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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Brunswick Gazette — 26 July 1900

VOL. XI. B. M. BATCHELDBR. ESTABLISHED 1868. W. H. COLLIN! MTULDER & COLLINS, ® DEALERS IN a -COAL.Building Brick, Lime, Cntmncy Pipe, Fire Brick, Rosendail Cement, Terra C vtta Pipe Fire Clay, Portland Cement, Lathr Plaster, Shingles, Hair, Agricultural Lime. Office, 145 Water Street, NORFOLK, VA, The Nottingham & WrennCo Wholesale and Retail Dealers in COAL! COAL! hi* NT ,J! nAC^ rE at ,ow( ’ 9t prices. George’s Creca CUM MERLAf CGALfor blacksmiths. Pocahontas STEAM COAL and LUMP for Grates Ei' Shipments in cargo and carload lots a specialty. THE NOTTINGHAM A WKKNN C( 32 Main Street, NORFOLK, Mh, ® —MAY AND aItAIN IN CAR LOTS A SPECIALTY. 0 THE F. A. B ENNETT CO., Wholesale and Retail Dealers In All Kinds of Hay, Grain, Feed, Seeds, Flour, &c Nos. 346 AND 348 WATER STREEjT, PHOIfBS, [New 350. NORFOLK. VA WHEN YOU BUY TURNIP SEEDS ~~ At the most convenient country or village store it is possible that you may get seeds of fine stock and good germi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Brunswick Gazette — 26 July 1900

XHE O A.”E TT' j xf.rms ur inmacKirTios: One copy one year, - - * $ LOO .< •• u mouth#. - * “U flute* for advertising furnished on application. Entered at the Postofflce at Law encevllle.Va.asSeoondclas# matter Thursday. July 18, 1900. THE SITUATION IN CHINA. The news that reaches the outside world from Pekin and other portions of China though meager and conflicting is nevertheless, sufficient to show that the sitution so far as the foreign rest dents are concerned is us desperate ns could well he imagined. The reports that have been cabled to Europe and this country have had the effect of reviving the hope that the members of the foreign Embassies at Pekin, expt the German minister, are still alive ami successfully hold- ing out against the terrible odds ( against which they have had to i contend. Rut this hope, we fear, \ is destined to be shortlived and i will fall to the ground upon the re i ceipt of more authentic informa- i tiou that cannot well be much | longer wit...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Brunswick Gazette — 26 July 1900

TICE Q-A.ZETTE. * Thoksdat. July 13. 1900. PURI.IBIIKD EVERY THCRSDAY BY THE GAZETTE PIIBMSHINO COMPANY. LOCAL NOTES. Mrs. \V. J. O’Connor is visiting friends in Baltimore. Miss Helen Johnson is visiting Mrs. G. S. Barrow. Several farmers of Mecklenburg county are curing tobacco. Itev. Mr. James preached lust Sunday at the Baptist church. Miss Ann Harrison, of Petersburg, is visiting Mrs. N. L. Claiborne. Mrs. R. W.Hannah isspending the week at Buffalo Lithiu Springs. Miss Ophelia Pcrcivall, of Petersburg is visiting J/rs W. VV. J/eredith. Miss Margaret Jones is spending a few days with Mrs. Kate Percivall. It is now thought that our people will henceforth beware of book agents. Mr. W. S.Thomas has returned from a pleasant visit to Mecklenburg county. Miss Dugger, who has been spending some time here has retimed home. Miss Jessie Edwards, of Weldon, N. (1,. is the guest of Mrs. Roht. Turnbull. Tlie dance which was scheduled for to night has been postponed to Friday evening. Several ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Brunswick Gazette — 26 July 1900

K NEW HOME WRITE FOR CIRCULARS Sewing Machines we manufacture an«l their prices be fore you purchase any other. The new home sowing machine Co. < 'BASOK, MISS. i* Union Son arc, N. Y. riilcago. HI. at. |/onJ«, Mo. D*Uuft.Tex. .tan Fran -in •»., Cal. 4tb.uto.Ua. ion naic ex NEW 110MESEWINH MACHINE CO 28 Union Square, New York. 1 898. 1899. Announcement. Engiish^-^-Importations. JAHES M. QUICKE. fjerchant PETERSBURG, VA. CHAS. CTaLL'EY, PETERSBURG, VA. Confectioner AND Fancy Grocer. BJnT'AlJ'Bnt for Mio Cigars, Rosebud »nd Crater Chewing Tobaccos. To«r pAtr9.iß« T.S. Beckwith & Co, PETERSBURG, VA oo vou want a piano ? Beckwith ol Peterthtira. DO VOU WANT SCHOOL BOOKS? Beckwith ol Peterehurg OO VOU WANT A STEINWAV. Beckwith of Petersburg Merchents supplied on best terms. Job Office Supplies at closest prices. Write to T. S. BECKWITH & CO., PKTEIiShVRd, VA. I/OWARD P. BOEOKD, 9 • ATToRx* £\ -at-la w COX3IISSIONER IN CHANCERY, lawakncevillb, TA. Win pra...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Brunswick Gazette — 27 September 1900

VOL. XI. B. M. BATCHELDBR. ESTABLISHED 1868. W. H. COLLINS. BAB & COLLINS, e DEAI P«S IN • -COAL. - -t Building Brick, Lime, Ctilmney Pipe, Fire Brick, Rosendail Cement, Terr* Cotta Pipe, rite y, Portland Cement, Lathf Piaster, Shingles, Hair, Agricultural Lime. Office, 145 Water Street, NORFOLK, VA, WHEN YOU BUY TURNIP SEEDS At the most convenient country or village store, it is possible that you may get seeds of fine stock and good germination, but—has your experience shown that it is likely? Do you buy seeds from general merchandise stores because you believe that they have the best, or is it because you forget to order them from seedsmen in time, or find letter writing tco much trouble? Nobody buys seeds at second or third hand except as a result of forgetfulness or indifference, and if you have been getting yours that way, it is time you xvere making a change. It’s folly to risk your crops in that fashion. We will sell you “Thoroughbred Turnip Seeds” at fifty cents ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Brunswick Gazette — 27 September 1900

TI JIA.ZETT±i. 1 i 1 ■ iitMsuFui ns* diction: ' copy one v. ■■ l - - - sl-00 “ .UlilS. - -a" ; ed verli/ing furnish'•<! on S Pi'iic'd hr' ed at the rostofli e lit Lew cue- T e.Va..assecoiidelass matter Tin i.stuv. Sept. 20, MIOO. MF 7 ”' Jil OF JUDGES BY THSPEOPL I ’.' ■ eve watched witli inter ] dismission of this importfin" -lion both liv the press ami t. people, and have been , eafly "a titled and at the) ■: ■ ■ somewhat surprised j aft 1 • i rknhlu unanimity of j 1: i ;he discussion has .li - •ii p ■ in favor of Hie proposi- 1 ilii n. So far as we can how re »ill, Mr. Eugene Massey is the p.yg 'ntleman of promiueneewho hue v uitured openl yio oppose the roposed chaagoiu the method of h ling - the judges ui * with all iue deference to Mr. M* ' a >i he aiithorith * ?• • q :■ >t ,j pot i . po.'.lion, we are conrained to say that we have tailed to discover in anything that helms had to say on the snlij ct, a single reason that ris s to tldignity of a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Brunswick Gazette — 27 September 1900

THE GAZETTE. TimtusoAV. Sept, 20, 1000. pcm.mnKn iwtatY TiirnsnAY nv tii^ « azktti; rjau.wniNd company. LOCAL NOTES. Confectionaries and fruits at (Isborn's. Misses Cole of Petersburg are visiting Miss Mary Jones. Mr. Bourdon Cary of Petersburg was in ‘own t hits week. .Miss Lilian Rawlings of Norfolk is visiting relatives here. Miss Fannie .Mallory is visiting the family of Mr. J. B. Mallory. Our line of groceries are complete. W. S. Thomas & Co. Clover, rye, and herds grass seed, prices low. A, F. Osborn A: Son, Miss Mary Jones spent a few days recenliv with .Miss Sallie Turnbull. Miss Ruth Trezise wont to Mecklenburg last Saturday for i abort visit. Sledge & Berkley s stock of ■airi-ige • ami buggies is complete • '■ J see them. Miss Mai v Trezise of Baltimore is expected Saturday for a short visit to her parents. Just received a nice lot of roe herrings and mackeial. W. S. Thomas A Co. We sell all kinds of belting and will lie glad to get your orders for ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Brunswick Gazette — 27 September 1900

3 NEW HOME WRITE FOR CIRCULARS fcrcnt of j Scwinß Machines wc manufacture and their prices before you purchase any other. The new home machine Co. OBANGK. BARS, i ’• tore, N. Y. (’hleago. 111. St.loula.Me* ’ lex. ton Franclaco. Cal. AUaata, (ia. roe SALK Bf - \<* lIOMT SLAVING MACHINE w 23 Union Square, New York. 1898. 1899. Announcement. Ciigiish—importations. JAHES M. QUICKE. Merchant T a *l° r » PHTRRSBIJRO, VA. CHAS. C. ALLEY, PETERSBURG, VA. Confectioner AND Fancy Grocer. lay*Apont (or Mio Cigars. Rosebud Hod Crater Chewing Tobacco*. Your Patron** Solleltort. IS. Beckwith & Co. PETERSBURG, VA DO YOU WANT A PIANO ? Beckwith ol Petersburg. DO VOU WANT SCHOOL BOOKS? Beckwith ol Petersburg. - ,ou want a steinwav. leckwlth ol Petersburg j f r it)- jd on best terms, jot as* at closest price*. Write • T. S. BECKWITH & CO., PETERSBURG, YA l pPWARD f. BUFORD. ■V |' •'I S *l> ioi * * tef, COMMISSIONER IN CHANCERY , (.AWBENCEWILLE, TA. Wl’’ ra...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Brunswick Gazette — 29 November 1900

VOL. XI. B. M. BATCHELDBR. BATCHELDBR & COLLI, e DEALERS IN -COAL.Building Brick, Lime. Cuimney Pipe, Fire PtU k. Rosendail Cement, Terra Cotta Pipe, Fire Clay, Portland Cement, Lathe '■■lester, Shingles, Hair, Agricultural Lime. Office, US Water Stre«t, NORFOLK, VA. rtHEN YOU BUY TURNIP SEEDS At the most convenient country or village store, it is possible that you may get seeds of fine stock and good germination, but—has yohr experience shown that it is likely? Do you buy seeds from general merchandise stores because you believe that they have the bast, or is it because you forget to order them from seedamen in time, or find letter writing too much trouble? Nobody buys seeds at second or third hand except as a result of forgetfulness or indifference, and if you have been getting yours that way, it is time you were making a change. It’s folly to risk your crops in that fashion. We will sell you “Thoroughbred Turnip Seeds” at fifty cents per lb., and deliver them free at ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Brunswick Gazette — 29 November 1900

n KtMf» I r»H€ pDpy oik 1 1 •* U nuMutUrf, - Rate* tor advertising turKislw-d « Bpidlcattow. d atered st the Postotßoo «.t l-*v „ nee ville. Va,. as second class matte TucksDAY. Nov. *29. 1900. According to the census recent I v taken, the population of \ir jiinia is 1,854-,184 and-of Bruns wick oownty, 18,217. Virgiuis itiTis gnaned 198,204 in popula Mion during t he decade from 18VH to 1900 and within the -same pe : d there has been an incream <of 972 in the population ol il rune wick county. The adoption of voting machines in Chicago is under discus-.-si on, find in the interests ol (promptness and accuracy would (probably bo adopted hnt Sortin’ -great cost of the machines. Il i.■said that It would take f t 00 VMIO to *-*T«dtf'o oni ilia. ■>: d. the machines ’a save 1o per-cent of the ex ijiense of I he eleelion, paving for u hemsel-ves in seven elections. '•l’hi's would seem to be a good investment. morally and financial 6 y. —1 ndex-Ap peal. We Virginians ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Brunswick Gazette — 29 November 1900

JdF-lE OAZETTS. Thursday. Nov. 29, 1900. MJBLWIIEU EVKIIY THTIRBDAY BY TI!F GAZETTE PUBLISHING COMPANY. LOCALNOTES Mr. I. E. Britt is in Norfolk this week. Hunting is the order of the day to-day. Mr. H. H. Heartwell is critical ly ill at his home. Geese are reported plentiful 01 the Roanoke River. Mr. A. S. Green is spendinf Thanksgiving in Norfolk. Mr. W. W. Greene of Bclfield was a visitor here this week. Mr, Flournoy Hicks has return ed home from Washington. Mr. F. W. Duane spent a fev days in Richmond this week. Mr. E. C. Palmer, of the Greens ville bar attended our county cour Misses Lucy and Estelle Mallo ry, are visiting friends in Petersburg Miss Annie Hall of Forksville, spent last week with friends in the city. Miss Addle Dortch, of Charlie Hope spent Saturday and Sunday in town. Mr. J.L. Weaver, of Emporia paid a brief visit to friends here this week. To-day is Thanksgiving and the bank and stores of the town are closed. Miss Kate Percivall is visiting her brother, Mr. J....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Brunswick Gazette — 29 November 1900

£ HEW HOME WRITE FOR CIRCULARS '‘ew.ng ll n clitons we manufacture sr I their pt;«es bil .re y«>u purchase any other. . ricof home «*-wing machine Co. OKiNuK, MiBS. *k ' on Square, N. k. ( hicapo. 111. St. Ixmlß. Mo. ■nu.-. Tex. dun Franc itH’O, C«l. Atlaate. (ia. FOR O*l. C a 'f NFW ROME 9RTVIKQ MACHINE CO Pnion Square, Kiw York. 1898. 1899. Announcement. 'mportations. JAHES M. QUICKE. T a *l° r » PETERSBURG, VA. CHAS. C. ALLEY, PETERSBURG, VA. Confectioner AND Fancy Grocer. for Mio Cigar., Buicbud and Crater Chewing Tobaocoa. Tot Pay«ni« Woll.lCed, I. S. Beckwith & Co PETERSBURG, VA >0 YOU WANT A PIANO ? Beckwith of Petersburg, no you want school books? Bwk.llli of Pet.r.bnrg. DO YOU WANT A BTBINWAV. Beekwlth of Peter.burg : -reliant. außplied on beat terms, b Office Supplie.atclose.t prlcea. Write to T. S. BECKWITH A CO., JPXTEKSBVRQ, FA, ward p. buford, A VTORNE Y-AT-LA W OOinrissiONEß IN chancery. WTf«ESCKTILt«, TA. ■■Utat.aeMo.U lb. Court, of ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Brunswick Gazette — 17 January 1901

VOL. XI. P. W. BATCMBLPBR. ESTABLISHED 186*. W. H. COLLINS, ‘ BATCHELDER & COLLINS, ■ DEALERS IN • TCP A L. - j Building Brick, Lime, Clilmney Pipe, Fire Brick, Rosendall Cement, Terra Cotta Pipe, Fire Clay, Portland Cement, Lathe, Plaster. Shingles, Hair, Agricultural Lime. Office, I4S Water Street. NORFOLK, VA, WHEN YOU BUTTURNIP SEEDS At the most convenient country or village store it is possible that you may get seeds of fine stock and good germination, but—has your experience shown that it is likely? Do you buy seeds from general merchandise stores because you believe that they have the best, or is it because you forget to order them from seedsmen in time or find letter writing too much trouble? Nobody buys seeds at second or third hand except as a result of forgetfulness or indifference, and if you 1 have been getting yours that way, it is time you were making a change. It’s folly to risk your crops in that fashion. We will sell you “Thoroughbred Turnip Seeds” at f...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Brunswick Gazette — 17 January 1901

TL«MH OF WMiW MI'TKtX: Oi+e copy one renr - - ♦ L-00 “ “ ti nwatMts. - - Uiitc*for advertising lacaisiaeJ on a aaikiitiua. filtered at the Postuffiee at Law * nee v file. Vn.. tin second class matter Thursday* Jan. ID. 1801V\ e are indebted to t he author Mr. A, U.Thomas.of Lynchburg Virginia, fora copy of Ills booklet entitled "The Virginia Constitutional Convention and its Possibilities.” which we have read with inhere st and we liope with psotif. The author hois •identiy bestowed much thought and deep study upon the subject of which he writes, and fortifies Ids position with respeot to Hie changes he recommends ’ e organic law with reason un, ..gimieiit, which while they may not in every instance sjrvi , <o con vince, .cannot fail to duep 1 Jy impress the intelligent roadei j Though we cannot endorse all [ lie suggests in the way of change we find much that commends it-1 :seif to our approval. It furnish- j abundant food for reflection, ready prepared and presented i I...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Brunswick Gazette — 17 January 1901

the gazette. TmiifsaiAY. Jon, 10, 1901. rrm.isiiEn f.veuv Thursday by tiif. MAZKTTE PIIULIHIIIXO COMPANY. LOCAL NOTEg Mr. I .1. Pond spent Sunday in Pet e-,- burg. Mis- Mu g Jones is visiting rela( i ves in town. Mrs. W. J O'Connor is ill at her home on High street. Mr. J. I). Barkley spent a few days in Lynchburg this week. Mr. J, C. Rawlings, who spent several days in Petersburg last week, has returned home. Miss Lamiie Wurriner has returned from a delightful visit to relatives in Richmond. Dr. Roliert Strange ha.- returned to Richmond from a brief visit to the home of Judge Buford. Miss Fannie Buford left Monday for Oxford, N. C. to accept a school at that place. Miss Kate Percivall who has been indisposed for several days, is improving. Mr. E. M. Stokes of Whittles Mills paid a brief visit, to friends lure last week. The condition of Mrs. Buford low not improued. It is extremely critical The bank will be closed Saturday, it being Hell. Lee s birthda) and a legal holiday*. Attent...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Brunswick Gazette — 17 January 1901

11l NEW HOME K|p| WRITE FOR CIRCULARS Sewing Machines we manufacture «n>l their prices before you purchase any other. The new Home sfwing machine Co. OBANGK, MANS. <* Coton Square, N. Y. Chicago, 111. St. Ixmla, Mo. JCwiiaij. lex. 3un Frooiiaou, Cal. Atlanta, Ua. (ON BALK BY NEW HOME STAVING MACHTNECO 28 Union Square, Now York. V151T.... Linton's Lunch Room T. B. I.INTON, Proprietor. r Ladies and Gentlemen. .* .* j» Open Day and Night REGULAR DINNER, 25c--65 COMMERCIAL PLACE, NORFOLK, VA 1898. 1899. Announcement. English— Importations. JAPIES M. QUICKE. Merchant jailor, PETERSBURG, VA. CHAS. C. ALLEY, PETERSBURG, VA. Confectioner AND Fancy Grocer. #«?“Agent for Mio Cigars, Rosebud and Crater Chewing Tobaccos. Tosr I'ntronfe Kollrlloil. I S. Beckwith & Go. PKTKUSBUIHJ. VA GO YOU WANT A PIANO ? Beckwith of Petersburg. DO YOU WANT SCHOOL BOOK 5? Beckwith of Petersburg. DO YOU WANT A SI EINWAY. Beckwith of Petersburg Merchants supplied on best terms. Jo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Brunswick Gazette — 16 May 1901

VOL. XII. P. M. BATCHELDBR. ESTABLISHED 1868. W. H. COLLINS. BATCHER & COLLI, • DEALERS IN • -COAL.Building Brick, Lime, CTilmney Pipe, Fire Brick, Rosendall Cement, Terra Cotta Pipe, Fire Clay, Portland Cement, Lathg Plaster, Shingles, Hair, Agricultural Lime. Office, 145 Water Street. NORFOLK, VA. THERE ARE FARMERS... fn some part* of the world who still plow with n pointed piece of wood, and there ore aomo nearer homo, who think that any sort of seeds will serve to grow profitable crops; one Is no more out-of-date than the other—good crops cannot be grown without good cultivation, and impure seeds will never produce anything better thou themselves. “Tail’s Thoroughbred Seeds” are grown for farmers end gardeners who know that In seeds—more than In most things—the host only Is worth having, and It is no wonder that they are depended upon today by men whose grandfathers learned to value our name upon a packnga of seeds. Better than any one else we understand tho needs of...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Brunswick Gazette — 16 May 1901

JT ifi Cjf c'\. 21 -El ’V - ■' - tkumk ok si’BSCim’Tiox: necopy ono ycnr, - - • ?' - < ' l ( “ •• (i mouths. Hates for advertising furnished on ; tpplic lt»C ’l, Watered at the I’OHtoflice at Law enecvillc. Va.. ns second class mutt or Tilt ItSDAY. Mtl.V 10, 1901. | In the news column of the Rich-1 niond Dispatch of Sunday last, we | find the following paragraph: "The claim is stoutly made that Mr. Kchols will capture the Brunswick | delegation.” Upon what such a claim is based is more than the! average Rrunswickian can per-1 cei\ c. The Democrats of this county arc practically a unit for the lion. A. J. Montague for Governor. With anything like a fair expression of the popular choice lie will receive at the lowest calcu--1 ition seventh-tenths of the Democratic vote of the county Judge j M. Mullen of the Hustings Court of Petersburg, in the series of co. vumications 1 has writ* ■th ■ 'i ' lond ues, 1 c rc; • X:c pe sofg- rn.i, nt in Virginia and North Carolina, has made ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Brunswick Gazette — 16 May 1901

THE GAZETTE. TnwiwnjtY. Mtiy Hi, 1001. iMtiii.mimi) kvekt Tin itsiiAV nv Tim •IAZETTK I’tTBJ.IHIIINO COMPANY. COCA I. NOT MS. After the ball—the bowl. Mr. F. \V. Duane has returned from Norfolk. Miss Fannie Warriner has re turned from Richmond. Mr. I. E. Britt who has been quite ill is decidedly better. Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Rawlings have returned from Richmond. Mr. Joe Drewy, of Freeman’s was a visitor to our town Sunday. Mrs. David Hicks, Jr., is visiting friends in North Carolina. Mrs. R. W. Hannah has returned home after a short stay in : Boydton. Easels, picture frames, hammocks, croquet sets, etc., cheap at The Fawrcnccville Furniture House. Mrs. James Reuben returned! Monday from a visit to friends in Richmond. ■ j Mrs. llobt. Turnbull and daughter, Miss Sallie, are visiting friends in Richmond. Mrs. William Weddell of Petersburg, is visiting her daughter, Miss' Margaret Weddell. A hotel boom has at last struck | Lawrenceville. We also need a manufacturing boom. If you want a go...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Brunswick Gazette — 16 May 1901

£ NEW HOME y r ite tansM Sewing Machines we manufacture and their prves before you purchase any other. The new home stwing Machine Co. ODAMUK, MASS. Y. Chicago. 111. St. Louis. Mo. I>*»Ali»6. ac*. don Francisco, dai. Atlanta. Ua. fos sate BY NKW HOME SEWING MACHINECO 28 Uniun Square, New York. V151T.... Linton’s Lunch Room T. B. LINTON, Proprietor. for Ladies an* ■» - open Day a light AK MNER, . 65 COMMERCIAL PLACI NORFOLK, VA 1898. 1899. Announcement. English—^Importations. JAHES M. QUICKE. Merchant Tailor, PETERSBURG, VA. CIiAS. C. ALLEY, PETERSBURG, VA. Confectioner AND Fancy Grocer. Seif Agent for Mio Cigars, Rosebud md Crater Chewing Tobaccos. Tosr Pslrons* Hollclt.il. T.S. Beckwith & Co. PETERSBURG, VA DO VOU WANT A PIANO » Beckwith of Petersburg. no vou want school books? Beckwith ol Petersburg. I*o VOU WANT A STEINWAY. ftockwllll ol Petersburg Mercban's supplied on best terms. Job Odice Supplies at closest prices. Write to T. S. BECKWITH & ...

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