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le City Court aid Mat
tit Is Doing.
* mimn\ facts
Judge Sparks Tells the
County Board of What
This Court Has Done.
At the meeting of the County Com
missioners Tuesday the following was
received from Judge Sparks of the
Oct. 2, tj:o.
To the Honorable County Commis
sioners of Glynn County, O.orgia:
Oentlemcn--! have been Informed
that your Honorable chairman, at a
meeting of your board recently held,
made a statement with regard to the
expenses of the City court of Bruns
wick for the first halt of this year, un
.•der my administration thereof as judge,
and the first half of tho year 1809, un
der the administration ot Samuel C.
Atkinson, Esq , as judge thereof anc!
that the broad statement was made
that the said expenses of tbe court for
,Qie first haif of the year 1899 amount
ed to $540.37 lees than for the corre-
spoudlug time of the year 1900; thqt
the jail fees pertaining •'** City
iuc niai naif of the year 1899
amounted to 915,80 less than the jail
fees tor the corresponding time of the
If my information be correct as to
this statement having been made be
fore your body by vour chairman and
witheui going into the details, it is one
?■ f ,. • experiment
It is the high 1
quality of Royal Wujt SO
.STL'S* iraport ? ll ‘
lished its great an article
and world-wide .
reputation. as tne
Every house- I*—
wife knows sh^hnjjJUl
can ” Fc, y >'P on fnn/1
it; that it makes l" o * l *
the bread and ' jle
hiscuit more delicious and
some—always the finest thajj
It is economy andevep'*^ e
better to use thtffflfefllHp*’ never
work a 1 wavs
tV a > ** taking
calculated to, place me in an incorrect
light and to do me -serious Injury, as
well aa to make the "City court very un
In order that you may understand
what the present judge of said court
has been doing and whether or not the
City court of Bruoswlci, as presently
ran is costing the county more than be
fore the present judge was appointed
to the judgeship thereof, I have per
sonally made a search of the records of
said court for tbe entire year of 1899 and
tor the first six months of the year
1900, and herewith submit you attach
ed to this letter a statement of the cas3
disposed of for the entire year of 1899
and for the first half of the year 1900;
from which statement vou will see that I
,by the end of the year 1900, at the
same rate, the present judge ol th said
court will have disposed of very near
ly four times the business hi* prede
cessor disposed of In the same length
of time. This being true, from a com
parative standpoint, the expenses of
the City court for the first half of tbe
year 1900, Instead of being more than
for tho corresponding time of 1899, was
nearly three times less.
As to the jail fees, you will see from
eaid statement that 1 have, for the first
six months, disposed of .more cases
than did Mr. Atkinson for the entire
year, and tbiebetng true, had my pris
oner* remained in jail as did his, in
stead of the jail fees bohjg #15.90 more
they would have been several hundred
In justice to myself and the other of
ficers of said court, I feel called upon
to submit you this communication and
beg leave that you may allow the
time-upmad. upow the. mi Quits ol your
Very truly yours,
J KrKXKBOsb, Sl-AUK*,
Judge City Courl Brunswick.
Civil bmdasas disposed of in the City
Court of Blutsswick, daring the entire
year of 1899 by Judge S.C, Atkinson,
Total number of cases disposed of, 42;
as follows: - ; /•
Verdicts , 10
THE BRUNSWICK TIMES-CALL, OCTOBER 4, 1900.
The Quakers Are
t The Quaker Herb Ton
ic is Dot only a bicod
purifier, but a Blood
maker for I‘a)e, Weak
and Debilitated people
who have not strength
nor blood. It acts as a
tonic, it regulates di
gestion, cures dyspepsia
and lends strength and
tone to the nervous sys
tem. It is a medicine for weak women.
It is a purely vegetable medicine, and
can be taken by the most delicate.
Kidney disease, Ebeumatism and all
diseases of the Blood, Stolhach and
Nerves soon succumb to its wonderful
•effect on the human system. Thous
ands of people in Georgia recommend
it. Price $l.OO.
QUAKER PAIN is the med
icine that the Quaker Doctor made all
of his quick cures with. It’s anew and
wonderful medicine for Neuralgia,
Toothache, Backache, Rheumatism,
Sprains, Pain in Bowels; in faot, all
pain can be relieved by it. Price 25c
QUAKER WHITE WONDER SOAP,
a medicated soap for the skm, acalp
pnd complexion. Price 10c a cake.
QUAKER HEADING SALVE, a
vegetable ointment for the cure of
tetter, ecxema and eruptions of the
akin. Price 10c a box. ~~ ~
FOR SALE BY ALI. DRUGGISTS.
F. A. DILLINGHAM, Proprietor,
Polliill's Drusj Store
Judgments by the court £ 1#
Dismissed for variorn causes —l7
Making . ..42
Criminal business disposed ol during
entire year 1899 by Judge S. C. Atkin
son. Total uutnber oi caies, 89; as fol
Verdicts guilty ... 16
Verdicts not guilty .12
Nolle piotequi 17
Discharged on second demand....... '2
Demand for indictment by grand
Indictment quashed..... ..•••• 2
Judgments guilty 3
Judgment not guilty.... 3
Pleas guilty. 16
Making a total of. .89
1990—Civil eases tried and dbpnsed
of in tbe City court of Brunswick for
of tbe year 1900 by Judge
Judgments by court 7
Dismissed for various causes ...It
Making the total number 23
Criminal casts disputed of for tho
flwt half cf year amounting to 143, as
Verdiots guilty . i ..., i,,. 1 9
Verdfjjis not guilty 20
Fie!! toilij.... v. . ........ k
Discharged ou second demand 6
Mistrial ... 3
Bound over lo Super&r court . ib
Carried from Issue to <lead docket. ..s3
,*“ ' i:
Making a total cl 143 cases oh crlmit
cal docket disposed of during the first
two lerras of 1900
This does not include any business
tried and disposed of since the Ist day
of August, 1900. The above, 1 think,
wyll be found correct, and upon being
certified Irotti the records ihat
same wt|l coincide with ibis state-
Whenm need, call on J.
W. Watkins. He loans mo
ney on personal property.
I'aWitt's I.ittlo Early Risers are pu-mpbpal
auhle, pleasaDt, powerful, purifying little pills
Hare you a tense of tutlaessin the region of
yonr Btotuach after eating? If so you will tie
be net! ten by nsing Chamberlain’* Sioroaeh anil
Liver Tablet!. They alao erne l etching and
•our stomach. They regulate bowels too.
Price2Sc. 5.14 i,y Idaho;)’* Drug S.oic.
For sprains, there is
"O’f "j* .0 good * I'MflfrialuV Pain Bata.
jgßfd Dr. "hop'adrug store
THE ENTERTAINMENT TONIGHT
Brunswick Riflemen Will Give Their
Friends a Good Time.
Tbe Brunswick Riflemen will give
their friend* a good time at their
armory tonight, beginning at eigh<
It is' the opening of tbe company’s
armory, and a very appropriate pro
gram has been arranged, consisting of
apeeobea, refreshments, a prise drill,
and a dance. All who attend, are
promised a good time.
Btngngtben the tired kidneys and
purify the liver and bowels with a
few doses of Prickly Ash Bitters. P
la an admirable kidney tonic. W. J.
A Slight Attack of Cramp* may
bring oo Diarrbcea, which is, in mi y
oases, followed by Inflammation of tbe
stomach and other dangerous com
plaint*. All such disorders are dan
gerou , and should in their infancy be
treated with tbe beat known remedy.
The merits of Pain-Killer are known,
and it la r, cognised as tbe standard
spec fl-i for cramps, dlarrbces, etc.
Avoid substitutes. There is bat one
Pain-Killer, Perry Davis’. Price 26c.
For Diabetes use
STUART’S GIN and
' -■■■—■ " -
Badges, Check Protector*,
Steel and Brass Dies,.
Steel Log Stamps, etc.
’ “ V A f aw, Agent.
31$ Newcastle street.
> Tho Goravn
8 Get into, the b'Jviv' iiD.i un
| coverc\;cry u-fiiik hence
-5 so in an v fat alitii*a ,ift,er pco pic
[ think, tinny jftu wcU ol La-
K Grippe.. . , .
I JOHNSON S CHIIL
and FEVER TONIC
l Cures La Grippe
Cure* Hln day
Gure* it Complotely
And 1* *nf*i™ar<fjurairT4t the dan
* ger which follow la Jis train.
8 USE y<)TftiKd,El9iK.
f. Shccuts If U mi res;
. H<A * <*rnt IT 1: does uot.
K A. D. GMi-.VyjEAL),
Sur'aana ii, Ga. ‘
Ti4o Performances Only.
Friday Night, An [ 0
Saturday Night, (Jo 00
SIXTEENTH ANNUAL TOUR.
lie fti G. M fireotef
OLDEST! BIGGEST! BEST!
AN ENTIRE TRAIN OF PALACE CARS
The Mi st Expensive Organization of
the Kind in Ex s ence
12—A TRIBE OF MAMELUKES—I2
The Old World’s Oreateht trrotuite, presenting
the Orient*! Spectacle
“IHB FETE AT MECCA ’
AL. O- FIELD.
PASCATEL. TBE NONDESCRIPT,
The Man with a Hundred Form*.
:: A Night in Paris Dnrißg tie Eipositicn”
BERRY & HUGHES. MJ6T KEYS,
Musical Mokes. Grotesque Athlete
WATCH FOB THE BIG STREET PAGEANT
PRICES, 50c 75c BDi SI,OO.
9 oo Drops
‘svi -~• •">;. _
AVegetable Preparalionfor As
similating the Food andße£ dia
ling the Stomachs andßowels of
IINIVN 1S /1 HIL 1) Kh N
ness and Rest .Contains neither
Opium,Morphine nor Mineral.
/M). .W- .
j4bcSmtt*t * l
A period Remedy forConslipa-
Tion, Sour Stomach,Diarrhoea
Worms .Convulsions .Feverish
ness and Loss of Sleep.
Facsimile Signature of
A t b moiilh-. old
,J) Dosi S - JjCl MS
EXACT COPY OF WRAPPER.
' A bargains w
F u rnitur^-
A clearance sa’e to make room for new goods.
I Parlor Suit, 6 pieces, worth $4O, sens 39.
1 Oak Refrigerator, w.rlh $2O. now.|3Hi. mm
1 Oak B'd Room Suite. 3 piece*, worth $25, now $l3
Bed Lounges, worth $lO, row sl2.™
Centre Table* 50 ceo's to $O.
lee Creaui Frteasrs worth $2 .50 at $1.38.
A large assortment, of Sideboards, Cupboards J|'[l
Prices Below the Market. fSSm
C. McGARVEY. |Pt
I C.BBggmL | jg"g | ■-!—■■■ * ■■■ ■ —■■■■■-■ M.... !i! '■! -JSSS
Is now ready for business, We will sell yon got(?> per
o**ut less tnan orisrluai cost.
606 Monk Strict.
igugf iiiii fill iriT
'-AllWh -o lh*- liquids come from om|
stuck. Wo carry such a fine Ituel^
"JY that It is impossible to find a brand
WD r V* -'' which Is not pleasing in tome point,
C AwH These ire fully matuied,
, ,• <-'y’j£,*..*r kF have a fine rich tody and mellow
Kxcelleut for family or any us?.
ll|| R- V-- DOUGLAS,
The Kind You Have
| Bears the - £
j Signature //\xf
V For Over
| Thirty Years
TMC OCMTAUN COMSkNY. NEW TOWN CITV, •