T. bTACY & SON, PUBLISHERS.
Removes Dirt, Faint and hfrains #bm|®e finest
and lor sale tty '
without the Slightest* injury-
farmer, bad' a fallijj
ti>trbo would dahcfc i
grave.-' The neighbor
lyvane was brntaPwl
his vow. Th<% cam®
prising events. Hisl
died. Ilia barn burned
owner was made utte
a stroke'of .pardlj’sjs^j
tout with a
§q, end swore
i bis enemas
lied, and Hol-
arses and cows
[qw0)^' and tilt
v .'helpless by
The New Hotel. "
. Ameriona-Beoorder. ; '■ ;
The excursion‘to Brunswick seems
in the vicinity Say tluij. when Holly--
vuno made kiawloketiSlmaWlhirdth-
er tnan replied that hf would invoke
the wrath of flfml npontiiro, and pro/'
forhiariiln, 'Theybit lore'.that jjhe
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Public Meeting to ,
*. Ah Adjourned meet
nn Thiifuflnv niiFht.
January 15th, 1889.
fhe effect; up-
The insignificantly low prices at which ever]
placed on that day will create a sensation,all room
3. R. MINEHAN, Prop’*
Steam sad family lump, the latter auttable tor
A- Wl ABB SObr AGENTS FOB
And able to furnUh In anr quantity.
Alio keen oonttautly on hand Rot. l and 1 SHIN
GLES, the above at market price*. Term* In-
BAT 8TBEET. BRUNSWICK, OA.
TO YOUKFAilii^ISTO SECUBA
e cltT aad
ALSO BONDS OF MJIIKTV8HIP.
• to, \\\ 11. HURROUDH8,
t04 Newcastle (treat
Dr. 4. B. McCASKILL,
permanently located at
Twenty year* pmetleal eaporiemw.
Steamer St. Ridtiolae
NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION.
ith 54 Lives and Car*
New York, Jan. 9.—Five vessels,
ranging in eize from 140 to 3,000 tons
each, and, it. value, from $10,000 to
9200,090 each, have been missing
since the wind storm of Nov. 25 and
26, and have been given up for lost.
Their agents and ownera made the
announcement this morning to the
Marine time exchange. The vessels,
of which two have ; bean already
mentioned as overdue are the Samoa,
a steamship from New York, Nor.
•22, for Hayti; the Nile, a brig, from
the West Indies, about Nov. 10, for
New York; L. W. P. Armstrong, a
brjg, from Guaduloupe, Nov. 13, for
New York; the Ella A. Warner, a
schooner, from Porto Rico, Nov.
24, for New York; the E. M. Bacon,
a schooner, from Porto Rico, Nov. 15,
for New York. The number of lives
lost is put at fifty-four. Tho value
of the vessels and their cargoes is
estimated to he about $1,000,000,
the greater part of which is covered
AT, JANUARY 16,18fi9. ’
to have settled the hotel business,
settled it that Americua .most /ind
will have a new and handsome hotel
one that wUl be an ornament to our
city and a# attraction to visitors.
The Oglethorpe hotel at Brunswick
is strikingly handsome one, and the
AmcrictiB excursionists fell -in love,
vidth it, and have come back full of
ehtlumiasm and determination to
have one fully as large and handsome
in Auiericud. We have long felt eat
iefied that if some of our people would
visit a handsome winter resort hotel
and see what it was doing for the
city in which it is located, there
would be little trouble in-securing
the erection of one in our city. We
hope those in obarge. Of the project
will strike while the iron is hot r and
go to work. We ought to have the
hotel finished in time for next sea
It ii stated that Dr. C; F. Pauk-
nin, of Charleston, has discovered a
method whereby the fibre of the
ramie plant may he cheaply and
quickly prepared foe market. If the
- statement is true, the discovery is a
must important one for the South,
and will go far toward settling such
vexations problems as that presented
by ttc recent bagging trust.
The growing of ramie in this clim
ate is not an experiment. Mr.
Richard Peters, of this city, demon
strated long ago that the plant is at
home here. He planted it on his
•farm in Cherokee county and found
that it thrived and grew in the most
luxuriant manner. The only trouble
with the plant has been in regard to
the method of preparing the fibre fbr
market. Many experiments have
been made, notably in Louisiana, in
the direction of discovering a method
that, in point of cheapness and dis
patch, wonldgcompeto with the cum
bersome but cheap methods employed
in' India, where the cost of labor is
But all of these experiments have
been failures. At least) nothing has
- come of them, and, as a result, the
business of growing ramie has not
mnde any progress. As we have
said, however; there is no trouble
about growing the plant. It
flourishes wherever cotton can be
Some fifteen of the Americas ex
cursioniBts to Brunswick staid over
a day dtorjlttl!# !
turned home. Their train being de- yi?.l
raised, and there is no expense of
cultivation. It is as persistent as
the rag weed, and as luxuriant.
Mr. D. C. Robertson figures it out
that if we had a railway to the moon,
with ears running at a speed of sixty
an hour, it would take a man be-
ween 165 and 167 Jays to make the
trip. A similar journey to Venns
would take about 50 years.
Robertson contributes these statistics
to the current St Nicholas. They
come under the bead of what some
people vaguely term “valuable in
layed, they missed connection at A1
baily, haring to lay over until 11 o’
clock at night. They repaired to
the Artesian House and made prep
arations to patiently wait until train
time. Tho Social Club of Albany,
hearing of the Americua party,
lighted and warmed np their hall
and invited their Americua neighbors
to come over and spend the evening
with thorn, which they did, and the
time was passed so pleasantly and
quickly that the Americua, party re
gretted that they had to take their
departure when the train time ar
rived. It is such acts of neighborly
courtesy that cement the tics of
friendship between the two liveliest
cities in Southwest Georgia.—Amer
Some of the New York doctors
say that the new mode of executing
criminals by electricity is cruel and
not certain to cause death. They
say that the most humane way to
kill would be to place the prisoner
in a cell that could bo made airtight
while the prisoner was asleep. Then
a current of odorous gas could be in
troduced and the prisoner would die
There is no truth in the report that
the Georgia melon grower?, who meet
in convention at Albany on Jan. 16,
intend to form a trust to corner the
market. There will be a large in
crease in the melon acreage.
1889 at 8 o’clock p. m
House to discuss tbe-|
tious of sewerage, pu^
bonds whieh are to T
January 22nd, 1889. *
earnestly invited to a
dress the me **- '" "
_ property, and tl
dition of the city and other matters
Mr. C. P. Goodyear will address
the meeting upon the Memphis sys
tem of sewerage in reply to articles
in Advertises-Appeal, generally up
on the importance of sewerage as a
health measure, the necessity for its
introduction here, the care and delib
eration shown by Mayor and Coun
cil, and other matters of interest.
A number of other speakers will
address the meeting.
By order of
M. Ulluan, Chairman,
J. L. Beach, Sect’y.
For oils, salts, pills, and all kinds
of bitter, nauses medicines, is the ve
ry agreeable liquid fruit remedy, Syr
up of Figa. Reccom mended by lead
tag Physicians. Manufactured oh-
y by the California Fig Syrup Com
pany, San FaanciBco, Cal.
The Wrong Cow.
Through mistake of our butcher*
butt headed cow was killed not be
longing toils. Marked crop and half
crop in^ne car, swallow fork in other.
Owner please call and see us.
McDonald A Dean.
Syrup of Figs
Natures own true laxative. It is
the most easily taken, and the most
effective remedy known to cleanse the
system when billious or costive; to
dispel headaches, colds and .fevers;
® r *.! to ogre habitual constipation, indl-
"“fgestioti, piles, etc. Manufactured on
ly by the California Fie Syrup Com-
Sony, San Francisco, Cal. For sale
ay Lloyd A Adams. V
Stove Wood For Sale.
Oak. Plneand Lightwood delivered
in any part of the eity. Orders left
at Greer’s stable or Brunswick Drug
Store promptly attended to.
A gentleman and wife, or two gen
tlemen can sconro board in a private
family Table board also for others,
Apjily to Jas. T. Blalo, or Wee M.
Moore & McCrary's Specialties.
Specially selected seed Irish pota
toes, just received. *
More of that 25c. butter.
White cane, Georgia syrup 75c.
The common cane syrup 60c per
BRUNSWICK & SAVANNAH
AND WAJT LANDINGS.
be sacrificed at slaughter prices^
’ll miss the
If you value
eat, do not fail, as you will miss the GREATEST B „
ever known ifxou miss the Groat Bargain Day at J. MICHEL-
SON’S, on ■ V'
CONET a, PARKER
Wholesale and Retatl dealer* In
BRICK, LATHS and SHtNGLES
will keep In *toek of
Bed Alh, eg;
barn, white Ai
nnd Chestnat- «lzc, anil Free-
Corner Monk and Onletherpeatreeta
MiSS?«!V F !SK”“~ —"**
The Finest Turn-Outs
AND THE BEST 8EBVIOE.
Your order aollcUed,andaalUfaetlon guana
, A. T. PUTNAM,
T. O’Gounor & Co.,
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