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Muslin Sheets 'll.
Pillow Cases always in stock.
We are endeavoring to show you the 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 KIBBON BELTS. VFLVET RIBBON BELTS.
Made of two strips No. 5 Satin Back Velvet Rib- made of three strips No. 5 Satin Back Velvet
bon with embroidered white silk oord edge s Ribbon with embroidered white silk cord edge
EACH COo. , EACH 750.
New line all silk Satin Ribbon Belts each 35c. | New line ail Slk Taffeta Ribbon Belts, each 600
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.
A lew colored ones left, 75c
to $1.50 kind. They are all
treated alike—the price now is.
Some white Waists and wash Skirts left —any
of them AT COST-
Straw Hats at Half Price
THE [BRUNSWICK TIMES-CAIL, AUGUST 17, 1900,
LOCAL AND PERSONAL
Capti A. F. Churchill oame over
from Savannah yesterday.
The amusements at the fair grounds
today will begin at 3:30 o’clock sharp.
NO BASEBALL NEWS.
The Times-Call’s Staff Correspondent
111 in Selma.
Whether or not the Brunswick base
ball club played in Selma yesterday is
not known as nothing was heard from
Mr. Louis J. Leavy, Jr., the corre
spondent of the T iMjrs Cali, was taken
suddenly ill in the Alabama city, and
n > report was receiyed.
The club may nave decided not to
play the last game and in that event
thoy will be home today.
“PALACE OF SWEETS.”
Notice is directed to the “ad” of
this enterprising establishment on the
6tb page of this issue. This is a home
Institution, and should reoeive the
patronage of the public.
And you will have no
Libby’s Wafer Chip
ped Beef per can 15c'
filiations for tie M
Ml At SavaimaL
RULES ARE SIRIN6ENE
Contest to Begin on Sept.
3rd, and is Confined to
the Georgia Troops.
Atlanta, Aug. 15. —The rifla and
carbine c intest, to take pises on the
range at Savannah, September 3rd and
4th, is attracting a good deal of atten
tion among the expert shots conneoted
with the Georgia state troops, and the
men who propose taking part in these
contests are devoting a good deal of
their leisure time to praotioe. Savan
nah has had a floe rifle range for many
years, and at other points in the Slate
where such a thing is needed, steps
are being taken to seoure a rifle range
for target practic*. The meet at Sa
vannah, in September, wil', in sli
probability, show material for a half
dozen Sea Girt teams. A'lanta will
send two teams. Macon, it is said,
will send at least three, and Albany
three. Savannah can be relied upon
to have at least four teams oo the
range, and it may be that the Macon
itea will also show up with ■ meciauk
shots. The Atlanta marksmen are oo
tbeir range early and late theao warm
days, and it is said that the orack of
the rifle will soon be beard on au up
to-date range at Macon. For the ben
efit of the military of the State, and
particularly those members of it. who
propose eoteriog the contest, Times
Cali, publishes below the general
order from the adjutant-general of
the state authorizing tbs shoo*, and
the rules for conducting the same,
carefully prepared by George T. Cann i
inspeotor-general of rifle praotioe in
this State, who is conceded to be one
of the finest rifle shots in the Sou' h :
State of Georg a, Adju’aiit-Genersl’
Oflice. Atlanta, G., Aug. 8, 1900
Generals’ Orders, No. 14.
1. The s coud aunual rifle and oar
bine competition for the Georgia state
troops will be held at the state range,
at Savannah, September 3rd and 4 b,
inclusive, under the direotion of the
inspto'or-general of rifle praotice.
2. Regimental, or company, com
manders will make details of competi
tors from their organizations, not to
exoeed five men from any company,
and forward notice of the sime to the
inspector-general of riflu practice, at
Savannah, at least tbrae days before
September 3rd. Any number if teams
of tlve from any regiment or company
may eiiter the competitioo, but. trans
portation and per diem will not be al
lowed except for one team of five meo
from any company.
3, A sum of money, which, in the
opinion of the inspeotor-geoeral of
rifle practice, is amply suflicent to
pay transportiun and per diem for
two days at 73 cents per day for each
man of teams of not more than five
from each oompany has been set
aside for trasportation and per diem. I
Sbould suob amount be Insufficient for]
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A Safegua and to Disease.
We Sell in Any Quantity.
W J BUTTS, The Druggist.
“On the Corner.”
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
K£<?ks\ know it. But do you know
jjFjwswfg W hat the
the peer of all wliis-
Becauseit has a very flue aroma and flavor.' _'
Bei ause it is smooth anil palatable. i-tVrVrv
litcmse it is THE WillsKY for Medici-
TRY IT AND BE CONVINCED.
Look for our Trade Mark on the label.
I. TRAGER & CO., Distillers,
R. V. Douglas, 2uß Bay street, General Agent.
such purposes each oompany contest
ing will reoiive only its pro rata of
suob fund acc rJing to the distance
traveled from home station. Accounts
for transportation and per diem under
this paragraph will be paid through
the adjutant-general’s office when
duly certified tu by inspector-general
of rifle praotice.
4. Team captains will report to the
inepeotor-general of rifle practice im
mediately after reaching Savannah.
5, The regulations in full for
the government of the competition,
prepared by Col. Gso. T. Cion, in
spector-general ot rifle practioe, are
hereby adopted and published for the
guidance of all concerned.
0. Information as to railroad rates
for transportation can be bad by ap
plying to Col. Geo. TANARUS, Cano, inspec
tor-general of r fls praotice, Savaonab,
By order ot the governor.
Rhii G. Bybd,