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Baby McKee continues to Rob up
Florida continues healthy and hap-
The democrats will resume business
at the old stand in 1893, March the
Judge Francis M. Brooks, who has
been ordinary of Muscogee county for
seventeen years, is dead.
• A bill to create a board of pardons
has been favorably reported, in the
Senate. Let it pass.
Dr. Felton’s last educational bill,
like his first, needs amending. And
it is apt to get it.
Gov. Taylor, of Tennessee, hasn’t
refused to give up a criminal for sev
eral days. None have been demand
During Prince Russell’s stay in
England the process of twisting the
British lion’s tail has been suspended.
The business will be resumed atlcr the
Primus Jones threatens to have the
first ear of corn hereafter. Well,
Primus can’t well fudge ou the corn
Mrs. Canfield is the best advertised
woman in the United States. She has
gained this much, at least, by her
The North is sending her striking
workmen South. Keep them at home.
We don’t want professional strikers
There is more trouble in stoic for
the men. A Philadelphia court lias
decided that a woman has a legal right
io “eass” her husband if she wants to.
Lowry gobbled up two mot of the
prize fighting crowd yesterday. They
were R. Carroll and Edward L. Ty
ler, of New Orleans. One by one,
two by two, he’ll get them.
Three New Yorkers stole .'!0,0C0
pounds of coffee the other day. They
had better anchor the Brooklyn
bridge and city hall, or these struc
tures will be missing some fine morn
From the numberff important bills
before the legislature, supplemented
with the flood of smaller and less im
portant measures, it would appear
that that body has bit off about all it
An Important Bill.
The Atlanta Journal has the follow
ing notice of the action of the legisla
ture on Mr. Alexander’s school hill:
“Mr. Alexander’s bill, to enable
any ronnty to levy and collect a
special ad valorem tax for school pur
poses, raised a much greater storm
about it than seemed to have been
The bill embodies a new idea, an
experiment. It was, in several par
ticulars, one of the most important
bills before the present legislature.
It provided that one-fifth of the
free holders ef any county could, on
petition, secure an election for longer
schools, and the levying of a tax of
one mill for the support of longer
terms of public schools.
Mr. Lewis, of Hancock, spoke
against the hill. lie said it would
bring a rabble about the polls. If
the whites were divided, the negroes
would control the election, and the
property holders would have to pay
tax which they had no part in levy
Mr. Candler, chairman of the com
mittce on education, advocated the
Mr. Atkinson, of Coweta, opposctl
the hill as being “in the teeth of the
constitution;” it would work an injury
to the property holders and to the
white citizens of some of the lower
Mr. Gamble, of Jefferson, offered to
amend it by making it necessary, be
fore such an election is ordered, to
have the recommendation of two
grand juries. Ifc was in favor of the
bill if amended.
Air. Candler again defended the
bill. If only one feature of the bill
is bad, a few words could change and
Mr. Gamble offered to amend by
restricting voters to freeholders.
Mr. Brown, of Harralson, is op
posed to the freeholder amendment.
Mr. Berner, of Monroe, said that
the amendment would exclude from
votiug men who paid large taxes,
merely because they’ were not free
holders. He wanted the ayes and
Ayes and nays were called,‘and the
amendment of Mr. Gamble, as to free
holders, was lost.
Mr. Atkinson, of Coweta, offered
to amend by inserting the provision
that the election must bo recommend
ed by two successive grand juries.
Mr. Gleun, of "Whitfield, spoke
against the amendment. It “keeps
the word of promise to the car and
breaks it to the heart.” It thus falt
ers with us iu a double sense, and
would render the law imperative, and
give us a reputation of mere pretense.
The previous question was called
on amendments and bill.
Mr. Atkinson’s amendment .was
On the vote ou the bill the ayes
were 85 anil the nays •°)7, and thus Jit
failed of a constitutional majority.
The commissioners of agriculture of
t the southern states will meet i t At-
£ lanta the first of August, to discuss
and act upon the jute and cotton bag
ging question, and probably discuss
other topics of interest to them.
I Complaint is being made that too
\ many members of the legislature ab-
1 sent themselves from the session. Ap-
E'- plicatiqns for leave of absence'arc said
i to be very numerous. Absenteeism
[■ . in a legislative body is au evil, and
t the people sbduld condemn it when
! the time comes to Dominate candi-
j dates for the next legislature.—News.
A woman was arrested in Savannah
yesterday for stealing an umbrella.
O, woman, woman! how could you
take that umbrella? The sex is dis
graced. It would uot surprise us to
hear of a man taking an umbrella;
but a woman! We would gladly
draw the veil of silence and charity
over the transaction, but a stern duty,
which wc owo to the public, demands
. that the crime be aot covered up.
Wc are indebted to the courtesy of
the Southern Cultivator Publishing
Co., of Atlanta, for a very interesting
volume, being the official proceedings
of the Georgia Road Congress recent
ly held in Atlanta. Copies can be
had on application to the Cultivator
l’ub. Co. Price: single copy 25cents,
50 copies 20 cents each, 500 copies 1
cents each; 1,000 copies 10 cents each.
Intended for the Legislature.
From tho PhiladelphiaEnquirer. (Rep.)
The capitol ol Georgia wasn’t built
for purposes ot dancing, but the state
will Rave just reason to bs proud if
nothing worse than dancing ever goes
on there. It w ". be exceptional
and conspicuously lortunatc.
Getting Tired of It.
Front the Naslivilt* American, (Dent.)
We wish the lea-ncd doctors would
quit finding the seeds of death in a'l
the comforts and pleasures of fife.
Just so soon Jas mankind has found
something good to eat, pleasant to
drink or comfortable to wear, some
able doctor immediately discovers
that it is fatal ts health.
Ben Bates, while umpiring a ball
game near Owensboro, Ky., for two
clubs of boys', made a decision to
which Frank Morris, who was at .the
bat, objected. A bitter quarrel en
sued, resulting in Bates fatally s'ab-
bing Morris with a pocket knife. He
was arrested and Morri>t soon died.
Bates is only 16 years old.
LATEST TELEGRAPHIC NEWS-
Mary Anderson in an Asylum—Storm in
Augusta—Great Freshet in Kansas—
Gladstone's Golden Wedding -
Ruin in West Virginia- Work
of the Legislature- New
York Holds a Big
New Vuiik, .Inly 2H, 8 A. m. - The
World this morning prints a rumor
that Mary Anderson, the actress, is in
ti private insane asylum in England.
Augusta, Ca., July 25.—Augusta
was visited by a severe storm of rain,
lightning and thunder to-night. The
rain fell in torrents and the thunder
and lightning were constant, pedes
trians were driven into stores :uid
under awnings and the streets were
l'l.cnONiA, Kan., July 25.—The
water in the flooded river bottoms
here is rising two incjtes an hour.
The river in places is seven miles wide,
and the water twenty feet deep. A
heavy iron wagon bridge, after stand
ing fifteen years, went down last night,
leaving only two railroad bridges
standing in the neighborhood. The
water is within a quarter of a mile of
the city. Some families, slow to move,
are surrounded, and arc being rescued
as fast as possible.
London, July 25.—This was the
golden wedding day of Mr. and Mrs.
Gladstone. The queen telegraphed
a congratulatory message to the dis
tinguislied couple, and the Prince
and Princess of Wales and other
members of the royal family scut let
ters to them. The Prince of Wales
also sent a gold inkstand to Mr. Glad
stone. A number of liberal ladies
presented a portrait of Mr. Gladstone
with his grandson. The portrait was
painted by Millais. A large number
of other presents were received.
PAitKEitSiii'Rt:, W. Va. July 25.—
News received here to-day for the
first time since the flood from West
Fork and Henry Fork gives a sad sto
ry of wreck and ruin. Every stoYe,
from the head to the mouth of the
forks is gone or ruined. Houses, fences
and crops arc washed away, and sever
al lives were lost. Not a single farmer
or resident escaped damage. Hun
dreds are bankrupt and will have to
be supported temporarily by the coun
ty. The commissioners to-day estimat
ed the loss in Lee, Tyflart, Slate and
Steele counties at 8500,000. At Sauls,
bury not a single house or bridge
stands on its foundation, and many
people are in the woods. Help is need
ed at once. Appeals lor aid will be
Atlanta, Ga., July 25.—The
Western and Atlantic lease bill did
not come up in flic Jtouso to-day, to
the disappointment ot a great many
people. It was the special order, but
the members of the committee desired
: t postponed on account of the absence
ot Chairman Itankin, and succeeded
in getting the house to agree.
The resolution indorsing the Blair
bill lias gone to rest iu the senate. It
came up to-day as unfinished busi
ness, hut its further considerntian wt s
indefinitely postponed, and it will not
he heard from again. There was a
majority of six against it, had a vote
•Nkw York, July 25.—Perhaps the
most represenative and influential
meeting ever held in this city met to
day in the city ball in response to an
invitation issued by Mayor Grant, to
consider and dcvclope the best ideas
of the holding of the world's exposition
herein 1892. Fx-Gov. Cornel!, Gen.
Sherman. Calvin S. Rricc, Mayor
Chapin of Brooklyn, cx-Mayors Kdson,
Grace, Wickham, Cooper, and a host
of judges, ex judges, congressmen,
lawyers and merchants made up the
TIIE OPENING SPEW it.
Mayor Grant made the opening
speech, iu which lie said the 400th
anniversary of the discovery of Atner
ica by Columbus should be celebrated
in this, the chief city of the western
Duluth, Minn., July 25.—Word
was received here that twenty ma
chines went to work harvesting wheat
on the Dalyrimple farm, and many
smaller farms in Cass county,*l)akota,
yesterday. This’is about two weeks
earlier than the usual harvesting time.
The legislature wi" tackle the
Western anti Atlantic railroad qttrs-
t.ion next Tuesday. It w'" be a re
lief, to both the legislature and the
people, when this vexed question is
The southern part of Van Zandt.
county, Texas, is suffering from the
acts of a band of incendiaries who are
burning churches and school houses
right and left. ’Four of these build
ings have been destroyed within a
week, and the citizens are becoming
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There is mi end to nit things, so the
people say, hilt tliero is no end to tho
splendid " lining clothing mndo nt 81
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blue Ridge, Ya
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Marion, N. C
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f2CM22 Broad St., - Thomasville, Ga
:School and Blank Books, Stationery,:
Of every style. Pianos and Organs, Sheet Music, Etc.
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-THAT THEY HAVE THE-
Handsomest and Best kept Drug Store
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day or night, by competent Pharmacists. They use only Squibb's preparations in the
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REII) & CULPEPPER, 120-122 Broad Ht.
L. STEYERMAN A BRO.’S.
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L. Steyerman & Bro.’s,
One Case 4-4 Bleaching At 6 l-2c.
Our Bargains the talk of the town. Com
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L. STEYERIVIAN & BRO.,
White Sulphur Spring.*, (la 15 25
White Sulphur Spring.*, West Ya 34 50
Ticket* on sale June 1st to September 10th,
1880. Good to return not later than Octo
The above named points arc only a few ft
the Summer resorts io which tickets are
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will cheerfully give it to them.
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Passenger k Ticket Agent,
W. i\ HARDEE,
Gen. Passenger Agent,
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- L. SCHMIDT, Proprietor.
Headquarters for pure carbonated bever
ages, at “wholesale am! retail. Rest soda
water with pure fruit juice flavors.
Ice Cream Parlors
Specially fitted up for the necoininodation
of the bailies.
()ii draught also, the new Mexican
Non-alcoholic, delicious, cooling, vitalizing.
A NKRYK TOXIC. This delightful bever
age is not only the most palatable drink
ever dispensed from the soda fountain, but
isns well a perfect tonic and system vitalizer.
It improves the appetite, aids digestion and
maintains the normal tone of healthy func
Prepared fromj the nutritious properties
of pure fruit juices, combined with the ex
tract from a small tropical plant found in
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Not n foaming gas drink,causing belching
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Everybody Likes It,
- Everybody Wants It,
. Everybody Drinks It.
“FRUI JIIZ,” the lineal bevenige ill the
Proprietor Thomasville Bottling Works,
PIANOS AND ORGANS
W. S. Brown, the Jowolor, has se
cured the agency for all the tlrut-class
Pianos and Orguns, which tie Is Belling
at tho lowest prices for cash or on long
time. Tlioso desiring to purchase will
do well to learn his prices and terms.
Reid k Culpepper tiro keeping up with the
procession, they have secured the agency of
lie famous Star Mineral Water, the lir.es
reparation known for dyspepsia. It i
u arantecd to cure.
The ’episcopal* Rectory, on McLean Ave
nue. Possession given at once. Apply to
* Rei. C. I. LaRocue,
Reynolds, Hargrave & Davis, Prop’rs.
ROUGH & DRESSED
OFFICE, CHURCH & STORE,
Wire Screen Doors and Windows, Sash,
Doors and 111 i nils
AND INSIDE HARDWOOD FINISH A
REAL SSTATE AGIW,
OFFICE IN MITCHELL HOUSE BLOCK.
* Citj ltd Cod dry Prtpcrts lor Sale,
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Bring me adesciption oi your properly
Ten head uf young horse* and umres,
front three to eight year* old; home-raised
from the best breeds that have b£cn brought
to this county, and most of them well broke.
Included is the trotting stallion, Sam Jones,
four years old (sire Revoke, dam Whirlwind),
works well, anywhere, double or single, and
nny woman or child can drive him that can
drive any horse. They will be sold. I
don't expeci to get the value for nny of
them, so any party who wants good stock
for any purpose, will find this probably tho
best opportunity that will be offered Iu this
Also a few acres of land.
W. M. SMITH,
dkw Poverty Hill Farm,