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TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 26, 188C
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Milledgeville is proud of the Girls’
Industrial school; and she has a right
to be proud of it.
Does New York waut the worlds
fair? She ought to be jingling her
dollars, if she does.
Cannon is the biggest gun in the
race for speaker, but Reid’s nasal or-
The divine right of kings is waning.
The right of the people to govern
themselves is being asserted every
Somehow Cleveland does not drop
out; as most ex-presidents have. And
this is worrying “truly loil” republi
cans very much.
Will the republicans attempt to pass a
federal election law? Very likely.
They’ll have a good time enforcing it
in the south.
-•Mnyor. Grant has appointed two
women as-members of the New York
school board. ‘ Will these women sub
stitute slippers for the old birch rod?
George A. Sheridan, who
made a number of speeches for Har
rison last fall, ‘ Said the other day
►—; the previous nigni. tie secured a
mThe. tide of travel -is southward, corn cutter and cut off the heads of
Let ’er roll. The empire state of the 134 before the sun rose, whose warm
iuild <clime and assist in developing
her hidden wealth and resources.
They Will Come to Savannah
Washington, Nov. 24.—Efforts are
being made to persuade the state de
ih m vailmw »•« — — — ... - . ’
pan-Amcrican congress to Mexico and was held up to night, at 9:30 o’clock,
the Pacific coast. They may at Pryor Creek, near Perry station, I.
pretty T. The express and mail cars were
the robbed. -The passengers were not
molested. The amount secured by
certain to be induced in
itinerary, which will also include Jack
sonville, At'anta, Birmingham and New the robbers is not known
Near Its End.
Chicago, Nov. 23.—No further evi
dence was heard in the Cronin Case
to day. At the opening of the court
Mr. Forrest announced that his ex
pected witness, Mr. Lynch, had had
relapse, and he had decided to get
along without his evidence. As there
were no further witnesses present, the
court adjourned with the understand
ing that the defense would examine
one or two minor witnesses, and would
then close its case.
From Blizzard to Sunshine.
Augusta, Ga., Nov. 23.—A spe
cial to the Chronicle from Knoxville,
Tenn., says: “The Queen and Crcs
cent and East Tennessee, Virginia
and Georgia roads have inaugurated
a Florida special vestibule train, run
ning solid from Cincinnati to Jack
sonville, via Chattanooga, Atlaota,
Macon and Jesup, in twenty-eight
hours. This is the first solid train
from the west to the south ever run.
It will commence to-morrow.
Corn Cheaper than Coal.
Kansas City, Mo., Nov. 23.—
A special from Hiawatha, Kan., says
that the farmers of that vicinity are
burning corn for fuel, finding it
cheaper than coal. Corn is sold on
the farm at 20 cents per bushel, while
the average price of coal, delivered at
the farm, ranges at from 21 to 23
cents per bushel. The farmers’ alli
ance here brought the attention of
the farmers to the relative prices of
the two commodities, and advised that
half the corn crop be used as fuel,
thus advancing the price of the other
half, and saving money in this fuel
bills. The farmers have begun to act
on this advice. . ’
Atlanta, Ga., Nov. 23.—The
contract for building the confederate
home was awarded to day to Austin
& Boylston, lumber dealers, the price
being 822,000. The contractors gave
a bond for 810,000, and will begin
Remarkable Duck Story.
Fairbault, Minn., Nov. 14.—A re
markable slaughter of wild fowl oc
curred north of this city this morning
John Benson, a farmer, went to a small
lake to water his stock, and to his as
tonishment discovered a large number
icr day. 0 f ducks vainly endeavoring to extri- , . ----jui
"rresiueni Harrison is very rapidly themselves from the ice, which or 0 f t h e state of Georgia, in accord-
making a’statesman out of Mr, Hayes’’ had formed around them while resting :.u — ..j i„ ».n,niiinii
the previous night. He secured »
south, Georgia, opens wide her, gates rays liberated the flock,
and do^ to those who 'would seek a A gentleman from the northwest,
- • • .* t—1—— who is spending the winter here, fur-
T The fashion of dying tbo hair a
very dark red originated with the
women of Paris and has crossed the
ocean and is becoming the rage in this
country. If this thing is not nipped
in the bud the number of red headed
women will far exceed the supply of
America is the youngest nation on
the globe, but it has set the pace for
the whole world. This country is
fast leaving the efiete monarchies of
the old world in the great race of pro
gress. America beats the world. We
have more electricity, better railroads,
faster horses and prettier women, than
any nation on earth.
A. J. DeVoe, the weather prophet
of New Jersey, informs the New Or
leans Times-Democrat that the winter
of 1889 aifd 1890 will be remarkable
three things: 1 Intensely cold;
jraiibri with heavy sndfrin the Gulf
States. 2. Very mild weathcij
throughout Canada and the east. 3.'
Floods in the New England states
from the‘5th to the 10th of December.
Hon. Geo. T. Barnes, of Augusta
has addressed an open letter to his
constituents, in which he discusses the
tariff and other economic questions.
The Chronicle intimates that it is
free trade document. But G.T. Barnes
will be sustained by the democracy of
the state and of his district all the
same. The charge that the democrat
ic party is a free trade party will not
hold good. The protectionists will
move heaven and earth to defeat all
Governor Gordon’s speech at the
state fair advises young men to stick to
the farm. Yes, so we say; other occu
pations are good and useiul, but they
are overcrowded. The boys arc too
anxious to leave the farm, thinking iri
unmanly and not aristocratic enough
but who would not rather be a strong,
sturdy, rosy-cheeked country boy over
flowing with good health and spirits,
than a pale, spiritless clerk in the dark,
. dreary city stores? Stick to the farm,
boys, you can gam more health aud
wealth by so doing, and be just as
'1 of a gentleman as though you
Passenger Train Held Up.
Kansas City, Mo, Nov. *4—A
north-bound passenger train on the
The New United .States.
Washington, Nov. 24.— Senor
Valente, the Brazilian minister, this
afternoon received the following impor
tant cablegram, which shows that the
republic has been accepted by all the
provinces of Brazil:
Rio de Janeiro, Nov. 23, 1889.
I inform you that all the provinces
have signified their adherence to the'
republic and the provincial govern
ment, without any resistance or pro
test, The government has extended
the right to vote to all citizens, except
only those who are unable to read or
write. The arohbfshopship, ihe head
of the church in Brazil, has conferred
to-day his solemn benediction upon
the government and the people.
Minister of Finace.
God has crowned, the year with IJis
goodness, and has granted to the ptjO-,
pie of this state, for the last twelve
months, peace, plenty and prosperity.
Theretore, I, John B. Gordon, govern
ance with custom and in recognition
ot our obligation to Him for all His
mercies and of our absolute depend*^
ence upon Hmi for their continuance,
do issue this, my proclamation, de
signating Thursday next, the 28th day
nishes us with the above, as a specimen of November, 1889, as a day of
of how they do things out in the wild
Mr. Benson, we greet you; you
should apply for a position on some
newspaper. A few paragraphs like
the above would put you high up
the ladder of journalistic fame. We
presume Mr. Benson’s hired man, or
some member of his household, saw
the performance. It might be well
for the gentleman to produce an affi
davit from these parties, testifying to
the correctness of-the story; not nec
essarily for publication, but as an evi
deuce of good faith—in his own story
You see, some peopleware rather skep
deal. We would say nothing which
could be considered disparaging to
Mr. Benson’s^veracity, as, in common
with many, both north and south, we
are anxious to see kindly relations re
stored between the two sections, but
when a man Irom the north claims to
have mowed off the beads of 134
ducks—while stuck in the ice—with a
corn cutter, as a southern man, wed
ded to the truth, and jealous of the
reputation of the press, we insist that
accompanying documentary evidence,
properly certified by some notary pub
lic, should be attached to ail such
stories. It matters’little to us whether
Mr. BeDSon is a democrat, a mug
wump or a republican; whether he
voted for Harrison or Cleveland;
whether he believes the earth is round
or flat; whether he sides with the Czar
against Btsmark; whether he is ortho
dox or infidel; whether he is in favor
of Chicago, St. Louis, Washington or
New York, as a site for the world’s
fair; whether be is hen pecked or
wears the breeches; what we waut and
demand, is a certificate from his Sun
day school teacher, as to his character
for vewity.;. He rnay be all right; we
do not say that he is-not, but we feel
it a bounden duty to protect the read
ers of the Times-Enterprisb against
imposition. This we shall do at all
hazards, even at the risk of re-opening
the healing wounds of the war between
the north and south, on account of
ihie "remarkable duck story.”
No northern man shall, with irapu
nity, circulate such a duck story in
the south, without corroborative evi-
thanksgiving to almighty God.
In the meantime 1 earnestly recom
mend the people to seek forgiveness
for their manifold sins by humble
confession and sincere penitence, and
the designated day to gather about
their family altars and at their accus
tomed places of worship to offer
thanks to God with gladness and re
joicing; and there consecrate the day
to His service by devoting it to His
worship, and to acts of kindness and
of charity to some of His children who
may be unfortunate or unhappy.
Given under my hand and the seal of
the executive department, at the
capitol, in the city of Atlanta, this,
the 23d day of November, A. D.
By the governor.
John B. Gordon.
James T. Nisbet, Governor.
Secretary Executive Department.
M. A. BOWER, Proprietor. W. E. DAVIES, Manager.
OPENS DECEMBER 4, 1889.
158 Broad St.,
Mitchell House Bloch
An Awful SoreLimb
Shin entirely gone. Flesh n Mi
case. liOR diminished one third In size.
Condition hopeless. CJnred by the Cli
tic urn Remedies In txto months.
Cured by Cuticura
For three years I vras almost crippled with an
awful sore leg Irom my knee down to my ankle,
ttWIUI MHO UK A4UUA UIJ AUOO ~
the akin woe entirely gone, and the flesh was one
mass of disease. Some physicians pronounced
It lncnrable. It had dtmlnl shed about one third
the size of the other, and I was in a hopeless
condition. After trying aU kinds of remedial
and spending hundreds of dollars, from which
tnoreUsI - - - - “
IOIIOWh: Alter uuiw
change for the better, and at the end of two
months I was completely cured. My flesh was
purified, and the bone (which had been exposed
for a year) got sound. The flesh begon to grow,
and to-day, and for nearly two years past, my
leg is aa well as ever It was, sound in every re
spect, and not a sign of the disease to he eeen.
8. G. AHERN, Dubois, Dodge Co., Ga.
Skin Disease 17 Years.
vu« -uu-ju., 1 —id my body 1—
with them as large as a half dollar, f tried a
l^reat many remedial without effect until ^used
theCntlcnraRemedies, and am thankful to.
state that after two months of their nso I am
entirely cured. Ifeelltmydutytoyonondtho
public to etate the above case.
L. R. MCDOWELL, Jamesborg, N. J.
Another Marvelous Cure.
Tho Cntlcnra, Cuticura Resolvent, and Cuti
cura Soap hare brought about a marvelous cure
In the case of a skin dlseaso on my little son
eight years old. I gave tried almost all reme
dies and also tho most omlnent doctors, all alike
failing, except the wonderful Cu’ioura Remo-
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cure for every disease and humor of the skin,
scalp, and blood, with loss of hair, from pimples
Sold everywhere. Price, Cntlcnra, 60c.iSoap
iSc.j Resolvent, S1.00. Prepared by tho„Potter
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| BackAc so, Kidnoy Pains.and Weak-
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T Pain relieved in one minute by
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Contagions Blood Diseases.
Ulcers, sores, pimples, itch, salt rheum,
etc., are evidences of contagious 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
all possibility of other members of the family
becoming likewise afflicted. Send to Blood
Balm Co., Atlanta, Qa., for a book that will
J. H. Outlaw, Mt. Olive, If. O., writes: •'!
bad running seres on my shoulders and
arms. One bottle B. B. B. cured me entire-
L. Johnson, Belmont Station,Uiss,writes.
•*B. B. B. has worked on me like a charm.
My head and body was covered with sores,
and my hair came out, but B. B. B. healed
W. J. Kinniu, Hutchens, Tex., writes: “B.
B. B. has cured my wife of a large ulcer on
her leg that doctors and all other medicine
could not cure.”
M. J. Rossman, a prominent merchant of
Greensboro, Go, writes: “I know of several
cases of blood disease speedily cured by B.B.
B. Two bottles cured a lady of ugly scrof
ulas skin sores.”
W. O. Bircbmore & Co, Maxoy, Ga,
writes: ”B. B. B., in curing Mr. Bobt Ward
of blood poison effected one of the most
wonderful euros that ever came to om
Bncklen’o Arnica Salvo.
The Best Salve in the World for Outs
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Halt 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.
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 through the-post
office, given prompt attention. 7oct tt
G. H. Wyant, the Upholsterer, wants to
lay Carpets, Wool at 75 cts, Brussels at $1;
wants to ro-upholster your parlor furniture;
wants to make over your mattresses. Call
at Ainsworth’a Grocery. 28oct 3m
THURSDAY, NOV. 28.
America's Greatest Character Actor,
And the young, beautiful and accomplished
MISS RAMIE AUSTEN,
Supported by a carefully eelected company In
the powerful Last dram/t,
Guilty Without Crime
An adaptation ot U. B. Braddon'e Famous
The climaxes are startling In the extreme.
Abundance of Comedy. No drama in thetal*
tory of the stage fill* all the requirements so
OLD HOFFMAN HOUSE RYE,
Pure aud Unadulterated,
For Sale By
A. F. PREVATT.
Mr. N. H. Frohlicbateln, of Mobile, Ala.,
writes: I tako great pleasure in recommend
ing Dr. King’s New Discovery for Consump
tion, have used it for a severe attack of
Bronchitis and Catarrh. It gave me instant
rcliei and entirely cured mo and I have not
boon afflicted since. I also beg to state that
I had tried other remedies with no good re
sult. Have also used Electric Bitters and
Dr. King’s New Life Pills, both of which I
Dr. King’s New Discovery, for Consump
tion, Coughs and Colds, is sold on a positive
I ;uarantec. free
Trial bottles at S. J. Cassels Drug Store.
A Woman'* Discovery.
“Another wonderful discovery. has been
made and that too by n lady in this connty.
Disease fastened its clntch upon her and for
seven years she withstood Its severest tests,
bat her vital organs were undermined and
death seemed Imminent. For three months
she conghed incessantly and could not sleep.
She bought n bottle of Dr. King’s New Dis
covery tor Consumption and was so mnch
relieved on taking the first dose that she
slept all night and with one bottle has been
miraculously cured. Her name is Mrs.
Luther Luts.” Thus writes W. 0. Hamrick
& Co., of Shelby, N. 0.—Get ft free trial
bottle at S. J. Cossel’s drugstore.
HOUSE FOR RENT.
A seven-room, well famished boose, on
comer of Crawford and Fletcher streets, for
Rent. Apply on premises, or to Dr. T. S.
Cash groceries bound to win. Watch
the figures at Pickett’s.
The Drummer's Home.
Look out sharply for your interest.
Pickett is going to cot everybody’s
prices this week Groceries must get
down so’s people can live.
OHE NIGHT ONLY,
Engagement ot Ike distinguished Tragedian,
Supported by anexcollent company inD’En-
uery'a powerful t-act romantic drama.
A play ot Interest, and ono that touches the
v whole gamut of human passions. -
bsautipcl, riCTUaxsqvg cosie;
Prices—Orchestra $1; Gallery BOo.
Seats on solo at Reid k Culpepper's Drag
Sugar still declines. Go to Pickett’s
cash store and get 13 lbs granulated
for $1. “Watch them slide.”
Will open for the reception of guests
New and Modern Throughout Ele
gant Rooms, Single and
S. T. PH1LPOT & CO.,
Notice of Dissolution.
The firm ofG.E. Olewls k Bro, tsthis
day dissolved by mutual consent. G. B.
Clewis will continue the business and assume
all liabilities and retain the assets of the
late firm. R E. Clbwis,
novl9-30d. Jobs Clewis.
Ham! Good, sweet ham,at way down
prices, at Pickett’s. See him.
Car Load Mules.
I hare a car load of fine mules just from
Columbia, Tenn., which I will beglod to
sell to those needing them. I wM be in
Thomasville this season, and can be found
at the Keitucky Stables, where 1 shall keep
my stock. J-C-O*-
The MarshaU House,
THE PRIDE AND OLD TBIB FAVORITE
HOTEL OF SAVANNAH.
UNDER THE PERSONAL KANACUENT OF
Boctf BI.L HAB51KTT.
PIANOS AND ORGANS
W. S. Brown, the Jeweler, has se
cured the agenoy for all the first-class
Pianos and Organs, which he Is selling
at the lowest prices for cash or on long
time. Those desiring to purchase will
do well to learn hie prices and terms.
On Seward street, 2nd. door, northwest of
Warren, (next door to the Misses Uhler.)
The house and furniture new.
BOOHS COUrOBTABUI axd .bobby,
table unexceptionable, Terms moderate.
Apply on the premises or at the office of
Ttchell k McIntyre.
novSWm. MBS. GEO. CARROLL.
ffiT-i R.T J 1
H. H. SANFORD & GO., Proprietors
This is the proper time to transplant and
set oat nil kinds of roses, bulbs, plants and
shrubbery. We hare all «?.*
plants Ac. Plans and estimates will bo made
on notice given us, and we will take pleas
ure in g
Sn noY21tf H. H. SANFORD k 00.
2 lots on Love St., 95 feet
front, 240 ft deep.
1 lot on Love St., I05 feet
front, I40 ft deep.
1 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 Si, 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 $150 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 considering
the fine location.
51-2 tract corner Magnolia
ave. and Maple st. 2 tenant
houses; all under fence. 200
2-year old LeConte pear trees;
fine oak grQve for building
site. This-is a lovely spot
and is worth lots of money,
but I will .sell it right to a
good man. '
2 7-acre tracts on Young
*..., that would make beautiful
homes; At a reasonable price.
10 fine lots in Fearnside,
covered with stately pines, at
$250 each. "Worth a great
deal inpre money.
2-acre lot corner Magnolia
and Linnwood aves., with new
5-room cottage. The lot all
set with fruit tregs^ flowers
nd shrubbery and will make
a chatmjng home.
io-acre tract on Magnolia
ave., 250 to 3OO beautiful pear
trees of different varieties,
flowers and shrubbery. Hand
some 1 new 9-room house 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
around Thomasville. Best of
reasons given for selling.
All the property I offer for
de is gilt edge. I don’t deal
. aI-Isas' pai-L T of ma
ML. M -M
in any other sort. Let me
show it to you and be con
168 Broad Bt,, - Thomasville, Ga