The Tifton Gazette.
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pffr year, Mcsnto for «lx njontha, and aftoontafur
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•Till lie presented when the money Is needed.
Oomwponitaneo from nuldhUorlfw towns mm*
SlciUnl and eotnuiunluatlons on timely topics are
always weleoinu. Always write on ono side of
tho paper, and don't forget to MtiUiso your name
as an evidence of tfood fulUi,
Kntered at Umj jmisPjIIIoi*, at Tifton, (teorg la, as
fiutll mutter of the seeond class.
Official Organ of Berrien County.
IJ. T. At J,KN. Editor.
New* am View*.
Political Melange, i
Democrats should tee to it that
every third party speech is followed
by. a democrat's one—from the same
hostings or as soon thereafter as
practical. “The truth is mighty and
will prevail.” It is ,on the side bf
The Macon Evoning News says
Glut marriage is on tho wane, And
this is l«up year. How about it,
It should not be forgotten that
tile first Monday in September, by
legal ehaotrneiit, is Labor Day, and a
legal holiday in Georgia.
Property in Tifton and Burrien
county is advanolng in value every
day and an investment it. it is more
valuable than hank itook.
Mr. II. A. Wrench and two sons,
of Dalton, On., have purchased the
Jirunswiok Advertiser and will con
vert it into an afternoon daily.
Tho fanners’ ulllanoo has petered
out, just as was predicted it would
do if launched upon the sea of parti
san politics. Lot it rest in peace.
When you are tired of liaving
Chills get a 50c. bottle of Plantation
Chill Ouro and stop them, If it
fails wo will give you your money
back. Dr. J. (J. Goodman.
After all thut has boon said by the
gossips, to the contrary, it now ap
pears that the Plant railroad system
Jms not gobbled up t|io Golumlms
South Georgia editors are now tell
ing their readers what they don’t
knuw about tlm tolmoeo industry.
Tho export growers read their disser
tations with a smile.
Ten years iienco a well regulated
fafm In Berrien county will bring
big money. Murk the prediction. If
you want a farm in Berrien county
you should buy it now,
it matters unt wlmt political party
a man belongs to his first, duty is to
liia family, and his family calls for
provisions and clothing! it tubus lime
and tmery to scouro them.
The peach crop has been marketed
tlm returns are all In and the growers
arc counting tho profits of the orop,
Thil say the orop about Port Valley
and Marslmllvillc has put $‘.100,000
In olroiilatjon In that section.
By judicious murkoliug tlm (South
Carolina melon growers have made
tho 000 car loads which they Imui
shipped tins year pay them *71,000,
twice as much as imioli as they re
ceived for 1,100 car loads shipped
Do not let other merchants palm
oil other preparations in you because
they have nut Plantation C'ldll Cure
in Hlook. Apply to agent named
below, who guarantees it, Dr. J. C,
Berrien county land, good farming
land, can hu bought very cheap now
and nil most favorable terms, ami a
man with energy, economy and good
judgment mm make the laud pay for
itself in a few years, Maks the trial
and be convinced.
The school hook war, raging in
other portions of the state, has not
reached Berrien county yet and it is
to hu hoped thut it will not, Our
sohool board is patriotic and hugest
enough to look well after the best
in torus Ml of our schools and children.
It was shown at the Gainesville
meeting lost wouk that tho state till!
Utice exchange commenced business
with $74,000 throe yoms ago. Hut
its assets now, with candidate l’eok
as its president, is only Mb.OiJO, The
anniiai loss has averaged #DJ,000.
Flue allowing, eh?
On tho 10th of September, In tlm
superior oon.it of Blhb county, the
petition of IV. B. Sparks, receiver of
tlm Georgia Southern and Florida, to
borrow .$450,000 with Which to com-
plate tho Tifton mid Thoinasvillo
railroad will be board, That Urn pe
tition will bo sanctioned tbero it lit
If Hon, Bon E. Russell is a candi
date by the operation of frauli, as is
being iterated and re-iterated by
some of the late Stevens organs, how
and why do they pluy tho hypocrite
by condoning the fraud. The Ga-
zettk knows Russell sufficiently
well to believe that lie would not be
come a party to any sort of fraud, he
would /not ucocpta nomination se
cured by fraud, and any imputations
to that effect is not only unkind und
unjust to him but unworthy tho per
sons wiio make them.
The third party jieopls of Worth
und Berrien countios huro hod tho
good sense to nominate their very
best men for representatives in the
legislature, men whom the G a si mu
believes would servo tliolr counties'
interests to the best of the knowl
edge and ability, without rugard to
purty politics. But, then, they arc
in llio wrong party mid will not be
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John Churchwell & Son,
DEALERS IN f
General - Merchandise,
We bag to Inform tlio public tliat we have on hand a complete and well selected stock of General
Merchaiidfsot fconslsttnK Inipart of £ -
Dry-Goods, Notions, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Staple and
Fancy Groceries, Tobacco, Etc.
Which wc will sell at HOCK JSOTTOM WlfCKS. Wo have no wood to buy or rent to pay, and
hence can afford to sell our goods at
PRICKS TO SUIT THE HARD TIMES.
Call to see us when you come to Drookfleld and we will convince you that we will jioeitively save
you much money.
Wo will lie prepared to buy oottou and all other kinds of country produce and pay therefor the
HlOllttBT MARKKT TRICK!). Ho eure and let us hid on your cot ton, and sell you your supplies.
Country Produee Bought and
Trade at the Cheap Cash Store,
Highest cash prices prices paid for chickens and oggs, and farm ]
generally, Givo us a coll when you eomo to Tifton With anything
where you can buy the greatest rjuantlty and best quality of goods
for tho least amount of money, __ v
Don't forget to call on us \ wo will Imj found at tho sumo otd stand.'
Yours very respectfully,
Jlrookflohl, On., July 29,1S03. John Chlirchwoll Jt Soil.
Dull Times Make Low Prices !
JAMES Z. ELLIOTT,
Valdosta democrats are working
up a big barbecue and rally for tho
10th of September, and invite their
friends of every political huo to go
and hour tho truths of democracy ex
pounded, ns well us enjoy the tooth,
some barbecue. Let everybody go,
Cheap rate* on tho railroads.
Thousands upon thousands of the
better oluss of tho colored voters of
Georgia will snpporl Governor Nor-
then and the entire democratic stale
ticket in tho present campaign, l’lioy
have at last dto covered who are their
real friends in time of need.
Georgia lias been called upon by
Die imtiouul demoartitio executive
committee to furnish a full quota of
campaign speakers. The requisition
calls for the services of Hons. if. ().
DuBIgnon, A. O. Bacon, It. W. Pat
terson and other eloquent Georgia
democrats. The enmmitteo Ims de
termined upon a vigorous cumpaigu
throughout the country.
Owing to tho dullness of the trade atul appreciating the fact that Low
Prices !h tho remedy—the great incentive tliat gives to trade a rushing im
petus, has determined to inaugurate a cut in prices that will convince the
trade that lie is determined not to bo nndorsold. ITo has a largo and com
plotc stock of general merchandise; ho can and will savo you money.
Don’t fail to call on him boforo making yotir purchases.
Sparks, Go., Juno 17,1802. JAMES Z. ELLIOTT.
M. W. GASKINS,
GENERAL ;■ MERCHANT,
Extends a Most Cordial Invitation
To the People of the To wound the Surrounding Country to F
Him u Visit at His New and IClcgaut Store.
His Specialties will bo-
Thoro is no House in Town having such a Complete Assortment and
Carefully Selected Stoek of Goods.
Hu carries nearly everything whlujt constitute a (tenoral stock of Dry Goods, Notions, lloavy
(ironorles, oto. Ills stock Is all fresh ami a visit tft Ills store will bo mutually beuollelal to pur
chaser anil solter.
Hem! to him for any and everything you need.
Tho third party wlioopcis arogrow
lug faint under the war campaign
democrats arc waging against their
heresies, am! many of their would-be
orators are being knocked out in the
Lot democratic speakers remember
Hint vituperation ami abuse will not
answer for argument ami are impo
tent to win back an erring brother
from tho vagaries of third. partylsm.
Argue the questions of the day kind
ly and firmly, but do not fall to toll
the whole truth simply because some
body’s feelings might got milled,
Mitchell "W. Graskins,
ISAAC S. BOWEN,
The Atlanta Journal says: “The
presoul oumpaign is bringing to the
front in Georgia an army of demo
cratic thunderers whose voices might
hover have been heard in tlm ab
sence of un amorgenoy such as is
upon ns. It’s an ill wind, elo.” The
best feature of the campaign is, how
ever, this “army of douiooratlo thun,
derers” have truth, right und justioc
ou their side, which accounts for and
assists their sudden oloquenoe.
Dyspepsia, distress after eating, tour
stepinelt, poor appetite, bad taste, coated
tritium are cured by Pi
tqngU(l ami heartburn ore cured by Do
Will’s I,title Early Risers, the famous
lltllii plus, Dr. J. U. Uacduian.
a louer ntmi auugxi iiumionujn. who was for
so*urnl yuant Comtninsiuuov of Agrloulturo or
tlio siito of U corn la.
Atlanta, Oa., July Dili, ltea.
DK.viv«iRt-‘Boma time early in May I am-
OlUtlotl fruiu whal 1 nail htaml of It. that tlto
uimiuii tiwui on.iv i null mmru w u.iuuiiim
KbtblfupoiMi kukh uymimiw tinvo 0« sale, utiabl
lH>i.rsor*li-otouu>. 1 lixtlieen tnrmrj.y yran
a sulTorpr null a iUmiuuuI snn.miia. ,.r the shim
»ntl Uv vt, anti l wstatstl u> see U» otteet <>t
hu KlMIttawlM UISHI those ilnrans. AttuunUug-
ir.l trlfo k'l*ntu apan * highVt*»r, bit! oxi»-
rlemw-lmi lwnenta.ru a. my ilvur h.u com
Why pav other dealers Tie. and $1
for a oiiifl cure whmt you can get
J'luatution (’hill Ottrc, a beUKr out-,,
dfitr fllio, ? Dr, J. U, Goodnittu,
.......iy I tUMte a local application w my Urer,
Pluoln* tlm plate In oontaut Herewith for almut
fpur hours* This application juwiuctol conshh
. nr hours.' this aiJpHmhm ii
Jwrviuj my HM*r to at.
of the* opinion now simtil
Jt w.wu It iwssoU away of
;tl kinwknuuxM well, I am
. lemtil ! mahe a ttw mute
almllitr k|i|ilitat t«ik, thmigh Irn Mvt-w, that t
ktiatl tie sreatti twiiamail 7r not anUroty etimt
Iilsatt my ohyalaml atouiaet,.
I apt'tfml thaKloettoiHilw touiy dkuchtar, who
lets been a gw at attlTerer r<iri mtmlwrtif sprlnga
with Caver amt lutwal trtniTtlea. -St two (leys’
tlnta site not Italy filter U» favor, but of tho
tmwl eintiutly at «.li.
In all ewwi fi akitnaia •» eoii.ltlar the Watt-
n«t»;|s« atiuoet ini!i>iwwie|l>lr
h.'-r all intones!ten, tree ail<tr.'«
Alt ‘ -
Do jon know that Plantation Olittl
Umv is sold under a positive guaran
tee? Jt ousts 50o, jHtr bottle, but if
it fails Sfe money wijl be given bocii
tit yog, Dr- J, u Goodman.
1 KKKl* A VUKHIl AND \VKt.I, 8Kt.IiCTKt) STOCK OF .
Dry Goods, Clothing, Hats, Shoes
AND BV’KtlYTUINO UBOAU.Y FOUND IN A FIHBT-tTeV88 BTOttK.
I Pay tha Highest Cash Price "'for Country Produce.
. • , AND WIU. rt.F.ARE YOU WITH . " ,
GOOD GOODS, LOW PRICES, FAIR DEALINGS.
I Will Soil Cheaper Than You Can Buy Elsewhere.
ISAAC 8. BOWEN,
Of Wutorbury, Connecticut..
\ Guaranteed System or Scientific Life and Accident Insnrance
At the Most Reasonable Rates.
J. W. HANNON, State Agent,
Parka* BulKHug, TIFTON, GA.
«n.Sitooiiii ami Local Agents wanted in every County in the State. Good
i refer by iwtinlwlnti hi the folliMrinc partb-a who ara amons tha mattr who hart haan raid for
hwblitnu by IbaCosnnaoilout Indemnity t W. It. Oliver, A. J. McCrea, W. K. Hollar., J.T.Smith,
ibmiorMurray,,!. I). }'eamll,Ttftnnl,v««.T.(IrmUj, Aahbumi W.R. Jobiuion, WUUiif.liain,«a.
Fur full y-arUctilant, iu.lt n» or ailitreaa ,r. W. HANNON, Tllt,)U, Oa.
Job .Printing Gfl3.ce,
E. P. BOWEN &
- DEALERS IN -
, ' ' : ^
FARMERS’ SUPPLIES A SPECIAI
«STRIVE Ifl PLEASE ALL I OUR«
Tltanking tho public for a generous patronage in the' past, wo ea
solicit a continuance of tho same in the future.
E. P. BOWEN aSrtBRO/T
Near the B. & W. Depot, TIFTON, Cl
TIFTON DRUG STORI
■ Kukus a Full Supply of
n in n 1 Tk ‘ ir v •
TOILET AND FANCY''ABTIOLES^—
Fine Perfumery, School Bookstand Stationary
Larrps of Every Description: 1
PAINTS, * OILS * AND a VARNISH
Tho most seleut stoek of Tobaccos and Cigars .In the city.’
My customers ean-be served with good Havana cigars.
I call special attention to Prof. Dezter’aCuinrrli Cure, Magic Bal
Kidney null Liver Cure, Lung Kostdror, Mesmeric Blood Cicamel
anil Itlieuimitlc Cure. They are proprietary jpedlclnos that are rscomtnsndtd
very highly for the purposes utfdmod for them.
BcS' FRESHEST and BEST GARDEN SEEDS, tdl the year to;
Call and see mo.
Tifton, Ga., April 22,1891. „ J. C. GOODMAN,
BI Gr BA.RGrA.HNT B
SHOES AND HATS.
1 carry a full line of Dry-Qoods, and am.
selling AVinter Goods away Below Ops
make room for a splendid Summer Stock,
Give le Yir Psttronage ai I Will Save lea Hone;.
MY FANCY GROCERY AND HARDWARE DBRARTMENT
Is fully stocked with the best goods. N
TIFTON, OA., August »7, 1891.
H. H. TIFT.
M. A,. SEXTON,..
Fire Insurance Agent, ‘
Represents tho following old, reliable and popular fire insurance companies
and solicits the patronage of the insuring publio: I
Insnrance Company of North America,
.••Greenwich," Total Assets, $1,650,030,43.
••Hartford.” Total assets, 96,576,016.11.
••Central City,** of Selma, Ala.
Also, write for tho "Liverpool and London and Globe,”
“Etna” and “Orient.”
Founded in 1702.
Fonndcd In 1S34,
Founded in 1610,
Real Estate and Renting Agent
nos oii his list of Res! Estate some very desirable farm lands in the
vicinity of the “Gate City to South Georgia and Florida.” Keep yonr ey>-
on it, and don’t let it get too high prioed before purchasing.
Those lands are within one and seven miles of town.
If you have any Beal Estate—houses or land—for sale br rent you will
receive prompt and courteous aorvieo by placiug them withiroc. ' •
New Types, New Press and Skilled Workman.
I ani, pleased to announce to my friomla and patrons in the com ties of
Benion, Irwin, Worth and Colquitt dint I have just received a complete
COUNTRY JOB PRINTING OUTFIT
And am prepared to oxoeute at short notice and in workmanliko manner all
otasaoK of comieerelal nnd itgal blank printing.
t solicit yonr orders and guarantee to give entire satisfaction ha price*
and quality of work.. Respectfully
wvKiW.HXft, •p m A T T T?xr
okhuoia. -P, JL'i
I am, very respectfully,
M. A. SEXTOTSI'^*
JOHN C. HIND
Contractor and H Ull(3.6
ALL. KINDS OF WOODWORK DONE ON