THEY WANTED JUSTICE.
And They Got If, but the Lawyer*
Got All Their Property.
I' corn Texas Siftings.
He wanted justice. Yon could *ee
that in his eyes afar off. He didn’t
want a little bit of justice weighted
out in a gingerly manner and doi e
up Ju a coarse brown paper, but he
wanted justice by the carload, and at
wholesale rales, lie hitched his old
wh.to horse and dilapidated buggy in
front ot the drug store, mounted the
stairs running up outside of the second
story, and his ryes brightened as the\
rested on the tin sign on the door:
“George Baxom, Attorney at Law.”
The lawyer was in, so was a s2dc®k,
two lu cent chair®, a huge cuspidoi,
and a dirty stove.
“I’m Jim White, sir. Live out b}
Gray s corner. Bought the Tompkins
farm, you know.”
“Skinner ji u s farm> with me. Ills
steers got into my corn. 1 want dam
ages, but he laiighsai me. I turned
my hogs into his hater patch.”
“Good. I like a man of spunk.”
“And he kills one ol ’em."
“He kills a hog worth $2.”
on don’t say ! Well, that man
ought to bo made to understand dial
liedoesn i own this country. Have you
“Oh, yes; and he said lie would like
to shoot me.”
“Is it possible? Why, he is a dan
gerous man ; very dangerous.”
“I came to ask you if—if”—
“Why, of course, you have the best
kind of a case against him, audit is
your duty to push it.”
es; I want justice; but—how
“Oh, the cost will oe nothing. Just
leave me $5 as a retainer, and we’ll
make Skinner sweat. I hayen’t heard
oi such an outrage for years. He
probably reasons that you arc chick
en-hearted and afraid of him.”
“Well, he’ll find that, the Whites
have as much grit as the Skinners.”
“And a9 much money to law with.”
I hat s the talk, we’ll make him a
veiy sick man. Tour case appeals to
me as a citizen us well as a lawyer and
now, we will secure a wairant as a
Skinner visits the other lawyer in
the same village, and the conversa
tion is about, the same; and White
got a warrant for Skinner and Skinner
gets a war rant for White.
first Year—Two adjournments, a
disagreement, twenty-four days’ lost
time and a cash expense of ssß* to each
Second Year—Three trials, one dis
agreement, four adjournments, oue
appeal and a cash expense ot $l5O to
each farmer. Time lost, thirty-fit e
Third Year—Two trials, two ap
peals, two decisions and two farms
ito the hands of two lawyers.
Send your address to H, E. Bucklen
( <>., Chicago, and got a free sample
box of Dr. King’s Near Life Pills. A
tiial will convince you of l/ieir merits.
These pills are easy in action and are
particularly effective in the cure of
constipation and Sick Headache. For
Malaria and Liver Troubles they hare
been proved invaluable. They are
guaranteed to be perfectly fie® from
every deleterious substance and to be
purely vegetable. They do not weaken
by their action, tut by their giving
tone to the stomach and bowels
greatly invigorate the system. Regu
lar size 25c per box. Sold by R. G.
Wednesday evening of this week sev
en lone fishermen left Jackson for an
evening’s entertainment on the wilds
neai I ittinan s Ferry. The gang con
sisted of Dr. W. C. Bryant, Dr, Crum,
Henry Gunn, John McDonald, R. T.
Watkins, Ed Huson, and Will Webb,
all of whom were well equipped with the
necessities of a jumped up fishing excur
sion. Aftei reaching the river. Dr.
Crum forgot that he left his boat at
home, sc he proceeded to hang himself
on a limb and fish from the bank, while
Watkins and Bryant made trot line® 01
themselves by tying kooks around their
necks and swimming back and forth
across the river. Henry Gunn cf ught an
eel and gave McDonald 25c to take it ofl
the hook, then baUed his pole and be
gan fishing along the banks for bull
frogs. Ed Huson and Will Webb perch
ed themselves on a large rock, when
the river slipped and they went head
over heels in the water. After flound
ering around for awhile and scaring all
the fish down below Macon, they suc
ceeded in crawling out and hung them
selves up in a tree to dry. Taken all in
all it was a most deightful occasion,
and alter swapping off all the superflu
ous clothing the party started back to
Jackson with a string of fish consisting
of two small cats, one mud cat, an eel,
and three “Crawley bottoms” at an
expense of three vests, one coat, an un
dergarment and a hat. If that crowd
can t catch ern with a hook, they can
just give a Gipsy ten in the deal end
beat him trading. They always come
back with fish, no matter whether the
river is clear or muddy.
HOW THEY STAND.
The following list shows how the
candidates for governor stand up to
today—Thursday morning :
Merriwcther 4 Richmond 0
Baldwin 2 Terrell 2
Coffee 2 Elbert 2
Clinch 2 Bartow 4
Douglass 2 Telfair 2
Cherokee 2 Lincoln 2
Oconee 2 Hall 4
Taliaferro 2 Mu nay 2
Gwinnett 4 Clay 2
Monroe 4 Floyd t
Butts 2 DeKalb 4
Milton 2 Whitfield 2
Irwin 2 Lowndes 2
Jefferson 4 Randolph 2
Wilkes 4 Echols 2
Muscogee 4 Fulton I
Troup 4 Clark 2
Carroll 4 Pumam 2
Dodge 2 Dade 2
Glasscock 2 Camden 2
McDuffie 2 While 2
Fannin 2 Sumter 4
Glynn 2 Warren 2
Hancock 4 Walker 2
Macon 2 New on 2
Coweta 4 J-ackson 4
Chattahoochee 2 s..aiding 2
Catoosa 2 Ware 2
Emanuel ■ 2
Total 146 Total 78
Many such flood the market. Bo
tanic Blood Balm is a conscientiously
compounded medicine, the result of
forty years practice by an eminent
physician. It is the best blood puri
fier ever offered to the public, and is
guaranteed to cure if given a fair trial.
Try it for all skin and blood diseases,
including catarrh and rheumatism in
its worst form. One bottle of it con
tains more curative and building-up
virtue than a dozen of any other kind.
Try “The Old Reliable.” See adver
THE STATE OONVENT/ON,
When we meet in convention the
democratic party of Georgia should
this resolution : We hereby reconsecrate
ourselves, and declare our' allegiance to
the Chicago platform, as constructed bv
the party in ’92, and advocated from a
million stumps all over this continent.
We fully endorse our congressmen, who
voted against the unconditional repeal
of the Sherman act, and for the coinage
seigniorage, notwithstanding the opposi
tion to the measure by the administra
tion. And we rerere the last act of the
lamented Colquitt, who voted for the
people’s interest as long as he lived.
TO THE SEASHORE.
The season ha3 again arrived for
tho opening of the seashore resorts and
the E. T. Y. & G. Ry takes pleasure
in announcing that on May Ist, the
hotel on Cumberland lslaud will be
epeued under the management of Mr.
Lie T. Shackleford, formerly of Hale
Sping, Tennessee, a gentleman of
wide experience, and one that will
maintain the popularity of that re
The St. Simons Hotel will be open
ed on the 15th, managed by Mr. Chas.
T. Dunn, former proprietor of the
Carleton Hotel, Jacksonville, Florida,
many improvements have been made
at both ot the above places. The E.
T. V. &. G. Rv will as usual sell low
rate tickets during the summer.
Any agent of she company will
take pleasure in giving lu'l informa
tion as to rates and schedules.
Uncle George Thurston brought us the
fiist cotton bloom we have see this sea
son today, 21st. It come from the faun
of Mrs, Nancy Chastine.
Mr. J. F. Nutt and family, of Grand
Island, Fla., are visiting friends and
relative* is this county. They will re
main with us until September.
We ask your attention to the notice of
the M. G, M. & A college at Milledge
ville, in this issue. We have a pam
phlet announcing the facul y, curriculum
and showing the building, which any
on® can see by calling on us. We hope
some of our young men will take it, and
goto the college. Prof. Woodward
takes a delight in welcoming young men
from thir his native county.
Mt. Louis Lowenthal, of Atlanta, de.p
uty organizer of the Knights of Damon,
is in Jackson, and will establish a lodge
of that order here tomorrow night. The
Knights of Damon is one of the best in
surtnee orders in existence, also the
cheapest, and being a home institution,
is absolutely the safest for an investment
of this kind. Mr. Lowenthal has the
n.imes of some of tho best citizens of
Jackson :*s charter members of this
lodge to be established here, and it is
unnecessary to say it will prove one
among the most promsiing lodges of
Georgia. No one contemplating life
insurance can do better than to take out
a poliey in the Knights of Damon, one
of the best orders in existence,
Those who have used Dr. King's
New Discovery kcow its value, and
those who have not, have now the op
portunity to try it Free. Call on the
advertised druggist and get a 1 rial
Bottle, Free. Send your name and
address to H.E Buckleu & Cos.,
Chicago, and get a box ol Dr. King’s
New Life Pills, Free, as well as a copy
of Guide In Health and Household In
structor, Free. All of which is'guar
anteed to do you good and cost you
nothing, at R. G Bryans’ Drug
McGill’s Orange Blossom re
duced from $1 to 6cc at R. G.
Br ans & Go’s.
W. L. Douglas
o*l CUAr IS THE BEST.
w H NO SQUEAKING.
tAnd other (specialties for
Gentlemen, Ladies, Boys
and Misses are the
Best in the World.
See descriptive advertise
ment which appears in this
Take no Substitute.
Insist on having VV. Jj .
P with name and price
stamped on bottom. Sold by
DR. J. W. CRUM.
MALLARY BROTHERS & CO.
REMEMBER WE ARE STILL HEADQUARTERS FOR
lips, Mb, to Mills, Cotton Sins, Prases,
AND EVERYTHING ELSE IN THE MACHINERY LINE.
Please do not be persuaded into buying anything in our line before writing us
MALLARY BROS. & CO, MACON, GA
NOTICE!! NOTICE? NOTICE!
These are Some cf the Prices
-YOU CAN BUY DRUGS OF
w, l. Carmichael -
Call and get prices of other goods.
S. 8. S. small per'bottle 68c, old price $l.OO.
S. S. S. large per bottle $l.lB, “ “ $1.75.
Jlocs’ Liver Neuralgia and Rheumatic cure small 85c, old price 50c.
iiocs’ Liver Neuralgia and Rheumatic cure large “ “$1 00.
School Crayons per box sc. old price 10c.
Note paper, good, per quire 5c “ “ 10c.
Envelopes per packedge sc, “ 10c.
Green’s August Flower,good for dyspepsia, 45c, old price 75c.
Boschee’s Germau Sirup for croup 45c, old price 75c.
Lawrence’s Liver Midicine large 35c, old price 50c.
Lawrence’s Liver Medicine small 13c, “ “ 25c.
Porous Plasters 10c, old price 25c.
Pills per boy 15c, old price 25c.
McLean’s Strengthening Cordial small 35c, old price 60c.
McLean’s Strengthening Cordial large 68c, old price $l.OO.
Sarsaparilla per bottle 65c, old price $l.OO.
Sarsaparilla •* 50c “ “ 75c.
McLeun’s Liver and Kidney Balm 68c, old price $l.OO.
White Oil Liniment 33c, old price 50c.
Iron Tonic 67c, old price $1 00.
Certain Catarrh Cure always on hand.
W. L. CARMICHAEL.
We are Still at the Bottom,
Don t Forget the Place !
R, G. BRYANS & CO.
tai these Cash Prices ml Keen [or Moron.
Iron Tonic. 40 <S: 60c. Regular Price
75 & 100.
Caetoria 25c. “ 35
Cough Syrup 12. “ 25
Wine Cardui 66. “ 1.00
Kendahs Spavin Cure 66. “ 100
Sirnmona Liver Regulator 15. “ 25
Black Draught 15. “ 25
S. & s. 67* * 1.16 1.00 * 1-75
Mother’s Friend 1.05. “ 1.50
P. &W. Morphine 30. “ 50
Sarsaparilla 71. “ 100
Pierces Golden Med., Dis , 71 “ 1.00
“ Favorite Presen prions 60. “ 1.00
“ Pellett's 15. “ 75
Brad fields Female Regulator 69“ 100
Aletris Cordial 60 “ 1.00
Peru na .71 “ 100
Pills .15 “ .25
Cuticura Soap .18 “ .25
“ Salve 40 “ .50
Browns Iron Bitters .71 1.00
Soothing Syrup ,18 .25
Bradycrottne .35 50
Brewers Lung Restorer .66 45 1.00
R. G. BRYANS & CO.
The best sausage ever manu
factured in Jackson, also the
“cleanest’’ can be found at FTarp's
BEING located near the government
department are able to give your claims
better attention than attorneys located
elsewhere. Special attention given to
difficult and iejected claims. If your
present attorney does not suit you and ts
slow write us. /Soldiers who have lost
their discharges tan obtain new ones.
Charges of desertion removed. No fee
unless you get a pension. Advice free.
Soldiers pensioned at less than twelve
(sl2) dollars per month and suffering from
disability in additm to that named in
their pension certificates may obtaiu in
crease under the new law. Peusious for
widows and children without regard to
cruse of soldiers death; for mothers and
fathers who are not dependent, whether
they were dependent upon soldier when he
died or not. Pensions obtained or services
rendertd in A/exican and Indian wars,
Mexican pen ions can now be increased to
sl2 a month. Suspsnded pensions res
to re and
Caveats Trade Marks, Designs, Copyrights
and all Patent business conducted for
MODERATE FEES. Information and ad
vice to inventors without charge Address
THE NORMAN CLAIM AGENCY,
Box 167, Washington, D. C.
Mustang Liniment 18 36 & 7L for
merly .25 .50 & 1.00
Best A hoe Pollish .7 .17 18. “ 10 25
Felonias Cordial .61 “ ' 1.00
Royal Germature .70 “ 1.00
Sulphur Salts & Copperas sc.
Davis Pain Killer .19 # “ .25
Lemon Elixir .39 & .69 .50 &1 00
Best XXX Envelopes 5 “ ,10
Huckleberry Cordial .19 “ .25
Electric Bitters 41 “ 75
4oz Vaseline 5 “ io
St Jacobs Oil 26
Household Ammonia 10 “ 25
Allcocks Porous Plasters 9 “ 25
Strengthening Plasters 8 “ 25
Belladonna “ '8 “ 25
Capsicum “ 8 “ 25
Parkers Hair Balsam 35 “ 50
/feethina 18 “ 50
Rad ways Relief 36 “ 50
Syrup Figs 36 &69 “50 a 1.00
Raw Linseed Oil 60
Is as safe and harmless as a Has
seed poultice. It acts likeapoul
tice, drawing out fever and pain,
and curing all diseases peculiar
“Orange Blossom’* is a pas
tile, easily used at any time; it
is applied right to the parts.
Every lady can treat herself
Mailed to any address upon re
ceipt of sx. Dr. J .A. McGill & Cos.
4 Panorama Place, Chicago, 111.
Sold by DR. W. L. C ARMICHEAL.
The Great Remedy for the speedy and permanent
cure of Scrofula, Rheumatism, Catarrh. Ulcers,
Eczema, Eating: and Spreading: Sores, Eruptions,
and all SKIN AND BLOOD DISEASES. Made
from the prescription of an eminent physician
who used it with marvelous success for 40 years,
and its continued use for fifteen years by thou
sands of grateful people has demonstrated that
It Is by far the best building up Tonic and Blood
Purifier ever offered to the World. It makes new
rich blood, and possesses almost miraculous
WRITE FOR BOOK OF WONDERFUL
CURES, sent free on application.
If not kept by your local druggist, send SI.OO
for a large bottle, or $5.00 for six bottles, and
medicine will be sent freight paid by
BLOOD BALM CO., Atlanta, Ga.
A Page From Her History.
The important experiences cf others are
interesting. The following is no exception:
“I had been troubled with heart disease 25
years, much of that time very seriously. For
live years I was treated by one physician con
tinuously. 1 wa3 in business, but obliged to
retire on account of my health. A phy
sician told my friends that I could not live a
month. My feet and limbs were badly swol
len, and I waa Indeed in a serious condition
when a gentleman directed my attention to
Dr. Miles’ New Heart Cure, and said that his
sister, who had been afflicted with heart dis
ease, had been cured by the remedy, and was
again a strong, healthy w oman. 1 "purchased
a bottle of the Heart Cure, and in less than
an hour after taking the first dose I could
feel a decided improvement in the circulation
of my blood. ' When I had taken three doses I
could move my ankles, something I had not
done for months,and my limbs had been swol
len so long that they seemed almost put rifted.
Before I had taken one bottle of the New
Heart Cure the swelling had all gone down,
and I was so much better that I did my own
work, On my recommendation six others tire
taking this valuable remedy.’’—Mrs. Morgan.
689 W. Harrison St., Chicago, 111.
Dr. Miles’ New Heart Cure, a discovery of an
eminent specialist in heart disease, issoid by
all druggists on a positive guarantee,or sent
by the Dr. MUes Medical Co.,Elkhart, liul., on
receipt of price, SI per bottle, six bottles for
$5, express prepaid. It is positively free from
ail opiates or dangerous drugs.
For Sale by W. L. CARMICHAEL
and R. G. BRYANS & CO.
DYSpiPstA I mmm siokor
buHOisnoM Hr \ n £ZY£?JLv
Sourness Mmloss ar
None Genuine Without The Likeness And
Sibnature orM.A.THEoroRD on FrontOf
Each Wrapper. M.A.Thepford Meo.<§-
Has sustained its reputation for 18 yean
as being the standard remedy for the
quick and permanent cure of Rheuma
tism, Gout, Sciatica, etc., in all its forms.
It is endorsed by thousands of Physi
cians, Publishers and Patients. It is
purely vegetable and builds up from the
first dose. It never fails to cure.
Price is one dollar a bottle, or six
bottles for five dollars. Our 10-page Pam
phlet sent Free by Mail. Address,
Drag's Rheumatic Remedy Cos.
1316 L Street, Washington, D. C.
Durang's Liver Pills are tiie best on
earth. They act with an ease that mokes
them a household blessing.
TBIOE S6 CTS. PEP. BOX, or 5 BOXES FOB sl.
FOR SALE BY DRUGGISTS.
tWhat Nerve Berries
have done for others
MEN Easily, Quickly
and Permanently Restored, soth day.
np?dfi i tt Ve lI C^ lie 1 i e m r /t n . Wea K nesses, Nervousness,
Debility, and all their train of evils resulting
nf e £ ror 22L nd ,ater excesses; the result
■**“, worry, etc. Develops
and gives tone and strength to the sexual or
****•• S <o,> * unnatural losses or nightly
c^, u ®°d by youthful errors or ex
e , U3 ® of tobaeeo. opium and Honor,
wnicn lead to eoaiumptlen and insaaity.
Their use shows immediate improvement. Accept
no imitation. Insist upon having the genuine
NPrVh Rpfrioc no other. Conven
er! T S. rL r, “?> ient to carry ln vest
pocket. Price, |I.OO per box. six boxes, one full
treatment, $5.00. Guaranteed to cue ussy ease.
If not kept by your druggist we win send them
by mall, upon receipt of price, in plain wrap-
Addi-eM afl mall orders to
AMBmCAX NBDICAL CO., ClSUsssU, O.
ft* sale bf Or I, Carmichael,
King of all ,4"' , >!
| Light. Weight and v
j Rigidity. Every Ala- \?; )%|
cfainefiidy warranted If dX'f; ‘
435, \\ •. .'T.. T
| ! A ;. _
Highest Honors at the World's Goldman k,:; p,
| Send tiWkceat etAinp for our 2.i-page Catalogue-A work ci Art
I Monarch Cycle Company,
Retail Salesroom, ?So Vvabash Ave. Lake said .daisied sis„ CHICAGO, ILL. I
Jackson: : : : : Georgia.
Spring Term Begins Jan. 2,1894
RATE OF TUITION:
Primary Classes, per term, : : $6,50
Inermediate and Collegiate Classes, term, $9.50
Art Lessons per month, : $2.50 to $.3.00
Music, vocal or instrumental, per mo. $3-00
Parent.*, do you want your boy3 and girls biought up to tb
highest possible peifection of manhood and womanhood ? If sc
on musl have the very besT teachers t> help you. We have
them in the Jackson Institute.
Not a school in Georgia is more thorough, systematic, or better
Most excellent advantages offered in Art, Music, Elocution and
Oratory. The tuition is as low as you could ask. Board can be
had at from ten to twelve dollars per month. Catalogue and aU
information cheerfully sent on application.
JAS, C, BLASINGAM!;,
Ml MBS BUM
E. 6. GILMORE & HENCELY,
May's Block, Next Door to Livery Stab le on 3d Street-
Everything kept fresh, neat and clean, and the ladies are
especially invited to call on us.
W keep country raised potatoes and unions, in fact, all kinds of
country raised Vegetables.
We deliver all goods free, and orders are promptly filled ii
a business-like manner.
Ice cold, non-intoxicating drinks of all kinds on hand at all times
Pure coacocolaon hand all the summer, as good as can he found.
Our country friends are also invited to give us their trade
and we guarantee to please them.
GILMORE & HENCELY.
Jackson, Ga., Eeb. 8,1894
o#&em±. MEPHISTO RING 250
New and most astonishing op-
Yfflpp UtfiTf) YfL tlcal illusion and a Budurci,
Jr-TVS nsusa IMS. Hade of two
twisted bands of Rolled Gold
and Silver. Turn it—the bands
• r ' appear to parti Lay it down—
they seem to fall apart If Inspect it—you nave a per
fect ring!!l All the rage; over 1,000,000 sold in two
months at 76c. We send sample with large catalogue,
for e¢s postpaid. 1 Dozen ta.oo. INSI'KAsIE
WATCH CO., ISO 8. Halated Street, Chleaso, Ilk
§lB KARAT QQ
GOLD PLATE $1.3v7
Cl T THIS Ol’T and fend It
to u* with your full name and
addreaa and we will tend you
this watch V express for
examination. A guarantee for
2 years eent with it and if you
find it equal to watches sold
everywhere at $4.00 to se.oo and
far better than ever advertised
before and the grandest bargain
you ever saw or heard of, pay
express agent $1.99 and express
chargee and the watch i* yours;
otherwise pay nothing. It is
19k. gold plated full bassine
dust proof case, the movement
is a fine *i plate Ktcm Wind
and Stem Set, finely jewelled
polished pinion, oil’ tempered
mainspring which does not
break and all the latest im
provements and warranted the
best timekeeper in the world
for the money and equal in
appearance to a genuine solid
gold watch. Write to-day. This
offer will not appear again. Ad
dre INSURANCE WATCH
Chicago* Halsted Street ’
It Is better to eerve the public
than to cheat it. It is better to
make a friend of a customer
than a victim. It is better to
help ODe*a patrons than to hurt
them. What is fair and just to
the consumer is best in the long
run for the manufacturer.
The Insurance Watch Cos. is
run on these principles.
Any pireon wanting first-clas!-
work, by a workman of 20 years
experience in stone or bri* k, such
as daras buiit, blasting, where dyna
mite is used, or in all such work as
lock houses or piers, Call on
G. W. Watkins,
Decl-lyr Jack3on, Ga.
’A strictly b;gli-grade Family Sewing
Machine , possessing all modern
Guaranteed Equal to the Best
Prices very reasonable. Obtain them
from your local dealer and make
ELDRED6E MANUFACTURING CO^
Harp sells fresh meats of all
You can get NICE SUNDAY
PANTS at 75c up to $5.00 at