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In order to make room for a large new line of Novelties, Clocks, Cut and Silverware, that have been ordered, we will For the Next 30 Days sell any and everything in our store ,’at GREATLY REDUuED PRICES. We do not i —y The very Cheapes* goods, but w do keep tlie VERY BEST IN OUR LINK. and we guarantee ilia our prices are as low as the lowest for the SAME QUALITY OF 000DS. Call and Look. You are Welcome* KENNON MOTT, Jeweler and Graduate Optician* Sit Newcastle street, latpeater of Walchea for Southern Railway. Time tiy Wire daily from Washington KEEFER OF THE CITY CLOCK*. What is Imagination ? Thinking you can buy anything in our iiae as cheap elsewhere hoie. You can’t do it—we’ll oonvinoe you If you’ll come and eee us. : : : : * : : We’re * ‘hooked up’’ to give you prompt service too. Fine Memorial Work, Hard Wood Mantles, Grate*, Tiling,! ron Fencing REED E. LaMANCE, Mgr -612 Monk Street. Waterman’s Ideal Fountain Pens —at— FLEMING & WAFF’S. i i Photographers Supplies Pine Ftatiowery CHRIS ARNHEITER, westein Bed, Pi, ini lion, FRESH VEGETASLES. FRESH GROCERIES FSEBH HOGS FRO ill THE COUNTRY. All goods sent out nice and clean". The beet of every thing for the model housewife. 207 Monk St. Plione 89 C. DOWNING, President. 12. 11. MASON, Vick-Piiksidknt. E. D. WAI.TEK, Cashier THE NATIONAL BANK OF BRUNSWICK, CAPITAL $150,000 LOANS—DISCOUNTS—EXCHANGE—COLLECTIONS. — —urnunsraoxß rcr. mi — Interest Allowed On Deposits in Dijailn tn Sl' Dili ICC' TOKh JOSEPH W. BENNET, C. DOWNING, ALBERT FENDIG, Judge Brunswick Circuit, CU Pres. Downing Cos. of Brobston, Fcndig&Co. W. G. BRANTLEY, E. H. MASON; E. D. WALTER, M. C. 11th Ga. Dist. of E. H Mason & Cos. Cashier. HENRY P, TALMADGE, Pres. Southern Pine Cos., New York "I to.. . If i* B plumbing work you want get everybody else's prices and tben come to me and say what you want to pay also make your own terms. 1 use none but the best material*—employ none bur plumbers who have served their nme at the trade, 1 give a written guarantee to keep plumbing in repair for two years, free of charge. I —l- E3XVi-CEEI FR „ Jla® Oldest and Only Reliable Plumber in Brunswick. Established I*Bs. THE BRUNSWICK. yi’IMES-C ALL, MARCH 9, 1901 where the minister, Viscount de Santo Thyreo, anti the viscountess have been entertaining Marquis de Souza, the cousin or tlie viscountess and a well known singer, now making a concert tour In the United States. An interest ing feature of the visit was the presen tation ?jy the viscountess of the two royal decorations which she recently brought from I’ortugal, by the favor of the king, to present to their common kinsman, who, iu addition to his rank as marquis and second cousin to the Photo by Clinedlnat, Washington. MISS MAKUAKICT COOPER, reigning sovereign, is made a member of tin* Royal Geographical society and commander of the Order of Christ. The insignia of the second order is a superb eross of rubies four inehesj long sur mounted by a crown of diamonds set In silver. The marquis lias been absent from Portugal more than a year, hence the conferring of his new honors in Washington, where he came purposely to receive them from tho liaml of his cousin. The pretty fight always preceding and connected with the annual meeting of the Daughters of the American Revolution, which will be held here next month, Is now fairly ! n nugurnted, the contest being for Ihe office of presi dent general of the society, In which the lines are almost as sharply drawn as they are iu a presidential campaign The principal candidates are Mrs. Washington A. Redding of New .ter sey. Mrs. Donald Mel.oau of New York, Mrs. Charles \V. Fairbanks of Indiana tnd Mis. Nebimali I). Sperry of Con necticut. Mrs. Fairbanks’ boom was •aunched, if I may use tlie term., at a recent reception given by Constitution council in this city. Speaking of booms reminds me of an Incident. Of course all tlie country knows that Senator Fairbanks of Indiana is being talked of as a presidential candidate in 1004. Ai Ic.i t it would seem as if all tin country knew it, because tlie senator's mail lias grown to alarming propor tions, and most of it relates to his sup po, ed aspirations, with suggestions of Photo by ClFrwllnrt, Washington. _ * . MISS M Al'l> oil AN. support from nil quarters. The other day, however, the climax caiue in the shape of a letter from a number of colored gentlemen in Hover, l)(jl., ask ing permission to organize a Fairbanks presidential club. The senator re sponded courteously to the letter, but suggested that the formation of clubs in his behalf was a little premature. your stomach after eating? If bo you will be benefited by using Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets. They also cure belching and sour stomach. They regulate the bowels too. Pi tee 25c. Sold by liishop's Drug Store. AGaodPrescripllDß ISO FOR 5 Cf.MTS jflj I AtDrugStores IT GIRDLES THE GLOBE. The fame of Buoklen’* Arnica Salve aa tbe best in tbe world, exiende round the eartb. It’s tbe one perfect bealer for cuts, corns, burns, bruises, sores, scalds, boils, uicers, felons, aches, pains and all skin eruptions. Only infallible pile cure. 20 cents a box at all druggists Call at J. W. Watkins’ on Bay itreet and have your matresees made to or der. For Croup use CHENEYS EXPECTORANT DAILY FASHION HINTS. 6196—Ladies’ Fancy Waist. 32, 34, 36, 38, 40 and 42 inch bust. 8205—Ladies’ Circular Skir: with Tucked Flounce. 22, 24, 26, 28, 30, 32, 34 inch waist, PLUMBING. Eirst*class plumbing done at reasonable prices. Repair work a specialty. Colson Hoyt, 216 Oglethorpe street ’Phone 180. Wlscopuln’s llulldlngr. Commissioners from V* isconsin, \v„ have charge of the exhibits from that state at the Pan-American Exposition, have selected a site fur the State build ing. About 20 acres have been set apart on the eastern side of the Exposition grounds for state and foreign build ings. The site chosen for the Wiscon sin building is nearly opposite the large buildings of the National government* Just south of one of the mirror lake* and south of the Olilo building. It will overlook the Esplanade, with Its won derful fountains and gardens, and a number of the large buildings will b In full view. The Wisconsin commis sion are Willard A. Van Brunt and George B. Burrows of Madison, B. H. Edwards of Lacrosse, Charles Reyn olds of Sturgeon Bay and George H. Yule of Kenosha. Wisconsin will spend 125.000 on bei building and exhibits at Buffalo. SHIP NOTICE. Neither the master, nor consignees of the Norwegian bark l.ongfellow, will be responsible for any debts comraeled by the crew of said bark, Svondsen, Master. SEIIP NOTICE. Neither the niastef nor consignees I of the Norwegian bsrk Agustina, will be responsible for any debts contracted by the crew of said bark. Jobaneeeen, Master. Stock of BRUNSWICK BOOK COMPANY Is being sold BELOW C9ST Stationery, Glassware, Pictures, Books, China. TO RENT— Odd large furnished room opposite Hanover Park. Apply Times-Call. Don’t forget that we make cotton matresses to order. Leave your orders at J. W. Watkins, 208 Bay street. iJust Received j 1 A complete line of j DECORATED CHINA j j Mira ! ( —and— ODd Dili PISH, ! | Only 10c. | Each j **** j GREENWOuD’S Sand 10c STORE-: 220 NEWCASTLE.ST. 8 Jiiewn. HAVE YOU SEEN Our New Spring Line of Pants? It will pay yoata call and investigate. To introduce them to you we are of fering some ex ceptional values at *. '. ’. SI.OO Per Pair. J.H.HELLER&BRO. 814 Newcastle St. STRAIGHT TALK -FOR STRAIGHT WHISKEY. Our whiskey is straight And our gauge is true. Did you ever see whiskey guaged? li’a an interest ing and instructive operation and we would like to have you oome in and see it done. Our gusge ia a marvelous little instrument and quickly telle if any impeifectiou exists. We use it to test of the liquors we sell and are there by enabled to guarantee their purity and standard. Our Barley Malt at sl.2s a quart, or Genuine Old Simp3on’s at 75c a quart goes as far again as any others. Goldsmith & Cos., ’Phone 194, 300 Gloucester Street. J. J. LIsSNER, * WHOLESALE Groceries, Tobacco, Flour, Bacon and Provisions, GRAIN, HAY AND BRAN / SPECIALTY. Ci 216 Bay "Street, Brunswick, Georgia. Furniture Safety See our prices for new and tasty designs in Carpets Matting and Rugs. CHINESE RESTAURANT ESTABLISHED' 1889. CHUE HALL, Proprietor You can get the best the market affords by eating her® 215 URANT W. H. BOWEN Ci cz> nr f=? ctor AINSO eUIUDER Of Stone? Brick and Frame Building. IT!2 manufacturer ot C Jtneut, Tile and Artificial Stone- PHONE 254-4 i# Sttc!i iH - When the liquids come from oar fctock. We oarry such a fine line Wines and Liquors * f * at a > 8 impossible to find a brsDd which is no pleasing in some point, @" \ These goods are fully matured, t; .ve a fire rich body and mellow voWwr//‘ > ‘$St •§ Excellent for family or anyinee, R- V- DOUGLAS. & 206 Bay Stred. Coney&Parker DEALERS iN Coal and Wood, Brick, Lime, Cement, Plaster, Hair, Shingles and Laths. Agents for Morris’ Brick, Phonelß 525 Bay St. Cream of Kentucky —Whiskey— sl.oo per quart. It is the best. DOUGLAS &) MORGAN. Agents. Brunswick, Ga; It isn’t wise to take a chance on a piece of “FURNITURE you want to be sure; when you purchased an article of us you always have have that comfortable sense of security that goes with just a few things that are the best— you cannot make a mistake here whatever you buy, low est possible price and money back if you’re not satisfied.