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BRUNSWICK, GEORGIA, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 29, 188]
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BRUNSWICK, - GEORGIA,
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T. tt, STACY,
AUlemm- A. T. Putnam, *f. W. Watkins, J. 3
Bpears, D. T. Dunn, 3. P. Harvoy, 8. C. Little
field, P. J. Docrfiinger.
Keeper of Guard House and Clerk of Market—V.
Pert Physician—C L Schlatter, 3r, M. D.
City Ihytician-L U Davis, M. D.
Harbor Master—a 3 Hall.
AND DEALER IN
STANDING COMMlTmsOt COUNCIL.
riNANCE—Conpcr, Watkins and Dunn.
8TRKXTS, Drains k Ratoon—Dunn, Watkins
Sexton Whits Cemetery—C O Moore.
C km me Hi n—Spears, Deorflinger and Oonper.
Habbob—Littlefield, Bi*ears and Putnam
Pi HI DEPARTMENT—
I’oUcB - Putnam, Dunn, and Watkins.
UNITED STATES OFFICERS.
Collector of Customs—John T. Collins.
'Deputy—II. T. Dunn.
Collector Internal Revenue—D. T. Dunn.
Deputy Marshal—6. J. llall.
SEAPORT LODGE, No. 68, 1. 0. 0. F..
Meets every Tuesday ulght at eight o’clock.
JA8. E. LAMDRIOUT, 1
W. W. WATKINS. N O.
H. PIERCE, V. O.
k R. Secretary.
COURT SESSIONS IN THE BRUNSWICK CIRCUIT.
CLINCH—1st Monday In Mar. !, and September.
APPLING—fid Motidnplu March and September.
WAYNE—4th Monday In March and Scptemlwt.
PIERCE—1st Monday In April and October.
WARE—2d Monday in April and October.
COFFEE—Tuesday after 4th Monday in April and
■ 2d Monday in May and
KEEPS ALSO oy HAND A FULL AND WELL AS
SORTED STOCK OF
>f which are offered for cash at reaaouablo
I MEAN BUSINESS!
Store corner Newcastle and Monk Streets,
-THE FIRM OF
W. T. GLOVER & CO,
V YORK &
(SUCCESSORS TO W. T. OLOVEB)
Itcports or Officer* of (he City of
llmiMWJck, for Hie Month or
REPORT OF CLERK AND TREASURER.
Amount on hand $5,213 1G
G W Wimberly & Co, license.. .35 00
P Jos DoeriliDger M .... 35 00
J E Rnssell, license 35 00
O’Connor&.Wenz, license 35 00
Dixon’s New Building,
Where the pnbiic can be supplied, at wholraalo or
retail, with everything in the liuo of •
' .Too Wndn
Books, Pictures, Etc,
Deceived dally and for sale a
CITY OF SAN ANTONIO,
rk evrnr Friday i
Brunawtck every Tuesday. Close connection
with all poiuta on B. k A. and M. k 11. Railroad*.
Through bills lading Mgni-d to all points on abovi
MMge aa low aa by any other liuo.
For passenger and state r
BRUNSWICK, - GA.
Convenient to Bogiuess, the
Railroads and the Steamboats.
Furniture New, Table Good
W. (7. JtE€K <£• €Q.,
(FORMERLY PLANTERS’ UOT>X).
Market Square, • • Savannal
K. W. SOUT1
BEST GREEN AND BLACK
IIVISTS GENUINE NEW CHOP
M. L. HARNETT & CO.,
RATES, - - $2.00 PER DAY.
This favorite family Hotel, under II
meat, la recommend * *
i recommended fur the cxrollenee of I
[COMPOSED OF TOE GERMANIA AND
HANOVER INSURANCE CO.'HI
BRITISH HiiiKlffltt’li tO.
THESE FIRST-CLASS COMPANIES RET RESENT
ED IN BRUNSWICK BY
T. O’CONNOR, Jr.
trDWELLINOH AT VERY LOW RATE*, feb
Dr. W. B. BURROUGHS,
Seal Estate and Ioannao! Aevnt.
B.\YST., - • BRUNSWICK, Ga.
Reference*; Savannah Bank and Trust Company,
nnoiCE c.hewing <t- smoking
TOO AC CO.
The nest 5 uent Cigars.
For sale at
■»t*23*tf Ille%IN’» DIUO BTURK.
City Tax Notice.
xo* due the cily ofRninawlck on real ne*
rovrii'oiita, and every spreR s of peraotutl
for the year 1*81, are payablo as follows:
Kt oa or before 31st day of March, 1NN1.
* 3l)th •• •• Juno,
3*1 30 th •• •• Hept.,
4th .'loth • •• Nov.,
Rooka for the reception of returns and the *
Hon or the first quarterly
PICTURE FRAMING DONE
ON SHORT NOTICE.
WHOLESALE AND BXTAIL
operty for "
I quarter <
•pen, and will be r
HHI, when exectui* ._
ivery person who (ail
OIDc* hour* from 0 a.
i the Slut day of March,
payment aa abovi
H., and from 3 to
JAMES HOUSTON. Clerk and Treasurer.
CITY BARBER SHOP,
J. II. CARTER, Proprietor.
LADIES AND CHILDREN'S IIAIR CUTTING .
I C E3 !
Wholesale and Retail.
Retail lee House *>u Newcastle street.
SUNDAY HOURS:—15 to 10 a. Pi to 2 and 5 to
. M. Sunday customers pleant) take notice.
A. M. HAYWOOD.
148 and 150 Congrotia. l«U and 151 St. Julian *'
SAVANNAH, - GEORGIA.
G BAIN CRADLES,
RUBBER & LEATHER
GUNS AND PISTOLS,
AOENTS tOK PAIUIIASKS'
MRS. M. C. ROWE
And to the
with which sb* haa enriched h. r
EMBOWERED FASHfONIBL RESORT!
Geo Chandler, ngt
Friedhmder A Co
Michelson li Bro
Kniscr k Bro
Mrs R Meyers
J M Madden
W P Golden
H H Hoard
J F Nelson k Sons
C H Dexter
T G Clark
J A Sapp k Co
W W Watkins
B C Hodgo
E R T Mundy
U M Sawyer
J M Dexter
Angnstas Adams "
A liorelmrdt "
John Armstrong "
Alfred Johnson "
Wallace troupe “
Albert Carpenter "
M Mincban and wife, taxes
Mrs Fannie Uurgny “
J L Robnrls, tins " ... I! S6
Prime Piles “ ... . 3 05
Burrell Jackson " . . 1 50
W F Symons, Iras, lease 0 00
G J Hall, taxes 8 GO
Jackie White “ 1 1 10
A E Wattles " 12 15
LTDuprce.tr us" 12 76
V R Mitchell •• !) 12
MrsERSymons" 41 43
Lang Bryant “ 2 85
Sol Maxwell “ 2 53
Lake Polite “ 3 30
Dennison Armstrong, toxos.... 2 10
Wymnu troupe, license 5 00
M Shannon, wharfage 30 00
Miss J Spraker, taxes 175
J A Crotwoll 11 • 30 75
Micbelsnn k Bro, license 5 00
Horaeo Dart, taxes 18 17
Mrs P Minehau *
Wm Ashe "
J B Cannon "
Jacob Fonda "
J M Flint) “
Mrs CM Spears"
M:ty Turner, lieenso.
. 1 75
. 2 35
. 2 95
. 5 00
. 3 25
. 5 00
J M Madden, coupons 24 GO
M k B Railroad, charity 2 85
W M Heyward, costs 20 00
Cosh to balanco 5,147 58
Examined and fouud correct.
James M. Coupeh,
Chairman Finance Com.
REPORT OF H. A. FAUU,
Capt Juo Hancock, fine.
John Johnson, fine
Jerry Minoban, fine
John Mastron, fine
E G Wright, fine
John Convicto, fiuo
Harry Williams, fine...
Goo Cadone, fine
Milb'e Gillinrd, fine
.... 2 00
J W Webster, fine
J W Webster, fine
Thos Dorillion, lino
Mrs Frank Prner, fine...
Richard Brigga, fine
Lnla Mallory, fine
Fannio Thomas, fine
Tarra Commodore, lino..
Gus Adams, fino
David Dovidson, fine
Wm Stovona, fino
By amount turned ovor to
and Treasurer on Ones $40 75
Clerk and Treasurer.
tub iiim vs. sciekit:.
W. J. PRICE,
NA VAL STORES,
C. P. GOODYEAR,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Over Mlchel4oo'a Pruviaion Store, Oloocea ter Street,
D. D. ATKINSON,
la constantly receiving the latest a,
the standard em|mrioni* of fai-Iilmi. ami
aaaurca her frfettda that li-r beauUft.l •
Cannot be excelled In tbla or any other city.
k •peciatty, and perfoct fits in the u<w>'nt modi»
Goods first class, and price* r> aaonsbte.
ABSTRACT OrfITLE BOOKS.
The undersigned prepared. In 1870-1, an abstract
of all title* from the Record* of Olynn county, dat
ing Irum 17f*and »ub*«-«jm-uUy brongbt raid bonk
up to 1874, making it a complete abstract to book T,
the present record book o| the county, with lb* ex
ception of |wo l»ooks» Rend h, which abstract*,
sine# th« recent deatrnctio.i <A tho record*, ere the
’ Glynn county
t tbstlnij named, with the
which was saved with book T. Ha has opened
office, and will k*-«p itop*-b for eiaminsiinn of titles
for cash compensation, a* per schwiuUof tars in of-
fie. tbs examination to b» only < f the title, and aay
BRUNSWICK, - - GEORGIA. I "** 1 ’p’gOODy'eAR
Offlee up atair* In Crovatt'# new building. jy*n | j i4-Iy.
J M Madden “
•Sinnu<•! Ward “
.... r> vi
Wilson Lloyd, InxoH
.... 2 It
I, T Dupree ••
.... « 50
J (J Green, lieoiiBO
So Kxprenh (jo “
A .1 Knight ■■
.... 35 00
ltobt ArniHtrong, taxen.. . .
.... 3 70
1) (i Hi-lev, tax oh
j L T Dupree '•
Atwel) Braxton, Jieoimo.. .
.... 5 Ot
.1 M D-xter
1 " "...
.... 10 00
j Mih Jere C’iihcv, taxes. . .
.... 8 10
|J A Vincent ' ....
.... Hi oo
W II Whaley, lease
.... r. oo
J M Column “
.... 0 00
J M Dexter “
Mr* J Minelmn"
.... 0 00
Mrs Jno Brooks”
.... 4 50
R Armstrong "
.... 1 IK)
Mary Grant “
.... 1 00
J F Neluoti, Hillary
Jus Houston "
J C Norman “
J L Beach* “
J It Robins “
.... 4 15
T G Stacy “
.... 10 05
Jackie White “
.... 0 25
Li A Fid mi “
W H Rainey "
T W lh.lt "
L B Davis “ .. .....
W B Burroughs, coupons..
D A Moore, guard house..
.. ..91 30
A T Putnam, stroots. .. .
Marion Lundy " .......
. .. 8 00
J J Spears "
... i r,o
A V Putnam, charity
. .. 14 25
Jackie White "
.... 3 00
M A B Railroad”
S M Gleganer “
G H Nichols, printing
T G Stacy, printing
G J Hall, quarantine
L J Leavy ct ul, police
L W Hani» el nl, g'recta..
.... 4 50
J I) Gill, street*
.. .83 33
SI Shannon, quarantine
A Green, charity
11 1J Goodbread, charity...
.... 3 00
B M Cnrgylo, coupon*
Mrs O A tjeap., interest
Bill Kye, in Laramie Boomerang.
Dear redder, did yon ever wrestlo
with a hen that lmd a wild anti un
controllable desire to incubate ? Did
on over struggle on, day nftor day,
trying to conviuco her that her mis
sion was to furnish eggs for your ta
ble, instead of hovering all day on a
door-knob, trying to batch out a lit
ter of front doors ?
Wm. H. Root, of this place, who
who has made the hou a study, both
in her home life and while lyiug in
tho ombrnco of death, baa struck upon
au argument to wbicb the average
hen will pay more atteutiou than any
other ho has discovered in his re
searches. Ho says tho modern hen
ignores almost everything when sho
ouco gets a notiou that she lias re
ceived a call to incubate. You can
take tbo eggs out of tho nest and put
blooded bulldog on a nest of new-
laid bumble-bees in placo of them, and
sho will hover uver them as nssidous
ly as she did beforo. Mr. Root's hen
had shown somo of this mania, so he
took out the eggs aud let her try her
incubator on a horse-rake awhile, just
sho could taper oft gradually, and
not have her mind shattered. Thun
he tried her nt hatching out four-
tined forks, and nt last her taste got
itiated that she took tho contract
to furnish tho conutry with bust lew by
batching out an old boop-xkirt that
had gouu to seed. Mr. Root then
made an experiment. \V« were one
of n board of scientists who assisted
in tho consultation. The owner «»f
tho hen got a strip of red Haiturl ami
tied it around her tail. The lien
seemed aunoyed ns soon as she dis
covered it. No hen cares to have a
sash hung on her system that does
not match her complexion. A*goal
brown hen with a r«*d flan m l polo-
naiso doesn't seem to hartuoniise verv
much, and she is aware of it as much
and anybody is. Tho hen wemed to
think of something all at once that had
esenped her mind before, and si
she went away. She *t ep|*ed
about nine feet at a lick on the
start, and gained time i»h she pro
cocded. AVhen she bumped her nose
against the corner of the stable she
changed her mind about the direc
tion. She altered her conr>*o a little,
but continued her rapid atyl#* of move
ment. Her eye began to h»ok wild.—
She seemed to be losing her reason.
She got so, pretty soon, that she did
not recognize the face* of her friends.
She passed Mr. Rout without b«iug
able to distinguish him from a total
stranger. These jieciilirtr movements
wore kept tip during the entire after
noon, till the lien got «o fatigued that
she crawled into a length of old stove
pipe, and the committee retinal to
prepare a report. It is the opinion
of tho press that this is a triumph of
genius iu the line of hen culture. It
in not severe though firm iu its treat
mi nt, and while it of course annoys
and unmans the hen temporarily, it
is salutary in ita result*, and at the
same time it furnishes a pleasant lit
tle matinee for the spectators. We say
to those npou whoso hands time
bangs heavily these long days that
there is nothing that soothes the ruf
fled mind and fills the soul with a
glad thrill of pleasure like the erratic
inovcinc-uts of a decorated hen. It
may be a high order of cujoynumt,
but it nffords a great deal of laughter
to those who tue not- wry accom
plished, and those who laugh nt things
and then consider its propriety after-
Wben the British and Tories at
tacked New London, Connecticnt, in
17—, and set a price on the bead of
Governor Griswold, tho latter flod to
the town of L—, where his oonsin,
Mrs. Marvin, bid him for some days
in a secluded farm house. But at
length the subtle foe discovered bis
retreat, nnd one Sunday afternoon in
May he was routed from his- hiding-
place by tho tidings that a band of
horsemen were approaching to capt
His only chanco of escape was to
reach tho mouth of a little creek which
emptied itself into the Connecticut
river, just above tho ontrnuce o[ tho
latter into Long Island Sound. There
be had n boat stationed, with two
faithful attendants bidden beneath
tho high banks of tho croek.
Tho distance from the farm house
to tbo boat was two miles of the usu
ally traveled rood. Bnt a little path
across tho farm**’* orchard would
bring him to the road, only a milo
from the boat, and save a quartet’s
length of bis fearful ran for life.
Just whore the narrow path from
the orchard opened into the road,
Hetty Marvin sat bleaching her house
hold linen. The long web of forty
yards or more, which was diligently
spuu and woven daring the long win
ter months was whitened in May, and
thus made ready for use.
The business of bleaching was well
economized, being nsnnlly done by
the younger daughters of the family,
who wero not old enongh to spin or
strong enongh for the heavier work of
the kitchen or tho dairy.
The roll of linen was taken by the
farmer or bis stout “help” to a grassy
plot beside a spring or meadow.—
There it was thoroughly wetted aud
spread npou the green turf, to take
the best beat of the sun by day and
tho dew by night. The little maiden
who tended it would sit near it.
Thus sat Hetty Marvin, the - young
daughter of Governor Griswold’s
cousin, when her bunted friend sprang
past her iuto the road to cscapo his
pursuers. . Hetty was a tiruid child of
about twelve yours, yet thoughtful and
wise beyond any of her elders. Sho
whs frightened by the headlong hasto
with which tho Governor rushed
across the meadow. But sho quickly
comprehended the scene, nnd instnnt-
ly quieted her faithful Towner, who
though a friend of the family guests,
thought it becoming to bark loudly
at his bin rled steps.
Her winf*b•rethought arrested the
Governor's notice, ami suggested n
scheme to delude his pursuers.
'* Hetty,” he said, “I ntu flying tor
my life, and unless I can roach my
IhMit lu-fore I am overtaken, 1 am
l.i*t iimn. Yon see the road* fork
here. Rut you must toll those who
urn chasing me that I have gone up
the road to enteli Hie mail wagon,
which will soon be along, you know.
Then they will turn off the other
■'Oh, c-*ni*m!” *sid the little girl,
ail agony of distress. I eannot tell
ie, why did jon toll which way yon
weru going ?”
“ Hetty, child, surely you would uot
betray me to my death ? Hark l Thoy
are coming—I hear the click of their
horse's feet. Oil, Hetty, tell them I
have gone up the road instead of
down, and heaven will bless you.”
.“ Heaviat never blessed those who
speak falsely cousin. Rut I will not
tell them tthieli way you go, even if
they kill me; so run as quickly as pos
it’s of no use. Unless I enn de
ceive tin m, I am a dead mull.''
' CoiiNiu, cousin, hide under tuy
web ofeloih; they’d never think of look
ing here for yon. Come, get down as
swiftly us you can, and I'll cover yon,
K? stand sprinkling my hoeti.”
Angry that their expected prey had
escaped from the house where they
hoped to secure him, the six mounted
Tories, beaded by a British officer,
dashed along the road iu a swift pur
suit. At sigbt of the girl iu the mead
ow, the leader of the party paused.
"Child,” he said, sternly, “bare
you seen a man running hereabout
" Yes, air,” replied Hetty, trembling
Which w«y did he go?” t
I promised not to tell, sir.”
But you must ti ll, or take the con-
“I said I would not tell if you
killed me,” sobbed the frigbtend girl.
“I’ll have it out of her 1" Exclaimed
the furious officer, with en oath.
“ Let me speak to her,” said his
Tory guide, “I know the child, I be
lieve. Isn't your name Hetty Mar
vin?” be asked pleasantly.
“ Yes sir.”
" And tbis man that ran by you a
few minutes ago was your tnothor’s
cousin, wasn’t ho ?”
"Yes, sir, he was.”
" Well, we are friends. What did
be any to you when be came long ?”
" He—told me—that be was flying •
for bis life. 1 ’
‘ Jast so, Hetty; that was very true.
I boptf* be won’t have to fly for.—
Where was he going to bide? You
see, I could help him if I know his
Now Hetty was not a whit deceived
by tbis smooth speech. But sho was
willing to tell as much of tho troth os
would consist with bis safety, and she
judged that her frankness would serve
her kinsman bettor than her silence,,
so she answered her questioner can-
“My cousin said be was going
down to the river, whore he had a
boat, and wanted roe to tell tho men
that were chasing him that bo had
gone the other way to catch the mail
" Why didn’t yon do as be told you,
then, when I askod you where he had
gone?” thundered the officer, fierco-
I could not tell n lio, sir,'' was tbo
" Hetty,” nguiu began tbo smooth-
tongne Tory, “yon nre a nice child, v
Everybody knows yon are a girl of
truth. Wbat did your cousin say
when yon told him you oonld not tell
a falsehood ?
He said he eboiildn’t think I’d
betray him to biB death."
“And then yon' promised him thut
you wouldn't tell wbieh way be went
if yon were killed for it."
" Yes, sir.”
“That was brave; and laupposohe
thanked you for it, and ran down tbo
road as quickly aa posaiblo
“I promiaod not to toll where ho
'Ob, yoa, I forgot. Well, toll ua
bia last words, and wo won't trouble
yon any more.”
Hia lost worda wero: 'Il’a my only
chance, child, and I'll get down as
And overcome with fright and tbo
acnao of bar kinaman'a danger should
they rightly interpret tbo langaago
wbicb abe bad reported, abe sobbed
aloud and bid her (ace from eight.
Her tormonton did not atny long
to nootbo or qneation her They all
immediately pushed rapidly on down
to the rivor.
Now the Governor bad arranged a
signal with bia boatmen that a wbito
cloth by day, or a light by night, dis
played from the attia wiudow of bia
biding place, which wae jnit visible '
at the month of tbe river, ebould in
form them if be were iu trouble, and
put them on tbo alurt to help him.
Aa «oon, therefore, ua bo startod
from hia conain’a, it floated from tbo
window to warn them. And when
they saw tbo punning party doth
wildly down the road to tbe river, and
recognized tbe British uniform of tbo
lender, they pulled swiftly ont to eeo.
Tbe boraemeu reached tbe (boro only
in time to eeo a boat with two men in
it nearly ont of eight, and enppoemg
tbeir destined prey bad escaped, re
linquished tbe pnnu-t.
Meanwhile tbe victim lay safe and
quiet where tbe ibrewdnese of bis lit
tle eonaiu bad bidden bim, nntil tbe
time for her return for sapper. Thon
lie bade her go aa itanal to her home,
telling her to nak her mother to placo
Uie signal lamp in tbe window as soon
as it grew dark for tbe boatmen, and
Hcnd him there aome supper, with hia
valise, wbicb, in the harry of bis de
parture, be bad left behind.
Tbe signal recalled tbe boat, which
after twilight bad ventured in eight of
abore nnd the farm boaee, and tbe
Governor qnietly made hit way to Ibo
river iu safety. When bo rejoined
hia family in * secure borne, be named
bia infant daughter, wbieh bad been
born in bia obeenoe, "Hetty Marvin,”
that be might be daily reminded of
tbe little cousin whoso Irntii and
shrewdness saved Jiis life.
I’m saddest when X swing.—< luiteau