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TUESDAY, JUNK 25, 1118!.
New Yoik has had two
imported yellow lever.
Down with secret political societies.
They are inimical to a republic
Did Burke kill Cronin?
what the police of Chicago arc trying
to find out.
Princeton has dubbed president
Harrison “Doctor.” Now let Dudley
A call has been made for the pay
ment of' all subscriptions to the Con-
ferate Soldie’s Home. They should
he paid as promptly as subscribed.
Spokane, the now famoue Montana
horse, beat Proctor Knott and a field
of fast horses, in the Amirican Derby,
at Chicago, the other day.
It is said that Congress will investi
gate Tanner-- If will take a big lot
of white wash to smear over the
Dr. Battle has resigned the presi
dcncy of Mercer University.
takes charge of a female college in
‘‘going up.” Well, this suits
small boy better than if it was gomg
The Future of th£South.
The south is just emerging from the
twilight which precedes and presages
ihe dawn of prosperity which will
eclipse the brightest era she has ever
known. The north, heretofore, has
been the favored section; but the south,
rehabilitated, renewed,with a supreme
confidence in herself, is the coming
section of our truly great country. She
may not eclipse all other sections, Imt
she will place herself fully abreast ol
them in the great race of progress
before two more decades.
She has the most homogenous jiop
illation in the United States. It is not
polluted, as is many communities n
the north and west. These secuon
have received and absorbed—where
they have not absorbed the natives—
the worst elements, in many cases,
which have sought our shores. The
supremacy ol these ha 3 elements of
the old world, with their crude ideas
of liberty—frequently construed into
license; — tainted with agrarianism,
honey-combed with communism and
steeped in socialism, this foreign ele
ment, wc repeat, has unamericanized
whole communities No such condi
tion of things exists at llic south. Pure
American blood courses the veins of
ninety per cent of the Caucassian race
at the south. We have no mongrel
population. In the councils of the
nation this fact must, and will be, an
important factor in preserving those
great underlying principles upon which
foundation rests (lie Constitution of
our country. The south will not only
be great in the development of her
long neglected natural resources, but
she will take again the proud position
which she once occupied, in shaping
th2 destinies of the republic. Her
statesmen have been her boast in the
past. As a rule, they have not pos
sessed the great wealth which has been
a distinguishing mark, of northern pol
iticians, somehow most of them grow
rich in politics—but they have meas
ured up, intellectually, with ihe states
men of the world. Whether glancing
forward or backward, the south ran
look with satisfaction, pride and confi
dences And that confidence is based
upon immutable laws,—laws as un
changeable as were thpseofttye Medes.
Grand, glorious country, rich in
memories, ext Ited in virtues, we hail
with proud beating hearts the sunlight
of the coming dawn, which already
begins to gild her hill-tops and flood
her valleys, harbinger ol better days.
The Veterans’ Homo.
Dr. F.. B. McRae, who received
subscriptions to the Veterans Home,
givts notice that subscribers are ur
gently requested to come forward and
lay their donations.
The Military Encampment Broken Up—
Harrison at Cape May—The Condi
tion of Mrs. Hayes. Tho
1 News from Johnstown.
Wagon Ilj-ii'hin. Plow Itridles,
Wagon Lines, ILoiio Strings, Plow
Lines, Muggy Hacks and Ihe lilo* sold
mi a sac-rillce at Piekeli's Cash Store.
— Brunswick, Ga„ June 23.—Gov.
Missionary Mass Meeting. | (; or d on> daughter, and part of his staff
A missionary mass meeting was held | returned home to-day. All the visit-
at Bold Spring church last Saturday. | ing military have gone, and the en-
, , 1 1 1 t> v* r* v campment grounds are deserted.
Speeches were made by ivcv. to u. r». 1
McDonald and W. A. Iitickabco.
The sum of $50 was raised as an oflci
ing tu the cause.
Major A. <'. Knapp and wile h it
on Sunday evening for Macofi, Major
Kimpp is fast taking rank as one of
the best railroad managers in the
South. He is making the Georgia
Southern fairly hum. His.Tliomas-
villc friends arc watching his career
Thomas Johnson, a druggist, at
Adairsville, has made a collection ot
war relics. Among them he has a C.
S. A. buckle for a belt, a cannon ball,
a rifle ball for cannon of very large
size, a canteen and other relics that
attract attention. These were gath
ered off the battle field here.
Why could not all, or many of the
confederate relics hereabouts, be col
ected and placed in the museum de
partment ot the library? They would
make an interesting collection.
Miss Leila Blount, one of the
charming belles of Baiubridge, is the
guest of the Misses Stark, and will re
main during the week.
New York, June 23 —Frank Stev
enson, Michael Donovan and William
11. Harding, of the Police Gazette,
lake Kilrain’s backers, left this city
this morning by the Baltimore and
Ohio railroad lor New Orleans. Their
mission is to select the battle ground
for the Sullivan-Kilrain fight.
Ci.kvhi.ani>, June 23.—A special
from Fremont, <>., says
“Ex-I J resi-
Mr. E. M. Mallette has returned
from a business trip to Montgomery,
Alabama. He says the capital city ol
our sister state is forging ahead.
Hon. John E. Donalson, of Bain-
bridge, passed through the city yester
day, en route to Savannah.
Dr. John Coyle has returned Iroin a
visit of some weeks to Liberty and Me
Mrs. A he Simon and family, and
Miss Estelle Weil, of Monticello, are
spending a few days here as the guest
of Mrs. L. A. Dreycr on Dawson St.
Tho sale of paregoric, and like
stuff, has largely increased in North
ern Tillages since the introduction of
ihe crop of Georgia watermelons.
Dr. A. G. Haygood goes to Ala
bama, to accept the presidency of a
female college. Georgia thus loses
an able minister and a profound
A Kentucky family named Humphries
consists of five girls, named Arkansas,
Louisiana, Tennessee, Florida and Vir
ginia. But the state they are most
anxious to be in is Matrimony.
"We don’t\vant any ’God bless yc’s,’ ”
said Dr. Talntage at a meeting ir
Brooklyn to raise money for the Johns
town survivors; “wc want cash. Some
of the meanest men I ever knew have
been prodigal of ‘God bless ye’s.’ ”
Drs. McRae and Tullis amputated
the [forefinger on Ihe left hand of Mr.
Will Everett yesterday morning. Mr.
Everctthas been sufferingfrom asevere
cut on the finger for some time, but
until a day or two ago had hopes of
CtTARRII CURED. h<’ultli
■oath M-i-iircil, l>y Sliili.i'sC.UMi
IViri- r,b 1.11 ts. Nasal I ijentui I'l
'J IIE PEAK SUIPPEIiS.
Wc aiv making the best pour r rate's
in (lin country; strong, light and well
ventilated. Call ami ><*e them.
Sxoimita-s & Smith,
0 22 Iw Tliomasville Mills.
.-eiv York dailies
and Herald, Macon
and Savannah daili-
MrSS ADDIE M
MPLE0N HIN NOW.
Rad with Kxsema. Hair all (lone,
rtrnlp covrrcil with eruption-.Thoiicht
h'iN hnir would aaVcr gi .... . ---
rented if***. Hair splendid ,nnd
dent Haves and family arc still nnx
iously M atching for. a ray of hope for
the recovery of Mrs. llaycs. It is
now over forty-eight hours since the
attack, and there is no manifest
change for the better. Burchard
Hayes said to-day that he was not
hopeful, and at 2 o’clock the doctors
said there Mas no appreciable change,
and that Mrs. llaycs wan failing and
h 0 r condition not so favorable -as
twelve hours before,
Johnstown*, I’a. June 23.—The
weekly* report of Col. Spangler, wlto
is in charge of the coramissaiy de
partment, shows that* 25,000 people
arc still lining daily fed by the state, a
diminution during the week of 3,500.
He recommends that the relief money
he turned over to the citizens and
tho necessary supplies he purchased
from the sixteen general stores and
three bakeries now running here.
A list prepared by Town Clerk
Pfarr of Cambria borough shows that
iu that place alone 335 houses have
been entirely swept away.
The bodies of two women,, a child
and a Chinaman were found to-day.
Cape May, N. J., June 23.—Pres
ident and Mrs. Harrison and Post
master General Wanamaker attended
religious services this morning in the
Beadle Memorial Presbyterian church
at Cape Mav Point.
Omaha, Ned., June 22.—Nicholas
Foley, who murdered Mrs. Pomeroy
Clark, at Elgin, was this morning
taken from the deputy sheriff, who
had captured him, and hanged to a
bridge, near the scene of his crime.
Washington,,Juno 22.—-The re
cent small offerings of bonds has re
sulted in a steady increase in the
treasury surplus, which, according to
the treasurer’s statement issued to day,
amounts to 865,225,000.
pimple 011 him.
I cannot say enough in praise of the Cuticura
Remedies. My lx>y, who when one year of
age, was so bad with eczema that ho lost all his
hair. Hisscalp was covered with emotions,
which the doctors said was scald head, and
iiuutuia naiu •>*•***'* *•*•■*•»
r would nevergrow again. pair-
re from physicians 1 began tho use
, Remedies, and, am happy to say,
His hair is
that bis hair
ing of a cure
of Cuticura l, U u.^-v •
with the most perfect success. — —
splendid and there is not a pimple on him.
recommend the Cuticura Remedies as the most
speedy, economical, and sure cure for skin dis
eases of infants anti children, and feel that ev
ery mother who has an afflicted child will
thank me for so doing.
Krs. M K. WOOD8UM, Norway, Me
A Fcrer Norc Eight Year* Cured.
I must extend to you the thanks of one of my
customers, who has been cured by using Cuticu**
ra Remedies, of an old sore, caused by a long
spell of sickness or fever eight yaars ago. He
was so bad ho was fearful he would have to
have his leg amputated, but is happy to say he
...nil unlllul ml !1 ilnllnr. lift
When you are con
templating a pur
chase of anything in
our line, no matter
how small may be
the amount involved
entirely*well,—sound as V dolla —
requests me to use his name, which is II. II.
Cason, merchant of this place.
JOHN V. MINOR, Druggist,
" • sboro.T
Severe Scale Disease Cured,
A few weeks ago my wife suffered very much
from a cutaneous disease of the scalp, lanii
celvoil no relief from the various rcinciilos she
used until she tried Cuticura. Tlio disease
droundly yielded to this treatment, and in -
. .* -1- lien,,, ,i'ntl T IPTfl II*
short wiiuVsho was entirely well. There lias
been no return of the disease and Cuticura
ranks x°* 1 in onr estimation for diseases of the
By coming to look
over our large and
well selected stock of
Clothing, Gents’ Fur
nishing Goods, Hats,
etc., that is new and
' Rev. J. PRESSLEY BARRETT, D. D.
Raleigh, N. C.
Arc a positive euro Tor every form of skin,
scalp, and bleod diseases, with loan of hair, from
pimples to scrofular, except p-Msibly itclitliyo-
Sold everywhere. Price, Cuticura, 5oc.; Soap,
25.: Resolvent, $1. Prepared by tho Pottcj
Drug and Chemical Co., Boston, Mass
irsrScnd for “How to Cure Skin Diseases
G4 pages, 50 illustrations, ami 100 testimonials.
DIDV’C Skill and seatp preserved and bcauti-
dAdi u pen by Cuticura Soap. Absolutely
B. A. HASS.
A verdict will probably he reached
in the Wooifolk case to-day, as it is
more than probable that Col. Gucrry
closed for the state last nigut. The
general impression is thet the verdict
will be guilty.
’ Coarsely vs Hoarsely.
The types made us say, in Sunday
morning’s issue, that the republicans
were “coarsely” howling for pap. It
uas written “hoarsely” howling. The
mistake was not a bad one, after all.
In any event the howling goes on all
the same. Hogs never attacked a
trough of slops or a swill tub with
more avidity and persistency,than have
the average republican, the powers
that be, those who have the distri
bution of the public patronage. It is
said that many prominent republicans,
those supposed to have “flucnce”with
the administration—have actually had
to leave Washington or conceal their
places of residence there. The pres
sure lias simply been terrific. And
there is no let up in it. Nor will there
be so long ns a single office remains
unfilled. We leave out the pension
horde. They are simply a set of vu'
lures, determined to break into the
treasury. But so long asTanntr “totes”
the key there is no necessity lor bur
glarizing. Tanner will give them the
Chandler’s car gives bright promise
ot becoming a National issue. It has,
already, elected him to the United
States Senate. He is indebted to Jo
Blackburn for the honor.
It is gratifying to notice that very
ubstantial contributions to the fund
jr the flood sufferers come from the
hildren of our nation. A beautiful
aonument it is to the spirit ofourpeo-
ile, and to the national character. No
letter evidence could be produced to
how that Young America is posses cd
f true grit.
The great gucstion now agitating
ic public mind is:
Doee Wnnamakcr’s yacht carry bait
i its Sunday excursions? And docs the
ous breeches maker, and B. Harrison,
oil a line in the wake of the vessel as
ic rides the Sunday waves of Chesa
Hartford, Conn., June 22,—Gov.
tlkley signed the new secret ballot
Weather and Crops.
Washington, June 22.— Following
is the weather crop bulletin of the
fignal service for the past week:
The week ending June 22, has
been slightly warmer than usual, gen
erally throughout all the agricultural
regions east of the Mississippi river.
More than the usual amount of
rain is reported from Georgia and
Tennessee, while well distributed
showers occurred in the South Atlan
tic states and Virginia. The rain
fall for the season continues in excess
on the Atlantic coast from New
York southward to South Carolina,
and from the Missouri valley south
ward to tho West Gulf coast. The
large deficiency in tho rainfall pre
viously reported from the Ohio val-
lev and Tennessee has been reduced
niid at present the rainfall in this
section generally exceeds 70 per cent
for the passage of an Act at the July session,
of The Georgia Legislature, entitled,
. AN ACT
-orporatc the. town of Meigs, in the
county of Tliomns, and to provide for the
J. D. NELSON.
Meigs, Ga., Jane 25, ISMl.
Where Lee Surrendered.
Richmond, Va., June 23.—A dis
patch from Appomattox Court House
to the Richmond Times says. A gen
tleman by the name of Middleton,
from Washington, D.C., is buying and
taking options on all the lands upon
which Gen. Robert E. Lee surrender
ed. lie has already bought Captain
Kindred’s places, old Jack Raine's
tavern and property and William
Ross’property, upon which General
Lee surrendered. He is now trying
to buy the old brick building in which
the articles of capitulation were
drawn and signed by Gencralsl.ee
and Grant. Mr. Middleton has bought,
up to this time, about 1,500 acres of
land, and has option on several other
tracts. What he is going to do with
the property is not known, hut our
citizens think he is representing a
Sydney, N. 8* W., June 22.—Sev
enty miners were entombed in the pit
at New Castle, and it was doubtful
whether they could he rescued alive.
All were rescued, however, with the
exception of two, whose bodies were
GEN ERA M.Y I’A von AI1LE.
The weather was generally favor
able for growing crops in all the dis
tricts except Tennessee,Mississippi and
Texas, where excessive rains caused
some damage to wheat and cotton
Reports from these states show that
crops arc growing rapidly but bccom
Harvesting of wheat, barley and
clover is in progress as far north as
the central portions of Ohio, Indiana
and Illinois, but the work has been
retarded by the frequent rains, and ia
some sections the harvested crops
have been slightly injured by the
Reports from Kentucky state that
the tobacco crop is excellent.
High temperature and general
mins in Louisiana were very favora
ble, and, doubtless, greatly improved
the corn, cane and rice crops.
In the east and central portions of
the cotton region all crops were, favor
ably affected. The wheat harvest is
about completed and the crop pros
pects arc reported as fine.
Mr. Thos. C. Lee, proprietor of the
Lee Hotel, Arkadclphia, Ark., says
that Swift’s Specific has so strength
cncd his wife for her labors as hostess
that he can recommend and empha
size the assertion that as a tonic for
ladies and children S. S. S. has no
Notice is hereby given that wc will ask
Irc.sli lot of Rnllu
“Our Pauline" nml
1*3 ELSE FLOURS.
... G. DROWN,
The Jackson St. Grocer.
\\ r e make a specially of brackets
and scroll work, and can make any
stvle or design called for.
Snodgrass & Smith,
i; 23 l\v Tliomasville Mills.
Shingles and laths at bottom pric
Come and see ns before you place
your orders. Snodgrass & Smith,
t; 23 lw Tliomasville Mill
Conlraetofs and builders will find
that wo iiave seasoned flooring and
ceiling of tlm best quality. Our price
will be found satisfactory.
Snodgrass & Smith,
i; 23 lw Tliomasville Mill
EVERY MUSCLE ACHED?
Sharp aches, Dull rains, Strains
4 and weaknesses relieved in one inin-
—- A ute liy the Cuticura Auti-l’ain Rlas-
Pho itrst amt only instantaneous pain-kill
ter. i nc .............
ing, strengthening plaster. 2a cents
Old ladies half doth
made, worth $2,(HI, sold at
fo $1.00, $L25, $1.50,
I will sell at public auction, fur cash, to
the highest bidder, on the corner of ISroad
and Jackson streets, on Saturday, July Gtli
nt 11 o'clock a. in., live Fruit* Evaporators of
tho best make. Don’t fail to he on hand
promptly nt the hour named, and tiny a bar
gain. GEORGE 1* EARN.
Visitors arc cordially invited fo at
lend the closing exercises at the Alri-
can Baptist church,on Madison street,
on Tuesday. June 2o, at 10 a. in.
Mrs. W. L. Gordon,
wit ds " Principal.
William Halley & Co.,
imiiuit'e, Carpets, bedding, Children’s
Carriages, Wall Paper and Window Shades,
Straw mattings, Rugs, etc. The best styles
and lowest prices in the city,
GEO. W. FORRES,
0-1 it'd Musury Building’
Our crates are dressed, all wooi\>
and I hev make a very neat and at
tractive package. Fruit nicely packed
always sells best.
Snodgrass & Smith,
(i 23 lw Thoinasviltc Mills.
There Is an end to all things, so the
people say, but there ts no end to the
splendid lilting clothing made at 81
Broad street. Cleaning and repairing
done in the neatest manner. Give mo
a call John Kenny.
TI1K INVALID’S HOPE-
Many seemingly incurabte eases ot blood
poison, catarrh, scrofula and rheunm
tism have been cured by 11. It. It. (Rotanic
lltood Ralm , made by the Rlood llalm Co.,
Atlanta, Ga. Write to them for book lilted
with convincing proof.
G. W. R. ltaulcr, living seven miles from
Athens, Ga., writes: "For several years I
sslt'ered with running ulcers, which doctors
treated and pronounced incurable. A single
bottle of R. lb R. did me more good than nit
the doctors. I kept on using it and every
Mr. B. F.. Whaley is a prominent
merchant of lluston, La. He says he
has sold Swift’s Specific to many per
sons, and knows of some wonderful
cases of blood diseases, and has never
heard of a failure to cure. Several
cases of contagious blood poison were
cured after all the doctors and all oth
er remedies had failed.
1). C\ Kinard A Son, TotvaUgn, Ga.. writes:
“We induced a neighbor to try II. II. II. for
catarrh, which he thought incurable, as it
had resisted all treatment. It delighted him.
and continuing its use, he \\n3 cured spqpq
and well. ’
II. M. Lawson, Last Point, Ga., wnlps;
*My wife had scrofola 15 years. She^ kept
COMMISSION - MERCHANTS.
Melons a Specialty.
107 WEST STREET,
New York County National
JOSEPH PIKE'S SON,
—And Dealer la—
Foreign and Domestic Fruits,
Florida & Georgia Fruits
08 PA It It 1’I.ACE. NEW YORK
Melons and LeConte Pears Solicited.
Represented in ThoinasTille by
Brown and John \Y. Mitchell
©rowing worse. She lost her hair and her
skin broke out fearfully. Debility, cmacit-
tion and no appetite foil
IIUU a»»M II*» Mj/,.v ...-
cians and numerous advertised medicines
failed, I tried D. 1L 1L, and her recovery was
rapid and complete.**
suumuiium «»•« . ..v•
jj, JJ. B. has proven to be the only incdiciQQ
that ^aro me relief."
Wednesday. June kJGth.
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. Wc
get the choice of the
best goods on the
market, andbuy and
sell them at
Ion can flepenJ Upon It
-FARR FOB ftOfTXP TRIP FROM-
Tliomasville $ 2 60
Quitman 2 23
Valdosta 2 00
This will be the cheapest and onlyoxcurslon
run this season, so don't fall to go down and
see tho eights at Tybeo and Savannah Train
unu —WBMW IlgllM BV I/ wo »i»u siHuiiunii ii'Ril
Oliver Secor, Baltimore, Md., writes:. "I leaves ThorasArille at T :i5 p,m.; Quitman i
suffered from weak back and rheumatism, p. m.; Valdosta9.88p._m.picket* to be had
irora committee on board train.
P. 8.—NO COLORED PEOPLE ALLOWED.
That our prices are
the lowest, our as
sortment tho most
complete, and our
quality the highest.
Dqnt fq,il to call on
G. H. YOUNG & GO
Clothiers and Furnishers.