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■ 4KHONT UHOVft Gi.. JULY 8, 1994.
IpO .Ut|is BEBifteSM ' !
Pg f j
areiji the iast tiitrh amj it
untihhe Ist We lutsfhv in Oe
t 1 t*r next toGiwf thfrt they will have
a Hard afrnggJe to rise when Gabriel
fi'ows liis hern. For •tTeef tliey are
circulating thu report that some of
the citizens, or a great, many have
changed a-d wifi vote with Lite } par
ty. I his, hfce most of (lie other gusli
aad rot they are talking is untrue and
circulated for the purpose of try ing to
influence people to join them. There
in iot hut iir populists in Ilrrmnny
Grove and they were populist In 180‘2
<u puncipfe it no in vote. Whenev
er the people of this place go off af
ter demsrg gin** and -w 1 1 ? foolish gods
von can make arrangements for the
mUleimimn. They are men who have
made what they nave got hv hard
earned licks and-economical living;
men who believe that vv hat he works
for i ightfully liHloivgf'Tb him and his,
amlNriili never he found with a party
who.te w hole ambit ion is t.<> pull down
fomc one else to upbuild himself.
The paper that claims jto. I.e
democratic in principle and opera
its colums for anyopo who sees ff
t* denounce me ft who advocate
the principles oi domocracy are
no litt.or than a populist paper.
Hon. Milton A. Candler, of De-
Kalb county, has-entered the race
against Leonid** LivfngfitoD for
f’ongr'essmau in the sth Cougres
iional district- Candler is a
straight democrat, while Lou is a
free silver - or an A ilia nco democrat
or anythhrg lee that he thinks j
will catch- vqitos, ff Candler don’t i
heat Rim "he’ll most-”
Hon. Henry G-. Turners speech
delivered under the aifspicis of
C'lmmbe*B-of Commerce, of Atlanta,
was a democratic Hpppo-h rn every
sense of the word, regardless of
wlust soft such democrats might
think. He preached democratic
dfwti ine pwt and simple. He fully
rxoulnjrporevF the democratfc House
and Sttiate tpom Hie infamous
eliargcs male agisinst them hv policy
neswspapvrs and an'i'adiuinjstra
tt'Jiiists. 'l'irrner will he next U. S.
Senator from Georgia.
Aii overwhelming may rffy of the
democratic voters of Georgia sav At
kinson is the man-to lead the fight
i*r democracy. Other democrats
will have to tight tor him or fight
for Judgs Iljnes, tire populist candi
date. f'he October election will
show whether they were tigiifi ig for
Evans or the democratic party.
W ivy vomhftue third party prefer
lion, W , \ . At.km>on- for governor
pi preference to Get). Kvan.s, when
A tkiosow hard tough* them and
shipped them in 1892 l*v sevem.\%oue
fh yusaml majority.
It is said that an affk Atkinson
club nas heen organised hi tire < i v
of Atlanta to s ipjvort .fudge 1 fines in
preferene* to tire demov.a'tie rvornhiee
tlon. W. Atkinson-. Any man
who wifi support Hares hr preference
tw*the i* j*o democrat and
should not have been allowed to vote ’
til the primary.
Ihe populist say the govei nnteni
i.M bankrupt, and yet Slrev rdf advo- !
cate tin* financial jmliev of saddling !
the debt upon tire jreople <>f Inning!
Up all the railroads, telegraph: and
The next thing yon hear from fire
yopu istClrey wi*i nut a pliutk-hi (heir I
platform So- bay ttp all the horses
•nd plows ami ptow them hi the in
terest of the people, lire re would
he jjust as HMich propriety ib such a
ivliem* nir-shasi w in condemning
Doiat he fooled by the populist
telling you* that Cf®y have- got the
world by the tail and noth nig to do
Kutto-shake it. They tokfc von* the
same t-long in fs
of Jackson- < om*f.y
■will have a graflitf rally at Apple Vsf -
4ev Saturday July 7th.
Some ©f our exchange# seem to j
think that the 3rd party wanted At
kinson for goyci-iior. They have
got-a good eve on them for govern
or. They appreciate a man who has.
worked for the principle he believes'
to be right, and uoii’t believe in Hon
©ring men that have never done an v
thiirg for his pnrty until he wants
. them to triv him an oiiiea.
It May Do a* Much for You-
Mr. Fed Miller, of Irving. Ilf.
write- tb u he had a Severe Kidney
trouble for many with severe
pains in his hack and also that his
nlaudei was clioctdU. He tried many
he began u-e of Electric Bitters an 1
found relief at once. Electric Bitter-:
especially adapted in cure of tili Kid
ey and Liver troubles and often
gives almost in-taut relief. One trial:
will prove our st •lenient. Price on- !
ly otic, for large bottles At, Dr. L.
f. Sha: p & Hro’s Drug Store.
There will be a picnic at Homer
Hon.’ \V. A’. Atkinson’s sound
democracy and his record in the past
elected him as the next nominee of
the Democratic party in Georgia for
j SOURCE OF INSPIRATION
ii on. W. V. Atkinson's great vie
t try should bean insjiiration to every
de owing young m?n, who is trying
to i ake something out of himself—
to lea nong men.
A few years ago Mr. Aikinson set
out with no bettetr advantage and
under no better auspicious circtun
-stanecs than do most boys, to go u>
the top round of the ladder, and he
G making most excellent progress.
The storv of hi 5 having been a
wagon hoy i* not a campaign mvlli,
lie it said to his credit, but hi I h<-
been content with that he would
never have risen higher.
He had an honahle amhitition to
be foremost amodg the priminent
men of this reel ion. and soon there
will be conferred upon him the high
est gityin theqpower of the sovergin
people of the Empire State of the
When he began the race for gov
ernor, it seemed that he was enter
ing into almost unsufmouniable
A citizen of the capital of the State,
apparently hacked in his eamlidaney
by two.ot the most powerful pohth
eal agencies in the State, and with
four large daily papers championing
his cause, had already been a candi
date for sometime, and it whs con
fidently asserted that, there was a
popular uprising in hi-s favor and
demand for ho candidacy.
But the brilliant young candi
date from Cowetn was not u stran
ger to t.lf** people.
They had seen him. while Ino
was chairman of the Democratic
executive committee, do ihe work
he had fn hand faithfully and
earnestly: they had seen him car
ry the standard of Dtqpooracy in
to every town and every hamlet,
and light, the watch-fires of Dem
ocracy into every hill-ton in Geor
gia ; they were convinced of hi*
: ability when after his' brilliant
leadership, thJ>aU!o was fought,
and at the close of that memora
ble day in IB9d, the flag of Dem
ocracy kept watch over the field ;
they had heard his name upon nl
: most every lip when Democracy
sent up a eli! ut of victory from
Nie-a-jaek to Tybee Light; they
know his merit-
And it. was the recognition of
, his merit that won the victory for
him over almost insurmountable
| obstacles. ♦
The people love and honor Gen.
Evans and feel that Hie recogni
i tion accorded his abilities and
[merit, as a soldier and a minister
! has been just and right.
To every aspiring young man.
Mr. Atkinson’s victory should -he
an inspiration.— Columbus Ledger.
The populist nominated Mr. Tims',
jS. Johnson for Senator of the 33d
Senatorial Dist. and Messrs. George
Bennett and Frank Sell for Repres
entatives in a mass- meeting a Jeffer
i -*oir July 4th.
We returiro 1 fgliife form Ho
mer Wednesday to give any notice
of the meeting of the colored people
of Banks- J rely 4th, Wtfi give a
1 sketch nex-t week,
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i-'rooi our rtigular s>rrespondent<
Wasuim.eon, june 2bth. 1894.
Chairman Wit on, ff liic House
Ways and Means coininiuee, is on
hand, apparently c unuie ely restor
cti to luath, read / to take charge o 1 ;
the tariff hiU a-s s on a it gets t a.-k
!o the Hothte. I/ke tii • skdlful coni
nnnder lie has sli \ n hin self to be
Mr. \Vil on dc lines l<> ‘pi Idiclv ox
pica- his own op nioir if the Scnan
amcmhic'ii'is'lo the 1.411 or to sa\
wii.it he think- nili be the result <>t
the conference on thvsc aincndiiiPii 1 -.
Whatever po-il o.iTßvcn by the c, n
f rces on the part of the lb use. who
Virk,-hb headed by Chair
man Wilson, will he the re nil oi
mature ion d<lei ation on the part *>t
Speaker Cnap and the Dadicg demo
crats of the House, wifii wh m Mr.
Wilma has been in aJmo.-t constant
commltation since liis return t<.
Wa-iiingt n. i'iie one pr- mitumt
detnocrat who has been entirely it-fi
out of these consuitat'mn is Fie-ideii
(Teveland, and he has been left ut
in accordance with bis own wish a-
He. does nut. wi ll t have it sud
that he took sides with either the
II .use or Senate >n what mv be a
quickly settled friend!v cobtroversv
or tnay develop into a bitter wran
g!e However, ii > one who is at ail
familiar with President Cleveland’s
public utterance, not to mention his
private conve sa ions, on the tariff
question, can have any doubt as t
which of the two—the original Wh
son bill or the amended .Senate bill
—lie prefers. There are good iea
sons. for the belief that the democrats
of ihe House will stan lup for the
o.iginal Wilson bill, and it ean be
set down as certa n that the pr tec
tion amenduieiits of the Senate wi 1
nevor be accepted in their present
-hape There is t o longer any talk
of even an attempt being made to
hive the House agio !o all <T
tlie Sen ite amendmenls in bulk.
There never was a’ Y foundation for
su- h talk.’beyond the imagma’i ns of
some people who would like, to
see the mutter dispos and of in that
'Lhe Georgians ?:i Congress me
beginning to get somewhat worked
up over the election of a Senator to
si.cored Mr. Walsh. Wlum Speaker
(Vi p declined the proffered app< itit
ment to iill the tmexpirtul term of
the late senator C.lqui't, it- was
generally supposed that he thereby
s-cuied wiiat the buys call “a lead
pipe cinch” on the full to. m, al
though it was then known that. Rep
resentative Turner would probably
be a candidate. Several days, ago,
however. Senator Walsh made a
manly aunnuiu e nent of his candi
dacy. Speaker Crisp has hot indi
cated whether he \v li be a candidate
or not, and one of his closest person
al-friends has just assured me that
Mr. Ctisp has not yet decided the
Two New York bankers of prom
inence had aa evperk-nhe in Wash
ington several years ago that will
probably make them m u-e careful in
the future ab mt believing every
statement they see in tlie newspa
pea sof ili ' class which make prac
tice of printing the sensation first
and ascertaining its truthfulness af
terwards. A newspaper of this class
had a -t ry to the clTect tint the
President would glad! , i-s e another
sbo,C.ou,('tui, of bonds if he were
ceitain they could be placed without
trouble. Titcse two bankers tilled
with patriotism and a desire t<> prof
itably invest tlie nnmy of their cus
tomers came at once to Washington
an 1 went to the White House, where
tin y prom e led to surprise President
Cleveland by offering to take that
entire bond issue. Mr. Cleveland
assured them that time was not the
slightest foundation for the bond
issue story; that the administration
had not cont cinp ed a"y furl her issue
of bonds and that there was no re a
son in anything ii \v known to ex
pect that there wotil 1 be :mv n >ce *
sitv for the question to lie considered
at, any time iq the fiifme. Surely
that ought to lie sulheient to settle
the matter, but all tin* same that
bond issue story will .• >; t ime to be
printed in one frm or anot'ier, as it
lias been fr,on time to time, by tho.-e
w ho know it fals’t -.
Sena’or Ilariis’s programme has
so often been upset and changed in
cn cumstanccs over which he no cm -
(to! that he deserves great credit for
not ha ing b>st li ‘art entirely before
now. It is liis present inleriti.m if
the final vote on the la iff bill be not
reached cfn Tuesd ly to c.-mpel the
Senate to hold a ses-ion of life Sen
ate on the Fourth of July,
but, of course, it ail de
pemD on the vote of the Senate as
to whether bp intention can be ear
ned out. In the absence of a unani
mous agreement as to when the final
vote shall be taked there is nothing
iti the rules of the Senate to prevent
a Senator getting the floor and speak
ing the rest of the week, if so dispos
•:. Senator Aldrich; who has been
the leader of the republicans j u il )e
tariff said ibis morning that so
far as lie knew no republican Sena
tors would make another set, speech
on the bill and that he saw no reason
why a vote could not, be reached
s nne time Tuesday No good rea on
existed that prevented a vote being
reached long ago. but we afl
know that it hasn’t been reached.
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