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VOLUME lftr. NO. 311
>ROWN DRUG COMPANY
[Painter’s Material and Supplies at
I ACTUAL COST
®*To Close Out That Line.
Miking Many Fnsnds.
■ Kev . Thomas H. Thompson,the new
* pastor of MpKendree Methodist
is making many friends in
He is an earnest, ener-
SJetic worker, and will add greatly to
MBthe popniarity of McKendree.
Reccommend Leibig’s Extract of
Malt. It’s a great tonic* and health
We have lots of it.
W J BUTTS, The Druggist.
“On the Corner.”
John H. D’voanx 111.
John H. Deveaux, the well known
eolored politician, at present oollector
of customs, -at it ill. His
condition has been alarmiDg, but ia
now somewhat improved. He is a
(good man and bat been an influence
A Success *
Our Closing Out Sale has met with so much
success the past weeK decided not
only to sell
At Cost, but to include all Silk and Flannel
Waists, Underskirts, and Eiderdown .Jack-
* We are determined to close them out and
Can be secured in the above lines-
THE BRUNSWICK TIMES.
Hal tiie Crowds With Him.
The Quaker Doctor has the crowds
with him. Around his s>and near
PolbiU’s drug store last night the
streets were packed with people and
be gave them all a good show.
Advertise in The Times.
for good among his people. As an of
fice-holder in Brunswick he won ihe
confidence and esteem of the people,
find The Times voices the sentiments
cif a large number in wishing for him
an early and complete recovery.
THE COMING OF
Those Who Are On This Fa-*
mous Island and To
PALACE TRAINS GO ON YESTERDAY
From N w York to Jikyl and Florida
Pdntr-Marj Gu#str Hava Waited For
Thes’ to Bring Them.
On Jekyl Island many members of
the club will spend a pleasant winter.
Those who have been there for several
weeks past ar Mrs. C. S. Maurioe, of
Athens, Ps,, in their pretty cottage;
Mr. S’ruthers and family of Penney 1
vania, in their oottage; Mr. O. Bright
and Dean and Mrs. HoHmao, of New
York, at the club house.
Among the guest who are exp°cted
down ibis week are Mr. K. Hubbard
and family, of Clayton, Conn., who
will spend a month or two in the Fair
bank oottage; Mr. Dunbar Wright and
family, of New York, who will be at
the club bouse for some time; Mr. A.
[B. Chftln and family of Lakewood, N .
J., who Will also be guests of the club
Mr. N. K. Fairbank, of Chicago, who,
with Ids family, have always been such
popular me mbers of the club, arospend
ing the winter in Egypt and their
presence will be greatly missed from
the social life of Jekyl. It is beamed
wi'h pleasure that next season) they
w.li resume their tbei.lsnd.
The tGTrough speoial from .vewA'idiAii
to Florida wka put on yesterday and
leaves New York about noon, arriving
here the following day at noon. This
will bring the Jekyl visitors in
numbers, many of whom have b’en
waiting for this palaoe train,and from
noMf on the island will have many vis
itors. The Southern baa out a special
Jekyl Island folder advertising this
train over lheir route.
A TOKEN OF ESTEEM.
Retiring Trainmas’er Wright Pres<n'?d
Watch > <] Chain.
Wuyorogs, Ga., Jan . 15 . —(Sped*! to
The Tiraea.J— Former Trainmaster W.
If. Wright, of the Plant System, was
to";day presented with a handsome
watch charm and chain by his numer
ous friends and former associates. On
one side of the charm was designed a
locomotive, anil on the locomotive was
inscribed, “S., F. & \V. Ky.” 7be re
vere aide of the charm bore the In
scription, “W. If. Wright. From hie
friends on the Sfcond Division cf the
Plant System. Jan, Ist, 1900.” Chief
Dispatcher Harville mcdi the presen
tation speech, which was el*quently
replied to by Mr. Wright. “Billie”
Wright, as his friends delight to oall
him, began his railroad career ae a
flagman eighteen years ago. He has
men successively to the position of
Train Master, which he rdicquisbed
a few days ago. He has more friends
than there are cross-ties between Sa
vannah and Jacksonville, and every
friend wiebes him abundant euooess
wherever he may oast his lor. A man
of exceptional ability, be will not be
allowed to remain long out of harness.
Mr. M. J. Monahan, of Cinoya, W.
Va., has a position as train dispatcher
with the Plant System here.”
BRUNSWICK GA. TUESDAY MORNING JANUARY 16 1900
PROBABLE CHANGE IN
Captain R. Ernest Dart To
Retire From the Rifle
WILL RON AGAINST DUNN FOR MAJOR
Si Liegt. Jaok Styles of the Naval M li'ia
to Be Named As Dart’s Suooesaor—This
the Latest Move In Military Ciroles
Military circles and the publ'o gen
erally will be interested in learning
that Cspt. K. Ernest Dart, the present
oommander of ti e Brunewiok Kifl>
men, will not tea candidate for re
eleotion at the ooming election on
February lat, but will be a candidate
for major of the new battalion of ihe
First regiment, which has been form
ed of the B’atesboro
and Brunswick oompanier. Asa
contestant for the position of major of
this new battalion Captain Dart will
have Obtain Frank A. Dunn, the well
%ni*n young military man who was
recently tranefefltad at Colonel Law
ton’s rrquest from Ihe Fourth to the
First regiment. This wi 1 make the
race a very pretty one. Capt. Dari
has been the commanding t nicer of
the K flemen five year*, and is now
the senior officer of the new battalion.
I i¥ li
Not 111 '*
for, we now announce
the 2nd and 3rd prizes
drawn by the judges.
FIRST PRIZE ....2355- 4842.
Howard Waff, Phil S. Far
mer, Roland A. Mullins.
If you have of these num
bers call immediately,
KENNON MOTT, D. 0.
215 NEWCASTLE STREET.
Timk by wire daily from Washington. Officla
Inspector of watches for Southern Rail
Capt, Dunn has been prominently
mentioned for the place, and both
have friends at work in their reap! -
p-~- - .
With the retirement of Cap'. Dart
the Riflemen will probably name ae
his successor ex-Lieut. Jack C. Styles,
one of the former oSoere of the Bruns
wick Nayal Militia, and a very prom
inent and popular looal military man.
He would make an excellent com
manding officer, and will probably ac
cept the position which is almost cer
tain to be teldered bun.
“A Heart As Stu'dy As AN O k.”.
But what about the blood wbicb the
heart must pump at the rata of 70
times a minute? If the heart is to be
sturdy and the nerves strong this
blood must be rich and pure. Hood’
Sarsaparilla makes sturdy bear’s be
cause U makes good blood. It gives
to men aod woman strength, confi
dence, courage and endurance.
Hoods Pills are non-irritating and
the only cathartic to take with Hood’s
A Former Brunswickian Lands
Easy in Sunny Florida
DESIGNATED BY TAMPA TRIBUNE.
To “Do” the Plant System Resorts For the
Season of 1900 —A Good Mania a Good
Place and H ,w He Got There.
The duties of special correspondent
for the riant System hotels in Flor
ida, with headquarters at the Tampa
Bay, for the present season have been
vested in the Tampa Tribune, and that
paper has designated Mr. Edwin D.
Lambright, ita associate editor, to this
important work. Mr, Lambriglu, who
is well known in Brunswick and ell
over the South as one of the’beet wri
ters of prose and poetry in the
line of regular newspaper work,
will furnish the press with
newsy letters from the famous
Plant Systerjn resorts during this
season. Lambright is a rare geniu’,
who was in a Bruns
wick newspaper' cffloe, where he con
tributed notes from the publio soho-ils
here. Hr gradually expanded, and at
the timd of his departure from Bruns
wick /some mouths ago, wag correV
spondent from Southeast Georgia for
a nujnber of prominent Northern pa.
and a regular contributor to Sev
iforwaß made after'repeated overtures
Tram th# head of Tampa’s live newspa
per, ai <i In.- being named as corre
epondent for the Plant Sjstem’s ho
tels, Is but another evidence of his
worth as a writer and geniality as a
man. A speoial favorite of John Ken
drick Bang’, Thomas Nelson Page,
anJ a do7.“n other literary celebrities,
Lambright has proven hisabili'y to’
hold his own in any field of literary
endeavor, and the romances of sunny
Florida will find no more able drlinea
tor in proee or verse, than the young
newspaper man from Brunswick. The
people of his home city will watch hie
career with much interest, and wish
for him the suooesg that genius de
Death of Mrs. Beriaok.
Brunswick friends of the family
were pained to learn yesterday of the
death of Mrs, Berlack, who formerly
lived here, at, her home in Jackson
ville. Mrs. Borlack was the mother
of Mr. Abe and Mies Minnie
Berlack, two popular young people
who visit Brunswick often, and the
sympathy of many frierde go out, to
them in their sorrow.
A Thonsand Tongues
Could not exgresß the rapture ol Annie IC.
Springer, of 1125 Howard street, Philadel
phia, Pa., when ehe found that Dr. King’s
New Discovery for consumption bad com
pletely cured her of a hacking cough that
for many years had made life a burden.
All other remedies and doctors oould give
her no help, but she says of this royal cure
—“it soon removed the pain In my chest
and I can now sleep soundly, something I
can scarcely remember doing before. I
feel like sounding its praises throughout
the universe.” Bo will every one who tries
Dr. King's New Discovery for any trouble
of the throat, chest or lungs. Price soc
and SI.OO. Trial bottle free at all drug
tores, every bottle guaranteed.
Name on Each Piece
Tampa Bay Hotel Open.
I'tie Tampa Bay Hotel, one of the
Plant Syi tern’s famous winter resort
betels, is now opoa and ready for the
reception if guests. Manager Dick ia
one or the best known hotel men in
the world, and hU management of
Florida’s noted bostoly will prove far
more successful this year than ever,
vieilors from Brunswick ahd Jekyl
wf 1 libd ; in him an ideal host and in
InsikUcs a veritable pslaoe.
Every Member of th- Household,
rqjcvoisjire o( talking about .Cheney’a
have given it to W
jape wsfcoi. . r. *• -,
jjp f Jwh will
K. Booster, Richmond, Va.
Lewis Dennis, Salem, lnd M saye, ‘‘Kodol
Dyspepsia Cure did me mote go,id than
anything I over took.” It digests what
you eat and cannot help but cure dyspep
sia and stomach troubles, W. J. Butts.
Annual Mark Down Sale
LADIES'JACKETS and CAPES
Beginning Monday, January
15th, and continuing until our a
winter stock is disposed of.
From $lB.OO down to $ll.OO
From $15.00 down to $9.50
From $12.50 down to $B.OO
From $ll-50 down to $7.50
From $8.50 down to $5.00
From $O.OO down to $3.75
From $4.50 down to $2.50
THE OLD RELIABLES. jj* .
PRICK FIVE CENTS
A B'ekleei Headliner.
Tbs headliner of the Savannah Pros™
is, to say the least, a reckless In
dividual, In yaaterday’s issue
heads a Wayoresi dispatoh r<2|
tive to small pox ai if it cams from'
Brunswick, and in other ways man*
aged to oenvey a false impression at
to the contents of the various appeMA
login the paper. Editor Stovall ahoulcf
oall bla young mao down.
From Andrew Carnagie’s Town.
Many of the employees in the fact
praise it higdPS
Joe Nfljßifrhttm, Fltu
You never know what form oiß
poison will follow constipation. Keefl
liver clean by using DeWltt’s
Kisers and you will arold trouble,
are famous ltttle pills for cons^|
I and liver and bowel trouble*. W. J.™
Ladies' Capes. J
From $ll.OO down to s6.o(|:
From $7.00 down to s4.2iP>
From $5.00 down to $3.25 J
From $4OO down to-S2.TSB
From $3,00 down to $2.00*
From $2.00 down to sl.3Ejh
From $1.50 down to SI.OCUI