THE DAILY TIMES-ENTERPRISE
JOHN TRIPLETT, - • * Editor.
S. B. BURR, - Business Manager.
THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 1889.
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IS. U. K> list EC, Business Mni-.naer.
Happy Cal. Wagner’s minstrel
troupe has busted.
Reed’s chances io be next speaker
of Congress appear to be good.
The Brazilian representatives, un
der the new government, have been
seated in the pan-American congress
Commissioner ot Agriculture, Mr.
Henderson, has announced his candi
dacy for re election to the position,
before the people, at the election next
Lynn, Mass., has been swept by a
terrible conflagration. The loss is
said toJ>o. ten millions. Four news
papers and three banhs were burned
out■’ 1: • u ? ‘ "r
TheSJBroadax is a new fournalistic
venture in Waycross. ' Waycross is a
growing town, and the Broadax has a
fine field. May prosperity crown the
Cordon will stir up Chicago. Just
now Chicago is coquetting with south
ern headers. A year from now she
wip be.calling, them “southern fiends"
ana “arch rebels.!’
W. B. Hill, of Macon, Ga., writes a
letter in the Christian Uuion, which
virtually covers the point made in
these' columns several weeks ago. If
the negroes are better than the whites
they should not seek social equality;
it they aTe just as good, they should
be independent ot it, and if they are
not as good, they are not entitled to
There is a good amount of uncon
cealed common sense in the above view
of thh social problem of the day.
Invited to Atlanta.
We take the following from the
Union Signal, published in Chicago:
For the first time in its history the
National W. C. T. U. has received
an official invitation from a governor
and other state officers to hold its
convention within their borders. At
the Executive Committee meeting
Thursday morning, a very cordial
invitation to meet next year in Atlan
ta, was read. It was signed by J. B,
Gordon, Governor of Georgia; N. C.
Barnett, Secretary of State; Wm. A.
Smith," Comptroller'General: J. T.
Henderson, Commissioner of Agricul
ture ; James S. Hook, Commissioner
of Eduoation; F. G. Du Bignon,
President of State Senate; A.) S. Clay,
Speaker of the House. ■ The invita
tion was accompanied by a letter from
Sam Small, urging its acceptance.
It was referred, with other invitations,
to$i& Executive Committee, accord-
ing.to the by-laws. The convention,
by; ;a large majority vote, expressed
its’desire to go to Atlantal t “
This is a noble band of workers,
engaged in a most worthy and com
mendable cause—that of temperance
—and the Empire State of the South,
nlive to every good work, will give
the women's Christian Temperance
Union, warm welcome in her capital
city. The cause of temperance is
one which appeals to every well
wisher of the race. We truBt that
this band of temperance workers will,
if they come to Georgia—and they
will probably do so — sjw good
seeds, sow seeds which will bear much
good fruit in the years to come.
Millions Lost by Fire.
Lynn, Mass., Nov. 26.—Lynn, the
City of shoes, was this afternoon visited
by the greatest fire in its history, and,
with two exceptions, the conflagration
is the most disastrous whicn ever
visited New England. The exceptions
are the great Boston fire of 1872,
which destroyed between $300,000,-
000 and $400,000,000 worth of prop,
eriy, and the Portland fire of 1866
which caused a loss of between $10,-
000,000 and $12,000,000. To day’s
fire started at 11:55 o’clock this morn
ing, raged over eight hours, devasted
a square mile of the business section
of the city, and caused a loss estimated
at $10,000,000. In fact, the greater
patt of the Fourth ward is wiped out
as regards important shoe tnanufactu-
ring blocks and prominent places of
Highwaymen on the Rails.
Fort Worth, Tex., Nov. 26.—
Sixteen masked and heavily armed
men boarded a south hound Santa Fe
passenger train last evening at Ber-
wins, a small station in the Chickasaw
nation, and cut the engine and mail
and express loose from the coaches.
They then ran two miles and threw
the fireman ofl the locomotive. Two
miles farther on the engineer was
thrown ofi, and after running four
miles farther the steam was turned
off. Then the robbers began an at
tack on the car. The guard and mes
sengers fired twenty shots, but finally
gave in, after the robbers had literally
riddled the car. The money stolen is
between $20,000 and 830,000, and
came principally from Chicago. Unit
ed States marshals are in pursuit of
City of Mexico, Nov. 26.—Par
ticulars in regard to the recent con
cession for the establishment of negro
colonics in this country are published
here. The concessionaires are Henry
C. Ferguson and William H. Ellis,
American citizens, who are authorized
to establish agricultural, mining or
manufacturing colonies in the states
of Vera Cruz, Oixaea, Guerrero,
Michoacan and San Louis Potosi, lut-
ject to the conditions of the general
colonization laws. At least a thousand
colonists must be settled within three
years, and each year thereafter for 10
years at least 200 must be settled.
The maximum number of colonists
allowed to be brought here in ten
years is 20,000, and a proof must be
given of their good moral character
and industrious habits.
A Matter of Taste.
Democratic organs think better of
a democrat who goes to the penitenti
ary than of a republican who goes to
church and Sunday school.—Wash
If pious New England would have
all herSunday school superintendents,
and bank cashiers, who have skipped
over into Canada, extradited, she
would add considerably to her peni
tentiary population. Yes, there are
as good men, nnd democrats too, per
haps, in the penitentiary, who are ns
good as some of the Pecksniffs of the
day who Bing psalms through their
nose, on Sunday, and cheat widows
and orphans during the week. Give
us the impulsive, but misguided man,
every time, who is in the penitentiary
for assaulting some ono in the heat of
passion, instead of one of these pious
hypocrite, who mosquarade in alleged
spotless robes, while their hearts are
blackened with vice.
A Bad Train Wreck.
Chattanooga, Tenn., Nov. 26.—
The East Tennesse, Virginia & Geor
gia railroad passenger train No. 3, left
the track dtree miles west ot Green
ville this morning on a heavy down
grade and reverse curve. The engine,
postal, express, baggage, first and
second-class coaches, and two sleepers
'Engineer Gregg Dunn was
1 under the engine and fatally
ed. The express messenger and
r passengers were badly hurt. The
and its contents were de-
Miss Emma Perry is the happy re
cipient of a lively parrot and cage.
Mrs. Lilia Singletary is visiting rel
atives in Cordele. t
Sheriff Hurst spent Sunday in town,
visiting his mother.
Miss Rosaline Alligood is visiting
her sister, Mrs. McCullar. ’
Charles Stubbs, of Meigs, was in
Mrs. Augley, who has been visiting
Mrs. Dr. Bullock, returned home
Green Fleetwood has been quite
sick, but is able to be out again. We
miss Green when absent; he’s the hap
piest boy in town.
3?iney Woods JEEotel.
An Awful SoreLimb
IDon of dia
Ihird In size.
Cured by tho Cn-
Conditiou hopelcaa. cared by tl
tir.nra Kemcdiea in two months.
Cured by Cuticura
For three years 1 was almost crippled with an
awful sore leg from my knee down to my ankle,
the skin was entirely gone, and the flesh was one
mass of disease. Some physicians pronounced
it incurable. It luul diminished about one third
the size of tho other, and I was in a hopeless
condition. After trying all kinds of remedies
and spending hundreds of dollars, from which
I got no relief whatever, I was persuaded to try
tour Cuticura Remedies, and tne result was as
Jollows: After three lays I noticed a decided
change for the better, and at the end of two
months I was completely cured. My flesh was
turifled, and the bone (which had been exposed
_or a year) got sound. The flesh begon t
and to-day, and for nearly two years p;
leg is as well as ever it was, sound in every re
spect, and noth sign of the disease to bo seen.
8. G. AHERN, Dubois, Dodge Co., Ga.
Skin Disease 17 Year*.
I have been troubled with skin and scalp dis
ease for seventeen years. My head at times
one running sore, and my body was covi
with them as large as a half dollar. 1 trie
K reat many remedies without effect until I used
io Cutioura Remedies, and am thankful to
state that after two months of their use I am
entirely cured. X feel it my duty to you and tho
public to state tho above case.
L. It. McDOWELL, Jamesbnrg, N.
Another Marvelous Cure.
The Cuticura, Cuticura Resolvent, and Cuti
cura Soap hat e brought about a marvelous cure
in the case of a skin disease on my little son
eight years old. I tjave tried almost all reme
dies and also the most eminent doctors, all alike
failing, except the wonderful Cu’icura Reme
ED N. BROWN, 720 N. 16th St., Omaha, Neb.
Tho new Blood Purifier and purest and best of
Humor Remedies, internally, and Cuticura, tho
great Skin Cure, and Cuticura Soap, on exquis
ite Skin Beautlfler, externally, are a positive
cut e for every disease and humor of the skin,
scalp, and blood, with loss of hair, from pimples
Sold everywhere. Price, Cuticura, 50c.: Soap
25c.; Resolvent, $1.00. Prepared by the Potter
Drug and Chemical Corporation, Boston.
!3P-Seml for “How to Cme Skin Diseases,”
64 pages, 50 illustrations, and 100 testimonials.
The congregation at the Baptist
church, on Sunday, was treated to a
fine and eloquent sermon by J. H.
Underwood, of Camilla. He was
called to serve them the coming year,
Quite a jolly crowd from Thomas-
asville came up Wednesday night.
They were joined by the guests of the
Perry House, and called at the resi
dence of Dr. Barton, where they pass
ed a few hours very pleasantly, listen
ing to music furnished by the Doctor,
Miss Minnie and Miss Jones.
Mr. J. W. Isom returned to Alba
ny on Monday.
Miss Mattie Coxwelt, of Cuthbert,
who has been vistmer friends in our
community for some time, returned
Mack Bullock “takes the cake” io
shootiog at (?) birds. Arthur Patten
says he can kill more with a stick than
Mack can with a gun.
I and oily akin prevent!
. HOW MY BACK ACHES.'
. Back Ac to, Kidney Palns.and Weak
ness,Soreness, lameness .Strains,and
Pain relieved in one minute by
tho Cntlcnm Anti-Pain Planter.
The first and only instantaneous pain-killing
THE TIIOJIASVII.I.E CJI/Jf WORKS,
One door from Watts,on Jackson St., Is now
fully supplied with ail kinds of Sporting
Goods, Guns, Pistols, Fishing Tackle, Am
Always on hand and loaded to order,at short
notice and on reasonable terms.
Of all kinds on guns, pistols, Ac, executed
in the be9t style, and satisfaction guaranteed.
OUN8 FOR RENT '
At reasonable terms, to responsible parties.
Turkics nnd Cranberries at TJ.Ball&Bro’s.
Mules For Sale.
Bight head of Fixe, Smooth Mules, from
medium to large size, for saio CHEAP tor
cash. Apply to
nor 26 (14w2t
J. T. PITTMAN.
Good board, with nice country fare, can
be lmd at Dr. J. B. Watkin’s residence, Sun-
d tle, one-mile and a half from court house,at
moderate rates. Carriage rides ficc, every
other day. Good bunting and spoit gr)un<L
Apply 00 the premises or address
Pf. J. B. WATKINS,
nov2Gdtf TllomasviUe, Ga.
All parties to whom t engaged the early
oat for seed, are notified that I am ready to
deliver the camo Tho yield having proven
better than 1 expected, I can also furnish a
few other parties. Apply as soon as possi
ble, if you wonld be supplied. It is the best
early oat that I ever planted, nnd yielded
more than the old reliable rust proof oat last
season. J. T. CHASTAIN.
GEORGIA-.Tuou is Cocxty:
To all whom It may concern;
8. L. Hpycs, administrator of the estate of S.
Alex. Smith, deceased, has, in doe form, applied
to the undersigned for leave to sell one hundred
and thirty-seven shares of slock In the "Peonies
Gas Eight Company, o' Jersey Cttv,” belonging
to the estate of said deceased, and the said ap
plication will be heard on the first Monday in
ianuaiy. Tb r e Noy. 29, UM.
Jos, 8, MgltBtLI, Ordinary.
GEORGIA—THOMAS COUNTY I
The report of th. commissions a appointed to
DIUCL'l lU'UUI UU'iU Ul U| V. UW
ont of tne estate of said deceased, hayingt>__
filed In this oF.ce, all pe-so-is interested are
hereby cited to appear at the January term,
JSCS, of the Conrt of Ordinary ot said county, to
show cause, if any tboy con, why said report
should not be confirmed and admitted to record.
This November 27ib. 1810.*
Jos. 8.MUBU.L. Ordinary.
The time for paring yonr city taxes is at
hand. Pieaso rail at my office at the cotton
ware house and settle before execution is
issued. Office hours 0 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Jas. F. Evans,
PROF. E. D. BALDWIN
Announces that be will be glad to repair and
keep in tone, Pianos and ather musical ip
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. Toct tf .
M. A. BOWER, Proprietor. W. E. DAVIES, Manager.
OPENS DECEMBER 4, 1889.
Contagions Blood Diseases.
Ulcers, sores, pimples, itch, salt rheum,
etc., are evidences of contagions blood dis
ease. It is manifestly a duty to eradicate
blood poison from the system by a nse 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. 0., writer. "I
had running seres on my shoulders and
arms. One bottle B. B. B. cured me entire-
L. Johnson, Belmont Station,Miss,writes.
'■B. B. B. has worked on me like n charm.
My head and body was covered with sores,
and my hair came out, but B. B. II. healed
W. J. Kinnin, Hutchens, Tex., writer “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, Ga, writes: “I know of several
cases of blood disease speedily cured by B.B.
B.' Two bottles curod a lady of ugly scrof.
ulus skin sores.”
W. 0. Birchmoio & Co, Maxcy, Ga,
writer “B. B. B., in curing Mr. Robt. Ward
of blood poison effected one of the most
wonderful cures that ever came to om
Baehtea’a Arnica Naive.
The Best Salve in tho 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 pqy required. It is guar
anteed to give perfect satisfaction, or money
refunded. Price 25 eonta per box. For sale
by S, J. Cassels, ,Drug Store.
Mr. N. H. Frohiichstein, of Mobile, Ala,
writes: I take great pleasure in recommend
ing Dr. King’s Now Discovery for Consump
tion, have used it for a severe attack of
Bronchitis and Catarrh. It gave me Instant
reUel and entirely cared me and I have not
been 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
Trial bottles at S. J.Cassels Drug Stoic.
A Woman’s Discovery.
“Another wonderful .discovery has been
made and that too by a lady in this county.
Disease fastened its clatch upon her and for
seven years she withstood its severest tests,
but her vital organs were undermined and
death seemed imminent. For three months
she conghed incessantly and could not sleep.
She bought a bottle of Dr. King’s New Dis
covery lor Consumption and was so much
relieved on taking the first doso that she
slept all night and with one bottle has been
miraculously cared. Her name is Mrs.
Luther Lutz." Thus writes W. C. Hamrick
& Co., of Shelby, N. C.—Get a free trial
battle at S. J, Cauel’s drug store,
The comfortable and convenient Randall
House, on corner of Dawson nnd Jefferson
streets, will be opened for guests Dec. 1st.
The rooms ore large, airy and Sunny. Prices
moderate for services rendered. For further
particulars apply to the proprietress, *
MRS. M. H. RANDALL,
27novlm Thomasville, Ga.
Notice to Tax Payers and Voters.
Notice is hereby given that the Tax and
Registration books for the year 1889 will
positively closo op Friday, Dec. 20th, at 4
p. m. Can be found at my office in Thop),
asville firom now nntll the close.
P. 8. HEATH, T. 0. & Registrar.
Nor. 20, 1889,
J. N. McilNNON,
At the old stand of Bass A McKinnon, an
nounces to the public that be is prepared to
fill all orders for guano at prices that will
compare favorably with any others, ’and de
sires all who intend buying to give him a
call and get prices. He will handle, espe
cially, the old and fltvorite brands of
#210. J1EBRIMAN & CO.,
at ai jot
And a few tons of a
FOR MELONS, VEGETABLES, Etc.
Other guanos supplied when desired.
GEORGIA, Thomas Couxrv.
Agreeably to an order of the court
ry of Slid county, obtained at tho
term, 1888. wfll be sold at au.
court honse door, on first Tuesday in January'
next, within the teal hours ot.saje, lot number
ton, in the seventeenth district of said county,
ontainlng 250 acres, sold as the property of es-
ate of Jehn G. rittman. Terms cash.
V. O. PITTMAN, Executrix
Nor. 25th, 1889.
G. H. Wyant, the Upholsterer, wonts to
lay Carpeti, Wool at 25 eta, Brussels at $1;
wants to rc-upholstcr your pnflor fornUnre
wants to make over yonr mattresses. Call
at Ainsworth’s Grocery. 28oct3n
THURSDAY, NOV. 28.
America’s Greatest Character Actor,
And the young, beautiful and accomplish^
MISS SAMIET AUSTEN,
Supported by a carefully selected company 1:
the poworfnl 4-act drama.
Guilty Without Crime
: AURORA PLOYD.
The climaxes are startling in the extreme.
Abundance ot Comedy. No drama in the his
tory ot the stage fills all the requirements so
ONE NIGHT ONLY,
Engagement ot the dletlngulshed Tragedian,
Supported by an excellent company In D’En<
aery's powerful 4-act romantic drama,
A play of Interest, and one that touches tho
whole gamut ot human passions.
BEAUTIFUL, PICTURESQUE COSTUMES,
Prices—Orchestra $1; Gallery 60o,
Scats on sale at Held & Culpepper’s Drag
OLD HOFFMAN HOUSE RYE,
Pare and Unadulterated,
For Sale By
2i>» A. F. PREVATT.
The celebrated White Sulphur Springs
Hotel, on the
Route, is now open for winter boarders, with
carpeted rooms and open fire places. Real
comfort guaranteed by
- MRS. J. AVERITT,
dlwnov22 of Thomasville.
TAX AND REGISTRY NOTIOE.
Monday, Dec. 2nd, at 4 o'clock, p. m.,
sharp, is the last day of graco for payment
of city taxes and registration.
JAR F. EVANS, City Tr.
A eoven-room, well furnished house,'on
corner of Crawford and Fletcher streets, for
Rent. Apply on premises, or to Dr. j.f}.
Look out sharply for your interest.
Pickett is going to cut everybody’s
prices this week Groceries roust get
down 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.
CSBER TOE PERSONAL MANAGEMENT 0?
Soctf HI. 1> HABWBTT.
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. Thoso desiring to pnrohase'wiU
do well to loam bis prices and terms.
On Seward street, 2nd. door northwest of
Warren, (next door to the Misses Uhicr.)
The honse and furniture new.
BOOHS COHVOBTABLB ABO SUNNY,
table unexceptionable, Terms moderate.
Apply on tho premises or at the office of
Mitchell & McIntyre.
nov9-3m. . MRS. GEO. OABROLL.
H. H. SANFORD & CO., Proprietors,
This if the proper time to transplant and
set ont all kinds of roses, bulbs, plants and
shrubbery. • We have all kinds of there
plants, Ac., and a first class Landscape Gar
dener, who will attend to the
ont of lawt
plants, &c, _
on notice given us, and wo will take pleas-
are in giving any and all information on tbo
, and of a
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, 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 at. Only 4 blocks
from business centre.
I 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.
6 lots on Chestnut St., 82
ft front, 150 ft deep, to an al
ley, for $i50 each. They are
absolutely worth double' the
money. - ; v .
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. 260
2-year old LeConte pear trees;
fine 04k 3groye 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
St., that wouldmake beautiful
homes. At a reasonable price.
10 fine lots in Fearnside,
covered witli stately pines, at
$250 each. 1 Worth a great
deal more money.
2-acre lot comer Magnolia
and Ltniiwood aves., with new
6-room cottage. The lot all
set with fruit trees, flowers
and shrubbery and will make
a charming home,
• 10-acre tract on Magnolia
ave., '250 to 3OO beautiful pear
trees of different varieties,
flowers and shrubbery. Hand
some new 9-room house in perfect
order; servant’s house, bam
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
sale is gilt edge. I don’t deal
in any other sort. Let me
show it to you and be con
, GEORGE TEAJRK,
l£9Broa9§t., - ThomasyiHe,^