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Theßee Hive. The Bee Hive.
A Complete Assortment of the
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foroW|®V HIGH GRADE
\l Muslin Sheets 'll
WFiiDey and WFENCL'-y
Pillow Cases always in stock.
We are endeavoring to show you ihe newest in Mid-Summer Novelties.
See the new POLKA DOT VELVET RIBBONS! Comes in black and
Royal Blue, satin backs.
Nos. 12 width, suitable for Belts, per yd 2?c-
Nos. 5 width, suitable for Ties, per yd 15c
New Ribbon Belts. We show exclusively the new Velvet Ribbon Belts!
Black Velvet Ribbon Belts: made of No. 22 black velvet ribbon, satin back,
with strings of No. $ ribbon, each 50 Cents.
THE LATEST-ONLY A FEW TO SELECT FROM.
VELVET RIBBON BELTS. VELVET RIBBON BELTS.
Made ol two strips No. 5 Satin Back Velvet Itib- made of three strips No. 5 Satin Bsck Velvet
bon with embroidered while silk cord edge . Ribbon with embroidered white silk cord edge
EACH 60c. ; EACH 750.
New line all siik Satin Ribbon Belt* each ilfic. | New line all Slk TafTeta Ribbon Belts, each 500
Nickel and Black Rings, suitable for making Pulley Belts, per pair 3c.
The Bee Hive, j The Bee Hive.
Phil S. Farmer, Proprietor. 213 Newcastle st„ Brunswick, Ga.
J. J. LISSNER,
Groceries, Tobacco, Flour, Bacon and
GRAIN, HAY AND BRAN A SPECIALTY.
216 Bay Street, Brunswick, Georgia.
Shirt - Waists
Any Boys’ Shirt Waist in the house
Goods that formerly
50c, 75c and SI.OO.
THE [BRUNSWICK TIMES-CALL, AUGUST 16, 1900,
LEFT FOR HOME.
Bryan Is on the Way to Lincoln,
Chicago, Aug, 15.—W. J. Bryan let
tonight for bis home In Lincoln. He
will remain there for about ten days and
then go to Topeka, where li will be no
tified by the populists of his nomination
for president. He will begin work on
his letter of acceptance of the demo
cratic nomination as soon as ho reaches
home. lie will probab’y withhold the
letter unt.l after President McKinley’s
is given out.
This afternoon Bryan addressed the
United Irish societies at their picnic at
Atlanta, Aug. 15.—The returns from
103 counties are now in tbe comptroll
er's oflise. These counties show a net
gain over last year’s returns of $10,134,-
Tacoma, Wash,, Aug. 15, —The re
publican state convention opened here
| And you will have no
Libby’s Wafer Chip
ped Beef per can 15c'
LABOR DAY COMMITTEE.
Extensive Preparations Are Being
Made For the Celebration.
The committee in ebarge of the La
bor Day oelebration held an enthusi
astic meeting in Federation ball last
AU arrangements have been about
completed for Ihe biggest celtbration
of the kind that Brunswick bss know n
in recent years, and the committee
expressed itself as being well satisfied
with the progress reported.
A number of applications have been
reoeiyed from prominent merchants
for positions in the parade, and the
floats will be handsome.
The committee Is very muob grati
fied at tbe interest the merchants and
business men are taking in the cele
A CIGAR FACTORY.
Mr. Frank Perez, of Tamps, May
Start One Here
There is no doubt but that Bruns
wick would support a flrst-cLsi c'gar
factory and now if three or four busi
ness men will interest themselves a
little a plant will be (stabile! ed be e.
Mr. Frrnk Perez, a prominent cigar
manufacturer of Havanns, Cubs, is
bere for tbe purpose of ascertaining
Brunswick’s advantages for such an
enterprise and tbe Timbs-Cai.i. eincer
ly hopes be will locate here.
TIRED OF WAR.
Commander Prinsloo Says Boers Ate
Disgusted With Kruger.
Cape Town, Aug. 15. —Commander
Prinsloo, who has arrived here, fays he
is tired of war and weleom. s w ilh de
light the prospects for peace. He furth
er states that the Boers are disgusted
with President Kruger,
Havana, Aag 15.—An average cut of
$lO a month lias been ordered in salaries
of all school teachers AU the profes
sors in the university and in the insti
tutes have been decapitated. The ex
amination tor reinstatement began yes
COLORED ODD FELLOWS.
Rome, Aug. 15.—The state convention
of colored Odd Fellows is in session here
this week, and from three to five hun
dred visitors are present. Heavy rain
this morning broke up parade, but the
exercises in the court house were int r
The Brunswick Riflemen yest rdsy
received from tbe state a re-loading
maotnne wbioh tbe company is very
grateful lor. This machine will make
tbe cost of target practice considerable
St. Jude’s church will give an ice
oream festival at the yard on E street
Tuesday evening, August 21st, and
tbe public tnoold liberally patronize
COURT IS OVER.
The August session of the city court
is now at an end, the docket having
been cleared with yesterday’s work.
Tne old Hopkins case was d.smissed.
and J. M. Hoodenpyle found not guilty.
Tbe many friends of Mr. Dedusi
will regret to learn that be is to lo
cate in Birmingham. Mr. Dedusi has
been a resident of this city some
time and has always been an bi nest,
Judge F. W. Dirt will return to
ANI) ALL K.NDS OF
SEETHE “BROWNIE CAMERA,”
W J BUTTS, The Druggist.
“On the Corner.”
D Ffl DR. MOFFETT’S s Allans Irritation, Aids Digestion,
r ——f 9 Ic” r* f)!E II M Regulates the Bowels,
L- B S► ! H 1 ft] 11 Strengthens the Child,
WjT f WlU*!r ] I LLI 11 111 f-\ Makes Teething Easy.
BAB* £ A , 1 M (Teething Powders) I 1 TEETIIINA Relieves the Bowel
ASA^ 6 / Troublescf Children of
\\ Costs only 2a cents at Druggists, any age.
Or mail 25 cents to C. J. MOFFETT, M.D..ST. LOUIS, f'
We Owe Money
and must have money to
meet our bills, therefore
it behooves us to push
collections with a ven
geance, which we propose
to do on the first.
No more CREDIT. 10 per cent off foi cash.
BROWN DRUG CO.
These Hot Summer Nights
Our window suggests how. It is filled with a
beautiful line of
Pyjamas and Night Shirts
From 50c to $1.50. See Them.
THE PALMER SHOE CO
We know it—-Thousands
know it. But do you know
w§ii ,l “n *r
whisky^ the peer of all whis-
Because it has a very fine aroma and llavor. o. f
lire ruse it is THE WHlsKlf for Medici-
Look for our Trade Mark on the label.
j 1. TRAGER & CO., Distillers,
R. V. Douglas, 2UB Bay street, General Agent.