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THE BRUNSWICK TIMES,
VOLUME 11; No. 91. ICE CREAM MOW OIMI T AP. OUR SODA FOUNTAIN RULES Ice Coam 10 Cents. Ice Craem Soda and Fruits 10 Cts. Nothing Charged. No Objectionable Parties Served* BROWN DRUG CO. H Populists for Bryan. M in., April II —'l'ne pupil- Wt*C state convention, which met here ; selected ten delegates and IgWernatea to the Sioux Falla conven -800. The delega'es were instructed ■for Bryan for President. “Dfftß STUCK” KILLS BUGS If it don’t you get your money back, -*s*-Big Bottle 25 Cents.-^^l% s—' Easy to Use. Not Poisonous. W J BUTTS, The Druggist, | “On the Corner.” Cleanse the liver purify the blood, invie- the bcdy by using iteWitt's i.ittle Kisers These famous little pills al- act promptly. VV. J. Butts, the Drug ' # imgur Easter B|L tfit - Our Spriny Assortment ol ■■png, Shoes, y* Furnishing, Hats Eieautiful. We have some specially swell styles sof the foremost fashion makers'. Things [ find anywhere else; so while looking this ir outfit come to see us. We can please you ?e anything extra for the better facilities we . All the style at a little less profit than else- EVY’S SIX PAGES H. Clark, Chauncey, Qa , says DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve cured- him of piles that had ailllcted him for twenty years. It is also a speedy cure (or skin diseases. Be ware of dangerous counterfeits. W. J, Butts, the Druggist. Eggs for hatching, from iineat thor oughbred Plymouth Rooks. Tomato and cabbage plants for sale. Lave ordera at 503 Gloucester street- Have your Kaater clo'hes pressed by •lim Carter. BRUNSWICK, GA., THURSDAY MORNING, APRIL 12, 1900. YEARLY REPORT OF PRESBYTERIAN CASH A Detailed Statement as Made by the Treasurer on Sunday Last HOW THE MONEY WAS SPENT. An Excellent Showing That Reflects Credit Upon Rev. Hollingsworth, Church Officials and the Congregation. At a congregational meeting: last Sunday morning, after service, the church treasurer made bis report, which was supplemented by a report from the pastor as to the last year's work. These reporta will go to the Presbytery, which meets in tb% Law ton Memorial church, Savannah, to morrow. A few items oulled from the reports show gratifying p'ogretß along aouie lines. This is seen especially in the amount of money raised for various schemes of church work. The church reports 4 elders and 2 active deacons, with a total of 140 communicants and 40 baptiz'd non-conimknioanta. The Sunday school, of which Mr. A. M, Way is superintend* n’, shows a total of 109 teachers and scholars, with pearly SIOO given for its own support .and other causes. LM.Ll44Jii4.Jtf P l(frf jj/Mriisapwi ially gratifying is the faot that nearly 541*100 has been expended during the jearjin much needed repairs and im prove inenta of the church. Electric lights and a pipe o-gan have been put in, the church has be'n extensively repaired, and an addition for organ and class room bu P, all of which have been paid for in full. Wh.le doing this, nearly S3OO have beeo added to the sinking fur.<l io ward another payment on the eburob debt, and the contributions to benevo lent schemes of the church show an increase over last year. The treasurers r-port shows the fol lowing sums contributed (luring the year: Foreign misskns ... $ 77 24 Assembly’s home missions 22 73 Local home missions 45 77 Colored evangelistic fund 32 31 Relief fund, heretofore invalid 7 50 Kduoation 37 25 Publication 5 98 Presbyterial 15 03 C. ngregational,including pas tor’s salary 2,329 13 Miso llareous 3 00 Total $2,577 97 The following itema show how the money for the organ and church re pairs was raised and expended: KICK'ITS. Manse Circle $l4O 50 Capt. VV, M. Tupper, subscrip tion list 128 00 W. F. Hollingsworth, sub scription list 208 30 Aid society 25 00 Mrs. W. M. Tupper, organ fund 236 18 Total $737 98 BXPKHDITURKB. Organ fund $478 93 Repairs of church property ns go Addition to church 140 55 Total $737 98 THE BOERS ARE WHIPPING BRITISH Gallant Fighters in South Africa Continue to Do Their Strong Enemy. A SIGNAL VICTORY REPORTED Six Hundrei Killel and Wounded and E gli Hundred Made Prisoners by Poers Near Brandfort. New G rk, April 11.—A dispatch to the Tribune from London says : The seventh month of the war in sou'h Africa opens with the reports from Boer sources of another British disaster. If the news oan be trusted a terrible reverse has been infl oted up on the British arms. According toan oflloial announcement in Pretoria, telt egrapbed by the Nows corre-pindent, a battle has been fought south of BrandforU® which the British sufr fered a in addition to 800 csp'nred by the Boers. This int-llig. noe is am ply continued by the Mail’s correspond ent of the Hoer side, who reports from Br mlfort that Jen . DsWet on Satur day defeated u British fur a third time in a wee- tbe soene of this last engagement b.ing Meertkatstontsln^-. ' an.-. *5-, .- "y m r.-j7'3Ps***""* s>• 1u 11 < "een iece# from Brltfsb sources of the reven*|j and |t would be atfviaabufTOt at'ohoS to give to atatementa of British losses 1 heir face val te. The present an nouncement may, after all, be merely a rehash of tin Boer versions of Sanas Post and Keddersburg, although it should certainly be borne in mind that the Mlil’e telegram speaks distinctly of a third British defeat. Morphine, opium, laudanum, cocoains habit. Myself cured, will inform you of harmless, permanent home cure. Mary S, Baldwin, Box 1212, Chicago. t 4 31 W W Mayliew, Merton, Wis., says:"! consider One Minute Cough Cure a most wonderful medicine i|uick and safe.” It is the only remedy that gies immediate re sults. It cures coughs, colds, croup, bron chitis, grip, whooping cough, pneumonia and all throat and lung trouble Its early use prevents consumption. Children al ways like it and mothers endorse it. W.l Butts, the Druggist. ANOTHER FIVE MASTER. Schooner Jtnnis Fnnoh Potter Ready for Sea Loaded With Orosetiea. Another five-master is loaded and ready for sea. This one is the big schooner Jennie French I’o’ter, Pot ter. master, which has taken on a car go of orossties for Mr. Arthur Greg ersten, and will sail today for New York oarrylng 31,C00 ties. The Potter expects to go to sea drawing 21 3, and never touch bottom. Since arriving here the Potter has been visited by many sightseers, and her clever mas ter has made many friends who hope for his early return . “On to Jim C irterV’ should be tie ory (and particularly) this wt ek. Contributed in lumber $ 34 53 Contributed in labor 50 CO $ 84 53 737 9* Total $822 51 SIX PAGES PRICE FI VE CENTS Glassware, Tumblers, Goblets, Pitchers, BRUNSWICK BOOK COMPANY “Confederate R-union R ites. The annual reunion of United Confederate Veterans will take place,at Louisville, Ky., May 3J, continuing until June 8. For this occasion the Southern Railway C . will soli tickets ut the extremely low rate of $11.70 for the round C. L. Candler, Genoral Agent. taster Novelties. fpa Don’t forget your friends on Easter, but j A call Inand jet one oftki 'f* pr -> cll I . l A New Line Of jliamonds just received. Call and Look: KENNON MOTT, dRW K L F,R AN I) GItADU AT K OPTIC IA N, 215 Newcastle Street, Inspector of Watches for NouUiern.liuilwuy. Time l.y Wire daily from VV: tlilrgton What Two Cents Will Do. It will bring relief to sufferers from asth ma or consumption, even the worst oases. This is about what one dose of Foley's Honey and Tar costs. Isn’t it worth a trial? W. J. Butts, the Druggist. Try Jim Carter on your old olothee. R=R-R=RIP^ Thats the fifth time you have cught your foot in that old ragged carpet Don’t Tell Your Wife anything about it but refurnish your parlor this year and surprise her. New carpet, rugs, chairs, tables, pic tures everything you will need can be found in our new arrivals of spring goods*. Come early and take your pick. S’ftl/rfl The best thing we can say lUlfLu °f the well known Buck is that years in the business WE SELL THEM. H. M. MILLER & SONS Pullsy iS.lt Rings, 2oy. per pair, for this week only. Knuon Mitt, Jew eler, 215 Ns wcastl? stree''. 3; Our Oxfords please both I he eye t nd the foot. Palmer Shoe Cos. Light Weights. Get your last summer’s light suit and have Jim Carter made an Easter suit out of B. FOR RENT—Furnished rooms with board. Apply 105 G St.