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m # S fSaBaB chiffonier? If tile bureau or closet *s
if * * Iv. fif crowded its really needed. With a
B g family of children its almost a tiecea-
I Rangel yf? sity, and the styles we are showing
■ H aild so much to the appearance of any
I From I bed-room. Golden and quartered oak,
highly polished, heavy French plate
■ ■ mirrors, graceful shape fronts. We
$6.50 to $25.00 i believe our goods are all right, but we
■ ■ want your opinion. We want them to
■ B please you.
31$ NEWCASTLE STREET
CONEY & PARKER
COAI AND WOOD
BRICK, LIME, CEMENT, PLASTER HAIR. SHINGI.EB AND LATH B
SEWER PIPE. CHIMNEY FLUSS FIRE BRICK AND FIRE CLAY
52S BAY STREET PHONE IS.
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Now’ is the time to buy if you expect to share in profits which are bound to follow
the upbuilding of Greater Brunswick.
Below We Give a Few Bargains
Information to parties inquiring. Call on,’phone or address
BROBSTON, FENDIG & COMPANY
We’re no Quacks
in onr .business. Our store en
joys a reputation second to none
for the honesty of its offerings.
If in need of any
we want you to call on ns and
see what we have. You’ll be
FUtisfied and find exactly what
you’re looking for. We aim to
please, and offer the best ot
drugs at prices that can not fail
to attract the closest buyer.
Make us a call and convince
NICE HOME NEAR THE CITY, SEVERAL ACRES OH GROUND, s3,auo.
WELL LOCATED RESIDENCE ON GLOUCESTER STREET, $3,200.
TWO NICE COTTAGES ON E STREET, $1,500.
RESIDENCE ON E STREET, CLOSE IN $1,700.
RESIDENCE ON E STREET, NEAR F, $2,250.
RESIDENCE ON G STREET NEAR ELLIS. $3,000.
PRETTY HOUSE ON REYNOLDS STREET, LARGE LOT, $5,500.
NICE HOME FACING THE PARK, 3,500.
PRETTY RESIDENCE ON UNION ST.CLOSE IN, HOUSE IN REAR, $4,500
LARGE DOUBLE HOUSE, UNION ST. LARGE HOUSE IN REAR, $7,500.
THE BRUNSWICK DAILY NEWS, WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER 10, 1003,
- AT THE GRAND
A Good Minstrel.
A.l G. Field's minstrel was the at
traction at the Grand last night, and
as is always the ,case when this
minstrel king conies to Brunswick, a
crowded house was present to greet
the burnt-cork artists.
Mr. Field has this season one of the
best companies in his twenty-one
years of the business, and when the
former entertainments are recalled it
can be seen that "better than ever
Field's Minstrels this season in
cludes about sixty men, all good dres*
ers. clever and capable. In the first
part, which introduces the “Gridiron
flub” feature, the singing is splendid.
The several solos and ensembles were
greatly enjoyed and often recalled.*
Press Kidredge was very much in evi
dence, and his songs were highly
amusing. Others sang some beautiful
ballads, and the double quartette giv
ing the famous sextette from “Lucia
di Lammermoor," took me audiences
by storm. It was an exquisite pre
sentation of a most beautiful com
position. The fun following the in-'
trod notion of the various notables
gave ample excuse for laughter. A1
Field’s monologue, with interruptions
by the head waiter, was lively and j
appreciated by all of his friends. His
personal popularity is something that]
can not be denied, and Mr. Field val
ues the kind words of his friends
above all else.
The musical sketches, the dancing
sketch, Roll on Silvery Mobn,” and!
the weird and fantastic conceit,
• Dreamland Phantoms,” were all good. 1
Never has Mr. Field used so much
of the up-to-date scenic accessories,
and the results obtained are artistic
and interesting. The entire enter
tainment given is a delight. There
is not a dull minute from first to last,
and everything offered is the best
that money, ingenuity and taste can
Summing it up, Field’s Minstrels
ure ’ Greater” in more ways than
name, and all who have the oppor
tunity siiould see and hear them. The
hours spent with Field’s Minstrels
will prove good mediciue for that
' tired feeling” and all of the other
disagreeable periods that haunt more
or less frequently the lives of those
m the work-a-day world.
IMME IMS’S pTli"s!|
A Safe, Curtain Uki.ikk for Scpphimskd Menstruation. I
NEVER KNOWN TO FAIL. Safe! Sure! Speedv ! Satis- I
taction Guaranteed or Money Refunded. Sent prepaid ■
f,, r $l-00 per box. Will send them on trial, to be paid Tor I
when relieved. Samples Free. If your druggist does not I
have them send your orders to the ~ e
| UNJTEDM EPICAL CO., BOX 74, LANCASTER? P*. |
Sold in Brunswick by Roberts & Culnar
“Finnegan’s Ball," a real comedy,
will he here on to-morrow night. This
clever comedy has been rewritten ana
brought up to date, and is one of the
season’s artistic as well as monetary,
successes. Having played four months
in New York at the Fourteenth Street
Theater, it now enters its farewell’
tour with a record few v, any other
shows ever attained, fifteen years ot
approval. To be exact, it lias played
5C3 weeks, having given 3,378 night
performances and 1,12fi matinees, a
total of 4,505 performances, averaging
$532 per day or a total of over $2,000,-
000. The company that, will be seen
neve is said to be one of the best the
management has ever been able to se
cure, and includes a girl of every type
of beauty, the costumes are gorgeous,
the scenic effects are works of the
best mechanics in modern stage craft.
Infants’ socks, 15 to 25 cents values 1
at 5 cents per pair at Sig Levison. ,
Orders taken for fruit and wedding
cakes at Leben’s.
Fresh Golden Rod. Baked daily
Mandolines, guitars, banjos, violins,
acordions, mouth harps and all kinds
of musical instruments at Sig Levi
The prettiest line ov rour-In-hand
neckwear ever offered In theoit.y at
25 cents each. Come and look and
be asto risked. Slg Levi son. *<lB am. *
tfta R*r/ atraat
AT THE GRAND.
WEDNESDAY NIGHT. OCTOBER 10 I
SONG, MUSIC AND STORY.
THE GRAND OPERA HOUSE
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 11,
THE EVERGREE SUCCESS
A Jinelmg, Singing, Dancing Comedy
A Chorus of Pretty Pleasing Play Girls
PRICES—SI.OO, 75c. 50c, 25c.
Seats now on sale at Box Office.
THE LITTLE DUTCHESS, Oct. 13.
THE ORIGINAL rffMEDVe
The idea of a Cough Syrup that will act j
on the bowels, and thus assist in expelling
colds from the system is new and original
In Kennedy’s Laxative Honey and Tar. L
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A certain, safe and harmless remedy for T * APe
all Coughs, Colds, Croup, Whooping Cough,
La Grippe, Bronchitis, Influenza and all ’j’ /otkltUl
Lung and Bronchial affections. Mothers fja HJw agN9 I
praise the children’s favorite Kennedy’s ■"
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LARGE HOUSE ON BOULEVARD $3,000. , ,
NICE COTTAGE ON COCHRAN AVENUE, $1,500.
NICE LARGE COTTAGE ON E STRt ET, CLOSE IN, $3,500.
THREE GOOD HOUSE NEAR HOTEL $9,000.
PRETTY COTTAGE ON GLOUCEST ER STREET $2,200.
NICE HOUSE ON LONDON STREET $3,200.
LARGE HOUSE ON MANSFIELD STREET, $4,500.
PRETTY HOUSE ON C STREET NEAR COURT HOUSE, $3,000.
WE HAVE FOR SALE NICE RESIDENCE AND BUILDING LOTB IN
ALL PARTS OF THE CITY; ALSO QUANTITY OF SMALL PROPERTV
Preparation for As
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ness and Rest. Contains neither
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ness and Loss of Sleep.
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