THE DAILY TIMES-ENTERPRISE
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TUESDAY, SEPTEMBEK 2-1, 1883.
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Occurrences and events, by tele
graph, were very few and uninterest
ing yesterday. Nothing worth re
hashing for our readers this morning.
France held a genera! election day
before yesterday, Sunday. The re
public was sustained.
It is said that a canning iactory fur
Albany is assured. This will add
great value to every pear orchard in
thirty miles of tlie-city.
Grubb is a candidate for governor
of New Jersey. No man with such
a name can be elected governor.
Ixton Abbott Is a very early bird; lie
will catch this Grubb-wornt.
An Alliance man in Berrien county
is carrying the war against jute into
Africa, as it were. He is having his
under-shirts made from cotton bagging.
That fellow is coming to the “scratch.”
No dodging on his part.
Riddlcbergcr is fairly riddling Mu-
hone. Mahone, at best, would hardly
make a greasy spot; ami by the time
the democrats get through with him,
his dimensions will be reduced to
romething like a fly speck.
Tanner, while talking a great deal,
never puts his foot in his mouth.
Not that his mouth is not big enough,
or that he does not say many things
to justify the expression, but the feet
arc lackiug. This latter fact is the
only thing which prevents the per
Give the Marietta and North Geor
gia an entrance into Atlanta. IJo not
try to bottle up another great high
way seeking an entrance into the
heart of the State. The people say;
give all the railroads a chance to
build wherever capital is dreay ar.d
willing to build them. This is the
“It is reported that Mr. Blaine is
beginning to decline,” says a Wash
ington special. This is the first in-
stxuice on record where Mr. Blaine is
reported to have declined anything.
He has always been on the take. In
justice, however, to the man from
Maiue, it is proper to add that he has
never been known to take anything
which he could not carry oil.
Joliu Sullivan called on the editor
of the Boston Advertiser the other
day, for the purpose of denmudin
retraction of an article which had
appeared in the paper reflecting on
his tcmpeiuuee principles. The edi
tor took refuge just under the man
sard roof; and as Sullivan, at last
accounts, was standing guard at
the door, it is likely the Advertiser
will bo run by the reporters lor some
The Cigarette Law,
Senator Johnson’s cigarette bill lias
become a- law, having received the
governor’s signature. The bill was
passed by the Senate unanimously,
Julv 17, and by the House, with hard
ly a dissenting vole, Sept. 17, iynl a
day or two later it received the gover
The new law is experimental, not
having been fully tested in any State.
It is true that New York and one or
two other States have had such a law
for several months, hut it has not been
in operation lung enough for a sound
opinion to be formed enm-erning its
re-nit-. It is an experiment, however,
worth making, and the legislature
showed very plainly that it thought
SO when it passed the bill by a praeti
ally unanimous vote. Probably the'
very few members who voted against
it did so, not because they did not
roc that something was needed to
cheek the cigarette evil in this State,
hut localise they thought the measure
under consideration would not cheek
The law provides that no person
hall sell, furnish, give or provide any
minor or minors with eigarcltcs, tohac-
cigarclte paper, or any substitute
therefor. The penalty shall he that
cidcd for misdemeanors, which is
imprisonment for not more than a
year or fine of not exceeding ? 1,000,
loth. This seems to cover the de
sired ground, and yet it is possible
that some way will be found to evade
it, but if it is not evaded, it no doubt
will be violated by some people in
such a way as to prevent the violation
from being known to the authorities.
All laws arc violated to a greater or
less extent, and it is too much to ex
pect that this will be an exception.
The fact that they arc violated, how
ever, does not show that they arc not
good laws. Boys who have formed
the cigarette habit will make an effort
to obtain cigarettes in the State, and
some dealers will sell to them if they
think there is but little chance of de
tection. but the hope is a very reason
able one that the law will be enforced
to an extent sufficient to do a great
deal of good.
Georgia has long needed some meas
ure that would chock the cigarette
evil, and this seems to be about the
only one that was at all practicable.
If parents will endeavor to help along
its enforcement, the results will be
much more gratifying than they
would be otherwise. The smoking of
cigarettes by boys is a very bad
habit. The boys are rarely careful to
procure good tobacco, ami nearly al
ways the paper in which they wrap
the tobacco is medicated. The ready
made cigarettes which arc sold to
boys arc simply vile as a rule, and
their effects are highly injurious, re
suiting too often in death where the
victim becomes a slave to the habit.
The legislature acted properly in try
ing to check this evil, and whether or
not the effort made will result as satis
factorily as could be wished, remains
to he seen.—News.
The young man who pushes a faber
on the Times-Uniou, Jacksonville, has
found a man living in Lawtry, whose
cognomen is Weatherwax. Weather-
wax appears to he too much for the
pungent paragrnphist, nnd with
malice aforethought, and an utter
disregard of the ethics of the profes
sion, as well as of those gentle ameni
ties which should characterize inter
state newspaper courtesies, lie at
tempts to shield himself from the
responsibility of having unearthed
Weatherwax, by referring the matter
to the Times Kntftu’HISE Weather-
wax is clearly a Florida product, and
tin T.-U. cannot, nay, shall not,
transfer tlm issue to Georgia. We
have about as much ‘'weather” as we
can stand just now. ft is raining like
blue-blazes; the wind is whistling
annual the corners; the fields are
white with eotfhn; the farmers arc
figuring on the price of “dog-tail"
cotton, while the storm signal floats,
||„ps, flaps and flutters from the
weather signal station.
<), no, we have weather enough up
here without adding any wax to it.
Home Rule in Ohio.
There arc strong and telling points
on the democratic side in Ohio and
they are being used with wonderful
effect. These arguments sum up the
great Jeffersonian principle of home
rule. They are against the appoint
ment of municipal boards by the gov
ernor—a partisan and undemocratic
procccdicg which takes the control of
home affairs away from home people.
Closely akin to this principle is that
overshadowing usurpation known as
the Sherman ballot box bill. This is
unbridled hostility to home rule in a
more alarming form. It takes ■ the
control of the national elections away
from the people and puts them in the
hands of deputies and detectives ap
pointed by the President. It is a
sweeping measure, extending over
north and south, and comes home
directly to the people of Ohio where
Senator Sherman, the father of the
scheme, is a figure in the canvass.
We arc very much mistaken if the
verdict ot the. Ohio fight is not a strong
protest against the centralized policy
which threatens home rule and would
smother the principles of civil liberty.
Cheyenne, Wy„ Sept. 22.—The
statehood convention yesterday adopt
ed as part of the constitution a suffrage
chapter. Female citizens are to vote.
The severest qualifications arc require
ments that all electors shall be able to
read English, shall be full fledged
citizens and have bad six months res
idence in Wyoming. Each stipulation
was opposed vigorously by a couple ol
corporation attorneys. Ballots to con
tain the names of all candidates will
be issued by the state officers.
This is the time of year when the
newspaper man looks languidly out ol
his sanctum windows and wonders i
lie can hold out until the next subscri
ber arrives with a wheel. Oh, ye
dwellers in stores and court houses
and on farms—ye v. ho eat the fat of
the earth ar.d revel in its various gor
geousness, little ye know of the fierce
pull the knights of the quill arc con
tinually making to keep from posing
as ljying skeletons.—Quitman Press.
The Doctors Disagree.
There are opinions anil opinion.'
aud opinions, about the cdect ol the
new rule proposed for weighing cot
ton, that is taking 241bs ofl jute cov
ered bales, and lOlbsofl cotton covered
bales. Mr. Cranston, of the Augusta
cotton oxchangc, i'i discussing the
question the other day, said :
“If cotton remained at a uniform
price all the time, the thing would be
asy enough, hut it is constantly fluc
tuating aud would cause many com
plications. I want to put myself oil
record as saying that if this tare reso
lutiou is adopted in the South, the
farmers will lose by it thousands of
dollars. The host evWeiiee of this
that all the manufacturers favor the
Here's a pretty howdy-do. One
man swears it is just what the farm
ers wauts, and another swears it will
roh the planter of thousands and
thousands of dollars. The thing
getting kinder confused. Wc hardly
understand it ourself.
It was only a question of which
should go, Tanner or the surplus, and
Tanner has ‘'went.”.—Leesburg Com
mcrcial. A large part of the surplus
went, also. —Times Union, Jackson
About the only thing Tanner left
was the hole made in the “kosh,” and
a limburger cheese, sea bean odor
about the premises.
Of tho Cure of Skin Diseases When all
Other Methods Fail.
PMoriitMnft !i YenriKj covering face, lirml,
him! entire body wilh white «cnb«. MU in
red, iu Iij , and bleeding. Hair nil gotir.
ft<>rnl hundred* of dollni'M. Pronoun
cod incurable. flared by Milieura
Mv disease (psoriasis) lirst broke out on mv
left* cheek, spreading across my nose, ami .al
most covering my face. It ran Into, my eyes,
and the physician was afraid I would lose mv
cresight altogether. It spread all over my head,
and my hair foil out, until I
headed; it then broke out
shoulders, until my arms w
covered my entire hotly,
shoulders being the worst,
constantly fr< " * '
.... entirely bald-
11 my arms and
•re just one sore. It
my face, head, ami
The white scabs fell
jv head, shoulders and arms;
the skin would tliiekcn and he red anti very
itchy, anti would crack and bleed if scratched.
After spending many hundreds of dollars, 1 was
pronounced incurable. I heard of the CuricLKA
Rkmiamks, aud after using two bottles of the
CrTi'TisA Kksoi.vent, I coultl seen change; and
after I had taken four bottles, I was almost
cured, ami when I had used six bottles of Ct ri-
cuha Resolvent anti one box of Ci rn uitA.
and one cake of Cuth i ha Soap, I was cured of
the dreadful disease from which I had suffered
for five years. I thought the discaso would
leave a very deep scar, but thoCrxicuitA Rf.mk-
iui s curetl it without any scars. I cannot ex-,
press with a pen what I suffered before using
the Ct'Tii't'UA remedies. They saved my life,
and I feel it my duty to recommend them. My
hair is restored as good as ever, aud so is my
evesi'dit. I know of a number of different per
sons'who have used the CfTicuRA Remedies,
and all have received great benefit from their
UiM > Mrs. ROSA KELLY,
Rockwell City, Calhoun Co., Iowa.
Cure every species of agoniz ng humiliating,
itching, bleeding, burning, scaly, blotchy, and
pimply diseases of the skin, scalp anti blood,
with loss of hair, from pimples to scrofula, ex
cept possibly ichthyosis,
Hold everywhere. I rice, Cuticura, oOc. , Soap,
25.: Resolvent, Si. Prepared by the Potter
Drug and Chemical Corporation, Boston.
tre**,Scnd for “How to Cure Skin Diseases,
C4 pages, 50 illustrations, anti 100 testimonials.
JI’LKS, black heads, retl, rough, chapped
fl and oily skin prevented by CutiouraSoap.
IT STOPS THE PAIN.
Rack ache, kidney pains, weakness,
[[rheumatism and muscular pains •**»-
iJewF—lleved in one minute by the Cilticnra
/JvS Anti-I'ain Plaster, the first ami only
instantaneous pain-kitting plaster.
You are feeling depressed, your appetite
is poor, t oil are bothered with Headache,
you are fidgety, nervous, and generally out
of sorts, and want to brace up. I,race ^ up,
hut not tvitil stimulants, spring medicines,
or bitters, wh : ch have for their basis
very cheap, had whiskey, and which stim
ulate you for ail hour, then in worse condition
than before. What you want is an alterative
that will purify your nlood, start healthy
action ot l.ivcr and Kidneys' restore, your
vitality.and give renewed health and strength
Such a medicine you will find in Electric
Bitters, nnd only .10 cents a bottle at S, J.
Cassets' Drug Store,
l'lANOS and organs
W. S. Brown, the Jeweler, lias se
cured the agency for all the first-class
Pianos anil Organs, which tic is selling
at the lowest prices.for cash or on long
time. Those itesiring to purchase will
do well to learn Ills prices and terms.
French sardines at lq cents.
American sardines at 05 cents.
Fresh Macaroni and Cream cheese.
Fresh Yeast Cakes.
Apples and Cabbages.
Another shipment of Ballard’s Fine
Try our Java aud Arioa patched
Halstead’s fine Mt. Vernon Hams,
Shoulders and Boneless Bacon.
For giod, fresh goods, always call
in. A. C. Brown,
The Jackson St. Grocer.
<J 2 i-:)t
l’ickett's Hamlet Flour is the finest
roods on the. market, and costs you
inly So,(So per barrel.
I’ickett bas special figures for parties
buying in quantities, and boarding
Magnolia Hams keep through the
summer better than any other brand,
and Pickett’s is still headquarters for
Farm for Sale.
Two farms in fruit belt of Middle Georgia,
one containing liny nnd the other one hun
dred and thirty-live acres. Both frontingon
public road and Central railroad, one-third
mile from Vineyard station and postoflicc,
nd three miles north of Griffin, and on
same road with State experimental farm.
Address JNO. J. lit NT,
9-102wdAw . Griffin, (la.
HOUSE Kelt BENT,
good li-room dwelling house c
ireet for rent, S10 per mouth.
1 pply at
liS cents a can, at
Imported sardines 15 cents a can, at
We absolutely dety competition ou
cash groceries. M. P. Pickett
You should try Pickett’s Royal
Baking Powder. Every can gtinran
teed to give satisfaction, or money re
funded. One pound cans 25 cents.
Brown's Iron Bitters is a specific ill all
eases of swamp fever, intermittent fever, nnd
malaria of any name. I.ow marshy ground,
stagnant pool’s of water, decaying vegetable
matter, changes of climate white suffering
from general debility, all produce malaria
Brown’s Iron Bitters cares all forms. Don’'
use quinine. It creates constipation, pro
daces headache, and not infrequently rheu
matism and neuralgia, Brown’s Iron Bitters
never does. It will cure them.
There ts an end to all things, so tho
people say, but thero Is no end to tho
splendid fitting elotblng made at 81
Broad street. Cleaning and rcpnlrlng
done In the neatest manner. Givo mo
a call. John Kenny.
—A N I)—
I will open about the 20th of this month
Auction and Commission House,
tore now occupied by Mr. Urine.
liing goods sold oil cou.dgnmci
do the best 1 can for their interest
Klsep.Tm K. CJULI
Young TTemale College,*
Fall Session Begins Wednesday, September 4th, 1889.
Full Collegiate course, affords every facility tor a thorough
education. Location healthful,grounds extensive .uniattractive.
Collegiate course, term of 20 weeks, - - Slo.OO*
Preparatory Department, 20 weeks, - - 10.00
Music, per month, ToO
Drawing, per month, ... - - 3.00
Painting, “ f‘ - j-OO
Board in College per month, - ■ 15.00
Tuition payable ont-half in advance, balance at expiration
of first quarter. JNO. F. BAKER,
au <r 23- President.
Headquarters for Drugs!
120-122 Broad St., - Thomasville, Ga
: School and Blank Books, Stationery,:
Of every style. Pianos and Organs, Sheet Music, Etc.
> BEAR I NT MIND
-THAT THEY HAVE THE-
Handsomest and Best kept Drug Store
Where you call find fresh nnd pure drugs and get prescriptions compound' d at. aft (Inara
day or night, by competent Pharmacists. They nso only Sqiiibli’s preparations in the
prescription department nnd guarantee goods and prices.
REID A C llIiPEmiR, 120-123 JKroad Ml
Continued at Cost Until Sept. 15.
Wo aro pleased to announce that the heavy reductions we
have made in prices of our Clothing, Furnishing Goods and
Hats, has enabled ns to reduce our stock considerably. Being-
anxious to dispose of it all before Fall season, wc will from
now on inaugurate special reductions in various lines.
Rtal Linen G’lmmbrics at 10 cents.
Figured Challics at 0} cents. ] qo
Fall Challics, the latest style in Got-1 30
ton Goods, at 8 cents.
All otliey Dress Goods In proportion.
2 nieces Turkey Red Damask at l!0c.
1 “ 40c.
3 “ “ “ “ “ 50c.
100 dozen Towels at 5 cents each-
“ •• 10 “
“ 12A “
i2 “ “ “ 15" “
GO “ “ “ 20 “ ' “
47 “ “ “25 “
One case 4-4 Bleaching at 01 cents.
We also call your attention to our
The largest stock and "boat goods in ! rew,mnt *>***'• wbcre '^gains are
the city for the money. ! numerous.
Wc willlbc plowed to have all who wish anything in our lino to call and
get prices before buying elsewhere. Very Respectfully,
L. Steyerman & Bro.
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. 1’eople
are casting about for new styles and
goods and above all for the best place
to buy, .
I do not boast ol “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 ol 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.
Lower Broad Milliner.
The firm of West k l earn is this day d
solved by mutual consent, Mr. K* I*. l*«arn
retiring. JolmJT. West will continue the
business, and assumes all liabilities and re
tains the assets of the late firm.
JOHN T. WEST,
K. 1\ FKAKN.
Thomasville, (In., Sej»t. 17th, 1881*.
lu retiring from the late firm ol \\ est &
Kcarn (ns 1 purpose removing from the city)
I desire to return my thanks to the public
for the liberal patronage bestowed on us,
nnd 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 before to serve
the public with anything in his line.
E. I’. FKAKN.
Thomasville, Sept, 17, 1880* 1-mo
Their HuNiiteNM Jhoiuinu.
Probably nothing lms caused such a general
vival ot trade at S. J. Cossets' Drugstore
as their giving away to their customers of
so many free trial bottles of I)r. King’s New
Discovery for Consumption. Their trade Is
simply enormous in this very valuable ar
ticle from the fact that it always cures and
never disappoints. Coughs, Colds, Asilmina,
Bronchitis, Croup, and all throat and lung
diseases quickly cured. You can test it
before buying by getting a trial bottle free,
go size $1. Every bottle warranted.
Rheumatism and Catarrh-
Rheumatism and catarrh arc both
blood disease?. In many cases they
have yielded to treatment with B. B.
B. (Botanic Blood Balm,) ratwlo by
Blood Balm Go., Atlanta, Ga. Write
for hook of conviuciug proofs. Scut
K. P. Dodge, Atlanta, Ga., say
“My wife had catarrh aud nothing
did her any good. Her constitution
finally failed and poison got into her
blood. I placed her on use of B.
B. B., and to my surprise her recov
ery was rapid and complete.”
W. I*. McDueicl, Atlanta, Ga.,
writes: “I was much emaciated and
had rheumatism so bad I could not
get along without crutches. I also
had neuralgia in tho head. First-class
physicians did mo no good. Then I
tried B, B. B., and its affects were
magical. I cheerfully recommend it
as a good tonic aud quick cure.”
Mrs. Matilda Nichols, Knoxville,
Tenn , writes: 1 had catarrh six years
and a most distressing cough, and my
eyes were much swollen. Five bottles
of lb B. B., thank God! cured me.”
John M. Davis, Tyler, Texas, writes:
“1 was subject a number of years to
spells of inflammatory rheumatism,
which .six bottles of B. B. B., thank
heaven, has entirely cured. I have
not felt the slightest pain since.”
Stenographer and Type-Writer.
Mr. Joseph M. Dreyer offers his services to
the public as a stenographer anti type-writer*
All work promptly done and satisfaction
guaranteed* Apply to or address,
JOS, M. DKEYKK,
At McIntyre & McIntyre’s olliot*,
131A Broad Street.
SOUTH GEORGIA COLLEGEr
Opens Wednesday, September 4th,
Increased Facilities. Strictly Military.
Fur catalogue, address
G. SI. bOVRJOV,
Furniture, Carpet*, Bedding, Childrcn’c
Carriages, Wall Paper and Window Shades,
Straw mattings, Rags, etc. The best styles
and lowest prices in tho city.
GEO, W. FoKBES,
0-H-W2UU Alaaury Building.
ILL II IE 1.,
Biggest and Best Stock
IN SOUTH GEORGIA.
I have a hundred thousand feet of
Which 1 will sell at a rare bargain, in fact
it will save purchasers money to see me be
fore placing their orders for lumber of any
Jos. L. Beverly,
(Successor to Fife & Beverly.)
MEIGS, - - UA„
Ituchtcn’M Arnicn Mnlrc.
Tho Best Salve in the World lor Cut*
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rhenra, Fever
Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains
Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and positively
cures Piles, or no pay required. It is guar
anteed to give perfect Satisfaction, or money
rcfundeiL Price 25 cents per box. For salt
by S, J. Cassels, Drug Store.