Official Organ of Ware County.
Official Orfaa of Charlton Conatj.
Offlrtal Orfaa City of Way met.
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HATH RIM Y t JINK 2\ 1**2.
Mr. and Mr*. J. II. Salisbury will go
north in July.
Kev. G. IV. Mathews preached M
Duke laM Sunday.
Mi« Minnie Austin is vi-iting friends
iu Coffee county,
Mr. John Preston, of Jacksonville
Was in the city Wednesday.
Mis- Minnie Green, of I .a grange. is
vi-iting Mr>. T. K. lauii-r.
Mr. Jew l>.tt and daughter. Mis*
I»«»r:i. of Hmxton, were in the citv Sat-
COl'NTY COMMISSIONERS' COCRT,
Were County, GrorKU, Jmn 1*1*, ISW.
Present: Warren Lott, Chairman;
Commissioner* Davidson, Cason and
Minutes of last meeting read and con
The following bill* were audited and
ordered paid, to-wit:
E. II. Crawley. cash for insurance
and moving sat*- and furniture to
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~ ~ V ihargrd
Arrival and Departure of Mails
From North and tr.L'*
1 *r. W. U. t long**
; ville, were in Way*
! Saturday !a-t.
j Judge J. !.. Swe
; for Appling county
j term of Superior Court.
! Mi-a Annie Barn*** will accompany
• Mis- Flora and Maud lien nett to St. Si-
I mon* next Wednesday,
! Alins Sallie Fry lias returned to her
I hoine in Jtoiialdsoii. Va.. after several
mouth* visit in Waver,***.
Mr. J. It. Hunter, one of the lien-
: ai.i*’s best friends in Kolkston, has been
| on a visit to his brother at Alapahu.
1 Mr. II. Murphy went to St. Simon*
i Tuesday to look after the work going on
1 there. He returned Wednesday night.
Mr. A. lb llennett and wile left last
! Wednesday morning for St. Simons to
| increase the population of the Way cross
i for hook*
s pier bin .V.
, as janitor.
I'Auvcrgnc work a* per hill..
'. Miller, jail As" for May
while j j 11. (iiiion.Work on jail ivFls
! S. F. Miller f«*r guard*, execution of
hold an adjourned 1 j. \V. Johnson for lumber*
Head Mr. IJishoji
looking tine after the
tribute to Pol
A. H. Andrews i
Peter High-mith, keeping t
The following pauj*er
dered paid, viz:
t 'has. Howard
mdse as per hill 4 'St
r- 1 tO
'ounty Judge, salary 41 fifi
business ill Hillllsv
Simons frCi|iient ly.
Hev. G. It. N. MeDonell deli urn I a
very intenwting lecture at the Methodist
church last Sima ay night oil mission I
Mrs. <Jeo. A. Crooiu and chihlrcn
have gone to North Carolina to visit rel
ative*. and George is now patronizing
Mis* I.'iura Miller, the head milliner
for Mrs. K. Cotinghain, left last Monday
for Clifton Fodger, Va.. where she will
remain for some time.
Mis* Annie Nelson, a j*o|>ular young
lady of this city, left a few days ago to
visit some friends in Rutledge, in com
pany with Mrs. Cha*. Morris.
Col. C. It. l’eftdleton, of the Valdosta
Times, was in the city Saturday last.
Mr. Pendleton is a true blue, Simon
pure Democrat, and has put in some
good work for the party in this section.
Mrs. K. I- Heed, the editor of this
pa|*er, with her son, Haines, are sum
mering at St. Simon* Island. Anything
wanting in the make-up of the paper du
ring her ah-ence may In- attributed to
Mr. J. A. Me Dll Hie. formerly General
Freight Agent of the Hrmiswick ami
Western, and his «-*tiinahle lady, sjN-nt j Waveross
la*t Monday in the eitv with mine host |
Weiss, en route to their future home ii
! New Jersey.
! Brad Watson ,k Co. are busy supply
I u>g people going to the Island, ami a
Harry Mack 8 33
Jame* < 'obb....... 5 00
On motiou of Commissioner Cason, J.
K. Jones, I*. C. Tracy and A. Goulsby
were np|H>inted commissioners to review
the old road now in dispute, leading
from near the residence of J. K. Jones
t*» Mt. Pleasant Baptist church in said
county, and make their report at the
next meeting of the Commission on the
first Tuesday in July next.
On motion of Commissioner Cason,
Charles Howard was stricken from the
pautH-r list after Juue 1st, 1892. ,
Commissioners adjourned to meet first J *
Tuesday in July, 1892.
IV. M. Wilson, Wakrkx I/yrr,
IP THIS BE LOVE.
“If this be love,” *h* said, the love supreme.
That mortals Vldow know except in
Then lay I my whole heart within yonr
Giving all faith aud all faith demand ;
Now must all other love before this one.
Pale a* the star* before the rising sun."
“Yonr earlier loves,''*l»e -aid, half-wist fully.
“I envy not nor would I wish to U*.
I a*k not even that yon love me more.
But l«etter, higher than ywu've loved !*•-
I look Hot back, your past was all yonr own.
But no gho*t from it mud dispute my
"If thi* lie love," she proudly, sweetly said.
"Your heart will echo to my highest tread.
Asleep, awake, your thoughts will turn to
As mine to yon in perfect loyalty ;
I inn>t to you U- from the world a]iart.
Even as you dwell alone within my
If this he love," she said, "the love that
Thro’ want and woe. tho' death itself In-
Theti in this life and ail the life to be.
still heart to heart in Love’s eternity :
Should I go fust unto the Silent Shore,
You’ll welcome death that will your dead
“If this In* love,'* she said, "the perfect love.
Born in our heart- front that great Heart
Tlien better grow* the world, and Heaven
—Mas. J. S. Tart.
Wahksboko, Ga., June 22, 1 892.
Editor Wavcross IIkru.ii :
Please allow me space in yonr valua
ble columns to say a few words in re
gard to the management at the "so
called Democratic primaries" in Ware
In voting it de|>ends entirely on who
owned the ox, but it made no difference
It seem* to us that nearly all Un
voting people of Wavcross ha* gone to
St. Simon-. That accounts for the dull-
The farmer wears a hrighl, cheerful
eoiiiitenamv since the delightful rains
of the past week, and there is a go»»d
pnwjHvl of an ahumlant harvest.
Rev. Mr. Scruggs and Rev. Mr. Porter
exchanged pulpits last Sunday night.
" Behold how good and pleasant it is for
brethren to dwell together iu unity."
The Sunday school class of Dr. Bed
ding met at his residence hist Friday
evening, and had a delightful time. The
Ikx-tor knows how to entertain little
l.a*t Wulmsslay Wavcross Baptist j
Sunday *ohi*d gave a picnic at Johnson
-Park. From rejnirt* all parties had an '
enjoyable time. The pienicer* were in
charge of Superintendent t’arswell. I
Til<**<' of the «-oloni*ts who «l«-*ire to :
have tlu-ir horses on the island this •
summer are arranging to charter a car to j
traus|>ort them nil at once, and tints |
h-ssen the expense to each owner. |
slimmer stock, you c;
A little liirdie whispers in our ear
that a hright-eyed maiden of Waveros.*,
who plunged iu the briny surf at St. Si
mons last season, will change her name
ere long and hie away to the mountains
to s|N-nd the honey moon with lu-r eho-
Urrat Itr<lia<llun Iu l)ruK» for ('Mb, at
MrWhortrr tt Co.'s, Ohhii' Block, Way-
We will sell dollar preparations for
eighty-live cents, some as low as seventy-
five cents. Fifty cent preparations for
forty cents, some as low as low as thirty-
five cents. Twenty-five cent prepara
tions for twenty cents, some as low as
fifteen. A corresponding reduction on
toilet articles, sundries and prescriptions.
We will not be undersold bv anv one in
Make Brad Watson A CVs. store your
headquarters when you come to court.
yet, it is an ailment that is most distressing
We admire strength, but we pity weakness
Weakness i< the etTcct of disease' It is th<
last weapon of the grim monster before h<
lays his victim in the grave. Weak ties*
like pain, is a warning that the system i
e system i* clogged and the
•- of the l*ody are »li«k»nl ’
_ g for aid. t»bey the
Assi-t nature by using a tew bottle* of
Dr. John Bulls Sarsaparilla.
You will be surprised to feel so much Is-tter.
Your digestion will improve. Your blood
will become vitalized ami made pure. You
can exercise witliout fatigue. You ran
sleep and feel refreshed, iu a won!, you will
A-el altogether like a new person. lavrge
l>r. John Bull’-
ot medicine in all the world. 1 have tried
hitters and tonics, but no remedy ever did
u-h g.snl and made me f«s-l s»v
strong and well Hr. John Bull's Sarsapa-
Will In- sold to the highest bidder foreash.
n Saturday. Jam
Ity onh-r oft it
This June Sth.
belonging to the • ity,
next door to Mr. K. Got it
llon*o to Ik* tvmov«*l at or
W. P. LEE,
GROCERIES,: HAY, : GRAIN!
Next Poor to the north of I.anit^r & Yontuaus,
IVhetc, vritli his
He is supplying the public at Lowest Prices. Callj on me
and be satisfied.
Way cross, Ga., July 4-tf.
"W- p. LEE3.
1’ropOHjds will In* receive«l by the under-
sigiust until July 1st. ISSfc?, for building a
City Hailin '” “
to In' of brick ami covt-re
ected under plans and spe
seen at my ottii-e. All bill* to In- sealed and
marked: "I'n'iN'siils for Building«'ity Hall."
Bid* will In- opened July 1st.
W. W. SHAUl'K.
Chairman Finance t'oinin.
Wayeross. Ga.. June 8. l«*2.--4t
Heretofore, all I wanted to know
tliat a man wa» a IXa.uK-rat. I a,-...-,. ;„„„„^ arilv
no more. I never sought to find out •, porate limits of tne
whether he was a ^ntleman or a rascal,
Dr Jonu Hull's Worm Destroyer
:a.*te good and quickly remove worms from
•hildren or grown jnsiplc. restoring the
veak and puny to robust health. Try them.
An Ordinance to prohibit the Blowing of
Engine Whistles unnecessarily long or hunt
within the corjN>rute limits of Wayeross, Ga.
Ik- it ordaitusl by the Mayor and Oouneil
assend>Usl. tliat from ami after the passage
of this ordinance, it shall Ik- unlawful for
any lax-omotive Engineer, or an Engineer
of Stationary Engines, or other person or
:>low the wliistle of an engine
• great reduction sale.
vdlietion Ol x Summtr School to be O|*ror»l t'p
*004Is dirt Monday.
Mr. R. I*. Bird will open a private
school in the Mallon Hall, oil next Mon
thly for the convenience of all pupils
who desire to attend school during the
summer months, or longer. He is highly
recommended ami endtn-sed by the f^tate
School t’oin mission or, S. 1). Bradwell,
instructive thorough and systematic in
' all branches.
| Mr. Bird hits already S.» pupils en-
•fc J rolletl. He lias our hearty endorsement,
! and we wish him much success.
and have never taintetl my Democracy
by casting my vote for an independent;
have always weut to the polls untnpu-
eled and unbiased, just as ail lmnest
men should do, and voted out the right
of cotiscieuce for the tuan of my choice.
I was for Judge Atkinson, ami most
necessarily be for his platform. That of
course, made me ineligible under the
‘‘Force Bill,” and was told the day 1k*-
fore the election by one of the managers
in my District that I should not vote,
and he would see to it. (’onsequently, I
slid not apply.
Now, fellow-citizens of Ware county,
am for Judge Atkinson, and the man
agement of the elections, and the Wall
itreet click, and the Brunswick “Beard
less" Tammany, and the Wavcross Tam-
! have made impressions on my
very soul for the Judge, that years will
not obliterate; ami when him and the
principles lie advocates fall, I lor one,
will fall with him. I have, from the
pulpit and elsewhere, opposed the indis
criminate sale of whiskey, but it seems
that the so called Democracy arc deter
mined to force this evil upon us, with all
damning influences, as they will not
allow us to vote in the primaries for a
that will represent the people’s in-
-iih-criber* have i
do not receive \
A iinmWr of «»m
tnplnineil that the
eir pa|K-r regularly
idently with tin* jK»st office department
On Tuesday night a sectiou gang had
occasion to go to the Sti mile|>ost to stop
and wait in tlie tank. As customary on
^ j such occasions the foreman "slowed up’
When ,ra,ns with :l rt ‘‘l Bght. The engineer
? com. I a,, *l conductor of a passing freight
| thought they were highway robbers and
! were holding up their train. They
smith's Dm* store j testified » seeing the men with masks
our Drugs, Medicines, Toilet i au ,j r iJles. Train number six passed
He always gives you the j j, w t after at the rate of sixty miles
lowest price, the l*est quality and every hour to being captured by the gang,
thing you want. Don t ft>rget the place, j ’pj, e laugh is on the engineer ami
IV J. SMITH, The Old Reliable. j doctor of the freight.
2.V2t Near Dost Office, Wavcross, Ga. j ♦ ■ —
! as with
t-t your paper
r |mk| master.
Our letters from Mae->11, written
I m vial I v for the Heuai.d, will be found
r wnd Killed While Atlt nipllns
to Stml • Kid*.
Bill Asburv, while stealing a ride on
! the Savannah, Florida and Western
j Railway last Tuesday at Fort Mudge,
j was accidently ran over, crushing both
readers, we legs nearly from hi* l*mlv.
brought to Wayeross fi»r medi-
. I eal attention, but dietl two hours after
j the accident.
_ rr „ ifl Asburv claiuieti that Savannah was
IMk*tmaster Fuller would keep 4»jn*ii the his home. The 4>ffiei:ils of the ntmpanv
front dc^^l the j>osl office until » I pre^nsl the body for burial.
luqie, as they 4ell the doiuga of a neigh
1m»r city ib-4 very bright ami newsy
The public would appreciate it
of this onlitiati
than tliirtv Jays.
W. 1>. 11 \MlLT4tX, <
By order of
May 24th, lSttt.
Ever I*rlt»trd—<'•!» You
this paiH-r, this we«-k. wlihli hi
words alike except 4<l»*
e of each new one appearing
l»r. Harter *1
house places a "(.'rescent'
they make and publish. l.«*>k
.... ml. and they will
return you Ifctok. Beautiful Lithographs or
Samples Km*. jan'23-ly
On All of My
Prices which will suit all. Come and see for your
self, and you will find rock bottom prices
All who want first-class Hats, Bonnets, Toque.*, Ac., should come to see ute. I
guarantee satisfaction, and prompt attention given.
MRS. E. COTINGHAM
DAN BROADWAY ENGLISH,
Auction Dry Goods,
Masonic Building, Plant Avenue and Polks Block, near Depot
1 will lue
OFFIC ERS OF CHARLTON COt'KTY.
Aaron Dowling, Ordinary.
A.G. Gmven, t 'lerk Superior (V»urt
GEORGIA SOUTHERN AND FLORIDA R. R.
Sitwauuee River Route.
S«'hednle to Effrc-t April 17til. IH'J'l.
T. II. Yun
Evening, ami ah
nil*l package* after cI.h-
Thr Sprrlal to
This traiu, leaving Wavcnaw at
-**■♦ —— i Satunlay evening, ami making close
n, a i alive I’twea, who J ncction at Brunswick with the steamer
"Goiva and .he 1 'oceans" be- | St. Siiuon*, shouhl lie very |*qnilar with
UKirxtiii Ctoarltun Count j-.
June 18th, 1892.
At a meeting held this day to select
delegate* to the t ’ongressional and Sena
torial conventions, Felder Lang and
Patrick H. Baker were selected in the
interest of Judge Spencer R. Atkinson,
to represent the county in the Congres
sional convention at Wayeross, June 29,
and Jame* B. O. Quinn and John Vick
ery were selected to represent the county
in the interest of Daniel R. Procter for
Senator from the 4th Senatorial District.
! Convention to meet at Owen’s ’Ferry,
I Camden County, July 6, 1892.
5 ] Done at Trader’s Hill, Ga., this June
i- I 18th, 1892. P. H. Baker, Sec’y.
A. G. Go\vf.n, .Pres.
* the recent asseiubl-' of the State j the business men «*f Wayemss, affording
Sunday School Association at Marietta, !
will lecture in Wavcrotw s**ute time j
« lai*t Monday night the depot and .
office at Holmken. tin the Bruns- •
wiek and Western, was broken
rohU*i. As t<i the amount of the hissew,
we are uualde to sav just yet. No clew
to the burglars.
Why tlon'l the boys of Wave ink* get >
together aud organize a go*»tl ball t
Jrnr) C«H l-W Saif.
A Jersey cow, five years tdd, gives 2!
• . , Y , , gallons of milk dailv. A imod. kind.
I he material is here, and the oulv thing 1 r >. , ' ...
, . \ ’ fautilv ctiw. Atq.lv at e.»rner ot leme-
tliev need is practice. The leant has re- , . ... *
. * , , „ , . „ * tcry. and Ihouia* street,
cent ly mvivtsl challenge* fmtu A it any,
Savauuali aud Vahlosta. Boys get a
nwive «ui you, and |»ull Uigether, and l«eat
these amateurs (so called) liaseballists
We understand all Wayeross need* is a
gnud pitcher.- What
j There’s Nothing Cheap About It.
. Dr. Drummoml’s Lightning Remedy
! for Rheumatism is put up in large hot-
k : ties, atul the price is five dollars a bottle,
jf > It cure* every time. All the cheap rem-
1 edies put tizgether are not worth one
K.ng'lo u.k.-.vlvanta-e <' f D , r I>nm,mond-« Lightning
. | Remedy, aud any sufferer will bear wit-
* ness to that fact, and any druggist who
jKH'ial Sattmlay ] lS- s sold it is ready and willing to offer
evidence. One bottle will cure any or
dinary case, ami the money will be re
turned if it (ails. Sent tc any address
prepaid 4»n receipt of price. Drum-
m ind Medicine Go., 48-o0 Maiden Lane,
New York. Agents wante>L 25-2t
them, as it «hies, the unusual op|N»rtii-
nitv of mmpleting their week's work I
and getting a night ami day of
this f.*rtnnate arrangement,
continuance 4»f thi* *
i-veiling train, after a month’* trial.
iU-|M'ti«lent on the patronage it receives.
Where arc we tending? Who has
ever heard of such a state of affairs ?
Free born American citizens being de
prived of their right to . vote, and made
to "swear,” etc., etc., by the Democratic
Now, Mr. Editor, 1 aui lor that old
Jeffersonian Democracy, that guarantees
to every male citizen hi* right of
franchise, provided, he has paid his tax,
and has not been convicted of felony; as
prescrilied by law; am for a government
by the people, and for the people, equal
rights to all, and special privileges to
none, majority rule, a speedy, and
impartial trial by the repeal of all bad
laws, and the inforcement of the good in
our midst. And to accomplish this end
the people will have to take the reigns
of government in their own hands, and
legislate into practical operation such
enactments as will benefit not only
Wall street and the national bank
ing system, but th’e people in toto
And would advise that for the accom
plishment of these ends that every State
in this grand old republic, and every
county in the states, take independent
action at once, and bring a\»out speedy
reform, Cleveland or no Cleveland. This
is all tliat will bring it. It is high time,
fellow citizens, that we ivere beginning
to profit by our own mistakes.
And may the God that rules this uni
verse rule in this great reform move
ment. To Hi* name glory and honor,
and to our good. Amen.
A B. Finley.
No. 1 leaves Macon after arrival of inioiu-
. Macon and Northern and Macon and
Eat on ton Railroads
western and A
at Pulatka for
and .Smith Florida, and with
Railroads, and connects
Augustine and all points
i Florida, anil with tin- '
Johns and Ocklawaha river steamers.
tc.. ever brought
comprising thi* loitcst Styles
n-s. White Goods, Fin.* I"
• Bh.ni,c s. Lacs. Hand,
-oilmen! of Dry Goods, Shoes. Hat*.
Styles in Drees Fahrique.
Figur»-d India Linen*, Black
Ladies and Gents' Shoes and Hats,
and make them a* < 'heap or a
r Millinery department is complete and
a the selection of llats and Trimming*
on hand a Full Line of
Table and Toilet Linen,
Lace Curtains, Window Shade*. Matting. Dra|H-ry. l’plml-tcry. Tinware, Tal.le and
Pocket Cutlery, Etc., Etc.
We save money on everything we sell. No credit; we are
after the Cash Trade only.
DAN BROADWAY ENGLISH.
■ Building, Plant avenue, and Folks Block i
i Fast Mail.
E \Kh? S
No. 2 leaves Palatka after arrival fast West
India Mail from Tampa and connects ut Ma
con with all outgoing p. m. trains C. R. R.
.S. W. It. Ga. It. It.. E. T., V. A G. It. It.
No. 4 leaves Pulatka after arrival of trains
from St. Augustine and points in East and
South Florida, and connects at Macon with
BENNETT & WELLER,
trains <’. R. R.,
Ga. R. R. and E. T. \. <x
R. It., M. A B. It. It. and M. A N. It. It.
Elegant sleeping c
will lie run on trains
No. 3*and No.*4.
For further particulars apply to agents a
Junction points or to
L. J. Ha RBI*. Ticket Agt.. Macon.
J \s. Mkxzif-s. Gen'l Agt., Palatka
H. Bra ns. Trav. Pass. Agt.. Macon.
A. C. Knapp. Traffic Manager.
* the matter with
IlMMiy the Uni IN»lfc«-y•
The* public have shown their confi
dence in our one-price sy* em by their
hearty support given u*. Thus proving
the old adage: "/&««-*/$ IUM /Wiey."
Bead Waiyox Jb Co.
Acridenls Make (Tipples.
St does Rheumatism, and after a time
it kills too! Dr. Drummond’s Light
ning Remedy relieve* the pain at once,
and is warranted to cure. One bottle,
price five dollars, i* enough for any or
dinary case. If you cannot get it from
your druggist, write to the Drummond
Medicine Co*, 48-50 Maiden Lane, New
York. Agents wanted. 25-2t
GEORGIA, War* Vn*tf «
Whereas Charles J. Elackshear. execu-
»r of the last will and testament of Mary L.
^laekshear, has petitioned the undersigned
to be discharged from said trust, on account
of removal from this county, and suggesting
M. D. Blackshear as a fit and proper pereon
to execute sakl trust. And 1 will pass upon
said petition on tlie first Monday in August
next at my office at 10 o vloek a. nL^Tlit*
June 10. Is92. M ARRF-N tffTT,
CITY TAX NOTICE.
The City Tax Books will be open at my
office on the corner of Parker and Eliza
beth streets; (hr the reception of City Tax
Returns for the current year, on Monday,
April 4th. 1*2, and daily from 8 o'clock
*' - *n.a li
City Tax Asagaor and Collector.
Wayeross. Ga-. March apr2tf
MACON AND BIBMINGHAM RAILROAD.
Sr»»ed»le Ii. FJfcft April 17,
' Isrris C'i
Connection in Union Depot. Macon. Ga.
' * “ Ii. R. for Valdosta, La‘
Augustine and Points
. . ... for .Savannah. Milled.
ville ami Eatonton; S. W. R. R. for Aroeri-
BICYC0ES OX EASY TERM*-’
For Sale 1
Florida: C. R. ft. for Savannah. Milledge-
aml Eatonton; S. W. R. R. for Aroeri-
v«.- Albany and Eufaula; M. & N. R. R. for
Madison, Athens and . Lula, and points be
yond; Georgia Railroad for Sparta. Milledge-
ville and Augusta, and all points beyoftd.
At Yates ville with A. A F. R. R. for stations
on that line, and at LaGrange with A. & W.
P. R. R. for Montgomery and beyond and
For farther information apply to
L. H. Hntuo, Ticket Agt., Macon.
R. G. Sroxx. Ticket Agt.. I^Grange.
H. Ecus*, Trav. Pass. Agt.. Macon.
A. C, Kmfc. Traffic Manager.
Bennett & \
No. 6 OWENS BL
CASON db Ik
Groceries, Hay, Grain, F
Court House Square. '