TI1K (JAZCTTE; TlbTONj GA., FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 18‘)2.
"he Tifton Gazette.
i\ilt titTifton. JkriYcii oouu* v, Georgia. Hi* «U»r
• Xotcd to tliu boat InteroM ox thu glowing city of
'J’lfton and Mus ftdjaooul country, und u» ouch
Mk» thu support und encouragement of the Jkjo*
|ito of Jkirrfeii und contlgtioiiM uountic*.
.The rndwilptlon price of the Oa/.kttk If 9 LOO
AKbTTK I* piddjhluul ovwy KriduV mom*
“ "* ** fen county, Georgia. 11 la "
|>or year, 60 cent* for six months, und 2fl««nt* for
Jiroemonth*, puyuhlu In advnnco.
The advortlmng rate* of the (Iaxkttk aro rea*
eonaldo and will ho furnished upon application.
Advertising hill* aro duo after drat Inwotlmi and
■will lie presented whim thu money U nueilcd.
Corrufl|Niudenuo from iiuighborlng l
• mwnwH-j —'— A tOWlI* I* so
licited and oumiHunloatloiiM on timely topic* aro
hlvvuy* welcome. Alwuy* write on ouu aide of
“ * " ‘tfOTBO
tlio paper, und don't forget to eholoM your numd
' an evldei
Jencu of Km id fiiiih.
Kntnrcd at the pontofllcc, at Tifton, Georgia, aa
juall matter of thu aeootid oJuh*.
Ofllcial Oman of Berrien County.
B. T. ADDON, Editor.
■■ Nuwn mid VlevvH.
In the death of Ilev. (J. II. Spur
geon, flic Baptist ileiioriiimition anil
itho Christum world at largo suffers
*u> ulinost irreparable loss.
These are political time*, when
democrat* cannot afford to com-
jiroiniae their faith in the slightest
degree. Those wlio are not for dpm-
.ooruoy are encinie* and should be
treated as such.
It is the policy of the republican
parly in the South to tuck on to ev
ery movement that give* promise of
it disruption of the democratic party.
’Tlml's' why Georgia republicans are
itll siicli warm third partyltcs.
The Oa/.httk agrees with the
Gordon Press, relative to the presi
dential njiniimtlon, “It is neither
good policy nor good democracy to
vllllfy one staiineh democrat in or
der to boost the pronpcoti of another.
Congressman Walson lmselteoUml-
ly cooked Kill tor Howell’s guberna
torial goose, and it iH now in order
for the latter Id assert that thu afore
said goose was loo lean for his as
piring ambition anyway, ilia Hut-
lock coiiimissioii and lies Moines
speech will over be Editor Howell’s
“gliosis in the closet.”
Hon. Hill Humphries of Brooks
county, lolls Hie Atlanta Constitution
that “thu people of south Georgia
are not In favor of Mr. Ulovelntld”
as the democratic nominee for presi
dent. This limy he true of Mr.
Humphries’ narrow hniliwiok but—
south Georgia is rather a larger scope
of country than thu Hop. 11. evi
dently thinks it is when he ventures
to speak for It.
Thu fame of the Uakkttk us ii
model country newspaper Ims gone
abroad, fur und wide, mid excliuugo
propositions are coming in from
bretlirun in every portion of Nori.li
and Mouth Oarollim, Georgia, Klori-
.da slid Alabama. Now, if the broth-
roll are really in earnest about ex
changing with tlm (1 A/.B'LTM, to sue
wlmt a model country newspaper is,
they iiiiihI. "oilip ill” Slid uomplimuiil.
the proprielor will) u Hoe porfeoting
jiiuss, for such a iimuhiue would lie
required lo print the largo edition
necessary, if they aro iinwfiliug lo
lie so generous, they must think of a
Washington huudpross and be eon
tent to live wllhc'il having their
ltcvlslng the Jury Boxes,
The Gaxkttk last week, in inves
tigating the question of revising thu
jury boxes, got hold of (he old law
prior to 1878, and was thereby led
into several errors.
Under the act of 1878 the board
of jury commissioners is comprised
of six persons appointed by the
judge of tlio sujicrior court. The
work of revising occurs biennially
on the first Monday in August or
within thirty days thereafter. The
olerk of tlio Superior Court acts us
clerk of thu board of commissioners.
It is true, us stated last week,
there is no difference in the qualifl-
lion of grand und petit jurors, hut
they are kept in different boxes.
The luw requires the jury com
missioners, in making the revision,
“to Kcicot from the books of the tax
receiver upright und intelligent men
to serve aa jurors, and shall write
the iiniucs of Much persons so select
ed on tickets.” From the jiersons
thus selected the jury commission
ers aro required to select “u sulli-
uieut number, not exceeding two-
fifths of Ilia whole number, of the
most experienced, intelligent und
upright men, to serve as grand jti-
■ors,” und these uru placed in the
grand jury box. The remaining
names are placed in the petit jury
Then, under this law governing
the revising of the jury boxes, tlio
Gazuttk can explain the complaint
—that tlio names of persona who
served as grand jurors in tlio spring
term of 181)0 urc tailed in the spring
of 1802 to serve us petit jurors—in
but one way, tlio jury commissioners
have changed their minds us to the
fitness of these persons to serve us
From ux-Olork Goodman trie O.v-
/.BTTB learns that at the last revis
ion one Uiotisiuiil Hallies were select
ed from the hooka of the lax re
ceiver—four hundred of these were
selected us grand jurors, imd I he re
maining six hundred for petit ju
rors. Tills explains why tile names
of persons who served on the jury in
IHIIO are not in the jury box now—
the thousand names were selected Is
fore their names wore readied.
The Gaxkttk is not prepared to
explain why the commissioners lim
ited the number of persons subject
to jury duty to one thousand,
Silfo mill Hellalilo.
“In buying a cough medicine for dill
drou," says II. A. Walker, a prominent
druggist of Ogdon, Ulsli, "iievor ho
afraid to buy Ohnmliorlaltt'a Oougli lloni-
ody, Tliuru Is no danger from It, and
r.dluf In alv .ys suru la follow I Pintle-
daily recommend Olinmlierlaln's be-
e.UUHU 1 have found it tu ho safe and
rolluldu.” 1W mid r,0 cent bottles for
sale by tlio Tifton Drug Store, and Pe
ters A llelnte, Cecil.
Tlio ,1 itry |,lata.
Just how a democrat cun follow
the lead of 0. (J. Post Into tlio
tim'd party camp is truly mystify
ing. He is a deep dyed-in-the-wool
republican, always was and always
will be; lie came to Georgia six
years ago it republican, luw voted
the republican tic.tet ever since;
there is no disguising the fact that
Ids piesout efforts arc in behalf of
the republican party. .Should lie
succeed in demoralising thu dpmcc-
raoy of .Georgia thu national repub
lican ,committee will reward him
with u fut oiUco, if not a round
mull of money. His advocacy of the
third pwly means much for Post,
blit very little to the democrats who
follow his lead.
Chairman Atkinson, of tlm Stale
•Democratic JjJxeouiivo Committee,
luw issued a call for a meeting of
tiie committee at the state oapltoj at
Atlanta at 10 o’olook a.
Wednesday, March a, JM-J, The
purpose ol‘ the meeting, iw expressed
in tlio cull, is to determine tlm time
und place for the meeting of the
State Convention mid Hie basis ot
reprosemuhiou .therein; md lo take
tomb other action iw may be necessary
to further the inteiests of the party
in Georgia, Mr. Atkinson is very
positive of the importance of an
early meeting of the convention ami
the inauguration of a plan of system
atic mid thorough organisation of
. It 10 pnrUhjyigiawflioui tho State, ami
W. It. Morris,
■). II. Ilomlluy,
II, P. Moure, Hr.,
if. C. linker,
(I. A. Parrish,
.1. U. Ornyiion,
K. M. Hhaw,.lr,,
T. I,. Marphoy,
■T. W. Put,ill,
Jamas T. Wilkes,
Joel W. Parrish,
W, Henry (Iriffln.
It. !,. Wells.
.1. 8. Cowart,
W. W. Hidden*,
Kd wnn] Midoy,
11. A. Pumh,
Ini ,1. Hutton,
I). II. Paulk,
M, (1 HlriuooN,
M. W. Ileudnrson,
M. J, Titan,
I), J, Dickerson,
d. G. Palo,
W. 11. Lae.
Moses 0. Lee,
W.H. Hancock, Hr,
L. P. Johnsou,
W. W. Parrish,
II. P. Lindsey,
.1. I. Patten,
W K. Uldduits,
P. W. Qaaklns,
T, K. Williams,
H. 1). Hormluey,
J. T, Wllkorsoo,
M. K. Parrish,
W. M. Avers,
M. ,1. Young.
.1, K. Ilryant, Jr.,
N, M. lltttlur,
11. M. Ilryant,
T, O. Knight,
N. K. Patterson,
J. II. C). Morris,
A. 11. Jones,
J. H. Wright,
W, W. Hall,
A. J. Mctlreai
M, J. Driller.
8. A. Julian,
J. 1). Fulfill,
T. A. Ilamnoi.
From Hotel llellone.
Mr. 0. W. Heed, proprietor of the
Hotel Dellnnn, Omaha, one of the finest
now and modern hotels bi the west, tays
of Chamherlaln’s Cough Remedy: "We
have used It In our fondly far years
with the most satisfactory results, espe
cially for our children, for colds and
croup. It can Ire depended upon; be
sides it Is pleasant to take and seems to
be free from chloroform and tho oily
eulistauoes put into ninny cough mix
tures." cent, 00 cent and $1 bottles
for sale by the Tifton Drug Btoro, and
Peters & Hclote, Cecil.
An old physlelnii, retired from iirontlce, hrtvlna
cil in ‘
Iih-I (.limed In ills llund. tiy an Kara India inUrlfin-
tlm fnriiiula of a simple vcaetalrle remedy
for the s|sieily ami jierniuiieiiL cure or Conatimp-
tlon, Ilrondiftla, Ci ‘—’’ 1 “
i, Catarrh, Asthma ami all throat
anil l.uiiir Affections, also a iiosltlvu anil ruilh-al
Nervous Irehlllty anil all Nervous Com-
eure for Nervous Irehlllty ami all Nervous coin-
I ilulnts, after having uistoil Its wonderful euro-
Ive ilowers In thousands of, cases, has felt It his
uvu (Hnnur* m iiumwiuui hi, rtwvv. mis iciv ik
duty to iiihIio It known u» JiIm HiiwerliiK followB.
Wonikr wlmt oiiumimn Clarkson
Imaproimsuil i’oat for boosling tlio
third jatriy in Georgia ?
Anliiftted l>y tli 1m niotlvo anil a tiunlro to lelleve
huiimn MiilfiirliiKit will «m<l fre« ut i:intrK«,t.n all
who flualro it f tiiiM ruoljic, in (iunnun, Kronuli or
KiikISaIi, with full, «!lri*f;tloL‘H for prpjarliiK anil
Hhin;r. Mont by mail by lulfliuMing win* »tiun|i.
iiiMiilnK thiM |»M|*er. W. A, No.mx, m l'owora
lllock, UocliuMtur, N. Y.
Tliuro will lie n himjhIuI examination of a|i|>ll'
canw for teaolrr^ licunau ut NuhIivIIIu Hatnr-
day, Kitbrnary iWUi, liftrlnnliiK at nine o'clock
u. m. Thu 1 will las the only HjierhU exaininution
lliln year. Jty on Ur of tlio Hoard.
T. K. Wild.IA MM,
County Hchool romiidMloner.
(Vaahvllhi, (la., February .'J,
I will be at. Nuuhvllle on Haturdny of eaeli
week Until April Sbiio for tho purp«Me of con-
traetlnir with leuehora for thu prrwnt year.
T. K, WH.I.IAMH,
County Huhool CoiniiiliMioner.
NnwIivHIu, (la., Fuhruary 3rd, iwri.
l'libllo aehiHd term for I8W2 lieejna Fohrnary
8th. Ily Himelal order time hn« Ikjuii extunded
und Hchoola may iH^ln any time from Folirnary
fltii to April 4th; term* eioalnK not luter than
** •• * Itoporia to lie hied with Com-
Huplumber Ut. _ ...
tnUfdoiier by HopUmiber loth. Term la live
month* or one hundred dayn, und report* for
le*M lime will not lie aecepted without leuul «x-
i. C<mtmet* will hu inado an folli
Flrat (Irado Mcen*n (per duyj eluht cent*; Hue-
in: Th/rd ()ratio, six cent*.
oml IJ ratio, *avenruntn; i
Hy ortlur of the Htmrtl.
A. W. FAITKIIBON, I'reahlont.
T. 1C. Wii.mam*, Htmretary.
Xnwlivllle, <l?i., Februury llnl, IHITJ.
Notico of Election.
limin', l»F Hoako of Cooni v Oimmihmion*
It lot, Fnhnmnt 1, tmrj. It l« ordered that an eloo-
tlon be held at. tho ahveral preoinet* of Haiti
windy on Friday, thu Ititlt Intd.. for a (itnmty
tmvHiiror, ttillll tlio unuxplrud term of lion. W.
1). Orillln, tlciioajkiil.
Ily ortlur of the Hoard.
W.H. Hnf.f.h, Chairman.
Borrion County Sheriff's Salo
Will be fold beftirn Hit* wart hr.mto tliair In tho
town of NumIivIIIo, hiiIiI atate anti eoiinty, within
tlm leual hours of *a!e, on tho first Tucaday In
Mart'll next, the following properly, to-wlt:
A certain xi.tiro-hoiiKt* anti |nt in the town of
M. A.. SEXTON,
Fire Insurance Agent,
J. M. & S. L. WILKES,
Tbjoui* 2 nml 4,‘ up at**/*, 4it s£nti
brick bidldlnr. - * ..A
<‘*ii Iw found in thftfr wfflcea frnnr the J»t to
jUi-of each month, tlm residue of tun? will b«
nvoted to country l»*lent*-at tlwdr Ikimom it
Rcpresontd tho following ol<3, reliable and popular firo insurance companies
and solicits the patronage of th« insuring public:
Insurance Company of North America,
“Greenwich,” Total Assets, $1,050,035,43.
“Hartford.” Total assets, $0,570,010.13.
“Central City,” of Helma, Ala.
Alan, write for the “Liverpool and LondoB and Globe,”
“jEtna” and [“Orient.” .
Founded in 170$.
Founded in 1834.
Fonnded in 1810.
OR. J, A. McCREA,
Physician and Surgeon,
TIFTON, - /IKOltOIA.
Physician and Surgeon.
Real Estate and Renting Agent.
Ifos on his list of Real Estate some very desirable farm lands in the
vicinity of the “Gate City to South Georgia and Florida.” Keep your eye
on it, and don’t let it get too high priced before purchasing.
These lauds aro within one and seven miles of town.
^ DR. J. C. GOODMAN.
Physician and Surgeon,
If you have any Real Estate—houses or land—for sale or rent you will
receive prompt and courteous servico by plaoiug them with me.
’ I am, very respectfully,
l-tf. M. .A. SEXTON.
Ofpiok—Room in U»e Tifton Drne Store*
BTfF- TliunkinK tho |>«bllo J’orltx past liberal
patronage iuuI *oUo)t a continuation of tlio same.
THIS SPACE BELONGS TO
DR. G. C. LANEY,
Physician and Surgeon
MOULTRIE, - OEOItdlA. ■
onrorahbi EurviccA to tho people of Colquitt
and udjacunt coitntiee.
|3^*OvFtt>K in new drug Btoro.
E. P. BOWEN & BRO.
FARMERS’ SUPPLIES A SPECIALTY.
I'rompt attention given to nil lccal bUNiuess,
tSTOFFiuK- Iaivu Hulhling, Room No. 1.
Country Produee Bought and Sold.
Highcut nasli prices prices paid for chickens and eggs, and farm products
generally. Give us a call when you eomo to Tifton with anything to sell.
iix thu north hu
lot nuiiilior nix v «f), In bbrnk
iimiibcr throi* (.')). ix'vi<iil on u* tho property of
lor vv Co. (ll. W. Tiivlor.and It. W.
(I. W. Tayli. .
WhnubT) b* Kutlrtfy n fl. fn. IaruoiI from thu
Hounty court of liowmlo* county In favor ol the
Moron llftrilw-in* I'ompiiny upiluKt kiiIiI (J. W.
Tiivlor A Co. Toiiiint In ponniHXlon uotlliod in
wrilliiKi till* Jaiiimr^’JH,. J.W2
W. Twojr, Bhurllf it. C.
L>txlcr nml bj virtue of mi ordur of tho Court
of Orilbmry of r*:ihl Mtato uml county, I will xdl
in public outcry, At the court Iiau.hu door III
Nmdivlllo, llnrrlui) County (ioorKlu, between thu
Icmil hour* of pule, on tho llrut Tmmdny in
Mu roll next, tho fnlhovlim property, to-wlt:
Tie* bind o"|ookIiik to tho ox Into of 1C. J. Con-
null, Into of Hold county dcccanod, olio hundred
mid iirty (ir>0) Heron, moro or Iohh. of Lot Two
Hundred mid Hovimiy-Fonr (2TI1, In tho Tenth
(10th) DiHtrlot of Hnld county, hhIii land Iwlmc ‘»i
the Hotilh wide of hi,Id lot mol ImliiK well Im
proved, mol Hold under the Inuumlirmuiu of
Term* inndo known on day of h*Io.
,1.1C. CONNELL, Nr., Admihl*trntor.
January until, ixirj.
Tho M1WF.RT and HICHT for all elmws and
t.viier furnlnhod ut LOWEST ritH'KS. I'lbiituro
taiho Toliucco for tho tnmxiy It hrlii;r*, but only
tho FINK VAHIKTIhS produeo FIHHT-CI.ASS
Toliucco that imy», Hiarl right, tifdcr the best
for your lucidity, uml thun
pivHHlblo froiu tho crop. CutnloKiio sunt FUKK
Tho Wuyoross Herald lias turned
over its political department to the
Alliance, with Un Alliance Republi
can to edit it. Great Soottl What
Is our doinnoratio oountry coming to'r
No doubt old man George Rums
mid Editor Hisbop are high!
lied at. Republican prj
Ware county, Ij
K. L. HAGI.ANI) SREI) 00.,
lived. HALIFAX. COUNTY, VA.
N. riiUUlHOF, M. I>.
Paints, Oils and Yarnishes.
Fresh Garden Seeds a Specialty
h’LKtiANT LINN OF
Stationary ? Writing Materials
FULL STOCK OF
P v opr i w tu ry Mod io i non
COMI'LLTK AK80IITMKNT OF
Pipes, Cigars, Cigarettes, Tobacco.
HT'Wt* will uu»VR to thu .lake W. Faidk tww
two*tory brick bulldtuu, on Main *tn*«*», iw-xt
wovkt wild will \w pbuwod tu have our tTiimdi** 1 wll
Hltd MT Ufl. nrtKUHON xV FAULK.
M SIRIII m PLEASE ALL OF Oi CUSTOMERS.
Tlinnking the public for a generous patronage in tho past, wo earnestly
solicit u continuance of the samu in thu future.
J5. P. BOWENT & BRO.,
Near tlio B. & W. Depot, TIPTON, GA.
B'arnituvo fox* tho Earlor,
Euryxitui'o for the Bed Room,
Envriituro for tlio Kitchen,
Ifurnitnro of All Kindts.
I have tho largest and best stock of FURNITURE of every style and
kind to bo found in lterrien county or in this section of Georgia, und will
not be undersold by any house in the State,
Before buying Furniture of «uy kind, give me a call. It will pay yon.
W. A. HENDERSON,
l-tt. Parka Building, TIPTON, OA.
JOHN C. HIND,
Contractor and Builder,
TIFTON, - GEORGIA.
AI..L KINDS OF WOODWORK DONE ON
f*3>* Iliui* and opoclfhfttlona furnished on application.
Drs. J. W. & D. J. WILLIAMS,
t'OUDKLK, - . - - - - GKOIIGIA.
Offhik—llank HuUilin^, Room Xgi 1, up stair*.
Prompt Attention ven to calls, «by or nlyht.
UFVmuB at reslMGiicc.
TIFTON, - GKOIiOlA.
Offick—In Julian brick bulletin,
Offick—In Julian brick building. ,
AJ1 calls promptly responded tx> (lay or night.
TIFTON, - GEORGIA.
G. A. WHITAKER.
ATMEY-AT-LAW AND INSURANCE AGENT,
VAI.DOSTA, - OKOIHilA.
^Lfgal buslneus solicited and given prompt at*
fcy*OKFioE-Harrell DuUding, Itoom-No?3..
FULWOOD & ALEXANDER,
LAW, REAL ESTATE AND COLLECTIONS,
TIFTON, - CKOnalA.
JOHN A, WILKES,
Attorney - at-Law,
ADEL, • (1EORUIA.
Will practice (nail the counties of the Aouthsm
Jitdlciul Circuit of Georgia.. ftpeclsV attention
directed to nil hmnohes of the profession mu
general busineiM solicited. 8-ly,
H. A. YOUMANS,
• ilEALER IN-
Jewelry, Etc., Etc.
Special nttontion given to Electrlo
I also make a specialty of repairing
lino and complicated watches
Satisfaction guaranteed. Give me e.
ttial. H. A. YOUMANS.
James Z. Elliott,
lias Just ripened n splendid line of fait and wider eo(«l*,ccn»U( ini ofilry OoorU,
OressOomU, Notions, IW.iuwulcti, Shoea and Hats, Fancy and Family Orocarfca,
Tobaccos, Clears, ilardw are, Crockeiy, and, in fact, everything connected with a
tirstclaM ttocV or—
Cr e ii e v a 1 Merchandise.
■■ dies for tlsolr past liberal pat
ronage 1 solicit a. tJidiaoittc.e ,of U,o same. X will continue to glTe my customer*
Ihe test good?- for Iho least jtusaihlc nuiooy, and pay thrru lira highest prices for
ihdr cottnu ami otltar predurw.
m* L Si. EIsLIOTT, St|v,«-k
Sen.! lr,r rlrrelsr »
. lar »e.l pm
Xfv have pnrt-baftcd ♦ ■ >' ’
Ao Automatic nice
a,; '*•> tit* nth, I