PtaM Ahm, Wajrero**, C*.
Bnbtcrfption fl.00 per annum.
Tkr Stair CMrratim Meet* to Atlanta.
Tlic Democratic State Convention met
Atlanta Mtjr 18th.
THE HERALD- ^ ...
Oar aaUtoriml rr»rr*r■*«!.»« will be fr.vHW
with rnptr crmleMUU defian* tbe.r aathoory, daly
awM bear the name
•Obe writer Parely penotnl coatioeereiee will be
t be in by
DEMOCRATIC MASS MEETINGS.
Cl toe A (aunty far ClrrrUwL
HoxEtmu; Ga.. May 16.—Satur
day the voters of the county voted in
Hon. K'*j*e Harrow «t< nominated the primaries held in their respective
; hy the Cleveland men for Chairman. tLe j districts. Sunday the
j anti-Cleveland mei »--j— /..« • »» ...
t \V. Robertson.
The former was
j 180 to 1:17.
; Fulton county’s
* seated bv a vote of 171 to 1
nominating Col. J. ; solidated. Hr.n. Augustus I)uP«.nt
. , and S. L. 1 travdy were the unan-
elect ed by a vote oft imotl* chime a* delegates to the Atlanta
convention to select delegacy to nominate
’levclaud delegaliou \ a candidate for President and tothegub*
, This j ernatoml (i nvention tononiitiatea gov-
uk» oaly m »4«
SATURDAY. MAY 21. 1892.
North Carolina will vote for Cleve
Atkinson was defeated in Glynn by
240 votes in a total poll -of 808.
about represented the relative strength j ernor and state house officers. Capt
The citizen* of. Home. Ga., have de
cided that their city shall In- leveed
a(rain«t further devastation hy flood.
Every dollar wi
appropriutions by a Democratic Congm**!
i# a dollar contributed to Republican sue- |
tens in November.
of the Cleveland and Hill faction*.
The following Cleveland delegation
was selected for the National Demo
cratic (Vmveutiun from the State at
large, viz: Jn*. M. Smith, F. G. Ihi-
Hignon, F. II. Richardson, Da|>oiit
The deU gaJcs from the 11 ill District
are Walter T. McArthur and Thomas
\V. Ijiudr, alternate*- I. C. MclV>aald
and I). I*, .lone-.
Owing to the able leadership of Hon.
Clark Howell and lion. Patrick W«l*h,
I who represented the *mti-('lcve!aml fae-
unneveseary 1 ,fo„. the detaratinu srm** imindrurted.
The Ware County Executive t*«»ni-
mittee ha* adopted a* rule for primaries
that hears the impress of fairness,
the result will demonstrate the
of the candidates.
i. the delegati
Following is the full text of the plat-
1. Resolvrsl, That we, the iH'iuoerabi
of Georgia in convention assembled, r«>
ntlinil onr devotion to the time-hononsl
™7th »f «»r I'i-'l'Ti. I'ralj
UlitVf that the jmwers of delegates
J nlioiild Ik- strictly construed, that the
-urnsl aut'Oiomy of the States and the rights of
I local government and homo rule should
wo j Ik* zealously guarded; tha* ,,r * •••'**‘**»*
A terrible railroad wreck li
near Cleveland. Ohio, on Sunday
train*, Imth running at full *|»cod, j h |i«hi!«I Ik* taken from tli-
erashed into each other in a blinding
storm. Many were killed.
Mr. Davis has introduced a bill au
thorizing the President to proclaim a
general holiday commemorating the
four hundredth anniversary of the dis
covery of America, October 12th, 1802.
Application was made last Friday at
Knoxville for n receiver for the East
Tennessee, Virginia and Georgia Rail
road. Nearly, ninety men have been
discharged owing to the dullness of
It appear* that the editor of the
Rlackahenr Times is a Turner man, and
the owuers of the pajK-r are for sup|a»rt-
ing Judge Atkinson. This will not he
another Brunswick Flopper ease, but
simply a change of editors, and Mr.
Mitchcl. and the owners of the Times
are to Ik- res|K*eted for standing by their
Col. lien E. Russell will tuidoubtedly
soon l»e in the congressional race. Alter
his address in Rrimswiek in favor of Mr.
Turner, In* was projKwed to the Demo
crats of the .Second district as a projK-r
successor to Mr. Turner in that district.
Possibly the Second ' district would ii:
local. State or
purpose*; that the s
should Ik- exercised ii
n;ttioital: that legislate
fmed to legitimate object- of the govern
ment; that public ofliee i- a solemn
p 2.'\\V beiic-ve that the same care and
caution should be used by the govern
ment, Itoth State and national, in the
exjK-nditure of public mofiey, as is usetl
by prudent men in their own private af
We lielleve that the right of taxa
tion was developed then, IsHli Suite anil
national, to Ik* used only for absolute ne
cessities, and any other ttsi
is dishonest and tyranieal.
4. The surplus revenue in the treas- j
urv is a glittering prize to l»e sought j
after by political thieves and plunder- i
o. We are uncompromisingly op|«-sed |
to the enlargement and concentration of j
federal power, to t'..e usurpation by the
central government of the funclious of*
the State; to Ismntic* and sulwidics
Augustus DuPont offered tk« following
resolutions, which were unanimously
Resolved, That the people of Georgia
have just pride in the administration of
the affairs of their state by Gov. Northen.
11c brought to the discharge of his duties
as governor profound learning, states
manship and an honest and patriotic
purpose. Hehas/sbown himself worthy
our great esteem and confidence, having
given the state a wise, honest, justdmd
huisnessUkc administration. We would
Ik* derelict in a sense of proper approcia-
tion, did wc fail to specially mention, his
ruedduotis efforts in W-half of agriculture
and education, which has crowned his
administration, the ablest and
Rant in the history of the Sstat*
Resolved, That we declare our tin-
iMiundiHl confidence in Grover Cleveland,
and without qualification indorse and
commend him as worthy ihe siip|*>rt of
onr party. We regard him the imiu of the
hour, lie gave to Jtciuocracy their Tro
jan of war--tariff reform. Wc recognize
in him the great exj»oiieiit of Democratic |
IIokiIvuI, We sincerely regret the death j
of the attornev general of Georgia, and in- |
dorse for the place the Hon. J. M. Ter- |
rell of Meriwether county; for the other !
state hon>e officer* we indorse the pres- i
ent gentlemen who so ably fill tin* re- I
! speetive places.
1 Resolved, We indorse John C. Me-J
; Donald as a suitable person to he selce-
: ted from the Eleventh congressional dis-
j triet as delegate to the national eon veil- j
i tioii, and Clark Howell and J. II. Kstill I
■ from the Sjtate at large. • j
j Resolved, We cordially indorse the
* candidacy of Judge J. L. Sweat to the
j judgship of the Brunswick circuit, and
i refer with pride to his record as a law-
! yer and legislator. ' We have no liesi-
j talley in presenting him t<» the consider-
j ation ->f the legislature of (Jcorgia.
lived, That in accordance with
HAPPY !!DAN BROADWAY ENGLISH,
NO NAME FOR IT!
This Gentleman. has found the
most extensive and complete es
tablishment of any kinlc in Way-
cross. A regular
MULTUM IN PARVO.
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.
Auction Dry Goods,
Masonic Building, Plant Avenne and Folks Block, near Depot
Are now displaying the largest and most varied assortment of l>rv Good* Shoes Hats
Ac ever brought to Way trews. comprising the Latest Styles' in Dress FabriquV.
Gush meres, German Fluids ami Stripes, White Goods. Fine Figured India Linens. Black
Lawns. Embroidered Dresses, Fumy Flounces. I .ace*. Hamburgs. Braid. (Xml and Trim
ruing Silk of every description.
Ladies and Gents’ Shoes and Hats,
and make them as Cheap or as Fine as desired.
f thi.** power , ( | n .|„ r ,,|i nnjl of principles, we em-
t! • lr** - 1 pDatically declare for Cleveland, N’or-
ite entcr|Wi*c: t
practice of pater
We. aim have within
preferred to confer the honor uit*olieiti*l, people n
imt that Col. Russell would be a strong force a
the race there is no dotibi
| drum, the judicial j.owcrs of the State
\ usurped by vouvts-wv.utial and the legis-
; hlTlirestdzed hy a military «-letk and the
ally elected repres* utative
tlicn and tariff reform, and hereby in
stinct our delegates to the several con
ventions to give full expression* thereto.
Lullocii county sends uninstructed
i delegates to Atlanta, but adopted a res-
| oitilii ii preferring Cleveland and en
dorsing Governor Northen.
■ Early eotintv sends uninstructed dele- |
gat<*> also, though the odds seem in i
1 fa vor of Cleveland. N’orlhtn and the
their mass m.
For Street Store or Dwelling. We refer to the
Satilla Manufacturing Company,
WHOSE OFFICE AND WORKS ARE IN WEST
Fancy Furniture, Moulding, all kinds of Wood Carving and
Turning. Two immense dry kilns. Bone Dry Lumber
Dressed and worker!. Store wood at yonr door at $1.00 for
for two-liorse wagon load. Agent for Fay’s mauilla building
. paper. n„ .
C. C. GRACE A SON.
Full Line of
loit-e Curtains, Window Shade*. Matting. Drapery. I'pholstery, Tinware. Table and
Pocket Cutlery. Etc.. Etc.
We save mone\- on everything we sell. No credit; we are
after the Cash Trade only.
DAN BROADWAY ENGLISH.
Masonic Building. Plant avenne, and Folk* Block i
| RODGERS FLAT
j POCKET IVTLERY.
to' m'ake'hv !
i* t oiiveutio.
7. We eousitler government control of
the j»o*t office* a* noee*>ary ami proper,
I localise the seal of the letter protects
the private affairs' of the citizens from
government espionage, hut we protest,
except in the regulation of prices, against
extending this control over the tele
graphs and telephones, and placing in j
our midst a horde iff office holders who \
will Ik- amenable only to national laws, |
and may at any time, hy the will of the ;
majority, or as often happens, in our
federal affairs by the will of the minor- \
ities, he. turned into spies ami informers. }
While wo oppose government owner- j
•“hip of railroads, we indorse our State
powers of the interstate commission Ik*
so enlarged as to provide a “rigid, lion- j
eat and just control.’ of powers of traits- (
IT /.V rXOL'MOrltATJr.
This is what State Chairman Atkinson,
«K»innuindcr-in-ehiel' of the Democ'ratio
forces in Georgia says:
“It would Ik* just as wise,*' continued
Mr. Atkinson, “to drive out of the party
those who are opposed to free coinage of
silver as it would those who favor the
demands of the Ocala platform. • In my
opinion the main body of the Ocala
platform is good Democratic doctrine.
F:.r my pari 1 do not believe that the
country would be bonefitteO but would
1m* greatly damaged by the passage of
the sub-treasury bill, but the Democrats
who believe that this measure would Ik*
Itencficial to the country have a right to
their opinion. They have a right to in
sist that they I* heard upon a question !
raised l»y the advocate* of the suletrcas- \
wry plait, and if they have a majority * ' g \\*e f 10
they have a right to dictate the |K.liev of; ( ^,i naR ,. 0 f i H ,th silve
the party upon that question. The mi- | ^\r\\v with vnvh otlur, to the t ml that
norit.v must submit to tlu* control of the j ,| ie ,;„„ u . v 0 f tlir* pnqde shall Ik* of
Decatur county, which is largely Alii- *
unco-Democ iatic, resolved to semi dele- !
gates uniustrueted. This convention I
also endorsed Gov. Northen and the !
present State administration. "j
Sr. Many’s Ga., May 19.—The vote
of tin* Democratic primary held May 14 !
resulted, «* consolitlated, as follows: j
For congress—S. 11. Atkinson, 209, H.
1 LITTLE PEKSOXAL." |
Tilt* etlitor of the Thomasville News I
has favored the recognition of Alliance- j
Democrat* in the party, and the eamfi- :
ami Vlrm'aTui that"the \ '}?'> " f Mr - !'• 11 «•'«'»“./ > Ore Tiftmt
(•azetle, in it* usual spirit ot parttsuu-
• of till*
nl uiilimitetl i
majority. That i* a fundamental D«
The Atlanta t\»U*tiHition takes the
AN INUKMorKATIC PR»M’KF4»INO.
We regret to see a disposition mani
fested in the Second autl Eleventh con
gressional districts to refuse to allow
Democratic Alliancemcn, who are favor-
. aide to the demands of the Ocala plat
form, to participate in the Democratic
primaries of the district.
Happily, this disposition is not gen
eral among the Democrats of these two !
districts, aud as for the rest of the State, j w
it certainly ha* not the encouragement; * vnt jailing
< political ad-
capons of tin- j
f the News Is a just rebuke
*f political tricksters who
means to accomplish their
of the party.
|iiantity ami quality as was originally
contemplated by the e«>nstitiltioil.
9. \Ve desire that a uniform system
• ff kinking 1h* provided for by tlu* legis
lature* of Georgia with a flexible expan
sion of the State liank currency. We
further demand that the prohibition iu
the national bank law against accepting
real estate for security for loans shall Ik*
10. Wo tlemand that the amount of
the circulating medium Is* s]M*edily in
creased on a souu<l basis sufficient to
meet the needs of tin* country.
11. We demand that congress shall
pass such laws as will efleetually pre-
futures of all agricultur-
When will come the day of c
lies atul statesmen-like method:
The News h»*gs in advam-e the pareh
| al product'll
of its readers for what will foll<
is not often that this jKireloii will he ask
ed for a similar reason.
The Tifton Gazette in its issue of last
week, stilted as a fact that tlu* editor of
The News was n carjMS luig vankee, who i
had 1kh. ii a resident of the state for only 1
a few years. In fact that lit* had drift
ed to Thomasville when it had first res
ell into prominence as a winter resort.
The editor of The News lias this to say-
in reply to the Gazette: lie was lmru
in Georgia, has never lived out side of
uurts oi ini agnetmur- ,, . c
nrmidin* -*-*trrtirent il’ eor £ ia - bus parents were l.eorgiana,
il.z. » * .» i ami that when the ciid eorties to him lie
Bennett & Weller,
Way cross, Georgia.
WE HAVE A FINE LINE AT VERY LOW
Watches for Ladies.
Watches for School Girls.
Watches for Fast Mon.
Watches for Slow Men.
Watches forOld Men.
Watches for Young Men.
Watches for Good Boys.
Watches for Bad Boys.
Watches of any size, or for any sized pocket
and at any Bizcd prices.
VERY LOW PRICES !!
VERY LOW PRICES !!
BENNETT & WELLER.
BENNETT & WELLER.
Wayeposs, : < ieoegiii.
feh ’-’7 v
11. V IS 7 1 > SaLE < >I? THIS
SELLING OFF AT COST.
j 1 announce to the public of Way cross and vicinity that until the 2f*th day «n
March I will sell mv entire stock, consisting of Dry Goods, Clothing, Shoes, Hats,
Caps and Gents Furnishing Gomls at COST, to make room for my .Spring Stock.
1 am going to New York some of these days for a Spring Stock, and 1 need
money, and to get it I have marked all the goral* in my store at cost, and if you
i need some goods come-and I’ll show you how goisl.* can Ik* sold cheap. Avail
1 yourself of this golden op|>ortunity, and come early, liefore the grand rush.
i RACKET STORE
A. LIPSHITZ, Proprietor.
Try our Two Dollar Ladies Shoes and |W%- Don’t Forget the Place.
Sharp’s Block, Plant Avenue.
NEXT TO THE WESTERN FURNITURE COMPANY,
W ay cross. : Georgia,
Persian Mulls, Figured,
Shantung Porgee, Figured,
Canton Crepe, Figured,
Elysee Stripes, Figured,
Indian Dimity, Figured,
Bedford Cords, Figured,
China Silks, all colors,
Crepe tie Chine, all colors,
India Mulls, (’ream, White and Black
Bargains in Leghorn lints, flowers and
South CMM pwmmJ ’*■'** «****'*(« t"*!* (“S®
j secure prompt conviction, and imjKising
Cleveland by a vote of 23. to 49. The j as shall secure most inr-
conv entnm was m the hands or the far- . flVt ^, nip ii ance w ith the law.
mers and the following resolutions were j 1; , iviieving in the doctrine of equal
**b*P^ : ..... , j nglr.s to all ami special itrivileges to
Wc see with displeasure anti appro- j noue wo demand-
iMndM that tho monfjr changt-ra of) Thatlho nalinnal leglalatiotl shall
Wall atrert have «, framed i« the fata.*
temple of IVnioertcy, and that they will ; „ 0IU . indus(n . , t 0J . . llf
try and force up»>n our party a candi-
date reprvsentii^, not the wishes ami *
of the state that he has loved sr» well.
The editor of The News further says
to the Tifton Gazette; that lie served
nearly two years in the confederate army
as a ltoy volunteer, that when Johnson
snrremlered he come home w ith a Bel-
nm7o Ui'n'd i ! !i "' ril V" J f ,<,r " “"' l ta,Ur " 1 s,,!t of
i gray, as the only mementoes aud rceom-
: jcuse of the days anti nights of hardship
that he had km
u *' 1 ' *” v I li. We denounce the present iui<iui- 717,'" T-T ’"V Vi x-
W^H-bmttg °f o« r people, bot th«r ..n , _ tariI r an ,| (Wmau ,| ,| u . re „,„v,l rf , ], l,c S?i tor ’? Th*-lurtl.cr
sMTtm* mZSL.'JK SSd! «*-*-* *** ,ui * *“ frora '
Cleveland mws not represent the unno- n ece**it'u-* 0 f j*,f c that the poor of onr
pirn of DeHtowntcy ;u taught fcy curl
«"*tlws «*•“»' ""'kn-ttut.! th,".. We f „ nllrr , k . mall ,| a justs:B .i
tVe tbcrt-ftwe mut rntr »lmnn |m.t«l | „ „ r a „ ra .;„ at „l ,„ x
agaiost the nomination of (.rover Clove- t f |lcniB ,^
land or any other candidate known t~
d. We lielu
bplit-vr.1to i«- ««««».". "■; M mud, „
ami at tire .ItctwtHm °f It all street, l>ut ■ ; n Uic Uao*rfthc p«.pW. «pl
w» .Ifmaml» ottrattodart-^yrer a .mu. | , lnt „l| n-.vnno,' v
«* '*»• rjefc * 0,, * , '- r *' lil '*‘ or fiU - ahall W limited t.. tlte “
•uui . .t ; ' .i . «d 1 he News
hus always been a Democrat, that
liis first ballot was cast for Gordon in
18»>S, when it required more nerve Jo he
a Dem«M*rat- than it d.ics now to enable
an irresponsible etUl*»r t.» besmirch the
eharaeter of an op|K.ncnt.
Tlu* article fnwt the Tifton Gazette
was eoj»ie*I into the Albany News and
Advertiser, aud eoiiiiueuded by that
( The News l»:t* tills to say : It argues ;
re jKs.rly f..r the justice of any cause •
an it bruriias neetssarv to utter inex- 1
Oxford Ties. They can’t he heat for the
Money. Every pair guaranteed.
C. C. GRACE & SON
. - |
4th Store in the Owens Block!
Hnsical Instruments of all Kinds—Small and Great.
J. K. WADLEY,
Will handle nothing but the Best Instruments. AH
the Best Makes. No Single Beed Organs in stock. Will i;
has less than two sets Reel* and good Walnut Cases.
i.v Instrument* are ol
t handle an Organ that
™ u - ..... , , j oi itie govemmint
W. J..I1 l».k uptm tlie ttora.itet.ou of t ;u u„u li ,.,^|.
cx-IWent CVwtaod. .r ftTted up°.. 111. tY,..U...;..,d ro.romI.IO..,. J . ,
•or l-rty !>>■ «*<*»"*> <*■*«*>«.•. I ro t u, iu the di.ndit.rn .dthe udhdnl :" Si,bK '
» pnwt.tuliol* of the pnttopk. of IV- j „ venn ,^ anil „,„. :a p. v ,a*^nt |.n
GUITARS OF ALL KINDS,
Banjos in Great Variety, Harmonicas in Quan-
liotii ol these the editor | tities,'Fifes, Flutes, Fageolets and Drums.
Musical Albums and Jewelry
«*"*!>«*••» •"'r*** ' *•“ h-tehnii like'. ..,».„.;.otl. , **«
uuud. of the firmer, oirteliee «h.ch ; „ r ux , m , Mr „ r , !h . Hilo:
embodies the true pnnetr “ r
racy, and a surrender of tl
.1 tax on our seiviun ui me uutou. v - , . , .. ■ . • _ - t
,, T , . - *. r News and Advertiser.; that thev knew
14. Therefore, in a spirit of mutual .
• \ , - * . _ , . thev were pubhslmn; iaUebood* when
Gazette and ihe Albany | My friends are irfvited to call and examine my Stock.
'*“• f £ cooeemioo, we otkr ,h* . ^ were pohlbhhy fi-Uehra^ when
the above, that •
I thl - v for ean.jalign purposes, j
Wefaicvc we xgien the •U*jm**** of ('^nnd modera- knowingly and wilfully-Thomasvi^
I.—. nre^rlK' rtf the white Voter* of I J N tU>.
pooplo^ to the fitte.tri.1 Hop of the . IVnu ,^„ ,. f thoy|te C =c y
the divine providence
i large majority of the white voters of i ^
■Guth Carolina when we assert that the 1
ii.ii i. tu of any Wall street candidate : Senator John S. Barliour, of Virginia,; work, li will pay you to w hi* LJg stock I
I create grave di^nti-facthm in the : died in M*ash«ngU*r«iirtfie 14* «»f heart j
“Money will A» vmwers'' at Owen's next !
" '*■ ‘ - see his Li; stuck I
AND SEWING MACHINES
' ON EASY PAYMENTS.
J. R. KNIGIIT,
1 tf ’ Wayeross, Ga.
South Georgia Bank of Waycro|s,
We l»ejr l<> aiiiitKimv t<» the-piihlir that we have added a
To onr Bank, in which we w ill receive deposit* from fl J® to W,Oi®. paying interest at the
rate of 4 per rent, thereon, per annum, wldeli will Ik* credited
FOUR TIMES A YEAR.
Namely. January Js», April 1st, July 1st and October l*t
Save Your Spare Dimes
For a rainy day. and put them wlterc they will Ik* safe and earning yon something.
C. Grace, Miles Albertson, Warren Lott, J. K. Bailey,
II. Xnrphy, Lemuel Johnson, J. E. Wadley.
Deposit* received every day during Banking Hours, and Satunlaya from C to
». m.. and tire 16th and 17th of each month for one honr in Oh* evening—fl to 7 p. m.
! CASONT cfe 3VIILEER.
! Groceries, Hay, Grain, Flour and Butter are
| - Specialties.
[Court House Square. Waycross, Georgia