THE BRUNSWICK TIMES-CALL.
VOLUME XI. NUMBER 82.
MUST CHANGE HIS MIND
CONGER WILL RETURN
Pe is Not in Line With the
~ IS IN EARNEST
Basils in Very Miar
i is m mm
He is for the Slaughter and the
Government is in Paver
Washington, Not. 26 —lt is report
ed here that Minister Conger U soon
to be recalled from Pekin an less he
changes his attitude in the peace ne
The president, recognizing the good
■services of Mr. Conge*, dlsi 'res to take
this action, but the fact that the min
ister’s acqulscence In the demand made
by other nations which are not in ac
cord with the government, places the
United States In a peculiar position,
and this the president desires to ob
Cumberland Route Equal io Any and
On account of tbe gala week carnival
at Jacksonville, the Cumberland Route
has put on an excellent schedule.
The steamer makes close connections
with ibe trams at Fernaadina and sells
tickets good until December Ist.
Following is the schedule’:
Leave Brunswick 8 a. m.; arrive 5.30
Arrive Fernandin* 12 noon; leave
1.30 p. m.
Leave Fernandin* 2.40 p. J.,; arrive
11.30 a. m. Jr
i Arrive Jackeoatille 3.50 M. m ; leave
10.20 a. m,
Fare— Brunswick to Jeckeonvill* and
Cemmlttee is in Lice With Secretary
Wsshiagtoa, N.r. 2*. -It tr.t draft
t Us naval appropriation bill of the
home the naval affairs oomaittee was
prepared in aoeordaaeo with estimate*
presented by Secretary Long who ask
ed for eighty seven mllliea.
WOOD Most fd? the mon
ey Phone M, Yard corner
Gloucester and Grant streets
Abotit the Death of Mr. H. W. Used
Mr. E. H. Reed, of Wsyorosi, has
rnoaivst additional particulars In re
gard to the death of his brother, H.W
Rend, n few wanks ago in Maxieo.
Mr. Rtad bad rstarned to his Mu|
ann boms from a visit hern and went
dirnotly to his mines at San Nichols*
dal Ora, sitoatsd about ISO miles sooth
of the oitjr of Mexico, where he re
mained buts short time, end, finding
that his beslth would not permit bis
staying in a high altitude, went to a
small town 3,000 feat lower. After
being partially restored to health be
returoed to his mines where he again
grew worse. He was taken to San
Migosl where he grew rapidly worse
until October 26, when the end came.
Ha by a French pbys
ician, two Americans and a Mexioan
servant, who bad been with him since
bis residence in Mexico.
His nephew, Harry Roberts, who bad
been left in ebasge of affairs at tha
mines, was notified, but did not renob
Mr. Read before bis death.
A lot wti secured and he was buried
in a brick vault with all the attention
that could be given so far away from
home. Under the Mexioan law bis re
main a cannot be removed in Atc year*.
SELLING MUCH WOOD,
Tbe Grid Snap is Now on In Dead
Tbe Empire Wood and Coal com
pany did a land office business yester
day add a great amount of wood was
disposed of. Every purchaser was per
If you want more for th* tnonsy,
telephone 31, the Timbs-Cai.i. office.
Admiral Rogers Slated for tbe Asiatic
Washington, D. C„ Nov. 26 —lt is
stated at tbe navy department that
Admiral Frsderiok Rodgers, present
chief of tbe inspeotlon board, Is slstad
for duty with tbe Asiatio squadron,
either a* additional oonmander or a*
relief to either Remay or Kempff,
This will make three eommaeding effl
eer* os this station.
HI WILL RETUTN.
Congressman Brantley Will Attend
Cenrt in December.
Coegreesaan Brantley will return
to the eitr in December to attend the
eoparlor court. Hail intereated la
eeveral eaeee, among the number
being that of Mr. H. H, Harvey.
New Georgia Syrop, Maple Syvop.
4h wheat and Flap Jaek. Harper’s.
BRUNSWICK, GA. TUESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 27, 1900^
I. HEY I
Left Last NiilUfl Atteii
Will BE II BUSY SESSION
He Will Try end Get an Additional
Approriation For Brnnewiolft
Congressman W, G. Brantley left
for Washington last night. Congreea
doe* not convene antil next Monday,
bnt the river end harbor committee
will be le aeesion this week, and Con
grestman Brantley bae gone this early
in order to look after the varlone in
terest of bis dietriot in the bill to be
passed bv this committee.
He said last night that great a* was
the intereet felt In Brnnswiok over the
improvement of onr outer bar and in
ner harbor,it was not tbejonlydotereat
of the district. He wants a large ap
propriation for tbe Ooones river end is
interested in tbe further improvement
of tbe Ocmulgee add Altamaha rivers.
Cumberland sound, ha eatß, seemed to
be pr*J,ty vyetl for.
In reference to our outer bar, ho ven
tured tbe opinion that it would be
provided for, but just how it would be
done, he did not know. He also said
that the survey of tbe Inner harbor,
which be had caused to be made, bad
resulted in a recommendation of $124,
000 for this purpose by the govern
ment engineers and he felt very hope
ful of obtaining a good appropriation
from the committee for Ibis project.
fn reference to our publio building,
hs had no near information, but le
still thought that an additions! ap
propriation for Itoould be had at this
session of congress, but if be failed to
get it, it was bis present idea to have
tbe bouse built next spring, witbin tbe
He said tt*,* would bean exceeding
ly busy term is very
short and there is jtajkdjobo done.
The shortness of was bis
only fear about any of our appropria
tions. He doss not look for anything
very ssosationai daring the session.
Jobn Hay will Retlra from the
Wasbiogton, D. C„ Nov. It.—lt is
now given oat oenrloeiyely that Sec
retary of State Hay will enrreader
hie pertfollo on the fourth of March
next and will not be in the new Ms-
Kin ley cabinet.
Mr, Hey is very popnlnr in Great
Britain, where he was eabastadar.
and ha is anxiooi to again dll the pod
—which ie now held by JesepbChoate.
There >re a nomber of oablnet
ehangae apakan of, hot it teems that
this it tbs only one that in assured.
The talk about Mark Hanna aad the
eabiaet ie idle. Hanna prefars the
eenale, even were n portfolio offered
Sin SI TIM II Will
111 IMV. .
Hi Mil! MIS
Many Say He it Better While
Others Assert That He
, is Worse
Livadla, Nov. 26.—The latest bulle
tin from the bedside of the Cear stat
ed that hie condition was muoh better
while other reports, sot official, state
just tbe opposite, and tha newspapers
are at a loss in stating hie real con
DID THE NOTES.
And Now the Brunswick People are
Sueing Owners of toe Steamer.
Following is from £be Tampa Trib
“Attorney Samuel Borobardtyester
day filed in the United States oou r
an assumpsit suit for tbe
and HawklnsviUe Transportation asm
pang* Judgement j*_yskf>d 'tor $7,000.
“About a year ago the Gulf Trans
portation oompany bought from tbe
Brunswiok and Hawkinsville Trans
potlation company the river steamer
City of Hawkiueville. The steamer
was brought from Brunswiok, Ua., to
this port, repaired apd refitted, and
went to Crystal river to be engaged In
transporting naval stores between
“The Gulf Transportation company
bad a list of endorsers on its notes,
which were given, to the Brunswick
owners, and the oompany now seeks
judgment against these endorsers
through the United States circuit
To Carry Out ‘ Hie Promise of
Rnahville, Ind., Not. 20.—Repre
sentative Leonidas H.-Moil bar out
lined hit defense in Mist Flora Far
low’s lilt for $16,000 damages for al
leged breaeb of promise in e plea of
abatement. He tsys Mies Ferlow and
bimaelf signed a marriage oontraot
Sept. 10 laet whereby they agreed to
marry in one year If opinion
it wae eaitable for him to beoome a
married man. He says he has not de
clared he wonld not marry Miee Far
low, as charged by her, and has la no
way violated their marriage contrast,
wbieh gives him a year la which to
make op hie mind,
Roue, Nov. 26,—The chamber of
deputies today approvad a pill for tbe
eappreeeion of military tribunals,
whereopoa Count Ponea di Ban Mar
tins, secretary of war resigaed.
New Saatr Kraut, .Dill and Soar
pleklveT to balk. Harper's.
THE MARINE CONGRESS
All the Maritime Journals
Giving- it Space.
It Will be Observed Ae Usual In
The month of November is especial
ly appropriate for the obeer vance of
Thanksgiving, which has become one
of four ef our great national holidays.
It Is the harvest home of the seasons,
the final garnering of the fruits which
reward the tell of the busy year.
Above all It lea day when family
ties are strengthened, when family
hearts are ablaze and when father and
mother, eon and daughter bow togeth
er before God acknowledging; all Hie
blessings, and seeking His forgiveness
for their line.
To many It brings the fruition of
hopes born of tbe bright new, year,
while to all, let us hope, it brings
thankfulness for some blessing sought
or unlooked for, Surely, as a nation
we do not need to search long for reas
ons to give thanks. And though Indi
yidipUly we may not have great cause
for rejbiclng, for ■in many homes the
day will find only sad and
mournful memories, this is the com
mon lot of all. It we cannot rejoice
overmuch within ourselves, let us stop
and count our mercies, and, comparing
them with others, see If we can not, lor
this one day, live outside of ourselves
and our narrow circle and be one of the
great common brotherhood of man, re
joicing as one united family of patri
MAY BE IN IT.
Knoxville, Tenn.,Nov. 26.—A move
moot has been inaugurated by Frank
Moffat, cf this city, to organize a
“Georgia-Alabama” baseball league,
which has met with success, and a
portion of tbe cities in the proposed
circuit have agreed to form a league
ia any event. Tbe cities taken in by
tbis league are Atlanta, Rome, Selma,
Montgomery, Macon, Brunswick and
WILL MEET TODAY.
Atlanta, Nov.2(,—Tbe Georgia stats
sonferenee of the Daughters ef the
American Revolution will be held in
tbis city, beginning tomorrow morn
ing at 10 o’alook. Tbe oonfsrenc* is
an important event; business of mo
ment is to bn transacted, end social
event* not a few will mork tbs pres
ence of tbs delegates and vleltore.
MARRIED A NOBLEMAN.
Philadslpbln, Nor, 26.—1 t wae an
nounced tbie afternoon that MisoAdoio
Alls* was married to Lonlo, Yioomto
do Brangss do Beorssls, French noble
man, on tbo twenty-soeond.
Fo* B alb- Cash register and Iron
safe. Cheap. Apply at this efllce.
price five Cents.
COAST CITIES TO
Deleptes Coiii Frai
M YQRKJIID TALKS
It Sayß the Congress Can and
Will Accomplish a
From present indications the Nation
al Marine Congress will be great,
glorious and unprecedented.
Newspapers and marine journals in
all parts of America devoted largo,
space to the project and all are of the
opinion that the results will proyo
beneficial all expectations.
Tbe cry of “American ships for
American Cargoes” has boen taken up
all along the line and with the great
work which is being done hero will
bring double the number of delegates
The Board of Trade commutes will
soon get out pamphlets, invitations,etc.,
and the Congress will be boomed
Two Young Men Come Near Drowning
Saturday, Ernest Bolt nd Alfred
Rcbarts left Brunswick In a email boat
for Jckyl, and as they did not show up
Sunday their parents chartered a
steamer and went in search ot them.
The boye had been picked np In tbe
eound by tbe tug Angle and Nellie
and they reached home safely.
RESIGNED HIS POSITION.
Mr. J. N. B. Danfortb, wbo has for
sovortl years been resident manager
for Cbss. 9. Hirecb & Cos., bss resign
ed bis position to enter a more lucra
Berlin, Nov, 26.
report* that Col. Maelheafela’ expedi
tion bas boistsd ib* German flag ovirg
tbe great wall.
Two of the dance hall owners la tha
Aero have taken oat theatre license*
and mnslc In a mild form oan bo board
theft now. The city got 675 far seek
WOOD-Most for the mon
ey.. Phone 31: Yard comer
Gloucester and Grant streets
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