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VOLUME 10; NO. 132.
Electrical work no longer done by “Main Strength and Awkwardness” but according to rules of Southeastern Tariff Ass’n. J. A. Montgomer Brown Drug Cos. & Always in the lead and set the pace in all things . . . We feel complimented in being imitated ...... We know no competition * £ and “Fear no Foe.” . . .., Brown Drug Cos. “Tlie Pace Setters.^ Exte&iixi Purb'i a #f Prop'rty. Messrs. Bmbston, Feodig & Com pony have recently sold tp.Mrs, liar risen the lot facing on t,ia‘iori stree! ■ and located between the residences of Mr ■ Arnold Kaiaer and Judge A. ,f. Crovatt, 90 by ISO, and also that big lot on the corner of Union and Clou center streets formerly owned by the JUSTLY NAMED =. Several of our customers have referred to our New Soda Fount as the “swellest thing" they had ever seen. We appreciate this compliment as it is our aim to make it the most popular place Brunswick ever had. Mr. Ohas. Kirkland Cvill have entire charge of our fountain. Charlie has a reputation as a “mixer.” Cleanliness is our hobby, this means a lot in the soda business. BUTTS’ DRUG STORE, “On the Corner ” Will Pay Tsaohsri. At liia office on Newcastle street, l>r. W. B. Burroughs, county school com mi*Htoner, will pay ofl' ail teachers OF INTEREST TO ALL, WEARER OF TAN OXFORDS today we will for one week sell til uxfunls at following reduction: SLOO goods at.. 752.3$ | $2-00 goods at.. $2.50 goods at:..|2.10 goods at. . .$1.30 Anew lot of Crash Suits received. 'Flic kind that wear, and as cheap as the wearing kind can be sold foi, 1 price on our entire line of Ladies’ Colored Shirt Waists, Keep in touch with the proper styles, by giv ing us a call E nvelopes, Bill Heads, Letter Heads, Statements, and in fact anything in the job p inting line at the Times job Gffie THE BRUNSWICK TIMES. Slaughter estate . Mrs Harrison has had lhe small house moved on ttie corner of I he last named lot and will erect handsome houses on the renrnin | ing portion . For Diabetes use STU ART’S GIN and RUCHIJ. Avdertise in The Times. this morning, while from nim un til eleven negroes from eleven until one, # Advertise in The Times, BRUNSWICK GA. SATURDAY MORNING JuNt. 3. 1899 FAIR MATTERS IN EXCELLENT SHAPE. Executive Committee Meeting Yesterday Discloses That Fact. NEARLY $2,000 NOW SUBSCRIBED Secretary Hopk'ns and Assistant Brantley B“sign and Mr. W, S Irvins is Elected ■ Htoreiery—Work to bs Pushed. The executive committee of the Southeastern Fair Association held a very ilop,i.-tHnt ntfStiujt y^frrday ter-uoon ami transacted considerable business. The subscription list show, eil nearly $2,000 subscribed with only thirty citizens approached, and others rlio expressed willingness to sub scribe later. The resignations of Secretary R K. Hopkins anti assistant Clarence Brantley were read anil acceped. Mr. W. S. Irviue was ftien elected as secretary. EnodSrßging report ot affairs up to date were made anti revealed an uu u-uiii amount of interest among Ilia live citizens, The applioaliou for charter will he mad • at once. The subscription committee will go out again next wiek and afford nil a chance. The Dreyfus Stnndal. I’aris. June 2 -—The Echo J)e Paris this morning ssyi that (iftfi, Zurling ton lias consented to a provisional re borne of Col. lhcquart. The Petit Re publiqus has a report that 061. Du Glam, who was arrested last night, and was sent to Oherobe Midi, has at tempted suicide. Several papers an nouiii.e (hat proceedings will ha taken against Oen . Mercier, former minis ter for war, and other officers. The arrest of Clam was ordered after Min istrr of War Krantz had consult(6Plhe premier. The prisoner is charged with forgery. On Trsck of Kidnappers. Ne w York, June 2. —At the request of Chief Detective McClusky, a war rant charging abduction, was issued today for Carrie Jones, and a full ex poeure of the kidnapping plot it is be ll vet! is at hand. The detectives left fir New City, Rockland coutily, N. Y. this morning to arrest Jennie and James Wilson. This will bring them to the Tombs unless the Rockland county authorities refuse to aliow them to come. There was a great, crowd in front of Clark’s bouse Ibis morning. Clark is the father of the kidnapped ch Id. China Slid Deflfs Russia, Pekin, June 2.—The Russian's de maud from China for a concession iutt- Uie construction of a railway from4he Manchurian line to Pekin, Is 'sffli in abeyance. The Russian minister states that he has referred the matter to tile government at Bt, Petersburg The Chinese hope the demand will be withdrawn. Storm and Quake. Knoxville, Tenn ~ June 2,-A se vere electrical storm, accompanied by a light, earthquake shock, passed over this city this morning. Lightning struck the city hall. SAM JONES' COMING LECTURE. Interest in the Event is Increasing Daily and Demand For Tickets Very CiOOtP. —4-/ '*"• : " f IT WILL BE Off JUKE SIXTH —— - ® Famous Preaoh>‘r “Halel a Dull Tims." and . Will Say a Plenty to Keep tbs Large Audieao' l Splendidly Eutertaiued. * 1—' * Kspeetilion and interest in Sam .lones’ lecture, next Tuesday night is increasing; every dny, The thought in many minds is : Whit will ho ssy and what will he leave unsaid." It, is safe to prediot that what he says will be a plenty, 11c ban often said that he hates a dull time. one has ever been accused of going to sleep during one of his lectures. There is not a dull moment in the whole two hours. From all ind'calhyie the rush will be great when the doors are opened. Let every one facilitate the rapid seat ing of toe crowds by securing their tickets beforehand. Making change at tlie door will be tedious and muse unnecessary delay. The popular pricefif 6(K admission to any and all parts- of the hall will secure a large altendance. Tickets may tie had from the Brown Drug Company, Butts. Cntf druggist, and Flaming & Waff. HIS •: • • • • • • BIIS Class Pins And . , . o o o Rings Made to order in all styles and at short notice PRESENTS _o[Jl IDS. . , Call and See KENNON MOTT, The Jeweler, 215 Newcastle St. TiMßliy wire daily from Washington. Official Jnspoctop of watches for Southern Rail wujr. Fruit From Starling. Mr, Charlton Wright, of Sterling, has been sending down a nine lot of fruit lately, from the Wright estate at that place. Some luscious peaches have been coming from the orchards there and sold at a good price in thin city. The raising of fruit at an early date in the season is an established fact in this section and those in the business are making money rapidly oqt of it. NOTICE. Stores aad Offices for Rent in New Opera House. Parties desiring to rent stores or ollices in the new opera house build ing can see the plans at the oflioe of Brobston, Fendig & Cos. Mr. Counzel man will alter the plans as much as possible to accommodate tenants. GLYNN HIGH SCHOOL CLOSING EXERCISES. Beautiful Scene at the Mansfield Street Building Last l ight. Sim* , who '% GRADUATES ARE. Their Essays, People on tha Stage and Ad dreeses By Distinguished Oit zena on This Eventful Oooaimn (By M. t. B.) “Gradatim,” “little by little,” li motto for the class of ,99 has been,a. “little by littls” each member has do. faithful work the past year and no-, , looking hack over the days that s gone, each one can truthfully “1 did uiy best,” * Amid a burst of music by Dealt orchestra, surrounded by a tropic tangle of Cowers vines aud pair and under flic soft lights of the Hi; School Auditorium. Ihe gradnati exercises were conducted last night The gentlemen who were invited sit on tlie stage as guests of flte grai ating class were : Messrs. VV G Brantley, K Brobsti W B Burroughs, .1 l> Gould, A Livingston, C If Thompson, IS Mason, J L Beach, SC Atkinson, D Atkinson, W E Kay, H F Duuwoi C. DowniHg, A .1 Crovatt, U Cart, Emanuel, B Whitfleld, K K liopkii . W F Hollingsworth, C W Demi rig, F I) Aiken, W M Tupper, C D (igg, J A Bolts. J VV Banner, J .1 Oonoley. C 11 L n avy, F E Twitty, Hugh Burford, E F Coney, D W Krause. Albert Fend -0 P Goodyear. A V Wood. II M lira ham, O By mines, Thomas O’Conno , M A Morgan, Owens Johnson, II .t Raymond, VV FSymons, J K dti Bigno’i. M J Colson. II A Wrench. Rev . VV. F. Hollingsworth rendered the opening prayer, in a few woods well timed and appropriate to the oc oasion and the class of young people. The salutatary, a charming greeting to all present, pupils, teachers and the audit iice was given by Miss Leslie Butts. Mr. Arthur Russell delivered a line assay, which.won him great applause, and gave promise of a grand future lor the only boy graduate Miss Amelia Begin, the class post, read a most oharming class poem,brii g ing in the name of each graduate id an attractive manner. As class prophet, Miss Lydia Jeffers won much applause and charmed fie audience by the picture) of the future which she drew for each of her class mates. “Gradatim,” the class’ motto, v as the subject chosen by Miss An. 'e Belle Tabbot for her essaj, and 11 did she handle it. Sketching ligt.ty from the A. B. C, time, un.il ie graduating evening when tnat p step, in sight to the ambitious o' /, had been reached, and so beautifn ly crowned, As class philosopher, Miss An..ie Bailey read a iline essay, full of weeds of love and lender feeling for the girls and boy who have shared the the sohool duties the past year. Miss Ilattie Bingham in a farewell address to all was greatly applaud and , and read a most excellent paper, wL li deserved much credit. Miss Frances Wrench- also a v e dioteorinfor the brightclass of ’99 > j e New Shipments* Flower Pots, . . Jardinieres Ice Cream . .. * Freezers. BRUNSWICK BOOK CO. farewell to to her class-mates, the teaobers the Hoard of Education the audience, in one of the lineal and best read essays that has ever been delivered in the auditorium of the Clynn Uigh School . Col, VV. E. Kay was then introduced by Superintendent Orr and In a hril liant speech introduced Hon, W, G. Krantiev the orator of the evening, Mr, Brantley's address was a heaut ful inspiration filled with happy thoughts and replete with sound logic The audience frequently interupted him with cheers and evidenced in every way their hearty approval of h'g words. His references to the work of the teaohers was a high trib ute to their worth and voiced the sentiments of every leading mao in Brunswick . To the following class, Mr. Edwin Brobston president of the Board of Education of Glynn county, present- Kaiser * Stupendous Silk Sale. The Greatest Bargains In Silks Ever Known. ✓ PKICEB PORiTHIS WKKK ONLY. Lot A. If) pieces of Choice Silks ;24 inch figured Foulards an elegant assortment. Then 15 pieces of Talfetas in all colors 20 inch wide from 50 to 75c. values. All go this week at 46c. per yard Lot B, A superb Black Silk selection. An ele gant quality of Japanese silks 28 Inches wide that have retailed at 75c. per yard. On special sale this week at 57c per yard Lot C. Avery effigant quality of Black (iloria Silk, cheap at 85c., 25 inches wide. Then 10 pieces of Fancy Silk in stripes and plaids. This week sale price oic Lot D. ~ 100 yds. of Black Satin Duchess, also Black Taffeta 25 inches wide, regular price $1.25 This week sale price • 89c Kaiser Bros. PRICE Five CEN * ed the faithtuliy er.rivc , ilcmaa : Misses Ltolie Buti*. D-ttia bing ham, Anr.ie 3adey, L. .ia Jtneia, Amelia begni, Annie file Tabfcot, Frances Wrei.ou, M,. t bur Rosgei. Mr. Ilrohstjn’s wordc *eceCicg r„o delivery of the dipionma ws’b s art ling in the.r o.'.ovfncii g empba&s of the needs of n.cro appr ,p?iatioos for publio scli'uds. IDs com parative fig ures showing 100 sma*i appropria tions for school purpvoea against other departments of pnoiio business were reveiauous to rasn.r. His beau tiful tributes to the teccWs and tne graduating class were gem* of ora • tory and his plea for tne more liberal education of the boys were earnestly delivered and heartily received. To one side of the graduating on the stage were seated last evening, the teachers who have helped the sev eral classes from day to day . Lot E. 25 pieces oLLibtrty Satin in all colors. Then 10 pieces of Obangtsole Teffetae.a very elegant quality V .inches wide 85 to 90c. values. All go this week at 76c. per yard Lot F, 10 pieces of Corded Hilt n, a very elegant quality of Forced Taffetas all the leading shadCß22 inches wlde.Tbay ar?sl 25 values Down they go tlus week to Site. Lot G. 10pieces o.‘ Forde-l and E nbry dot Taf fetas. The very latest and a very aand some line. When wj say $. 75 valve, it is there. Down they go—way down Swept to sl.lß per yard Lot H -100 yd of B’ack Satin 21 inches wide, veiy heavy, used for dno skirt worth $1.75. To be sold this week r.t $1.29