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GEORGIA DETECTiyE AGC’Y
Civil and criminal cases attended to
business strictly confidential. En
quires conducted with secrecv.
L. G. LEAVY
L. J. Leavy 6c Cos
Merchants and Gener
al Collecting Agents
Consignments Solicited and
Prompt Returns Rendered.
Special Attention Paid to
Collection of Rents
** La. j. OL^WiNE
Selling, Kenting, liepairing,
iHp sell Cleveland, Monarch. Crawford,
Eagle. Elk, Dixie.
Best of Wheels for the
Digests what you eat.
It artificially digests the food and aid
r-ature in strengthening and recon
structing the exhausted digestive or
gans, It Is the latest discovered digest
ant and tonic. No other preparation
can approach it in efficiency. It in
stantly relieves and permanently cures
Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Heartburn,
Flatulence, Sour Stomach, Nausea,
Sick Headache,Gastralgia,Cramps, ana
all other results of imperfect digestion.
Preoared by E. C- Dewitt * Cos, Ctjicajo.
V J. Butts, the Druggist.
New milled rice meal, best
milk producer and feed for
stock on the market.
Ben Borchardt & Cos.,
Wholesale Grocers and Pro
duce Dealers. _
fefiiljf Young Men
FTO '• .. WVo IJ\ ourp.adical
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INSTRUCTIONS BY MAIL
FDNEHAL OF MBB. WAj&D.
Remain* of This Good Lady Tenderly
Laid to Rest.
The funeral services of Mrs. John
Ward took place yesterday afternoon
at tho Second Adyent courch. Rev.
Thornton, the pastor, and Rev.
Walter Gilmore, pastor, of the First
AH her children were present excep
Mr. Thomas L. Ward, of Quincy, who
could not leave on account of the ill
ness of his daughter.
Mrs. Ward was a native of England,
Sue came to Brunswick in 1870 and has
lived here since that time. She was 69
years of ege and for many years past
has been a consistent member of the
Second Advent church. Her remains
were Interred in Palmetto cemetery.
Mrs. Ward was well known 'by almost
everyone in Brunswick and her death
removes from our midet a good, pure
woman and a faithful Christian.
Mrs. Ward was the mother of Rev. A.
C. Ward, who for several years was the
pastor of the First Baptist church in
this city, and for the past eight years
has been the pastor of the Temple Bap
tist church of Atlanta. Her death waß
not wholly unexpected. About a month
ago she received a stroke of paralysis,
from which she neyer recovered.
Last Saturday telegrams were sent to
her two sons, Rev. A. C. Ward and
Thomas L. Ward. Rev. Mr. Ward re
sponded and has been by her side to the
last. He left for Atlanta last night.
The funeral was attended by a large
crowd of friends and sympathizers.
The following gentlemen acted as pall
Feelings of safety porvade the household that
uaes One Minuto Cough Cure, the only harm
less remedy that produces immediate results.
It is infallible for coughs,colds, croup and all
throat and lung troubles. It will pi event con
sumption. W J. Butts.
Just received, a fine line of ready
to-wear Hate. Miss Kate Slater,
Artesiau wells to drive at |260 each
Rise and capacity guaranteed will
also guarantee to complete wells in 15
days. Call on or address A. H. Baker,
205 Gloucester street.
Just rectived, a fine line of readj
to-wear Hats. Miss Kate Slater.
J. W, Watkins will loan
money on personal prop"
erty and real estate.
Get oat your winter clothing now
and have it put in order by Jim Carter.
Bears the /) il Kind You Have Always BosigM
Just received, a flue line of ready
to-wear Hate. Miss Kate Slater.
Second ihand household
furniture bought and sold;
also pianos, organs, trunks,
mirrors, carpets, etc. J.
A SMALL OVERCOAT SALE.
Tbe Brunswick merchant will sell
but very few overcostg this year. The
sound thinking man has found that
there ie much economy in having tbe
old coat relined, cleaned and pressed,
or anew collar pat on, by Jim Carter
at the Brunswick Cleaning and Brass
ing Cos., 604 Monk street.
Just received, a fine line of ready*
to-wear lists. M>*s Kate Slater.
“I have always nr- 1 Foleys Honey end Tar
o*. ugh medicine and think 1: tbe heat in the
world,” says Chan Bendery newsdealer or Erie,
i'a. Take no substitute. W J Butte.
iIIJS BRUNSWICK TIMES-CALL, OCTOBER 5, m6>
sicians are so
_ menu and the
delicate organism of woman. What
the sufferer ought to do Is to give
a fair trial to
BRA DFI ELD’S
which is the true cure provided
by Nature for all female troubles. It
is the formula of a physician of the
highest standing, who devoted his
whole life to the study of the dis
tinct ailments peculiar to our moth
ers, wives aud daughters. It is made
of soothing, healing, strengthening
herbs and vegetables, which have
been provided by a kindly Nature to
cure irregularity in the menses, Leu
corrhoea, Falling of the Womb, Nerv
ousness, Headache and Backache.
In fairness to herself and to Brad*
field’s Female Regulator, every
suffering woman ought to give it a
trial. A large ft bottle will do a
wonderful amount of good. Sold by
druggists. . , *
% Send hr a nicely Ilia*,rated free book on tho subject.
The Bradfleld Regulator Cos., Atlanta, Ga.
Service By Publication.
STATE OF GEORGI A--County of Glynn.
Jolm Rogers, ) In Glynn Superior Court, May
vs. S Term, 1900.
Susie Rogers. ) LIBEL FOR DIVORCE.
To the Defendant, Susie Rogers:
You are hereby commanded to he and appear
at the December Term, next, of Glyuu Superior
Court, to be holden at the eburt" house in
livunswiek, Glynn County, Georgia, on the
First Monday in December. UKXV'and by Ten
(10) O’clock of the forenpon of Bald ditto, then
aud there to answer the feomplaint <7f the plain
tiff in the above stated case iu hiA Lioel for
Witness the Honorable Joseph W. Bennetfc,
Judge of the Superior Court of Glynn County,
this the loth day of July, 1900.
H. F. duBIGNON,
Clerk Superior Court, Glynn * ountyyGa.
SERVICE BY PUBLICATION.
GEORGIA—GIynn County. - %■
Mrs. Mary C. Repnard vs. Jefferson Levy,
The National Bank of Brunswick and the May
or and Council of Brunsw uA.—Petition for par
tion of realty in Glynn Superior court, De
cember Term thereof, 1900.
To the efendrnt, Jefferson Levy;
You are hereby notified that the petitioner in
the above stated case will apply for a parti
tion of that certain real property iu the state
>f Georgia, county ot Glynn and city of Bruns
wick, described as follows: T o Northeastern
portion what is known as and calie i the
‘•Thirty Acre Tract* or “The \Velllr fiact'”
having the following courses and distances, fo
vvit: Commencing i*t the centre of the south
ern line of Union street, and running thence
southwardly 1,610 feet; thence running Kst
wardly 810 feet; running Northwardly
1610 feet; thence running M ostwimllv i feet,
except three certain small tract* heretofore
.*old oy iho owners; such application for par
tition of said land. will be made at the next
term of said couji to be held on the first Mon
dao in December next.
This notice given in pursuance ofnti order
granted September. 28. 1990, by Hou. j’uul K.
Jeabrook, judge of said eofcrt presiding,the
lionurablc Joseph W, Bonnet being disqualified
in saia ease.
Witnes- the Honorable Paul E. flea brook,
said cppii. presiding, this October l, :
■ 0. DU BIG NON.
„ T „ rV.’&O- “Superiorrpurt,.Glymi County, .a
?TAliK> & TWITTY; '
Petitioner’! Attojhoyg. J'v
SERVICE By fCKI.JCATIOV
Stale of G<'Ori;ltt'—Coiigty-vf Glynn.
Mrs, Ell., yiurklinin Lil ei ftjf-livor.’c; In tfco
‘-■upsidor coart of Clvm,
coojity. Msj term, isoo,
~, , „ ~ , , Oroei' to pcr/ect seivlri-
Martin B. Maikhoni 'gr.mtod at-aid terra.
To the Uetemldot, Martin B. Markham,
lou are hereby rtqiiircd, In jp-moi, or hr ai
torney. IO r.c and ntipesr. at ihf December
1 erm, llxio,ol Glynn Superior oetm. to be hold
en >ll and for .aid count r, at the uourt tnMaln
lirunsvnck, Giyup count , <JtOiyifc<ii, the (lrrt
Monday in Decemher, 1000, and ron Ml) he
thereby ten in) octoofc, of the fofenfe<iuf said
duy. then and there to-ftoiv.ee the of
the plaintiff Mrs EUa Marsh.,ln. in the alx.ve
stated ca-c, in her libel for -tlvorce.
Wltite.stbe Honor.Me Joseph IV. Bennet,
Jadxe of the superior eourtof i,- 1 u:, courttr,
tht. Ills Wtit day ol August, IW.
i , A. D. TOIVStBENI>,
Deputy Cletk of the Superior Court, tiltnn
Attori.jv for Plaintiff.
f-tItVICK 111 PUBLICATION.
Statgof Georgia—County of Glynn.
Mrs. Edna Wylie Libel for divorce; in the
Superior court of Ulynn
J - v. county. May term, 1900,
.M ~ order to perfect service,
.IjDi.es Wylie. gTanled at said term.
To tbe Defendant, James Wylie,
Ton are hereby required, In person or by at
torney, to be and appear at tbe December
term, 1900, of Glynn Superior court,to be boid
cn in and for said county, at the court bouse,
in Brunswick, Glynn county, Georgia, on the
lir4 Monday in December, 1900. and you will
be there by ten (10) o clock of the forenoon of
said day, then ana the. „ t 0 an- wen the com
plaint ol the plaintiff.Mr.,, Edna Wylie, in tbe
above stated case, in her libel for divorce.
Witness the Honorable Joseph W. Ben net,
Judge of the Superior cohi tof Ulynn county,
this tbe ititn day of August. 1900.
, . A. O. TOWNSEND,
Deputy Clerk of the Superior Court, uiynr
Attorney for Plaintiff.
BKBVICK BY PUBLICATION.
Mrs. Clyde Freeman, Libel for Divorce. Re
tnrnable to December
vs. Term, 19 rO, of Superior
Court of Glynn coun-
O. J. Freeman. ty, Oeor in.
To tbe said defendant, O. J. Freeman:
You are hereby required* personally or by
attorney, to be and appear at tbe n t term of
tbe Superior Court of said couutv, eonvening
on tbe first Monday in December, 900, then and
there to answer toe plaintiff. Clyde Freeman,
upon the merits of her petition for tdwirce filed
against yon: as in deltult of auehyf'kieirane.e
tbe Court will proceed aa to justice sffn.ll tppei •
tain. Witness the Hon. Joseph W. Bourn t,
Judge of said Superior Court, this Sid day of
Augu*t,l9oo. A. O, TOWNSEND,
Deputy Clerk Superior Court Glynn Cos., Gn.
D W. KiiAUss, PHfi’a. Atty.
SjymCE BY PUBLICATION.
State o^^orgla-County of Glynn.
Mrs. I Libel for divorce; In the
Superior court of Glynn
vs. county. Mav term, 1900.
Thomas A. Long, j granted at said term.
To the Defendant, Thomas A. Ixmg.
ion are hereby required, in person or by at
torney, to be and appear, at the December
terra, 1900, or the Glynn Superior court, to be
holden in and for said county, at the court
1 ? ®f un 8wnek,Glynn county,Georgia,on
the first Monday in December, 1900, and vou
wiJl be there by ion 10) o’clock of the forenoon
of said day, then ami there to answer the com
plaint of the plaintiff. Mrs. Lizzie Long in the
a bo v e stated case, in her libel for divorce.
vv itness the Honorable Joseph \V. Bennet,
MVlottbeSwrior court of Glynn county,
this the 24th day of August, 1900.
Deputy Clerk of tlio Superior Court, Glynn
Attorney for Plaintiff.
NOTICE OF LOCAL LEGISLATION.
Notice is hereby given that the following bills
will be introduced at th • next session of tho
General Assembly of Georgia, tow it:
A bill to be entitled
An Act to amend an Act to create ft Board of
Commissioners of Roads and Revenue in tho
county of Glynn, passed in 1870, and the Acts
amendatory thereof, so to provide and fix
the compensation of the chairman of such
board; and for other purposes:
Also a bill to be entitled
An Act to amend the Charter of the City of
Brunswick, and lor other purposes:
Also a bill to lie entitled
An Act to amend an Act to estabish the City
Court of Brunswick, in and for the County of
Glynn ; to define its jurisdiction and power; to
provide for the appointment of a iudge aud
other officers thereof; to define their powers
and duties, and for other purposes, Approved
December the 9th, 1895, a) as to prohibit tho
judge of said court from practicing law, and to
fix the salury of such judge, and for other pur
Also a bill to be entitled
An Act to amend the Charter of the City of
Brunswick, and for other purposes.
This October Ist, 1900.
GEORGI A—Glynn County
Urban ns Dart, of Glynn county, in said State
has applied to the Ordinary of said county of
Glynn for exemption of personalty and sotting
apart and valuation of homestead, and I will
K upon the a nine at 10 o’clock a. m. upon the*
day of October, 1900, at tho court house in
suid county of Glynn. This September 22,1900.
JEFFERSON D. BPARKS,
Judge City Court of Brunswick and pro hue
vice Ordinary Glynn County, Georgia.
GEORGIA— GIynn County.
Lorena Turner, wife of Alfred Turner, has
applied for exemption of personality and sett
ing apart and valuation of homestead out of
WS property find I fc ill pas* upon the same at.
10 o Clock a. in., on tho 22nd day of October,!9(ki,
at my oflice. This September 29th, 1900.
Ordinary Glynn County, Ga.
Mrs, Fannijfit A. Smith has applied for exemp
tion of personality and the sefting apart and
, valuatirm pf homestead out of the estate of H.
C.tUrnitL. deceased, .late of said county and
state.and 1 will pass upon the same at ten
o’clock a. m.,onthc22ua day of Ociobor, 1900.
at my ofiice in the court house of said county
and state. J
Ordinary GlynniCounty, Ga.
Whereas, Ella J. Jennings, administratrix of
George W. Calvin estate, represents to the
court in her petition, duly filed and entered on
record, that she lias fully administered George
W. Calvin’s estate. This is, therefore, to cito
ull persons concerned, kindred and creditors,
to show cause, if any they ch, why #aid ad
ministratrix should not be discharged from
administration, and receive letters of dismis
sion on the first Monday in December, 1900.
HORACE DART, Ordinary.
NOTICE OF LOCAL LEGISLATION.
Tho public Is hereby notified that a bUi will
be offered at the next sesßion of the leg!hNMH
amending the eh'ti ter of tho cl tv of
Brunswick, Ga„ wopt. 27, moo. } '
All persons having claims against estate of
• i G.Carnpbell will present them tolh* under
signed, and all owing amd estate will i lease
pay Umlr accounts to J. J. BPEAKB,
AdmT. Fftftte J. G. Campbell.
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WHAT IS BECOMING
Can be found in nnr et■ pJay
or quickly developed in our work
rooms from ibe isrg- and beautiful
asaortuienl of M llinprv Goods in our
Milliners of *rt Die tastes and deft
fit gers produce ban which equal In
style and attract.v irs many of the
bigb priced imporl'd models.
Our prices r> u, leas* pleasing
part of our offn go
MISS KATE SLATER,
504 GLWWfITBF ST*
Semi YOURSELF 1
U>.a Pi '€J fur unnatnruj
ir.tuilonn or ulcratloiw
of muct/Qi invoibrauM.
*' tiolff-s, an-! not aatria
!fj, at or pofronoui.
M, X' tr A " <oM *y Drugsrtata,
tr.s. A. JOT 9* sent in plain "erapiii*
Kcal Estate! for Sale.
We have lot number 176 on A atreet
nine lota on Wolf Street, for sale cheap
B. H. darnels & Cos.
SIC NuwraaU bt.
WINE OF CARLoI
putthose diseases and pain* to rout
BMV^MrPRT*m iTTI It has cured thousands of casM
:e to cases requiring special when nothing' else on e&rth would.
to the uddlg rr n ' to !?sf
cimtunoog., Teun. bride, to tht wife, to the expectant
■— —— l mother, to those going through
the Change of Life, this Vegetable Wine Is a blessing.
Druggists Sell Large Bottles for SI.OO.
WINE OF CARDUI
rri DR, MOFFETT’S A Allays Irritation, Aids Digestion,
I If* 1“ T9IIII # Regulates the Bowels.
ItLIII IN l\ MakefTeething Easy.’
li6 j * (Teething Powders) JLJL TEETHINA Relieves the Bowel
C° sts oifly 25 cents at Druggists, Trouh ANY f aok"" *
Orm.ll er.cenbto Q. J. MOFFETT. M. D..ST. LOUIS.
Coney & Parker
DEALERS IN ■
Coal and Wood, Brick,
Lime, Cement, Plaster, Hair, Shingles and Laths.
Phone J 8 525 Bav St.
.'L’Mly l ' U *'H|lhlH I graduate-, of Welleslv, Harvard, RandolDbs
oi.oou and Baltimore Woman’s Coilejm. Primary, Acad-mir JfS Tt
?r ! indmdua,' work?’ Now
i Home life. Pupils enter Vassar, Wellesley and Rindoinh-Maoon
ddrieJMr W T i'° D S ®P^, mbpr 6r - h - For illustrated catalogue
adrase Mp, W. ! handler. Principal .Llewlly nD. Scott, Aesociate Principal
J. J. LISSNER,
Groceries, Tobacco, Flour, Bacon and
GRAIN, HAY AND BRAN A SPECIALTY.
216 Street, Brunswick, Georgia.
GHIJE HALL, Proprietor
Youjcan get the 1- -t rhe market affords by eatimr here
215 GRANT ST.
502 Monk St.
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\ readme-"'** *' 8 *• ®*
3B Iti BrurK*iet 8.45 p m
\ Train 90 arrive* Brunswick 10 a. m.
k Train 83 mtivm Brunswick 6 p. m.
Rice, blow i
kinds or cookjM
and cells second
Southern Railway Cos
Office of General Agent, Brunswick, G i.
For Suva ah. Washington and New York.
Lv llrunawiek 0 40 am 9 or, pm
ArPavamah .10 30 am 19 DO am
Ar VV aabliigtou fas am DM pm
Ar New York 20:>pm 623 am
Lv Brunswick... 500 am 325 pm 905 pm
At Jackson die.. 925 am 740 pm lsoam
I’ o -vlacon Atlanla, Louisville and Cincinnati.
Lv Brunswick 640 m 905 pm
Ar Ma,,io 115 pm 3 00 am
ArAtlatn t ..sopm 5 20am
Ar Lontiv'lle 7 SOnin 7 30 pm
Ar Cincinnati . 74£um 7 40pm
From . York. W|i in • „n nnd Savannah.
Iv N 1 stVopl. ;0 |,m 12 15 am
Lv Wa liinyion.. t *-6pin 1115 am
i.v savannaa ..3. , m 620 am 500 nm
Ar Brunswick... 112. *m 806 am 835 pm
Lv Jacksonville. 135 pm
.* *■ Urun-.v k AM"pm
from Cincinnati, Louisville, Atlanta and
Lv Cincinnati 8 30 am eoorpm
Lv Liuiavflle 7 45 am 7 ii pm
MsAlJnta 10 16 pm 12 05 pm
Mawa.- .■. I m 2SO pm
■jdb- 710 am 336 pm