AT THE GRAND.
▲ MILK WHITE TONIGHT
Hoyi’s store on 'he citizen soldier;
entitled “A Milk White Ping" la a
comirg attraction which will afford
abundant iiuuirmtlt for 'heatre go
era. Th ao 1 ion el iba Rtnsome Guards
a crack military company, in elebrirg
to membership a man of whose death
the numbers have Jut heard, so as to
have a military funeral that will make
the rival military organization tarn
green with euvy. is the amusing Paris
of the farce. The supposed oorp'e
proves to be very mnob e'ire, and the
f A Muji WmrefiAG
complications that ensue are worked
out with Hoyt’s usual cleverness at
characterization, and his skill at com
bining effective stage devices, funny
linra, mirthful situations, pleasant
rauaio and good dancing. The whole
forma a delightful entertainment,
with just enough purpose to give con
tinuity to the pity, but not enough to
disturb the enjoyment of eaoh inci
dent for itself alone. There ia a plot
to swindle a life insurance oompany
which is olevsrly introduced and in
J. W. Bryan, of Lowder, Illinois,
'write*: “My little hoy was very low
with pneumonia. Unknown to the
dootor. we gave him Foley’* Honey and
Tar. The reiult was magtoal and puz
zled the dootor, as it. immediately stop
ped the ranking cough, and be quiokly
For sprain*, swelling* and lamonou Uioß
nothin* so ood as Oiamborlatn’s Pain llalm
Tr it* For sale at I'r. Bishop’s drmr store.
■v rAliy^# 4
. for mankind -
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which the supposed corpaej&gjhree con
spicuously. A large company ia re
quired, which include* a number of
pretty girls as vivtridlerres, messeo
ger~boy, standard bearers, etc, The
Ransoms Guards military band in
tbeir flashy uniforms, is also a promi
nent feature. Unlike most military
companies, this ODe contains only one
private. This private is the principal
comedian of the oompany, and Little
Chip is featured in the part. “A
Milk White Flag” comes tonight.
"A Milk White Flag” Company car
ries a splendid band and orchestra.
Manager Wolffs has arranged for an
open air conoert by the b&gd in front
of the opera house about 7:46.
The local military will attend the
performance tonight in large num
“A Milk White Flag” will please
Brunswiok as muob as Ward & Voltes
| did. You cannot afford to mias it.
UKCOMMENDS IT TO TRAINMEN.
G. H. Ilzusan, Lime, 0., enginseei
L. E. & W. railroad, writes: “1 bave
been troubled a great deal with back
ache. I was induced to try Filey’s
Kidney Cure, and one bottle entirely
relieved mo. 1 gladlyreoommend .it
to any one, especially my friends
among tbe trainmen, who are usually
. aiAlKMWnui I'flCfcMSKlX. stANlMtt* a. me
The liability to disease is greatly
lessened when the blood ia in good con
dition, and the circulation healthy and
vigorous. For then all refuse matter
is promptly carried out of the system;
otherwise it would rapidly accumulate
—fermentation would take place, the
blood become polluted and the consti
tution so weakened that a simple
malady might result seriously.
A healthy, active circulation means
good digestion and strong, healthy
Asa blood purifier and tonic S. S. S.
has no etiual. It is the safest and best
remedy for old people and children
because it contains no minerals, but is
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No other remedy so thoroughly and
effectually cleanses the blood of im
purities. At the
jjr’N K® same time it builds
Maa, 'V>w m up the weak and de
a. bilitated, and reno-
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tem. It cures permanently all mannes
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Mr. . E. Kelly, of Urbans, 0.. writes 1
‘•fhadEoeem* on my hand* end face for
five years. It would break out la little
S'* jpuetdles, oruete would form end
off, leaving the ekln red end iafliua-
The doctor* did me no good. I need
15 medloefced soaps and salves without
flt. 8. 8. 8. cured me, end my skin
dear and aa eay ona%^^
!HiWor T v^&
Ues of 8. B. 8. put ble blood In good con
dition and the Bolls disappeared.
Send for our free book, and write
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IMS SWIFT specific CO., ATUUfIi, M.
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m-- .he /> Hw CM Y# Has Always Bought
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Large quantity of oak atpfine wood
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Slany of your friente, or people
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consumption, pneumonia, of other fa
tal [diseases, by neg'eot of a simple
cold or cough. Foley’s Honey and
Tar, a safe, sure and pleasant cough
medicine, would bave taved'thetn. It
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o t *~A<r " V||Pf
piompt acting little pills
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MONK BTREKT. BRUNSWICK. GA
Contractor and Builder,
,119 South Stonewall Street.
Bbunswiok, - Georgia.
A Committee Appointed to Cboote
The Macjn Telegraph of yeoterday
“The executive council of the Geor
gia Bankers’Association met h-re yes
terday m irmr g at 9 o’olock in the of
fices of the American National bark
ard appointed a committee to prepare
a program and aeleot a place for 'be
bankers’ association to meet next year.
Tbis ootnm" tee i#composed as follow-:
The presid-nt of the aeeoclstior, the
chairman of ' be executive council, arc
retary of the association, J. A. G.
Carson and E. D. Walter of Bruns-
“These gentl-m-o will proceed at
ooee to make their seleotion of a plate
and to prepare the program, bat up to
this time they have not made up tbeir
mind*. They will also oonsidertba
other matters which are outlined aa
work for the state aseocistion, and will
provide for them in the program that
ia to be arranged.
“The following were those in attend
“E. T. Hardwick of Dalton, presi
dent of the state association; P. B.
May of Augusta, obairman of .‘ibv ex
ecutive committee; C. E. Beach, Co
lombo*; F. 8. Etheridge, Jackson; E.
D, Walter, Bruuawick; E. B. Cope
land, Greensboro; J. T. Anderson,
By using Smith’s Bure Kidney Cure
has made a radical cure for me. I
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seventeeq years, and although I tried
every well recommended remedy, fail
ed to receive any relief other than tbe
most temporary. Finally (commenced
the uae of year medicine, and a very
abort sourae of treatment with it has
oared me. . Lehman, Memphis, Tenn.
Price SO cents. For sale by all drug
Many people worry because they believe
they have heart disease. The chances are that
their heart* are all rtaht bat their etomaeba
are unable to digest food. Kodol tryapepaia
Care digests whnt you eat and prevents the
formation of gas which trikes the stomach
press agalnat the heart. It will sure every
rm of ladqpMtma. W. J. Batts.
Jte* W Hats.
' ' lf> " v ' i ' i | sl *P***
iMKfwn in our
Trimmed sad Untriamed Felt Eijk
In variety of ahnpes, atyles and color*,
Wh have bought and made them np to sell
to those who desire something serviceable, yet
pretty; good, bat low priced.
These ere right and priced right.
HISS KATE SLATER,
sot WLOUCKSTEK ST.,
Money lo Lend
on Improved Real Estate.
Apply to W. Merchant, Secretary, or
F. E. Twltty, Attorney, of the
ATLANTIC INVESTMENT CO.
E. S. PLUMB,
Practical and Scientific
nthe shop on Oglethorpe street,
etween Mansfield end Howe.
A trial will conylnce you thaiTe knews
I j With a fine effervescence andricti^B
■ brilliac y with rare ■
1I ff ha j in s a most excellent hop ■
1 families it has become a household 8
1 1 necessity*
HI BrunswicK Wholesale Wine & Liquor
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Passenger Mlaed Paa#*oger Hixed
CO am 546 pm... tv Brunavrldk ar SSOpm.... lOOnarn....
ettsm.... SCO pel... ar WayoWaa lv 4iePm.... 7 30am.
IXSOnm... 145 am... ar Tittoa lv 150 pm 116 am
U 4ft pm... Soo am . lv Tift lon ar 2 00are„
4 10pm... etsun... ar Charleston lv 12 16pm
V.A WAYCKOSa A MONTGOMERY.
SJrTia m... 11 60 am... at Birmingham lv 4 05 pm
e seam f M pas... at ftaanville lv 9 00am..
VI A WWWRVaH AND CHARLESTON.
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8 >9am.. 7 25pm . Ar Klclimoud l-v 0 05am ,*....**•
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; llfipio. 700 am , Ar New York Lt 296 pm
1 BETWKkF oRUNHWICH AND SAVANNAH VIA JEBUP.
- jai Savaanah It 896 pp A ._| SOO pm, t
l>irect connection made at WaYeroaa with Pnliman Sleeping Cars foi all poiata.
Between J# Tampa. Key West and Havana.
GOING. Mm BBTUBNING
I,v Port Tampa 11 ou pm JluSiPira. Sat Ar Port Tampa 2 SO am Thnr. Sun. and Toes.
Ar Key Witt 3Oi pm TucffflHVnn Lv Key West 10 OOp. m. Wed. Bat. and M0n.....
Lv Key \4 r.t v oft pm Sunday Ar Key West 9 00 pro Wed. Sat. and Mon. ...
Ar llatut s ft'ini WtffKvpbn Lv Havana 2 SC pm Wed. Sat. and Mon.
n'- Whin ih" liquids cone from out
•7 r j¥fißr Stock. We ourry such a flue line of
Wines and Liqaors —..—
W'Ti that It is impovslhla to find a brand
/ Jwhich it not uieaalug in soma point,
iy'-W-T j V *THw|Ei Theta goods are fullv raatured,
have a fine rich body and mellow
-& \ Excellent for family or any use.
i V- DOUGLAS.
J. J. LISI^ER,
■Groceries, Tobacco, [Flour, Bacon and
GRAIN, HAY AND BRAN A SPECIALTY.
216 Bay Street, Brunswick, Georgia.
W- H. BOWEN
Of Stone. Brick and Frame Bnildino’