THE DAILY TIMES-ENTERPRISE.
JOHN TRIPLETT, - - - Editor.
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1(189.
They are Coming Over.
Thera is one significant fact hearing
i.... on the relative strength and prospects
S. B. BURR, • Business Manager. ^ tw0 g reat political parties in this
^ ’ ■■■country. It is that while hardly a dis
tinguished or representative man has
left the democratic party in recent
years, many such have withdrawn from
the republican party.
James Russell Lowell, George Wil-
$ 5 00 liam Curtis, Carl Schurz, John M.
1 00 Palmer, President Elliot, of Harvard,
Thomas Wentworth Higginson, and a
Daily Tiiies-T.ntriu'kise it publish'd
every morning (Monday exempted.)
The Webklt TiMns-ExTKiiriusE is published
every Saturday morning.
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first insertion, nnd ;>0 cel ts for ra h subse-
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Subject td change by special arranf uner.t.
n. B. BH1K, Bnslnesi Slalinsrr,
Atlanta gave Gov. Hill, of New
York, a rousing reception. Of course
The legislature, now that the Olive
bill has been disposed of, should get
down to work and wind up the circus.
The bill to tax railroads in the coun
ties is now a law. The verdict is that
all property, whether of individuals or
corporations, should stand on the same
South Dakota, one of the new states,
waltzes into the union with a famine in
a portion of the newly fledged state.
South Dakota appears to be an invalid
sister from the start.
The Southern Cadets of Macon got
away with that §2,000, interstate prize,
at Atlanta. The Cadets are hard ones
to down. They have an unbroken
record of successive victories
A- Nevada man, who died recently
left in his will to his divorced wife, the
sum of one penny, ‘ as a token of es
teem greatly in excess of what she
It has been the custom for many
years tor manufacturers in Connecticui
to march their employes to the polls
and hand them the tickets they were
expected to vote. The adoption of
the Australian ballot system inter
fered with this game by leaving every
man free to select his own candidates.
tice, were reporters on papers in Au- - -
gusta, Me—N. O. Picayune.] Wha' beaten by a large popular majority,
a coming down is that! Let all news- g ut jpj e i r losses cannot be repaired ,n
paper men take heed, but boast not. . . „r „„
Now and then one of the-craft
falls so low as to get into congress,— voters
sad, very sad.
Mr. Blaine’s plan—and he has some
hair-brained schemes—is to arrange
a protectorate by the United States
over the South American States. We
want nothing of (he kind. We have
no business to arrange for anything of
that character. Let each republic
manage its own affairs. It the South
American States desire to confederate
and make one nation with specified
powers, they can do so, and greatly
increase their strength in the way of
defense. But the United States should
not meddle with or become entangled
in anything of the sort. Our country
should provide for intimate relations
and freer intercourse in commerce and
exchange. That is simple and fair,
and that is about all of it.
large number of others who used to be
among the foremost men in the repub
lican party are to be found to-day in
opposition to it. They are all in a
greater or less degree in sympathy
with the democratic party, and they
all give it their hearty support in its
position on the pivotal question of the
time, the rslorm of the tariff.
The official corruption of the repub
lican party caused thousands of us
best men to desert in 1872. The next
great defection from that party was
caused by President Cleveland’s bold
and manly stand on tariff reform.
Most of the distinguished men we have
named left the .republican party be
cause it clings to the policy of over
taxation, and insists on the bestowal
of government favors upon a privi
leged class. They are co-operating
with the democtatic party because it
favors justice and equality to all—be
cause it stands on the principles set
forth in President Cleveland's memo
rable address and the St. Louis plat
form of 1888. The loss of men of this
kind is irreparable to the republican
party. They represent a large part of
what was once its capital of brain,
honesty and personal influence. With
them have come to the democratic
ranks thousands of men, less distin
guished, it inay be, but thinking, ear
nest, honest men, who could no longer
;upport the party of extravagance and
high protection. Some ol them had
to conquer prejudice of long standing
before they could consent to sustain
the democratic party in any position,
but their sense of right and justice
proved strong enough for the emer
The policy of the republican party
lor the last two campaigns has been
to counteract the effect of such losses
as far as possible by the liberal pur-
The result was a decided democratic aa laj aa ...» —
gain, especially in the manufacturing chase of mercenary votes. In the fast
EIY 1. L i v /-* mnmiTprC C11 T'r Hf'fipH 1 LI
campaign its managers succeeded in
massing their “blocks ot five” pur-
In 1855 James G. Blame and Mel d voters so as to secure a major-
ville W. Fuller, the present chief jus ^ la; > cu
*- ity of electoral votes, though they were
paper men take heed, but boast not. hjg The adoption of such
lest they also fall.-T.-U.. Jackson- drive s offa large
methods disgusts and drives off a large
element of their more respectable
The republican party,is weak
er in every pivotal state to-day than it
— was when Harrison was elected. It is
Jingo Jim Should Keop His Hands | ar wea ker in all the respectable ele
e a 1 I- ,«• an (r\.it- vain
ments of power than it was four years
ago. And the democratic party is
growing stronger in proportion as it
gives the country evidence that it is
true to the profession it made in St.
Louis, when it declared that it meant
to champion the cause ot tariff reform,
of honest and economical taxation.
According to all the signs ol the times,
the republican party is the parly ol the
past and the democratic party is the
party of the future.—Telegraph.
A Big Combine.
A special from Birmingham, to the
Savannah News, says that Mr. Plant
and Mr. John Inman have consumma
ted the largest railroad and steamship
deal ever made in the south. Their
object is to make Tampa a great port.
They will build an independent air
line from Tampa northward and west
ward, the latter reaching Mobile and
New Orleans. The special thus con
The result of the deal will be to bring
all of the northwestern height, as well
as that from the souih and west, to a
southern port for shipment. It will be
of great benefit to the south in many
ways The deal is now being made
and will be carried out a: once.
This is a day of big combinations.
Plant and Inman are backed by count
less millions, and they can do much to
ward the development of the south.
And we believe they will. Let north
ern capital come, come in continuous
LATEST TELEGRAPHIC NEWS.
TYSON TERRORIZES TY TY.
A Railroad Wreck in Nebraska—Mayor
Gram Fights Overheed Wires .in New
York—A Big Oil Flow in Pittsburg-
New York Wakes Up on the Subject of
The Great Exposition.
Omaha, Ner., Oct. 18.—A terrible
accident occurred on the Burlington &
Missouri railroad, a few miles from
Omaha, at 6:45 oclock last evening.
About 50 passengers were injured.
New York, Oct. 16—Mayor Grant
said to-day that he should continue to
use every possible means to
prevent the electric light companies
from operating their plants until such
time as the wires should be absolutely
New York, Oct 16.—The finance
committee ot the world’s fair resolved
to-day lo take the necessary steps to
obtain subscriptions to guarantee a
a fund ot $5,000,000, and a sub com
mittee was appointed to prepare the
necessary subscription books for that
PrrrsnuRO, Oct. 16.—An oil well,
owned by the Arbuckle family, was
struck last night at Chartress, just out
side of the city limits. It is flowing at
the rate of 1,000 barrels a day, and is
the largest well ever struck so close to
the city. It will open up a large
amount of new territory.
Ty Tv, Ga. . Oct 16.—The marshal
was shot at twice by Dr. W. W. Tyson
to-day. Dr. Tyson was using prolane
language on the streets, and the mar
shal tried to arrest him, with the above
result. Tyson is now on the streets
with a Winchester rifle and defying
the whole town, and so tar has backed
Nasiivii.i.f., Tenn., Oct. 16.—The
colored Democratic State committee
held a meeting here yesterday. The
following resolutions were adopted:
Whereas, The Republican leaders
of the North are misrepresenting the
two races of the South, by making in
cendiary speeches, wholly uncalled
for, and which do more to widen the
breach between the races, than any
thing else, therefore be it
Resolved, That this committee state
to the colored peonle of this country,
that the thing that will do the negroes
of the South and the North more
good than anything else, is a division
of the negro vote. .
Be it further resolved, That edu
cated and business negroes here are
doing better, two to one, than those
of the North, and that the wealth of
the Southern negroes is due to the
cliauce given to them by the whites.
Be it further resolved, That the
best thing the Southern negro can do,
to cease his war policy upon his
G. A. Wight & Son’s new brick
store is nearing completion, and when
finished will be one of the most com
modious structures of its kind in the
Cairo boasts ot the best school fa
cilities of any town of its size in the
state. Not being satisfied with one
high school, ground was broken yes
terday for founding another, to oe
knowd as the Cairo Grammar School.
It will be in charge of Prof. James C.
Dyson, one of the best educators in
southwest Georgia, and we might say
in the state.
Rev. N. B. Ousley, of Thomasville,
was circulating among his friends here
Cairo’s cotton receipts number over
three thousand bales to date, and still
The entertainment given to the
young folks at Mr. George Merritt’s
residence, 4 miles in the country, last
evening, was a most enjoyable affair,
several couples of our little burg at
tended and report a delightful time.
Cairo, Oct. 17th, ’89.
An exchange says the newspaper
field is a wide one. Yes, that is why
so many of ’em get lost in it.—Tribune
The business of the country is grow
ing, and the farmers are getting on a
firmer basis every day.
.The republicans stole Florida in ’76,
and now they are trying to steal Mon
tana. Stop thief!
The sands of 1889 are fast slipping
GRAND JURY PRESENTMENTS
the Court and its officers, for various
courtesies to our body,.
John M. Livingston,
W. W. Robinson.
On request of grand jury it is order
ed that the«e general preseniments be
published in the Thomasville Timf.s-
Aug. H. Hansell,
Judge S. C., 3. C.
I, E. H. Bryan, clerk of the Superior
court, in and for Colquitt county, do
certify that the above and foregoing is
a true copy of the presentments ot the
grand jury for the fall term of the said
court, as appears on minutes of Oct.
Witness my hand and official signa
ture, this Oct. 14U1, 1889.
E. H. Bryan,
Clerk S. C., C.C.
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Of Colquitt County Superior Court, Oot,
The Grand Jury lor the fall termi
1889, of said county beg leave to sub
mit the follow general presentments:
We find the roads of the county in
good condition except that portion of
the Newton road, in the flats of Bridge
creek. We notify the road commis
sioners ot the district that unless it is
put in good order by the next term of
the court, that they will be prosecuted
for neglect of duty.
We find that the Whitehurst bridge
is in bad condition, and the road on
this side of the river.
We recommend the appointment of
the following notaries public and ex-
oflicio justices of the peace: J. T.
Dunlap for the 1445th district (new
district); Daniel Latt for the 1374th
district to fill the vacancy caused by
the refusal of Jordan Baker to take up
his commission, J. J. Giles for the
1151st district, to fill the vacancy
caused by the expiration ot J. J. Nor
We have elected S. G. Gregory, H.
T. Reep and W. W. Robinson to fill
the vacancies on the school board.
We recommend the building ot a
jail by our county commissioners, a
we think one is absolutely necessary.
We acknowledge our gratitude to
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blood poison. Its after ellect is worse than
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A. F. Britton, Jackson, Tcnn., writes: "I
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Wm. Richmond, Atlanta, Ga., writes
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She had pain in her joints and hones. Her
kidneys were deranged also, and no one
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Thet will open on or before Oct. 18th, with a
full line of Clothing* Hats, Gent** **?'*%»*
run line ox vivunux, . . °
Goods, etc., at advertising prices, on Jackson
street, near Broad. Look out for tho big New
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Thomasville, Ga., Oct, 15, 80. isoctlw
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Passengers, before purchasing tickets via
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of the merits of the Route via Savannah.
Further information may be had by apply
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M. S.BELKNAP, W. F, SHELLMAN,
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E. T. CHARLTON, CLYDE BOSTICK,
Gen. Pass. Agent. Trav. Pass, Agt.,
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Real Estate Agent,
1 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. nug?8tf
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at a sacrifice at
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In Effect Feu. 2G, 1889. via The
Suwanee River Route to Florida.
Standard Time same as Macon city time.
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C 30 p 1127 a'Lv Callahan Ar
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“ Sofkee 4 19 pm
" Avondale ...4 30 p
" Wellston 4 4 4 pm
“ Bonaire 4 58 pm
“ Kathleen 5 07 pm
“ Tivola 5 18 pm
“ Grovanta 5 39 ptn
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Findlay 6 28 pm
" Vienna 6 40 pm
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" Wenona 7 33 pm
“ Arabi 7 47 pm
“ Dakota 8 01 pm
" Ashburn 8 17 pm
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" Inaha 8 36 pm
“ Chula 8 52 pm
“ Tifton 9 10 pm
“ Eldorado 9 40 pm
“ La- onto 10 00 pm
“ Sparks 10 12 pm
“ Adel 10 20 pm
“ Oxmoor 10 40 pm
“ Hahira 10 55 pm
“ Mineola 11 13 pm
Ar Valdosta....1135 pn.
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“ Adol S 49 am
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* Laconto 7 09 am
' Eldorado 7 29 am
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Kathleen ...11 42 am
1 Bonaire 11 61 am
' Wellston....l2 05 pm
Avondale ...12 18 pm
Sofkee 12 28 pm
Ar Macon 12 45 pm
Passenger trains a; rive and depart from
Union Passenger depot at Macon dally. •
Freight received and delivered at Central
Local freight trains loave Macon dally at
6:00 a. m.,and arrivetlally at 8:80 p. m.
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11:45 p. m. Mall nnd Express for all points
South, Gainesville, Ocala, Leesburg, Taveres,
Apopka, Orlando, Panasoffkeo (St. Catkarlne)
Dade City, plant City. Arrives at 1:50 p. m,
7 ;00 p. m. Local, connects through for all
points South, Ocala, Gainesville, Leesbirg,
Tavares, Orlando, Tarp-n Springs, Souther
land, St. Petersburg, and Tampa. Arrives at
11:45 a. ra. Cumberland Route Express, con
nects at Fernandlna with steamer City of
Brunswick, dally, for Brunswick, Macon, At
lanta, Chattanooga, Louisville, Cincinnati
St. Louis and Chicago. Arrives 1:50 p. m.
4 -.30 p. m. Fernandlna Mall and Expresi,
dallv, connecting Tuesday and Friday with
Btr. St. Nicholas for 8avannah and way land
ings. Thursday with Mallory Steamers for
New York. Arrives 8:50 a. m. Sunday train
leaves Jacksonville 8:45 a. m.
This new sorvlce gives perfect connections
at Baldwin for all points North and West, Yl*
Callahan to all points North, East and West.
Yia Fornandina, connecting with Str. City o\
Brunswick, for Brunswick, Macon, Atlanta
and all points North nnd West.
Daily Special to connect at Fernandlna for
Boat with Brunswick, Ga.
Leave Jacksonville 9 05 a in; Lve Fernandlna
1 00 if ra. '
Arrive Fernaudlna 10 25 a m; Arr Jackson
ville 12 25 p in.
D. E. MAXWELL, A. O MACDONELL,
Gon. Manager, G. P. At T. A.
N. S. PENNINGTON,
J. W REID. Agent at Thomasville. Ga.
Biggest and Best Stock
IN MOUTH GEORG T A.
I have 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.)
MEIGrS - - GA.,