THE DAILY TIMES-ENTERPRISE.
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N. IS. Bt ltlt, ItiiNfuesn Mnnnffpr,
On Wednesday last the Mi Hedge
ville Oil Mill and Fertilizer Company
put the wheels of the factory in ope
The state hoard of pharmacy will
meet in Atlanta on Oct. 15 in the
new capitol to examine applicants for
druggists’ and pharmacists’ license.
Several wagon loads of home made
hay were on the streets to-day. It
was equal to the best, aud we venture
the assertion that it was made at one
fourth the cost of no better hay shipp
ed. here from the east.
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The last issue of the Tallahassee
Floridian contains a call for a “New
Settler’s Picnic” in the grove on Dr.
Bradtord’s farm. The object is to
bring all new settlers together, so that
they may become acquainted, ex
change views in regasd to the country,
climate, soil, products, &c., and to
organize a New Settlers’ Society. The
suggestion is not a bad one.
Dr. Abner Calhoun’s preeminence
s a physician and a philanthropist,
as long been concceded, but his re-
ent address on th'e hitman throat,
eforc the Atlanta Medical College,
evelops the orator talent within"him:
Ltnong other things he said; “Music
rikes every note in the gamut of
uruan nature, from ecstatic joy to
be profouudest despair. It inspires,
iirngcs, elevates, saddens, cheers and
>othes the soul ns no other arts can.
t gives voice to love, expresion to
assion, lends glory to every art, and
erforms its loftiest homage as the
nndmaid of religion.”—Tribune of
Bishop H. M. Turner says in the
the New York Age, referring to the
colored people : “Oar condition as a
race, up to the present, was fur better
under Cleveland than it is under
Harrison. Harrison is giving as
much attention to the wails and dying
groans of the negro, south and west,
as lie is to the hark of a dog. Say
what you will about the impotcncy
of the Hayes administration and the
general weakness of the man, hut un
less President Harrison changes soon,
President Hayes will stand in history,
compared with Harrison, as a giant
compared with a lilliputian. Harri
son by odds is the weakest man that
ever sat in the presidential chair, and
will receive the curses of millions at
the rate lie is now hestiring himself.”
The Bishop is evidently trying to
arouse the President into some sort of
activity in behalf of the blacks.
Dr. Kendall, pastor of the Mulber
ry street Methodist church, at Macon,
met with a serious accident on Tues
day, which will confintf’ him to his
room for at least two weeks. While
he was trying to mount his horse in
front of his residence, the animal shied
and caused Dr. Kendall’s foot to slip
from the stirrup. As his foot slipped,
his body fell forward, causing his left
jaw to strike against the pommel of
the saddle, breaking it. The pain
was excruciating, but with great forti
tude Dr Kendall tied his horse and
returned to his residence, where he
directed that his physician, Dr. 1). K.
Moore be summoned. Fortunately
the physician was at home and was
soon at the patient’s side- By an
operation somewhat new in surgery,
Dr. Moore brought the injured parts
together without making an incision,
apd in doing so removed a portion of
the bone by what is known to anatom
ists as the “zygomotic process.” The
physician hopes to have him out in
two weeks, but it may be longer than
Shat before he will be able to preach
Honors to Sunset Cox.
A memorial meeting was held in
Cooper Union, New York, on the
evening of the 10th inst., ex-President
Grover Cleveland presided and upon
taking the chair delivered the follow
ing speech. It is typical of the hon
esty of the man and his appreciation
of the duties devolving upon and
which should ho scrupulously requir-
$r> oo ed of all pobliaaervaiits. Mr. Clove-
1 00 land’s speech:
It is peculiarly fit and proper that
among the tributes paid to the worth
and usefulness of Samuel S. Cox, the
most hearty and sincere should flow
from the hearts of his eongro; sional
constituents. These he served faith
fully and well, and they were hon
ored hv the honos of his life. It was
as their chosen servant tint’ he gather
ed fame and exhibited to the entire
country the strength and brightness
of true" American statesmanship. It
was while he still served them that lie
died. All his fellow citizens mourn
his death, and speak in praise of
character and his achievement
public life, but lii.s constituents may
well feel that the affliction of his
death is nearer to them than to others
by so much as they arc entitled to “
greater share of tne pride in all that
he wrought. I should not suit the
f art allotted to me on this occasion if
were to speak at length of the many
traits of character within my personal
knowledge that made your friend and
mine a wise and efficient legislator,
useful and patriotic citizen, and
kind and generous man. These things
constitute a theme upon which his
fellow countrymen love to dwell, and
they will be presented to you to-night
in more eloquent terms than I can
HONEST ANI) UNSELFISH
I shall not, however, forbear men
tioning that your representative in all
his public career and in his relations
to legislation was never actuated by
corrupt or unselfish interests. Ilis
zeal was horn of public spirit, and the
motive of his labor was the public
good. He was never found among
those who cloak their efforts, for per
sonal gain and advantage, beneath
the disguise of disinterested activity
for the welfare of the people. These
are pleasant things for his friends to
remember to night, and they are
without doubt things upon which r st
the greatest share of the honor aud
respect which his memory exacts
from his fellow citizens. But while
we thus contemplate the value of his
unselfish public usefulness, we cannot
restrain a reflection which has somber
doesn’t si-eak well.
What is the condition of times
when we may justly and fairly exalt
the memory of a deceased public
servant because he was true, and
honest, and faithful, to his trust!
Are we maintaining a safe standard
of public duty when the existence of
these virtues, instead of being general,
are exceptional enough to cause con
gratulation ? All public servants
should he as true, and honest, aud
faithful as the man whom we mourn
to night. I beg von to take home
with you among the reflections which
this occasion shall awaken, an appre
ciation of the truth that if we arc to
secure for ourselves all the blessings
of our free institutions we must hotter
apprehend the interest we have at
stake in their scrupulous maintenance,
and must exact of those whom we
trust in public office more rigid ad
herence to the demands of public
duty. I congratulate you and myself
upon the fact that we are to l-e ad
dressed to night by one whose elo
quence and ability, us well us his warm
friendship for Mr. Cox, eminently fits
him to be the orator of the occasion.
The wooden cross-ties must go, and
the liability to accidents by spreading
rails will be greatly decreased. They
are to he substituted for steel rails,
the manufacture of which has just
been commenced in Pittsburg. These
ties are of American pattern, and have
a fastening that is acknowledged by
railroad experts to he the most per
fect ever invented, mechanically con-
rerting the rails and ties into a solid
structure that cannot lie moved from
its bed. It is also claimed that the
actual saving in the use of these ties
is estimated at over SHOO per mile
per year, aud with the advantage ofa
much better track. The ties now
manufactured arc for the Chicago
and Western Indiana railroad, are to
be put down in Chicago, and .it is
expected will lead to a great demand.
It may lie reasonably predicted that
the cheapness and durability of the
steel tie will result in its being uni
versally adopted by railroads, and
that the question of a perfect track,
callable of the highest speed with ab
solute safety, will thereby he solved.
For each 8100 worth of property
in the state, Georgia is taxed 21 cents
for public schools, and Florida 57
cents. The average in the southern
states is 40 cents.
Miss Laura Jones
At her old stand, on Broad street, (which
has just been newly fitted up) ha3 just
opened out one of the
finest and most stylish
which she recently selected in person in
New York, and will have her usual
on Wednesday and Thursday next, the ltf'.li
and 17th inst.
Having nothing but new goods, of latest
styles, she is especially anxious to show
them ; and the ladies of Thoiunsville and
surrounding country are cordially invited
to call and inspect her stork.
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They Have Come
TO LOWER BROAD
The new goods. All in aud open.
Call and see them. I do not regard
it a trouble to show goods, even if
you don’t buy. I like particular
customers, for if once pleased they
are our best friend afterwards. My
goods are all new and reliable, em
brace the latest styles and quality.
Many novelties out this season which
I liavn’t space to mention.
I intend to sell my goods lower
than millinery lias ever been offered
in Thomasville. To thoughtful, care
ful buyers, and those who wish to
make a dollar go furthest, I offer
bargains which will he sure to please.
The season opens this week. I am
ready. Call and see me.
Mrs. eFcnnie Carroll,
Lower Broad Milliner.
You can buy at Pickett’s Cash Store:
2 Ih Tomatoes at 8c can
3 lb “ at ioc can
Early June Peas at 15c can
Sugar Corn at 10c can
Lima Beans at . 15c can
Succotash at 17c can
Salmon at iGjjccan
Sardines—imported at 15c can
2 lb cans Alligator Oysters i6jjc can
1 lb cans Alligator “ 08 jc can
1 lb cans Lunch Tongue 35c can
2 lb cans Corned Beet at 20c can
2 lb cans Eng. Lun. Meat 20c can
Small cans Potted Ham 73c doz
Cooper, Cox, or Nelson’s
Gelatine 15c pkg
tf M. I*. Pickett.
Chicago and the Big Show.
Chicaho, Oct. 10.—At a meeting
of the finance committee of the world’s
fair exposition committee to-day
reports were received showing that
80,000,000 has been actually sub
scribed, and about 83,000,000 more is
in sight. The subscriptions by the
wage workers who yesterday eclebra-
\ tod the anniversary of the big fire by
j contributing to the fund aggregate
NEW YORK ALSO ON THE MOVE.
New Yoke, Oct. 10.—A meeting
of the general committee of the
world’s fair to day, in the city ball,
was attended by about two thirds of
the members. The greatest enthu
siasm prevailed, and the various re
ports submitted were received with
applause; indicating the approval they
subsequently met with. A call for
subscriptions from the members,
suggested after the adoption of the
financial plan, met with a hearty
response and 8290,000 were pledged
in a few minutes by eleven contribu
tors. At this point, however, a mo
tion to suspend taking subscriptions
until the financing committee shall
have formulated its plan was carried.
Gone to Bring Hill.
Atlanta, Ga., Oct. 11.—A special
car left here today for Albany, N.
Y., with a party of prominent Atlan-
tians,consisting ot Charles A. Collier,
Dr. R. D. Spalding, Maj. John A.
Fitlcr, Col. R. F. Maddox, ex-Gov.
R. B. Bullock aud Fultou Colville,
who go to escort Gov. David B. Hill
to the Piedmont Exposition. The
party will speud Sunday in Albany,
returning to Atlanta Tuesday, when
Gov. Hill will speak at Piedmont
park He is to spend several days in
the city as the guest of the exposition
PIANOS AND ORGANS
W. S. Drown, the Jeweler, has se
cured the agency for all the flrdVcloss
Pianos and Organs, which he is Belling
ut the lowest prices for cash or on long
time. Those desiring to purchase will
do well to learn lus prices and terms.
Skins on Fire.
Aconizlug, itching, bnrninsr nnd bleed*
Tag Lrztnut in its noralalngcs. A row
•ore from bend to feet. Ifnir gone.
Doctors nnd hospital* foil, tried ev
erything. Cured bj the Cuticnra
Remedies for 86.
Cured by Cuticnra.
I am cured of a loathsome disease, eczema, in
its worst state. I tried different doctors and
been throtigh the hospital, but all to no pur-
ooso. The disease covered my whole body from
the top of my head to the soles of my :eet, My
hair all catne out, leaving me a complete raw
sore. Afr,or trying everything I heard of your
Cuticnra Remedies, and after using three bot
tles of Cuticura Resolvent, with Cutieura nnd
Cuticnra Soap, I tlnd myself cured at the cost
of about $(». I would not he without the Cuti
cura Remedies in my house, as 1 And them use
ful in many cases, and I think they are the only
skin and blood medicines.
ISAAC II. GERMAN, Wurtsboro, N. Y.
Hunting and Itching.
1 was sink In the fall of 18tw with a liuriilng
and itching so bad that in three weeks 1 was
covered with a rash, and could nor sleep nights
or work flays. Sumo doctors thought it might
he 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 could 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
entirely cured. I recommend them to
Most In-.ense Itching.
I hare used the Cuticura Remedies success
fully for iny baby, who was afflicted with ecze
ma, and had such intense" itching that lie got
no rest day or night. The itching is gone, and
my hal>y is cured, and is now a healthy, rosy-
MARY KELLERMAX, Beloit, Kan.
The new Blood Purifier and purest and hesf of
Humor Cures, internally, end 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 amt humors of tho skin,
scalp, and blood, with loss of hair, from pim
ples to scrofula.
Sold everywhere. Price, Cuticura, 50c.: Soap
25c.; Resolvent, .$1.00. Prepared by tho Potter
Drug and Chemical Corporation, Boston.
»»Send for “How to Cute Skin Disiascs,”
64 pages, 50 illustrations, and 100 testimonials,
I and oily skin preve
and pains, hack ache, weak kidneys,
sHUL rheumatism, and chest pains roliev-
eil in otic uiiuute by tne Cuticii"
nHWv rn Anti-Pain Plaster. 25 cents.
The firm of West k Fearn is this day [dis
solved by mutual ronstut, Mr. K- I*, Fearn
retiring. John T. West will continue the
business, nnd assumes nil liabilities and re
tains the assets of the late firm.
JOHN T. WEST,
E. I». FKAKN.
Thomasville, Ga., Sept. 17th, 188b.
In retiring from the late firm of West k
Fearn (ns 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 nnd successor, Mr. John T.
West, • who is enlarging his facilities, and
will lie better prepared than bef ire to serve
the public with anything in his line.
E. I>. FEARN.
Thomasville, Sept. 17, 1880’ 1-mo
Of residences nnd family groups tuken nt
residences, Tin Types and Photographs en
larged to any size. GOTTWALS,
octotf Over Reid k Culpepper s.
There is an cud to all tilings, so Lite
people say, but there Is no end to tho
splendid fitting clothing made at 81
Broad street. Cleaning nnd repairing
done in the neatest manner. Give mo
a call John Kenny,
American Rambler Bicycle, latest patent,
for sole cheap. Impure at Gas \\ orks,
TIIOM ASVI LLE
TUESDAY, OCTOBER 15th.
1 MOST PERFECT WE,
EXCELLENT SCENIC EFFECT.
THE ENEMY’S RECORD:
420 SIGHTS IN NEW YORK;
PRICES AS USUAL.
SALE OF SEATS OPENS Oct. loth
A Hound JLrgnl Opinion.
K. Bainbridgc Munday Esq., County., Atty.,
Clay Co., Tex. says : “Have used Electric
Bitters with most lmppy results. My brother
also was very low with Malarial Fever and
Jaundice, hut was cured by timely use of
this medicine. Am satisfied Electric Bitters
saved my life.”
Mr. D. I. Wilcixson, of Horse Cave, Ky.,
adds a like testimony, saying: He posttvely
believes he would have died, lmd it not been
for Electric Bitters.
This great remedy will ward off', os well
os cure all Malarial Diseases, and for all Kid
ney, Liver and Stomach Disorders stands un
equaled. Price 50c. and one dollar at 8. J.
Cossets’ Drug Store.
Headquarters for Drugs!
BEID & CULPEPPER'S •
120-122 Broad St., - Thomasville, Ga
:School and Blank Books, Stationery,:
Of every style. Pianos and Organs, Sheet Music, Etc.
<1 BEAR IN MIND >
-THAT THEY HAVE THE-
Handsomest and Best kept Drug Store
Where you can find fresh nnd pure drugs and get prescriptions compounded at nil honrs
day or night, by*competent Pharmacists. They use only Squihb's preparations in tho
prescription department and guarantee goods nnd prices. ?
REID «& ClILPEPPER, ISO-128 HSroacl Ht
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 ol Dress Goods and Trimmings..
L. STBYERMAM & BROTHER,
LEADERS OF FASHION.
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, - 4.50
Drawing, per month, ..... 3.00
Painting, “ i‘ - 4.00
Board in College per month, - - - 15.00
Tuition payable one-half in advance, balance at expiration
of first quarter. JNO. E. BAKER,
Mercury is frequently injudiciously used
by quack doctors in cases of malaria anti
blood poison. Its after effect is worse than
the original disease. B, B. B. (Botanic
Blood Balm) contains no mercury, hut will
eliminate mercurial poison from the system.
Write to Blood Balm Co., Atlanta, (la., for
hook of convincing proof of its curative
A. F. Britton, Jackson, Tcnn., writes: “I
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 ami knots on my tongue- I got two
bottles of B. B. B., which healed my tongue
nnd mouth and 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 faiicd.
She had pain in her joints and hones. Her
kidneys were deranged also, nnd no one
thought she could he cured. Dr. Gillnm
rccimmcndcd 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 hack, aching joints,
debility, emaciation, loss of hair, sore throat,
and great nervousness. B. B. B. put my
system in fine condition.”
You cannot afford to waste time in ex
perimenting when your lungs are in dan
ger. Consumption always seems, at first,
only a cold. Do not permit any dealer to
impose upon you with some cheap imitation
of Dr. King’s New Discovery for Consump
tion, Coughs and Colds, hut he sure you get
the genuine. Because he can make more
profit he may tell you he has something
just ns good, or just the same. Don’t be
deceived, but insist upon getting Dr. King’s
New Discovery, which is guaranteed to give
relief in all Throat, Lung and Chest affec
tions. Trial bottle free nt Cassels’ ‘Drug
Store. Large bottles $1.
-Darpets and Mattresses.-
Can be sold to Good Advantage,
Auction and Commission Home.
Biggest and Best Stock
IX SOUTH GEORGIA.
Diiave five hundred thousand feet of
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
Jos. L. Beverly,
(Successor to Fife & Beverly.)
MEIGS - - CxA.,
Real Estate Agent,
Office over Reid i Culpepper's Drq Store, Broad St.
I am now prepared to buy or sell, for other
parties, all kinds of town or country real
estate, nnd have on my list a good assort
ment of both kinds. Strict and close atten
tion to the business will he my aim, and I
respectfully solicit a share of the business of
the community. aug:»8tf
Klacklen’ii Arnica Halve.
The Best Salvo 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
anteed to give perfect satisfaction, or money
refunded. Price 25 cents per box. For sale
by S, J. Cassels, Drug Store.
Photograph Gallery, over Reid Si Culpep
per's. I am now prepared to make fine Pho
tos., and all arc invited to call and examine
my work. ocOtf