aponaible for any dcbta a
Portuguese bark Laura I
Branawick, December Mat, tmT
W. McKAY. Principal,
TO #11 whnsn <4 aura
W.Roberta and w7'w.'watk|nebava
me, aaexaoutonof tha aetata of Joseph
to call the property of
Mid estate, and I willpaaa upon theuldapplication
Ordinary Glynn dounty, Gao
Glynn Oonnty Sheriff Sales.
Fint Tuesday in February, 1882.
Will be aold before the Court Homo door, in the
cry. to tbs bigheat and beet bidder, the following
described property, to-wit:
The tniprovamenta in the one-fifth of that eertaln
anddaecribad^in the plan of raid city, afl Town
Comm one block, between P and Gloucester atreeta,
and Btondwnll atreet and Coehran Arenue, known
property of E M. Bailey under and by virtneof two
tax 11 flu, leaned by R. M. TUon, lb* Collector of
Glynn county, re. E. M. Bailey, for taxee dne the
State of Georgia end Glynn county for the yaar 1880,
Amount taxee dne, 88 93; cote 87 TO.
Will be told before the court bona# door In tba
city of Brnnawlck, Glynn oonnty, Ga., on tba first
Tuesday in February, 1881 between 10 o’clock a. u.
and«o’clockr.w„ Ofthatday. at pnbllo outcry to
the highest and beat bidder, tba following property
All that eertaln lot of land and Improvements
Levied on an toe property of J. E. Dart, trustee, un
der and by virtue of two tax 11 faa baaed by B. M.
Tlaon, Tax Collector of Glynn county, against J. X.
Dart, trustee, for taxee due the State of Georgia sod
Glynn oonnty for the year 1880.
Amount Use# due, |7S Id; cote, fT TO.
JOSEPH C, LAMB RIGHT, Sheriff O. a, Ca.
Will be sold before tba Con
city of Brnnawlck, Glynn county, ueorgw, on toe
first Tuesday In February. 1N83, between 10 o’clock
a. h. and 4 o’clock r. m. of that day, at public out
cry, to toe blgbete and beat bidder, toe following
property, to* wit:
The eastern one-«lxth (and lmprovamaota there
on) of that certain lot of laud in toe city of Bruns
wick, Glynn county, Georgia, knpwn and described
In the pUn of seld city ae Old Town lot number six
ty-one (8i). Levied on under sod by virtue of two
Ux fl fas teaned by R. It. Tlaon, Tax Collector of
Sheriff O. C. Ga.
Will be sold before the court house door In the
city of Brunswick, Qlynn county, On., on the first
Tuesday in February, 1889, between 10 o’clock a. u.
and 4 o'clock r. u. of that day. at public outcry to
tba blgbaat and beat bidder Urn following described
The wee tern one-half (and Improvements thereon)
of that certson lot ol land situate, lying sod being
In the city of Brunswick, Glynn oouaty. Georgia,
known and described In tba plan of aald city sa 014
> hundred nod eighty-nine
W, J. WUlli
Town lot nnmber one I
(189). Levied os as the property of W.
under and by virtue ol two tax fl tea u»u«** —
M. Tlaon, TAx Collector of Glynn county, against
W. J. William*. for Uxee due the 8tato of Georgia
and Glynn oonnty for tbe year 1880, to satlafy tba
aaldflfoa. Amount tax.. dj^SMBRlbfir
Sheriff G. CO- Ga.
Will be aold before tbe Co
city of Brunawlok, Olynn cc—..
first Tuesday in Febraary, 1888, between the bonre
of 10 o’clock a. m. and 4 o'clock r. x. of that day. at
public outcry, to tba blgbaat and beet bidder, toe
following described property, to-wit:
All that oertaln tract or parcel of lead, pod im-
S rovemente thereon. situate, lying and being in the
itb District Q. M„ Glynn county, Georgia, contain-
log one hundred and fifty acres, more or l«ea, and
known as to# Jointer Isiaod. Levied on under aad
by virtue of two tax fl foe leaned by K. M. T:eon,
Tax Collector of Glynn county, agalnat to# saute
of B. F. Wtlllama, for taxes due toe state of Gec£
gU and Glynn oonnty for toe year 1880, to settafr
toe said fl foe. Amount taxee dne |7 00; cote 87 TO.
JOB. X. LAMB MIGHT, Mberiff O. C„ Oa.
GEOROIA—Otnm County. . , „
Will be sold before tbe eourt boose door In tbe
city of Brunswick. Glynn county. Oeorgta, btew—
toe bonre of ten o'clock a. u. aad four o'clock r.
on toe first Tuesday In February, 1889, to tba W.
eat aad beet bidder tba following deaarlbad prop-
* r i5i *°- wl *
Sdi'fttifer md Appeal.
AT BBUVSWIGK. GEORGIA.
BATPRDAT MPBKIKQ, DEOXMBEB 8L?86L
Pom OSes Time Table,
General Delivery opens 840 A. K.; closes 8A)P4I.
^ Better and Mousy Order Bnatneas opens 840 a.
timi OF CL08IKQTHX Mails.
B. k A. Ball doses 8:11 a. u.
M. * B. mall eloaaa 040 a. n.
Savannah, Macon and Dnrtan through pouches
dose at TOO r,M*
Christmas headaches have
I that certain lot or p
it of kBd.aad Improve
rict G. M.. Olmn oonnty, Georgia, on at, «•
a Island, containing fifteen acres, more or leee,
bounded on toe north by lands of Chapman, on
- ‘ r hat la know-
the south by lands of Mlmms, east by what is known
as the church lot, and was* *■“ —
levied ou as too property
der and by virtue ol
Tlaon, Tax Collector ef Glynn county, agalnat
the said fifosT Amount tea doe,'88 88; sate IT TO."
JOB. B. LAMBR1QHT, Mberiff Q. C.. Os.
> GEORGIA—Glynn County.
Will b*aold before toe Court House door, in the
city of Brunswick. Glynn county, Oeonie, ou the
‘ first Tasedsy In February, 18«, betweenToVstortt
a, m. and four o'doc*- * *
outcry, to toe highest
tag property, to-wlt:
All that tract or pai—---- - -----
theroou situate lying and being In the
o. M„ Olynn county, Ga., eoutalniag i
acres, and bounded on the Mortb and East by
of J. P. Lamb, on the Booth by tends of J. C. Ay on.
and Wset by laads of T. J. Higginbotham, and
— -•— Letted
known as tbe Frank Higginbotham place. Levied
on as tbe property of F?8. HlggtebotoM under end
by virtue of two tax fi foe Issued by M. M. Tieeu,
- • f Olynn oonnty. against F.U.H!g«ln-
•e dne the State ofOeorgU and Olynn
ysar 1180, to satisfy aald fl foe.
Tax Collector of Glynn
botbam tor taxes * -
county for tbe
’, Sheriff G. O. Ga.
Will b. .old Mon lb. Ctrl Ho., door. In lb,
dly of Broil,wick, Qljnn count,. G,.i!nth, Orel
TnMd., In F.bnmj. 1WI. Iwtwrrn un ..’clocb *.
it. ud l o’clock m. ol But 0*j. to lb, blfbMt
ud but bidder, lb, lellowtn,prof nr. In-wlti
TboM t.o eertkln lot, oT lend wllk lmpro.em.nU
thereon, nllnaU I,In, Hi bUn, In lb. cMol
Brnnawlck, Olynn conn!,, On., wlbnown art dn.
■crowd, In IlmpUn of reU dip, re New Town lore
No.. BU ind Hi. Url^ on H lb. prepare, o< J.
8. Morel* nnder ud by virtue of two ux , ire, re
ined b. In. A. IHnre, former Tin OtfreHr o,
Ol,on connir. wire J. a. Hnreu, tu unre dot Uu
Bui. of (HoMln nnd 01,no cownt, tor lb. ,rer tin,
Th. uld 81.0 wren trenatorred to In. 0. Breb,
and procredinn IreUtnUd brbtm.
Principal. It- MI ore I. ,7 70.
JUBKPB t LAMBUOHT, HbnUT, 0.0. Ok-
Db. R J. MASSEY. Prop’s,
ST.81HON8 HILLS, - GEORGIA.
Having established comfortable quartan, will
car# for sick end wounded seamen requiring hospi
tal treatment Special attention to the wants of
foreign shipping. Free transportation to nnd from
Brunswick furnished patients. deefAU
and Van or all Kind-, and .1*
RICHMOND SL, BRUNSWICK.
4 Notice te hereby gfvea to SB parties concerned
that Mary A. DuMgwm, as administratrix of FaUte-
D i Bignoa. deceaaed. has filed In tots tee Ordina
ry's Court of Glynn county, Oeorgla, her petlttoa
for final dischurge as sneb administratrix, aad you
And each of you ara beraby notified to file la this
coart objprtfoae. If any >on have to such discharge,
by cr tofure the first Moudaj In March 1888.
XUis December i, laai. xdgau p. dart,
more or less prevalent tbe past week.
Mrs. Horace Dart bas sent ns this
week tbe lnrgeet potatoes of tbe
eon. Tbe; are rodgb looking speci
Mr. J. 5. Nathans, ’formerly editor
of tbe Appeal, and bis brother Ad, of
New. York, are in tbe city visiting rel
Among tbe novoltiee in town ia tbe
new lebide of Mr. LeBaron Drnry.
It is different from anything we have
As tbe time for tbe election of city
officers approaches, candidates grow
nnmerons. What a pity there are
not more places to be filled.
We are requested to itate that Rev.
H. B. Treadwell will preach a New
Year scrinou at Taylor's Cbapel, to
morrow (Sunday) at eleven a. x.
Mr. It. L. Weed has jnst reoeived a
fine assortment of extra fine candies
and choice cigars. His "Monitor"
brand of tbe latter article are extra
fine. Try them,
Rev. W. F. Lloyd, pastor in charge
of the Methodist chnrch of tbit city
for 1882, arrived on Thursday last,
and will fill bis pulpit to-morrow
morning nnd evening:
Tbe Jump Sentinel calls iondly for
freight and passenger depot bnild-
ing nt that point. Tbe present ar
rangements are certainly very poorly
contrived for tbe comfort of passon-
When a yonng man wendiug bis
way borne at a late hoar, meets s tree
suddenly, to tbe detriment of bis own
proboscis, and then apologizes to suid
tree for tbns rudely meeting it, wbat
tbe natural inference ?
To-day is tbe last of the old year.
1881 and all it« records ond to-day.
If we have doue good, well; if not, it
too late now to nndo. Let the rec
ords of 1882 be steps forward, so that
its close we Bboll feel 'tie well.
Jnne 1st is the time set by the en
gineers on tbe M. A B. Atlanta exten
sion to rnn tbe first tbrongli train.—
That will be a big day in Atlanta.—
Sneb an event will call for loud dem
onstrations, We hope to bo there.
Tbe jollies!, bappiost crow we have
seen this Christinas was a wagon load
of littlo children in charge of oar clev
er express agent, Mr. Carswell. He
filled bis express wagon even fall of
tbo little innoceots and gave them
Id jnatiee to Captain Smith, of tbe
brig Valero that lost her rodder last
week on onr bar, we would etsto that
onr correspondent was in error abont
tbo Captain’s trying to come in with
out a pilot, as stated last week, as pi
lot Cinbb boarded her very soon af
ter sbe struck.
It always makes ns feel prond of
onr town whenever ire have racing—
either boat or horse, for everybudy
seems to bo rich, and none ashamed
to abow their cash. We always foci
rieb when wo seo money around so
plentifully, even if onr own exchequer
A survey was bold on Saturday last
by the board of Port Wurdeua on the
British brig Valero, Captain Smith,
which vessel was recently ashore on
tbo north breakers. Tbe resnlt of the
snrvey is unknown. Wo learn that a
second Surrey will be held shortly,
wbieb will determine wbat is to be
done with tbo vessel.
Mr. Tremaine concluded on Thurs
day night bia mn-pictnre illustrations,
bnt by reqnest of a number of citizens
remained and on last evening gave
another of bis entertainments. Our
people have shown their appreciation
of bis exhibitions by giving him full
houses to tbe last. He goes beoce to
We take pleasure in calling atten
tion of parties wishing to attend a
bneiness college to tbe advertisement
of Win. McKay, Esq., of Macon. Mr.
McKay is no stranger to uisnr of onr
people, wbu are tlmrongbly aware of
bis ability as sn accountant. We
know of uo one better qualified to in
struct tbose wishing to secure a thor
ough business edneatiou.
Mr. R. A Tarver, agent of tbe E.
T., V. & Q. Railroad at this place,
baa been transferred to Macon, and
will hereafter fill tbe same position at
that point We bnt express the feel
ings of many when me any we regret
to part with biiu. Our loss wilt be
Macon's gain. Mr. John L. Brown,
of Montgomery, Ala.', will take Mr.
Tarver’s place -licit. We bid him
The Pony Raooa.
The Agricnltnral Society folks va
ried tbe Chriitmai holidays by a lit
tle pony racing on tbe 27tb and 28th
Tbe Fair Grounds were closed for
tbose days, and tba pnbllo invited to
enter through the little gate, where
could be seen the genial faee of onr
friend Willie Way, who collected only
a quarter of each and every one anx-
ions to view tbe rnoiog. Although
bnt- ponies, tbe. exeitement got np
pretty high, and they do say that bets
were made. Below we give tbe resnlt
of tbe two days* sport, aa furnished
os by one of the judges:
TUESDAY, DECEMBER 27tb.
FIRST RACE, 200 TARDS.
Bay mare “Baby” (Pntnam) 1
Sorrel mare “Pet” (Lamb) 2
Bay bores “Charlie" (Tison) 8
SECOND RACE, DALE MILE.
Bay mare “Flying Jenny” (Taylor). 1
Bay mare "Mischief” (Pntnam)... .2
THIRD RACE, QUARTER MILE.
Black horse "Cracker Bob” (Tison). 1
Sorrel mare “Jland" (Wiggins)... .2
WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER 28tb.
FIRST RACE, HALF MILE.
Sorrel horse “Hampton” (Lamb). ..1
mare “Golden Blipper’'(Wrigbt).2
Bay mare "Flying Jenny"(Taylor). .3
SECOND RACE, 300 TARDS.
Bay mare “Buby” (Pntnam) 1
Bay borso “Charlie" (Tison) 2
Sorrel mare "Pet” (Lamb) 8
THIRD RACE, QUARTER MILE.
Sorrel mare “Mand" (Wiggina) — 1
Black horse “Cracker Bob ’ (Tison)..2
FOURTH BADE, QUARTER MILE.
Sorrel mare “Maud” (Wiggins).... 1
Bay mare "Flying Jenny" (Tuylor).2
Onr next issue, as beforo stated,
will be an enlarged size—a forty col
umn paper. We hope to send out a
large nnmber of extra copies, and to
that end renew onr request of last
week that parties wishing extra copies
should send in their orders beforo
next Tuesday, as on that day tbe out
side of tbe paper will be rnn off. Ad
vertisers wonld do well to take ad van
tago of this increased circniation nnd
let tbo world know of their business.
Remember, this will bo emphatically
an advertisement for Brunswick, as
we shall give a comprehensive state
ment of our exports, and nleo a ayn
opsis of wlnit onr merchants mid bus
iness meg bare doue. These we bIiiiII
contrast with tbose of 1880, aud show
which way we are tending.
On Monday morning laat, nt eight
o’clock, on Rev. Father Wigbtiunn
was officiating nt tbo altar of tbe Ciith
olio church of this city, administering
tbo communion to some of bis mem
bers, tbe report of a gun was heard,
nnd the crash of window glass noar
by told wbieb way the miaeilea were
bnrleil. Tbe brokon glass flew all
over tbo floor mid tbe altar. Eleven
shot passed tbrungh tbo window, end
quite a nnmber etrnok the building on
tbe outside, embedding themselves in
the wood. From tbo direction of tbe
shooting and tbo kind of shot nsod
(dock shot) and tbe character of tbe
occasion (Cliristiuiis) we Sbonld judge
that there woe no barm iatoudeil;
that is, no intention to shoot uny par
ticular Individual. Snob reckless
shooting, however, sbonld be stopped,
and wo trust the Grand Jury will be
able to discover tbe fellow who fired
that gon. There are partios who
know, so we hnvu been told.
Coming tliis yoar on Sunday, tbe
nsnal festivities were divided between
Saturday and Monday, by onr citi
zens, each in turn spending these days
as his peculiar taste dictated. Many
repaired to the sanntnary, aa in their
enstom (and n proper one we think)
for prayer, praise and thanksgiving,
whilst others spent tbo time in vari
ous amusements. Not n few tisik
more or leas "nogg" and by night
were in trim for almost aoy mischief
that might come np. At night lion-
fires and illnminations were in order,
and fireworks were in demand. Thanks
to the frequent showers of mill, how
ever, tbeee latter did no mischief.
Tbe different Sunday Schools boil
their customary Christmas trees or
Santa Clans, and tbe little folks reaped
a rich harvest of prizes aud other
Winer Bethel cleared British schoon
er Hattie Darling, on tbe 23d inet.,
for Naeian, with a cargo of 25 barrels
of floor and one barrel of pork. Value
of cargo, $216.
R. Torres cleared tbe Spanish brig
Loreto, on the 211b inet., with a ear-
go of 111,488 feet pitch pine lumber,
veined at $1,784.
B. B. Begpard cleared tbe Norwe
gian bark Handling, on tbe 24tbiost.
with a cargo of 248,888 feet pUeb pine
lumber, valued at $3,982,
J. H. MeCnllongb cleared tbe Brit
ish bark Sappho, on tbe 28th inet,
for Buenos Ayros, with a cargo of
883,405 feet pitch pine lumber, valued
R. B. Reppnrd cleared British brig
Wanderer, on jthe 30th iost., with a
cargo of 162,666 feet lumber, valued
at $2,441. _
Tbe time checks for labor, given
by tbe Georgia Land and Lumber
Company, are not redeemable at tbo
offico of the Company, except when
presented by tbose to whom they are
issued, for services, on regular pay
Gainesville, Ga., Jan. 7, 1880.
I have suffered terribly for eight
months with neuralgia pains all over
in; bead. Two months ago I took a
bottle of Neurotio, end am now en-
lief of pain. It will care beyond a
doubt. I feel truly thankful that my
attention wns called to this great rem
edy. I hope that nil who suffer will
give it a tnal. Respectfully,
decl5-lm W. B. Clements.
Cut Loaf, Powdered, Granulat
ed and Common Sugars,
Full Line of Fresh Groceries,
A fall Stock of Dry Goods,
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. ,»
J-FOR GOOD BREAD AND
BISCUITS USE J. J. SPEARS’DRY
HOP YEAST AND WHITE PUFF
To The Ladies
FOB THK PORT OF BRUNSWICK, FORTH! WXXK
ENDING DECEMBER 90tb, 1881.
i, Thorndike, Ckerieeton.
Dec 98—Port bg Amelia Norton, flan toe, Rio Jan,
Dec 29—Sp bg Anguxtlna Calxoda, Koldae, dnfna-
Dea29—8c AUlo Burnham. Baxter, Boatoo.
Dec 39—So Alfred Keene, Crock*11, New York,
Dec 93—Br ao nettle Darling. Bethel, Kama.
Deo 91—Ed be Loreto, Abril, Montevideo.
i Kundelng, Kvenaen, Montevideo.
if Galtelde. , Pbllerfwtghf
I>«o 84—Me U O Tbo DM, Thorndike, ltalfaau
lton 34-Bo Ben? Galtelde.
Iteo 94-Bo U O Tbomea, T
Dec 87—Bk Mary Jenneee, Cochran. New York,
Dec 94—Br bk bappho. McPhee, Buenoe Ayree.
Deo 98-Bo X A Hara, Smith, New York.
Dec to—Bk Alice 0 Dickmen, Cook, HaptonRoeda.
Dec 99—Bk J X i rett, Wtlaon, Mew York.
Dec 99—Bg D O Chapman, Owen, ltaltlmere.
Deo 99—Bo Winner, Fry. Jeremal, Haytl.
P*c 90—Br bg Wanderer, Maunders, Bantoe, £
Dec ao-Mc Battle Turner, McIntyre. Salem.
OFPICX ADVERTISER AND APPEAL, I
Buuxawics, Oa., December 81, 1881.)
Below we quote pricee current for today:
Middling Fair It
Romm—II 13.05, X 49.18, F S3 90. O 49.98, H 4!
9M 80. X 4X78, M 43.13*. X 4*37*
BriRin ToRrjorrwg—Otla and whlakeya, 4l*ot
regnlara, 83 *o.
Bacon—Clear rib eldee. W*e; abonldere, 8*e;
hame, lie; dry aeltoo clear rib eldee, 9*0 long
clear. 9*«S abovldera. 7*o. ^
Gnux—corn-white 84390c, mixed 87o; onto,
«: bran, 9L80.
umSSvfnS* * lMi E “ Ura ’ • ,J0 ‘
Lard—In tierce#, 13ot fcegg and tuba lt*o.
Fuua—Superfine, fi 71(410 00; extra, 44 71
47 00; fomlly. 47 7d«« 34; fancy, 48 7S«4» I
‘“there’, |H 3flQ49 78.
Uinu. Wool. Etc.—IDdee, dry flint, 19*e; tailed
10*f<iUke. Wool—Unwaahed, free of burn, prime
lota. 97c; burry wool, 10fi»l*i- Tallow. 4c; wax |0e;
deer eklna, 40c; otter aklne, S3efo44 00.
NAVAL STORES FREIGHTS.
Naff—Borin and eplrita, 9e. edjflte. 9d. to United
Kingdom or Continent direct; to New lark. 40c •
“ on eplrita.
-To New York, roetn toe, eplrita IUo;
Philadelphia, roeln 30c, eplrita 60c; to Ualtlmoi..
rt»in 40c, eplrita 78c; to Bouton, roeln a c, eplrita
Needing a man to do tbe “circular
work” (torning the crank of onrCainp-
bell press) a few days since, we sent
oat one of tba boys in search of oiiu.
He soon came across a colored “gum-
men" and thus.aconated him: *
Boy—”8ay. Captain, don’t you
want a nice, paying job for an hour
C. O.—“Yea, boss; but what yoa
want me to do i"
Boy—“Turn a printing press. Arc
yon pretty strong?"
C. G., drawing himself up in cou-
scions pride—“ Well, sir, I sm pretty
strong, but think of my position; I am
book-keeper to a rice-planter, and,
therefore, couldn’t think of it"
A mfo and sure means of restoring
the youthful color of the hair is fur
nished by Parker’s Hair Balaam
which ia deservedly popular from its
superior cleanliness. dtclS-lm
J. M. DEXTER,
INSURANCE AND REAL KSTATS AGENT,
SOUTHERN MUTUAL IE UO.,
OK ATHKMB, OA., AND * OTHER FIItbT-CLAKS
4 0 0 TONS
.7 rza wjjayjjw, WFxa
FOR SALE I
D Built jSBLKHOtiSB AND LOToeCocb.
ren. A.reuc- are retire, ud SUdrea under BH
root. Wot Ittmo ,ppl, to
I*a, W. & BUBBOUOHS.
dreJ-lf or. C. P. OOODTEAIL
D. D. ATKINSON,
BRUNSWICK, - - GEORGIA
Office np etalre in Crovttt’e new bunding. Jy23-1
Mrs. E. ABLE
OF BROOKLYN, N.Y.,
H## Jaat opened a firnt-claaa Millinery Store o:
Nowcaeile atreet, nest to Mr. D. T. Dunn’e Dn
Goode Store, and aake tho attention of the ladles of
Brnnawlck to her stock of
FINE MILLINERY HOODS I
LACE NECK WEAR, TRIMU1NOS.
FANCY WOOL WORK,
4>HILDIIBN*M L t«K P.IPN,
Fancy Ornament*, Buttons,
Call and ;examtnc stock. deoKMy
u wish to
I! you v
ffrowVcgetablca for >
^V” S** *o po) PRACTICAL
If yon with to Gar
den for Amusement
or for Home Use i
All by PETER HENDEBSOX
Price jl.60 each, postpaid by nail.
Our Combined Catalogue of
SEEDS an °
For 1889, sent free on application.
PETER HENDERSON A GO.
35 OortUndt St, Nrw York.
tlimv 'btu 'Oq*K *8 *o P» rewpirei tv pawd sq ore wnoq naairea xou.
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Brunswick & Albany Eailr’d
Takes Efleet Monday, October 3d, 1881
TRAINS GOING WEST.
L. 5:00 an
I* 12:27 ru
I* 2 :14
GER NO. 1
. 9:00 am
TRAINS GOING EAST.
GB8 NO. 1.
R. D. MEADER, Superintendent.
Approved: CHARLES L. SCHLATTER, GenT Manager.
T. O'CONNOR, Jr.
AO BNT FOR TUX
NEW YORK UNDERWRITERS' AGENCY.
Office ever Madden’ePrng Btora. febl-iy
d. w. h. parsons,
HOUSE AND SIGN
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Promptly executed in the latest etyke.
Dr. W. B. BURROUGHS,
INSURANCE AND COLLECTBNO AGENT,
WILL BUY AND BELL,
Land ai\d Real Estate.
Office next te Poet Office. msj3!-tf
INQUIRE AT umOX OF
Le Baron Drury,
Dr. R. B. HILL
OfiNiUe prafiMrioMl eervteee to toe rftliiea if
rune wick. Gan ha foend, daring the day, atbta
office, next door to Robarta* Deng Ktore, aaar tea
Pott Office, end daring toe night at tee fuffidenee
fitreet, DtxvlUe, near old M. A D R. b.
All erdarafor OAK WtHtfl of any length
promptly filled Uteri at
ed to to# Chairmen of the Commlmton. nntil 13
’doek, Teeetey. Jan. 10th. 1*4. lac aacplji"* mid
wonuniaeion for cenceUatlno bonda nt (Am CUv of
Brnnawlck to toe vatae of abont eaventoM handred
dollar* enrreocy. Bids for aR or aay puritan of tba
love amount will be received.
The right to reject any or an le reoerved.
Chairman Making Fend Qnmmtmtan. City ef
Dissolution ot Partn rship.
the undasateaed te hereby dUeoivatf by metuai can-
cant. J. S. Doran will wind ap toe tneiaeae of the
Arm, collecting ton Matte and paying the Hahlllttra.
fl. F. GRAY.
J. a. BURRS.
Brwnewkk.Oere Dce*I«tb, tW.
ATTORNEY A.T LAW.
DIXON’S NEW BUILDING.
Newcastle St., - - - Brunswick, Ga.
Tbe undersigned bee removed hie DRUG BTORX te toe above I
i. and ie ready to eerve Irie
frieadeand toe pubiie generally with a rrmhaopplyo
Drugs, Chemicals, Patent JBedicme,
Hair, Nail and Tooth Brushes,
Perfumery and Toilet Articles
IN GREAT VARIETY,
Lamps and Lamp Fixtures,
BUIST-S FRESH AND GENUINE
FINE CKKEN AND BLACK TEAS,
CIGARS AND TOBACCOS,
A,'! reore reUdre lou nrerevre l. rereUoa, ud MuU, Orel U Hot rlmDruf Store.
Physicians’ Prescriptions Accurately compounded.
Aim II* u rUred, Win Mrerl.117 uand mr ren.Mr ■•dlunre. it notllfd .INI, rtaldnc. Curare
JAMES T. SLAIN.
Uutouand Alaiiafiald atm>te.
H. H. HARRISON,
104 NEWCASTLE STREET,
BRUNSWICK. * GEORGIA.
Sale of Furniture, Crockery and
Glassware every uight at 6
o’clock; Saturdays, 11 A. M.
Ota, IOMmV m*reo. .
i, Oloncceter for -et.
CITY OF SAN ANTONIO.
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