THE DAILY TIMES-ENTERPRISE.
JOHN THII’LETT, - - • Editor.
S. B. BURR, • Business Manager.
THURSDAY, DECEMBER a, 1S8P.
Ohio's Election Contest.
Columbus, O., Dee. 4.—\V. A.
Marquis today filed the necessary
papers, contesting the othceof lieuten
ant governor, upon L. L. Lainpson,
who has 'li majority,
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Mr. Davis’ Condition Unchanged.
New Olti.r.ANs, Dec. 4.—Idlers m
Davis' condition to-day is about the
same as it has been for the past two
days, no change eithi r way. The fact
that he has had no fever for fm-ty
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Sullied to eliange by sneeial arraiif “ment
K. II. until. IlnvIneKK VIuliaBer.
The congressman who said, while
listening to Harrison’s message: ‘'ll
sounds like Cleveland, must have
been in a muddled slate of mind, the
result, probably, of the quality and
effect of the liquor sold in vice-presi
dent Morton’s bar, in \\ ashiugton.
The idea of the message sounding like
Cleveland! It is preposterous. Cleve
land concentrates more statesmanship,
patriotism and wisdom in a dozen
lines, than the grand-son of his grand-
daddv has put in the 1,11000 words
used in the message. Harrison’s head
is too little for his hat.
Ole E. Larsen, of Brooklyn, refus
ed at administer mediciue to his little
boy, saying t.lip.t it was God’s wish
that the child should have diphtheria,
and it was not his place to interfere.
Mr. Larsen has been arrested, and
his hoy is in charge of a benevolent
There are too many religious crank?
in the country charging disasters,
deaths and accidents- to God. Man
is, largely, responsible for these things
The Disabilities of Mr. Davis-
The Evening Capital (independent)
contains the following editorial under
the caption “With Malice Towards
None, With Charity to All.” It
This is the first congress of the
second century of the republic ami it
ia republican. A republican congress
may do things a democratic congress
dare not. This is largely owing to
the fact that some -years ago the dem
ocratic majority .went away and stay
ed; Away for 24 years. Then it
came back and since that time there
were some things it dare not do. There
was a war duiiuir that time, but it is
believed now very generally, outside
of a narrow political margin, that the
war is over. The union is restored,
and it includes over sixty million of
citizens. There is one who is not a
citizen. A man of ability and dis
tinction, he was too, high tip in the
affairs of state and in the confidence
of his people, and of the people’s rep
resentatives. Yet lie went astray.
Others did likewise and have come
back to the fold. But the war is
over. This man without a country
is to-day dying. He is the at eh rebel,
the arch rebel, if you will. He is
Jeff Davis. Has the republican party
in congress the courage to remove his
.disabilities ? Is there a republican on
the floor of.that house who will offer
a resolution making Jeflerson Davis a
citizen of the United States? We
are making no recommendations. We
are merely asking a question; suggest
ed by the news from Beauvoir.
A republican congress will hardly
dare do justice to Mr. Davis. After
all it matters little with the dying old
man and the southern people whether
radical hate pursues Jeff Davis into
his grave or not. Ho is amenable to
God, not to the republican party, for
the role be lias played on earth. The
bitter shafts of malice and hate which
have been hurled at Mr. Davis for
the past twenty-live years, have fallen
harmless at his feet. Now and then
he has hit hack—and hit back hard.
He is embalmed in the affections of
the people whom he served so faith
fully, and for whom he has suffered
so much, and he cau view, with com
placcncy, if not with indifference, the
assaults of men whose records for
patriotism and purity pale before the
spotless record which he will leave as
a heritage to his family and country.
It is not generally the girl with the
most beaux who gets married first.
It is the little, grave, demure girl
who sits in the corner with one young
man and hangs on to him.—Somer
We oft hear mentioned, a- we pass through
The moled husband and the model wife;
Bat, fad to Bay, wc very seldom see
The two residing in one family.
eight hours is looked upon as an en
couraging indication by his physicians-
The Constitution voices the senti
ments of the .South iu noticing the
President's message, when it says:
“We need not say that there is tM
a spark ot statesmanship or ol genu
ine patriotism in the message. It i-
the production of a mind, narrow,
bigoted, egotistical and provincial.
And vet it is important in one sense.
It is a warning—a storm signal. The
democratic party must get together.
The south must prepare itself for this
last republican attack.
Hit Him Again.
Pledger made an incendiary speech
in Albany a few nights ago, and at its
close Jack Outlaw, an Albany darkey,
arose to reply, hut the negro audience
refused to listen. A few stayed to
hear him, and lie attacked Pledger's
methods with gloves off, saying:
"This nigger Pledger ain’t nothing
but a bar room bum from Atlanta,and
he’s come here to stir up strife. .Some
time ago he sent down here for us to
raise some money fbr this league busi
ness he’s gettiu’ up, and we raised $78,
but some niggers put the money in
their pockets and thats the last of it.
You niggers who’s got good plantations
go ’long, and let Pledger’s ’lone. He’s
not gwine do you any good.” Ex.
Attorney (to juror)—“Have you
at within the last six months paid
I §2,000 of the old debts that was
itlawed years ago ?”
Attorney (triumphantly)—“I ehal-
nge him for cause. He is insane."
The profession of rat-catching has
not yet been invaded by women.—
Burlington Free Press.
(Jglr, pnlufnli blotchfil. malicious. No
rc«t by ilny. no pence br nigh*. Doriorn
nntl nil reroc«lien fnilnl. Tried Cullen-
rn. JEffecl Jlnrrellous. 8nreu Him life.
Cured by Cuticura
Our elilo-t chilli, nmv six years of airc, when
an infant six months ole' was attacked with a
virulent, malignant akin disease. All ordinary
remedies taiiinp.we called our iamily physician
who attempted to cure it; hut it spread with al-
•nogt Incredible rapidity, until the lower por-
tionof the little fellow's person, lroin the mid
dle of hia back down to his knees, was one solid
rash, uirlv, painful, blotched and malicious. A\e
had no rest at night* no peace hvday. Finally,
we wore advised to try the Cuticura Hen odies.
The effect was simply marvellous. In three or
four weeks a complete cure was wrought, leav
ing the little fellow’s person as white and healthy
as though he had never been attacked. In my
opinion your valuable remedies saved his life,
and to-day he Is a strong, healthy child.perfect
lv well, no repetition of the disease having ever
occurred. GEO. II. SMITH,
Att’y at Law and Ex-l’ros. Att’y, Ashland,O.
Boy Covered With Scabs.
Mv hoy, ftgod nine years, has been troubled all
hia life by a very had humor, which appeared all
over his body in small, red blotches, with a dry
white scab on them. Last year lie was worse
than ever, being covered with scabs from the
op of hia’ lieaiT to hi* feet, and continually
growing worse, although he had been treated by
two phosleians. As a last resort, I determined
to try the Cuticura Remedies, and am happy to
sav they did all that I could wish. Using them
according to direction, the humor rapidly dis
appeared, leaving the skin fyirand smooth, and
performing a thorough cure. Tim Cuticura
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worth their weight in gold.
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A Aching Sides and Back, Hip, Kidney,
£1 and Utarine Pains, Rheumatic, Sciatic,
Neuralgic, Sharp and Shooting Pains,
ill relieved in one wiuiile by the Cu
ra Anti-I'nln Pli»*fer. 25 cts.
lentlemen wanting fin ‘ mnl good goods,
d work and fit m execution of garment!
I find it to their interest to call and see
up stair?, over Doctor Cassels’drug store,
imasvilie, <ia. Cleaning and repairing
e at Bliort notice.
The Marshall House,
THE PRIDE AND OLD TIME FAVORITE
HOTEL OF HAVANNAII.
r\DEU THE PERSONAL MANAGEMENT OP
octf fl.L MAWNETT.
Look out sharply for your interest.
Pickett is going to cut everybody’s
prices this week Groceries must ’get
down so’s people can live.
I have just got up from New York.
C iine :uni see me. I have “some
thing sweet to tell you.
IS. A. BASS.
About the -atiack '—so-called — of the W.C.
T. l\, «t it? recant Chicago convention on
VICE - PRESIDENT MORTON,
Soos ho Soop & S-vlooa?
.Scii'l live cents lor “Daily Union Signal’ Xo.
5. It also tells all ab >'<it
Iowa Withdrawing Thirteen Delegates
Semi fifteen cents for all live copies of the
-Daily I’nion Signal,” or 20 cents tor “Con
vention Xumber’’ and “The Dailies.” Noth
ing kept back. The exact words of dele
gates and officers taken down. Intensely
interesting. Don’t rely on what you read in
bitterly partisan dailies, but first read the
stenographic report ot facts and statements,
and then make your inferences.
The Woman’ll Temp. Pub. Au’n,
161 I.n Nolle At., Chicago, 111.
Will be sold, on the first Tuesday In January,
1800. before the court house door, in the town or
Thomasville, Thomas Co., Georgia, the follow
ing property to-wlt: 400 1-2 acres, more or lew.
of lot of land No. 281 in the 13th district of
Thomas county. Also 355 acres, imoreorless,
of lotofland So. 318, in the 13th district of
Thomas county. All sold as the property of tho
estate of Dan ’McIntyre, deceased, late of said
eounty. S. L. HAYES,
Administrator de bonis dou.
Notice of Dissolution.
The firm of G. E. Clewis A Bro., is this
day dissolved by mutual consent. G. E.
Clewis will continue the business and assume
all liabilities and retain the assets of the
late firm. G. E. Clf.wis,
novlff-OOd. John Clewis.
Tbs M Ik
AND PENINSULAR R. R.
(Formerly the F. R. Co.)
Offers increased facilities this season for travel
to Florida, as in addition to its popular co an ac
tion the Louisville and Nashville ft. R. at Rtrer
Junction, and Fernandina, Callahan aid Alta
Oak connections, it ha« arranged, with the
GEORGIA SOUTHERN AND FLORIDA,
The Sniunnec Rircr Route t» fleridi,
For quick service from the North and North
west, via Lake City.
The Florida Central and Peninsular It. It Is
the great artery of travel through the flneiv
parts of Florida, traversing 24 counties frem
Uadaden on the west, to Duval on the east, aa«
south to Do Soto, all in their richest pertiene
It runs through tho Middle Florida Region ef
Where are the tine old farming lands, end Ihe
Tobacco Farms, (reached by no other line) eerae
of them conducted on a large scale. Here are
Quincy, Tallahaaaae, the capital, Meutiealla
Madison and other towns, from whose cemfert
able, ample dwellings, reposing La a fertile
country, is coming a renewed energy te enplej
the resources lavished about them.
Stretching down through tho Peach f Gentry
of Baker, Bradford, Alachua and Levy ceantiea
through t’c prosperous Strawberry Farms
I.awtey, Starke and Waldo—perhaps superior
in profit to the Orange grove—it goes throggh
the heart of the state, penetrating some ef tie
.finest groves, one body being
70,000 Full Bearing OrangeTreea
passing nearly a mile between them, maklnf
its way southward to the Gulf and to the mere
tropical regions of the State,
In all portions of the state.lt roaches potatsef
Wakulla Springs in the west, the SnwneBeeRit
or, as beautiful and romantic as It it fametis.
Silver Springs in the Lake Region, and the lakes
themselves, with their surroundings of rellivf
land, interspersed with pleasant homes with
groves sloping to tho clear lake fronts.
By means of this road you can raosl readily
Huntinff and Fishing Grounds.
Of the state. Tarpon flahing has af late at
tracted unusual attention from enterprising
sportsmen. We are shortest line to thla repten.
The settler will find on Its line of road a great
er opportunity for varied selection af laadtbah
any other in the state—from lightest aoils tw
those underlaid with clay and marl, aad of rich
est hammock .—whether for regular mixed fann
ing, ftock or dairy fanning, peach et strawber
ry culture, orange groves or vegctablo gardens.
The tourist wUI be gratified with its sceaery,the
health seekor on its amplo route can And some
spot adapted to his wants. On the hard clay
roads of Middle Florida, the horseman
will travel with comfort and pleasure, amd the
Florida Central & Peninsular is the
of old. Send for map Folder, containing tlie
best map of Florida published, to
A, O. MacDonell, GT Pass. Act.,
N. 8. Pennine*tow, Jacksonville,Fla.
D. E. Maxwell, General Manager.
An election will bo held on the first Saturday
in December, in tho following territory of
Thomas county, viz: all that portion of the
county cast of the Ochlockonee river, and south
of the S. F. & W. Ry; the northern boundary of
said tract being the northern boundary of the
right of way of said railway, and bounded as
follows: On the north by the S. F. & W. Ry;
on the east by Brooks county; on the south uy
the Florida line, and on the west by the Och-
lockoneo river. All free holders, who are legal
voters in Georgia, and who are resi
dents of that section of the county
above described, are entitled to vote at said
election. The election shall be held under the
rules governing elections for the General As
sembly, except that the polls shall be closed at
3 p. ui. The election will be held at the voting
place in each precinct, except that fraction of
the Thomasville district; it will he hold at the
court house. Each voter shall have printed ot
written on his ticket: “For Stock Law,” or
“Against Stock Law.”
The returns shall he made to the Ordinary of
Thomas county, who shall canvass and consoli
date the same, and declare the result by publi
cation in papers of said county.
158 Broad St.,
Mitchell House Block
L. F. THOMPSON k GO.,
No. 131 BROAD STREET,
Thomasville, - Ga,
GALL OS SETS TQB,
L F. Thompsen & C#.
Ham! Good, sweet ham,at way down
prices, at Pickett’s. See him.
75 cents doz. for sweet corn in a lb
cans at Pickett’s,
Sugar still declines. Go to Pickett’s
cash store and get 13 lbs granulated
for $1. ‘‘Watch them slide.”
Cash groceries bound to win. Watch
the figures at Pickett’s.
You lire feeling depressed, your appetite
is poor, you are bothered with Headache,
you arc fidgety, nervous, and generally out
of sorts, and want to brace up. Brace up,
but not with stimulants, spring medicines,
or bitters, which hare for tlieir basis
»ery cheap, bad whiskey, and which stim
ulate you foran hour, then in worse condition
than before. What you want is r.n alterative
that will purify your nlood, start healthy
action of Liver and Kidneys* restore your
vitality,and give renewed health and strength
Such a medicine you will find in Electric
Bitters, and only 50 cents a bottle at S. J.
Cassels’ Drug Store,
Probably nothing has caused such a general
revival ot trade at S. J. Cassels’ Drug Store
as their giving away to tlieir customers of
bo many free trial bottles of Dr. King's New
Discovery for Consumption. Their trade is
simply enormous in this very valuable ar
ticle from the fact that it always cures and
never disappoints. Coughs, Colds, Asthama,
Bronchitis, Croup, and all throat and lung
diseases quickly cured. You can test it
before buying by getting a trial bottle free,
large size fl. Every bottle warranted.
All parties to whom I engaged the early
oat for seed, arc notified tlint I am ready to
deliver the same The yield having proven
better than I expected, 1 can also furnish a
few other parties. Apply as soon a? possi
ble, if you would he supplied. It is the best
early oat that I ever planted, and yielded
more than the old reliable rust proof oat last
season. J- T. CHASTAIN.
Inherited Ulood Poison.
How many people there are whose dis
tress from sores, aches, pains and eruptive
tendencies are due to inherited blood poison.
Bad blood passes from parent to child, and
it therefore is the duty of husband and wife
to ktep their blood pure. This is easily
accomplished by a timely use of B. B. B.
(Botanic Blood Balm). Send to the Blood
Balqi Co., Atlanta, for hook of most con
James Hill, Atlanta, Oa., writes: “My
two sons were afflicted with blood poison,
which doctors said was hereditary. They
both broke out in sores and eruptions which
B. B. B. promptly controlled and finally
Mrs. S. M. Williams, Sandy, Texas, writes:
“My three poor afflicted children, who in
herited blood poison, have improved rapidly
after it use of B. B. B. It is a Godsend."
J. B. Wilson, Gleu Alpine Station, N. C.,
Feb. 13, 1(183, writes: “Bone and blood
poison forced me to hnvc my leg amputated,
and on the stump there came a large ulcer,
which grew worse every day until doctors
gave me up to die. I only weighed 120
pounds when I began to take B. B. B., anil
12 Kittles increased my weight to 180
pounds nnd made me sound and well. I
never knew what good health was before.'^
THE THOM ASYILEE Cll/X WORKS,
One door from Watts,Jackson St., is now
fully supplied with ail kinds of Sporting
Goods, Guns, Pistols, Fishing Tackle, Am
Always on hand nnd loaded to order,at short
notice and on reasonable terms.
Of all kinds on guns, pistols, Ac., executed
in tkc best style, and satisfaction guaranteed.
Gl'lfS FOR RENT
At reasonable termi, to responsible parties,
Formerly of Philadelphia, will Open her
houst for the season,
Monday, Dseember 2nd.
C«r«ir Warrea and Ravrurd ftfreeta*
3dlm THOM AS VI Els E, OA.
Stenographer and Type-Writer.
Mr. Joseph U. Dreyer offers his services to
the public as a stenographer ata \jpe-wnter
All work promptly don* and satisfaction
gtaranteed’ Apply to or address,
JOS. M. DREYER,
At M«Intyre A McIntyre’s effic*.
131£ Broad Stretfc
J. S. IONTGHERY.
Real Estate Agent,
Office iter Iicid k Culpepper's Ora; Store, Broad St.
I am now prepared to buy or sell, forother
parties, all kinds of town or country real
estate, and hare 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
H. H. SANFORD & GO., Proprietors.
This is the proper time to transplant and
set out all kinds of roses, bulbs, plants .and
shrubbery. We hare all kinds of these
plants, Ac., and a first class Landscape Gar
dener, who will attend to the proper laying
out of lawns, gardens, yards, Ac., and of all
plants, Ac, Plans and estimates will be made
on notice given us, and we will take pleas
ure in giving any and all information on the
nov24tf II. If. SANFORD A CO.
Bncklea’a Aiaicu Salve.
The Best Salve in the World for Cuts
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever
Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains
Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and positively
cures Files, or no pay required. It is guar
anteed to give perfect satisfaction, or money
refunded. Price 25 cents per boi. For sale
by S, J. Cassels, Drug Store.
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 St., 105
ft front, 200 ft deep, to an al
1 lot on Dawson St., 103 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 $i50 each. They are
absolutely worth doublej 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 coiporate limits. The
S., F, & W‘ railroad is the
west boundary, nearly all in
cultivation. Some fine timber.
Price low enough considering
the fine location.
5 1-2 tract corner Magnolia
ave. and Maple st. 2 tenant
houses; all under fence. 200
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 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
$250 each. Worth a great
deal more money.
2-acre lot corner Magnolia
and Linnwood aves., with new
5-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 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
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
158 Broad St„ - Thomasville, Ga