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THE DAILY TIMES-ENTERPRISE. JOHN TRIPLETT, - - - Editor. S. B. BURR, - Business Manager. TUESDAY, OCTOHKR 8, 1«8E. Daily Timls'-Enteri'iiise H published every morning (Monday exo-qui-d.) _ ^ The Weekly Times-Estebi'Iiske is published every Saturday morning. iipnos Hates- Daily Times-Exteri’ihsi WiEKLY Daily Advertis no Rates. Transient Rates.—$1.00 per square for the first insertion, and .00 cei ts for ea ii suIjm.*- uent insertion. One Square, one month, - - - • $ 5 O' One Square, two months - - - - 8 One Square, three month?, - Oi»o Square, six months, - - One Square, twelve mom is. - Subject to change by special arranf “ N. II. HI KES. llnslucN# Mniiatcr, LATEST TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. THE CROP OUTLOOK. A Catholic Priest to Hang-Will Soil Cotton on Friday-More Bodies Found at Johnstown A New State Capitol Booming—The Blue and Iho GroyJMinglo Again - -The Mormons Meet in Ecclesi astical Conclave—Snow in New York—Freezing tho Johnstown Sufforers - A Negro Riot At Pear son -Montana Safe for tho Dem ocrats. What has become of Tanner? And so Iiismarck will chin the Czar, after all. Old -Biz’ - is a smart one. We are in receipt of three poems announcing that the lall season has arrived and ' the winds are blowing cool across the world." And just think —the price of coa! is going up, up, up! — Rome Tribune. Atlanta is growing. The city is already so large that when a man meets a friend and stays out until io o'clock at night, he gets lost, does r.o'. reach home until daylight, and tails to recognize his own habitation — Rome Tribune. They’re talking of running Cleve land for congress, to fill the vacancy occasioned by the death of Sunset Cox. Oh, no, gentlemen, Grover, will rest until ’92, when lie will be elected President. The country is interested in the eight new senators who are to come out of the west. The only thing that can be prophesied ot them with any degree of certainty is that they will he rich. It is also probable that the country will first hear of them after they are elected.—Telegraph. The question of the selection of a site for the new southern navy yard is still in doubt. Really the only two points that ought to be considered in this competition are Savannah and Brunswick. The Georgia congressmen ought to see that there is no monkeying in this business.—Ex. Georgia in the lead. She Stands at the jHcatf in the", Matter of Cotton Mills. Georgia holds first place. The Chronicle has already disputed the statement of Mr.‘ Shepperson that Georgia has lost her place as the first cotton state of the south. Relying upon the disproven statement of Shep person, and not upon its own figures giving the number of mills and spin dles tn|its present issue, the Chatta nooga Tradesman makes South Caro ltna'thc banner manufacturing state. In the Tradesman of Oct. 1 there are published exhaustive reports of the cotton industries in the south, giving the names and number of mills in each place and slate, with the number of looms and spindles, and thej kind of goods made by each mills. The Tradesman reports eighty-four mills and 847,000 spindles for Georgia, and fifty-two mills ,and 292,000 spin dles for South Carolina. Surely it is conclusive that the lesser number of spindles cannot consume more cotton than the greater. The Augusta mills were stopped for four months last year on account of the break in'the canal, which reduced its consumption to 45,000 bales. Co- ,) I ,CU1I1 J lumbus consumed 19,000, Macon 14,000, Athens 10,000, and Atlanta 16,ooo, making for the mills named 104,000 bales. There are 156,000 spindles left in the state to consume 50,000 bales more, according to the figures of the Tradesman. The Financial C^hronicle’s report giyes Georgia her old position, at the head of the cotton industry in the south, the consumption of her mills last year being 11,000 in excess ot the mills of South Carolina — Augusta Chronicle. I)o not expect your neighbor to treat you with greater consideration than you show him. The matt who is nearly always wrong does the most crowiijg when he happens to he right. The man who says he can’t without having tried is either a fool, a sloven or too lazy to live. “ 0 T UAr.Kiii it, (>ct. 5.—A Cat liolic priest, 12 1 Father Bovle, was convicted in Wake ‘1 sttperioi court to-night of a charge of •ment. i crimiiul assault* on Miss Geneva Whittaker. The jury lmd the case four hours, and did not bring in a verdict until midnight. The crime of which Boyle is convicted was com mitted last May. He was sentenced to he hanged Nov. 2!L Madison, Ga , Oil. fi>.—The fol lowing resolution has been adojited by the Morgan county alliance to-day: Resolved, That Friday be cotton sale day for the alliance men of Mor gan county during the months of October and November, beginning Friday, Oct. 11, and that cotton buyers from a distance are invited to lie with us on those days. Johnstown, Pa , Oct. 5.—Two more bodies were taken out of the river by the state forces, which were at work taking out rubbish and open ing sewers to-day. From present ap pearances there are a great many dead yet in the river, and the time allotted by Gov. Beaver for the work will he sufficient to have enough rub— hislt removed that they may he taken out. St. Baud, Oct. 5.—A special to the Pioneer Press from Pierre, S. IX, says: “The election of Pierre as the capital of South Dakota bids fair to create a boom equal to that in Oklaho ma last spring. Strangers tire Hock ing into the city by thousands, every train being loaded clown with pros pectors and speculators. Over 8500,- 000 worth of property changed hands to-day. Lots which could have been bought a week ago for $100 sold to day for*$l,000. The people are ex cited and the town is in a constant hubbub both day and night, and it is impossible to preserve any kind of order. The people have been cele hrating for forty-eight hours., Ya., Get. 5.—Two hundred representatives of Maine vet- eia:-. regiments, Gov. Burleigh and stall, arrived hero on a special train this morning. They were escorted by a committee of citi— z-us to the court house lmll, and were accorded a cordial welcome by Mayor Atkinson. Gov. Burleigh responded, remarking that the reception was one of the bright spots in their tour. Capt. J. J. • Williams, Col. Joseph A. Nulton and {Gov. Holliday, con federate veterans, then made patriotic speeches. The sentiments expicssed were loudly cheered by the Maine vctcrans.aml the ladies accompanying them. Chicago, Get. 5.—A dispatch from Salt Lake City says: “The sixteenth "cneral semi-annual conferences of the Mormon church began yesterday. Wilfred Wood rod, president of the church, presided, and George Q. Can non of the first presidency was present. There were also present five of the twelve apostles ot the church and a great number of other high church j officials. President;Woodrufi, in his address, said the Mormon church had been established by God, and that no power on earth could stay its progress. All the revelations given the saints, including polygamy, came direct from God, and notwith standing the trials and troubles through which the Mormons had passed, the Lord would sustain all those who obeyed his principles and his revelations. Apostle John W. Taylor comman ded the people to give unquestioning obedience to the priesthood. “These men at the head of the church,’ he said, ‘have the spirit of revelation and speak for God. I hear my testimony that President Wood ruff and his counselors are prophet seers and revelators. The hand of God is over this church and no power can destroy it or impede its progress. I believe in implicit obedience in temporal and spiritual things. We cannot retain the spirit of God aud yet he constantly finding fault with tho priesthood. We must learn not to judge men by what we see, not on the basis of the limited opportunity we have of knowing what they are doing for the people. AVe should not criticize the church authorities.’ Washington, Oct. 5.—The weath cr crop bulletin issued to day says: flic Week ending Octi 5 has been unusually cold in nil the districts east of the Mississippi, and in the southwest, (lie daily temperature generally ranging from 8° to 10° below tho average for the week. It was warmer than usual in Jthe upper Missouri valley and on tho Pacific coast, the daily excess in Montana ranging fiont 4° to 8°. The deficiency in the rainfull dur ing the week is general throughout tho whole country. The only sections, reporting an excess are stations on Lake Ontario, Eastport, Cincinnati, Portland, Ore., Corpus Christi and San Antonio, No rain occurred in the southern portions of the South Atlantic and East Gulf states, and from Nebraska northward over Dako ta, and generally' throughuot the Rocky mountain plateau regions and California. Light showers occurred generally throughout the central valleys, lake regions and along the Atlantic coast, but the total rainfall over these sections generally amoun ted to less than one-fourth of an inch. Tho weather during the week in the corn and winter wheat regions of the central valleys was generally fav orable fi.r farm work and tho securing of the fall crops. AVinter wheat is reported in good condition except in Michigan, where more rain is needed. The drought in this state has mater ially reduced the yield of corn and potatoes. The greatest portion of the tobacco crop is housed in Kentucky and Ten nessee without material damage from light frosts. Wheat seeding is pro gressing in these states attended by favorable weather and|excellcnt pros pects. In the cotton region the weather was favorable for cotton picking, which is nearing completion. The crop is reported as good and coming in rapidly in North Carolina, while it is below the averago in South Car olina, where other crops are in fine condition. Rain is badly needed in Louisiana to improve the condition ot the late cane and other crops. Throughout the Middle Atlanticand New England states the weather was favorable for securing crops. Corn and buckwheat have generally "ttfen secured, and winter wheat and rye show good growth. The potato crop shows a fair yield in New Jersey, except on low ground. LATEST. I.ockfort, N. A'., Oct. 6 —Snow fell here this morning to a depth ofsix inches, greatly damaging shade and truit trees. The storm continued three hours. Johnstown, I’a., Oct. 6.—AVith the thermometer about the freezing point there is a great deal of suffering here these nights by people who are im properly sheltered and poorly clothed. Waycp.oss, Ga., Oct. 6.—A rumor has reached here from rearson of a riot between two opposing tactions ot negroes at Kirkland last night. Pistols were used, and two negroes were severely wounded. There is no further intelligence, except that peace has been restored. Helena, Mont., Get. 6.—The latest returns give a democratic majority of 7 on joint ballot in the legislature,with t in doubt, which may increase the ma jority to 9. In several counties the vote is very dose, but it is not thought the official canvass will make any material change. Toole, the demo cratic candidate for governor, has a majority ot about 800. Carter, rep., for congress, has a majority of about 1,200. Skins on Fire. ■ore from head to feet. llnir gone. Doctors and hospitals fall. I riec^, er* crytliius. (Cured by the Cuticura flcinedtea lor 96. Cured by Cuticura. I am cured of a loathsome disease, eczema, in its worst stage. I tried different doctors ami been through the hospital, but all to no pur pose. The disease covered my whole body from the top of my head to the soles of my ieet. My hair *11 came out, leaving mo a complete raw sore. After trying everything I heard of your Cuticura RemcVtles, and after using three bot tles of Cuticura Resolvent, with Cuticura and Cuticura Soap, I find myself cured at the cost of about $G. 1 would not be without tho Cuti cura Remedies in my house, as 1 find them use ful in many cases, and I think they arc tho only skin ami blood medicines. ISAAC H. GERMAN, Wurtsboro, N\ Y. Burning and Itching. I was sick In the fall of 188S with a burning and itching so bad that in three Aveeks I was covered with a rash, and could nor sleep nights or work days. Some doctors thought it might be salt rheum (eczema), and said they had nev er seen anything like it before I received no help from any of them, or from any medicine that I coaid get hold of until I tried your Cuti cura Remedies. After three Aveeks’ use I was able to work, and kept getting better, until I am now entirely cured. I recommend them to all suffering with skin diseases. C. E OSMER, Taftsville, Yt. Most Inbonso Itching. , and had such intense itching that he got rest day or night. Tho itching is gone, and my baby is cured, and is now a healthy, rosy- clieokeu boy. MARY KELLEItMAN, Rcloit, Kan. Cuticura Resolvent. The'new Rlood Purifier and purest and best of Humor (.Tires, internally, and Cuticura, the great Skin Cure, and Cuticura Soap, an exquis ite Skin IJeautifler, externally, instantly and speedily and permanently cure tho most ago nizing, itching, burning, bleeding, scaly, crust ed and pin.ply diseases find humors of tho skin, scalp, and blood, with loss of hair, from pim ples to scrofula. Sold cveryAvliere. Price, Cuticura, 50c.; Soap 25c.; Resolvent, $1.00. Prepared by the Potter Drug and Chemical Corporation, Boston. Hp-Send for “How to Cure Skin Disiascs,” 04 pages, 50 illustrations, and 100 testimonials, Headquarters for asm & co’LFEPmrs 120-122 Broad St., - Thomasville, Ga :School and Blank Books, Stationery,: Of every style. Pianos and Organs, Sheet Music, Etc. 4 BEAR IN MIND 0 -THAT THEY HAVE THE- Handsomest and Best kept Drug Store IN gkeorgh-a.. 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’? preparations in the prescription department and guarantee goods and prices. R1BID CUliPEPPISK, 1SO-1S2 »roa«l **t IPLES, black heads, red, rough, chapped, (1 and oily skin prevented by Cuticura Soap. |L» MUSCULAR STRAINS and pains, back ache, weak kidneys, rheumatism, and chest pains reliev ed in our minute by tho Cuticu* Anti-Pniu Planter. 25 cents. You should try Pickett’s Royal Baking Powder. Every enn guaran teed to give satisfaction, or money re funded. One pound caus 25 cents. Dissolution. The firm of West & Fcarn is this day dis solved by mutual constnt, Mr. Iv I*. I’earn retiring. John T. West will eontinue the business, ami assumes all liabilities and re tains the assets of the late firm. •JOHN T. WEST, K. I*. I’EARN. Thomasville, (ia., Sept. 17th, 1880. A CARR. In retiring from tho late firm of West & Fearn (as I purpose removing from the city], I desire to return my thanks tp 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 ttian bef iro to serve the public with anything in his line. Respectfully, E. P. FEARN. Thomasville, Sept. 17, 1889- 1-mo VIEWS Of residences and family groups taken at residences, Tin Types and Photographs en larged to any size. GOTTWALS, Photographer, octCtf Over Reid & Culpepper's. ‘ TO RENT. A house on upper Broad, containing ten rooms, comfortably furnished. Good loca tion for boarding house. Possession given at once. Prefer renting by the year. Ap ply this week to MRS. T.B. REUSE, (ioctdlit 1st door above West End. ATTENTION! GEMTLEMEM. If you Avant to get a stylish neck-tie you must go to L. Steyerman & Bro. If you Avant 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 Avill iioav have a chance to get the latest novulties in all kinds of Dress Goods and Trimmings. L. STEYEEMAiT ft IBOEHESt, LEADERS OF FASHION. American Rambler Bicycle, latest patent, for sale cheap. Inquire at (Jus Work?, 6octdlw Young "Female College, Th.omasville, Q-a. Fall Session Begins Wednesday, September 4H1, 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, - ... - - . 4.60 Drawing, per month, ... - 3.00 Painting, “ “ - 4.00 Board in College per month, .... 15.00 Tuition payable one-half in advance, balance at expiration of first quarter. JNO. E. BAKER, aug23- President. COLQUITT SHERIFF SALES FOR NOVEMBER. Will he sold, un the the first Tuesday in November next, before the court house door in Moultrie, Colquitt Cu., Oil, between the legal hours ot sale, the following described property to wit. The following tracts of land, all situated, lying and being in the 8th District of Col- quit county, On., to wit: Lots of land No. 27, 44, 01, 85, 141, 165, 205, 239, 327, 304, 401 103,128,129. Levied on as the property of A. J. Alford, to satisfy justice court fit'lls, issued from tho 1.340 District 0. M., Worth county, Ga., in favur of N. L. Ragan vs. A. J. Alford. A. J. Alford notified in writing. AIbo at the same time and place, the fol lowing described property, to wit: One set of mill rocks, levied on as the property of A. J. Alford, to satisfy a lifa in favor of N. L. Ragan vs. A. J. Alford. Also at the same time and place, acres off of lot of land No. 187 in tiie 8th District G. M., of Colquitt county. Levied on as the property of W. F. Richter, in fa- vorfcif M. F. Ui'imlicrry, vs. W. F. Richter and J. C. Oriner. Levy made by J J. Sel lers, L. C„ to satisfy a li fa issued from Justice Couri, 1373rd District G, M. Ten ant in possession legally notified. F, Nklsox, Sheriff. ARRIVED THIS A. M. ANOTHER CARGO OF five cent sardines. NEW TURKISH DATES and PRUNES. BURBANK POTATOES AND BERMUDA ONIONS, at A. C. Brown’s, 5oct3t ' The Jackson St. Grocer We absolutely dety competition on cash groceries. M. P. Pickett. Administrator's Sale. will lie sold, before the Court House door in Moultrie, Colquitt county, on the first Tuesday in November, 1889, during the lo cal hours of sale, the following property, to-wit: 425 ncrcs, more or less, off of lot No. 481, in the 9th district O. M„ of Colquitt county. Also 245 acres, more or less, o.T ol lot No. 48C, in the 9th District O. M., of Colquitt county; this being improved laud, Sold as the propel ty of the estate ot Chas. A. Iliers, late of said county deceased. W. T. ROBINSON. Oct. 1st, 1889. *. Natural Leaf Tobacco 2octlw S. J. Csssels, 118 Broad Street, Pickett has special figures for parties buying in quantities, and boarding houses. Magnolia Ilams keep through the summer better than any other brand, and Pickett’s is still headquarters for them. Mercurial Poison. Mercury i3 frequently injudiciously used by quack doctors in cases of malaria and blood poison. Its after eject is worse titan the original disease. B. B. B. (Botanic Blood llnlm) contains no mercury, but will eliminate mercurial poison from the system. Write to Blood Balm Co., Atlnnta, On., for book of convincing proof of its curative virtue. A. F. Britton, Jackson, Tonn., writes: “l caught malaria in Louisiana, and when the fever at last broke, my system was saturat ed with poison, and I had sores in my mouth and knots on my tongue- I got two bottles of B. B. B„ which healed my tongue and mouth and made a new mnn of me." Wm. Richmond, Atlanta, On., writes: “My wifacould hardly see. Doctors called it syphilitic iritis. Her eyes were in a dreadful condition. Iter appetito fuiied. She had pain in her joints nnd hones. Her kidneys were deranged also, nnd no one thought she could be cured. Dr. Oillam rccimmcndcd B. B. B., which she used until her health was entirely restored.'' K. P. B. Jones, Atlantn, Ga., writes: “I was troubled with copper colored eruptions, loss of appetite, pain in hack, aching joints, debility, emaciation, loss of hair, sore throat, and great nervousness. B. B. B. put my system in fine condition." Ia Conatimplion Incurable? Rend the following : Mr. C. II. Morris, Newark, Ark., says: “Was down with Ahcess of Lungs, and friends and physicians pronounced me an Incurable Consumptive. Began taking Dr. Kinn's New Discovery for Consumption, am now on my third bottle, nnd able to oversee the work on my farm. It is the best medicine ever made.” Jesse Middleware Decatur, Ohio, says : “Had it not been for Dr. King’s New Dis covery for Consumption I would have v died of Lung Troubles. Was given up by doctors. Am now in best of health;" Try it. Sample bottle I1-CC at S. J. Casscls’ Drug Store, WANTED SECOND HAND Can be sold to Good Advantage, -AT- B. GOLDBERG’S A action nnd Commission House. 13sep3ra 11 STILL IS THE El, WITH THE Biggest and Best Stock OF DRY LUMBER IN SOUTH (jKOU(i T A. 1 Iihvc five hundred thousand feet of Standard Mouldings, Which I will sell at a rare bargain, in fact it will save purchasers money to see mo be fore placing their orders for lumber of any kind. Jos. L. Beverly, (Successor to Fife & Beverly.) MEIGS - - GA., J. s, Real Estate Agent, THOMASVILLE, GA. Office over Reid i Culpepper’s Drag Store,JjBroad St. I am now prepared to buy or sell, for other parties, all kinds of town or country real estate, and have on my list a good assort ment of both kinds. Strict and close atten tion to the business will be my aim, and I respectfully solicit a share of the business of the community. aug‘.’8tf liiiclilrn’N Arnica Naive. The best Salve in the World for Cuts Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands,' Chilblains Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and positively cures Piles, or no pay required. It is guar antied to give perfect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price 35 cents per box. For sale by S. J. Cassels, Drug Store. Calhoun Tobacco 2oct)^ S. J. Cahsels, 118 Broad Street.