THE DAILY TIMES-ENTERPRISE.
JOHN TRIPLETT, - - • Editor.
S. B. BURR, ■ Business Manager.
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dresses ean be changed as often as is desired.
TUESDAY, JCLT 25, IPS!.
An exchange says: “Keep your
eye on Blaine.” Suppose Ben Ilutler lie
employed to watch the man from
Maine. Butlca could keep an eye on
him it he wcje going in differenu ci-
The Can’t-Get-Aways will come up
smiling on the last round, this fall.
Though, in some instances, there may
be some disfigurements, they will be
found still in the ring.
The Haytien soldier is paid 82 per
- month. That is he is promised that
amount. The average black soldier
in Hayti; they are all black over
there; would rather plav soldier at 82
per month, than to work on a farm at
82 per day. It is to be hoped that
Fred Douglas will do some reforming
John L. Sullivan “hopes to spend a
portion of next winter in Florida.”
'Then we retract all we have ever said
in that gentleman’s disfavor. It is
part of the policy of the Tintes-Uuion
(and in this case a very large part)
never to offend visiting strangers.—
A young man was married the other
day in Eatonton to his fiance, on his
death bed. He lived but a short
time after the marringc. What would
have b(!5n his wedding hells, Muffled
forth .Jlic slow, solemn sound which
told of death.
; The man who appointed Tanner at
the bidding of the G. A. R., and who
eaid the claims of soldiers “should not
be weighed in apothecary’s scales,” is
not the man to remove the commis
sioner of pensions. Tanner is there—
and there to stay.
The St. Nicholas, a Savannah
steamer, loaded with 500 colored
excursionists, hound for Brunswick,
ran into a drawbidge of the Tybce
road on Saturday night. Two were
killed and some thirty odd wounded.
The disaster was caused by the watch
man at the draw displaying the wrong
Hon. W J. Northern and Col. L.
F. Livingston arc classed among the
candidates for the democratic nomi
nation for governor of Georgia. They
were in Atlanta the other day to at
tend a Farmers’ Alliance meeting, but
it was noticed that they circulated
vei^Treely with the politicians, and
that they never lost a good chance to
Mrs. Mary Trusty, of Brunswick,
is advertising lor her husband, who,
she says has deserted her and his
Mr. Trusty, is, apparently, no lon
ger the trusting man he was, when,
in the callowness of youth, he called
her his “sugar plum” his “heart’s
delight,” his “tootsy wootsy” aud so
forth. And she evidently trusts him
no longer. In fact she distrusts him,
and warns others not to trust him. A
trusty husband, as well as a trusty
friend, is hard, to find. Although
chain gang keepers trust the "trusty”
*t seems that Mrs. Trusty does not
trust her Trusty. \Vc trust that the
connubial cloud, which now lowers
over the Trusty household, will break
away, letting in, again, the sunshine
of married iclicity which once bright
ened the hearth stone of the Trusty’s.
But we cannot trust ourselves to pur-
cue the subject further, lest we fall
into* sentimental strain.
Howto Benefit Your Town.
There is genuine truth and good
practical common sense in the follow
ing article from the Charlotte Chron
icle, which our best ami most useful
citizens and business men Will not fail
Every now and then some deserv
ing, mid enterprising newspaper gains
the good will of small towns by elab
orate articles on them.
The most that the article generally
does is to tickle I lie vanity and gratify
the pride of (be citizens of the town
One Ibiring write up of a small
town in a state paper could baldly be
expected to do more than compliment
“Blowing” helps a town if it has
anything to blow about; but the best
advertisement that any town can have
is a live, thriving paper, ciowdcd with
well writen advertisements of every
business inthe place, from doctor to
blacksmith. The reason advertise
nients in the local paper makes a
good advertisement of the town, is
that the world knows that advertising
pays; and people know that where all
the business men of a town advertise
they must be prosperous, because
prosperity is the inevitable result of
There are some towns whose citizens
will give liberally to see the town
written up glowingly in a paper in a
larger town, while the borne paper
inevitab'y and unanswerably gives
the lie to the fulsome and paid for
pulf, by its own meagrely patronized
Advertising in the borne paper
brings immediate results, from pat-
rorns, and it brings collateral profits
from the benefit that every town de
rives from a local paper crowded with
A column puffin a foreign paper
does not equal a one inch advertise
ment in the poorest borne weekly, in
immediate or collateral results. If
you want to build up your own trade,
advertise in your home paper; if you
want to build up your town, build tip
your homo paper.
Why He Turned Him Loose-
Judge McAllister publishes the fol
lowing card in the Nashville Ameri
I disire to stale to the public that in de
livering inv judgment in tlie case of Jolin
L. Sullivan I did not mention the name of
Gov. Robert !,. Taylor, nor did 1 ever refer
to the practice of the executive department
of the state of Tennessee in refusing to ex
tradite for misdemeanors.
I based my judgment wholly upon my
own construction of the constitution of the
United 5tales and the statutes of the stale of
Tennessee. The reports of the press so lar
ns they attempt to divide the responsibility
of my judgment between myself and the
governor of the state are wholly without
If there was any error or wioug in the
discharge ot John I.. Sullivan 1 desire the
poople of Tennessee lo know I assume the
whole responsibility. Gov. Taylor was not
In the city ul Nashville at the time.
.1 discharged. John I,. Sullivan because
there was no requisition trom the governor
of Mississippi nor any warrants of extradition
from the governor of Tennessee. The ques
tion of extradition for misdemeanors cut no
figure whatever in inv judgment.
\V. K. Mc.Uistkii. Judge.
The wholesale criticisms of the
press all over the country, have drawn
the Judge out. The plea that no
requisition papers were produced, will
not satisfy the public. It has been
the custom, from time immemorial,
for criminals to be held until the nec
essary papers efluld he had. Judge
McAllis.cr committed a grave mis
take when be released Sullivan. This
is the universal verdict. Hereafter,
at least if Judge McAllister presides
itt the ease, a murderer, or any other
criminal,-can go lice in Tennessee—
unless the officer who arrests lias all
the usual documents in such cases in
bis pocket. And this does not happen
once in a hundred times.
Tennessee, under the rulings of
Judge McAllister, and flic cranky
course of Gov. Taylor, bids fair to be
come a refuge for criminals.
The administration is trying lo keep
cool at Dccr Park, Md. It is kept
pretty warm at Washington—even in
the coldest weather. It is right warm
work, running this big government,
when you come to think about it.
Most men have a very refined and
delicate sense tf what is due from
others to themselves; hut the one who
lias the same delicate sense of what is
due from himself to others—he’s the
man the modern Diogenes is hunting
for. —Ti mcs-Union.
A SAD SCENE ON THE RAIL.
Two Men Cold in Death and Three Badly
Brunswick, ( 1a.. July 21.—This
morning shortly after 12 o’clock
terrible accident occurred on the
East Tennessee road alxiut four miles
from this city by which two men were
killed, three badly injured and one
fatally hin t, and a passenger engine
jiud four freight ears completely de
molishcd. The killed are:
George Douglass, an engineer;
Joseph Ames, a fireman. The in
A. J. Anderson, a car dea ler;
Daniel Scott, also a car cleaner;
The two ear cleaners are colored.
WRECK OK THE EM.INK.
Across the track and lying on its
side was engine No. 20fi with one
pair of its driving wheels m the air
and its smoke stack byried three feel
in U e earth behind it, and three or
four Icet from the track. The coal
box was turned bottom up with a flat
ear piled across it. Beneath these
two men were cold in death. The
engineer lay beneath the ponderous
wheels of the engine and only his
head and shoulders could he seen
through the debris. A few feet hack
lay the fireman, crushed and bleeding,
though lie had evidently died from
suffocation by steam.
DIKII WITH A PRAYER ON HIM 1.1l’.S.
Engineer -Simons reached the scene
and his. fireman, Edward Owens,
hastened to (he injured. Fireman
Ames was still alive and was praying.
He called Owens and requested him
to tell his mother that lie tried to die
a Christian. He commenced praying
nfter ho spoke those words and died
in a few minutes after with a prayer
on his lips. Engineer Douglnssncvcr
uttered a word alter he fell, having
evidently died immediately.
Washington, July 21.—Secretary
Noble, it is stated, asked the Presi
dent to remove Commissioner Tanner
last week, telling him that he would
stand the corporal no longer. The
President is said to have responded
that on account ot Corporal Tanner’s
G. A. It. connections, lie could not re
move hint, but instead would give him
a lecture. This lie did with some se
verity before leaving for Dccr Park.
If Corporal Tanner obeys the Presi
dent there will he less extravagance
and less declaration at the pension of
New York, July 21.—The stable
and carriage storage place of Moses
Weil, on East noth street, was burn
ed this morning, with 125 horses and
fifty carriages. The loss is $45,000.
I.ima, O., July 21.—There is a
movement on foot looking to the con
solidation of all the natural gas com
panies in the Ohio and Indiana field,
and the formation of a trust. It is
understood that this airangement has
the sanction of Calvin S. Brice, Oliver
II. Payne and other Standard Oil
magnates. They now own a majority
of the stock of the companies in Ohio
and Indiana, and will buy up the stock
of the remaining independent compa
Akkeand, July 21.—The steamer
Zcalandia, which has just arrived
here from Honolulu, reports that all
is quiet at Samoa. The American
war ship Alert had left Honolulu with
supplies for the Nipsic, which was
waiting at Fanning island. The
Alett was to take the Nipsic in tow.
About the Georgia Legislature.
The Augusta Chronic'c pithily and
pertinently remarks that “a member
who is not willing to work on Saturday
should he left at home." Just so long
as members carry free passes, so long
will absenteeism be the erder, on Sat
urdays and Mondays. What right
have these members to leave their
seats and neglect the work they con
tracted to do ? When a resolution
was introduced the other day to keep
members at their post, except for
providential causes, a member, a Mr.
Coggins, moved to refer the resolution
to the lunatic asylum committee. It
is to be hoped that Coggins will lie
left at home next time. When the
resolution was put to expedite business
by enforced attendance, except for the
cause mentioned, only two men voted
for it, while more than ninety voted
against it. Is this honest, drawing $4
per dav Irom the State and galavantin
around on a tree pass ?
Wounded in (hr Army.
I was wounded in the leg at the
battle ot Stone River, Dec. 31st, 1862
My blood was.poisoned from the effects
of the wound, and the leg swelled to
double its natural size, and remained
so for many years, 'lhe poison ex
tended to my whole system, and I
suffered a thousand deaths. Nothing
did me any good until I took Swift’s
Specific, which took the poison out of
my blood, and enabled me to feel my-
sell a man again. S. S. S. is the rem
edy for blood poison.
John Con wav, London, O'
<nlarrh ill Ciiildrcn.
Our little hoy Stokes, now eleven
years old, had catarrh front the time
he was three until he was seven years
of age. Sometimes his breathing was
heavy, and a constant discharge from
the nose. He had more or less treat
ment lor four years, but without any
benefit. We gave him Swift’s Specific,
and it soon cured him sound and well.
1'his was four years ago, and there has
been no return of the disease.
Mrs. W. I’. Kknnon, Salem, Ala.
Owing to the fac t tlmt f shall be very
isy looking after my pear crop, and until
further notice, 1 have turned over my intcr-
n the market business to Mr. Noah Page,
will conduct* the same in his own
right. JOSHUA CARROLL.
iilv 22, 1 ws:»-d2twlt.
without cost, chemicals to
puritv of quinine sold by me at 10c
e. * S. J. CASSKIJ3.
Vii head of young horses and mares,
u three to eight years old; home-raised
in the best breeds tlmt have been brought
his county, and most of them well broke,
bided is the trotting stallion, Sam Jones,
r yeui^old (sire Revoke, dam Whirlwind),
rks well anywhere, double or single, ami
woman or child can drive him that can
vc any horse. They will be sold. I
i t exped to get the value for any of
m, so any party who wants good stock
any purpose, will find this probably the
t opportunity that will he offered in this
hot to I
acres of land.
W. M. SMITH,
Poverty Hill Farm.
how you fine selections, and give
trices on wall paper, window shades,
picture and room mouldings, fur-
ash, doors, blinds.
id (J. W. FERRILL.
I»allard's fine Hours—Pauline and Marabel.
French candies. Frisli ereamc/y butter;
good Western Goshen at 20 ets. per pound.
A. C. DROWN,
7 20-:;t«l The Jackson St. Grocer.
1 fail to try a can of l*icke!t\s
Uoyal Raking l’owRtirs; guaranteed
second to none in quality. 1 lb cans
2o ecu Is,
arters lor Drags!
REID 8s CULPEPPER’S
* ' ^
120-122 Broad St., - Thomasville, Ga
:School and Blank Books, Stationery,:
* Of every style. Pianos and Organs, Sheet Music, Ex.
<j BEAR IN M I X 1 >
-THAT THEY HAVE THE-
Handsomest and Best kept Drug Store
Where you van liml fresh and pure drugs and get prescriptions compounded at all [hours,
day or night, by competent Pharmacists. They use only SquibVs preparations in the
prescription department and guarantee goods and prices.
REID A CULPEPPER, ISO-132 Broad St.
L. STEYERMAN & BRO.’S.
'X’txt© Cases o
At 31-2 Cents per Yard.
R,EM!E3VE BBT?. THE PLACE:
L. Steyerman <& Bro.’s.
One Case 4-4 Bleaching At 0 l-2c.
Our Bargains the talk of the|town. Com
petition completely baffled.
$J^=»Gall and be convinced.
L. STEYERIVIAN & BRO.,
PIMPLES TO SCROFULAR.
A Positive Cure for Every Skin, Scalp
and Blood Disease except Ichthyosis.
INoriuuU H Venn*, llcnd.* Arm« and
llrennt n Noiitl Ncnli, JSark covered
willi Worn*. Rent Doctors* nnd Medi
cine* fail. Cured by Cutieura Itenac-
dies* a I a rout of $.’1.75.
I have used the Cuticura Remedies with the
best results. I have used two .bottles of tho
Cuticura Resolvent, three bottles of CutiCura
and one cake of Cuticura soap, and am cured of
tcrribje scalp and skin disease known as pso
solbl scab, ami was at the time I bo-
the Cuticura Remedies. My
ed with scabs from my elbows
to my shoulders, my breast was almost one sol
id scab, and n»y back covered with sores vary
ing in sizo from a penny to a dollar. I had doc.
od with all the host doctors with no relief,
....il used many different medicines without
effect. My case was hereditary, and I began to
think, incurable, lmt it began to heal from the
first application of Cuticura.
f AUCRER RUSSEL,
Skin Disease O Year* tinv sri.
I am thankful to say that I have used thcCu-
tieura Remedies for about eight months with
great success, and consider myself entirely
cured of salt slicuni, from which I have suffered
for six years. I tried a number of medicines
and tun of the best doctors in the country, but
found nothing that wonld pffeef a cufc until i
used your remedies.
MRS, A, McCJ.AFLJN,
Tlir lVoi’»i Case of Hciofular Cnred.
We have Iron selling your Cuticura Romcdics
for years, and have tho first complaint yet to
receive from a purchaser. Oue of tho urarst
ease* of Serofular I evor saw cured by the use
of live bottles of Cuticura Resolvent, Cuticura
and Cuticura soap.
TAYLOR *Sr TAYLOR, Druggist,
rpcsjps of agonizing humiliating^
burning, scaly, and pimply diseases of
lie skin, * ' * * “ ‘ ■ •*“*-
y, and pimp! „ . ...
alp and binod, with loss of hair,
from pimples to serofular, except possibly ich
Sold everywhere. Price, Cuticura, oc.:Soap,
; Resolvent, $1. Prepared by tho Potter
Drug and Chemical Co., lloston, Mass.
fgr»8cn<t for “How to Cure Skin Diseases,”
04 pages, M> illustrations*! and 100 testimonials.
and oily skin prevented by CutiouraSoap,
WEAK, PAINFUL, BACKS,
Kidneys and Uterino Pains and
AmjcsJWeaknesses, relieved in one minute bjr
flVj) the Cuticura Anti-Pain Plaster, the
llr>t and only pain killing plaster. Now, instan
taneous. infallible. 25cents..
CATARRH CURED, health and sweet
breath secured, by Shilol’sCatarrh Remedy
Price bO cents. Nasal Injector free
Onlr CJenoIno Sr.trm of .Titulary Training.
I'our UeoU. I.r.rnt.l |n one reading.
Mii|d wrundrrin* cured.
Every ehU4 *n«t nd*»U vrently benefltted.
* Groat inducemoitta to C irmpondenca Glosses,
a, Judah r.
l. .SCHMIDT, Proprietor.
Headquarters for pure wrhnnnted hover-'
ages, at wholesale and retail. Rest soda
water with pure fruit juice flavors.
Ice Cream Parlors
Specially fitted up for the accommodation
of the Ladies.
On draught also.gtheJJJnew Mexican
Non-alcoholic, delicious, cooling, vitalizing.
A NERVE TONIC, This delightful bever-
e is not only the most palntable drink
er dispensed from tl|C soda fountain, but
is as wcUa perfect tank’and system vjtalUcr.
It improves the appetite, aids digestion and
maintains the normal tone of healthy func
Prepared from j the nutritious properties
of pure fruit juices, combined with the ex
tract tram n small tropical plant found in
lower Mexico, ot which the medicinal prop
erties arc invaluable, and its favir delicious^
It Cannot Be Used to Excess.
Not a foaming gas drink, causing belching
of wind and unpleastmt effects after drink
ing. No etheral extracts or liquors, but a
solid thirst-quenching, delicious drink; ftn
extremely pleasant uad efficient tonic, over
which nine out often ptrsonsare cn husias-
tic with praise.
Everybody Likes It,
Everybody Drinks It,
“FRUI MIZ,” the finest beverage in the
Proprietor Thomasville Bottling Works,
FUNGS AND ORGANS
W. S. Brown, tho Jeweler, has se
cured the agency for nil the llrut-class
rianos and Organs, which ho is selling
at the lowest prices for cash or on long
time. Tlioso destring to purchase will
do well to learn Ills prices and terms.
Kriil A Culpepper are keeping up with the
procession, they have secured the agency of
lie famous Star Mineral Water, the finest
reparation known lor dyspepsia. It is
unruotecd to cure. 4 C tf
The Episcopal Uectory, on McKean Are*
nue. Possession given at once. Apply to
Rky. C. I. LaRocqc,
Reynolds, Hargrave & Davis, Prop’rs.
ROUGH & DRESSED
OFFICE, CHURCH & STORE,
Wire Screen Doors nnd Windows * Sash,
Doors and BJinds
AND INSIDE HARDWOOD FINISH A
All male persons in the city of Tliomus-
rille, between the ages of ID nnd 50, except
those exempt by law, are subject to street
duty. They have the option of paying |5
lor street tax, and in default thereof, must
work 6 days on the street. Those not ex
empt and who do not pay the tax arc order
ed to meet at city hall Monday, July 22J, at
9 o'clock, a. ill., ready for work.
E. It. Wuidiiox,
T-10-tf Ch. Street Com.
Grits aro just as cheap as ever
l’ickclt Las just received a nice lot
of Mt. Vernon Boneless Bacon and
Slionldcrs. Call and sec them.
Conic and get a can of I’iekctt’s
Uoyal Baking Powder,and if it doesn't
give you satisfaction your money will
Do you want a barrel of flour?. If
so, come up lawn soon In flic morn
ing. Call on everybody wlm bandies
the article, get their lowest cash
prices, Jew them, make them out at
each other, and then cornu lo Pickclt’s
and buy it 50 cents cheaper than (licit-
TAKE A REST.
Excursion tickets, at low rates will he
sold to nil summer resorts throughout the
country by the East Tennessee, Virginia and
Georgia Railway, commencing Jnnc 1st,
good to return on or before October 31st.
Fast train service with Pullman cars.
B. W. WRENN,
Gen. Puss, and Ticket Ag