CITY vH'Ndl, PBOCKEDIglig.
Brunswick, Ga., Sept. 1,188C.
Present—His Honor, J. J. Spears,
Mayor, and members of Council Har
vey, Ullman, Putnam, Cook and
Burbage. Absent—Nightengale, Ti-
son and Pcnniman.
The minutes of the last regular
and special meetings were read
Appeal cases of Isaac Meyers and
L. B. Davis were continued till the
next regular meeting.
Appeal cases of Robert Hirsch and
R. S. Grier were taken up and the
lines remitted, with notice that the
ordinance prohibiting the rolling of
trucks, wheelbarrows, etc., on side
walks will be enforced.
The appeal case of Sam Wilson was
continued till next regular meeting.
Communication of A. A. Gaddis,
in reference to widening of F street
from Bay to Newcastle, was adopted,
and referred to committee on streets,
drains and bridges to procure titles.
Communication received from W.
E. Burbage, President, proposing to
donate the land for the widening of
F street through the land of the ho
tel company if Conncil would make
the exemption of taxes two years
•longer, being seven instead of five,
which was adopted.
Communication received from
Light and Water Co. Conncil dc-
sided to take fifty hydrants. The
artesian well committee, in connec
tion with the Mayor, were instructed
to locate same.
By Alderman Ullman: Rewived,
That the committee on streets, drains
and bridges be authorized to open
negotiations with the owners of lots
between Gloucester and F streets
for the purpose of obtaining from
them twenty-five feet of their Bay
street front for the purpose of widen
ing Bay street.
The resolution was adopted.
The report of the sinking fund
commission was received and or
The charity committee was author
ized to build an additional pest |
The Harbor Master and Clerk and
Treasurer submitted their reports
for the month of August, which were
received and ordered published.
The Marshal submitted his report
for the month of August, which was
received and ordered filed.
Accounts approved by the finance
committee were ordered paid.
The third fountain was ordered to
be placed in the park near the Bap
Council then adjourned.
J. J. SrEAits, Mayor.
Attest: J. F. Nelson, Clerk.
Bark Alter > 105
Brig Carrie K Pickering n
Schooner Jennie Roselin 342
Barkcnthic Vidette 510
Schooner Agnes J Grace 358
Schooner Charmer 375
Schooner John H Cross 384
Schooner Stephen G Hurt 245
SchoonerGeo II Ames 431
Schooner Fnnnie L Chillis 401
Schooner Anna ^ 405
Schooner Minnie A Bonsall 435
Bark Augustine , 408
Schooner Nancy Smith
Schooner Cathie C Berry
Schooner G W Ism* lmer
Schooner II A J Bieiulerman
Schooner Moses Braniliall 220
Total vessels, 38; total tonnage, 10,072.
Chas. E. Flanders,
A BOY’S BEST FRIEND IS HIS MOTHER.
BY ONE OF THE BOYS.
I have been thinking of late that
the time has passed away when I
have a friend in whom I can confide as
I did in my dear mother. How un
conscious I was of her worth when I
played around her feet and knelt at
her knees. How I missed her sweet
face when she died and I couldn’t see
it again! How well I love and appre
ciate her now, and how gladly I
would do anything on earth for her
now that she is gone and cannot
hear my words or see or know my
love. Oh, boys, cherish her while
she is here, there is no friend like her
in this world! When everyone else
has deserted you, when you cannot
trust' friend or relative, even sister
or brother, when you are poor, sick,
wretched, out of money and in any
sort of trouble everybody else may
fail, but you may look for your
mother, if she is alive, she will stand
by you to the end. Some trouble
may come to you when all mankind
will sebrn you, but mother will love
you in spite of all. Think of what I
say, boys, before it is too late, When
she 5 is laid in the grave out of your
sight and 'the dewy grass springs up,
every glittering drop, and every
flower, every sigh of the wind will
remind you of her sweetness, of her
gentlcnoss, of her goodness to you
and you will always regret it if you
do not try to make her happy. Never
mind what anybody does, the best
friend you ever will have is your
Happiness depends very much on
the condition of the liver and kid
neys. The ills of life make but lit
tle impression’on those whose diges
tion is good! 1 You can regulate your
liver and kidneys with Dr. J. H. Mc
Lean’s Liver and Kidney Balm. $1
hitelliKcnce. | W „„ Sold WoM M
Sept J—Am h M D Bramball. Charleston
Sep; X—Am to Isaac N Kcriln, N Y
Sept a—Am acnlnne Bright, Boat on
Aug 28—Am brig's E Pickering. Boston
“ 28— •« so Minnie Bonsall, Darien
“ 30— ** te Tom Wllliami, Newportnowe, Va
Sept 1—Am Bg Nannio Bell, Boston
Sept 2— .* to ft Lochner, Nernatalma
Sept 2— “ so Steven G Hart. Providence
Sept 2—Nor bb Uranus, Bio Tyne, Eng
ESSENCE OF BUSINESS LAW.
Report of Sinking Fund ('oimiiIhnIoii.
Brunswick, August 21, 1S8I!.
To the Honorable Mayor and Aldermen
of the City of Rrunswict:
The Board of Sinking Fund Com
missioners for 188(i beg leave to re
port that, after the legal advertise
ment in your daily paper, we met on
the lilth of March at the First Na
tional Bank of Brunswick, at 12 in.
Bids were received and opened, to-
.1. M. Dexter offered $500 at 105.
J. N. Johnson, $1,200 at par and
John Henman, $750 at par.
Your chairman was authorized to
make settlement with Mr. Henman
for the following bonds:
No. 2 . $'ski
W. 11. lluitiioUGiis, C'h’m’n,
C. F. Way.
Ilsrtior Snitrr'i Uc|Mirt.
To the Honorable Mayor and Council
of tin 1 . City of Brumwiek: I most rc-
s(icctftiUy submit my report of arrival
of vessels for the month of July, 1880:
l.iirkontiuc Teixeira 4&I
Hark Alexandra T.*7
.**ehooncr C'lia» A Coulomb 421
Hark I’raiiUA 4!W
Hark Leonore -44«
>.»h«>oner Tom William* 34*
Bark Sabrina 317
schooner Win K Drurv .. 350
Hark Nannie T Hell 432
Hark IajdI Mat-Duff 503 i
The payee should be distinctly
named in a note, unless it is payable
A bill may be written upon any
paper or substitute for it, cither with
ink or pencil.
A note obtained by fraud oi
from a person in a state of intoxica
tion cannot be collected.
Notice off protest may be sent
either to the place of business or of
residence of the party notified.
An endorsee bus a right of action
against all whose names were on file
bill when lie received it.
The time of payment of a note
must not depend upon a contingency.
The promise must lie absolute.
If the drawer of a check or draft
has changed his residence, the hol
der must use all reasonable intelli
gence to find him
A note made by a minor is void;
a contract made by a minor is void;
a contract made with a lunatic is
An agreement without considera
tion is void; a note made on Sunday
is void; contracts made, on Sunday
cannot be enforced.
A note endorsed in bank—the
name of the endorser written—is
transferable by delivery, the same as
if made payable to bearer.
(TIIK P«»ll PIMjIvN.
Biles are frequently preceded by a
sense of weight in the back, loins and
lower part of the abdomen, causing
the patient to suppose lie lias some
affection of the kidneys or neighbor
ing organs. At times, symptoms of
indigestion are present, flatulency,
uneasiness of the stomach, etc. A
moisture like perspiratiifn, produ
cing a very disagreeable itching, af
ter getting warm, is a common at
tendant. Blind, Bleeding and Itch
ing Piles yield at once to the appli
cation of Dr. Bosauko’s Pile Remedy,
which acts directly upon the parts
affected, absorbing the tumors, al
laying the intense itching, anti affec
ting a permanent cure. Price, 50
cents. Address The I)r. Bosanko
Medicine Co., Piqua, O. Sold by I)r.F.
Joerger, Brunswick, Ga. Myl-ly
OmcE os Advertiser asd Atteal,
Hri-.nsr’ickJUa., Sept 4, 188(1.
Lon- Middling 8fs
Good Ordinary,. v.-.: none
Ordinary.. v • none
Fair .. 4»i®4;
Good .7. .5 @5]
Rough country, BO® t
Receipts ol naval stores lor the week ending
Sept 3—spirits 'turpentine, 351 casks; rosin 854
Rosins—A, Mid II 90c, C 95c, D, tl 00c; K *1 05
F, 1110; G, $112! j; II, $126; I, fl 40; k, tl 85
M $2 40 N, $2 75: window: glass. 3 00.
Spirits Turpentine 83k.
Ilacov-Smoked elenr rib sides, 8c; shoulder,
c dry suited clcnrrili sides, long clear,
Flour—Siiiieafliic, |3 2501.3 50; extra, f9 500r.:l 70
fnnrv, 4. 7.V11.5 00; choice patent, ?5 508(0 00:
family 44 2.ya4 5o.
Grain—Whito com, l«c: mixed com, tile; oats,
48c; meal, 711; bran, 4 96® 1 00; grist, 72J.;c;
Huy—Weston: 41 (10; carload, tots, 41 00
S tern, nolle; Northern, none.
ides, woOUftc.—Dry flint, 13c; salted, lie;
butcher;*. ; Wool—aritne. 20c. Wax—18c.
r skins—9ipt, 10c; salted, 12c., Otter skins,
25c® 4 00. %g-
Lnrd—Itt tlwwsand tubs, 7Vq-in50.Hi. tins,
copyixg rr ix form axd style as
nearly a* jx^sible tacitly acknowledges
NO. 4 FAMILY,
ttSr " lint dealers limy say of other ma
chine’*, K’O the ••DOMESTIC” Indore puirhasing;
examine its simple, yet splendid iiieeiinnism, ob
serve its wonderfully pimple set of attachments,
and notice the wide range of work, from the sim
plest ami most practical kind executed, to the iln-
est embroidery, ns no other machine can do it.
Agents wanted in unoccupied territory. Ad
Domestic Sewing Hint Co.,
MV SPLENDID 8T()CK OF
Gents’ Furnishing Goods
Aro offered at reduced prices to cloae out for the
fall end winter bu»ldeea.
My shoe, stock la worthy the Inspection of anyone.
Only first-class goods nandlid, and satisfaction
4 always guaranteed.
CLOTHING & SHIRTS
made to order a specialty.
JAS. S. WRIGHT
(Successor to J. 3. Wright k Co.,)
At the old stand, comer Newcastle and Monk Sts,
I beg to inform the Ladies of Brunswick and vi
entity that I am opening In the Kaiser Block a
new ami well selected stock of
FANCY k MU WV GOODS,
LADIES’ AXD MISSES*
MATERIALS FOR EMBROIOERY WORK
Such as Filloselle. Arrusonos, Chenille, Tins
Kensington Crewel and Braid, Shaded and Ki
broidery Silk. Felting und Sateens in different
shades. Bangles, Tassels, etc. Darning Crewel
and Chenille, Needles, and nrnny other articles
for fancy work, too numerous to mention
Stamping and Embroidery
DOXE AT SHOUT NOTICE.
To nil of my stock I respectfully call the atten
tion ef the ladles, and I guarantee that the *
trices I have adopted, In compnrilon with -wr
ere to fury paid, will astonish all who need any
thing in my line.
Mrs. I. COHEN,
J. M. DEXTER,
FIRE, T0RNA00, LIFE, MARINE AND
ACCIDENT INS CHANCE,
Represents Corapsim-s with assets of over
Including! thef popular aud,celeb rated
SOUTHERN .MUTUAL INS. CO.,
Of Athens, Ga.
*• Prompt settlement of losses. Office in Raise
block, up stairs. fsb!0-1v
“TORS’ MSDR1MR CO.,
Life & Accident Insurance.
J. 31. DEXTER, Ins. Agent,
Represents the shove Co. st Brunswick, Gs.
Life and accident policies written on short notice
Passenger insurance tickets sold. No medical ex
amination required Declfl ly
ty ty route.
50 MILES SHORTER THAN ANY
OTHER ROUTE BETWEEN
WAYCROSS & ALBANY.
On awl niter Friday, May 7th, 1888, passenger
trains will run as follows:
rOR THE WEST, NORTH AND SOUTH.
Brunswick lv 130pm 0.90pm
l’yles’ Marsh lv l:Mprm 9:25pm.
Jamaica lv 2:22pm 10:00pm
Waynesville lv saw pm 10:40pm
Hoboken lv 8:55pm U:46pm
Scblatterville lv 4:12pm 122Xhight
Waycross ar 4:38pm 12:30am.
Savannah.viaS,FftW—ar 7:58pm 8:15am
Jacksonville,vlaS,FftW.ar 730pm 8215am
Jacksonville, viaS,Fft YV.lv 22»pm 9:30pm
Savannah,'viaS, FA W. lv 7:01 a n
Waycross lv 530 pt
Waycross' lv 5310 pm 12:45 am
Pearson... lv 0:18pm 2210am
Alappuha i lv T:17pm 1:58am
Ty Ty - lv 8:41 pm
Sumner lv 8:58pm
Willingham lv 0:28 pm
Davis lv 9:44 pm
Albany ariosoopm 5:30an.
Macon, via C It It ar 9:40 am
Atlanta,viaGRR ar 135pm
Marietta, via W * A ar 139pm.
Chattanooga, via WJt A.. .ar 737pm
Cincinnati; via ClnXo ar 8:»am
FROM THE WEST, NORTH AND SOUTH.
Cincinnati, via Cin. So lv 8.47 pm
Chattanooga, via W * A—lv 8:56 a m
Marietta,via W ft A lv 138pm
Atlanta, via CUR lv 2:45 pm
Macon, via C R It lv 7:10 pm
Albany..' lv 530am Il:10pm
Davis ? lv 5:55am -
Willingham lv 8:10 am
Sumner lv 038am
TyTy lv 0:53 am
Alnpitim lv 8:18am l:45ain
I’narson lv 9:14am 232am
Wnycro»8 nr 1039am 438am
Savannah, via S F A W—ar 738 p m
.Jacksonville, via S F A W ar 730 pm 823 am.
Jacksonville, via S F * W. .lv 735 n lit 930 pm.
Savannah, vlaSF*W....tv T3lam 8:45pm
Waycross lv 10:40 am 4:10»m
Scblatterville lv 11215am 435am
Hoboken lv 1130am 4:52am
Waynesville lv 12:18pm 5:65am
Jamaica * lv 1235pm OnWam
Pyles’March* iv 1.16am 7238am
Brunswick ar USOtiui 730am
Leaves Brunswick 6:16 a m
Arrives Waycross 10:10 am
Leaves Woycross 8:20 p m
Arrives Brunswick 8:00pm
l’urchuso tickets at the station, and savo extra
faro collected upon tho train.
The mall train stops at all B ft W stations.
Connections uiado nt Waycross to and front an
points on Savannah, Florida & Western Hallway.
Pullman Palace Sleeping and Mann llondoir
cars wish: Jacksonville and Cincinnati through
trains J. A. MCDUFFIE, G. P. A.
F. W. ANGIER, As G. P. A.
‘ - YDDIS. V.P.
A. A. GAf
. ft G. 51.
OF NORTH GEORGIA.»
BURNSIDE 1 HOUSE;
1 am propnml to accommodate anyone desir
ing a mountain homo during tho summer months.
I offer good fare, pure cold water, and delightful
mountain air, at very reasonable terms. D anion -
ega, lining the centre of the gold mining opera
tion* of Georgia, presents a peculiarly interesting
and instructive resort. There aro abont a dozen
S old mine* within cany walking distance from
fie hotel. Mv guests will bo supplied with an
abundance or fruit. Write for terms. Hpccial
rates to families.
el0-2m JOSEril ALLEN. Trop’r.
L. J. LEAVY&CO ,
Aorb'i.t and Commission Merchants, olI.
Spec. Mention given to the collection of rent#
Buiineiv and consignments solicited, and speedy
returns guaranteed. Office under Advxbttseb and
Appeal offico, Brunswick, Gs. Refers by permit-
slop to 4. M. Madden, broker, Cook Bros. JkCo..
manufacturers of luirber, an* g, J, Colscn, Mayor
if #he titr of Brunsi^A. • m!4-lv
Latest anil Best Thim Oat!
Aerated Light Bread!
Fresh from the steam bakery of Acosta ft Eln-
cvery day, and for sale only by
EUSTACE O. FUTCH,
-TRY A LOAF.
W. F. SYMONR
11ft NEW HILMN6,
WIIKItE WILL HE FOUND aN ASSOKTMKNT OF
ALL ARTICLES U8UALLY FOUND IN
FIRST-CLASS DRUG STORK. SUCH AS
PERFUMERY ^TOILET ARTICLES.
BRUNSWICK, - GEORGIA.
OASe* up •♦«!?» in Wright’s new building. |e23
We will deliver ICK in lots of live )M>iuid* and
more even- day to ail regular customers, Send
in vour order* at once.
mill HAYWOOD.«AGE It CO.
A D. GALE & SON,
BRUNSWICK. - GEORGIA
Parties having wore in the ilrntal line will find
t<> their interest to call. Office in new Kaiser block
over rfrutFa tor* of T.iovd k Af’aius.
T. O’C'ounor & Co.,
FIRE! MARINE! ACCIDENT!
f lllKPUESEKT THE STAONCHE8T COMPANIES.
(' TIIK WOULD. octlO-ly
WILLIAM K. SMITH, lately movml to this
B-ctlmi from Iowa, may Und it to his interest to
send hi.address In I’.O. Box 72,
A share of pul>lie patronage sulicitetl.
HAVING OPENED ROOMS IN THE
Ou Glouceater street. I
|>repsrcd to do all kind.
To all whom it may concern: W’illiaui E. Blicl-
verton, administrator of Jane uhulvcrton, dc-
cen-c<l, has in due form n|iplicil lotlic undersigned
for leave to sell the |iro|ierty, real and personal.
iH-luiiKiug to the estate ol said deceased, and said
aunlli-ation will Is: hearl on the Unit Monday in
Gclols-r next. This auth day ol August, 1888.
KDGalt U. 1'. I1AUT. Ordinary.
C. DOWNING, Jr., & CO.,
\nuccv«»ur» to Downing. Bnek A Co..)
F O T O Re S’
W HOLESALE DEALERS IX
PROVISIONS, G RAIN, HAY,
IT UAUltKLS. UATTlSa, OLC
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