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CUT GLASS, or SOLID SILVER, or FRECNH CHINA for a "Wedding Present, call on KENNOIi MOTT, O. D. Graduate Onticiaa- Iti N.wcmtl. Street, ispeotO' 0 Welcbt'S for Southern Kitiwi;. Tims if WirJ Itly from WasMugtoa JIKKPKU OF THE CiITY CLOUK9. SCHOOL BOOKS. Everything in the School Book line at FLEMING & WAFF’S, Fop CASH Only. SAV?‘ Beniamin Franklin One© Said “7 only need to visit tbe grave yard of a community to know the earacter of the people.” Is Yrur Lot Creditable We car: help you. We design and exes cute anything from the simple grave mark to the moat elaborate monument cr mans (oleum. For High Grade Work- SWe can save you money. Come and see ns is all we ask. REED LaMANUE Mgr. 512 Monk Street. J. J. LIsSNER, X WHOLKBAIIE Groceries, Tobacco, Flour, Bacon and Provisions, GRAIN, HAY AND BRAN / SPECIALTY 216 Bay Street. Brunswick, Georgia. 0. DOWNING, President. K. H. MASON, Viob-pkksidkrt. E. D. WALTER, cashier THE NATIONAL BANK OF BRUNSWICK, CAPITA!* $150,000. LOANS- DISCOUNTS-EXCHANGE- COLLECTIONS, -——SAFE DEPOSIT BOSES FOR ml Interest Allowed On Deposits in Savings Department DIMKCTOKH * JOSEPH W. BKNNKT, C. DOWNING, ALBERT FENDIG, Judge Brunswick Circuit, l’res. Downing Cos, of Brobstou, Fendig&Co W. G. BRANTLEY, E. H. MASON; K. D. WALTER, M. C. 11th Ga. Dist. . of E. 11. Mason <ft Cos. Cashier lIKNRY I’, TALMADGK, I’rcs. Southern I’ine Cos., New York A Whiskey Of Quality, Adopted to all pi cases of indisposi- Ation requiring a |p|l| stimulating tonic. Hip Guaranteed and ,fy( sold only by Skiitmerc IBIS WISH, •£''/< : BlSlitl, til*. THE BRUNSWICK TIMEB CALL THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 1901 LAYING IRON ON BAY ST. BIRMINGHAM PEOPLE ARE NOW COMING DOWN TOWARDS THE UNION DEPOT. The Bruns vick and Birmingham peop e begaa Tuisdar laying tract on Bay street and rumor has it that they will rua trains all around the city be fore tbe end of this week They bava completed tr ck laying to ihur and ep water fron’a/e and t re g-adual.y draw ing in the line, between themselves and tbe Union d-po\ Every Indications point to a steaoy going forward of the 8. &B, work ad their semi—monthly pay dty* make a big difference in the looil merchant's oa h retdp s. I IIS! GIH Ijn HIT Too Brunswick and B rminghim railroad will iun the last SI,OO round t ip excursion rate to S.vannah on Sunday next. This is tbe last ohanoe to go on these Sunday excursions until next summer and that is eight montba off. Tbe new rout* has proven popular and many will no doubt go. TO DARIEN TO DAY. Brunswick’s Baseball Team Will Run An Excursion. Tbe Naval Reserve baseball team w>U go to Darien today and tbia afternoon will play ball with the team of that place. For the trip the steamer Howland baa and will lelve tbe Ilessie dook at Sa. m. Returning tbe Howland will leave Darien at 6 p. m reaching here about 10 o’clook. A grid crowd is expected to go with tbe boys and a Hue time is anticipated by all. The line up for the game on the Brunswick side is as fellows: Hardy, oatcb. Hunter, Pitoh and left field. Abbott, first base. Nightingale, second base. K. Mallard, third base. Hoyt, short stop. Walker, left field and pitoh. S. Mallard, right field, G lden, center fie and. Koinaine MoCullougb, umpire. E. Miller, manager.* To Handle Musical Goods. M r s. Fleming & Writ have decid'd to engage in the business of selling musical Instruments and arc adding piancs, etc., to their Urge stook of stationery and farcy goods. This is a live and suooeeefol firm. Waiting on the Weather Owing to the prevailing winds snd wea<her a numbar of veisels aee bold, ing off satlinr. AI. rge fl*et b due to arrive also and they are doub less wait ing for a favorable chance to oorao in. Building New Houses. Mr, R. K. Hopkins i, building four new houssa on tbs lot next to tbe A T Putnam bou-e on Union street, Two face oa Ui i in alr-ef aod will be orna* tnaucs to ttia* part of tbe oity, IS o strike is are employed at Jim Car ter>. Your ololhes are properly treat ed wben sent to b in. RICE STRAW FOR SALE. Baled rices'raw delivered to Bruns wick at seven dollars ($7,00) per ton in lots of five tons or more. Six dollars ($0 00) per ton on plantation in lots of one ton or more, TOORGANIZE FINE CLUB MOVE ON FOOT TO ESTABLISH AN ELEGANT AFFAIR ON ST. SIMONS ISLAND IN NEAR FUTURE. It is rumored on gord authority that anew g,ro<* and plea-ure olub has been organized and will shortly be incorpo rated under the title of tbe “St. Simons Club. ’ This irotltution will buy five are* of ground on St. Simons at and spend much money in club buildings and beautifying it Tbe olub has wealthy men at its back and a well known looal attorney is looking up the titles. C* HAVE YOU EVER - Tried phone 252-2 as a clothes oleanei? The greit Black Patti Troubadours are to appear at tbe Grand opera house Friday, 27 r h Instant. Those wbo are fortunate to be able to attend tbe performance may confident ly anttoipate a genuine treat. The company is, without exception, one of tbe beat of Its kind organised In thisor any other country. Tbe two soore art ists wbo comprise tbe oompauy have been selected with rare judgment and they offer superb support to Black Patti, wbo ranks among tbe great sing ers of tte day. The perfcrmaooe they render inoludea comedy, vaudeville and opera, pre sents with magnificent and oostly costumes and appropriate scenery. All the popular darkey songs and buok dances are introduced in the first part sketch—“A Filipino Mis-Fir," Tne great oparatio olio and a beautiful voosl arrangement called “Songs of Dixie” in which Black Patti and her glorioua voice are important faotors. There are ten big acts in the olio, in cluding monologues by John Rucker, the Alabama Blossom, and specialties by the Stokes trio of whirlwind datvc ers and singers; Maok Allen, wire wonder; Ver Valins, musical wizard, and others. A grand champion oake walk contest open to all oomers will b ■ a special event. Many looal cake walk ers have entered to oompere against the Bisok Patti oake walkers for valuable gold medals. The audience is to judge the merits of the cmtea'ants and an exoiting oake walk is assured. Entire upper fioor reserved for ool ored people. Prices— 50 and 75i all over the bouse. SPECIAL RATES VIA SOUTHERN RAILWAY, To Buffalo, N.Y., and retnro, tiok ets good for twenty days from date of for round trip. San rancisoo,Cal.,and return $64.25 for the rouud trip. Tickets on tale September IS to 26tb ino usive. Final limit November 15. Atlanta, Gs., ard return one fare for the round trip Tickets on sale Octo ber 8 to 26tb, inc'usive. Final liml Ootober 29. Macon, Ga., and return, one fare for round trip. Tlokete on sale October 20(025'.b, inclusive. Final l mit No vember Ist. Savannah, Gs , and re'urn Fo- in dividuals, one fare for round trip For military companies, bras, bands in uniform, twenty or more oo 0111 ticket $1 00 for round trip, Ticaets on sale November 4. to 15th, inclusive, final limii November 18 To Minneapolle, Mine,, and return, one fare for tbe .round trip. Tickets will be on sale Octob-r 7* 8, 10, 12 ; with final limit October 21, 1901. C. L. Chandler, General Agent. PRESSING AND DYING Done properly by Jim Carter. Pbore •262-2. Mr. F. D. Arnold, Arnold, la., writes: He was troubled with kidney diseases about three years. Had to get up several times during the night but three bottles ot Foley's Kidney Cure effected a complete cure, he (eels better than b< ever did and recommends it to hie friends. W J. Butta. Enough Said it A shipment of ‘CLover Hill” butter just in Fresh pure pork sausages just in, 12 l-2c per pound. Phone 158. Astonishing Are the prices we are now selling Dry (roods and Notions. We Have Bargains Every Bay. Mrs. fl. Isaac. The Dry Goods Leader, 208—208 1-2 Mewcastia, St. Ooney & Parker DEALERS IN Coal and Wood, Brick, Lime, Cement, Plaster, Hair, Shingles and Laths. Agents foiMoriis’ Brick. Phone 18 525 BavSt. "IT CERTAINLY IS GOOD.” - The Famous ■ Cream of Kentucky Whiskey* Try it, and You Will Agree With Us. It cost 25c a half pint, 50c a pint, and sl.oo per quart, and is sold in Brunswick, only by DOUGLAS & MORGAN. I. TRACEK & CO , Distillers, Offices Cincinnati, Ohio, USA. mrnm CORNER of E and J STS., —Will open— May, Sept. 300,1901. TUITION: Primary Grades, per month Ji.oo Grammar “ “ “ l ?5 High School “ “ 1.50 MISSHALLIF. C. BRoBSTON. Teacher, REV. C. G. BRADLEY, Warden. fe are Sole Agents For the F-AIVIOL-IS Hoffman House Bouquet, Hoffmanettes. Hoffman House Juniors, and Hcffmanette Junior cigars B. Borcharat & Co-, Who’esale Grocers and Produce. Don’t you Think It is about time now to to take out your Storm Insurance Plenty of bad weather all around us. It may be our turn next. Be sure—Don’t be sorry Mm & Goodyear, General Insurance Agents. Phone 134-3.