Is Now on At Savannah,
Trying Corpl. Harris of the
Republican Blues for
The genera' court martia’, directed by
orders from the offico of ihe adjutant'
general, to assemole for the trial of Cos:
poral Harris of lire Republican Blues,
and of such other alleged offenders
against the martial law as may be
brought before it, began its sessions at
the First regiment of infantry at Savan
The detail of the court is as fo lows:
Lieut. Col. Thos. S, Wylly, president:
Maj. Thos. Screven, Capt. Patrick Glea
son, Capt Chas. H Richardson, Second
Lieut. Geo. B. Richter, First Lieut
David C. Barrow, judge advocate. All
of the members of the general court
martial are officers of the First regiment
and resident* of Sivanuab, so that no
inconvenience will result because of
their absence from their homes during
their attendance upon the sessions of
While the charges brought against
Corporal Harris by the commanding of
ficer are rather grave breaches of mili
tary discipline, it is understood that the
circumstances surrounding them tend to
mitigate rather than enhance their grav
ity and that none of them call for or de
mand the more severe methods of pun
ishment which courts martial are vested
with power to inflict, under the military
One of the charges, for instance, is
based upon his breaking arrest. The
defendant claims that the facte in this
matter are that he was placed uuderar
rest for two days because he was four
minutes late at guard mount and that he
seryed most of his sentence. When it.
had about expired he got tired of his ac
quaintance with durance vile and made
his escape tDroruh the window of the
If you have a baby in the house, you will wish
to know the best way to check any unusual
looseness of the bowels, or diarrhoea so com
mon to children. O. P. M. Holliday, of Deming,
Ind., who has an eleven months* old child, says:
“Through the months of June and July our
baby was teething and took a running of the
bowels and sickness of the stomach. His bow
els would move from five to eight times a day
I had a bottle of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera
and Diarrhoea Remedy in the house, aud gave
him four drops in a teaspoonful of wa er and
he got better at once/’ For sale by Dr. Bishop’s
COLORED CLUB WON.
Bruuskick’s Negro Baseball Team a
Thi colored baseball team of ibis city
defeated Fernandica at that place yee
terday by a score of 15 to 5
The Brunswick colored team is one of
the best in the south. It has not lost a
single game since the team was organ
ized. Thu club is managed by Gilbert
The Dread of people with weak lungs
who suffer with stubborn coughs is
consumption. Foley’s Honey and Tar,
if taken in time, cures the oold, heals
the lungs and always cures incipient
Consumption. W. J. Butts.
Ferris’s meats, Swift’s premium
meats, and Dove brand meats, to be
had at DeVot’s.
Hustling young man can make SCO
per month and expenses, Permanent
position. Exporter ca unrecesssry.
Write quiok for particulars, Clark &
Cos., 4th & Locus Streets, Pbiladel
phi a, Pa.
THE SICK ARE
And the Weak are Restored to Full Vigor
and Strength at the Hands of the Great
est Healer of Modern Times.
a— U avo you any pain or ache or weakness?
j Arß ■OU Does your blood show that It contains im-
I Sink? Purities? Are you nervous? Do you lack
! snap and activity of mind and body? Are
' " you easily tired? Have you
A lost ambition? is there any
unnatural drain upon tho
Ajy system? Is every organ per-
Ka ¥9 f'rming its proper func-
F In Other Words:
Qr? a Are You a Perfectly
jjr~ i ,/ Stroiis, Active, Vistor-
BasAa 7 on., Healthy, Happy
y Wan or YV oiniui ?
, If not, you should not dc-
BK/tv/hW * lay one tiay before you con*
gmKJtoibStfri suit a ppocialist. one to
> Rw " bom tha human body is an
imwnw opon book and who under
*3FMm*£* stands every phase of weak
ness niul tiisoaso and to
' whom tho proper treatment
T7 —T ; r f k’ r a CUi '° i3 as simple as
tho adding of u column of figures.
■n, n For over 20 years,"Dß. J. NEWTON
The Leading Hathaway has been the leading
Specialist. spoclaHstofthlscountry. Uisprac
-1 Bee has been for years larger than
that of all other specialists combined. 11 is cures of all
sorts of diseased conditions have been the marvel of
the medical profession and tho people generally. His
fame has spread Into every town and every hamlet.
Those afflicted with nil manner of diseases have sought
h 8 services in order that they might bo made whole
by the administering of his wonderf u 1 system of treat
ment. v. recks of humanity have come to him for
consultation and medicines, who a few month® later
have returned to him in most vigorous health to give
All nz him their thanks.
All Diseases Dr. Hathaway treats all diseases,
Cured. those peculiar to men and those
_ „ , peculiar to women, as well as
Catarrh, Rheumatism, Kidney Complaints Eczema,
and all forms of lingering and chronic disorders.
Vi,lnn^ai A Dr. Hathaway’s success in the
Varicocele and treatment of Varicocele and
Stricture* stricture without the aid of knife
or cautery Is phenomenal. The
patient Is treated by this method at his own home
without pain or loss of time from business. This la
positively the only treatment which cures with out an
operation. Dr. Hathaway calls the particular atten
tion of sufferers from Varicocele and Stricture to
pages 27,28,29,30 and 31 of his new book which will be
Evnrv CaA ee J3 t * ree on application.
B-11.1l , *v7 ce taken by Dr. Hathaway
Specially Is Specially treated according to its
■ rooicu. supervision, and all remedies used by
h m are prepared from the purest and best drugs in
his own laboratories under his personal oversight,
and all from special prescriptions of his own.
I am* ♦ *. Hathaway makes no charge for consul-
Low tfttlon or advice, either at Ins offico or by
Fees. S oßl ** an< l When a case Is taken the on© low
atonal ae f rvl?es! erS a co,it ot mud i=‘nes and p rotes-
J. NEWTON HATHAWAY, M. D.
„„ Dr. Hathaway & Cos.,
SS Bryan Street, Savannah, Ga.
JIBHTION THIS PAPER WHEN WRITING,
BANKER CLEWS' VIEWS.
Optratcrs Are N> t Plunging—Waiting
on the Election.
New York, Aug 25.—The stock mar
ket is Vraiting; waiting for absentees to
e u n; waiting for developments in the
presidential campaign; ws tirg, in fact,
for any event that i likely to infuse ac
tion or influence values. No change in
general conditions can be noticed unce
our last review. A fairly strong under
tone preva'ls, and in the absence of un
favorable developments a more active
market msy be reasonably exp-cted af
trr awhile. The large operators, how
ever g em disposed to hold the market
in heck until the outcome of the elec
tion is mote of a certainty than now. A
great many things can happen betwe, n
now and he first week in November
that would quickly demolish the best de
vised bull campaign. Eiec ions ate a!
ways fruitful in surpr ses, and there is
no reason to expect the coming one to
be an exception to the rule; and whi e
one may have unbounded faij.li in ihc
common sense of the American people
in tne long iuo, that does n. t alter the
fact tliat stock exchange values are sus
ceptible to sharp shocks from sudden
outbreaks of public opinion which a
presidential campaign necessarily and
- It is the posaibili y of such
events lor which speculators are holdi g
Bcrtok, Tens-., April 18,1899.
I feel it niy duty to tell of the benefit I have
received from the use of Dr. J. H. McLean’s
Liver and Kidney Balm. I had lhematism in
my back, legs and ankles. My feet were greatly
swollen. I could scarcely get from one room
to another. I used three bottles of Liver and
Kidney Balm together with one bottle of Vol
canic Oil Liniment, and was completely cured.
Have gained 23 pounds. Andy M. Joses,
For sale by W. J, Butts, the druggist,
Fresh line of pickles, in bulk and
bottles, at DeVoe’s.
The greatest skin specialist in
America originatbe the formula for
Banner Salve. Foiall skin diseases,
all cuts or sores, and for piles, it’s
the mo.t healing medicine. W, J.
The finest grades of ooffees and teas,
to be found at DeVoe’s.
For Infanta and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
WANTEDGentIe horse for fimily
use. Apply to J. W, Watkins.
THE BRUNSWICK TlilES-CALL AUGUST 28. 1900
The Coroner’s Jury Says
He Was Justifiable in
Willism Cast’, who shot and killed
ITsrry Arnutr. ng, Saturday night,
was releastd from the Glyt n county
ail yesterday by an order from Coro
The corona’s jury Haiti not reach a
verdict. Siiurday night, and was o •
dered to u est at the corcuei’s i flies at
4 o'clock yesterday af;ernoor.
The jury was composed of the fcl
lowing gentlem n :
Gorge Jones, foreman, R. B Bur
ney, H, E. B-drie, J. W. Wallace, M.
L, Jackson and Wilcer Brockmgton,
an t the fullowmg verdict was found:
“We, the jury, find that Harry
Armstrong came to bla death by a
pistol ball, shot by Willum Cash, in
It was generally thought that Cash
would be released as there w re many
eyewitnesses who testified that the
shooting was done to save his own
Are grand, but skin eruptions rob
life of joy. Bucklen’s Arnica Salve
cures them; also, old, running and fe
ver sores, ulcers, boile, felons, corns,
warts, outs, bruises, burns, eoslds,
chapped bands, chilblains. Beat pile
cure on earth. Drives out pains and
aobts. Ooly 25 cents a box. Cure
guaranteed. Sold by all druggists.
NO CENSUS NEWS.
What Brunswick's Figures Will Be Is
No int motion has been received yet
as to the result of the census taken here,
nor is there any indication that the re
po t of the consolidation of the vtork of
the enumerators will be made in some
District Supervisor Acketman some
time ago forwarded the work of the enu
merators to Washington and a report
will be made as soon as possible.
Millions will be spent In politics this year.
We can’t keep the campaign going without
money any more than we can keep the body
vigorous without food. Dyspeptics used to
starve themselves. Now, Kodol Dyspepsia Care
digests what you cat, and allows you to cat all
the good food you want. It radically cites
stomach troubles. W. J. Butts.
MAJOR GREENE BACK.
The many friends of Major W. T.
Greene will be glad to learn that he has
returned to the city having almost com
pletely recovered from the tffects of
typhoid fever. Mr. Greene looks a
great de.l better than he did before the
What most people want is something mild
and gentle, when in need of a physic. Cham
berlain’s Stomach and Liver Tablets fill the hi
to a dot. They are easy to take and pleasant in
effect. For sale by Bishop’s drug store.
Get your job work done at the
Timbs-Call job office. Best work in
the city. Prices the lowest.
Bears the _ The Kind You Nave Always Bought
The quicker you s top that cough the less
danger there will be of.fatal lung .trouble. Cn
One Minute Cough Cure Is the only harmless
remedy that gives immediate results. You will
like it. W. J. Butts.
When wo have good blood, we are health
trong, vigorous, aud full of life and energy,
flood’s Sarsapsrilla makes good blood.
J. W, Watkins will loan
you money on personal prop
erty and real estate.
“Hotli 1117 wife and myself liave been
using CASCAKETS and they are the best
medicine we have ever had In the house. Last
week my wife was frantic witTi for
two days, she tried soraoof yourCASCARETS,
and they relieved the pain in her head almost
Immediately. We both recommend Case arete.”
On AS. Stedeford,
Pittsburg Safe & Deposit Cos., Pittsburg, Pa.
atf SrTjP cathartic
TrtADE MARK PEOISTEREO
Pleasant. Palatable. Potent. Taste Good. Do
Good, Never Sicken, Weaken, or Gripe. 10c, 25c, 50c.
... CURE CONSTIPATION. ...
Sterling Rented? Company, Chiengo, Montreal, New York. U 7
M-TO-RAfi B P l . d and guaranteed by all drug
■lU BftV gists to Cllttii: Tobacco llablt,
Corrected Daly by Gspt. Otto Jtheoncsep
Port of Brans.. iok, Aug 25, 1900.
Str. Colorado, Avery, New York.
German ebjp Heinrich, Sager, Narva,
via Elsinare and Tybee.
Norwegian bark Adolph, Andersen,
“I am a ewitcbinaD,” writes A. J.
Jtnnesse, of 9201 Butler St., Chicago,
“and am uut in all kinds of weather.
I took a odd which settled in my kid
ney and was in very bad el je. I
tried seveaal advertiatd medic n-s
with no benefit until I was recom
mended to take Foley’s Kidney Cure.
Two-thirds of a bottle cured me.” W.
THE PROSPECTS GOOD.
Within a very short time now the
children will begin preparing for school
again. From present indications the
coming term will be the most successful
in the history of the Glynn counl y
Puttin r food into a diseased stomach is like
putting money into a pocket with holes. The
money is lost. All its value goes for nothing
When the stomach is diseased, with the allied
organs of digestion and nutrition, the food
which is put into it is largely lost. The nutri
ment is not extracted from it. The body is
weak and the blood impoverished.
Hot words between friends are usu
ally followed I y a ci Id wave.
It ccsts only one dollar io Savannah
and relurn via Southern Railway
O jCm. ! E* 'E* r> STS. 3C .
Bears tie * in Kind You Have Always Bought
There are no better pills made than De-
Witt’s Little Early Risers. Always prompt
and certain. W. J. Butt's.
Finest can fruit to be had at De-
If you wish to cure scrofula or salt rheum
permanently, take Hood’s Sarsaparilla. It ex
pels all imparities from the Wood.
Best Way to Cure Backache.
Backaches sre ctused by disorder in
kidneys. Foley’s Kidneys Cure wi 1
make Ihe right. Take no substitute.
W. J, Butte.
Tbe Marine band gave tbeir usual
Monday night concerf, in Hanov.r
park, last nigbt. Quite a large crowd
was present to hear l.be sweet musio of
thiß excellent organization.
When in need, call on J.
W. Watkins. He loans mo
ney on personal property.
Bears the The Kind You Haw Always Bought
Compliments are the red fires tb. t
light up life’s dingy wave.
Fortify the body to resist malarial
germs by putting the system in perfect
order. Prickly Ash Bitters is a won
derful system regulator. AV. J. Butts’
Pride as a beggar is the equal of
want—and a yreat deal nv>-° .-e.r,
(iE< >BGI A, Glynn county—
Hill ic soul* i ©lore tlio courthouse door of
said county, on the ffrst Tuesday in September
next, within the egal h uib of sule, t ie f. Bow
ing described i roperty,to-wit: \u that cer
tain tract or parcel of land lying and being in
the ity >1 Brunswick, county of Glynn, and
Mate ot Georgia,and described'a cording to the
map and said plan of said city made i>\ Georgi
K. Baldwin, *. i>, ik;;7, as follows, to-wit: The
tioithwcst ono-fuirth of Old Town lot No. r.4s.
containing 4a by 90 tee?, and bonndi and as iol
lows: Un the norili, I*o feet, by a portion of
Old Town lot No. 547; on ihe east, tr feet, by
portion of Old Town lot No. 518; on the south
V° y portion >f said Old Town lot No.
518. and on tho v, est, 15 feel, by ' mherst s rcet
1 levied upon as the piopcrty of the do feud at,
Chailes .dori iM under and by virtue of un exe
cution issued Irom the .superior court of mid
county, in favor of the Atlantic Investment
Com, a<y and agaii at the aid Ch trios Mon o,
in tho prli cipal s m of $79'.4U, besides interest
apd cods. Notice of levy given tenant in pos
session, as required ? v law.
Also, at the s:.m. time and place, that eo tain
tract or parcel of land, sit .ate, lying and being
in Glynu coun y, Geoig.a, in the city of Hruns
wick therein, in the m uilioui portion of said
city, in that tract of land known as the Thirty
three acre tract, and known, designated an I
described on aid in tlio map and pi mi of said
Thirty-three a re tract, as made by E. A l’cn
niman, city surveyor, which map is recorded in
book E K, folio 26(i, of thegt iicral records of
said county, reference to which is had for all
purposes, as the northern one half of lot num
her four (4). Levied on and sold us the property
of John l>. Lang, under and by virtue of an exe
cution issued from Glynn Suj crlor court in fa
vor of Harry Tattnall and against John i>.
Lang, for $100(0 principal, cost and interest. .
W. 11. BEltlUti, Sheriff
Also, at the same time and place, the north
eastern one-fom Lh of Town commons lot, num
ber seventy-nine (79), between Amherst street
and Cochran avenue. Levied on and sold an tho
property of Rachael llarmon, under and by
virtue of an execution issued from the Superior
court of Glynu county and against Rachael
Harmon. Mas.sie, Patrick and John C. Moore,
uud in favor of A. I>. Candler, Governor, for
$l5O principal and $20.25 cost.
W. 11, RERRIE, Sheriff.
Also at the same time and place (he following
described p opt rty to-wit: That certain two
lots or parcels of land, situate lying and being
in the city of Brunswick, Georgia, known and
described on Simmons’ map of said city jib
Dixvilie lots numbers one (1) and two (2) ejist
oi Gordon, between London and Prince streets.
Levied on as ihe property of the eslate of E. C.
I*. Dart, under and by virtue ot an execution
issued by 11. ,J. Read, tx collector, for state and
county taxes due for the yea*-1899. Amount of
tux $1.84' with interest uud all corns. Levy
mado ' ud returned to me by U. S. Pyles, deputy
sheriff J 1
Also at the same Mine and place, the
followii g and esc lilted property, to wit; That
certain lot or parcel of land, situate 1 ing ami
being in the city of Brunswick. Glynn county
Georgia, known and and signaled on the map of
tliecny Brunswick, nude by George R. Bald
win A I>. 1837, as the southeastern one-hulfof
Old Town lot number 204. Levied on as tho
property of W. F. Penniman under and bv vir
tue of an execution issued by H. J. R*a’d, tax
collector for state and county taxes due for the
year 1899. Amount of tax $22. 4 4 with interest
and all costs. made and returned to me
by E.S. Pyles, deputy shereff.
Also at thelSfcnie time and place, the
following dtscruud properly to-wii: That
certain lot, tract or parcel of land
situate lying and being iu the city
Brunswick and known aiid design aed on
the map of said city, made by George It. Bald
win, A. 1). 1837, as the eastern one-oulf of * *ld
Town lot number 4(50. Levied on as ihe p oi
er yot John H. Br.ggs under ami by virtue of
an execution Issued by 11. J. Read, tax collec
tor. lor state and county taxes due for the year
J 899. Amount or ax $19.38 with interest and
all cots. Levy made Mid returned to mo by It.
S. Pyles, deputy sheriff.
Also nt the same tin e and place, the follow
ing de eribed property,to-wit: The lease hold
interest in amt to the n rihwestern one-fourth
f town Common Jot number J 27, between
Lee and Stonewall streets, in the city of Biuns
wick,Georgia, ns per binim ms map. Levied
on as the propeity of Jack Adams and by vir
tue of an cxecu'ion issued by H. J. Read, t x
collector, for state aud county tixes due for
the >ear 1899. Amount of taxs2.s') w ith inter
est and all costs. Levy made and returned to
mo by R. S. i ylcr, deputy sheriff.
Also also at the same and place, the follow
ing described piouerty to-wit: The lease
bold interest in and to the northern one-half
of Towns Common lot number 703, between
Gordon Jind Johnston s rects, in Hie city of
Brunswick, Georgia, jis ier Simmons map.
Levied on as the property of Win. MelCinzie
nuderau l by virtueof an execution issued by
H. J. Bead, tax collector, fur taxes due for the
3ear 1899. Amount ol tax $3.25 with interest
and ail co ts. Levey "into iciurneu to me by
R. S. Pyles, deputy sheriff.
W. 11. BEIIIUF,
Sheriff G y..n t ouniy, Georgia.
SERVICE 5y rur,LIGATION.
Slate of Georgia—County of Gl\ nn.
Mrs, Ella Mark hum I Libel for divorce; in the
Superioi court o: Glynn
vs. | county. May term, i960,
Order lo perfect service
Mart'ii If. Maikhitm | granted at said term.
To the Defendant, Mar.in If. Markham.
You arc hereby inquired. in person r by at
torney, to he ami appejr, at the Deecmboi
Term, 11)00, of Glynn Superioi' court, to be liold
en m and for Mild county, at the court housedn
Brunswick. Giynn count . G oigia, on the first
Monday ill December, 1900, and you will lie
there by ten (10) o clock, oi the forenoon of said
day, then and there to answer the complaint ot
the plaintiff Mrs EHa Markham, in the above
stated case, in her libel for divorce.
Witness the Honorable Joseph W. Benner,
Judge of the Superior court of Giynn county,
this the 24th day or Angus', 1900.
_ A. O. TOWNSEND,
Deputy Clerk of tho Suporior Court, 01>nn
ERNEST DA KT,
Attorney for Plaintiff.
SERVICE BY PUBLICATION.
State of Georgia—County of Glynn.
Mrs. L’zz o Long I Libel for divorce; In the
superior court of Glyn
VS. I county, Muv term, 1900.
„„ . . I Order to perfect service,
Ibomas A. Long. | granted ui said term.
To the Defendant. Thomas A Long.
You are hereby required, in person or by at
torney. to be aud appear, at tim December
term, 19<i0. of the Glynn Sup* rior conn, to be
liolden in and for said county, at the court
lo use in Brunswick, Glynn county. Georgia, on
theflißt Monday in December, Hit 0, and you
will be there by ten NO) o’clock of the forenoon
of saxl day. then and there t answer the com -
pl.-int of the plaintiff, Mrs. Lizzie Lon* in the
above stated case, in her libel for divorce.
vvll no.-s the Honorable Joseph W Bennet,
Judge of tl o Superior couit of Glynn countv.
this the 21th duy of August, 19.0.
a. o. Townsend,
Deputy Clerk of the Superior Court, Glynn
Attorney for Plaintiff.
Service By Publication.
STATE OF GEORGIA--County of Glynn.
John Rogers, i lu Glynn Superior Court, May
vs. S Term, 1900.
Susie Rogers. ) LIBEL FOR DIVORCE.
To the Dcfeodant, BuMe Rogers:
You are hereby c imnandcd to he and appear
at tho Decern ter Term, next, of Glynn Superior
Court, to be holden at the court house in
Brunswick, Glynn County, Georgia, on the
First Monday in December, 1900, ami by Ton
(10) O’clock of Iho forenoon of Bald date, then
and there to answer the complaint of the plain
tiff in tho above sated case in his Liuel for
Witness the Honorable Joseph W, Henmtt,
Judge of the sup rior Court ot Glynn County,
this the 10th day of July, 1900,
11. F. du BIG NON,
Clerk Superior Court, Glynn ouoty, Ga.
A DMINISTRATOK’S NOTIC K .
GEDRGI V—Glynn County.
Notice is hereby given to all creditors oi
the estate of John Mahoney, late of Hillsbor
ough county, Florida, decease*!, and formerly
of Brunswick, Glynn county, Georgia, to ren
der ni: account of their de . an.ls to me v. thin
the time prescribed by iaw. i roperly made out.
And all persons indebted to sun deceased are
hereby requested to make immediate payment
to the underf-igned. This August 21, loot).
A'!r , l:' , ~*rrtor nf J V.:\ ‘• ’ oner.
GEORG! A--Gi.ynn Countv.
Notice is hereby given that the undersigned
has applied to the ordin r\ of said county for
leave to f ell land belougiug io the estate of
Amanda Hughs and for the payment oi debts
ol stud estate. Maid application will be heard
at the logular term of the court f ordinary for
said county to be held oil the liist Monday in
Sentemher, 1900, This tho Utli’day of August.
NHW. , J. It. KNI bli,
Administrator Estate of Amanda Hughs.
ADM INI STRATOIt’S SALE.
Will bo sold m said couiity on the 11;Et Tues
day in September, 19-(*, between tho hours of io.
o clock a. in. and 4 o’clock p. n:,, at public out
cry, before the court house door (Grant Street
s.de), t f said county, to tho h ghost bidder for
eii'-h. certain \ or.-, nal propeity of the estate oil
Mar.on Robinson, deceased, consisting ol wear
ing apparel, ti links, h oks, one zither, two pair
opera 8 las ses aud one Hold gla-s amt other per
sonal effects. Said sale will be continued from
day to clay until completed. Sule made in pur
suiince ol an order of the court ol ordinary
grunted August 9,1900. This Angust 9,19; o.
Adiur. Estate of Marion Robinson*
PROCLAMATION.—State of Georgia. Ex
ecutive Office, Atlanta —Submitting constitu
tional amendment regAi'ding pensions for the
widows of confederate soldiers io a vote of the
people a it he next general election.
Whereas, the general assembly of 1899 passed
by a constitutional majority tho following act
‘•An act to amend seet'on 1, article 7, para
graph 1, of the constitution of Georgia, so ns to
extend the provisions of said section, article
and paragraph to the widows of confederate
soldiers, who, by reason of age aud poverty, or
infirmity and poverty, or bltudnesu and pover
ty, are unable to piovide a living for them
selves, and for other purposes.”
Sec. l. lie it enacted by the general aß>em--
bU**® Georgia, and It is hereby enacted bv au
thority of tne same, that suction l, .irticlc 7,
paragraph l,of the constitution • f Georgia, bo
and the sumo is hereby amended by inserting
alter the word “service” in the 13th line, tho
following words: “or who, by reason of age
aud poverty, or infirmity and poverty ori lmd
ncss aud povertv, aie unable to earn a living
for themsclvo ,” so that said sect on when so
amended, wi.l read at* follows, towit: “To sup
ply the soldiers who lost a limb, or limbs in the
military service of the confederate states, w’itti
substantial artificial limbs during life; ami to
make suitable provisions for Mich coaiedcrate
soldiers ns may have been otherwise disabled
or permanently injured in such service; or who
may- by loaaon of age and poverty.or infirmity
ami poverty, or blindness and poverty, art un
able to provide aliving for themselves, aud fat
tlio widows of Micheoniederate Holdieißas uxay?
have died in the service of tho cou f ©derate
states, or since, fiom wounds received ttiereiu
or disease contracted in tne ter\ i- e, or who by
rerson of ugo and poverty, or infirmity and
poverty,orblinun©‘s aud poverty, are liuab'o
to provide a living for themselves; provided
that tho act thall only apply losucn widows as
were married at tho time of such service, and
bavo r. niained unmarried since the death of
such soldier busdaiul.”
hee. 2. Beit further enacted, that, if this
amendment shall be agreed io by two-thirds of
K e M? ue, ' v ‘ aSs . e,n 1 <f each house, the same
snail hceuten and on tneir journal* with the \eaa
and nays taken thereon, and the governor shal
cause the amendment to I e published in one or
more of ihe newspapers in each congressional
district for two months immedimely paec ding
the next general election, and the same -hull be
submitted to tho people at the next general
election, and the voters thereat shall have writ
ten or printed on their tickets, “For ratifica
tion of ftction 1, article 7.paiagrnph 1 of tho
constitution of this state,” or “Against ratifica
tion ol section 1, article 7. paragraph 1, of .he
constitution of this stale,” as ihov ma choose;
and il a majority of tho electors qualified to
vote for members of ihe next general assembly*
voting, shall vote in favor of rat fleation, theix
saui amendment.-hail become a pari of haid nr
ilcie 7 section 1, paragraph l, of tho (Minsiita
tion of this slut.*, and the goven.or shall make
.•“cc. 3 topeals conflicting lawp, Approvedi
Deeomher 21, 1809.
therefore, 1. Allen D. Candler, governor
h tate, do tsbuo tins, my proclamation
hereby declaring that the fo ©going proposed
.imendmentof the constitution is hereby suli
in.tted, lor ratification or rejection, io the
voters of Hus stuio. at tho general election to bo
held on Wtdnesday, October 3.1900, a provided
l i?v ß n ld i? Ct# ALLEN I>. CANDLER,
By the Governor, Governor
e J.W. WARREN, *
Secretary Executive Department.
&ERVICE BY PUBLICATION.
Mis. Clyde Freeman, I Libel for Divorce. Re
i turnable to December
vs. | Term, 1900, of Superior
. .. ! Court of Glynn couu-
O. J. freeman. | ty, Georgia,
lo the said defendant,)). .J. Fn email:
You arc hereby require 1* posoually or lv
attorney, to be and appear at the next term of
} the Superior Court ol said c untv, convDning;
<n the first Monday in In eember, i 900, then anil
there to answer D c plain tiff. Clyde Fro. man,
upon the merits of her petition for .ivorce filed
against you: as in dcfatili of Hindi appearance
'■'Ourt will proceed as to jus it e slmll apper
tain. \\ itness the lion Joseph W. Beimel,
Judge of said .Superior Court, th 22d day ot
August, i.oj. a. i), Townsend,
Deputy Clerk Superior Court. Glynn ( 0., tin
D. \Y . Kit tUSS,PItff’.T. Ally.
GEORGIA —GLY? V C< UNTF.
To w hom ft may concern : John J Spears lints
applied for permanent letters of adminis> ra
tion upon the estate of John Campbell, of said
conn y, deceased, ndsaid matter will be heard
at the September term, p.ioo, of the court of or
dinary or said county. Let objections, if any.
be Hied on or lie fore Monday, September :i. 19 0.
Augusto, 1900. HORACE DART,
Ordinary Glynn Comity, Ga.
STATE OF GEORGIA—fhnn County,
The federal Transport aud| In Equity in the
insurance Lo , ct. al., | Superior Court of
vs. I of .said county
The Atlantic Cotton Cos., f Suit to ontorco
wt. al. I payment* to cupi
) iai st,* ok.
The defendant, J. 11. Ernst, Carlo Ernst, C.
Schumacher • Cos., a copartnership A. Nor don
& Cos., acopattnership, H. W. O. Edge, William
G. Allison and J S. Thomas,are hoi ebv notified
and required to be and appear in person or by
attorney at the next December, 1900, term of
the Superior Court of said couuty, to be he’d iu
the court house of said county, at Brunswick,
on the lir-t Monday in Dect mber, ii*xt, and by
lo o'clock. h. m., or sail dav. then and thereto
answer the plaintiff in this a* ion.as in default
thereof the Court will proceed as to justice
may appertain v imessthe Hon Fo-. W Ben
net, Judge of said Court. This 27th and >y of July,
IWO. if. f. n I'BIG NUN,
Clerk Superior Court, Glynn Cos., Ga.
■T—- ■ mm ; ii
To a I whom it may concern:
It. It. Hopkins having iu proper form, applied
for permanent administration on the estate of
J. D Jones, late of said county, this is is to
cite all end singular the creditors aud next of
kin <f J D. Jones to he and appear at my ofllcO
w ithin the time allow.d by law, and show
cause,if any, they can why p>-rmaneul ad
ministration should not be granted to U. R.
Honkin' on J. I). Joners* estate.
Witness my hand aud ofiicial signature Ihia
6th day of August, 1900,
2sKUVICE BY PUBLICATION.
State of Georgia—County of Glynn.
Mrs. Edna Wylie Libel for divorce; in the
Superior court of Glynn
vs. county. May term. 1900,
_ . , order to perfect service,
James W ylfe. granted at *ai4 term.
To the Defendant, James Wylie.
You are hereby required, iu person or by at
torney to be and appear at the December
term, 1900, of Given Suporior court, to lie hold
en iu and for said countv, at the court hou e.
in Brunswick, Glynn county. Georgia, on the
first Monday iu December, I9OU. and you will
be there by ten (10) o’clock of the forenoon of
said day. then and there to answer the com
plaint of the plaintiff, Mrs. Edna Wylie, in Um
above stated case, in her libel for divorce.
witness the Honorable Joseph W. Bennet,
Judgo of the Supouof OGu tof Gi*UU ooUUi.>‘,
this ihe 24th day oi August, 1900.
A. O. TOWNSEND
Deputy ciork oi the Superior Court, Glynn
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