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r WiAre Offering Some Rare Bargains in High Grade Sewing Machines to Close Them Out, J. A. Montgomery, 503 Gloucester Street. Fresh Vaccine^ Vaccination Shields Browns Company, * ■p>'atnouß for its delicate anil laatii g Magrance, “Extreme Violet." Brown M' It Cos. MH. S. McCrary if you want a * iu| y ■ .g see our Queen Louise Violet ®onp. jßLwn Drug Cos. 3m ohatanqua, Al r bany. 2-9. the Plant Sys ’ will sell round trip tickets, Bruns % Wick to Albany and return, at rate 16 34. Ticket to be hoM April Ist and 9tb inclusive, with tlnal limit of three and * —•“ date Of GRi\ • _ .__ •■ , jßu M i Eastman Kodak, ' Thai’s the kind we have froml|3.so to $25.00. ALL KINDS Photographic Supplies, BUTTS DRUG STORE. For tbe occasions of the Annual State Conference Kpwortb League which meets in Columbus, Ga,. April 13 and 18,1899, the Plant System will sell round trip tickets at rate of SjLBO. _ .... IVeckwearv We have just received a beautiful line of Ladies Neckwear; also a nice line of Collar Clasps, Shirt Waists, Wrap pers Skirts, Etc. Call and see us before buying else where. We can save you money. TO BRUNSWICK TIMES. Pulitzer Leaves. Joseph Pulitzer, owuer of the Hew York World, who has been spenjlirg the season at Jekyl Island, olub, re lumed yesterday to New York accom panied by hi* private secretary and servants . / H. 8. McCrary baa brought hii n( his stylish horses and pretty buggies up from Jekyl and they will be ready for hire Paster Sunday, Easter presents that are the latest, at Kennon Motts’a the jeweler. Tickets to be sold April 13 and 14 with limit to April 17. All leaguers from Brunswick desiring a comfortable trip quick sch dule, etc,, will find it to their interest to use Ihe Plant System line. MARGE MAKES A GOOD RECORD. Exports and Imports for the Period Are Very i n co.uraging. * COATWISE SHIPMENTS INCREASE. Naval Storei Have Bttn Skipped Ext-n --aive'y T ta' Amount of Commoroo Or r $1,000,000. — f- The exporta and imports for the month of March have been very good and by Reference to the hooka of Capt. Otto Jobaunesaen, it is found that the volume of business bandied amounts up in the niillious. This month there were 40 vessels of*ali classts, representing 117,354 tons, which entered the port and as many cleared. The vessels which sailed car ried tbouaauds of tons of freight which have great valuta. Ihe foreign and domestic exports were as fellows: 12,501 bales .of cole ion, 919 tu'es of sheeting, 1,350 barrels of ootlon seed oil, 7 barrels of Ur, 45,- 391 barrels of rosin, 3,930 casks of spirits turpentine, 7,800,000 i'eet lum ber, 72,300 shingles, 115,939 ee | 239 tons of ou||pu seed, 3,3(12 tons phosphote, 1,309 tons of pig ition, 950 tons of cotton seed meal, 0,112 auvee, 533,000 feel of ami M ton* *1 cotton ■ aWd cake which 6 738.- ■ Tile foreign and bad a valuation ol $001,350 which, added to the exports show a volume of business amounting to KBW • • .:. HUB And Kiver Hearts and Animal Bangles are all tlie go. see our new line* Just received. . . . mriHE ii Jim. KENNON MOTT, Thu .Jeweler, 21n NpwchK ie &t. TfifK >)' Wire daily from Washington, otiicia) Inspector of watches for Southern IGifl way. Order your Easter turnout from H, 8. McCrary. Souvenir opening at the Bee Hive today. The Southern railway announces a rate of one fare for the trip to Colum bn*, lift., account of tlie state confer ence Kpworth League. Ticket* on sale 13 and 14, limited April 17. Prompt service, polite drivers, nice rigs, at 11, 8 McCrary’s Take Laxative Bromo Quinine* Tablets All druggists refund the Tnoiie? ft it fails to cure. 25 cents. 'Tin gcnalus as L. B. Q. on each tadet. BRUNSWICK 6A„ S TtRDAY MORNING, APRIL ). U 99 ill hr ii not ,r i The Filipino Capital Was Captured S By Storm Yesterday. ODS LOSS 1 KILLED AND 19 MJIED. The Stars and Stripes Now Float Over Malolos While (Sen, Mae Arthur Continues in Pursuit of the Fleeing Enemy “l ndei*Aguinaldo’s Leadership” • Washington, March 31. —The war department at 1:30 o’clock this afternoon made public the following dispatch from Gen. Otis'. “Manila, March 31.—Adjutant General, Washington: Mae Arthur captured Malolos at 10:15 this morning. Enemy retired after slight resistance and firing city. Hall had quite a severe engagement beyond Mariquina. Casu alties twenty. Enemy driven. Otis.” OUR LOSS VEYR LIGHT. Washington, March 31.—General Otis cables this af ternoon that a portion of the troops are resting at Ma lolos. A |jqrge portion of the city has been destroyed by fire. The American casualties in attacking the capital were one killed and fifteen wounded. Genial Hall has returned with his troops to his for position nurth of Manila. iigP hoisted amid cheeßßjßß|PPfcaii troops at 10 o’clock this morning. The city wjis first entered by the First Montana and Twentieth Kansas regiments. On entering the to tnejowarbe to re leaving. The preside ing to the mountains ter ror stricken, cWvved that further vigorous resistance is at a^md, The only prisoners captured in Malolos were a few Chinamen. They report that Aguinaldo left the city on WednesdajygpflThe principal citizens of the place left the city on the same day, taking all the household goods and live stock they could drive. Most of the rebel forces moved yesterday back from Malolos. MASSED AT CALUMPIT Manila, March sl Later advices today from scouts report and 3,000 Filipinos are massed at £alumpit, six miles from Malolos, where they can retreat across the river into Pompana piovince General Mac- Arthur has started troops after them. The country is very rough, greatly delaying the advance of artillery and cavalry. Mac Arthur’s orders are to press forward without waiting for artillery, as he realizes that any delay in fol lowing up the enemy will only encourage them to niaka further resistance. Peach phosphate 5 cents a glass. Brown Drug l,'o. A. C. Jeffers will sell 18 pounds of the best granulated sugar for $1 .00. This for ten days only. Messengers respond promptly from Chas. A. Clark’s messenger service. ’Phone 141 Y. Uandrud removed and hair given new life and vigor hy Cnas. A. Clark’s magic hair tonic. Get in line and buy a kodak. Sold at Butts’ drug store. For Rent—Two 3 room cottages. I Apply at 204 Howe street, Extrema Violet superior to all others. Brown Drug Cos. Chas. A. Clark’s magic hair tonic removes dandruff. Call at barber shop and have it applied. Razors, perfumery and soap in the best grades sold by Chas. A. Clark, the barber. The moat delicious and refreshing of all drinks. Peach Phosphate. Brown Drug Cos. If you need a tins razor, soap or perfumery, call up Obae. A. Clark’s barber ebop. Don’t <A I’itil to examine two new decorations in China—green and gold, and blue and gold —just received. We carry all of our China in open stock and supply a full dinner set or one piece. Brunswick - Book - Cos. A. 0. Jailers will sell.you one dozen fancy tumblers for 30 cents. Souvenir opening at the He Hive today. One dozen fancy goblets for 45 cents at A. C, Jeffers. Souvenir opening at the Bee Hive today. The floe hoists which have been hauling raiUfouairee, statesmen and Presidant McKinley are for hire at 11. S. MoCrary’e. Easter presents in jewelery are al ways appropriate. Kenriß Mott, the jeweler, A- C. Jeffers sells 5 large packages washing powder and 5 bars of soap for 25a. Messrs. Ke&ny <fe Bailey, the enter prieing grocers arts giviugjpway S2O in silver patr<K. By refer ence to their advertisement, the scheme of'how tlie money is to be dis tributed, can be learned, Be vaccinated ! Fresh vaccine and vaccination shields at lintts’ drug store. Eight oents per pound for best im ported macaroni at A . C. Jeffers; ten days only. Guaranteed to cure. Faber’s chill and fever tonic. Butts’ drug store. Notice Extraordinary..^ #MRS- CORA JOHNSON, the expert demonstrator of “HER MAJESTY’S CORSETS,” will till a special one week’s engagement at our store com mencing March 27th and ending April Mrs. Johnson will be glad to explain the merits of this Celebrated Corset and give fittings, thus illustrating its superior- GfcjJf ity over others. Engagements can be made with Mrs. Johnson by mail or telegraph. / We desire to be distinctly understood \ I J/Mlwk. that ladies will not he expected to pur chase a corset after a fitting is made unless §they so desire. A special room has been selected for fit “ Her Majesty's Corset” is not the Cheapest but the Best. ‘•HER MAJESTY’S CORSET” in Fit, Wear and Com fort is Unsurpassed. It ia worn by well dressed women. Endorsed by Pbyaioiaiie and Modistes. A. Kaiser & Bro., PRICE FIVE CE i On account of quarantine regulations direct steamship oonneotioi a, tetween Port Tampa and Havana will be dis continued. Steamship “Yarmouth” making her last trip south bound March 28th. Service via Key West to Havana will remain m changed. If you want to go driving in style gat t rig from H. S. MeOrary. Seven cents per pound for railroad baking powder at A. C. Jeffers. Kodaks from $2.80 J t01525. Come in and let us show you one. Butts’ drug store. New buggies, stylish horses, at 11, !i. McCrary’s At Chas. A. Clark’s barber shop tine razors, perfumery and soaps aie sold at reasonable prices. Tooth brushes guaranteed, 25 uegts, Brown OiAigCo. Tr’esh vaooine and vacoiuation shields at Butts’ drug store. King up ’phone 14IY when you want a messenger. Prompt and re liable service ia my motto, Cfaas A. Clark, the barber. Sourenir opening at tlie Bee Hive today. llow about an Easter buggy ride !* See H. S. MoCrary if you want to go in style. Easier novelties at KeDnon Mott’s the jeweler,