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THURSDAY, JINK 13, 108!.
While in life we arc in the
The editorial gang are getting down
to work since theii return from the
Members of the legislature will soon
be packing their grips and heading
for the new capital in Atlanta.
South Carolina has produced a
Wool folk, on a small scale. The man
cut the throats of his wife and two
We’ll Get There.
That the South is the coming sec
tion of this great country, is now
very gcnera'ly conceded. The A\ cst
is filling up with communists, social
ists and anarchists, the worst scum of
the old world, while New England
seems to have reached her zenith, at
least she is not making the progress
which has characterized her thrifty
people in the past. Her young men
are leaving the rocky hills, while
many of her manufactors arc being
transferred to the South. Tli^ purest
and best developed specimens of the
Anglo-Saxon race will he found in
the South. It is, in fact, here al
ready. The Manufacturers' Record,
in discussing the future of the South,
The south oilers the most inviting
field in the world for the display ol
eneriry and enterprise lor men ot ge
nius, whether in the buildingof g iant
manufacturing plants, the develop
ment of great railroad systems, or the
utilization of all the foices of nature
for the enrichment and improvement
of a country.
It is a remarkable condition of af
fairs which confronts the people of
this country at the present. The
South, the most liberally endowed
country by nature in the world, en
joying the full blessings of the high
est civilization and long settlement,
has waited for its industrial awaken
ing until scientific achievements in
the business world seem to have
reached almost to the limit of man’s
lower. The great “plant,” if it may
oe so called, by which the world has
reached its present position in the
arts and sciences, the experience and
energy which have, through long years
of toil and often through many fail
urcs, brought the industrial interests
of America and Europe to their pres
eut marvelous attainments, are all
now to be centered in the South.
* The ConRtitutiou, in a reply to a
challenge from some republican paper,
to,bring Cleveland out in 1881, says:
'‘Cleveland is already out.” Yes, and
he will be in, in 1892.
The commencement of Wesleyan
Female Colleec, Macon, will begin on
Friday, the 14th, and close on Wed
nesday, the 19th inst. This is the
oldest female college in the world, and
its talumnea are scattered East, West,
v North and South. ✓
The fact that Bill Chandler unre
sistingly submitted, when Blackburn
E ulled his ear. appears to comme..d
im to the people of New Hampshire.
What if Blackburn had submitted t*>
the same indignity? The people of
Kentucky would have burned him in
effigy. He couldn’t have been elected
Lower Fertilizer Rates.
The rates on fertilizers from any
point in Georgia to any other point in
the state, will he reduced about 16 per
June 5th the railroad commission
notified the Georgia railroad that they
must do away with their percentage
charges on fertilizers.
This will lower all fertilizer rates to
and from points within Georgia by 16
per centum ot the present rates.
Thursday has been set as the time
for the railways to appear before the
commission and s low cause, if they
have any, why the rates should not be
The reduction, however, has already
been determined on.—Atlanta Jour
The total visible supply of cotton
for the world is 1,833,786 bales, of
which 1,142,886 bales is American,
against 1.854,023 hales and 1.300,123
respectively, last year. The receipts
from all interior towns are 3,050 bales.
The receipts from plantations a're
5 381 bales. The crop in sight is es
timated at 6.802,697 bales.
Another cousin-in-law of Mr. and
jlrs. B. Harrison, we do not remem-
i V-fOr which, hds turned up in the wild,
woolly West. Open the public crib
for him. Give him a chauce with
the balance of the gang. With Cleve
land, “public office was a public trust,”
with Harrison it is “family roost.”
Dr. Haygood, in a sermon the other
day in Atlanta, contrasted the course
• of General Lee uud Generals Beaure
gard aud Early, after the war. He
gave the latter two a severe dig for
lending their names to the Louisiana
lottery. Dig’em again, Doctor. They
richly deserve the punching.
A correspondent of the Charleston
News and Courier says: "Not for the
world would it do 'o say anything about
it, hut, under the rose, Savannah has
some poker players among the fair
sex, who can squeeze the average man
of the world until he wishes he had
never heard of a jack pot or a straight.
A dollar and a half is their limit, and
it they lose they pay like racn. II they
win, you bet the losers pay. - ’
The average man, as a rule,docs not
not object to being ' squeezed,” even
at a dollar and a half limit. If a good
old-fashioned squeeze isn’t worth a
dollar and a hall, it isn’t worth any
Indianapolis, June 10.—Advices
from all parts of the state indicate
great damage from the rains of the
past week, both to growing crops and
to property situated along the water
courses. The river here is out of its
hanks, and lias done much damage to
feuciug all along its course. Fields of
corn, wheat and oats have been entire
ly washed out, and others have been
greatly damaged along the Sangomon
Since Corporal Tanner got into the
treasury up to his elbows, it is won
derful how many dead heats have
just found out that their health was
ruined during the war. Every ouc
of them who takes a cold, ascriltes It
to exposure during tlu* war. And
Tanner orders him a pennon with
back pay for twenty years.
Utica, N. Y., June 10.—Word
was received here this morning that a
terrific wiud storm passed through
Port Leyden, Lewis county, and the
lower portion of Jefferson county,
about 4 o’clock yesterday afternoon,
unroofing houses, overturning trees,
fences and buildings, and doing much
damage. The steeple of the Catholic
djurnh at .1 Vt Leyden, was blown
4iA*p t and quo on the Methodist
’riiurch' nM?ed 'a such a manner as to
—— make it VtariRmuf. One house was
Speaking of the new capitoi m Vt- j picked;up.iuHi owned about one hun-
The Memphis ;V VS?
hurls back the charge
lanta, aud its handsome furnishing
we trust the committee on furniture
did not forget to fix a convenient and
comfortable place for Charley Hanscll
and Mark Hardin. These gentlemen
deserve well of the state. Nothing
less than cushioned seats for them.
Seriously; There arc not two more
faithful aud efficient attaches ol the
legislature than Captain Hanscll and
Mr. Hardin. They have served the
state long and faithfully. They never
fail to report a quorum to the speaker,
when it is the correct thing, or
announce the defeat of a bad bill,
if the vote is anything like a close
one. In this respect they ore invalu
IN THE NEW CAPITOL.
Beauty of the New Furniture-The
Governor’s Office a dream—The>Hfluso
and Senate Desk -Other Interesting
A meeting of the Capitol furniture
commission is called for Thursday.
Senator duBignou w ill leave to-night
for North Georgia. He says that the
program for occupying the new build
ing will not be arranged until the
Legislature meets. Several of the
leading papers of the State suggested
that Governor Gordon, President dtt-
Biguou and Speaker Clay should map
out a program for the formal opening
of the capitoi. The three held a con
ference in Atlanta a few weeks atro,
and concluded that it might he taken
as presumption on their part to make
up a program without being requested
by the Senate and House. Governor
Gordon will probably he asked to
speak, and the gentleman felt that it
might he considered indelieite to sc
lect one ol their number to take a
leading part in the ceremonies.
By Thursday the furniture will he
in place and the contractors will he
ready for a settlement. The mem
bers of the commission are: Speaker
Clay, Treasurer Hardeman, Comp
troller General Wright, Mr. Rice, of
the Senate, and Mr. Lamar, of the
The commission lias done its work
well and the handsome building lias
been furnished clcgcntly. A Consti
tution reporter in 11 lengthy descrip
tion says that the Governor’s office is
a dream. You 1 iok up at the same
ethereal blue that hangs.above you in
summer, aud beneath your feet are
the ashes of roses. The desk, the
chairs and tbedoors, are maple, exquis
it' ly wrought, and the chairs richly
upholstered with morrocco. The ad
joining reception room on a blue
and eertte carpet has furniture rich
ly upholstered with silk reps and
plush. The ceutcr table is of solid
mahogony, and the chandelier that
hangs over it is burnished brass aud
solid silver oxidized.
The eye loves to dwell on the
beauties of the state library. The
fresco, the cherry finish, cherry furni
ture aud carpet in keeping—every
thing in perfect harmony and exquis
ite taste, and the great length and
height of the room make it an impos
The House of Representatives is
the most magnificent of halls. The
cherry desks, now in place, the /mis
sive cherrv clerk’s desk aud with the
coat ot arms of the State wrought up
on its face, all in contrast with the
rich colors of till* fresco above the
darker carpet below, give a wealth
aud harmony of color that makes an
impression of great magnificence.
The Senate is in exactly the same
style, except that the desks and finish
are oak instead of cherry, and the
carpet and fresco arc in keeping.
The desks were built on the specifi
cations of commissioners, with the
under part,a little curved so that a
member may turn easily in his easy
rcvolveing chair from right to left to
face a speaker in anv pnrt of the
hoi se. Underneath is a broad shelf
deep enough to hold a high silk hat,
and long and broad enough for an
aver :oat and umbrella. The top
opens with a spring lift that catches it
and prevents a fall and a slam. Un
der this lid are two compartments; a
dcejicr one on the left into which the
member’s mail is dropped through an
opening in the front. The _ other,
more shallow, is intended for bills un
der consideration, and beneath it is
a drawer for stationary and pens.
The top lias a patent folding ink
stand, with two vats for black and
* The furniture of the offices is vnr
icd in each case to suit requirmeuts of
business in the department. In the
comtroller general's office, tax depart
ment, for instanco an ingenious case
lias been devised for county tax di
gests. The archives room is lined with
oak cases with convenient little trucks
for rolliug in and out the heavy fo
lios that lie flat upon them. The
office of the secretary of state, treas
urer, commissioner of agriculture and
other departments arc fitted with
oak shelves, file cases ana desks spe
cially designed for the kind of records,
The carpets, all through, arc ful
ly up to the specificotians, aud the
furniture, in richness and desigu, is
far beyond the anticipations of* the
A fine lot of peaches amt bananas inst t»-
ceivctl at A. C- BROWN’S,
0-1*2 *.>t The Jackson St. (.rover.
Parties desiring fresh, pure Jersey milk,
from Jersey Farm, will he supplied, in any
quantity, delivered, on application to. or by
April in, I8SJ.
AN ADMISSION OF ITS GOOD
A11 old line physician never recom
mends a proprietory medicine till lie
knows ofits good qualities and has
proved them. A well known eouser-
vatoi of the health writes:
'Allow me to offer you my experi
ence with Calisaya Tonic. I have
prescribed it in many cases of general
debility with marked success. In
fact, I treated a case of typhoid mala
rial tevor with 110 other anti-periodic
tonic or stimulant. It has proved all
you claim for it in my hands, and lias
been perfectly satisfactory.
Calisaya Tonic is sold by all drug
gists at fifty cents and a dollar a bot
Lot of table linen at I’ickctl's and
it will tie sold at from lac to 50c per
yard, about half what it cost in New
There is an end to nil tilings, so the
people say, tint there is no end to the
splendid fitting clothing made at 81
Broad street. Cleaning and repairing
done in tho neatest manner. Give me
nit John Kenny.
TAKK A RKST.
Kxnnviou tickets at law rates «it 1 be sold
:> all summer results throughout the coun-
ry by the Enst Tennessee, Virginia nipt
icorgia Railway, ctmmencing June 1st,
omt to return on or before October 31st.
Fast train simrc with Pullman ears.
H. W. WRENS',
Gen. Pass, and Ticket Agt.
Few more pairs Old Ladies Hus
tons and shoes to ho sacrificed at
PIANOS AND ORGANS.
W. S. Brown, the Jeweler, has se
cured the agency for all the first-class
Pianos and Organs, which tie is selling
at the lowest prices for cash or on long
time. Thoso desiring to purchase will
do well to learn his prices and terms.
Formerly Ihc F. It. A IY, <’«.
Standard Time Used—June 2,1889.
Insect Powder Fly Paper.
118 Broad street.
More mattings received this week.
New patterns in seamless—fancy.
Geo. W. Forbes
Frc.-li Magnolia hams at 12'j cents
per pound, for safe by
i; 7 tit. T. .1. Ball .fc Ilito.
More of those shoes still left at
Pickett's and we need the money and
will knock the bottom out of prices.
A great many people feel themselves
gradually failing. They don't know just
what is the matter, but they suffer from
a combination of indescribable aches and
pains, which each month seem to grow
worse. The only sure remedy known
that will counteract this feeling and re
store perfect health is Brown’s Iron Bit-
tors. By rapid assimilation it purities the
blood, drives out disease, gives health
and strength to every portion reached by
circulatory system,renews wasted tissues
amt restores robust health amt strength.
Pricklv heat amt chatting arc cured hy Ireo-
tv using Uoracinc Toilet Nursery Powder.
4'rv it; you will be delighted.
MclU'u ti Marilre.Tli masytllc; A. lira'llorit,
Columbus: Alexamlor Drug and Seed Co,, Au-
* a; F. Von Ove:Charleston, Agents.
Have just reclovcd a lurgo lot of wall
paper, all grades. Ceiling decorations
etc. Geo. W. Foiides,
A Nashville paper refold
as “the windy,-malarial,
old city.” The Mctnphi^
an earthquake could
purpose about this ‘‘
Two, No. t, Good Horses for sale by
II, A. flAK.S.
Magnolia flams 12c at
Pickett’s Cash Grocery.
3 I 7 | SOUTHERN DIVISION (
500 p 1003 a Lv Fernun'llna Ar
7 00 1# 11 4. r » a Lv Jacksonville Ar
C 30 i> 11 27 a Lv Callahan Ar
8 30 p 12 42 p Lv Baldwin Ar
<» 25 p 1 27 p Ar Lawtoy Ar 1158 a, 3 55 a
y55p|142p Ar Starke Ar 11 28 a, 3 30 a
10 30 P 2 27 p Ar Waldo Ar 10 52a 2 50a
1120n 302 pAr Hawthorno Ar,10 23 a 2 00a
1 10 a 4 20 p -\r Ocala Ar 907 p 12 01 p
U 50 a 5 42 p Ar Wildwood Ar 8 00a O20p
5 10 a 0 10 p Ar . Leesburg Ar' 7 33 a 7 55 p
0 0) a G 40 p Ar Tavares Lv 7 10 a 7 00 p
1)42 a 8 22 p Ar Orlando Lv;545 a,4 00p
9 30 n
10 23 aj
12 05 p
| TAMPA DIVISION. |
Lv Jacksonville Ar
Lv Wildwood Ar
Ar PauasofTkoo Ar
Ar Sumtervlllo Ar
ArSt. Catherine Ar
Ar Lacoochoo Ar
*r Dado City Ar.
Ar Plant City Lv
4 30 p
4 00 p
23 | 13 l CEDAR KEY DIV. | _ 14J 24
7 oo n 1145 a Lv Jacksonville Ar 150 p C10 a
G 00 a 4 10 p Lv Waldo Ar: 1033 p 3 40 p
3 10 a 4 53j»Ar Gaincsvlllo Arj 9 40 a 230 p
10 45 '» 1 5 42 p Ar Archer Lv 8 23 a 1215 p
I G 12 p Ar Bronson Ar ’7 48 u
Ar Cedar Key Lvl 5 30a|
y | i j WESTERN DIVISION | _ - _ .
7 t‘0 pi 7 13 at Lv Jacksonville Ar 320 pr*243p
S05p 8 00a Ar Baldwin Ar. 2 35 p| 1 4Gp
10 40 p OiJGa Ar LnkoCity Ar 108p 1122a
’ 10 27 a! A r Live Oak Ar 12 23 p; 9 55 a
11 28a 1 A r Madison Aril 13 a 8 15 a
12 52 p| Ar Month-olio Lv lo30 a 5 23 a
2 02 p! Ar Tallahassee Lv' 9 50 a 3 20 a
30Jp .\r Quincy Lv 857 a; 150 a
4 ou p! A r IUver June. Lvl 8 00 a 12 05 a
i J 7 ns .
1,2, 7, 8, 9, 10, 13, 14 Dally.
02, and G3 Dally.
3, l, 23, 24, Dally,except Sunday.
30 Dally except Sunday. 31 Dally except
GO | G | JACKSONVILLE BRANCH | 5 | Gl
THE INVALID’S HOPE.
Mutiv seemingly incurable eases of blood
poison', #iitarrh, scrofula and rheuma
tism have been cured by 1L B. 11. (Botanic
Blood llalm ), made by the Wood Halm Co.,
Atlanta, Ha. Write to them for book filled
with con v hieing "proof.
H. W. JL Raider, living seven miles from
Athens, Ha., writes: “For several years I
suftered with running ulcers, which doctors
ronounced incurable. A single
II. did me more good than all
the doctors. I kept on using it and every
1). C. Kinard k Son, Towaliga, Ha., writes:
IVe induced a neighbor to try B. B. B. for
catarrh, which he thought incurable, as it
had resisted all treatment. It delighted him,
and continuing its use, he was cured sound
and well. * .
R. M. Lawson, East Point, Ha., writes:
‘ .My wife had scrofola 15 years. She kept
growing worse. She lost her hair and her
skin broke out fearfully. Debility, emacia
tion and no appetite followed. Atter physi
cians and numerous advertised medicines
failed, I tried it. II. and her recovery was
rapid and complete.”
Oliver Secor,,Baltimore, Md., writes: “I
Jutiered from weak back and rheumatism.
It. it. H. has proven to be the only medicine
hat gave me relief.”
Fresh peaches every morning at
Sampson s Jackson st. Fruit Store.
OF ALL KINDS- *
Special attention lo
Peal’s, Oranges, Etc
Prompt sales accompanied by New Vork
845p-4 30a Lv Jacksonville Ar850a-G Oft 1>
1005 p-GO) a Ar FernandlUft Lv 7 IS a-4 30 p
5 and 6 dally, except Sunday. GO and Cl
Sundays only. _
7:13 a. m., New Orleans Express. Shortest
ami quickest lino to ull Middlo and West
Florida points, l ouaaoola, Mobilo and New
Orleans 7 :15 a. m. an J 7 :30 p. in. trains con
nect through to Thomasville, Montgomery,
Nashville, St. Louis. Cincinnati. Chicago, and
all points North and West. Arrive at 2:45 p.
in. and 3.43 p. m. ....
11:45 p. in. Mail and Expross for all points
South, cminesvlllo, Ocala. Lcosburg, Tavores,
Apopka. Orlando, Panasoffkoo (St. Catharine)
Dado City, • lant City. Arrives at 1:50 p. ra,
7 :U0 p. m. Local, connects through for all
points South, Ocala, Gainesville, Leesburg,
Tavares, Orlando, Tnrp n Springs, Souther
land, St. Petersburg, and Tampa. Arrives at
11:45 a. m. Cumberland Route Expross, con
nects at FernandIna with steamer City of
Brunswick, dally, for Brunswick, Macon, At
lanta, Chattanooga, Louisville, Cincinnati
St. Louis and Chicago. Arrives 1:50 p. m.
4:3Jp. ni. Fcrnandlna Mall and Express,
dailv, connecting Tuesday and Friday with
Str. St. Nicholas* for Savannah and way land
ings. Thursday with Mallory Steamers for
New York. Arrives 8:50a. m. Sunday train
leaves Jacksonville 8:45 a. ra.
This now service gives perfect-connections
at Baldwin for all points North and Wost, Via
Callahan to all points North, East and West.
Via Fornandina, connecting with Htr. City of
Brunswick, for Brunswick, Macon, Atlanta,
and all points North and West.
D. E. MAXWELL, A.O MACDONELL,
Gon. Manager. G. P. & T. A.
j. AV BEID. Agont at Thomasville. Oa.
MISSOURI PACIFIC RAILWAY,
The “Colorado Short Line,” runs solid
through trains, equipped with Pullman Bul
let Sleeping Cars from St. Louis and Kan
sas City without change, to Pueblo, Colo
rado Springs and Denver, where direct con
nection is made for all Rocky Mountain Re
sorts. Solid tiains from Memphis to St.
Louis, via the Iron Mountain Route. Round
trip tickets via this line are on sale at all
oupon ticket oflices in the United States,
i’or further information, illustrated resort
book ot 140 pages, tree, time tables, etc., call
on or address
Hen. P. k T. Agt.. St. Louis, Mo.
Mess, Baum k Bozeman, of Quitman, an
agents for us in Quitman, Boston, Ousley
Dixie, Thomasville and Monticcllo, and wil
take pleasure in ansVering any correspond
Helcience: Union Loan and Trust
880, Stli Avenue, New York.
.. VpOjtfc Culpepper are keeping up with the
they nave secured the agency of
rafious Star Mineral Water, the finest
tpamtuJh known tor dyspepsia. It is
branteed to cure. I t> tf
« \York dailies, Times, World. Tribune
*J<! Herald, Macon Telegraph and Atlanta
pd Savannah dailies, every uav.
HlSS ADDIE Mu< LkLLANI),
Picket nulls the most elegant flour
manufactured in America for ♦5.75.
Elegant coffee at Pickett’s 5c per
pound under the market.
Libel for Divorce
Superior Court, April term.
18811. I.iliel for Itivorc
diaries Green. ,
It appearing to tile eourt Hint the defend
unt, dairies Green, is not to be found in the
county, and it further appearing that said
defendant resides out of this Stnte, it is
therefore ordered that service of this writ be
made bv publication, as required by law.
AI G. II. HANSEL!*,
Judge S. V. S. V.
I certify tliat the above is a true abstract
from the minutes cf said court. This Aprii
8, 188:'. J. W. GROOVER,
Clerk Superior Court
REAL ESTATE AGI XT,
OFFICE IN MITCHELL HOUSE BLOCK.
City anil Comiry Property for Sale.
And Taxes l'l Id.
Brins me a desc/iption 01 your properly
DR"C0YLE’ s ><8 Vs. / '
1 RJGRiNT' i > / vC nNo^Moiitij HI ten
When you aue con
templating a pur
chase of anything in
our line, no matter
how small may be
the amount involved
By coming to look
over our large and
well selected stock of
Clothing, Gents’ Fur-
nishing Goods, Hats,
etc., that is new and
To buy of us. After
seeing the prices and
examining the qual
ity of our goods you
can’t resist them. It
is impossible to do as
a be found. We
get the choice of the
best goods on the
market, andbuy and
sell them at
, vMIlrans aat PrevrvM the Te-lli
\\J y' »n4 Cor»% OiUJWf
\j TIII5 OnONTICA C'o.
, T-ioeal Legislation.
Notice is hereby given that at the ap
proaching session of the legislature I will in
troduce a bill “To incorporate the town of
Metcalfe, in Thomas county, define its limits
and provide a government for the same-”
A. T. MacINTYRE, Jr.
All persona lmvlng claim, against tho estate
ol - tuddnn Bvrlfl will presont them to the uo-
dersgncd within tho noxt thirty days.
May 33, It*. It. B. MABDRE, Adm'r.
h can Depend Upon It
That our prices are
the lowest, our as
sortment tliu most
complete, and our
quality the highest.
Dont fail to call on
G. H. YOUNG & GO
Clothiers and Furnishers.