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THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER IP, 1H8C.
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H. It. Bl'KIt, ItiisIllPKa Tin linger.
What has become of Snelson? Has
he becd squelched?
Tanner goes; but the chances arc
that Tanneriem will remain.
The average Georgia legislator is
still whacking away at the code.
The Sovereign Grand Lodge of Odd
Fellows,is in sessiou at Columbus, Ohio.
CampbclJ is climbing Foraker in
Ohio. Give it to him, Mr. Campbell.
Hit him hard.
Thomas E. Jackson was killed,
while engaged in a prize fight, in St.
Louis, on Tuesday night.
Sheep vs. dog is the issue in the
legislature. The dog, as usual, will be
apt to come out on top. He generally
does, when a sheep is in the case
Dr. Felton’s idea of beginning at the
top and building down, instead of up,
in the matter of education, docs not
take. Our advice: Begin at both ends
—and in the middle.
A Chicago paper says the danger
line is passed as regards the corn crop.
Not at all. The danger line will only
be reached when the corn is manufac
tured into whiskey.—Texas Siftings.
The papers have let up on the
Brown-Sequard elixir. It laid out
several reporters. And now they are
letting it severely alone. Moral: Don’t
monkey with anything you don’t un
The friends of Messrs Huff and Pat
terson should insist on a peaceful set
tlement of their difficulty. It is a blot
and blur on this aee for men to go out
and shoot at each other to settle a
dispute. Stop it.
A London expert has declared that
no current of electricity, however
strong, can be depended upon, every
time, to kill a man. New York is
interested in the question, as that
state has adopted a law to execute all
criminals by electricity.
An exchange says “the dressed beef
trust is having a tough time of it.”
Let us londly hope that the trust is
having a time equally as tough as the
beef which they have been selling.
Some of these gentlemen of the dress
ed beef trust needs dressing off them
It is enough to make one tired, to
hear the everlasting dingdonging of
republican newspapers about the op
pression of the negro at the south.
The negro is given a better show here
than anywhere in this country.
We submit a paragraph, bearing on
this point, from the Atlanta Journal:
“There are some negroes working
in the Watson and Adrian mines ol
Pennsylvania, but they have to lie
protected by policemen from the white
miners. A telegraphic dispatch of
Wednesday, last from Punxsutown-
ey, Pa., said: “Four hundred negroes
from Pocahontas, W. Va., were ex
pected here to-day, f>ut as they have
no one to protect them, they are not
likely to come.” The question arises,
why does not the republican govern
ment of Pennsylvania, with 80,000
republican majority in the state, offer
them protection? ”
Whoever heard of negro mechanics
and laborers needing protection in
their work anywhere in the south ?
They work, everywhere, in the south,
right alongside of southern mechanics
and laborers. If these howlers will
shut up; stop trying to inflame the
negro against the whites, and treat
him as well up north as he is treated
hen;, race troubles will disappear.
Opposed to Politics.
The Alliance men do not take kindly
to the idea of leading Alliance men
running for office, if the following res
olutions adopted by Mt. Vernon Alli
ance is lo be taken as an indication:
Whereas, We have seen, with regret,
in the Weekly Constitution of 27th
inst., reported interviews with some
of our most worthy members, p’acing
them in an attitude of political aspi
rants, which is calculated to prove
detrimental to the interests of our or
der. Therefore, be it resolved as the
sense of this Alliance:
1st. That we unqualifiedly condemn
the practice ol aspirants or their friends
who prematurely array them as candi
dates for the various offices.
2d. That while we believe it to he
the duty ol the Alliance and labor
union to correct the many evils exist
ing Ly legislating, also the abuses in
office, by electing good men lo office;
and while we have a sufficiency of
modest, unassuming men, amply fitted
to fill all such places, we will let them
know at the proper time and place
when we desire their services, and we
believe all good men, when so desired,
when not impossible to do so, will
respond to the wishes of their countty
(for w£. have, the good of our whole
country at heart.)
Light and Airy.
The Nashville American says the
king of Samoa is allowed only $20 a
year. Cheap, you think? Ah! hut
when it is remembered that the richest
costume is a pair of shells in his ears,
a ring in his nose and a smile on his
Who couldn’t support himself on
$20 a year, with a tailor’s bill based
on the above outfit? Twenty dollars
per annum is enough, amply enough,
for such a monarch.
The American Bible Society lias
become a great institution. The ex
tent of its operations would surprise
those who are not familiar with the
facts set forth in its seventy-fourth
annual report just published. From
July, 1888, to July, 188!), there
were printed at the society’s Bible
House in New York, 343,224 Bibles,
525,450 testaments, 125,420 scriptural
portions, and 253 volumes for the
blind, inakiug a total of 004,418 vol
umes. Enough volumes were import
ed to bring this total up to 1,453,357
volumes. Of those, 1,005,774 were
distributed from the Bible House,
and 434,081 from agencies in foreign
lands. The society has depots and
agents in Turkey, Armenia, Arabia,
China, Japan, Siam, and several
other countries. The total incorno of
the society last year was 8499,823.
The total expenditures iu the manu
facturing department amounted to
8305,733, and the disbursements to
foreign ageucies and foreign mis
sionary societies to 8161,440,
Agents of the society during the
year visited 2,728,266 families, 374,-
177 of whom were fouud without the
Bible. Bibles were sold or given to
380,362 families, and 151,367 indi
viduals. The society is the frequent
recipient of legacies, and but for
these could not conduct its work on
the present grand’scale. Its expen
ditures in the United States for six
years have exceeded the contributions
from churches and individuals by
8320,735, the difference having been
made up by the income from invest
ments of the society and the interest
on legacies old and new. The
finances of the institution are well
managed and the scope of its opera
tions is extended every year.—Tele
If John Sullivan gets to congress
and doesn’t "catch the speaker’s eye”
at any time, the speaker will catch it.
“The gentleman from Massachusetts
has the floor,” would instinctively be
blurted out, whenever the powerful
form and frame of the slugger rose.
And ic is lair to assume, that among a
set of men whose physical training
has been neglected, Sullivan’s motions
would generally prevail.
Four cities in Georgia—Atlanta,
Augusta, Macon and Savannah—will
soon be running their street cars by
electricity. Georgia is keeping up with
For sixty-two days Tanner paid out
pensions at the rate of $600,000 a day,
which was doing pretty well for a no-
If he had had two leggs, he would
have ruined the country.
LATEST TELEGRAPHIC NEWS.
THE EARTH QUAKES IN CALI-
The Boys in B!ue at Chattanooga—“Jack
the Ripper” Writes a Letter—Another
Cloud Burst in Virginia—Three Men
Killed Near Atlanta—Yale Comes
in for a Big Bequest—The Storm
Center Moving in the Direc
tion of Louisiana and Texas.
Santa Ana, Cal., Sept. 17—A per
ceptible shock ot earthquake was felt
here yesterday afternoon.
Chattanooga, Tenn., Sept. 17.—
Members of the society ot the Army
of Cumberland came in to-day by
hundreds, and there are now 3,000 old
soldiers in the city.
London, Sept. 17. —A letter signed
“Jack the Ripper” has' been received
at a news agency in this city, in which
the writer states that in about a week
another murder will be added to the
list of Whitechapel horrors.
Harrisburg, Va., Sept. 17.—This
place was visited by a cloud burst to
day, and parts of the town were badly
flooded. In the main streets boats
could have Been ustd for atime.There
was much damage from flooded cellars.
Atlanta, Ga., Sept. 17.—Three
lives were lost in a wreck on the Cen
tral railroad near the new McPherson
barracks last night. A south bound
freight train, due here at 9 30 o’clock,
struck a cross tie placed by some vil-
lian on the rails, a quarter of a mile
beyond the barracks in a deep cut.
New Haven, Conn., Sept. 17—The
will of the late professor Elias Loomis,
which was made public to-day, be
queathes the bulk of his estate, which
was valued at from §250,000 to $300,-
000,to Yale college, to be known as the
Loomis fund.” This is the second
largest gift ever made to Yale.
Washington, Sept. 17—The cy
clone reported yesterday in the east
Gulf has moved lo the northwest.
The winds have decreased in force on
the coast of Florida, and increased on
the coast of Louisana and Texas.
The maximum velocity reported from
port Eades is thirty six miles, north
east, and twenty-four miles per hour
Laboring Man of Small Means.
I lmvc a tew very desirable lots which T
will sell you on the most favorable terms.
Call nt my otlice soon if you would secure
one. This is a golden opportunity for you.
9-10 it GEORGE FEARN.
Farm for Sale.
Two farms in fruit licit of Middle Georgia,
one containing fifty and the other one hun
dred and thirty-live acres. Both frontingon
public road and Central railroad, one-third
mile from Vineyard station and postoflice,
and three miles north ot Gridin, and on
same road with State experimental farm.
Address J.\(>. J. HUNT,
!i-102wd,tw Gridin, Ga.
PIANOS AND ORGANS
W. S. Brown, the Jeweler, lms se
cured the agency for all the first-class
Pianos and Organs, which he Is selling
ut the lowest prices for cash or on long
time. Those desiring to purchase will
do well to learn Ins prices and terms.
There is an end to all things, so the
people say, but there Is no end to the
splendid tilting clothing made at 81
Broad street. Cleaning and repairing
done in the neatest manner. Give mo
a call John Kenny.
DR. M. M T. HUCHINGSON,
of Lake City, Fla.,
30 Vears in tbe Practice of Medicine,
Offers his professional services to the citi
zens of Thonmsville and surrounding coun
try. Oflice, 2nd door over A. C. Brown’s
store, and A. C. Brown’s residence ouJDaw-
son street. d&w6m Sept 17.
IIOrSK FOR RENT.
A good C-rooni dwelling house on Magno
lia street for rent, $10 per month. 1 pply at
Gas Works. 1-w.
The firm of West k Fearn i3 this day dis
solved by mutual consent, Mr. E* l\ Fearn
retiring. John T. West will continue the
business, and assumes all liabilities and re
tains the assets of the late firm.
JOHN T. WEST,
E. P. FEARN.
Thonmsville, Ga., Sept. 17th, 1889,
In retiring from the late firm of West &
Fearn (as I purpose removing from the city),
I desire to return my thanks to the public
for the liberal patronage bestowed on us,
and to ask a continuance of the same to my
former partner and successor, Mr. John T.
West, who is enlarging his facilities, and
will be better prepared than bef »re to serve
the public with anything in his line.
E. P. FEARN. .
Thonmsville, Sept. 17, 1889* 1-mo
can bo mado
working for ub. Agents preferred who can
furnish a horse and give their wholo tlmo to
the business. Spare moments may he profit
ably employed also. A fewcanvasors In towns
and cities B. F. JOHNSON k CO , 1W0 Main
St. Richmond, Va.
S. Jt —Please state age and busimss expert-
nee. Sever mind about sending stamp for reply,
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.Spent hundreds of dollars. Pronoun
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the skin would thicken and be red and very
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“Another wonderful discovery lias been
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Disease fastened its clutch upon her and for
seven years she withstood its severest tests,
but her vital organs were undermined and
death seemed imminent. For three months
she coughed incessantly and could not sleep.
She bought a bottle of Dr. King’s New Dis
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Many ladies now lead hcaltlily, happy lives,
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Are 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. 5 65
Best Creamery Butter, 25
New Cream Cheese, 15
Magnolia Hams, 13
N. Y. Salt Pork 08
Best Rio Coffee, green, 22
M. & J., parched » 30
Best head rice 6J
Granulated Sugar, 10A lbs. 1.00
White Extra C Sugar 11 lbs, 1.00
And everything else in our line at just
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us the chance.
M. P. Pickett.
Young Female College,
Fall Session Begins Wednesday, September 4th, 1889.
Full Collegiate course, affords every facility for a thorough
education. Location healthful, grounds extensive and attractive.
Collegiate course, term of 20 weeks, - - - $15.00
Preparatory Department, 20 weeks, - - 10.00
Music, per month, - 4.50
Drawing, per month, ... - 3.00
Painting, - 4.00
Board in College per month, - 15.00
Tuition payable one-half in advance, balance at expiration
first quarter. JjS’O. E. BAKER.
My editor’s absence last week pre
vented a change of ad., but there is
no change in my principles of trade.
Everything at lowest prices for Cash.
This month is the calm before the
storm in the millinery line. People
are casting about for new styles and
goods and above all for the best place
I do not boast ot “an immense stock
to be sold below cost in 30 days;”
that is a chestnut. No one believes
it, but if you wish the cream of the
market in stylish goods at prices that
will make $2 equal $3, every time and
anywhere, I beg you to remember my
claim and petition for your trade.
Not far away—only a few steps
down on lower Broad.
Mrs. Jennie] Carroll,
Lower Broad Milliner.
Headquarters lor Drugs!
SEED & CULPEPPER'S
120-122 Broad St., - Thomasville, Ga
:School and Blank Books, Stationery,:
Of every style. Pianos and Organs, Sheet Music, Efc.
<i BEAR IN ALL X 1) t*
-THAT THEY HAVE THE-
Handsomest and Best kept Drug Store
Where you can find fresh and pure drugs and get prescriptions compounded at all hours
day or night, by competent Pharmacists. They use only Squibb’s preparations iu the
prescription department and guarantee goods and prices.
REID A CULPEPPER, 1S4U-I8S JSroad
Continued at Cost Until Sept. 15.
To the Friends of Education.
My Kindergarten and Primary school will
open on Monday, Sept. 16, 1889. ’With the
assistance of Miss Laura Barnes, who will
devote more of her time to the work, I wish
to make ray school FIRST CLASS in every
To furnish Cic material I will need, which
will include that used in AutomaticDrawing,
Clay Modeling and coloring, also slate and
lead pencils, 1 find it necessary to make my
tuition |6.00 lor the term.
Yours very respectfully,
30-Gt MARY F. BARNES.
We arc pleased to announce that the heavy reductions we
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, we will from
now on inaugurate special reductions in various lines.
DRESS GOODS. TOWELS.
Rtal Linen Chambries at 10 cents. ioo dozen Towels at 5 cents each:
Figured Challies nt 6| cents. 40 “ << •< jo “ “
Fall Challies, the latest style in Cot- 30 “ “ “ 124 “ “
ton Goods, at 8 cents. 12 “ “ “ 15 « •<
All other Dress Goods in proportion, go >■ << <* 20 “ “
TABLE DAMASK. j 47 “ “ “ 25 “
2 pieces Turkey Red Damask at 30c. i HLEACIIING
1 “ “ “ “ “ 40c. j _
3 “ “ “ “ “ 50c. 1 One cose 4-4 Bleaching at 64 cents.
' We also call your attention to our
The largest stock and best goods in | rcn,nant counter > where bargains are
the city for the money. | numerous.
We willjbe pleased to have all who wish anything in our line to call and
get prices before buying elsewhere. Very Respectfully,
L. Steyerman & Bro.
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W. D.'Hult, Druggist, Bippus, Ind., testi
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Rheumatism and Catarrh.
Rheumatism and catarrh are both
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W. P. McDaniel, Atlanta, Ga.,
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Mrs. Matilda Nicnols, Knoxville,
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Johu M. Davis, Tyftr, Texas, writes:
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Furniture, Carpets, Bedding, ChilAren’c
Carriages, Wall Paper and Window Bhades,
Straw mattings, Bugs, etc. The best styles
and lowest prices In the city.
GEO. W. FORBES,
G-14-w2t (lit Masary Building.
Jos. L. Beverly,
(Successor to Fife & Beverly.)
MEIGS, - * GA.,
—MANUFACTURER AND DEALER IN—
Rough & Dressed Lumber, Mouldings
TURNED AND SCROLL WORK,
AND GENERAL MERCHANDISE..
I carry in stock from four to six hundred’
thousand feet of select dry lumber of all sizes,,
and can promptly fill any order wanted. •
I Mean Business.
And propose to down anybody on matched
flooring and ceiling of the best quality, «.• any-
thing in my line. It will always pay yon to so©
or write tie before placing your orders.
JOS. L. BEVERLY.
Stenographer and Type-Writer.
Mr. Joseph M. Dreyer offers his services to
the public as a stenographer and type-writer.
All work promptly done and satisfaction
guaranteed* Apply to or address,
JUS. M. DREYER,
At McIntyre k McIntyre’s office, „
131A Broad Street.
SOUTH GEORGIA COLLEGE,
Opens Wednesday, September ,4th.
Increased Facilities. Strictly Military.
For catalogue, address
G. M. LOVE JOY,
lliiclilcu’H Arnica Mnlrc.
The Best Salve In the World for Cuts
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever
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Corns, and all Skin Eruptions,and positive!,
cures Piles, or no pay required. It is guar
anteed to give perfect satisfaction, or money
refunded. Price 25 cents per box. For sale
by S, J. Cassels, Drug Store.