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the Brunswick Times- I. Every morning but Monday. Brunswick Publishing Company, Pub lishers and Managers. ) Jn’Oglctliorpe Block, F Street. OFiIOB l l£l.£l’HON£ NO 31. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. DelivirecTby Mail or Carrier. One copy, one year *5 CO One copy, six months 2 50 One copy, three mouths < 125 One copy, one month SO One copy, one week 15 Sunday Edition, 8 paged, per year 1 00 Ten per cent, discount on all subscriptions when paid in advance. Correspondence on live and clean subjects is solicited. Address all communications to Tuk Mo km no Times, Brunswick, Ua, Official Organ of fhe Cify of Bruns wick apd Counfy of Glynn, TO SUBSCRIBERS : Subscribers arc requested to notify the office when they fail to get any issue of The Times. Attention to this matter w r ill be appreciated by the management. Advertising rates will be furnished on ap plication. Orders to discontinue subscriptions and ad vertisements must be in writing. When Business Booms This Fall, as it is expected that it will, the men who ADVERTISE Will get the most of it, ns they al ways do, In good times or dull times. Those who aro after tlieir share of the business and as much more as they can get are making their preparations to secure it. To Advertise In the most effective, ecoawinical and satisfactory manner Secure space in The Times. SIX PAGES. Thk Times is indebted to State Geologist W. S. Yeates for a copy ot his bulletin on the water-power of Georgia. The story of Peraeue Decker, An dromeda Cisneroa and Monstar Weyler oontinuea to be the moat popular news paper subject of the day. Thanks to the Philadelphia board of education, tbe booksellers report that the sales of “Las Miaerables” have doubled in the past two weeks. A Savannah colored minister, who is charged with the violation of one of the ten commandments, asserts that the accusation is the work of the evil one. Poor Satan has to shoulder a multitude of transgressions. Ik the oity oouncil will, at tonight’s meeting, direct the speedy repair of the pavements they will add another to the good works of the present ad ministration that will find its reward in tbe unselfish support of the people. Henry George says that if he is elected mayor his first odioial act will be to incarcerate Mr. Croker. Mr. George can easily make such a prom ise, as the “if” clause effectively re lieves him of the necessity of execut ing it- The Xbw York Central officials charge up the Hudson river horror to Providence. The responsibility of Providence for the existenee of an in secure roadbed is anew legal point in tbe case of the corporations against the people. In connection with the discussion of the proscription of Hugo’s master pisce, the Knoxville Tribune recalls ths not# ot a mother to a school teacher : “Please don’t teach my dar ter no lisiology. I don’t want her to know about her innards.” THE PENITENTIARY FIASCO. To use a somewhat inelegant term, the great penitentiary reform cam paign has ended in ar insignificant “fizzle.” The detective work of Phil Byrd; the frequent sessions of the special committee, the visits to sea islands and coal mines, the detailed recommendations of the governor, have been labor and money expended in vain. The well-autbentioated report comes from Atlanta that the special peniten tiary committee has utterly disre garded both the inspeotor and the governor, squashed the penal island plan and decided to retain the odious features of the lease system, with one inconsiderable amendment—the sub stitution of a commission for tbe prin cipal keeper. Tbe Hall bill was torn into abreds. Governor Atkinson’s reoommendations were thrown into the committee’s waste-basket. The committee pledged itself to the renewed support of a sys tem which it was appointed to anni hilate. If the bill, as finally agreed upoj by the committee, ever gets to the gov ernor, it will be promptly vetoed. That official says so, without equivo cation, in his message. But he will not be called upon to take such action. The legislature is of too sound mind to perpetuate a system from which the people have been struggling, for many years, to free themselves. THE GOVERNOR’S MESSAGE- The message of Governor Atkineon to the General Assembly, which The Times, with its usual enterprise, pub lishes in full on the second page of this morning’s issue, is an exception ally complete and oompreheniive re view of the various problems which confront the state’s legislators. The greater portion of the message is de voted to the convict question. As The Times elsewhere regrets, the reforms suggested have been disregarded by the committee which was appointed to consider them. The governor’s rec ommendations are, however, based on good sense, and will sooner or later be adopted. Much space is devoted by Governor Atkinson to tbe increase of crime and tbe frequency of lyncbings. On this question the governor is thoroughly in line with the contention frequently made by The Times— that the crimi nal law needs amendment, so that there will be sterner punishment for some, quicker and surer punishment for all. The new recommendations made in the message, outside cf the criminal and penitentiary suggestions, are tbe oontrol of street railway and telephone companies by the state railroad com mission. These enactments will prob ably be made by the general assembly. Tha message will be found interest ing matter for the readers of The Times. A Great Book Free! When Dr. R. V. Pierce, of Butl'alo, N. Y., published the first edition of this great work, The People’s Common Sense Medical Adviser, be announced that after GSO.OOO copies had been sold at the regular price, $1.50 per copy, the profit on which would repay him for tbe great amount ot labor and money expended in producing it, he would distribute the next half million free. As this number of copies has already been sold, he is now giving away, absolutely free, 500,000 copies of this most complete, interesting and valuable common sense medical work ever published—the recipient only being required to mail to him, at tbe above address, twenty-one (21) one 'cent stamps to cover cost of mailing only, ard tbe book will be sent post paid. It is a veritable medical library oomplete in one volume. Contains 1,008 pages, profusely illustrated. The Free Edition is precisely the same as that sold at $1.50 except only that the booke are in strong manilla paper covers instead of cloth. Send now be fore all are given away, For Over Fifty Years. An Old and Well-Tried Remedy. Mrs. Winslow’s Soothing Syrup lias been used for over fifty years by mil lions of mothers for theit children while teething, with perfect success. It soothes the child, softens the gums, allays all pain, cures wind colic, and is the best remedy for Diarrhoea. Is pleasant to the taste. Sold by drug gists in every part of the world. Twenty-five cents a bottle. Its value is incalculable. Be sure and ask for Mrs. Winslow’s Soothing Syiup, and take no other kind. Rob Roy flour has no superior and few equals. It is beautiful. tf THE TIMES: BRUNSWICK, GA„ THURSDAY MORNING. OCTOBER 28, 1897. -ALL WOMEN of( g- ■ all the pain s?■’> ‘.if andsicknessfrom which women suffer is caused by weakness or /A derangement In the organs of jjjßjl [ menstruation. Nearly always when a woman is not well these organs are affected. But when they are strong and healthy a woman Is very seldom sick. Is nature’s provision for the regu lation of the menstrual function. I It cures all "female troubles.” It is equally effective for the girl in her teens, the young wife with do mestic and maternal cares, and I the woman approaching the period known as the “Change of Life.” They all need it. They are all benefitted by it. For advice In cases requiring special directions, address, giving symptoms, the “Ladles’ Ad/iscry Department,” The Chattanooga Medicine Cos., Chatta nooga, Tenn. THOS. J. COOPER, Tupelo, Miss., says: 44 My sister suffered from very Irreaular end painfui menstruation and doctors could not relievo her. Wine of Cardul entirely cured her and also helped my mother through the Change of Life.’* TO NASHVILLE. The Plant System Announces Its Rates to the Great Exposition. For the Tennessee Centennial and International Exposition, Nashville, Tenn., May 1 to October 30, 1897, the Plant System will sell round-trip tickets from Brunswick to Nashville, Tenn,, at the following rates on dates named below: $23.65 —Tickets to be sold April 14 and 24 and daily on and alter April 28, until and including October 15; final limit November 7, 1897. $17.35 —Tickets to be sold daily on and after April 29, until and including October 15, 1897; final limit twenty days in addition to date of sale. $12.60 —Tickets to be sold on Tues days and Thursdays of each week, be ginning April 29, and until and in cluding October 26, 1597; final limit ten days in addition to date of sale. $11.35 —Applies to military compan ies and uniformed brass bands accom panying them, moving in bodies of twenty-five or more on solid ticket; to be sold daily, beginning April 29. and until and including October 26, 1897; final limit ten days in addition to date of sale. Same rate will apply to bona fide students and their teachers in parties of twenty-five or more on solid tickets, upon application of principals of colleges, schools and universities; to be sold May 15 to June 30,1897, in clusive, and September 15 to October 25, 1897, inclusive; final limit ten days in addition to date of sale. To the Centennial. The Southern railway will sell ex cursion tickets at $12.60 Brunswick to Nashville, Tenn., and return for the Tennessee Centennial, May-November. Rate of $12.60 limited to ten days from date of sale, and other tickets on sale with any limitation desired. Elegant Southern railway trains will be oper ated in special service between Bruns wick and Nasbvilla. Travel via South ern railway. Mil MILLINERY OPENING. We have a fine line of Hats and Millinery goods at very low prices. Ladies wishing any thing in my line will find it to tbeir advantage to call and look. Receiving new goods continu ally. Respectfully invited. Mrs. £. Earle, 203 Newcastle St-, Brunswick, Ga- Oysters Fresh every day, by the quart or gallon at popu lar prices. Shell oysters can be had every day by the peck, bushel or barrel, —AT— Scarlett & Phillips, No, 213 Grant St. R. E. Owens. No. 204 MonN St. FREE DELIVERY. The public is invited to visit our fac tory on Glynn avenue. Glynn Oyster and Fisti Gonipnnv The Rosy Freshness And a velvety softness of the skin is inva riably obtained by those who use Pozzoni's Complexion Powder. PUBLIC Whereas, ou the 4th day of April, A. D. 18M* Catherine A. Leavy, of the county of Glynn and state of Georgia, did sign, seal and deliver her certain warranty deed to secnre debt to the American Building, Loan and Tontine Savings association of Memphis, Tennessee, its success ors and assigns, conveying in fee simple the premises hereinafter fully described, which t*aid deed to secure debt was recorded on the luth day of April, 1895, upon the general records of Glynu county, Georgia, in book “N. N„” pages G 1 to 67, inclusive, reference to wdiich said record of said deed is hereby had for all nur poses hereof; and, Wiiereas, said deed to secure debt was made by said Catherine A. Leavy to secure a certain advance or loan of money made to hor by said association in the sum of fouiteon hundred ($1,400) dollars, and to secure the payment by her to said association the sum of sixteen dol lars and eighty cents ($16.80) monthly, as dues, on the Ist day o. each and every month, begin ning with the month of March, 1895, being in stalments due on 2S shares of stock held by her in said association and upon which said ad vanco was made to hor, and to secure the pay ment by her to said association the sum of seven ($7) dollars monthly, as intcie>t, oil the lt day of each and every month, beginning with the month of March, 1895, being mterist at the rate of six (6) per cent per annum on said sum advanced liet', and to secure the pay ment by her of all taxos and other legal charges assessed against said premises, as well as all insurance premiums upon said premises, as well to secure the performance by her of cer tain other conditions and stipulations iu said deed to secure debt contained; and, Whereas, it was and is stipulated in said deed to securo debt that should the said Catherine A. Leavy make default in the payment of the aforesaid dues and interest for a period of six (G) months, or make default in the payment of the taxes assessed against said premises and tne premiums of insurance due upon saidprem. ises, or fail to keep said promises in good re pair as in said deed to secure debt provided* theu, and in either event, the entire amount of said advance,together with all dues, interest, fines and other charges should become due and payable, at the option of said association, and thereupon it should become lawful lor said as sociatiou, its successors and assigns, its attor ney, agent or representative, without furllior notice to said Catherine A. Leavy, to enter upou all and singular the premises thereby conveyed and collect the rents and revenues thereof and to sell and dispose of said premises at public auction at the courthouse door of said county of Glynn, state of Georgia, after first advertising saul sale once a week for four weeks next before the date of sale in some newspaper published in said county, and in us or iheir own name, or as the agent or attorney of said association, w'ho is thereby duly author ized. constituted and app anted the agent or at torney in fact of said association to make and deliver to the purchaser at such sale a good and sufficient deed of conveyance to said property, and out of the proceeds of such sale retain a sufficient sum to pay the following charges, to wit: Ist. All costs of advertising and selling said property, including 10 per cent attorneys’ fees. 2tf. All money or monios paid out and ex pended by said association on uccount of taxes and insurance, or in keeping said premises in good repair. 3d. A sum equal to the full amount of said principal loan or advance, to gether with all unpaid dues, interest, lines up to the day of the sale, less the withdrawal value of fourteen (14) shares of stock of said associa tion at the date of the sale, and render the bal ance, if any there be, to said Catherine A. Leavy, her heirs, administrators or assigns; and Whereas the said Catherine A. Leavy has made default in the payment of the afoiosaid dues or assessments upon said shares of stock fora period ol twenty-eight (28) months up to and including the month of October, 1897, and has made default in the payment of the afore said interest instalments for a period of twenty eight (28) months up to and including the month of October, 1897, and has failed to pay the taxes upon said premises for the year 1896, amounting to the sum of $20.25, w hich sum said association has had to pay, and has made de fault in the payment of insurance premiums upon said premises for the years 1896 and 1897, amounting to $3O, which sum said association has had to pay. Now, therefore, under and by virtue of the pow'er of sale contained in said deed to secure debt from said Catherine A. Leavy to said asso ciation, there will be sold, by the undersigned, attorney for said association, before the court house door of the county of Glynn and state of Georgia, city of Brunswick,on the lirstTuesday in November, 1897, the same being the second day of November, 1897, between the legal hours of sale, to the highest bidder for cash ?' e follow ing described premises, w hich are described and conveyed in said deed to secure debt, to wit: The north forty -five (45) by ninety (90) feet of old town lot number one hundred and six (106), situate, lying and being in the state of Georgia, and county of Glynn and city of Brunswick therein, and in that part of said city of Bruns wick designa'ed upon a map of same made by George R. Baldwin in 1837, as old town; said 45 by 90 feet of old town lot number 106 is bounded as follows, to wit: On the north 9ufeet by Queen’s square, on the east 45 feet by New castle street on the south 90 l'eet bv other part of same lot, and on west 45 feet by Grant street: also the eastern one third [eastern 1-31 of oltl old tow n lot No. one hundred and forty-nine [l49j in said city of Brunswick, containing sixty by ninety [6ox9o] feet, fronting sixty feet on Howe street, and running back along 'Reynolds street ninety feet, bounded on the north by Howe street, on the east by Reynolds street, on the south bv old town lot No. 150 and on the west by the remaining portions of said old town lot No. 149, together witu all and singular ilie rights, members, appurtenances and im provements unto said tracts of laud being, be longing or in any wise appertaining. Said sale had to satisfy the amount of duc3, assessments, interest, lines, taxes, insurance premiums, attorneys’ fees and other charges due by said Catherine A. Leavy to said associa tion on account of the aforesaid advance to the second day of November, 1897, the date of sale, as in said deed to secure debt provided, and also to satisfy the amount due by said Catherine A. Leavy to said association on said original advance or loan, after deducting the value of said fourteen shares of stock in said association on the day of sale, and also to satisfy $— costs and charges of making this sale. Notice of sale given said Catherine A. Leavy and tenants in possession. J. M. CALNAN, Attorney-at-Law r for the American Building, Loan and Tontine Savings Association, of Memphis, Tenn. MADE ME A MAN §AJAX TABLETS POSITIVELY CURE ALL Nervous Diseases— Failing Mem ory, Im potency, Sleepleeanesß, etc., caused by Abuse and other Excesses and Indis cretions. 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