THE GAZETTE: TIFTON, GA., FRIDAY, MARCH 4, 1802.
The Tifton Gazette.
Tho Gazette I* published every Friday morn-
Jermr '• * * *
l»K at tifton, Herrfen county, Georgia. It In do
Voted to tli<* )«**l lounval or tint growing ally of
• Tifton and the adjacent country, and an such
a*k* tho Miniport au’d cnoouraneniimL of the pco-
*rfen and contiguous counties.
|»lo of Jkjrrl_„ „
Tho MUlMcriptlou price of the GAZETTE If 91.M
I tor year, 60 cents for six months, and 20 cents for
lirce months, buyable In advance.
The advertising rates of the Gazette are rca-
fonable and will lm furtiMwtl upon application.
inch tender recollections; bul isn’t
the Herald mistaken in its last state
ment of fact? Hr. Carroll was rais
ed near or in the village of Millfown;
but we were under the impression
lie was born elsewhere, perhaps in
Advcrtlslnt; Idlls are due after first Insertion ami
III lie presented when the money I* needed.
('orrespoudeuco „ „
llclted and commiinleatlons on t imely topics are
i from nciirhhorlhr towns Imho-
ill ways welcome. Always write on otic side of
_ u paper, and don't forget to enclose your name
tin an evidence of good fait h.
KnUmul at the posto/flce, ut TIfUm, (loorgln, nn
fiuill matter of the second class.
Otllclal Organ of llerrien County.
~ U. T. AI.I.KN. Kdltor.
News mill Vlovys. /•
From all section) of (leorgm pomes
the glad nows Unit farnieuf are pre
paring to plant less cotWn and raise
their bp me supplies.
Tim Albany Herald thinks "tho
Third party will lie. content this year,
tierlutps, if it can reach such proper
tlnns us lo constitute the balance of
Mr. M, P. Shaw, a I ruck farmer
anil fruit grower of Olnit.tunoogu,
Toni)., visited l’oulan the llrst of the
week prospecting and will probably
locate there am! pursue hio vocation
Everything looks propitious for a
(Inc fruit crop. Prospects were nev
er hotter, and should it mutormlizi
Tilton is going lo need Hint canning
factory. We hope the gentlemen
who Inis that, enterprise in charge
will not forget it.
Mrs. Felton, in lie*- Atlanta talk,
urging a (leorgia exhibit at the
world’s fair, closes her appeal by as
serting Mini the citizens of (leorgia
can show lo the world Hint, they can
"livn if a Chinese wall unclosed her
borders.” It is true.
Will some of the brethren wlm
know him give us the pedigree of M.
1. Uruiioll, of (leorgia, who lills a
plane On the people’s party national
executive nuimnilloe? Curiosity
prompts us with a desire lo learn
what manner of man lie iK.
A Col(|lillt oriuuty furnirfr, Mr. <1.
W. Hancock, was robbed sit Cook's
Col. Jus. Ttf. Griggs, Sollelor-Gonernl
of FataulaCircuit, sitys: “Mlgriitine tins
always alfonleil me prompt relief In cases
of headache," At hr. <1, C. Goodman's.
An eld eliyslclaa, retires from practice, having
hull placed fa his hands hy an Kast Inula luUsluu-
[I , ;
ary the formula of a simple votretaldo remedy
for the speedy und permit.nuit cure of ('on*iun|»-
*' '- ■ Mils, * u “ “*
tion, Hrimuhfth, ('nuirrh, AHthma and nil throat
an<l Lung Affection#, afro a positive and wwljeai
cure tor Nervous Dehilliy ami all Nervous Gom-
plaints, after having ten usd iu wonderful cu ra
„ve power* In thousand# of eases, ha* felt it hi*
duty Ui make It known to hi* *ti»lerinyr fellow*.
Actuated hy this motive and a do*Ire to relieve
human sullerlmr.l will wend free of charge,to all
who dcMlre It, thl* reel)#.*, in German, French or
Mtiglfrh, with full direction* frtr preparing and
iixlntc. Went hy uiiill hy addressing with stump,
diijx thl* paper. W. A, Noyes, him Rower*
lilock,-1toehe*Uir, N. Y.
wagon yard in Albany
night. At llic muliiih
gave up liis purse, wide
contained but seventy
I' a pistol he
cents, lo a
Imrly negro. The robber made Ins
Editor Ilea K. Itussidl has again
donned the Imrness and relumed In
ilia Hninhrldgo Ihnnooral, upon
which paper tho beat work of lira
life has been devilled. The Demo
crat is all its name imports ami while
.ItilSHcll is ill Hie helm republico-
tlilril-parlyllijs will stand from under
L'lie (leorgia Saul hern ami Eloridn
railroad, hacked up by Hie |,ivss and
Jieoplu of Macon, as well as the citi
zen) of the place, will organize a
Florida (diaulaiupui ut Whin Spring,
Flu. The assembly will open the
iiilDi of March, and continue four
days. There lire joiiio decided ill-
Iriictinns mi the program.
The people's party Is horn. It
was delivered, lifter much labor,
dickering and chicanery,ut HI, I .on is,
Mo., February SI), t Him. The mt-
tionul convention, lo mnnimile a
ticket, will he held In Omaha, Neb.,
tho tl.h of .Inly. (Ion. d. It, Weaver,
of Iiiwii, and Col. L. L. Folk, of
North Carolina, will probably lead
ils forlorn hope.
President Livingston and Vice-
President Wilson, of tho Sluto Alli
ance, arc bitterly opposed to the peo
ple's party movement, as also is Pres
ideal Itiohardsoll, of the Colored
Stale Alliance. They all say limy
have a light for reform to make but
will make it inside the democratic
party. They are sensible of the fact
that if they can’t secure their de
mands inside the democratic party
they certainly can’t outside of it.
Ilcrricu County mid the Con
The apparent indifference of Iter-
rien county as to who shall represent
the second district in congress is no
evidence that she will not take a
very prominent part in the conven
tion that shall name the loan.
With her twenty-two hundred
white voters, all democrats—iilliunee-
mon und noii-ulliancetncn—presents
an attraction that will not fail to he
courted, Yes, the claims of the sev
eral candidates will he presented to
them, and wo trust it will he done
decently and iu order.
There Inis been so much said and
hinted ut about the antagonisms be
tween the alliance and anti-alliance
wings of the parly, there is a possi
bility of wrangling in the conven
tion ; indeed it will ho a miracle if it
is otherwise. Wu want the delegates
from Berrien county to go to the
convention imbued with a spirit of
oonversntism, a spirit of fraternity,
and ho ready to offer Hie olive
brunch of peace und harmony at the
llrst appearance of antagonism.
The outlook is that tile mimes of
several gentleman will ho presented
lo the convention, prominent among
Ilium are .Judges Power, (hierryand
Wooten, and lions, 0. It. Stevens, It.
(1. M italic)I and W. 0. Juekson. Of
these gentlemen we have our prefor-
noo, begotten hy long and intimate
friendship, and we believe our pre
ference is that of the voters of Ber
rien county. Nevertheless, we nor
they an' going In display our unniau-
liness am! pnul should I,lie conven-
Iion not see lit to honor our candi
date with the nominal inn.
Berrien county democrats can now
afford lo he magnanimous. Their
inllenco in the nomimiling conven
tions af the second congresional dis
trict has always hail a piiteliny that
was ri'spoetoil and fora long lime their
dictum Bellied the action of tho con
ventions, and strange In say Ihey
have never offered one of their num
ber as a candidate.
To oil whom It moy concern:
Alter March I, ls:r2, any person or persons f)*h-
Jnn, shootliijr, or tal.liiR Hilt In any niuiiuur from
my imml without permission will be liable to
proseetlon. I. A. Williams.
Sparks, Ga,, February 17, Mitt.
I will be at Nashville on Saturday of each
week until April 2nd, for the pur pose of con-
trnetlnir with teacher* for the present year.
T. K. WIUJAMH,
County Hehool Commissioner.
Nashville, Ga., February an I, uwz.
Fuhlle Hehool term for 1 wtl Ixylii* February
8th. Hy siitcl.»1 order time Iiiim been extended
anti schools may lieghi any time from February
Mth to April 4th; term* closlii# not later than
September l*t. Report* to he tiled with Com
missioner hy September l«th. Term I* live
month* or min hundred day*, and report* for
le*M time will not he accepted without leftal ex
cuse. Contractu will lie mode a* follows:
First Grade IJcensu (per day; eight cents; Sec
ond Grade, seven cents; Tnfrd Grade, six cent*.
Hy order of the ilouru.
A. W. 1'A'ITKRHON, l’re*hlcnt.
T. K. Williams, Secretary.
Nashville, Ga., February ard, 1WI2.
n F.OHG l A—It KICK I K.X ColNTY.
To all whom It may concern: W. K. laiinh ha*
applied to the undersigned, In due form, for let
ters of adudulssration on the estate of W. I).
Grlllhi, late of said county, deceased: and 1 will
pas* upon the same at. my ofllce In Nashville on
the llrst Monday In March next. Given under
niv hand and official signature, this Fehrutiry 1
JhuU. F. M. SMITH, Ordinary.
My liver Im mil of order, I fool dull ami
heavy—no lift* In mu. Von need a liotllu
of SiiinnoiiM Itnlluf, only ftllc. For mile by
Dr..) C. Uoodiimn, Tifton, (In,
Tl»« ('ut 111 m* i* t Con To io n co.
Tli" tilliitiioiy oongrosHloiml confor-
once, ut Cutlibort. last, week, rosultoil
in tho cmlorHomont of Hon. 0. H.
SlovonH, of Terrell county* for con-
Mr. Stovoiid wim interviewed ut liin
homo umt hero in what ho Haiti of his
omloi’Homont by I bo alliance confer
ence ami I bo atlitmlo in which it
To all whom it may concern: H. Whitehurst
has applied to the nnilerslgned, In due form, for
leave to sell tho land* Itehmghig t<» the estate of
Ih:oii 1\ McKinney, late of Maid county, deceased,
and I will pa** upon tue Name at my otllcu In
Nashville on the ur*i Monday In March next.
Given under my hand and olllcial signature, thl*
February l*t, lm«. F. M. Hmitii,
To all whom it may concern: Joshua Jo rid gun
make* application to the undersigned in proper
form for permanent letter* of administration on
the estate of Aaron Jurulgan, late of said county,
deceased, ami I will pas* upon III* said application
at my olllco iu Ntudivillc oil the llrst Monday Iu
March next. Given under uty hand and ulti-
elnl signature, till* January idfi, IH'.tt.
F. M. Smith, Ordlnury
GEORGIA — Rkhmik.v Coi vtv.
To all whom It limy concern: S. F. Guthrie
and Moses G. Sutton,' iidminisi rut or* of the es
tate of H. J. Hutton, late of said county, de
ceased, have applied to the undersigned, Iu due
form, for letter* of dismission from saltl admin
istration, and l will pas* upon their application
at my olllee in .\a*hvllle oil the llrst Monday In
May next. Given under my hand and oillrlul
signature, till* January I, 1812.
V. M. HMITII, OnOrary
GEORGIA llF.ltIIIF.N (.'or.MV.
To all whom it may coueeni: Ia*vt Happ, atl-
mlnlstiator of II. N. Sapp, late of said county,
deceased, has applied to the undersigned, In due
form, for letters of dismission from said adiiiiu-
Istratloii, and I will pass upon the sniueutiiiy
olllee In Nashville oil thajlrst Monday iu May
next. Given under my Imml und otllclal signa
ture, this January I, lS'.*2.
F. M. SMITH, Ordinary.
M. A.. SEXTON,
Fire Insurance Agent,
Represents the following old, reliable and popular firo insurance companies
and HfilieilM the patronage of the insuring public:
IiMurance Company of North America,
“Greenwich,” Total Assets, $1,650,035,43.
“Hartford.” Total assets, $6,570,610.13.
“Central City,” of Selma, Ala.
Also, write for the “Liverpool and London and Globe,”
“.Etna” and “Orient.”
J. M. S’ S. L. WILKES.
On ii-ra-Rooms 2 ami 3, up stairs, In Lore',
Can lie found in their ofllcoi from the 1st to
16th of each month, tho residue of time will ho
devoted to country patient*-ut their home* if
Founded In 1703.
Founded In 1831.
Founded In 1810.
DR. J. A. McCREA,
Physician and Surgeon,
TIFTON, • GEORGIA.
Prompt attention given to call*, day or night.
Orornos rtsiuenoe. 2-tf.
DR. N. PETERSON
Physician and Surgeon.
Real Estate and Renting Agent.
Has on his list of Heal Estate some very desirable farm lands in the
vicinity of the "(late City to South Georgia and Florida.” Keep your eye
on it, and don’t let, it get too high priced before purchasing.
These lands are within one and sovon miles of town.
DR. J. C. GOODMAN.
Physician and Surgeon,
TIFTON, - GEORGIA,
Jf you have any Real Estate—houses or land—for sale or rent you will
receive prompt and courteous service by plucing them with me.
I urn, very respeotfully,
i-tf. M. .A. SEXTON.
Of Flog—Kooiu In the Tifton Drug Store.
Thanking the public fur it* pant liberal
patronage and solicit a continuation of the same.
DR. G. C. LANEY,
Physician and Surgeon
THIS SPACE BELONGS TO
Offer* his scry ices to the people of Colquitt
and adjacent countien.
IW'Urvtvt! in new drug etere.
E. P. BOWEN & BRO.
G. A. WHITAKER,
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW AND INSURANCE AGENT,
— DEALERS IX —
fjegal hufdnoBs solicited and giTen. juxmiflk***''
tent Ion. — ■'
EUrOmoB— Harrell lluilding, Room ho. 3.
FARMERS’ SUPPLIER A SPECIALTY.
Country Produce Bought and Sold.
Highest, cash prices prices paid for chickens and eggs, and farm products
generally. Give us a call when you come to Tifton with anything to sell.
M STRIVE 10 PLEASE ALL dp OUR CUSTOMERS.
Thanking the public for a generous patronage in tho past, wo oarnostly
solicit a continuance of the same in the future.
Petition for Charter.
- UKIUIIKN Cor.NTV.
• Superior Court of said County.
If yn < have no uppi'tlto mill foul mil of
Sons, Jim! ,[tu it (tile halite hf Hlnimons
Holier anil you will bo well and Happy
' ” iv l)r. J*. 0.
iigfdn. Now try It. Torsnlote
.iootlmim, Tifton, flu
Kev. Mr. Carroll says that the new
pews for the ehuroh, which is now
the apple of his eye, will lie a source
of lasting pleasure to him. The
timber of which ihc) are made conics
(mm the vicinity of Mr. Carroll’s
birth place 111 Berrien Calmly.— AI-
The splendid long-leaf yellow
j tines of Berrien oonnly me in great
(leiiiund now (or ptn poses both use-
fill and ornamental, The (Iazktii:
is glad Dr. Carroll reinoinliors our
gland old county with feelings of
places hint before the democratic
"it is true that I was tendered the
endorsement of tho alliance conven
tion at Culhborl, und accepted, and
as their reprcHcntulivc in the race
subject, of course, to tile deinooriltic
nomination. We formulated no
platform upon which l am to run,
hilt the id 11,nice simply gave me llu>
assurance of their support in Die
coldest. While their was no ollieial
notion iiiken in regard to the notion
of Livingston and Moses at the recent
convention, yet tho concensus of
opinion was that they, as our leaders,
were rigid, and the people of my dis
trict will susiaiti thorn. 1 propose
to go into this race us a deinoomtio
tiliimiocuian, and propose to abide the
action of the demon ratio convention
ns Invlolutely as if 1 had received no
endorsement, in regard to being
umlerafbligiittons to any one, I can
honestly say that I imlieve 1 dis
charged my obligations as faithfully
as if they had been to ,my interest,
instead id' to another, unit Unit I have
betrayed no trust in my notion,as tho
nomination was unsought hy me, hot
since oltored, 1 have accepted, and
shall never prove lyoreunt to my
friends or flinch front the conflict,”
it is evident Mr. Stevens is not
very sanguine of going to congress
from this district simply hottauso ho
is an iillliiiiceumn mid received the
The Berrien County Alliance was
not represented in tho conference,
hut suppose will act' in harmony
with it in Die premises. And itmuy
ne they were purposely not represent
Tho puiititiii of W. S. Vendor unit J. N, limy
show* Hml they, und sucli other person* it* may
bo iiHHiK'luted \v lilt them, desire to outer into an
assDtla iojin under tin 1 name and style of the
nu ll. I.UMHEU COMI'AN Y ;
That llie nhjoet of wild assoeiation I* tho run-
niii|; and oiieratlum a Kimerul saw mill bust nun*
for the manufuctiiiv. of luutl.cr, siatf*. lain* and
sblnirle*, umt *nelt other art lido or thing ft* Is
usually made and mamtt.it:.tirtitl iiy a *a\v-mili
ami plaeiiiyr mill anti iiIho a geittiai mureau-
lile Imsliifss iiM'oniteellim wlllt aalil saw mill.
Said Imslitess lo he earrletl tm in the town of
(Veil, lit saitt County ami Stale.
And for itie further purpose of carrvlnjr out
the object of Haiti association, they desire to
have power to purchase ami hold property, real
ami personal, to sue ami he sued, ami to exer
cise all power* usually conferred upon corpora
tion* of Mlmilar character, a* may be consistent
with the law* of Georgia ; ami that said associa
tion I* to have it* principal olllee ami place of
business In said town ol Cecil, said county and
Stale ; and the said saw mills and •pluuiiii; mills
and mercantile business are to be run hy wild
association for the purpose of manufacturing
lumber, Kta -cs, laths and shingles, etc., and Imy-
ln« and selling of general mtuchandlse as afore
said, and selling of the name for nroilt and unlit.
Petitioner* further allow that the capital stock
of saltl association actually paid In is the huio of
| twelve thousand dollar* (812.000), and they tie-
BOWEN & BRO.,
Near the It. & W. Depot, TIFTON. OA.
II N I T XJ II E!
sire to have the privilege of Increasing said cap
ital stock at any time to un amount not exceed
hm fifty thousand dollars t*f*),000).
That NAld capital stock shall be divided Into
shares of one hundred dollars ($100) each.
Your pet loners would pray the ptisslu^ of an
order by said Court, ttrantl'n^ this, their appli
cation, and that they and their successors tie in
corporated for ami duriui; a term not exceeding
twenty (20) jears, with the privilege of renewal
at fin* expiration of said twenty (20) year*, for
tile purpose herein set forth,
And petitioners will ever pmv, etc.
Petit loner's Attorneys.
GEORGIA- Hcrrlen County.
Clerks’ olllee of the Superior Court, said county.
-The above and foremdiq; |H>tillon till* day
(lied lo olllee and recorded a.* required by law.
Flimit AH) 17, IHU2.
G. \V. MOOIIK,
Clerk Suporlt*r Court, llerrien County.
Pm-rt silDphlo Itch in Mmlimtou.
liiv -VK'U. 'Sold by J. O. (loutlumii.
Borrion County Sheriff's Sales
GKOIIGIA- IlKItHIKX Cot'ATV.
Will be sold before the court ho ve door In the
town of Nashville, said state and county, on lint
llrst Tuesday in April next, between the iejial
hours of sale, to the highest bidder for cash, the
following property, to-wlt:
One Iron may mare untie six yearn old, I6* a
hands hlKh, named Kate; mic black mare ninif*
seven yeurs oM, M*. hmnfr hlfih, named Hevtkj
one black horse mule s»'ven yrarr. old. ifb, hands
hUth, naineilTube: ami one black imrse mnlf
seven year* old, hands hhih, named Hob,
lev ied on as the pmperty of S G. Culpepper to
sat isfy a mortnap' It- lw. Issued from the suj*erior
court of Thomas county, Georgia, In favor «*f th«
Hank of Thomnsvlllc, Iransferiees, etc., and
ainHust H. G. Culpepper. Thl* Fch’.v 4Hi, l«))f.
Also, at the siime time ami place, one ‘.aiyre-
sltetl bay hone mulef about eleven mr* old,
named hi*" one lar*:*' *l/e«l IdacL mare
mule about ten years«dd nametl Mary, ladled
on as the property or S. <». Culpepper to satisfy
“ * ‘ •* the st,|>erlor court
a mort«at;e tl. fa. issued from t
of Thoumv county, GeorKlu, in favor of J, T.Cnb
pepper and A. It. Coup and ae:ifu«t 8. <f. Cnlpef*.
per. Thl* February 4th, \fc)2.
Also, at the name time ami place, one blank
Imrse mule about fix .vein* obi named Tom, one
‘ 1 ‘ * ‘ * ‘ * * ‘ *1
black horse mule about twelve year* ob| named
Mill, otye bay mare mule about twelve years old
named lleeli. levied on as the preierty of S. G,
Culpopiu*r to satisfy a n;ortj:atre H. fa. Isxoed
from the superior court of ritomas imuntv, Geor.
ftla, in favor J. T. Cv»lpep|*er and A. th Cone,
umt airnlnst S. G. Culpepper and IV. II. Culpep
per. Thl* February 4 b, \«ni.
Also, at. the wuno time and place, one black
homo mule about twelve year* obi name* l J mil
one iwvv home umle about nine years old named
Alf, one bay mare mule alsmt six yean* obi
named l.itl, *me lv»y mare mule about five year*
nbi tiamed June, one black horse mule utiout ten
years old mimed John, one motme tvilaml niuiv
inulc about twelve years old named Mary, one
l»li ek horse mnie alsmt seven veer* old named
Mike, due lmy mare mule about eight ywvn tdd
nAmed Kit, one sorrel mare nude alsmt six .rear*
eld named Meek, and one Invy mare undewbout
eight jyea is old nanu-d Rose. on xa the
j»ro\H>rty«*f S. «• cnlpepi^rtowittsfyamurtituite
Eurnituro for tho Barlor,
Furnituro for tho Bod Room,
Eui’iiiturr for tho lvitolien,
Eurnituro of All IXinds.
I liuvo tho largaitaiul beat stock of FURNITURE of every style.anil
kind to bo found in Berrien county or in this section of (leorgia, and will
not lie undersold by any house in the State.
Before buying Furnltnre of any kind, give me a call. It will pay yon
Parka Building, TIFTON, OA.
JOHN C. HIND,
Contractor und 13ui Icier,
J. W. &. D. J. WILLIAMS, °
Ovfick—Uank RuUdlng, Room No. 1, up Itolra.
Orrit'K—In Julian brick buihlinc.
All calls promptly responded to day or night,
ltOtfEtlME, • GEORGIA.
VAUKiSTA, - GEORGIA.
FULWOOD & ALEXANDER.
UW, REAL ESTATE AND COLLECTIONS,
TIFTON, - GEORGIA.
‘rmnpt attention given to all logal bm»ine*§.
trjf OmuK—Ia»ve Muildlng, Room No. 1.
JOHN A. WILKES,
Attorney - a t - Ij a \v ,
A1>EL, - dKOROIA.
Will practice In all the countie* of the Southern
Judicial Circuit of Georgia. Special attention
diiected to nil hranohe* of the profeaeion and
general business solicited.
DEADER IN -
Jewelry, Etc., Etc,
given to Electric
I alao make a specialty of repairing
fine and complicated watches
Satisfaction guaranteed. Give me a
trial. II. A. YOUMAN8.
KINDS OF WOODWORK DONE ON
II?" Finns aiul 8|ioo;fioatlon* furnished on application.
James Z. Elliott,
lias Jual npunctl t\ 9p1on«li«l lino of fall ami winter good*,consUtinsr of Dry Goods,
(>rp*« Mood*, NoIIoiih, (>onie*tic*, Shoes ami H«t«, Fancy and Family Groceries,
Tobacco*, ClgAr*, llurdivire, ('rockery, and, in fact, everything connected with a
tlrslctas* slock of—•
ft*. ls*urd from tim suprrhvr I'miri Tfcnma*
..uuiy, itnu^ht, m hivor *tf l T. fulfH'ppor and
a if. I’uiU'tt.id scuinsi S. G. t’uipppfs r. This
February Uh, is:.},
D. \V. TISHN. Shvrirt If. C.
O a i i e v n l ]VI ere h a n cl i so.
Thanking the people of Berrien and Colquitt counties for their past liberal pat
ronage t solicit a contlnaance of the same. I will continue to give my cumomers
the wwt good, for the least possible money, and pay them the highest prices for
tlulr cotton »nd other produce,
23-iy. J. Z. ELEIOTT, Sparks, Oa.
W^ , i r ,iL r ? 0 , * r ADani'?',-!a.' l ‘‘ ln Whwl « *
For tala by W. A. HKNDKRSON, TtfVwi, Ga,
~ 1 UH 111 lilMJi
Wc hav** pnrcXuiMd
An Automatic Klee HuUer.
iT’ t"« cm
gyrt. w* solicit th^ wiltlly luitoinairr.
w. iv. r.umisH .v son.