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0 At Cost tor the next three days only, Call now if you want a bargain, KENNON MOTT, Jeweler and Graduate Optioians 111 N.woaitls Street, * Inspector of Wetobee for Bonth.rn Rellwey. Time by Wire dolly from Wublnytaß KKBI’ER OP THE CITT CLOCKS. Memorial Day fill Soon Be Here. Bring us your Older quick for any grave enclosures or markers. If your monument Is dirty or moss covered wo aen make it like new. Come and see us. Iron Fencing, Hard food Ma&tels, k REED E. LaMANCE, Manager. GOLF AND BASEBALL Goods for this season just received Complete Variety at all Prices FLEMING & WAFF’S. Photographers Supplies- Fine Stationery J, J. LISSNER, Groceries, Tobacco, Flour, Bacon and Provisions, GRAIN, HAY AND BRAN / SPECIALTY. 216 Bay Street, Brunswick, Georgia. C. DOWNING, President. E. H. MASON, Vicr-I’kesii>ent. E. D. WAI.TER, CASHIKK THE NATIONAL BANK OF BRUNSWICK, CAPITAL $150,000. LOANS—DISCOUNTS—EXCHANGE—COLLECTIONS, SAFE DEPOSIT SOSES FOR RENT, Interest Allowed On Deposits in Savings Deiaitmeii DIKECTOKS JOSEPH IW. BENNET, C. DOWNING, ALBERT FENDIG, Judge Brunswick Circuit, Pres. Downing Cos, of Brobston, Fendig &Cos. W. O. BRANTLEY, E. H. MASON; E.;D. WALTER, M.'C. 11th Ga. Diet. of E, H. Mason & Cos . Cashier. HENRY P, TALMADGE, Pres. Southern Pine Cos., New York CHINESE RESTAURANT ESTBLISHEDIIIBB9. CHUE HALL. Proprietor You can get the best the market affords by eating here 215 GRANT ST, P. S. —Orders taken for 0 K* laundry. Cream of Kentucky —Whiskey— sl.oo per quart. It is the best, DOUGLAS & MORGAN. Agents. Brunswick, Ga: THE BRUNSWICK TIMES CALL, MAY 7, 1901 IN GOOD SHAPE St. Simon Is Now Ready For The Summer Nisitors. St. Simoni pier presents a very ate tractive appearenoe lately. The St, Hi. mon boot line bai taken charge of end rebuilt the pavilion whiob io now in find condition for danoiog. The (tore and cottages near the pier furnioh con veniences to ptonic parties, such as hot meals, lunobei, bath suits, eto, The beautiful shade trees overhanging the bluff shade and ideal spot io whiob to spread a lunob, and many excursions will be given to this popular plaoe dur ing tffe summer. Captain Dart, of the Egmoot, Is most oonrteons to his pas sengers and has made many friends during his years as oaptein, wbo are always glad to take the trip with him. WANTFO. 5000 second hand corn and oat sacks. J. W. Watkins, 208 Bay st, HAVE YOUR CLOTHES DYED. You oetd have no fear of not getting e satisfactory job in rtyping when you send your clothes to Jim Carter. BRUNSWICK WILL AID. Committee Named Last Night to Solicit Subscriptions For Jacksonville. A number of citizens met at the oity ball last night to take aotlon in the matter of prooorirg contributions for 'he Jacksonville sufferers. Mayor Emanuel presided. By motion the following were ap pointed a oomnaittee to oasvas the oity today; Messrs, E. F, Coney, N. Eman uel, J. J.Conoly, Dr. J. A. Butte, F. MoC. Brown, Albert Fendig, J. Stoval| Smith, J. K Cornelian, J. E. do Big non, R'V. W. E. Resney, Rev, J. B. Game, Rev. W. M. Gilmore, J, m‘ Dexter, T. Newman, F. E. Twitty, W. S. Gardner, W. T. G.beon, B. A. Fabm The following were appointed to aolioit the oolored people; Rev. John Williams, Moeea Sawyer. C. A. Clark, O. A. Shaw, Samuel Wiggins and J. M. Mos ely. All meuhera of the committees are requested to begin work this morning and to meet at tha olty hall at 6 p. m. tble afternoon ao that all money rsifed oan be forwarded to Jacksonville im media ely. The Indie, are requeated to meet at the oity bal at 10 o’clock this morning. 1 he di.trees among tbe poor people la especially great, and while tbe entire country wll', no doubt, send aid prompts ly, Brunswick should be among the first to send generous assistance to her stricken; neighbor. Mayor Emanuol has issued ihe follow ing appeal. To the people of Brunswick: Committees have been appointed aod will today call on the citizens of Bruns wick for cootilbntlona to send to Jack sonville to be used In relelving the dis tress of those of that city who lost prac tically tbelr all in the disastrous fire that swept that city on Friday. Their .need la very great and our citi zens should respond promptly and gen erously in rendering aid to the people of our neighboring cliy, A mee log of all the Ibdies in the city who are willing to aid in this relief work is called to meet at the major’s office in the city hall at 10 o’clock this morning, for the purpose of appointing committees, atd formulating plans to assist people in Jacksonville, who are without food’ shelter or any dott ing, except what they had on at the time of the fire. Their need is great and or gent. All contribution) of foodstuffs, and clothing oan be sent to the Board of Trade’s room in lhe city hall, where they will bo received and promptly forwarded. All members of the Relief committee are requested to osnvss the districts assigned them immediately, and to report at the City ball at five o’clock this afternoon. I feel sure that every person 1b Bronswiok will cheerfnlly give what they oan afford to this worthy oau.-e. Very respectfully, N. Emanuel, Mayor. LOCAL ANDJERSONAL Two colored excursions were given yesterday, one to Feroandiea and oue near Jerap. Rev. Harry Caeeil Ailed the pulpit of St. Thomas church at Thomasville, Sunday. The RiAsmen have about completed all of the booths for their fair. Superintendent Geo. W. Haines, of the Brunswick and Western railroad, spent yesterday in the oity, A number of Brunswickian* spent Sunday in Jacksonville. Firemen Sam Goins and John Green have returned from Jacksonville where they went to ast‘st In fighting the big Are there. Tbe mDjr friend* of Ospt. Frank D. Aiken will be glad to learn tbat he has almost recovered from hie re cent illness. Mr. E. D. Wolffs baa reiared from a business trip to Greenville, N. C. Miss Kfa Baohlott is tbs attractive Ifusrt of Mrs. William Wood, at her home oo Newcastle street. Mr. Sam Goins has tbe record as tbe champion potatoe farmer. He has been toting new potatoes tbe past month aa ' yre not small either. Attenti\ called to tbe notioe of the Light and water oompany in this issue as to the hours tbe water will be closed off during tbe day. YOU GET GOOD RESULTS when vou have Jim Carter clean and press your clothes. Place, 604 Munk street. Phone 253 2. To Be Steamed Uo Soon. The Bron.wlok and Birmingham engine No. 1 will be steamed np the mlddle;of the week and put to pullmg the construction train. The force now at work on tbe road is larger tbnni at any time sicce the work began, New Irish potatoe. today at Harper Collecting Subscriptions. A committee from the local Knights of Pythias is now out collecting sub scriptions for the entertainment of the Georgia Knlghta. The committee is meetlr g with great suocees. New Irish potatoes today at Harper* For Sale Cheap so of the finest breed Bantam Chickens in Bruns wick- J. W. Watkins, 208 Bay St. PISTOLS AND KNIVES. Negro Picnicers Have a Great Time at Phinholaway. A colored picnic was given from this city yesterday to Phinholaway, a small station on the Southern railway, two miles from Jeaup. Everything was working smoothly, hut there were several on the picoi who found out that it was impossible to spend an e/ioyable day, without the use of their knlV’ *nd pUtols, and for tha ama.-emeut ‘’Jie large crowd present several £ the “desperadoes ’ engaged iu a fl>.lP, and as a result one or two of them will have to he attended to by a physic in. Summer Law School UNIVERSITY OP VIRGINIA. , B*4 Snmrner. Jnlf 2to Sept. 1. 11*11. Bspacitllr helpful to beginners: to candidate!* for admission to the bar; and to uaactitioners who have lacked sys tematic inwtrnctii At Tor catalogue address HALLiltill C. Ma'NOKy Ico’y, Charlottesville, Ts, The usual eervjce will be conduoted to da; by the pastor at the Fresbyterion church. Bunday school at 4 o,clock. Let all the members of the church and con gregation attend these service. Btranger and visitors cordially invited the ROCK ihat WRECKS brings in US’train bodily f that slowly but surely destrou health', 'strength and cheerfulness: TO REMOVE THIS CONDITION TAKE PDimYAsH m RlLrvLI BITTERS ■ it is a marvelous stjstcm cleanser and V Permanently CURES a constipated hablh trouble in. the digestion. X.the blood, si renathens the kidneys, rut sysie'm in Ptßr lit SOLD AT ORLIGGI&TS; W- J. Butts, MilMl! ■■ I Continued from page 1. M-.rtial law continues to be rigidly inforoed. B. A. MoCottery, employed at the Gardner ship yards, almost loat bis life trying to save people wbo rushed down Market street to (he r ver when the (lams were at their Aercest Aight. He says he succeeded in getting 20 people across the river, but as many more were either burned to death or drowned at the piir. “L had no idea the ship yard was in daogsr,” MoCottery said, “I was trying to eave my tools, as the Are was being blown to the east and away from the dock'. Suddenly Aimes abet aoross the yard, with the wind from the west rigbt behind them. 1 knew then that every'hidg was going. lAad from the building. Oo the pier I saw crowds oi people. I positively think 40 is iow estimite of tboee I siw. Of these I saw only 20 carried scree, There was absolutely no escape for them. Affe rl bad carried my biatbalf way across the river I heard many ories and shouts that seemed to come from the smoke at the pier. I knew many were Ist at that moment, for the Aim 's were un all sides and the river in front.” The Alcazar, at St. AugusTne, al though closed seve: al weeks ago for the season, has been re-opened to oare for tbe refugees. Other winter resort hotels will probably open tomorrow, as the crowds that are leaving tbe city have been aogmeeted fieely today. Thousands left last night. The firemen hve not been relieved, because the debris Is 6till burning, and streams of water are beiDg poured into the flames and embers all the time. On every telegraph and telephone pole that has not been dectroyad linemen are at work. Tha trolley company has a large foroe of men at work hanging feed wires and clearing the tracks where the streets are sofflalently cool. It will be several days before a oar can pass into East Bay street. The number of military oompauiej in the oily prevents vandalism and looting, A battery of guns Is in position at tbe oorner of Bay and Market streets. These gnns were rescued from the burning armory, in wh'.oh much of the equipment of the Jacksonville troops was lost, Tbe militia continues to patrol all parts of the oity. Martial law will probably ba enforced for a week or more. GRAND SUMMER OPENING- The New Yore steamer brings every week Novelties in Millinery Gouts. at Mis. Earles, 203 New castle st. Ladies will find the largest and best assort ment in the city. AH invited to inspect. Commissioners Meet Today. The county beard will meet in regu lar session at tbe court bouse this mo ning and among other things a member of the board to fill the unex* pired term of. Cvpt. Newman will be named. SUMMER IS HERE, and you should have Jim Carter clesn and press the old suit for you. Plaoe 504 Monk <t. Phone 2K3-2, STRAYED—From my residence, guinea pig. Suitable reward will be paid for its return. B. Hir.ch ATTRACTIONS AT CUR STORE. Read These Prices. One lot Ladies Shirt Waists worth at 29c, One lot Ladies and Childrens Parasols from 25c up. Boys White Duck Sailor Sutit at 7>c. Boys Linen knee pants at 15 cts a pair. One lot of Ladies Night Gowns at 29 cts a piecei AH kinds of Childrens Colored and White Dresses 25c up. All Colors in Organdy at 8c per yd. One lot of nice Dress GiDgham at 7c per yd." Mrs. IT. Isaac. 208—208 1-2 Newcastle, St. " mt^m ■ gb fifcsajffiS3§Sr9? jjjpftr-JB Furniture Ijnj9| Brass and Iron Beds and Beddiog -816 Newcastle Street. The most complete stock in Brunswick to select from- W. H. BOWEN AMO E3 I 11 L-_ E3 tZ: FR Of Stone? Brick and -Frame Building. Mapotact ji er of Cement, Tile and Artificial Stone. PHONE 254-4 Coney & Parker DEALERS: IN Coal and Wood, Brick, Lime, Cement, Plaster, Hair, Shingles[and Laths. Agents for Morris’ t Brick. Phone 18- - 525 Bav St. Ate * PlliulU Rocds rSrSfk awf-lHft the;test breed for the South. I liar* pure bred stock. ’ V-- ■" -*P Eggs tl 00 per sitting of 13 V./’ |\ A few fowls for sale ~ Hens sl.£o each. Cockerels s2.£o.|| H. H. Harvey, non 205 513 S, Alim ft THE RIFLEMENS FAIR. Company Is Now Hard at Work Preparing the Armory. Every night a !ar"S n of the members of the Brunswick Rifl men are hsrd at work in their srmoy, building the and fferrn' bor.'bs, e’o., preparatory to the op.r>ng cf their fair on May 20. A reporter of the Times Cam, visited tbe armory last night, and, although not yet finished, everything made a first class appesraroe and ail the booths will be pretty ones. Entering the door and turning to the left the booths are arranged as follows : Fancy booth Mo. 1; lemonade stand, fanoy booth No. 2, flower stand, candy booth, grocery room, cigar booth, domestic booth, supper room, ice cream parlors. The supper committee was out so liciting yesterday, ardreported a very liberal lt is ss and that they received enough from the single day’s canvas to last the entire weak. WHERE IJO YOU SEND YOUR CLOTHES. When yos wsnt them cleaned and pnseed, remember that no one is able osa iify you bqt Jim Carter. Phono 253-2. You are much more liabale to deseaee hen your liver and bowels do not act properly. Dewitt’e Little Early Risers re move the cause of disease. w. J. Butte. A "W OR] > ABOUT WINK. To those who enjoy and appreciate the goodness of a good wine for the family sideboard, we con fidently and earnestly rec ommend our Spanish Wine. A trial will cost but a trifle—it will do you a World of good. Quarts ?oc, delivered. i. Giaift & co. Phone 194, 300 Gloucester St. FOR RENT-Eight rocm house, orner A and Q streets. Apply to M Gann, 405 G street. Have your olothes cleaned by Jim Carter. Phone 253 2.