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lr Absolutely 'Pure Makes the food more delicious and wholesome IIOVAI ft*xio VQWt* co , ■* vopk. A GREEK CATHOLIC PRlEST first Oosjsf HU Domination to Visit Brnnswick- Rev. Archimandrite Raphael a Greek Catholic priest arrived in Brunswick yesterday from Savannah. He comes to baptize the children of Aicssrs. U. W. Lyon and Peter I>e varls. This oeremony will be per formed at 9 o’clock today at tbe Olympia restaurant. The occasion will be a public one and tbe unusually interesting ceremony will cause num bers to be present. Oo to Carter's to havs your clothes cleaned and pressed. To Harvey the Line. Civil Ecu. P. L Green is in the city preparatory to surveying the bound ary line between Wayne and Charl ton .• In company with Mr. T. L. Peck, he will meet the Ordinaries of these two counties at Kolkston on Monday next to begin the work. The Savannah Steam ly Works at Carters, 604 Monk street. Special Rstss Named by Plant Byte*. International Convention Y. M. C. A., Grand Rspids, Miob., May 125-88, rate of 128 10 for the round trip. Annual Convention B, Y, P. 11., of Georgia, Columbus, (is , June 18 lb. Rate cf *7.80 for the round trip. Annual Convention Grand Lodge K. I\, Home, Ua., May 10 18. Rates for individuals *lO 6ft for ths round trip. Annual session Grand Encampment sad Lodge of I, O. O. F, of Georgia Rome. G., May 28 26. Kates of *10.55 for the rouud trip. Fancy Uorso tly nets at J. H . Taiik r sley's. FIFTY HEW STYLES OK—- % MOULDINGS Just received. Bring your pictures along, we are FRAMING Every day. FLEMING WAFF. PURITY, EXCELLENCE. Tbe dictionary meaning o( “Purity,” is “Freedom from foreign admixture or beterogenens matter.” Tbe meaning given of “F.xcellenoe” is “Merit in an unuauai degree, surpassing others. The Cumberland Club Rye We put into glass and now present to those wtio use an alcoholic stimulant as a beverage or to those to whom it is prescribed by tbe physician for any im arity of vitality, Is perfection in both —Purity and Kxeellenoe. Properly maturad in tbe barrel we transfer it to glass quart bottles with utmost care. Purchasers of whiskey secure a nutritious stimulant of the greateat attainable xcellenee and in every detaii superior to anything before the public. e Brunswick Wholesale Wine and Liuqor House No. 106 - (iloneester Street. When in need of job work don’t forget the Times Job Office Prompt attention and first class work our motto THE TEACHERS AEE NOT COMING. State Convention Proposed at Cam berland Island Has Been Declared Off. WILL GO TO WARM SPRINGS INSTEAD Uco“rtaioty of Scaring Hotel Aoooramo datums Causes Change cf Plans-A One Pars Rate to Bs Gives. Owing to the uncertainty of secur ing hotel accommodations at Cumber land, Prof. Jere M. Pound, president of the Georgia Teachers' Association, announces that the convention will be held at Warm Springs, on June 2Gtb to 30th. All arrangements have been made for the meeting at Warm Springs end the program will be the same as that published. Ail railroads have granted a rate of one fare for the round trip and the hotel rates are $1.60 per day. Prof. Pound th nks the change to Warm Springs will he very acceptable to the teachers of tbe state. It is centrally located, and the hotel accommodation* and service will be ample and satisfactory. Anting the attractions are superb swimming pools and baths and in many other respecta it is a delightful meeting place. Every preparation Is being made for a suc cessful convention. Southern HohMul*'!, The dilute of schedule on the Soul hern railroad whloh went into effect April lOlb, is a* follows: No.iit leaves Brunswick at 6:80 a. m. for Jacksonville am) all local points, Con cerns at Everett with the train from Savannah. No. 16; leaves atj);26 a. m. for Sav annah, Atlanta anil all points north anil east. No. 83. leaves at 4 p. no. for Jackson ville anil all local points. Conneota at Everett with F.C A I*, train from Savannah, No. 13; leaves Brunswick at 9:10 p. in. anil makes same connection as No. 16. (Savannah, Atlanta anil all pninta north anil east No. 20; leaves Everett at. 7:80 p. m. Jacksonville connections for Itrnns wlck. No. 14; arrives at Brunswick at 7:80 a. m. from Atlanta , No. 10; arrives at Brunswick at 4 :30 p. m. from Atlanta. No, 22; Arrives at Brunswick at 8 a, m, with Savannah connections. No. 24; arrives at 0:05 p. m from Savannah. Fancy line of whips at J. H. lank ersley’s. Don’t put the last season’s suit away until it has been cleaned an pressed by Carter at 504 Monk street, IHE BKUNWitik TIMES WEDNESDAY MORNING MAY 17 ley , TEG DAUNTLESS FREE IN FLORIDA. United States Coart in tbe Land of Flowers Release H*r. GETS GOOD RETURNS HOWEVER Famous Owaor of Filibuiterrr Withdraws A'l Bia Suita Agaiuit Government Of ficials as Consideration. A special from Jacksonville says: "The cases of the United States against the steamer Dauntless for al leged filibustering which were begun against tbe vessel nearly three years ago, were dismissed in the United States court today, on motion of the government. This was done on an agreement that the claims of W. A. Bishee owner of the liauntless, against 0. R. Bis bee, formerly collector of customs io oitv , and against VV. F, Kilgore, com mander of tbe revenue cutter Bout well, for detaining tbe Dauotless on various occasions, should also be dis missed, which was done. Tbe boat baa been for more than two yeara in the custody of the Unit ed States, carrying at ail times a United States deputy marshal, who will now be discharged, and for the first time in twenty-six months the boat will be absolutely free to come and go io legitimate business.” Everyone In Brunswick will be glad to learn that the Dauntless is free from the Florida courts. It is probable now that the Georgia court will let the cases against the famous lllibuatersr be (quashed. Judge Speer never seemed very much io sympathy with the suits at any tfme and it would bs hard now to get a jury te ccnviot her. Jas. G. Carter at the Brunswick Cleaning and Pressing Cos., represents tbe Savannah Steam Dye Works, Fanny top dusters at J H. Tank ersley’s. L 'W Rates on the Southern Railway. Old Point Comfort, Va.,—One fare for the round trip. Tickets on sul Alsy 20 to 23, tinal limit 15 days from date of sale. Koine, (la—Annual session, Grand Encampment and Orand Lodge 1 O O Fof Georgia. One fare for the round trip. Tickets to be sold Msy 22 and 23, with Dual limit May 28, 1899 (Irand ltapids, Mich—One fare for the round trip. Tickets on sale May 22, 23 and 24, with final limit May 31, 1899 Columbus, Oa— Annual Convention BYP Uof Georgia One fare for Ihe ronnd trip Tickets to t-e sold June IS and 13, with.final limit June 17. 1899 Dublin, (U— Annual meeting and rally United Sons of Confederate Vet erans One fare for the round trip Tickets to be sold June 8 and 9, with final limit June 12, Cordele, Ga —Oonlele Chautauqua One fare for round trip Tickets to be sold June 12 to 22 inclusive with tinal limit June 25, 1899 Richmond, Va—lnteruational Con vention B Y 1’ I' of America One fare for the round trip Tickets to he sold July 11, 12 and 13, with tinal limit July 81, 1899, Indianapolis, Ind- National Con vention Epworth league One fare for the round trip Tickets to be sold July 18 and 19, with dual limit July 36, 1899 You can tlnd anything Jin the har ness line at J. 11. Tankersley’s. SOUTHERN RAILWAY'S GREAT IMPROYEMENTS. Over $2,000,000 Will Be Spent in Various Ways During This Year. BEONSWICK WILL BE BENEFITTED. A'l the Ms's L'aes Will Be Relaid With 80-Posnd Rail* —New Passenger and Freight Equipments Ordered, Vrom time to time reference has been made to the extensive improve ments being made along tbe line of the Southern railway. According to a statement of Vice-President Gannon, thus far during the present year over 100 sidings have been built to oonneot the Southern with industries located adjacent to ft. Other improvements include con tracts for about *300,000 worth of bridges to replace similar atructnres at different points along the line while already during the present year tbe Southern has received' 30,000 tons of steel rails which will replaoe lighter grades on its tracks. This it in pursu ance of a plan to relay its main lines with 80 pound rails. The Southern has also made arrangements to pur chase sixteen locomotive, ten passen ger coaches, live mail and baggage oars, and 1,000 freightoarf Altogeth er tbe outlay will represent fully *2,- 000.000, Brunswick will come in for her share of this great work, Tbe Southern has been spending thousands of dollars on its deep water, terminal facilities at thia port and It baa only .begun ila big work. Vast quantities of freight come here now that formerly went elsewhert and tbe outlook it very bo ss oouraging for s(JU greater quantities to come with tbe opening of next sea son. Wht ft Conns ofS'uiy Means lUsbar'nd’s Business College. A oours* of study in out oollege means something, It liat no relation to ft smattering of book keep inn. shorl hand and writing. but It atauda for preparation for I be realities of life. It atatide for attaiome nta that are avail able in tfee markets of tbe commercial world; it stands for knowledge that makes tbe possesor a stronger and more successful man, and a more usefnl citizen. It means the ability to earn a livelihood by doing tbat which ie in demand by every commercial bousa. Few young men or young women can ali'ord tbe time or money required to puraue a buameea course more than onoe. They should, tbera fore, not only be sure they are securing the very best advantages tbat cao be obtained, but should be content to spend tbe time necessary to master every branch in tbe course. It it tbe aim of tbe school to regard thorough ness of tbe first importance and to impress this fact upon tbs minds of every student entrusted to Its cere. Its teachers are no experiment they are graduates of schools of uationa! repu tation and have not only had the actual business experience I hat fit* them for a commercial life but have been teaching for years the branches most essential to life’s everyday work. . General Assembly Presbyterian Church, Richmond. Va-, May 17th ta 30tn. For the above occasion the Plant System has named rate of $16.90 from Brunswick to Richmond and re turn, Tickets ta be sold May 16tb and 17th with final limit to June 3rd NAYAL RESERVES ARE OFF PORT ROYAL. Booming the Big Guns and are Having a Great Time Generally. CD*. AIKEN WRITES A LETTER- Branswiok Boys Are Strictly in it On Us ' sis Snm’s Warship and Enjoying Thsmtslvss Immensely. The Naval Reserves are off Port Royal. They are booming the big guus and having a great time general ly. Commander Frank I). Aiken haa written a letter in which he tells of tbe good times the boy* are having %hd according to it the Brunswick boys are atriotly in It. The letter was written last Friday Off Port Royal and sent to Mr(. Aiken. | Commander Aiken says the Prairie Dinners are treating them all royalty and their practice cruise from a stand point of pleasure and training lias been an immense succe-*. The gun boat Lancaster is alongsidt th. Prairie* and at the time Commander Aiken was writir g :h* Lenos'ter w,.s open ing up her b * guns on the iv.nri- in imigina-y battle. Toe Prairie was pripur-ng t j rel urn thv lire and it is safe tp -ay the haul* a r yal one The Prairie and her ciew of li uns wick%ns are strictly n clover and! they wilt be weloomedSoff the bar here by t big crowd of excursionists when they return Thursday. w* ENOAQED people ItlWUld write us for samples and prices et my engraved wedding invitations, an youncemenie, ele. All work done tn eur factory here. Arttstle execution, strict iromptness. lew prices J, P. Stevens A Sro„ engravers, 47 Whitehall street, At an la, Qa. Agents for McPalll Bazar pattern si Alll'sternslOanil! 15c. None belferl . 213 NEWCASTLE ST. One Pi ice Cash Dry Goods Store. Originator of L6w Prices. HONEST VALDES! NEWEST STYLES! LOWEST PRICES! Every week, from day to day, we look around to find those things that have not sold as rapidly as we would wish. Such, while new and still in fashion, we reduce to price that never fails to sell. Monday is the day reduction first is made. Oft times in an hour, so low the price, wo sell as many of a lot of goods as have been sold in days before. This week we quote prices that are IMPORTANT TO MONEY SAVERS kC I CZ> GLOVES. Not wishing tv csrry our Kid Gloves until tbe fall season we p 1 ics our entire stock, regardless of pric*, on sale at per pair 75c These gloves are Honest Values “stitched withtrirh ful words.” While at our glove department, ask to see tie NEW BICYCLE GLOVE Owing to tbe great success of our skin M k n?sv —. we will continue to make skirts FREE during the entire week. All that von have to do ts to pu and. is,■ the material and liniDgs, We have tbe Skirt Made Free. and style and tit guaranteed. MITGKELi & THOMAS, —FeeiY, Sale and Li very Stable,- Stylish Horses, and Fashionable Turnouts The prettiest and neatest tvnwouts to in found in the city, with reliable drivers. Open day an ngh . All Orders given prumpt attention. - 420 Newcastle St- MIG DOT OF BUSINESS; * SELLING OGT AT COST. Be sure and see my- * ijjj,. ' BARGAIN 231 —IEET J heg# l are not limited to two day#’ himingst but as lona at quantities last. • H. B. DILLON,. - 208 Newcastle * • j Business College. OUR PURPOSE. io furnish a Thorough, High-Grade Business Training to both him with an Knglish education, at the least possible coat, in the shortest Dai* tenl with thoroughness to teach nothing that is supe, fiuoug axid omu nothing that is essential. ’ T - DAY AND NIGHT CftASSCI. " Shorthand. Typewriting, Bookkeeping, Penmanship and F-ngiisb. Th school will open in Brunswick May 15th in the office now occupied by th Business Department of The Brunswick Time* . Address P. O. Box No. 85. THE BEEHIVE, SPECIAL 5c SALE '“•can this oar of Dp-TO-Dite Goods at Down-TO* ll ilk rricp.,,' 1 s'. (liec-e g oghams, uvital 8 and 10c quality pr y 1 5c t*i-*•••* a. .r -a wasjwrooil* comprising Nainsooks, Ihi,i I. -ien, O. gaudies, Dimities, etc. per yd... .5c J * tut n ii 1 e.n' assorted handkerchiefs, each only. .He •v on k, i ">jl:s, either ibetal or kid covered buckles each •• lj 5c ■l > !"• v * ucos, comprising Piat Val. Oriental, Tor ch.u . ter yd ••• ......... 5c 10 dnz good quality white towels, foil measure, spe cial price each ..5c 5 lc7.n ladies white corset covers each.... * 5c V good 5 hook corset clasp each jc vi piec-s h st quality Amoakeag ginghams on sale for in Me, k per yd , •// 5c Children’s fait black, ribhed • oilof- hose, a good, b m -t value, all sizes,per pair..?-.... r...5c Garter elastic, fancy with rotUad edge, oo sale this week Jc A big a-sortui-nt ot uew white embroideries worth Up lb 13*. yard no xalg p-r yd gc ,lu t received anew line of W. B. RUMMER COR .-Kt’S—all styles and prices. •••'*• dnL'i. sgd MAIL ODRKRB - Maine Day as Kec.aired.