man, the doctrine of the fatherhood of
God and the universal brotherhood of
man. This means purity in politic*, pu
rity in church, purity in our laws and
above all. purity in our home*. Not
that our home* are not nure now, not
that our land is not now full of right
eous men and women, but that it will
bring to every department of life more
purity, it will drive out that spirit of in
tolerance and persecution that has al-
ways opposed every step in human prog
ress since history began. That spirit that
Reveled in martyrs blood In olden time*
wKiU alive to-day, but it has changed
its manner at attack and now instead of
canning blood te flow in rivers of gore it
jgjttka character with falsehood and
g|§^^^to^atiwr.4. The Alliance ha- a
h UIh’ £.30. WJ.OO «nd f 1.73 Am
SSki ar»tb*b««tfln*PongPta. «ylUh sad dnrsJ
CuiIm.-6m »a*t w. L Dwlu' U1M <
fries sr« ataxapedoatbe bottom ufcachtbo*.
m-TAKE KO gpMTITl'Tt^i
Inmti on lorsl sd^mlard dealer* •nppljriujw
V. 1~ INH/tiUS Urockln, Ma»». Sold
FOR SALE BY
The cures which are lteing effectedby Drs.
Starkey A Palcn.l.’>29 An h St..Philadelphia
l*a„ in <V>tL«amptfcm. Catarrh. Neuralgia
Bronchith*. Rheumatism, and all chronic
disca-cr*. hr their Compound Oxygen Treat
ment. are indeed marvelous.
If you are a sufferer from any disease
which your physician lias failed to cure,
write fur information about this treatment,
an.! tlu-ir book of 200 pages, giving a history
of Compound Oxygen, its nature and effects,
with numerous testimonials from patients,
to whom you may refer for still farther in
formation. will be promptly sent, without
This book, aside from its great merit as a
medical work, giving, as it does, the result
of years of study and experience, you will
find a very interesting one.
Drs. STARKEY &PALEN,
ISD Airh SL. PhiUddpIua. P«.
130 Sntt«- St. S.n PranciMV. Cht
Pkue mention tlm paper. >pf3Mm
H AVING added all necessary Machinery to our shop, we
are now prepared to do all hinds of casting, repairing
and general work on Locomotives.
We also carry in stock Stationary and Saw Mills, Piping,
Belting, Pulleys, Hangers and Brass Cocksof all kinds. We
make a specialty of
AVLLLIt CONVENIENT TRUNK
rn iv EVER DEVISED.
I I\AI The Tray is arranged
rnnmn/ to roll back, leaving the
rRUNK ^3^ Tmok
Nothing to break or get out of order. The
‘ray can be lifted out If desired, and to buy
us style b a guarantee that you will get the
longest Trunk made.
If your Dealer cannot furnish you, notify the
has ever yet perceived, and church and
State, and borne and hearts will purer be
where it baa done its work, and when it
dies the world will die and time will be
Syrup Mills and Kettles.
Bndinfi, dull Wire county be one
of tbe dr.d branehm that will hare to
b.cutoffoflhe Alliance tree? Domot
ALL WORK GUARANTEED,
FARM AND ALLIANCE.
E. H. CRAWLEY, Sr.
This department is devoted to the interests
of the Farmers Alliance and rural affairs.
The opinion* expressed may not in some in
stance conform to the view* oftho Hsnau.
Tb* Alliance l* a substantial and apparently
enduring Institution, which b doe the care-
fa! consideration of all thoughtful men.
N ahun ta.
film W all M
3.V-U 3>sl2 13]
T. B. Voiton. Itr.Ulmt; H. C. Willtom*.
Vk-1'r^id.nt: 1. J. Wilkimon. :
J O. Clough, Treasurer; Rev. Thompson,
Chaplain; W. V. Hamilton. Lecturer; H. L.
Bishop, Assistant Lecturer; M. J. Mock.
Door Keeper; D. Todd. Assistant Door
Keeper; H. F. Miller. Sergeant-at-arms.
Poit office Waycroe*.
H. C.Williams, President; S. I* Bishop.
Vice-President; .F. H.C. Johns. HecreUry;
J. <J. Clough, Treasurer; J. M. Freeman;
Chaplain; M. J. Mock. Door Keeper: C. !>..
Todd, Assistant Door Keeper; T. It. Morton,
WaycroM Sub-Alliance meets in Vtay-
,TO>m the 4th Saturday in each month "* *"
The Satilla Alliance meets semi-monthly
on the Saturday before the second ar, *
fourth Sunday in each month.
J. J. Davis. O. F. Bsoxto*.
Has he indeed ceased to be, and will
his burning words of eloquent patriot
ism never more be heard in all the land 7
Ah, yes! Col. Polk is dead! He has
gone into that long dreamless sleep from
which no one has ever yet awakened to
tell the world how full of rest it is. From
the humble cabin in the sunny South
land, where dwells licneath the murmur
ing pines or sighing hemlocks, the crip
pled veteran who wore the gray and
fought beneath the stars and bars for
what lie thought was right and just,
there comes a mournful sigh and falls
an honest tear, while far nway toward
the western sun on fertile plain or rocky
mountain side, where dwells the maimed
Yankee boy who wore the blue and
fought lieucath the stars and stripes to
preserve the glorious union of the .States,
a bead is bowed in grief as if a corjwe of
his own flesh and blood lay in his hum
These foes who once, with dauntless
courage stood before the deadly cannon’s
mouth and fought each other fearlessly
with fires of bitter hatred burning, and
heartless enmity, are now bowed down
beueatli a common grief before the bier
of their matchless chieftain. Others
have done much to wipe out the bitter
hatred between the victorious North and
dauntless South, and in his life
departed l*re»ident has done a noble
part, but it is in death that he has ac
complished most, Wfause in life v<
loved him so, ami now, with a common
grief we bow as mourners of one family
and realize as never before that
Yea, true it is that the last great
change has come and laid our chieftain
low, but like the “old independence
bell” that first tolled forth the glad re
frain of freedom for our nation, though
broken now and silent too, “yet the
spirit it awakened still lives forever
young.” And so with Folk, though laid
to rest, yet in our hearts he live#, and
living there forevermore he will lead
on to victory and the principle* that he
taught us all to love so well shall tri
umph over plutocratic rule, and rich and
poor, and high and low, shall driuk alike
at Freedom,s spring and ever bless the
man who taught us how to love and not
to hate. S. L. Bishop.
Way cross, (la., June 12th, 1892.
Political parties may rise and fall,
great syndicate* may organize and con
trol legislation in the future as they
have done in the past. Financial erbeis
may bring wreck and ruin to the busi-
ness interest* of the entire country, but
the Alliance must and will live on and
grow and prosper through it all. Per
sonal difficulties or other local causes
may cause sub-Alliancea or county Alli
ance* to grow discouraged anti disband,
but the great order will not stop to
tuourn because some of her weak
branches have not the courage and
love of truth to keep up with her onward
march. The Alliance will always live,
because her principles are founded upon
the eternal rock of justice. They mean
for the world a fuller realization than it
haa yet dreamed of, of the doctrine
taught by the lowly Nazarene—the doc
trine r* ~ •* ’ *" ‘
think that because yon have had local
disputes and the interest bar grown cold
in this little corner of the country that
the order is going to disband just be
cause you have quit it. If any one
thinks that, his egotism is certainly equal
to that of the ancient kings who thought
themselves were God. The Alliance is
eternal because it is founded upon truth,
and a house built upon a rock cannot
fall. If you have believed the slanders
and lies of the enemy about our noble
order, or have fallen away because some
one has told you that some brother dif
fered from you in politics, you should re
pent in sackcloth and ashes and beg on
your knees to be taken back, for if you
stay away you are the looser and not the
Alliauce. The world will still move on
when you are dead, whether you think
so or not, and if you l>ackslide from the
Alliance it will not miss you much more
than your death will stop the world
from moving. It is an honor to you
that you are counted worthy of admission
into the order ami not an honor to the
Alliance that you condescended to join
it and then because some enemy told
you a pack of falsehoods and you back
st us have a grand reunion ou the
fourth of July. I^et us come together
and talk over our differences as brethren
should and build the Alliance up and
strengthen it on every hand. Kcmemlier
that our noble order is still the only
thing that is between our homes and
slavery, and we of Ware county cannot
afford to let the cause decline. The Al
liance can get along without us. In
cannot afford to do without it.
[CK AND WESTERN RAILWAY.
In Effect April 24th, 1892.
[Subject to Change Without Notice.]
From Brunswick to Albany. From Albany to Brunswick.
Mad downwabo. mad vpw vkd
The coming quarterly meeting of the
Alliance will be the most important one
of the entire year. Let there Ik? a full
representation from all over the county.
The Ware county meeting has l*een ap-
I>ointed for July the fourth, and it is
hoped that no sub in the county will fail
to be represented. Remember that tin
Alliance lias not and cau not become i
l»olitica] party, and whether you are i
Democrat, a Republican or People':
party man you have just as much right
in the Alliance as you ever had. 1^
its stick to our beloved order and our sj
cred principles no difference how widely
we mav differ in methods.
Brethren, remember your obligati
and do not fall out with one auotber be
cause you cannot agree on political par
ties. Remember that we are brethren
and should treat each other with perfect
fairness, and above all things we should
never condemn any brother, no differ
ence who he is or where he comes from,
without a fair ami impartial hearing.
We accord this just right to the meanest
criminal; then ui>oii what grounds c
we justify ourselves if we condemn <
brother without even giving him
chance to explain his poaition 1
The Waycross suh-AUiance will meet
on Saturday the 25th. Let there be a
full attendance on that day, as it i
day for the election of officers foi
coming Alliance year, and also for the
appointment of delegates to the next
county meeting on July the 4th.
Delinquent members of the order who
wish to be reinstated should notify the
Secretary of the sub where they last be
longed so that the matter can be brought
before the coming June meeting,
should l»e remembered that under the
new rulings all delinquent members
must receive a two-thirds vote of all the
members present at any regular meeting
of the Alliance before they can be re
ceived back into, the order in good
Why Th* American Cultivator Think*
That Ute Thrashing X* Safest.
The advent of horse power and steam
thrashing machines haa nearly every
where been signalized by increasing ear-
linesa in getting grain out of the straw.
Why fanners who are in no hurry to
•ell should want to thrash directly after
harvest haa always been a puzzle to ns.
We suspect it is not the farmers who
are hurried. It is the army of traveling
thrashing machine owners, each in
search of a job. When they get one it
is a signal for all the farmers in the
neighborhood to follow. As the owner
of the machine seductively puts the
case, "he may not be around again until
▼ery late. It is better to thrash while
Ill any other city in Georgia,
and at as low rates.
We Use The Best ot Stock.
Anything in the
VI4IT1NC CARD TO A POSTER
neatly ana at City Prices.
Don’t send out of town to
have your Wedding Invita
tions engraved, we can print
them right here and save you
No. 3. No. 1.
No. 2. No. 4.
Dailv j Daily
Ip. m. a. m.
>s 7 45* 7 20
P. M.1A. M.
Furniture, Stoves, Dry Goods, Notions,
ALSO A -"Mn.ETK LINK OF
SHOES, HATS, CROCKERY AND HARDWARE.
.» I dfsin- to K»v,- tho people the benefit of my cash tra.lc. all Furniture ami
-will be solrl low <lon n for cash. Parties doeiring to purchase these prods
o well to state that they intend to pay cash, so as to prt the benefit of C«»h
Court lloiiMC £i<iua i*e.
J. A. McDuffie,
. Pass. Agent.
A. G. I*.;
Geo. W. Haines
Fine Jon Printing.
Buy THE ALPINE SAFE
«... And Save .Money.
The Cheapest on the Market
J. II. DEEX, General Agent,
jne n-im BAXLEY, GEORGIA.
Just West of and adjoining the City and S. P.
& W. Railway.
Can get a
HOME LOT OR SMALL FARM.
ONLY ONE DOLLAR PER MONTH
ITntil August 1st I will offer a choice of
locations to those applying.
1000 Acres Laid Out in Lots, Blocks and Streets.
Size of Lots from % Acre to One Acre.
Farm BlocRs from 7 to 14 Aoros.
Western Furniture Co.
BABY ENJOYS SOLD C0HF0BT HT
“PATENT PALACE SLEZTINQ COACH.”
AN INTERESTING EVENT
Five Dollars cash and one dollar per month for
twenty-five months, or $25 cash, will pay
for one lot or one acre.
Waycross has grown nearly 700 per cent, in ten years,
and is now growing despite hard times. A like increase for
the next ten years will increase the value of this land 1000
Two factories will be located on this laud at no distant day.
For a small Truck or Fruit Farm, or for growing Tobacco,
this land is unsurpassed in this locality.
If you want the land cleared, fenced and planted, ill fruit a
contract cau Ire made at lowest terms.
Remember this offer is good only to August 1 st. Prices
will be advanced after that date.
Apply at Herald Office from 9 to 12 a. m.
< )Fsi (:ci-:ss i x fruitgik >w i n« istou kt
Good Fruit Trees from Reliable Dealers.
|THE CHEROKEEE PARfyl AND
Have a Half a Million of the 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-iy
R. B. KEENE,
Plumbing, Gas Fitting,
TIN. SHEET IRON AND COPPER WORK.
STEAM FITTING A SPECIALTY.
TIN ROOFING AND JOB WORK.
Piimp,s, I’ipe, S*Steju»», (in*
stud Water Fitting.
Wells Driven at Short Notice, and Every Well
Plant Avenue, Near Canal
We are opening up the best selected| stock of Hours, Sugars, Meats, l-’erris
Meats, Can Goods, Coffees. Teas, Pice. Hams, Breakfast Bacon, and everything
First Class firocery Store.jJ. V. NORTON,
DRY GOODS, SHOES AND HATSL
The Largest Stock in this Marked
LADIES SLIPPERS & HOS<By
Call and Examine the Dress Goods Department.
fi b “7-31.1
At Price* never before named in Wa
our goods and get our price*.
Open to the Public.
TERMS SPOT CASH.
Credit. We Don’t Keep It.
: Prices Paid for Country Prodnce.
’ & BENNETT,
“ **’ — V
' raay-i ,tf
GILLON & HUDSON,
FOUNDERS AND MACHINISTS,
(WAYCROSS IRON WORKS,)
Waycross, .... Georgia,