E DAILY TIMES-ENTEBPBISE.
JOHN TRIPLETT, - • - Editor.
S. B. BURR, - Business Manager.
THURSDAY, NOVEMBER at, 1889.
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m. B. BI71IB, Btulneu Malinger.
Coffee is banging in the balance,
waiting to see if Brazils’ ports are to
The Brazilian Delegates to the pan
American congress have withdrawn,
in consequence of the revolution in
Now and then a ripple appears on
the political suriace of Georgia. Some
are going on the principle that the ear
ly bird catches the worm.
Will not some one inform an anx
ious public how many ducks Harrison
killed during his late outing? We do
not ask for the numbers of “dead
ducks’ in Iowa and Ohio, they are
numberless. And Foraker is the
deadest dead duck of the whole flock.
Half and Half.
The New York Herald draws a
dramatic picture presented by this
revolution, and one to be pondered
thoughtfully, With Brazil a repub
lic, the whole Western Hemisphere
south of the St. Lawrence is republi
can. The world will then be equally
divided, one hemisphere illustrating
the advantages of monarchy and the
other - those of popular sovereignty
The globe will be split in halves, and
it seems odd that fate or Providence
should have arranged affairs in that
way—hero the people, and thrones
there. A rivalry between political
ideas will spring up, the result of
which no prophet can forecast ;,a con
test so dramatic in its interest that
one longs to live for fire or six cen
turies in order to see who will be
crowned victor and who will fall de
It is said that Blaine has his eye on
Cuba. And he had his eye on the
presidency, not long since. But he
didn’t get it, and he will hardly get
Cuba. ‘ Cuba is hardly ripe yet. The
.fruit will be picked one of these days
by a democratic premier.
Atlanta has introduced a new fea
ture or game at her festivals. It is
called the ‘-lemon squeeze.” This is
in contradistinction to the rural cus
tom: there they squeeze the girls. A
man who would squeeze sour lemons,
when he could squeeze a pretty girl,
ought never to have anything better
ML.past-.to squeeze. _A way
bur lemon squeeze.'
i 'i v >• —rtrn '.i .
.Says the Macon News, of Bishop
Reckwith: The BiAop always rides
in the smoking car when he travels,
and regales himselt with a quite
smoke. The Bishop is plebian enough
in Ms tastes and habits, and this
one of the many reasons why the
most eloquent divine in the South is
Columbus’ contribution to the fund
for the care of the Confederate graves
on Johnson’s Island amounts to only
$31. Macon has contributed only
$35. • We have heard nothing from
Savannah, Augusta or Albany. Must
it be confessed that Gergians are in
different in this matter? We hope
‘ •' Thomasville should do something
toward this most commendable object.
Some of her own sons rest in that far
off city of Confederate dead. Will not
some one move in the matter ?
Oliver Dyer, in his book of “Great
Senators,’’ in speaking of Hon. Jef
ferson Davis, says, “A number Ol
persons still living must remember
Mr. Davis as secretary of war, and as
senator, both before and after his ser
vices in ihe war department; but of
these there are probably few who ever
think ofhim as tlic projector and prime
mover of the great surveys by which
our knbwiedge of the country beyond
the Mississippi was enlarged and de
fined,- as well as of those perhaps more
important surveys by which the prac
ticability of a railway route to the Pja-
cific, nay, of five routes, was demon
Some of the northern newspaper! bate
ex-Frcsidcnt Jefferson Davis so much that
they could not forbear saying mean thinjg*
against him the other day when it was
rumored that he was about to die. Ae
Chicago Tilbunc, for instance, headed
follows it* dispatch giving the rumor:
Jeff Davis «V the-La*^ Ditcht Reported
Critical Illness of the Atcb' Rebel.” If die
Tribune were wise, it would know that
this sort of thing reflected discreditably
od,yet the Tribune contains
of matter, trying to show
“rebels" that they should support
1 for the World’s Fair. Such
the above will help
, Mitchell’s Veterans.
It was a source of pleasure to
people to meet so many of the veter
ans and good citizens of Mitchell
county at the late reunion. Thomas
county is very much in love with her
sister county and its progressive peo
ple. The old vets met at Camilla last
week, and adopted the following reso
Resolved. That the thanks of this Asso
ciation are hereby tendered to the Confeder
ate Veterans of Thomas county and their
patriotic friends and neighbors, for an invi
tation to attend the Stock Breeders’ Show
and Confederate Barbecue on the 15th ins’,
in such kindness we recognize the gratitude
of our countrymen, -which is all we can get
and all wo ask for.
Resolved. That our secretary bo instruct
ed to scud a copy of the ub >ve resolution to
the gallant editor of the Thomasville Times,
and request also its publication in our own
home organ, the Camilla Clarion.
F. T. Cplli.vs, Prcsdent.
J, W. Pearce, Secretary.
Timber for the World.
According to recent official reports, the
lorest wealth of Canada is not ns great as
has been supposed. The general opinion
has been that tho Dominion forests were
practically inexhaustible, but this opinion,
it seems, is erroneous.
In tine, the forests of the United States—
which is to say the forests of the south-
are larger than those of Canada, and the
supply of commercial woods very pinch
greater. The pine growth of the south,
which is practically untouched, is so much
larger, and so much more valuable than
that of Canada, that it may be regarded cs
the world’s source of supply.
Moreover, the replacement of the forests
in this countryj Sspe'cially in the temperate
south, is much more rapid than in Canada,
and all varieties of commercial timber have
a larger growth, owing to the difference in
climatic cbnditions, and the product of
lumber ii nearly double per tree,
Tho Boston Herald says that tho black
walnut and oak of Canada has been entirely
exhausted, nnd that country is now depend
ent on the United States for its supplies of
The Forestry congress is doing good work
in protesting against tho unnecessary dc-
struction of trees and woods, but the south
is a greet section, and before many years
the whole world will look hitherward for
its lumber aad hard woods.—Consf-Uqli 00 -
And yet the South Georgia, posess
ing as she does, the finest belt of yel
low pine timber in existence, goes
ahead, cutting, wasting, burning and
destroying that which, in a few years,
will be more valuablo than the most
sanguine calculates. Take earo of
the yellow pines—or if cut, see that
they are re-produced.
The New Trustees of the Lunatic
Atlanta, Ga., Nov. 18.—Under
the recent- act reorganizing tho board
of trustees of the luuatio asylum,
providing for a new board of trustees,
the governor to-day appointed the
following board: T. 8. Hopkins of
Thomas county, R. F. Watts of Stew
art county, Walter T. McArthur of
Montgomery county. R. B. Nishet
of Putnam county, Eugene Foiter of
Richmond county, J. H- Hall of Bald
win county, John A. Cobb of 8uibter
county, J. W. Wilcox of Bibb coun
ty, J. H. Nichols of White county,
G. A. Cabaniss of Fulton county.
The compensation of thfl members of
the new board is $160 per apnum
and transportation expenses. The
salary heretofore has been 8300.
Dixie’s Sick Ex President.
New Orleans, La., Nov. 19.
Last night Jefferson Davis suffered
considerably from fever, but toward
morning his condition became nor-
mat This is the first time since his
removal to ibis city that the patient
hss been absolutely free from fever,
He is, however, extremoly weak.
New York, Nov. 18.—There »»l
great excitement and a big attenBsnce
at the coffee exchange this morning
due to the interest felt in the Brazilian
situation. Coffee advanced from 15
to 55 points over Saturday’s closing,
On the first call 80,750 bags were
The excursion Friday was a biff
success. We were there by a large
majority, bad a big time and plenty
R. G. Jackson and family went out
in the country Sunday to attend the
marriage of their sister.
The congregation of the Methodist
church were treated to a fine sermon
from their pastor, J. W. Foy, Sunday.
We regret it was his last sermon for
the year. He has won the love and
esteem of all—and we hope he will
remain with us the coming year.
Why don’t you insure your life
now—today? Take out a policy
before you are injured. Mack Bul
lock is agent. - -
Miss Minnie Pittman, of Thomas-
villo, is visiting relatives and friends
in our town.
Miss Lucie Sills, of Florida, who
has been visiting her sister, Mrs.
White, left for home Monday, accom-
our panied by Mrs. John Sills.
Mr. R. C. West was quite sick last
A deep gloom was oast over our
community Friday evening, at the
sad intelligence of the death of Rev.
W. H. Haggard. He was pastor of,
the Baptist church at this place, and
iu his death we sustain a great loss.
He was loved, honored and respected
by all who knew him. While ‘we 1
miss his manly form and cheerful
countenance, and deeply regret the
great los3 we have sustained, we
humbly submit to the will of au all
wise Providence that doeth all things
well. To his family and many friends
we commend the way of life this
noble christain gentleman had chosen
for himself in early life, and which he
was so faithfully and heroically fol
lowing when death’s cruel summons
called him hence. We extend to
the bereaved wife and loved ones,
our heart-felt sympathy, and pray
that sufficient strength and grace be
given them in this, their great trial.
Biney Woods -Hotel.
Thomasville, - G-a.
M. A. BOWER, Proprietor. W. E. DAVIES, Manager.
OPENS DECEMBER 4, 1889.
Hardly anything receives less thanks and
more abuse than a hat. It is never thanked
for the protection it renders against wind,
cold and beat. It is thrown down, jerked
up, nnd violently handled here, there and
everywhere. Its crown crushed, its rim
torn in constant and patient servitude.
The hat, like Sails to a ship or like wings
to a bird, permits women to perform her
duties and achieve her objects. Let the
ship thank its sails, the bird its wings and
a woman her hat.
The beet hats—-the most stylish and rich
ly trimmed—are always to h? bad at bower
Honest, upright dealing is my motto. The
moat work and best goods for the least price
my rule. My object is to satisfy tho custo
mer. I therefore cordially invite inquiries
regarding goods, styles and prices. Am al
ways happy to give full information.
To the ladies of Boston, Ochlockonee, Cai
ro, Metcalfe and the country: When you
visit Thomasville make my store your head
quarters. You can rest and refresh your
selves here, if you like. No charge, and no
Tho trade of all earnestly solicited-
Mrs. Jennie Carroll,
Lower Broad Milliner.
An Awful SoreLimb
Bbln cnllrelr gone. Flesh a Mnu .1 di*
ease. Logdimlni.hcdone third la.Ue.
Condition haUelew- flared hr the Ca-
■learn Itemedie. Jn two mojMhj,
Cured by Cuticura
For three yean I was almost crippled with an
awful sore leg from my knee down to my ankle,
tho skin was entirely gone, and the flesh was one
mass of disease. Some pimlc|ani prononneed
It Incurable. It had dlmfnlshcdohputsnothird
the size of the other, and I was In a nopetesis
condition. After trying all kinds of remedies
and spending hundreds of doUara, from which
I got no relief whatever. I was persuaded to try
C ur Cuticura Remedies, and the result was. as
flows; After three .lays I noticed a decided
change forth, better,and at tho end of two
months I was completely cured. My flesh was
purified, end the hone (which had Keg exposed
for a year) got sound. The fleah begon to K»oW,
and to-day, and for nearly t*o years post, my
leg is as welt as ever it was, sound tn every re.
speet, and not a sign of the disease to be seen.
B. O. AHERN, Dubois, Dodge Co., Ga.
Skin Disease 17 Years.
I have been troubled with skin and scalp dIs
aac for seven teep yew*. My head at time, was
ine running sore, aha'my body was covered
one running son, , ,
with them as large ns a half dollar. I .
great many remedies without effect until
tho Cuticura Remedies, and am thank
State that after two months of their use
entirely cured. I feel it my duty to you and tho
puKlc to state the above cue.
h n-VpPQWIfftk Jameaburg, N. J.
Another Marvelous Oprg,
Tho Cuticura, Cuticura Resolvent, and CuU-
cura Soap have brought about a marvelous cure
in the case of a akin disease on my
eight years old.
die* and also the
fcjjllng, except tho wonderful Cuticura Remc-
ED N. BROWN, 73) N. 10th Bt., Omaha, Neb.
—* «— an exqulB-
r of hair, from pimples
raSSSSSrol l» ene>slaata by
the Uniicnm Anti-Palm JPInster.
and only lnstantanem* pain-killing
PROF. E. D. BALDWIN
Announces that be will be glad to repair and
keep in tune, Pianos and ather musical in
struments and give instruction in music in
its various branches. Orders left at Geo.
Fearn’s real estate office, or throngh the poat
office, given prompt attention.' Tact tt
G.H. Wyant, the Upholsterer, wants to
lay Carpets, Wool at 75 cts., Brussels at $1;
wants to re-npholster yonr parlor furniture;
wants to make over your mattresses. Call
at Ainsworth’s Grocery. 26oct 3m
OLD HOFFMAN HOUSE RYE,
Pure and Unadulterated,
For Sale By
a im A. F. PREVATT.
Cash groceries bound to win. Watch
the figures at Pickett’s.
The Drummer’s Home.
Will open for the reception of guests
New and Modern Throughout. Ele
gant Rooms, Single and
S. T. PHILPOT & CO.,
OWflJ NIGHT only,
THURSDAY. NOV, SI,
Bbe brings yon laughter enough (or a sea
son, and will afford yoa pleasant *
recollections for years.
Ihe l»er Welcome Sprightly little Ccmefienne.
A comedy brim fnU and babbling over with
MUSIC, MELODY ANfl MIRTH
Notice of Dissolution.
The firm ofG. E. Olewis h Bra*!* this
day dissolved by mutual consent. G. E.
Olewis will continue the business and assume
jlj jh^ilitlcs and retain the assets of the
noviS-SOd. Jopx CLBffip,
Ham! Good, sweet ham,at way down
prices, at Pickett’s. See him.
75*writs do?, tor ?we?j corn in a lb
cans at Pickettfe,
The Jim* for paying yonr city taxes is at
bnpd. Please gajl at jay offieo .ft tho cotton
far* bop** bb4 I*W b«v« execution ip
issued. Office hours 0 a. m. to 8 p. m.
Jal P. Evans,
This remedy is becoming so well known
and so popular ns to need no special mention,
ill who have used Electric Bitters sing the
same song- of praise. A purer medicine
does not exist and it is guaranteed to do all
that is tlaimed. Electric Bitters will care
all diseases of ths Liver and Kidneys, will
remove Pimples, Boils, Salt Rheum and
other affections caused by impure blood.—
Will drive malaria . from the system and
prevent as well as care all Ualanal fevers.—
For cure of Headache, Constipation and In
digestion try Electric Bitters—Entire satis
faction guaranteed, or money refunded.—
Price SOcts. and $1.00 per bottle at S. J.
Cassels, Dreg Store.
SCRAPS OF SONG,
and Southern Scenes, by W. M. Folsom, for
sale by O. W. Robinson in Thomasville and
vicinity, will be supplied on application
personally, or at Reid & Culpepper’s book
BOARD IN THE COUNTRY.
A few persons desiring the quietude of the
country and the aroma of the pines, can be
accommodated at Jersey. Farm. Gentlemen,
not sick enough to require special attention,
AU parties to whom I engaged the early
oat for seed, are notified that I am ready to
deliver the same. The yield having proven
better than I expected, I can also furnish a
few ether parties. Apply as soon ns possi
ble, if yon would be supplied. It is the best
early oat that I ever planted, and yielded
more than the old reliable rest proof oat last
season. J. T. CHASTAIN.
Contagl.a. Blood Disease*.
" Ulcers, sores, pimples, itch, salt rhenm,
etc., are evidences of contagions blood dis
ease. It is manifestly a duty to eradicate
blood poison from the system by a use of B.
B. B. (Botanic Blood Balm), thus enabling
the sore places to heal,and thereby removing
nil possibility of other members of the family
becoming likewise afflicted. Send to Blood
Balm Co., Atlanta, Ga., for a book that will
J. ft Outlaw, Mt. Olive, N. 0., writes:
bad running sere* on my shoulders and
arms. One bottle B. B. B, cared me entire
L. Johnson, Belmont Station,Miss-,writes.
-'B. B. B. has worked on me like a charm.
My head and body was covered with sores,
and my hair came out, bnt B, B. B, healed
m? entirely," •
W. J. Kinnin, Hutchons, Tex., writes; “B.
B. B. has cared my wife of a large ulcer on
her leg that doctors and all other medicine
conld not care.”
U. J. Rossman, a prominent merchant of
Greensboro, Ga, writes: “I know of several
coses of blood disease speedily cared by B.B.
B. Two bottles cared a lady of ugly scrof
ulas shin sores.”
W. 0. BIrchmoie & Co, Maxey, Ga,
writes: “B. B. B., in caring Mr. Robt Ward
of blood poison effected one of the most
wonderful cares that ever came to oni
Look out sharply lor your' interest.
Pickett is going to cut everybody’s
prices this week Groceries must get-
dowu so’s people can live.
Sugar still declines. Go to Pickett’s
cash store and get 13 lbs granulated
for $1. “Watch them slide.”
THE PRIDE AND OLD TIME FAVORITE
HOTEL OF SAVANNAH.
USDKR MU PERSONAL MiKAGEBNT 0?
b ConiumplIoH Ancuraple* '
Read the following: Mr. C. H. Morris,
Newark, Ark., says: “Wss down with
Abccra of Lungs, and friends and physicians
pronounced me an Incurable Consumptive.
Begap tqkiqg pr. jCtna’s New Discovery tor
Consumption, an) now qq my thjrd tiotUp,
and able to oversee the work qn my farm.
It is the best medicine ever made. 1 ’
Jcsso Middleware Decatur, Ohio, says:
“Had it not been for Dr. King'e New Dis
covery for Consumption I would have died
of Lnng Troubles. Was given up by doctors.
Am now la best of health;’’ Try It. Sample
bottle free at & J. Cijsscls’ Drug Store,
' Hackles’* Aralca 8S1V*.
The Best Salve tn tho World for Oats
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever
Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains
Oflrns, and ajf SyuBruptlons. and positively
cures Bile?, or np pay (required. If is guar,
aqtced to give perfect satisfaction, pr money
refanded. Price ?5 cents per boy. Fpr Bid*
byS> J. Caaaeli, Drug Store. .
PIANOS AND ORGANS
W. 8.. Brown, tho Joweler, has so-
oured tho ngoncy for all the first-doss
do well to learn his prices and terms.
PRIVATE BOARDING. ||§|
The houso and furniture new.
BOONS COMFOHTAnLB AND SCNXV,
table unexceptionable, Terms moderate.
ttuVSldn^ri)? 0 ” 1 ' he 0,JiCC ° f
nov3-3ra. MRS. GEO. CARROLL.
OFFERED BY .
158 Broad St.,
Mitchell House Block.
2 lots on Love St., 95 feet
front, 240 ft deep.
1 lot on Love St., I05 feet
front, ! 40 ft deep.
3 lot on Love St., 120 feet
front, 250 ft deep.
The above lots are good
enough and the prices reason
4 lots on Crawford St., 65
ft front, 18o deep, to an alley.
These will not remain un
sold long; at the price they
are offered at. Only 4 blocks
from business centre.
1 lot on Dawson St., 105
ft front, 200 ft deep, to an al
1 lot on Dawson St., IO3 ft.
front, 420 ft deep, to Yo'ung
These are royal lots, aiid
the only two now for sale on
Dawson, the best residence
street in Thomasville.
5 lots on Chestnut’ St., 82
ft front, 150 ft deep, to an al
ley, for $i60 each. They are
absolutely worth double, the
3 lots on north Dawson St.,
88 ft front, I9O ft deep, to an
alley, for $250 each, These
are beauties, and very cheap.
North Dawson is a beautiful
5 lovely One acre lots on
Young St„ handsomely dotted
with beautiful pine trees, at’ a
low down price,
10 acre tract, with good 3
room house on Young St., just
outside corporate limits. The
S„ F. & V’ railroad is the
west boundary, nearly all in
cultivation. Some fine timber.
Price low enough considering
the fine location.
51-2 tract corner Magnolia
ave, %pd Maple sfc % foaaqt
houses, all under fence, aeo
2-year old LeConte pear trees;
fine oak grove for building
site. This is a lovely spot,
and is worth lots ol money,
but I will sell it right: to a
2 f-appe tracfs gp
St., that would make beautifuj
homes. At a reasonable pric@.
10 fine lots in Fearnside,
covered with stately pines, at
250 each. Wprtb a great
al piore pjonpy. ;«
2-acre lot corner Magnolia
and Linnwood aves., with new
5-room cottage. The lot all
set with fruit frees, flowerg
and shrubbery ^nd makg
a charming home.
1 o-acre tract on Magnolia
ave„ 250 to 3OO beautiful pear
trees of # different varieties,
lowers ancl shrubbery. Hand:
some new fl-lOOHl house' IQ p8rfjcj
order; servant’s house, barq
and other pqtbuildings, all
pew aqd ip first P^ss order,
This ig the best apd most at,
tract suburban home for sale
around Thomasville. Best of
reasons given for selling.
AU the property I pffep fqr
sale is gilt edge. I don t deaj
in any other sort. Let me
ghow it to you and be pbn r
168 Broad St., -