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^TnTsDAV. JPJ.V 2, lH8l.
The legislature meets to morrow.
Gov. Taylor, of Tennessee, still pro
tects the Georgia pistol toters.
The sons of Mrs. Hayes acted as
pall bearers at her funeral.
Georgia still maintains her proud
title, the “Empire State of the South."
The mosquito doesn’t wait until the
1st of the month to present his hill.
The physicians of Johnstown and
vicinity declare that the loss of life by
the late disaster will reach 10,000.
Six men have been indicted as prin
cipals or accessories in the murder of
Dr. Cronin. Every one of the six are
members of the Clan-na-Uael gang.
Chicago has absorbed all suburban
places. This adds 200,000 to her
population, making it, in the aggre
gate, 1,100,000'.' This makes Chicago
the second city in point of population
on the continent.
The appointment of Mr. Phelps, of
New Jersey, as minister to Germany,
is regarded as one of the best appoint
ments made by Harrison. He will
make a creditable representative
The excitement among the negroes
in Liberty county over the false
Christ, a white man from Ohio, is
still unabated. Scores ot these de
luded people have quit their homes
and crops to follow the fraud.
All efforts to check the fire which
started in Cascade county, near San
Coules, two days ago, are unavailing.
Advices up to last night show that it
has covered an area of over 100
square miles and has destroyed the
best hay ground in the vicinity.
The returns of the Savannah, Florida
and Western railway reached the comp
troller general to-day. The total v.il
nation is $3,321,775 S9- The comp
troller has not indicated whether the
returns will be accepted.
Judge Speer’s action in finiug Jail
or Birdsong, of Macon, fifty dollars
for abusing, as alleged, a federal pris
oner, is not approved, by the public.
The states are justly jealous of the in
terference of federal Judges in afiairs
which properly belong to the states.
Rosenthal, the man who lias been
swindling melon growers along the line
of the S. F. & W. Ry., by giving, ns
is alleged, bogus checks in payment,
has been arrested. The authorities of
Brooks county will set on him.
The Telegraph has footed up the
expenses, to date, ot the Woolfolk case.
He has had five trials. The expense
to Bibb county, so far is $ 16,949.41.
And the end is not yet. Tom is prov
ing an expensive criminal to LLbb
The death rate among the whites is
estimated at 14.74 per 1,000, and
among the colored 17.28. This is the
census returns, hut as the omissions
were probably much greater in the
^case of the colored, the disparity is
probably much greater between the
two. The death rate among the males
is slightly greater than among lemales.
For every 1,000 deaths among females
there are 1,074 among males.
McDow a Frco Man.
The verdict of the jury in Charles
ton, setting free Dr. McDow, charged
with the killing of Capt. Dawson, is 11
disappointment. Capt. Dawson lost,
his life in trying to protect a defense
less servant girl from a libertine. It
was generally conceded that the pres
ence of seven negroes on the jury
pointed to an acquittal, or at least a
mistrial. Capt. Dawson had been a
power in the democratic party in
South Carolina. No man was more
feared by the republicans in that state.
Political prejudice had its influence.
We append the following extract from
the Judge’s charge:
After defining the various grades of
homicide, he said: “I can find noth
ing in the law to assert that a man's
home extends more protection than an
office, except that only those having a
right can enter the house, hut the
office being public*, to a certain extent
any one can enter it. If the youn
lady's connection with the Dawson
family was such as she desires, it was
a high duty for him to divert her
from wrong, and if he went into the
office as her protector, he is not to he
regarded as a trespasser. A man,
after legally entering an office, may
by offensive conduct become a tres
passer. Angry words are no excuse
for homicide. The accused is not the
judge of the necessity of taking life,
but the jury arc to judge of this
The following brief summary of the
scene following the. announcement of
the verdict will show the animus of
the lecliug among the colored race
Down-stairs Dr. McDow passfcd
through the lobby of the rear door.
Here a grand reception awaited him.
About .‘100 negroes, under the lead of
John Fraser, a negro hackman, lmd
assembled. As the procession emerged
and McDow entered the triumphal
carriage’, which awaited him, Fraser
flung his hat in the air and the dusky
crowd responded with repeated cheers.
Then the carriage drove off, the black
mob following on a trot, and cheering
until they were left behind. McDow,
it is said, was driven to his house on
Rutledge street. His future move
ments are not known. This evening
the negroes arc rejoicing in an undis
guised manner over the verdict. They
regard it as a victory over the white
race and a retaliation for Capt. Daw
son’s editorial on the Pickens lynch-
In many instances trials by jury
have degenerated into a farce. The
sacrcdncss of an oath, to try a case on
its merits, is, too frequently, lost
Balancing the Books.
The fiscal year closes to-day. A11
interesting statement of our foreign
commerce for the eleven months end
ed June 1st has been issued by the
bureau of statistic. The total value
of our merchandise exports for those
eleven months was $001,137,927
against 8651,327,797 for the same
period last year. Our merchandise
imports were $083,900,990 against
8G61,030,865 for the same period of
the preceding fiscal year. Up to the
close of June last year our exports
were $10,000,000 less than our ex
ports, hut this year the value of our
exports exceeds that of imports by
over $10,000,000 with June’s account
to he made up. In June of last year
wc imported goods to the value of
$62,000,000 while our exports
amounted to only $14,000,000. If
this record shall bo duplicated by
that of the month now closing, there
will he a balance against us for the
fiscal year of about $6,000,000, which
is about one-third the adverse balance
of the fiscal year. Our imports of
precious metals exceeded exports
the fiscal year of 1888 by $13,000,000,
hut for the first eleven months of the
current fiscal year our exports exceed
ed by nearly $50,000,000, and this ex
cess will be still further increased by
the account of our large exports of
gold during June.—Macon Telegraph.
The assessors for the Georgia, South
ern and Florida reported to day, in
creasing the company’s returns nearly
$250,000. This board found $17,000
of real estate not returned by the road
by oversight. The value of the 150
miles of road bed and track was in
creased from $ 1,064,000 to $ 1,206,616,
and the total valuation is placed at
The Constitution is engaged in
whooping up two big Atlanta enter
prises—the Chautauqua and the Ex
position this fall. The Constitution
is a good whooper.
Fiftccu years ago Brush, of the are
electric light, was a newspaper repor
ter at 815 a week. Now lie has a
million-dollar house at Cleveland, and
I .on don, June 29.—Mail advices
from West Africa confirm the previous
reports ol the shocking privations to
which Stanley has been subjected. It
is staied that his hair has turned snow
while, that Ins dollies are rags and
that he is without shoes, being obliged
10 use skins to cover his feet.
Johnstown, I’a., June 30.—This
has been the quietest Sunday since
the disaster. The number ot visitors
was not large, and most of them went
tu the broken dam. Religious ser
vices were held on the street corners
by people whose churches had been
washed away. The dirision of the
local funds will lake place to-morrow.
Nkw York, June .30.—The “Sulli
van special” train, containing about
200 well-known sporting men of New
York and Boston, left New York via
the West Shore railroad to-night.
Sullivan nnd his trainer will board
the train upon its arrival in Rochester
on Monday morning.
Chari,RSTO.v, S. C., June 30.—Dr.
McDow, after his release from the jail
yesterday afternoon, was followed to
his residence by hundreds of black
admirers, many of whom went into
the premises through the gate. At
night he held a reception at his resi
London, June 30.—One person was
killed and two dangerously wounded
by’ a balloon, in which they were
making ail ascension, catching ill the
machinery gallery at the Paris cxlii
bition grounds to-day and detaching
It appears to cost the people of this
country about fen cents apiece to he
counted, calculates the Chicago Her
ald. The appropriation for the cen
sus of next year is 86,100,000. The
original appropriation for the census
begun in 1880 was $3,000,000, hut as
the work progressed from year to year
additional sums were appropriated,
and the former figures do not portend
a census report proportionally bigger
than (lie present one. Over 10,000
enumerators will he employed in addi
tion to a force ot 1-100 clerks at the
main office in Washington.
I.:iM seen Monday morning near Jno.
Wilsons, five miles northeast of town. Ray
hors,, Hack' points, small white spol in fore
head, six years old. Ilis return to me will
7 2 »12t wit Jos. Hansel! Mcrrril.
A large bunch of keys. Finder will he lib
orally rewarded by leaving same at this of-
Reid A (tillpepper are keeping up with the
procession, they have secured the agency of
the famous Star Mineral Water, the Hr.
preparation known lor dyspepsia. It
iinrantccd to cure. * -1 0 tl
Wagon llriehin, Plow Bridle
Wagon Lines, Maine Strings, Plow
Lines, Buggy Backs and the like sold
al a sai rifiec at Pickett's Cash Store
Old ladies linlf cloth shoes, custom
made, wnrlli $2.00. sold at Pickett’s
for $1,000, 1.25, $1.50.
Mrs. Hayes once said: “When I die
I want my funeral to be relieved as
much as possible ol mournful aspect,
I want plenty of flowers.” Her wishes
were remembered and were carried
out as far as possible. The funeral
cards had no border of black and
there was an abundance of beautiful
flowers in the room where her remains
lay. The coffin was-literally covered
New York dailies, Times, World. Tribune
and Herald, Macon Telegraph and Atlanta
and Savannah dailies, every uav.
Miss ad die McClelland,
T.icrn is an end to all tilings, so the
people say, but then) is no end to tho
splendid fitting clothing made at 81
Broad street. Cleaning and repairing
done in the neatest manner. Give mo
a cull John Kenny.
NOT A PIMPLE ON HIN NOW.
Bnd with F.x/.rnm. Hair nil Clone.
.SenIp covered with rruptioiiM.Thotluht
Itiw hair would n.fVer grow. by
remedic*, llair splendid ;aud not n
piuiple on him.
es. My h _
age, was so bail with oezema that he lost all his
hair. His scalp was covered with eruptions,
which the doctors said was scald head, and
that Ills halt would nevergrow again. Despair
ing ot a cure from physicians 1 began tho use
ot Cuticura lie medics, and, am happy to say,
with the most perfect success. His hair is now
splendid and there is not a pimple on him. I
recommend the Cuticura Remedies as tho most
speedy, economical, and suro cure for skin dis
eases of iufants and children, and feel that ev
ery mother who has an alilictcd cltfhl will
A Fcrcr More Eight Year* Cured.
1 must extend to you the thanks of one of my
customers, who has boon cured by using Cuticu-
ra Remedies, of an old sore, caused l>y ia long
spell of sickness or fever eight yaars ago. Ho
was so had ho was fearful ho would have to
have ills leg amputated, hut is happy to say he
is now entirely well,—sound as a dollar. Ho
requests me to use his name, which Is H. II.
Cason, merchant of this place,
JOHN V. MINOR, Druggist,
Ncverv Hcnlc IHseanc Cured,
A few weeks ago my wife sutfored very much
from a cutaneous disease of tho scalp, laud re
ceived no relief from the various remedios sho
used until she tried Cuticura. The disease
dromptly yielded to this treatment, and in a
short while she was entirely well. There has
been no return or the disease and Cuticura
ranks vo. 1 in our estimation for diseases of the
skin. ‘ Rev. J. l’RESSLKY RARRETT, I). D.
Raleigh i N, C.
Cuticura He medic*.
Arc a positive cure for every form of skin,
scalp, and blood diseases, with loss of hair, from
pimples to scrolular, except possibly itchthyo-
Sold everywhere. Price, Cuticura, 5oc.; Soap,
25.; Resolvent, $1. Prepared by tho Potter
Drug and Chemical Co., Boston, Mass
CJr'Send for “How to Cure Skin Diseases,"
01 pages, 60 illustrations, and 100 testimonials.
TAKE A BEST.
Excursion tickets at low rates will be
sold to all summer resorts throughout the
country by the East Tennessee, Virginia nnd
Georgia Railway, commencing Jnne
good to ret u
1, is for ret:
l on or before October 31st.
orviee with Pullman cars.
R. W. WRENN,
Gen. Pass, nnd Ticket Agt.
house, below the Mnsury Ho-
. Applv to
' E. M. MALLETTE.
Is a form of blood poison which de
scends from parent to child; sometimes
it omits one generation to appear in
the next. It is a taint which must be
eradicated from the system before
cure can be made. Swift’s Specific
drives out the virus through pores of
the skin, and thus relieves the blood of
the poison. Mercury and potash mix
tures dry up the sores of scrofula and
other blood diseases, only to bottle up
the poison in the system, which of
course is certain to break out at some
weak spot, as the throat, nasal organ*
Judging from what I have seen, l
regard Swift’s Specific the king patent
medicine of the day. I know several
persons who have been permanently
cured of serious cases of blood poison
by its use after prolonged and unsuc
cessful use of various other remedies.
James C. Tatton,
Attorney at law, Dallas, Texas.
NOTIOE TO ROAD COMMISSIONERS.
Tim Hoard ol County Commissioners or
ders that nil roads in tlic county be put in
thorough condition, ns the law requires, by
August 10th, and that all mile posts and
ign boards tie placed on nil roads by same
date. The district commissioners must in
spect nnd receive roads and report condition
to tile Hoard.
Ry order of tbe Hoard.
J. A. BULLOCH,
Chai n Com. on Roads and Bridges.
Will be sold before the court house door
in Thomnsville, Thomas county, Ga., during
the legal hours of sale, on the first Tuesday
n August, 1889, all the real estate, consisting
of town lots and houses located in the town
of Boston, Thomas county, belouging to the
estate of the late II. M. Butler, deceased.
Terms of sale, cash.
-2-1 m 1\ II. BUTLER, Adm’r.
GEi * RGI A—Thomas County:
Whereas L. F. Thompson, Admr. estate
of Albert W. Quartcrinan, deceased, repre-
icnts to the court in bis petition that he has
fully administered said estate, all persons
hereby cited to show cause, if any they
can, why said administrator should not be
discharged from his administration and rc-
lctters of dismission on the lirst Mon
day in October, 1880.
Jos. ft. MruniLL,
2 3m. Ordinary Thomas Co. Ga.
Two, No. I, Good Horses for sale by*
u. a. Bass.
EVERY MUSCLE ACHED?
Sharp aches, Dull Rains, Mcraiim
l and weaknesses relieved in one min-
, j ute by the Cuticura Anti-Pain l'liwi-
ter. l he dint and only Instantaneous pain-kill-
Ing, strengthening plaster. 25 cents.
For the next 00 days I will
sell any article in my stock at
the lowest prices ever known
in the millinery business of
Here arc samples: Straw
Hats, all shapes and colors,
selling at from 50 cents to §1,
vourfhoicc at 20c. Ribbons,
sold everywhere at 50e. 75c.
and SI, your choice at 25c.,
35c. and 50c. Plumes and
feathers, milliners’ prices Si,
S2 and S3, you may have at
50c., SI and SI.50. Hunch
flowers and sprays, price else
where 75c., $1.25 and $2; your
choice for 40c., (55c. and $1.
Black hose, fast colors, 25c. per
pair. Towels 2c. each. Hand
kerchiefs 5c. to 10c., worth 20c.
My styles are latest, stock
fresh, prices incomparable.
Ladies from the country will
find it p .rticularly to their in
terest to call. Leave your
wraps and packages at my
store; will take good care of
them, and be glad to* see you
whether you purchase from
mp or not.
Mrs. Jennie Carroll,
Lower Broad Milliner.
Passknckr Dp t ft. F. & W. Rv„
Thomasville, Ga., Is. Jiiii#*, 1889. 1
Alexander, N, C $22 70
All Healing Springs, N. C 23 10
Asheville, N. C 22 To
Anniston, Ala .1 7 40
Black Mountain. N. (' 23 (50
Big Tunnel, Vn. 30 00
Blue Ridge, Yu 30 00
Cumberland Falls, Ky 23 05
Flat Rock, X. C 22 50
French Lick Springs, Ind., via Mont
Hendersonville, X. C
Hickory, X. C
Hot Springs, Va
Marion, N. C
Mount Airy, Ga
Newport News, Va
Niagara Falls, X. V. via Cincinnati...
Old Point Comfort, Va. via A. C. L.
Powder Springs, Ga
Spartanburg, ft. C
Tate Springs (Morristown)
Tallulah Falls, Ga
Tryon, X. C
Wallialla, ft. C.
Warm Springs, Ga 12 70
West Baden Springs, Ind., via Mont
gomery 30 75
White Sulphur Springs, Ga 15 25
White Sulphur Springs, West Vn 34 50
Tickets on sale June 1st to September 30tb,
1883. Good to return not later than Octo
ber 31st, 1880.
The above named points urc only a few ol
the Summer resorts to which tickets are
Should parties desire information in re
gard to places not mined iti the above list,
I will cheerfully give it to them.*
F. M. Van DYKE,
Passenger k Ticket Agent,
W. P. HARDEE,
Gen. Passenger Agent,
5 1 90
When you are con
templating a pur
chase of anything* in
our line, no matter
how small may be
the amount involved
tars ii Fruit- Growers.
1 will sell iif public auction, for cash, to
the highest bidder, on the corner of Broad
and Jackson streets, on Saturday, July Gth,
at 11 o’clock a. in., five Fruit Evaporators of
the best make. Don’t fail to be pn band
romptly at the hour named, and buy a bar
gain. GEOJIGE FKARX.
Many secmmgly incurable cases*of blood
poison, catarrh, scrofula nnd rheuma
tism have been cured by B. B. B. (Botanic
Blood Balm), made by the Blood Balm Co.,
Atlanta, Ga. Write to them for book tilled
with convincing proof.
G. W. B. Raider, living seven miles from
Athens, Ga., writes: “For several years I
suffered with running ulcers, which doctors
treated and pronounced incurable. A single
bottle of B. B. B. did me more good than all
tho doctors. I kept on using it and every
1). C. Kinard k Son, Towaliga, Ga., writes:
‘We induced a neighbor to try 1). B. U. 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. *
U. M. Lawson, East Point, Ga., 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. After physi
cians nnd numerous advertised medicines
failed, I tried B. B. B., nnd her recovery was
rapid and complete.”
Oliver Secor, Baltimore, Md., writos: “I
suflered from weak back and rheumatism.
" • H. H. has proven - to be the only medicine
that gave me relief.”
Purchase your crates a
now p.nd make them
up before the rush
comes. We handle
crates made from
Gum wood only, there
fore y#U need not be
afraid of your Pears
partaking of the taste
and smell of pine.
L. F. Thompson & Co.
And a Yard Wide.
Our Pear Crates are
all pine, aud not gum
sides, top and bottoms
aud pine heads, like
some advertise. Pine
crates will not affect
the pears in any way.
8 cents is all we ask
for (,ho best crate in
Snodgrass & Smith.
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
b e fou nd. We
get the choice of the
best goods on the
market, andbuy and
sell them at
You cad Depend Upon It
That our prices are
the lowest, our as
sortment the most
complete, and our
quality the highest.
Dont fail to call on
0. H. YOUNG & GO
Clothiers and Furnishers.