L' j, Greene, psator.
chine let >W Sfd smedey
KHtth »t II », TO., Sp m-, »»
SlIDitiyichool, Lphnum T«y
J. S. Williams,
Attorney at Law,
Way cross, <■ Georgia.
Will practice intheBmnswick Jndicial
circuit and eleewbere by contract.
n. to. Praverripeetitis every Mow
ereningatTp. m- Standard time,
Fcaraea (Coffee Cotptty) CUratt-
See. H.T. Ethcriijge, paafor mchargi
let Saturday •9dSnwi«T,
lat Sunday, 3 p. m., KirUanq.
tad Sat. andHun’,. MeDnrtWalU
3rd Saturday and Sunday, c]
3rd Sunday night, trUfiMMchaf.
4th Saturday and Sunday. Rnpert’a ei
4th 8uuday night, Qr»T'a null.
rettatan Circuit, Rea. J. M- Bolan
1st Sun and Sat befpre, Bethel churcl
2d Sun and Sat. befon?, at Mills'churc
!trd8unl03Pft.|n. apttbjif* before, i
3rd Bun at 4 and 7 p. m at Trader’s hi
4th Sun. morn and night, at Bethl
~ Vn'rlad Vinfiir* Kfi SinJa*
Fxtra fine, G0@80.
The wheat and coffee markets have
fluctuated considerably since our last,
and a decided change iri prices may
occur at any time, but our patrons may
rely on the above figures for 'the pres
ent, as correct.
Our merchants are paying the
following prices for country produce
Wool, 23>4 to 28*-* cents; hides, 10 to
111* cents; eggs, 18 to 25 cents; chick
ens, 15 to 35 conts; beeswax, 16 te 17
The Court House,
Write MCkmkM Farm sad Nurseries
Wftjcrou &F* T f
Fine frnit tr*eE of all kinds. Pecan
and other nu<*. trees. Strawberry plants,
Duroc-Jerscy hogs, Mape’s fertilizers,
Seeds of Millo Maize, Kaffir corn, Cuban
com. Millet, etc., etc, 9»talogue froe.
Repairing fine Watches a
_• specialty, Get our prices.
WM PARSER Proprietor.
Waycross, Georgia,’December 14, 1887,
$1.00 Per Annum, in Advance.
Clinch—First Mondays ip March and
Appling—Second Monday*?* March
Wayne—Third Mondays in March
Pierce—Fourth Mondays W^rtfr
Ware—First Mordays in April aad
(Coffee—Tuesday after second Mon-
4ays in April and November.
Charlton—Tuesday* after third Mon
days in April and November.
Camdsa—Feurtli Mondays la AVfU
Glynn—Beginning on the fir*$ Hour
4ays in May and December, flpd to
Aontinua for two weeks, or gs .as
4hs business may require.
Mayor—W. J. 8mith.
Treasurer—W. M. Mellon.
Clerk of the Council—J. S, Williams.
Tax Assesiqr and Collector .K.Butler.
fright Watvbwan-rS. If. flinnant.
Clerk of tho Supreme Court—W. M.
Ordinary-»-t\ arren Lott.
ShentT-rT. R. Henderson.
Tax Collector—J. A. Cason.
Tax Receiver—J. M. Wiikinson.
County Treasurer—W. U. Bailey.
County Surrogate—Jasper Eunice.
Coroner—J. T. Hals.
Wa T *raas S05, F. a A. M.
Meets in their hall 2nd and 4th Wed*
pesdays at 7 p. m. Visiting brethern in
tbs town are cordially invited.
Flares U4p Ns. 07, I. O. O. F.
Meets at their hall in Waycross every
lat and 3rd Thursday evening at 8 o'clock
p. m. G. P. Folks, N. G.
W. J. Carswell, Scc’y.
Knights of l*ythins.
Meets every Monday night in Lott’s
Hall opposite M^lhodist Church.
lvarrem I«ott, C. C.
Jons R. Framkmn, fc. of R. S.
Fslkitss ImUk -, tiff. f06.
Meets in their hall in Foifeiton, first
Saturday in each month.
J. P. Statuxos, W. M.
,J, Rawlxs, Sec'y.
SMITH ft SHARP,
Wholesale and Retail -
Keep constantly on hand a complete line of provisions, to sup
ply a rapidly increasing job trade, guaranteeing eve/ytbiwg
tfoey put upon the market to bn First-class,
THEY PROPOSE TO COMPETE
Any Hlarkct in the 8011th.
TOBACO and CIGARS at FACTORY PRICES, BACON.
LARD, SUGAR, COFFEE. RigE, ELOUU, GRITS,
BUTTER, CIJRESE, MEAL,
Fifty Miles Snorter Than any
Other Route Between Way-
cross and Albany.
On an,l after Sunday, Sept. 4th,
JS87, passengW-lrains will run aa
CESTBAI. STANDABD TIME.
WEST NORTH AND SOUTH
Erunsw’k viaB.&W lv 1 IS pm 6 50pm
Pyles’ Marsh lv *1 45pfu *65<5pm
amaica lv 215pm 7 33|>n»
Wavnes’v lv 2 35pin
5 av* b.vi
lv 3 35pm 0 12pm
r lv 4 10pm *9 17pm
ar 4 38pm 9 55pm
t .y.&W nr 7 5Spm 0 10am
i ar 12 25am 10 40:un
ar 0 59pm 4 30am
ar 7 45pm 5:10am
b F»tW lv 205pm 7 00pm
lv 2 47am 7 40pm
Charleston lv 6 10ain
savannah lv 130am “
WaycroFS, viaB&W lv 5 00pm 10 05pm
CORN and OATS.
Are some of tlieir leading specialities. They keep a fresh supply
of the celebrated Indian River Oranges, and the finest stock
and largest selection of Fancy Groceries in the City.
lv 0 15pm 11 30p
lv 7 30pm 12 40am
lv 9 O'.}pm 2 28am
lv 9 18pm 2 45am
lv 9 4lpm “
lv 10 00pm “
ar 10 25ptn 4 20am
ar 7 25au) 7 12pm
ar 7 25am 2 45pm
•SIXTY TUNS of GUANO ARRIVING AND IX STORE.
Local Branch, 301, O. I II., meets j
jevery Tuesday night in J. Uhlfelder’s
yiall. William Noblk, C. J.
Joum P. Cason, Accountant
Folxston Lodge, 196, meets first Sat
urday in each month.
J. P. STALLINGS, W. M.
J. K4*ls, Secretary.
NLACpMIKAlt CIIAFTBlt NO. f.
There Kill be regular meeting of
jdter the second Wednesday, in eacl
K onth at 10 o’clock, a. m. All mem-
ira expected to be prompt in attend-
jmee, and all aspirants for degrees
fount be present.
W. F. PARKER, H. P.
A. J. Sweat, Secretary.
WUU Wt WORSHIP.
M. E. Church South—Roy, fi, J,
Preaching every Sunday *t ll o’cloc^
In conneelion with their Fancy and Family Grocery business,
they run a Bakery, providing fresh bread and cakes and
all kinds of Pastry.
They deliver anything sold to local buyers.
LAN ar “ 6 30am
CinSoar M 6 40am
FROM WEST NORTH AND S.
Cinein., via Cin. So lv 9 00pm
Lftuis’v, via L&X lv 8 45pm
Chat’n’ga.viaW.&A lv 8 05am
Marietta lv 12 53pm
I Atlanta,via C It It lv 2 20pm
Macon lv 6 59pm
Columbus lv 12 45pm
Montgomery . lv 7 40am
Albany, via fi&W lv 11 00am 11 10pm
Davis lv 1123am „
Willingham tv 11 44pm 1220am
Sumner lv 12 18pm 12 20am
Ty Ty lv 12 38pm 12 35am
Alapuha lv 2 20pm 2 0:'
YOU WANT TO MAKE A
Smiffi Tlorita ani Western
WAYCRSS SIlbRT LINK.
TIME CARD in Kfoejt Nov. 13,1S87.
[All trains of this road are run by
Preaching first and third 8mwUy»in
each incnth, morning and eveninih=»
Prayer meeting every Wednesday eve-
idng. and on the second and fourth
8anday mornings. Sunday School at
g o'clock P. M., II. P. Brewer, Super
8cewart Martin, pastor.
Services 2nd Sunday of tho month
At 10 30 A. k., and 7 15 ». m, hRdjur be
fore the 2nd Hunday at S Q0 », Wod-
Other holy daya according to notice
given from the Chancel. Sunoay
School every Sunday at 3 r. m.
M. E. Church—Rov. J.
Preaching 2nd Sabbath in i
nonth, at 11 A. M. and 7.30 P. M. Sab
bath 8cbool at 3 P. M.
pcarton lv 3 34pin 3 (Mam
Waycross ar 4 49pm 4 18ain
savan.via S F & W ar 7 58 pm 12 00a u
Charleston ar 12 25am 3 4:>pm
Callahan,viaSF.&War 0 5$)pni 0 30am
Jacksonvillle ar J 45pm 7 25am
Jackson’v.viaSF&Wlv 2 05pm 7 00am
Callahan lv 2 47pm 7 37am
Charleston lv G I0#i.n 3 00am
savannah lv 1 .*K)pm 7 00am
Waycross, viaBAW lv 5 05pm 10 00a
scnlattcr’v ly 5 32pm *1025ain
Hoboken ly 5 51pm 10 40am
Waynes’v ly 6 53pm 11 39am
Jamaica lv 7 3.3pm 12 19pm
Pvlee’ Marsh lv 800pm *12 46pm
Brunswick ar 8 28pm 1 18pm
•Stop on Signals.
Purchase tickets at the sta
tions and save extra fare collect
ed upon the train.
Tne mail train stops at all B. &
Connections made at Waycross
to and from all points on Savan
nah Florida & Western Railway.
Pullman Palace Sleeping and
Mann Boudoir cars upon Jackson
ville and Cincinnati Express.
First-class car through to Chat-
The only line running sleeper to
Cincinnati via Queen and Crescent
F. W. AXGIER, A. G. P. A.
j. a. McDuffie, g. p. a.
Central Standard Timed
Passenger trains on this road will
in daily as follows:
WEST INfriA FAST MAIL-
SAD DOWN. READ UP.
06 a m Lv - Savannah - Ar 12 23 p in
12 30 p in Lv - Jackaon’v - Lv 7 30 a in
4 40 p ra Lv - Sanford - Lv 1 15 a in
9 10 p in Ar - Tampa • Lv 8 10 p m
PLANT STEAMSHIP LINE.
Monday and Lv Tampa Ar Thura and
Thura pm ' Sun -pm
Tues and Ar Key Went Lv Wed and
Wed and - Ar Havana Lv - Wed and
at a m Sat noon
Pulltntu buffet ears to and fro*«
New York and Tampa
NEW ORLEANS EXPRESS.
7 00 a in Lv - Savannah - Ar 7 58 p m
8 42 a m Lv - Jesup - Ar 6 16 p iu
9 50 a in Ar - Waycross - Lv 5 05 pm
11 26 a in Ar - Callahan • Lv 2 4? p m
12 00noon Ar-Jaekson’v - Lv 24K) p m
7 30 a in Lv - “ - Ar 7 45 p m
10 10 a m Lv - Wavercas * Ar 4 40 p n»
12 04 p in Lv - Valdosta - Lv 2 50 p in
12 34 p m Lv - Quitman - Lv 2 58 p in
1 22 p m Ar - Thomns’v - Lv 1 45 p in
3 30 p m Ar- Bainbridgc- Lv 11 25 a m
4 04 p in Ar ChatahoocheeLv il 30 am
Pullman buffet cars to ami from
Jacksonville and New York, to and
from Jackson vile uud New Orieaua
EAST FLORIDA EXPRESS.
Lv - Savannah - Ar 12 23 p*in
Lv - Jesup - Lv 1054 a m
Ar - Waycross - Lv 9 53 a m
Ar - Jackson’v - Lv 7 30 a m
Lv- “ - Ar 9 45a in
Lv - Waycross - Ar 6 35 a :•»
Ar - Dupont - Lv 5 30 a m
Lv - Lake City - Ar 10 45 a in
Lv - Gaines’v - Ar 10 30 a m
Lv - Live Oak -*Ar 7 10 a tu
Lv - Dupont - Ar 5 25 a in
Ar - Thoiuas’v - Lv 3 25 a in
Ar - Albany - Lv 1 25 a in
ii buffet cars to and from
JacksonfUle and St. Louis via TUotn-
asville, Albany, Montgomery and
Lv-Savannah - Ar fi 10 a m
Lv - Jesup - Lv 3 18 a m
Ar - Atlanta - Lv 7 05 p m
At - W ay cross - Lv 12 10 a m
Ar - Jacks m’v - Lv 7 00pm
Lv - ** - Ar 7 25 a in
Lv - Waycross - Ar 11 30 r * n
Ar - Dupont - Lv 10 10 p m
Ar - Live Oak - Lv 6 55 p m
m Ar - Gaines’v - Lv 3 45 p m
m Ar - Lake City - Lv 3 25 a m
2 55 a m Lv - Dupont - Ar 9 45 p m
6 :i0 a m Ar Thoiuas’v - Lv 7 00 p m
11 40a m Ar - Albany - Lv 4 00am
Stops at all regular stations,
Pullman sleeping cars to and from
Jacksonville and Savannah Atlanta.
wonder* of this age. natives of J *
Charlton county, ivill l*e exhibited : idem! at 4 per.
at the different court grounds ini . •
this judicial circuit. Phis family 1 We send 1,000 000 harrehs of
consists of Mr. J. S. Teston mut; ;ip|»U S every ; car t» foreign na-
1 30 p n
3 20 p n
440 p n
7 45 p n
4 15 p n
7 20 p u
8 30 p i
3 25 p n
8 40 p ii
700 p i
1 05 a i
2 30a t
7 10 a i
10 30 a i
At au tfc*cuiutn. i The Georgia Genital railroad
\£T®L' C. U A±^ t has declared a semi-annual div-
three children, who are covered . i . .
e , » . ... < tions, end won t take any "saas
from head to foot with iBmunara- • ** ’ J
hie .stripes and plainly marked . in return,either,
spots,which make them the most;
remarkable of human beings. In Darwin’s bio^tuphy has ft
connection with this, Prof. H. ’ groa t sale. Tile entire edition of
Mathews will give the most won- j . AAA . . , i „,, •
derful panoramie exhiUtion. Pit- • 4 . 000 hasbeeu soIJ ; ,n ' 1 tl,ere s
ty cents will admit to noth exhi- j still a great demand for the work-
On Top Again,
U is estimated that 36,G7G,000
yards of silk ribbon, equivalent
to about 22.700 miles, Have
been made in Paterson, N. J.,
during the past year.
Fox hunters near Washington
ran a f»x into town, and
dashed into a police station and
up-stairs into the dormitory,
ti'bcrc it was captured.
A 'glassk eater turned up at
I am I Keokuk lo., recently in the
Nona of your business,
still setliiiff buggies for Win. j person of a youug hoy. UiHin
Parker ut Waycross. ^ a wager he devoured half a lamp
It was not long after Parker
started me out before the old
clumsy high priced mursheenea
had to git. Parker’s Plan is
cash vou know. Don’t ask me
chimney ami seemed to relish it
as a sweet morsel.
A sparrow hopped on. a pile
another word. If you want a j of clams m an Oxford (P:'j) res-
good buggy, send him $41.50. | turant the oilier day, and \vr.s
Buggie and harness $40.00, but
orders without the cash will
likely go back on you, for it is
the no-risk cash business that
makes him able to down every
body on prices. He has them
from $35.00 to $100, but this
$41.50 .is his Pet. You can’t
get it a cent cheaper neither.
suddenly imprisoned by one of
the bivalves, which closed its
shell together over the bird’s
New York city 13 anxious to
have tho next Democratic Con
vention held there and Tamany
— ! has offered the use of his Wig-
For cs«konly. L V ain. The last one held there
In order to secure every citizen j was j n JSGS when Seymour and
no .matter how poor, we propose' Blaine were nominated,
to take your subscription for
TWENTY-FIVE CENTS Per
A train on the Michigan Gen*-
tral railway "recently ran from
Annum. This is an offer that no | j ac ks«m to Michigan City, ft
paper in our knowledge has ever distance of 15G miles, in 171
made. And this is what ire pro-1 minutes, making several stops.
This is reported to be the fastest
time ever made on the road.
A. A. GADDIS, V. P. & G. M.
hanier & Youirians
3 45 p m Lv - Savannah - Ar 8 39 a in
6 10 p in Ar - Jesup - Lv 5 25 a iu
Stops at regular and flag stations.
Pullman Buffet Cars Jackson
ville to Cincinnati, and through
coaches Jacksonville to Chata-
Pullman Sleeping Cars to and
/rom Jacksonville and Savannah.
Through tickets sold to all points
by Rail and Steam connections,
and baggage checked through.
Also Sleeping Car Perth? and
Sections at Passenger Stations
WM. P. HARDEE,Gen. Pass. Agent.
R. G. FLEMING Supt.
m SUM! BW GOODS!
f.j. Biiconm bbos.,
pose to .do ! W# lead, other?
must follow or get left ! Send on
the money and your names, and we
will mail you regularity, the is
sue of this paper which comes
nearest the middle of each month.
Twelve papers for twenty-five
dents. We do this, that persons
who desire to keep up with the
Legal advertising of Clinch, Cof
fee, Charlton, Ware ingy do so at
at a small cost. We want no
names without the money which
is required to pay postage, we
charge nothing for our work, ns
our neighbors send us in plenty
of cold bread and pot-liquor to
A large white oak tree, owned
by T. T. Ililhurne, at Vernon,
Ala., is one of the botanical curi
osities of the State. Half of tho
foliage of the tree is yellow all
summer and autumn and the
other half is always a dark
Wagerohs Market Reports
The prices given below are retail
figures. Our leading merchants wil
guarantee wholesale prices to be so
low that a trial order will invariably
give satifaction. Wc quote to-day
only such articles as are mostly in de
mand, still, all fancy and family groce
ries may be purchased as cheap as else
BACON—Market firm and advanc
ing: moked clear rili sides, 11 cents;
dry-salt clear rib aides, 10 cents; shoul
ders,—=»; ham», mngnolia, 14 cents.-—
Breakfast strips 12 cts.
Sebastian Nuller, a Swiss, 25
years old, 5 feet 8 inches tall,
weighs a pound and a half less
than £00, can break a six-inch
cobble-stone with one blow of
his fist. He is now giving ex-
hibitons of bis strength in New
Carrying out one of Senator
Hoar’s ide^s, the Essex Club of
Breton has suggested that the
publ 9 echo'd* of Massachu*
setts devote** portion of Dec.
17 to Exercises in honor of John
G. Whittier, that day being the
eightieth anniversary % of W#
reakfapt *tnps 12 eta.
COFFER—Marxct steady: Ordinary,
22}i cU | fair, 23cts; choice 24)^ eta j
Choice Kip 2-5 cts.
FLOU U-=Market very fair: demand
moderate: Extra,$4 50; fancy, $5 25:
choice patent, WOO.
LARD—Cboice leaf lard, 6Q lb. tins,
W. C. Van Horn, Vice Presi
dent of tho Canadian Pacific
railway, said a few days ago
that in less than a mouth his
road would have a connection at
Sault St. Marie that would tap
our Northwest, and be of ira*
mense advantage to the Canadi
Track laying on tho Georgia
Southern and Florida ruilroai
ery, 20 ct».
8UQAR—Market dull, demand light,
tandard granulated, 7 cU; Rxpa C:
white, 0*8; Brown, 6*#.
TOBACCO—Fall stock, demand
light; common, sound, 30 @ 35 cts;
1 AO atd . KnnKt of. •
is proccding at the rate of oik-
iniio per day. Over twenty
miles of steel roils are now on
hand, and one thousand tons
more on the way. Two fino lo
comotives have been purchased,
and negotiations are pending
for the purchase of tho old
East Tennessee, Virginia and
Georgia depet in Macon. This
road will strike the JJruuswicic
and Western at Ty-Ty, and will
be a voluble connection for