THE JACKSON ECONOMIST
liodg-o No. 383, ( vv in ier) Officers—N.
J. Kelly. W. M , W. ZHill. S. W , J.
H .Tankson, J. W., A. W. Willi inis,
Sec Meets every 2nd Friday a 3o’c ock.
S TANARUS, Ross, N. Or , D Y Hod/ges, V. G.,
W. H. She,its, Sec., H. S. Tieas.
Meei-e every Ist and yrd Monday
1% OFEB HIOKNTAI...
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W. H. QUARTERMAN,
Attorney at Law,
Prompt attention given to ail
legal matters. Insurance and
Real Estate agent.
TjOHIT H. SIKES,
Attorney at Law,B
Offi .e in Jackson Building^"
Wareroom ana residence near
Methodist Church. Office at resi
dence. Hearse and attendance
dr. w. e. SHARP,
WINDER, - GEORGIA,
Office over DeLaPerriere’s drug store.
CONTRACTORS and BUILDERS,
Winder - Georgia.
Plans and specifications furnish
ed on application. A our patron
STONE MOUNTAIN ROUTE.
A. G. JACKSON JOE W. WHITE
Gen’l Pass, Agt. Trav. Pass. Agt.
J. W. KIRKLAND, Pass. Agent,
W, C. BOYKIN, Land Agen.
I Augusta,Ga., March 30th, 1896.
All persons holding lands in the
Counties traversed by the
which they desire to sell, wil
please send descriptions and pri
ces, so that such lands may be ad
vertised in the North ard North
“Description blanks furnished on
W. C. BOYKIN, Land Agent,
Georgia Railroad, Augusta, Ga.
FROM FACTORY AT WHOLE
| SALE PRICES. 1
Save Sealers and Apis
Shipped any where. 150,000 in j
use. Write descriptive circulars
and prices free to
J. H. SNEED, S. M CO.,
Newborn, - .Tenn.
WINDER, GEORGIA FRIDAY AUGUST 20 1890
A word to the wise is sufficient.
If you wish to get your dollars
value you had better stay clear of
of the high price shops who get
from one to two hundred per cent,
profit on all they sell. We believe
in 16 to 1, 16 in your favor and 1
for us. We have ;fl.ced purpose
Jn ronjp-ug oifr-chop,
and that is to gain
Old ones stay with us. Our man
ner in dealing with our c ustcmers
is such, they are so well
pleasedjthey will pull for us all the
while, However, we are never sat
isfied with our number of custom
ers, we always want to increase our
friends. So in order to attract a
iittle more attention, we open up
now besides our special sale already
advertised, a CHEWING TOBAC
CO SPECIAL for a short time.
We happened upon a job lot of
good Toacco that we fully guar
antee at prices hardly to be reach
ed by any wholesale house in the
country. And to show our friends
what we can do, will sell a nice
chew at twenty cents per pound.
The other special articles are still
going like wild fire. Come right
along and get what you want.
Yos, he went to behold ami was con
quered, and the Queen of Sheba, when
she went to visit King Solomon, the
half had not been told. Last Friday
morning about three o’ clock, I was
aroused from my peaceful slumbers by
the barking of flee dogs, and by some
one rushing up the front steps, two at
a time, and shaking the front door as it
a cyclone had struck it. Jumping up,
striking a light, and peering cautiously
out to see if it was burglars, I opuneu
the door and in rushed my better half,
who seemed terribly excited. “Tom
Watson 1” he What is it 1
cried! Is he at’aß*ufateia K
Woman like, I b'egau to ask him a ctoz
eu questions, all in one breath. Did
you see hitn? Did you see him? Were
there many people out? Did they cheer
him much? Twisting his mouth to one
side and shutting one eye, lie said:
‘•You ne e-over saw the like.” Spring
ing off his chair, and rushing madly up
and down the room, waving his arms,
he exclaimed: “There never was or
ever will bo such a man.' 1 If lam in
twenty-five miles of him when he
speaks again 1 am going to hear him.
‘•My dear,” says 1 rasher timidly, I
have always been told that it is danger
ous to fool with a man even when he is so
much as two sheets in the wind. Did
you go to the bar room in Atlanta?
“You go to grass, madam,” he exclaim
ed. Yes, he hoard and saw the great
Tom Watson, the man of maguetic in
fiuence, who so thrills and electrodes
his audience, that he can make them
laugh or weep at his pleasure. Who by
simply waving his hand can quiet a
multitude of 5,000 people. 1 myself, af
ter reading his speeches, have often
wished I could help him battle for the
rights of our “Bonnie Southand” and
restore her to her former prosperity,
and into full sisterhood with the North
ern and Eastern states.
Why is it we never have any presi
dent or vice-president from the South?
Why docs the land look so desolate, the
people are leaving Gecg* flocking
to ojfi'.nr eta (os. ’’
proud of you.- fellow countrymen, and
to think he was born and bred on Geor
gia soil. Every Georgian who has a
spark of patriotism in him ought to
vote for him regardless of party or
prejudice. Show him that you appre
ciate what he has done for the people.
Don’t wait until he is dead and build
him a monument, but show your appre
ciation now. Wnat a strange thing is
the human mind, in him as verified the
ancient adage, “An honest man is the
noblest work of God. ” Why is it this
man who is so physically weak, with
the gigantic brain, and great heart that
beats in unison with the laboring class
es, by his magical eloquence, and ad
hereiug to principles has so endeared
himself to the people that’s his friends,
would gladly lay down their life for
him To them he is not Mr. Watson or
the Honorable Mr. Watson, but just
Tom, Tommie, our Tom.
He has the foresight of Hill combined
with the cautious shrewedness of
Stephens, and tempered with just
euough of the flerv impetuosity of Bona
part, to make him a leader suitable for
the times. Step by step almost alone
and single handed, he has fought his
way amidst a storm of abuse and con
tumely until to day he stands as one of
the grandest, most patriotic men in
Arnerioa. Is it any wonder the people
idolize him? To whom shall thj tnrn
for deliverance' Where it,' the Moao. -
if not him, then who? If ever the peo
ple needed a leader now is the time.
Western people, join with us and help
us get our rights, Wo bear our Noth
eru and Eastern brothers no malice, bat
we think after cowering and cringing
at the feet of our conquerors lor over
thirty years, it is time to unite in ear
nest. Our troubles before were settled
by bullets aud bayonets; let us hope
they will be settled differently this
time. It is said, “The pen is
than the sword.” Hoping there is’
some truth in this we will assail them
with tongue and pen, and pray the Al 4
mighty that he will endow our orators!
and public men with divine eloquence
aud the wisdom of Solomon to outwtfg
our enemies. D. D. m
South Carolina famers are using
the wire for thejr cotton. <'■*
anything to break the trust.