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VOLUME 11; NUMBER 124
FRESH LOT OF NUNALLY’S CANDIES * JUST RECEIVED BROWN DRUG CO. TO VISfT THE WAR VESSEL. Sir. Ema Will L<*avs Malory Doek Every Hlf Har,l to 5 p. m. Today. AH those who want to visit the war vesael Prairie oan do ao tod iy by tak ing tbe swift and oomuiotioui steamer Kiuiueiine. The Emmeline will leave the Mallory dock every half hour this afternoon from and thia will be the ohanoe for visitors to in spect the vessel. J Clean Your Old \ 'Straw Hats With J E a LI NAM: 25c package cleans eight J BUTTS, The Druggist. “On the Corner.” PH!) vision Nival Ke-frve- F You corn man (led to as- Eg.u.hlf Mm (!> mr.rn ■V a' o‘cluck. to ffiM rij ii i [it 1 fir 1 1 ■ li. 1). M, Strachan, I.irut. Commanding, I. 8. M. Bvmos(^^^ Hfccecutive Officer. ro CLOSE OUT k C)ur entire line of La dies’ Colored "Waists. Retail from $i to $3.00 To close them out at 69 CENTS Come early and get first } choice. LEVY’S THE BRUNSWICK TIMES. Steamer Passport Sold. The steamer Passport has b?en gold to the Hilton & Dodge X,timber Cos. and will be used for towing and other purposes by the cooopany. Cspt. B. A. White, the popular commander of the Passport, may remain with her, although he was not prepared to state to a Times man just what he would do in the matter, It is not known yet phe run to succeed lh’ Pisspnrt. ! Attantion. Torpedo Division Naval Eesorvoi. j You are hereby or intnardtd to ap pear at the armory at 7 :G0 o’clooV, Monday morning, May 21st, to be uni formed ard rqu.pped for the cruise on the L. B. 8. l’ratrie. .las. S. Wriolit, Dieut. Commanding, C. A. Taylor, Executive < Hilo r. BRUNSWICK. GA„ SUNDAY MORNING, MAY 20, 1900. MODERN WOOIS OF MODERN WARFARE The Clean-Cut Puncture of Small Calibre Bullets Scientifi cally Discussed. DUSEI itp6D H A iianoi ,4m ; ■. ' ?-4- When ref to the Heavy Lea len Mssiies of Termer Times - Humane Treatment of Wounded. Tin- Met! csl It Ctiili giv s .some in tere-tirg inf. rmauan in <-egnl to the chariot rof (he v.. n de produ ed by the modern email arm, the result of our recent ftkperiei ces . Piesli wounds are nearly always trivial unless the bullet deformed by Stiikiug some extrßneons'objeot, or wbedatrip ping its mantle, as it sometimes does. This immunity prodnoed by Mauser and Krag-Jorgenscn bullets results from a oombination of oiroumstanoes Y the most important of whiob is the slight amount of oontussion caused by the rapidly moving bullet; another is iheasceptio condition of tbe bullet, and still another is the rarity with which particles of garments are car ried into the wounds, ss walif'iHe common with the 44-aalibre Item ng ton brass-mantle bullets. Wounds which t particles of clothing car ried into them are apt to prove dan gerous from tbe disease-producing uiftcrorganisms which are almost sure to be thus introduced. The greatest aid of modern surgery on the bad fields in reoent ;tiiuos, ac cording to this same eminent author, \ ity, is the ttret-aid-to-the-wbunded V . •**ph . ,v-i ’ • - -<| - -packet, and the greatest boon to the wonnted soldier ha* been aeepis and antisepsis, which in the majority of eases have rendered his injuries so painless and their complications so slight, that anaesthetics no longer oc cupy the ctiief place as a blessing among the wounded. The treatment of tlie wounded on the modern battlefield is most humane, and worthy of the high ciyilixalion existing tortsy. The wounded of tbe enemy are as faithfully and carefully provided for as are the ii jnred of our own army. Indeed, Dean Worcester, a member of tbe l’bitfppine oommis eion, reports that he lias been on the lield_and seen wounded insurgent reb els whose wounds were dressed by our surgeons even before tbe firing had ceased. All such wounded are brought to Minilla, and attended in our hos pitals, or taken care of in private hos pitals at the expense of Die govern ment. The wound ot a bollat is not the only moans of probable death. Disease lurks all around you, and tbe grim d-strojer make take you away at any moment, ilsve you insured your life yet 't If not, or if you want to increase your present ho'dirige,~cill on or write J. B. Aluams, general agent, Bruns wick, (la., for a specimen contract of the new L. K. A. policy that tbe old reliable l'hoen : x Mutual Life is now writing. It will surely ptease you. TBE RIFLEMEN'S MINSTRELS. Hoys Will Appear in Great Shape Tw > Nightg This Week at the Grand. Tbe KilDmen and Msrir.e band are getting ready in great shape for their coming concert and minstrel enter tainment, which will be 'presented Tuesday and Wednesday nights of this week at tbe Grand opera houie. The opening first part wPI he gorgeous— ooatdmes especially for tbe occasion are now being worked on, and they will present a pretty picture when tbe curtain goes up. A packed bouse will greet the boys, for they have arranged la Hue program, and know bow to carry it out to perfeo'ioo. TBE PRAIRIE MEN ROYALLY ENTERTAINED Officers and Crew of War Vessel in the Hands of Brunswickians IT ARUM AM IRE OGLETROBPE. -.4 Marine Band Discoursed Music at the Armory and Bafquet Is Spread at the Oglethorpe. -i— The officer* and membsre of the orew of the steantebip Prairie were J entertained last night lu great shape by the ottloera and member* of the Brunswick naval reserves. The Prai rie is here for the purpose of taking the Brunswick bags on their annual cruise, and yesbefUay was given to the orew for a dayfon shore with the Brunswick bojs. j At the armory tlje>nlisted men and petty officers of tbj| reserves did tbe honors aplenjgllr, while tbe Marine band discoursed music, and at tbe Ogl itherpe the officers of the reaervee tendered a batHjuelfio the l’rairie offi cers. The l’rairie will sail from Bruns wick tomorrow moaning and take tbe reserves to Chesepeake Bsy, Old Point Comfort and other points along tbe Atlantic, returning in six days to this port. The reserves are enthusiastic over the Cruise, and will go in numbers.] Visitor*.can go to the war vessel to day from 1 to 5 p. m., via tbe steamer Emmeline, leaving the M-llory dock ever'y hklf hour. nBXDCJ'I.'Am-KKS N aVai, BATTALION UjtoitiilA Statu Troops, Brunswick, May 19,1900. Order No. 5. The detaohuient of First Division and Torpedo Division, that are to em bark on the F. rf. 6, Prairie, will as setuble at their armory on Monday morning, the 21st instaur, gtj o’clock, there to be uniformed and equipped in accordance with oironlar previously issued, and ready to mdse at 7:45a. in., to the Mallory wharf, where they will embark on Stfe&mer Emmeline to go on board 1.8. S. Prairie. Frank D. Aiken, Commanding Naval Batt. Gfcti. T. Superior Ooiirt Tomorrow. Tomorrow morning Judge Bennet will convene the May term of (Bynn Superior Court. Str. Emmeline to Cruiser Prairie every half hour, 1 to 5 p. m. M Enin! T()—— life. Ml I WEDNESDAY, MAY 23d. Under auspices of ORDER OF THE EASTERN STAR .0 cz> Round Trip I —Tickets on sale at — BROWN DRUG CO. M MUR’S STORE. The steamer Passport leaves dock at t> a. m. A WARM SERMON ON FOR TONIGHT Rev. J. B. Game Will Handle a Live Subject at the First Meth odist Church. SUNDAY LAWS TO BE DISCUSSED Recent Developments in Regard to Alleged Violations of the Law Indicate Nature of His Remarks for Tonight. Ksosnt developments in regard_to alleged violations of the Sunday laws has attracted much attention, and the pulpit now promises to take the matter up. Rev. J. B. Usme, of the First Methodist ehurol), announces as his subject for tonight “Sunday Ivsws and Their Observances,” and indications point to a warm handling of the sub ject. Coming eleotlons at an early date, in oonneotion with the chargee and pulpit orations, lend interest to tba sermon announced by Rev. Game tonight, and a big congregation prom ises to be on hand. t X + SBKMON TO TUB MILITARY. At the evening servioe, Presbyterian church, the Bruuawiok Killemeu will be present in a body, having accepted an invitation of the pastor, Bev. W. F. Hollingsworth, to attend a speoial military service given in their honor. Butt) divisions of the Brunswick Na val Militia have also been invited, and the officers and crew of the cruiser, Prairie, all of whom will probably be presant. Tbe choir has arranged a speoial program of music, and the pas tor will preach a sermoji appropriate to the oooisioh; All cordially invited. 4 t 4 AT SKCOnII ADVENT TODAV. Rev. Alpha Mosher will preach at Seoond Advent obnroh today at 11 a. m, and tonight at 7:30 o’olook. The public is cordially invited to attend. 4 4 4 mush: at the baptist. Tbe program of music arranged by tbe choir of tbe Baptist church for both services today is an unusually good one. The public is cordially in vited to attend these services. 1 S t CHILDREN'S DAY AT FIRST METHODIST. Children’s day will be observed at the First Methodist church this mornr ing at 11 o’clock. h Ron HAM. Anthem—Choir. Song—By School. Prayer, Song—By School. Welcome—Qua Orr. Song—By Little [People. Recitation -By Annie Dean Atkin soo. Song—By Sohool. R‘ citation —By Robert Hardy. Song—By Little I’eoj le Reoitatien —By Sarah Hud Vsrd-ry. Song—By Bobo. 1. Recitation—By B&swell Roberts. Sorg—By Atbie Martin. Reading- By Dave Atkinson. Sing—By School. Address—By Superintendent. For Salt [ At at bargain.—Household rumiture. Must be sold nL ( 3, Halifax square. LOST—A ladies gold brooch, either on Gloucester or Newcastle street. $1.50 reward by return to Timee t flice. Before going on the Prairie cruise have your uniform made whole by Jim Carter. Visit the Cruiser Prairie today. Str. Emmeline leaves Mallory wharf every half h our between 1 and 5 p. m. Haviland China IN OPEN STOCK* Cut Glass AT THE^I BRUNSWICK BOOK COMPANY MR . JOSEPH KAYM' ND RETURNS. Ably Roprosaatsd Bruntwiok at the Industrial Convention. Mr Joseph 8. Raymond, of tin Mal lory line, has returned from attend ance on the Southern Industrial con vention wbich was bold in Chattanoo ga taut week Mr. Raymond was one of the delegates from lln Mayor and Council of Brunswick, and alPy repre sented Ihe interests of this city and section on the lljor of ;the convention. He was alive to every phase of tbe va rious papers road and discussed, and hiding our hobby. Wu again want to' call your Alien j l, 5 Hiftnnor whatever, it U a warning to * y° u<, *ai attention. Don’t \ Consultation ' m ' T KENNON MOTT, \ Jeweler and Graduate Optician. 215 Newcastle Street, Inspector of Watches for Southern Ituilway.lTimc ly.Wire daily from Washington put in some good work fur bis home oity among the many distinguished delegations present from the large cities and commercial bodies of tbe North and East. Mr. Edwin Brcbsto.i, Vice-President from., Georgia, Is expfcttd home this morning, he having gone to Madison to visiti-his parents the latter part of the week. Mr. Brobsfoa’s speech was one of the features til the convention, and was listened to with the closest attention by tbe many present. Fine Furniture-^- At LOW PRICES is our specialty. We \villJ_fur nigh every room in your house in the best manner, or sell you odd pieces for odd places, and give you the best qual ity at the smallest cost. > f . H. M. MILLER & SON PRICE FI VE CENTS Orders For tea Naval Reserves. Both divisions Naval Reserves are ordered to appear at their armory to morrow morning at 7 for the pur pose of embarking for their cruise on , the U. 8 8. Prairie. R fl men to Attend Services. The Brunswick Ritlemen will assem ble at their armory tonight at 7:15 for' the purpose of attending services in a body at tbe X’resbyterian church. Jim Carter is the right man to have olean your clothes. Wanted. Boarders, for large, comfortable rooms—centrally located. Meals fur nished. References exchanged. Ad dress Mrs. A., care of The Times. Visit the Cruiser Prairie today. Str. Enmaeline leaves Mallory dock every half hour between 1 and 5 p. ni.