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BRUNSWICK, GEORGIA, WEDNESDAY MORNING., APRIL 21, 1875.
BHU5ISWICK ADVERTISER, j COOK BROS. & CO., j • L <t v e r t i s c m e n t s
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T. GOULDING STACY.
C. P. GOODYEAR.
F. H. HARRIS
GOODYEAR &, HARRIS,
Attorneys at Law,
O FFICE—Corner Newcastle and
Gloucester streets,—over Drug
Store of J. S. Blain & Co. Practice
in all counties of the Brunswick Cir
cuit and the city of Darien, Ga. '
T. E. Davenport,
ATTORNEY AT LA W,
W ILL practice in all the Courts of
the Brunswick Circuit, Of
SMITH and DEXTER’S
Building, Newcastle street,
Darien via. No. 1., M. & B. R. R.
H ACKS always on hand to carry
passengers to and from Railroad.
Comfortable lodgings for passengers
with G. S. WASHINGTON,
mar. 24-ly. Pt’r of the Line.
D O you wont a splendid BOOT or SHOE made
to ORDER, with
PERFECT FIT . -
guaranteed V Then call on
mar. 24-ly. D. A MOORE.
BURR WIN TON,
P LANS and specifications furnished
on short notice. Will contract to
erect Buildings in
Also superintend Buildings at reason
able prices. mflr
Lime For Sale.
LIME IS GOOD
Allgwf -ca * C. iTclBUrer•
tuarTaWy. T B*ux*wick, Ua.J,
J. F. NELSON,
Ship Stores, Ac.,
Manufacturers and Shippers of
YELLOW PINE LUMBER.
, (Bay St.,) Brunswick, Ga.
D. T. DOTjNT,
BANKER and BROKER.
B UYS and SELLS exchange on'New
York, Savannah, Boston and Phil
LOWEST MARKET RATES.
Buys and sells Gold, Silver and Com
mercial Paper. Interest allowed on
SPECIAL DEPOSITS. Collections
promptly attended to and business so
licited. mar. 24-ly.
J. ,M. DEXTEK,
iatifew ami §wte,
Insurance, Real Estate and.
Special attention given to
collection of drafts and ac-
,_ Tw . counts; remittances
pi uinptiy made- -
New York Exchange.
G. FRIEDLAHDEE & CO.,
Staple and Fancy Dry Goods.
Wholesale and Retail Di
CLOTHING, BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, AND
* BOOTS And SHOES,
of all descriptions
Very Low Figures.
fiSsf*Uive us a cad. *“<£at
,UR entire stock
OU8E To LET.
The Comfortable FIVE BOOM HOUSE, formerly
occupied by Dr. E. J. FERGUSON, in complete
order. BENT LOW. Apply to | li
»pr-l«4t. J- M. DEXTER.
Envelopes, Pens, etc.,
CROCKERY, GLASS-WARE, PLATED-
WABE, TOYS, BASKETS, CHIL
DREN’S CHAIRS, CUTLERY,
lamps, ana other ar
ticles too numer-
oii8 to men
are offered at
but only for the cash. Call at once
at NEWS DEPOT,
and secures bargains.
G. A DURE, & CO.,
mar. 24-tf. .
In response to the numerous appeals
of friends, fora larger sheet, we issue,
this week, the Advertiser twice its
original size. In doing so wediavo
had recourse to the practice, now quite
prevalent, of having one side of each
paper printed elsewhere. These‘Ready
Prints’ are quite a saving to newspa
per men—enabling them to issue a
sheet twice the usual size at a very
little additional cost, j The reading
matter, print and general make up of
the same, being such as to recommend
itself to almost any one. Some object
to these “patent insides”—to such we
say: we do you no wrong, we only
give you so much extra reading mat
ter for the same amount of money.
Hereafter we shall print no misce'-
laneous matter at all, bat. devote our
entire space (1st and. 4th pages) to
original matter, thus making our pi -
per more attractive. In addition to
our present increased size we promise
to double again just so soon as we feel
warranted in doing so.
We aim to make the Advbbtiser all
that can be desired, and only ask of
ova friends their hearty support, and
of our enemies— if we have such ‘things’
—to keep their months shut. One
more request: croakers get out of the
way—you clog the wheels of progress
and throw a damper on everything
that savors of life.
Presuming our readers are inter
ested in the workings of our schools,
we take the liberty of using a portion
of our space in this direction, l>y way
of posting our people on this sub
At a recent meeting of the Board of
Trustees, corporal punishment was
abolished in tho schools, and teachers
instructed to report all misdemeanors
direot to the parents themselves, and
in case this should fail to have the de
sired effect the County School Com
missioner was instructed to suspend
all such unruly ones, thereby ridding
the schools of that element calculated
to do them only injury. In order to
carry out the present plan successfully
it must meet with the hearty support
and co-operation of all concerned.
Teachers must report promptly; pa
rents must punish the guilty ones at
home, and lastly, but surely, the Trus
tees must show thfeir earnest approval
of the whole plan by visiting the
schools often and thereby show the
children that they have an eye upon
them. If these three requisites are
adhered to. as they should be. «H
will be well, otherwise we fear the nUf
regime will have to lie resumed.
We have brought this matter thus
prominently before the patrons of the
schools in order that they may realize
its f ill import and act with the light
Missouri State receives wolf scalp
in payment of taxes .at $5 apiece, r a 4 R
took' in last year only 6000. «*£
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