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THE BRUNSWICK TIMES-CALL
VOLUME XI. NUMBER 138.
COUNCIL HELD SPIRITED
SESSION LAST NIGHT
Mr Tobias Newman Named as
Alderman
ALLOWANCE FOR
HARVEY STOPPED
Two Members Heal Beam
Electei
BUILDING PERMIT GRANTED
The Official Proceedings of the
Busy Meeting of Our City
Fathers.
REGULAR MEETING.
Brunswick, Ga., Ftb. 7, 1901.
Present —Hon. N. Emsouel, Mayor,
alderman du B.gacn, Brieseaic'a,
Bloodworth, CMhaun and McGarvey.
Absent—Alderman Abrams and Cox.
Minutes of last meeting read arid
approved.
Messrs. A. V. Wood acd Moses D ;n
--ul were e'ected members of Board of
Health.
Mr. TANARUS, Newmen was elected a mem
ber of board of aldrrman to fill vacancy
oaused by resignation of Mr. A. E.
Wer z.
Applications for retail liquor lioense
read and granted to following: Tbos.
Foley, J. E Sheppard, L. Goldsmith
& Cos., Robert Levlsoo, Msr., 3. D.
Levadas, Walters & Flanders.
Petition of A. Lszirus to erect frame
building corner of London street and
Coekran avenue. Granted.
Report of F E Twitty, city attorney
in regard to caee of Mrs, Ea is T
Danfortb, aamx. estate of Lswis W.
Harris vs. the Mayor and Conuoil.
Received.
Report of W. F. Symons, acting
City Treasurer, referred to Finance
committee, to be published wbeu ap
proved.
RESOLUTIONS
By Aldermen du Bignon—
Be it and it is hereby resolved by the
mayor and aldermen of the city of
Brunswick in council assembled, That
the mayor be atd ho is hereby author
ized to execute on behalf of tbe mayor
and council of tbe city of Brunswick
au agreement for arbitration as to tbe
value of the premises in tbe cr.se of
JEolia TANARUS, Danfortb, administratrix of
Lewis TV. Harris vs. the mayor and
council of the city of Brunswick.
Be it further reeolved, That R. R
Hopkins be and he is hereby appointed
as arbitrator to repreaeut tbe gmty in
such arbitration. Adopted.
By Alderman McGarvey—
Be it and it is hereby resolved by the
Mayor and aldermen of the oity of
Brunswiok in counoil assembled That
ihe clerk of council is empowered to
•How any owner, agents or represen
tatives of the owner, to redeem any
property now owned and held by tbe
oity for taxes, the oity to quit claims
on the following conditions ; that all
costs, together with all taxes due, be
paid with interest, at tbe rate of 7 per
cent, on or before the first day of July
1991, and that tbe city printer is hereby
instructed to keep this resolution
published daily during this period,
provided however, that eaid redemp
tion is made (n or before the first day
of July, 1901. Adopted.
By Aldermen Calhoun—
Waereas, upon tbs petition of the
mayor and council of the oity of Bruns
wick, in the case of ..aid mayor and
couuoil vs. U. B. Htrvpy, Mrs. M. L,
Harvey et ah,the judge of the superior
court of the Brunswick circuit granted
an order placing the propt.rt> of H. B.
EUrvey, ex oily treasurer, in tbe hands
of a reoeiver, a rd also granted an ordsr
allowing; tbe family of the said Harvey
to have the use of the hon e aid
premises where said Harvey resides
and all house hold and kitchen furni
ture, etc., end,
Whereas, Toe court further directed
said receiver to pay to his said family
one-half of tbe rents and income from
the defendant’s property up to the sum
of jeventy-five dollars per month ; aud,
Whereas, said H. H. Htrvoy admits
in feis answer to said petition that he
transferred his said properly t j himself
as trustee for his wife tnl children
after he had acknowledged that he wa
chargfd with a shortage as such oity
treasurer; end,
Whereas, tbe defendant H. H Har
vey is and capable ol pro
viding a proper and sufficient support
for bis said family; and,
Whereas, it is‘-nfair and improper
that such moneys should be paid the
defendants from said property, but
should be held in custody of the court
to await a final adjudication of tbe
rights of the mayor and council in
said oase:
Therefore be it, and it is hereby re
solved, by th 3 mayor 6nd aldermen of
the oity of Brunswick in council assem
bled, That the city attorney be, and he
is hereby directed to prepare a petition
to be submitted to the judge of the
superior court of said county, asking
that the erdor granted by said court be
annulled and revoked in so far aa It
dirscu payment to the defendant Mrs.
Mattie L. Harvey of one-half of Ike
r nts and income from defendant’s said
property up to seventy five dollars
per month. Adopted.
By A derman Brieseaick
Be it, and it is lieroby resolved, by
the Mayor and Aldermen of the City
o, Brunswick, in Council assembled,
BRUNSWICK, GA. FRIDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 8 1901
I! IS SI SIS
Sill IIS
Mor Says a Fine Hotel
Will in Built
Ml NOI VERIFIED
No One Who is Vested With Aun
thority to Talk Will
Do So.
The Timbs-Call haa it from &and au
thentic source that instead of wanting
to purobaae the Cumberland Island ho
tel property, the Southern railway
will invest at St,.Simon, if a suitable
hotel site ran be purchased. Some
davs ago s rumor was current in At
lanta that the big road was anxious to
get a resort, and it was thought that
Cumberland was the desired spot, but
an invesiigation disclosed tbe fact that
St, Simon is the place.
At the sale of tbe Cumberland prop
erty acme days ago, she Southern had
no representative present, and the fact
that the hotel property brought only
SIO,OOO, is proof positive that tbe
Siu’hern managers had tbeir eyes on
something else.
The opening of St. Simou again and
a god r-i.I end hack of it, mentis that
it would become the most popular re J
sort on tbe South A‘ iantio coast.
HON. C. O. HOUSTON COMING.
Will Address the Organized Labor of
Th s City at an Early Date.
Hon. C. C. Hous on, one of the able
representatives of Fulton courny in the
Georgia legislature, has accepted an in
vitation to address the organiz a labor
of Brunswick at an early date.
Col. Hous on is regarded as one of the
best orators in the State, aed his ad
dress here will b a gem . The labor
ques'ion is Mr. Houston’s favorite sub
j ct.
ARE ENFORCING iHO LAW.
Chief Burney’s men are arresting
those who persist ia violating ths ord -
nance which requires lights on bicycles
efier dark, and the mayor is fining
the violators.
That the Spicia! Committee ou jExron
sion of Cochran avenue through Oak
Grove cemetery, be, aiui they are hereby,
empowered to open said avenue, and to
mske the best possible contract in mak
ing said extension.
The Mayor ard all members of Coun
cil added to commuted . Adopted.
Ordinance consolidating office of
clerk and trersurer, read first time.
All accounts properly approved and
audited, were read, and orde red placed
in course of settlement.
Adjourned.
W, F. Symons,
* Clerk of Ciuncil.
For Croup use CHENEYS
EXPECTORANT
ill il
I ■ ■
Crack ia Nortii Si if
Mill
IT IS GETTING HER
The County Commissioners are
Goits to Have Something
Tone.
The ertok in tbe Glynn county court
bouse caused by a weak foundation is
getting larger and unless something
is done la the r ear future the building
will be dangerous, if not already so.
Within & short time after the ereo
tiou of the building th* crack started
on tbs east end and now it has gone
through the entire etruoiure.
The stone fljor in some places is
caved in and any number of meu on
second or third fljor would be unwise.
Toe county commissioners have tak
en tbe matter iu hand and are figuring
on some remedy.
Henry Hirsh serves drinks at the
Aread.-, g<> there and call for him.
SPECIAL AT HVt TION.
For one week only Lunette, the
flying ; ly, a beautiful woman while
a*, y.tifc i tl once if hypoo Bin Hie
in mid air wi’hiu visible means of
support, defying the aw a of gravita
tion. The greatest hypnotic act of ’lie
20th century, a refitted and moral en
tertainment for iadiee, gentlemen and
children. Admbsion to all 10 cents.
Open daily from 2 r<> 4 p. m and from
6tolo p hi. Comm u ciog tody, in
the vaoaut store next to the Siutbern
Express Cu’s . offi ip.
SH P NO MCE.
Nei'her the masier, owners o r con
signees of tn e Norwog'si bark Fosei
don will be respoosibl ■ fo* anv debts I
con reeled by tbe crew <>r rapt snip,
Hansen, Mast 1 r.
DEATH OF A JOURNALIST.
Washshington, Fab. 7.—Jesse W.
Jarvis Doan, newspaper correspondent
beic, died this afternoon, of pn -umonia.
WASHINGTON NEWS.
Appropriations Amount to a Bi lii n
I Dollars.
Washington, Feb. 7.—The houte
post office appropriation bill passed the
sena’e. The naval appropriation bi 1
was reported frem tho committee in
naval all drs. Principal item of increase
is for ths purchase of ccal. makictr &p
--pria'.ions lor purpose two millions. Item
for new war ships, struck out. Subsidy
bll was taken up th s afternoon. Alli
son, chairman of the committee on ap
propriations, says the appropriations
th'S year will be near a billion dollars.
FIRST CHURCH JUVENILES.
Toe members of First Chorea Juve
niles are requested to meet at the
chursh this afternoon promptly at
3:30. Mrs. C. K. Wai'e,
Manager,
MAMMOTH COMBINATION
OF CHICAGO PACKERS
Armour, Swift and Morris are
Negotiating
THE .COMING ATTRACTIONS
Sprightly little Una Clayton will
doubtless be greeted by an ent’. usiastio
house on Saturday aLernoon, as she
proved herself a very pipular little
soabrette last year when she was here
MBs Clayton has in her company
several members who have been great
favorites here on the several occasions
they have appeared,
Miss Clayton’s engagement is for a
Saturday matinee and night. ‘‘Frou
Frou” will be presented in tbs after
noon, and “The Sultan’s Daughter” tor
the night’s performance. Tha bes
seats in the house will be fifty cents at
might; fur the malices the prices will be
fifteen and twenty-five cents. Beats on
sale at Buds’.
Mr. Creston Clarke, who makes his
tir-t appeara oe in Brunswick on Tues
day next, is tbe ton of the celebrated
c media", John S. Clarke, while his
in itl er was the sister of E lw n 800 he,
whom Creston Clarke strongly rcsmblns.
Manager Wolffs talcs particular
Ila .sure in being able to sc.u.-o th s
S atmguished actor, when “i na La t of
hi Rt't” w:J I b j prodne-d .
MGa Adelaide Prince, who is ’the
Hading lady in Mr. Clarke’s company,
has bad experience under that ablest of
managers, the late Augu=t Day, who e
she appeared with Miss Ada flehau for
four consccu'ive seasons. Miss Piiuce
bis also won renown In London and
Paris. The magoifle-nt gow .3 worn ij
Miss Prince in her portray •• • of “Mari, ]
de Ntuv'lle ” a eau j of Pa- s a“
specialH worthy of mention.
NOTEd.
Tin irtvanui rate for Una Clayton
and Creston (.'lnks art both on, fet
Bat's’ diug stoic.
Bruusw.ck theatre goers who desire
to see a flrst-clas production nave an
opportunity to do so by attending the
performance of “Tee Last of Bis
Race,” which will ba presented by
Creston Clarke and a company of
wenty artiste. The play has been pre
sented in all tbe larger citias with
marked success. Mr. Clarke carries a
car load of scenery, and the staging of
'his romantie play is made a special
feature.
“A Trip to Cuimtown” is billed for
tbe 1 u U of ibis month.
Alwaysjready to greet you with a
smile is Henry Illrsh at the Arcade.
GENERAL MISSIONARY CONFER
ENCE M. E. CHURCH, SOUi'II.
New Orleans, La,, April 21 30th, 1901.
Fer tbe above occasion, * the Plant
System will sell tickets from Bruns
wick to New Orleans, La., at the rate
of *19.65 for round trip. To be sold
April ,22, 23, 24, with final limit May
2nd.
PRICE FIVE CENTS
IT MEANS HIGHER
PRICES FOR MEAT
Small 'Pacta' arc ta lie
Iwmh
GREAT I STOCK
It is Said to be Figured at a Hun
dred Jand Thirty Million
Dollars.
Chicago, Feb. 7.—The Chicago Amer
esn, W. K. Hearst’a paper, says today
that the following packing firms are fig
uiing on a consolidation: Armour & Cos.,
Nelson, Morris & Cos., Swift & Cos.,
and It is also slated that ike capital
stock of iho combination will bo one
hundred and thirty li.-u millions.
The s atrme.it 1? pen ra ly thought to
be true, as representatives of these g eat
concert a \ ave been negotiating for some
time. .....
The c mbica'lin would mean a trust,
and a rust would mean a great advance
n meets.
CIVIL DOCKET TAKEN UP.
ji . a City C i f A juurne Until Fourth
M dv ia March.
In the City oc urt y terJay tbe civil
w .sta .s/i up. Af er tbs day’s
Bsgi;nt, rtie c tm a j .irned until the
l'-it hM md y ii vle-ch. Following
is a natrdof th and y’- work :
R. Y. Ia :: vs. F. E. Twitty. Suit
on note ,Ju g;u nt f r plaintiff.
Mrs. Minnie raldtt.n vs. B. & W.
Railroad O' Damages, Dismissed at
plaint fl’a cost?
w. H. Bowen vs. Cnnzeiman B. & C.
Cos. Suit on account. Judgment for
plaintiff
Barrett Manufacturing Cos. vs. A. H.
Baker Complaint. Verdict and judg
ment for plaintiff.
H. S. McCrary vs. Giorge E Smith
and G. W. White. Suit on notss.
Judgment for plaintiff.
Jobe E. Moore ve. IVhite & Smith.
Suit on note. Judgment for plaintiff.
S J. Ripley, reoelver, vs. W. B. Bur
roughs. Suit oil note. Judgment for
plaintiff,
A. A. Flamers vs. Des Roches, Pen
ney it Cos. Attachment, Judgment
for plaintiff.
Thomas J- Mitchell vs. Southern
Railway Cos. Damages. Verdict for
defendant.
State vs. Frank Dillard. Larceny
from the house. Second count. Judg
ment of guilty. Sentenced to twelve
months, or $75 and costs.

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