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The Daily times-enterprise. (Thomasville, Ga.) 1889-1925, July 16, 1889, Image 2

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JOIW TRIPLETT, - • • Editor. S. B. BURR, - Business Mnnager fh* Daily Tinss-KsTiisrsis* it publish'd every morning (Mondsy exc-pted.) The TVckklt Timts-KxTrarani is published every Ssturduy morning. e RrmcRirrioN Rates. Daily Tims-Ksri:»rmsr $5 00 WlWtY “ ..... I 00 Daily Advicrvip no Rates, Transient Rates.—$1.00 per square for the first insertion, and 50 eel ts for ca n subse quent insertion. One SqHare, one month, . ... t 5 00 One Square, two months .... 8 00 One Square, three month - - - 12 00 One Square, six months, - - - - 20 00 One Square, twelve montTS, - - - 35 00 ■TSubjeet to change by special arranf -mrnt. ; a. ■. HIKE, Business Haunter, Rt SINKSS NOTICE. Parties leaving Thomassille for the sum mer ean hare the Tiais-KlYineniaa sent to any address for 50 rents per month. Ad dresses can be changed as often as is desired. Tuesday, jult it;, nit:. Tom Wool folk is fattening at the expense of Bibb county. It is said that the Alliance is op posed to the Olive bill. Cloud bursts are getting to be very common. And they arc terribly de structive. Little Switzerland is bristling right up to Germany. Hurrah for the little republic. The officer who put the wristlets on Sullivan, in Nashville, is a bigger man than Bob Taylor. Put the State road on the block and lease to the man or corporation who will pay tho most for it. The longhaired spiritualists arc in session at Lookout Mountain, near Chattanooga. Atlanta sends a delega tion of fifty. Mako ’Em Too the Mark. When those who arc managing and running the Atlanta University (colored) undertake to adopt any of the “higher law” theories, they will find themselves left. They have vio latcd the laws made by the state gov erning that ami similar institutions,- thereby forfeiting the annual ap propriation of eight thousand dol lars per annum from the state. That institution sharesalike with the Uni versity of Georgia in the division of the land scrip fund. But they have mounted a high horse, declaring that the University shall lie conducted without regard to state statutes ami provisions. Georgia ought never to vote another dollar to that institution until it, like all other institutions iu Georgia, complies with Georgia laws. Georgia is doing as much for the colored children ns she is for the whites. They share equally with the latter, iu every dollar appropriated by the state fur school purposes. And it should lie remembered, in this connection, that the white tax payers of the state foot the hills. True, there is some income from the taxa tion of tiie colored race, but it is very little, comparatively. We hope the legislature will have tho nerve to make them toe the mark, the advice of Dr. Boggs to the contrary, not withstanding. Will He Resign? The Columbus Enquirer’s Atlanta Correspondent says: A well-known politician told me j\ day or two ago that he was now ratified that .Senator Brown will resign during this ses sion of the legislature. Ilis health is very had, ami it is said he is losing his eyesight. This gentleman said that Mr. Brown was anxious to resign now, hut that his son Julius was endeavoring to persuade him to hold on. lie was convinced, however, from what he had learned that the old gentle man's mind,was made up to retire from pub lic life. In such an event Governor Gordon A man was tried in Kentucky the other day for having married five women. He was discharged, the judge holding that it was punishment enough for a man to have lived with five different women. Maori, the hitherto unknown horse, finds himself famous. The beating of Ten Broeck’s time, 1:39}, the fastest ever made on a mile track, makes Maori the king of the turf. The friends of Charley Pearce,of Tal lahassee, will be pained to learn of his death recently. He was one of the most progressive men in middle Florida. Tallahassee will miss him. Atlanta just keeps on growing and improving. They will have two elec tric lines of railway in operation in a tlfcrt time. The Gate City is a hum- row. It is now thought that the<. question as to who was elected governor ol West Virginia at the last election, will be settled in 1899. The issue may, however, lap over into 1900. It is about this time of the year when the "oldest citizen” will mop his brow, and tell you that this is the warmest spell of weather he has ever seen. The oldest citizen has repeated the same thing for the past sixty-seven years. It would be a graceful thing if the Constitution would invite Sullivan to the Chautauqua. Mr. Sullivan might, in that event, forgive Grady for hit ting him below the belt, while he was trying to get away from Gov. Lowry. A member <4f the legislature want ed to adjourn from Friday until Mon- dify, in order to go home and look alter his crops. His constituents ought to allow him to stay at home next term and look after his crops all the lime. Mr. Harrell proposes to “see” I)r. elton, and ‘‘go several better.” The rst named gentleman proposes to cs- blish a high school, or branch ed ge, in each county in the state. It to be hoped that wise and prudent f -relation on the subject of higher ucation and common schools, will s the outcome of the agitation on the ibject. Col. Elliott F. Shepard, of the New ork Mail and Express, denounces •rime in die South” because Sullivan id Kilrain were not nrrested, yet reriooka the fact that on that very ty, under his very nose, and on !aten Island, two sluggers, Lynch id Danforth, fought a more brutal rlze fight, in which one of the parties id a jaw broken, and was borne from ie field insensible. Neither was nested. Colonel Shepard failed to )te that outrage.—Ex. would undoubtedly be elected ns bis success or. Georgia will lose one of her strong est representatives in congress when Senator Brown steps down and out. But the senator has not resigned yet. If hc]should, however, there isn’t a shadow of a doubt about Governor Gordon succeeding him. No man in the state stands so close to the people.. He stood by them, and with them, during the fiery ordeal of war, and they arc standing by him now. Givo Him More Room. Crown Prince Russell Hnnison is hobnobbing with the nobility in “Yur- rup.” As be is heir apparent to the throne in the United States, he is re ceiving marked courtesies. The Crown Prince will wear a hat several sizes larger, when lie returns. The area of the district of Columbia will lmvc to lie enlarged. As now laid off it will be entirely too cramped for the great grand sou of bis great grand daddy. William Nye, Esq. Bill Nye, who is in Paris—Dill now calls it “Farce”—has learned to ‘‘smile’ in four languages. He steps around the corner to "fee a man” with the same nonchalant air (this is French) which characterized him in the ‘‘land of the free and the home of the brave.” Wil liam hasn’t found any liquid, however, to equal the mountain dew distilled in Bourbon county, "old Kaintuck.” Bill is a patriot, and a true son of the mightiest republic on earth. May his days be short in France, and long in the land of his nativity; and may his smiles reach from (y)ear to (y)car for a hundred years to come. Yourn truly, YViIlyum. Boston will probably elect John Sullivan Mayor of that place at the next municipal election. It is to be hoped, however, that lie will work out a sentence in the Mississippi peni tentiary before his election to the may- orality of “Boasting.” It would insure Sullivan’s election for him to go back and tell ltow the unreconstructed rebels, the bloody Southerners, made him serve out a term, just for a little fisticuff with Kilrain. This would forthwith be denounced as another Southern outrage. It is now generally conceded that Harrison will call an extra session ot congress this fall. This will proba bly enable him to find roosting places for his few remaining relatives who have not already' been supplied with an office. Georgia has never known such a fruit year. Kilrain Going to Canada., Ind., July 14,—The Journal learns from Noblesville, a town twenty miles north of .here, that Kilrain,-Murphy, and Frank A. Stone all of Baltimore, reached that place last night, having driven from Edin burg. The party has been on the alert ever since leaving Columbus, and all their ingenuity was called into play in avoiding officers. They left Pony Moore at a station a few miles north of Indianapolis, where he board ed a Lake Erie and Western train, and when the train readied Nobles- ville he was joined by Kilrain and Murphy. Stone was left at Noblcs- ville to care for and return the team, it is supposed that tiie others have gone to Detroit. Kilrain has written to his wife at Baltimore to send him $2,000 to Toronto, where nil the mem hers of the party expect to meet. SAID TO ItAVK GONE EAST. C'aicago, July 14.—Jake Kilrain arrived here at 6:30 o’clock this morning, having boarded a train at n small station near Indianapolis about 10 o’clock Saturday night. lie was accompanied by John Murphy. They left for the cast over the Pennsylva nia railroad in the afternoon; Notwithstanding conflicting rumors John L. Sullivan was in Chicago all day to-day. The Hawes Case. Birmingham, Ala., July 13.— Hawes was sentenced to hang Friday, July 12th. An appeal was taken to the supreme court. Pending the de cision of that court the sentence stands suspended. The supreme court will not convene till December next, so that any futher action is impossible before then. In the meanwhile Hawes re mains in jail here. Dr. Felton’s school bill is on the right line; but it will have to be mod ified, if it passes. While lie is right in giving substantial and permanent aid to higher education, the common schools will demand, and should re ceive, more than the bill gives them. Georgia is able, eminently able, to give permanent and more substantial aid to the cause of higher education, and, at the same time, do more for the back-woods boys and girls than she lias ever done. This is an obliga- tionif net indeed a debt. Torn Knfen Off. Several years ago I was called to see a colored woman who had a ma lignant form of cancer on her foot. The cancer grew worse under the pre scribed treatment, and the toes and one side o( the foot were at length eaten entirely away. The patient could not have survived much longer, but I commenced the use of Swift’s Specific, and it cured her sound and well. That was three years ago, and there has been ro return of the disease. I have also used S. S. S. in many other cases with the best results, and have cured a great many cases of lhcumatism with it which had resisted all other treatment. I regard Swift’s Specific a most excellent medicine for blood diseases, as its tendency is to drive out the poison. Wm. E. Stag);, M. D. Mathcrvillc, Miss., March 6,1SS9. A Siifr ItiYMlmcnl. Is one wliioli is guaranteed to bring you snlishictory results, or in case of failure ft return of purchase price. On this plftn you can buy from our advertised druggist n bot tle of Hr. Kings New Discovery for Con sumption. it is guaranteed to Bring relief in every ease, when used for any Affection of Throat, Dungs or Chest, siieh ill Consump tion, lulhunntion of bungs, Bronchitis, Asthma, Whooping Cough, Croup, etc. It is pleasant and Agreeable to taste, perfectly sale, and can always lie depended upon. Trial bottles free at S. J. Cas.sxi.s’ Drug store. AN ARKANSAS SHAKER. “Wall, old teller, what’s the mat ter ?’’ “Only a little agur, stranger, but I thought,I would shake myself outer my hide.” Tvc had ’em myself, friend : I Ink Westmoreland'sCnlisaya Tonic and I never hare a shake.” Good advice to the friend who was shaking is implied in the friend's re ply. No ease of malaria lias ever been found which baffled Us curative pow ers, and one physician has success fully used it in the treatment of ty phoid fever. It costs *100 a bottle and one or two bottles will stop tlie fever. Buy it of your druggist. Keeps the skin soft and smooth, and pre vents and cures chafing: llorncine Toilet and Nursery Bon der, 25 c. package. Fold by ail druggists. Mcit-.c A Mardre, TlmnasYille; A. lira ilonl, Columbus: Alexander Drug and Seed Co., Au gusta; P. VontOvc:!, Charleston, Agents, Furniture, Carpets, Bedding, Children'! Carriages. Wall Paper and Window Shade!, straw nmttings, Itugs, etc. The best style and lowest prices in the city. GEO. W. FORBES, «-l l-w2t tl'.f Mnsury Building- Itaehleu’. Arnicn Salve. The Best Salve in tiie World for Cuts, Bruises, Sores, Dicers, Salt Rheum, Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblain! Corns, and all Skin Eruption!, nnd positively cures Piles, or no pay required- If is gfiar- atitccd to give perfect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price 25 ccntg per box. For lata by S, J. Cassels, Drug Stnre, WASTED, . Agents to represent the New England Mutual Accident Association of Boston, Mass, bibernl pay given. Address with references, So. Dki-t. New Exit. Mot. Accd’t Ass’s., 2t Box 342, Atlanta, Ga. • FOR RENT- l ive Room Cotbige on bovc street, near Warren street, nt $12.50 per month until Nov. 1, 1889. Apply to K. M Mallettk. New York dailies, Times, World. Tribune • nd Herald, Macon Telegraph and Atlanta and Savannah dailies, every dar. Miss addie McClelland, Jackson Street. Don’t fail to try a can of Pickett’s Royal Bilking Powders; guaranteed second to none in quality. I lb cans 25 cents. Grits are just as cheap as ever at Pickett's. Pickett liasjusl received a nice lot of Mb Vermin Boneless Bacon and Shoulders. Call anil see them. • Come and get a can of Pickett’s Royal Baking Powder,anil if it doesn't give you satisfaction your money will be refunded. Do you want a barrel of flour? If so, come up town sobn iu tiie morn ing. Call on everybody who handles tin- article, get their lowest casli prices, Jew them, make them cut al other, and then come to Pickett’s and buy it 50 cents cheaper titan their lowest prices. TAILORING. • There is an end to all tilings, so tiie people say, but thoro is no end to tho splendid fitting clothing made at HI Brond street. Cleaning nnd repairing done in the neatest manner. Giro me a call John Kenny. FRESII FALLJSEEDSI Cabbage, Turnips, Beets, Lettuce, Ac. S. J. CASSELS, 11R Broad St. CATARRH CURED, health and sweet breath secured, by Sliilot’s Catarrh Remedy. Price 50 cents. Nasal Injector free JERSEY' MILK. Parlies desiring fresh, pure Jersey milk, from Jersey Farm, will be supplied, in any qunntity, delivered, on application to, or by addressing JOHN CHASTAIN. April 10, 1885. FOR RENT. The Fudge house, below the Mnsury Ho tel, Is for rent. Apply to ti-13 K. M. MALLETTE. TAKE A REST. Excursion tickets at low rates will bo sold to all summer resorts throughout the country by the East Tennessee, Virginia and Georgia Railway, commencing Jnne 1st, good to return on or before October 31st. Fast train service with Pullman cars. It. W. WRENN, Gen'. Pass, nnd Ticket Ag PIANOS AND ORGANS W. 8. Brown, tho Jeweler, has se cured the agoncy for all the flrBt-elass Pianos and Organs, which ho is selling at tlio lowest pricos for cash or on long time. Tltoso desiring to purcliaso will do well to learn Ills prices and terms. Reid k Culpepper arc keeping up with the procession, they have secured the agency of the famous Star Mineral Water, the finest reparation known lor dyspepsia. It is uarantced to cure. 4 G tf CONVINCING PROOF. In many instances it has been proven that It. It. B, (Botanic Blood Balm) made by Blood Balm Co., Atlanta, Ga., will cure blood pois on in its worse phases, even when all other treatment fails. A. P. Brunson, Atlanta, writes: “I had 24 running ulcers on one log nnd 0 on . the other, and felt greatly .prostrated. I believe I actually swallowed a barrel of medicine in vain efforts to cure the disease. With little hope I finally noted upon the urgent advice of a triend and got n bottle of B. B. B. I experienced a change, and my despondency was somewhat dispelled. I kept using it until I had taken sixteen bottles, and all the ulcers, rheumatism and all other ho-rors of blood poison have disappeared, nnd a; last I am sound and well ngutn,after an experience of twentjvyears of torture." Robert Ward, Mnxey, Ga., writes: “My disease was pronounced a tertiary form of blood poison. My face, head and shoulders were a mass of corruption, and finally the disease began eating my skull bones. My bones ached; ray kidneys were deranged; I lost Dealt, and life became n burden. All said I must die, but nevertheless, when I had used ten bottles of B. B. B. I was pronounc ed well. Hundreds of sears can now be seen on me, l 1 are now been well over twelve months." FOR RENT, The Episcopal Rectory, on McLean Ave nue. Possession given at once. Apply to Itrv. C. I. I.iHocni, tf. Flctcherrille, Merit Win.. We desire to any to our citizens, that for years we have been selling Dr. King’s New Discovery tor Consumption, Dr. King’s New Life Pills, Bucklen’s Arnica Salve and Elec tric Hitters, and have never handled reme dies that sell as well, or that have given such universal satisfaction. Wc do not hesi tate to guarantee them everytime and wc stand ready to refund the purchase price, if satisfactory results do not tollow their use. These remedies hare won their great popu larity purely on their merits. S. J. Cassils’ Drug store MERGER UNIVERSITY MACON, GA. Full Faculties, Five Schools. 2. The College 3. The Scientific Department. 4. The Department of Theology. 5. The Law School. TUITION FRKE In the Department of Liberal Arte, Science and Theology. FALL TERM begins on last Wednesday (25th) in September. For Catalogue and other information address f ItJiV. O. A”NUNALLY, D. D., Pres., or JOHN j, BRANTLY, Bee. pro tern., 7-2<Wn)ir Uadop, ~ Headquarters tor Drugs! REID & CULPEPPER’S 120-122 Broad St., - Thomasville, Ga ■School and Blank Books, Stationery,: Of every style. Pianos and Organs, Sheet Music, Etc. <! BEAR IN MIND t» THAT THEY HAVE THE Handsomest and Best kept Drug Store I2ST GEORGIA. Where you can find fresh and pure drugs and get prescriptions compounded at all hours, day .or night, by competent Pharmacists. They use only Squibb’.-? preparations in the prescription department and guarantee goods and prices. REID A CULPEPPER, 120-122 Broad Nt. .A.T — L. STEYERMAN& BRO.’S. TVo Causes 'g At 31-2 Cents per Yard. REMEM BER THE PIL.A.OEI: L. SteyermaxL & Bro.’s. One Case 4-4 Bleaching At 6 1-Sc. CLOTHING! CLOTHING! Our Bargains the talk of the town. Com petition completely baffled. YJiSg^Call and be convinced. L. STEYERMAN &-BRO., 129gBROAI> STKKET, THOMASVILLE. THOMASVILLE L. SCHMIDT, Proprietor. Headquarters for pure uirbonatcd bever ages, at wholesale and retail. Best soda water with pure fruit juice flavors. Ice Cream Parlors Specially fitted up for the accommodation of the Ladies. On draught alsOyJJtheJJJnew Mexican beverage, Thomasville Variety WORKS. Reynolds, Hargrave & Davis, Prop’rs. Manufacturers andIDealers ROUGH & DRESSED LUMBER. LATHES, PICKETS, SHINGLES, MOULDINGS, BRACKETS, SCROLL WORKS MANTLES, BALUSTERS* STAIR-RAILS Newel Posts, OFFICE, CaURCK & STORE, “FRTJI MBS.” Furniture. Non-alcoholic, delicious, cooling, vitalizing., A NKUVK TONIC, This delightful bever age is not only the most palatable drink ever dispensed from the soda fountain, but is ns well it perfect tonic nnd oystem vitulizer. It improves the appetite, aids digestion and maintains the normal tone of healthy func tions. Its Properties: Prepared from 4 the nutritious properties of pure fruit juices, combined with the ex tract from a small tropical plant found in lower Mexico, ot which the medicinul prop erties are invaluable, and its favor delicious. It Cannot Be Used to Excess. Not a foaming gas drink, causing belching of wind and unpleasant effects after drink ing. No ctheral extracts or liquors, but a solid thirst-quenching, delicious drink; an extremely pleasant and efficient tonic, over which nine out often persons arc cn linguis tic with praise. Everybody Likes It, Everybody Wauls It, Everybody Drinks It. “FRUI MIZ," the finest"bevcragejjin ' the worlJ. DISPENSED BY L. SCHMIDT, Proprietor Tbomasville Bottling Works, GEORGE FEARN, REAL XSTATE AGIVT, OFFICE IN MITCHELL BOUSE BLOCK. Cilj aid Comtrj Properti lor Silt. HOUSES RENTED And Taxes n Id. tt)AN« NEGOTIATED. Bring njc a description or yonr property STORE FRONTS. Wir«? Screen Doors and Windows,J Sash, Doors ami Minds TO ORDER. STAIR BUILDING, AND INSIDE HARDWOOD FINISH A SPEC1ALTY.| ISTCORRESPONDEXCE SOLICITED. NOTICE. All male persons in the city of Tliontaa- villc, between the ages of 10 nnil 50, except those exempt by law, ore subject to street duty. They hare the option of paying $3 for street tax, anil in default thereof, must work 0 days on the street. Those not ex empt and who do not pay the tax arc order ed to meet nt city hall Monday, July 22d, at 9 o’clock, a. nt., ready for work. E. B. WniDiiox, 7-10-tf C’h. Street Com. FOUNTAIN HEAD HOTEL, Knoxville's favorite summer resort, will open for reception of guests June 1, 1889. Tiie hotel is provided with all the latest modern Improvetr ents nnd strictly first class in every particular, having inside its en closure a dense woods and lovely park, with three springs. Freestone, limestone and chalybeate water. For information, etc., address, 1>. A. O'BYRNK, lues tliurs sun Knoxville, Tenn. MARVELOUS MEMORY DISCOVERY. Only Gennine System of Memory Training, Four ltsolts Learned In one reading. Mind wandering cared. Berry child and ndnlc greatly bencflttcd. * Great Inducements to Correspondence Classes. Pretpeetos, *Uh opinions of Dr. Wm. A. Ham- the world-fara-d Specialistfn Mind Diseases If on*. W. \V. A-tor,J nd«r < iI lleson, Judah P.