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VOLUME 11; NU M \>ER 102
ICE OBBAM rvICDX/N/ ON T AF OUR SODA FOUNTAIN RULES % Ice Cream 10 Cents. Ice Craem Soda and Fruits 10 Cts- Nothing Charged. No Objectionable Parties Served- BROWN DRUG CO. Did- Mr. 1.. F. Bet 11 died on Hie 17th at the h me of her grandaughter, Mre.G. A. Newman. She *( the widow of John W. Hevill, an old resi dent of <'.lumbus, Gs. .and thedangh ter of Ttoomai H, i lit ttjk civil w rf'i> * Hancock County, Hi., J'> Clean Your Old , -— v ll *Straw Hats With J —_LINANE One 25c ■ hats nr mm t jr hl ' l c at ii S' I""'. K- r - . 27 h, at 11 :30 o’clock a. BkurfOie of nominating cart the variona Her l*g slatur e, to be j BODIES SKIRTS. P j Crash WA new lot of \ fc (Demins * 1 and Pique tr SKIRTS. 52.50 to be sold out regardless of cost for houses ear at a bargain. fxfeVY’S ■F I THE BRUNSWICK TIMES. At the age of 16 ebe united with the Methodist Church ai.d lived the life of a pure and noble woman. Alibi ugh an tnva'id seven long years she bore her aufferirg with cbr istisn fortitude ao<l would often remark that she was JwMhwaitin ir the nnimmo of her ' yTkjevout Christian, drvotrd gone to her reward. k y" jpction to Im Mggf June 15th next, nnil to t rant - other business as may prop erly ootr e before the cl it I '. Every club member anil supporter should be pres ent , ami all are urged to attorn!. N. EMANUEL. Free Glynn G tod Government Club. BRUNSWICK, GA., WEDNESDAY MORNING, APRIL 2?, 1900. PROGRAM FOR MEMORIAL DAY irome Entertaicing Exercises Will Be Held in the Grand Opera House. THE LINE OF MARCS PREPARED. N. ■ —} Navnl Militia, Rillenten. and Other Or ganizations Invited to Participate. Battalion Drill lo Follow. Mjor K Ernest Dsr', Mar.htl the Play, w It publish Ills orders od Thursday morning. He yesterday announced his aides as follows: I>*. John O. Stiles. I.t. G. L. Elliott, Dr. 11. W Blanton, Asst. Surg. Fourth K-giment, Maj. I.ouie 11. Hay mb, U. K. K. of I*., I.t. Henry Hirscb, Mr. Ralph Topper, Mr. C. H. I.eavy. As Tit. Hiraob’s commission has not yet arrived, It is probable that I.t: Elliot w II act as Adjutant. Mr. S.T. Her ley wil he Sergeant Major. Tue parade w ill sisemM' a’ 2:;i0 o’clock, in Trout of ilie City Hall, and march from'here to Hit Grand Opera House, wlttre the exercises wt I be held. The program arianged for (his is as fol’owe: Frajerby K v M . Hollingsworth. Heng hy choir . Com pcs i ion hy Burft.rd Coney. Presentation of Medal to Din ford Coney, by Mrs. K K. II ( kins. Hong by Choir. & Addreis by Mr. St elby Myrick, who b ’ m cor 11 y |(on. 11. F, Dun wody, Hong. Mrs. K F. Coney will deliver to the veterans Hie crones donated by the Daughter* of Hie Confcdejaoy. Services w II close with benediolior. From the opera home the line of march will be down Newcastle street to .M tin Ib id, out Mansfield to the cem etery, ami if Hie companies desire, af- t r ilie naliile i llrea end taps sound eJ, tt ere will lea battalion dres. pe nds in front of St. Mark’s ehurcb. 'l’he formation of tlio line will proba bly be as f .llo>v: Sijm id of mounted police under I.evison. Marine band. Confederate Veterans, under Cap*. Horace Hart. Torpedo division, naval militia. First division, naval militia. 15 unswick Riflemen. Carriage. The Masons at and Knights of Pythii a have b.en invited to participate, and it is Imped Hoy will do so. Five Hundred Dollars Rtw&rd. The Soutliei n Railway Cos. is offering a stand ing reward of JJOO for the arrest and conviction of any onelfound guilty of lampeiing With or editing anv of th- tr te Hires. PROCLAMATION ISSUED. __ Mayor Atkinson Rrqosoti A'l Busiosis Bouoti to Oloi* Msmorial Day. Signed by Ms)or D D. A kioaon ant},Clerk T.. C. Bode', and with the ofllaial aeal attrc.hed, the following proolatnati n wss i sued yesDrla) : Wlieress, Thursday, the 26th day of April, A. D, 1900, has been designa ted ae Memorial day for the purpo.e of hilling appropriate services in memory of our Confederate dead, a memory nourished by our Doble wo men and stored to all the South, and, Whereas, It i< meet *nd proper, and to the erd that all people rbou'd have oppor:unity to participate in suoh ser vices, Now, therefore, under and by virtue of the authority in me veated, I, Dean Dunwody Atkinson, mayor orthecity of Brunsw e fir., do "hereby dlreot ad departments of ih- city to be olos ed during the hour* from 2p. m. to 6 p. m. on the said Memorial day, and do ri<iuest that all the oil sens dose (heir businete houses durli g the said hours. IBE NEGRO WAB SHOT. Burg’ar H't Whilt Attainting <o Enter Lot.', .t La wii’ Wars house. In yeattrday’s issue, The Times gave an account of no attempt of a negro to burglarize the warehouse of Lott & Lewis, and of the shots tir'd at him by special < 111'er Aroow. It developed yesterday that the negro was hit by some of Hie shot, and be waa lakt n out of b le in the Acre in a badly pepper- ed oondlt>on and placed in jail. Library Closes Thursday. The directors of the Brunswick Library Association, having decided to |! ve a holiday on Thuredsy tbo tit; h in honor of Memorial Day, subscrib ers are hereby no'ilied that the li brary will be closed on ttint day and will re-open on Friday, the following day at the usual time. G. J. Oiik, Annie O’Connor, Free. Bcy. r Last Jekyl Ouoiii Leave Today. Mr. William Strulhere, of Philadel phia, and bis charming family, after spending the entire season on Jekyl Island, leave thia morning for (heir home. They are among the first to arrive on Jekyl, and are the lsit to 1-ave that del glitful resort. Will be in the Parade. Torpedo Division, Naval Militia, had a good meeting and drill laat n’ght, and decided to participate in the Msmorinl D.y ezeroia s, Fifth Regiment Coming. Commander Frank I). Aikan baa been in correspondence with the Fifth Regiment, and it ia now practioally assured that they will come to Bruns wick for a rummer v&oalb u POLITICAL GOSSIP AMONG GLYNN YOTERS Speculation Rife as to G. G. C’s. Coming Candidate lor Legislature- IS IT CROVATT OR FRANKLIN? One Has a Good County Position and the Others Name is Being Much Discussed by Voters. In regard to rumors to the effect that Mr. A. 1,. Franklin h and bet n no in haled to make the rs e for 111 1 gia lature by a meeting of (1 .od Gov ernment c'ub men on Batur L y 1 n prominent member of that order stated to s Times reporter yesterday that it was a mia'ake. He raid that no few men of the G. G. C.’e would get to gether and try to name officers, but that in respon-e lo a call now run ning in the lity papers, a meeting of the club and its support! rs would be h'M on Friday npxt, al which the en tire attendance wi 1 participite in nummating candidates fur I be varn.us nffloea. Political gossip is rife a< to Who W 1 he the G. G. C’. candidate for repre senta'ive. Cuneidunng that former rspreaenal alive Emanuel doss not want to go hack, the mist talked of men are Mr. A. I. Franklin and Judge A. J. Crovatt, but In view of the fact that the Good Governments have as one of tbelr cardinal priccip’os thal public patronage should not practical ly all go to one man, and the turther fact that Mr, Franklin has been well favored in this respect, it is prubable he will not allow his name to he used in connection with, the GHoe. Ex pressions from Judge Crovatt are bard to get, aa ha seems to be too deep ly ergrorsed in bis clients’ legal af fairs to talk politics. It may be that Mr. Emanuel will rue again, but straws now point to the popular Judge. Fur the otl er of fices there will probably be a nation of those now holding, but until the representative is named the poli tioians and public will be on the guess ng list. HARRY WHEELER ARRESTED. Aeouied of Stealing Sixty Dollars Prom a Companion. liairy Wlieeler, a young white men well known in thia section of tha state, came down from Jeeup wi h a friend Tuesday night and wont out “on the town” with him. The fru nd lost |oo,i and Wheeler had a haikmao arrested for stealing the money. On investi gation yesterday the authorities came to the conclusion that Wheeler was the guilty one, so they arrested him and lurn-d i tie hock man 1 mi*. Glassware, Tumblers, Goblets, Pitchers, BRUNSWICK BOOK COMPANY FAIR MEETING YESTERDAY. Much Work Dohe By Enthusiastic Of ficers and Directors. There was a good meeting of the fair aes icialion lUlAyis and diecctors yi ateriisy and mtichiJflrk was done by that en-tiu9iaai io body I’be movement to eet ttm military h re was placed well under (way, and Nk (T 1 JM I l,i£ / v I j [ j uMyii ** s i II DON’T STAND OUTDE—— Aril look ni. (lie pretty things in our win,to* and (lien go away. Don't think turn Itccauee they are no handsome that ymt can't alfurU to pay the price Wo krep only goo,l MOds-l.lgti qunl ties I hat Ve thoroughlr ‘rSla le' - ml oil? prices an* Hiin>rbmg:ly low. Call in ind los£lth- you wish to !!• not, we will he Kind to show you around. 1 "“ to ‘ 01 KENNON MOTT,\ Jeweler and Graduate (Optician. 215 Newcastle Street, A Inspector of Wa'clir* for Southern Hallway. Time by.W ire daily from Washington ( Mr. Geo Br&dnaok Visiting Brunswiok. The many friends of Mr Geo. Brad n ok w io have followed hie suooessful c r er sir oe leaving Brunswick, were pleased to grret b in here yeaierday . Mr. Brudnsok hie made a phenomenal rise in the buskers world, due to his push and energy, aid now that he is m Y° u Can't f*t| Stop the Sun ||| \ front shining without, but you gftj'p’lK’ can stop it from sh'ning iti at yj\ ' ycur window. Get our prices on a w rvi i rs 4 c=> s , They were never so low. PICTURES NEW AND PLEASING Pictures never “wear out.” They arc kept for years as a rule. Day after day they hang on the wall and either be come very tiresome or keep well within the family favor. So look cut when buying them - . W e sell pictures AT FURNITURE STORE PRICES, Not at picture store prices, and that one fact makes your picture money just about twice as valuable iu our store. We will be pleased to have you’call, H. M. MILLER & SON, PRICE FIVE CENTK- Mwisrs. Farmer and Mott were ap pointed a oommitree to'-oonfer with t lie various gun clubs throughput the state about seouring their attendance. Phis they will do through the Bruns wick Gun club, and many areWpaoted to participate in the shoot. * When looking for something good to eat see W. H. DeVoe. Hi)..can ltelp you. at the head of the imraori|c h sinees '.*7 of Ludlen & Bates in New York he has gained a place that he fully de serves. At, a former Briinswiokian and a good, whole-souled gentleman, The Times is pleased to welcome Mr. Brad nack to Brunswick again.