THE DAILY TIMES-ENTERPRISE. ELECTRIC ROAO TO THF SEA,
JOHN TRIPLETT, - - - Editor.
8. B. BUEB, - Business Manager.
The Latest Soheme in Railroading
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ft. B. B17It 16, Bnsincs. Mannecr
Will the Cronin murderers escape?
It looks as if they would.
The recent election in France, it is
said, puts the republic on a solid
Birmingham didn’t have but two
or three killings last week. What’s
If Blaine should scoop in Cuba it
would be the longest feather in the
plumed knight’s cap.
The author of “Beautiful Snow”
will soon come to the front. He
generally does about this season of
Atlanta, Ga., Nov. 19.—The
most dazzling railroad scheme in years
came to light here to-day.
U. C. Maehen, known ns “Magic
Mnchen,” (he man who hnilt the
Covingloii and Macon railroad, is in
charge of a scheme to build an e'ec
trie standard gunge railwav from At
lanta to the f-ca, at or near Savannah.
Work has began on a road between
Eaton and Mnchen, a distance o‘ sev
enteen miles, and on this electricity
will he first tested. If it works well
it will he applied to the whole line of
one hundred and fifty miles.
The capitalists backing Mnchen
are New York, Philadelphia and
Chicago parties who believe in elec
tricity for railroads, and have ample
means to test it
This route is selected because of
rich environment and immense motor
power with which to generate elec
tricity. On the Ocmulgce, Little
river, South river and other streams
on the route Maehen estimates the
water power at sixty five thousand
horse This, it is thought, will gen
erate electricity enough to move all
trains that can run over the road.
The construction will be such that
Why Not Cuba?
Now that scoops and coupe d’etat
are in the air, the people are again
talking of Cuba to Mr. Blaine. Blaine
does r.ot need urging. He would
just as soon have Cuba as not. He
would not object to a little scoop in
the Caribbean if he could get the
Queen of the Antilles.
The history of territorial acquis!
tiou by the United States has been
one of opposition but of splendid
reality. The people talked of 1m
peaching Jefferson for the purchase
of Loui.'i imi; hut what would we
havo been to day had Napoleon never
ceded the valley of the Mississippi ?
People alluded to Florida as a land
of swamps nud sand banks when we
purchased from Spain, and all sorts
of things were urged against the an
nexation of Texas by President Polk.
Even Alaska has turned out to be a
gold mine. Now, why not Cuba?
The’doctora say wo can never be
safe from fever pestilence until we
secure Cuba and disinfect it.—Chron
A Precious Pair of Rascals.
Washington, Nov. 20.—Corporal
Tanner will go in with Col. W. W.
Dudley in the pension claim busi
That was a pretty good joke asking
republicans to join a “Jackson club.”
It’s enough to make old Hickory turn
over in his grave, at the Hermitage.
A movement is on foot to erect a mol MCU( „ „„„ „„„ ....
monument to Dr. Mary Walker. Shall t j, e backers, but it is thought they
ordinary locomotives can be used in
an emergency, and the road will have
steam equipment as a reserve power.
It is not decided yet whether storage
batteries or overhead batteries will he
used Maehen goes to New York in
a few days to confer with electrical
experts who claim to have solved the
problem of transportation by elec
tricity. Maehen does not disclose
A Contest in Ohio.
Columbus, O., Nov. 20.—Mr.
Marquis, late democratic candidate
for lieutenant governor, was in con
sultation with the state committee
aud his attorneys to-day, and stated
that the committee has decided- that
justice requires that a contest be
made for lieutenant governor. He
will act accordingly.
it he in pants or petticoats? is the
question. Put the old gal back
are men who have backed him in the
Macon and Covington road.
Another flow of natural gas has
developed in Pennsylvania. There
■ will be a big' flow of natural gas in
t -Washington next month—when con
Squires is His Name.
Seattle, Wash., Nov. 20.—W atson
C. Squires was elected senator on the
second ballot last night.
While Ben Butler is engaged writ
ing his memoirs he keeps one eye (the
cocked ope) on the main chance,ready
-inr-picTc*up anything laying around
Rev. W- N. Cleveland Called.
Chaumont, N. Y., Nov. 19.—The
Presbyterian church here has ex
tended a unanimous call for Rev. W.
N. Cleveland, brother of the ex presi
v Hon. W. L. Peek, of Conyers, has
won the prize of S100 oflered by the
Georgia Agricultural Society for the
largest and best yield of corn on one
acre in the State.. Col. Peek raised
Jefferson Davis Worse.
New Orleans, Nov. . 20.—Hon.
Jefferson Davis is worse. He is suf
fering from pneumonia and bronchi
tis, and passed a bad night. He is
The new flag of the United States
of Brazil, whichtakes the place of the
imperial emblem with its crown and
coffee leaf, is composed of green and
gold shapes with a blue field, on which
are emblazoned nineteen stars.
The Census.Bureau at Washington
has just completed a list of manufao
tories in the United States, which
numbers 5,218. The number of cot
ton mills in the southern states have
been more than doubled since 1886.
South Carolina’s Cotton Crop.
New York, Nov. 19.—A dispatch
to the Cotton Exchange from Colum
bia, S. C., states that this year’s esti
mated cotton crop, up to Oct. 1st,
was 639,998 hales, against 558,642
bales up to the same time last year
If more northern republican politi
cians would come south, see how pros
perous the country is under demo
cratic, rule and kindly the relations
are between the races, they certainly
would stop maligning this section
Come down and see us.
Gov. Gordon will advertise the fa
mous Okefenokee swamp for sale, on
the 7th of January. The minimum
price fixed by the state is ia i-a cents
an acre. The swamp contains about
Jfo8?wo“aCTCT,'60 It is said. A big
drainage scheme is involved.
Things are reported quiet in Brazil.
It was a remarkably peaceful revolu
tion. Every old woman in the coun
try will be delighted to learn that
there is no probability of a big ad
vance in coflee on account of the
change of government in that coffee
Mr. Powderly said to an Atlanta
Journal reporter a day or two ago: “I
am not talking tariff this year,” but be
proceeded to say, “The policy of pro
tection, however, seems to me to be a
wrong on labor. The laboring classes
are not protected. Only this manufic-
ers, the rich, receive protection,
s American' manufacturer adds the
!y to what would be the natural
L flair price of bis product The
F needs reforming. It is the poor,
i mass of the people,who need
, and they will never get it
d policy of protection.’
National Grange Resolutions.
Sacramento, Cal., Nov. 20.—At
the National Grange yesterday reso
lutions were adopted favoring testing
of seeds in experimental stations be
fore distributing; also one favingco
operation. A committee was appoin
ted to present legislation to congress.
The Australian system of voting was
Tho Grange to-day passed a resolu
tion favoring the election of United
States senators by direct vote of the
people. Thescssion adjourned to meet
next year at Atlanta, Ga.
Where are They?
Mr. M. W. Scott, of the well known
real estate firm, is now searching for
the heirs of a Georgian who was killed
in the Alamo masacre in ’26.
Tobin is the name under which he
The dead hero’s heirs were given by
congress, along with others who went
down that day, a big land grant, but
until recently, no demand was made
for it. Not long ago, however a
claimant turned up, but he is thought
to be an impostor, and the state has
begun to silt the matter. On yester
day Mr. Scott received a letter stating
the facts and asking their help. Then
they issued the following:
Atlanta, Ga., November 19,1889.
-Editors Constitution: We have
information from Texas that among
the Georgians who were murdered at
the Alamo in 1826, was one John To
bin—"Tobin.” It is probable that he
was a married man, as he was granted
land as the head of a family.
The heirs are entitled to 4,428 acres
The land is claimed by a supposed
impostor, as he is a well known forger.
We would like to find his heirs to see
them get their property. Georgia
papers copy. W. M. Scott & Co.
Every republican candidate for
speaker of the house has expressed
himself in favor of a federal election
law. Such a law cannot pass. There
are enough conservative republicans
in congress to defeat it, and they will
doit. The states ore competent to
manage their own elections. The
tendency toward a strong centralized
government is one of the dangers
which menaces the republic. The-
people will preserve their liberties.
HARRISON DRIVEN TO BAY.
Piney Woods Hotel,
M. A. BOWER, Proprietor. W. E. DAVIE8, Manager.
OPENS DECEMBER 4, 1889.
Mitchell House Block.
An Awful SoreLimb
Skin entirely gone. Flesh it Maas of dts
ease. Lrg diminished one third In else.
Condition hopeless. Cured hr the C>—
lies in tiro months,
Cured by Cuticura
For three years 1 was almost crippled with an
awful sore leg front my knee down to my ankle,
BWIUl OUJTO leg UUlU iuy auso uunu w ****““'»
tbs akin was entirely gone, and the flesh was one
mass of disease. Some physicians pronounced
it incurable. It had diminished about one third
the size of the other, and I was in a hopeless
condition. After trying all kinds of remedies
yOUr vuuvuia Acueuteoi •*■>* —-
follows: After throe .lays I noticed a decided
change for the better, and at tho end of two
months I was completely cured. My flesh was
purified, and the bone (which had been exposed
for a year) got sound. Tho flesh begon to grow,
and to-day, and for nearly two yean past, my
leg is as well as ever It was, sound In every re
spect, and not a sign of the disease to be seen.
8. G. AHERN, Dubois, Dodge Co., Ga.
Skin Disease 17 Years.
SCRAPS OF SONG,
and Southern Scenes, by W. M. Folsom, for
sale by C. W. Robinson in Thomasvlllo and
vicinity, will be supplied on applicatiqn
personally, or at Reid & Culpepper’s book
I have been troubled with skin and scalp dis
ease for seventeen yean. My bead at times was
one running son, and my body was covered
with them os large as a haft dollar. I tried a
great many remedies without effect until I used
the Cutionra Remedies, and am thankful to
state that after two months of their use I am
entirely cured. I feel It my duty to yon and tho
public to state the above case.
L. B. MCDOWELL, Jamcsbnrg, N. J.
Another Marvelous Cure.
The Cuticura, Cuticura Resolvent, and Cuti
cura Soap have brought about a marvelous euro
InSha eniaarailfln flllflflflA nil mV llfctlA SOI)
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 enongh to require special attention,
in tho case of a skin cllsease on my little son
eight yean old. Iqavetried almost all reme-
diesand also the most eminent doctors, all alike
falling, except tho wonderful Cuticura Reme
ED N. BROWN, 720 N. 16th St., Omaha, Neb.
All 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 n
few other parties. Apply as soon as possi
ble, if you would be supplied. It is the best
early oat that I ever planted, and yielded
more than the old reliable rust proof out last
season. J. T. CHASTAIN.
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cure for every disease and humor of the skin,
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“sold* everywhere. Price, Cuticura, Mo. iSmtp
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HOW HY BACK AGH^T
Ho Must Aot on the Politloal Assessment
Washington, Nov. 29.—The ac
tion of President Harrison on the evi
dence submitted by the civil service
commission, showing that Mahone’s
Old Dominion Republican Associa
tion violated the law against political
assessments, is awaited with gieat in
terest. The commission has given
him, it believes, evidence enough to
procure an indictment of the officers
of the association, three of whom are
office holders. The commission wants
to see this law tested. If it means
anything the commission wants it en
forced, if it does not the commis
sion wants it amended. The com
mission has shown wisdom In referring
the mater to-the president. Had it
presented its evidence to the district
attorney he might have hesitated, be
ing a hold over democrat,to prosecute
republican office holders, or, it he had
prosecuted them, he might have been
accused of offensive partisanship, but,
as it stands now, president Harrison
himself should decide what is to be
done. The matter will of course be
formally referred to the attorney gen
eral, but this will only be as usual for
him to find the warrant for whatever
the President has determined to do.
If this source of boodle is cut off
from the republicans, it will be good
bye, John, with them.
PROF. E. D. BALDWIN
Announces that he will bo glad to repair and
keep in tune, Pianos and ather musical in
struments nud give instruction In music in
its various branches. Orders left at Geo.
Fenrn’s real estate office, or through the post
office, given, prompt attention. Toot tt
W AN TS.
G. H. Wyant, tho Upholsterer, wants to
lay Carpets, Wool at 75 cts., Brussels. at $1;
wants to rc-upholstor your parlor furniture;
wants to make over yonr mattresses. Call
at Ainsworth's Grocery. 26oct 3m
OLD HOFFMAN HOUSE RYE,
Pure and Unadulterated,
For Sale By
J im A. F. PREVATT.
Site of the World's Fair.
Washington, Nov. 20.—St. Louis
has opened a world’s fair headquarters
here and announces her intention to
remain in the race until congress set*
ties the question of location. Col. C.
H. Jones, of the St Louis Republic,
chairman of the executive committee,
says that New York is in the lead,bnt
that he expects the fight to narrow
down to St. Louis or Chicago. No
city, he says, has a majority of the
votes in Congress. Washington, ;he
finds, is not out of the race, nndjs the
first choice of many southern, and
some New England and Pennsylvania
, Back AO 10, Kidney Pains.and Weak-
Pain relieved in one mlnnte by
r~ the CMlcnrn Anti-Pain Plaater.
The first end only lnstantanojui paln-kUUng
Cash groceries bound to win. Watch
the figures at Pickett’s.
TJie Drummer's Home.
Will open for tho reception of guests
New and Modern Throughout,
gant Rooms, Single and
S. T. PHILPOT & COi,.
Notice of Dissolution.
Gov. Gordon goes to Chicago on
the 30tb, to deliver an address. His
subject is: The “influences of the
late civil -war upon the character of
-the American people and the future
of the American Republic.” It is
a broad and inviting theme, and
Governor Gordon will treat it from
the stand point of a broad and liberal
The firm ofG. E. Olewls A Bro., is this
day* dissolved by mutual consent. G. E.
Clewis will continaethe business and nssumo
all liabilities nnd retain the assets of-tho
late firm. O. E. Clewib,
novl9-30d. Jobs Clewis.
Hatnl Good, sweet ham.at way down
prices, at Pickett’s. See him.
The time for paying yonr city taxes Is at
band. Please call at my office at the cotton
won boose nnd scstlc before execution 4*
issued. Office hoqrs 0 a. m. to 0 p. m.
Jas. F. Evass,
This remedy la becoming so well known
and so popular os to need no special mention.
All who hare used Electric Bitters sing the
same song of praise. A purer medicine
does not exist and it is gnnrantcod to do all
that is ilalmed. Electric Bitters will cure
all diseases of tho Liver and Kidneys, will
remove Pimples, Bolls, Salt Rheum and
other affections caused by impure blood.—
Will drive malaria from the system and
irevent as wt-llas cure all Malarial fevers.—
for cure of Headache, Constipation and In
digestion try Electric Bitters—Entire satis
faction guaranteed, or money refunded.—
Price 50cts. and $1.00 per bottle at 3. J.
Cassels, Drug Store.
Contagions Blood Diseases.
Ulcers, sores, pimples, itch, Balt rheum,
etc., are evidences of contagious blood dis
ease. It is manifestly n 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
all possibility of other members of the family
becoming likewise afflicted. Send to Blood
Balm Co., Atlanta, Ga., for a book that will
J. H. Outlaw, Mt. Olive, N. G., writes: •'!
had running seres on my shoulders and
arms. One bottle B. B. B. cured me entire
L. Johnson, Bolmont 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 oat, but B. B. B. healed
W. J. Kinnin, Hutchens, Tex., writes: “B.
B, B. has cured myjfflfe of nlarge ulcer on
her leg that doctors and all otbrr medicine
coaid not cure.”
M. J. Rossman, a prominent merchant of _
Greensboro, Ga, writes: “I know of several . O., I*. OC W
cases of blood disease speedily cured by B.B.
B. Two bottles cured n lady of ugly scrof
ulas skin sores.”
W. O. Bircbmoro k Co, Maxey, Ga,
writes: “B. B. B., In caring Mr. Robt Ward
of blood poison effected one of tho most
wonderful cures that ever came to out
Look out sharply for your interest.
Pickett is going to cut everybody’s
prices this week Groceries must get
down su’s people can live.
Sugar still declines. Go to Pickett’s
cash store and get 13 lbs granulated
for $1.* “Watch them slide."
The Marshall House
THE PRIDE AND OLD TIME FAVORITE
HOTEL OF SAVANNAH.
UNDER THE PERSONAL MANAGEMENT OF
lioctr M. L. HARNETT.
In Uonmimplio* lncnrablef
Read the following: Hr. O. H. Morris,
Newark, Ark., cays: “Was down with
Abcess of Langs, and friends nnd physicians
ironoanced me an Incurable Consumptive.
Jegan taking Dr. Kinn’s New Discovery for
Consumption, am now on my third bottle,
and able to oversee the work on my farm.
It is the best medicine ever made, 1
Jesse Middleware Decatur, Ohio, says
•Had it not been for Dr. King's New Dis
covery for Consumption I would have died
Baeklea’n Arnica Halve.
The Best Salve in the World for Cuts
Braises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever
Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains
Corns, and aU Skin Eruptions, nnd 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 8» J. Cassels, Prog Store.
PIANOS AND ORGANS
W. S. Brown, the Jewoler, has se
cured the ogenoy for all tho flrst-elass
Pianos nnd Organs, which ho is selling
at tho lowost prices for cash or on long
time. Thoso desiring to purchase will
do well to learn Ills prices and terms.
On Seward street, 2nd. door northwest of
Warren, (next door to tho Hisses Uhler.)
The house nnd furniture new.
booms comfortable and sbexy,
table unexceptionable, Terms 'moderate.
Apply on the premises or nt the office of
1 - J
158 Broad St.,
2 lots on Love St., 95 feet
front, 240 ft deep.
1 lot on Love St., I05 feet
front, I40 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 al. 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 Young
These are royal lots, and
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. & W* railroad is the
west boundary, nearly all in
cultivation. Some fine timber.
Price low, enough considerihg
the fine location.
51-2 tract corner Magnolia
ave. and Maple st. 2 tenant
houses; all under, fence. 260
2-year old LeQonte pear trees;
fine oak grove for building
site. This is a lovely spot,
and is worth lots of money,
but I will sell it right to a
2 7-acre tracts on Young
St., that would make beautiful
homes. At a reasonable price.
10 fine lots in Fearnside,
covered with stately pines, at
#260 each. Worth a great
deal more money.
2-acre lot comer Magnolia
and Linnwood aves., with new
5-room cottage. The lot all •
set with fruit trees, flowers
and shrubbery and will make;
ioacre tract on Magnolia
ave., 250 to 3OO beautiful pear
trees of different varieties,
flowers and shrubbery. Hand
some new 9*room bouse In perfect
order; servant’s house, barn
and other outbuildings, all
new and in first class order.
This is the best and most at
tract suburban home for sale
aroupd Thomasville. Best of
reasons given for selling.
All the property I offer for
sale is gilt edge. I don’t deal
in any other sort. Let me
show it to you and be con
168 Broad St., - Thomasville, Oa