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VOLUME XI. NUMBER 276
Bowden Lithia and Tate Springs Waters On draught at our Soda Fountain, Sold also by Gallon, Carboy or Barrel!, W J BUTTS, DRUGGIST Local Agent. Ice Cream Parlor The coolest and most up to-date place in the dry to get drinks is in the parlors of the -uv^s. HUNTER-SALE DRUG CO. A full line of drugs, toilet articles and everything car ried in a first class up-to- Idate drug stor Urescriptions called for and delivered promptly. Agents Lowney’s Candies - - Phone 87 Druggist to Th.e People. magi '• ’ "’-s $27.50 Old Reliable “Charter Oak” Range. H. M. MILLER & SON, Brunswick, Ga, AFTER an anxious, fretting day, you need some thing which shall fit your tired bodv as a well worn slipper fits a tired foot. it must be something more than food or drink. If you want to taste Nervana and forget all your tired and fatigue, take a cup of one of Chase & Sanborn’s “Original-Package” teas. These are the leaves the natives themselves drink with all tneir vigor im prisoned. It’s a very differen drink from ordinary tea. Try a half pound. THOMAS KB ANY FANCY GROCER PHONE 11. 312 NEWCA STLEST A Tale of Low Prices No introduction or explanation necessary to preface such news as this below. Three Genuine Bargain Days. On Monday, July 3th, Tuesday, July9th and Wednesday, July 10th. J. H. HELLER& Hm. 314 Newcastle street: .As usual we refund money if not satisfactory: THE BRUNSWICK TIMES-CALL $27.50 ALABAMA MINES TO RESUME. Signing of the New Wage Scale Brings Good Results. Birmingham, July B.—There will be a general resumption of work at the various mines throughout North Ala bama with a single exception tomor row. Tnis follows the action of the miners and operitors in signing up anew wage scale for the present mining year, wbioh began July 1, The single mine that will not resume work is the Ragland Coal company at Ragland, which employs sixty-five miners, who have declared a strike be etle, as they olaim, the company re fuses to pay last year’s scale. OUWITTTED BY THE ROBBERS. Sheriff’s Posse Have Little Hope of Getting the Men. Anaconda, Mont., July 8 —Special dispatches from a staff oorraspondent of The Anaconda Standard on the ground are to the effect that there is now little hope of the sheriff’* posse overtaking the men who held up the Great Northern express train at Wag ner, Mont , last Wednesday. Toe cor respondent bas just returned from the seotion of ocuniry where the poises were expected to overtake the robbers. His acoouDt is that the pursuers have been outwitted, and that the robbers bare eluded them. GASOLINE TANK EXPLODES. W. E. Fitzgerald Killed and His Coachman Injured. Milwaukee, July 8.- In the explosion of a gasoline tank in the cellar of t|te oruntry bouse of W. E, Fi'zgerald, at Lake Nsgrwicke, Saturday night, Mr Fitzjerald was so badly burned that he diel today and bis coaobman, William Grunwald, is in a dying condition. Mr Fitzgerald was president of the Milwaukee Dry Dook company and managing director of tbe American Shipbuilding oompsny. OS'ZZS A TABLET FOR HIS NAME. An Irish Philanthropist Gives a Home for Aged Poor, Mobile. July 8 —Bishop Allen, assist-? ed by many Cstbolio clergy and Jesuits from Spring Hill oollege, today dedi cated the new home for tba aged poor, Tbe bonne is in charge of the Little Si: . ters of the poor, ana was donated com pleted by Major P, C. Hannan, a looal Irish philanthropist. Was Well Known Here. Judge Thomas Screven died at his borne in Savannah Saturday after an illness of ten days, Judge Soreven waa well and favorably known in Bruns wiok and has a large circle of friends here. He was a half-brother of Mrs, Samuel C. Atkinson. The funeral oc curred in Savannah Sunday and be was buried with honors. No Scare in Rio Janeiro. R o Janeiro, July B.— There ia bo foundation (or the rumor oircolattd in tlie United States that a bubonic plsgue soare exists in this city. Four cases of the disease haye been reported, but all were brought from Oporto. The gen* era! sanitary condition of Rio Janeiro is exoellent. Fatally Stabbed His Wife, Williamson, W. Va., July B—Sylves ter Oieen.of McDowell county, fatally stabbed bis wife and beat ont the brains of bis ohild with a rock beoause bis wife refused him money with wbiob to gamble. Green eioaped to Kentucky With Pistol and Shotgun. Golindy, Tex., July 2.—Alt Duty was shot and killed today in a dual witb Will Lawson oyer a trivial matter. Duty used a revolver and Lawson a shotgun, A moe line of oolored eye glasses and epeotacles just in, 250 to ¥1.50 par pair. Kennon Mott, Jeweler, 216 Newcastle street. BRUNSWICK, GA. TUESDAY MORNING. JULY 9. 1901. I Hi (HIM FIRE SUPPOSED TO HAVE ORIGINATED FROM BOLT OF LIGHTNING-DAMAGE DONE IS ESTIMATED BETWEEN TEN AND FIFTEEN THOUSAND. Fire was discovered in the third s ory of tbe Oglethorpe hotel shortly atter 1 o’oicok yesterday afternoon, and it looked for a long while as though tha entire building would be destroyed. The Are originated it Is thought from a bolt of lightning which struck in tbe oenter of the third story. A telephone alarm was given tbe tire department, but before their arrival a large number of tha guests of the hotel and citizens as well had rushed to the scene of the blaze and were working faithfully to extinguish it. Tbe fltmts seemed to Le confined between tbe oeiiings and it wae a difficult ma ter ;o get at them, and for nearly three houra oloude of blaok smoke leaped from tbe top of tbe building. Chief Green upon bis at rival saw that the engine was needel, ana in a short time he hat a strong stream on the blszs and finally suco-eded iu ex tingxiihiug it. The damage to vbe hotel will probably reach SIO,COO, a< all the furniture in tbe middle of the house from the first to tbe third story was damaged either by tbe fire or by water. At one time it looked serious, and it was feared that tbe fire was gaining headway and the entire building was in danger. Guests all over the house be gan movmg ibeir things by letting them down to the ground by the aid of ropes. The women guests bicsme great ly excited, and the situation for a White was Indeed grave. Proprietor Porter was seen late yes terday afternoon by a representative of the Times Call, and when asked what he estimated the loss at, be said It was impossible to say wbat tbe damage was, but he thought it would be be tween slo,o< 0 ar and $15,000 He said he had ample room in the hotel to aooom modate all the guests, and will bigiu tbe work of fixing up the burned por tion at once. Toe Oglethorpe Is Insured for $35,- 000; $25,000in thecompsuy represented by Mr. J. S. Wright, $5,000 through Mr. J. A. Montgomery and $5,000 through Mr. Gaorge Smith, Chief Green was seen by a reporter last night, and said he did cot think tbe lire was caused by lightning, as be had made a thorough examination and oould nee no sign of a place where it bad struck. The chief also desires to thank tbe many c tuns who aided in extinguishing the blaze. He sail the water power was ample and that the people were doing'the company an in justice io saying that the water piwer was poor. WON'T MEET THIS YEAR. Reunion of The Pine Tree Brigade Has Been Called Off. Reunion of the Pme Tree Brigade ef Confedrate Veterans,' whiob wes to hive been held in this city, bas been oalled off, and tbere will be no meeting held by the brigade this year, The reunion was scheduled to b? held here on July 17, but was postpoued for various reasons, and tbose in charge have now decided not have the meeting at all this year. At the Oglethorpe. Among the arrivals at the Ogle thorpe yeaterday were: J. Gunter, Macon: Samuel S. McKay and wife, Nashville, Tenn.; A. H. Abrahams, Savannah; K. K. Kline, Agnes Kline, Adelaide Nelson, Ben Watts, Atlanta; C. M. Bmitb, A. J. King, Thomasviile; Leon A. Wilson, Wayoross; K. A. Buok, Tifton. AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY MEETING. Officers Were Elected and Delegates to the State Meeting Named. * Pursuant to a notioe in Sunday Times-Cali,, the Glynn County Agri cultural Sooiety held a meeting yester day afternoon at 5 o’clock in tbe eftloe of Dr. W. B. Burroughs on Newcastle street, The meeting was called to order by the president and be requested all the members to use their best endeavors to have a county ex lbit at the State fair to be held 'n Savannah on November 6—16. The election of officers resulted as follows; W. B. Burroughs, president and J. M. Co'aon, seoretary. The following were eleoted to repre sent this county at the meeting of tbe State Agricultural Sooiety to be held in Thomasville on August 8 Dale gates, J, H. Dllworth, R T. Clark, A1 ternates, W R. Townsend, John Dub berly. SOMEWHAT COOLER WEATHER. But Weather Bureau Regards Relief as Temporary. Washington, July B.—Comparatively 000 l weather has prevailed today over almost the entire country east of tbe Mississippi river, and in the Ohio val ley and lake region temperatures are oonsfdsrably below the average. West of tbe Mississippi high temperatures continue, and beoause of the existenoe of a low pressure in tbe Northwest predictions are for more warm weather. Weather boreau cffioials expeot that east of the Mississippi the lower tem perature will continne for a short time at least, In the Middle Atlantic stales and throughout New England rain has fallen, but to tba west tbe weather re mains remarkably dry, ATTENDANCE AT THE EXPOSITION. It Has Nearly Reached the Two Million Mark. Buffalo, N. Y., July 8— The total at tendance to date at tbe Pan-American exposition is 1,779,866, It is believed that July and August will bring tbe total to above five million, and it re mains for September and October to bring the remainder of the ten millions at wbiob tbe status of guessera has been set. Eight million paid admissions with the revenues from ooncsstiong will repay the oust of the exposition. President McKinley will oome to the expontion in September. There will be a president’s day in houor of bis presenoo. VANDERBILT LEAVES FARM. Expense on Stables and Dairy Have Been Too Heavy. Blltmore, N C., July 8 —George W Vanderbilt and farai’y, from tbe BiL more estate, leave f ,r Bar Harbor today on Mr. Vanderbilt’s private car. He does not tike any of his horses as be has four already at Bar Harrcw. He will do considerable boating on his private yacht now at anchor there, Mr. Vanderbilt ie d'-pleasud with the enormoul expense to which the new stables and dairy at Biltmore luve grown, To The Public. The indications are now, that tne “Boldiers Home” in Atlanta will, by Ootober, have 100 inmates. We would respectfully ask for contributions to furnish and adorn this home. We want pioturea, mirrows, ohina, chairs, towels, sponges, glassware orookery, sheets, pillow cases, bed spreads, books, magazines, and 100 other things. Par ties donating these things will please write or put tbelr name on them and send them to Mrs. R. R, Hopkins, Mrs. J. M. Madden or to the undersiged. W. B. Burroughs. Roan Will Be Hanged. ' Marlin, Tax., July B.—ln the case of John Roan, charged with assaulting a 14 year old white girl last December, the jury returned a verdiot assessing the death penalty. Always hunt up Jim Carter, when you have clothes to be gleaned. ■in i Iff J IPS STRIKING LIABLE TO HURT THE CITY-MEN WHO ARE WILLING TO WORK AFRAID TO TRY THE IDLE SHOPS. Charleston, S. O , July 8,-The busi ness people of Charleston are trying to arrauge a eatisfsetory settlement in tbe strike situation at the Southern rail road stops. Sinoe the union men went out it hes been impossible to get out side machinest to continue the work. New men have been breugbt here on ■peoial trains, and by other various means, but the strikers have intimi dated and prevented them from work ing. Tbe most serious aepeot is the probable loss by the city of tbe rail road shops. The Southern railroad Officials have aonounced that the strik ing machinist will not be employed again, and if this striking element nontinuos, however, to keep tbe new men out, tbe ebopt will probably be moved to some other oity. During the past few days the trouble at the shops was quite serious, and with the bolding ing up of speoial train and subsequest driving off of the non-union men from the city, has praoticaliy brought the fight to a crisis, and it is not known how soon the Southern railroad may anucunce the neoessiry of moving the shops, Iq the meantime, however,Jthfe business men here are trying to pre vent this by a satisfactory adjustment, but it is not known how ihey will suc ceed, In the judicial court on Tuesday Hubert Walla ie w,l! oo triad for an assault upon C. W. Msothey. Wallace Va a" uoTdb meohinest and Manthey is employed at tbe Volk & Murdook works. Because he would not leave the works. Msnihay alleges that he was attacked by the union man, and this will be one of the first striking cases to oome before the courts, Cool Day in Cnicago. Chicago, July B—Today was the coolest day in Chioago since last May, the maximum temperature being 66 and the minimum 56. This is a fall tf 26 degrees since 6 o’olook S&tuidiy night, when the thermc-mrter regis tered 82 A ft fl breeze off the lake brought atnut tbe charge. Congressional Committee at Seattle. Seattle, Wash., July 8. -With the ex ception of Congressman Bsukbead, of Alabama, who was suddenly called home, tho entire congressional commit tee on rivers and harbors Is now here inspecting harbors. PIANOS TUNKL) AND REPAIRED. Mr. Henry I.onsberg. expert piano tuner and repairer, is In the oity for a few days. Orders left at B J. Ole wine’s bioyole store will receive prompt attention . The silks at H. V. Adderley’a are not obeap silks, but good silks cheap. COOLERS For all parts of the body. Light Underwear, Flannel Coats and I’ants, Summer Shoes, Straw Hats, Negligee Shirts, Collars and Neckwear. An assortment that will appeal to your taste and pocket. L E V Y S PRICE FIVE CENT NOT A BULLET WENT ASTRAY. One Man Killed and Three Wounded Near Svlvania. Sylvauia, Ga„ Jul, 8 .-At a d anee given in the turpentine quarter at,Zeig ler station, in this county, last night George Davis and his brother got into a dispute with two other negroes, and tbe quartet walked out of the house into the woods to settle it. Davis was killed, his brother it is thought is fatally wounded, and tbe other two badly hurt. Pistols were tbe only weapons used, and the double duel oocurred in the moonlight underneath tbe pines. No inquest bas been held yet and no arrests bate been made. George Daria’ body is lying in the woods today by tbe side of the railroad track and no one yet bas ventured to move it. KILLED HIS WIFE’S COUSIN. Fayette Stewart Slays Sam Smith at Waco, Texas. Waco, Tex., July B,—Sam Smith, aged twenty, was shot and instantly killed today by Fayette Stewart. Mrs. Faywart, it is claimed, was awakened by someone touching her, and in a searoh Stewart found a man concealed in the yard. He got no response to calls and fired twice. Both bullets paused through Smith’s heart. Smith was aoousiu of Mrs. Stewart. CLOTHES DAMAGED AT THE FIRE. If your olothee were damaged while at the Oglethorpe fire, don’t put them aside, but take them at one* to Jins Carter, where they will be properly at tended to. If you can’t afford to leave the bouse, ring ’phone 2532, and they will be cleaned and pressed “while you wait.” Another Of that new Georgia Syrup just received in gallon Cans and small bottles. Tilt ITJ.STLE.P_ Phone 1.0 Notice, -4*- For the oonveniero of Brunswickians visiting Buf falo during the Pan-American Expos ition, we will furnish them with drafts on that place ; also with identification blanks, thus enabling them to carry funds in perfect security, and avoid the necessity of being identified. Brunswick Bank l Trust Cos. H. W, Gale, Cashier-'