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The Bnuiswifk limes-
Established 1889.
The Brunswick Call.
Established IH9J-
The lironswick Times-Call,
CON SO 1.1 DATE I) 1900.
Published
KVEKY MOKNINU EXCEPT tMONOAY.
BYR. A. MULLINS, LESSEE.
The Times-Call will ue delivered 17 cen ter
or mell per veer, {O'O'); per week 10 cents. Cor
respondents on live subjects solicited. Keel
name of writer should accompany same. bn b •
ecrlptions payable in advance.
Address all communications to
Tlir TIMER-CALL,
Brunswick, (fa.
■TO SUBSCRIBERS:
Snbscribcrri are requested to notify the office
when they fall to get any Issue of the Times-
Call. attention to this matter will bo ap oe
etatcd hv the publishers
lilt H. HY IS
DECLARED if GUILTY
Continued from first page
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& 00. 1 wroti to O B. Green & Cos.,
to get a statement of what my transac
ttoos had boan, and got A brains to
make a statement of wliat Iliad done
witn him, and J took them down to
Mr. Macon, aud told bun that was all
the money I had lout in speculation?,
that that was all the speculating I >.ad
done during the time tne> ;oitag. waa
claimed to have occurred. He sermedi
not to be Batietied with it, auil asaed
me If I had n it done some buiinesa with
Heidt & freeze and Price, MoCorm ok
& Cos., and 1 told bun that 1 usd never
done any thing with Price, McCormick
& Cos., but that 1 had had au account
with Heidt &Freezs, but that was be
fore 1 went iuto tne treasurer’s util le, 1
thought. 1 told him tbai 1 had writ
ten to them for a statement of what i
had done with them, aud that if they
sent on the aooount mat 1 would de
liver it to hlui. 1 wrote them sevcal
letter*, trying to get an account front
them. 1 wrote live dltl reut times,
I never received any reply at all. 1 saw
hy the papers one day that Mr. Jake
Lleaner was in New York, and us he ib
a friend of mine, I wrote him to go to
Heidt & Freer 1 at 6i) Broadway. and
ask them to give him a statement 01
any hueinesa I had with them, aud told
him that he could abow that letter to
iham as his authority, and ask them if
that was not sufficient, to wire me aud
1 would wire them direct, A few days
after that i got a letter from Mr. Lea
ner. saying that he had been down to
Heidt & Freeze, but they claimed the
1
old Arm of H*idt & Freeze had gone
out of business and that the new Him
of Heidt, Freczs & Cos., were doing
business at the same place, but that
they did not have any of the books of
tbe old Arm and could not give me a
statement I knew that I had nc bad
any acoouut with them sinoe February
1, 1897.
Now at to that entry of $7,600, shat
Mr. Bussell says wan on the back*
wbeo he oheoked it up—that note for
$7,600 -be it entirely mistaken ab ir
that, it was not on there when be
checked the books up. When Mr
B idet wat checking np the books, and
found tbit apparent shortage, he called
my attention to this i an of $7,600 1
seems to me that when he found it, he
oalleil my attention t(-;be fact that 1
had not entered it on my cash book,and
I look and entered it under the month
where it tbould bare burn entered, in
tending to make tbs correction!* in the
balance and footings and bring It down
correctly, but Mr. Uodot, after looktug
Over the book' again, told me tha' it
wou and put b<m to too uiuoh trouble to
obange ail book, and suggested that 1
•rase it, which 1 did. Uu aUo when
Mr. Bray was uere checking up the
books, told him In iuy presence that
that was the way it came to be erased.
Mr. Kassel! is mwitakin aoout Its bes
mg on there when ke_ caecked the
bookß,
There has been an effort made to
show that 1 spent considerable money
tu elections. I wa it to say to you
gentleman, thit I never spent any large
amount of mooey i t electu ns. but whatv
ever amounts I have sp,-.nt in elf etions
or in sp 'Co luting’ it bai been my own
individual money I never have used
any of the City's money whatever for
my own benefit, it has all bee 1 pro*,
perly expended for tbe bemtit of tho
city i have never spsnt tnuoh money
ou speculations. AH I lost on speculat
ions during the limr the shortage is
claimed o nave occurred was some
thing over SOOO.OO, as shown by those
statements. One of the statements
shows tint 1 lost $i,2(>0.00. A part of
that I lost before 1897, aid there was a
protl, in Mr. Abram’s company of
something like $300,00, so that would
bring my entire losses on speculation
down to something less than $900,00,
and ill's $300,00 that I lost prior to
1897, so that would bnug my losses by
speculations down to something less
toanftOOO.OO during the time Ibty claim
ed this snortige occurred.
1 have never lived cxiravagamly, 1
have thrown away very little man -y,
aid 1 have had an income wbioh
amonoted to cons derable, tli >u $lO3
00 uer month, and 1 had during the
time mutuoined, disposed of some pro
perty 1 sold a piece of proparty, a
house and lot down on the coiner of
Howe and Richmond Street, or Rey
nolds, to Mr. Feudig for, 1 think, S7OO,
00, and l sold Hrobston, Fendig & Com
piny an insurance business for $3,250,
00. Besides tha , l have borrowed a
lints mooey duriug that time. 1 know
of $1,0t0,00 1 borrowed last year, bu. I
do not now recollect of another atnouut
1 borrowed ju.t at this time.
1 think, living as T have, there can be
no q lesuon 'bat 1 have lived exocp
Within my means, aud that iny iuqome
would cover auy loss that I bad in
speculations or t lat 1 spent in eleotiins,
and leave me a good balance.
As lo my income, I hud un insurance
bustuese at paid ruo about $125,00
per month, 1 .had my salary as City
Treasurer of if. 1(0,00 par month, out of
which I paid mj Deputy $40,00, which
left me s(>:>,oo. 1 represented the New
South Mu iid lug &. Loan Association,
which paid me on h j average of auout
$75,00 per monih; my rent accoun
aou)anted to about $150,00 por month
net, which made u total of something
over $403,00 per mioth.
iam satielled that any one knowing
the way 1 have lived, have no doubt
about my living wiihiu my means, 1
have always from my boyhood up tried
to live aa honest up right life,
1 am told by my friends that 1 am
considered honest, 1 believe that 1
heir a g rod reputation, that 1 bear a
reputation of an hornet man, ae my
father did before me.
I have not used one dollar of the
City’s money or any one else*
1 do not t unk that 1 have anything
else io say.
P there is auy point that aly one of
you g -utlemen wish, to ask me about,
i will be glad to answer it
For .LaGrippe and Influ
enza use CMENEY’B EX
PECTOKAN
S crliirg silv**rware is appropriate for
weddings. Wo carry a good stock,
('id and etc it Kennon Mott, jeweler.
Mls- Mamie M.nilh, M iddlethoro. Ivy,, writes
"Mv Utile slater hud the croup very 1 *ave
her several doe of killer's Holier and Tar and
ue mu ItUttui.y relieved, it raved her life.
W. J. Butts.
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When you give a present let it be
good. We have a nice line of wedding
gifts. Call and see itiern.
lieouon Moll, Jeweler.
BKUNBWIOA IIMES-OAIL, SUNDAY, OCTOBER 6, 1901
WOMAN
IS LIKE A 00.1 GATE '
MUSICAL IHSTSUiMEKT
In good condition she is sweet and lovable,
and sings life's song on a joyful harmonious
string. Out of order or unstrung, there Is
discordance and unhappiness. 'Just as there
is one key note to all music so there is one key
note to health. A woman might as well try
to fly without v/ings as to feel well and look
well while the organs that make her a woman
are weak or diseased* She must be healthy
Inside cr she can’t be heakhy outside. There
are thousands of women suffering silently all
over the count-y. Mistaken modesty urges
their silence. V/hiie there is nothing more
admirable than a modest woman, health ts
of the first importance. Every other con
sideration should give way before it. Brad
fieiu's Female Regulator is a medicine foi
women’s ills. It is
thesafestandquick- flirts, w.
est v/ay to cure leu- \
corrhea, fading of tf.' 1 ;' A
the womb, nervous- g'jl >! 1
ness, headache, B v ;|ij i
backache and gen- | j 1
eralweakness. You |j I I
will be astonished— |y: 5 \ vB-* -*• vy
at the result, j| mVjiLA/*- Jf
pecially if you have .
been experiment- :}‘Y^Nil
Ing with ot.er so- ! 1 Cvttp
called remedies. if
We are not. asking j !Jgf
iainty. Bradfleld’s .j
Sold in drug stores |fl lj|
RECULAIORCO. li
Atlanta, Cos. < * a * s - v
HALF OOTLE
of medicine compounded from
PURE, FRESH. DRUGS
is worth maoy a full bottle of thgt prepared
from goods which have deteriorated
through age or anj- other cause.
We use only drugs which p iesess all the
qualities that make them affective.
PRESCRIPTIONS
filled here are done accurately. Quantity
aud quality are right.
We carry a full line of Proprietary med
icines.
Smitn’s Pharmacy.
’.Phone 222.
CASTOR IA
For Infants and. Children.
'lie Kind You Have Always Bought
Bears tue S# T~~
Signature o
jPpßipl
KI Rojncvwi sU Coras, Bunions and Warts, JlflS
without yaltt, speedily aoti permanently JR
* Ali Druggists sell Abbott's m
r\j? 47k Sac: Ikulaw Cobh Fadit.
W. J, i?Utt’B.
W.Jiil'Tlo ■
School Notices.
The school of tbe Sisters of S',
Joseph will open on M .-ndsy, Sep ,
30,h, at the c imer uf Richmond and
Howe streets.
The private senool of Miss F. G
Nightingale wiij open on M itidsy 8-pt
30 th at her res deDoe on Carpenter
Street.
Mis~er Gate sohooi will open Sept.
30ch, 1901, a! 708 E nireet. This echool
has a graded ouur-e of study in cue
primary, preparatory and academio
depar menth They usm every endeavor
Cos promote the beol t>, to irain t;e
mind end to educate tbe judgement,
and the morals of the pnptis.
FOUND—One butiobof key-.. Owner
oanhavethe same by catling at this
office and paying for ttu=i ad
Sk-s IfH lr#i f-“la fe
Uj i
Dyspepsia Care
Digests *vhs.t you ©at._
Itartificially digests the food ado aids
Nature Id strengthening uud recon
structing the exhautitetl digestive or
gans. It 13 the hite.std iscovered digest
ant and iocie Ho cither preparatiot
can approach it in efficiency. It in
stantly relievesand permanently cures
Dyspepsia, indigestion, Heartburn
Flatulence, Sour Stomach, Nausea
Sick Headache, Uastralgia Cramps and
all other results of imperfect digestion.
Price 50c. and 81. Large size contains 2H times
small’sire-, *<--->‘v !i nbouidyspep-si.’* malledfret
-■ '-tk'-T- -Mcoqe
GHANDIILLINhRY
OPENING. -
Mrs. Earle, 203 Newcastle
street is prepared with the
best, cheapest millinery and
fancy goods in the city.
Ladies invited.
CITATION,
GEORGIA—GIynn County:
51 r. Amanda Moore, having made applica
tion for twelve month’s support out of the
I' estate ol <!ohn <J Moore, ana appraisers duly
appointed to set apart the same having tiled
their ret rn. all persons concerned are hereby
required to show c use before the court of
Ordinary of said county on the first Monday in
October, 1901, why said application should not
hpgranted. This sth day of September, 1901.
HORACE DART, Ordinary.
DEATH QUICKLY FOLLOWS
DISEASED KIDNEYS.
Death soon follows from diseaseo
kidneys unless a cure is made by taking
tho old reliable Stuart’s Gin and Buohu
The followtng symptons indicate' the
approach of Bright’s Disease or Dta
bees and Kidney tronbl : Puffy or
darkoiroles under the eyes, ea<luw,
yellow complexion, dull, heavy besd
acbes, dizzy tired feeling, faint spells,
pain or dull ache lu the back, urir
cloudy, milk like or stringy, dark in
oolor or offensive, painful scalding
sensation in passing orice, obliged 10
go often duaing the day or nigh 1 '. There
is a cure in Stuarts Gio and Buohu. I
a the one remedy you can rely on. I
will oorreot all of tbeie symptoms and
permanently cure even Br.ghi’s dis
ease after all other treatments fail
Stuart’s Gin and Buchn wiil reutrsL
ize the urine and cause it to flow in a
perfectly natural manner. A high grade
k’dney care, The most perfect made.
Stnart’s Gin and Buchn thotoughls
Tested for the past twenty years. I<
gives life, p iwer and vigor to the kid
neys thus making the bl< od red and
nourishing. Try this grand old rem
edy. Druggists or by express prepaid
sl. Describe trouble and free advice
about kidneys given. Stuart Drug Cos.
34 Wall St. Atlanta, Ga..
FOUND—A silver bracelet Owner
can have the same by calling at Timee-
Call office and psying for this ad.
& m c? &
1 ‘ h : - m
AVegeiable IVe patalion for As
- ttieFoc-J andßeguia
ling the Stomachs and Bowels of
Promolcs Lui'eslion,Cheerful
ness and Rest Cpsitaiffs neither
Opium.Morpltine nor 1-lineral.
Not NAk c otic .
JierYpe of Old DrSAMCLIPIIVJm
ftsnrpftm Sezil ~ ,
dUx.&’tttu* * j
liockt.; Sells - f
Ani, tff Seed ■* t
Affrgnnint -i
lit C&bo'iicilsSodu + I
HSnpJfarl - I
Cfmifitd .fagw j
DRikrytxTfut flavor. J
l Aperfecl Remedy forConslipa-
Tion, Sour Sromach, Diarrhoea
Worms .Convulsions.feverish
ness andLoss OF SUSEP.
Facsimile Signature of
NEW ' ’ T)RK
EXACT COPY OF WRAPPER.
■NAY?<
eai am in Franklin
Said
■i only reed vo visit 'be zrnve yard of a
-wTriniunlty to know the ..anicter o> the
..v'.pie.’ •
Is Your Lot rradltabla
We can help you Wede-mn and exes
cute anything from the simple Krave mark
o the most elaoorate monument or man.
solemn.
For High Grade Work-
We can save you money. Come and
see us is all we ask. 1
REED LaMANuE Mgr.
(12 Monk Street
J. .1. LIaSNER,
VHOI 4.UD
Groceries, lobacco, flour, Bacon and
Pri)vislo.,s
GRAIN, HAY AND BRAN A SPECIALTY
H , j >v-pwit’k, rri.
DOWNING, PRESIDES! E H MASON VICE- I’K IBIDEM E. D. WALTER, GASHIZB
IME NATIONAL BAr K OF BRUNSWICK,
CAPITAL $150,000
LOANS—DISC CUM'- FXC HAM E-CCLLHO ONS.
- sAfi met boxes m see—
I iff* re S’ Allowed On Deposits in f-aviogs Departmei t
DIH ECTOKS
fOSEPiI W BENNET, O, DOWNING, ALBERT FENDIG,
Judge Brunswick Circuit. Pres DowningCo of Brobston, Fendig & 00.
V G. BRANTLEY, ® H MASON; E D. WALTER,
M. C. 11th Qa Diet of E H Mason & Oo Cashier
HENRY P. i ALMAOGE : Pres. Southern Pine Cos., New York
EESTOBII
For Infants and Children.
Ths Kind You Have
Always Bought
Bears the I i
Signature y /iw
■- w.
h Jjv In
Use
\j For Over
Thirty Years
emu
THE CCNTAkJft COMPANY. CIEW YORK CITY.

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