THE DAILY TIMES-ENTERPRISE.
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H. ■. BI7BB, Basiaeu
A Good Bill. *
Simmoms, of Sumter, has introduced
a bill to appoint a jail inspector for the
slate. All jails arc to be inspected
once a year, or oftener, if necessary.
The jail inspector is to be appointed
N. Y., duly 0— A
cloud-burst washed away the Central
railroad tracks between Akin and
Tribes Hill station's, about five miles
by the governor, and for a term of four west of Amsterdam, this afternoon,
In order te insure pr, mpt insert!, n, all
advertisements, changes, locals, etc., should
te handed In by noon be ore the day of pub-
■ IIISISISS HOTICIt.
Parties leaving TUomasville for the sum
mer enn have the Tivks-Isvt.bnose sent to
any address for SO cents per month. Ad
dresses can be changed as often as is desired
THURSDAY, JCLT It, 18*!. |
Atlanta is full of Sheriffs.
It is now claimed by Kilrain s friend
that he was in no condition to fight.
years. His annual salary is fixed ...
$2,000. It is stipulated that the in
spector must he a competent physician
and a resident of the state.
The inspector shall have power and
authority to condemn all jails not con
structed with a view to comfort and
sanitary conditions, and if he deem.,
best, to order any and all necessary
When it becomes necessary to tear
down a jail or change it, the inspector
shall make a detailed account of ali
work to be done, to the judge of the
superior court of th.te county. This
report is to be carefully examined by
the judge, and he is to judge of the
necessity of the changes proposed
His order shall be a final judgment to
the ordinary, or the county commis
sioners, as the one or the other controls
the county revenues. The expense of
such condemnation or change is to be
met by the county like all other cur
Thomas county will be ready for the
inspector when her new jail is com
Savannah had another fire yesterday
Fires arc getting very common in that
A Kansas woman knocked a burglar
in the head, who had broken into her
house, the other night. These Kansas
women art bad ones to fool with.
The New Orleans Picayune very
sensibly remarks that education docs
not hurt a young man if he has good
common sense to go with it.
A good bill for the legislature to
pass: Establishing a geological bu
reau, and providing for the uncovering
of Georgia’s mineral wealth.
The railroad committee in the house
has decided, unanimously, in favor
of leasing, and against selling the state
road. This action will be very gener
The general judiciary committees
of the House will favorably report a
bill providing for county taxation of
railroads, The bill has been before
several legislatures but has never be
fore had a fivorable report.
The Pavement of the Future.
The best of all pavements, as lias
been shown by experience in our own
and foreign cities, is made of asphalt.
When asphalt first came into use in
this country it was largely made
with coal tar, and proved defective in
many ways; afterward the methods and
materials used in the Old World were
imported and gave excellent results.
* * * The result of the experience
of the last ten years has clearly shown
that the pavement made with the Trin
idad asphalt is equal to any in the
world and superior to any other kind
of pavement in use. Its excellencies,
cleanliness, silence and salubrity are
so apparent that no argument is now
needed to enforce them, and to these
may be added, and placed first on the
list, economy; for it costs as little and
lasts as long as any of her good pave
ment. and is much less trying to
horses, vehicles and human nerves.
It is rapidly growing in favor, and it is
not too much to say that it is the pave
ment of the future, and is destined itt
most localities to supercede all other
kinds.—Professor Newberry in .School
of Mines Quarterly.
The mill between Sullivan and Kil
rain seems to have stirred up a good
deal of belligerent bile. Atlanta had
four fights the day after the slugging
match. One man had his spectacles
knocked from his nose. This was the
principal damage done.
Kilrain, from all accounts, appears
be a very clever sort of a fellow, for a
bruiser. Public sympathy was largely
with him in his fight with Sullivan.
The latter is regarded as a great big
The legislature ought to pass a law
providing a pardon board for the
state. Jt is well nigh impossible for
a governor to give the necessary inves
tigation to the hundreds of such ap
The Baldwin I.ocomotivc oiks last
week turned out their ten thousandth
locomotive. The first engine built at
the works in 1861 weighed eight tons
the No. 10,000 weighed seventy five
A new religious sect has been started
in South Carolina, If they would
adhere more closely to the tenets of
the older religious denominations
in that state, there would lie fewer
murderers, and the latter would be
The Constitution pitches into Sul
livan with gloves off, so to speak, but
prudently reserves the right to amend
its remarks, provided: Mr. Sullivan
should return East via Atlanta. At
the hour of penning the fiery article it
was understood that the slugger would
return home by way of Louisville, Ky
A negro preacher was arrested in
Pittsburg, Pa., this week, charged
with having committed murder in
South Carolina, two years ago. He
had just called up monrners, and now
he mourns himself—in jail.
The state road lease question has
been made the special order for the
18th inst. The discussion will he a
lively one. The lease will go through
but there arc conflictings opinions
about who shall bid, the minimum
price and other restrictions.
Some patriotic citizen of Indian
apolis, Ind., tried to blow up the bar-
backs of the Salvation Army in that
city on Monday night. He shattered
the building pretty badly; but, unfor
tunately, did not destroy it.
Governor Lowry’s state militia needs
hauling over the coals. They allowed
trains with the law breakers, Sullivan
and Kilrain, to run right through them
The Mississippi soldier appears to
have dcteriorated.Thcse sluggers could
not have fought in Georgia. Gordon
backed by the crack military compa
nies of the state, would have knocked
them out on the first round.
There may be a more perfect picture
of supreme happiness in the woild than
a negro gamin with his head immersed
in the half of a Georgia melon, but we
have never seen it. Further than this
we are prepared to say that we would
make a journey to see a more perfect
picture of beatitude.
aiisitig another delay to all trains.
Trov, N. Y., July 9.—A telephone
message from Johnstown says: "The
town is in total darkness Ninebridg
cs were washed away. The electric
plant has been washed away, and also
three skin mills at Glovcrsvillc. One
body has been recovered. The water
is three feet deep in the village of Fon
At 12 o’clock to night the rain is
falling in torrents in Johnstown, and
the flood is assuming a terrible aspect.
Mills and sheds arc being carried rap
idly away. It is beginning to rain
here (Troy) and threatens to be a
Macon, Ga., July 9.—This after
noon George F. AN ork, of Fluladel-
phiti, and Henry Horne, of this city,
purchased the street railway system
for 875,000. The fiew purchasers will
put electric motors on the lines to take
the place of mules. They will take
charge at once.
Arri.K'roN, AY is., July 9.—August
Ilclz was called to his door by a doz
en AVhite Caps Sunday night. They
nttenpted to flog hint for alleged wife
beating. Belz drew a bowie knife
and slashed right and lett, cutting
number of his assailants, giving one a
probably fatal wound in tho stomach.
The AVhite Caps escaped with their
wounded and Belz got safely back in
to his house.
Aucusta, Ga., July 9.-A summary
of 135 replies to inquiries sent out by
the Augusta Exchange through sev-
tecn counties iu Georgia and Caroli
na, indicates the cotton crop to be
front five to twenty days late. Early
planting is as good as last season, but
late planting is small aud grassy.
The former is fruiting well, while the
latter is only beginning. The weather
for June has generally been favora
ble. The conditions arc regarded as
good for the season.
CnABXxsTos, July 9.—The Char
leston clergy were considerably exer
cised by the acquital of Hr. McDow
At a meeting of the ministerial union
yesterday, Rev. C. C. Pinckney', H.
D., rector of Grace Episcopal Church,
offered the following, which was
adopted by the union:
In view of the recent occurrences
.11 our midst, we. the ministerial un
ion, feel constrained to ndopt the lol-
That we proclaim our ahlior-
ence of murder, adultery and all
deeds of violence which defile the
land with blood and violate the laws
God aud man, aud deprecate all
demonstrations that seem to sanction
2. Resolved, That wc endeavor to
stimulate public conscience by setting
forth the divine law against reckless
shedding of human blood, and the
utrsc that law entails upon a commu
nlty which refuses to punislt crime.
3. Resolved, That wc invoke the
pulpit throughout the city and state
to unite with us in putting down the
deeds of violence which have so often
disgraced our land and exposed us to
the just rebuke of those who honor
the command. “Thou slmlt not kill,’
and “Thou shalt not commit adu
Blood llnmor*. ^
Balls, pimples, blotches on the skin,
eruptions, etc., evidence the fact that
the blood is not in a good condition.
These symptoms result trom the effort
of nature to throw off the impurities,
in which she should be assisted by
Swift’s Specific. This will remedy the
disturbance, and bring speedy and
permanent relief by forcing out the
poison, and will build up the system
from the first dose.
Alter recovery from a severe attack
ofcongestion of the brain and stomach,
my little son had a number of bad,
ulcers and running sores to come on
his head and body, which lasted for
four years. I tried all the doctors and
many remedies which were recommend
ed by other parties, but the sores still
grew worse, until I did not expect him
to recover. My friends were confident
that il the sores healed it would kill
him. I at length quit all other treat
ment and put him on Swift’s Specific,
and less than three bottles cured him
sound and well, and he is to-day a
sound and healthy child. S. S. S. also
cured a sore on another of my chil
R. J. McKinney,
Merit Win*. f
Wc dfsire to Fay to our citizens
j - - . tLit lor
years wc linvr Ijccii selling Dr. King’s New
Discovery lor Consumption, Dr. King’s .New
Life fills, llucklen’s Arnica Salve and ,Klec-
tric Hitters, and have never handled reme
dies that sell as well, or that have given
such universal satisfaction. We do not hesi
tate to guarantee them cvcrytimc and wc
stand ready to refund the purchase price, if
satisfactory results do not totlow their use
These remedies have won their great popu
lnrity purely on their merits.
S, J. Cassias’ Drug store.
Headquarters tor Drugs!
REID 8s CULPEPPER’S
120-122 Broad St., - Thomasville, Ga
: School and Blank Books, Stationery,:
Of every style. Piancs and Organs, Sheet Music, E c.
< UK AH IN MIND>
THAT TIJPV HAVE THE
Handsomest and Best kept Drug Store
Where you can fiuil fresli and pure drugs and get prescriptions compounded at all hours,
day or night, hy competent Pharmacists. They me only Hquihh’s preparations in the
prescription department and guarantee goods and prices.
REI1> A CULPEPPER, 120-122 Broad «t.
L. STEYERMAN A BRO.’S.
All male persons in the city of Thomas-
villc, between the ages of 10 and 50, except
those exempt hy law, are subject to street
duty. They have the option of paying $3
for street tax, and in default thereof, must
work 6 days on the street. Those not ex
empt nnd who do not pay til" tax arc order
ed to meet at city hall Monday, July 22d, at
9 o’clock, a. m., realtor work.
^ E. Ii. Wuiddox,
7-IO-tf Ch. Street Com.
Lessons in vocal music by Mrs. W- F.
Moss, Clay and Hardaway streets. Terms
There is an end to all things, so tho
people say, but there is no end to tho
splendid fitting clothing raado at 81
Broad street. Cleaning and repairing
dono in tho neatest manner. Givo mo
a call. John Kenny,
Lessons in vocal musicbj Mrs. W. I .Moss,
Clay and Hardaway sis. Terms reasonable.
The Chicago police arc still on the
hunt ’for the Cronin murderers. It
appears to he a still hunt. Still, they
may run them down. And they may
do it in tho “stilly” night.
Sullivan says lie will never enter
another ring to fight. Reform
better late than never.
Kansas claims to have made 120
bushels of wheat to the acre this year
And this when Kansas is a dry state
If it had been wet, the yield would
probably have reached 219 bushels,
Strength to vigorously push a busl-
ness, strength to study for a profession,
strength to regulato a household,
strength to do a day’s labor without
>hysieal pain. Do you doslro strength F
if you arc brokon down, have no energy,
loci as if life was hardly worth living,
you can be relieved and restored to ro
bust health and strength by taking
Brown’s Iron Bitters, a suro euro for
dyspepsia, mala via weakness and all dis
eases requiring a true, rcllablo tonio. It
acts on the blood, nerves and muscles,
and regulates every part of tho system.
Wings at $5 a Pair.
The Louisville Courier-Journal says,
with apparent earnestness: “There
is a claim in the patent office for a
patent on the Lord’s Prayer, tho spec-
lfication being that the repetition of
the same ‘rapidly in a loucl^ tone of
vniffft’ will cure stammering.”
It begins to look as if there is some
method in the Liberty county lunatic’s
madness. The "kyarload” of wings
that he told his followers that lie had
ordered out for them to fly into^ the
land ol Canaan with, has not arrived,
but he is collecting $5 a pair for the
wings, so that when they do come to
hand the chosen 360 will have nothing
to do but to buckle them, and soar
away into the land flowing with milk
and honey. If the fajsc leader suc
ceeds in collecting $5 apiece Horn his
entire flock, he will have a neat little
sum to fly away with himself.
'The reason why Bell has not been
put out of the way since he was ad
judged a lunatic, seems to he that there
is no room in the insane asylum tor
him, and the Liberty county au’.hou-
ties are not disposed to take charge
voice’ will cure stainmerin
AVc have been expecting some Yan
kee tc get up a corner on that prayer
for «ome time.
To Policy Holders in the Southern
Mntual insurance Company
I»lca.e tee u»i»t>out renewing your insurance
before liccillng the statements ramie against
tlie company hy interested nartlca; and remem
ber. t«». that we represent twelve other couipa
her tomtit* we ropresant twelve otner compa
nies beside the Mutual, that "Iter all the ad-
vantag.s of any or tho companies represented
by other agents hero.
ilANSELL Sc MERRILL
Cabbage, Turnips, Beets, Lettuce, Ac.
S. J. CASSELS,
118 Broad St.
T-w"© Cases o
At 31-2 Cents per Yard.
REMIEIME BER THE PLAOEl
T jm Steyerman & Bro.’s,
One Case 4-4 Bleaching At 6 l-&c.
Our Bargains the talk of the town. Com
petition completely baffled.
and be convinced.
L. STEYERIWAN & BRO.,
THOM AS VII JaK.
Headquarters for pure carbonated bever
ages, at wholesale and retail. Best soda
water with pure fruit juice flavors.
PAS3r.NT.KR Di*’t H. P. & W. Ky„
Thomasville, Ga., Is**June, 1889.
Alexander, X, C $22
All Healing Springs, X. C.
Asheville, X. 0
Black Mountain, X.C.
Blue Ridge, Vn
Cumberland Falls, Ky
Flat Rock, X. 0 ;
French Lick Springs, Iud., via Mont
Hendersonville, X. G. 22 70
Hickory, X.C 23 50
Hot Springs, Va 40 50
iOlu, On 1“ «?
,uray Caverns 35 °
L. SCHMIDT, Proprietor.
Ice Cream Parlors
Specially fitted up for the accpmmodation
* of the Ladies.
On draught also, the >rw Mexican
Non-alcoholic, delicious, cooling, vitalizing.
A NKRVE TOXIC. This delightful bever
age is not only the most palatable drink
ever dispensed from the soda fountain,, but
is as well a perfect tonic and system vitalizer.
It improves the appetite, aids digestion nnd
maintains the normal tone of healthy func
Reynolds, Hargrave & Davis, Prop’rs.
ROUGH & DRESSED
OFFICE, CHURCH & STORE,
Prepared from the nutritious properties
of pure fruit juices, combined with the ex
tract from a small tropical plant found in
lower Mexico, ot which the racdicinul prop
erties are invaluable, and its favor delicious.
It Cannot Be Used to Excess.
Wire Screen Doors aud Windows.} Sash,
Doors and Blinds
AND INSIDE HARDWOOD FINISH A
^CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED. -
Not ft foaming gas drink, causing belching
of wind and unpleasant effects after drink-
ing. No ethcral extracts or liquors, but a
solid thirst-quenching, delicious drink; nn
extremely pleasant and efficient tonic, over
which nine out often persons nrc enthusias
tic with praise.
I,uray Caverns 35 1 EVCrybOdY IAeS It
Marietta, Ga * ,
Marion, 34 So
Mount Airy, Ga J®
Newport News, Va 37 30
Niagara Fulls, N. Y. via Cincinnati... 45 55
Norfolk, Va 33 30
Old Point Comfort, Va. via A. C. L.... 39 30
Powder Springs, Ga 13 (5
Itoanoke, \’a...... 3 <) 90
Spartanburg, S. C 30 70
Tate Springs (Morristown) S I 90
Tallulah Falls, Ga 17 25
Toccoa, Ga I® 33
Tryon, N. C 31 55
Wnlhalla, S. C. 18 80
Warm'Sprlngs, Ga 12 70
West Baden Springs, Ind., via Mont
White Sulphur Springs, Ga 15 25
White Sulphur Springs, West Va 34 50
“Tickets on sulo June 1st to September 30tb,
Tseo. Good to return not later than Octo
tier 31st, 1899.
The above named points are only a few oi
the Summer resorts to which tickets arc
issued- .... ,, ,
Should parties desire raiortuution in re
gard to places not turned in the above list,
I w ill cheerfully give it to them.
F. M. V*x DYKE,
Passenger K Ticket Agent,
W. P. HARDEE,
Gen. Passenger Agent,
Everybody Wants It,
Everybody Drinks It.
‘FRUI MI/,,” the finesUhevcragcJiu
Proprietor Thomasville Bottling Works,
Fife & Beverly
-AND ALL KINDS OF-
We uro prepared to furnish auythlng wm
ed in the Lumbeu Line, Wo niako a spcclult
Mouldings, Turned Scroll Work.
The mostoleborato designs will bo faithful
ly apd correctly exoeutod. Wo operate tho
best equlppod mills, and carry tho largest
stock of so asoned lumber In Southern Geor
Cta, Parti »» wanting lumber wlllsavo money
by consulting us before placing their orders.
FIFE & BEVERLY
REAL ESTATE AG1VT,
OFFICE IN MITCHELL HOUSE BLOCK.
City ind Cojtlrj Proptrtt lor Salt.
And Taxes i*t Id.
Bring me a description oi your prosper
Only Genuine System of Memory Training!
Four Books Learned tn one reading,
nifiud wandering cured.
Every child and nd jU greatly benefltted.
* Orest inducements to G.irrospoads»ce Classes.
Proapestax, with opinions of Dr, Wm.A.”
inond, the world-Urn**d KpoelshstTn Mind D
iniel Greenlfaf Thoijipso.il, the f rsstj
I ID. WUllu-l«.reu