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TOLUME XI. NUMBER 186
Easter Egg Dye, 12 COLORS SC. Linane Makes your old straw hat look like new, *£c. per package. Clean 8 hats. W. J. BDTTS, Tile Druggist, “Oi the Corner.” Agent—Huyler’s Candies, Eastman Kodaks. SF=>F=*irvlC3 a Has come and to prepare our system for the hot weather we should take a A Spring Tonic. We have all sorts to suit all people. We make a specialty of LOW PRICES, ICE CREAM TODAY. HUYLER'S and NCNALLY’s CANDY BROWN DRUG CO., Leading Druggists- Royal Pelt Mattress 111®, ice fin Rons: Summer Mi Generally. r —— I —^ pm SQ 'Ma, -—--- issue or * sboceet lil,Tr~~sJp"~7 y ffV/^njraTr'^T/ wwO* iPr/ . kv. Ie broader guaae by which *0 judge nr th an flattering advertisements on the j-y grocer’s part. Our advertisements are $4 tbe T iSlit y of tbe <tock we have f’"rsafei.- k'. ] The goods will sell themselves. We ylllll P<- v call your attention today to the following liportid Saw Krul JlLwon Fit, (a. & id 'Sri! Wesson Cooking Oil 'THOMAS KEANY. FANCY GROCER T*On It. 312 NEWCASTLE ST. JUST IN TIME FOR EASTER. Received: A beautiful lot of Laidies’ "Waists. All size from 40c up. Also a magnificent line of Skirts. V Dr. Warners Famous Health Corset, latest style, regular price SI.C3, our special 50c. J. H. Heller & Bro. 314 Newcastle street’. THE BRUNSWICK TIMES-CALL n io II j ns Baictoiaa Treaty lo Be Signed CHINA IS MUD BUI OUIDONE Said Russia Holds the Whip Handle Over China and Seems to Be Making It Pop. i Pekin, April I—lt is now said on good authority that China will agree to the Manohurln treaty demanded by R aia at an early date. Tbti is done t avoid trouble at this particular time, Toe Emperor, ai well as LI Hung Chang, tays that the Cztr’e govern, meat took advantage of China, and with Japan to baok her np the la to be very SUIT from now on. The Amerioan government baa, all along, been for an squitable settlement between China and the power*. POSTAGE RATES REDUCED. All Mail Matter for Cuba Can Now Be Sent at Domestic Rates. An order bas been received at tbe local posted! oe aouonnoiug that alter tbe first day of April tbe domestic postage ratal of the United Slatea shall apply to all matter patting between the United States and Cuba. The order, isaned by Cbarlta Emory Smith, poatmaater general, is a very important one, ae it materially reducei tbe rafet and change* the elaaalflca tlona of all matter intended for tbe ialand. The domeatlo ratal in tbe United Statea on lettera and nil flret claaa matter ia 2 aanta for eaoh half ounce. Tbit rata will now apply to letters addreaeed to any part 4>f Coba. All other domeatlo elssslfloatlons and ratea are made to apply to Coba also. Tbe order waa issued in Washington a few daya age. but did not take sffrot until he Drat of tbe month. PROF. VON WELLER'S DEATH. Expired of Heart Disease Earl/ Yesterday Morning. Tbe notloe of Prof, van Waller's death, publiihedilnStbaaa oolume yes terday morning caused general aurprlae and sorrow. Very few of Prof, von Weller’s many friends knew that be waa 111 and It le naedlasato aay that when tbe announce ment of hla death waa read It created aorrow in the bearta of many , The funeral will ooonr from Bt. Mark’s E.tieoopal churoh ot 10 o’oloek today. Following are tba pall bearers: Col. J. K du Bignon, Dr, J. A. Botta, Messrs. A. J. Crovatt, W. H DeVae, J. C. Green and J. A, Mont-, gome'-y. Married Thursday. Mr. Irvin Carmen, a prominent yonng maebanio of tbis olty, and Mite Matilda Patterson, a obarmlng yonng lady from Sr, S',man laland, were mar ried at tbe First Baptist ohurcb Thurs day 7 p. m ~ by Hav. W. M. Gilmore - Only a few personal friends wereinvlt ed. The happy conple will make tbalr fntnre borne In Ibis olty. "On The Right Lina." A prominent farmer told a Tima- Call reporter yesterday that we were on tbe right line by calling for tome Interest In an exhibit at tbe atato fair arbloh la to ba held in Savannah, A good (bowing oan ba made if tha work will begin at anaa. MAIL HELP WANTED—Reliable men to sail oar line of high grade lu bricating olla, greaaee, palm a and var nlabea. Salary or oommiaalon. Address F, H. Penfleld, Cleveland, Ohio. BRUNSWICK. GA. SATURDAY MORNING, APRIL 6 1901 THE CONVENTION. Captain Purse is Coming Prepared to Say Something. The Macon Telegrapb of Friday said: “As busy a man as be la at this sea son, Capt. D. G. Purse of Savannah wbo has given so much time and in. estlgs'l..n to tbe sugar e&ne Indus I ry, has acc pt*d '►'e prrs ini; lnvita | tioo of the Brunswick Board of Trade to address the Sugar Cena and Cas sava Convention next Tuesday. The prssenca of Capt. Purse assaros bis co operation with all practical efforts to upbuild and develop Georgia’s agricul tural wealth. In a conversation this morning he expressed himself as sat isfied with the wonderful amount of energy the planters were beginning to bestow upon their fields. With sugar oane, oaaiava and earn indue ry highly developed ae a farm produoi. the eoutb, and particularly Georgia, will hold the key of the sugar and starch trade. Gapl- Purse has thrown all his energy into the sugar indmtry, to develop It from sugar oane end from corn, Hla hoik, lately iaeued, called “Cultivation of Sugar Cane,” has gained a phenomi nal circulation. He has received a flattering offer from a New York pub Uniting hone' to issue another edition oi IOO.OI'O copier, and the Plant System is anxious to have a special edition of 100,000, lu addition to this, the Lou isiana Planter, an authority in the sugar industry will reproduce chip ters upon the first cultivation of sugar gar cane in America and particularly about the Hopeton plantation, near Brunewiok, in Glynn county, “Capt. Purse says that cultivation of Immense arete of sugar oane, with systematic cultivation of cassava, vel vet beans and oorn, the problems of deserted pine barrens and questions of swamp drainage in snath Georgia will be more than solved. The queatlon of drin>Jeg water ha* beqn answered in tJbe development of th* artesian well system. Tbs ollmatt is the bsst to be found anywhere. The next tisoada will •how a wonderful Increase of \popnls> tlon, and both agricultural and' faoturiDg wealth in southeast Georgia than in any other sec Ion," \ TO CONTROL COTTON YIELD. T Cotton Growers Will Hold Their To-Day. i Atlanta, Ga,, April s.—Pursuant to a oall by Harris Jordan, president of the Southern Cotton Onwin' Proteo- Ire Association, the cotton prodnsirs of the Southern states will meet at ev ery oounty teat In the Booth tomor row, for the purpose of adopting some plan to onrtall the aoroage of the cot ton crop for the eeaeon of 1901 and 1902. President Jordan urge* Immediate notion by the farraere before the seed for the ;next orop la plaoed In the ground. He olaima thaythe planters will not be able to mejet tbelr obliga tion* assumed for guajno, males and other farming materials with the prloe of cotton at 5 cents, wtjicb he confi dently prediot* will result from a large aoreage. Funeral Notice. The funeral of the late Prof. P. A. von Weller will occur from Bt. Mark’s Episcopal church today at 10 o’clock. The friends of the deceased and hla family are requested to attend. Baseball Game. Philadelphia, April 6,- Prlnoeton defeated tbs Philadelphia natloaal league team today; the score being 7 to 2. I, W. Harper Whlakey'awarded gold msdal at Cotton Exposition, New Oi leans, ’B5. Gold medal at World's Columbian Exposition, Chicago, 93, Gold medal at Parle Exposition, 1900. The kind your grandfather used still leads. Absolutely pure. Sold by T. Newman, Branswlok, Ga. Norman the barber is baok at bis cbalr at Clark'a barber shop. ffil PUR USA fid Big Plant Lily io bb EstabMsd Here A COMPANY IS READY / A Coaoern of New Jersey Willing to Begin the Mannlaotnre el Starohln This Vicinity. The Times Call Is In rooelpt of a letter from a starob manufacturing company of Nsw Jersey and this com pany says It is ready to start a starcb faotory at any time that enough cassava Is planted to keep it In opera tion half the year. This letter will be read to the oonventton Tuesday and it is probable that some aotion will be takrn #0 tbe same. EXCELSIOR SOCIETY Held an Interesting Meeting Yesterday Af ternoon, The Excelsior Literary Society held an interesting meeting on yesterday afternoon. The program wai as fol lows: Play—Tbe Opening Addreie-Cllf ford Baffo, Maroy Mason, Ralph Wood. Vooal Bola—Forgotten—Tula Web ster. Deolamatlon—Spartaone—Jas. Os borne. Deolamatlon—A Boy’* Trouble-Ir viue Krauas. I Music—Song of tbe Night Winds— Tallulah Fleming. Reoitatlon -Little Jim—lda Martin. ReoltoMon—The Church Spiders— Carrie Stacy. Recitation—Emma Cornell. Muslo—L*ab Johnson. Deolamatlon—Epartacus to the Glad iators—Gue Orr. Deolamatlon- Henry Cook. Declamation—Clinton Knight. Recitation—Rebecca Davis. Mqsio—Carl and Lotta Baumgartner. Society adjourned to meet Aril 19:h, 1 0 01 • Clare O’Connor. Board of Trade Meeting. The Board of Trade met at the olty hail yesterday and only a small nnm ber of tbe members were present. Col. Goodyear of tbe Cane and Cassava Convention committee, made an eo oonraging report, After discussing other matters tbe board adjourned to meet Monday night at 8 o’clock. Pretty Easter Windows, Ksnnon Mott, tbe leading jawelar has dresasd his store windows fir Eaatsr, sad they are tbe bandaemeat sad rioheat to ba saen In the eity. His display of diamonds, Merigse Japan China, and ont class Is very fine and worth seeing. Norman the barber 1* baok at bis obair at Clark’s barber shop. Csnadian Giant. Chloago, April s.—Edward Baanpra theyonog Canadian giant left this ally today for Waihlngton, where ha will make an affort to sea tba presi dent and ssoure a plaoe on tha White Honse staff. Norman tbo barber Is back at bis chair at Clark’s barber shop. Senator Upchurch Coming Senator John J. Upohnroh will bs a delegate to tha Sugar Cane and Cas sava Convention from Cbarlton. Mr. Upobnroh la greatly loterasted In the culture of oassava and is preparing to plant several aerri, Die Clark’s HAIR TONIC for dandruff. FAIR COMMITTEES Named By The Brunswick Riflemen Last Night. The following oommitteei for tbs ooming fair were named for the Bifle mea last night: Executive Committeo-Capt. Frank A, Dunn chairman; Sergte, Harry Miller, W. D. Miller, A. B. Jenk- ins, H. L. Calbonn B, O. Douglas, Corporals K. H. Lamb, J. P. Hutobln. •on, M. J. Greenwood, Privates A. El. kan, J. H. Bxtrowiob, C. Brantley, J. L. Fouohe, and J. Borohardt. Soliciting: Commutes—Sergt. Har ry Miller, chairman. Decorating Committee—Private J. M. Extrowlcb, chairman. Reception Committee—Sergt. W. D. Miller, ohairman, Donation Committee—Sergt. A. 8. Jenkins, ohairman; Corporal J. P. Hutchinson, sscrotary; J. L Ponohe, treasurer. GEN . FITZHUGH LEE IS ILL. He Is Suffering from Cold Contracted in Mountains. Denver, April 6 —General FHabogh Lee is 111 at the home of H, C. Morriam in this oity, haring oontraoted a cold while on a trip around tbe G orgetown loon in tbe mountains. He bad planned to go to Colorado Springs to day on his wsy to California, but tb • morning be wss suffering from a severe sore throat and symptoms of the gr! p Upon the advloe of his pbysioians bis journey was postponed. Local and Personal. Mr. R, L. Edmond, of Coiumbne spent yesterday tn tbe city. Mr, Don MoCaskeli has beeo named as a member of tke police foroe- The Continental saloon will shortly remove from tbe Keller building to tbe old Bay restaurant stand. Tbe Brnnswlok Bank and Trust com pany now bas averything oomfortably arranged in their new qaartera, and It la one of the naatest banking houses In the state. Bought an Island. Philadelphia, April s.—lt Is stated on good authority that the Vickers Maxim company has pnrohased Petty’s Island, on tbe Delaware river with the purpose of establishing a ship build ing plant. Gold Mine Sold. Phoenix, Arlcona, April s.—Con gress gold mine, greatest producer of Arizona, was sold yesterday to a New York syndicate for three million dol lars. WANTED—Everybody to come and eeis Mrs. Hen and famlly|witb their new Esater auits on, in oar window today and tomorrow. A. Kaiaer A Bro. How Are Yon Fixed For Easterf— If you haven't gou anew salt, don’t give It np. Jim Carter can press yon into servioe with the old suit. Phone 253 3. Place 504 Monk street. Easter Offerings. W e have a complete stock of Men’s, Boys and Chil dren's Clothing, the finest line ever shown in Brunswick* Prices to reach everybody’s pocket: give us a call. All shapes and styles in Soft, Alpines, Stiff and a full stock of STR A W I —i A T & Neckwear, Belts, Fancy Hose and a pretty line of La dies Shirt Waists. LEVYS PRICE FIVE CENT V 08 EOS :* ■ and we are receiving them almost daily : Fresh Strawberries, Fresh Tomatoes, j Fresh Celery, f* Fresh Lettn If Fs Qood Ws Sin It HARPER,; I The Hustler* ’PHONE; 158. lift its.:; We are now comfortably situ ated io our new quarters in Kaiser bfcok, next to postof floe. We reapeotfnlly solicit our share of your patronage. Bphikk M & Trust Cos, H. W, Dale, Cashier- Church School —OF— Southern Georgia St. Jnde’e (Episoopal) Brunewiok. =Frotn Kindergarten to College-: Latin, French. Higher Mathematics, Shorthand, Music, Typewriting and Bookkeeping: Jennie Gassil, PBIHCIPAL. Granulated Sugar 4 lbs. 25c Granulated Sugar 17 lbs, SI.OO Irish Potatoes pr peck 20c Large Dill Pickles 10 for sc. A. C. JEFFERS.] 219 Newcastle, street.