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BRIEFLY RECORDED BY REC
LOCAL ITEMS PICKED CP HEBE AND
THEBE FOB THE ENTERTAIN
MENT OF OCR HEADERS,
Let ’er go.
Here’s to Black.
Third party is on the run.
Black will be our next congress
Let all democrats stand to the
( rack, fodder fodder.
The campaign will soon be over,
and we will be glad of it.
Mr. Watson is not afraid of any
body. We admire him for it.
J. C.A, Wilcher announces in
this issue for the legislature.
Mr. J, H. Laseter of Waynesboro
is in Gios°n visiting his father.
We are not the son of a prophet,
but Mr. Black will go to congress'
It is said that old Weaver will
speak in Augusta tomorrow week.
Comeoui tomorrow week and
hear Major W. T. Gary speak at the
Cotton has been coming into
town this week rapidly. The price
A-ie not much bettor.
We are exceedingly sorry to state
that Clerk J. F. Hannah still re
mains quite sick.
Read advertisement of Henry
Getjen, the fairly. lipuor dealer. Ho will
Stand up to your rights. Don’t
be run over by no one. That’s
Cholera is in New York. It is
thought damage that it will not do much
Dr. W. L. Cason, dentist is in
Gibson. Have your teeth fixed if
they are not sound.
When xt comes to genuine clever
ness, our young friend J. W. White
ley can’t be surpassed.
Black will beat Watson two.
thtfrlSSJfcd voteawdSffWtow whri
arc talking about.
Misses Eva and Beuford Thomp
son two charming the young ladies of
Augusta are guests of Miss Qma
Miss Oma Williams accompanied
by her guests Misses Eva and Beu
fora Thompson spent last Monday
and Tuesday at Wrens.
Mi*. Abb Locket and wife passed
through Gibson last Tuesday on
their way to their home in Warren
The ladies of Gibson met Air.
Black last tendered Thursday him evening at the
depot and beautiful
boquets of flowers.
Tho third partyites had better get
Dr. Cason to fix their teeth because
the democrats tough are going to give
them something to chew.
Read the advertisement of Mes
srs Hull â€“ Tobin, cotton factors
and commission merchants’ Augus
ta, and give them a showing.
AH of our new advertisements
dont appear this week. Didn’t
have room for them. We will
have a general and, will straightening enlarge out
uext week our pa
per. Several from this
joint county at
tended the debate at Thom
son yeterday, among whom were H.
A. Williams, R. L. Usry. Walden, B. F.
Harrell and G. W.
Mr.W. T. Kitchens, the who has
been engaged in saw mill bus
iness in Lawrense county for some
time is spending a while with rela
tives and old friends in Glascock.
Tom will probably sever his con
nection with saw milling and again
enter the mercantile business in
Miss Bessie Kitchens, one of
Glascock’s brightest, most beauti
ful and sweetest young ladies will
leave Mondoy for Milledgeville,
where she goes to attend the Nor
mal andlclu8trial historic College. city May
her stay m that old be
plcasan as well as profitable.
Tho r< .tort has gone abroad that
the edit, f this paper had re
tracted ‘ eriain article that was
publish i, long since. The re
port is upportod ly a shadow
of foun u. We have not re
tracted i icrhatwe have written,
nor we never will. We didn't hap
pen tol> built that, way, don’t you
We guegs we will have some fu
When it comes to patriotism Mai.
Black is there,
A. es, we will do everything there
is in our power for Bla and de
When a fellow gcJr Ms whipped he
generally with dismisses •competitors
An infant childfof the widow
Lawrence Kitchens breathed its
It is said that yesterdays joint
debate at Thomson was orderly.
It was another democratic triumph.
A large crowd from Glascock ah
tended the Black-Watson debate
in Sandersville last Friday. The
Special train was undoubtedly a
The Record was dismissed with
yesterday contempt by a third told." party leader
so we are That’s
the best way he could have gotten
rid of it.
The reliable Cotton Factors M.
O’Dowd’s Sons â€“ Co. have an ad
vertisement in this issue. This
firm is well known to our people,
and they -will patronize it.
The infant boy of Mr. and Mrs.
N. G. S. Logue died last night af
ter a few weeks severe illness. Its
remains will be buried at Fellowship
this afternoon at four o’clock.
Rev. G. T. Flanders was taken
sick at Davisboro last Monday, r
He was brought home and remain
ed in bed for a few days. He is
now able to be up, but is not well.
We ask our readers to patronize
the merchants who advertise. We
guatantee that none of our adver
tisers will‘in the least swindle you.
We take no advertisements save
those who are reliable.
Mr. Wm. Phillips, of Jefferson
county, who was for a long while
a third partylte has returned to tho
folds of democracy. IJe is pre
paring a card will for publication, y in
which he giye his reasons
making the change.
R. Reynolds W. C. Eli H ar
ris G. L- Thompson from Glascock D. P. Usry,
and others attended
the Augusta joint debate Monday
* iiUJubb am?Qa * ttttta WnU. *
Will’s horse tried to jump on.
Said he was as tricky as u-11.
Will be sore abont that matter.
Said admlrerd. there was one thing about Dave
Will edit the third party paper
which is to be started here soon,
Everybody is cordially invited to
come out on Saturday the W. 24th T. in
stant and hear Hon. Gary
of Augusta the democratic elector
at large for the state of Georgia de
liver one of his matchless oration.
The speaking will occur at court
house in Gibson at 2 oclock P. M.
To the voters of Glascock coun
ty.— I hereby announce myself a
candidate for the office of Repre
sentative from Glascock to the
Georgia legislature subject to elec
tion [on Oct. 5th. If elected I
promise to discharge the duties to
the best of my ability.
Yours truly i
J. C A. Wilcher.
Yesterday about one hundred
people eamo to town to hear Mr.
A. E. Strother, Alliance lecturer
for the tenth congressional district.
Mr. Strother was introduced
by Hon. T. O. Gibson. .He spake
for about an hour aud|. half,
alliance principles. He said in
the beginning that his speech would
he non-political, but we think his
argument leaned a [little j towards
the third party.
Eyes ExantifiBd Fiee.
PROF. P. M. WHITMAN,
qEORGIA Glascock County
Whereas William A. Towner and
•James A. Todd Executors of the
Ikst will and Testament of Walter
Towner represents to the court in
their record potftioj/dnly that filed and fully entered ad
on they have
ministered waiter Towner estate;
this is therefore to cite all persons
concerned heirs and ceditors to
show cause if shoud any they can, be why dis
charged from their executorship
and receive letters of dismission on
the first Monday m December 1892
J. C. Englis Ordinary.
Citation for Setters of
QeORGIA, Glasscock County.
Whereas N. S. Hodges adminis
trator of P. M. Wilson, represents
to the court in his petition, duly
filed and entered on record that he
has fully administered R- M.
Wilson’s estate. This is, therefore
to cite all persons concerned, heirs
and creditors, to show cause, if any
they can, why said administrator
not bo discharged from his
administration and receive letters
of dismission on the first Monday
in October. J, C. English.
^EORGIA-Glascock Clark, administrator County.
of Julia W. Clark, deceased, has in
due* leave form applied to the undersigned
to sell the lands belonging
tot La estate of said deceased, and
said 'iraranonday Application in October will be heard next, on th
M 5th day of Sept. 1892.
,, Exglibh Ordinary.
Aag jsia, Gibson ain .1
t ?ille R. R. Co,
SCHEDULES, NO. 1 AND 3.
Daily, Sunday Excepted.
No. 1 West- No. 3 West.
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pm m a m a-m
Augusta 4 05 AO
HepUzibah 5 11 5 13 —
Kvysville 5 53 5 54
Gibson 7 20 7 30 0 42
Sander’vile 9 IS .. 1150
SCHEDULES NO. 2 AND 4.
Daily, Sunday Excepted,
No 2 East. No. 4 East.
Ar Lv Ar I.v.
am am pm pm
Sandersville - W* - 55 --- 12 50
Gibson 4- 9 40 2 44 2 48
Keysville C5» 15 c: 16 4 28 4 30
Hepbzibab CC 58 c: ffi- 5 13 5 17
Augusta x (SO • - - 6 30 - - •
SCHEDULES No’s. 5 and 7.
Sunday only. West.
No. 5 West. No. 7
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Augusta t— Ck/
Hepzibali â€“OC n GO M to rfu. ^
Keysyille yf CO dX ao ^ tr*
Gibson Oo H O t-A h* C5 d
SCHEDULE Xo’s 6 and 8.
Sunday only . East
No. GKast. No. 8
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Gibifn CoO C V o
Keysville Hepzibali CD OTj GO -rf lU.
Augusta O JO
T- J. M. KELLEY.
THVSXCIAN AND SURGEON
All calls promptly ttendaed
T JIKITCHENST SURGEON
? I’lIYSIClAN AND
■A’l calls promptly attended.
• >.. 73 “7 7 ' • . ~~~7^ •*■-—< —
' HENRY 0ETJEN. •r
WINES, LIQUORS, CIGARS â€“ TOBACCO
561 BAoad Street, Worth Side,
Special LjflC I'CSTH, ■ ' GB0RGIS. " '
—jjj attention paid to the Jug Trade.
-7^ My friends are invited to make their basdquartars with duringjjwi.
stay in the city. me
â€“ IV!. 0’DOw 6’S SONS 4 GO.*
Cotton * Factors
Corner Reynolds and Ninth Street, AUGUSTA, GA.
W© C£v©P©2.3QSial and tTsadivideS.
Te Weighing' And Selling of Cotton.
Commission for Selling 50 Cents. Storage 25 Cents.
Liberal Cfasfi Advances Mad® on
ASBirr-Y HULL. P. B. TOBIN,
HULL â€“ TQBIN,
GEO. R SIBLEY AND CO.
S45 â€“ 841 BEVHOLDS J5TPRE3GT,
Persofal Attention Given to Branches Of Our. Business
C. H. HOWARD. s. P. WEISIGER,
J.- iSimissloii W.fl, HOWARD â€“ SONS.
* 20 McmTosH *
SEVENTH STREET,) , #
Orders For Bagging And Ties
Consignments of Cotton Solicited. v
STEWART PH1NIZV. JACOB I*HIN*ZY. JAMES TOBIN
*s>i!iragY 4 <£®.*
*J. H. SPEARS*
WAREHOUSE AND SALESROOM:
McIntosh 7th Street, corner Reynolds
Will continue the business in its various branches. Advances of Bagging and
Ties and Family Supplies at lowest mrrket prices. Liberal Cash Ad
vances made on Cotton or other Produce in Store. Consignment
of all Field and Farm Produce Solicited. Ample facil
ities and long experience will Searan
SHIP TO DAVIS â€“ FARGflJ