TIIK GAZETTETIFTON, GA., FRIDAY, JANUARY 2!>, 1892.
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The Tifton Gazette.
Tho n\XKTtx la publbhntl evory Fridayjnam
ing nl Tlfwm. Jkirneii Duality, CI<?orjjln* it I* d«-
vm<Ml U) Uib beet Inform of the growing city of
Tifton anil the adjacent wmiUry, ami a* such
asks the support and enconropiuuciit of the i««*
t>to of Berrwn ami contiguous counties,
The fnilNKirlttiimi prtaanr the (MgwrrK ir *W»
per year, 00 cents for nix month*, ami W cents for
three months, payable In advance,
Tim advertising rates of the oakkttk are mu
tunable and will (at fnrnfotind umm application.
Advertising hllla are due after first Innertlonitwl
vrtll Im) proeonted when the money In needed.
(.kHTcsjwmtonna from neighboring towns to so
licited and oommunleatlonn on timely topic* are
always welcome. Always write on one shto of
the patter, ami don't forgot to etieloM your name
a* an evidence of goml faith,
it at the iNNttoHlee, ti- ...
to second class.
matter of the r
, ui'Tfrton, Georgia, a*
Official Organ of Berrien County,
jjfT. Xm.on, Editor.
Hon. John W. Hagan, member of
the legislature from Lowndes county,
hits bid good-bye to the grand old
Won’t Homebody ring the bell on
those editor* who have seized the
Chilean affair for an opportunity to
gag their readers with a lot. of stale
chesniils, most of them on the ne-
The national democratic conven
tion meets in Chicago on Tuesday,
June SI. The indications now are
that the ticket will be Cleveland
and dray and tariff reform the slogan
of the next campaign.
The chances for a tight with the
Chileans, judging from present in
dications, are about us slim as Evan
Howell’s chances for occupying the
gubernatorial chair. The people
.don’t want a war with Chill, nor
do Iho people of Uoorgiu, want iivun
V. to lie governor. W. .1. Northen,
one of the best governors Georgia
over hail, will bo his own successor.
Would it not he well for tho
chairmen of the democratic executive
committees in every comity and dis
triot, to inaugurate a thorough and
systematic plan of organization? ft
is all-important, in this lime when
political liorosies are stalking about
tlic land and claiming a victim hero
ami thorn, that the parly and its
loaders know exactly where they
Col. Snead, of Berried] is quoted
iw saying, In a recent speeoh deliver
ed in Lowndes county, Unit lie
“would to God that wo hud COO Tom
WaUmi’B in congress!” Henry
Snead's friends know him to ho an
inimitable] jester, and roliiso to lake
him seriously in extravagances of
this kind. The a would rather
see 000 Henry Snead’s there. —
Mr. George H. Clarke, recently of
tho !.co County News, at Hniithvllle,
will assist Mr. II. T. Allen to oon-
diiot tho Tifton Oazkttk in the
future. Mr. Clarlui is a young man
of lino ability, possessed of pleasing
inunnort, and will he a great help to
brother Allen in every department
of the paper. * Tho (U/.um; will
How lie as sprightly and vivacious us
u girl of sweet sixteen. -Coffee
The Atlanta Constitution is a
great "Hopper.” Until recently that
paper advocated in strongest terms
tho passage of a free coinage bill',
bill as Hill, its pot. candidate for the
' jHysidmiev, has declared that no
free coinage law should he mmolcd
at tliis session of congress, tho Con
stitution has flopped over, anil now
says no such hill ought to bo passed.
Verily, tho Constitution is a jour
Ilonj. 11. Jtiissoll’s reply to tho
AVuyoross Herald’s prominent Alli-
ttiico editor” Is one of the best arti-
. cles in defense of tho demoorallo
principles wo have read. It. will
learn this republican in alliance rai
ment that ho can poke republican
doctrine to tlui people through an
alliance keyhole; but ho must Imvo a
Nmj'c who he tiuikles for an argument
<)hiU)«mooruls, like Russell, ore
quiet until spurred; but; spur ono if
you want to hear from him.--Doug
“Solomon,” In Die Worth
The Gazhttk has great. fHith that
tho introduction of the new industry
of tobucoo culture in this section
means much to the advancement of
its agricultural interests, and place
our farmers on the high road to in
dependence, provided they do not
neglect theii supply orops.
However, we hope that none of
our farmers will become excited and
grow-tobacco to the neglect of their
other crops; snob a course would
prove disastrous and, at tho same
time, cause a spirit of dissatisfaction
to pervade the people generally as a
result of the present exjicrirnenfc.
An enthusiastic writer offers the
following timely suggestions to those
of our farmers who will make the
experiment in growing tobacco this
year. He is a man thoroughly edu
cated on the subject and knows
what he is talking about, and his
advice is worth careful study and
“ System is the scoret of success,
and in no sense is this more true
than in farming. Don’t bo either
too visionary or skeptical while reas
oning on the results of tobacco grow
ing, and you will not be disappoint
ed when you figure up your loss and
profits. It is only by hard work that
you can ever hope to accompiish any
thing, and one of tho best things a
farmer cun have in his general make
up is perseverance, interspersed with
common sense, and if yon will notice
such an ono they are not ulwuys, but
generally successful in life.
" lliil.lhe farmer who hopes to
come out ahead in the production of
tobacco in lie who makes tho crop
surplus—his money crop in other
words. Ntmly the production of
tobacco, for yon cannot got too much
information on any one subject, cul
tivate it intelligently, and the result
will he both surprising and gratify
ing to yourself.
“ It is but rousonuble to expect
that some one will make a failure, as
the industry is entirely new to a
majority of our farmers, but don’t
lot this make yon sour on the lohao-
do question, ns, probably, the failiiro
wiw the fault of yourself, anil above
all profit by your failure and the
successful experience oT your neigh-’
“ Wo have tho soil arid olimato for
its successful production, and wilt
have iv home market and a warehouse
in time to handle the next crop, so
should there be a failure, don’t put
it on some one else’s shoulders, but
realize that the fault is within your
If ft few of tl»mm hei
Low< i/t\n lull*: ami» half north of Tifton. Aj»-
ply early, iih \iic lint to wine will lie served first,
if. A.HKXroS, lien 1 K*t»f« Agent.
FJ7ft nice large room* up itlalw Jn the Julian
brick l»ulI«lii»K< Alan two ulw* stores just fin- *
lulled in name building. Nine location, J’rices
reasonable. Apply to W, If, IX) VK,
Of FtLIVOOW & Af.KXAXDF.K.
Tifton, Ga„ Jan.», tm.
Here’s a Bargain for Some Man.
A splendid fcritt of lOOsmreti, three uilhw mitth
of Brookfield, the nearest .station on the Urmia-
wick and Western* rail road. There Arc thirty
acres in cultivation •, IhO bearing pear trees;
f ’ood water mid Improvement*. Thu farm can
hi had at ft saerllleo If fold in nextHlxty day*.
Apply to M. A. HKXTON, Heal Kstate Agent.
NEW MAN, NEW GOODS, NEW PRICES.
E. GIB BON,
DEALER IN —-
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Farm for Sale,
I Hnvo on my Hat it choice little fann of ono
hundred acre*, within threo miles of Tifton.
which I offer for the next fifteen day* ftt a great
bargain. Thirty acre* cleared and in fine state
of cultivation. (food water, fruit tree*, et<!,
M. A. HKXTON f Ileal Kstate At’cnt.
Everybody Must Have Food,
And tho very hent place in Tifton to buy your groceries, both staple and fancy, In at the cheap
cash store of * K. G111HON.
.GKOUGIA— IlKRftlK.V (.'OUNTV.
To all whom it may concern! Ixivi Hnjip, ad
ministrator of H. N. Happ, hit« of Miiifl.couiity,
dcceasofl, has applied to the undersigned, In due
form, for totters of dismission from Bald admin
istration, and 1 will pans upon tho taiiiu at my
ofhee in Nashville on the first Monday in May
next. Given under my hand and official /signa
ture, till i January 4,1 mi.
Y. M. 8M1TH, Ordinary.
(iKOlKJIA—Til’ll hip,N County.
To all whom it may concern: H. F. Guthrie
and Moaes <1. Hutton, administrators of the es
tate of H. if, Hutton, Info of aaid county, tla-
pensod. have applied to the undersigned, Indue
form, for lettera of dismission from said admin
istration, and I will push upon their application
at my oflleo in Niudivlllc on tiio first Monday in
May next. Given under my hand and ofliuial
' ‘ •* " * till
signature, this January I,J8M,
M. HMlTIf, Ordinary.
To all whom It may concern s (Ico.'NV. Knight,
administrator on the estafe of Aaron Knight,
late of said county deceased, Iiuh applied to the
onderNlgMed, In proper form, for letters of dis
mission from Ida trust, and 1 will pass upon his
said application at my oHIco in Niumvilto on tho
M<r ‘- ‘ *" *
ilrat Monday in Fchniury next. Witness my liuud
ofliciul signature, this Octolier Jfith, 1HI»1
K. M, HMITlr, ordinary.
To all whom It may concern: MfttlliewTUa»
lmj» fflpjdJed, in proper form, to tho umlerslgned
for permanent letters of administration on the
estate of .lames Murray, late of said county
deceased, and 1 will pass upon said application
at my ollico in Nnstivfllo mi the lirst Monday in
Kchrmiry next. Given under my hand nml ofll-
clal signature, this December 7, lK’.il.
K, M. Smith, Ordinary.
GKOUGIA—limn lift County.
Under and by virtue of an order of the Court
of Ordinary or wild state and county, f will sell
at public outcry, at. the court house door in
Tho Gazette mtilor was in con
versation a few ilnyH since with an
intelligent, gentleman of extensive
travel and wide observation through
out Georgia, and we naturally drift-
oil into a discussion of onr agricul
tural interests, and tho condition in
which tho monetary depression has
left, our farmers.
“What do you think of Berrien,
Ooffse, Colquitt, Irwin and Worth
conntioo from an agricultural stand
point?" was a direct question asked
by the editor.
“They are without, question tho
best in the State. Thu lauds have
to bo fertilized, hut that is true of
evory portion of the Stale, and 1
know of no section whore fertiliza
tion pays u handsomer dividend than
in these counties. ”
“ And tho condition of tho farm
ers of llieso oountios as compared
with those of other sections?’ 1
“ Their condition is 100 per cent,
abavo any i know of in the State. It
is true they are experiencing the
hardest, dullest times they hnvo
Known for many years; still, com
paratively speaking, they Imvo no
conception of wlmt Imrd times
mean. They should congratulate
themselves; the condition of the
farmers in other portions of Georgia
abundantly illustrates the fact that
could bo muoh worse off than
‘There arc fewer outstand-
ntnong the farmers of
in any other por-
NiimTivIIIo, llorritm County Georgia, between tho
logui hours of aalc, on t.lio flrat Tuesday in Kel>-
iary next, tho follrwi ‘ '
Tint iamiH Iwtooging
inary next, tho following nroimrty, to-wlt
' ' ' ' 'ng Ut tiio QBtato of K. J. Con-.
noli, Into of said county dooousod, the «\mo being
1W1 acrim of lot f.f luiiil No. 274, in the 101 h dis-
brief, of wtld county. Terms—made known on tliu
d«) of mile. Thin December V?»/, Wit.
,!. K. CONNKI.I., Admlnialmtor.
Borrion County Bailiff’s Sales
GKOUGIA likhillkn County,
Will l»o Hold lieforo the court Iioubo door hi the
town of NaahvlUo, Buhl Htnto nml county, be
tween tiio legal ItonrH of aalc on the flint Tueaday
In Ktltrmtry next.tiio followingproporty, to-wlt:
Twelve liuiidred and fifty potindMof long atnpie
iton In tho Hcetl. levied on aa tho propert.; '
M. I», KiingKdnfe fi.v virtue of a mortgage ft,
homed from U/wndna county court In favor of
the Allintiy KertlllMtruntl Karin Improvement Co,
agalimt Bald M. D. (jingHilule. Property pointed
out in 'Mild f). f». Thin imeon/bor 17, iwi.
A Iho, ut the Hnmo time>nnd place, one roan col
ored horao named Dan, elglit yeaia old: 7b IiubIi-
ela or corn more or lonti, 1,000 pmimla fodder more
or Ichb and 50 IiuhIioIm of Hweet. potiitoer more or
ton*, levied on an the property of 1), M. WIIIIh
by virtue of a mortgage II. fa., Jhhuo(I from l»er-
rien county court in favor of J. /,. KMiottagntnAb
Hrtid D. M. WIIIIh. Properly pointed out In Haiti
fi. fit. ’Mila December 4, l«»f.
O. It. IsUKK, County Jhtliid.
Borriori County Sheriff’s Sale
Will la- Hold before the court hmtso door In tho
town of NaHhvJiJe, »:iid Bt»t« and county, within
the legal bourn of Hale, on tho tlrnt Tuesday in
February next, the following property, tihwit:
One 10x20 Watertown It. It. Knglue,ono4n 11,1*.
lie turn Tubular Ihdler, ono KlngHlund & Doug
ina's Haw Mill, Hawn, Itolta and FixturoH located
at Mm 124 lullo-poai, on the Georgia Houtlieru and
Florida railroad. levied on tut tiio property of
II. J. ParrUh, .1. II. CheHiiutt, ct at., toantiHrya
lion lb f/». fancied from ftorrlen Hu parlor Court In
favor of the Watertown Hteam Kuginu Co. Hald
property pointed In Hnld It. fa. December 7.1891.
Alan, at tho name time and place, one lot of
land, containing Blx aorcH, more or Iphh, known
a* block C." and fronting four hundred atul
twenty feet, more or lean, on Colquitt street and
vanning hack nix hundred and thirty feet, more
or Icmh, to Wildcat brwnch. AIho one lot or laud,
containing three nere», more or less, being tiio
tn.nh l>air of block mindior :t, fronting about six
hundred and thirty feet on oald Colquitt Btroct
ami extending nonrh about two hundred and ten
feet to lamia of ll. !,. Parrish) said lot em.-loerd
with plank fence. AIho one lot of land known ah
number ll, of block “P.” fronting on Centro
street about one hundrod nml twenty feet nml
extending back two hundred and ten foot to tho
Wildcat, branch, and the ImprovenumtH thereon.
AIho one lot of land containing one aero, more or
Ichh, fronting south on Main Htroet adopt two
hundred and ten fret nml oxtending north about
two hundred nod ten feet to the mudxof J.J.
Klneath, hounded on the east bv bind of Dock
Alderman and west b> land of II. !•• Parrish.
AIho one lot of land oii the northwest corner of
Cleveland and Main streets, fronting thirty feet
on Main street and ninety feet on Cleveland
street. Also lot uuudior one in block “tl. M on
tho southwest corner of Main and Goodman
streets, fronting sixty feet on Main street and
thirty fort on Goodman street. All of said lots
of laud sltunte, lying and lielug in the Miwn of
Hparkft, said Htate and county. Ism led on as the
nropertypf ,1. ll. llownn to satisfy a Mortgage 11
ih. Issued from llerrien Ru|Htriof Court In fftvoi
of John Flannery Co, Devemher l, 1801.
DAN1K1, W. T1BON, Hhorlit ll.f.
TIFTON. - GEORGIA
€. A. WILLIAMS. Proprietor,
J. T. BOYD & BR0.,
I Dcndquarlers for
|)YKH, TIN W A UK, CROCKERY,
GflUi AND H1YCRKAM
i KlCi, file.
J.M.& s; L
Officjes-RooIiib 2 <uul 0j
brick building. ",
Can ho found In their offices
16th of each month, the residue
« e voted to country patients—ftt
TOBACCOS, CIGARS, ETC.
Clark Bros. Old Stand, - - - TIFtON, GEORGIA.
J. W. & D.
COBDKt.lt, - OKOIlOtA.
Offii'k—Dank DuUtUng, ltoohi Xo. t. u)> atalra.
DR. J. A. MoCREaT
Physieiafx and Surgeon,
y.. UFTON, - aEqnorA,
ITompt attention given to caltoi day or night.
KiT’Orru/K at residence. 2-tf.
All Must Have Raiment.
a best drives In lailles’ summer dross goods (a new and handsome stock lust wwlved), white and
yellow homcspttns, ginghams, prints, jeans, etc., is at the cheap chaah store of Ji. GUiSOX.
Fresh stock of confections, the best floor In town, sjSondld line of
trunks at figures unprecedented in Tifton.
COUNTRY PRODUCE BOUGHT AND SOLD.
Call and see me and examino my goods.
8-tf. E. GIBSON.
DR. J. C. GOODMAN,
Physician and Surgeon,
TIFTON, -. QEomilA.
OrncK—Jloom In tho Tifton Drug Btore.
tST* Tliauklng tho pahllc for Its past liberal
patronage ami solicit a continuation of tho same.
— THIS SPACE BELONGS TO —
E. P. BOWEN & BRO.
DEALERS IN —
FARMERS’ SUPPLIES A SPECIALTY.
Country Produce Bought and Sold.
IlijflioHt cob]i prices prices paid for chickens and eggs, and fann products
generally. Give us a call when you come to Tifton with anything to sell.
1 ill 10 111 ILL OF OUR coins,
Thanking tho public for a generous patronage in tho past, we earnestly
Bolieit a continuance of tho same in the future,
E. I 3 . BOWEN & BRO,
Near tile B. & W. Depot, TIFTON, GA.
.TUumiture for the iParlor,
.■Furniture for the Bed Room,
Furniture for tho Kitchen,
Furniture of A.11 Kinds.
I have the largest and beet stock of FURNITURE of every stylo and
kind to ho found in Berrien county or in tliis section of Georgia, and will
not bo ‘undersold by any house in the State.
Before buying Furniture of any kind, give inc a call. It will pay you
W. A.. HENDERSON,
. Parks Building, TIFTON, GA.
JOHN C. HIND,
Contractor and Builder,
ALL KINDS OF WOODWORK DONE ON
13?“ Blaus and specifications furnished on application.
DR. N. PETERSON
Physician 'and Stirgeon.
OmcK-ln Julian brick building.
Ail calls promptly responded to Uayotjntght.
DR. G. C. LANEY.
Physieian and Surgeon
jryUI.TIilE, - GKOUGIA.
Offers liii Services to the people of Colquitt i
and adjacent counties. m
tayOFFic/K in new drug store. W
G; A WHITAKER,
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW AND INSURANCE AGENT,
VALDOSTA, - GKOUGIA.
Legal btiftiness BoUcftecI and gfvim prompt *fc-
Bntion. . . ,
t.ir*OPFiur-Harrell Building, Room. JSfii v
FULWOOD & ALEXANDER,
LAW, REAL ESTATE AND COLLECTIONS,
TIFTON, - GKplifilA.
Prompt attention given to all legal business.
gjr*()KFiOK—Love Building, Room No. 1.
JOHN A, WILKES,,
Attorney - at -Law,
ADEI,, - GKOUGIA. ( k
Will ptnctioo in all the counties of the Southern
Judicial C'ireitit of Georgia, fipec/al attention
directed to all branches of the profession and
general businetts solicited. 8-ly.
H. A. Y0UMANS,
' Tifton, Georgia,
—- DEALER IN
Jewelry, Etc., Etc,
Special attention given to Electric
I also moke a spocinlty of repairing
tine and complicated watclieB
Satisfaction guaranteed. Give mo s
trial. ’ H. A, YOUMANS.
u | qu-armJ'
J '' n *“ O' —
James Z. Elliott,
Hn* J'Wl opened n splendid lire of fall and winter goods, uonahling of D>y Gooda.
Dreas OooiIb, N’ctiona, llomocti.s, Slioea and Hats, Vancp and Family Groceries,
Tobaccos, Vicars, Hardware, Crockery, srsd, In fact, everything connected with a
tlrs'.clasB slock of— .
G e it e v ft l M e r c It a It dise.
Thanking the people of Berrien and-Colquitt counties for their pu.1 liberal pet-
ronage l oolicit a cotnimumc-i of the same, f will continue to gtre my customers
the lie»l go-.iiU for the least possible money), and pay them the highest price, for
their eottou and other produce, ...
A ' ' Respcctfolly, .
<»« O-JZ, EI.I.IOTT, *p,u-k», aa.
For«)• by W. A. !lt.NI«EHHO.\,Tltt™,G»..
We hav« imjrhaaedl
t Vn Automntio .Rltfo
get W. Beftctt slje riil.ue
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