The Brunswick Advertiser.
r. €t. Hr*er*
VOL. C,NO. 32.
BRUNSWICK, GEORGIA, SATURDAY MORNING,‘'FJBJTJBlRY JU, !8Sr.
An Or diiuuice,
n mmm md Utftmm mdnim
or Mand*.If he (Mm
ij; n «e extensively in the loot,
msinnui, there 1s ho better field
lo liim in the world. In eon.
an with thie he can make tur.
•io and naval (tone to any ex.
to be paid on or before the thirty,
flint day of March, the aeccfod un
or be lure the thirtieth day of dime,
the third on or before the thirtieth
day of Brnumber, and the fourth
or on before the thirtieth day of
November, 1881. And every per-
eon, Arm, or cmporalion liable to
the tax |irovidea for In the fifth
section of thie ordinance, ehall
make hie, her Or their retarn on
the thirty-tint day of Ueomnbot,
1881, and pay the uteome tax with
in ten daya thereafter.
Sec. 9. And U A Jnrihrr ordmnedj
That all each retame may he made
either in pefeon or by an Men* or
attorney, and the returns ehall est
forth the market value of all plop-
arty liable to taxation under lota
ordinance ad ru/urvm, except real
property and improvements, and
ehall be made under oath or affir
mation, in every instance, that (he
name is true, and that the person
for whom tlie return Is made ie not
liable fur any other tax, an'd haa no
other pruiirrty in the city liable, to
taxation. And it ehall be the duty
of the. Ucrk ami Treasurer lo re
quire such oath or ntfinnatiou from
every penon without exception, he
bring hereby authorized, for the
purposes of tliM ordinnnee, to ad*
minuter *uch oath or afiirmntioa.
Sxo. 10. And b* ilfurthtr urdulmd.
That nil prrauni failing or refusing
to uutko the returns required under
the mend suctions of tide oidl-
own us*, there ie no
in Middle and Sooth-
If he drains to era.
> husbandry or the
e, he can do eo with
i all the nriro gram
-i bite,where they win.
upon tho euontanc.
is of the earthT If he
* ETC ‘ n< L ,yru P
oaueee emabined with thnttomake
it a tame ntfmr. the dieplay of
garden vwgstaMm me very inter. 1
erthflb from Me novelty ai thie sea. 1
aun—Irish potatoes, tomatoes, can- J
liflower, flat Dutch tumipe, and j
many other vegetables which would i
bo anurirtemd out of eanaort in
Georgia being exhibited. The
quality of the exhibits of vegeta-
bleewas not se good as at the Idfs ,
in Brunswick. Tbs disphqr of
tropical fruits was very flna, and
IHnstmting as it does one ef the
main productions and aourM of
revynue of Florida, waa of great
value to the State. Hundreds uf
- Every keeper of a daacmg itbeul
•hall pay lea dollars.
Every dealer in blapk hooka, ala.
Unoery, paper aad paper bage ehall
pay tea dollars.
Every person or flna dealing ta
trot-teal shells aad oofioMits^ eia,
shall pay ten dollan.
Every dealer in lot in qnantiUra ex-
eccdiog Ally poaada shall pay twanty
kern, butchers, manufacturers of soda
or mineral eaten, merchant*. builders
or othar peraous foe the delivery el
Iff tad, meals, soda or mineral water*,
ice. goods wares aad merchandise
--*-«* ■ «——»—a Ml—»_»_ ;
Vlfiliorv Isaiw wV WOAV f tOilUR QP
do. Hail the wsatber been tow
preceding Uio'fnfr, and tflwfidr*
month later in (ho season, Florida
would haw had reason lobe proud
of her display. -These wars a Dum
ber of military companies from oth
er sections of tho Stats, end' the
gbeelf were full of people'and of
life. But then they am full of
Ilfs every day. Them ie no city
in Georgia, with the exception of
Atlanta, which presents u bustling
and lively a spectacle.. Tho stores
are large, light and airy, thorough
ly stocked, gaff In their respective
lines all that could be desired.—
The people have faith In the pres-
lday, whether paid be iu mousy or to
jarehases at Ike .bur. sliall pay flflero
Every baggatdle or other folds or
device upon or Igf which uy gsioe is
plsynl, or money won or lost by the
public, oludl pay, for each mouth or
leas time, fifty duilara.
Every oriitennfad beard for poMie
play, for such mouth or has rims, fifty
Every wheel of furtnu* fur palie
pluy ahull |»iy, fur such mouth or leas
time, five hundred dollars.
Every hull or teu pis alley shall pay
flfh-uu dollars. ^
1 Every tailor's cstaldiakmrBt ahall
puv five dollars.
fcvi-ry tiuiuutith'l shop ahull pay lull
Every person or Anumgagrd in buy
ing or shipping limber, tumta-r, etc.,
(mill ou tiers iu the city excrptud) uhuU
I my twenty.Bra doltan.
Every ln.|erlvr ur measurer of lum
ber, staves, slough*, eta, shall pay
Every turpentine distillery aboil pay
Kv.rj undertaker shall pay'twenty
. Every parson, firm, or corporation
(atublima or apppljiag Vesaslu with
water shall pay Iru dollars., .
Every uarrhauas or shed mad, f-r
th* •fc.ragr at gnaau or other lartiU-
sera, II hwalsd above tha wharf of i.
U. McCullough, shall pay twenty dal-
.Every prtaao of firwt harping s wood i
yard ehall pay. tan dollars.
Even whaslright shop for tha amk-
lap aad reputriag al camagua, hug*
toowosd on the firm day of March,
Ml, exespi each es may be exra|i<
from taxalfoa by lbs laws at this Utah-
or of lbs Vuiled Hlates.
8tr. 4. And he <1 /arftor onfitfastf,
ouliL soil lumber sod other material
used, .hull pay tv* doilura: and every
two koras wagon or Valtlcls need in the
name manner shall pay ten duilara.
Every drummer, rttuner or transient
trader In gtaula, wares, merrliaiidias
•tr other articles of any drerrii-tlou.
who suite by miniplu of otherwlae, to
6CASQ8 ASD hfAMPhE
Concitlie to End lire's Tonne Dream,
Maysvii.i.c, Kv., January 28.—
Now that tho river i. full of ice.
the spssdy mhrriage mtabllshment
httheGminfi Green, of America,
finds hrixinwe slack. Several coup.
Ira afo here waiting for the ico ta
go by. At about three o’clock this
afternoon a couple from the wilds
of Irewis county reached here on
itortobacki Th* would-be bride,
Mfos-Altflle Mtaniiu-r, aged six-
tosn, Isa trssy pretty blonde and a
GRAND BAY STIIEKT
eenae for such illllolllil as ultoJI Is-file,I
by the Mayor In eucli ruse.
Every person dyeing .nr renovating
Kv**ry coin poll? ttlmll j*y
twenty •Hvfi««iolli»9M. T
F.rt ry ti>|i-^riipli com puny ulmll |niv
iiiw It until ft l u in l twenty-live iluUtirM.
Ev»*ry foimilry fir iimcliinu *ln»|»
•hull |my twenty ilolltirH.
Every lfiw»imtinic fiiKiiie for riiNrluirg
ing vessrlg .hull pay ten doilura; and
diss and other urtioln daring earl!
onurter of tho year 1881; and such
ilenlrn shall make; under oath, a re-
(urn of tho ainouut collected from the
sale* quarterly, and pay the-lex there
on within ten days from tho expiration
tw s Iks iraktlSi at Moalshlaetr lew prices
• teres aad well eeteeted stuck si
ROOTS k SHOES.
of each quarter. Ami if the Clerk A
Treaaurer be nut aatiaflad with the cor-
rectnese of tbs rot am of any sueli
dealer, hs ehall report lb* i
Mayor aad Council. and
shall thee be referred to i
oas asMMtaf toheebesaa I
no* Ire the party mokiag
and a third by lU two a.
the i-renl Of « diaagreemrnl
Bar. A And to It /ortha
That arse* permit, Arid of 4
Tliat the Clerk and Trewstrewr hr
wd Ire ie hcrel-v required to imuc
i-xccutimm agninat all pemmifur
the entire awmint ut tax due for
the year 1881, upon the folium to
promptly pay the IM or other
quarterly payamMg as they shall
8ac. 12. Ami U iLfurther sriibrref,
Thai tlie sum of two dunam lie Ira-
pueed un each and every mhle in*
nabitattt in the dtv hstwssx the
ages of sixteen aad fifty yearn, net
exempt from seed duty by the
Evrry ImMi-1 tUmll (My liri nty tlolUrm.
Evrry iMMiiliiig Im>um eulcrtrfiiiiMK
l Ibfigq HffiMhUfiP MMUlKy
tlie government as ^Mailed,iff
wft N VvMw IWdjIte
' euoir an bnportanl lumber and
output port The new railroads to
Waycmm and Fernaqdiaa must
inevitably give an irapetne to the
already steady growth of Jadtsoo*
trills. A wise pnlier bat been
adopted in relation to immigration
in Florida, just such a policy ag
should be adopted in Georgia.—
The results are to be seen qotonly
In Jacksonville but fl& over the
My letter is necessarily some-
sect iota ahull run from the 1st <
February 1881. Iu IbaSlst da* '
nary. 1IMI, amt ehall he Issued I
Clerk and Treasure of the cit,
pressed with the seal ef the dl
uppnreed'hy the mayor. Bash I
•Mbs lathe name of the pen
whom it is fawned, nod shall 1
BEST OfLEEJf $ BLACK
BUIST8 GENUINE NEW CROP
Boston and All
White & Decorated
rreaclt China and
AT LOW PRICES.
nuawam maim camlmimc sro. n».^ _
torowSSs nsairo'ciiroTaa toia'iisjfa e M
That this ardinnnee shall bs enb.
ject to amendment or repeal, in
whole or ia part, at any limednr-
S the year 1881, abould itbewm
md sdvimbls to t|o soj and on
1 amendment or repeal shall, In
say epsetal llosamforvwhialasmmd by the first dare efAwRi
. . aaswaa after tha tiro 1
Pawed mCuu'ndl January 24tb,
W. IF. IftfiM, .
ttsst: Chairman of CbuneiL
Jos. l/nam>x, Cl'k ofCbundl.