Ool E. H. Myers returned Monday
afternoon from a visit (o Marietta.
Mr. II. T. Dunn, of Brunswick, w in
the city, looking after hw business in-
Mrs. Julia Caredo, postmistress of
Folkston, came up t« the city tine-week.
' J. R. Bonn, of Else, mu here on
Mr. Cha*. L. Pratt, of Hilliard, was
in town Thursday, looking after his
J. R. Taylor, of Glentnore. visited, the
Mr. W. 1L McIntosh is, we regret to
learn, on the sick list this week.
Mrs. latent* Jenkins and children are
visiting in iSouth Florida.
To The W. M „ and Members of Way.
cross Lodge, No. 305 F. sad A. M.
Your committee to whom was intrust,
ed the preparation of resolutions in
memory of our Brother, Dixie H Hit-
Hard, ask to submit the following:
Whereas, The alarm has again been
sounded at the door of our Lodge room
and He that gireth hath taken away the
soul of our loved Brother, Dixie B. Hil
Therefore, Resolved, That while we
murmur not, yet, we cannot refrain
from expressing the irreparable loss to
this Lodge, the community, his family,
all have sustained. It is indeed myste
rious the working of the Great I Am;
whereby it seems that the dearest, most
prominent are taken and those less ex
emplary, if not- less valuable as friend
and Brother, are permitted to remain
and prepare their earthly beings for that
“building not made with hands, eternal
in the Heavens.” Truly “death loves a
shining mark.” We bow in humble
submission to His will and offer our sin
cere and heartfelt condolence to the
afflicted family and the very large circle
of friends, and recommend to them as
exemplary the life and walk of our la
mented departed Brother. May they
follow those and the separation, while
comparatively long, will be short, when
they will meet In the Celestial City.
Friend and Brother farewell: When
eternity, with its teeming millions, makes
vocal those gem bedecked walls may our
voices with yours swell the Glorious
Resolved, That the Jewels of this
Lodge be draped in mourning for the
space of thirty days, and that. a page in
our record be dedicated to his memory,
and that a copy of these resolutions be
furnished to the family of our deceased
Brother, and that the Waycross papers
be requested to publish the same. Fra
W. W. SlIARPE,
W. D. Hamilton,
C. T. W. Syphan,
Adopted at a regular meeting of Wnv-
cross Lodge held May 11th, 1892.
D. B. English,
Consisting of two bed-rooms, a bath-room
and large sitting-room, all tarnished and
opening with French windows onto a piazza.
Can be secured by two or more yonng gen
tlemen desiring to dub together. The loca
tion is near the depot and a very desirable
one. Inquire at Herald. tf
Oflrlal Organ of Ware f'onnty.
Official Organ of Charlton County.
Carp North ex, )
Griffin 1 , Ga„ May 25,1892, >
12 Noon, j
Awr Jfrt Ret<t;—After a tiresome
trip of 279 miles we arrived yesterday
morning about i a. m. Have-been hard
at work getting things ship-shape and
are now snfficiently initiated to begin to
feel Hke veterans.
Within ten minutes after our arrival
in camp we sat down to a splendid
break Cut in our own mess hall, which
latter was nicely cleaned and In thor
ough good order. This was doe entirely
to Sergeant Jno. Hogan and the cooks,
Charlie Cooper and Jim Martim, who
worked untiringly all night before our
arrival to have thing* in readiness for
us. The boys wont forget the Sergeant.
camp, and he
SATURDAY, MAY 28,1892.
children or grown people, restorii
weak and puny to robust health. Try
So ocher worm medicine is so safe am
Price 25 cents at drug stores, or sent b
by John P. Park & Sons Co., 175 ai
Sycamore St, Cincinnati, O. de<
WHAT WILL IT CURE.
Dr. John Bull’s Sarsaparilla will cure
scrotala. syphillis, pimples, boils, sore eyes,
ring-worm, scabby-head, bone-aches, ach
ing-joints ami muscles, sore lungs, sore kid
neys, sore liver, lame back, the after effect of
mercury and potash, dyspepsia, asthma,
nervous debility, female complaints, general
weakness, unnatural fatigue, etc. It is
strange tliat anyone will continue to suffer
from any of tlic above complaints when the
U> ° ° Dr. John Bull’s Sarsaparilla.
will restore perfect health and strength. It
stands uncqnalod as a vegetable tonic and
blood puriher, and no other remedy has as
sure curative virturc. It is highly concen
trated and never fails to have a good effect
on the system, and has proven itself in
thousands of instances a cure for all forms
of weakness, sores and pain. Yon have on
ly yourself to blame if you remain an in
valid when this remedy will restore your
health. Large bottle (192 tea-spoonfnlls)
$1.00. Sold by druggists.
K. B. Roby. Vincennes, Indiana, writes:
“I would not give one bottle of Bull's Sarsa
parilla for twenty 1 Kittles of any other blood
medicine I have ever-taken, and I believe
1 have used a liarrcl of other medicines for
To onr Bank, in which we will receive deposits from $1.00 to $5,000. paying interest at the
rah* of 4 per cent, thereon, per annum, which will be credited
FOUR TIMES A YEAR.
Natmjy, January 1st, April 1st, July 1st and October 1st
newspaper and you will find our* to be less.
Transient advertising inserted at $U» per
inch first insertion. 50c subsequent insertion.
Reading notice in loc&l columns 10c per
line first Insertion; 5c per line each subse
Protmioul cards $f).00 per annntn after
For Cheep advertising aee Cheap Column.
Advertisements to insore insertion any
week mantis in by Wednesday of that week.
Cliangrs made in advertisements, insetted
at onr regular rates, and for specified tiny?,
will be charged for n»«wt of making said
^AdSitional rates will be charged Sir spe
Save Your Spare Dimes
We have the beat mess in
deserves great credit for it.
On entering the camp grounds, a por
tion of the Savannah Cadets, recognizing
in Capt. Farr one of their old comrades,
gave us a rousing cheer. We hare
fallen naturally into the routine duties
of camp, and are in good spirits.
We were ordered out for batallton drill
at 10 a. m., and after being nearly
cooked by a broiling sun, were dismissed
until 2 o’clock, when the encampment
•was formerly opened by Governor Nor-
then. In the review by the Governor
we had the honor of being attached to
two companies of the regular army who
were at the head of the column, and
though the boys were a little nervous at
bring placed in such a position, they held
their own, and are not ashamed of their
After supper, although the boys were
naturally fatigued by the long journey
and hard days work, they made the
scene around thecamp fire cheerful with
bright faces and merry songs, but re
tired early, for it was at 5 o’clock this
morning that they were to go on duty,
and they were promptly at their post
To day regular duty is enforced and
i Capt. Farr is officer of the day, and
“Sarge” Green Ls sergeant of the guard,
so the “boys” “are in it,” sure. Pri
vates Allen, Croom and Ed. Crawley
are marching their posts as sentinels
like regulars, despite a hot sun. We
are off duty at noon until 4 o’clock this
Fora rainy day, and put them whore they will be-safe arid earning you something.
“trimming" pearl buttons jnst
. Wat-on A Co.
C. C. Grave,
J. E. Wadley.
The closing exercises of the High
School are set, we Micve, for tho 9th
and i 0th of Jane.
This ushers in a season of much heed
ed rest for the teachers, who have work
ed faithfully during the year to sustain
a school of such high order as to give
Waycross prestige as an educational
The pupils too, after the nine monJts
of wholsesome discipline' and necessary
confinement, will welcome a period of
Deposits received every day during Bonking lloti
. in., and the 10th and 17tl» of each month for one horn
and on Saturdays from <5'
the evening—0 to 7 p. m.
Find the Word J
There Ls a 3-inch display advertisement in
this paper, this week, which has no two
words alike except one word. The same is
true of each new one appearing each week,
from the Dr. Harter Medicine Co. This
house places a “Crescent” on everything
they make and publish. Look for it, send
them the name of the word, and they will
return you Book, Beautiful Lithographs or
Samples Free. jan23-ly
unlimited recreation and
FINK JERSEY COWS FOR S&LB.
I offer for sale a limited number of Extra
Fine Cows, fresh in milk, all my own breed
ing. Parties desiring a good, docile family
Cow, can obtain same from the undersigned.
X. F. TIFT.
inayl-l-lni Albany, Ga.
4:45 ami 7 JO
A new lot gauze rildton just received.
Watson A Co.
Wanted—A printer who can live on
the “thank yous” of an appreciative
W. J. Smith will sell you a Ladies Opera
81ipper for 60 cents, and give anewouefor
every pair that ripe. tf
A Ix'Unteous front has he who rata his food
I n awed content and happy frame of mind;
But he who brings rare to the banquet’s
In spite of plenty has hut poorly dined.
Come to ns for all kind of hosiery s
adapted for school children. Brad
Prices which will suit all. Come and see for your
self, and you will find rock bottom prices
Htill the rain holds back, giving us
only tantalizing promises.
Our old friend, Judge Tillman, sends
us his compliments from Quitman and a i
good word for M r. Turner. His letter
will appear next week.
Will be sold on the first Tuesday in June
next at the Court House door, in said coun
ty, within the legal hours of sale, to the
highest bidder, for cash, the following prop
A certain house and lot of land situated
and Being in Old Waycross, Ware county,
Georgia, described as follows: Commencing
at a comer of land owned by Mrs. Mollie
Cason and running along Parallel street
west 57 feet, thence north about 100 feet,
thence west to E street, thence north along
E street about 110 feet,or to the lands owned
by Wesley Cooper, thence east al>out 210 feet
or to the lands owned by Mrs. Mollie Cason.
1 thence south 210 feet or to Parallel street to
the place of beginning. Rounded on the
south by Parallel street and lands owned by
R. B. Bryant, Lucy Quick and L. C. Wil
liams, on the west by K street, on the north
by lands belonging to Wesley Cooper, J. I».
Smith and Knuna Moody, on the east by
lands of Mrs. Mollie Cason. Levied on as
the property of Mrs. J. R. Spangler by an
execution issued from the Superior Court
ofWarc county in favor of L. Williams
against Mrs. .1. !!. Spangler. This April
No auction good* at Brad Watson A C,
It secma good to have a taste of cu
cumber again, and see the blarklrerrie*
We sell child* blouse waist, 25c. Brad
Watson A Co.
The Waycross Herald is one
beat weekly papers in the State,"
We appreciate this, coming as
from so good an authority.
All who want first-class Hats, Bonnets, Toques, Ac.
guarantee satisfaction, and prompt attention given.
should come to
The Presbyterian Assembly in session
at Hot Springs is now considering Dr.
Briggs cam*. Tin* decision is watched
for with interest.
The “green goods” man has been af
ter one of our substantial citizens. The
literature is gotten up in attractive style
and promises a spice of adventure as
well as wealth to the participants. It is
safe with the Herald. Editors don't
get rich—not in South Georgia, any
An Ordinance to prohibit the Blowing of
Mrs. W. H. Dixson and children re
turned WcdnejMlay from a two week*
visit to Savannah. Master Hugh re
mained at home, however, to help get
out the Herald.
Engine Whistles unnecessarily long or loud
within the corporate limit* or Waycross, Ga.
• Be it ordained by the Mayor and Council !
assembled, that from and after the passage i
of this ordinance, it shall Ire unlawful for
any Locomotive Engineer, or an Engineer
of Stationary Engines, or other person or
persons, to blow' the whistle of an engine
unnecessarily loud-or long.-within the cor
porate limits of the city of waycross. And
lor a violation of this ordinance the offender
-shall be fined not more than Fifty Dollars,
or imprisoned at labor fora term of not
more than thirty days.
By order of Council.
W. D. Hamilton, Clerk.
May .24th, 1892.
S. F. MILLER.
Sheriff Ware County.
As the paper goes Jo press, the pic
nickers are having a jolly time at John
son* Park. The editor* picnic “pic” is
of a different character. /
W. J. Smith will sell you a pat
Oxford Tie for 85 cent*, and giv<
new pair for every one that rips.
GEORGIA. Ware Coi xty.
Will Ire sold on the first Tuesday in June
next at the court house door in said county
within the legal hotirs of sale to the highest
bidder for cash, the following property, to
Two certain gray mares, one being about
eight years old, aniT the other about nine
years old. One oTsaid horses named Maud
and the one last described named Fanny.
And also one lightning rod wagon, levied
on to satisfy a mortgage execution issued
from the Superior Court of Ware county in
favor of R. C. Cannon against C. W. Dedge.,
Levied on as the property of C. W. Dedge.
This April 28th. 1892. S. F. MILLER,
apr30-tds Sheriff Ware County,
Mr. I jmicr believe* in advertising in
hard time*. We are glad to learn that
liis recent extensive advertising in the
Herald is already bringing him re
turns in orders from Boston, Baxley and
two other towns where the Herald cir
A Card. ~ ,
Having boon informed that there are
many ladies who say that they have asked
ns to change their old style trunks to the
roller-tray, aud that we have refused to
accommodate them, we beg to say that
we would like very much to oblige them,
hut wc cannot make the change with
credit to ourselves, the- Hotter-Tray
trunks being made in every way superior
to the ordinary trunk.
. H. W. Rountree A Bro.
Richmond, 1<I. It
The Seventh Annual (Commencement
of the Ware*boro High school takes
place on June 3d.
NEWS FOR THE LADIES.
Mrs. M. P. Tennont A Co. have taken the
agency for "the world renowned
Hewing Machines,” guaranteed
best and most durable <
and see^ them.^get ov -
specially low nrices
cordially invited to visit the new and elegantly appointed Store of
to l*e the
„.... the market. Call
.... ™ wm, B v> ..... prices and terms.
For the next 30 days we will also offer
pccislly lew trices on all millinery goods,
idies and chfldren’s bats Ac.
MRS. 51, P. TENNENT A CO..
Owens Block, Waycross, Ga.
Two doors from Brad Watson A Co’s,
wading Dry Goods House. 14-2t -
Who are "going to (’amp Wnycrow
about the lath of June? Please send
in you* names to the Herald.
If the Hegira is big enough we will
send our society editor to St. Simons to
take notes during the season.
On Tuesday the 24th of May, Camp
Xorthen, the permanent encampment
grounds of the military companies of
Georgia, was formally taken possession of
by the State. The ceremony of presenta
tion and acceptance, and the review of
the troupes were witnessed by 10,000
Friday morning, about nine o’clock,
the blowing of the Satilla Manufactur
ing Company’s whistle, taken up by the
various engines in the “yards,” an
nounced a fire, which was soon located
in “Old Nine.” It originated in the
dwelling of Mr. Peach, foreman in the
8.F.A W. Railway blacksmith shops.
This building was burned to the ground,
and Mr. W. H. Sim?’ house adjoining
was badly injured. The water works of
the Satilla Manufacturing Company
saved a general conflagration. The
Chemical Engine, though tardy in arri
val, did effective work in subduing the
Now open in the Owens Block, just opposite the depot, Waycross, Ga. You
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 and
Fitting. Courteous attention and entire satisfaction will be given to you and
having demands against the
estate of A. R. Phillips, late of Ware county,
deceased, are hereby notified to render in
their demands to the undersigned, accord
ing to law, and all persons indebted to said
estate are required to make immediate pay
ment. This May 2, 1892.
JAMES M. SWEAT,
4t Administrator A. R. Phillips, deceased.
A two-story brick building, 10 rooms and
! stores, suitable for hotel or merchandise
mrposes. Apply to D. B. ENGLISH.
J. R. Knight can sell you
Piano cheaper than you can
York or Savannah. And that’
the matter with Hannah.
an Organ or
lmy in New
i just what.*
Mrs. M. P. Tennent & Co.
City Tax Notice.
The books for the receiving of the City
Tax returns for the current year will close
on the 15th day of;June next. Those who
fail to make their returns by that time will be
Tire books for the collection of the City
Taxes will be opened on Monday, June 27th,
next, at mj ""cc corner of Parker and Eliz
abeth streets, daily, from 8 o’clock -a. m. to
12 o’clock m., until further notice. By order
of Council. W. F. PARKER.
City Tax Assessor and Collector,
Waycross Ga., May 20,1892.
Keep this Notice. iny21-4t
Tire ladies always come
style*. Brad Watson A Co.
Two Doors from Brad Watson & Co’s Leading Dry Goods Store
the matter with the weather
clerk! Fires in May, * in the sunny
South, ami rumor* of snow and ice in
the Xorthen .States. The thermometer
registered 38° Sunday night in Way-
Ordered and ordained by the City Council
>f Waycross, that the city ordinance pro-
Hibiting soliciting patronage for hotels, on
the platforms, tracks, cars or between the
tracks of the railroads in Waycross, be so
imended as to embrace within its scope and
meaning all persons soliciting patronage or
‘drumming for boarding booses in Way-
Extract from Council proceedings of May
As an encouragemet to those of our
advertisers who are resolved to continue
with us during the dull season, we have
decided to send out 400 extra copies
every week. We intend that the Her
ald’s advertisers shall do the business
10th. 1892. ’ *" ' 0 "
Published by order of the (Sty"Council.
This May 28th, 1SWJ,
W, D. HAMILTON,
Salesmen.—Energetic men wanted.
Free prepaid outfit One of our agents
has earned over $20,000 in five years-
P. O. Box 1371, New York, may 28-It.
To nil whom it may concern: Am
Hilliard having, in proper form, t.pp
me for permanent letters of adminisl
on the estate of D. B. Hilliard, late <
county. This is to cite all and tingn
creditors and next of kin of D. B. H
to be and appear at my office on tl
Monday in June to show cause, if an
can, why permanent administration i
not be granted as applied for. Witne
band and official signature, tins May •
May 7-4t Ordii
Out citizens will enjoy the bright
letter from our soldier boys. The young
ladies gave them a good send off Mon
day night, from the Armory, and a large
crowd gathered at the depot, with music
and hearty cheers, to see them on their
way to the encampment, where they will
not be the Waycroas Rifles if they do
not reflect credit on themselves, and dis
tinction to the Magic City that feels the
utmost pride in them and their already
Tire New York World has (bond Way-
cross out and writes the Herald to secure
them a correspondent from our little city.
This is an opportunity for some one to
work up Wayccom for all she 1* worth.
Next Door to the north of Lanier & Youmans,
Mr. Whelpley, of the Waycross Rifles,
returned from the encampment Friday
morning, greatly* enthused over the fine
position taken by our boy*. He say* it
is honor enough to be a Waycross Rifle
man in Griffin now. Mr. Whelpley re
gretted being compelled by his duties as
ticket agent here, to leave the camp, but
they still have 27 enrolled.
Where, with hia
He is supplying the public at Lowest Prices.
and be satisfied.
W- P. 1
Wi litre f letter from Ebie and one
from Glnunore. which we will make
room for next week. We are glad to
hear from the towns in which the Her
ald circulate*, and hope soon to enlarge
the. paper to gire them a better repre
Coming Home From Wealejan.
This is the season of “sweet girl grad
uates” and Waycross will soon have one
of her charming young ladies hock from
Wesleyan “for keeps” as the boys say.
(’apt. L Johnson and Mrs. Branham
go to Macon next week to attend the
commencement exercise*, and bring
Mis* Lola liome, the proud possessor of
a ‘‘sheep-skin.” We congratulate Mias
Lola on this richly deserved .reward of
several years of diligent study at Wes
leyan, and Capt. and Mrs. Johnson on
the pleasure of having their daughter
See the offer of Cheap Sub
urban Lauds in the Adver
tising Columns of this paper.
A rare chance to secure a nice
enable you to render tEnSSt order of
service to your clients.”—Benj Battenrorth,
ex-Comm&i inner of Patents. , „ .
“Your good work and faithfulness have
many times been spoken ot to me.”—M. V.
Montgomery. ex-Oommissioner of patents.
“I advise my friends and clients to corres
pond with him in patent matters.”—Schuy
ler Duryee, ex-Chief Clerk or Patent Office.
Address, BENJ. R CATUN,
Mention this paper. Washington D. C.
The Waycroas Headlight excursion to
Jacksonville and Pablo Beach, on Jure
17th will afford every one a delightful
day at the Beach and ample time to see
Jacksonville, as you can go on Friday
and return Saturday, or you can go and
return on Friday. The fare, round trip,
to Jacksonville is $1.23, with only 50
cents included if yon go to Pioblo Beach.
Train leaves ai&15a.m, Be on time!
Waycross, Ga., July 4-tf.
GEORGIA, Chaeltos Cocmr.—
To all whom it may concern: Julia Ga-
redo, guardian for her minor child, Bertha
Clever Willis Moore will take the
place of Roadmaster on tire Savannah,
Americas and Montgomery Railway, on
the 30th of the present month. He has
held a place on the 8. F. A W. Railway
for many years, and he has scores of
friends along the line of the road. May
good luck and promotion attend him in
his new place.—ThomasviHe News.
The Herald rejoices in Mr. Moore’s
promotion, but feels, with other friends
and the citizens generally, that in the
departure of Mr. and Mrs. Moore, Way-
croas suffers a In** that would Ire difficult
f to toff back, leaving the 3
Nothing to break or get out of order. The 2
I Tray can be lifted oot if detired. and to buy •_>
1 this style is a guarantee that yen will get the g
strongest Trunk made. 2
I If your Dealer cannot furnish you, notify the •>
H. W. ROUNTREE L, BRO., Richaread, Vo. |
TheB. A W. R. R. 'will make a
special rate or $1.25 for adults and 75
cents for children, from Waycrns* to
Simons Island and return for Sunday
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OF NEW YORK.