DAY’S DOINGS AT
NEW NOTES OF INTEREST CULL
ED FROM THE CHIEF EXECU
Atlanta. Oct. 9. —"I shall serve out
my term of office as railroail com
missioner," said Hon. Joseph M.
Brown, at his office in the capitoi
yesterday, ' notwithstanding the state
ment published in The Thomasville
Times-Enterprise. I don’t know what
their authority is for the statement,
but it is an erroneous one.
"My term expires on October 15,
1907,’ continued Mr. Brown, "arm
until that time I shall to the best oi
my ability to continue to discharge the
duties of my office."
Winship Made Judge Advocate.
Major Blanton Winship, of the Six
teenth Infantry, United States army,
nas been detailed by the war depart
ment to act in the capacity of judge
advocate for the United states troops
recently landed in Cuba to control
tiie Insurrection there. Major Win
ship, who was appointed from civil
life from Macon, Ga., where lie for
merly practiced law, is well known
In social life In his native state.
Appointments by Governor.
Governor Terrell on yesterday made
the following appointments, coinmis
slons for which were issued by Exe
cutive Secretary Blackburn:
r. h. Kohock, of Camden county, to
be judge of the county court of Cam
den for a term of four years. This
court was recently created upon
recommendation of the grand jury.
D. G. Fusselt, as ordinary and ex
officio clerk of trie superior court oi
Chattahoochee county, vice F. M.
Gordy, resigned. Mr. Gordy Is a mem
bar-elect of the next legislature.
Emmett Owen, to be solicitor of the
county court of Bike county, for the
unexplred term ending April 19, I bus,
of C. H. Gwynn, resigned.
Will Contest Election.
Notices of intention to contest two
elections —one for a seat in the state
senate, the other for the clerkship
of the superior court of Tattnall
county —were tiled with Governor
Hon. C. 11. Curnlne, of Reldsvllle,
Tattnall county, tiled notice that he
will contest the seat of lion. J. W.
Hughes, who was on the face of the
returns elected senator for the sec
ond senatorial district. This contest
will bo decided by the senate when t
convenes on the fourth Wednesday in
G. H. Kennedy filed notice that he
will contest the election of Kutus
Ropers, who on the face of the re
turns was elected clerk of the supe
rlor court of Tattnall county. This
contest will be decided by the Judge
of the suporlor court for that cir
Will Fight Cattle Tick.
Dr. Nlgbvlu, an expert from the de
partment of animnl Industry of the
agricultural department of the Unites
States, arrived in the city yesterday
enroute to Fannin and Gilmer coun
ties, whore the cattle fever tick is
epidemic and tnreatenlng the safety
of cattle. Ho called at the state de
partment of agriculture yesterday
morning, announcing that he woulu
investigate the complaint from those
counties and would devise means for
the extermination of the pest.
For the next thirty days I will
flive to each sufferer of stomach
trouble one 50 cent bottle of
“Echol’s Iron and Alum Water *
absolutely free. This water is
absolutely guaranteed to cure
any stomach trouble and If you
use six one doliar bottles ac
cording to directions, and you
are not satisfied it has done you
•lx dollars' worth of good, you
can have your money back for
ED C. BRUCE
Bit!Of bought th# entire Elkan
•feck, consisting of Pur# Flannel
UCdershiits and slips, can save you
blotter. 1 have got them for men,
home'll and children, dig Levitan.
See Feerson for school shoes
, Old feshtossd pound cake, the kin.
wed */ oaks, u eenta per
wd At Übea a bakery, IN * at tmfu
FOR CITY COURT
A .LIST OF THOSE WHO WILL
SERVE AT THE NOVEMBER
TERM OF THE COURT.
Following Is a list of the jury drawn
for t.he November term of the city
J. E. Harris, M, C. Austin,
C. W. Cowman, F. S. Nash.
J. C. Calhoun. Henry Girvin.
liruce Carroll. D. W. Winn,
B. I’adrosa, t. D. Ogg.
J. C. Purcell. E. D. Gregory,
R. J. Matthews, C. W. Taylor,
Eugene Marlin, j. F. Norris,
J. VV. Maner. c. M. Gowan,
John Currie, B. E. Peerson,
A. w. Corker, '\ hos. Racket,
E. ii. Houseman, J. A. McCall,
W. F. Symons, .1. S. M. Symons,
B. F. Mann, E. If. Houseman,
J. C. Burford, Leopold Arnold,
E. N. Jones, H. E. Taylor,
N. R. Barnhill. Fred Baumgartner.
W.P. H iggiubotliarn,
Headquarters First Regiment of in
tently, National Guara, Georgia'
Special Orders, No. 12.
Savannah, Ga., Oct. 7, 1906.
I. \n election for second lieutenant
of Company G, this regiment, is order
ed held cn the 12th of October, at th
armory cl the said company, In Bruns
11. The polls will be opened at. 8:0
p. m , and remain open one hour.
By order of Colonel Gordon.
C. H. RICHARDSON,
Captain and Adjutant.
Official: C. H. RICHARDSON,
Captain and Adjutant.
Hosiery for children. Elkan's 15,
20 and 25 cents line ai! going at 10
cents each, three pairs for 25 cents at
ftftlnh Bingham will be at I lie Grand
October 10.' Cot all good people liea
his xvit and humor, wisdom an t
; athos. Yankee, negro and Dutcn
dialect myslc and story telling, tie
Is tno best.
.1017N D. ROUNTOS.
Brunswick’s Candy Store.
Don’t buy burnt sugar and imagine
you are getting pure chocolate. Such
substitutes are injurious to health
For pure chocolate and al 1 other can
dies call on me.
A fresh supply received every ween
from Menier the- famous chocolate
maker. Either in 'bulk or in beautiful
pound and half pound boxes.
FINEST FRUITS, CIGARS AND TO
TAFFY CANDY MADE FRESH
208 Newcastle Street.
Are you looking for a home,
a farm, a good-paying busi
ness, or a good investment
for your surplus money? We
can please you as we have on
our list a large assortment of
property. Does this interest
Seven-room, two-story resi
dence, nicely finished, gas,
hot and cold water, bath
room, etc., in good residence
New five-room cottage on Un
ion street. Model cottage.
All conveniences. $2,850.
CLAY & CORNEILOUS
Oglethorpe Hotel Building.
BRUNSWICK'S ORIGINAL HIGH
FINEST LINE OF BRANDIES,
LIQUORS and CIGARS
P. KELLER. Prop.
OU clothing of all kinds at Big ben
THE BRUN3WICK DAILY NEWS, WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 10,1906.
oit can word
WANTED —People to know thatUncie
Sig will loan you money on anything
of value. All legitimate business sol
icited. Sig Levison, 308 and 309 Bay
WANTED.—At once, three colored
messenger boys, with wheels. Apply
Postal Telegraph Cos.
WANTED —Furnished room witn
privilege of bath room. Address C,
P. O. Box 53, City.
WANTED.—Young man (white) for
grocery store; salary $5.00 per week
to start.. P. O. box 130.
WANTED. —Table boarders. Apply to
Mrs. C. W. Floyd, No. 903 F street.
WANTED. —Cady or gentleman oi
fair education to travel and collect ior
firm of $250,000 capital. Salary, sl,-
n72.00 p*T year and expenses. Salarv
paid weekly and expenses advanced;
references required. Address with
stamp, .). A. Alexander, Brunswick,
Travt 'ing salesman and resident
brokers to sell rice on commission.
Russ Rice Cos.. Ltd. New Orleans, Lr.
FOR RENT. —Three connected rooms
tor light housekeeping, furnished or
unfurnished, with privilege of bath.
Apply 128 Newcastle street.
LOST —Bicycle No. 81380 with
coaster brake. Return to K. E. Fouche
•jlli Bay street, and receive reward.
l.OS'i Small Irish setter, brown
and white. Rather poor and has the
iiianc Return to 501 First avenue
and receive reward.
j.OST—Silver watch charm, wlm
allies head on it. Bears initials R. E.
S. Owner will be rewarded by re
tur: irg tu R. L. Sherman, at office bi
LOST. —In the vicinity of the Cypress
mills, a black and white pointer dog.
Answers to the name of “Dandy.’
Please return or communicate with
i J . M. Nightingale, at the office ol’ the
ers will find nice comfortable room
nd good table board at ’lO5 G street
AND DEALERS IN
CROSSTIES AND LUMBER
New York Office No. 11 Broadway
S. K. BROWN,
See us for the
best city prop=
all kinds of
BOYD & CO.
110 Newcastle St, Phone 304
Reacr-toweer hats cu the latest
style will be displayed at Miss Kate
Slater s millinery opening Friday ana
Shoes for your wife; shoes for your
children; shoes for yourself at Peer
SHOES OF ALL KINDS AND
STYLES AT PEEftSON'S,
A complete assortment of Taffeta Ribbons, all widths
and colors, per yard .... sc. 10c. 15c
We want to impress you with the splendid value of
our Children’s Heavy Ribbed Black Stocking-s . . 10c
To close out our stock of ladies’ ribbed gauze Under
vests we will place ai! we have on sale at 2 for , Isc
Perfumed Vaseline, large bottle 5c
Large Size Ingrain Rugs, 24x56..75c
Smoothing irons, perfect goods, per
pound 4 C .
Good quality table goblets, each . ,5c
Good bluing, large box, 3 for 5c
A few fancy doilies, choice each..sc
. Table fern dishes 25c
Linen handkerchiefs, gentleman's
size, 3 for 25c
McClures Laundry Soap ( for . . 25c.
> AND LUNCH ROOM.
NIGHT AND DAY
NEATEST PLACE IN THE CITY
EVERYTHING FIRST CLASS
IN OLD ARCADE BUILDING '
NO. 210 GLOUCESTER ST. ]
TELEPHONE NO. 480.
I Do General
DO YOU WANT YOUR HOME
DECORATED IN THE LATEST
UP TO DATE STYLE? IF SO
CALL ON ME AND I WILL
SHOW YOU MY SAMPLES OF
WALL PAPER. I WILL DO
YOUR PAPER HANGING, PAINT
ING, GRAINING, STAINING,
KALSOMINING AND PICTURE
FRAMING AS GOOD AND AS
CHEAP AS ANY ONE CAN AND
LIVE. DROP US A CARD.
J. M, Wilson
502 MONK STREET.
IF YOUR CHILDREN ARE h
NEED OF SHOES FOR SCHOOL
A COMPLETE LINE OF SHOES
IN THE VEBY LATEST STYLES AT
We do general contracting and
building of all kinds. Estimates fur
nished on short notice.
BOWEN & THOMAS,
512 Monk St. Telephone 154.
The Brunswick Bottling
and Manufacturing Cos
SODA WATEP. AND MINERAL W ATERS, CIDERS, CORDIALS NEC
TARS, VINEGARS, SIMONS SPECIAL GINGER ALE AND RYE OLA,
PHONE 273 • 218 OGLETHORPE 8T
WE HAVE A FEW SECOND HAND FANS (AS OOOD At NEW)
WHICH WE ARE SELLING AT SB-00 TO *9.00. SUPPLY
LIMITED. SEE US AT ONCE IP YOU WANT ONE.
WE ALSO HAVE A SUPPLY. OP BRAND NEW PANS
flutual Light & Water Cos.
Hanging fern dishes 25c
Good toilet pins, 5 packages f0r....5c
Good safety pins, per dozen 3c
Steel hair pins, assorted sizes, box. .3c.
hast black spool darning cotton, 2
“Eureka” .spool .silk,, all colors, .6
f °r .... ......25c.
Pure bristle hair brushes 25c
“Gold Dust,” 7 packages for 25c-