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JOHN TRIPLETT, - - - Editor.
S. B. BURR, - Business Manager.
SITXDAT, JULY 28, 1II8S.
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The bill to incorporate the Thom
ville and Cordclc Railroad passed the
house on Friday.
There are now 2,030 suli-Allianccs
in Georgia with a membership of be
tween 85,000 and 100,000.
There arc said to he 215 good hotels
in New York city. That’s ahead of
Representative Hull, of Bibb, is
going to stir up the animals in the
menagerie on the subject of the c >n-
Thieves are briakiug in and steal
ing in Quitman. We trust they will
not get hold of the hoarded wealth se
creted by Hanlon and Groover.
The melon growers did not have
any cause to kick about the scarcity
of melon cars this season.
The editor of the Quitman Herald is
not satisfied with his pear returns.
He says “the next time he ships to
New York he will sell at home.’’
Frank Blount was hanged yesterday
in Valdosta for murder, lie went
the same old route—to—well, lie said
to heaven. Wc hope he did.
Prince Russell Harrison, while
traveling in Europe, lias his baggage
marked R. II. You see It. II. stands
for Royal Highness.
Senator Wade Hamilton lias been
fishing in Canade. Wc trust his pis
catorial feats across the line will not
complicate our relations with England.
The legislature will elect the late
Judge Clarke’s successor on next
Thursday. There will lie some lively
button-holing of members between
this and the day mentioned.
Quitman will soon begin the erec
tion of a new hotel. Quitman is wise
in her day and generation. A town,
now-a-days, without a good hotel, is
•behind the age.
Jeff. Davis has been elected presi
dent of the Hickory Head Alliance,
in Brooks county. Bill Chandler and
Forakcr should make a note of this
fresh evidence of disloyalty on the
part of the South.
Sectious 6 and 7 in the bill pub
lished yesterday, providing for the
election of County Commissioners by
the grand jury, were stricken out in
the committee. These sections re
stricted the eligibility of old members
to re election.
An expert says that water gas is
being manufactured in England at a
cost not exceeding four pence per
thousand feet. This is a pointer for
towns paying big prices for poor gas
in this country.
There will b* a lively fight over
the judgeship of the Pataula circuit.
Five candidates arc in the field. Col.
J. H. Guerrv, ot Dawson, appears to
be in the lead. Col. Guerry would
adorn the bench.
Salt ought to be made duty lice by
the next Congress. That would stag
ger the big salt combine. But then
the republicans favor high tariff and
trusts. It is only the common people
Uncle Sam is house hunting in
Atlanta. The old gentleman wants
to rent a post office. The repairs
going on on the custom house makes
il neceuary to secure a temporary
Charity Begins at Home.
It is said, on good authority, that
’fifty thousand wretched people walk
the streets of New York every night,
not having a place to sleep; mid that
fifty thousand more sleep in out of
the way places, without knowing
where they can get a breakfast next
morning. This is a terrible picture.
And yet millions are being sent out of
the country annually, to furnish
yar* socks, blankets, new fangled
gowns cut on the bias, bustles, high
heeled shoes, striped stockings, nut-
a-way coats, rattlesnake striped
breeches, patent shirt fronts, redneck
tics, thirty-seven button - kid gloves,
eye glasses, and other articles, suita
ble for Esquiniau.xs and Laplanders,
to the heathens of sun scorched Afri
ca, and other tropical countries,
while, right here at home, is the
broadest and most inviting field for
charity known. Let us begin refor
mation here, before trying to con
viucc the Zulus and South Sea Is
landers that they ought to wear
spiked tailed coats and plug hats.
M’e should like to see the experi
ment tried, just one year, of the ju
dicious expenditure, in our own conn
trv, of the vast sums sent abroad to
the. benighted of other lands. The
harvest of good to he reaped would
be more abundant, in all probability,
than the meagre results obtained un
der the prespnt plan for reforming
the world. There can he no valid
objection to our charities and mission
ary work being extended to other
countries, blit there is a wide and
most inviting field for the philan
thropist right here at home. Suppose
we begin the work here, just to see
how it will work. The experiment is
The Alabama Midland.
The injunction obtained by the
Central railroad a few weeks ago, in
the supreme court of Alabama, pre
venting the promoters of the Alabama
Midland entering Troy by the original
survey, has been reversed in the same
court and by the same judge, on a
second and complete hearing of the
case. The road is graded from Bain-
bridge to a point within 1\ miles of
Troy. When this point was reached
the Central authorities obtained an in
junction against the Midland on the
ground that the original survey for
that road was on their l ight of way.
The two roads will run parallel and
near each other from the point re
ferred to iuto Troy. From the time
of the obtaining of the injunction up
to the present, the work of grading
has been suspended. Over ninety
miles of the track of the Midland
have been laid from the Bainbridgc
end of the line, the total length of the
road being 175 miles. The telegraph
lines arc all up between Bainbridgc
and Montgomery. Over 2,100 men
arc employed in the construction of
the'‘road. Contractor Foley has a
large force grading the road from Troy
to Montgomery. Several miles have
been completed on this portion of the
line. The promoters of the new road
expect that trains will he running
into Troy by November next. The
Alabama Midland will form a direct
route from Montgomery to Savannah,
From Montgomery the new road will
be extended ninety miles west for the
purpose of connecting with the Kan
sas City road by way of Tuscaloosa,
thus giving direct communication
with the western states from the east
coast. The importance of this exten
sion cannot lie over-estimated. The
right of way has been purchased and
Omaha, Neb., does not furnish the
first instance of a church trying to
select a wife for its pastor, but it fur
nishes a very interesting one. Pastor
Scltnur, of St. Mark’s Lutheran
church, wanted to marry Miss Nina
Charles, and Miss Charles wanted to
marry hint, hut it seems that lie limb
been selected as the son in-law
of a match-making member of his
flock whose name is not Charles, ami
when it became known Unit he was
engaged to Miss Charles, this woman
succeeded in getting the church to
pass a resolution flint lie had not
shown due respect for the opinion of
his flock in the selection ol a wife.
Mr. Schnur handed in his resignation
but lie refused to give up the right to
choose his wife.—Ex.
A convention in Ohio the other day
declared in favor of woman suffrage.
Haven’t the women suffered enough
LATEST TELEGRAPHIC NEWS.
Another Scoop by the Standard Oil Com
pany- Dr. Arnold Declines the Geor
gia Collectorship of Internal Rev
enue—No Dengue Fever at
nesota’s Big Storm-
One of Rusk’s
Indianapolis, Julv 2G.
Standard Oil Company is endeavor
ing to get control of the it tural gas
lauds in Indiana with the intention of
controlling the entire gas field ulti
Washington, July 26.—Secretary
Wimlont to-day received a letter front
C. W. Arnold declining, for private
reasons, the office of collector of inter
nal revenue for the district of Geor
gia, to which he was appointed a few
Washington, July 26.—The
marine hospital bureau has received a
telegram front Dr. Daniel, president
of the state hoard of health of Florida,
stating that the alleged cxistnnce of
dengue fever at Fernandina, Fla., has
beeu investigated by the state health
officers and reported to him to be
Sr: Paul, Minn., July 26.—A
Pioneer Tress special front Morriston,
Minn., says: “One of the worst
storms ever experienced here came up
about I o’clock yesterday afternoon
Clouds moved in every direction,
resembling cyclonic clouds. Hailstones
as large as eggs fell, accompanied by
a heavy wind and rein storm. Two
large barns were demolished and
other buildings were tin roofed
Shanghai, July 16.—The Yellow
river has again hurst its banks
Shantung, inundating an immense
extent of country. Thcro is twelve
feet of water throughout ten large
governmental districts. The loss ol
life and property is incalculable. Tlte
government authorities at Peking arc
dismayed. Owing to the incapacity
of the local authorities, foreign
engineering aid, in order to pcr.ua-
iiently repair the channel of the river,
is considernted imperative.
Washington, July 26.—Mary Ann
Dougherty got a good deal of mis
placed sympathy in congress and the
republican organs Inst winter, Itccauso
President Cleveland vetoed her pen
sion bill for substantial reasons. On
the strength of this she was appointed
by Secretary Rusk last month to a
good place in the department of agri
culture. This morning she appeared
before the police court charged with
being drunk and disorderly. She
begged the mercy of the court, as she
was afraid, she said, of losing her
official position. Judge Millar said
lie would give her another chance,
but lie told her that if she continued
to get drunk she would have to go to
that the issues which heretofore pro
vailed were settled .at Appomattox.
If by a single twist of the wrist she
could reverse those results, it would
uot be done.—Times-Uition, Jackson
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day or night, by competent Pharmacists. They use only Squibb's preparations in the
prescription department and guarantee goods and prices.
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T110MA8VILLK, Ga., Is.June,
Alexander, N, C
All llcnlint. Springs, X. C
Asheville. X. C
Illnek Mountain, X.C
Rig Tunnel, Vn
Illuc Ridge, Ya
Cumberland Falls, Kjr
Flat Rock, X. (’
French Lick .Springs, hid., via Mont
Hendersonville, X. U
The Everlasting Grind.
The everlasting, (lemnition grind
kept it]), day after day, week after
week, month after month, and year
after year, by such Journals as the
Inter Ocean about “evidences of
Southern disloyalty,” is enough to
make even the buzzards around Chi
cago roost in the tops of the tallest
trees to get above the villainous growl.
It two or more southern men kill a
chicken, or churn, or open a keg of
nails, without first invoking the di
vine blesdug on the Union (audit
must lie delivered through the nose at
that) the Inter Ocean, the old Gad-
grind of journalism, sets tip its un
godly l owliug and tooting.
* * * *
If a few devilts'.i I oys down south
get together and shave a mule’s tail
and paint his sides, and fail to make
the n’.tnven member look and stick
out like a Hag-staff, and fail to paint
red, white and Blue etri|>cs on the
animal’s larboard and starboard bal-
Iast-holded, old Io again begins to
bellow and paw up the ground ns if
fresh blood in a butcher’s stall had
just been discovered.
A f- w days ago the people of Geor
gia dedicated their new state capitnl,
and very properly used their state
flag in the ceremonies. Now, if there
is a loyal, progressive stato in the
Union, it is Georgia. The state (lag
fit the state eapitol, and there was no
thought of another rcltcllion. But, all
the same, tire Inter Ocean lias been
keeping up the tiresome grind ever
since. While the soutli makes no
apologies for the late war, she holds
the dead past as dead forever, and
Hickory, X. C
Hot S*-rings, Yu
Lurny Caverns 35 85
Marietta, Ga 13 30
Marion, X. C 21 05
Mount Airy, (in 10 30
Xewport Xews, Ya 37 30
Xiugnra Falls, X. Y. via Cincinnati... 45 55
Norfolk, Ya 37 30
Old Point Comfort, Ya.viu A. C. L.... 39 33
Powder Springs, Ga 13 45
Roanoke, Ya 30 90
Spartanburg, S. C 20 70
Tate Springs (Morristown) J1 90
Tallulah Palls, (ia 17 25
Toccon, <!a 10 95
Tryon, X. C 21 55
Walhalla, S. C. 18 80
Warm Springs, Ga *. 12 70
West linden Springs, 1ml., via Mont
gomery 36 75
White Sulphur Springs, <!» 15 25
White Sulphur Springs, West Ya 34 50
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1889. Good to return not later than Octo
ber 31st, 1889.
The above named points are only a few ol
the Summer resorts to which tickets are
Should parties desire information in re
gard to places not mined in the above list,
will cheerfully give it to them.
F. M. Yak DYKE,
Passenger & Ticket Agent,
W. P. HARDEE,
Gen. Passenger Agent,
Savannah, Go. .
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We will open, Monday, April 1st, at the
place lately occupied by Mr. P. 11. Hone
a fine stock of fresh incats. Beef, Mutton and
Our meats arc from our own farms, fat,
uicy nnd sweet.- We will be glad to receive
j our patronage and will serve you with the
Xest meats at the lowest possible prices.
F. P. Hoax & lino
L. SCHMIDT, Proprietor.
Headquarters for pure larbonatrd bever
ages, at wholesale and retail. Rest soda
(rater with pure fruit juice flavors.
Ice Cream Parlors
of the Ladies.
On draught also, the new Mexican
Non-alcoholic, delicious, cooling, vitalizing.
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ever dispensed from the soda fountain, but
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It improves the appetite, aids digestion and
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Prepared from \ the nutritious properties
of pure fruit juices, combined with the ex
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Proprietor Thomasville Bottling Works,
Reynolds, Hargrave & Davis, Prop’rs.
PIANOS AND OllGANS
W. S. Brown, the Jeweler, 1ms so-
cured the agency tor all the llrst-elass
Pianos and Organs, wldc-h ho is selling
at tho lowest prices for cash or on long
time. Those desiring to purchase will
do well to leuru his prices and terms.
Reid A Culpepper nre keeping up with the
precession, they imvo secured the ngency of
lie fiunous Star Mineral Water, the lir.es
reparation known lor dyspepsia. It I
11 arantced to cure. 4 li t
lie Episcopal Rectory, on McLean Are
te. Possession given at once. Apjdy to
lUr. C. I. LaRocuk,
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Wire Screen Doors nnd Windows, Susie
Doors nnd Blinds
AND INSIDE HARDWOOD FINISH A
REAL SSTATB AGI \T.
OFFICE IN MITCHELL HOUSE BLOCK.
Cilj and Coatirj Propcrti for Silr,
And fanes l’l Id.
Bring me a description oi your property
from three to eight years old; home-raised
from the licst breeds that have been brought
to this county, nnd most ot them well broke.
Included is the trotting stallion, Sam Jones,
four ycnrsold (sire Revoke, dam Whirlwind),
works well anywhere, double or single, and
any woman or child can drive him that can
drive any horse. They will lie sold. I
don’t expect to get the value for any of
them, so any party who wants good stock
for any purpose, will find this probably the
best opjiortunity that will he offered in this
Also a few acres of land.
W. M. SMITH,
dAw Poverty Hill Farm.