ASTTHISO ftpT IN A
FIRST CLASS DRUG STORE,
AT FAIR PRICE*, GO TO
B. J. SMITH, Druggist,
[WE LEAD. OTHERS FOLLOW!
Brad Watson & Co’s
Leading Dry Goods Store.
Netv Spring ami Summer Goods.
Owens Block, Opposite Depot,
i WAYCROSS, : : : GEORGIA.
WAYCROSS, GEORGIA, SATURDAY, MARCH 26, 1892.
OFFICF.R.H OF WARE COl'MTY.
W. M. Wilson—clerk Superior <‘.*uri
8. V. Miller—8beriff ami Jailor.
K. If. frawlry—Treasurer.
Joe l». Hmitli—School Commi-iour r
J. W. HmUlH orunrr.
- * »er*—
AiMna, Waf atm, On,
cttt omrcw, waycross, «a.
Arthur M. Knight, May
_ A Mermen,
WV A.'iirNW. 'W \V. Bb«h*. J 11. Glllnn, ;
J.fl. Justice. It. II. Murphy. j
W. I>. Hamilton. Clerk of rit.tr Cmt-iril.
w. V. Darker, Illy Aiweasoraml Onller-tor. J
Warren 1x41. City Treasurer.
Its Origin, Its Growth and
■OAHnoPKDITATIO*. i A *'"«» " f l*"" •‘•kill* ,K,*.lfr.
II. W. hrc.1. l-rraMtnt; J. M.- Mmlutll. 11 'K 1 '" 1 " f »H le*v«lin* »trcnflli.~
rircrrtary; iv. J. Cfcwwpll, I.. Jidinwm, S. IjlUM I\ (,'urri»,-*snf IW Rr]n>rt,
W. Illtcn, II. I*. Ilirwpr. J. I.. Walker Itovu l'a« nKitt'n,, It.; YVnll St. N’.Y
Bnanl meet’ .'....ml .'•aiunlay in Month 1 - -•
2:30 p. m., at High School building. Will Vou lM it t
w r?rsr I w"
w. M. vnunn, ! In* u* good. and repaint every year i.r two
Ix m Johnson. Averill Point is the licet. It is the
II. Mundiy. i lmt n. W. M. Wilson.
M. Albertson. Ism Johnson.
W. A. Cason. II. W. Heed.
W. I». Hamilton. Ft. Off*. Clerk.
Warren ls.it. K*. Officio Treasurer
V. a»*4 A. M.
j U* as good. and repaint
outwears all others.
■erill Point is the l.e>t.
•"•t; no oilier has so l>ri
ehts.jRT than any other
, priee, I
It lasted Ufl
I muses of K. II. Forlie*. Wii
-hester, N. Y., l’J years on houses of W.
Meets 2d ami 4th H’«-dne»lajr* j|l
p. m. A. P. Knylish, W. M.; W. M.
■LA< KMIIKAR rilAPTKH WO. ». H
Meets at Masonic Hall, Plant Avenue
Friday in each month at p. in.
Comp. W. W. Sharpe, II. P.; lit Kx. to
W. M. Somerville, Secretary.
M., , Reynolds, t 'rotou Like.
7.; jo lion vs i.f Mrs. W. K. Cole, Ml. Yen
ijer- | Y. Averill Paint has U-cu in use 2
and is guaranttHsl. If you are urged .
i other itaints demand proof of their dural
ity. The question i* not “What is the li.
• * isist ?hut "How long will it last?" Beam
. J-l ' tiful -ample eard of fashionable tints fn-i-
Fx. The Sat ilia Mnnufaeturing Co.. Wh.ViTO—
14 years on
Fred Fieken, C. C.; l/iwther, K. It.
UltOTII Kltll(MH) MMUMOTIVK KX
IHvision 4'JU. K. H. Paine, Chief Engiuis*
an.I Ins Agent; A. K. Hall First .\ssi«tan
Fugineer. Mn*l» id and 4th Sunday* eacl
Secretary. John Hogan; Treasurer.
Folks. Regular monthly nns-ting :M Thurs
day of each month
WAVcnom uumik i. o. t
Meets every Monday evening at 7 3
J A Jones, X. O.; I». Williams. S»i
AMONG THE CHURCHES.
Prominent Mrti of the Couut), aud a
Birds Eye View of the Different
Torn us—Folkstou, Walnrlglit. Traders
( ‘liarlton county was organized about
thirty-five or forty years ago, l»eiug cut
off from Camden, and poasibly a |»or-
tiou of it from Wayne.
The county is about fitly miles long,
and in some places it is only a fetv miles
ill width. It in bounded on the west by
the great < Ikefinokee swamp and on the
ea.«l by the St. Man's river, “the wind
ing St. Man’s that Hows to the sea.”
Charlton is rather sparsely settled, hut
the people who live there are “among
the tiolilciff <£ the land.” Most of them
follow the plow for a livelihood. The
stiil produce* well, anil yields a hand
some return for their lalmr.
j A prominent citizen of the county,
- ami one who has lived there for years,
j says he has noticed a very marked im-
1 provement in the county of late years,
especially in the educational interests,
your constitution, hy using a fi-w laitth-s iff i Gooil schools throughout the county,
" Snly lSlt!l. K f.?uS?| l ti. yi'.vlUm'il: I wh ' r0 rW,, K g*»*rati°n i- being
uitive, and blood cleanser at tins season ! taught dav atler dav.
fer;* “S:: ,, 'i?'i7»rV“,^;»“ I n..«»«i« T .,bii,m ,.r
n k of pnriiriioiiin or oilier* wen» s|<e)ls aJs.iit 000, nearly all white,
iekm-ss, for at the upproaeh of spring the ; ,,,, ' . .
lent isvery susivptilile to taking odd un-| the court house ls at
fortifieil hy the use of this rvmoly. If TRADKlts HIM.,
i are in the habit of taking iiHiideof pit- 1
eaeh spring. tr>’ >» this year, dissolved in ! | t alstut four miles from the railroad,
Dr. John BmIPr Naraftpartlla. I and oldv it short distance from the St.
thus taken. iiHtiile ol |H>ta-h has no evil. ", , . , . ,
j after effo t on the stomach, liver and kid- Mary’s river. It is a lovely spot for u
Yoluii- l'^‘« , h I jot tie of Bull’s S:irs;i|>arilla i t,, wn the tall live oaks making such de-
eolinniis 4M tal ■li'-sp. Min fit Is of inedlellie. A • .
i half ou tire imliile of (intasli addisl to a Uit- ; light fill shade, and the natural scenery
Wing simply perfect.
know rxai-tiy in,w much you arc taking. There is oldv one store al the llill,
fit- Alfred Ilowell, Cairo, III., writes: « . , , Af n ‘ i, , . . , . ,
"For years I have lns-u allistisl with an in- 1 K v Mr. O. IS. laugh? who is also
eiiralde ease of hliswl diseasi*. Bull's Harsapa- ' isistinaster.
rilla is the only remedy that gives me any i 1 , ,, ... r
diirahle relief. Whenever I take iodide of 1 here has been considerable talk of
5iK‘ h i', iVggi'“,u ''iK.u. r "ll'if‘!IT, a my I "*»»•"* lhe «■*" bolls, to Foil,Ion,
system when mixtsl with thi-. Sarsaparilla.
NOW IS THE TIME.
> invigorate and fortify '■
... y using a f<-»
I Hr. Jolm Bull's Sarsaparilla.
INTERNATIONAL A8HO. MAtHIMIOTti.
Waycross l^slge So. 74.W. T. Brewer. M.
WAVt ROW UIKI.KS.
iimp iny —. 4th n-gimeiit tiis»nt
~ !uK 1 *.'! mV: t ’ iV lirY..,;. I ImirontHi* MMliile of imtash addisl to a
tdllon; Jd Fieuteuant. I. O Bm- . . t |e Dr. John Bull's Sarsaparilla equals
tnaiiinr, a. f> * i irrains to raeli tahlf -«oontiful I ilms
They are With young men, ami have a
bright future liefore themj as the lead
ing business men of that section. The
inright—Messrs. Lang and r
also operating the turpeuti
iue.-w, conduct the most extensive
cantile t*stablishment. They s
most of the country people with mer-
diandise for miles around, and keep a
general aasorlment lor the accommoda
tion of the hands.
Towusend & Co. carry a line of gen
eral merchandise, and do a good bus-
Frank Waiaright Mins a store in con
nection wjtli the post ollice, and Isaac
Murray also conducts a small establish
ment, keeping a limited stock of goods
to supply his hands.
Miss Lula Wainright is teaching the
public school. It is well attended, and
the people arc pleased with Miss Wain-
lioii. Felder Lung, the senior member
people arc louining where to go to pur
chase their goods, and these clover gen
tlemen always give entire satisfaction.
tiH. II. I.OVK.
Among the old land marks we notice
l>r. lx*ve. The Doctor is ncur seventy
years of age, hut contililies the practice
of mcdiciuc. He Jias l»een practicing
ever since 1847, and enjoys a lucrative
practice now. He runs u drug store, to
which he expects to make some addi
tions and improvements in the near
MP.S. M. A. I.OVK
conducts a mixed store. She h:u a se
lection uf choice millinery goods and
novelties, aud a line line of groceries.
j of the I
his section than jn-rhaps any
n in Charlton county. He has
j tailored untiringly for the upbuilding of
| old Charlton, aud for the advancement
j of her every inter^t, for years and years.
Mr. Ling is now about fifty years of age,
but as spry as a hoy of twenty. lie is
one of a family often hoys, the oldest of
whom is sixty years of age. lie was
a ago to Mi:
Martha Mi/ell, and has reared an into
csting family, consisting of four girls at:
two hoy*, lie has represented Charlti
A CANDID STATEMENT OF HIS
VIEWS ON T11E PENDING
In Line With the Demands of the Indus
trial Organizations of the Country.
From the Brunswick Times.
Brunswick, Ga., March 19.
Mr. McK. F. Met hot, Mitor of the 7»W
My l>ear Sir: I am just in receipt of
your note of this date enclosing the fol
lowing dipping from the Quitman Free
Press, and requesting that I make such
statement in regard to the matter there
in referred to as I might desire to make
The Free Press has heard from good
authority that Judge Spencer It. Atkin
son, candidate for Congress from Bruns
wick, stands ready to step upon the
Ocala platform. Will the Brunswick
Times please give us further information ?
I take pleasure in giving you the in
formation you seek, and write, therefore,
S hoo) |>. m, Christian Fmleavor, 4::i» j*.m.
(iHAt'K EPISCOPAL CHURCH.
Comer lYnillrtqn and Mary Stmt. Itev.
on the railroad. The old one is decay
ing and ere long a new one will la* a
] necessity. It will doubtless la* built at
iUncli ilisplay ailvi-rtiseincnt in : Folkstmi.
i. |*n»yer this jinis-r, this \v«-ek. which has no two ;
II ..Vl.;>. wiml. alikv.'Kvpl on. wonl. Tl,< i- n'I.k«T".\.
r Sunday, inn* of i-ai-h new one appearing each week, I This is the most imiairtant point in
Wistiii-—- from the I*r. llarti-r Medicine Co. Tliis , „
hoiiM* jilace* a "Cn-Mviit” on everything 1 liarlton county. In fact Folkston is a
day make nml publish. Lmk for it, sen<l right lively little place, lull of life ami
them the name ot the wonl, and they will r . .
n-tiirn yon Ikaik. Beautiful l.itliogr.i)ili- or energy. Her |»coplc are clever, anu the ] ,-,,unty, nml only last year resigned the
Sai"|.l'-. Fiw. Jansi-I} ! v i»it»r i. nia.le t.1 fcl at bnmc there. pcition of Ohliuary agahutthewhli—
IjmIIo. .r. rnfon.in.tr. ' 4 There »re .Mu nine diflereM
untile estahlishiuents, all doing a Ilnur*
This gentleman is a native of Cliarl-
tou county, and ait honor to his
section. lie conducts a store in
Folkston, and is the agent of the South
ern Express Company. Mr. Lcigh'wwn-
a half interest in the truck and dairy
farm of Leigh & Cilison, near Waycross.
This enterprise is proving to Ik* a profit
able industry. They have a 1 Hint twenty-
two line milk cows, and find a ready
market for all the milk they can furnish.
Here is an old land mark. Mr. Pax
ton has lived in the county all his lile, ; Legislator,
and has done as much as any other mini j tlueme tit:
to build up the material intercsi
section. JIo served in the Gem
islaturc in IS71-72, and made a
ceptable and useful member.
He has occupied nearly cv
Mtioninthe gift of the pcopti
It was largely due to 1
the charter of the S
of that ! \\\ Railway extension, from Wa
ia L*g- ! to Jacksonville was seeinvd. For year,
lost at- | Mr. Lmg farmed and followed the rim
; her httsiiies* on the Fatilht river; but a
■y post-' present lie is turning the famous (Seorgi:
pine into available wealth at I'ptonvillc
He is a big slicess anywhere von clioosi
When the Democratic Convention
asscmhh's during the present summer to
place in nomination a Democratic can
didate for election to represent the Elev
enth Congressional district of this .State
in the next Federal Congress, my name
j will be submitted to the consideration of
! the delegates whom the people shall
i commission to speak for them.
! 1 am not unmindful of the great in
terests which arc involved, and of the
deep interest the people of this district
I will take in the discussion of the various
i political problems which will Ik* sub-
: milted to them for solution, and us I
i shall In* a candidate for their favor and
j their suffrage, 1 am lead to indulge in
some rcilcctions iijmm the situation"’in
During this year nearly every ollice
within the gift of the people -f Georgia
| must W filled hy the election of some
man, and this statement may be supple-
u j- | mented by the additional one, that each
fill I Public office must and will he filled hy a
j H j n _ ‘ man who is. in close touch and sympn-
j,*. ^ j thy with the people
"“"hitch & MYERSr‘“
ATTOKNEYM AT I,A\V.
11».Stain. Wilsiin'. Itlix-k.
J I.. sweat.
J s. WII.LIA.HN,
Attorney at Law.
WA : Yruos ^' * GKORQIA.
'Attorney and Counselor at
WAYCROSS. . OROROIA,
«H»ii k up stairs in Wilson Block.
Attorney at Law,
WAY( BOSS, . GEORGIA.
Jy L. THO.HAS,
Attorney at Law.
WAR FS BORO. . OJCORG’JA
R. V. CANNON,
Attorney at Law,
WAYCROSS. . . OKORGIA.
Orm e up stairs in Wilson Blis k.
Will practice in the Brunswick Circuit amt
elsewhere tiy spotial contract.
Nov 15- JID-ly,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Office in the Wilson Building.
WALLACE MATHEWS, M. D.,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGF0N.
WAYl’ROSS, ; ; ; ; GEORGIA.
J. It. lth-knell. Hei-toi
ServiiTs 11 a. m. and 7i«» m. Sunda;
S* hiH>l *»u. III.
MAPTINT CHUR! II.
Albany Avenue. Ji«*v. W. ll.Si-mioc*. I'a-I*"
Prrai'liinit every Sahlmth II a. ‘
' weal , ..
liiilotokcn controls the nerves, aids nature
in various functions, and thus >inl>ai
with tin- many ills of womankind siui-ess-
>r * i of the |»eople. lfc has settled down at • people
'<■- E.ilkston and i» taking life ,M~v. Ha 1
mol every Sahhaih ;t
lays 4:45 |
l, (icncr.il Secretary.
■ drucsist In
| will ontcr it Tor you for $1 a bottle
I Clias. F. R is Icy, Wholesale Dmegi*
Cortland St.. New York. Send for :
eriplive iKiinphlet. with dins-tioiis an
SAY ANN A11 AI »V E11TISEM ENTS.
EDWARD LOVELL’S SOUS,
I loop I
i which to
Rev. E. F. Dean is in charge of tin
Northern Methodist church. They al-i
, have a neat church.
runs a small store
I>. C. LAYTON*.
Everybody knows Mr. Lu ton as one
; of the straightest men in tin* country.
| He has built him a comfortable home at
Folkston, and enjoys lile about as much
as auv man in the enmity. He served
ishiug business, two hotels, two ehurches
and a school house.
The school is in charge of Prof. W. T.
AsL-rry, a clever voting man. He is
giving |H*rfect satisfaction to his patrons,
and all speak well of him as a teacher.
Rev. M. 1'. Austin is pastor of the M.
K. Church, South, and ha. just about j , hj . >s clerk „f t|, e „
iniid.lo.1 a .plmdid new church build- I frolll ls8 s ism, when he
'•“P- 1,1,1 j pofdtion, and Hon. A. (i. (low. n wa. ap-
(Miinted in his stead. •
I»r. J. C. Wright is one of the leading
citizens of Folkston, and enjoys a large
• >r\iru- •> practice. He runs a drug store, in eon-
The railroad depot was destroyed by | d „ ene ral mercantile es- , . . ....
Hardware, Tinware, Plows, *» «««* •*». » ««<•■** u ! «*«*,»«,. «rj. & «u &. i am.! » ri -- «
lK*ing built by the railway company. j Tracv Stewart is another live uic-r- | tmje, it is cool-ton cool for a victim of | ttU th «* ,,attUs of tl,e . It must
r.KABINH Bi’stXKss houses. • chant of Folkston, and is doing a Hour- “la grippe,” and although we have a j declare and fight for the correction of
; happy-minded party, a good cook and j all the evils which exist in the adminis-
From the Land of .Montaximia.
A friend who wont to Mexico a wed
■ ago to wear oil'"la grippe,” writes us a.
“We have arrived this morning in tin
j (.'ity of Mexico, a most interesting place
i assuredly, full of strange people whosi
, customs wc will find an alisorbi
I for the next few days. After
i the border-line we found the country
' very barren looking, the prick ley pear
i and aloe the principal vegetation. The
} difficulty seems to he want of water—
i as in California. Wo may, indeed, on
Through the influence of ill-advi:
legislation many abuses have crept into
tin* administration of Federal affairs, and
many practices have grown up therein
which deserve tin* just condemnation of
every American citizen. There is
oose versity of opinion as to the l»est means
tin* I of correcting llu*se abuses, and these dif-
ntire ferences of opinion have been intensified
; ami aggravate 1 by those who have not
j calmly looked the situation in the face.
; Our people are by birth, education and
j ussiK-iatioii of a lifetime. Democrats,
us as *1*I!ey revere the memory of the great
' patriots who formulated the first tenets
' , * u * j of Democratic faith. For the first time
within a generation the Democratic
parly is threatened with serious disaf-
I fection in its own ranks.
If the DcmocRitic party to which we
have yielded always a loyal, affectionate
and reverential allegiance would pre
serve unbroken its integrity in the
Foutli, it must keep awake and abreast
of the times. ‘It must meet the new
Wheels, Axles and Wagon
Gniis, Pistols and Ammunition. dJP-ly
Llo} r d & Adams.
I DKAI.FRS IN
Phints, Oils, Doors, Sash and Blinds.
Terra Cotta and Sewer Pipes.
Lime, Plaster and, Hair and Cement.
Comer Congn-*-and Whitaker Sts„
ba Savannah, Georgia.
Sole An-lit- f >r AiUmant Plaster. he»t
tireparation in the world for plastering
walls anil coiling*. Write for circulars.
H. N. FISH’S
The leading meivantile establishment ishing business.
We ask the patronage of tire public, and
will spare no effort to make our guests i*om-
Plant Avenue—('•wiveiiicnt lo IVp>M.
Fare Equal to A ay #2-a-lb»y House,
f.rcrj Patna Snt twaj SatlsBrd.
We ffuarantexqpattsCwllon. ami sJUni the
Folkston lias l*o hotels -the ttodden- 1 q “ l ‘Hkelv* timi It’hmm" 1 trati '’" of l ,ublic ' ,,r " ira - lHJ,h Slatc °"' 1
berry House and the Hotel,er Hotel, j ,,-anls ere lony. and a ill hope s.«,n to \ K, ' ,k ' ral - U 1 ‘ et * 1 u,p ,lee l' to " e ‘ 1
1 both well kept. , j again greet you under the dear old live- j mutterings of a public discontent. It
j Mm. Julia Cavedo is postmistress at 1 of Florida, which is after all, the ! must light for every principle which will
■ Folkston. and carries a splendid line of kin ' lli <'« »l“' t ™ l ' arl1 '- , protect the citiaen from oppression. The
: general merchandise. She is doing a Sam Jonea predict, that the day trill C«it-luestions of fii.ancial rehinn which
' nice business, and controls a large pat- j soon come when Sam Jones will not l*> j :* r e agitating the-public mind from one
: considered eccentric and vulgar.—Ma- ! end of this country to the other, and
• Hon. Aaron Dowling ia Ordiuarv nf ! which are no* engrofcang the attenUon
! Charlton aa.l he ia “the right man in ,v ”’ he "‘cam that the taste of the „f toiling millions, who by Uieir.la-
' the right’place." He looks after the in- 1 l ,ubliu win -'Meriorale, or that he will | K ,r» pro.luee the wealth or this country,
terests of old Charlton with an eagle rff ° rnl *‘ b mCll> “ ll ’' | j demand the most serious consideration;
eye, and MU the place to which his Virginia may he the mother of Prasi- ; “ n,| . f " r ,h ® Democratic party to attempt
J friends have called him with honor and | dents, but New York seems to have J h* sidetrack these questions is to invite
credit ’ * n >** the capacity of ste|»-moth- , disaster; and t<» ignore these and go into
Mr. J. A. Wainright, the Sheriff of er -~ Sm 1,1111 Advertiser. j battle uja-n the one issue of the tariff
Charlton, is a young man, and is “the l Hush little l.al.y don't yon cry. * lon « >’ suicide. In fighting the 1,attics
noblest Roman of them all." '* hy and hy of tlu-Dcmocratie party on this line all
U -ihniit five miles north of The Macon Evening News offers the | Democrats can unite, Alliancenien, and
I EMiTSSE I te Sr ° f '" e * » ">■ «W who are not Aiiiaacea.ea.
•-*; “» i his life. He was elected Sheriff in 1889 , „ ~ , There are no n,ore loyal Democrats in
Folkston is the mammoth *nra of i and was re-elected h. .89. by a go^ ! ^'^„^t^er“
1—1 /\4-r\l • Messrs. Renfroe, McDonald &-Qo. The ; majority. Mr. Wainnght n* a clever and j pultapec Castle, it being said that he has : . , ,
. I turopean nOLGl Jim, u composed of Messrs. H. A. Ren- true man, and is a credit to his office. ! offered $7,000,000 for it. .If the deal is j there ** found ^‘.'nhere men who
" . xn froe and Ben G. McDonald, of Folkston. i Dr. C. S. Parker, a recent graduate from . d«*<ly Mr. Gould will make the castle ] more devoted in their allegiance to the
am, Hr. A. P. Fmgiish. of W,ycr,«. the Athrara Medics, CoHege. .11, hs-atc ^
These gentlemen are live and energetic at Folkston- : Sew York. Many Mexicans and the * . . . , , ., , , ,
laisines* men, and i, is a pkwtra to WAlsntr.HT. j :^„ in $h, City of Mexico are pm- ! "brnh should not go unheed-
transact Im-ines, with them, for. they i Seven miles north of Folkston is a | testing against the government selling j ed in the counsels of the party, either
.leal on the scuaie The Isciness was little place that lias three names. The , this historic pile to the American mi!-: state or Federal. Thesignsofthetin.es
. S .... ! ol.l mih. «1U it SnanLsh Creek, b. I Bonaire. I indicate that the people are beginning
think and act for themselves, that
patronage of the pubis. .41) we a -k
trial. ' '•
Dr Jam M«U*a Want Deal roy er
la*4e good ami qnkktj remove vonmfnwi
ehlhlreu or grown people, restoring the
weak and puny to mbost health. Try theta.
. other worm Nttdidneieao «afr and wire. .
A MAN rS?&S450
11 Mil YHIUtf
yUDDEI^ S_B*TK, SJTJiutJBJ.
organized in August, last year, and has j "1^ settlers called it Spanish Creek, be-
growu considerably since that time. . cause of its close proximity to a creek hy i Dr. HnunraoTtd-s Lightning . . .
They keep a general aaoertment, and «h»‘ name; when the railroad was built, i Remedy for Bhennj-iti»m has received Sr * a **' e » t ^ ial B ^ niu ^ )er *ng
. (grtoatm can get anything desired from , l ^ e station
DR. J. E. W. SMITH,
Offbeat B. J. .SMITH S DRI’OSTORK.
Residence Hicks Str»*ct.
WAYCROSS, - GEORGIA. ^
J )i*. A. V. ENGLISH,
Physician and Surgeon,
WAYCROSS - GEORGIA.
9ST AM calls promptly attendeil.
^N. I). K. nt V.ANTKB,
Physician and Surgeon,
WAYCROSS, - - - OFOROI A.
^■'AU calls promptly attended to.
D K. F. FOLKS, I’/iyMi ian amlNur-
geon, Waycross, <5a.
I have r*-movwl my office over I.amf.k
Yocmaxs* Je\velr>- store. Office hours from
U to 10 .\. M. Can l<e fiuind at my n*sidfnee.
comer Pendleton stns-t and Brunswick av
enue, when not professionally engacisl.
F. C. FOLKS.
July 4. Mil—ly.
DR. RICHARD B. NEW.
PHYSICIAN AND SPRORON.
Office at Miss Rcmdiart’s,
WAYCROSS, : GEORGIA,
A. HOLLINS HEAD,
WAYCROSS, - - GEORGIA.
Omi t over South Gi-oivia Bunk.
Fire, Life and Accident In
-Nothing hut first-i-lass istiupanirs repre-
lisl. IxriCKANir eflistisl on all el asses of
WAYCROSS, - - - GEORGIA
Office up stairs in the Folks Bloi-k.
JJK. JAS. C’. KIPPAKD.
Physician and Surgeon,
(late of Pennsylvania.)
Special attention given to Genito Vritiu-
ry Surgery. Can always be found at Dr. K.
B. Goodrich's Drug store.
jQHe«. P, FOLKS,
Orncsaud Residence oil Gulf Street.
WAYCROSS. - - - GEORGIA.
DR. T A. B AIT iKY,
Office over Bank, On Plant Avenue,
WAYCROSS, : : GEORGIA.
oct. »7. ly : ^
’justice of the Peace,
(Post-office Building—Plant Avenue,)
WAY-CROSS. - GtSoKOIA.
—Special attention given to the collection
of all claims. Office hours from 8 a. u. to
12 x.. and from 2 r. it. to 5 r. u.
II. D. HO WROTH AX C. K. XL'RPUT
gOWBOTUAM Ac MUKPIIY,
Architects and Builders.
WAYCROSS. - - - GEORGIA.
PUiu and SpcciHrationx Funlahrd.
—citt Azeris ma—
—SOLE AGEXT8 FOE—
the unqualified endorsement oftiie mod- I ghrnt i. at last aroused, and that he
* ‘ * ' safe anil remark- ; s*iK?aking out in no uncertain terms his
a .pool of thread to'a coding^ stove, honor of Mr. Upton, a gcmW wte
They iutend to *apply the «Wm»nd. at the time operated a large saw mill , au j gJiee(ly ture ( , f Rheumatism. It* Th( . de ,
Their stock is complete. (.Inthing. hats, there. When the post office was estalv
rtboes. calico, drv*» goods, glassware, tin
. . - , , . , . . ; The people demand relief against the I ——*—— -
! work w so speedy amlnuraculoMttiat ; i^ji^^j^fjjj radices which liave | Timp TfjpH on fl Vjfp TfiStld
lislied the i«stal authorities put down benefit is felt fn.m tj.e first d**e, and one ) grown up in inthe administration of the | iriC " ^ rUC 1WWU
the name of Wainright, because of the J bottle is warranted to cure any onlniary jinanccs, through the influence I Fire, Life and Acriflent Insurance Oort-’
similaritv of Untonville and other iKkd ! Sold by ilruggwa. rncc $•>, ^-i of which the money of this country has , names and *
oKee* appearing on the map. Thus the j by Jte BBAL ESTATE OFFICE,
plAMhro throe umuro. .' j icineCV.JS-W Mxi.U n l.inv, NYw York. L ' KNIGHT & ALLEN,
There are four bo*'"** houses at Agents wanted. lfi-2t [Continned to Second Page ] 1 mrlU ly Waycross, Ga.
ware, hardware, and everything found In
■ a first-class store.
! Mr. Renfroe ia formerly from Brooks
county, and Mr. McDonald is a native