Newspaper Page Text
/HE BRUNS WICK TIMES.
JjrLUME 10; NO. 93 Just Dry Platfis, All Sizes._ Stock Cameras and Supplies. J, A. Montgomery Fresh Vaccine^ Vaccination Shields Browns Company, li the Plague in Pari*? Paris, April It.—Froude (news paper) publishes a n port that three ct*es of plague have occurred among the employes of ooe of the big shops in 'he city, to which the disease was i. j. m in ii. have moved temporarily to e of Brunswick Book Cos. unn’s old stand ] for the purpose laving our old place thoroughly remqdeled. We are ready for iness at our new stand and our Soda Fount will be running in full blast. W, J. BUjTTS, Druggist, German Crnis'-r For Samoa. j||fcu‘ Apjil 21 — l The German PPyiittn bis been ordered to gplur Comfort * H ff t In hpt weather depends largely on ihe I I kind of clothes you wear. We are ii well prepared to give you the Right Kind.^ m' Light weight Serges, Worsteds and Cheviots, in both fancy and solid col (l f ors, half lined and skeleton. An as s t sortment that you find no where else. As cheap as good material and good | workmanship can be sold for. jl Shirts, Hummer Underwear, Straw Hats^ S | And everthing needed by well dressed ii men and boys. k brought by carpets of eastern manu facture, The paper demands a sevtre investigation. Tile police announce there is no foundation for the report. Advertise in The Times. Madam Nicholson Brown, the spiritualist and medium, is doing n good business at her ten-t near I>r Burroughs’ office. BRUNSWICK BA. ftAIOiKDAY MORNING, APRIL 22. 1b99 LISSNER TELLS SPORTING EVENTS. Says Seyeral Stables of Blooded Horses Will Come to Bruns wick's Races. 0 THINKS OUTLOOK VERY BRIGHT- Has Jus' Returned from a Trip to M&con and Brings Good News For the C&roivs' and Fair Association. General Manager .T. J. T.isaner of the Carnival and Fair Association returned yesterday from a trip to Macon. While in the Central i ity he talked s with Proprietor Mouers, who has a stable of thirty racers quartered there and who will bring his entire string to Brunswick’s carnival and fair "Maiurs has some dandy flyers,” said Mr. Limner. ‘ and we can get them down here. I also know of some good rac is in V ildoste, Tbonvaeville, Quit man and Wnyeruas that wi'l come if we get a tract, and this we must I nve before invitations'are sent out. Let the peqple know what we have to otter them aud they will o me and bring all the tboroughbr. mfcgfffid rac> r we want %Tbe first *bing to do is tu get money for a track and build- TOgs, then arrange 'purses and premi ums and then advertise it.* The peo ple will come.” ■ Push the Carnival and Fair. ML -• ax 'A <- ” M TRADE CONDITIONS IMPROVE. 1 ’" ’ Records, Savannah Oonvspoadsnt Sees Better Tim-B, The Savannah Manufacturer's It cord eayß in liis ar ticle this week, among other l liings: "At nearby ports shipments are in creasing, ami at Brunswick the busi ness of the present month will be above the average. The foreign ex port business at both Brunswick and Darien is showing tip ninth better than it did, and the Spanish trade is improving. • The following charters were report ed last week: Schooner Willie I. 1 Newton, 300 tons, from Brunswick to New York with lumber at $5 10; schooner Sadie C, Sumner, 587 tone, from St. Simon to New York with lumber at 15.37 1 2; schooner I<\ C, Pendleton, 3SS tone, from Savannah to New York wilh lumber at ss.lo,and ■ohooner Chits. S. Davis, 508 tone, from Savannah to Chiladelpia with lumber at $5. I'uth the carnival and fair. WILL REBUILD AT WOLF ISLAND, The Wolf la'and Han’ing R*sort to be Kept Up. The owners of tlie Wolf Island hurt ing resort have decided to rebuild the bouses destroyed by the storm, It will bs remembered that ilie October tidal wave swept this resort of ail its possessions and left the club without at y buildings to occupy while on a bunt and fUb. The members are in no wise dis couraged. however, aqd will erect oonimodious headquarters at once. Contractor IJobb leaves this morning for Wolf Island and will start a force Of seven or eight hands at work on l be new buildings . Tush the carnival and fair. r 1 ■ 'k iin mmW& R. A. Patterson & Cos., Subscribe $25 for the Fair and Carnival OTHER HOUSES WILL CONTRIBUTE. A I,lire Traveling Man Takes the Corrsot View of the Situation—Push the Fair and Carnival Talk Along. “I will g ve *25.00 towards your Carnival and Fair Association,” said Mr. Hector Harris yesterday, lie was talking to a Times reporter and Gen eral Manager .1 . J. I,leaner, and wax ed enthusiastic on the subject, "If you push this matter through it . . Astigmatic Test . . . BE CAREFUL OF YOUR SIGHT For once gone it will never ’2*''Sn'"V l T'y ‘‘yvs Pwoi®HPto, <Qill at my store and I will make an examiatioii free and tell you what is best. . . . sa-O-Qs- KLNNON MOTT, St. Timi. i.y wire daily from VWhtnglon. Official Inspector of watches, for Won them Hiiil u ay. will be a good thing,” continued Mr. Harris. “Nothing like having raoes, fairs, etc , to liven up a town during the dull, dead days between seasons. I sell goods here and of course want Brunswick to get the people, so put. the $25.00 down for me on your sub soriptioii list and <aU- for the money when wanted.” * ' Mr. travelling man for this district that sells tobacco * for It, A. l’atterson A Cos. He is a live business man and knows what good a fair anil carnival will do a town. Other trav“llirig men also realize the benefit that will accrue to them and a considerable amount of money will be contributed through thorn. Hush the carnival and fair. All For Brantley. Every newspaper of any influence in the Eleventh district will support Hon, W,U. Brantley for re election to congress, ar.d this is equivalent to re seating him. The above from the Telfair Enter prise states the case correctly. Con gressman Brantley will have all the > papers supporting him and lie will he re-elected. Tush the carnival and fair. Mr. J.onroe Mayer came in on lbs B. & W., last night to spend Saturday and Sunday with relatives and fried*. J/*'*'** ' vG *G CHINA Glassware, 25% DISCOUNT.^. ONLY FRIDAY AND SATURDAY. Brunswick Book Cos. FIGHTING IN THE PHILIPPINES. Washington Vo'un'eers Engage the Rebels Yesterday. Manila, April 21. —A force of two hundred rebels yesterday afternoon attacked the outpost, of the First Washington Regiment, near Taugu g. Two companies ifumediately engaged the enemy and advanced into the open in skirmish order, The rebels were oheoked and routed after two hours’ fighting, leaving twelve killed on the field and several wounded. Many Mauser ritl-s and other weapons were captured. Three Americans were wounded. Manila, April 21.—This morning three companies of the South Dakota regiment rnarobed from Bscave, and in conjunction with three oouipsnies of the Minnesota volntiioers, encoun tered, two miles out, 500 insurgents. The fc’ilipinps retired three miles in fairly good order, in spite of heavy losses. The Africans,on exhausting th ir ammunition, returned to camp. A Special Leader^ rOR Sunshine or Rain Get one of our Gloria Silk Umbrellas, Men’s size $1.50; Ladies size $1.25, equal to any $2.00 quality in the city. CALL AND CONVINCE YOURSELF. KAISER’S. PRICE FIVE CENTS- CR’RMAN OOQ TALKS ENCOURAGINGLY. Is Willing to Vote For the Convicts to Work For tho People. At 5 esterday’s meeting of the busi ness men, Mr, R, R, Hopkins led a very important discussion in regard to the carnival and fair buildiuge and race tracks. The discussion was par ticipated in by several, its progress. Mr. C, D, Ogg, chairman of the board of oounty commissioners, was asked about securing the convicts to build a race track. He stated that the convicts belonged to the people and that if the people wanted the carnival and fair lie would give his vote (e letting the convicts build a track. It seems to be the im pression that both the oity and oounty forces can be secured, ahd these two will aid materially in lessening tho cos'of building the track. Rush the carnival and fair. For Whooping Cough use CHENEY’S EXPECTOR ANT.