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JOHN TRIPLETT, - - - Editor.
S. B. BURR, - Business Manager.
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 1«8f.
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Valdosta lias voted for water works.
Savannah is reaching out for a mil
lion bales ol cotton. We hope she'll
Dudley kicks at Tanner’s removal
Every pension grabber and thief in
the land is kicking at it.
Cecil Gabbett will assume the posi
tion of general manager of the Central
road, vice Major Belknap, resigned.
The American bankers are in ses
sion at Kansas City. Train robbers
in that section will make a note of
Two men robbed a train in Missis
sippi yesterday. A similar robbery
occurred, also, in Texas. And it
was not a very good day for rubbing
Calhoun, Williamson, ct als, will
have to came to “taw” in Alabama.
A requisition has been made by Gov.
Seay for them, ami Gov. Gordon has
honored it promptly.
Gcronimo is to be sent to North
Carolina. Some “bar” will be raised
in that state. It would be pleasant lo
hear of the old Indian scalping some
dude, who parts bis hair in the middle
Snclson received a package on
Wednesday which be thought con
tained an infernal machine. It was
found to contain only a tallow candle.
Snclson has been blown lip often
enough this session to get used to it.
Glenn’s bill to tax the railroads in
the counties is’an equitable measure.
Let all property, whether of individu
als or corporations, bear its share ol
taxation. The roads will put their
rates high enough lo cover the addi
tional expense. And this would he
The Cumberland Gap tunnel, just
completed for the eastward extension
of the Louisville and Nashville rail
road, is notable not only for being
one of the longest in the world, but
also from the iaet that between the
time a train enters and makes its exit
it will have been in Kentucky, Ten
nessee and Virginia.
Atlanta is going to get up some bri
dal presents for couples who will lie
married in front ol the grand stand,
during the exposition. Here’s a chance
for some couple to create a sensation
and get a start in life. Another at
traction will be the phonograph. This
will talk back at you. And so will the
phonograph of the fellow who gets
It is refreshing and encouraging lo
record a good days work in the legis
lature. Such was the record made
on Wednesday. The resolution to
ask for a statement of the claims of
the lessees of the W. & A. road was
adopted ; Atkiusons bill to establish
an Industrial school for girls passed ;
the fees for inspecting commercial
fertilizers'were fixed, and Mr. Gor
don’s hill on the difference in jufe and
cotton bagging went through, while
the Glenn bill, to tax railroads in the
counties through which they pass,
passed in the Senate by a vote of HI
toil. Tito Senate defeated the bill
to admit female stlldcnts to the State
University and its branches.
This was a good day’s work.
( ATEST TELEGRAPHIC NEWS.
GENERAL D. H. HILL JOINS JACK-
SON AND LEE.
Trying to Blow Up a Quoen—Warner
Finally Says He Won’t—Another Storm
On the Atlantic Coast—More Victims of
the Quebec Disaster—Three Mon Hold
Up a Train- They Get $10,000 in Sil
New York Republicans met
convention at Saratoga, yesterday,
nominated a state ticket, rcsoluted,
and'so forth. The Republicans of
Massachusetts ditto. The latter failed
to indorse baked beaus as a national
dish. Likewise did the fragmentary
forlorn hope end of the Republican
party in Mississippi meet, Three Re
publican state conventions, in one day,
is about as much as the country can
Speaking of the late Wilkie Collins^
the New York Herald says: “It is
strange that a man who has written
so ntauy thrilling plots, with love
always at the core of them, should
have lived and died a bachelor.
There is a prevalent impression
that long ago lie loved and
was loved. Still the great
heart that beat so warmly for the lie-
roes and heroines of his wonderful
fancy never achieved what it account
ed supreme happiness ” By the way,
the novelist’s full name was William
They Laid It on the Table.
“Mo it icsi.l vr-it," ‘That tin 1 fhk\
cif police ip hereby instructed lo procccil
immediately to elope up all of the
gambling h<m?cp in th A city of Macon and to
continue to keep them closed and enter le
gal piwccdirgs against all parties connected
with the same, and that the council pledges
itpclt to support him in the lawful discharge
of lik duly."
The above resolution was introduc
ed in the city council of Macon, at a
late meeting. It seems incredible
that ally body of men who were elect
ed in a city like Macon, could or
would vote against the adoption of
such a resolution. Mercer University
has just opened. They are inviting
the young men of the state to that
institution to be educated. Mercer
is a noble institution, exceptionally
well officered and equipped. It ranks,
and justly so, with the foremost uni
versities of the land; but, notwith
standing all this, the action of Macon’s
city council is enough to alarm pa
rents. A feeble effort was recently-
made to stop open gambling in Macon,
but it seems that the city council have
dropped the thin disguise, which it
has been wearing on this question.
Macon ought to close her gambling
dens, or close her male colleges.
It is a dangerous thing to send a
young man to a college, where the
city adds gambling to the curriculum.
If, at the next municipal election in
Macon, a council cannot be elected
which will at least try to stop gam
bling, it would be well for the city . to
surrender its charter, and allow some
Body outside the corporation to select
and appoint a governing body for the
They’re Called For.
Atlanta, Ga., 8cpt. 25.—The
Calhoiin-WiHiamtion dueling party-
will have to answer to the state of
Alabama for the recent meeting on
the field of honor. Ever since that
interesting episode there has been a
constant expectation here of the arri
val of a requisition from Gov. Seay
for the distinguished gentlemen, but
the continued delay was creating the
impression that the matter would
he overlooked. To-day, however,
two officers from Alabama arrived iu
the city, and at once visited the exe
cutive office, armed with a requisition
and the usual papers for Patrick Cal
houn, his second, Copt. Henry Jack-
eon, Col. J. 1). Williamson, President
of the Chattanooga, Rome and Co
lumbus railroad, and his second, Jack
King, of Rome.
The charge made by the Stale of
Alabama against tho gentlemen is as
sault with intent to murder. Gov.
Gordon promptly honored the requi
sition and issued his warrant for the
arrest of the parties iudicted and their
delivery to the accredited agent of the
State of Alabama. Patrick Calhoun
and Col. Williamson were both in the
city, and were seen and a-rested.
They had been expecting the sum
mons and were not surprised. They
yielded to the inevitable, and an ar
rangement was dually perfected with
the officer, Messrs. Calhoun and Wil
liamson speaking lor and binding
their seconds to go to Alabama Mon
day, iu the meantime remaining at
their houses on their personal recog
nition. Tlte occurrence creates very
little sensation here.
Knows tho Value of Silence.
From the Nashville American (Deni).
Vice President Morton scents to be
the only member of the administra
tion who keeps his mouth shut. We
arc always willing to give the devil
his due, and we tender our congratu
lations to the Republican pa ty. lie
is a curiosity that ought to be put on
Quebec, Sept. 25.—The bodies ol
two little girls ofMicheal Bradley, who
lost his whole family in the land slide,
were found late last night, close to
each other. They were not much
bruised, an^nust have died of suffoca
Joe Kemp, who was found yester-
terdny, after having been buried 108
hours under the debris, is dead.
RAt.F.tr.it, N..JC. Sept. 25.— Ex-Con
federate Gen. 1). IT. Hill,died yesterday
at Charlotte, N. Cl.
Madrid, Sept 25.—A bomb was
exploded to-day behind the Ayete
palace in San Sebastain, where Queen
Christiana is staving. No one was
hurt, and no damage was done.
Deer Park, Mil, Sept 25.—Major
William Warner, of Missouri, has
finafiy declined the office of commis
sioner of pensions, which was tendered
him by President Hariison.
Asiutrv Park. N. J.. Sept. 25.—A
heavy storm prevails along the New
Jersey coast, and the surl is high. The
wind is blowing on shore, and much
damage will undoubtedly be done at
high tide to-night.
CiiKADO, Sept. 25.—A dispatch
from Fort Worth, Tex., says; “At a
lale hour lust night, as the north
hound Saute Fe train was pulling out
of Crowley, ten miles south of here,
three men boat (led the train and two
others jumped on the engine. The
two on the engine placed pistols to the
heads of the engineer and fireman and
told them to stop. The robbers cut
the engine, baggage and express cars
fiom the rest of the' trr in and made
the engineer pull half a mile further.
One of the men got into the express
car and ordered the messenger to show
them tho money, and he pointed to
three bags of Mexican silver. One of
tlte men ripped open a sack and
shoveled flic silver out of the door,
while tlte other one threw out the
oilier sacks. They took two packages
said to contain $5,001) each, hut over
looked three or’four packages for Fort
Worth. The engineer was then made
to couple up and move on.
Charley Hansoll Downs Atlanta
Scribes On Scripture. ’
In the report of the celebration of
the Hebrew new year, the following
paragraph appeared in yesterday’s
“Rabbi Reich said yesterday that
the horn was used instead of a silver
trumpet, or any other instrument, be
cause when Isaac went up into the
mountain and was, in obedience to
the divine orders, about to sacrifice his
own son, a ram was sent to prevent
the accomplishment of the order, and
was caught by its horns in the bushes.
Since that time the horn has been
used at this tesliva! as a tribute to
During yesterday’s session of the
house, clerk Charlie Hansell, who is a
Sunday school superintendent in
Thomasville, was passing away the
time during a long debate by read
ing the Constitution, when, striking
the above paragaph, he smoled a broad
smile and remarked that “the man
who wrote that was ’off on the scrip
“What’s the matter with that? ’ asked
Chick Niles, who does not do the re-
ligous news on the Atlanta department
of the Macon Telegraph or Savannah
“That’s what I say,” said Stanhope
“And so do I,” said Charlie Rice.
“Me too,” said I’atillo, of the Au
“And we’ll'bet you a hat that it’s
right,” said the quartette.
“Well, it may be,” said Hansel),
but in my Sunday school they teach
that it was Abraham who went up on
the mountain to sacrifice his son, and
that Isaac was his yin; but of course
you all know more about it than I do.”
“O-h!" said Niles.
“Ha! Ila!” said Sams.
“Can’t teach us anything about
scriptures,” said Patifio.
“You bet,” said Rice.
And the quartette smiled with grim
Who Is Benjamin McKee?
The Jenkins of the associated press,
speaking of how the president spent
last Sunday at Deer Park, said :
“There was no church service, and
he spent the morning in taking a last
walk with Benjamin McKee.’”
Now who in thunder is Benjamin
McKee? The American public has
never heard of him before—never.
When the Jenkinses of the press in
form us that the president has taken a
walk with Benjamin McKee, they
should also tell us something about
Benjamin McKee, and they shouldn’t
neglect to tell what office he is after.
Docs he want to be pension commis
sioner ? We insist upou knowing ail
about Benjamin McKee. Ah ! we re
member now —he is the youngster
about whom so many idiotic things
have been said because he was the
Young’ Female College,
Fall Session Begins Wednesday, September 4U1, 1889.
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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
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Lower - Broad - Millinery.
My editor’s absence last week pre
vented a change of ad., but there is
no change in my principles of trade.
Everything a( 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 ot 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 lar away—only a few steps
down on lower Broad.
Mr*. .Sennit* Carroll,
Lower Broad Milliner.
The firm of West k Fcarn is this day dis
solved by mutual consult, Mr. E* I*. Beam
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. 1*. FEARN.
Thomasville, (ia., Sept. 17th, 1881).
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 he better prepared than before to serve
the public with anything in his line.
E. 1\ FEARN.
Thomasville! Sept, 17, 1889* l-mo
-THAT THEY HAVE THE
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REID CULPEPPER, 120-122 Rroad Ml
If you want to get a stylish neck-tie you
must go to L. Steyerman & Bro.
If you want to get a nice suit for little
money go to L. Steyerman & Bro.
They are Headquarters for Stylish Goods.
Their rush for goods was so great that Mr.
L. Steyerman left Sunday night for the sec
ond stock for this season. He will now have
a chance to get the latest novblties in all
kinds of Dress Goods and Trimmings.
L. STEYERMAN & BROTHER,
LEADERS OF FASHION.
Their IIii.iiieMH Il-toming.
Probably nothing lias onnsctlsnch a general
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Furniture, CinqKU, Redding, Children's
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and lowest prices In the city.
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