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worry you, don’t delay having them attended to for eyesight once gone, will never leturn Gall and we will examine your eyes and tell you what you need bREE, Then if you want glasses we will sell them to you. We have them from 25c per pair up, to very expensive ones. Call now- KENNON MOTT, O. D Graduate Outician -111 NIWOMtU SttMt, a,pnin o Watohei for Soathern Hallway. Tima by Wira dally from Waahligto. KKKPKU OF THE CITY. CLOCKS. Know Ye All. We are prepared to handle your business as quick as money can buy goods and railroads can haul ’em. HOW’S THAT FOR PROMPTNESS? Evembcdy Knows our Work and Prices are Satisfactory. Fine Memorial Work, Hard-wood Mantels, Grates, Tiling, Iron Fencing, etc- Come to see us. REED E, LaMANUE Mgr. 512 Monk street. STATE'FAIR! Conducted by the SAVANNAH FAIR ASSOCIATION UNDER THE AUSPICES OF Tie Georgia State Agricultural Society, At Savannah, Nov. 6 to 16, 1901. $15,000 IN PREMIUMS! And in Addition $5,000 Speed Ring Purses. Th is fair has for its object the development and promotion of Georgia’s Agricultural, Mechanical, Industrial and Domestic Resources ami should *<’d will have the practical support of tv. rjr county and every commun'ty *u the State In no othor way can our magnificent possibilities be so well introduced to the country to the world. FREE AMUSEMENT of a spteislly aitrat ive nature will he provided, and Savannah’s well known ablliij t > rxoell *'i! be ext-rted to fnrnlsb enjoyable entertainment to every visitor The Premium List is the most comprehensive and inviting ever offered exhibitors, ar>d with its numerous departments will prove very attrac tive to omu' etUi*e ambition. For copies of the Premium List or other information address A. B. MOORE, General Manager, or J. C, SIIAW, Seretary. Room 16 Board of Trade, Savannah, Ga. A Whiskey Of Quality, Adopted to all isj cases of indisposi tion requiring a stimulating tonic, jgjjig Guaranteed and s °ld only by 3bt(lrmore> MM ■, (£>f<. emtt. Cunt. THE BRUNSWICK fIMES-CALL, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 24. IBUI PERSONAL MENTION ITEMS OF INTEREST CONCERNING BRUNSWICKIANS AND THEIR FRIENDS FROM LOCAL AND OTHER SOURCES. Col, E, D. Graham, formerly of Bax ter now of Mcßae, la spending a short time here with friends. Col. I. C. Wade returned to Atlanta last night after a two days stay here in whioh he added many to his eoore of acquaintances. Representative W. F. Symons is in Atlanta attending to his legislative duties. Rev. J.J, P. Perry has returned to Brnnswiok from a few weeks visit to his old home in Ireland. Mr Perry enjoyed his visit very much and wa* oonsiderabiy improved by it. At the Oglethorpe Yesterday.. T Minehan A U Robinson, wl*iam Brown, J A Maddox, Atlanta; Geo 8 Banket, Boston; O M Gilbert, Sivan ■an ;J C Miicbsi), M Brown, Charles ton ; W F Coweb-, C 8 Dickenson, New York; M HConueily, Jacksonville; Rev R E Neighbor, Americas; WE Hixon, Lumber City; J H White, Washington, D C; J H MoCleary, Riohmond; T J C Parks, Macon; J Francis Miller, Agt Wan ed a Friend; Wright Campbell, Mcßte; C C John son, Columbus; H H Cheatham una wife, Darien; 0 G Kinda'l, Atlantt ; Wm Fos’er, Maoon; AT Guy, Dan ville, Va; Henry 1, Wail, New York: W M McClellan, Penaso-la: Ge rge H Gray, Dayton; P J Yoong. Maoon; Brooke French, New York; W S Bull, Albany; C E Hooper, Charlotte, N C; J W Thomas, Savannah; J 8 Lane, Darien. MISS EASTWICK PLEAD GUILTY. Sentence Postponed to Allow of Inquiry As to Her Sanity. London, Oot, 23—Maria Josephine Eastwiok, he you 11 „ Philadelphia woman who was committed Oot. 1 in the Guild Hall police court for trial at the Old Bailey on a charge of having forged a railroad certificate 10 the value of £IO,OOO, was arraigned today end plead guilty. Sentence was postponed until the next s.-ssion of court in order to allow an examination to be made as 1 * to the prisoner’s sanpy, O INTEREST GROWING. Evangelist Neighbor Arrives and Conducts the Services. Rev. Mr. Neighbor made a very fa vorable impression at the Baptist ohurch last night. His sermon was dear, strong and convincing. He will preach three times daily at 10 a. m., 3 p. tn. and 7:30 p m . Everybody cordially invited. NOTICE We are r< presenting the Glsdj’s Oil Company of Galveaton, Texas, and offer (took of said company for sale Thia oompaoy ban at Its disposal forty thousand barrels of oil per day and have arranged to ship their oil to all parte of the globe. W. C, Jone\ mayo, of Galveston, ie one of tbe directors of this company besides other prominent gentlemen. Also refer to Bradsireet’s and Duun’e agencies. Soares wilPbe offered at TOo for a limited time. . L. J. Leavy & Cos. Proipeotus can be seen by calling on us. Portable Gra'es. Reed E LsMance Manager. For Croup use CHEN EY’S EXPECTORANT. HAMLET IS ON TONIGHT CRESTON CLARKE AND HIS CAPABLE COMPANY WILL BE GREETED BY LARGE HOUSE. The appearance here tonight of Cres ton Clarke and his cipable company in a superb presentation of “Hsmlel” will bring out a large audience at the Grand. I* is one of the fi-iest. attractor* book* and for <he season and the ea . o' se;ts to anda v e has beau extraordinarily large. appreciate a first class play and when properly pre sented there is nothing better than “Ham'etTee representation of Oes ton Clarke is so thoroughly established that he needs no introduction to firm s wiok theater goers and they will give him a warm welooins. A truly worthy Soakspsarean pro duction is an event of importance in current dramatic affairs; and this event mav be properly antic pa'ed in tbeen gagement of this oompany, Every detail connected with ths per formance is, it is claimed, arranged and provided for on a soale of excellence ordinarily to be found only in notable metropolitan productions. Mr. Clarke himself is one of the very few Ameri can actors endowed by ca ure and flu ted by training and eucce sful experi ei ceto p irtray the grand roles of the master-dramatist of the world- “Ham ie.’ is. in the eetimv.iou of most lovers of Shakespeare, his greatest work, and Mr. Ciarkc e Interprets'ion of the title role is regarded by many of bis admir ers as his masterpiece, Ta members of the large company that support Mr Clarke this season have been selected with special regard fer tbeir fitness to sustain the parts as signed them in “Ham'et,” wbioh will be presented on the oarrent tcur more frequently than any other play in the large repertoire whioh Mr. Clarke pre sents. The special scenery, accessories and stage mountings provided by the Clarke orgadlzation are announced as adequate and complete, and the pro duction may be relied upon to prove tborougnly enjoyable to all who ap preciate the highest and best in dram atic ert. Caleb Powers’ Case. Georgetown, Ky., Oot. 23—The trial of Caleb Powers was resumed today. It has been discovered by counsel for the commonwealth that of the jarors trying tbe css3 was a schoolmate of the defendant and was in tbe sum? class with him for three years at the Ken tuaky University, George L. Dan f jrtb was the first, witness today. Notice Of Local Legislation. There will be introduced at the ses sion of tbe legislature conveuing Oot. 23, 1001, a bill entitled “An Act to Amend tbe Charter of the City of B: unswiok and for other purpotes,” Biunswick. Ga., Oot. 22, 1901. Get Pan Cake flour fresh at Harper’s, phone 158. A FEW SPECIALS, NjW Buokwbea r , New Fiag Jack Flou", Now Whole Wheat Flour. Now Grabsm Flour. Fresh Oyster Crscker*, Fresh Grader Dost, Fresh Champaigns Waferi. Fresh Seeded Raison*, Freeh Seeded Currants. Florida Oranges, Ohoioe Apples, Cpe Cod Cranberries, Fresh Celery. HARPER Phone 158. The Grooer, Cape Cod cranberries just in at Harper’s, the Grocer. SOMETHING GOOD IC EOT AT Mm's uni i ins he Aside of a general line of Groceries we in stock constantly receiving fresh on ice every Monday the following specialties: Meats. Postrama or Spiced Beef, Smoked Beef, Smoked Tongues, Boiled Corned Beef, Smoked Roulate, Sausages. Frankfurter’s or Wiener’s, Liver sausage and Goose Liver sausage, Ring sausage, Big Bolongna sausage, Salami sausage and Cervelat, Gefnelte Flanklen, Beef Fat in cans [pure) Fish. Smokd saimon, Smoked sturgedh, Lobsters, Smoked white fish. Smoked eel, Smoked halibut. Holland Herring Anchovis, Russian s-rdines, Sardellen, Sardines in Tomatoes, Mushrooms and Oil No. 1 Sait Mackerel. Cheese. Imported and Domestic Swiss, Fromage de Brie, Muenster, Newchatel. Philad cream, Rosquefori, Limburger, Hand cheese, Edam, Pineapple. W@ snail be delighted to have *ou call in and see the var e y < f ?ood things we carry in Once purchased always a cust'im.r W-> o free of ohtrge anywhere in the cicv, and guarantee satisfaction on every h ug bought. Give us a cHi and be convinced, Nussbaum’s Grocery and Delicatessen Store. Phone 257-3 303 Newcastle Street. Next to Telegraph Offli’. Eastman's Kodaks, Big Supply Just Received, Anew stock of Pocket Cutlery, Scissors and Razors. Call and examine before buying. FLEMING & WAEF’S, AGEN TS —Remington Typewriters, J, J. LXSSNER, WHOLESALE Groceries, Tobacco, Flour, Bacon and Provisions, GRAIN, HAY AND BRAN A SPECIALTY 216 Bay Street, Brunswick, Georgia Chinese restaurant EBTBLIBHED 1889. CHUE HALL, Proprietor You can get the best the market affords by eating her* 315 v#**.AJN r T aar* . P S. —Orders taken for O. K* Laundry "■“if CERTAINLY IS GOOD. ’ The Famous — s Cream ot Kentucky Whiskey- Try it, and You Will Agree With Us. It cost 25c a half pint, 60c a pint, and fi-lO per quart, and is sold in Brunswick, only by DOUGLAS & MORGAN, I. TRAGEH & O , Distillers, Offices Cincinnati, Ohio, U. S, A.