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THE BRUNSWICK TIMES-CALL.
VOLUME XI. NUMBER 80.
?M SI Gofflpaiy Asßs
WASH VERY OLD GOD
Over Two Thousand Employees Are
Idle On Aooount of the
Patterson, N. J., Nov. 20, —Tb* Pio
neer S I- Cos., the largest and beat
known silk manufacturing concern in
this Ciun'rv, today made applioaiion
for the appoiofm-nt of a recei*er to
Wind up the company'. flairs. About
two th >u*>.d eruploy-ea were.Uiruwu
out of work
Brookly nTeroV. wi Ibt ta
ing the popular impretsion that Jit fra
it the most popular mouth for wed
dings, the faots show that Ootober,
November end Deoember are months
in whioh the greatest number of mar
riages are celebrated,
NEW STEAMSHIP LINE.
% Boston, Nov. 20.—The Scandinavian
American Steamship line began aer
vise with tbia port by dispatching from
Copenhagen today, one of the four
steamers that will compose the lioe.
They will make regular sailings, and
will be run in connection with the
Boston and Maine railroad.
FIHE INSURANCE AGENTS.
Hartford, Conn.. Nov. 20.—The an-,
nual meeting of the Local Fire Insur
ance Agents Association of Connecticut
was held here today at the Allyn house.
There will be a banquet tonight at
which officers of the principal compa
nies In this city aod representatives of
the New England Exchange will speak.
Meridian, MDs , Nov. 20 —The Meri
dian Fair Association has a big attend
ance today, Lieut, Hobson being here.
Crowds of his admirers have poured ia
by every train. Gen. Wheeler ie also
BAN ANTONIO SAILS.
The United States
of San Antonio, whioh oame into
Brnnswlok tor coal on her way to New
York from Panama, sailed yesterday
for New York.
London, Nov. 20.—Despatches re
ceived herefrom South Afrioa report
a great battle now proceeding between
tbe British and Boers under Dewet.
AN ADMIRAL I)EA#>.
Washington, Nov. 20.—Rear-Admi
| ral Stambal died bsre today. He was
ninety years of age.
t wo Performances Were Given Here
John H, Spark*’ old reliable Vir
ginia shew gave two performances in
this oity yesterday, one in the after
noon and one at night.
At the afternoon performance tbe
tent was comfortably paoked, and last
night there was standing room only.
A'l the seats wsre oocupied long before
time for tbe performance to begin,
and bay wai used as seats for tbe col
ored people, who were largely in the
Tbe show, as a wbole, was, indeed, a
very good one. The trapeze acting
and high aod long jumping, was as
good as has ever been seen in thieoity.
The feature of the show wae tbe dif
ficult noting of the Meal Werntn fami
ly, oonsisting of four men and four
ladies. Their work ie half the ehow,
and seemed to greatly please tbe large
The ciroue will give two more per
formances h< re today, at 2 and 8
o’clock p. m., and will, no doubt, have
good crowds, as they well deserve
TREATY WITH bPAIN.
Tbs Bession of the Spanish Cortes Be
Malru^^ff^fo.— The session of the
Spanish Cortes began today,' .Ameii
cans are specially interested in tbe
gathering this year because the extra
ditions, oonsular aod general treaty
with the United States that has bsen
prepareritfo replace tbe treaties of 1875
and 1877 X'V®* up for consideration.
Mr. BeileMWkStorer, United Btatee
minister, exacts that tbe Bpamab
gov-rumenl w. 'v no difficulty in
pert Hiding thSi ;,Is to approve, and
it is believed the Treaty will be ratified
before Christmas. Several proteste
against oust-, m bouse fines on Ameri
can vi seels, and some settlement of tbe
questions arising out of the peace
tree y of Is9B, are still under negotia
tion. Tbe Spanish cabinet manifests
ILLINOIS ODD FELLOWS.
Springfield, 111., Nov. 20.—The Grand
Lodge of Odd Fellows of tbe Sta’e of
was conferred upon a num
ber of qualified members. Tonight a
reception was given,
Macon, Nov. 20.—T'
session of two days here today. There
is a large attendance of cotton growers
and business men generally not only
from all parts c>f the state of Georgir
but from other states. The object of
lbs gathering is to secure to tbe cotton
produce a fa ! r price for his crop. While
there are many farmers present, the at
tendance also includes merchants, ware
bouse men, bankers aod represensatives
of other ca lings and lines of business.
DeWilt's Little Early Kisms are the beat
liver pilis ever made. Easy,to take ami never
gripe. W. J. butts. #
For LaGrippe and Influ
enza use CHENEY’S EX
BRUNSWICK, GA. WEDNESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 21, 1900.
cm Entaows Ii
Session at PlMeliMa
Large Number of INoted Men Are
To Address the Con
Pniladelphla, Nov. 20.—The four
teenth annual meeting sf the Pennsyl
vania State Union of the Young Piltffi
p'es’ Society of Christian EndeavmJHl
gan bare today for a session of twee
days, Thera is an immense turnout,
•bo cl.y baing filled with delegates from
all parts of the slate."' - <&■■■■"■' M
The day session* Are held in Grace
Baptist Temple, and tbd evening session
in the auditorium Sjf the 'exposition
building. The best religious bholr ever
beard in Pennsylvania is furnishing tbe
music. The choir numbers 1:500 voices
as follows: Bopranos 300,' altps 300,
tenors 20, and bassos 195, This groat
cboir ctmipWcd exclusively df metabert
of Christian Endeavor Societies of the
city of Philadelphia. This Chous sup
plies the singing not only at the main
services, but also for the numerous
evangelist meetings held throughout tbe
city during the convention:
The president of the convention Is
Rev. Clarence Elbermon, of Lancaster,
Pa. Rev. Charles Sheldon of Topeka,
Kan., will speak several tlmos during
the convention. Rev. Dr. Charles
CiithbertHallof New York, will deliver
the convention sermon, and Rev. F. 8,
Clark, of Boston, “Father Endeavor,”,
as be iscal'ed, will also speak. Besides
there scores of the most eloquont
preachers and laymen in the Btate and
count-y will deliver addresses or short
It is estimated that fully 25,000 Chris
tian Endeavorers will be enrolled be
fore the conveotion ends.
LA ST NIGHT’S FIRE.
Residence of Mrs. Annie Miller Was
* An alarm of fire wae soond from box
34 about 7 o’olook last might.
Tbe fire was located in tbe residence
of Mra. Aooie Miller, a two-story
frame structure, just in the rear of the
S andard Oil Cos.
Mrs. Miller says the fire was the
work of Incendiarism. She says that
there bad been no fire In tbe house
a nee noon yesterday, and it was not
eaugh in that way. Mrs. Miller saysj
she heard some noise in the front part
of the bouse, and sent her 10-year old
girl to see what it was. Tfie girl says
just as she got to the front door, the
saw a man running in tbe opposite di
rection, and tbe front part of tbebou.e
was on fire.
The entire house was destroyed, as
well ae most of tbe furniture.
Tbe boose and furniture was partly
Hi i 1
lepitas os fays asi
Mesas Committee Iteclde
CABINET NET YESTERDAY
Minister Conger to Be Instructed
Not to Demand Execution
of Boxer Leaders
Washington, Nov. 30.-The republi
can members on the ways and means
committee met today, to consider
whether or not tpe war tax of ten
aenta per pountHta tea should be re
moved. After some discussion by the
members, R was decided that tbe tax
should remain. Tbe committee will
not up or disturb ttfb tariff.
• IN HIS MESSAGE.
■ Ayasbington, Nov. 20.—1 tis stated
that President McKinley will, in his
message to oongiteas, recommend such
PNogee in the war revenue iaw as will
produoe a reduction of About twenty
million dollars In the internal revenue
WON’T DEMAND EXECUTION.
Washington, NovV 20,—At a cabinet
meeting today it waa decided to in
struct United States Minister Conger
not to demand summary exeoution of
Washington, Nov. 20,—Annual re
port of Rear Admiral Eodioot, ohief
of bureau of yards and docks, submits
estimates aggregating $12,456,390, of
wbiob $11,232,640 Is sot down fur public
WILL NOT BE MAJOR.
Cap’. Dunn Will Remain as Cap'uin
of ihe R ueuie*.
Cap'ain Frank A. Dunn has d-olded
to remain as ooratnantler of tbe Bruns
wick Rifleman, and yesterday wrote
to ths officers of tbe regiment telling
them that bs oould not be a candidate
for major of tbe Third battalion, First
Georgia regiment, to succeed Major
R. E. Dart. m
Captain Dunn says that a number of
the members of tbe Riflemen have
been to him and asked him to remain
as captain of the company, and for
tbis reason only hs has withdrawn
from the race for major.
There waa no opposition to Captain
Dunn for tbeplaosand it is not known
who will ,be elected in Major Dart’a
place. It ie very probable, however,
that either a Waynesboro or Swaiee
boro roan will get the place as these
two companies, with the K fie man,
compose the Third battalion.
LEE IN NEW YORK.
New York, Nov. 20.—General Fltz
hugb Lse arrived here today from Ha
vana. Ha la la goed btal'b and look
Some Largs Additions to Be Ms.a to
Washington, Nov. 20—As finally
adopted the United States naval in
crease contemplated for 1901, involves
the construction of 32 vessels of 5,600
tons displacement, more than double
that laid down in any preoeeding year.
Congress will be asked to authorize
three 15,000-tou batilrships, two 15,000-
ton armored oruisere, six 2,000-ton
gunboats, ten 200-ton gunboats, three
15 000-ton collierirs, one 77 000-ton
repair ship, and one 7,000 ton marine
transport. The five fighting ships pro
posed are mors formidable than any of
the same oategory yet designed. With
tbe 17 now building or authorised, and
with the six battleships and two ar
mored crulsera already in osmmission,
they will give an offensive force of 30
ships, The three .colliers are designed
to deliver on a single voyage from
Norfolk 10,000 toos of ooal at Manila,
Guam, Pago Pago, or Hawaii. They
will have sufficient speed to accompa
ny a fleet of battleships on a long
In the field of medicine ia Hood’s Sarsa
parilla. It possesses actual and unequalled
merit by which it cures all diseases caused
or promoted by impure or impoverished
blood. If you have rheumatism, dyspep
sia, sorofula or catarrh, you may take
Hood’s Sarsaparilla and be oared. If you
are run down and feel weak and tired, you
may be sure it will do yon good.
The favorite family cathartic is Hood’
.. SHIPPING REPORT
Oorreeted Daily by Oapt. Otto Johannesen
Port ef Bfunssiok, Nov. 20, 1900.
Schr. Gladys, Colson, New York.
Brig John MoDermott, Tooker, New
Schr. Hough Kelley, Haskell, New
Sobr. Almeda Willey, Dodge, New
Schr, Sadio C. Sumner, MoLean,
SS. City of San Antonio, Wilder
Ital, bark Blanoa Casanova, Delle
MAY LEAVE US
Rv. Rainey Receives a Call Fromjgf
. _ _ , , 1600,
N. Paul, . ./am© ©to©]©,
TKPNIW - lhll l u !i ai'P' l ®*-
rill 111 asiil court Pe
in DucemtMtr awl.
Rev. W. L. FiStW^i^'fßCtoi-...w k
Mark’s Episcopal church, received a
call from St. Panl, Minn., but has not
yet derided whether or not he will ac
cept same or rematuh here, Mr. Rainey
has only been here a short time, but
during that period be has endeared
himself, not only to bis congregation,
but tbe people at large, and all join
The Timeb-Call Id hoping that he will
decide to remain here.
Many of your friends, or people
whom you know of, have contracted
consumption, pneumonia, or other fa
tal diseases, by neglect of a simple
oold or cough. Foley’s Honey and
Tar, a safe, aure and pleasant oougb
medicine, would have
PRICE FIVE CENTS
Former Fill CMefio
Look For Him
HAS A HUNDRED NAll!^
Supported By American Troops He
Will So in Perauit of the
Manilla, |Noy. 20. General Mc-
Abolo, the former Filipino chief, la
now prepared to start in pursuit of
Aguinaido with a hundred picked na
tives supported by the American troops.
Other ex-rebel Filipinos will be used
for campaigning the couutry.
“TOO RICH TO MARRY."
The plot of -‘Too Rich to Msrry,”
whioh comes to the opera house to-,
night shows a rich young man who
osnnot msrry tbe ohoioe of his heart
because he is too rich, and a poor
young man who cannot marry the girl
he loves because he is too poor, and
the ingenious and highly amusing
ways in whioh they remove ail bar
riers, including tbe opposition of an
emphatio mother and tbe wrath of an
irate father-in-law, keep the main in
terest during tbe three acts of tbe
play. A counterplot ruus through
tbe comedy, always provoking hearty
laughter aud applause.
“A MILK WHITE FLAG."
Hoyt’s “A Milk White Flag”, im
proved as to dialogue and epeotacular
effeots, is one of tbe season’s offerings
of those enterprising managers, Dun
ne and Ryiey. Tbe oast has been
strengthened and several new ideas
added. There are so many diverting
features in this highly amusing farce
that it is hard to partioulanze. It re
quires a oompany of nearly fifty peft
pie, and the sceoerv ?..• state of <;cor
, powern and iJiivilegeii
mra . ciiient to sin ilar rnifroad cor- ,
Buneß "na as are fixed nod defiant l*y the ;
•>/ said State, acl petitioners will ever
F. I>. Aiken,
ft. H. Mason,
J. J. Lolt,
L. R. A Ike M,
“Too Riob to Marry” tonight; prices
26 to 750.
Beats for “A Milk White Flag” go
on sale at 9 s. in. Thursday.
“Too Rich to Marry” and “A Milk
White Flag” are firat-olass attractions
and should be will patronized by those
who enjoy the better class of play.
Tenderness, aching in the smell of
the back, is a serious symptom. The
kidneys are suffering. Take Smith’s
Sore Kidney Cure at once. It is a re
liable kidney remedy and system reg
ulator, and will care tbe trouble be
fore it develops its dangerous stage.
Priee 50 oentt. For sale by all drug