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In cut glass or silver are the
most lasting and appreciated.
We have a fine line of
French china that we are of
fering at very low prices. *
Your inspection solicited.
Jeweler and Graduate Optician;
>■• 215 Newcastle Street,
Inspector ot TV .tehee tor Sonthern KaUwej. TlnKi uy Wire dsuy.troni W.eUtnaton
Coney & Parker
Coal and Wood, Brick,
Lime, Cement, Plaster, Hair, Laths.
Phone 18- 525 Bav St.
With a Dunlap or Stetson Hat.
If the wager is for Shoes Burt and
Packard are Standard, fit either
Democratic or Republican
Heads and Feet.
Either Gold or Siever Taken.
25 pair Ladies button Shoes nar
row toes 1 to I in size, price former
ly 53.00, until sold they go for
BKUNSWICK TIMES-CALL, NOVEMBER 7, 1900,
Morals Tinoi Out n
Although the election here yester
day waa a very quiet one, a large cum
ber ot vote* were polled and the raoe
ot Congressman Brantley was an ex
cellent one. Tbe polls opened at the
mual hour and during the forenoon
there waa never a rush, but about 4
o’clock tbe workingmen etarted in and
until a few minute? before eloelog
there waa a large crowdat tbe eland.
All day a number of dam,*fetf
beadedby Col, F, K* Twluy v ’worked'
for a large, majority 'and ttjey'got it.
The also had quite * .gum*
berof workers, mostly oolored iu
Tbe total vote oaet was 838.
Following is the official result In
Bryan T. ;1. .V.'f. '. .. 933
MoKinlcy, :• 183
Bryan’s dlajorirj4i. 44*
For Congress— fpPjff
W. G. Brantley •. 085
W. H. Harston 149
The national popnltet ticket
ceired four rotee, as did the problb’i
tiou tioket. *
No returns wore received fro® tbe
county preoincte last pight bays ex
peeted that Mr. Brantley’s majority in
this oounty will reaeb 700.
■ t:jf IT WAS DOLL. J
Notwithstanding tbe fact that yea
t ' : y* '
terday was election day in Brunswick
tbe oity looked viry dull, tfp to 4
o’olook very few people were oh thei'
•treats. After that [time there was a
little excitement around the poll*.
, TO 1118 STORY.
Trioy tbe man arrested
pfcarged with tb murderer Conductor
Latimer, stinks to bis original etory
kod so far he ~b’s not oontrad’eted
himself in the ieawt. Griffin ays he
wiil prove an alibi, but those who
kootv say thia is impassible for him to
do as they have '’evidence which will
send him to tbe- giliuws.
OPEN AO AIN .
The l>qaoreßtaklia bluest of B. Ltvi
son is gin opened, a set>lemeut be
tween the bankrupt and the creditors
having been arranged. Mr. Sigmund
Lsvison i < again it tbs uld stand and
will continue til* business.
If yon watt yon will be norry. Poopls
take qutnino lor It, and when they
are well, the effects of la Grippe
and quinine together, often cause
JOHNSON'S CHILL H
Cure* in a Day or Night.
No bad effects are felt and won don't
have to pnt yonrsalf on a steady diet
of ltyju you do with quinine.
Mr.. W. "W. Caldwell, of Chicago,
writes that eight doses taken in one
day cured him completely. It win
600. per bottle if it cures.
Not one cent It It does not core.
- Continued from Page Eight,
Jesup. Nojr. fi.—Wayne county gives
Brantley a majority of IK).
APPLING BY 500,
Baxley, Nov. 6.—This [county give
Brantley a majority of 500.
SMALL IN COFFEE.
Douglas, Oct. 6.—Brantley gets Cof
fee county by 50 votes.
CLINCH BY 170.
Clinch county gives Congressman
Brantley a majority of 170.
Tradera Hill, Nor. 6.—Th e county
wo carried by Congressman Brantley
St Magys, Nov: B.—Four preeincts
lit bounty Stive Brantley 50 mi
j<*i, precincts yet to be heard
•3?" • un&fe
Eestman, Rdife; county
give* Brantley a tnajortty of 850.
A number of prom
tans gathered at tbe olice ft 00r,,-
man Brantley last
turns were received
n enjoy abHo®*,-* After pafay haW"
some of fife first from
York things got to bo quiet, verjhpjrt
V& whenreporter ' ; * ft
scene *flpod v JokfrlJteS*-
xrowjHaid those McKinley reports
f eut against the grain.
Itaiuger Wo lffe \^er"qu H
Sfc’wfi at tbe opern house laat night and
all were amused beyond expectation.
Several prize fights, a cake walk and
many other things caused the hours to
pass swiftly by.
I ltrnnswlck-mado Candies. You’ll i
find all kinds at Lloyd's,
WANTED.—Colored man who reasd
and writes to prepare for traveling.
SSO monthly aod expenses, * Send self
addressed envelope. IVevdnnt Mo-
Brady, 858 Dearborn, Übiotgo.
■-# • •
B. J. ULEWINE
Belling, Heating, Repairing,
We sell Cleveland, Monaseh, Crawford,
Eagle. Elk, Dixie,
Best of Wheels for the
Gerrnau DIU Pickles in bulk..
Sour Cucumber Pickles in bulk
Cape Cod Cranberries;
I it’s good, wo have it.
-N K 15v.
> OLD FASHIONED
! Molasses Candy.
| “is Ever Unexcelled.” 10 Cents.
j W J BUTTS, The Druggist.
“On the Corner.” _
Brown Drug Cos.
Are headquarters for 'everything in the drug line.
Our stock of I oilet Articles is complete We
carry the finest stock of Soaps and Per
fumery in the city.-
; Prescriptions accurately compounded by compe
tent men day or night.
Opera Glasses for Rent.
BROWN DRUG CO.
Druggists to the People.
* - ■“
IE T GS s
In tapestry 22x
Bb 75c and up
wards, in latest designs and
patterns. Fresh and new
goods arriving weekly.
See our new
ill ud dipt:
LOOK THE CTRLD OVER
CREAM OF KENTUCKY
SI.OO PER QUART; $4,00 PER GALLON.
NOT MADE BY AiTRUST'
1. Tragar & Cos., Independent Distillers:
in BraunswickJlby v j
FR -• DOUGL.AS,
206 Bay Street] * .. ..
This is as true of Jjthe Fur
niture business as of state
craft, wtfurally, we we have
considerable pride in being
Quite a strong expression, but
quite easily proven—the fur
niture and prices to be the
evidence, you to be both judge
and jury. Come and be con