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THE DAILY TIMES-ENTERPRISE. JOHN TRIPLE I T, - - - Editor. S. B. BURR, - Business Manager. FRIDAY, OCTOBER II, 18X9. Daily Times-ICntsbi'hiss i" published every morning (Monday excqded.) ^ The Weekly Timfis-Enteiumuse is published every Saturday morning. Subscription Rates. OlILY TlMES-KNTERrRISB, . . W JELLY “ ... $5 00 . 1 00 Tram Daily Advertis no Rates Kates .-—$1.00 per squa ts for ea h subse- 12 00 20 00 ;i5 oo first insertion, and 50 uent insertion. One Square, one month, - - - One Square, two months - - One Square, three month** - - O1.0 Square, six months, - - One Square, twelve inont ns, - - Subject to change by snecial arraiu *r M. R. BI RR. Kiihujos* ^n"nfi A big vein of coal has bq^n d’seov- ered in Floyd county, twelve nv.ies north oi Rome. BROWN’S BETTERMENTS. Thou Too, McKinley! Congressman McKinley looks to see Tho House Against Granting a Personal a Republican Congress this year Interview. devote itnclf to a Revision of the tariff * ■ and to the passage of a law governing Atlanta, Ga., Oct. 9.—The — . ■ > ivenicnts of the joint committee ap pointed to confer with the lexemes sectional line that we had Fcileial elections. | We are surprised to hear a cooser- i vativc man like McKinley gooff on a has so far been, characterized by con- j narr0W) siderahle changenhlcness. I he com- would he monopolized by Sher man and Foraker. Mr. McKinley | declares that “this will, of course, bring up the race question, and we might just as well fight it out this year as any other, because it must inevita- communieatiou from the lessees Tups- j j )e Pe ttU' ( l on the side of the right, day afternoon. President Brown re- j ^ ( j ]( , R C |ml,li ca n party is toj retain quested tlie committee to meet him at •. • a — — .....t *t.„ n( mittee contemplated that tlie claim ot the lessees for betterments should he submitted in writing. The commit- ! tee on Saturday advised President Brown that thev would receive a The military company at Warren- ton has disbanded and the guns have- been shipped back io Atlanta. Thomas J. Roland who lives three miles Irom Ga'nsville, made 7 00 gallons of syrup on six acres of land. Statisticians estimate that the cities and towns of Georgia have gained $60,000,000 in value, while the coun try has lost $50,000,000. A paper mill is to he erected at Brunswick just across the East Ten nessee road, near the grounds of the Keunon Manufacturing Company. It is stated that tho Albany Fertiliz er and Farm Improvement company, within less than a year, have shown Ja profit of 25 per cent upon the invest ment. its influence, and the confidence of the country.” This is .an admission from one of its strongest and fairest men, that the Republican party, to maintain its hold on the offices must continue . a sectional party, and that the race action this morning, and agreed that; q Uegl ; on j 9 to he continued as an in culimlHinrr n written claim, the his hotel instead of at the capital, so that he could submit the claim in person. The committee yesterday re fused to do this, and insisted that the claim must he submitted in writing. The committee reconsidered Skins on Fire. The Masonic Grand Lodge of Gcor- ia will meet in Macon on Tuesday, let. 29th, in the Masonic Temple. Jelegates from all parts of the state rill he in attendance. The meeting iromises to be an important one. A friend of ex-Treasurer Burke, of Louisiana, said the other day: “If lurketook the bonds for his own use icaven only knows where they are : or he lias not got a cent now.” When ,he bond sensation was first made lub'ic it was stated that Maj. Burke vould he personally responsible for the imount lost. According to the St. Louis Repub- ic, there are 6,000,000 acres of land inrultivated out of a total acreage of 7,440,000 in the southwest corner of :he state. This vacant land would make 37,50° farms ot 160 acres each lor settlers, and would not sustain less than quarter of a million of people. of th The work of the revision tile in Berlin, has now proceeded so r that a conference of revisors is now :ing held. Not only has the Old sstament been revised, but the re— sed version of the New- Testament is been again corrected, this having ■on found necessary to produce exact M.formity. Capt James Simpson, of the Geor- a South, rn & Florida road, is now at ork with a latge force of hands on the rpemnental farm belonging to the .ad at Cvcloiteta. Already he has repared 300 acres for cultivation, and 1 the course of a few weeks the entire trm will be ready for the manager, ;ho is now on the ground, ready for tying off the plats. As a proof of the paying qualities ot arms in the red hills of Georgia, an nthusiastic citizen of Oglethorpe ounty, recently cited the case of ex enator James M- Smith, of h’.s own ounty. m the House of Representa ives. Mr. Smith commenced farming n 1867 0.1 $300 hurt owed money, arid .his year the profits arising from his farming operations will amount $100,000. At Griffin 1 tie-day, Col. W. A Rubins..n, of the Thomson-IIouston Electric Light Company, sold his contract to light the city to a compa ny composed of the following per sons: II. C B^r, ,I. P. Nichols, J G. Rhea, B. B. Blakely, andJ. A. Stewart. A meeting was held, and the Griffin Ligth and Water Compa ny elected the officers and directors H. C. Burr, president; J. G. Rhea, secretary and treasurer; directors, II. C. Burr, J. I*. Nichols, J. G. Rhea, B. R. Blakely, aud J, A. Stewart. This company bus all the necessary apparatus ordered and will have work to commence as sjou as it can arrive- in submitting a written claim, the lessees might make an oral statement argument, and gave the lessees three speeches and six hours. Till-: HOUSE SAYS NO. The minority of the committee on this question brought the matter up in the House this afternoon, and a resolution was adopted that all the committee was expected to do, was to receive a written statement from the lessees. If the committee regards this expression from the House the lessees will not be heard from orally. There is a growing feeling in the House, always strong, that the joint committee ought not to have been ap pointed, and the present prospect of delay is not what was expected, when the original resolution was adopted. Revival at Waycross. Waycross, Ga„ Oct. 9.—A revival meeting has been in progress here in the Baptist church for ten days, con ducted by Dr. Harris, pastor of the First Baptist church of Columbrs. The meeting began with unusual in terest and continued without abate ment until last night, when it closed. Many of the best citizens ot the city united with the church during the meeting. Dr. Harris is a noble heart ed man and a successful preacher. Capt. A. A. Adams Dead. Americas, Ga., Oct, 9.—Capt. A. A. Adams, a prominent citizen of this place, died to-day. He was over 60 years of age. He was an influential member of the Methodist church. He was reared in Putnam county, where he has many relatives. Soon after the war he was a cotton factor in Savan nah, but has lived in Savannah for the past twenty years. He leaves a wife and six children. Rev. J. W. A\ eston, o. D.iwson, and William McPhaul, ot Worth county, are his sons-in-law. excitant in politics North and South. In our opinion this policy is short sighted and suicidal. There v>ill never he good feeling between the sections of this Union until this abom inable race issue is abandoued. There will never be genuine progress in tho negro race until the negro ceases to be hone of political contention. The white man, in the interest of his coun try, is bound to control the politics if the Eolith, and if the negro is to he maintained as a political issue, the white man will control the negro. That is all there is in it. Let such men as McKinley hesitate before giv ing their sanction to this fatal policy. —Augusta Chronicle. Aff«nizln£, itctiins, burn ins: nnd bleed ing Kcifoia in ita trorat stages. A raw ■ore from head to feet. Hair gone. Doctors nud hospitals foil, t ried cr- eryjhiug. Cured by the Cutieurn Remedies for $0. Cured byCuticura. I am cured of a loathsome disease, eczema, in its worst staj;e. I tried different doctors anil been through the hospital, hut all to no pur- oose. The disease covered iny whole body from the top of my head to the soles of my :eet, My hair all came out, leaving mo a complete raw sore. After trying everything I heard of your Cuticura Remedies, and after using three bot tles of Cuticura Resolvent, with Cuticura and Cuticura Soap, I And myself cured at the cost >>t about (6. I would not be without the Cuti cura Remedies in my house, as I find them use ful in many cases, and I think they are the only •kin ami blood medicines. ISAAC II. GERMAN, Wurtsboro, N. Y. Burning and Itching. I mi nick in tho fall ot 1888 with a burning and itching so bad that in three weeks 1 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 anj thing like it beforo I received no help from anj of them, or from any medicine that I c««ld get hold of until I tried your Cuti cura Remedies. After three weeks’ 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, Vt. Most Intense Itching. I have used the Cuticura Remedies success fully for my baby, who was afliicted with ccze- i, and had such intense itching that he got rest day or night. The itching is cone, and r baby is cured, and is now a healthy, rosy- eekeu boy. „ MARY KELLERMAN, Ileloit, Ivan. Cuticura Resolvent. The new Rlood rurifier and purest and best of Humor Cures, internally, and Cuticura, the great Skin Cure, and Cuticura Soap, an exquis ite Skin Beautifler, externally, instantly and speedily and permanently cure the most ago nizing, itching, burning, bleeding, scaly, crust ed and pimply diseases and humors of tho skin, scalp, and blood, with loss of hair, from pim ples to scrofula. Sold everywhere. Price, Cuticura, 50c.: Soap 25c.; Resolvent, 11!00. Prepared by tho Potter Drug and Chemical Corporation, Boston. KB'-Send for "How to Cuie Skin Disinses, J pages, 50 illustrations, and 100 testimonials, Condensed mince meat, in packages with three pies to the package at 11 3t T. J. Ball & Bros. Wheat granules at 1131 T. J. Ball & Bro’s. Package mince merit, three pies to package, at 1.1 3 t T. J. Ball’ & Bro’s. TIIE WORLD S EXPOSITION OF ’92, Or rather a World ot Chinn, is now to be found nt Reese A Eason’s Hardware and China Store, on ISroad street. 10-9-3t Up-stair?, down-stairs, all over the house. You never saw such a beautiful lot of Crockery at such Low Prices, except at Reese A Eason's, 10-9-3t They Have Come TO LOWER BROAD How Ridiculous. A seedsman up in New York has recently purchased 257 pounds of watermelon seeds in Georgia. He bought them for a mere nominal sum, prepares them for market, then ships them back to the south to sell. It is said that these seeds are worth $10,- 000 to the seedsman when doled out to the trade. Evidently here is a little business that would pay some man in the south to work up more fully than has yet been done. The germinating qualities of Georgia seeds are not improved Dy their journey to New York and back.—Macon News. Headquarters for Drugs! RBH) a C’O’LPEPmt’S 120-122 Broad St., - Thomasvitle, Ga :School and Blank Books, Stationery,: Of every style. Pianos and Organs, Sheet Music, Etc. C BEAR IN .MIND > THAT THEY HAVE THE Handsomest and Best kept Drug Store IjST GEORGIA. Where you can find fresh and pure drug3 and get prescriptions compounded at all ho^y day or night, by competent Pharmacists. They use only Squibb’? preparations in the prescription department and guarantee goods and prices. REID <& CIILPEPPER, 1SO-1S8 Dronri JULES, black-heads, red, rough, chapped ll and oily skin prevented by Cuticura Soap , MUSCULAR STRAINS and pains, back ache, weak kidneys, rheumatism, and chest pains reliev- • ed in •nr minute by the Ctilicu- Auti-Pniu IMnatcr. 23 cents The new goods. All in and open. Call aud see them. I do not regard it a trouble to show goods, even if vou don’t buy. I like particular customers, for if once pleased they are our best fricud afterwards. My goods are all new and reliable, em brace the latest styles and quality. Many novelties out this season which 1 havn’t space to mention. I intend to cell my goods lower than millinery'has ever been offered in Thomasville. To thoughtful, care ful buyers, aud those who wish to make a dollar go furthest, I offer bargains which will be sure to please. The season opens this week; I am ready. CUH and see me. Mrs. Jennie Uarroll, Lower Broad Milliner. Dissolution. The firm of West A Fcnvn is this dny 'dis solved by mutual consent, Mr. Iv P. Fearn retiring. John T. West will continue the business, anil assumes all liabilities and re tains the assets of the late firm. JOHN T. W F.ST, E. P. FEARN. Thomasville, Ga., Sept. 17th, 1889. A CARD. In retiring from the late firm of West A Fcarn (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 1. West, who is enlarging his facilities, and will he better prepared than lief ire to serve the public with anything in his line. Respectfully, E. P. FEARN. Thomasville, Sept. 17, 1889’ 1-mo VIEWS Of residences nnd family groups taken at residences, Tin Types and Photographs cn larged to any size. GOTTWALS, Photographer, octiitf Over Reid A Culpepper’s. TAILORING There io an end to all things, so the people say, but there is no enu to the splendid fitting clothing made at 81 Broad street. Cloanlng and repairing done in the neatest manner. Give mo . call John Kenny. ATTENTION! GrENTLfiBMESM. 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 novelties in all kinds ot Dress Goods and Trimmings. L. STEYERMAN Ss BKOTHEE, LEADERS OF FASHION. American Rambler Bicycle, latest patent, for sale cheap. Inquire at Gas Works. 6octdlw At Augusta, Saturday, Robert Bat- tey, a negro juror, was not permitted to cuter the dining hall ot the August- ta hotel. Battey was the only negro on the jury impaneled to try F. II. Jones, upon a charge ot adultery til leged to have been committed with Mrs. Ephraim Tweedy*of which he was found guilty. When the hour of adjournment for dinner arrived, Judge Eve, of the city court, who was trying the case, ordered the sheriff not to allow the twelve men to di.-perse, but to keep them together, and to have them supplied with din ner. The Judge’s order was obeyed, and the men were taken to the Au gusta hotel by the officer for their dinner. When the jury arrived, Mr. Deolittle, the (proprietor, who is a northern man, a republican, and 8 member of the giaud army, positive ly refused to allow Battey to enter his dining hall. Battey became in dignant and declined to cat bis meal n a private room which was provided for.him. The officer escorted the negro to his home, where he dined as usual' thomasville OPERA HOUSE TUESDAY, OCTOBER 15th. Young Female College, Tkiomasville, G-a. 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 mon|h, 4J50 Drawing, per month, 3-00 Painting, - 4.00 Board in College per month, - - lo.uu Tuition payable one-half in advance, balance at- expiration of first quarter. JNO. E. BAKER, aug23- President. William Gillett’s AMERICAN PLAY, HELD BY THE ILLUSTRATED MAGNIFICENTLY ICAN “LA”, ENEMY, LOOK HERE. You can buy at Pickett’s Cash Store: 2 lb Tomatoes at 3 lb “ at Early June Peas at Sugar Corn at Lima Beans at Succotash at Salmon at Sardines—imported at 2 lb cans Alligator Oysters *6gc can i lb cans Alligator “ o8|c can 1 1 lb cans Lunch Tongue 25c can I 2 lb cans Corned Beet at 20c can f lb cans Eng. Lun. Meat 20c can Small cam; Potted Ham 75c doz Cooper, Cox, ov Nelson's Gelatine 15c P k 8 Respectfully, t f M. P. Pickett. 8c can ioc can 15c can ioc can 15c can 77c can ibljc can 15c can 1 MOST FSRFSGT CMS, AND BBUnTJDBJRR. THE ENEMY’S RECORD: 420 RIGHTS IN NEW YORK; GOTTWALS Photograph Gallery, oyer Reid & Culpep per’s. 1 am now prepared to make fine pho ton., and all are invited to call and examln* my work. oefitf Furniture, Carpets, Redding, Chlldren’B Carriages. Well Paper and Window Shades, Straw mattings, Rugs, etc. The best styles ami lowest prices in the city. ■ GEO. W. FORBES, G-l4-w2t d i Slasury Building PIANOS AND ORGANS W. S. Brown, the Jeweler, has se cured the agency (or nil the ilrst-class Pianos and Organs, which ho is, aelling at the lowest prices for cash or on Ion" time. Those desiring' to purchase wi do well to learn his prices and terms. Merourial Poison. Mercury is frequently injudiciously used by quack doctors in eases of malaria and blood poison. Its after effect is worse than the original disease, R, 11. B. (Botanic Blood Halm) contains no mercury, -but will eliminate mercurial poison from the system. Write to Blood Balm Co., Atlanta, Ga., for hook of convincing proof of its curative virtue. A. F. Britton, Jackson, Tenn., writes: "1 caught malaria in Louisiana, and when the fever nt last broke, my system was saturat ed with poison, nnd I had sores in my mouth nnd knots on my tongue- I got two bottles of B. B. B., which healed my tongue and mouth nnd made a new man of me.’ Wm. Richmond, Atlanta, Ga., writes: ■My wife could hardly see. Doctors called it syphilitic iritis. Her eyes were in a dreadful condition. Her appetite fatted. She had pain in her joints nnd hones. Her kidneys were deranged also, and no one thought she could be cured. Dr. Gillatn recommended B. B. B., which she used until her health was entirely restored.” K. P. B. Jones, Atlanta, Ga., writes: “I was troubled with copper colored eruptions, loss of appetite, pain in back, aching joints, debility, emaciation, loss of hair, sore throat, and great uervousness. B. B. B. put my system in fine condition.” PRICES AS USUAL. SALE OF SEATS OPENS Oct. 10th Electric Blucra. This remedy is becoming so well known nnd so popular ns to need no special mention. 411 who have used Electric Bitters sing tho same song of praise. A purer medicine docs not exist'and it is guaranteed to do all that is ilaimcd. Electric Bitters will cure all diseases of the Liver and Kidneys, will remove Pimples. Boils, Salt Rheum and other affections caused by impure blood.— Will drive maiariu from the system and prevent ns well as cure all Malarial levers.— For cure ol Headache, Constipation and In digestion try Electric Bitter*—Entire satis faction guaranteed, or money refunded.— Price DOcts. and $1.00 per bottle at S. J. Cossets, Drug Store. WITH THE- Biggest and Best Stock OF DRY LUMBER, IN* SOUTH GEORGIA. I have five hundred thousand feet of Standard Mouldings, Which I 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 kind. Jos. L. Beverly, (Successor to Fife & Ileverly.) MEIGS - - GrA.., I. ton.nmptlonlnciyrnblcf Read the following : Mr. C. II. Morris, Newark, Ark., says: “Was down with Abeesa of Lungs, end friends and physicians pronounced me an Incurable Consumptive. Began taking Dr. Kinn’s New Discovery for Consumption, am now on my third bottle, and able to oversee the work oil 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 died of Lung Troubles. Wus given up by doctor?. Am now in best of health;”' Try it. Sample bottle tree at S. J. Cassels’ Drug Store, WANTED - SECOND HAND -Oarpets and Muttresses.- Can be sold to Good Advantage, —AT— B. GOLDBERG’S Auction nnd Comnubilon Home. HJsepJm J. 8. Real Estate Agent, THOMASVILLK, GA. Office over Reid t Culpepper's Drug Store, Broad St. I am now prepared to buy qr sell, for other parties, all kinds of town or country reg) estate, and have ou my list a good assorts mcnl of both kinds. Strict and close atten tion to the business will be my aim, and I respectfully solicit n share of the business of the community. nugi’Stf Ituclrlcn’n Arnien Halve. The Best Salve in the World for Cut* Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains 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 8, J. Cassels, Drug Store. Calhoun Tobacco Uoctlw 8. J. Cassels, 118 Broad Street.