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Theßee Hive. The Bee Hive.
#A Complete Assortment of the
Defender Menfadnrlng Company’s
HIGH GRADK f\
Muslin Sheets X
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
Boyal Blue, satin backs.
Nos. 12 width, suitable for Belts, per yd 25c-
Nos. 5 widih, 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. I VELVET RIBBON BELTS.
Made of two strips No. 5 Satin Back Velvet Kib* [ made of three strip* No 5 Satin Back Velvet
bon with embroidered while mlk cord edge . Ribbon with embroidered white silk cord edge
EACH 000. ? KA( II 750.
New line all silk Satin Ribbon Belt* each 35c. | New line all Slk Taffeta liibbon Belt*, each 500
Nickel and Black Rings, suitable for making Pulley Belts, per pair 3c.
The Bee Hive. j The Bee Hive.
PliilS. Farmer, Proprietor. 213 Newcastle st., Brunswick, Ga.
Coney & Parker
Coal and Wood, Brick,
Lime/Cement, Plaster, llair,'Shingles and Laths.
Phone 18 525 Bav St.
J. J. LISSNER,
WHO I. ICS ALE- *
Groceries, Tobacco, Flour, Bacon and
GRAIN, HAY AND BRAN A SPECIALTY.
21G Bay Street, Brunswick, Georgia.
A few colored ones left, 75c
to $1.50 kind. They are all
treated alike—the price now is
Bome white Waists and wash Skirts left—any
of them AT COST-
Straw Hats at Halt Price
THE JBRUNSWICK TIMES-CALL, AUGUST 21, 1900,
WU IS GUARDED.
Got a setter Wnich Frightened
Three or lour week* ago when tbe
Chinese news made it seem certain
that Minister Conger and tbs other
Americana in Peking bad been butoh
ered, Wu Ting Fang, tbe Chinese min
ister, received a letter that read like
"Wu—We give you juet 48 hours to
get out of the Diatriot with your and
Chinamen. We are 2,500 strong and
you’d better look out.-The Sooiety of
WuTmgFng and bis secretaries
and tbe other members of bis house
hold were muob perturbed. Wu
sought Secretary Hay and showed
bim tbe letter. Secretary Hay laugh
ed. “YV by,” be said, “men in public
life get that kind of a letter very fre
quently end never pay any attention
The minister went back to the lega
tion satisfied. Meanwbile Secretary
Hay had a conference with M,jor
Frank Sylvester, the ruperintendent
of the Diatriot. police.
•‘Toere Isn't one obsnee in a thou
sand that anybody will attempt to at
tack tbe Chinese minister or the lega
tion,” said Secretary Hay, “but we
must guard against tbe tbousaodetb
chance. Put some policemen on guard
at the legation.”
Major Sylvester selected six of bis
best men, put them in plain olotbes
and placed them at tbe legation. They
work two at a time lu eight hour
trioks, and will watoh tbe legation
night and day until the trouble is
over and all danger of an attaok on
Wu is past.
And you will have no
Libby’s Wafer Chip
ped beef per can 15c
COUNCIL lET IN
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ular city treasurer,
Harvey’ia bond, and in the Uaited States
Fide ity and Casua’ty Company of
Baltimore for $15,000, and he has noti
fied the bond company of his apparent
shortage, and requested them to send an
expert to examine hie books The
Times. Call has, like the majority of
Brunswickiana, tbe greateit confidence
in Treasurer Harvey and there is noth
ing in this case that the most ca'eful
investigation would warraut in casting
any suspicion on him. He is compara
tively a young man and has a large and
devoted family consisting of a wife and
seven children, His family are of the
home loving kind and no member of it
is add cted to ex'ravagance in tbe slight
Mr. Hai vey is a temperate young man
that has no bad habits and does not
speculate or indulge in sny of the co m
mon evils of the day. During the per
iod that the apparent shortage is shown
he was eDjoying an income of nearly
S4OO per month ano he has never lived
in a manner that would justify tho be
lief that his expenses were half the
amount He inherited property from his
father that paid him about $175 per
month while his salary as treasurer was
SIOO and his income from his insurance
business was SIOO each per month .
His life has been a model for yiuog
men and there is nothing oonneoted
with his entire oareer since ohildbood
that would cause the slightest breath
of luspioion against fan banesy.
“Hammie” Harvey, as he is familiarly
known has no personal enemita He
has been antagonized politically bui
there is not a man or woman in tbi*
community that can or will say ou gh'
against him personally. He has been
a friend of the poor and the needy
have never gone from him empty
handed. In the sunshine and thiduw
of lift in this community he has stood
for all that is true and good in man
kind and now that be is troubled by the
errors that bad bookkeeping has most
probably brought about, there will be
many hands outstretched to extend to
him tbe siuoe'e feelings of friendship
and many expressions to show to him
that those who have known him since
boyhood have the u most confidence
in bis honesty and integrity. The
Times Call extends to him the right
band of good fellowship and wishes
the investigatin' l * speedy one, confi
dent that it can only result in good
for him and that which he bolds dearer
than life Itself—persons! honor.
The real estate men are on the rush
right about now and many sales are be
ing made daily, wuile tbe renting busi
ness Is at its height. A prominent real
estate man told a reporter yesterday
that August was always a busy month in
their business, but this month of the
present year was unusually so
He added that his firm had mad
some sales and good ones within the
past twenty-tour hours and that several
more wore on foot. The number of va
cant houses are few and Indications
point to a big increase in the volume of
the real estate in the neur future.
The rnsDy friends of Major W. S,
Greene will be gad to learn that be
has about recovered from bis .recent
attaok at bis old home in Virginia.
For tbe finest grades of Pickles
Cokes, Preserves, eto., oali at PeVoe’s.
Capt. B. A. White is up after an ill
ness of several days,
Nioe, yellow Yams, to be found at
Disinfect Your Homes
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
In Glutei [¥ W~
Use any of my brands of WINES AND
LIQUORS and nature will be greatly lini
assisted in the work of rccnpera;ion. \.-^k
My goods are of excellent quality, and 8, J
hare been botiled and matured under c9£fi££lra / ]■
our immediate supervision, Each JnMH| /-Jl
brand has been sel- cted becuuse of some 1
special merit. Find out which suits. 4 I
PRICES TO SUIT. HP \ \
T. NEWMAN, nST* jUtf
Bay Street, Brunswick, Ga. Jtr
We know it—Thousands
know it. But do you know
the peer of all whis-
Because it has a very fine aroma and tlavor.
Beiause it is smoot h and palatable. afr&T*
Btciuse it is THE WHISK F for Medici-
Look for our Trade Mark-on the label,
I. TKAGER & CO., Distillers,
Cincinnati, Ohio. -**■*,*.
R. V- Douglas, 208 Bay street, General Agent.