11 *‘ |111 . iy. 3
AY. JUNE 4 , 1881.
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-THE MOTTO OF-
WHOLESALE DEALERS IX
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I'lKItcn—!«l Monday In Ai rll and
WAHK-»I Monday In April ai.dlM-
<1>rrt:t: Turaday aflrr «lh Monday
'T'AMDKX-Tuaa Uy aflrr U M >n<U> In May and
CIIAUI.TON-M Monday In May and X»*ri..la r. I
OLVXX-ltli Mutntoy In May and Xwm»»r. |
152 BKOUOIITOX St.,
SAVANNAH, GEORGIA, :
Thank* Um pittite throrogh IkU m»llnm for Urn ■
Mtl, lad uk* a (oalltwara a( Ikdt jnlwnan*. aa
ba tua oprnod bla ftl'MIXO IMPORTATlUX ofitoxla
In all itradro, and |4n4 bla low itiaw an Iboni,
wbfrti oonaoaa mob by innMy tbal Uwlibla
ronefc. Bn oRn Ibn aomo rUnro i». all vba road
thte pagar in a«all lb—nlnad'ki aawa
50c COLOKED 81148 ASH SATINS
Goods bought and sold oil closest tig
lures, Consignments solicited.
PfV Jiteau Business!
And lio}><; by it study of the wants of our
customers uol only to* keep thosi* we aow
have hut to
SWELL THEIR NUMBERS.
innnl bo annwanod.
M RIM I) KXI CM, w I
inaLula TARCY .
AUGUSTUS F. FttAXKLIN & CO,
ART1CLSM can nut ba muiuar.
THE DltSS 00001 0EMRTMEHT
■nan in raocjr *r maj m ury u—<■• mat cbm** w
>—nd In hte—Bft|teha»#t. AU<». Ibo nowool gnaala
owl. nolM XUS‘N VRIURU. for dfraara, la haft In
aU iraiaa. All bo aafca m a call. IbMbrnlbia
151 BItOlGlITON STHKKT,
SAVANNAH, - GEOItUIA.
H. H. I*.’Steamer Ruby.
C•1*11.1 Smith cm. bla ■ r.w Dal.
Id llrtallon to the M. A S. ItaltroaS
•nd tb. Liam aad date Art.
Barxmcx, Ga., Ha; 23d, 1881.
Kditor Advertiser and Aji/ml:
In i recent ferae of your p*p.!r,
nndcr the title, “ We an arraigned,’’
your correspondent “C" arraign! yon
for giving expression to tha natural
ntterancea of an imposed upon and
outraged community in a pretiotu is
sue of the Ai.vnBTi.ts a no Amui, and
presents, with considerable skill and
ingenuity, the apologies of the M. A
a IUilroad Company, for ita manifest
violations of law—whether “C” in
tended bis article as snch apology or
not “C,” in answer to your criti
cisms upon the discontinuance of the
Cumberland route, asserts that an ex
amination of the bill fur the sale of
the U. ill Railroad, will show “that
it gives the purchasers the privilege
of extending from Sterling station on
said road, tho line to Jacksonville,”
and if this should bn douo, Iirunawick
would occupy much the same position
aa it now doc* with the ilacoo and
Brunswick Railroad connections at
Jcanp and IVaycroaa with the 8. F. A
IV. Rood. “C” should hare been more
accurate in noting the provisions of
tho act authorizing the sale of the
Tho language of the tenth taction
of the act reads as follows: “Shall
bavo full power and authority to
snrvey, lay out, construct, equip and
enjoy a railroad from the city of
Brunswick, in the county of Glynn, or
from any other point on said rwilnad
in tho county of Glynn to the Florid*
line.” Thus wc see that this act gives
tho Company tho right to run fmin
UtTQ.wic'.., Of from my irr fennl
uii ru'd, - hialeii in M» non//./ nf
Gijnu. Iu construing an ret of the
ishtui.' .vo mu ‘ not lake cucb
sop irute section alone, hot most con
■truo altogether in order to derive the
intent of tho Legislature in passing
tho etntuto and to obtain tho truo
meaning of tho law. In the tenth
section of this act, it is clearly provid
ed that thoM. A B. IUilroad should
ruu as an independent road. Restric
tions and requirements were placed in
the act to prevont parties inimical to
Brunswick from purchasing or leas
ing tho road. An express prohibition
ombodiod in the act, prohibiting
any combination with a competing
rood or roads rnnning to any other
point than tho city of Brunswick. It
is consequently safe to presume then,
that no company wbp took the M. k
U. IUilroad, under this act, and in
tending to comply with Ua provisions,
would form a combination with the
•S. F. A W. Railroad, so as to ran iU
freight to Savannah from Jesnp, and
tarn its Florida travel away from
Brunswick to Jacksonville l>y the
Waycrose and Jacksonville IUilroad,
thus injuring the city of Brunswick
and Glynn county—the true termi
nus of the M. k B. IUilroad, nm.li 1
and recognize I us tho terminus of the
road by the act of the LegisUlure,
whicl. gives the couqsiny title to the
The Committee of the Legislature
W.B.Mell&Co., Liver Medicine!
«M*wb aw4 Rrtetl Hoofer* u
SADDLES & HARNESS, HILL'S HEPATIC P1MCEA
raxK H abi> sunless i sLr szivs, *>ur.
Hsu.M. bui uts, ssi> rsTzvr trsTu.
za. wain sxnastiMxav wsau
HARNESS. COLUIS, BRIDIES. Etc,
m ITARU. ft ill Ml LI. MKX AX© TI'RfEXTIXB
WRITE FOR FRICKS.
l’lt> Tax Nutlet*.
1 lb* yawlm 4 k*.. refer a <4 lb# Livar.
JMlIl rikUllo II la Ibo ynbfual II fwwtm atrf
Il M Bow kr|.| by M*7 WfMM«l«i;i It ktlri,
*•4 im<l rryaUrli. a*4 lb<«* per*** or* b.v*«
Hkjrrt «• IW Vtuil tyaplMM of » 4toor»Ut*4 iJv •
Of. am »*lt»t otlblo »*»Mi >r tin jrar. It *ll|
«*l J*t% but
r U iWJ «llk
rw*«bky J, M. MADOKk.
iry ll, >*»* «iil
SCHEDULE OF KATES
in any avant beanme lessen of said
road, directly or indirectly,
•boakl any company owning or ran-
aing a competing line of railroads
"'thin the SUto of Georgia or any In
dividual or individnaU having an in-
tercel in soeh a company running to
or from the Atlantic coast at any oth-
point than the rity of Bronevriek,
beooaM at anytime interested in tbe
leeee or rnnning of said hi. A R Road,
sa to inany way eon trot the freighUor
passenger uriffs or mansgmncnl Hun
the leoso under this act, ehall ba for-
feitail, and the Governor aball take
possession of tha same, aa provided
by section first of this set"
Thus we sea it was dearly intended
that no road or parties interested
therein, except the Brunswick & At-
bony Railroad, shook! ban power, di
rectly ov indirectly, to diver! this road
from the purposes foe which it wee
■old, to-wit: To make il a competing
road to a competing port. It smt be
said that this section refers solely to
Tho answer it that tbe words
lessees and purchasers art used syn
onymously throughout tbe entire act,
ao far as the imposition of tbe re-
•minmeots of the act are coneeroed.
The injoryto Ornnswickby taking
off tbe Cumberland Runtris great,
hot not io important a violation of
the lew aa the manner of ran-
niog freights to Savannah. This
company look tbe road sa a Brans-
wick road, with their eyas open
They knew tbe lack of terminal facili
ties at Brunswick as well then as now.
As to their most important freight, it
has been operated as a feeder to the
R. F. A W. Railroad at Jesnp. From
the moment tbn company took rbarge
of the road, two passenger and one
freight train hare ran dally to Jesnp,
only one passenger train to Brnn.-
"ick. ]« it not trident that ther.
have been combinations, interests sn.l
ownerships in conflict both with tbs
letter and spirit nf the set? The
strong argument nrged for the pas
sage of tbe if. A IJ. Railroad lease
end sale legislation was that the Di
rectors etui Ur. A.lsms were running
the road aa a feeder to lbs H, F. A
W. Railroad at Jesnp The I
•ale was to have effected a change,
and a compliance with the law wonl.1
necessarily have arrmnplislied the oli-
jeet in view of the Legislators when
the act wee passed. The set forbids
parties to be owners or interested in
the rnnning of tbe road who have in
terest in competing lines. Is not the
method of operating it atrong dream-
stantial evidence that such part ice are
owners, directly or indirectly, In vio
lation of thn art.
0 “ says “ we have no evidence
that the owners of the M. A Ik Rail
road contemplate not making tbe ex
tension, that they not only recognize
the fart of this exfensioo bring a part
of their contract with the State, bat
actually look upon it as a privilege to
mske tbe Atlanta extension.” What
"Cs" opinion of evidenen maybe,
judging by thn above quotation, it
would be difficult to tell. The thir
teenth sretioo of this art I wo rides
that the lessee* shell "pnwml within
one year or lee* tints after the ilate of
tho eiecation of ssid lease” to Imil.l
easily aaoogh taken off of theline jest
as toon aa tha Wsyernas k Jackson
vine road was oompUtod. After past
experience, the Legislators will do
wisely not to trust to any men aa
nooueemanta of Uw company,
their sets speak traapst-toiqtwsd of
their intention* aad proekim to the
world that the extsneioe win not he
built. They have opened the door
for each Legislative change of the
contraries will insure the siteasiou
of tbe road, and as the Legislators
meets but ones in two yean, it would
be wise to eat upon the metier at the
Again: “C” says "Brunswick is
growing,” aad attrilmtas tha growth
of the place to Urn U. An Railroad.
Than an “aeneaeWmdm
do not cart Aa sac.” It is a)
•rwy observing atUaamal the city of
Brunswick that Urn Braaswick A Al-
bady Railroad has done snore to pro-
mole Urn growth of Brunswick io the
praesat year than the IL A a Bail,
road has done from the day il was
completed until now.
•V says to effest that the iatanaU
of tha Faraaadiaa A Jacksonrills
Railroad aad the cilice of Fsrna&!iaa
aa Brunswick ought to insure Urn pat
ting oa of a steamer upon the CM-
berland Roots. Does be oot know
that to inanra tbe serosae of each an
enterprise, tb* co-operation of the IL
A B. Railroad is nrssssery, to
the through travel, which b tnraiog
by wgy of Jesnp to Jeekaonrille 1
Bat, says tha apparent organ of the
U. A B. Railroad (I allade to the
Macon Telegraph and Uemengrrj, tbe
company boa bought one hundred
and ten mile* of steel rails, and will
surely build tbe extension. Tim par
ch co of these rail* is no proof tbnt
tb. M.woo A IlrauMviek IUilroad
Oi.iupuny intend b> build the
extcDMon froni Ifami. to Atlanta.'
The oompany are owners of nosseroM
other railroads, any of which tbe steel
rails eoold be placed upon, to their
great improvement, end with test
benefit. The steel rails are a mag.
aifleent Investment any way at this
time, aad tbe purchasers can roll
thorn after the Georgia Legislators
adjourns at a large |iruflt. If it
really the intention nf the company
to make lliia extension at once, midi
tiunsl Legislation, wliinli will compel
them In build it at once, cannot hart
them, bat will insart the prosperity
of oar dty end State. Let, then, tbe
eiUseoa of Brunswick the tax-payers
of tbe Blate arouse from their eppa
rant lethargy, and compel the oompo
sy to bnild the road. By doing so
they will rimliesta their statute law,
enforce their rights as citizens, en
bases the vain* of the Usable proper'
ty of llie .Slate, and promote tha well'
fere, prosperity and growth of one of
the most braatifnl end healthful cities
lobe found any where in the land of
tha orange, magnolia aad pi as.
Very truly your*.
las E. Hurra.
Editor Advertiser and Appeal!
Wa are taught by taffnlion that
in tbe latter days w« would hear it
Hare if Christ, or there, ho
lier* it uoi For than shall ariaa
falsa Christa sad falsa prophets, aad
abaB show gnat sigM aad wowfen^
laeomach that if tt wrov paaaibla, thay
•haH deceive the very alaaL’
Thea aead we wonder at anything
we ass or heart Nay; tbe only won
der is, that men haven’t loeg an this
attempted not only to destroy the
word of God, bat to revototioafea tha
I laws of Baton, aad forssd
tbe heavenly bodies oat of their orbits,
to their eager searah for a laud of
elyaium, aad aa Edaa of rest
Hera we haw before as tha Mor
on Bible, of which we herewith stod
yoaahwuotro. lifetlaged to ha
vriUio by llormoo, a fjftrttvrTfpt oi
Nepbi, taken from the plstea of Nepbi,
who area the eoa of Lshi, and LeU
was a deseeadeat of Joseph, being aa
“abridgement of the raeord of Unpeo
ple of Nephi, aad efeo of the Leman-
iloe, writtea aad sealed up, and hid
ap auto tha Lord that they might ba
destroyed, to soaro forth by tha gift
of sad power of God auto tha inter-
protatioa thereof, aealad by tha *«■*
of Morooi, who was tha roa of liar*
moo, aad was told by Ammaroo, a da-
■reudsat of Nepbi, to go to tha load
Aataas, unto a bill nailed Bhlm, whare
ha woald find plataa of Nephi, aad
hid op aato tha Lord to coma forth
la due tiros by tha warofGeatils,tha
interpretation thereof by tha gift of
God. Aa abridgerosat taken from
the book of Kther, also, which is a
raeord of the people of Jared, who
wars scattered at tha tiros tbe Lord
confounded tha language of tha pao-
pie wlico they wen buildiag a tower
to get to heavenT
Here we bare ihet tlioony of Hues
ST. SIMONS & BRUNSWICK
1 »Lo bft-l cliurjje of tlio M. »\ II. lUil
T ABLE roo.1 toll, while it w« under cu.i.l- r(M ., (rum Allsn.s.-
enboa by that knly, hml it «.ll un- The |ramt ownera U.k poaarrofoa
der.Umd dnr.ug .U d.-cueuun. over i>n (4rtv. moellm
the bdl tbat ahouhl an extonmon of| Mpjre<| M<rrll aMllK>vart
tbe roml he bn.lt, the tram, woald Iw | bc . n ^
ao oiwratcd aa to place Brnuawick oo ^ Ut
the main line. In other wonfe. bav-! n - |U<m ^, luiu j MrrrW>w j B y..
.ug created a corporation which r „, tb , t n „ , jBe hm> ,^. a .Mermincl
|»^» w.v»^..>.iu .a Browairt'. .I^nr ( should he operated 10 the interest “I , i|hH i. am! that tha qnealhm of eslen- j
' Bruo-vick. or Doha, the Uw. The» matter for fatere .lie-naaion I
I t^ l rS^SS:..?rr.^:..*!^f2rS Wi4«tore grantod a valuable pri*f! by the ownera. and etas ae a rawsnw ■», after heating around a while
K" *L 1 ImamaSm* siilj.''l*a*Sm'» *'" 1 “ tk tbB Tforwle; (be existence of tbe Railroad t'sHnmia- • U »KW. “I went .lown to Toledo a
. .riJ- - -j:"- - •• • .• Y iroVrtiz - V.'V.r tf * ,,il * ni1 frti ‘t l ‘ l *. n<)t ,or lb * l Hlr - .ion and the six bnndml tfesmud •»•?» «IPK ami somehow tha story
1 P«m> »f iujuriug Brnuawick, but lo..|u|br hmd rtaim. ladh .4 whlrh wm *Mm Imek hen that I was drowned.
-tin.*, buil.l >q. ..nd cuncl. our beautiful In- cvi.tenre at the date of the nor- My Imlge thereupon passed resoln-
f»tr» trip* to aa4 frriM IlauA X»!h *»r.r> MufeUay I , ... • *. I . *1.. . ,, - ,, .. .
«.U, i 1 ° “ Cll * v l, - v U ' c ^ ibu vhmm of Ibn xutl 1h* W ritim U ' m * to ^ that I WM boo—t,
r« iM.il uwis. ur*..... clearly violsb.1 the lease and aaie act rmmnt yi.es /»./ /Ae eoagmsg too upright an*l Idler*!, aad a ahlalag or-
when they formed a conihiuation with *.Ai..g the Governor fur a warrantee n*..ienl. and that what was their loro
The other night
aenrad a nun hanging aroand tha om-
traneo ut a Mulligan arcane haH to a
qniwr sort id way, amt ba asked fail
if be U'lintgeil to the order ap etoin.
The rosa replied Uwt he did, aad the
officer inquired: .
"Then why don’t yon go upf
“Well. I was thinking of iL”
“llat.nl I wen expelled, bsreyonf
“V.m haven’t tort .lour inlen stf"
“I might as well tell you,” said Um
TW KM 4 ■« tfea rity t.f Itownewh k ft hi ~-
Ufe. iftftftNMls, *fi*4 avrfy tyvrtra of
I r> ymrty tor lha )aaf lai, *r* paiahlv ga h.ll.
14 lUMM N or luftiri Jlst 4ay *4 Man b |aro|.
Wm TflCllMIV'rt f 117 V» n 1 o. at the H. F. A W- lt.ilroa.1, ami its Way- .|»-| Felmary 12th, 1880.
• ■ new AUSUTfUlw ! W • B. C. Coker & Co.* or. r and .'a. ..aoi.v.::.> -xb ..Sion, »*! Tile .-o.ipany haa d*li» ralely vid
azsi.rsrsTi:nnosi ..r»v v.xzs- jrni. inilo| .id. ut tnonsbum J*. Ison- .lenii-.iicVy violated a pnl.lie aUtus
P.ITEIt, LfSSOIS. HI Til :.;fllk;fj vii. us tl.<y .re non doinq and pro- r-qnir,. g m estensioo of its road
or citt sst'cot's i vis* ..I . j.. pc tod. a iniei: qnot.: ouofi .at .itbin . goeu time, and tbn. forfeited
A'* ractro smt hum. ■ n. . hd li •!. ively uowa ua risl.ta. and rat in the face of that
■« l ”‘ '“.■!!jag) The lungMge of said section read, fart tT say. that there ie Do ari-
Hfsele. la tfe AhVfhfMI "ftra.
©flixi; W. IL C. O'Kt.K ft OB
ClOlftk Uk oi TilK AKItMlXU k\fe
MANOVM IXaUlftBCX CU-'fti
BRITISH AMERICA ISSUH'E (0.
fef UM farafttaa of nluraa m4 lit* rullac I
•MififlWInliwtrtty imamluf iiirai
••I*a. an«l will Im Mfeewil <>,■ t’.w Hat «2*jr ct
Inal, vli -a .ihacaiiEa* *111 ft* I•**»*.I f..r ci.ro
•HK/Mal uf Utaa 4>SW t.f IIP )e*r Mtitol *0
WW*?> yrtk* Wfe) (Mia fe» ksahr )«)achl at
T. O'CONNOR, Jr.
sw-uwsujxos ST vast U>'V a 'iu ns
fence that Um ooropasy do aot intend
to extend tb* road. Surveys wets
as follows. “Bo it further enacted that
_ ■■■ •* umnsnsns i said leasee* of said railroad aball aei-
Dr. W. B. BURROUGHS, ther make nor parmit to U mad* aay
Iml Bill. s»l Is amac Ages' ! twjMt discriminations in fsvor of sny
BAV ST., - - BRl'NSWICK, tic. other coinpnny or parties having or Irset made with tha H. B. Plant to
B-nroio.'R....O. lu.i ...i TMr,. m . doing bnsiur.. »ith said mail. N..r rnn mi the Cnrobscbud Boats for aaa'ride, and iadewl wonderta), medietas 1
r wiilmU^t?iiIe. ,, iMoo'Je 1 .or UMshall any railroad or esprea*eompeny ymr from last Oetober (at least, a>l*»cfWly rae-
ul nai ZoT 1 Um ‘ iZjn u I ur companies, withiu the Htate oljthv |>aople wen informed through' Mat. J. E Uvtuw, N« TJ MariettaHt.
w*. my gain. I wasn’t drowned, as
you a *, aad t kind o' hatel>> walk in
«■ en. ami boat thus, romintionsi—
l't. t.ieil it three tin., a, and I can't
r i h. .her than lbs fi' li sta n befor.
"And we dadaia with word* of so
berness, tbal an angel of God osroe
down from hearse, and ba hrooght
and laid befor* oar eyes, that wo be
held and saw tha plataa aad engrav
And also tha testimony of eight
" Ba It known onto all naUoaa kin
dreds, tongoaa aad psopla unto whoa
this work shall ooae, Joseph Smith,
Jr., lb* translator of this wort, haa
■hewn onto ns Uro plates of whfeh
hove tho appeanae* of gold: and ns
assy of tb* laws a* tha said Smith
haa translated, w* did handle with
oar bands and w* aaw Uro engraving*
tbereoo, all of which has Uro appear,
aact of aaeieat work or tarioas wodt-
It appears from all are can gather,
reading Uw book of tho Mints, that
Lahl first wrote many thing* upon
plats* of beam, which ba saw to ri*-
lea* aad la drssam; aad also of which
be prophesied and was headed him by
traditfoa. Nephi thee abridged tha
record of bis father aad reeel rad a
rororoeadroeat of tb* Lord that ha
shoold Broke Iheaaplatos for the tps*
cisl purpose that there shouhl be an
aeaoaat eagraraa of tb* rotofetry of
Tha retard now feft tote tha hand*
af Morro *a, who adffod to the slock
■or* pfelat of kia owa seta, at*. Mo-
roei now Mceesd* Ilia father,aad wrut*
drotroyed. Tba pUtea, wi
to haataa by aagafe aad ia these lat
ter daye brwagbt dowa agato by in
angel aad raraabd to Joroph Brotth,
Iqr whom thay were Iraaataladl
Tb* wbal* volaata ia a bask of sth-
n*H mmImui Um pmlki intro*
Iqr Brigham Toaag, aow ao
popnlsf it Silt
How Morason fern aad practics an
to b* barrooaiatd nsnaiaa to bn known
from brww platoa yet not road* or die-
eovered. O, wttoto of Ptoh, stseft ero
Atusn, Oa., JaaeK UIL
JJy Mb dyipipri*. smimpiiltl at
llama wife asms rxrrnriaUag patoa, aad
mail* lest fell, jimt before tb* Leg!*- aad haratried away masedSaronto.—
Utnra met in Noramb*.and.eon- -bfeh rotod Wm
skirt lime. I mmd.|*r it the mart v*k-
M.iuxr Vaavoa, bi... lap. 18.1880.
gam Lah\b, ftivsin A Liw»a
oat to aa by Mr. A. B. I
ItfeMftogaa*,aada*j wife WAHU me
Jaa. O. Oas—sa. Druggist,
Mi. Vsrnon, Ind.
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