THE DAILY TIMES-ENTERPRISE.
JOHN TRIPLET^ - - • Editor.
8. B. BURR, - Business Manager.
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER tf, 1880.
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H. II. IintlC, ItiiMliirsa .11 iiiiii
Amcricus is going to liavc an elec
trie street railway. Work lias coni'
The Russian wheat crop is said to
be 35 per cent. off. This means good
prices for American wheat.
Billy Mahone. will be snowed under
in Virginia. The people of that proud
old commonwealth will spew him out
The bill to incorporate Dupont lias
179 sections. This is said to be the
longest bill ever introduced in the
house. It is bigger than Dupont.
Atlanta ought to open up a shooting
gallery, where duelists can practice.
■ Somehow nobody ever gels hurt.
Probably it some one were to get hurt,
they would stop the foolishness.
Atlanta puts in a modest claim for
the great exposition in ’92. Atlanta
is always modest. Well, there arc
more undesirable places of holding
’ the great expo, than Georgia’s capitol
The colored people ot Monroe
county have been in convention.
Among other things they recommend
ed the grand jury to find true bills
against all negroes found loafing
around the towns.
Columbus,Sept.3.—A large shipment
of pine straw bagging was received
ed in the city this morning by Rollin
Jefferson, Irom North Carolina. It
sold in a short time at the usual jute
price. It seems to be a good substi
tute for the “tiust” material.
The Kentucky democrat’s boast:
"I’m a yard wide and all wool.”—Kx.
The southern republican’s boast: "I’m
ail wool—though hardly a yard wide.”
The southern cotton planter's boast:
"I’m all cotton bagging, forty-lour
inches wide.’’ Next.
It is asserted that a negro is as
good as a white man in Ohio. It the
negro is not better than some ot the
white men in Ohio —of the Forakcr
stripe, for instance—the negro ought
to go out and hang himself in the
back shed. In behalf of the respecta
ble negroes ol the south, we protest
against the comparison.
The New York Advertiser says:
half a million of dollars a year
can become known as a large adver.
ttiser in American newspapers; but
many an advertiser lias expended
more than $50,000 in a single month
without using a single papers publish
ished outside the twelve or fifteen
largest cities. A page advertisement
inserted once in all the New York
dailies would cost not less than $3,
The Georgia larmers attended an
entertaiment in Cincinnati, in which
one hundred and twenty ballet girls
figured. A correspondent, in describ
ing their costumes, says: "Their cos
tumes consisted ol fascinating smiles
and satin slippers.” Rather airy
costumes these. We arc surprised at
the staid, steady hay seed men of
Georgia. Some curtain lectures arc
down on the bills, when they return to
Only five lawyers from Georgia were
present at the session of the American
Bar Association held last week in Chi
cago. They were Mr. W. I!. Hill, of
Macon; Mr. J. W. Aiken, of Carters-
ville, and Gen. A. R. I.awton, Col.
George A. Mercer and Mr. P. W. Mel-
drim, of Savannah. At the banquet
of the association there were seated
nearly 600 attorneys and counselors.
Gen. Lawton responded to the toast
to the bar.
The No Fence Law.
For the first time in the history of
Thomas county, or any portion of it,
a vote will soon be taken on the “no
fence” law, if the hill now pending
before the legislature becomes a law,
and we presume it will, as there can
he no objection to the free holders of
the section of the county south of the
railroad, voting 011 the question.
Wherever the experiment lias been
tried, it lias the universal endorsement
of the farmers. Counties in Middle
Georgia which have adopted the “no
fence” law, would not have the law
repealed for any amount. Ileal estate
has advanced heavily in every section
wlaft-e the law has been enacted. The
expense of keeping up fences is enor
mous. Few farmers, perhaps, have
correct idea of this drain 011 their
resources and time, unless they have
given the subject special study. Tis
said that the annual cost of keeping
up the fences in the United State:
amounts to a sum equal to the
interest on the national debt.
These ase startling figures, but
they are doubtless true. And then,
the growing scarcity of timber-
timber which is now becoming more
valuable every day—is another and
strong argument in tavor of doing
away with the fences.
The writer was, some months since,
driven through sonic of the farms in
the vicinity' of Fort Valley. Hous
ton county has for years had a 110
fence law. Instead of the ugly, un
sightly rail fences, with corners grown
up in weeds and bushes, these same
fence rows were green with growing
crops, the corn, oats and cotton grow
ing right up to the very edge of the
roadways. The farmer thus, not only
saved the expense of keeping up miles
of fencing, but he was utilizing 'every
inch of his ground. It was a goodly
sight. And then, while they did not
have a great deal of stock, it was good
stok. There wore no runts, 110 knotty
yearlings, piney woods rooters or razor
back hogs in sight.
We arc very sure that if the land
holders of the section referred to in
our county, could see sonic sections
where the law is in force, not 011c of
them would vote against the law.
We venture this prediction: Tf the
no fence law carries in the coming
election, that portion of the county
will soon be as noted for its thrift and
prosperity, as some portions of it are
now noted for being behind all other
sections of the county. The Duncan-
ilie district, the Glasgow district, and
that whole section, would blossom like
Vote for the “no fence” law.
Washington, Sept. 3.—It is not
probable that the war department will
take any steps in the matter of remov
ing the band ot Apaches from Mount
Vernon barracks, Alabama. Secretary
l’roctor said this morning that there
is a mandatory statute providing for
the confinement of these Indians at
some government barracks, and there
is no better place than where they now
arc. The Indian Rights Association
lias made a proposition to purchase a
large tract ot land in North Carolina
to which the Indians could be remov
ed, and where they could live’in partial
freedom, headed by that old warrior,
Geronimo, but Secretary Proctor is
not disposed to act until thepurcliasc is
consummated. In fact it would seem
that he is inclined to think that the
tribe is pretty well cared for now.
Georgia’s Mammoth Caye.
Rome, Ga., Aug- 30.—While a well
was being dug three miles in the coun
try yesterday, and when the workmen
had reached a depth of 25 feet,to their
consternation the bottom of the well
suddenly fell out, dropping them ten
feet and lodging them in a cave. An
exploration was the next tiling in or
der, and it was found that the cave
was several miles in length, with
chambers of various sizes here and
there. Finally the cave parted,several
apartments leading in various direc
tions. When the party returned, an
exploring party was formed, which will
thoroughly explore all parts of the
The explorers found many stalactites
and the bones of unknown animals.
The subteiranean passages are without
end, seemingly, and lead, perhaps, to
an immense cavern under the Laven
der mountains. The exploring party
consisted of Alfred Harper, J.B.Nevin,
Dr. Dozier and II. R. Harper.
LATEST TELEGRAPHIC NEWS,
GEORGIA FARMERS AND 700 LB.
HOGS AT THE OHIO STATE
Look Out for a Cyclone -Will Tanner
Have to Go? Floods in Mexico—The
Brady Guano Bill Dead Again -
Quitman’s New Hotel -Will
Huff and Patterson Burn
Havana, Sept. -1.—A cablegram,
received here to-day, stales that a cy
clone passed to the southward of Porto
Rico, going in a northwesterly direc
Washington, Sept. 1.—When the
President gets hack lie is expected to
lake np Corporal Tanner the first
thing. Corporal Tanner says lie will
not resign, there being no rcasou why
he should, and that if they want his
place they mu-t remove him.
City ok Mexico, Sept 1.—Heavy
floods prevail at Tclera 1 in the Stale of
Morlcs. Several lives have been lost,
A large bridge has been ’swept away,
The water is still rising. The Hood
at Tamico is still raging. People Jarc
leaving their homes. Many of them
arc destitute and hungry, and an ap
peal for help has been issued.
Quitman, G a.,Sept. 4.—The build
ing of the new hotel for Quitman was
let to-day to contractors Eaves, of
Thonni.-ville, and Remington of this
place. The hotel will be a hand
some building with sixty bedrooms,
besides dining room, parlors, etc.
Work will commence as soon as the
material can lie got here and will lie
completed at the earliest possible date.
Atlanta, Ga., Sept. 4.—The
Brady bill came up in the Senate to
day, and after some discussion was
defeated by a vote of 18 to 17.
Senator Johnson introduced a bill
to increase the judges of the supreme
court to five.
The pending cotrovcrsv between
Messrs. Huff and Patterson has been
the absorbing fopic of to-day, and a
number of prominent citizens have
interested themselves in having it
adjusted. All the efforts made last
night and during the day to-day fail
ed, but tonight it is understood
that the matter is ill a fair way of
settlement. Messrs. Huff aud Pater
son arc both in town, although popu
lar gossip places both out of the city.
Columbus, O., Sept. 4.—The Ohio
stale fair opened yesterday. The dis
plays in live stock are magnificent.
In cattle the short horn and Holstein
are in the lead. One bull weighs
The hogs arc immense, quite a
number weighing over 700 pounds.
The Georgia farmers have received
every attention from the Ohio State
Agricultural Society. They were
carried to the .experimental station
farm in carriages, and entertained
by the authorities. Many impor
tant lessons were gathered, and will
be ot value to the farmers at home.
Among them is a treatment for the
plum circulio making 011c-application
per insectitudc and fungicide, by the
combination of sulphate of copper aud
Major George B. Davis, who is get
ting up a history of the battle of Mis
sionary Ridge and the siege of
Knoxville, wants to get reports Irom
the following Georgia commands:
Infantry regiments—1st, 2nd, 5th,
7th, Slh, 9th, iolh, nth, 15th, 1 Oth,
17th, iSth, 20th, 24th, 25th, 29th, 30th,
34th, 36th, 39th, 53rd, 56th, 59th,Cobbs
legion and Phillips’ legion.
Atlanta is excited over the prospect
of another duel. Huff and Patterson
arc both fighting men. The time has
passed for settling disputes at the
muzzle ol a pistol.
Woman is the masterpiece.—Con
Woman is the crown of creation,
He that takes a wife takes care.—
Women teach us repose, civility
All that I am my mother made me
—John Quincy Adams.
The sweetest thing in this life is
the unclouded welcome of a wife.—N.
But otic thing on earth is better
than a wife—that is the mother.—
No man can either live piously or
die righteous without Jiaving a wife.—
Stenographer and Type-Writer.
Mr. Joseph M. Dreycr offers his services to
the public ns a stenographer and type-writer.
All work promptly “done and satisfaction
guaranteed* Apply to or address,
JOS. M. DREYKK,
At McIntyre k McIntyre’s oflicc,
131J Broad Street
Whereas, Ellas Alderman, administrator of
the estate of James Alderman,deceased, applies
to the undersigned for letters of dismission
from said administration; therefore all concern
ed arc hereby requested to show cause, if any
they have, why said administrator should not
he discharged on the first Monday of Dccombcr
(Tivan under my hand and official signiture
this 2nd day of September, 1882.
sepUSm Jos. S. 51 unit ill, Ordinary
GEORGIA— 1 TiiomAs County—
G. F. Roono has, in due form, applied to the
undersigned for permanent letters of adminis
tration on i he estate of Sarah L. Boons, late of
said county, deceased, and I will pass upc
said aoplication on the first Monday in Octobc
1882. Sept. 2nd, 1882. Jos. S. Meuiull,
iiayes ins, in iiuc loim, njipiicu iu
undersigned for lotters of administration
the estate of S. Alexander S. Smith, late of said
county, deceased, and I Vid pass upon said ap
plication on the lirst Monday in October, 1882.
Sept. 2, 1882. Jos. a. Merrill,
Notice of Dissolution
The firm of Fife k Beverly lias this day
been dissolved by mutual consent. J. L.
Beverly assumes all contracts and liabilities
of the firm, and to him all debts now owing
them must be paid. Mr, Beverly will con
duct the business In all its departments, and
will be thoroughly equipped to fill all orders
promptly, as heretofore.
J. (J. FIFE,
J. L. BEVERLY.
In retiring from the firm of Fife & Beverly,
I do so with reluctance, ns my connection
with this business and my partner, for the
past year and a half, has been of the most
pleasant nature. Mr. Beverly, my successor,
needs no introduction to this community
and the trade at large, as he is well known
ns a gentleman of sterling worth, and-ns ft
thorough mill and business man lias but few
superiors. He will be as well prepared ns
heretofore to accommodate the trade, and 1
bespeak for him that support that has been
so liberally extended this mill in the past.
J. G. Fife.
Sept. 2, 1*81*.
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writes: 1 take great pleasure in recommend
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* GEO. W. FORBES,
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Young Female College,
- 'Thomasville, Ga.
Fall Session Begins Wednesday, September 4U1, 1889.
Full Collegiate course, affords every facility lbr a thorough
education. Location healthful, grounds extensive and attractive.
Collegiate course, term of 20 weeks, - - - §ld.<)0
Preparatory Department, 20 weeks, - - 10.00
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Painting, “ t‘ - LOO
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Tuition payable one-half iu advance, balance at expiration
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REID & CULPEPPER’S
120-122 Broad St., - Thomasville, Ga
:School and Blank Books, Stationery,:
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<1 BEAR ENT MIND V
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Continued at Cost Until Sept. 15.
We arc pleased to announce that the heavy reductions wc
have made in prices of our Clothing, Furnishing Goods and
Hats, has enabled us to reduce our stock considerably. Being
anxious to dispose of it all before Fall season, wo will from
now on inaugurate special reductions in various lines.
Rtal Liucn Chainbrics at 10 cents.
Figured Cliallics at Gj cents.
Fall Cliallics, the latest style in Cot
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All other Drees Goods in proportion.
2 pieces Turkey Red Damask at 30c.
1 “ -10c.
3 “ “ “ “ “ 50c.
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dozen Towels at 5 cents each’
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Office oier Ibid i Cttlprppn’s Drug Store, liroad SI.
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Notice of Election.
To tiik Qualified Voters of Thomasville:
In accordance with a resolution of Coun
cil, passed at a regular meeting on the 19th
of August, 1880, an election was ordered and
will bo.held on the twentieth (20th) day of
September, 1880, 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 be
issued will be Fifteen Thousand *($15,000)
Dollars, for the purpose of purchasing land
for park purposes, the balance, if any, to be
applied to the extension of the water works
of the town. The rate ol interest which
the bonds are to bear will be live (5) per
cent, per annum, anil payable semi-annually;
the whole amount to be paid off in thirty
years, which will require Seven Hundred
and Fifty Dollars ($750.u0) annually lor the
interest, and Five Hundred Dollars ($500.00)
Annually to provide for payment ol the
JUS. IIANSMLL MERRILL,
Mayor pro tern.
Thomasville, Ga., Aug. 19, 1889.
Every third person you meet is
troubled more or less with biliousness,
and don’t know how to get rid of it.
The causes arc 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, llrown’s Iron Hitters
is the remedy you want. It acts di
rectly upon the blood, cleanses and
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.
1TANOS AND OltOANS
XV. S. Drown, the Jeweler, lias se
cured tho ugency for all tho Itrst-class
Pianos and Organs, which ho Is Helling
at the lowest prices for cash or on long
time. Those desiring to purchase will
do well to learn Ills prices aud terms.