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XTTJI UHOIUIIA RANK of Wayi
HE POINT* A MORAL.
He never takes the papers, lor “thry’r
as all rwnttn*/’ 7
it's why the train lias left him when he
gallons to the station,
nd his frk
; takes tlie papers. f.»r lie isn’t
friends an* ilead a year U fore he
In tlie news ami tliescnsat
That’s why they've put his
nds of a receiver.
• of the day;
Am! his creditor* are hauling him away
linn] Watson Sc Cu, have
hamls »ir.e fans for “drws-up
Rill ville Melodic*!
with patent tip for
W. G. <
e t hat
f our Wau-
tiful new court hnus.- that d<»cs justice
to the grand building and reflects credit
on the artist.
Kaater outfit, look at
■nd gents’ furnishing
I wen*.* the leading
A “green goods” circular has reached
our city and has landed in the j»o*toflice
box of one of our unsuspecting, ea-
teemed citizens. It is spicy reading
and is unsigned. “Tfitr sender nays:
“ Don’t ns long ns you live, ever write
me a letter;” “ if you wish to come on
here and see me, send a telegram to ad
dress of enclosed slip;’’ “ You must be
guided by iny advice. If you do you
i\ V. Oil ALE dr SON.
I*. It. ENGLISH.
E II. CRAWLEY. Sr.
liltAl> WATSON M
J. V. NORTON.
MRS. M. I\ TKNNKNT.V I
OAN BROADWAY KNOl.l!
MRS. K. I DTI NOll AM.
rilK WESTERN FI UNITl REi
II. V. RARNES.
THE OAMFREI.I. Ilol .SE.
J ON I ISON ’8 K KSTA IRAN T
THE MA RSlfALL, Savan
. L. CH’PTON, t’nrriages, i
ATI 1.1.A MAN’F Ub. Em
•1LI.OS A IH’OSON. Font
Dan Broadway English.
This enterprising gentleman has
been idle while all our stores have Won
tilling up with the handsomest spring
stock Waycross has ever seen. His
goods are now in place and present a
most attractive apjtearaucc. There are
many Wautiful laces and embroideries,
and a variety of delicate lawns tiiat will
make dainty summer dresses. The gen
tlemen will find some neglige shirts that
will W lioth pretty and comfortable to
wear on the Wach at£t. Simon’s.
Onr Soldier Boy* In Albany.
Military and Governor's Day, at Al
bany, drew to that city a vast concourse
of visitors. Conspicuous among them
were the Waycross Rifles, prepared to
coxnpei*- with all comer* for military
lors and ready to uphold their very
table .reputation as soldiers. All
s were uj»on them from the time of
their arrival until their departure. When
the special train, that carried them to
Albany, drew into the dejiot, the Rifle*
were taken in charge by the Albany
Guard*, and escorted to the comfortable
and well apjxrintcd armory of the latter,
where breakfast was served and where
the boys rested easily in the company of
their hospitable hosts.
At two o’clock the batalion was
formed ami batalion drill ordered. This
was followed by dress parade. After
dross parade the Rifles were much com
plimented hv a request to give an exhi
bition drill. This they did, and in a
manner highly creditable. The use of
the new tactics by them, was watched
with closest interest on the part of the
visiting military and received from C’apt.
Wooten, among others, well deserved
The trip was a pleasant one, and the
liWral hospitality of Albany and her
Guard* will long linger in the memory
of our company. The company’s spon
sor, Miss Widemau, and her maids of
honor. Miss Hutson and Miss Crawley,
lent their gracious presence to the occa
sion. Beautiful at all times, these young
ladies ap|»eartng in regulation uniforms
and colors, were the objects of all ad
Take your little lioys, big I toys uml a
s for the Lot selei
The Iaidies’ Auxiliary will give a lit
erary entertainment and social at the Y.
M. I’. A. rooms May flth. A big time is
expected. Imok out for something
. he always has Is*
E. II. ( RAWI.KY. Sr.
KN lull T A Al.l.KN.
HENRY HOllENSriKN, .*
Rl»WBOTHAM A Ml’RI’llY.
J. R. KNIGHT. Ai
l.rUHEN A RATES
1». It. ENGLISH."”* E<C
A New Book Store.
rapid growth of Waycross sug-
» us tiiat our people will soon be
ling a de|H»t for the new, fresh
literature of the day, both in magazine
I lHM.k form, as well as daily n
pajH*rs and pictorial and special paper*.
Such a piace in charge of cue who keep
up with the literature of the day, «u
who warn Id fcnmv just what tlie public
wants, would assuredly prosper.
Any < ne desiring to invest a little cap
ital in a nice business of that nature can
confer with the HERALD, who is ready
h the enthusiasm, to suggest a
I to give it our paternal
The ‘*R. G. Fleming’’ Fire Engine.
This handsome engine was put to i
trial test last Monday night, and behav
ed in tlie most satisfactory manner, an<
lie admiration of a large crowd of
spectators who watched the ease
which it quickly extinguished the tow
ering pile of blazing barrels.
If Mr. Nelson, oi some other “born
machinist” if we have another one here,
is on hand at our next tire, the “K. G.
Fleming” will do some pretty work.
: for hit
On tlie first page of the Herald next
week will In* found the interesting evi
dence of how the press of Georgia stand*
regarding the Third Party. These ex
tracts from our exeliunges will, we think,
make interesting reading for those who
are watching the political contest.
We leara with regret that Mra. C. W.
Lyon is sick.
Our friend, Aleck Webs, i> spending
a few days in the city.
Tlie editor of the Bain bridge Globe
shook liaml* with the Herald this
Judge Atkinsou b making friends by
the wore this week. Popularity sticks
to the Judge.
Mr. G. F. Broxton, of Varne, is the
kind of friend the Herald like* to see.
come in. This time he brought us three
new sultscjilters from hb live and pro
gressive little town.
Messrs. Osborn and Fitzsimmons, of
the B. vk W., spent a pleasant evening
with friends here this week. They re
port plenty of politics in Brunswick, and
judging from their advocacy. Judge At
kinson is the coming man.
Mr. Ben Apple has been in attend
ance on court this week to the great
pleasure of his friends, who have thus
been able to see something of him so
cially. We hope they will put Ben’s
case last on the docket.
Mr. Hahnenkratt, of Demurest, Gn.,
talked “prohibition” to us eloquently
one day this wreck. He U*h no use for
the Third Party since the prohibition,
plank was given the cold Shoulder in
in the St. Louis Conference.
Mr. J. W. Wood, of the firm of Tip
pett St Wood, Philipaburg, N. J., was in
the city Thursday in consultation with
Messrs. Murphy and Reed, of the water
works commission. Mr. Wood is con
tractor for the stand-pipe shortly to
Dr. J. H. Redding still finds Way-
cross attractive, we are glad to see by
hb occasional visits here. This time
his friends observe an added joy to his
countenance, not attributable to the
pleasure of seeing dlil friends. It is that
celestial complacency that lodges in the
heart when Cupid shoots his arrow. The
Doctor has not told us all about
hicli is very shabby in tho Doctor.
Mr. J. Q. Hammond, of Willacooche,
contemplates moving to Waycross.
j here Tuesday on the sad errand of
bnrying his little boy, an interesting lit
tle fellow of three years, and this makes
the fourth child Mr. Harmond has jaid
to rest in Evergreen cemetery. We hope
Mr. Harmond will bring his wife and
three remaining children to make their
Just From New York,
IN NEW AND BEAUTIFUL STYLES.
You Want Some of
. I*. R. English’:
The IIlrai.D was gratified, but not
surprised, to hear the proprietor of one
of the most successful business firms in
Waycross say: “We owe our large
country trade to tlie Waycross Herald.
Our orders couie to us prefaced with
“we saw your advertisement in the Way-
Nothing is truer than that a-lrerti*in(j
ad D. B. English’s nqw advertisement
rid YonFlis' Clothing. 11 • wifi pay
e them before buying. “
CITY TAX NOTICE.
The City Tax Rooks < will be open .
office on the comer of Parker and Eliza
beth street*, for the reception of City Tax
A Good Cause uot Wisely Espoused.
Alexander Stephens was one of the
great minds of the troublous times in
which he took a distinguished, part. No
one questions his patriotism, or that he
served his country to tlie l»est of a high
order of ability.
Every Georgian honors him in his
heart, and many, uo doubt, have rc-
ipondcd financially to the effort being
nd daily from 8 o'clock
City Tax Assessor and Collector
Waycross, (la., March 17,180!
I made to erect a monument to his
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OXK-VKXT-A -1 routs.
Advertisements, ten words or mor
sorted In this column for ON L l KNT a
cash in advance. Anything yon wa
buy, sell, lease, let. in fact any
ade known lien*.
For Salk: A fine. Jersey Cow. only Am
yours oki. giving three gallons of milk pe
day. Price one handled dollars, part dowi
and t!*o rest on tiRja- Inquire at resnlon.
».f II. W. Read or at Herald olBoe. tf
I) per month.
Waxthd.—WnraW stock in exchange for
suburban land. Apply to H. W. Reed.
We have a U<ge amount of new stationary
for kdi printing purposes, and are prepared
to do any kind «>f work on short noti
* nKNT.—Two cottage*, o
Keitl cheap. Apply at Herald otfic*
of tlage^atent adjuataMe dk'
* An Assault.
Master Roln-rt Daniel mrrics
in a sling this week from the effects .fa
knife wound inflicted by Green Berry, a
colored Ih»v about 1(5 year* of age.
The eoloretl Ihiv claimetl that Boliert
“ran on to the knife as he was whit
tling,” but the evidence brought out a
urn fide ease of assault, which might
ive resulted very seriously.
The Mayor fined the owner of the
knife $2-"*, which the Imiv’s foolish
ier is attempting to raise, rather
than let the hoy learn the lesson he
merits on the chain-gang.
Tlie lurgest stock and l*c
Y. X. C. A., Lecture on Africa.
Rev. E. II. Richards, A. M., a gradu
ate of Oberlin College and Andover
Theological Culinary, for nearly ten
year* a missionary in Eastern Africa,
will loc’ure on “ Home Life in Darkest
Africa”at the Y. M. C. A., Wednesday,
April 20. m
Delaware, O., May 20, 1891.
“I listened witli great interest and
was delighted with the great explorer.
I have also heard one ot the lectures on
African life and customs by Rev. E. II.
Richard*. Billiards’ heroism has not
been exceeded by that of the noble Stan
ley. His lecture was far more interest
ing aud contained four or five times ai
much information in regard to African
life and customs ns did that of our pop-
; • It is distinctly the privilege of every
j native born Georgian to thus contribute
! towards doing honor to the memory of
of the State’s gifted sons. There
however, a large number of thought
ful people, ami their number is con
stantly growing larger, who consider the
monumental stone, which serves no
practical, beneficent purpose, but poorly
compliments a great man, who, in life,
ipent himself for his fellow men. When
asylums, libraries and homes for ail
kinds of the suffering poor are the cry
ing need of tho hour, it ill befits a
thoughtful iieople to place thousands of
dollars where it ministers only to a sen
timent, when the same holy sentiment
could ju«t as surely be embodied iu a
mtoUabU monument and perpetuate the
greatness of a dead hero in brotherly
care for the living unfortunates of the
Like the |>eoplc who disapprove of
wearing crepe in bereavement by death,
for hygenic reasons and because it
ular American lecturer.
J. W. WAshford,
l’re’t Ohio Wesleyan Univerxitv.
of an Inner Loathci
ml wears longer than any otliei
viocable Shoe i
TRY A PAIR FROM
F. C. OWENS,
AV ay cross* Ga
Graml display of straw h
Frank <*. Or«
s from the Cherokee Nurseries will
Ornamental trees end shrubbery, at the
Frvit Tkkks.—Now is tlie tinn
yonr fhtit tree*. You can get any;
that line at the Cherokee Xuorrio
> and all
other printing exwwtcluh the best manner
and lowest prices at Tar llcrxui office.
And Book Keeper desirrs a position In
the general merchandise hninm. Wages
reasonable L McCDLLEY.
uirl2-5t St James C^ty. Fla.
Drrss Cutting and Fanry Work.
Miss Rosa Nisi will take u class iu tin
l«»ve at Mrs. Jenkins’ 1 man ling hou#
n Williams st. Apr. 9-tC
W. J. Smith wil
ritfcr paL tit loath
ire you a tew pair £i
C. C. t Sraee St flun have just received
a full line of curird gimp trimmings
in all colon** This make* a pretty nich
ing tor the neck, a* the ladies kn «w.
“Rest goods lor the least money,” is Ow
ens’ motto; and hi* stock is ounplcte, with
bargains in clothing, shoes, straw lists
neckwear. Negligee shirts 4te. •
question if we have the social right to
let the gloom of our sorrow fall on all
around us, so with those who wish to
substitute useful “memorials” for cold,
unresponsive marble. Their coxrietion*
art entitled to reepeet.
The position taken by Miss Gat
her recent campaign in Waycross, that
not to give to this fund, established dis
loyalty to the state, will certainly not be
sustained by popular verdict, neither
will be her un-called for attacks on the
integrity of such of our Northern-bom
citizens as failed to meet her arbitrary
test, cither on account of her manner of
approaching them, or for reasons they
were not called upon to explain to her.
To illustrate how far from the feet of
truth blind prejudice can carry those
who indulge it, Miss Gay thus accosted
a Northern lady: “ They tell me you
are prosperous, that your husband is
coining money, and he is coining it out
of the tfouthem people. ” To Miss Gay
and those who upheld her method* here,
if any there are, we wish to state some
facts. The lady and her husband thus
harshly arraigned have invested fifteen
thousand dollars of money brought from
the North in improving and building up
the town of their adoption. Besides
that amount they have spent in Wav-
cross the principal part of a good-sized
salary earned outside of the town.
For twelve years they have constantly
brought money into the town, and have
not even been indebted to Waycross for a
living. They have also been among our
energetic, loyal—working citizens.
It can be safely left to Waycrossians
to putj.the stamp of disapproval on this,
*rul fipijyr outside interferences, when
ever they invade the harmony of a
united town working for the common
NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION.
The copartnership heretofore existing
dor the name of Smith Sc Adams Is this, tli
28th day of March. I892j dissolved by
tual consent. W. J. Smith bmTinr bought
interest ofJJ. W. Adams, will
W. J. Smith desires to thank, the public
for their liberal patronage in the past, and
hopes to merit a continuance of the same,
2-lm W. J. SMITH,
Can he Made by Agents Selling tlie
Farmers Alliance History
Aud Agricultural Digest
BY N. A. DUNNING.
Author of "The Philorophy of Price.” “Hi,
tory of the United States Dollar.* and As
soeiate Editor of The National Economist,
official organ of the National Farmer* Al
liance and Industrial Union,
The book contains 800 pages, 96 decant
... It contains stati
formation that should be in the p
of every Alliance member. .It is a correct
minor and reflects the true acts and pro
gress that the Alliance has made from its
-'nerption up to date.
Pncr, cloth. H2J0; half Russia. Send,
for terms to agents at once.
2» North Capital Street.
marJO-lt Washington. D.
Bookkeeping, Phonography, Telegraphy,
taught by experienced teachers. Terms
eesy. Chll on or address.
G. W- H. STANLEY,
129 Broad Street.
jan yyZm. Thomas ville, Ga.
Is on deck again with the finest Spring
Stock ever displayed in Waycross.
A large number of Pattern Hats, in all the New Colors and
Combinations, have already arrived, and her accomplished
New York Milliner is here and is turning out marvels of
beauty every day. Don’t miss this beautiful display. Store
between Bank and Post Office. „„ „ .
TO THE LADIES.
are cordially invited to visit the new and elegantly appointed Store of
MRS. TENNENT & CO.,
Now open in the Owens Block, just opposite the depot, Waycross, Ga. Yeu
will find it fitted up exclusively for Millinery and Dress Making. Our Stock
embraces everything needed to make a Summer Hat Stylish and beautiful. Special
attention is invited to the entirely new and faultless French System of Cutting aud
Fitting. Courteous attention and entire satisfaction will l»e given to you and
Mrs. M. P. Tennent & Co.,
Owens Block, Waycross, Ga.
Two Doors from Brad Watson & Co’s Leading Dry Goods Store
J. V. NORTON,
Or anything in the prints t line,
We have three power presses. A new
lot of type, New stationery, and lots of
it; and will do your work better and
cheaper than any other house in this
DRY GOODS, SHOES AND HATS.
The Largest Stock in this Market.
LADIES SLIPPERS & HOSIERY
Call and Examine the Dress Goods Department.
W. P. LEE,
GROCERIES,: HAY, : GRAIN!
Next Door to the north of Lanier & Yomjiaus,
Where, with his
He is supplying the public at Lowest Prices. Call on me
and be satisfied.
Waycross, Ga., July 4-tf.
Everything in Stock warranted to be Pore and Fresh.
Ml STICK CHIT
We fill Orders from neighboring towns in lots not less than
One Dollar. Address all correspondence to
THE CITY BAKERY,
CASON cfa MIIjIjERa
Groceries, Hay, Grain, Hour and Butter r, re
Specialties. y J '
Court House Square. w layers, Georgia