FARM AND ALLIANCE.
natural money, or that some particular
kinds of natural product* were designed
in tfce beginning to be used aa money, i*
absolute ftedofi and unworthy the age in
a of all thouthtftil men.
•Vwax President: H. Willlai
VtcrPresJdmt: J J. Wilkinson .Secretory;
J. G. donah, Treasurer; R*v. Thompson,
4 haplain;W. !» Hamilton. L"™™* ; K I.
Bi-hop. AasDtant l/doj". M. J. Mock.
I *uor Keeper; C.’. I». Todd. Assistant Door
Keeper; R F. Miller, Sergeant-at-arm*.
Port nfflre. Wayenm.
H.r.Williams. President •. A L. Bishop.
Vk-e-President; K. It. C. John-. Secretary;
ll. rUiuah, Treasurer; J. M. Freeman:
4’haplain; M. J. Mock, Ikior Keeper; C. I>..
Tutkl. Assistant Door Keeper; T. II. Morton,
The SutUla Alliance meet*
on the Saturday Udore tli
Pmnh Sunday in earh month.
. F. Its
u. Assistant I as-til
rer; P. II. T ’
Piet office Folkstoii
;N. N. Mizcll
Treasurer; P. II. Baker, Business Agent.
ALLIANC E ITEMS.
which ire life. - -That all i
Will apt bobble around c
When he can care hi* Khepin
one bottle of* I»r. Drum mom
r i* art:- ! ning Remedy, costing only $.'».1>ut n orth
E.H. CRAWLEY, SR.,
Arial, and, therefore, the result of a
“fiat” must be apparent to all who would
give the matter a moment’s careftil
thought. The fact that all money is
“fiat” was firmly established by the Su
preme court 4»f the United States iu its
decision relative to the legal tender act.
That decision embalmed in law the rea
dable and intelligent conclusion that
appeals to everyone who has studied the
question; that R i* the Impress of govern
ment decree that carries with it the func-
of money, aud not the material
upon which such impiesn is made. The
term •‘fiat money" as now used in deri-
1 ridicule by the money owners
implies some connection with what they
are pleased to designate a- "irredeemable
money.'' The absurdity of this assertion
is only equaled by the ignorance which
prompt* it. The “fiat” which gives the
money its distributing and debt-paying
functions, is in no manner n<*ar or remote
connected with either irredeemability or
redecmability. “Fiat money" (a full
legal tender) is redeemed with each
transaction iu which it is a factor. Take
for example the greenback |«|*-r money.
WltlsBUt-tlie exception on its back it is
al«ohlte.“fiat money.*' *It was issued as
ilatra for thirty
fl'H*. Enterprising Druggie
>r it will l»e sent to any udure
reipt of price,‘by the l>nimiu
rine Co., -JH-.’Vo Maiden Line.
Agents wanted , • i J
FURNITURE and STOVES
South Georgia Bank of Waycross,
A VAUASIX l-RE.s’fcNT.
i Papular AjH-
publishers we are prepa
/rer to each of our reader*
scription to th« popular i
tural journal, the .Laei-iVvn
lishdl at Springfield at
si to furnish
ion tidy’ agri-
As I desire to give the people the benefit of my cash trade,
all’ Furniture aud Stoves will be sold low down for cash.
Parties desiring to purchase these goods will do well to state j ">
that they intend to pay cash, so as to get the benefit of Cash I
Prices. In addition to our large stock of Furniture and Stoves,
we earn- a full stock of t.. ,»h
Crockery and Hardware.
ALSO A COMPLETE LINE OF
ill pay up all
one year in advance j
uhscribers win* will I
•av one year in advance. The Antericm ;
farmer enjoys a large national circula- |
ion, and ranks among the leading agr
ultiiral pajH-rs. By this arrangeinei
t costa you nothing to receive the Amei
cm Fannrr fi.r one year. It will 1
o votir advantage to call promptl;
-ample copies can U- seen at 4,.:
EAiUlUiG UTENSILS AND HARNESS.
1 will he pleased to price goods at any time.
COURT HU SI SQUARE.
R. B; KEENE,
The minute* of the Eleventh district
Alliance dW tml reacli tw in time for last
wi-ek’s i**ue,and not having a list of otli-
een* at hand we were unable t4i give them, same “fiat money” to-day.
Following were the officers elected: ! was ami is at the pn*ent time •‘irrcdeeni-
I'resident, W. L. Wilkinson, Quitman; | able” as the term goes, which, however,
Viee-President, J. II. Yapp, Valambro- I has nothing whatever to do with its being
sia; Secretary, *1. II. Roone, llazlehur-t; j “fiat.” I want to state at this poiut that
l^cturerer, W. AV.Webb, Halvia; Asaiat- there never was a single dollar in gold
ant la-cttirer, S. L. Risliop, Waycross;
iKsir Keeper, W. A. F.cord, (ad<lre—«
not given). —
The following resolution was unani
mously adopted, alter an earnest discus
sion: Rcsohed, That this district Alli
ance, iu convention assembled, recom
mends that each county Alliance author
ize each sub-Alliance in their resjas-tive
counties to send delegates to the county
Alliance, to meet in April next, lull)
prepared to send one or more delegates
from each county to meet the district
convention on the last Wednesday in i mu
April, at Waycross, lla., with a view of j Tli
recommending a suitable candidate In j lie
represent the Eleventh Congressional j |. r .
District in the .'*.3d congress. It was j „f
clearly explained in this connection that
no political test should l*e required of a
candidate, hut if he measured squarely
up to the Ocala platform, hi* polities
should not lie questioned.
Plumbing, Gas Fitting,
F ^“i DomesticFruit8 I’l’IN. SHEET IRON AND COPPER WORK.
ST EAM FITTING A SPECIALTY.
TIN ROOFING AND JOB WORK.
FOUR TIMES A YEAR.
-U April 1-t. July 1st and October 1st
Save Your Spare Dimes
id 1»«H the
C. C. Grace, Miles Albert son, Warren Lift, J. S. Bailey,
II. Murphy. Lemuel Johnson, J. F. Wadley.
nd 17th of each i
id on Saturday* froii
AN INTERESTING EVENT-
AND I ICS,
ToB.U t 11,
Ice Cold Drinks,
Those who think they will have a
“walk over” into office, by the same old
tariff'sham battle so far as this district
is concerned, are luidly tooled. You can
—WTlrdfiWN ns ft feet :!u»t nefda no urgu-
iiteiit, there will be a candidate for Con
grats on the th*ala platform. There are
too many Alliancetnen in tire district to
let the gold hug element have every
thing. The next congressman, or mther
the first congressman from the Eleventh,
will be an Ocala platform man, and
don’t von forget it.
UfflCE Al.UASPK PBVUHHIMtt C<»„ \
281* North Capitol Street,
WASHINGTON, D. March 1*. )
Webster defines the won! “fiat” as “a
command to do something; a decisive or
eiftcflve command; a decree.”
' Hence, according to the definition,
“fiat money” is simply and only tnarh
money or divreed money. With thi?
(Miint establishisl, the next important
question is, under what decree or 1
whose command is this fiat money ei
at<Hl? Did this «-ommand eminate from
nninipotiuice? I fid the creator of the
universe ever decree what should ami
what should not In* “fiat money?” *
Ifni., what is its substance and what
are i.s denominations? Also, where i*
this ‘‘fiat nnsrey” of Deity found, and
what are its particular vUar.u
l J ipc, Steam, < »iis
and AT atei*
Wells Driven at Short Notice, and Every Well
Plant Avenue, Bear Canal
'Way «-i*< >sisi,
BEX. .1. APPLE.
Henry Hohenstein & Co.,
OFSIK 'CESS IN FRUIT (*R( )VV l NG INTO GET
Good Fruit Trees from Reliable Dealers.
THE CHEROKEEE EARM AND
! Have a Half a Million of tile best Pear, Peach, Plum,
Japanese Persimmon, Apple and a hundred other kinds of
trees and plants at the lowest prices. Write them for cata
logue and price list. oct3i-ty
ai \ rs ii ,v r r r i\vi\
Life Insurance Co.
OF NEW YORK.
CORRESPONDENT E SO LICITED.
GILLON & HUDSON,
FOUNDERS AND MACHINISTS,
(WAYCROSS IRON WORKS,)
trslrd, anil |Mr whou or ill roll -11 kIk.hi
Kit first distrilmtci 1 among the children
«.r men? If God does really “make
money," as w»iuc* of our statesmen ami
writers etaim, where in the great laW.*-
tory of nature i« Die pnwes* carried on?
To charge such efforts to Deity sacri
lege, and tend* to lesson our respect and
reverence for the attributes of divinity.
The fact is that Providence created Uie
material out of which money is made,
hut uiau made the money itself.
As an example. God made the mate
rial out of which the steam engine is
made, but the labor of’man built the
machine. The engine together with
water and fin* may be prepared to draw
the passenger coach from jK»int to point
with great ra|ndity, but it is the *Tiat,"
the iMMiuand of the railroad officials
that determines whether their power*
shall be active or dormant. Just so
with money. Certain material*, some
time* one, sometimes another, and many
times several are selected and fashioned
by labor into various forms with certain
»<her characteristics -to designate ibetr
use, (hundred* of different sahsUnccs
have been made use of in the past for
this pur|xwc,) after which either custom,
a* fat the past, or what is termed law, as
in the present, declar * them to be “fiat
ic said that
injustice t<. a few wealthy in
nocent*. aud a few hundred laborers
who are working in the jute factories.
But he was dumb, when it was suggested
that, on the other hand, the bill would
greatly Ix-ncfft 'millions in the cotton
That was a matter of no eousider-
to him. lie thought It would he
sufficient to show that free bagging and
H AVING added all necessary.Machinery to our shop, we
are now prepared to do all kinds of casting, repairing
WHY IS THE
W. L. DOUGLAS 1
S3 SHOE cENfSSiiEN
and general work on Locomotives.
We also carry in stock Stationary and Saw Mills, Piping,
Belting, Pulleys, Hangers and Brass Cocks of all kinds. We
make a specialty of
noruiou* profits filched from the farm- ! TffE BEST SHOE M TffE VOSLD FM TK MWEf?
. i It !• *muBleMaboe. with tto tack*or wax thresd
l»y these |>roteeted jute haggin;.
maker*. ^Ir. Turner’s vonuhiUet*. lmw-
ever. rcp*trtetl rite bill favoruldy and it
will pam the home. It iy *aid Stat
Gr.itz, before he left Washington,, inti-
mated that the jute trust crowd would
look after Turner if lie l*ecame a candi
date for re-election to Congress thi> fall.
They will try to l»eat him. f<mnc’Re
publican candidate will be aide to get
s.»iiie sugar for making the race. Hut it
is not believed here that Mr. Turuct can
I»e treated hy them. •,
A* raw material they are not money,
they an; only the product* of mature.
by labor they are not money.
The Houston Post says How* do yob
rfcondje the statemeni' that the silf^r
producers are to gain an much from the
unlimited coinage of their product with
the fact that silver bullion ha* declined
steadily, both in New York and in I Hin
doo. in prospect of favorable legislation
and that it is now chcaj»er than at any
time in maip years? Can you explain
wherein 'ramonrtueition or demonetiza
tion of silver can possibly be of more
interest to the farmer than diversifica
tion of his crop* and the removal of-the
war taxes, the imymeiit of high prior*
f«»r everything he buy* while only tire
lowest price* are obtained for everything
It b easy to see how the agricultural
classes may be ^benefitted by being re
lieved of a heavy 1 (ax fir»r the building up
of monopolistie ^ianufaeturiug concern-,
a tax which is intended to make the
and the rich richer, which
UCMll. „ — ,
T offered foe |Omt
kick cost frots ixa) to StUMi
a OO BtwMewe4 Welt »hoe. an* calf.
■ HjV.sh. comfortable and datable. Tte beat
-Ter offered at thU price; tame gmU aa cus-
‘ ‘ ratattxntonJM.
- •* Railroad 3
Syrup Mills and Kellies.
. NO NAME FOR IT!
. This Gentleman lias found the
most extensive and complete es
tablishment of any kink in Way-
cross. A regular
MULTUMIN PAR VO.
Where they make anything in
wood from a Pine Plank to an
to an Elaborate Sideboard in the
highest style of art.
GOOD SOLID ICE
Delivered at your door or shipped
in any quantity, anywhere.
i:i jo< i rk ; r.KiHTN
For Street Store or Dwelling. We refer to the
Satilla Manufacturing Company,
WHOSE OFFICE AND WORKS ARE IN WEST
leh fmm MlUtotlliU. •
Fancy Furniture, Moulding, all kinds of Wood Carving and
Turning. Two immense dry kilns. Bone Dry Lumber
. _ Dressed and worked. Store wo<xl at your door at Ji.oo for
ALL WORK'GUARANTEED. Give us a trial aud i for two-horse wag(,n local. Agent for Fay’s manilla bnilding
CQ U Pallcf* Skon Farmer*. Railroad X«
90a aadLetterCan-ler*aU wrearthrm: Boacalt,
who want a *hoe for comfort and aerrlce.
-JJ and 8X00 \V«rklnsman*a *boM
MM|Hrcii| and dnraSle.. Thoaa who
«• their merits, a* the lserraslcx «ale* tliow. I
bom »t.uu to
pAtware"ti^^ on the bottumofulch ahow°
rr TAKB NO M BNTITrTK^
tlirt on local ■dTertlwd dealers *-*
bat slatply manufactured products, bat,
poor poorer and the rich richer, which
takes from '«w elw to gfre to atifttW.:
It is easy to see hoar freedom of trade
must help everybody except the protect
ed baron*, but c&n you explain how the
. free coinage of silver is going to work.
nr law decrees that they
shall act in the capacity of money, then,
and not until then, do they start out on
their at such. The idea of a
such a revolution in the condition of the
fanner or anybody else? Mr. Mills
the free coinage of silver will not afforJ
the relief for which the people are clam
oring. Gan yon offer a single argument
ora e *
i rapport of a contrary opinion*
Im&S on iood •dTertlwd deslers supplying yoo,
W. G. DOCCU8. Braektaa. MassTaold by
FOR SALK 15Y
B. H. LEVY BRO.&CO
WESTERN FURNITURE CO.
HAS TO SAY.
TRADE WITH IT? AMSYOl' WILL ALWAYS 8AVK MONKY.
LARGEST STOCK, LOWEST PRICES AND
Are what we offer
.say it is a positive
now. Even* one is surprised that calls on us. You will
....... that such an array was never seen before. Our Specialties
in* Furniture are Fancy Parlor Suit*, Beil Room Suits, Dining Room Suits, Man
tels and Standing Cabinup*. Office Fittings, Etc., Etc.
Our Carpet department .Specialties: Monquette, Wilton a
from 30c to f 1.60 a yard. Als^ a large apgortment of Lace
anil RenalsMsance Portiers of e T -— - v *' 1 u ' !, “ Ia
Don’t forget that we can fill
d Brussel* Carpet*,
I'urtains, Tain hour
Style and Quality. Wimlow Slunle> a Specialty,
wants, no matter what they are. Carpets, Oil
Cloths and Matting laid: Window Shades hung—all Exclusively free of charge,
j Come and convince yourself that we mean what we say. See our $20.00 bed-
, room suits, worth $80.04». Our assortment. of mattrwses and springs will make
! you aware what bargains mean. Onr grand selection of pictures, oar most *lesira-
i file assortment of quilts, blaukets, comforts, and our large stock or chain* an«l
! roekera will make von lielieve we mean business. We want mou
[ msontf?r,i.Siditmij^rrrMw ; too numerous to mention. Lc-t us make the exchange. We sell our goods
•“**''* * " ! ]lutallaient Plan, ami we give you a gissl discount l*y paying Cask. Heappeal to
j you all, citizens of Waycross ami vicinity, to give as a trial, and patronize u»,
j which will be very much appreciated. Yours ni4«t humbly and respectfully,
4th tee in the-Owens flbch!
Musical Instruments of all Kinds-Small and Great
Will handle nothing but the Best Instruments. All wy Instruments are of
the Best Makes. No Single Reed Organs in stock. Will not handle an Organ that
ha* less tlian two sets Reeds and good Walnnt Cast*.
GUITARS OF ALL KINDS,
Banjos in Great Variety, Harmonicas in Quan
tities, Fifes, Flutes, Fageolets and Drums.
Musical Albums and Jewelry
wmm FOURTH STORE IN THE OWENS''BLOCK.
stock, ami they are
My friend* are invited to call and examine my Stock.
jin rri bMB
THE WESTERN FURNITURE IX)..
Herschkovitz Bros. &, Heller.
aug 1 if
AND SEWING MACHINES
ON EASY PAYMENTS.
J. R. KNIGHT,