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THE BRUNSWICK TJMES-CALL
VOLUME XI. NUMBER 122. Kill Mi ■lll HR li lllola Cmnnlir Lays Down His Arms OTHERS 10 DO Ml 111 News From the Philippines is In deed Encouraging According to Reports From Mac Arthur Washington, Jan. 14 The war de partment is greatly encouraged over the reports which have come from the Philippines within the past iew days; and indications point to an early s:t tlemeit of tho trouble in the far away islands. Today Gnerat MacArtnur wired some very excellent information. He states that General Delagoe, ccmmand • er of the 110 lo province, has surrender ed at and further states that others will do so within the next few days, From the tone of the American com mander’s despatch, the offie'aLs here are led to believe that the situation is greatly improved and they think that within a short time some more encour aging news will be received. THE QUAY FIGHT. Both Sid* 1 * are Sure That They 'Will Win. Harrisburg, Fa., Jan. 14. —The ■Quay and anti-Quay fight culminates on the 16th, The Genera! Amenably will tt.cet in j aint ballot on that (lay and caet their votes in the election -of a United S’s'ea Senator. Both aides claim that they will win. Ex-Ssnaicr Quay has been on the ground for neatly a mcath, having hired a resT' dence te use as tiei dquarters. He expresses the utters* confidence as to the resuF. The other side is equally confident of defeating the man they have been figh iog th se ma> y years. HOT A CLAUoE. Fakir., Jan. 14.—The protcoai was signed today with idea of protesting agaitst the ahar dm-nt of a r -y clause in the joint note. ELECTION HELD. For Officers of the First Georgia [Regiment. An election was held in the Rifle men’s armory last Dight for the elec tion of colonrl, lieutenant-colonel and a major of the First Georgia regiment There are only two votes in the city. Capt. F. A. Dunn and Lieutenant J. M. Wiggins, they being the only two officers here of that regiment. The election was also held in other cities of which the regiment is com* posed. The men elected were, Colonel, J. S. Wyliy; lieutenant colonel, C, A. Gordon, major. MR. JOHN C. MOORE DEAD. Expired at Five O’Clock Sur dry After noon After a Long Illness. Mr. John O. Moore, who has been I very iii for stVi ral days, b-estbed tue last at live o’cjock Sunday and was interred yesterday aftsrccoo. The docess?d was one of our oldest and most highly respected citizens ana his death, although expected, has caused general sorrow not only to his immediate family but,to all who have known him. Mr. Moore was one of Brunswick’s pioneer citizens, having been born in this county seventy-six years ago and he resided here all bis life. In 1850 he married Miss Amanda Acdereon and from this union dve obildren were born. Mr. John E. Moore, Mrs. G. A. RalstOD, Mrs. Edwin 'lupper, Mrs. G. W. White and Mr. W. E. Moore, the four former live to mourn hie loss but tho lattsr died soma yean ago. The deceased lived an hores'r, up right and hocortbU life, bo was a fond father and devoted husband and dies .without an enemy iu the world. He was a brave Ciinfedera e soldier and served in the Fourth Georgia cavalry. After the oause of tha South was lost, he returned to Mr home and has resided here sicc’. Mr, Moore was at one tims Receiver of Tax leturns and served long amt faithfully. The funeral occurred from the St Mark’s Episcopal ohuroh at 3 o’clock yesterday afternoon and nearly every paw in the oburob was occupied by sorrowing rela'ivee and friends, the eerviees of the Episcopr.l church were ably conducted by Rev. W. L. Raeney and the foliowing were puli besrers, R. T. Clark, J. S. Wright, U. Dan, H. S. Mc lrcsry, W. R. Dan, William Nightengale. The interment wee in Oak Grove cemeiery. A LARoE METEOR, r a >taiu Monsen Discovers One While at Sea. CiptainS. Monsen, oi the N rweg ianbark Kragero, fr, m Biistol, Eng land, which a rived in port Saturday, reports that in December 20tb, 24 45 north la t tilde, 67 45 wist long itude, as his ves e! was laying calm on that beautiful night, at 11 o’clock, he dis covered a large meteor ar out the size ol the moon. It come from a northerly direction, and had tha appearance of a number of egg shaped bills of fire. The capta'n said he thought it would strike hls vessel, but grabualiy and crea ed un tii about six fathoms from the port aide, when it vanished. The time from its discovery ualll it disappeared was about two minutes, MANY VESSELS HERE. About Fifty Are Now In Our Port, If times are dull in Brunswick it is not the fault of the river front because it is lined with ships for all nations and there is plenty of work (or tnose who want it. At present there is something over fifty vessels in port and a large number of these are foreign. BRUNSWICK, GA. TUESDAY MORNING, JANUARY 15 1901. WEDDING OF THE lILLIONAIRES AlMYuiirlilt ana Miss Blsie Fracii II OCCURRED ID NEWPORT At , the Bride’s Request the Ceremony Was Sim plified Newport, K. 1., Jan. 14 —Mr. Alfred GWynne Vatiderbi't and Miss Elsie French were married here today at noon and although it took place at one of the highest Episcopal churches in the city, ihe program of the ceremony, at the request of Miss French, was simpli fied as much as possible. The church was gorgeously dec rated. Among those who wire [resect at the reception were William K. Vanderbilt, Ohaunccy Depew, Mrs. Harry Payne Whitney, Mrs. Herman Aldrichs, Mr. and Mrs. Hariy Payne Vscdeibilt and many other millionaires Mr. Vanderbilt ar.d his bride left at 3 o’clock this atternoon for Riyertown six miies up the island, where Mr. Vanderbilt ha* an extinsiye country residence. THE CONVENTION. Everythig is Now in Readiness For The Big Event. Everything is now ready for the Brunswick and Birmingham conven tion wh cb is to be held in this city on the 24th, inst,, snd as the time draws near the prospects for a latge crowd g-tr brighter. A large numb-r o' letters were re ceived ye-terdsy end every one brought encouraging new-. Nit only aro tie towns sml ciUes going to have repre l sedatives hu r in s m> iostsnoes small settlements lavs called for mass meetings and named delegate io attend the oo; veotioc. Tne locil cumrni'tees are all ready to care for tbs guvtt and among he many things to amu;e the visitors will bes steamboat ride art u ni the harbor. AT THE GRAND. The Musketsera Very Well For 0 c Last Night. A great rendition of Human’ '‘Mus keteers” was g v>n last night to a fair home. The situations and climaxes with which this romanti# drama abounds, were handled cleverly and dashingly by tbe leading beroai. Harry Glazier made a good d’Aitag nan, well supported by the whole oast—some of them, however, being badly handicapped by coldt. The oostumes, arms, furniture and soenery, were in keeping with tbe cen tary in whlob the action of tbe play unfolds itself. For Asthma use CHE NEY’S EXPECTORANT: FAIR DIRECTORS HOLD IEETII loci Jminsltii Hartal 1 Oscasioa ft ISIS .CERTAIN 11981 The Full Board of Directors Were Present and Much Business Transacted The direotors of the Scutheastern Fair Ascoaiation hi id a very interest ing meeting at the > ttiaa of Dr. J. A, Butts yesterday aftern.ou at 4 o'clock, and considerab'e businers was trans acted. The full board of oireotors wefn present, and mu*h enthusiasm wss manifests 1. Those present were Dr, J. A, But!*, dipt. T. N wmao, Mr. F. D. Aiken, Mr. H. 8. McCrary, Mr. F. Mnßrown and Mr. Kannoo Mott. Tie stookncldcrj of the Association will meet at an saily !ate and eieot 1 ofii cers for th present yea-. One of the directors was seen by a Times-Cai.!. rsporter lasi night, and when asked if a fair would beheld this year, said : “Why, certain l }', we re going ’o hold fair; I see no reason why we should not. The stockholders will meet shortly sod elec; officers, and then we will all get dowu to work and rnska the fair of 1901 ibe biggest kind of a success. But the fair will not be held as early as was tbs list one. 1 think it will hi d J oided to hold ii in Octobsr.'' Wh-n naked where ihe fslr would be bid s a case the Bruaswick & Br raiogu&in railroad u ed tbeir present grounds, he said: “I hardly think the new roid will tear up the prefect ground* before that time, bin if they do, why, we will simply get another place. In my mind, there is no doubt about a far bring held this year.-’ | GRIPPE HAS HIM. j Adm-tal D wey ia the Latest V.e.lilu of the 'Vjjublesome D sense. Ws.shicg.on, January 14.—Admiral Dewey, the hero of Manda Bay, is the latest victim of the gri} pn and alt hough not seriously .11 ha is suffe ing lur- the majority of mankind, Msny statesmen are victims it this troublesome “trouble” and as a result many tests in the United Stater senate and at many of the departments ar# vacant. TOWN BURNED. Santiaga, Jan 14. —The town ol Banes was totally destroyed by fire to day. Some fifty residences and ware houses were burned down. A large quantity of feed and tobacco was de st royed. CITY COUNCIL. A Ca li dMe ting Was if eld Vester | day. CtLLED MF.FTiNG. Biunswick, G>i., Inn. 14, HOI. Present— lion, N, Emanuel, mayor, and Aldermen McGarvey, Calhoun, liloodwoith and du Bl<m>u. Absent—Aldeimen 15 rsenict, \b t auis ind Wt z. CALL. The o' j et of ite meeting, his honor siated, wr.s to provide funds to meet the interest on maim ing coupots. RESOLUTIONS. The following was offered and adopt ed: By Alderman J, C. Calhoun, Whereas, no provision has been uade for the payment of the January, 1901, interest on the outstanding bonds of the city, such Intereit aggregating about eight, thousand dollars ($,000); and. Whereas the sum of six thousand dollars ($3.00) is now r quired for this i urpose: Be it, and it's hereby r?solved, by the. mayor and aldermen of the ei v of Bruns-vick in coune 1 assembled, That (be mayor or soilug mayor be, and he is hereby, authorized to borrow the sum cf ,-ix thousand c! llats (16.000), and to execute a promissory no'o in the name of ihe mayor aud aldermen of the'city oj Brunswick for -ail su-r, payable thi'j ays aftti da e and lo be repaid out I he revenues of ihe city, a .and to bear imprest at the raieof fev n per cen'. per annum. Adjourni and. L, C. BO BET, Chile. LIVELY T EBaTE. River and Harbor 1 i' Calls F< r a Great Dei >i IV.lr. Washington, Jan. 14 -I n , d-bn eou the river kid harbor l,:l cios<-d th s af ernoon in the house. Tbe hotly contested amende in creasing tti appropriation f ' the harbor of Taooma from thirty l j one biifidrsid thcusat.d dullars wn lost by a decisive vote. WILL NOT SUPPORT BUTLER, Raie gli, N. C\, Jan. I t.—The popu lists in the leg! iature off red to vo'e for tl e republican notnini es Tor posi tions in case the republicans would agree o vote for Marion Roller again for Unittd States sena' >r. T o lepub- I'cans declined. They will vote for Pearson, The pepulists urged Uiat if Butler would strengthen him in ihe fight against F. M. Simmors tkimr his seat in the senate. -TO RESIST ATTACK . Colon, Jan. 14.- Over four hundred rebels are causing the government great anxiety. They have massed and say they are ready to resist an attack. Many families are removing from the city. MANY" PLAGUE CASES. Smyrna, Jac. 14.—Over one hundred and fifty cases of tbe plague are offi cially reported bere. It is now becom ing more alarming every day. PRICK FIVE CENTS IBIS II 11 111 lemisUcliloA Nuptials Will Occur II IE! ME WEDDING. The Happj Couple Will Leave Immediately On a Bridal Tour The marriage of Mr. N. Emanuel and Miss Daisy Mclntosh will ooour at 4 o’clock this afternoon, at the resi dence if Mrs, J. S. Dunwody. The ceremony will be performed by Rev. Me . M .tr, of South Caroline.. No in % vitslinns have b en issued, ant the wedding will be . q-iifet. home affair. Miss Mclntosh is a member of one of IGs-Tjjia’s noted fa'iiiile-, and passesees a charming person'-lily. Mr- Em-nns.l, having served wi'h grsa - credit o himself end the county a term in the legislature, has recently b.eo honored by a unanimous e'ect, o i as mayor of this city, and is on.) of the most successful business raw in Southern Georgia No man in , Brunswick has more Hands or is more highly estiemed. They will leave this afternoon for a two weeks’ trip, visiting the attractive Flood > re-orts. After ths wadding trip, Mr. and Mrs E liainiel will re.-ids ai No. 710 Gluue ater ;rtet. SUPERIOR COURT. 0 ty Few Cases We e Disposed of Yesterday. The superior cmr; convened at nine o’clock yesterday morning and the criminal docket was immediately taken up. The following cases were deposed of: August Greet, carrying ccncealsd weapons, 13 tuontis tr $51.00 and cost. Aiigut*. Greet), pointing a pistol at another, no! pressed. Stella Johnson, rc iving stolen g .nda, verdict of not guilty. 'j HE GRAND JURY. The Glynn county grand jury met ag in yesterday morning but, adjourn ed att-r a short ?e'-!gri until this morn lug, A number of impor aot caseu are yu being investigated by this body but tt, will probably finish all work by Thur/dsy and adjourn. STOCKHOLDERS MUST PAY. Louisville, Ky , Jn. 14.—Comptrol ler of the Currency Dawes has made an assessment on tbe stockholders of the failed German National bank of Louisville of SSB per share in order to pay the debts of the bank. The total assessment is $145,870, and is to be paid by February 9,1901, Tho depos itors have received 60 per cent, of their tlaims.