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PRIJME 10; NO. 141.
Supply Your Boys and Girls with Good Bicycles This Week at $15.00 Each. J. A. Montgomery, 503 Gloucester Street We wonld like to have you visit-' — ' u=s -—-AN D C-U-B-A . Customer of ours. We are after business M and contemplate P E-X-P-A-N-S-l-O-N A-N-N-E X-A-T-l-O-N.-' Drug C 0,.., Ipß* 55 ..... PACE SETTERS. • |k Von Weller, Teacher of Mus'c o|pii 40 ;ein of experience in (lie ■A approved methods, both of * nd America, will receive a pmmTted number of pupils for vocal and instrumental study All stringed in struments taught .together with Piano end Organ,both Pipe and Reed, Voice building a specialty. Persons desiring i m io i mi il. A 112,00 EASTMAN KODAK outfit to be given away at our soda fountain on July Ist. Every pur chaser of a glass of soda during this month has a chance at this perfec* camera. The crowds that drink at our Fountain is a guar antee that everything is first class at BUTTS’ DRUG STORE, “On the Corner.” Cleanliness is our hobby, this means a lot in the soda business. • Ft Rent. Tb furnished cottage no Simoi s Is land known as the Wylly cottage €has. Wylly, City Half. Special Offering * * In Men’s Woolen Suits this week are eight lots TEN DOLLAR SUITS that we will make the re* la mark able price of h-*9 -.= Per Suit \ These are new, stylish patterns and are good ■ values at ten dollars, but in order to cut dow-n H our stock we make the above special offer for m one wees * Some bargains in Ladies’ snd Childrens Ox - fords and Shippers to close out. L|bMoattfr Heads, Letter Heads, Statements, and in fact anything in the job printing line at the Times job Office THE BRUNSWICK TIMES. to engage lessons will be called upon by leaving their address at Room 35 Oglethorpe hotel. The prettiest dowers that crown ladles bats at the Misses Slaters . For Diabetes use STU, ART ’S GPN and BUCH U. Advertise in The Times, For Sal?. One nice Jersey milk cow at pail J I). Sparks. Advertise in The Times. BROSWICNK GA. TH RSDAT MORNING. JUNE 22. 1899 TIMBER RATES SHOW MORE STRENGTH. Ocean Freights and Charters &■ Taken From the Last Report. TONNAGE CONTINUES IN DEMAND. This, the Osneral Condition Lilt ot Vessels bound From Brunswick nnd Rates Affecting Sams- Advioes from New York are to the effect that timber rites from the Gulf to the Uoited Kingdom and Conti nent are showing mors strength, with rates held at 975, 6d. to 98s, 9d, Ton nage to the River Plate continues in demand, particularly from Uulf ports. Shippers indicate a willingness to pay from $13.60 to $13,75 for medium' sized tonnage to Buenos Ayres. Ade quate West Indian tonnage is diffi cult to obtain Coastwise tonnage is in good demand with rates based on $5.62! from Brunswick and $7.87)# from the Gulf to New York. Fixtures from this port since last report are as follows: m KUROrKAN, British steamer Twickenham, 1613 tons, Sapelo to United Kingdom or Continent, timber p . t.; prompt. WKST IN DIRS. British steamer, (guarantee) Bruns wick to Santiago 450,000 feet of lum ber at, $8 and 1000 tons of coal, pt,; .July. COASTWISB. Schooner Maggie G Hart, 488 tons, Brunswick to Portland, lumber, $5,75, Schooner FA T 1, upton, 876 tons, Brunswick to Philadelphia, ties 15 cents and free wharfage. Brig Leonora, 436 tons, Brunswick to New York, lumber, $5 50 Schooner Willie L Newton, 866 tons r ßama. at or about, $5.60 Schooner John C Smith, 893 tons, same Schooner Levi Hart, 364 tons, same dry cypress Schooner Florence I,eland, 284 tons, Brunswick to Noank, lumber, $6 Sobooner Charlotte T. Sibley, 35$ tons, same. Schooner Falmouth, 379 tons, Bruns wiok to Baltimore, dry cypress, p t Schooner Jennie K Righter, 615 tons, St, Simon to New Haven, lumber $5.62) a Schooner Aimed* Willey, 493 tons, Brunswick to New York, lumber, $5 62 Schooner Waltham, 449 tons, Bruns wick to Noank, lumber, $5,73 Sobooner Anna R Bishop, 426 tons, Sat ilia to New Xoifc, lumber $6,76 Schooner Lizzie Chadwick, 449 tons, Brunswick to New Haven, lumber $5 .75 •.ohooner John K lialliday, 361 tons Satilla River to New York, lumber, $5 6,2)if and river towage, Schooner Norombega, 266 tons Sa tilla to New York, lumber, $5.75 and river towage. Schooner H G Beecher, 346 tons, same Schooner Napoleon Bougbton, 728 tons, Satilla to New York, lumber, $5.75 Schooner St Thomas, 654 tons, Brunswick to Boston, lumber, p t Schooner Sarah A- Fuller. 49 ; 8 ton-, Brunswick to New York, lumber DISCOVERED j . IN A DUNGEON. | A Rival of Aguinaldo is Found By the American Sol diers. m HAD BEEN IN PRISON A YEAR. s G*n Wheaton Retires to Iraki With a Lot of Prisoners—He Cono’ndes It Is Useless to Hold Perez DaKiiarinas 1 Manila, June 21. —Gen . 'Wheaton to day withdrew the United Slates forces from Perez Dasuiarinas and returned ts luius The Americans have man] prisoners, who were taken during the past few days A number of the cap tured Filipiuo soldiers were dressed in white costumes Amigos Artieho, a rival of Aguinaldo, who bad been in prison since June of last year, was dis covered at Dasmannas. lie was over joyed at bis release. Will Not Form a Cabinet Paris, June 21, —M Bourgeois arriv al here this morning. After conferr ing with President Loubet, Bourgeois culled M. Brisson and other political friends and talked over the situation ■Later he announced ne declined form ing a cabinet Delioasee will now prob ably be asked to form a cabinet, Gorman is Sick Laurel, Md, June 21—Senator Gor man is very sick As soon as he can trav el will go to some Northern sum mer resort, and not return to Mary land till the middle of October, He it suffering with liver trouble, lie has not been well since he went to New York to confer with the Tammany leaders. Wedding Presents In sterling silyerware and cut glass, are the most appropriate and lasting you can give. vVe have a large new line in, and invite you to call and look. HllfiU . . ENGRAVED BEL KENNON MOTT, The Jeweler, 215 Newcastle St. Time Vjf uaily from Washington. Official Inspector of watcheß for Bouthern. Hall way. $5. T 2 %; salt out, p t * .Schooner Aetna, 333 tons, Bruns wick to New York, lumber, at or about $5,00 Working Blight and Bay- The busiest and mightsest little thing hat ever was made is Dr. King's New Rife Pills. Every pill is a sugar coated globule of health, that changes weakness into strength, listlessness iuto energy, brain lag into mental power. They’re wonderful in building up the health. Only 25c per box. Sold by all druggists. A TEN PER GENT DIVIDEND NOW This Amount is Declared by Re ceiver Janies S. Wright of M. and T. Bank. JUDGE SEABROOK DIRECTS ORDER Attorneys Claims Allowed For Bringing Money Into Court and Several Civil Oases Disposed of By order of Judge Seabrook presirt ing in Glynn superior court yester day, Receiver .James 8. Wright, of the Merchants & Traders Bank, declared a dividend of ten per cent, payable on and after July 10:h. This is the sec ond dividend that lias been declared under the safe and conservative man ageuienl of Receiver Wright and lie is evidently using every means possi ble to realize on what assets the bank hail left after (lie crash camo nearly two years ngo. Four Brunswick law firms, Messrs, Owen Johnson, H. F. Uiinwody, Brantley .t Rennet and C, Symiuer, were allowed yesterday a balance in cash of $2 800 which added lo $1,200 already paid them makes their cash prooceeds from the receivership $4,000, This $4,000 was allowed them for services in bringing some of the Merchants <t Traders money into court. $1,200 has been paid them, $1,400 is to be paid them atones then tile receiver is to pay tlie creditors ten per cent after which lie, the receiver is to get live hundred dollars on account of his fees and after these fees and dividends are paid the law yers are to get $1,400 more if the re otf&r has tliat much left, or as much of that amount as he has on hand. The amounts paid attorneys by the order passed and the amounts|inolud ing offsets, etc , that have already been paid attorneys interested in the receivership total over $12,000. It is not known when another dividend will be declared but the receiver is work ing bard to make debtors pay up and there is strong likelihood of more money coming to creditors at the term of court following the next, I Judge Seabrook wound up the civil cases :n which Judge Bennet was dis qualified, yesterday morning, and left last uight for Savanuah . This moruing at 8;30 Judge Bennet will take up the miminal docket and rush that branch of the business through. It is probable that the grand jury will get through today and send up their presentments, They will, besides other recommendations state their choice of Mr. J. \V. Con nely as justice of the peace to succeed dudge James T. Lambright. The cases tried yesterday were; First National Bank of Brandon, Vt. vs N alional Bank of Brunswick— Complaint, Dismissed by plaintiff’s counsel Jas S Wright, Reo, vs A II Cane, et al—Complaint. Dismissed as to Mer chants National Bank of Savannah, anil as to Van B, Clark, administrator estaf s J H Clark, on motion of plain tiff’s counsel J S Wright, Reo. vs F K Twitty Complaint. Verdict for defendant by direction. Johnson at and Krauss vs Atkinson and Dunwody-Appeal. Judgement; for plaintiff, Merohauts and Traders Banketal Rich | Cut I Glass. 1 § Handsome 5 Pictures. BRUNSWICK BOOK CO. eJ P Davenport—Petition injuno :on. e f o., original intervention Mer lante National of Yaldoata. Order requiring trustee to pay money o in ter veil or. ,Tas 8 Wright, et al and Foster and '.ung et al vs Merchants and Tradgf*. tank et al—lntervention of Regina fllisetsl. Order allowing interven ■ion. J H Wright et al and F, & I. et al vs ferchanta and Traders Bank et al— Jeceiver injunction, etc. Order ap roving receiver’s report, etc. Order allowing counsel and receiv es fees and the payment of div *nds. The Fair Meves Everything moves along in shape mourning the Fair matters. Secre ■.ry Irvine told The Times reporter ist night, “the charter gets in force ..owin'less than twelve days, and verything is about in shape to go •Uiead at a lively paoo just as soon as that is accomplished. You have no idea of the amount of interest all over he state and section our Fair is ore KAISER BROS., 'J 1 11 E OLD RELIABLE. Constant Attractions and Plenty of Them. Another week of Value Giving which shrewd shoppers cannot afford to miss. Important under I’rice sale of New Wngli Goods. White Pique Welts. Several bargain lots will be offer 'd this week, Specials in wide wale Piques at 150, 18c 22 l-20. Light Blue Pique Welts, ISo; Quali ty “A” 130. Our great Lawn J.eader, Figured Jaoonetts, Per—- <$c -yard Another lot of Fancy Lawns, this reason's designs only. Our 5o quality •pecial at 3 1 2c LAWNS AND DIMITIES: £ 180 value very line new J.awn spe atal 11 l-2c v lUc value striped Dimities and fancy ■* jeeial at 6 l-2o W li ITJS TURKISH TOWELS. J.arge size white Turkish Towels 350 quality, marked down to 23c 18c quality marked down to 13c. A heavy, large aize, bleaobed cotton Cowel at 9o KAISER BROS. PRICE PIVB CEN ’ ating. And w ( th what I >.-ow about such things I car. say wi i:j jr-lag to have many.exoelleat iea'o *s and a big crowd, All th„ more ..rots sr in full acoord, evan Ike oro era -f the past few months aie now .'xwrour and. The snbscriptlon list oh w l.Lat, aud you take tha accordance t f r Le mrke up of the oanvassfngoopiro u’.jb— evury one of them ar. i.ve and up to date, and tha confluence of town is plaoed in then. liaey are work)tg It up, they are tne town at . commit tee. Every sign Is enoom aging.” Push the Soot 1 - E*t G.Pair. col. wuTrkf bnVeftains. Proved a Delightful Rost to Several Die tmgaiihta people. Col. W, K. Kay, one of tie promi nent members of the liruuswick bar entertained at dinner last evening complimentary tc Judge Seabrook and a small oompany of distinguished people in a most delightful manner. His guests were Jud** Ssabrook, Judge J .W. Benset, S licltor Gen eral Solicitor John V 7. B-nnet:, Hon. W. G. Brantley, Judge Boiling Whit field, Col, Owsn Johnses, Judge S. C. Atkinson. GENUINE FRENCH ORGANDIES. The finest French Organdies, im ported goods, all tbia se-sena style*, we have sold them at SOo per yard, marked down te close oat at 250 Genuine imported Ginghams, Im ported Gingkama silk striped, alto plaids. Marked down to close out at 3Go LADIES NECKWEAR. All our Ladies Neckwear we will close out this week at A CTUAL COST PARASOLS One lot of white eilk Parasols ritb three rufllea, very special, marked down to close out at 91.89. LADIES SHIRT WAISTS, Marked down to close out. Our 750 waists marked down to 380 Our $1.26 waists marked d-wo fu $1 Our $1.60 waists marked *lov n to Ji 25 LADIES CORSET COVERS. 15a oorset covers mark'd down to 120 18c corset covers mark.d u. wr. to IZa 280 oorset covers ma*kcil L wii lo 2zo