THE DAILY TIMES-ENTERPRISE.
T OHN TKIPLETT, - -
S. B. BURR, - Busincs
SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER I. 1880.
every morning (Monday e>
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every Saturday morning.
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N.n. II IKK. UiisIii<«
is publis u
, 1 on
Major McKinley, of O-h i-o, is op
posed to an extra session.
Mrs. Terry has appeared in court
again. Mrs. Terry should disappear.
The court has decided against sev
erance,in the cases of the Cronin mur
And now New York threatens to
build a tower which will dwarf the
Eiffel structure into insignificance.
The daughter, and only child of
Stonewall Jackson, is dead. The south
will mourn with the bereaved mother
and husband. Julia Jackson recently
married Mr. W. K. Christian.
An effort is to he made to do away
with the dam just above Augusta,
which supplies their great canal. Of
course Augusta will resist it. It would
ruin the great cotton mills there.
Turner, of the Albany News and
Advertiser, has discovered that the
ladies of Atlanta wear russet hose as
well as russet shoes. Me says the
discovery was purely accidental.
The range of the Mannlichcr rifle
was proved again in a startling manner
the other day,when an Austrian soldier
was killed by one at target practice at
a reputed range ot over two miles and
The G. A. R. passed mild resolu
tions endorsing Tanner. A resolution
fully endorsing his administration of
the pension bureau was offered, but
was withdrawn, and the milder one
Tanner lias been imprudent enough
to assail Henry Waltcrson. If Ian
ncr’s hide is not tanned, and lning up
to dry bclorc Watlcrson gets through
with him, it will he the eighth wonder
of the world.
And now Tanner wants all the wid
ows ot soldiers who have married, tt
receive pensions, back pay, galore,and
so forth. Tanner wil 1 never rest until
he can catch a glimpse ot the bottom
ot the treasury. In the meantime the
tax payers will soon reach the bottom
of their pockets.
If the farmers of cotton growing
states would economize, raise their
meat and mules, and practice mixed
husbandry to the end of producing at
home adequate supplies of all kinds,
they would soon recover their once
enviable position—the richest agricul
turists in the world.—News and Ad
An effort is being made in the Geor
gia legislature to pension the widows
of cx-confcderates who were killed in
battle, died from wounds, or perma
ncntly disabled by service in the con
federate army. This would help many
a poor struggling woman. Widows
who are married would not, of course
share in this pension.
Mr. Snclson, of Meriwether, is a
thron in the legislative side. Regular
ly every morning lie introduces a res'
olution that no member shall i eeeivc
pay while absent from his seat, even
though excused, and regularly the
House tables the resolution with great
heat. Mr. Snelson is wrong in con
tinually reopeuing a question which
has been settled by legislative vote.
His persistence in combating the
sense of the House is an unjustifiable
.consumption of that very time and
money he professes to be desirous to
save. But the Legislature is wroug
in treating the proposition itself as an
insult- lu itself it is just and right
I’cr diem is n compensation for ser
vice, and if the member does not rett
ilcr the service lie is not entitled to
receive the pay.—Augusta Chronicle,
The difference between Northern
preaching and practice in the treat
ment of the negro, is illustrated by the
accidental juxtaposition of two news
items in the Cincinnati Enquirer ol
last Thursday. One is a special tele-
gram from Selma, Ala., in reference
to the. trouble created by an editorial
in a 111 gro paper there, advising the
“down trodden'’ race to arm for a war
with tTic whiles, and predicting the
utter destruction of the latter. Asa
reason for thus urging his readers to
adopt the "torch and dagger” policy
recommended hy Gen. Sherman, the
editor charges the white people with
depriving his race of every right, and
making their condition unbearable.
He only echoes the statements made
every day in radical newspapers of
the North, which rarely fail in this
connection to vaunt the superior hu
manity and justice of liberty-loving
Yankecdom. One would imagine, in
the absence of facts to the contrary,
that negroes were allowed at the
North all the privileges which these
papers claim should he accorded them
in tin- South.
The other item in the Enquirer, im
mediately preceding the special, re
lates an assault made upon a negro
employed in a Cincinnati stable by-
two white drivers. It appears that
the negro had been made boss of Un
stable, and celebrated his promotion
by ordering one of the drivers |about
in a very offensive maimer. At least
the driver took that view of it, and he
jumped on the new boss.
The other driver couldn’t hear to
see his comrade fighting with a ‘‘nig
ger,” so lie took a hand himself. Be
tween them the negro was beaten un
til life was almost extinct, and this,
too, while the music of brass hands
was calling the populace together to
welcome the representative of the race
equality policy, President Harrison.
The treatment of this negro was in
accordance with the usual practice
north of the Ohio river. The Kn
quirer says “the new stable boss was
objectionable to the drivers on ac
count of liis color,” and the paper
seems to consider the motive too nat
ural to need elaboration. The drivers
took-their cue from mechanics who re
fuse to work on buildings with lie
grocs, and possibly from the 5 oung
Men’s Christian Association of New
York, which refuses to admit the
brother in ldaek to membership or to
In the South white and negro me
chanics work side hy side on lniildings j
and the same is true of cotton com
presses, limgshoiciiii n at (Southern
pints, and other occupations. The
black man is paid just as much as the
white man of equal skill. It lie he
thrifty and shrewd lie can, and dots,
accumulate property and lay up
money against a rainy day.
Ilis children have the facilities for
obtaining an education that are oili-red
white children, and in every- other
aspect his material interests are bet
ter guarded here than in the land of
the canting Puritan.—Evening News,
latest telegraphic news.
Stonewall Jackson’s Daughter Dead
Dan Lamonl Buys z Railroad -John Chi
naman Going For the “Meliican Man”
A Colored Convention Called —Har-
rison-Heoitatcs About the Extra Ses
sion Americans Arrested in Switzer
land For Tramps.
Ni;\v Yiikk, Aug. GO. — At noon
to-day the irnpcliises, tracks, etc, of
the PnoaiLivay Surface railroad were
auction at the real estate ex-
fiir sAY),000, Col. Daniel La
is the purchaser. There was
h. l.M in
Aug. i’ll, 1 A. M.—A
the Standard from Shnn-
“Peking advices are that
a number of high Chinese officials
have petitioned I’riuec Chilli to have
all Americans employed in China
expelled from the empire. It is re
ported that Prince Chun consents.”
Boston, Aug. 30.—A meeting of
colored people was held here to-night
at which if was decided to hold a con-
ferenre of leading colored men of the
,-omilrv in this city some time in Sep
tember, tor the purpose of considering
the m:itier of the distribution of the
feih r-.il patronage. .
I)i:i:i: I’akk, Mj>., Aug. 30.—It
is improbable that President Harrison
will call an extra session of congress,
at least s-, the representative of the
Associated Press is led to believe by
a conversation with men who have the
President's confidence, though this
Lfi ixNi:, Aug. 30.—Mr. Wash
burn, Eniled Stales minister to Switz
erland, has made a formal protest to
the Budesralc- against the wrongful
arrest of four American tourists at
Berne, charged with being pickpockets.
The poisons referred to were liberated
after two day’s imprisonment. No
apology was ottered to them for the
mistake that had been made. Heavy
damages are elaimen.
Ciiapj.ottk, N.C. Aug.—Mrs. W.E.
Christian nrr Julia Jackson, only child
of Stonewall Jackson, died here nt C
o’clock this morning, after a two
week’s illness 0 f typhoid fever.
Lkxini.tdn, Y.v., Aug. 30.—The
remains ot Mrs. W. 13. Christian, who
died at Charlotte, N. C. this morning,
will he buried here beside her father,
Gen. Thomas J_ Jackson (Stonewall),
Now that the lease question lias
been settled, the next thing is the
knotty problem involved in the better
rctitioii for Charter.
(; E< >U(» I A—Thomas County.
To the Superior Court of said county: The pe
tition of John Triplett, S. II. Itiurr, Albert Win
ter. A. I’. Wright, 8. L. Hayes, James Watt, and
their associates, auccossors and assigns, shows
that they desire to be made a body corporate
and politic, with all the rights, powers and priv
ileges usually incident and necessary to corpo
rations. in: ler the name and stylo ot the Timks-
Kntf.iiI'KisK rrnhisiiiNti Compavy. That they
desire to do a general printing and publishing
business, including all the branches of a news-
naner business ana of job printing and binding.
That they desire to have the authority to lease,
buy, hold and sell real estate, and to construct
and own buildings thereon, in connection with
said newspaper and job business, and to make
any and all contracts necessary to carry on such
lusiness; ami to adopt such constitution and
bv-l.aws for its government and the successful
prosecution of its business as arc not inconsist
ent with this charter, or the constitution of
Inws of this State or of the United States.
That the principal otlico ami place of business of
said company shall be in Thomasville, in Thom
as county, (Jeorgla. That the capital stock of
said company shall be Kiglit Th msand Dollars
(#8 000.00), divided into shares of One Hundred
Dollars each, .anti Petitioners dosir# to havo the
privilege ot increasing their capital stock at
fjnic to any amount not exceeding One
Hundred Thousand Dollars ($100,000.) That they
desire that the business affairs of said company
shall be under the control of a Hoard of Direc
tors composed of not less than Hyc nor more
than nine of its stockholders, who shall have
nower to elect such officers as they in their
discretiontnav deem best for the welfare of the
Company, prescribing their salary ami duties.
That they desire to have perpetual succession,
to have and use a common seal, and that this
charter remain in force for twenty (20) years,
with the privilege of renewal at the end ol that
time. Amt that the liability ef stockholders to
the creditors of the Company shall be to the ex
tent of their unpaid stock subscription, and- no
more. JOHN TRIPLETT,
8. B. BURK,
Clerk'--' office SiTtr.nlon Court:
1 hereby certify that tho above ami-foregoing
petition Is an exact copy of petition filed in ot-
lice till* (lav. ns will appear from my minutes.
This, uotli tiny ol August, law.
Furniture, Carpets, Redding, Childrens
Carriages Wall 1’aper and Window Shades
Struw'mattings, Hugs, etc- The host style
and lowest prices in Ihe city. <
GEO. W. FORBES,
,3-1 |., v 2t dtt Masury Building-
W. D. Ilovt & Co., Wholesale nnd Retail
Druggists of Rome On., says: We have been
selling Dr. King's New Dicovcry, Electric
Ritters and Bueklcn’s Arnica Salve for four
years Have never handled remedies that
sell as well, or give such universal satisfac
tion. There have been some wonderful
cures effected by these medicines in this
citv. .Several eases ot pronounced Consump
tion Lave been entirely cured by use ot a
few bottles of Dr. King’s New Discovery,
taken in connection with Electric Ritters.
We guarantee them always. Sold l»v S. J.
A Positive Cure for Every Skin, Scalp
and Blood Disease except Ichthyosis.
INorliuh H Yearn. Head,
llrrnd a Nolle! Wcnli,
dim at r
Urn! Doctor* and JVJedi*
Cured by Uillicitr« llciuc-
eo»« of $.’1.73.
I have used the Cutlcnra Remedies with the
best results. I have used two bottles of the
Cuticura Resolvent, three bottles ol Cuticura
and one cake of Cuticura soap, and am cured ol
a terrible scalp anil skin disease known as pso
riasis. 1 had il for eight years. I would get
better and worse at times. Sometimes my head
would be a solid scab, and was at the time I be
gan the use of tho Cuticura Keiuodics,
arms werocovered with scabs from my
to my shoulders,
Macon’s Mayor on Carpet-Baggers.
New York .Star: “I’ll tell yon
wliat wc want in Georgia, that is
Northern men anil Northern capital
for legitimate business,” said lion
B. Price, Mayor of Macon, (in., i
is spending a few days in the city.
What wc don’t want,” he continued,
‘is carpet-baggers. TJtc gentlemen
without any capital but their wits, and
no intention of doiug honest, work arc
just the kind of people wc don’t want,
But we are getting them, too many of
them. They want to get into politic:
or anything else they can to make a
dollar without work. In my section
of Georgia wc are having a highly
prosperous season. Farmers and busi
ness men generally feel it and look for
its continuance. To this prosperity
Northern enterprise is doiug much to
bring this state of affairs about, and
wc arc glad to sec Northern settlers
come into our country when they
mean business. But wc don’t want
atty more carpet-baggers.”
' Everything Serene-
The Queen ol England, in her ad
dress to parliament, day before yester
"My relations with the other powers
arc most cordial, and since the begin
ning of the session nothing has hap
pened to diminish my confident ex
pectation that the peace ot Europe
will remain unbroken.”
Mr. West, of Habersham, has intro
duced a bill in the bouse to incorporate
the town of Demurest, in that county.
A novel feature is a proviso that the
women be allowed to vote. This
the first bill ol the kind ever introduc
ed in the legislature. It is proper to
add that the town is settled by north
western people, and it is by their
lucst that ibis novel feature is in the
bill. Georgia is not good missionary
ground for the nciv isms of the north.
_ I hows
breast was almost one sol
id scab, and my back covered with sores vary-
‘-'-dollar. I had doe.
rs with no relief,
and used many different medicines without
fcffoct. My case was hereditary, and I begani to
think, incurable, but it began
first application of Cuticura
> heal from the
Kklu Disease O Your* fur^il.
I am thankful to say that I have used tlic Cu
ticura Remedies for about eight mouths with
iM-cat success, and consider ntyscli entirely
M * 1- r—u which 1 havcsulfercd
number of medicine
and two of tho best doctors in the country, but
found nothing that would olfcct a cure until
u S cd S -o«rrcn.°mc.. a Mi W AFr ix ,
The Worst C’nsr of Ncrofnlnr Cured.
Wc have been selling your Cuticura Reinedie;
for years, and have the first complaint yet ti
receive from a purchaser. One of the w >rst
cases of Scrofular l ever saw cured 1.
of five bottles of Cuticura Resolvent, Cuticura
and Cuticura soap.
TAYLOR A- TAYLOn, Druggist,
Cutic urn ItcinediCN.
the skin, - ... .
from pimples to scrofular, except possibly leli-
tl ?old everywhere. Price, Cuticura, oc.; Soap,
2ft.; Resolvent, $1. Prepared bv the Potter
Drug and Chemical Co., Boston, Mass.
drftend for “How to Cure Skin Diseases,”
04 pages, 50 illustrations, and 100 testimonials.
Young TJ’emale College,
Fall Session Begins Wednesday, September 4th, 1889.
Full Collegiate course, affords every facility for a thorough
education. Location healthful, grounds extensive and attractive.
BA K VAX,
Collegiate course, term of 20 weeks,
Preparatory Department, 20 weeks,
Music, per' month, - -
Drawing, per month, ....
Painting, “ f‘
Board in College per month,
Tuition payable ont-lialf in advance, balance
of lirst quarter. JNO. K.
Headquarters for Drags!
REID & CULPEPPER'S
120-122 Broad St., - Thomasville, Ga
:School and Blank Books, Stationery,:
Of every style. Pianos and Organs, Sheet Music, Etc.
<1 T4TH A R IN MIND
THAT THEY HAVE THE
Handsomest and Best kept Drug Store
Where you can find fresh nnd pure drugs and
day or night, by competent Pharmacists,
prescription department and guarantee goods i
pt prescriptions compounded at all hours*
They use only Squibb’* preparations in tho
REID d CULPEPPER, 120433 ISroad Nt
Continued at Cost Until Sept. 15.
Wc arc pleased to announce that the heavy reductions wc
have made in prices of our Clothing, Furnishing Goods ancL
Hats, has enabled us to reduce our stock considerably. Being
anxious to dispose of it all before Fall season, we will from
now on inaugurate special reductions in various lines.
L OOK I
Ktal Linen Chambries at 10 cents.
Figured Clmllics at (>} cents.
Fall Clmllics, the latest style in Cot
ton Goods, at 8 cents.
All other Dress Goods in proportion.
2 pieces Turkey Red Damask at 30c.
1 “ “
3 “ “ “ “ 50c.
The largest stock and host goods in
the city for tlic money.
100 dozen Towels
at 5 i
T2 • “
One case 11 Bleaching at 0A cents.
We also call your attention to our
remnant counter, where bargains are
Wc will;bc pleased to have all who wish anything in our line to call and
vet prices before buying elsewhere. Very Respectfully,
L. Steyerman & Bro.
even rpccies of agonising humiliating,
C burning, scaly, and pimply diseases ot
in, scalp anti blood, ■with loss of hair,
and oily akin prevented by CutiouraSunp.
YOUR OWH PRICE.
MISS LAURA JONES
ng moved her damn;
e Mitchell House 111*
ns, has determined t
k to the store
t door to Miss
ortli, so as to have none but new
ivhen she reopens at her old place,
rc, ladies, arc requested to call and get
n many of my goods were not damaged
ml others only slightly, ami parties
ke money by calling at once.
Arc still in the front ranks, and are
there to stay. They are growing in
favor every day, and in spite of that
powerful competitor, the credit system,
our sales show a very gratifying in
crease every week. Please read the
way down prices below -.
Best Patent Flour, per bbl. ' ; 6$
Best Creamery Butter, 25
New Cream Cheese, 15
Magnolia Hams, 13
N. Y. Salt Pork 08
Best Rio Coffee, green,
M. J., parched 30
Best head rice 61
Granulated Sugar, 10L lbs. 1.00
White Extra C Sugar 11 lbs. 1.00
And everything else in our line at just
as low figures. We can save you
money, and will do so if you will give
us the chance.
M. P. Pickett.
WEAK, PAINFUL. BACKS,
To tho Friends of Education.
Kidneys and Uterino Rains and
Weaknesses, relieved in one minute by
.... the Cuticura Anti-l’ain l’laster. the
first and only pain killing plaster. New, instan-
• ' Mlble. 25 cents.
My Kindergarten and Primary school will
open on Monday,Sept. 10, 1881L With the
assistance of Miss Laura Barnes, who will
devote more of her time to the work, l wish
to make my school FIRST CLASS in every
To furnish tic material I will need, which
will include that used in AutomaticDrawing,
Clay Modeling and coloring, also slate and
lead pencils, I find it necessary to make my
tuition $0.00 lor the term.
Yours very respectfully.
• 30-01 • MARY F. BARNES.
B. B. B. (Botanic Blood Balm.)
If you try this remedy you will say ns
many others have said, that it is the best
Idood purifier and tonic. Write Blood Balm
Co., Atlanta, Uu., for book of convincing
J. P. Davis, Atlanta, (la. (West End),
writes, “I consider that B* B. IL has perma
nently cured me o* rheumatism and sciatica.”
R. R. Snulter, Athens, C«a., says: B. B. B.
cured me of an ulcer that had resisted all
K. (L Tinsley, Columbiana, Ala., writes :
“My mother and sister had ulcerated sore
throat and scrofula* B. B. B. cured them.”
Jacob F- Sponcler, Xcwnan, On., writes :
B. B. B. entirely cured meof rheumatism in
shoulders. I used six bottles,
has. Reinhardt, No. 2020 Fountain .Street
Baltimore, Mil., writes : “1 suffered with
bleeding piles two years, and am glad to say
that oae bottle of B. B. IL cured me.”
J. J. Hardy, Toccoa, (la., writes : “B. B.B.
is a quick cure for catarrh. Three bottles
cured me. 1 had been troubled several
A. .Spink, Atlanta, (la., says : One bottle
oi B. B. B. completely cured my child of
W. A. Pepper, Fredonia, Ala, writes:
IL IL IL cured my*mother of ulcerated sore
Every third person you meet is
troubled more or less with biliousness,
and don’t know how to get rid of it.
The causes are easily recorded. A lack
of sufficient exercise, eating too much
by persons of sedentary habits, indulg
ence in too rich food, a sluggish torpid
liver where the blood does not do its
duty, and bile is allowed to accumu
late; these cause the whites of the eye
to turn yellow, the skin to look thick
and coarse, and the complexion yellow
or dark. These are sure indications
of biliousness. Brown’s Iron Bitters
is the remedy you want. It acts di
rectly upon the blood, cleanses aud
purifies it, and sends it on its journey
through the channels of the liver, giv
ing to it activity and clearing out the
bile. It will remove the yellow tinge
from the eyes and the complexion,
leaving the latter fresh and clear.
Notice of Election.
To thk Qualified Voteus or Thomasmllk:
In accordance with ti resolution of Coun
cil, passed at a regular meeting on the 1 Dili
of August, 188P, an election was ordered and
will be held on the twentieth (20th) day of
September, 1881),at the usual place of hold
ing municipal elections, as prescribed by an
Act of the State Legislature, approved Sept.
1st, 1887, on the question of “Bonds” or
“No Bonds.” The amount of bonds to he
issued will be Fifteen Thousand ($15,000)
Dollars, for the purpose of purchasing land
for park purposes, the balance, it any, to be
applied to the extension of the water wopks
of the town. The rate ot interest which
the bonds are to bear will he five (5) per
cent, per annum, ami payable semi-annually;
the whole amount to be paid off in thirty
years, which will require Seven Hundred
and Fifty Dollars ($750.00) annually for the-
interest, and Five Hundred Dollars ($500.00)
aur.ually to provide for payment ot tins
JOS. HANSKLL MERRILL,
Mayor pro tem.
Thomasville, (hi., Aug. ID, 1880.
J. L. & \V. A. Pringle can s
seed rye at $1.50 per bushel,
fore supply is exhausted.
ipply you with
(’all early, be-
Tax and Registration Notice.
I will be at the following named
places on days named below for the
purpose of collecting the State and
County taxes for the year 1889, and
registering the legal voters of Thomas
Duncanville, Monday, Sept. 9.
Mclcalle, Tuesday, “ 10.
East Glasgow, Wednesday, “ n-
Boston, Thursday, “ 1 -■
Ways, Etiday, “ *3-
Murphcy’s, Monday, “ ib-
Ochlockoncc, Tuesday, “ 17-
.Spence, Thursday, - «9-
Cairo, Friday, “ 2 °-
P, S. Hf.etii, T. C. T. C.
INSURE AGAINST ACCIDENTS.
Received ol' tlic Preferred .Mutual Accident
Association, of Xcw York, Thirty-Two Dol
lars for ten days' disability, resulting from
accident. I cheerfully recommend this Co.
for prompt payment, K. M. Smith,
Casli'r Hank of Thos’villc.
Thomasville, (la,, Aug. 2, 1888.
$.1,1100 INI'.ATII ItV ACCIDENT.
3,OOt> I.ONS OF HANDS* »U FEET.
3,000 I,OSS OC HAND AND FOOT.
•2,300 I.OSS OF HAND OK FOOIV
0,300 I.ONSOF BOTH KVKN.
2,300 PERSIASENT,Toml Disability
030 I.OSS OF ONE EVE.
•23 pci- week, Temporary Total Dis
FOlt FIFTY-TWO WEEKS.
COSTS IX THIS ASSOCIATION,
ONE DOLLAR PER MONTH,
while other accident companies In the event of
serious accidental injury stop tlin payment of
indemnity at the end ut twenty-ala weeks, the
Preferred Mutual continues tiro same tor llfty-
T. X. IIOI’KI.V*, AfiCUl,
PIANOS AND ORGANS
W. S. Drown, Hie Jeweler, bus ee-
eured the agency for all tho llnit-oloaa
Pianos and Organs, which ho is selling
at tho lowest prices for cash or on long
time. ThoEo desiring to purchase will
do well to learn his prices nud terms.