T. G. STACY & SON, PUBLISHERS.
BRUNSWICK, GEORGIA, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 11, 1889.
THRY ARE COMING.
A Great Influx of Northern Visi
tors Expected This Winter.
“Wlmt is the outlook for Southern
travel this winter?” was the question
propounded Mr. Angier, As9t. Gen
eral Passenger Agent of the B. <k W.
Hoad yesterday atternoon by an An-
“Well,” said he, “I am just back
front the North, and am fully con
vinced-that there will be tho biggest
travel into Florida this winter that
there lias been for years.”
“Why this spirited iutlux ?”
“The winter North has already set
in, and the probabilities are that it
will be a severe onu : and the scare
of last winter is all gone, and the out
look is good for a full tido of travel I
to Florida this season.”
"What about California?”
Change In l’ost Ollice.
The change is not in the ineuin
bent, ns you might suppose, but in
the location. Postmaster Hunter in
formed us this morning that lie had
rented the new Borchardt building
on Grant street, nearly in the
rear of Elliot's store, which he is now
fitting up for the business in real nice
shape. It will be lit by electricity
and furnished with all necessary con
Miss C'nvitt has moved to Mr. H
E. Taylor's on Union street, ^whcrc
she will have her music room. She
requests her pupils to meet her there
at 3 o'clock Monday afternoon.
Mr. P. W. Fleming has resigned
| his position as agent of the Southern
~T heard scarcely any- mention of Express Company at this point. Mr.
.♦California. It is too faraway from j Fleming has served the company
the North. It takes days to get there' Ling an< l faithful, and wo doubt if
-whilst 30 hours travel will take peo- j they ever get a better man for the
pie from New York to Florida. 1 thidk j place. He has accepted a position
the Northern people arc tired of Cali-1 ,v >th Messrs Coles, Sfmkins & Co.,
-fornia already, us a winter resort.— j and will enter upon his duties there
Tho climate is nice, but the distance ias soon as relieved at the express
too great.” ollice.
“Arc many coming to Brunswick?”
“Why, of course ; Florida can't get
them without the Oglethorpe having
her full quota. Many will stop both
going and coming. The truth is, they,
know where Brunswick is now. When
I used to go North and begin to talk
about Brunswick, they would nsk—
‘Where is Brunswick ?’ and when I
would answer, ‘In Georgia,’ they
would reply, ‘Oh, yes; close to Atlan
ta.’ It is not so now; always when
Brunswick is mentioned up there now-
a-dayt you find ]>coplc fully posted as
to its locality. ‘On the seashore,’
they say at once—‘ Brunswick by the
Sea.’ Ob, yes, they know whore
Brunswick is now ; I don't have to
get a map and show them.”
“And you think the Brunswiok A
Western will have a chance to pull
some pf this crowd, do you ?”
“We certainly do; we will give
a nice schedule from Wnycross here,
and many new visitors, besides all
the old ones, will give Brunswick a
call. Many will stay here all winter.
They say, ‘It is so nice down there—
nice hotel, nice drives, balmy air and
lots of solid cpmfort.’ ”
Hughes, Boone & Cos have a large
stock of sash, doors and blinds at
low prices. •
Change in Business.
Mr. Edwin Brobston, real estate
agent, has made some little change in
business. He has associated with
him Mr. Elliot Dunn, a young man
of sterling business habits, and add
cd “Insurance” to his card. We be-
sp.eik for the new firm a lively bash
Fine Confectionaries at Calvins’
t liocnlnic Walnuts.
(’(UiColn je Pei nl.ii.
Chocolate Nougu Y'iqlpt.
Chocolate St. Nicholas
. Chocolate Marshmejlow.
i Chocolate Covered Caramels,
i Chocolate Covered Cocoanut ( ar-
Jordan Burnt Almonds.
Lime Juice Gum Drops.
The half not told. Come and see.
Next door to I’ostoflice.
( ALVLN’s CHEWING TOBACCOS
Peyton Graverlys’, Shell Road.
Williams' Hvgcia, Climax. S!
Tipaeunoe. Golden Chain.
Chump Carter, Natural Leaf Plug
Fine Cut Chewing. 0
Bull Durham, White Cloud,
Buds and Blossoms, Seal Plug Cut,
K. of L. Plug Cut, Cornell Mixture.
Maeaboy and Scotch Suulf.
Next door to Postolllee.
THE UPPER BERTH BEST.
A Pulman Conductor Can’t Un
derstand Why People Don’t
A Pulmau sleeper conductor aays
Everybody who wants a berth in a
slcepor wants, the lower berth. 1
have been iff the employ of the com
pany for fourteen years, and I baye
never yet bad an application for an
upper berth. Of course the upper
berth is not so easy of access as the
lower, but ifyou don’t mind climbing
to the upper berth you will ut once
lylmit, after the night is over, that it
is the most comfortable of the two.
The ventilation is better and yon are
not so close to the rumbling noise.
You are more private than you ure
iu a lower berth, aud iu ease of aqci
dent you have a chance of coming
out on top. In hot weather the up
per berth is cooler than tho lower.
The lower berth, as you know, is
made up fcoin the cushioned scats,
which are of warm material. I have
never known a man to fall out of an
upper berth. I think if the company
would make a dilWrenco of 50 cents
in favor of the upper berth it would
soon bein’demand. But I believe the
Pullman company never makes auy
diirerunec in the charges.—Chicago
Ladies, take advantage 1 bissuer
has still left a few tailor-made Jaok-
ets and Cloaks, whl-h will be sold 60
per cent less thun cost. Wo need
their room for other specialties. Call
soon and take advantage.
August Schmidt cleared on Oetu
her 9th, bark Alice Cooper for Sun
derland, with 010,115 feet of lumber
valued at $0,000.
Steamship Dura cleared on Onto,
her 10th, with 2.00(1 bale- col|..n for
Strauss Co., al*-i I,ill? luih-H cot
ton fur Coles, Si ink i ns A Co., and
3,323 bales fur the Brunswick Ter
minal Co. S li c goes to Liverpool.
The cargo was valued at $325,150.
C. Downing & Co. cleared on Oct.,
11 for Hauilnirg with 2,140 barrels
rosin valued at $4,000, also 500 casks
spirits valued at $11,500.
J. J Lissncr is the controller and
rdgjhator of low prices in Mens’
Youths’ nnd Hoys’ Clothing, in all
the Laiest Styles. Examine and be
The Riflemen will take a special
car for the Atlanta Exposition .to
morrow night at It o’clock over the
E. T. V. «k G. Road. They will be
escorted to the depot by the Atlantic
Mr. Ellis Hunter informs us that
he has heard from-his fine pointer
bitch, Queen. She is in Savannah,
and how she got there is a mystery
Now that you are fixing up your
house for the winter, remember that
no home is complete without pictures
upon its walls. I i ave them all the
way from $2 to $0 apiece, real gen
uine hand painted oil paintings.
They are both handsome and cheap.
Opposite Ocean Hotel
To be Executed by Electricity.
Aliilun, N. Y., Oct. 10. — County
Judge Day filed his decision in the
Kcmmler case this morning. There
was a habeas corpus proceeding to
test the constitutionality of the elec
trical execution law. Judge Day
decides that the law it constitutional
and remands the prisoner to the cus
tody of Warden Durston of Auburn
prison for execution.
Day for the Farmers.
Atlanta, Ga., Oct. 9.—Tho Gov
ernor to day, nt the request of the
farmers' alliance aud the State Agri
cultural Society, issued a proclama
tion calling on the people to observe
Nov. 17 a- a special Thanksgiving
Day for the bountiful harvests.
A GOOD COUGH SYRUP.
There is nothing parents should he
so careful about as selecting a cough
syrup. Boggs’ Cherry Cough Syrup
cost no more tliun the cheap and
inferior nostrums thrown on the
market. The best is none too good,
be sure and get Boggs’ Cherry Cough j
Syrup. For sale by all druggists, j
Stove Wood for Sale.
Oak and ligbtwoou cut to any | Tin- Commltl-
Why Is It?
The editor of the Catkttslmrg
(Ky.) Democrat, Captain Thomas D.
Marcum, late of the Union army, ha*
asked the question, “Why is it?” and
omments as follows:
Why is it that most of the ex
onfederates are stout and well pre
served men for their age, while most
of-the ex-Union soldier* are brokeq, training,
down from'their service %nd arc on
the pension rolls or trying to got
there? It is a fact that none will
dispute that the Confederate army
us not as well fed nor clothed U9
Union soldiers were; that they wore
physically more exposed than were
the Union troops, yet most all tho cx-
Uiiion soldiers claim to be suffering
from injuries and diseases from their
service, while the Confederate* aro
robust and look as though they
would be able for several years good
siu vice jn the Held were it Acquired
mTli.Mii. However, there are many
who believe that the ex-Union sol
diers would bo stouter and more
robust ami prosperous in the various
ulivocations of life if there were no
pension attachment to alleged ilis
ability incurred whilo in the service.
It seems to be more trying
man’s constitution to lie loyal to the
government than it was to lie a Rebel,
Somehow thurc is something about
the.mattcr that needs explanation.'
Hughes, Boone & Co. are selling
Hardware at low prices.
OEu 10e. cm aus on 3 koi: 25
El Modelo, Metropolitan,
OEIl FIVE CENTS SMOKE.
Full Tide, Grand Republic,
Plumb Good, Royal Stock,
No. 547 and No. 11.
Georgia Plantation. Mozart,
La Belle, Custom House,
Pipes and Pipe Mounts,
‘ The Public Schools First.
Thq refusal of the House to pass
Dr. Ffilton’s bill appropriating $15,-
000’to the State University, from the
income to be derived from the next
lease of the Western and Atlantic
Ballyijtd, indicates very clearly that j
it is tho policy of the Legislature to |
lie a good system of public
(I* before giving any additional
assistance to the higher educational
institutions. There is nodbubt Unit
tUU policy is the correct one.
Although $15,000 would not he a
great deal to take away from the
public schools, tho loss of it would
those schools in some way.
The chief objection to the bill, how-
over, was that the making of the ap-
proptikfton asked for would have in
dicate^* policy different from that
which has been adopted with regard
to educational matters. The appro
priation would hove been a precedent
for other and larger appropriations
fjf higher education. In fact, the
friends"of-hlgher education would
have msdotbc precedent, in nil prob
ability, Mm basis of a demand for a
pretty t*tr division of the money for
educational purposes between the
higbtfrritfuestlonal Institutions amt
the public schools.
There Is an awakening throughout
the Staje With regard to public
school*. -Thousands of people who a
gjWcre indifferent about
WUeir most earnest ad-
.t would lie a niistatke not
this awakening, and the
So Is to use every (lol-
spared In perfecting
.is bound to give a rea-
iqunt of support to the
at school for boys which
ilished, and it is prohuhle
have to support iu the
a similar school for girl*,
.unont seems to favor a
is no reason why thoy shouldnot be
doalt with us liberally as the boys.—
These training schools must be cared
for before the work of building up
tbe State University by State aid is
seriously entered upon.
“You can fool all the people some of tho time,
And some of tho people all the time;
Ihityou can’t fool all the people all tho time.”
There’s a Good Deal of horse Sense
that it wii
In the homely phmseojogy quoted above, peculiarly applicable
to the CLOTHING BUSINESS in these days when news-
papers ollerflow with announcements which must con
vince you of the fact that there are too many “one
idea” men in the Clothing business nowa
days who believe in Bamum’s
I T M I I ff 1 J M
This moss-grown theory is not pursused at ARTE. Our rap
id growth anil li.voly trade prove that the public lias found that
we do business on a foundation of *
ACTUAL MERIT IN CLOTHING,-!
MODERATE PROFITS! .
Our Fall and Winter Stock ib full of novelty, beauty nnd
originality. Boys Dress Suits, a new idea in Childrens’ Knee
and Kilt Suits. Gents’ and Youth. Fancy Cutaways and Sacks,
Fancy and Plain Alberts. Single Pants immese,
The Legislature, however much it
would like to do something more for
the State University, must lie guided
in its acts by public Rcntinicnt, and
it is certain that the people want the
public schools and training schools
provided for before any more help is
extended to higher education. It is
time the University was leanings iit-
tle more heavily upon the rich mem
hers of its alumni, and it is probable
that it would receive a great deal of
help from that source if it were not.
a State institotion.
There is a weekly journal publish
ed by the spiritualists of New York
which publishes communications
from George Washington, Quc
Elizabeth, Benjamin Franklin, Torn
I’ains, Abraham Lincoln and several
other distinguished contributors. It
is the journalistic suee. -sor of a sim
ilar publication which Nourished see
eral years ago for a brief space and
went to the spirit world. The issue
that proved fatal to this former cn , _ m
terpriso was one containing " an in- 22
terview” with Daniel Webster. TliclTHSq
great man was askod, among other’ ■ ~
questions, “What would yon do first
could you return to this world?” and
the answer came, “Revise my una
Our Clothing Reduced 25 Per Ct.
A visit only win tell thewoml efit of our offerings this'season*
CINCINNATI CLOTHING HOUSE,
S.W. AE*TE t Prop’rs
AT YOUR OWN PRICE!
ONE WHO KNOWS.
We have ordered tin artesian
well machine, which will arrive
in a few days, when we will he
prepafed to make estimates on
wells from 2 to 8 inches. Par
ties contemplating having a
well will do well to see us be-
ore making arrangements.
W. M. BERRYMAN
M. A. BAKER, .Tn.
Notice to Contractors.
ivc«t on whole Jot>
n, Nov 1. lsvjfor building*brick *cl
house in Hi uniwick, Ga. Drawing *n<l Speci
fication* r&ii be ncen at ttie odices of a -S. Kicb-
i UTtf. Architect, llrunavrick »n«t Savannah, Oa.
Wanted—Two or three oyster j length. Wood yard on Union street,
openers. Apply at once to J. I. Sigue, j between Monk and Mansfield. Prompt
at oyster house. delivery guaranteed. N. Dixon.
iitit ol rejecting
inirin.-in luill-lm* Coroicittee
II. liLAl'IIKK. L-li'n.
M. J. COLSON,
K, A. NELSON. C.„U.
The following is testimonial is from
u gentleman who knows our formu
la and is thoroughly acquainted with
the curative property of our Tonic.
The way to know the merits is to
try thelyticle. Any practicing phy
sician wwo desires the formula of Dr.
Westmoreland’s Calisaya Tonic may
obtuin it from the Westmoreland
Calisaya Tonic Company, Greenville,
S. C. This letter is from a malarial
West Point, Miss.
Having shown me the formula for
making your Tonic while visiting
your city the past summer I take
great pleasure in recommending it.
I am delighted with it, having given
it in my practice successfully, anil
to members of my own family suffer
ing Irom malaria! toxuemia. Very
truly, B. S. Dl-kcan, M. I).
For sale by Geo. I). Hodges.
Receipts of navnl stores fur the weekending
October II—Spirit* turpentine wx»; rwin 4,22*
cotton 6,V)3 bale*.
Call and sec my stock of Elegant
ZFTXJR NX TTXieilE.
C. ID. SHIPP,
Richmond Street, rear of Lloyd & Adams’,
C. So STEPHEJ\*S,
WHOLESALE DEALER IN
Fruits and Produce,