THIS GAZETTE: Til 1 TON. GA
The Tifton Gazette.
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bio ill Wrrfcn »mt sOnUkumls coiwlist.
I'lhMrtpUoii price of
for »o»r, M oont, for si* wimtlu,
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—ft Unit Inaortlon uvl
Ailvartlilns Milt we rtiui oftur
Will lx> |>r«XM'iiU!il wbnii
, , nmrtlmii
him tint oionojr It nooiloo.
iIwava walconiCi Alwtyit wfltn on oim fliki of
■ tli0l*|W, anil don't OreMttffl encloiw ynr nniim
m5» l?n«i/!d*"!ai Tifton, neural*, a»
mill iiutltor of Hi* tcciniil elite.
Official Organ of Berrien fount).
n. T. AI.I.HK. Editor.
Nows nnit View*.
Peek's "slavery bill,” like "Han-
/(no’# ghost," will not (town at bis
Tho (ureal road to financial re
form ia by the way of domestic rntli
or than political economy.
President John L. Herring. of the
Worth Comity Suinliiy-H'ohool Asso-
Clution, hero ia our*if, Shake 1
The Waresboro Union la to be
moved to Wuyoroaa und it* name
ohitngo'l to the Warn County Union.
Wi regress Ccorgia will have oorn
to sell und oorn to keep neat year.
The crop in thia aoetlon wa* never
Hnvitnimh wan connected with Ku-
ropoan olliea Inst Monday by a line of
direct trade steamships, and elm in
Tim corner atone wiw laid lual week
for a Mcthodlat college at McRiyj—-
to bo known an the Mouth (leorgia
lion. II. (I. Turner ia announced
to make a thorough canvass of the
eleventh diatrict, tunkiiig neveral
upcecliea in cuoh comity.
Thu newspapers of south Georgia
arc talking up the lobmicu and fruit
ituluatriea. Hither of them will boat
pnlitica na a financial reform move
The exceeding‘clone vote in the
Alabama gubernatorial election en-
oouragea the thought among rcpub-
licana that thodaynof the ho1 Id aimth
la nuniliorod with the things of the
Tho ntate fair will bo held in Ma
con thia year, commencing October
Sfith and cloning November 4th. Thu
premium hat, juat out, la the lurgeit
anil moat attractive ever offered by
tho unsocial urn.
Tho third parlyitoa are In the mid
dle, hut they are riding at break
neck upend in tho wrong direction.
There ia no tluanolul reform in in-
croiiAed penaiona, in the gnvermnunt
ownership of railroads, telegraph und
telephone linen, n protective tariff,
The nnuntmlly of tho Herriovi
ominty dcmooriioy in amnething of
which tho Oaurttr is proud—It in
u mutter for general congratulation
There in hut ono name before the pri
maries next Saturday for represents-
live in tho legislature and that name
is-H. II. Knight.
Tin: oonslBtcmiy of Would-be Gov
ernor Peek la aliown when lie mlvo-
oateB the sale of the atnto’a milroad
(Wentcrn und Atlantic) to gel it out
of polities, nnd then wants the Uni
ted States government to buy all the
railroads of tho country that .they
may be dragged into politics.
Two foots to call to mind now and
then are, that tho democrats left a
treasury overflowing with funds
when the Cleveland administration
wont out; and the democratic con
gress camo in finding empty colters,
The unprecedented rainfall of the
past three months has cast u pall of
gloom over every section of southern
und southwestern Georgia. Scarcely
has a day pussed during that period
that more or less ruin has not fallen.
Tho farmers say their cotton has
been drowned and much of it is dy
ing. And they are fearful should
the rain stop suddenly the hot sun
would do infinitely more damage
by scalding the plunt to death. They
say, further, that they are unable to
gather the cotton which has com
menced toopon. Altogether the pros
pect ia gloomy for our farmer friends.
The farmers urn not the only suf
ferera. Mill men are compluining
that it ia impossible for them to fur
nish their mills with toga, owing to
the wet and spongy condition of the
woods. Turpentine men are injured
by their inability to get the crude
turpentine from the woods; also, by
tho fact that the ruiny weather pre
vents turpentine from running well.
Mo it is with nearly every line of
business—ovon tho printer’s patience
ia severely taxed by the dnmpness,
which renders him unable to do his
printing os well us he would like.
Hut good may come to ua from
tliia dispensation of providence. God
knows what is best for us and dooth
ail tilings well. Let us, then, rejoice
in our teeming adversity und take
courage for the future.
John Churchwell & Son,
General - Merchandise,
Wa beft to Inform the public that we have on hand a complete and well aeleeted Mock of General
Mercliaudiite, emulating in pan of
Dry-Goods, Notions, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Staple and
Fancy Groceries, Tobacco, Etc.,
We liave no wood to buy or rent to pay, and
Which wa will Nil At ROCK BOTTOM PRICEH.
banco can afford to ae1! our gooda at
PRICES TO SUIT THE HARD TIMES,
CaII to aeo ua when you coiuo to Brookfield and we will convlnoo you that we will politicly aavo
you much money.
Wo will bo prepared to buy cottou and-all other Jcinda of country produce and pay therefor tho
1IIQUK8T MAHRET PRICES. Ho aure and let un bid on your cotton, and Mil you your auppHeii.
Trade at the Cheap Cash Store,
where you con buy the greatest quantity and bear, quality of good*
for the leant amount of money.
Don’t forget to call on ui; wa will be found at the aarao old (Hand.
Your* vary respectfully,
BrooMWii.o*., JulySO.WM. Jolia Churchwell & Son.
Dull Times Make Low Prices!
JAMES Z. ELLIOTT,
Owing to tho dullnosB of the trade and appreciating tho fact, that Low
Prices is the remedy—the great incentive that gives to trado a rushing im
petus, ban determined to inaugurate a cut in prices that will convince the
trade that he is determined not to be undersold. He has a largo and com
plute stock of genoral merchandise; he can and will save you money.
Don’t fail to call on him before making your purchases.
Sparks, Ga., Juno 17,1802. JAMES Z. ELLIOTT.
E. P. BOWEN &
— DEALERS IN
FARMERS’ SUPPLIES A SPECIALTY.
Country Produee Bought and Sold.
Highest cash prices prices paid for chickens and oggs, and farm prodnets
generally. Give ns a call when you come to Tifton with anything to sell.
WE Ml 10 PLEASE ELL OF OUR CUSTOMERS.
Thanking the pnblic for a generous patronage in the past, wo earnestly
solicit a continuance of the same in the future.
E. P. BOWEN & BRO.
Hoar the B. & W. Depot, TIFTON, GA.
TIFTON DRUG STORE
If aura a Foul Surri/r or——
Vurqtintod Bociirlty at the Min
Thu Fidelity Mutual, of Philudet-
[thia. is not the oldest, nor is it the
urgent insurance company in the
world, but it ia unquestionably the
strongest. No company of which >ve
have any knowledge, whether foreign
or domestic, cuii compare with it in
resources nnd enduring powers. Its
pinna conform to well established in
surance principles, ami cure all the
weak polnUi of both co-operative nud
old line systems of Insurance. I’hms
obcorfully given by M. J. Kent,
agent, Tifton, Un.
Itov. John T. Dodgers.
Tins gentleman, who it will be
remembered was nominated at Jes-
up for congress by tho third party
convention of the eleventh district,
is out in a lengthy letter to liis local
paper, the Kastman Times-journal:
in which ho declines the proffered
nomination and leaves that party
without u candidate.
In declining tho honor Rev. Mr,
Rodgers says he “is a democrat and
a preacher of the gospel, and while
the ofllce in this instance has sought
tile man, the latter has no desire fur
There is a whole sermon to the
third party people in tho following
excerpt from his letter:
"While I believe the deinooralio
party should legislate into law ecr
tain measures for the relief of a cer
tain class of our people, mill 1 fail
to see the propriety of deserting il
and joining a party which, should il
nnd deficiencies to meet, the result
of two years of republican rule.
When you arc tired of having
chills get a title, bottln of Plantation
Chill Cure and stop them. If it
fails we will’give you your money
book. Dr. J. 0. Gondnmn.
The «xo of tho postal service by
third partyites to illustrate how
cheaply the government would run
the railroads if it owned thorn is a good
one—for tho democrats. When the
people learn that congress line to
make,an appropriation annually to
pay the current expenses of the pipt-
.ofllce department they will rightly
7 A : jseoolfidc that _ ths* illustration .don’t
nvvSKfo:. rtovihu knn>rthat Plnnfatloii'L'hlll
tidor ji positive gmwrn-
50o. per bottle, bu.t if
: V will*he gi vec back
its most, sanguine supporters, ouiuiot
afford greutor or speedier relief than
the democratic party when it has tin
administration nnd both houses of
congress under its control. 1 boliavo
the people of this great common
wealth will delegate thia jimver of
control to the democratic party at
tho coming November deal ions, ami
I further believe It will then give us
the relief wc demand. Let us stick
to (he old party until the test is
made at least."
The delegates elected to tho dem
ocratic convention for tho Bixth sen
atorial district are hereby notified to
assemble at the court boos?, Valdos
ta, Ga., at 11 o'clock, a. m. ou Wed
nesday, the 31st.slayof August, 1802
to nominate a candidate for senator
to represent the sixth senatorial dis-
triet in the next general assembly.
I', li. Wninur,
Chr.t’n, Ex. Com. Oth Son. Din.
August 4th, 1802.
Attention Voters oftlio I'oonle'r-
ktortj\ Hewlett County.
Ydn are hereby respectfully re
quested to meet in moss meeting in
the Court* house in Nashville, by 10
o’clock on August 27lh next, for the
purpose of electing delegates to the
congressional and seimtorial txmvm-
tions, to nominate a candidate for
legislative, honors and to attend to
other mutters of importance. This
July 25th, 18(12,
M. W. GASKINS,
GENERAL : : MERCHANT,
Extends a Most Cordial Invitation
To tlic People of tho Town nud tho Surrounding Country to 1’
Him n Visit at Ills Now and Elegant Store,
His Specialties will bo-
There is no House In Town having suoh a Complete Assortment and
Carefully Selected Stock of Goods.
I(f! eartlon nearly everythin)' which coiiMtituto a Kcnernl *tock o( Dry Gootla, Hotinns, Heavy
arowrfart, ut<!. Hd ito«k is all frtnh ami a vdit to hid start will bo mutually benoilchU to pur-
ctiftwir am* Mllor.
Henil to him for any »n«l everything yon nwd.
ISAAC S. BOWEN,
TOILET AND FANCY ARTICLES,
Fine Perfumery, School Books and Stationary.
Larrps of Every Description.
PAINTS, * OILS * AND * VARNISHES.
The moat detect stock of Tobaccos and
My customers can be served with good Havens
[■ the city,
I cell special attention to Prof. Dextcr’a Cntnrrli Cure, Magic Balm
Kidney and Liver Cure, Lung Restorer, Mesmeric Blood Clennsex
nnd Rheumatic Cure. They aro proprietary medicines that are recommended
very highly for the purposes claimed for them.
I®- KRK8HEST ahd BE8T GARDEN SEEDS, all the year round.
• Call and boo me.
Tifton, Ga., April 22,1891. J. C. GOODMAN.
BIGr BARGAINS !
SHOES AND HATS.
i KBRP A FRBfeJ! AND WKI.L BBLRCTRD STOCK OF
Dry Goods, Clothing, Hats, Shoes
and nvanYTitiNM usually found in a fhist-clars stork.
1 Pny t,he Highest Cash Price for Country Produce.
AND WILL FLRAHE YOU WITH
GOOD GOODS, LOW PRICES, FAIR DEALINGS.
I Will Sell Cheaper Than You Can Buy^Elsewhere.
Of Waterbury, Ooimooticut.
Guarantrrd System of Scientific Life .and Accident Insnranre
At the illost Kexnosahle Rates.
J. W. HANNON, 8tut« Agent,
Pnrha* Building, TIFTON, GA.
*®.Sriuoial and I/Ocal Agonis wanted in every County in the State. Good
I ;*f,r by w tuilylim l.i llw Mlnwnic psUlfS who »r» Mimn* tho msnv who h»™ Iwen nsld for
f.v ire (ViinOMlIcut o>lfmnVlv W II.Ollvw. A-.lTMoCn-s, W. M. Soll.ws, J.-A8ml!a,
mil, Tittoe i ,!*». Y, Ilriidx. Avbbura; W. R. Johustoc, yfr* n ~- fc — —
Hiiiocr Xurrsy, ■]. l>. rrwmll,
For full jwrueulsrt, r*ll ro o, sililvo,!.
J. W. HANNON, Tilton, lie.
Guaranteed to- cute
hch in to ttihwiss,
, For sale hy J,’
Pnullt * Co..Tlhcn, tb
Job Printing Office.
New Types, New Press and Skilled Workman.
I fwtn pleAM*) to announce to my friuedn and pRctmifs -in the ecu» of
Bcrrion, Irwin* Worth nnd Colquitt thftt I have just received & complete
COUNTRY JOB PRINTING OUTFIT
And nm prepared to execute nt hhort notice and in workmanlike manner all
eliwseaqf com mere: al and legal blank printing.'
I > solioit-your mdew And guarantee to give entire satWaction in priets
and quality of work. . Respectfully
xovs m n. n o. T) rn A T T TJ'TVT
Tim/; orogowu , JL .
I cari’y a fall line of Dry-Woods, and arn
selling "Winter Goods away Below Cost to
make room for a splendid Summer Stook.
Give He In Patronage jid 1 Will Save Yob M«j.
MV FANCY GROCERY AND HARDWARE DERARTMSKT
Is fully stocked with the best goods.
TIFTON, OA., Augusi 27, 1801.
H. H. TIFT.
t 7 i
M. A.. SEXTON,
Fire Insurance Agent,
Reprcuontfl the following old, reliable and popular fire insurance oompanles
and aolicite tho jiatronago of the insuring public:
Insurance Company *f North America, • - Fonidtd In I7#2.
“flreentrlcl,” Total Asset*, $ I, Ml,035,4S. . Fennded ia ISS(.
‘'Hartford.” Total assets, $6,676,CI6.IS. - Founded in 1810.
“Central CUy,” ef Selma, Ala.
Also, write for the “Liverpool and London and Globe,”
‘‘.Etna” and “Orteal.”
Real Estate and Renting Agent.
Haa on his list of Real Estate Home very desirable farm lands in ‘.he
vicinity of tho "Gate City to South Georgia and Florida.” Keep your «y»
on it, and don’t let it get too high priced before purchasing. |&||||
These lands are within one and seven miles of town.
If yon have any Beal Estate—houses or land—for sals or rent yon will
receive prompt and courteous service by placing, them with me.
1 am, very respectfully,
M. A. SEXTOK.
‘ ' ' sat'
JOHN C. HINDI
Con tractor? wBui
GT Hans and
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