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it is very probable that Pio! Gen
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The advance was in the city
yestei day aud said that he was told to
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Service By Publication.
STATE OF GEORGIA-Coontv of Glynn.
John Roffers, 1 In Glynn Superior Court, May
( Term, 1900.
Susie Rogers. ) LIBEL FOR DIVORCE.
To the Defendant, Susie Royers:
Yon are hereby commanded to be and appear
at the Decernl >er Term, next, of Glynn Superior
Court, to bo holden at the court house in
i> unstyick, tilvnn County, Georgia, on the
First Monday in December, l'too, and by Ten
(10) O’clock of lhe f.re noon of said date, then
and the e to answer the complaint of the plain
tiff in the above sated case iu Ills Lioei for
Witness the Ifovorfbh* Joseph W. Benit*tl-.
Judffe of the Sup rior Court of Glynn County,
this the b-th day of July, 1900,
„ ' H. F. duBIGNOV.
Clerk Superior Court, Glynn - ounty, Ga.
SERVICE BY PL B LIGATION?
GKORGI \—Glynn County.
Mrs. Mary C. Reppard vs JeiTerson Lew,
Th National Hank of Brunswick and the May
or and Council of Bi nnswick.— Petition for j ar
| tionof realty in Glynn Superior court, De
cemlier Term thcreoi,l9oo.
To the efendrnt, Jefferson Levy:
You are hereby notified th.it the petitioner in
the above stated ease will apply jot* a parti
tin of that certain real property in the Mate
of Georgia, county ot Glynn and'city of liruns
v ick, described as follows; Te Northeastern
portion of what is known a9 and ealied the
•‘l hirty Acre Tract” .ov “The Wells Tract;”
hsv *>g the following courses and oistances. o
ern lineJ|kj|Von street aud running thence
Southwnrt^H,fllofeet; theuce running Kast
wardly 8 0 few; thence- running Northwardly
Its.o feet; thence running -Westward!? 855 feet,
except three eeitain unall tracts heretofore
sold oy the owners; such application for par
titt nof said land will bona le at the next
term or said comt to be held n the flrtt Mou
dao in December next, *
This notice given in pursuance < f an order
gruntet^jsep tf mlter 28.1900, by Hon. Paul E.
Sea brow, judge of said court pr siding, the
Honorable JosephTW, Bonnet being disqualified
in said ense.
Witness the Honorable Paul E. Senbrook.
judgeofsnid court presiding, this October 1,
H. F DU BIGNfcN.
Clock Superior Court, Glynn County. ;a.
SRAKIvn <& yw itty,
ionic \ a.
SERVICE BY PUBiJT&mW
state of Georgia—County of Glynn. “v,
Mrs, Ella Markham Libel for divorce: in th©
Supertor court 6i Glynn
county. May term, 1900,
Order to perfect service
Martin U. Maikh im grnnted at said term.
. To the Defendant, Marlin B. Markham..
You ore hereby required, iu person or by at
torney, to be and appear, at the Uoeeinber
I erm, 1900, of Glynn Superior court, to be bold
en in and for sold county, ar the court bouse,in
Brunawick. Gtynn count - , Georgia, on the first
Monday 1n December, 1900, and you will lm
there by ten (10) o'clock, of the forenoon of said
day, then and there to answer the complaint of
the plaintiff Mrs. Ella Markham, iu tne nl>ove
stated caso, In her libel for divorco.
Witness the Honorable Joseph W. Bcnnct,
Judge of the Superior court of Glynn county,
tbia the 24th day of August, moo.
A. O. TOWNSEND
Deputy Clerk ol the Supetip,' Goon, Gl’ nn
Attorney for I'laiutiff. .
BKBVICE BY PUBLICATION.
Alta. Clyde Freeman, Libel for Divorce. Ke
turnahle to Deeembcr
va. T|ca<.BWo,of Superior
- Oottrtof Cllynli cotu-
O. .1. Freeman, ty, Georyia.
To the said datvndaut, O. .1. Fi I'emWt., -if.
You tire hereby retialred' peisotially oV by
attorney, to be and apftear at the ne*l term *fi
the Superior Court, of raid oount\-. cohvSiuhK
on the Brlit Monday in DMember, lOon, then ind
there to answer tt.e plaituilf, Clyde Eret tnarx
upon the merits of her petition for divorce tiled
against you; as iu default of such appearance
the Court will proceed as to justice shall apper
tain. Witness the Hon. Joseph Bonnet,
Judge of said Superior Court, tfciif 22d, day of
Deputy Clork Superior (Jonrt.. QfyAri Qo.. Ga,
D. W. Kit a ÜBB, lTtff*-s. Alty.
M r.r t- ■*' .
Notice Is hevol.y eiven that the follnwrifjr bills
will be introduced at thi nextsoKsion of the
General Ansembly of Georgia, towit:
A bill to be entitled
An Act to amend au Act to create a Boardlif
CofnmisHioners of Roads and Revonuo in the
county of Glynttp'pasaed in 1870, and the A.'ta'
aim-ndatory thoi-cof, so as to provide nnd
the compensation of the chairman or such’
board; and for other purposes;
Also a bill to be entitled
An Act. to amend the Cluirtor of the City of
Brunswick, aud lor other purposes;
Also a lull tobe entitled
Aetjo Hiuornl an Act to estabisli the (’ity
(limi tOf WhnHWlck. in and for the County of
Glynn; to define its jurisdiction and power; to
provide for the appointment of a jirdgo and
other officers thereof; to define tin ir powers
and duties, and for other purposes. Approved
December he 9lh, 1805, e > as to prohibit the
judge. ■) court from uractfolng law, and to
lixtfie j at such judge, and for other pnr
Also u 1 1* Ito be entitled
An Ad to rim end the (‘harter of the City of
Brunswick, anil for other purposes.
This October Ist. 1900. $
PUBLIC SALK. s
Stnto of Georgia- County of Glynn.
Cutler and by virtue of the power of Kale
contained lu the deed to secure debt from
Amanda A. l>avlu to tlio Brunswick Title
Guarantee and Loan Company, mado executed
nuddelivered ou the 21th day or' February, 1*92,
and which said deed to secure debt Is duly re
corded ou pages U l, 142 and 44 1 of Vol sof the
general record- of UJynnlcouutv, Georgia, ref
erence thereto being had, the Brunswick Title
L nit ran toe and Loan company will expose and
offer for sale to the highest and best bidder for j
cash, before the court bouse door of Glynn 1
county, Georgia, within th legal hours of sale,
on the Ural Tnesd -yj in November,
11)00, all of tli t certain tract, lot
or parcel of land, with the building*
and Improvements thereon Hittntto. lying and
being in the Old Town of the City of Biumi
wfek. -lynn county, Georgia, known aml'Jde
scribed as the n u iheawiei u 30x80 feet of Old
Town lot number twoLe (12), h uoded on the
north by the eastern one-half of old towtrTot
nuniher eleven (11) 9 1 feet; east oy Oglethorpe
street 80 feet; south by the remaining eastern
portion of mid lot number 12 90 feet, and wopfc
iy the nortn western portion of said Old Town
lot number 12 81 f*et, -aid Old Town lot num
ber 12 being identified upon the map of said
cnymade by George It- Baldwin a. D. 1887, to
which reference is hereby had. for the porpOHC
of liquidating tbe Indebtedness due said com
pany by the said grantor, namely, SBOO.OO prin
cipal debt, besides interest unto the first Tues
day in November, 1000, amounting to $417.38,
and the further sum of S9OO as coats of adver
tieing this saie.
BRUNSWICK TITLE GUARANTEE & LOAN
By C. P. GOODYJC \R, President.
Attests W. E. Kay. Sec A Treas.
NOTICE OF LOCAL LEGISLATION.
The public is hereby notified that a bill will
be offc'od at the next session of the legislature
amending the charier of the city of Brunswick
It. It. HOPKINS Jji
Brunswick, Ga., B°pt. 27, 1900. j
A’l persons h iving claim* against elate of
j . Cariipncll will present Ibem to the under
signed, and ail owing *aid estate wit i.,, n o
pay tholr account* to J. * <•••*!;, .
Adm r. FaUtirJ.u •D-usybalL
ADMINISTRATOR S SALE.
By virtue of an order of the Court of Ordi
nary of said county, I will sell at public ou’cry
on the first Tuesday in November, 1900. at the
court house in vaia countv. within the legal
hours of sale, the following described lands, the
property of the es'ate of Bridget Mlnehan, dn
ceast-d, situate in the City ol Brauuswiuk, in
said state aud county, to wit: Lots numbers
twelve hundred and thirty seven (12:57). twelve
hum-red and thirty eight (1238),twetyc hundred
and thirty-nine (1259), twelve hundred and
forty (1240 j, six hundred and forty-two (642),
ana six hundred and forty-three (64:5), respec
tively. each of said lota being in that portion of
said eity commonly called -New Town,’’ and
designated upon the map of the plan of said
city us made by Geo. R. Baldwin, serveyor, A.
l>. 1887, aud of the addition thereto, by the num
bers above described, ami to which mao ami to
the older of said court of ordinal y aforesaid,
reference is made for all purposes of descilp
Also, the unexpired leasehold interest in
and to the following lots or parcels of land sit
uate in the city of BrunswicK. and in that part
thereof commonly called “Town Commons,’' to
wit: That portion of lot number seventy-five
(75) fronting forty \4U) feet on Amh4 street
and ninety (IK)) feet on J street, the\ hold
therein expiring upon March 21,1907;v, un
ber one hundred and thirty-live (135),v ided
east by Albany street, south by L sireet, west
by. Wolfe street and north by lot number one
hundred and thirty four, and having a front
urou Albany and Wolfe streets respectively of
ninety (90) feet and a depth between said streets
of hundrt and and eighty (18b) feet.
Aloo, that portion of lot number one hundred
and thirty-four (134) bounded east by Albany
street, south by lot number one hundred aud
thirty-five (136), west by Wolfe street, and
north by lot number one hundred and thlrty
turee (133); and the remaining portion of said
lot number onn hundred and thirty-three (134,
the sumo fronting twenty-nine (29) feet upon
Albany street aud ninety (9’J) feet upon Wolfe
stieet, the leasehold interest therein expiring
March 2,1967, and the desfcrlptloii of each of said
Town Commons lots and pai is of lots being
made with reference to the map of what is com
rnonly ealied the ‘'Hughes Survey” of the Town
Commons of said city of file in the office of the
mayor and council thereof. Vmau# or sale cash.
This October 8,1900. ROj£3 *50 T<>RRAS,
Administrator dc bon is ( jalsncir. Bridget Mine
SERVICE BY PUBLICATION.
state of Georgia—Conuty of Glynn.
Mrs. L’zftio Long Libel for divorce; In the
Superior court of Glynn
ve. county, Mav term, 1960.
. T Order to perfect service,
.Thomas a. Long, granted at said term.
< To the Defendant, Thom as A. Long.
Bare hereby required, in person or by at
, to be and appear, at the December
900,0f the Glynn Superior court, to be
an and for said county, nt the court
n Brunswick, Glynn countv. Georgia, on
it. Monday in December, 1900, and you
■ there by ten (IP) o’clock of the forenoon
day, then and there to answer the com
plaint of the plaintiff, Mrs. Liz/.ie Long, iu the
above stated case, in her libel for divorco.
Witness the Honorable Joseph W. Rennet.
Judge of the .Superior court of Glynn county,
this Uu 24th day of August, Ilk 0.
a. o. Townsend,
Deputy Clerk of the -Superior Court, Glynn
County. Georgia. ~
ERNEST DART, ' .
- Attorney for Rlhlntiff.
GEORGI A—Glynn County
t’rbatins Dart, of Glynn county. In said State
has applied to Die Ordinary of said county of
Glynn for exemption of personalty and setting
apart and valuation of homestead, and I will
pass upon the same at 10 o’clock a. m. upon the
15th day of October, 1900, at the court house in
ead county of Glynn. This September 22,1900.
fS M K JEFFERSON f>. SPARKS.
Judge City Court of Brunswick and pro hac
dinar County, Georgia.
~ VWieHßfts, Ella j. Jennings, administratrix of
George W. Calvin estate, represents to the
court lit her petition, duly filed and entered on
.record v that she li&a fully administered George
W;Cttlyin)g estate. This is, therefore, to cite
all 1 lemons concerned, kindred aud creditors,
to show cause, if any they cn, why said ad
ministratrix should not be discharged from
administration, and receive letters of dismis
a)on on the first Monday iu December, 1900.
HORACE DART, Ordinary.
Gftorgia- Glynn County.
■ Wary Mahoney having made applica
•thn for <\y(five months’ support, out of the
estate of Timothy Mahoney, and appraisers
to set apart the sattfb having:
filed their return, ail persons concerned are
hereby required to show cause before the court
of ordinary of sa id county on the ii rst Mondav
in November* 1900, wby sald^ipplication should
not bo graMfcL, This4th daV of Novem er f I9OO.
■tf llOltjcOE LART, Ordinary.
UKi iltb.i A—(lltsn County.
Borena Tinner, wife of Allrod Turner, has
applied for exemption of personality nn-1 seti
ing opart and valuat ion of homestead out of
hi* properly Hud l w ill pass upon the same, at
lnocioeka. in., on the 22nd day of Octobcr.inoo
at my office, Thia Soptcuiher 3Kh, 1900
Ordurery County, ou.
gr~~ <— r-*
Ocorgla- riljnii County.
Mr*. Fannie A. smith ha* applied for exemp
tion of personality and the setting apart and
valuation pf homestead out of the estate of If.
O, Smith, decoa-ed, late of raid county and
state, and I will pass upon the game at ten
o’clock a. in,,on the SKnd day of Ootober, )MO.
t my office in the coort .hoUKe of soi l . onuty
Ordinary (ilynn Countv. Ga.
bKRVICE BV rUBUCATION.
State of Georgia- County of Glynn.
Mra. Edna Wylie Lihel for divorce; in the
Superior court of Glynn
va. county. May term, WOO,
order to perfect service
James Wylfe. granted at said term.
To the Defendant, James Wylie.
You are hereby required, in peraen or hy at
torney, to tie and appear at the December
term, loco, of Glynn Superior court, to lie liold
en In and for said county, at the court
in Brunswick, Glynn county, C'-snsift, on tbe
Uni Monday In December, je.ro, and you will
lie there by ten <10) o'cb-' ; s of the forenoon of
■aid day, then and tt>" • to an.werthe coin -
plaint o< tbe plaina ' YCdna Wylie, in the
above atated casljjv Jor tilj^y^..
Witneae HWhoTal.le Joeeph W. liSrWiWA
Judge of the Snimrior eolirt of Glynn coun tv
this the.itth day WOO.
, A. O. TOWNSEND,
Depoty Olerk of the Buperior Court, Glynr
ffounty, Georgia. ’
Attomev for Plaintiff.
"y Applicitinn for le
i„ Vn fe/ dteahllltle*.
WAjpury— that on the flth day of
fi'trnin 90 Hied in the office
of- m*™e Seperior court of Glynn
eon, : n gq"applMlßion for removal of the dl.a
liilji VP *■ ? upon him under ilia vernlct and
jnf <n said court May 21, Won,
ini DOW K'ncr wife. Jamo Snmle,
i>o re, and that aald applie.a
tif-ieorgia State Fairthe term of aaid court Im
fto November Uh, vii ,n ' lay ln December next,
yrom.potnta In Georgia, fcnilN M sI HBi.K
a, plus 60 cent* additions
io.iti y rati. 1 e mt per mile
more <* one ticket. Ji.
i „. >*r Tr,
GEORGIA, Glynn County.
Will be sold before the courthouse door m
county, on the first Tuesday in November,
1900, the same b**mg Lhe 6th day thereof, within
‘‘l® lc * al J°,V ra ?< bidder for
cash, toe following i.rorHSFto-wit: One roller
top desk, six (ti) oak mantel,, three (3) large
tombetonoe, live <5) small tombstones, one Ho -
ler iron safe* Levied on as the prouevty of the
defendant, Reed E. LaMancc, to satisfy an exe
cution issued from the City court of Bruns
wick, county of Glynn, at the March term i.irL
in favor of Swingle.- at Fsleonet lor th*S
(lred snd eighty-one dollars and four cent.
(Ltsi.Ol) principal, with intereit thereon from
December H.IMMI, at (1 per cent, per annum
until paid and alt cojte. Levy made and re
turned to me by K. F. Tayior, deputy aheriff.
Also at the eamo time aud place, tha
following dercrii-ed property torwlt: That cer
tain let, tract or parcel of land, situate, lying
and being in the city of Brunswick, county or
Glynn, state of Georgia, and known and de
scribed on Baldwin's map of said city made in
the yenr JS37 as the southwest one-aixth (l-) of
Old Town lot number 61. Levied on as the
property of iheestate of J. J. Door under and
by virtue of an execution issued by H. J. Bead,
tax collector, for state and county taxes due for
the year JKfta. Amount of tax with inter
est and all costs. Levy made and returned to
me by B. S. l’ylcs, deputy eheriff.
Also at the same time and place,
the following described property towit: Those
certain lots, tracts oy parcel, of land situate
lying and being in the city of Brunswick, coun
ty of Glynn, slate of Georgia, and known and
described on Simmons' map of said city, made
in the year 1891. as Ilahcrsham park lote num
bers 76, 77, HI and 18, between Leo and Gordon
streets. Levied on as the property of Mrs. F.
N. Habersham under and by virtue of an exe
cution issued by H. J. Head, tax collector, f r
state and county taxes due for the year 1800
Amount of taxes 7>'J with interest and all cost."
Levy made and returned to me by It. S Pyles
Also at the same time and pface, tha
following described property towit: Thatcer
tain lot or tract of land situate, lying aud Do
ing in thfl 27th district G. M.. oounty of Glynn,
state of Georgia, lud known as a part of Colo
nel's island, containing two hundred (200) acre*
more or Icsr. Bounded on the north by lands
of the Bomb Brunswick Railway Cos„ on tha
west by Fancy Bluff creek, on The south and
east by lands of the Brunswick Dock Cos, Ley
iod on as the property of said Brunswick Dock
Cos. under ami by virtue of an execution issued
by 1L J. Read,tax col lector,for state and county
taxes duo for the year 1899. Amount of tax one
hundred and twcuty-llvc dollars (1125.) with
Interest and all cost, Levy made and return
ed to me by K. S. Pyles, deputy sheriff.
GKORGl s —Gtynn County,
To whom (f may concern: 11. J. Read having
In proper form applied to me for permanent
letters of administration on the estate of
George McArthur, late of said county, this? is to
cite all and singular, the creditors vaul next of
kin of George McArthur to be and iNMp i||i
my office within the time allowed by law
show cause, if auy they can, why permanent
administration should not l© granted toII.J.
Read on George McArthur’s estate. Witness
my hand official signature this 12th day lot Oc
tober, UKO. HORACE DART,
Office City Clerk,
1 n accordance with section X of the amended
charter of the City of Brunswick, approved
November 13,1889,1 will on the first Monday In
Octoiler, 1900, at 10 a. m., open the books for the
registration of the qualifieu (to be qualified to
register all State, County and City Taxes must
be paid) voter of the city of Brunswick, Ga ,
and keep the same open until the first Monday
in November, lim L. O. BODKT, Cl^rk.
To whom it inay concern: A. C. Shannon
having in proper form applied to me for per
manent letters of administration upon the' es
tate of D. F. Sleeper, of said county, deceased,
this is to cite the creditors and next of kin of
said deceased to he and appear at my office
within the time required ly law and ghow
cause, if any. why permanent letters should not
lie granted to the applicant as prayed for.
Wltne-s my official i-igmittire this 11th of Octo
ber, 1900. HORACE DART, Ordinary.
For the purpose of collecting the State ami
Coanty Tax for 1909, I will be at the following
district precincts on dates named, to-wit:
25 Dial. Oct. 27, Nov. 19 ami Dec. 3.
27 Dist. Oct 26. Nov 20 and Dec. 4,
J 356 Dist. Oct. 25, N0v.21 and Dec. 6.
14U9 Dist Oct. 24. Nov, 22 and Dec. 7.
26 Dißt. Oct, 29, 30, 31, Nov. 23, 24 , 26, and Dec.
J*. JO, 11. H.J.Rkaii,
\ T. C. Glynn Cos,
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