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VOLUME 11; NUMBER 123
WANTED— A Bright, Smart, Good-Looking Boy and ONE WHAT DON’T SMOKE CIGARETTES * I To assist at Soda Fountain after three o’clock week days and all day Sundays’. I BROWN DRUG CO. A HAWAIAN I'ABTT. Rssidsata of llawsii to Hold Aloof from O'd Porty Lins. Chicago, Mi; 18.—A special t> the Record fnm Him lulu Msy S), sis Victorie, B. C. ssjr: .Special Agent of the Unit ed States Harold M . Sewell, who has been the omdidste for governor-moat promi nently put forward, says in an inter view that be letter some days ago saying that his nsune could not receive further consideration. M “The American party territoriJ convention in the Hawaiian island Your Old i , Straw Hats With J t LINANE ne 25c package cleans eight Hs or one M \ BUTTS, The Druggist. “On the Corner.” held on My 30 in Honolulu toi Borganize the party and to relent dGe- j Mtei totbe National R'put licsn Con- 1 rtillidetpbia. Primaries " ever) J.reel net , u "difefM on 1!) ' eonferencs of proinirent na yesterday it was decided to for tbe present that the Hawaii aloof from both I lie republi Hand democrat and otkh a Hawaiian party. J. f). farter BWa *it dureed for to con gress." H_o CLOSE OUT POtjr entire line of La dies’ Colored Waists. Retail from to $3.00 | To close them out at 69 C E N TS Come early and get first choice. LEVY’S -.1:. . ... THE BRUNSWICK TIMES. CAN CHASE ’EM. Rebel Vessel) Flying the Columbian Flsg Can Be Run Down. New York, May 18.—A dispatch to the Herald from Panama says; “The Columbian government, by a deoree of the minister of foreign>f faire, has informed all consuls here that vessels now cruising on the coast in the service of the revolutionists can and captured by the war ships of other nation?. “It is alleged that the revo’utionlsts I I have no right to In ist the C ilumhian dig and sail under If. This fact has been common cated to the United States minister in lUgo's, who has in formed the government in Washing ton." Seriously Hurt. During I he ga’e yesterday afternoon Mr. Richard Walker was blown off the roof of the new home on Union street and painfully hurt. BRUNSWICK, GA„ SATURDAY MORNING, MAY 19, 1900. SOME FACTS ABOUT TEE COMING MINSTREL Riflemen and Marine Band Getting in Excellent Shape for Their Show Next Week FINE T&LENT TO PARTICIPATE Hensil. Doorflnger, Freeman and Olliers Will Be Seen in Catchy Turns. Street Parade Tuesday, 4:30 P. M. Tti’ Kill •men snd Msrir.e band are praoMoing every n’ght fir the Cuming mirier, 1 which w.ll be givi u at the Grand opera bouse next Tuesday and Wednesday nights, and jidging from the number of seats which have al ready been sold, the indicttions are very gratifying, Besides the music which will be furuished by the Marine band there will also be some of the beet vocal mu sic that has been listened lo by any one. C*pt. Frank Dunn, Profs. Deal and Baumgartner, as well as all the mem bmra of both organisations, are very enthusiastic, and deserve to be so, for the talent is goniothlng immense. Jolly Capt, Dunn will be the inter locutor, and everybody knows what that means, for he is a line fellow for a middleman, and will direct llie per f irmauce with grace and dignity. Oscar Hebssl, who Is a professional minstrel man, and Chas. Dorllinger, woo is one of tiie beat amateurs on etrtb, w 11 be end men, and will also lie seen in rume up-to-date including .a variety sketch fcuiltl-d “The Bowery Buy*.” die Freeman Will again greet the Brunswick audience in Ins noted “Mobile Buck Dancer,” and will exe cute some very fancy step*. Morsrs. J. Faukerelsy, M. Green wood and Harry Miller will also be ■ en as real “burnt oork” artists. Everett l’oerson will deliver one of his laughable darkey slump speeches, and J. M. Kxtrowitoh will be seen as a very funny darkey imitator. The silent drill team will be com post dof the following members: W. I). M Her, IS. Miller, I*. M. Ualden, II U I’eeraon, E O. Douglas, K. F, D luglas, 11. Peerson, A. J, W00d,.) W. Bailey, F. Farrass, S. Leavy. MUSIC- SI'KCIALTIBS . Tlie Brunswick Mandolin and Guitar club, composed of Miss Marie Hieniar, M .x K. Marks and Carl Baumgartner, mandoline; Arthur Wood, Herbert M lier, guitars ; Mrs. Deal, harp, and I’rol. Dal, cello, will give some line s “lections. Tbe basso solo by Burr Winton, and birUone solo by J.ee Lfcb'eitoer, will be two of Hie best features of the pro- K' am. Vocal solus 1)/ Mr. W A. .Smilli anil Mr. K ilarul Fariner. Watch fur Him Krutoi street parade, acootnpai i"d by the Marin- band, and “don’i. do anylhing until yon hear from Ituerll ngcr anj llonsel.” Tick -ts on sale at Butte’ drug s'orX THREE CENTS PER MILE. I’saiPnger Fares in Washington to B' Put Down to That Rat*. Spokane, Wash., May 18.—On and after July next passenger fares in this State will be reduefd to three cents News came hi re in a te!< gram from U neral Passenger Agent Whitney, of the Oreat. Norlhern railway, saying: “On July Ist we will reduce passen ger rates in the State of Washington on the lines of the (treat Northern to three cents per mile instead of four oents.” the local office of the Northern Paoiflo and the Oregon Navigation company, nothing was known regard ing 'h intention of tboye companies. * ’ - ' IfBBS®? ' BURNEY NOMINATED FOR SHERIFF'S OFFICE No Opposition to Ordinary Dart and Coroner Jennings by Good * Government Club. MEMBERS MAKE SHORT TALKS. Mr. H. J. Read Has No Opposition For The Office of Tax-Collector So Far. Tire Good Uovernmant olub con vened at the court house yesterday for the purpose of taking notion en the nomination of a alterin' and. coroner. The country districts as well as the oity were well represented. Aa predicted by The Times, Mr. Stafford A. Burney was nominated for the Important office of sheriff. The vote for him was unanimous. A motion was made and prevailed that no oanptd.ate be named for ooro ner against TN?. Hal Jennings. Coro ner Jennings, Tax Collector Read and Ordinary Dart will be the only county officers, besides tie commissioner*, who will have no opposition. A number of short talks were made all urging aotive work upon the part of all members of tbs olub. speeches were in a confident tone and the speakers predioteil suocess for ibe entire tloket. A spread had been prepared, and after adjournment the members an Joyed the repast. MILITARY SEKVPE. "• ■ : ““ - Brunswick riHlita to Attend and Mon of Oraissr Prairie Invited. The Brunswiok Ritleinen have sig niHed their acceptance of the invita tion extendad them by the pastor, Rev. W, F. Hollingsworth, to attend a special service to be given in their honor at the Presbyterian church to morrow night. They will attend in a body and in full uniform, and will be aseigneil to setts especiaPy reserved for them. The members of both dividons of the Naval Reserves, and the visiting •flicere and men from the U. S. train ing ship Prairie are also cordially In vited to alti nd the service, as well as the public generally. The choir has arranged an attrac tive program of music and tbe pastor will preach a sermon appropriate to the ocoasion. This service will begin promptly at 8 o’clock. DR. J. L. WHITE Will Beg’n a Revival at Baptist Churoh Tomorrow. Revival meetings begin at the Bap tist church tomorrow morning at 11 o’clock, and much interest is already being mamfestid in these services. A good choir is preparing to furnish suul-in piring music. Dr. White, who will conduot the mee'iog., has always drawn large au diences wherever he has been, and ia ot n-idered one of the strongest min is ers in the south. Brunswick is furlunate indeed in securing the ser vices of so g fted and oonaecrated a man. There will be meetings daily exoept Saturday at 4 and Bp. m to which a 1 are invited. Attention, Nava! Mi'itia! All members of the Torpedo Divis ion Naval Militia, are ordered to ap pear at armoay Saturday, 7:80p, m., in blue uniform. By order of •f. S. Whioht, Lieut. Commanding, C. A. Tayi.ok, Executive Oflloer. Jim Carter is the right man to have clean your oUdties. CRUISER PRAIRIE ' ARRIVED YESTERDAY Brunswick Naval Reserves Begin Week’s Practice Cruise on Monday Morning. BANQUET TO OFFICERS TONIGHT Crew Will Be Entertained at the Armcry. Visitors Received on the Ship from I to 5 P. M. Today and Tomorrow. According to expectations, and as predicted by The Times the United State* cruiser Prairie arrivd in Brunswitk yisterday morning and oast anchor off Brandy Point, near the southern portion of the city,where she will remain until Monday morn ing, when tlio Brunswick naval mili tia will go on board for a week’s praotioe and oruiae. The first plan was to go to sea, but it was decided to go -np the Chesapeake bay to York • a'" , r •* town, on the York river, in Virginia, where the boys will spsnd a short time. I’his point, in oloso touch with Old Point Comfort, Newport News, Portsmouth and Norfolk, will be of deep interest to all, and a trip of great pleasure is anticipated. The trip will occupy aix days, two going, two in port and two returning, and all of the boys are making arrangements to gel off from business for that iliort time. While in Brunswick, the nuval militia will entertain tberfficers and orew handsomely. T,night all have sbore leave, and after an important meeting at the Naval Reserves’ armo ry tbe crew will be entertained with a supper in tbe armory, and at the Oglethorpe the officers wili bo enter tained with a dinner by the citizens and officer* of tbe reserves. Immediately upon the arrival of tha Prairie yester day morning the following officers of the Brunswick militia went down and were handsomely entertained on board: Commander F. D. Aiken, Lieutenant J. H. Wright, Lieutenant C. A. Taylor, Lieutenant H. H. Ray mond and Ensign W. B . Cook, A full list of the o Ulcers of the Prairie is as follows: Commander M. R. 8. Markensie, L*euf M. Johnston, Lieut. V. K. Hill,-Lieut. H. II Whit tlesey, Lieut. H. I. Cone, Ensign P. L. Pratt. Naval Cadet W. M. Hunt, Burgeon 8. 11. Griffetb, Past Assist ant Paymaster W. T. Gray. Visitors from Brunswick are invited to'oallbe tween the hours of cm and half past five in the afternoon while the cruiser is in port, and all will be given a cor dial welcome. Many ladies will go down, and the visit of the Prairie will he one of tbe pleasant social events. It will interest many to know that this boat has made two trips to Paris since her visit to Brunswick last sum mer, having had the contract to carry over the Government display to be used at the Paris Exposition. The Paririe is here direct from Key Went, where she has been in the interest of naval militia business . The Prairie will be o, en for viitors from 1 to 5 o’clock this afternoon aid t .in rrow afternoon. OORRIQAN’S STRING STARTS. Ons Oar Load of Horses Started From tbs Stab’es at Hawthorne for New York. Cbioagn, May 18.--Ed. Corrigan started one oar load of hl.< h ises on on the journey from Hawthorne to New Yorn last night, and the remain der of the string will leave toniglP. In the bunch are Golden Rule, Dr. Sheppard, G*yser, Sardonic, B’. Casi mir, Oremus, Father York, Adolph Spreckles, M. F. Tarpey.and Tarsney, are promising 2-year olds. Corrigan will make his headquarters in New i York at the American horse exchange, '• until he tails for Enl*nd on May 26, Haviland China IN OPEN STOCK* Cut Glass AT THE BRUNSWICK BOOK COMPANY THEIR TRUE ME \NJNG. Hew Ai.ti-Hora rule Speech's are Lock'd Upon by Irißh Loaders. New York, May 18.—A dispatch to The World from London says: “The Irish parliamentary party leaders, John Redmond and John Dil lon, regard the receot anti-homerule speeches of S.lisbcry, Balfour and Chamberlain as simply a political move to weaken, if possible, the posi tion of tbe Irish party, wh'ch, in the next parliament, will command a solid WE HAVE LOTS OFIHEM j&f*. Have you? Isn’t it dread fu|i? bothersome to want a A little stick pin in a hurry to f Wss-VCiP fasten your collar, and then to ’ nn(J ,list the little stiok pin gone on a vacation? These MU* I'i'iy <■” *o pretty and 1 cun be haiUor so little money, \ itcv.-i) exilian should hive here will >1 be good, whetherflpie a little ’HT I pin or a diamond. \ KENNON MOTT, Jeweler and Graduate Optician. 215 Newcastle Street, Inspector of Watches for Southern Kuilway.&Time hy.Wire daily from Washington phalanx of from 80 to 85 votes. “That party will not ü be committed to either the Liberals or the Torries, but in tbe course of natural events its strength must mainly he thrown for the Liberals and may be the. deciding factor. There always is some secret move ment in Ireland, hut certainly it is not sufficiently potent or active at the present time to give the least ground lor alarm. "Lord'S iliobury and his colleagues Fine Furniture-=^— .At LOW PKICES is our specialty. We will fur nish every room in your house in the best manner, or sell you odd pieces for odd places, and £ive you the best qual ity at the smallest cost. H. M. MILLER & SON. * •* PRICE FIVE CENTS were getting anxious about the possi ble electoral effect of the wave of pro- Irish sentime'nt caused by the gallant ry of the Irish troops and the success of the queen’s visit. So they wished to check the spread of the idea foster, ed by The Daily Mail and other Unionist papers that the golden mo ment had oome at which some large concessions could safely be made in response to tbe Iriah Nation demand. “Their anti-Irish utterances are re garded by the Irish leaders as calcu lated to aot as a tonic on the Irish Nationalists, preventing them from expecting anything from tbe British parliament except what can be extort ed by the exigencies of the British parties.” LOST—A ladies gold brooch, either os Gloucester or Newcastle street. |1 50 reward by return to Times office. Before going on the Prairie cruise have your uniform made whole by Jim parter.