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Landreth’s Garden Seed In Great Varities Just Received. W. J. BUTTS, The Druggist, “Ob the Corner." WE HAVE THEM GUESSING How we sell Drugs and fill Pre scriptions so cheap We Defy Competition Try us and be convinced as others are, A Fresh lot of , HUYLERS and NUN ALLY'S CANDY Always on Hand. BROWN DRUG CO., Leading Druggists- P, B.—We send for and deliver Prescriptions promptly in all parts of the oity. Needle Always has an eye for business and seldom fails to carry its points. That’s the way with us when we have a chance to show you our BUCK’i OVBS, OUR EYE_>> For business is that we want to sell you a good stove—then you’ll come back. OUR POIWT_^ We seldom fail to carry, because you have must see the many merits of this line. -tiML .HOOKED UP“ FOR BUSINESS, That’s where we are. We are now propared to handle your business with DECIDED PROMPTNESS You know our work and prices’ are bII right. REMEMBER For Fine Memorial Work, Wood Mantles, Grat es, Tiling and Iron Feooing, we can’t be beat. REED E EaMANCE, Mgr. News of a Big Ribbon Sale Monday and Tuesday. Our Mr. A. Kaiser has just closed a large stock of RIBBONS with one of the leading man ufacturers in the East. This stock represents values which are worth two or three times the price we paid for them. These bargaius we are going to share with you, and will place them on center tables. You cannot afford to miss this chance. To appreciate them you must see them. Call Early and Select the Cream. A- KAISEIR cSc BRO., The Old Reliable THE BRUNSWICK TIMES-CALL NUMBER 150. BRUNSWICK, GA. TUESDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 19 1901 urn wr iimpi lay Accompany Admiral Crowninstiield If POSSIOif 10 ST HIT Brunswick Would be Really De lighted to Dave Theso Gentlemen Come. The Times-Call learns fremareii' able source that Senator Clay and Congressman. Brantley are thinking of accompanying Admiral Crowninsbield to this city; and if they do, these dis> tinguiahed gentlemen will be royally welcomed, Senator Clay has Btood by Mr. Brantley in the latter’* efforts in be half of this city, and cur people are anxious to show their appreciation. The Board of Trade will arrange for the entertainment of these gueets, and the Times-Call. can promiae them a pleasant time. LADIES INVITED. Libor Union De-ires Tbeir Presence # at the Public Meeting. The officers of the Labor Union urgently request the ladies to attend the publio meeting at the city ball Friday night, Hon, C. C. Houston of Atlanta and Messrs. A. D. G&le and James T. Colson of this city will make addresses. ST. JUDE’S CHURCH. It Has Taken on New Life, And ia Now Well Attended. The regular servioes at St. Jude’s oburoh were held Sunday, and large congregations attended each eervice- This little oburoh has made remark able strides forward since the present rector, Key. R, P. Eubtnks, assumed obarge. During bis administration, the oiiuroh baa become an independ ent parish, the bishop having ap* pointed a vestry shortly after Christ mas. The confirmation class this year was tbe largest .of any in the history of the church, A vested choir has also been organized, and a Guild composed of the young women of the ohureb. There is no debt oo the church, and tbe Guild raises tbe necessary funds for tbe incidental expenses. Mr. E. D. Brobvton ia the Senior Warden, and Mr. Horace Gould tbe Junior warden. The regular services are held every Sunday, and Friday evening* at t :30, to which strangers and those inter ested in the church are always heartily welcomed. NEW PLUMBING BUSINESS. Mr. Colson Hoyt yesterday took out license for the plumbing busineie, and will at once enter the field. Mr. Koyt has had several years’ experience in the business and is oapable of doing any kind of work in tbo plumbing lint. He was for a long time employ ed by Mr, A. H. Biker. For tbe present Mr. Hoyt will hare his head quarters at 509 E street, and solicits the pa’ronage of the public. CHARTS FOR SALE. Charts, Tide Tables, and other pub lications of the United Staes Coast and Geodetic Survey, tor sale oy C. W. Demlog, No, 218 Union street. Telephone 152. THE OLD WHISTLE. At the requeit of tbe Darien and St. Simon people the wbiaile of tha old Uesaie has been placed on tha new Uetaia, and yesterday the old fanUiar wbiaile was heard again. CHINESE NEW YEAR. It Was Celebrated Yesterday With Feasting and Visiting, Yesterday was the Chinese New Year, and was appropriately celebrated by the Brunswiok contingent from the Flowery Kingdom by visiting and feasting, as welt as religious servioes to Joss. It is oustomary in other cities, when the number of Chinese is larger than it is here, to explode firecrackers, also/ as a part of the day’s celebration. MAKING ARRANGEMENTS. Knights Will Royally Entertain Their Brothers. The local Lodges Knights of Pythias are already preparing to entertain the convention which ie to meet here in may and it is srfe to say that the Koigbts will keep up Brunswick’s good reputation for hospitality. The prize drill of the Georgia Uni form Ranks is an event of much in terest and this alone will doubtless draw huodreds of visitors here. A STEAMER SUNK. London, Feb. 18.—In with the Russian barg flpppit, the British steamship Herrner foundered with six teen men on board today. DENMARK IS FROZEN. Copenhagen, Feb. 18,-Severest eoid in fifty years is prevalent throughout Denmark, THE REPORT UNTRUE. President Kruger Has Nut Asked For Terms. London, Feb. 18,—The foreign office here declares tt* statement that Kruger asked Great Britain to sevb forth terms upon which peace could be announesd South Africa to be nntrub. ii m iiiiuN IS BEHIND 1 rn Bonfl at $2,000 IBiit Sia Muses la Giro it Topska Feb. IS,—Mrs. Carrie Nation is now resting quietly in jail here. The smasher wss arrested here, charged with smashing a saloon ten days sgo, aid her boud was 'plaoed at $2,000 She refused to allow anyone to stand her b ind, and was locked up. PLENTY OF ■ LIQUOR. Savannah Law and Order League Did Not Stop Sale of It. Savannah, Ga., Fsb. IS.—The Savan nah Law and Order met with some success on its first day’s attempt to enforce Sunday laws. Hardly any of the barrooms ceased operations, but a few paid the league the courtesy of doing business in out of the way corners, This was particularly tbe case with the hotels. Few of the thirsty had any difficulty,'however, in quenching their thirst. A fow ef the dr?g storea ceased selling cigars and soda water, hut Conlda, the leading confectioner on Bull street, did a rushing business, The gresn grooery men have announced that they do not propose to pay any attention to the'l.aw and Order League, as the city ordinance permits them to keep tbeir piaoes open until 10 a. m. The fruit stand man seem te .be abont tha only ones who bars taken serious fright at the proounciamsntos first promulga ted last Sunday Most of them were closed yesterday, Rev, ILseom Antho ny preached a larmoa at Trialty church lsst night denouncing the violators of the Sabbath. BIDS ASKED FOR. Bids fortbeyfollowing goods will he received up to March I: Eighty bales of hay, twenty-two sacks of corn, nice sacks of bran. Ail rights reserved to reject any and all bids. Address O. McUarvey, chairman committee of publio works and sanitation, city of Bru"swiok. I i mn turn ill Now After a TIM Man ■ CRIME I CAUSE The Lynching Occumd atDysrs burg and all is Excite' menu. Memphis; Feb. 18.—Fred King, the negro who assaulted Mies Elsie Arnold yesterday and Ike Fitzgerald another negro who assaulted a young lady a tew milo* from Dyersburg a few day* ago; were both lynched today and the tnob is now looking for a third man who is guilty of a like crime. The ly nchlngs today oocurred at Orenburg. LOCAL AMMONAL. Lest begins tomorrow. Mr. Albsrt Fendig is in Missouri. Mr. C. W. Dewing leaves today for Havana, Cuba. Rntbbone Lodge, Knights of Pythias, meets tonight. Superinted Grob was in the olty yes terday from Jebyl. The Masons held an interesting meeting last night. The Clyde steamer Navahoe arrived in port yesterday. Mr. T. E, Owens has returned to bn home in Jacksonville. Mr. T. T. Sutton, of Atlanta, spent yesterday in the city. Mr. E. M. Adams, of Haooo, spent Sunday in Brunswiok. Detective Connoly, of the Southern railway, is in tbe city. Mr. R. M. MoLaughlin Is very ill at his home on Union street. Mr. C. H. Dickenson, of Charleston, was in the oity yesterday. Mr, H. H. Bennet, of Wayoross, spent yesterday in the city. Mr. C. I. Mell, of Athens, Ga,, was s visitor to the oity yesterday. Mr. L. J. Leavy is still quite 111, to the regret of his many friends. Wanted—Small girl for nurse. Ap ply Room 47, Oglethorpe hotel. Mr. T. B. Twitty, of Camilla, Ga„ is spending a few days in the city. Mr. W. M. Coney,of Savannah, was registered at fhe Oglethorpe yesterday. Mr, H. 8. Fecker, of Savannah, was registered at theOgletborpe yesterday. Mr. Ed Golden is in Maoon, where he Is taking a course in a’ business col lege. Mr. P. Augustine has arrived in the oity and will reside here In the fu ture. Mr. L, Ludwig will take charge of the Ferguson soda water factory to morrow. Mayor Emanuel had his usually well attended police court yesterday morning. Mr. Oliver H. Kmg, of Atlanta, was among yesterday’s arrivals at tbe Oglethorpe. The Mallory steamer Rio Grande ar rived yesterday with a large fright and passenger list. Anew steam yacht arrived on the Mallory steamer yesterday for tbe Jekyl island olub. FOR RENT. —Five-room dwelling house on Gloucester street, between Stonewall and Lee streets. Apply to L. A. Miller. Toe many friends here of Mr, W. F. Cook will regret to learn that he is critioally ill at tbe home of bis son, Rev. Ed F. Cook, in Savannah. FOUND—A ladies’ right-band tan kid glove In front of city hall yester day evening. Owner osn get same by calling at this office and paying for thin ad. Tbe It ileuien will meot tomorrow night, aud decide whether or not they will go to Savannah oeit Friday, to take part in the military celebration of Washington's birthday. For Croup use CHENEYS EXPECTORANT PENSION MONEY. Commissioner Lindsay His About Fm ihed Paying It Our. lhe Constitu’ion of yesterday said: “By tomorrow Pension Commissioner bindscy will have finished settling with the indigent a. and disabled soldiers and widows, with the exception of a faw slragglers, and Sta'.e Treasurer Park will have paid out to pensioners $6;i0,000 of the state’s funds, or suraethhisr very close to those figures. This am tint has been paid out at the rate of *IOO,OOO a week, principally through the ordinaries of counties or statehouse officers, but some ef the pensioners have called in person for their warrants and the cash. Now that the bulk of the old pension bus ness is disposed of, the pension commissioner will be ready within a few days to take up the new olass of widows provided for by the legislature at its last session. Captain Lindsay has rrcently sent out to all the ordinaries of the state oopies of the law relating to item widows to aid them in making out the applications for those who expect to share in this fund. “The legislature has appropriated only SIOO,OOO for this new class of wid ows this year, and there is much specu lation as to whether it will go around. Thisamouut will pay pensions of S6O each to only 1 000 widows of tha class designated, and it is thought by some that tbe number of applicants will be double that, or more. It cannot now be stated what would bedoce inthis event. Either the SIOO,OOO could be paid out as far as it would go, or the payments could be held up io order to prevent any complaint until another session of tha legislature had provided a fund sufficient to pay all entitled to the pen sion. This latter course was pursued some years ago, when the am unt appro related was entirely iuadtquat# to inset the demands." ui sms 1 Id IE HB Czar if Russia Mims Dull Ssilsn Keiff, Russia, Feb IS. —Seven uni versity studsDls will be publi-'v hanged here, as a warning to other stu dents not to engage in insurrections. The condemned students were ar-1 rested in connection with the recent ' outbreak ia which thirty thousand left tbe university. The Czsr today confirmed tha death sentence by an administrative order. $3.00 . . Walking Skirts Just received a line of light weight Walking Skirts, latest style to retail at $3.00--sold elsewhere for $3 50. Also <2=^ A few Washable Silk Waists, Belts, and Neckwear. It would pay you to come and examine same. LEVYS PRICE FIVE CENTS 15 Cents jUbf Will Jib Buy a can of the finest small, early June peas on earth. Try one can and you will haye no other. If It's Good, We Site It, I’l lO3VEJ 158. HARPER, The Hustler- On or About March first we will re move to the Kaiser Block, in the rooms formerly occupied by the Palmer Shoe Cos. Brunswick Bank & Trust Cos. H. W, Gale, Cashisr- LADIES INVITED. “The ladies are invited to call at Hoodenpyles” for everything nice in the line of Fine Pastry and cakes, made fresh every day. You can get what you want when you come, if not, tell me what you want ani L will have it made for you. Remember the place, 10U A st in front of Oglethorpe hotel. GARDEN SEED—==> Just received a full line of BUIST’S SEED. PEAS... Little Gem, Eirly Morning Star, Ever beariDg, BEANS -.. Early Mohawk, Improved Red Valentine Golden Wax, Kentuoky Wonder, German Wax, Early Refugee. A. C. JEFFERS.