Thoilm« Is I «V"I>' Vrlil«vroc
. tterrti-n ('-re'Cy-Tr'/nd*- >U*
IV *1111.11, IHHJiril 'I.... ■ .-l** il**
I to tire MS nnir.ni <il tlu! gri]»lnj|jm of
Jftinooriitlc circles lif : Rerr!e»A*uiUy; : ' fi
the people are 4II I may looking after
‘lie future iiecoMitlcH of life; I)um-
tiw ni%mTK h »u/o
tor ytnktj M Whitt for »if iiKintlH* aiul Client* for
Jirco muiitlM, Payable in mlwtfiCf.
Tlio ii<lvr/tl*)i)ir ratf* of tf)« Oajhttk nre roic
■Oflftbltf and will be jruinlfhijcJ upplltintJon.
bill* itro dm* uft*r flr*». Iimrtloimmi
will lx* iireiMinmd ^luoi tlgi nmooy Ih urndcd.
Corr(Mtiou<Vrt^ front luriRliIximiir town* I* ***-
liidicd and cQtgityiinicatfoiift on timely topic*
S loped and (rfiinniiinicatloiw on timely topic* *r«
.Iway* weleoibe.' Alwayu wrltf) on 01m aide of
Im jwijHfr. and ilotyt forget u» imclinw your name
UHannvid^nooof pmidfnlMi. •
• Kntflred at tlu» pimtofllcp, at Til ton, (iporftln, a*
/nail nuiUcr of tliu hijcoiiiI clan*.
plllcial Organ of Borden Monty,
I».~P. Al7liHN,' KdRorT 7
NcVVH llllU VICWH,
It id iiulli/iritutivcly stated that
South Dajrplimt Imo no Uilnl party
nor any prourajDl* of one.
pot). OliftK. fj. M <m wiljbpro"
tnriiciltp pongrflHH from the fourth
( distribt. ijn lias already aoonrnil a
mifllOioqt mimlM'r /if yqlcij to insure
Tho (Imiiooratlp forces of the W'c-
pnti congressional dislriot arc “In the
Buddie," ami it la hoped they will
make no inisluke In sclenting a can-
didale to rejiresctit them in the ilfly-
No volor should be i)llo;vod In par
ticipate! in tbc primary to morrow
lmliKM he fit liy endorses I lie platfnrm
pf tho national deinocmllo parly ro
pcntly adnpled liy tho national demo
pratio cpnvontlon at Chicago, and no
l|on. (luylo Mnl/endon, of Thom
anvilIc, Hlionld keep hii) mouth aliut.
when lie Ima nothing to any. Ilia
Atlanta Ciinalilntion interview shown
an iiniiaiial precocity,- -a lemlmioy In
alioot off before the loading procoss
Home one asked up the other day if
Wo ever saw a good former Whft was a
poor miiji, apd we huyo been |opk!ng
and thinking oyer slime, ami eaimot
yet pul our IipmlH on mitt, Vfu jfpit
dor )f thorn js not a moral in this
Do/iiooruts, whiip you go tq the
primary te-nmri'ow remqliibflr that
0. B. HI ovens, aonprding to.
Berrien County Politics.
Everything is quiet agd iwrc;i
the linnsc journal, opposed out] voted
against Urn taring of railroads'!)) the
pquntioH through whiolj they jtiuis:
as aian ugi)inst tho not organizing tho
It is tlie (pjymn duty of every
deimiorat in Hurricu comity
to go to the prltnat'lpi next Haturduy
and vole for lion. Hen )'!. Huasell or
Homo other good outspoken demo
iirat aa tho party nominee for mm
gi'caa. B.ou.to it, too, llml iimliaput
ml democrats are ri(y>sim aa delegate
and sent to the convention until
Berrien county is solidly demo
pratio. Haven ilcmocrntlc dubs, in
•overt of (lie strongest prcclnola in
the oounty, represent near 1,500
pledged democratic voters. Ami there
lire six other proniuoU (0 hear from,
which will probably raise the figures
jo >,(HIU. hVllnw-demoonits, of Bur-
yieti ppulily, keep the hall rolling for
a thorough organisation.
If you willit to vole against, having
pur plpptions sllpervisetl by federal
bayonets you must vote for democra
cy; tho republican jinrty deplores for
snob a measure in its platform ami
thii pcoplc’ij parly says there is do
danger from litis source mill is silent,
on tlie subject ill its platform; the
demoonuio party declares emphatic
ally against it in its ptatfoim,
Vurily, verily, l say 1111I0 you, that
these urp the days of the turncoat,
ylic poljlipal spmersanlters ami ct'UW-
ilsli, when the right .baud kimweth
pot wliat the left hand Booth; and
ylnh’t want to know. But 11 (lay of
reckoning is coming, when the whoop
of tho crank Is hoard mi more In (lie
hind, and sound reason and true
principle will resume her say.—Snip-
then in Bmmicr laical.
A third party infant 1ms Ihmii
horn in Bropko county. Snead, of
Berrien, and Hagan, of lawmlea
poimties, were kt the ‘‘honiin,’’ and
noted as wet nurses. They tried to
envclup Hum Orillln, tho Hopuhlipnn,
into assisting to wrap Hie "new born’’
about with swaddling clotliee, hut
. Samuel was wise 1 Hum they suspeet-
hiI uml their Joys in this direction
wore turned to grief.
ocrats arc too busily engaged ut their
respective vocations to give much at
tention to political matters.
However, the Ga/.ettk does not
wist: to convey the imjirossion that
the people ure not vitally interested,
for the contrary is true. People nre
taking an interest in politics this
year who have novor done so before,
and n sentiment prevails among them
that tlie democratic party slionid put
forward their very best material to
fill tho various ofllcns; tiiey are pur-
icularly emphatio in tho mutter of
county ofltoes. 'J!ltc editor of tho
(Ja/.kitk lias heard Hie, question of
nominaling county officers discussed
pro rl run, liy sdlis tun tipi citizens
from every section of the county,
and tlie majority seem to favor nom
inations at tills particular time, not
withstanding it is contrary to the
established rule in the county.
They say the conditions arc not
what they were in the good old days
Hint have past, When everybody would
1111 for office who wished and yield-
d only when the last ballot was
counted. In tlie past the )so[dc
wore nil united in one political fam
ily) they know lint one political song,
and that was set to a democratic
tune; they voted without hesitation
or reservation for tho democratic
nominees in sli/tc and national poli
tics and for their respective neigh
bors and friends engaged in a friend
ly scnili race for the various comity
offices. Tlicyj say it was all well
enough then for tlie “hoys'’ to engage
in Hip biennial friendly tills; but,
iyiw, "afljnlier Itiohurd is in the field,”
Third partyism is Htulking abroad,
infusing foreign Idood in the domo-
(lrfttlo political body; the prophets of
tills new political haul is scattering
industriously the seeds of discord
and discontent, I'oqtiiHng new polit
ical taqtiiis to counteract, the baleful
jnlBiencie of their teachings.- They
believe the democrats of' the county
slionid nominate and unite upon one
good man for each nottitty offiuC at
liinst for tills cno time.
It may lie triio'tlmt, Hie third party
contingent in the county Old not put
Ollt a full ticket nr 11 single nom
illpq at the Beaverdam meeting, still
there Call In; no disguising tlie fact
that their mjly hope of success -Is to
Oonuuntrnto their strength upon one
ticket ami cajole the democrats into
division in 11 scrub race. This dom
ooi'uls slionid not permit.
If the (Iahkttk dosired to foster
ils Hellish interest tho editor would
urge a “sortth race," but we are will
iug to sael'illoe pnisoiml intoicsts for
tins once, to tlie future welfaVe of
the domooralie party in Beiric;
■* fMiMHiv «n<1 nil XftfVi
c’MfP hr fit-
(utvlnte Hr wvrirtt
Vft jh»wurn in iKoHRiitHlH #»f i'a**, lift* foU It hi*
iifcjr to make It known to hi* mmnrinu fellow a.
ctnati*«l hy thi* Hiotlvn ami a ileRln* to rcll«*vo
iiiuiHn *uln*rlnif,l will w*ml fn-B nr <;lmrni*,tu all
ylw dexlri* It, thl* rahllM, In tlnnnan, Krcneh or
IUh, with full illrectlon* for preparing and
1 it. tvoit hy mall hy adilreMnIng with Htnmp,
naming thi* f»aj*ir W. A, Nov kb, m l*ower»’
JAMES Z. ELLIOTT,
Owing to the dullness of the trade and appreciating the fact,that Low
Prices is the remedy—the great incentive that gives to trade a wishing im
petus, has determined to inaugurate n cut in prices that will convince the
trade that lie is determined not to he undersold, lie has a largo and dong
pinto stock of general merchandise; ho can mid will save yon money.
Don’t fail to call 011 him before making your purchases.
Sparks,(ia., Juno 17,180‘2. .TAMICH Z.'KLUOTT.
, It ts'li until tu medicine tliul the miiiilh
lk>u .pi^fond* (ho cure Is the
Ay I It’s I mile Karlv Itlsers Kie
Ppills, will perform ait
soM jilanrog mill. IismumI at A,la In
U-ril-i) am tlie im,|sirt» ut C. V.
ylrttw of » morti-UKS U. in. ImmO'I fn
rlor «mrt In furor of J. s. Hollolteia’* Sons
Crohi.-rty i-ilnu-tl out In -;il(! a. fa. Iternndant
noinliol In wrlllnir, tills.Imre #1.1««.
IJAMr.l. W. TISDX.slii-rlfr II,F,
Dull Times Make Low Prices!
Highest cash pvieqs pricey paid for cl;ickcns and qggs, and farm products
gtmerajly. Giyo us a coil tvlrnii you dome fo Tiftoh’witlt anj’lhliig'to sell.
f STRIVE TO PLEASE AU Of OUR CUSTOMERS.
* WILKES’ * GREAT * IRISH«SPECIFIC, *
Cures Cancers, Catarrh and'all other Blood Diseases.
H. A. M’DONOUGH,
QeJnevoJ A gent for IPloricln and Crciorgiu,.
For Sale in Tilton by I>r. .T. C. Goodman, e-tim.
M. W. GASKINS,
GENERAL : : MERCHANT,
Extends a Most Cordial Invitation
To tlie People of the Town (tod the Surround loir Country to 1*
Him n Visit at His New mid ICIeguiit Store.
MIh Speoinlt.ios will bo -
There Is no Houae iri Town having such a Complete Assortment ahd
Carefully Selected Stock of Goods,
Uo cwrdf'R iio/irly everything wh/ch ennuptma a peuentf utoek of Dry OqoiIh, Notion*, ftqitry
Orodwrluii, «u<, ill* ntwk I* all frtmh ami a.vlHlt to hi* atimi will ho mutitiiily J;uUvflvl4i to‘ ihit
uhnacrniiilroIIit, . ' ,*•' l<
Homl to him for any anti nycrytlilnK yon Hoed.
IVTi toll ell "W". Grasfcus,
ISAAC S. I30WE1S T ,
staple GROCER fasgr
i ur.iip v ritiisir ano hhlkctki) stock ok
Dry Goods, Clothing, Hats, Shoes
ami Kvniiv'riiiNfi rncAi.i.v kucnd in a rinsTCLAiw RTOitH.
Of Midi Baptist Sumlay-Sohool As
social ion to lie lu.dd with Zion
Hope clinrcli, Irwin county, July
sill, dll ami Ml, IR’dii.
1 (win. ffif—Introdaotory sermon
liy J!qv. H. d. Hauls, alternate Elder
t:M0 p. m. Address of welcome
hy S. M, Self. Response hy II. T.
Dowling. Short, talks from delegates
Ditto a. til.— 1 nvocation service liy
Kltjer d. A. Cox.
Gqnoral discussion on rejiorls of
delegates received on Friday to lie
Introduced by (I. W. Guest.
HttO pi, in. -Hiiggestions with re
gard to ® improvement of our pres
ent System to lie introduced by Elder
\V. I' 1 . Cox.
It will lie seen (hat nil tlie above
is so closely e.onncotcd that one dis-
mission will he entirely dependent on
another, hence the necessity for »
full delegation on Friday. Wo urge
that tlie attendance bo full, an Hint
the meeting will he fraught jvith
pleasure and pi-ollt.
Zion Hope also contemplates tlie
beginning of lwr protracted meeting
at this time. J.T), C.vuiors,
. W. W. Wmm,.
II. T. Oinvi.tNC. '
I Pay tlio Hiyhast Casii Price for Country Produce.
and win. must: von with
recommend lie Will’s, ititrxitpntlittv. a
mire for import! Wood and neorrnl .leidil-
iv.” ,1.0. ilm-.loino
I,. U. I’allon, Ihwkfortl, tit,,
"Erom porsonnl experience-1 etn
('IK I l)i' Wltl'a
GOOD GOODS, LOW PRICES, FAIR DEALINGS.
I Will Sell Cheaper Than You Can Buy Elsewhere.
ISAAC B, BOWEN,
Huanuitced System of Sclentillc Life and Accident Insurance
At the Most Reasonable Hates.
.1. W. HANNON, State Agent,
I’m'Its’ Hull.;itI,g, TIPTON, OA.
tisrt,Hji(-cial ami l.ocul Agents wanted in every County in tlio State. Good
I refer liv |wrml«(on to (he q.llpwlnfr |.urtle» eim »re timnnn Ure in.u« wtmhave Ireen .»|il for
iraa w.jiipfiVoiyA.a. MidVft. vV. m.b«ii»w.j.T.Onir
Rf.chUmt* Cy the rmiuni'ctlcut IntjcmniLi
TATiu, t. Mnwly
llninur Murray, .1. J>, IVtiMAll. tintin
Kt*r full o«U nn «»c uthlrvM
-. w. M. N*u.n*. J. t. smith,
A&hbum; W. K. JchbHnn, SVItUbuham.Ua.
,U>V. HANNt»S, TirtbStt, \J*.
. . ——-r
. FARMERS' SUPPLIES A
~ - u t -Z:"
Country Produce Bought Sold,
Thafiklng tlio public for a gqporouS patropago ip the past, wo earnestly
solicit a iiojitiimatico of tho tugfl ip.the future,
35, V, BOWEN BBO„
Npnr tlie B. & W. Depot, TIPTON. QAy -
TIFTON DRUG STORE
Kiif.i'rt a Fcr.r. S(/m,r of—
TOILET AND FANCY ARTICLES,
Fii>e PprfiIB> or yi SflhpqJ Boojcs and fStat
X_,arpps pf Every Deseripl
PAINTS, ¥ Q1L§ '¥ AND * YARNIS
SHOES AND HATS.
I carry a frill lino of I^)ry : (lootlH, and : am
Helling AVJdter Goo«1h arva-y Helow Post to i
jhtike room for a splendid Summer Stoqk. /
Give Ic Kir Patronage @J I Will' to Km .
«y FANCY GROCERY AND HARDWARE DERARTpf
Is fully stoolced with the best goods.
Tirmft o.\„ August a?, mot.
II. IT. TIFT.
M'. A- SEXTO 1ST,
Fire Insurance Agent;
Represents the following old, ru|iah)c and popular lire insurance companies
ai»() solicits tbc patronage of tlis insuring public: , .
Insurance Company #f North America,
“Greenwich,'* Total Assets, $1,656,035,43,
“Hartford.’’ Totnl assets, $6,576,610.13.
“Central City,” of Selma, Ala.
Also, write for tlie “Liverpool and London and Globe,”
“•Etna” and “Orient,”
Founded in 1792.
Founded In 1831,
Founded in 1810,
New Types, New Press and Skilled Workman.
I Ain pli'iiM tl to iuiuounoo to mv friend# and patrons in tho com of
lierrum. Invtn, \V otrtii and Cohjiiitt chat 1 have just rreefyed a complete
COUNTRY JOB PRINTING OUTFIT
And am prepared to eteeute at slmrt notiu- and in workmanlike manner all
eiiwses nf euitmievt'ia! and legnl. blank printing.
f solicit your of-dvrs and goarantce to give entire satisfaction in prices
and quality of work, ' Rcspectfolly
B. T. ALLEN
Real Estate and Renting Age*?
lliw on his list of Iienl Estate some very desirahlo farm lands 'in iha ’
viriinity of the “Gate City to South Georgia and Florida.” Keep your eye 1
((U It, and don’t let it gbt fno liigh priced before purclipsing. , ' r ' " |
These lands nre within one uhu seven milss of .town. , ;,, 7 .!' '
If you huw. any Repl EsUtc—hauses or 1aftij--for Ml* or rent you wi^
receive proiupt atitl courteous service by placing them with me.
1 am, very respectfully,
>-‘f- M. A.
JOHN C. HIND,
Contractor and ,13uilcleri§!
AI.I, KI S’ JDS OF WOOmVOI