THE DAILY TIMES-ENTERPRISE.
JOHN TRIPLETT, - - - Editor.
S. B. BURR, - Business Manager.
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Were the pistols loaded ?
Senator Brown is in Marietta, and is
As usual, but little or no business
was transacted in the legislature on
Mr. and Mrs. Cleveland are spend
ing the heated term in a little town
called Marion, in Massachusetts.
That murder in Macon, in a gam
bling den, ought to put a stop to that
nefarious practice in Macon.
What is Seay going to say about it ?
and what is Gordon going to do about
Sunset Cox admits that he docs not
know who will be nominated for the
presidency by the democrats in 1892.
Scarcely any tfto members of the
legislature agree as to'thc lease and bet
terment questions. This shows a
great variety of talent.
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Woman suffrage was defeated in
Montana yesterday by a lie vote. But
won’t the women make it hot for the
fellow who cast the tie vote.*
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• Bruffcy, of the Constitution, was the
only man to dye Alabama soil with his
red, red gore, on the occasion of the
late duel between Calhoun and Wil
The Quitman Herald and hrec
Press have consolidated. This is sen
sible. Messrs. Hanlon and Groover
■ will make the “Quitman Press" one of
the best papers in the State.
There is no question about that
flask having been loaded, which was
brought into requisition when the
duel ended between Calhoun and
Williamson. It was loaded to the
muzzle. And it was, besides, a muz
THE BURGLARS IN WAYCR0SS
Tanner and the G. A. R -The Legislature
Still Struggling with the Lease Ques
tion—A Hotel Burned in Kentucky—
The Mcmoryof David Crocke.lt -
The Brown-Sequard Elixir in
Mobile, Ala—The NcwYork
Cotton Exchange Stands
by Cotton Bagging
Wa yritnss, GA , Aug. 12. Burg
laries are, numerous in this city just
now. Last night the residences n|
,J, W. Mallon and J. II. Stokes were
burglarized. Mr. Mallon lost S-'f and
a watch, but a water haul was made
at Mr. Stokes.
Washington', Aug. 12.—Corporal
Tanner lias taken the administration
hint anil announces that even if unan
imously elected he would not accept
the office of commandor-in chief of the
G. A. R. He thinks “merely as a
cold guess” that Gov. Alger ol Michi
gan will be elected.
Ati.anta, Oa., Aug. 12.—The
House to-day resumed consideration
of the bill to lease the state road, and
a number of speeches were made on Mr.
Rankin’s amendment. Mr. Rankin
had the floor when the committee rose.
He will probably close the debate on
the third section and amendments.
Cincinnati, O., Aug. 12.—A
special to the Times-Star from Lex
ington, Ivy., says: “The Arlington
hotel at Blue Lick Springs was burn
ed this morning. One hundred
guests were at the hotel, all of •whom
escaped. The loss is 8'>7,000; the
insurance 817,000. Senator Black
burn and ex-Cliicf .Justice Ilargie
and family were among the guests.”
Knoxville, Ti:nn., Aug. 12.—-
Extensivc preparations arc being
Hide to celebrate the 101>d anniversa
ry of Davy Crockett’s birthday on
the farm where he was horn, near
Limestone. Among the guests will
he B. P. Crockett of Cranberry, Tex
tile only living son of the fron
tiersman, and the only living grand
son of Col. Tv II. Crockett of Now
Moisii.e, At,a., Aug. 12.—The
Brown-Sequard elixir was tried here
this afternoon, the patients being Dr.
Peter Culssorq lor many years a vie
tim of rheumatic gout, and Thomas
Bratton of Coflcevillo, Ala., afflicted
with a liver trouble. Dr. Colsson
prepared the elixir and a brother phy
sician injected it in his arm. 1 wo
hours later, when questioned about
the results, he said : “1 am certain \
feel better; my joints arc more stipple
and my blood is circulating through
my legs, and you can see 1 am able
to stand up without crtitches.” ’I hen
"moving his toes up and down lie
said that this was the first time he
had been able to do so for twelve
Mr. Bratton reported no change in
New York, Aug. 12 —A conference
Captain Harry Jackson appeared to
be anxious to shoot somebody during
the duel. He threatened to shoot -
Col. Seay, of Rome, and Mr. King, was held in the cotton exchange to-day
he second ol Mr. Williamson. Col. between the commissioners of the
3eay and Mr. King are spared to their southern states and a special commit-
tee of the New York Cotton Exchange
The result was the appointment of
Henry Ilcntz, C. D. Miller, James
Meissmer, Theo. H. Price, M. IE
Lehman, R. Wollenden and R. H.
Rountree as a committee to dralt res
olutions to be submitted to the Liver
pool Colton Exchange favoring the
use of cotton bagging in which to
wrap cotton, instead of jute. The
southern comtnisson was composed of
J. T. Henderson, of Georgia, John T.
Cheney, of Alabamr, 1). M. Hood, of
Tennessee, and A. P. Butler, of South
Ati.anta, Ga., Aug. 12.—Messrs.
Calhoun and Jacksou have relumed
to the city aud were about their usual
business to-day. Owing to conflicting
reports as to what occurred on the
field, a statement will probably be
given to the press, in regard to the
event as soon as it is submitted to
both sides. Gov. Seay lias telegraph
ed Gov. Gordon that lie expects him
to assist in bringing the violators of
Alabama law to justice, and while no
requisition has been received direct, it
noitnoN wii.i, honor it.
Gov. Gordon will honor the requi
sition when it comes, and the members
of the dueling parly are ready to go
to Alabama, if wanted, without a re
There is just uncertainly enough
families. This is as it should be.
Another old man—the oldest in the
United States—turns up in Missouri.
Of course he remembers seeing Wash
ington. These'old men all do. There
is a painful impression, and it is
broadening and deepening with the
lapse of years, that some of these old
men are lying.
Talk about trusts? There are live
trusts announced to have a combined,
capital of S179,000,000 distributed
among them as follows: The lead
trust has 880,000,000 capital; the
sugar trust 8-70,000,000; the cotton
seed oil trust, 815,000,000; the dealers
and cattle feeders trust; 811,000,000:
It was reported on Monday, in At
lanta, that the negroes would, in re
taliation for the burning in effigy of
Messrs. Lewis and Buck, burn Mr.
Lyons and his daughter, in efligy that
night. Thousands of whites assembled,
armed, and determined to resist the
proposed action. Miss Lyons, it will
be remembered, was the youn^white
lady who resigned her place in the
post office, rather than he thrown in
contact with the negro, Penny, who
was placed in her department. The
negroes, seeing the determination of
the whites to resist this insult to a
young lady, wisely gave up the job.
about the scene of the duel to raise a
troublesome question ol jurisdiction.
It is not certain that the spot could
be identified, as the parties got oil
the dark to light the duel and hastily
left the grounds.
Jasper, Ft,a., A tig. 12—The con
struction train of the Georgia Boutli-
ern and Florida railroad is insight of
this place. Work on the road is
progressing rapidly, and -trains will
lie running through to Lake City in
a few weeks.
Ati.anta, Aug. 12.—There have
been no new developments ill Post
master Lewis' ease since Friday.
The newspapers have about dropped
the matter, hut the people never will.
It will b arn those people of Atlanta
who are .-u prone to run after van-
kees a good lesson.
General Lewis and his family were
treated well by the people of Atlanta
nothing coil'd he done of a public or
social nature that ho was not consul
ted. lie was tin- toast of the city, so
to speak, and yet the first chance he
had, lie heaped a flagrant insult upon
the very people who treated him so
But il is a good lesson to some peo
ple and hereafter carpet baggers will
lie more carefully scrutinized before
they are “picked up” and given such
great prominence as Lewis has had.—
Burke Identified by the Carisons.
Chicago, [i.t,., Aug. 12.—Martin
Burke, tin- Cronin suspect, was to-day
idenlifn d by Mr. and Mrs. Carison,
the owners ol the cottage in which
Dr. C mu in was murdered, as the man
who rented it from them, giving the
name of “Frank Williams.”
Laying Down the Law.
The following extract is taken from
Judge Terrili’s charge to the grand
jury at Purvis, Miss., touching the re
cent prize fight in that State:
Gentlemen—But little need be said
of the prize fight which took place at
Richburg on July S, last. The princi
pals in the said fight, and all the ac
cessories before and after the act, are
gtiiltv of a high misdemeanor. - A
fight by consent, without anger or ill
will between the two parties, without
any stake, reward, or prize whatever,
would be a serious crime under our
law, made by legislative enactment.
You are bound by your conscience, to
act upon the law as dec'arcd to you
from thin stand. Anger or ill will is
not necessary to constitute the crime
of assault and battery, nor does the
consent of the parlies take away the
guilt of tlie offense. A battery is un
lawful, physical force inflicting injury
or hurt upon another, whether done in
malice or wantonness: it need not be
Down With Jute.
I to nut fail to order that cotton bag
ging. \’ou can get it at West Point,
Georgia, or New Orleans Order your
supply at once, and let every bale
show up in anti-trust cotton cloth next
fall. Down with jute.—The Southern
Governors Lowry and Seay are
having a mighty hard time trying to
keep outsiders 'out invading their
states for tl.e purpose of fighting.
Tite Governors, however, are likely to
get in their last lick.
The report that Henry Grady was
one of the late dueling party docs that
smart vou.tg man injustice. Henry
Grady would rather go to Congress
than to accompany a dueling party to
a neighboring state to violate the law.
“Henri” is wise in his day and gener
Tn-cott, the Chicago murderer, was
captured again the other day. His
last capture took place it; Texas. He
hits been captured in nineteen States.
That 870,000 reward keeps up the
Ti e Savannah Daily Times con
Unites to arrive with distressing
regularity on I :-'ll 1\ M. train, in
stead of on the morning train, at 7
o’clock. Our sprightly contemporary'
should eorrect this.
The English Judge has sentenced
Mrs. Mnybrick to he hung on the
20th iust. A strong effort is being
made to secure her a pardon. Over
one huudered thousand signatures
appear on the petition for her pardon.
Laura Wolford, who was known as
the colored giantess,died in Lafayette,
Ind., the other day. She weighed
1I04A pounds, according To reports.
The fraction was probably given to
show that the statements of her weight
was absolutely correct.
From the Times-Union, Jacksonville.
A Georgia duel: Pop —pop, pop,
pop, pop, pop! Shake!
* Even New Orleans people are say
ing it is cool enough to remain at
home summers. Strange how the
size of a man s pocket book affects the
Women may not lie at the bottom
of all great eiitcipri.se.-, but her slipper
has often been in that neighborhood
of the embryo man who afterwards
Some ducliils shake before going
on to I lie Held, shake while there, and
then shake after it’s done with. Wo
can’t say of it. that it’s “no great,
loner at Ctapar Bates.
At a recent Hireling of the stockholders
if our Company, it whs decided to make
nans on city or country property in Thomas
oiinty at reduced rates, on short or Ion*;
time, at the option ol the borrower. For
full particulars apply to Alex. R. Jones, At
torney at law, Thomasville, Ga. Mr. Jones
will examine your titles and give fill ncecs-
TI1K GA. LOAN it TRUST CO.
The above company is a Georgia institu
tion, operating under a State charter, and
will do anything it can to accommodate our
people. It now oilers reduced rates on short
loans. Interest parable annually. Gall and
scenic. ’ ALKX. R. JONES,
atif'IT-w.'hn Attorney at Law.
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Passenger S. F. k \\\ l!v„
Thomasville, Ga., Is.June, 1
Alexander, X, C *
All Healing Spring.-’. \. G
Asheville, X. G
Rlack Mountain, X.G
Big Tunnel, Ya
Blue Ridge, Va
Cumberland Kalis, Ky
Flat Rock, X. G
French Lick Springs, Ind.. via Mont
Hendersonville, X. G
Hot Springs, Ya
Lola, G« *
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Newport News, Ya
Niagara Falls, X. Y. via Cincinnati
Old Point Comfort, Ya. via A. L..
Powder Springs, Ga
Spartanburg, S. G
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Tallulah Falls, Ga
Tryon, X. C
Walhttlla, S. C.
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White Sulphur Springs, West Ya 3-1 50
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1880. Good to return not later than Octo
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The above named points arc only a few of
the Summer resorts to which tick ns are
Should parties deVito information in re
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will cheerfully give it to them.
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Passenger k Ticket Agent,
W. P. HARDKE,
(Jen. Pn«sen«jer AgcpL
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Sullivan Ss Eilrain.
As Sullivan knocked out Kilrain in seventy-live rounds,
T j. SteyeiTTian & Bro.
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make other houses dread the name of Steyerman and Pro.
Owing to the large trade bestowed on us this spring, our Mr.
Simon Steyerman will leave for New York Monday to take
advantagc'of the market there. He will leave nothing undone
as the CASH talks. His instructions to us while he is away
Sell Clothing at Cost and Below,
To make room for his fall purchases. Call and take advan
tage of this opportunity.
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country by the East Tennessee, Virginian.
Georgia Railway, commencing June lb
good to return on or before October 31st.
rast train service with Pullman cars,
lb W. WREXN,
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