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IBagttnwHS GOTra,OR PEOCtA -
As the year draws to a close and the
fruit of our toil is gathered, it is fit and
right that, as a people who should make
acknowledgement of our gratitude to Him
from whom all blessings flow.
Therefor, In conformity with the pro
clamation of the President of the United
States, I, W. J. Northen, governor of the
State, do appoint
Thursday, 2-1/A of Xoranber instant,
A* a day of thanksgiving and praise,
and I earnestly recommend to all people
of this State on that day to turn aside
from their accustomed employment and
their homes unite in reverent thanks
giving to Almighty God for the evidences
of His favor, as abundantly vouched to
them during the past year.
Given under my hand the seal of the
executive department, in the capitol in
Atlanta, on the 12th day of November,
A. I)., 1892. By the governor.
\V. J. Northed, Governor.
J. \V. Warren*, Sec. Ex. Dep’t.
J. 8. SHARP* Lessee and Manager.
D. B. SWEAT, ARtat C«rmpoad(«t.
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SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 19. 1892.
t inter: ion mart be i
LEAVE IT WITH GROVER.
The democratic press all over the
country stre discussing, anti must of them
insisting, upon an extra session of con
gress. The argument it seems to pre
ponderate in favor ot an extra session.
But whilst the democratic party isliound
to a fibril relief ns speedily sis jxissible,
would it not bo U-ttor tc
regular assembling of the new congress
in I>ecenilK*r, 1893, the claim that this
would jH**t|K.ne any revision of the rob
ber biri/T until June, 1894, j.s inrorrect,
in view of the fni-t that the ways and
means committee upon whom the prepa
ration of a new schedule will devolve,
can by special apjxiictinent, prepare a
hill ready to introduce when congress
assembles in 1893. With flic present
depleted condition of the treasury
would In* ns unfair as it is ini]>os*ih]c
expect the new administrate
government machinery, supply the tie
mantis imposed hv the retiring party,
and nitslify customs inrome Itefbre it had
time to lop off and dam up some of the
tlrains from the national treasury.
FRUITS OF VICTORY.
The election is over, the returns are
in, the officiid count made up, giving a
democratic president, a dein«HV:»tie house,
and a democratic senate. With a demo
cratic people to suppoit them we may
reasonably expect to enter upon an era
of prosperity. With Harrison out. Me-,
Kinlev out, Reed out, I^ulge out, Da
venport out, Tom Watson out. Force hill
out, and a power Itch inti tin* throne to
turn all the rascals out, it remains for
Grover Cleveland and the next congress
to releivc the people of the burdens of a
robber tariff. There are some who are
clamoring for an extra session of con
gress, claiming that the result in the re
cent election is a demand from the peo
ple for a speedy revision of the McKin
ley tarili'law. That the people need re
lief and will expect it to be provided
with reasonable dispatch, no one ques
tion*. _ f
MUST STOP qUICK.
A call will be issued very soou for, a
meeting of the House committee of ap
propriation* at noon on Monday, Novem
ber 28. This will give the committee
aliout u week in which to prepare
of the regular annual appropriation bills
for the action of congress when it meets
for the second session.
It is the purpose to push rapidly all
of these measure* for the maintenance of
the government next year, and as the
treasury department has promised to sub
mit estimates for the District of Colum
bia, pension and fort ii teat ion appropria
tion bills by November 28, there seems
to he no good reason why the House
should not have one at least of these ap
propriation bills ready for its action as
si ton ns it meets.
The exceedingly heavy payments made
hv the treasury department during the
first quarter of the present fiscal year
have caused some dismay among mem
bers of the appropriations committee.
For Hie first four months of tlie year
these )»ayuicnts have exceeded by 818,-
000,000 the expenditures for the corre-
*]M>nding |>crii*d in the preceding fiscal
year, which means a total increase for
the present year of 848,000,01»0, while
the appropriations tor the year are only
$12,000,000 greater than the appropria
tions for last year. In plain English,
that means, if the estimates of the com
mittee hold good, a deficiency on ac
count of ]H-usions of thirty-six million
dollar-, which will have to be met by
congress at the next session, in addition
to an appropriation for pensions for the
next fiscal year of certainly not less than
one hundred and fifty million dollars.
S$o that the total appropriation that con
gress must make for pensions next ses
sion will aggregate not less than one
hundied and eighty-six million dollars.
With this enormous sum added to the
other appropriations necessary to carry
on the government, and decreased im
portations (and consequently receipts)
expected as the result of the agitation of
the tariff question, it will be seen that
the appropriation* committee ha* good
reason to feel dismayed at the outlook
and to doubt their ability to prevent a
deficiency in national account*.
GRAND JURY PRESENTMENTS.
We the Grand Jurors, chosen, selected
anti sworn to serve at the present term of
the court resj»octfully submit the follow
ing general presentments.
We recommend that a bridge be built
across Aligator creek on the public road
leading from Wavcross to Glenmore.
We recommend that Kittle creek
bridge betveen this place and Waiter-
town lie repaired.
We call the attention of the county
commissioners to the slough between this
place and the .Satilla river bridge on the
road loading from Wavcross to Black-
slicar ami recommend it to he attended
to at the earliest convenience.
We recommend that J. E. Byrd be
the } appointed notary public for the 1490th
REPORT OF CITY OFFICERS.
To the Mayor and Aldermen CUy of Way-'
Waycross, 6, 7, 1892,
We find outstanding unpaid warrants
at end of first quarter $4,552.18. The
attached reports check up correct except
a difference of $1 between die clerk and
treasurer, which clerk will correct In
We again recommend very close and
wise economy for balance of year, such
economy as is consistent with good gov
ernment. Respectfully Ac.,
W. W. Sharp.
Chairman F. C.
Report of Warren Lott, city treasurer
for the first quarter of the year 1892.
To cash received from J. P.
Cason, marshal,..! $1,546 27
To cash received from W. D.
Hamilton, clerk 915 72
To cash received from J. L.
Sweat, attorney, 15 00
To cash borrowed from bank, 2,000 00
To cash borrowed from inter
est fund, 500 00
To amount overpaid, 87 70
To amount due for garbage
To amount due for garbage
To amount doe for fines, first
quaater, 1892, appeal case
of E. B. Goodrich,
J. P. Cason, City Marshal.
By amount overpaid at last
report, 1,036 12
Bv voucher* herewith, 4,028 57
By amount overpaid last rc
By voucher herewith
By cash on hand,
G. M. distri
intend that A. A. Tuten be
ap]M>inted notary public of the 1030th
G. M. district.
A’e recommend that I). J. Blackshear
roapj»oiiited county commissioner.
A’e recommend that Archibald Sam
uel* be appointed chaplain of the Wal-
We have examined the public hnild-
[I* ami find them in a neat and sub
Wc find that the public road leading
mi the Cason bridge known as the
Coffee road in the 1372d district to be in
bad condition-and we recommend that
it lx* worked on at once.
We have through our book committee
examined the iiook* of our several jus
tices of the peace and notary public* ami
found them neat and correctly kept,
We also find our county officer* are all
under good and suiiicien! bonds.
We have examined our county treas
urer’s book anti find it to Ik* correctly j
We recommend that in tbe future the
county officers present their books to the
county commissioner* lor examination
before the setting of each session of the
Wc have examined the sheriff’s books
and found them neatly and correctly
kept. W c also found our county clerk’s
books correct and kept in very neat style.
We have found our ordinary's books
corrcetly and neatly kept.
In taking leave of his honor Judge J.
L. Sweat, wc desire to tender him our
sincere thanks for the able and deliber
ate manner in which he has presided
over our court at the present term.
We respectfully tender our thanks to
Hon. W. G. Brantley, our solicitor, for
the prompt discharge of his business and
services rendered our ImhIv at the present
term of the court.
We recommend that these present
ments be published in the official organ
of the county.
Foreman, Thomas K. l.anier, Simon
'P. Jeffords, Randal D. Cason, Edward
M. Cribb, Arthur Gillis, Christopher C.
Grace, Jno. A. Thompson, David R.
Walker, Jeremiah K. Daniels, Willoby
II. Cason, Henry L Herring, Alvin H.
Liles, William ll. Mallun, Miledge M.
Woodard, Jaa. A. Cason, Juo. W. Million,
Banner H. Thomas, Jno. M. Spence, Sr.,
Daniel Smith, Staten Douglass, Henry
J. Thompson, Andrew M. Brett, Randal
Novemlzer Term, 1892.
The foiegoing general presentments of
the grand jury are ordered filed and
spread on the minutes of tbe clerk.
In pursuance of the recommendation
of the said grand jury, it i* further or
dered that the said general presentments
be published in the official organ of Ware
county and that the county treasurer pay
for the same. In open court this Nov.
11th, 1892. J. L.Sweat, J.S. C. 1LC.
Recorded pages 162 to 165.
Filed in office November llth, 1892.
W. M. Wilson, Clerk.
SIN KING EUXI*.
To tax collected 1890,
To tax collected 1891,
By loan W. W. Com’rs. (1890) 1,650 00
By loan W. W. Com’rs. (1891) 1,373 80
By loan General Fund, (1891) 500 00
By cash on hand 817 29
To Mr. \V. IF. Sharpe, Chairman hin nitty:
Clerks report first quarter 1892
Mr. J. W. Turner, of Appling county,
gathered from one acre of land this year
85) bushels of coru, besides nearly 1000
pounds of fodder. He was a member of
club of thirteen who agreed that each
member should give the man raising the
best yield of corn, a bushel. Mr. Turner
led off with 85) bushel*. Mr. Allen
Johnson came next with 70), and
Mi. Turner’s acre will net him, counting
his prize of 13 bushels, nearly 100 bush
els. Good yield, but Georgia is calcu
lated to produce a fine crop if properly
A X*w Circuit.
Hon. E. D. Graham, the handsome
representative of Appling county,
in the city Tuesday. Mr. Uraham has
just introduced a bill in the legislature
to create and organize a new judicial cir
cuit to be called the Altamuha circuit.
It will include Montgomery, Telfair,
Dodge, Appling, Coffee aud Irwin coun
ties. Mr. Graham is one of the rising legal
lights in southeast Georgia, aud should
the AHamaha circuit be formed, no bet
ter man can be found in that territory
forejudge ot the new circuit. He i* capa
ble and would fill the position with cre
dit to himself and give satisfaction to
Deserving Prat**. _____
We desire to say to our citizens, that ' Thev’tllt
for years we have been selling Dr. King’s
new discovery for consumption, l)r.’
King’s New Life Pills, Bucklcn’s Arnica
Salve and Electric Bitters, and have
never handled remedies that sell a* well,
or that have given such universal satis
faction. We do not hesitate to guaran
tee them every time, and we stand
ready to refund the purchase price, if
satisfactory results do not follow their
use. These remedies have won their
great popularity purely on their merits.
For sale by A. B. McWhorter & Co.,
E. B. Goodrich, and B. J. .Smith’s drug
Mr. J. M. Smith called Friday morn
ing and secured a copy of the Hkrai.p
for one vear.
A Cute for Twenty Cents.
Any remedy sold at one dollar a bot
tle which claims to cure rheumatism, is
simply an imposition, for when all ex
penses are deducted it leaves not more
than twenty cents to represent the medi
cine. Dr. Drummond’s Lightning Rem
edy, which is performing such wonder
ful cures that it is being prescribed by
the medical faculty everywhere, is com
pounded at great expense from rare drugs
and cannot be sold for less than Five
Dollars a bottle. . But it always cures.
Sent prepaid to any address on receipt
of price. Drummond Medicine Co., 48-
50 Maiden Lane, New York. Agent*
Ladles are Unfortunate.
Because the higher they rise in society the
weaker they find themselves bodily. Risley's
Philotoken controls the nerves, aids nature
in various functions, and thus combat*
with the many ills of womankind success
fully. If your druggist has not got it he
will order it for you for $1 a bottle, from
Chas. F. Risley, Wholesale Druggist, 62
The Only On* Ertr Printwl—C.n Yon
Find the Ward!
There is a S-inch display advertisement in
this paper, this week, which has no two
words alike except one word. The same i*
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, Beantiful Lithograph:
GEORGIA, Ware Comity:
To the Superior Court of Said C
The petition of C. C. Grace. W. W. Beach.
L. Johnson, G. W. Deen, A. Sessoms anti 1’
F. Grace shows that their object is to do a
extensive business as dealer* in dry goods,
notions, boots, shoes, hats, gents furnishing
goods, clothing, hardware, groceries and
other articles of merchandise. That to p
erly effect this object, they should have,
they petition for perpetual succession, and
other corporate rights and powers; that they
have associated themselves under the name
of the C. C. Grace Company, for the purpose
of carrying on the particular business afore
said, as a corporation ; that the amount
the capital stock to be employed by them
twenty thousand dollars (820,000) to be net
ally paid in. or such portion thereof as ini.
be necessary, the said stock being divided
Dr Jouu Hull’* Worm Destroyer
iste good and quickly remove worms from
lildren or grown people, restoring the
eak and puny to robust health. Try them.
No other worm medicine is so safe and sure.
Price 25 cents at drug stores, or sent by mail
by John D. Park A Sons Co., 175 and 177
Sycamore St., Cincinnati. O. dcc5-ly
Chamberlain’s Eye an^Skin^
A certain cure for Chronic Soro Eyes,
Tetter, Salt Rheum, Scald Head,' Old
Chronic Sores, Fever Sores, Eczema, -
Itch, Prairie Scratches, Sore Nipples
and Piles. It is cooling and soothing.
Hundreds of cases have been cured by it
after all other treatment had failed.
It i* put up in 25 and 50 cent boxen.
For sale at the Cash Drug Store.
Ware County Administrator’s Sale.
between the usual hours of sale, on the first
Tuesday in December next, the following
property, to-wit: All the timber suitable
for saw-mill and turpentine purposes (with
plantation timber reserved), on the follow
ing tracts or parcels of land in the 5th dis
trict of said county, viz: 200 acres, more or
less, of lot No. 251. I*eing all of said lot,
a certain l
t half of lot No. 252. it being
‘ ' >t lying west of a cer-
througii said land. 15
n the north portion of
f the estate t
if Kantlal Jor-
> any amount r
... hundred dollar?
» increase the capital s
. They therefore, pray tli
their associates and successor* ma.
corporated for the period oforesai
the name of the “C. ('. Grace Coi
with all the rights, power* ami p
authorized l>y law. including the
purchasing, taking, holding and u
the expiration of thn
*’ ‘ luy am
„ __ . . purpose c
. organization, either in theconduot <
their business or for securing any ii
ness to the corporation, and the sai
ienate. or otherwise dispose of at ]
This Oetolier 21st, 1892. L. A. Wn
An honest Swede tell* his story in
plain but unmistukublc language for the
To amount specific tax collected $920.93 j benefit of the public. “One of my chil-
cemetery fund “ re- ilren took a severe colt! and got the
$° 00 j croup. I gave her a teaspoon ful of
! Chamberlain’* Cough Remedy, and
To My Fellow Citizen*.
election to be held on the l»th of Novemh
next to nominate candidates for county offi-
cers, I announce myself a candidate to re-
election for the office of Sheriff' of Ware
county, subject to the primary election. If
’ • * * * faithful
Georgia, Ware County:
Will be soldo
ish, the folio-
legal hours of sale to
the following properl
l^ity lot descrilied a
of Sweat street, front
five feet running hat-
landofJ.K. Nelson, son
Morton, cast by land ofT. H." Morton, west
by Sweat street, containing one half acre,
as the property of D. J.
i Buzzard's llill, in
. l*ou tided east by
■*>1 Pollard, south by
•Joel Lott, fronting
ami west sixty-eight
urths of an acre, said
operty of Jos. 8. May
L M.Thomas against
. 21*. 1892.
F. M i i.t.ER, Sheriff.
c north by
W. L. DOUGLAS
S3 SHOE cENftiW
THE BEST SKCE IX THE WOULD FOR THE MOttOT.
M IJ«nd-*i*we«I,fln*c*lf*ho**. Tha
O 1 ! mod ■tyllkti, *»►>• nml durable shoe* aotd
at th* price. 1 bey equal line Imported shoe* coding
CO fioVoUce Shoe, worn by farmers and all
WMi others who want a good heavy calf, three
aoted, extension edge shoe, easy to walk In. and wUl
*• the feet dry aud warm.
■ ^MeGulf^^5 and «ra.aOWjart-
f tbansuy other make, ^Theytr* - — ..-It?- -
ceipts for. $38.00 j
Dog tax collected..
To-day the democrat* of Ware county
in a general primary will select candi
dates for the several county offices, and
it is the duty of evety voter in view
of the fact that upon all the tickets that
may be presented, the names of none but
good men will appear, to go to the box
prepared to vote in favor of an honest,
lair and able administration of county
affirirs be Influenced by no personal favor
itism, unmoved by friendship for your
neighbor, let your ballot be a distinct
call for the man’best qualified to fill the
$960.93 | five minutes later I gave her
! By this time she. had to cough up the
By treasurer » reep t Jan. 16 92, gathering in her throat. Then she went
* “ 1 to sleep and slept good for fifteen min
utes. Then she got up and vomited;
then she went back to lied and slept
“ 22 “ 50.00
“ 23 “ 52.50
“ 26 “ 78.50
“ 28 “ 232.00
“ 30 •* 67.00
Feb. 2 “ 86.66
“ 4 ‘ 75.85
“ 6 “ 8.75
“ 13 “ 6.25
“ 13 “ 31.00
“ 20 " 21.00
“ 26 “ 18.00
Mar. 5 “ 21.66
“ 9 “ 31.35
•• 26 “ 13.00
Apr 2 “ 10.00
“ 7 “ 6.00
“ 9 “ 22.66
“ 16 “ 29.00
“ 16 “ 20.00
to amount paid dog tax, postage, etc. 8.68
w. D. Hamilton,
—- Clerk Council.
City marshal’s report for first quarter
To number ot street hands
summoned, 795, at $2.00 .. $2,590 00
To number of street hands
summoned, explain. 1, at $1 * 00
Amount of fines collected, due
fourth quarter, 1891, 15 50
Amount of street tax collected
due fourth quarter, 1891,...
Amount city tax collected due
for fourth quarter, 1891,....
Amount collected for garbage
for fourth quarter, 1891,...
Amount of fines collected for
first quarter, 1892,
Amount collected for old
market house, 1892,
Amount collected for im
pounding stock, 1892,
Amount collected for wood
sold first quarter, 1892,
good for the remainder of the night.
She got the croup the second night and
I gave the same remeny with the same
good result*. I write this because I
thought there might be some one in the
same need and not know the true merits
of thi* wonderful medicine.” Charles
A. Tiiompseex, Dew Moines, Iowa. 50
cent bottles for sale by Cash Drug Store.
county, subject to tbe pnr
elected I pledge myself to
mance of the duties of said office,
ing you for the liberal support
l’ffisAugust 23d 1892.
To the Voter* of YVorr County i
I announce myself a candidate tor the
office of ordinary of Ware county, subject to
** ' ■' 'nary election, and solicit
'"'■—■'i and fellow ei‘ s -
A. H. Morgan
To the Voter* of Ware Count
I hereby announce myself a
(Superior court adjourned last Friday
night alter a short term of four days.
This speaks well for Ware county, few
counties in the state witli an equal j»opu-
lation, enjoy the peace, security aud
fruition of all that is guaranteed by the
constitution with as much repose a* do
the people of this county. Prompt ac
tion hy the officers ami swift Vxecution
of justice by the courts fill the hearts of
the evil doer* with alarm. A* the terin
drew to a close the prisoners convicted
were brought into court ami received
sentence as follow*: Richard Tott, for
assault and attempt to murder, 4 years
in_the penitentiary, Abe Denton, simple
larceny, 2 years, Geo. Smith who had
plead guilty to a charge of simple lar
ceny, was fined $100 or 12 months in the
For the best children’s shoes go to J*
T. Palmer’s shoe store.
By number of street hands
defaulted, 310, $ 620 00
By number of street hands ex
cused, 9, 18 00
By number of street hands
worked, 1, 2 00
By treasurer’s receipts, Janu
ary 22, 1892, 40 00
By treasurers receipts, Janua
ry 30, 1892, 29 00
By treasurer’s receipts, Feb
ruary 6, 1892, 35 50
By treasurer’s receipts, Feb
ruary 13, 1892 CO 00
By treasurer’s receipts, Feb
ruary 20, 1892, 173 00
By treasurer’s receipt*, Feb
ruary 27, 1892, 54 35
Bv treasurer’s receipts, March
5,1892, 231 U0
By treasurer’s receipts, March
Bv treasurer’s receipts, March
By treasurer’s receipts, March
By treasurer’s receipts, April
By treasurer’s receipts, April
By treasurer’s receipts, April
Try a pair of Palmer’* $1.00 school
shoes, best in Waycros.* for the money.
As was announced, Dr. W. A. Candler,
president of Emory College, would
preach the anniversary sermon of the
Ware County Bible Society at the Bap
tist church last Sunday. It was a beau
tiful Sunday morning, and promptly at
10 o’clock the good j>eople of Wavcross
began to fill up the spacious auditorium;
seating capacity ample for ordiuary oc
casions was soon taken, a short song ser
vice followed by an announcement by
President V’. 1.. Stanton, that Dr. Cand
ler had been prevented from coining to
us by sickness in his family. After for
mal opening Sir. Stanton introduced
Rev. Geo. W. Mathew*, Mr. Fred T.
Lockhart, Slate organizer, S. S. A., and
Rev. E. H. Myers, district superinten
dent of the American Bible Society,
each presenting their views, touching
the great importance of the work being
done by the society. Closing, the con
gregation was asked to contribute to the
fund of the society, and a handsome sum
was raised. At the afternoon session a
mass-meeting of all the Sunday schools
was addressed by Mr. Ixickhart, also
preaching in theevcninglto a large con
Dissolution of Co-partnership.
By mutual consent the firm of A. B. Mo-
Whorter «fc CO., composed of A. B. McWhor
ter and Frank C. Owens, engaged in the
general drug business in the Phoenix hotel
block, Wavcross, Ga., has this day been dis
solved. The said Frank C. Owens having
disposed of his interest in said business to
G. Toombs, the said A. B. McWhorter and
the said G. Toombs assuming all the debts
and liabilities of the old firm.
StoqjU, W*rr County:
Wiil sold on tin- first Tuesday in Nov-
•nilsT next, at the < 'ourt house in said eouti-
y. within the legal hours of sale, the follow-
ns property to-wit:
That storehouse and lot limnded as fol
lows, on north by Albany Avo. on west by
land off. M. Sweat, on south hv right of
way of Brunswick & Western It. R. and on
fast l.y brick block of W. L. Wilson, front-
ing on Albany A vo. tidy feet, saioTlimise and
lot levies 1 on as the property of Z. F. ltlack-
shear and J. 1*. Blackshear. to satisfy an
execution issued from Superior court of said
county in favor of .1. L. Walker. M. Albert
an and A. P. English against Z. F. Black-
shear and J. P. Blackshear. This Sept. 30
1802. S. F. Milucr, Sheriff.
Boys’ S2B S? iSrt? tkl
where. The doK *-rr I t hoc**.>ld *t t hr prior*.
Ladies' ?s:S8 J!str,'S'feJt«S
lUlisea are made ot the be*t DongoU or floe Coir, a*
dMired. They aiw very ►tylish.ooinfortable ami dura
their footwear * re n*diar thU out.
C'aatlM.—W. I- lttitsW asm*
•Umped on the bottom
when you boy. Rewurro
atltota other r- % — ' ---
»a and tha price !•
htaboo; loo* for H
or dealer*attemptlur toaub-
DOUGLAS. Uruckioa. Blaaa. Bold by
GEORGIA SOUTHERN AND FLORIDA R. R.
Suwannee River Route.
Schedule In Effect April l?lh, INUt.
No. 1 leaves Martin after arrival of incom
ing morning trains on Central, Southwestern.
Georgia. East Tennessee. Virginia ami Geor
gia, Macon and Northern and Macon and
Eaton ton Railroads
No. 3 leaves Macon after arrival of incom
ing afternoon trains on the Ontral, South
western and Georgia Railroads, and connects
at Pulatka for 8t. Augustine and nil points
in East and South Florida, and with the St.
election, called to nominate county "officers
I take this method of thanking the people of |
the county for their past support, and ifeallcd |
again to serve them I pledge myself to a j
to me for let I
For Clerk Superior Court.
To the Voter* ofYY'ure County t
At the earnest solicitation of many friends
I announce myself a candidate for the office
of Clerk of Superior Court, of Ware county,
subject to the action of the democratic pri
mary to be held in Noveml*er. I respectfully
solicit your suffrage and pledge myself if
elected, to a faithful discharge of the dutit
of said office.
ft. It. Thom w.
For Clerk of Superior Court.
To My Fellow citizen* of the Conut
mary election to be held on the 19th day of
November next, to nominute candidates for
the different county offices. At the earnest
solicitation of many friends. I hereby an
nounce myself a candidate for re-election to
the office of Clerk of Superior court of said
county, subject to the action of the primary
election to he held at that time. Thanking
my friends and the voters of the county for
the liberal support given me in the past. I
pledge myself, if elected, to tt faithful per
formance of the duties of the office, ami to
For County Trcnsnrer.
I announce myself as a candidate
office of County Treasurer, subject t
tion of the Democr "
spcctfully solicit the
For County Treasurer.
We, A. B. McWhorter and G. Toombs
hereby announee that we assume the debts
and liabilities of the old firm of A. B. Mc
Whorter <Si Co., but the old firm are to re
tain and collect tbe debts due said old firm.
v firm will continue under the name
Waycroas. Ga., Nov. 9th 1802.
The firms of Grace A McNeil and C. C.
Grace A Son have this day dissolved by mu
tual consent. The business will be contin
ued by the C. C. Grace Company. All per-
— -* —a are rcspect-
Payments will be made •
i indebted to the above
the old dhsL^_„
C. C. Grace, who is authorized to settle tl»e
business of both firms. C^C. Grace.
W. A. McNeil.
$2,186 27 I Wayeross. Ga.. Oct. 23,1392.
of County Treasurer of Ware county, subjec
to the democratic primary to >>e held on th<
19th day of November next. If elected I pro
mise to faithfully discharge the duties or tin
office. Walter T. I/rrr.
Georgia, Ware Comity:
»nrt of Ortlluay, September Term 1RM.
Wherear, G. F. Parker, administrator on
icestate of T. J. Ivey, deceased, applies to
le undersigned for Letter* of Dismissory
mn said administration. Therefore all
arsons concerned are hereby required to
Monthly in iV-vinU-
old not W discharged. Wit-
ml and official signature, this
lli. 1392. Warhen I»rr,
hereby given that the books for
the purpose of registering: the voters of the
city of Waycross, Ga., will Ihj open at the
' • f Council's office, in Masonic Hall,
first day of November, 1892, until the
ofI>ecenibcr, 1892. Sundays excepted,
;en. Clerk Superior Court C. C.
For County Treasurer.
I announce myself as a candidate for n
maries, and respectfully solicit the support
of my friends and fellow-citizens.
E. H. Crawley. Sb.
For Tex Assessor.
To My Fellow-citizen* of Wore County <
I am a candidate for tbe office of tax as
sessor of Ware county, subject to the demo
cratic primary to be held in November next.
I promise, if elected, to work for the inter
est of the tax payers, and with the six yearn
experience that I have had, 1 think I can
give satisfaction. Your obedient servant.
J. J. Wilkixson.
For Tax Collector.
To My Fellow Citizens of the Comity of
At the earnest solicitation of many friend.*
I announce myself a candidate for the office
rst Tuesday in Decern-
•use, said county, within.
» highest bidder for cash
railroad, all in the county ofCharlton, stati
of Georgia. Said personal property leviet;
on anti sold under and by virtue of a mort
gage li.fa issuedt'mm the Superior court of
saitl county, in favor of Baxley, Boles A Co.
Said personal property consists of machinery
and other articles difficult and expensive to
transport, and will therefore !»c sold without
carrying and exposing the same at the court
house door on nie day of salt*. This 2d day
of November 1892.
J. A. Wain-bight. Sheriff.
GEORGIA, Charlton County *
To All Whom It Slay Concern.
M. A. McTeer, guardian for J. P. Stalling,
applies to me for letters of dismission from
said guardianship and 1 will pass upon his
application on the first Monday in December
next at my office in Trader's Hill said county.
GEORGIA, Charlton County!
To All Whom It May Concern!
Alice Johns has in due form applied to the
uudersigned for permanent letter* of admin
istration on the estate of Seaborn S. Johns,
lateof said county, deceased, and I will
upon said application on the first Mor
• . un der my hand
the first Mondag
December *1892. Given under my h
an.) ..tBci.l ftignaliin- tb» Oct. MM.
to a faithful discharge of the duties of
office. II. F. JzrroRi*.
To the Voter* of War* Count) :
An ©Id Confederate soldier, who has once
served the people of Ware county as Coroner
Would respectfully zsk their support at the
coming primaries and electkm,j>romwing to
discharge the duties fkithfolly ii
GEORGIA, Charlton County I
Will W sold on the 3d day of January,
1*03, at Trader’s Hill, Charlton county,
Georgia, between the legal hours of sale, the
house and lot known as the C. S. Parker
drug store in the town of Folkston, levied
on to satisfy an execution issued from the
Superior court of Coffee county, in favor of
Ro-enhc mcr A Co. I^evy made this the 20th
day of Oct. 1892. J. A. Waixwbiqht^
KILL GERM Hi
No. 2 leaves Pulatka al
India Mail from Tumi>a ami connects
ul fast W
’. R. 1!
th all outgoing n. m. trams R
IL Ga. R. It.. K. T.. V. A ft. R. R.
I leaves Palatka after arrival of trains
t. Augustine and point* in East and
South Florida, ami connects at Macon with
lint-going a. in. train* C. It. It.. S. \V. It.
M. A N. R. it., Ga. R. R. and E. T. V. A
G. R. K., M. A B. R. R. and M. A X. R. I:.
Connection for vcstibuled train between At
lanta and Washington D. V.
All trains arrive and depart from Union
Depots Mat-on and Palatka.
Elegant sleeping cars will Is- run on trains
No. 3 and No. 4.
For further particulars apply to agent' at
tnction points nr to
L. J. Harris. Ticket Agt., Macon.
Jah. Mknzik*. <Sen"l Agt.. Palatka.
II. Blcns. Trav. Pass. Agt., Macon.
A. C. Knapp, Traffic Manager.
MACON AND B1RM1N&HAM RAILROAD.
Schedule in Effect April IV, INyt.
e and Points in
Oonnection in r
with O. 8. A F. 1
City, Palatka, St. Aus-istin
Florida: C. R. R. forTHava
ville and Eaton ton; S. W. K. R. for Ameri-
cus. Albany anti Eufauln; M. A N. II. It. for
Madison, Athens anil Lula, and |>oints be
yond; Georgia Railroad for Sparta, Mi Hedge
ville and Augusta, and all point* beyond.
At YatcsvUle with A. A F. R. It. for station*
on that line, and at LaGrange with A. A W.
P. R. R. for Montgomery and l>eyond and
intermediate stations. •
For further information apply to
L. H. Harris, Ticket Apt., Macon.
It. G. Stonk, Ticket Agt.. LaGrange.
H. Bcitss, Trav. Pass. Apt., Macon.
A. C. Knapp. Traffic Manager.
Benton & Upson,
Machinery and Mill Supplies,
Siw Hills, Skiigle Mills, Wot Work-
i*E Hitkinirj, Sojir, Bice, Cotton
ul Canning Hukiierj.
. A SPECIALTY.
Ornc*: and WiRCHoi’sE. Machinery
S. F. & V. Railway Depot,
oCt 8-ly. JACKSONVILLE, FLA.