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SUNDAY, JUNE 10, l«8f.
This is an off year in politics. For
which let us return thanks.
— m < • > — —
The Czar of Russia hasn’t been
blown up with dynamite for several
It is said that Blaine is getting his
back up over the Sainoau matter. He
may suffer from a curvature of the
If the question were asked: Who
is the most popular man in Georgia?
we should unhesitatingly answer: John
The new capitol, with its furniture,
has been turned over to the state.
Out ot the appropriation of one mil
lion dollars, something like two thou
sand dollars remain unexpended.
Isn’t it rather strange that in what
ever direction a republican editor
points his gun, he almost invariably
brings it around to bear on Cleveland,
before the fusiladc is ended ? These
fellows fear Grover Cleveland in his
retirement. And well they may.
If Blaine presses Samoan matters
too far, Bismarck will show his teeth.
But then “Biz” is getting old. llis
fangs arc not so dangerous as they
once were. Blaine doesn’t mind bark
ing at effete monarchies—across the
Both pnvtics tire sending speakers
nto the new stales, Washington,
ilontana, and the Dakotas, recently
.dmitted. The democrats have lately
arriod one ol them, Montana, and
hey hope to divide the four new
tates with the republicans.
’Among the hopeful signs and inci-
lents“of the day wc note, with pleas-
tre, that the Southern Base • Ball
Longue is going to pieces. Now let
he pitchers and catchers pitch into
i cotton field and catch on to the
The relations of Blaine to the ad
ministration is a source of continual
speculation amoug the newspaper cor
respondents at Washington. Some
assert that he is in o highly disgruntled
state; others that heu running things
to suit himself, and so on and so on.
To still further mystify the public it
is given out one day that Blaine is a
very sick man, and the next that he
is very robust. But notwithstanding
all this, the man from Maine is still
in the ring, though he ntay be slightly
Iu the euforcement of a dog tax in
Atlanta, owners are requested to reg
ister the names of their doge. We
take a few samples of canine cogno
mens from the Journal:
Joe Brown, No, 1 and No. 2,
Crocker, St. Simon, Jcpp, Itix, Kit,
Desk, Little Fellow, Pinch, Jeff
Davis, Toochic, Catch, Dr. Felton,
Friday, Boots, Pompey, Nigger Dandy,
June, Dandy, Boy, Rome, Snoozer,
Fritz, Dnde, Buster, Roscoc Conklin,
Spook, Pluto, Lilly Dale, Shy, Pen
Dennis, Storm, Bird, Yank, Caterpil
lar, Shaggy Hall, Grover, Wade.
What has become of Tigc, Towser
and Watch? Noble trio of the old
time mastiffs. Honest and faithful
they were. Wc eanuot say as much
for the new breed of dogs, with their
new tangled esthetic appellations.
Dogs have deteriorated.
A Dangerous Innovation
Harrison’s threat to reorganize the
Judiciary, on a line with the adminis
tration, is a wide departure from the
fixed principles of the government,
ftis action in the matter of the Chief
Justice of the Supreme court of Club,
lias shocked the entire country.
Through his pliant Attorncy-Geii^til,
Mr. Miller, the president informs
Chief Justice Sandford, of l tali, that
lie is not ninning the court on a line
with the administration. To (In’s
Sandford iiits hack, as follows:
Hon. W. H. H. Miller, Attorney-
General, Washington, D. C.:
Kir—-Your letter of the 21th till.,
iu which you state that the President
has become satisfied that that the ad
ministration of the office 1 hold wits
ministration of the ollicel tout wits rc all lixed in tll0 contract
not tit harmony- with the policy he fe luau „f a , turcrB .
deemed proper to be pursued with
reference to ( tali affairs, and for this
reason he desired to make a change,
has been received. ordered by farmers and merchants.
In reply I have the honor to say £ therefore, who are dc-
that my earnest purpose while on the u ^ wW)i nvni , rtntinn |„fv pU i n „
bench, as chief justice of this territory,
has been to administer justice and the
Jaws, honestly and impartially to all
men, under the obligations of my j ,
oath of office. If the president of the ^ who fcr it may order
United States has any poncy which , . - ■ *- ’••• •. -
— any poncy
he desires a judge of the supreme
court to carry out in reference to
Utah affairs, other .than tnc one I
have pursued, you may say to him
that he has done well to remove me.
It is not unlikely that Harrison
will conclude that Chief Justice Ful
ler, of the Supreme court of the
United States, is not running that
august body on a line with the admin
istration. He may have a cousin
somewhere who would like Chief Jtts-
tice Fuller’s place. It has been sup
posed, heretofore, that the Judiciary
was a separate and co-ordinate branch
of the government.
The New York Herald very prop
erly denounces the document dismiss-
the Chief Justice of Utah "as
the most remarkable paper which was
ever penned by an Attorney-General,
or sent out from tlic department of
The constitution of the l nited
States is a very pliable instrument in
the hauds of a republican president;
it gets to be india-rubber. Harrison
may stretch it until it rips. Well,
well, Cleveland will repair it from 93
to 97. The instrument has been sub
jected to some severe strains since ’65,
but the democrats have managed to
keep it comparatively intact.
An engineering corps, with Major
W. S. Green as chief arid Capt. J. L.
Cowan as engineer in charge, lift
Columbus, C«a., Wednesday morn
ing to run the preliminary lines to
some point in Florida, making a cog-
nection with the Florida Central and
Peninsular system. Simultaneously
another corps left Tallahassee for the
purpose of making a preliminary sur
vey for the same road, the line being
run ep by Little river and direct to
Dawson, Ga., connecting there with
the Columbus Southern.—Metropolis.
Under tire heading “Railroad Rack
et” the Apalachicola Times has this:
President Blake, of the Augusta
and Carrabelle Railroad, writes that
he will be in Tallahass c next week
prepared to commence work upon the
road, and that he will commence at
Tallahassee and push ihe work
through to completion. The Times
learns that the coutract for the road
to Tifton, Georgia, have been signed
Thomasvillc ought to keep a weath
er eye on these movements.
What has become of the Butler-
Porter controversy ? Tire country is
watching the quarrel with undisguised
interest, hoping that—well, they do
not care much which comes out on
top. While Butler is generally forti
fied with facts—as well as with argu
ments which arc not facts—it is gener
ally supposed that, in this instance,
the redoubtable Ben has bit off more
than he can “chaw,” though he will
still he able to jaw. And that he
will jaw back, none doubts who know
the belligerent character of the man,
Baiubridge had a hanging on Fri
day as well as Thomasvillc.
The Columbus Southern railroad is
going to be built right, away. Enough
of the bonds have been sold in New
York to make the road a certainty.
It will Ire fifty-five miles long. The
whole line from Columbus and Al
bany has been graded, tiro rails and
banging from the Lane mills, at New
The West Point mills, in this state,
will furnish a suitable article of heavy
cotton cloth for baling sea island cot
ton. Let me beg that all arrange
ments for bagging be made without
Papers throughout the state will
please publish this announcement.
W. J. Northen,
Chairman Committee Cotton Bagging.
The Republic—“Her Mark.”
Some of the newspapers are print
ing a fac simile of the autograph of
Abraham Lincoln’s mother.
Plain Sarah Lincoln signed a docu
ment in a very simple and old-fash
ioned way. A friendly hand traced
her name, with theexplanitory words,
“Her mark,” and Sarah then made
the familiar “X.”
That one mark is an epitome of the
history of the republic. From such
crude and simple beginnings have
sprung our culture and civilization.
Humble Sarah Lincoln gave to the
world a sou who wrote his name in
imperishable letters of light o:t one of
the proudest pages of our annals.
It is tire story of the republic—out
of the depths, to the highest place in
the temple of Fame—out of the dark
ness and into the light!—Constitution.
Cotton Bagging for Georgia.
Atliinta Evening Journal.
The suggestion made iu the Na
tional Economist, page 185, as to the
mauner of ordering cotton bagging
have produced some confusion in the
minds of the farmers in this state.
The committee for Georgia have
not, in any way, changed the instruc
tions given in their circular. Farm
ers must scud their orders direct to
West Point mills, at West Point, Ga.,
enclosing negotiable notes to he paid
when goods arc|delivercd, or They can
give hank reference as to commercial
Iu many sections the merchants aic
ordering cottmi bagging for the farm
ers, just as they formerly ordered jute.
This is much the host plan, aS it saves
The width, weight and cost of the
made with the manufacturers.
It must ho distinctly understood
that the mills do not expect to carry
any amount of bagging above that
Parties desiring fresh, pure Jersey milk,
from Jersey Farm, will be supplied,’in any
quantity, delivered, on application to, or by
Every mother, to cuio ehullng ami
prickly heat, uses and recommends Bor-
atine, a superior and highly perfumed
t diet powder. Try it.
Melt to Ci Mardre. Tlruiuisville; A; Bra-liord,
Columbus; Alexander Drug and Seed Co., Au-
us a; F. Von Ove: , I .‘harlcaton, Agents.
What will cure the worst case of dyspep
sia'.' What will insure a hearty appetite and
increased digestion'.' What will cure gener
al debility and give n new lease of life? What
\vill dispel n-rvousdepression and low spir
its? What will restore exhausted mother
to full strength? What -will strengthen
nerves and muscles? What will enrich the
blood? What will enable you to overcome
weakness, wakefulness and lack of entrgy
What will prevent chills and feverand other
efi’ects ol malarial poison? Brown’s Iron
Hitters. It is well to know this.
TAKE A REST.
Excursion tiekals at low rates will be sold
to all summer resorts throughout Lhc eouti-
try, by the Enst Tennessee, Virginia anil
(lefirgia Railway, eeininencing June 1st,
good to return on or Iwforc October ."'1st.
East train service with Pullman cars.
It. W. WRENN,
den. Pass, and Ticket Agt.
Few mure pairs Old Ladies Bus
kins ami shoes to be sacrificed at
living, with the cxpectation|ofgetting
bagging as they need it for immediate
use, will he disappointed. Orders
must he sent in to the mill without
United Confederate Veterans.
Governor (Jordan has been elected
[cnerul of the United Confederate
This grand army of the south was
organized in New Orleans outlie 10th
of June, and Governor Gordon got.
yesterday official notice of his election
as commanding general, accompanied
by a copy of the constitution of the
The objects are of a social, literary,
historical and benevolent character.
An effort will be made to unite all
associations of eontedcratc veterans,
soldiers and sailors, to gather authen
tic (lata for an impartial history of the
war between the states; to cherish the
tics of friendship that should exist
among men who have shared common
dangers and common sufferings; to
care for the disabled; to help the
needy; to protect Ihe widow and the
orphan: and make and preserve a
record of the services of every mem
ber, and as far as possible those of the
The officers will be a general, lieu
tenant-general, adjudaut-general, quar
al, judge advocate general, surgeon-
general and chaplain.
General Gordon will appoint a lieu
tenant-general and a number of aides.
The next meeting will be held on
July 1th, 1890, at Chattanooga.—
Fresh peaches every morning at
Sampson's Jackson st. Fruit Store.
THE SOUTHER* SITUATION
Has been a puzzle to the President,
and many would be statesmen have
aired their petty opinions through the
press and on the stump. A question
of still greater moment is how shall I
rid myself of malaria. The question
is easily answered if you will only take
one bottle of Westmoreland’s Calisaya
Tonic, the greatest anti-perodic and
stimulant ot the age. It will purify
your blood, give you an appetite and
make you feel like yourself again.
This remedy is sold by all of your
druggists at 50 cents and $i.a bottle.
There is an end to all things, so the
people say, but there is no end to tho
splendid fitting clothing mado at 81
Broad street. Cleaning and repairing
done in the neatest manner. Givo mo
a call. John Kehnt.
Insect Powder Fly Paper.
118 Broad street.
Attorney General Anderson has
decided that the Central road must
pay taxes on the rolling stock used
on their leased lines. Heretofore they
have not been paying this tax. This
decision will put several thousand
dollars iu the state treasury.
S Vasiiinoto.v, June 13.—Senator
quitt, who is here on his way home
from stumping Pennsylvania for the
prohibition amendment, looks for a
surprise when the result of next Tues
day’s voting is announced. He thinks
that either the prohibition amendment
will be adopted or defeated by a small
majority. It seems to depend upon
getting the vote out., If it is a full
vote the amendment will he adopted.
It not, why not join the book-keeping
'* Business qualification is a^trong
FOUNT UN HEAD 1IOTKL,
Knoxville’s favorite summer resort, will
„ UU j open for reception of guests June 1, 1880.
iron’bridges have been bought, and The hotel is provided with all the latest
. ® . . . . ® , modern unprovenents and strictly first-class
Passenger Dp’t 8. V. k \V. Ky„ )
TnoMASviLLE, IS a., Is .Jane, 1889. f
Alexander, X, C $22 70
All Healing Springs, N. C 23 10
Asheville, N. C 22 70
Anniston, Ala H 40
Black Mountain, X. 0 23 GO
Big Tunnel, Va 30 90
Blue Ridge, Va 30 90
Cumberland Falls, Ky 23 65
Flat Hock, X. C 22 50
French Lick Springs, Iud., via Mont
gomery 30 75
Hendersonville, N. C
Hickory, X. C
Hot Springs, Va
Marion, X. C
Mount Airy, Ga 16 30
Newport News, Va 37 30
Niagara Falls, X. V. via Cincinnati... 45 55
Norfolk, Va 37 30
Old Point Comfort, Va. via A. C. L.... 39 30
Powder Springs, Ga 13 45
Roanoke, Va 30 90
Spartanburg, S. C 20 70
Tate Springs (Morristown) i l 90
Tallulah Falls, Ga 17 25
Toccoa, Ga lb 35
Tryon, N. C 21 55
Walhnlla, S. C.
Warm Springs, Ga 12 70
West Baden Springs, hid., via Mont
gomery 36 75
White Sulphur Springs, Ga 15 25
White Sulphur Springs, West Va 34 50
Tickets on sale June 1st to September 30th,
1889. Good to return not later than Octo
ber 31st, 1889.
The above named points are only a few of
the Summer resorts to which tickets are
Should parties desire information in re
gard to places not ntmedinthe abovoJist,
I will cheerfully give it to them.
F. M. Van DYKE,
Passenger k Ticket Agent,
W. P. HARDEE,
Gen. Passenger Agent,
BY I'AB THE
iron-Ullages nave nceii uougi ,, modern iinpiovcttents and strictly first-class
the work Will be pushed. Rail lay- ; n cver y particular, having inside its cn-
ine will be begun about August 1st, Closure 'a dense woods and lovely park,
n , , . _ ° ... . . . with three springs. Freestone, limestone
and*ft big effort Will be made to and chalybeate water. For information, etc*,,
the road in running order by the mid- address, P. A. O’BYRNK,
die of next cutumn.
Iff YOI OR BOSTON
Central Railroad of Georgia.
SUMMER EXCURSION TICKETS
Now on sale at reduced rates. Good to
return until October 31st, 1881).
Magnificent Steamers and elegant ser
vice. Free from the licnt oud dust incident
to nil-rail routes. If you nre sick the trip
will in-igoratc and build you up. do cast
by sea and you'll never regret it.
Passengers, before purchasing tickets via
other routes, would do well to inquire first
of the merits of the Route via Savannah.
Further information may be hud by apply
ing to the Agent at your station, or to
M. S. BELKNAP, W. K, SIIEI.LM AN,
General Manager. Traffic Manager,
K. T. CHARLTON. CLYDE BOSTICK,
Gen. Pass. Agent. Trav. Pass Agt.,
PIANOS AND ORGANS,
W. S. Brown, the Jeweler, has se
cured the agency for all t.ho first-class
Pianos and Organs, which he is selling
at the lowest pricos for cash or on long
time. Thoso tiestring to purchase will
do well to learn his prices and terms.
Formerly lhc F. R.& lff» t'«.
Standard Time Used—June 2,1889.
8 30 a
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5 00 plUOo a Lv Feruandina Ar
7 00 pill 45 a Lv Jacksonville Ar
C 30 i>; 1127 a Ly Callahan Ar
3 30 p 12 42 p Lv Baldwin Ar
0 25 p 127 p:Ar Lawtoy
9 65 p 142 p Ar Starko
10 30 p 2 27 Ar Waldo Ar
11^0 a; 302 p!Ar Hawthorne Ar
110 a 4 29 p Ar Ocala Ar
3 50 a 542 p Ar ‘Wildwood Ar
5 10 a 610 p Ar Leesburg Ar
0 0t)a C 40 p Ar Tavares
9 42 a 8 22 p Ar Orlando
3 05 p
11 28 a
10 52 a'
10 23 a
907 p 12 01 p
8t0a! 9 20 p
7 35 ai 7 65 p
710 a 7 00p
545 A| 4 00p
6 40 a
3 55 a
7 00 a
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7 20 a
8 23 n
9 30 n,
10 25 a |
12 05 p
| TAMPA DIVISION. |
Lv Jacksonville Ar
( Lv Wildwood Ar
Ar Pauasoffkoo Ar
Ar Sumtervllle Ar
• Ar St. Catherine Ar
Ar Lacoochee Ar
* r Dade City Ar
Ar Plant City Lv
| 4 30p
: 215 p
j 11 45 p
"23 | 13 1 CEDAn SEVPIV. | H | 24
7 00 nil 13 a Lv Jacksonville Ar 150p 610 a
S . . .ft VI7-1.1 ^ Aminoif tv ft in tv
10 45 •»
4 10 pLv Waldo Aril035p; 340p
4 53 p Ar Gainesville Ar 9 40a ( 230p
5 42 p Ar Archer Lv 8 25 a 1215 p
6l2p Ar Bronson Ar 7 48 a
1 Ar Codar Key Lvl 6 30 a|
7 00 p
10 40 p
11 58 p
1 04 a
4 10 a
6 10 a
| WESTEBN DIVISION j ~
7 15 a Lv Jacksonville Arj 3 20 pi 2 45p
11 28 L
12 52 p
2 02 p
4 00 p
Ar Baldwin Ar 235p 146p
Ar Lake City Ar 108p 1122a
Live Oak Ar,12 23p 0 65 a
Madison Ar;1115a 8 15 a
Ar Monticello Lv lo30a! 6 25 a
Ar Tallnlmsseo Lv O60 ai 3 20 a
Ar Quincy Lv 8 67 a 150 a
A r River J uno Lv 8 00 a; 12 05 a
J, 2, 7, 8, 9, 10,13, 14 Dally.
62, and 63 Daily.
3,4, 23, 24, Daily, except Sunday.
30 Dally excopt Sunday. 31 Daily except
845p-430A Lv Jacksonville Ar850a*6Q0p
10 05 p-6 00 a Ar Fernandina Lv 715 a-4 30 p
5 and 6 daily, excopt Sunday. 60 and 61
7:13 a. m., New Orloans Expross. Shortest
and quickest line to ull Middle and West
Florida points, Pensacola, Mobile and New
Orleans. 7:15 a. in. and 7:30 p. ra. trulnscon-
nect through to Thomasvlllo, Montgomery,
Nashvlllo, St. Louis. Cincinnati. Chicago, and
all points North and West. Arrivo at 2:43 p.
m. and 3.45 p. m.
11:45 p. m. Mail and Expross for all points
South, Galnesvlllo, Ocala. Leesburg, Taveree,
Apopka, Orlando, Panasotfkeo (St. Catharine)
Dade City, Plant City. Arrives at 1:50 p. m,
7:00 p. m. Local, connects through for all.
points South, Ocala, Gainesville, Leosburg,
Tavares, Orlando, Tarpon Springs. Souther
land, St. Petersburg, and Tampa. Arrives at
6:10 a. m, _
11:45 a. in. Cumberland Route Express, con
nects at Fornandlna with steamer City of
Brunswick, dally, lor Brunswick, Macon, At-
lauta, Chattanooga, Louisville, Cincinnati
St. Louis and Chicago. Arrives 1:50 n. m.
4:30 p. m. Fernandina Mail and Express,
dally, connecting Tuosday and Friday with
Str. St. Nicholas for Savnnnah and way land
ings. Thursday with Mallory Stoamors for
New York. Arrives 8:50 a. in. Sunday train
ieavos Jacksonville 8:43 a. m.
This now service gives perfect connections
at Baldwin for all points North and West, Via
Callahan to all points North, East and West.
Via Fornandlna, connecting with Str. City of
Brunswick, for Brunswick, Macon, Atlauta,
and all points North and West.
D. E. MAXWELL, A. D. MAcDONELL,
Gen. Manager, G. P. & T. A.
J. W REID. Agont at Thomasvlllo. Ga.
MISSOURI PACIFIC RAILWAY,
Till! “Colorado .Short Line,” runs solid
through trains, equipped with I'ulliiiau Buf
fet Sleeping Cars from St. Louis and Knn-
sas City without change, to l'ueblo, Colo
rado Springs and Denver, where direet 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 arc on sale at all
coupon ticket offices in the United States.
For further information, illustrated resorl
book ot 140 pages, tree, time tables, etc., call
on or address
II. E. Towssesd,
Gen. P. St T. Agt,, St. Louis, Mo.
REAL ESTATE AGINT,
OFFICE IN MITCHELL HOUSE BLOCK.
City and Coitirj Proper!) for Sals.
Ail4 Tuxes l*t Id.
Bring me a description oi your property
D« COYLE’ 5 .
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 tbo same/'
A. T. MacINTYRE, Jr.
All persons having claims against tho estate
of Sheldon Swift will present them to the un-
deragned within tho next thirty days.
May 23,1889. B. D, MARDRE, Adm'r.
When you are con
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the amount involved
By coming to look
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well selected stock of
Clothing, Gents’ Fur
nishing Goods, Hats,
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seeing the prices and
examining the qual
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a be found. We
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