WE LEAD. OTHERS FOLLOW
Brad Watson & Co’s
Leading Dry Goods Store.
j N'ew Spring and Summer (iamb.
Owens Work, Opposite Depot.
KOI: ANYTHING KEPT IN A
AT FAIR PRICF.ft, CO TO
B. J. SMITH, Druggist,
although they cannot in the least under-
staml what ydu are asking.them to tlo or
to get, they smile and bow,'and show
every willingness to serve Jjrou. Very
soon you find yourself adopting tlieir
vivacious gesturing, ami so. through
nature’* first invention for communicat
ing thought, the sign language. v«.u get
to Ik* understood. * ;;
I got one bath in llarana^.Tlii* sceuw
a small matter, but.
WARE COUNTY'S HASS MEETING.
WHAT WILL IT CURE.
I*r. John I toll's Huruparilta will cure
s prful*. «J pbilli". piruplrs. tioiln. son* ryo.
riti* *«nn. whWa-IimmI, Imiic-acls-s. ach
ing joint- mu! mm- h-. -ore liinr*. son* kid-
son* liver, tain. Itark, the after eflr«i of
menttry and i-rfa-h. d>>|«*-p-ia. asthma,
nervous ilHtility, font*!** complaints, rriwr* I
weaktn--. unnatural fatigue, d<. It is
-tronire that anyone will continue to suffer ,
from any of the atwne complaint* when tin-
Dr. John Hull** Sarsaparilla.
will restore perks i licalth and •tretiglli. It
stands umsiiialisl ns a \cs<i;il.le tonic and ,
Mood purifier, ami no other remedy has as
-me liirativr rirtun*. It is highly «onm»-
tratnl and m yer fails to tia\e a good effect J
on the system, ami ha* proven it-f If in
thousamls .din-taiuv a cure for nil forms *
of weakness, sort's am! imIii. You have on- j
ly yourself to I.lame if you remain an In-
valid when lids remedy will irslore y..ur I
health. Large lactic (Hri tca-»|monrulls) ‘
#!.•»». Sold by druggist*.
K. It. Itohy. Vim-rtim*. ]mlMiia^l^s.v
,- i would m.t grit* .*»»• lK.Tti.orihilrotarKa-
tarillit for twenty lmttlcs of any oilwr blood
tn.dk ino I havener taken, and I twlleve
I have use.| a ham I <.f other me.lieim s for
FRO* THE PACES OF THE EDITOR’S
* <»l barter lukinj jiowdcr.
Highest of all in leavening strength.—
Flrci Life and Accident IiwurapceCom
BEAT, ESTATE OFFICE,
KNIGHT A ALLEN,
Teacher and Pupil.
The really good teacher; will awaken
and incite her pupils. She will set J»e-
fore them the right kind of work and
From Ourlfofftihir'f Virrcspondcid.
Wa81iinhtos, I>. C., Slav 6,1892.—:
Arbitration of the Behriug -Sea matter
A MAN n2o£S450
fullest possible extent. There are thou
sands of people in the North, in the
West, in New England and across the
ocean who have invested largely in
various enterprises for furthering the
development of the South. Nine out of
ten oi such investors have not been in
the South and will never visit that see*
tion of the country. They have read and
heard much of the wonderful resources
of theSouth,it-s rapidly growing industrial,
its mines, forests, mills and furnaces, and
when they go to Chicago next year they
naturally expert to sec a Southern exhibit
proportioned to the wealth and resources
of that section, They are fully justified
in such an expectation and the responsi
bility fo; fulfillment rests with the South
—with each State an well as with indi
We earnestly hope that all consideration
of false economy will be set aside in thu
matter, arid that all the Southern Staten
will act in unison im providing for a
display at Chicago. It is not a matter
of willingness or inclination,but of neces
sity—a necessity that is imperative. Let
there be no delay,no differences of opinion
as to plans, but let there lie every where
a united and determined effort to place
the South on an equal footing with the
entire world in the World’* Columbian
S ernthents under the shadow of England's
j power and Influence will lean to the En-
j glish view of the case. And how about
j future disputes sure to arise from time
■Jo time? Is the American eagle to be
■ played with by cat-like diplomacy,
! pushed with this paw and then with
j that ? Arc our right- io l>e questioned,
; evaded and oar government postponed,
j and raublted until European arbitrators
I are called in to give a practically pre
determined and hostile verdict? .
GIT S3, DIPLOMACY ASP A BBITR ATIOX.
The main-difficulty 1- that Great Bri-
she will not do their thinking for them.
Should she do any. work which they
liLJLdll taw* Van*
-■ - == sL
LUDBEK & BITES.Smmk.Gi.
Wbn hiw het o». sad that ttaa
W. A. WRIGHT, J. P.,
__ And Agent For
National Guarantee Co
Securities obtained on easy terms. Special
attention given to the collection of claims.
Post Office Building. Waycross, Ga.
»• D * *owsotham c . a. xnarar
ROWBOTHAH & MURPHY.
Architects and Builders.
WAYCROSS, ... GEORGIA.
Plans and Specification Furnished.
WHT 19 mt
W. L. DOUGLAS
vour American wit* to bridge over the '
chasm—which in my case was represent- j
ed lw one of the pillows—miserable hard
thing* they were ton—on my bed. This •
and the little mg I used as snow shoes j
and became qnitc.expert in sliding about i
over the stone floor-while making ray !
toilet. * |
The rooms were poorly .lighted too, j
but the exclusion of the sun is profaa- j
bly an advantage in this climate, and j
ventilation is secured by transoms and j
l»v the great bright of the rooms.
The better rooms open onto courts
where flower* and tropical plants grow
luxuriantly in boxes.
The chamber-maids are all meu. and
his teacher do his thinking for him.
have an opportunity to buy a
row. of the ties* strain, young,
and alMolutely withont a fault.
Kill Grim—Guaranteed to cure itch in
30 minutes. For sale by B. J. Smith, aplff-ly
A TRIP TO CUBA.
CITY TAX NOTICE.
iict ity Tux Books wi
«• on tin* corner of Pnrker and Klim
of getting at it Avps quite elaborate.
living W.vrraro .... Ilie fi..t Mail, a A,, ‘'?! n ? thc "»■
verv comfort,.bit* dav in a Pullman lmf- i * on ^ ™ rhara.hroctnw 1 tlunm-J a
fi-t ;„r bought us, at if cl«, to Tampa, j u ’>' I " ck ,,air - S>‘
or, more truly shaking, to the great
hotc1^‘‘Tampa Bay,” which was our ren
dezvous for the night.
Tbi. .iiapnitirc.it atru.-tur.- «* July ?M**™"«* ««* »*»* «» ">»«»'•
inspet 4 t the following i.iorning ami 11 llt "° ’ll.II uni one m..i ronailt
Mr. Plant', fine courage in bnibling ...cl. liU ' *’» lf a " '"'" r *“ S et ,h “ l
1 bath-room in wha( they considered a
suflicicntly imtuacuhite condition for my
■highness. One man scrttblied out the
bath-tub while another washed the floor,
they scrubhed the brushes and sponge*
l» nrt ami smiled ltenignly on uie aa if to say
„„ r “it shall Ih* like thc snow, .Senora!” Thc
. Monday. !
To nil who
dioii will I*
in it may coiui
til for her Inin*
o. bn-, in tine 1
iit'tl for have t.
said minor < hil
• ht-nnl on tin*
rid*. April llih,
rnt: Julia «.1
•r t liiM, Berth
IN tW LI NO,
naminoth caravansary compliuicuted.
A drive through Tainpa was not os-
E j peeially interesting. Thc greatness of
■'J | the hotel rjuite throws the shadow
•'* j significance over the little city,
j evening train carried us on to
i Tampa to wait for the Havana sti ,
I Finding her delayed bv rough weather I tur,,eJ 0,1 coW water - hot water *
from Mobile, we made ourselves conifor- l >ut hcr fin g er ln » s, ‘°ok her heatl disajv-
:1 . tabic in the ,’tu.ii.lt, Jeliglltr.il little betel j I™™* 1 ?’ aml li,,all >' *»'%.' iu 1“"*-
W."k. “I'AliKKIt. no the water ‘ The Inn.”
was at 7 o’clock in the morning,
ilav, February the 21st, that we
SAVANNAH ADVKKTfSKMENTS. | Umnhaithe “Mascotte,” and watclial,
with gnat interest, the shores of our na
tive land recede from sight.
Thc weather was clear and warm, the
sea as smooth as glass, so that it was in
great disgust with ourselves that Laura
and I succumbed, alter a few hours, to
sea sickness, and turned ignominiously
tomine to com
j *» plea.ur,
! with fresh t
j brought fresh
; discontinue tl
EDWARD LOVELL’S SONS,
■ forw ard and see if it was
. They loaded me down
•wels, like counterimnes,
ioap and scciiuhI loth to
eir kindly offices. And
or all this work and attention, the bill
bowed only a charge of fifty cents for a
Hardware, Tinware, Plows,
Tur|M*ntiue Manufacturers’ Supplies,
Ikir. Band and'Hoop IKON.
Wheels, Axles and Wagon
Guns. Pistols and Ammunition. dltMy
) land, a
Delegates to the State Convention flto-m
—Cleveland and Northen Emlorse-
The Democratic mass meeting of
Ware county was'held here last Satur
day. Col. William A McDonald wa*»
made permanent Chairman and Wjlliam
M. Toomcr. Sci-retarv. ('oh McDonald
sjioke a hearty welcome to all who were
there in the garb of lViiKK-mts and to
the real interests of pure Democracy.
The following resolution was adopted:
That with pride we indorse
that grand and fearless Democrat, (tro
ver Cleveland, for President. Wc can
'conceive of no good reason why our na-
tichal convention should not nominate
him, for in him we have the -embodi
ment of the man and the issues on which
wc must battle for success in Novcml*er
He*ofretl, That we most heartily en
dorse the administration of Gov. Nor-
then, and each of the State house officers.
On motion of Dr. 1>. K. Mi-Master,
thc foregoing resolution was adopted hy
HITCH & MYERS,
ATTORNEY’S AT LAW,
Up Stairs Wilson's Block.
j S. WILLIAMS,
Attorney at Law.
WAYCROSS. .... GEORGIA.
JOHN c. McDonald,
Attorney and Counselor at
Dmc* up stain in Wilson Block.
1^ A. WII.RON, T
Attorney at Law,
WAYCROSS, . . . GEORGIA
R. O. CANNON,
Attorney at Law,
WAYCROSS, - . . OBOROIA.
OmcK up ..air. in Wilson lUork.
Will practice in .lie lln.ii.nirk Oircuil an,I
c by special c
tee namiHl by the
Lott, E. H. Crawl
Million,.William II. Miller, John S.
Sharpe- and W. l>. Hamilton. This
committee, through their chairman, Mr.
Icott. presented the names of four dele-
Llovd & Adams
Paints. Oils. Doors. Sash and Blinds,
Terra Cotta and Sewer Pipes.
Lime, Plaster and, Hair and Cement.
r..mt rr..M”r.-.s : ,n.| \Vl,it«k.* r si-..
Savannah, : : Georgia.
i the night,
i, and thus got no impression
morning found us on deck,
breakfast, and keenly alive to
Not long, however, d
wait lie fore wc sighted tin
s of “Morn. C
IS all foreigu
do, far out i
land of Cuba
ve passed the
die," and dropi**d
i of car|K*ts
IN YOUMANS’ BLOCK
One .Minute Walk from Union ,
Apr.-., J. W. Strickland, Agi.
JOHNSON’S RESTAURANT i
I’lant Avenue—Gmivenfont to IVp-S.
Meals tt Onto. '«Cent*.
Fan* Equal to Any #2-a-Dq,v Hous<*. i
Every Patron Sent Away Satisfied, j
Wc guarantee satisfaction, and solicit the :
t».iln>n.ige of the public. All we «>k is n
trial. J, t, JOllNsuN.
1S71. The Old Reliable. 1S92.
Ktrrtric t.iffht anti Hell*.
ARTESIAN WELL WATER.
Electric Cara to and from all Depots
RATES $2 PER DAY.
M. I.. HARNETT.
. . m can get all the comforts
e IlMtxirrp Hop
t can get all the c
ictsl Hotels, and stive fro
Dollars tier day.—/Wou
They charge von in Cuba
: they charge you again for 1
but extortion is 11-t prnetieed in the
; The houses are wonderfully, deliciously
j cool, duo I think to the thick stone walls
through which the heat never penetrates,
and to the Infly ceilings and marble
What is not marble i>
and with tlu* heath fill nbsr
and drajieries, the houses
are, kept very clean.
The cuisine is excellent: Cofl'ce and
rolls and peeled oranges early in the
morning—you are uever expected to
. peal oranges for youraef any more than
i you would jiotatoes. This early repast
ll.it almnd inimnlMlely on official >« cppowJ lo lx- taken in IhnI. or at
boat came along side a.i.l a govcrnim-nt least in the privnev of your loom, nl-
offieer ‘‘InspeetcJ” ns, ami ne were then ' thongli tunny Americana an- served in
free to put only elves in charge of the j the dining room, hatted and gloved for
hotel agent of our choice. Ity i list rue- the morning’s sight-seeing. From elu
tion of friends who had made thc trip j on to one o’clock an elaborate breakfast
the year la-fore, we selected the Hotel i» partaken of in the (lining room, served
Pasaje (pronounced Pns-saek-ic), whose i in courses and finished up with clu-csr,
agent slowed ns away in one of the queer- gnava jelly, slirw of delicious pine apple, I eept.sl, and said
est little crafts we ever saw on the water, maimne apples, sapaililbay and sherbet, i follow ing names;
a union of n row Unit and an emigrant which is put down on the American side \ man; \\\ II. Mill
wagon. of the menu card “yce-cream.” Then j Sirmans, J. I,. Cl
I'niler this hoop-like awning we last, come eotfee and “Tliea." This is
crawled and nearly died of theheat, and not an American breakfast to swallow in
our bended necks, until sail was hoisted twenty minutes. It is an important
and a little breeze revived us. ejss-li in the .lay ami rtypecled as well
.Thirty minutes sail brought us to the j as enjoyed. Dinner, from six to eight,
Havana wharf, and ns soon as we iliseui- is a delight in the Pusagr, euisinieally
barked the lively agent hustled latum j and socially. Every body is in vivn-
,f the and myself into what they call a “Vie- cious spirits and prettily drewtd for the
11 One* toria," though a sorry one it is, and only ! theatre or other evening amusements,
Ihtitf „hen clattering ..long tilt- narrow streets , no one is in a hurry, the food is excel-
charge of a driver to whom | lent, the waiters ha]ipy, and Hying about,
To May convention—John c. McDon
ald, l.con A. \Vi 1st loin. s. sharp and
Louis^L’. Wilcox. Alternate*—Ol>:uiinli
Barber, E. M. Cribh, William M. Denton
ami Dunean C. (’armiehael.
To August Cimvention — John C.
McDonald, Loon A. . Wilson, Henry
Strickland and J. W. Starling. Alter
nates -.1. Alfred Cason, H. C. Williams,
W. T. James, Sr., and I). A. Jordan. On
motion of John (.'. McDonald, it was re-
Rolvcd that should any of the delegates
selected by this meeting fail to attend in
person or hy proxy, then the delegates
in altendanee Ik* authorized to cast
votes for those alksent and unrepresented.
A motion was then offered by John S.
Sharp suggesting the appointment l»v
n to |i
of the world a dangerous business.
Kqi AIJTYA*. RETIPEOUITY.
The aihninistration will move cottgre**
to imj»ose tolls m»on Canadian vessels
passing through the great Sault canal.
This certainly is a very proper tiling to
do in view of the tolls imposed by Cana
da upon American vessels passing thc
•Welland and St. Ijtwrence canals aml in
view of other like things done by Iter in
distinct contravention of the treaty of
The giving of sii months notice to
Great Britain to end the Agreement not
to build war vessels on the lakes will
also Ik* recommended. This stipulation
is unequal in its effect and practically
binds the United States only.
Two new military stations are to l»c
established near the Canadian border,
one in northern New Y’ork or Vermont
and rite other in the far northwest.
The ship loads of f«>od given to starv
ing Russians are a national defense,
though given without that intent.
When during the late war Eutojk* was’
ready to profit by our dissensions a Rus
sian fleet quietly anchoring in our waters
recoin- | s j| t .„t]y Ha ij “Hands off.” In future em-
^ dele- j ergencios we may i>ossildy need our
in the j f r j CI „i j„ the east. At all events these
•mmit- 1 £,. oat popular international charities in
dicate the rising tide of civilization and
universal good will and are a rebuke to
greed and oppression. And 110 nation
needs the lesson more than does Russia
our silent ally.
Congress is making slow progress and
particularly the House, which is tied up
hy its insistence ij(m>m the presence of a
voting quorum. Reed and the Republi
cans enjoy tlio "Democratic dilemma and
refuse to vote saying to Speaker Crisp,
“W0 are here. Count us. Y’ou have a
quorum.” . There are also lh>m(K*rats,
notably Bailey, of Texas, who aggravate
the situation by frequently crying “no
quorum,” and the Democrats find it im
practicable to have a voting quorum of
tlieir own always on bund.
Thc nominating conventions will he
practically uninstructcd. Of thirtv-fonr
Republican State conventions fifteen
have instructed for Harrison, and those
are. mostly southern States which are
solidly Democratic. On the other side "I'kK. F. €\ FOLKS, 1*1
..no State baa instructed fi.r Hill, »ix for Qa -
Cleveland and eight have given no in-
1, fifteen conventions having
" ho 1 boon held.
tion of delegates he reappointed was ac
cepted, and said committee offered the
following names; Warren Lott, Chnir-
D. X lMaefcburn, Ik
ley, K. M. Cribh, !
r. x<. orawxiEiy,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
WAYCROSS, : GEORIHA.
Office in ti.e Wilson ltuiiding.
S. L. DRAWDY,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
HOMERVILLE, : . GEORGIA,
DR. J. H. REDDING,
OFFICE. FOLKS BLOCK,
Near Hotel Phoenix. apn.0 lv
WALLACE MATHEWS, M. D.,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
WAY’CROSS, : : : : GEORGIA.
DR. J. E. W. SMITH,
Office nt It. J. SMITH’S DR0G STORK.
Residence 'Hicks Street.
WAYCROSS, - GEORGIA.
|)R. A. P. ENGLISH,
Physician and Surgeon,
WAYCROSS - - GEORGIA.
Mfir* All calls promptly attended. 'V®®
pit. D. K. McMASTF.lt.
Physician and Surgeon.
WAYCROSS, - . - GEORGIA.
All calls promptly attended to. (rf
T. E. Laxikk’s Jewelry Store.
sionally engageil. . jyl.ly
DR. RICHARD B. NEW.
PILYSierAN AND SURGEON.
Office at Miss Remshart’s,
WAYCROSS, : : : GEORGIA.
The South at the World’s Fair.
The older industrial sections of the
North are making liberal preparations
for representation in the world’s fair,
and the west i« providing for the oe«.
with :i wonderful display of prodigality. DR. T. A.. BAXLEY,
Mcncy appropriate*! for this purpose • DENTIST,
does not indicate extravagance in any 1 Office over Bank, On Plant Avenue
J. Miller, L. C. Wilcox, J. A. Cason, D. I rrs|K*et, but the indifferent i>olicy that < W'AYC’ROSS, : ; GEORGIA.
R. Walker, J. M. Mrijuaig, Daniel Cor- i lli,H ,M ' en adopted by a few of the South* |
bett, .1. W. Starling, R. McD. Bennett, • eru ^‘ates must Ik* reganle*! as either
\V. M. Denton, G. JI. Roberts, J. B. [parsimony or a failure to appreciate the
Taylor, T. P. Lee, George W. Crawfortl, i importance of the opj>ortuuUy.
Henry Strickland, 1». C.. Carmichael and j ' There is not, to our knowledge, any
J. II. Miller. The report of the commit- j othcr to which a reasonable appro-
tee was adopted by a unanimous vote. ! pnation could Ih* devoted with better rc-
On motion of J. J.. Crawley it was re- : sults l,,au 5,1 1,10 provision of turntable
sol vc*l “that wc hereby extend a cordial ' exhibit of the resource* and industries of
Ration to the Eleventh district Dent- !
' H. N. FISH’S
s ordered, the gentlemen sntoke . oeratic Congressional t
their fragrant Havanas, and althbugli
many American tourist* are taere, they
catch the spirit of the place and forget
to grumble and to look impatiently at
their watches. Even the little Cuban,
ignorant and under the yoke
oppressions, cau teach to the nervous,
restless American, the lesson of ex
tracting pleasure from the passing, hour.
[Continued next week].
our English was utiintellegikle, did we
wildly ask each other where were our
husbands, and what would Woomc of us
should we get lost front them in IS*
strange land of strange jargon. The
driver looked happy, and quite as if ab
ducting American wives was his regular
However, after driving furiously for
j some time, we were dei>o*itcd in front of
the Hotel Pasaje, where we stood in ab
ject misery, in the midst of much Span
ish lingo, for a dreadful two or three
minutes, 'when another Victoria landed
our, not wretched, blit wretclics of hus
bands, jauntily smoking Cuban cigars,
and not apparently in any anxiety over
a posible abduction of their spouses. We
found a clerk who could speak English,
and bargained for two DMims at four <b»l> . , , ,, 1 »
law a dav. in gold, apiece. ; should do for themselves, she would J futIlre
Titov wore .... the third fi<x,r. and ! c,,c " ura *‘' a , ° f , ” arti * ,n ! lo time ?
lootcl like prison ix-lls, with their .-old ^ “ man - v 0IBN *" -«W'eetwd
stone fi«tors, iron bedsteads and scanty a
furniture. Due little rup. 1x2, in front ! 1>n P ,la ■ ,hm,ld har,? * U " cedful *W ,li -
| of oacl. laal mate- drawing a ooncenlra- a 1“ ,ct mm an ' 1 an a ” ,looa > !ov -
Southern State in this great exposi-
Advertising is the life of industry in
Ik* appointed by j days,and states that desire to attract
attention aml promote development
might a* well enclose their borders with
a high fence as to neglect any good op-
portuny for making their advantage*
known to thc world. Thc business man
who does not advertise confines his oper
ations to a narrow field, and this rule ap
plies equally well to a'town, county or
>State. The World’s Columbian Exposi
tion is a huge advertising enterprise and
those who.do not participate in it will
feel the effects in an unfortunate manner.
“There is a jKKuliar necessity for the
.will be ag»in.t ongoing Untie Ham. i S*""' 1 *“111“ «■*« opportunity to the
a-vsign judicious broom, ,he will gui,le j .ubitrator. appointed Ur- Kuro.H-on gov-
.ila on.l tiM.I. tl.o.v, fra t- 1..., 11 • in
the district executive committee.”
On motion of.Capt. W. D. Hamilton
it was resofvetl, amid enthusiastic aj>-
plause, “that this meeting indorse and
y j.recommend Col. John C: McDonald, of
I Waycross, as a suitable delegate from
the Eleventh district to the Democratic
national - convention.”*
WAY’CROSS, - . . GEORGIA
Office up stairs in the Folks Block.
D R. JAM. C. RIPPARD,
Physician and Surgeon,
(late of Pennsylvania.)
Special attention given to Gcnito Urina-
Fire, Life and Accident'In
WAYCROSS, - . . GEORGIA.
—Nothing but first-class eorapiuiies rrpre-
sented. Ixmura \ce effected- oil All classes a'