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9he tnglish . Kitchen t 314 Newcastle Street. A First class Restaurant for Ladies and Gentlemen. Private dining rooms. Dinner, tea parties and banquets served on short notice. J. A. LOWE, JR. Contractor and Builder. Satisfaction Guaranteed. i Also Do Paint Work. , Get my Estimate Or Your Next Job 628 WOLF STREET. W. M. TUPPER & CO., Forwarding and snipping Agent*. Lighterage, Towing and Marine In surance. Correspondence Solicited. BRUNSWICK. GA. CLEANING. PRESSING AND DYE ING.. GOOD WORK DONE CHEAP ER THAN ELSEWHERE. SEE JIM CARTER, OR RING 'PHONE 253-2. PAGE WOVEN WIRE FENCE, Made in Adrian, Mich, THE STRONGEST FENCE In the WORLD C. W. DEMING, Agt., } Brunswick, Ga. If you want the largest / I LOAD OF WOOD T in Brunswick for 75 cents, PHONE 206. TEMPLE'S WOOD YARD. 3£or LaGrrippe and Influenza use CHENEY’S EXPECTORANT His Life in Peril. “I Just seemed to have gone all to pieces," writes Alfred Bee, of Welfare, Tex, ‘'billiousness and a lame back had made life a burden. 1 couldn't eat oi sleep and felt almost too worn out to work when 1 began to me Elec tric Butters, but they worked wonders. Now I sleep like a top, can eat any thing, have gained in strength and en joy bard Wsuk." They gave vigorous health and new life to weak, sickly run-down people. Try them. Only 50c at all druggists. (1 yv • ; .i m- -,I pi", "•Idslfc i Lt L 4 jj vfat habitstrealeil without yah 1 Hi |%f| oi-confincracut. un. i so J 1 | 4Jf e 9 s antecJ xt Ssiiitaiiu-.aor in pi y. I!. H VF..\L, Mrn'tr J.ithis Sprints Curt Cos.. IT: itv A. Au*teU,Oa. Homo)tje3l|i,eiit sent If preferred. Cont-spoadeacestrictly o nfidmtial Miss Slater's new hats are beautiful ■Croat: uis of fashionable millinery. TAX NOTIhc. THE LAST HALF OF CITY TAXES ■FOR 1902 ARE NOW DUE AND PAYABLE, AND UNDER THE TAX (ORDINANCE MUST BE PAID ON OR BEFORE NOVEMBER 30 TH, .1902, .AND UNLESS PAID BY THEN ARE SUBJECT TO EXECUTION. GEO. H. .SMITH, City Treasurer. Overcoats Reimed cheap, at Jim Carter's. Typewriter Headquarte . Do you wish to buy, sell ur rent s machine of any description? You will find it to your interest to call on me. Can sell you a typewwrlter at such a price and on such terms that you will not miss the money. C. H JEWETT. Do you w.sh to buy. sell or rent ■ machine of any description? You will find it to tv ;r interest to call rii me. Can sell you a at such a price and on such terms tnat you will not miss the money. C. H. JEWETT. Fine millinery, tasteful trimming, reasonable prices at Miss Slaters. * Caution! Thi3 is a gen-.e word —but when you tain., flow liable you are no. tr purchase forr 75c the only remedy u... versauy known, and a remedy that ha ■had the larged, sale of any medicin in the world since 1868 ior the eurf and treatment ot Consumption an Tnroat and Uhc Troubles all toes* years without losing its popularity at these years, you will he thankful we called your attention to Boschees Ger man Syrup. There are many ordinary c ugh rem (ties made by druggist; and others thai are neap and goon ior light colds perhaps, but for sev. -f Colds, Brencnitis, Croup—and ally for consumption, wnere there dufScult expectoration and coughing dur.uy the nights and mornings, there nothing like German Syrup. Sold nil ..riiggists i-i the civilizeu worn, G. C. GREEN, Woodbury, N. J. Clark the well known colored bar ber is better fitted to serve the pub lie than ever. Everything neat and •lean and np to data For Asthma use CHENEY’S EX PECTORANT. PETITION FOR INCORPORAT ION. State of Georgia, County of Glynn. To the Superior court of said county: The petition of A. B. Coley, of Brook lyn, N. Y., George L. i’rentiss of toe city of New York, C. M. Acklen, of Ellicott City, Maryland, hi. H. Mason, E. Brobston aud A. Fenuig, all of Glynn county, Georgia, respectfully shows: 1. That your petitioners desire for themselves, their associates and suc cessors, to be created and made a body corporate under tne name and style of the "Mutual Light and Water Company,” for the full end and term of twenty (20) years, with the right of renewal at the termination of that time in accordance wit a law 2 Toe object of said corporation is and will be the conduct and operation’ of the particular business hereinafter described and designated, for pecu niary gain and profit to its stockhoid era. 3. Too particular business proposed and intended to be carried on and conducted by said corporation is, (a) The purchase, construction, equipment and operation of an elec tric light and power system or sys tems, in the city of Brunswick, Georgia, or elsewhere, for the pur- pose of furnishing and supplying electricity to its patrons and consum ers for all purposes for which tne same may be used, the building and equipment of a plant and power house for the purposes of said business, the erection of poles and pole lines, and running and stringing main wires and cut-in wires on such poles, the buying, selling, construction and installation of all articles of equipment and sup plies necessary for, connected with and incident to the furnishing or use of electricity for light, power or other purposes, and generally the right to buy, sell, handle and deal in articles of merchandise incident to a general electric supply business. (b) Also to purchase, own, buiid, construct, equip ami operate a gas plant or plants in the city of Bruns wick, Georgia, or elsewhere, and to manufacture, furnish and sell to its customers and the public, gas for light, heat anil all purposes for which the same may be used, to lay gas pipes and deal in gas fixtures and supplies. (e) Also to furnish and supply steam for neating buildings and for any other purposes, aud to lay all necessary pipes and acquire and con struct, supply and deal in all neces sary and proper fixtures for that pur pose. (and) Petitioners also desire the right and power to manufacture ice, and to that end to purchase and own .ill nertessary machinery, land, ap paratus and supplies, and to build, equip and operate an ice factory or factories and to sell the product thereof (e) And alsoto own and construct, carry in a cold storage business, and to acquire and own all property, real or personal, necessary mil proper for that purpose. if) Petitioners also intend and de sire the power to purchase, construct, iwn operate an ! carry on a system of vatcr works in the city of Bruns vlck and at such either places as it aay desire, and to furnish a supply I water to the public to its patrons ud customers upon such terms as nay be agieed upon and they pray to ,hat end and for that purpose that lid corporation shall be granted and ;ive;n the right, power, privilege and uthority to lease, purchase or eon cmn lands, receive donations grants, •asements or other uses of land ne essary or proper lor the construction wid successful operation of water works upon the terms and conditions md as is provided under the laws of he state of Georgia for corporations r individuals engaged in the busi icss of constructing and operating ater works, to acquire such proper lies and rigntfl. 1. The capital stock of said corpora iou shall be the sum of twenty five iiousand dollars ($25,000.00), divide n!o two hundred and fifty (250 shaies of the par value of one hun dred dollars ($100.00) each, with the privilege of increasing such capital lock at any time and from time to time upon the vote and consent of wo thirds of the capital stock then ssueil and entitled to vote to an tmvunt not exceeding two hundred nil fifty thousand dollars ($250,- >00.00.) 5. That no part of said capita', stock has yet been paid in, but they pray he right to exercise the privilege of heir incorporation as soon as thirty ,30) per cent, of the capital stock shall have been actually paid In. 6. Petitioners pray that said cor loratio* shall have the rigid and tower To allow the subscribers for dock in said corporation to pay for he same either in money or in prop erty at its just and fair value. 7 The principal office and place of 'msines of said corporation shall be tt Brunswick, in Giynn county, Goer da, wita the right to establish ■ ranch offices and do business at uch other places as to said corpor ation may seem fit. 8. They desire each and all of the rights, power and authority usually -ranted to corporations, including the ■ight to contract, to be contracte .vith, sue and be sued, to buy an ell any kind of property necessary ind proper for the successful conduct n carrying on of its said business, and iso the right, authority and power a borrow money, issue bonds, and to ileJfte its property and franchisee o secure toe payment of either or •otli by deed or deed of trust, or nortgage, or in any other legal way. 10. To make such by-laws and cre ate such offices as may be necessary md proper for the management and control of its business. WHEREFORE, petitioners pray the Court to grant an order and Jutlg- PERSONAL POINTS. D. M. Hanes, of Atlanta, was here yesterday. Charlton Wright, of Sterling, was in the city yesterday. G. S. Gardner, of Atlanta, was a guest at the Oglethorpe yesterday. W. N. uyess, of Nichols, is spend ing a few days in llie city. T. J. Strange, of Traversville. Ga.. was a visitor to the city yesterday. G. W. Smith, of Macon, spent yes terday in the city. C. O. Riggins, of Blackshear, was among tne visitors to the city yester day. J. A. Anderson, of Kissimmee, Flat.', was registered at the Oglethorpe yes terday. J. E. Melton, of Blarney, Ga., was shaking hands with his many friends here yesterday. D. J. Mclntosh, a well known insur ance man. of Blackshear, was in the city yesterday. K NEW GOODS. - ( ►. Just Received. ► • K Loose Buckwheat, * Loose Rolled Oats, Ralston’s Health Flour, . T • f Yellow Indian Meal, * New Georgia Syrup. , * 1 f THOMAS KEANY, Grocer. < * Phone 11. 312 Newcastle St." 1 Citation. Georgia, Glynn County. To all whom it may concern: —It. R. Hopkins having, in proper form, ap plied to me for permanent letters of administration upon the estate of- A. B. Franklin, late of said county, de ceased This is to cite all and sitigu lar the creditors and next of kin of said deceased to be and appear at my office within the time allowed! by aw, and show cause, if any they can, why permanent letters oi administra iort should not he granted to said It, ,t. Hopkins, on the estate of said A. IFranklin, deceased. Tliis November sth. 1902. HORACE DART, Ordinary, Glynn County, Ga. YOU SHOULD TAKE ADVAN TAGE OF THAT DISCOUNT IN AD VERTISING IN SUNDAY’S NEWS. Forty Years' Torture. To lie relieved from a torturing dis ease after 40 years' torture might well cause Qie gratitude of anyone. That is what DeWitt’s Witch Hazel Salve •lid for C. Haney, Geneva, O. He says: "DeWatt’s Witch Hazel Salve cured me of piles after I had suffered 40 years.” dares cuts, burns, wounds, skin diseases. Beware of counterfeits. Joerger’s Pnaimacy, W. J. Butts. Smith's Pnartuacy. P. DEV ARRIS. STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES Fruits, Vegetables, Eto. MONK STREET. YOU SHOULD TAKE ADVAN TAGE OF THAT DISCOUNT IN AD VERTISING IN SUNDAY’S NEWS. Bids Wanted. Sealed bids will he received until 12 o’clock roon on Saturday, November 22, 1902, for repairs op the city cre matory, viz: Replacing concrete on top oi furnace and repairing arch of furnace door and walls. Also roofing the stables, and erection >f fence lo enclose the crematory premia is . i < r more specific inf > mation cal! on ,1 .1. Spears, superintendent of sanitation or at the crematory. Mark bids. "Bids for Repair at. J-cinatorv,' and leave at clerk’s office, city hall. The right is reserved to reject any o r all bids. By order of the mayor and council. N. D. RUSSELL, Clerk of council. uient, creating and making them, their associates and successors tody corporate, under the name afore said, and to grant them a charter with the powers and rights and for the purpose hereinabove stated. Respectfully submitted, KAY, BENNET & CONYERS. Petitioners’ Attorneys State of Georgia, County of Glynn. This is to certify that the above and foregoing is a true copy of thf original petition for incorporation ol the Mutual Light and Water Company of file in the office of the clerk of to Superior Court of Glynn county, Georgia. , This, October 23, 1902. H. F. du BIGNON, Clerk Superior Court. 1 Glynn County, Georgia. Eugene Field’s Views on Ambition and Dye. popsia. “Dyspepsia,” wrote Eugene Field “often incapacitates a man fur endeavor and sometimes extinguishes the fire of ambition. ’ Though great despite hi* complaint Kield suffcrcMl from indigos tion all hi* life. A weak, tired stomach can’t digest your food. It need* rest. You can only rest it by the use of a preparation like Kodo], which re lieves it of work by digesting your food. Rest *oon restores It to ltg normal tone. Strengthening, Satisfying, Envlgoratlng. Prep.reil only by E. 0 D*\Virr& (Jo., Oblcmro tn Jl. bottle eoutaiu* Xi* tun*. tUo&Oo, W. J. BUTTS, The Druggist. Petition for Charter. State of Georgia, Glynn County. To the Superior Court of said County. Tne petition of H. S. McCrary, Ed. Cohen tiud B. S. Calhoun all of the city of Brunswick, said State amt county, and such others as may bo hereafter associated with them shows: 1. That they desire to be made a body corporate and politic under the laws ot the State of Georgia under (nil bv tiie name of the McCrary Transfer, and by and under that name may sue and be sued, contract aid be contracted with, plead ami be impleaded, with authority to have, ac quire, purchase and have aiml bold land, tenements, goods end chatties and the same to mortgage, -mourn er. sell ami convey, to Imre and to use a corporate seal, to adopt a con stitution and by-laws and such rules uni regulations as may be advisable ior the benefit of said corporal ion and generally to possess and enjoy all the rights, privileges aud powers and be subject to all Hie liabilities which are or may be usual, necessary and inci dent to the purposes and objects of such corporation, specially and usu ally pertaining and granted to bodies corporate under the laws of said state. 2. Thai tne purpose and object for which your petitioners desire to be incorporated are to do, transact and conduct the business of public dray men, to transfer, carry and convqy passengers, baggage and freight and any kind of goods, wares and mer chandise for gain and profit. 3. Your petitioners desire to have all the powers, facilities, rights and privileges necessary and proper to successfully maintain ihu objects of its corporation. 4. The capital stock shall be the sums of two thousand dollars ($2,000) to be divided into shares of one hun dred dollars each. No part of said stock has been paid in but petitioners lesirc to engage in business as soon as ten per cent, of the total of said capital stock is paid into Hie treas ury of said corporation. 5. That,the principal office and place of business for said corporation sliaJi be the said city of Brunswick, said slate and county but said corpora H'U shall have the right and power to is: ablisli such agencies for the con duct of its business at other places as it, may see proper. 6. The business of said corporation snail be conducted by a president and uo.i.ril ot direei i.rs chosen from its toekholders and such officers, agents md employees as may be designated ml appointed by its president and >oard oi dlreclors or managers which lid corpora!ion in general meeting assembled and when so chosen said ■aid shall elect from its members a president and other officers who shall hold their offices for such terms as niny he prescribed by the by-iaws of said corporation. Wherefore your petitioners pray 1 hat tney and their associates may lie incorporated for the purposes afore said for the term of twenty years with Hie privilege of renewal at the end of 'hat time tinder said corporate name with the capital stock and for the purposes aforesaid. And your peti tioners will ever pray, etc. CROVATT ti WHITFIELD, .Petitioners’ Attorneys. This Ooctober 28th, 1902. Filed iu office this October 28th 1902. A. O. TOWNSEND. Deputy Clerk. Clerk’s Office Superior Court Glynn County, Georgia: I do hereby certify that the forego ing is a true copy of the original pe tition for incorporation if the Mc- Crary Transfer, this ' day filed ,n Glynn Superior Court. Tbis October 28th, 1902, A. O. TOWNSEND, Deputy Clerk Superior Court, Glynn County, Georgia. Best in printing—News Job Office. Virulent Cancer Cured. Startling proof of a wonderful ad auce in medicine is given by druggist L VV. Roberts, of Elizabeth. W. Va. \n aid man there had long suffered -’ltli what good doctors pronounced ncurable cancer. They believed his ase hopeless till he used Electric ’liters and applied Bucklen’s Arnica lalve, which treatment completely ured him. When Electric Bitters arc ised to expel bilious, kidney and ml robe poisons at the same time this rive exerts its matchless healing lower, blood diseases, skin eruptions, deem and sores vanish. Bitters 50c., 5/onie. This ' Jlebr ,ed tonic is in growing demand. The season of the greatest need is approaching. Indigestion, Bll liousness. Jaundice, Chili* and Fever, tiick ueodacne, pains in me Puck aii, kidneys all depend upon raa’ari.a, an' Bellevue Ton'c cures them all in anj form, W. J, BUTTS, The Druggist, TIIE BRUNSWICK DAILY NEWS. A DAYS DOINGS ALONG TOE BAY NEWS NOTES OF INTEREST PICK ED UP ALONG BRUNSWICK RIVER FRONT. Yesterday Arrivals, Clearances and Sailings—Other News of the j, Movement of Vessels 1 in Port. Following is the record of the move ment ot vessels at this port yaster day : • , Arrived. Schooner Florence Leland, from Now York. Cleared. Schooner (Willie 1,. Newton, Coombs, New York. Lizzie B. Willey, Rivers. New York. Anna Pendleton, Pendleton, New York. Norwegian bark Trio, Thorlsen. YOU SHOULD TAKE ADVAN TAGE OF THAT DISCOUNT IN AD VEi.VISING IN SUNDAY'S NEWS. Ship Notice. Neither the master, owners or con signee will lie responsible for any lehis contracted by the Norwegian •aik Mercur, Johansen, master. YOU SHOULD TAKE ADVAN TAGE OF THAT DISCOUNT IN AD' VEHTISING IN SUNDAY’S NEWS. If You Suffer Prom Kidney Troubles Use Smith s Sure Kidney Cure. Noth ing like it for diseased kidneys. 5t cents. ROB, Roy FLO'IR is the BEST. Natural Anxiety. Mot lifers regard app ja< ilng winter with, uneaseiness, chd, n n take cold so easily. No disease costs more lit tle lives tljan croup, it’s attack is so suiliieu thud the sufferer is often be ycffid numaai aid before tne doctor ar nvee. Such eases yield readily to One Minute Coutgb Cure, Liquifies the muc us, allays inflammation, removes dan ger. Aliainutely sate. Acts imme dititedy. C'wres coughs,' colds, grip bronchitis, all throat and lung tro t ble. F, s. McMahon, Hampton, Ga.: “A 'bad cold rendered me voiceless just before an oratorical contest. I in tended to withdraw but took One Min utii Coughs Cure. It restored my voice in time to win the medal.” Jirerger’s Pharmacy, W. J. Busts, Smith’s Pharmacy. - -- - . YOU SHOULD TAKE ADVAN TAGE OF THAT DISCOUNT IN AD VERTISING IN SUNDAY’S NEWS. SWANS DOWN, PURE WHEAT ■ -OUR FALL HATS, k tl have them in at! varieties. See my winter goods now arriving. The VERY LATEST MILLINERY LINE. s i > i4K MISS KATE SLATER o . Gloucester St. YOU SHOULD TAKE ADVAN TAGE OF THAT DISCOUNT IN AD VERTISING IN SUNDAY’S NEWS Tax Nottce. For the purpose of collecting the state and county tax for 1902, I will be at the precincts named below rt dates mentioned, to-wit: Sterling, Sept. 29; Oct. 28 and Nov. 24. Jamaica, Sept. 30; Oct. 29 and Nov. 25; Pyles, Oct. 2; Oct. 30; Nov. 26; St. Simons, Oct. 6; Nov*. 10 and Dec 8. On ijates not mentioned above, I can be found at court house in Bruns wick until December 20. when the books will be closed as per special in structions from comptroller general. Be governed accordingly. H. J. READ, T. C. GLYNN CO. V.'antec. We would l.ne to ask tnrought the ■ lurnns oi your paper, if there is a y person who has used Uie >n’s -ugust Flower for the cure of Dyspepsia ana Liver frou iles that has not been cured—Uu. we also mean tneir results, such as sour stona/ih, ic 'ne-i.atson o. food, nabitual 'ostive ness nervous dyspepsia, headaches, de spondent feelings, sleeplessness—in fact, and trouble connected with the stomach or liver? This medicine uas been solid for many years in all civil ized countries, and we wish to corres pond witni yen and senu you one of our book* free of cost. If you have nevei tried August Flower, try one bottle first. We have never known of its failing. If so, something more seriom (s the matter with- you. .Ask your druggist. * G. C. Green, Woodbiw'. N. J. YOU SHOULD TAKE ADVAN TAGE Of THAT DISCOUNT IN AD VERTISING IN SUNDAY’S NEWS. jji JLJ- -.J! . .. _ j I" ■. For Croup use CHENEY'S EX PECTORANT- Make Your Home Attractive. Mils' * ****' 'Chinese and flapanetfe Mattting, Straw matting is the cleanest, c oolr-t. and most economic- floor, cov sring In the market today. Does not hold the dust and Win be easily clean ed with a dump cloth. Every housekeeper knows their value and the sale •f them is increasing every day. C. MeGARVEY, 316 Newcastle Street. Truly a Grand OuD OIHISKEYj Douglas & Morgan,’ 3. Downing, President. E. H. Mason, Vice-President. E.D.Walter, Cashier, The National Bank of Brunswick. BRUNSWICK, GA. CAPITAL OF ONE HUNDRED AN O FIFTY THOUSAND DOLLARS md total RESOURCES iu excess of UNE-HALF MILLION DOI-LaRS, ire devoted to the assistance of legitimate business enterprises. DEPOSIT ACCOUNTS invited from individuals, firms and corpora, ions. SAVINGS DEPARTMENT accounts bear interest, compounded qrar orly. interest bearing cerifiiates oi deposit issued on special terms. MONEY ORDERS of the "BANKERS’ MONEY ORDER ASSOOIA ION” are cheaper and pi ore ronvoc ient than pootofflce or express. ATLANTIC COAST LINE. . P-asscnger Schedule in Effect Octo’ier 19th, 1902. Daily 89 \ Daily 87 ] | Daily 90 I Daily 88 2:55 p. ni. 5:30 a. in. Lv Brunswick Ar 10:00 a. in.; 7:30 p. in 5:20 p. m.j 7:L> a. mAr Wayccross Lv; 7:30 a. m.j 5:40 p. m. 11:30 p. m. 11:15 a. m.Ar.. .. Albany Ar 11:30 p. m., 1:53 p. m. 7:55 p. m.) 1:15 p. m. Ar Jacksonville. ..Lv| ; 3:05 p. m. 2:10 a. in.. 5:50 p. m.|Ar Sanford Lv 12:40 p. m.'j 1:15 a. m. 7:10 a. m.. 10:00 p. m. Ar I inipa I.v 8:00 a. in.' 8:00 p. m. 7:55 a. m. 10:30 p. m. Ar Port Tampa Lv. 7:25 a. m.l 7:25 p. m. 11: ia !>• 111 0:23 a. m.Ar .Valdosta l.v 4:37 a. m. ,-,:3l p. m 12:30 a. in. 10:GO in. Ar. . Thoirasvllle L 3:25 a. m . t:55 p . *.. 8:05 a. 111. 0:2 p. m. ir Mcn'.goinery ...,Lvl'7:4s p. m.l 6:30 a. m. 8:-10 P- m. 1:15 p. m. Ar Savannah Lvl 3:30 a. m.l 3:00 p. m. 6:27 a. m.j 5:25 p m..Ar Charleston. . ..Lv|ll:3s p. m. 6:27 a. m. 7:45 p. ill.; 4:12 a. m.j Ar Richmond Lvl 9:05 a. m 7:25 p. m. ~tl: 40 p. m.j 7:54 a. m. Ar Washington Lvl'4:3o a. m. 3:45 p. m. 1:23 a. m.j 9:09 a. m.iAr Baltimore Lvl 2:55 a. m.j 2:16 p. m. 4:os_a. m.;l 1: 25 a. m. Ar .... Pmiladelpiiia Lv|l2:2o a. m.112:03 p. in. 7:15 a. m.j 2:00 p. m. Ar New York Lvj 9:25 p. m.j 9:25 a. m. I iirough Pullman Sleeping far Service from Walcross to North, East and West., and to Florida. Pullman dining cars on trains 35 and 32, between Savannah and New York. C nnections made at Port Tampawith United States mail steamships of the Peninsular and Occidental Steamship Line, leaving Port Tampa Sun days, Tuesdays and Thursdays at It p. m. Tuesdays and Thursdays at 11:00 p.m. , For further information apply to T. J. WRIGHT, J, F. NORRIS. Agent, Brunswick, Ga. Ticket Agent, Brunswick, Ga. J. H. D. SHELLMAN, W. H. LEAHY, Traveling Passenger Agent. Division Passenger Agent, Savannah, W. J. CRAIG, Ga. General Paassenger Agent, Wilming- H. M. EMERSON, ton. N. C. „ Assistant Agent. RAILWAY SCHEDULE For Savannah, Washington and New York. Lv. Brunswick 6:20 a m 10:00 a m 3:05 p m 9:05 p m Ar. Savannah 9:35 a m 1:15 p m 8:40 p m 12:50 a m Ar. Washington 7:40 a m 9:50 p m Ar. New York 2:00 p m 6:30 ans "For Macon, Atlanta, Cincinnati and Kansas City. Lv. Brunswick 6:20 a m 9:05 p ra Ar. Macon 1:30 p m 3:00 a m Ar. Atlanta 4:10 p in 6:20 a m Ar. Birmingham 9:55 p m 11:45 a m Ar. Cincinnati 8:10 a m 7:30 p m Ar. Kansas City ~ 9:40a m From New York, Washington and Savannah. Lv. New York 12:10 a m 3 : 25 p m Lv. Washington 10:50 a m 9:50 p m .v. Savannah 5:10 am 3:oopra” 4r. Brunswick ,7:45 a tn 6:05 p ro From Kansas City, Cincinnati, Atlanta and Macon. Lv. Kansas City 6:30 p m Lv. Cincinnati 8:30 a m * , ' .• Lv. Birmingham 4:10 p m .v. Atlanta 10:45 p m 5:30 a m v. Macon 1:00 a m g ; 35 a m r Brunswick 7:45 a m 2f50 p m 50WEN & THOMAS, Contractors and Builders of Stone, Brick and Frame Buildings. MANUFACTURERS OF CEMENT, TILE AND ARTIFCIAt STONE. ■ jj ' 2 NOVEMBER 21.