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GIBSOâ€“, GA<, Sept. jgIII— 16, 4892
Where he leads we will follow.
Democracy in Glascock is im
Dont mind What they Bay jttet
beep right on Working.
Washington ebunty Will be grot
ty apt to gb fbr Black.
Peek will be beaten for governor
abuot ninety thousand majority.
The Gibson Record is Working
for Black and democracy
Black is gaining ground every day.
A blind man can almost see that.
Prospects a,re daily brightenning this
for democratic success in dis
It is hot statesmanlike for Mr.
Watson to denounce people as “in
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Four states have acte . Two
went democratic and two. republi
can, where was the third party?
The young democrats pf the tenth
tee doing yaluable work for the
grand cause of democracy.
Major Black is an able and elo
quent speaker. He can out meas
ure Mr, WatsOn.in every particu
lar even in looks. ,
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Major . Black and Mr. W utipon are
hers^al will friends, not render and eyen theih . oth- this
on? labored harder for Mr.
Watson ,two .years ago than the ,1 ed
itor pf this,paper, apd we would do
lha same now if we thought he
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^fessrS Ma series of jointidpbales and between
Watsoh Black ended it
thoinson yesterday. Both speakers
did all in their power for their
respective partjes. lt t. -
The joint del bate" in A1 LUgustalast
Monday night between Messrs .Wat
son and Blackj Was â€“ terrible affair;
The third party ites and also the
democrats acted disgracefully;
There are 950 white voters in
Grden county, andin the Greensbo
ro democratic club alone there are
650 solid demobrata on the roll.
Some say this paper abuses Mr.
Watson. That is not true, we have
never written an article abusing Mr.
Watson. Personally we admire the
Mr. Watson’s tirades of abuse up
on his" neighbors, kinfolks and
friends, and his wild advise to the
colored people are doing both white
and colored more damage than will
"be repaired in years to come.
Arrangements^ been conlplet
ed where by excursion, trains to the
world’s fair, by whatever road they
arrive in Chicago, will riin
within the exposition grounds and
LD>T'Harge their ’ passengers there.
No transfer, of passengers at any
point will be necessary.
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J The Augusta Evening News has
frequently heard of late that Mr. La
imar L. Flemming will be the ne3C t
mayor ot Augusta; He is popular
with old and youtig alike and would
be a sure winner; He is an aggres
isive and progressive young man
Who keeps ,ahreftst of the tim<r8 ‘.
and would make an excellent chief
nacuUvo fof thd city.
p. 'SISTwAX^m —
He Curses and Hits A Hancock Dem
Congressman Thos. E. Watson
gave a free exhibition of himself
yesterday as a prize ring fighter in
one of the Georgia Railroad pas
H3 jumped a Hancock county
democrat who stated he had deser*
ted the old party, hit him twice,
onc e in the back of the head and
then again under the left eye, at
the game time stating, as^told by
an eye witness^ he Was “a God
damned liar,” and [by his show of
temper nearly [frightened ithe la
dies into a panic andcaused one to
go into a panic ahd cafised oh6 to
go into hysterics.
This was the sensational theme
of discussion in nearly every por
tion of the fcity late yesterday af
ternoon apd last night. The Story
comes from gentlemen who were
eye witnesses of the affair and who
in unmistakable language, con
demned Mr.) Watson for using the
language he [did and showing his
temper in a pugilistic manner be
fore a coach full of ladies.
The afternoon train bn the Geor
gia road which arrived in the pity
at 4,; 15, brought down a delegation
of democrats, about four hundred
in number, the majority of which
came [from Sparta. Among the
delegation was Mr.. Frank
Jordari, a farmer of Hancock
county. When the triin reached
Thomson, Mr. Watson got on and
weht into the ladies coach,
there was a great amoufat of
o going on and among
those out Jordan. on the platform, yelling
was Mr.' When the train
started the-.crowd, upidejj that is those who
could M^.JordinjB get- aLdiji
Black; the democratic Waflp> uaHi sold
“Ypuaje a G-d dainn liar, 1” ex
claimed Mr; Watson* and with this
th,e nimble Congressman sprang to
his; ,feet and dealt Mr. Jordan a
blow ithe oq the hfcCfc hf th'^hehd, As
Happock mjm [faepd [about to
see who struck him; he gpt anoth
jab under the left eye fr,om ithe
cobgressman, who by this time had
ire thoroughly aroused', and was
going in for the third round with
much alacrity as the first, but by
time other gentlemen in the
car interfered, and gpt between the
and had them , parted before
Mr. Jordan could get in a coun
terl * .i ' »»
Pandemonlum reigned supreme
in the car. Ladies began scream
and excited men rushed in from
the other cars and everybody was
force to get as near the
as possible. Ope lady had
hysterics, and there was intense
'"Cooler heads,"however, 1 came to
the ffont and finally got matters
. Mr. Jordan was sben after the
tram reached the city, and be
stated he was very sorry the fuss
occurred where it did. He did not
know that Mr. Watsbn waB in the
car, he said* when he entered cheer
ing as he ahd the crowd had been
doing while on the dutside. The
statement he made in reference to
Mr; Watson, Was true, however,
and he is willing to repeat it at
any time. Mr. Watson [struck him
from the rear and when he turned
to see who hit hmq he was struck
second time. . ,
He could baye struck Mr. Watsoh
but whs afraid m the fuss that
^ bpUise d place
under-his left eye, the result of Mr.
Watson’s Second blow.—Augusta
Monday morning the 9 o'clock
incoming pasâ€“Ager train on the
Augusta, Gibson and Sandersville
railroad, jugfas it reached the limits
of the city, rani over and killed Lu
la Bailey, colored, 18 y^krs of age.
The unfortunate victim ofche Bad
accident was deaf, and to this was
due moe fy her awful end.
She was walking on the track of
the Narrow guage road, coming to
get some Washing to cairy back to
her mother when the train, in charge
of Engineer Williams, came in
sight. When Engineer Williams
saw the girl he gave the customary
signal of warning, thinking that the
girl would leave the track when she
heard the Waffling. Being deaf, of
course she did not hear the Whistle
or the bell, and just |as she was in
front of the barrel factory she was
struck by the train.
When the cowcatchef Struck her
she fell backwards. Her head struck
the pilot and she was throWh into the
airmailing on the right of the
track. The train was stopped and
the cfbw, with conductor Reaney,
rushed forward, picked the girl up
and put her in the baggage car, at
the same time a physician was sent
The girl’s head was cut and her
skull cracked. Her body was hot
injured in hny way. When the
train reached the yard of the t'har
lott, Coluihbia and Augusta railroad
Lula Bailey breathed her last before
the doctor could arrive.—Augusta
Northen Is The Man.
The colored people recognize in
Governor Northen a friend ahd they
are sheading last out for of him the every Bej " ay.
The issue japeJ e’s
Choice, tblfi SavAVihi^ A'colored man’s 118
ran ox anw^ver
From nor since aj; ovpr Governor the state woAre x Steph^is.
ving encouraging news that tlie
colored people are going to support
Let the good Work go, on and
show to the governor that we are
people when they who appreciate done for gohd Us. things
colored are Some
few papers in the state are
fighting him, but we hope will our ea
see rned contemporaries soon see
them error and turn over . on, the
side of right. Let the minister, tea-'
chers and every colored man in the
state who loves education, law and
order stand for the governor.
lyes paiop fibb.
•^. Chronicle Office
-^VEHICLES OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS^*
Ext e n si ot Top Car r i a g e s - %’
Backboards, One .it*
Different Grades ahd Styles, Sanies of All Kinds, Buggies, Road Carts, Sulkies, tw'
i ‘ Horse Farm Wagons Tyrpehtine and Lumber;Wagons. r r
We Sell Everything On Wheels
From the) Cheapest Road .Car rndFaim Wagon to the Finest "Landau and Vfctmia Made.
....... We Recently Bought rt ,
A targe amour.t of the bankrupT etock of Goodyear, ^and^an give our friends and the public the benefit of th:
w See Our Goods andlPriCes Before BMug
". * DAViSON
MERY Augusts. f ■tkr .T'
44 Broad St.,
Slight of Hand BARGAINS.
A That’s Tfje Kind
of bargains you read of are, surely.
| They ments, look but all you right find in the out advertise- there
V is a screw loose somewhere''
The bargain is not a
7 bargain at all.
PRICES â€“ You already
^ 'SQUARE ® don’t
»1 Bort of athing
When W6 say bargain
IT IS A B-A-K-G-A-I-N.
For instant we ha>e now tt lot [of j TWILLED DRESS [OOD at
sets. Worth 8 e,
Our HATS and MlLLINAIi\ r £GOODS are fiqw offefed at 1
and as oar prices arfe always way below of What others
ask, you know it means *A BARGAIN
C. J. T. BALI
624 Broad Street, a . Augusta, Gas
Pendleton PouftdrY* Marine Works
CHARLES F. LOMBARD, Prop.
-MANUFACTURER OFJand DEALER IN- -
Mill Machinery} EngineB and Supplies.
REPA1P WORK A SPECIA TI.
Good Work ahd Low prices is hiy footto.
^ m*6l5 to 627 Kollock (llthj Strebt,”
AUG tJStA GEORG1
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0 LOTHIKGJTD^BE DEPENDED ON
0LOTHING THAvT WON’T RIP,
Ifll,OTHING^THAT AI WILL KEEP COLOR,
0LOTHING— -CORRECT STYLES
For > [Men. Boys, "children, Stsut Men, $lim Men, every
T shape) and sifce man and}* boy can ie /bund
at’the Tailor-Fit .Clothing Store of
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338 Broad Street, Augusta