gji.00 PER ANNUM.
WHAT BUSINESS MEN AND LOAFERS
FIND TO TALK ABOUT.
Pavement Paragraphs Pfckrd Pp ami Pen
sively Penned—All Pertaining to
Persons and ThlngB.
Stylish winter hats at Miss Miller’s.
Mr. J. T. Austin, of Enigma, ia
out again after a couple of week’s se
Miss Emmit Allbntton, of Nash
ville, is visiting her cousin, Mrs. 0.
Mr. and Mr. J:W. Hannon are
visiting at her parents—Mi. and Mrs.
J, B. Greene.
Several splendid rains have fallen
recently ar.d Tifton gardens are
growing off nicely.
! Not a prize in every hut sold by
Miss Miller nut style is guaranteed.
Look for the comet Sunday night.
Astronomers Bay it will then be near
est the earth than at any time during
His advent. \ ’
Che frame work for Mr. W. N.
i’s new residence on Love avenue
b, and promises to be a large and
0. W. Fulwood lias had a
boom a,dded to his dwelling
\J. A. MoOrea is having one
go, who hn8_bqen.v[sit
ing her aunts Mrs. ~Fogle and MTS?
Leonard for some time past, has gene
to visit relatives ill Floridu.
Mr. J. L. Herring find family
wept home Monday after a very en
joyable visit at Mr'. Herring’s par-
' ents—Mr. aud Mrs. J. B. Greene.
A fair test. Price goods at even-
store in Tifton then go and • 0 wlrnt
U can do on some articles at Pud
There was a stabbing affray in
Tift’s quarter Monday morning, two
W negroes. The aggressor wus required
J to deposit $20 with the city treasur-
I IT. v; * /'
' Mrs. Eliza Burks, of Red Bjjiirff,
passed through Tifton last Tucsdaj
enroute for Sparks to visit her par
ents-.-,lodge and Mrs. G. E. Wil
A fine opportunity was offered our
' citizens this week to purchase some
blooded mitoh cattle. Herdsmen
had a nice drove for sain at William’s
Col. 0. W. Fulwood has sohf his
Sibley property—a small lioj/e and
ton aores of land just outside the ini
corporate limits of Tifton—to Mr.
Jake W, Paulk.
You want ’em, and I have ’em.
Cheap and stylish hare at Miss Mil
ler’s. Comb and see for yourselves.
I Messrs. Silas Tygart and Reuben
* W. Connell, of Nashville, candidates
for clerk and treasurer respectively,
were in the city Tuesday looking af
ter their interests.
Mr. Daniel McMillan has sent to
thisoflico a sweet potato weighing
17 J pounds. Verily it is a largo po
tato, though not as large as one or
two others we have seen.
The Gazette is pleased to learn
that Mr. H. M. Knight, of Sparks,
who has been helpless for some time
from paralysis, is improved and there
is now some hopes of his entire re
Messrs. W. J. Nelson, of Valdosta,
d J. W. Nelson, of Ty-Ty, made a
abort but pleasant call at the editor’s
sanctum laofcifreek. let them come
Basil’ again; the latch strings hangs on the
83 rin», ind. __
use it never fails f
■ crowd (
and Messrs. J, H. Goodman and T.
M. Greene. ,
The last quarterly conference for
the Alapaha circuit—comprising the
ohurohes at Alapaba, Tifton, Euig-
ma and Bethseda—was held Wednes
day at Enigma, Elder Ward law
presiding. Nothing but routine bus
iness was transacted.
A pretty woman under an ugly
hat is horrid. Miss Miller has the
prettiest hats ever shown in Tifton.
The Y. M. 0. A. anniveraay was
observed by 1 the members of the
young men’B prayer- meeting last
Sunday. The meeting was led by
the editor, and interesting talks were
made by Mr. J. K. Carswell, and
Revs. Grumpier and Irwin.
Col. C. W. Fulwood and sister,
Miss Willie, a*-d Mr. J. HawkinB
Goodman have gone to Winter Hav
en, Fla., for several days outing
among the lakes—and jungles—of
that region. The party made exten
sive preparation* for fishing and
Hon. JesseWilkerson, of Mill-
towu, the new candidate for orciinn-
ny of Berrien oouiity, was in Tifton
lust Wednesday shaking hands with
hie friends in this community. He
is one of the Gazette’s staunchest
friends and, of course, made a pleas
ant call at the sanctum.
Mayor Love hHS been confined to
rejoin for several days with a bad
ly bruised foot, but he is hobbling
about some now and will soon be on
“both feet” as usual. He was riding
on u freight trian when he got hurt;
a sudden jerk of the train upset his
chair anil threw hia foot violently
against the brake rod.
Judge H. T. Peeples held the rcc-
ular monthly and quarterly sessions
of Berrien county oourt lust Monday.
The quarterly session of the court
was adjourned until the third Mon
■lay in Dicember. Lawyers, litigants
and others interested in the court
will do frell to take notice aud gov
ern themselves accordingly.
Capt. J. A. Phillips, of Tifton, re
ceived an appointment from Govern
or Northcn as a delegate to the road
cougress which convened in Mem.
phis, Tenn., last week. He couldn’t,
go himself and made several inof-
feotual efforts to secure a substitute,
The Gazette would have been glad
if Tiftou could have been represent
Augustin Hansel! Peeples, of
Nashville, eon of Judge .and Mrs. H.
T. Peeples and one of the moat ex
emplary young moftofjkrfnen coun
ty, died at his hofflffin Nashville/me
day last week of typhoid fever. The
G azette tenders sincere condolence
to the many sorrowing relatives and
friends who mourn his untimely
death. He leaves a wife and one
Drummers are visiting the farm
houses of Berrien and adjoining
counties for the purpose of^bhyiug
all the goose feathers they find for
sale. It is told, as a/joke we pre
sume, that they aiQnfrsuading some
of the unsuspecting country women
that it is imtidalthy to sleep on a
featherbed even in winter time, and
thus succeed in . purchasing the
feathers iu their feather beds.
Messrs. T. 0. Knight, candidate
for tax collector, W. B. Futob, can
didate for treasurer, xml Gv W.
Mooro, candidate for clerk of the so
perior conrt of Berrien county, wus
in the, city last Saturday looking af
ter the interest of tlieir respective
candidae ics, and made pleasant calls
at the Gazette sanctum. The first
ltleman, is from the Mill
Tint,-Jrnile the other two
r v...... Nashville.
m ' re are some badly behaved boy*
In the city and they made themwlves
known at the benefit for the cbai'ches
and also a Prof. Hoggin's exhibition.
The editor was sorry to know there
was a badly behaved boy in Tifton
land hopes those who misbehaved at
the above mentioned entertaiymfntv
HfJt have become ashamed of themselves
ami resolved to befiavAsi
wlwn tttey go to puhlie |
GARNERED BY THE PENCIL
TIFTON, BERRIEN COUNTY, GEORGIA, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1892
TEMS OF LOCAL INTEREST.
Botch of Newt from Neighboring Countie*
Deemed of Special Interest to
The Breeze has returned to its p. i.
Ben Russell’s majority in Colquitt
county was 222; Cleveland's 264.
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Cooper are
preparing to move from Sycamore to
The Breeze says the new Metho
dist church at Douglas will be com
pleted in a few days.
'Candidates for the county offices
l Colquitt county are “thick as
leaves iu Valambrosin.”
Mr. Dempsy Ruy, of Irwin county,
on a visit to hia old home and
friends.—Macon County Citizen.
The death of Hon. L. F. Haddock,
of Quitman, is announced. He was
a good man and an upright citizen.
The populists of Worth county, it
is said, will meet on the 80th to- put
out a full ticket for the county ofii
Coffee superior court was in session
last week aud-. the business of
the county transuded in short
Mr. Geo. W. Warreu, of southeast
Worth county, has sstarfred the seed
and will plant sixtewi acres in paper
Mr. James W. Gilcsand ipsa Maiy
J. Crowley, of Uolquitt Wnty, wpre
married on the 17th insifr ay Rev. A.
Pastor Conners, assisted by Rev.
Logan U. Peeples, of Seville, has
been conducting a protracted meet
ing at Sycamore.
I guarantee every bottle of Plan
tation Chill Cure, and will cheerful
ly refund money in case of failure.
Dr. J. U. Goo lima/.
Mrs. C. C. Wet/ington, of,Dukola,
Worth county,Ddied on the 14th
insh, leaving a husband several chil
dren to mourn her departure,
The Banner says “new buildings
are going up so rapidly iu Moultrie
until it is impossible for it to keep
np with them.” Bravo Banner.
Why pay other dealers 75o. und $1
for a chill cure when you can get
Plantation Chill Cure, a better one,
for 60c. ? Dr. J. 0. Goodman.
The Douglas Breeze said last week
that the “candidates for the various
county offices” were 'in town “as
thick as weuvels in an old slnick.”
The young people of Rockford
community iu Colquitt county have
organized a singing society which
meets for practice every fourth Sun
When yon are tired of having chills
get a 60c. bottle of Plantation Chill
Cure and stop (hem. IfJt fail* we
will give you your money bock. Dr.
J. U. Goodman.
Thu Aabburn Advance, judging
ftom the appearanoe of the last issue,
must have got into tho soap last
week. Our country brethren often
find themselves in that dilemna long
about election and thanksgiving
Valdosta haacontractodxfith an En
glish gentleman, J. A. Btirel, to bore
an artosion well preparatory to es
ublisbing waterworks., Some of tho
best citizens of tte place, however,
think the movement is entirely pre
Do yon kr.ow that Plantation Chill
Cure is sold under a positive guaran
tee? It costa 60o. per bottle, but if
it fails the money will bn, given back
to yon. Dr. J. 0; Goodman.
In the death of Capt Nftsl Hen
dry Brooks oounty has lost one of
hhr foremost citizen*. He was one
of a number of brothers who lived
through and knows «moh of the pi-
oueer day* of Sooth Georgia, and
The annual Snoday-schoqkoonven-
tinn of the Hontton Baptist associa
tion wilt meet with Red Oak eberob,
next All churches of tho Houston
association are expected to send dele
gates. Au interesting program has
Do not let other merchants palm
off other preparations on you because
they have not Plantation Chill Cure
in siohk. Apply to agent named
below, who guarantees it Dr. J. C.
Rev. J. C. Ryder, well and favora
bly known in this seotion, having
served a few years ago the Methodist
churches at Sumner and Ty Ty as
pastor, has joined the order of bene
dicts. He and Mies Madge Rogers,
of Guyton, Ga., wore married on jdic
15th inst. His many friends in this
section join the Gazrttk in congrat
ulations to friend Ryder.
Parties owing mo will find tlieir ac
counts in the hands of an attorney
for collection if not settled by the
first day of Janunry.
M.‘ W. Gaskins.
THE GEORGIA SOLONS.
MAKING UP THE RECORD OF
FIFTY DAYS’ SESSION.
Code Patching Gael Druvrly On—Pre
paring for auto Bunk Currency—Sol*
Ulcrm* Homs Bill, Etc.
Curil of Thanks.
Mrs. Anna E. Upchurch, whose
iiHBhand was murdered at Screven,
Ga., furnished the Connecticut In
demnity Association tho following
curd of thanks for promptness in
paying her husband’s insurance
oliiim against the company. It speaks
Tor itself: .
8avannah, Ga., 10-7-1882.
Connecticut Indemnity Asbocji
ation, Watorbory, Conn. Gentle
men:—I received to-day through yotir
state manager, Mr. J. W. 11 an mm,
of this city, $3,000, being the full
amount due me ns beneficiary and
guardian on policy 6845, ou the life
of Geo. A. Upchurch, my husband,
who whs assassinated by one of Ills
discharged employees. I shall al
ways recommend your company for
the promptness and courtesy extend-
Please accent my thanks und best
wishos for the U I. A. .
Anna E. Upchurch.
Mr. Upohurch was engaged in get
ting out oroBsties near Screven and
was assassinated by one of his dis
charged nogro employees.
The Connecticut Indemnity is a
combination life Uriel ncoident com
pony and is very popular throughout
this section of Georgia.
Some malicious persons, says Mr.
llannon, the state agent, have circu
lated the report that the company
has discontinued writing accident
policies and he wants it known that
the report has no foundation in fact,
'The company litis not changed its
plans of writing policies in the
I propose to close out my entire
stock of merchandise by tho first day
of January at reduced prices. Cali
and get my prices before buying
elsewhere. M. W. Gaskins.
Last Wednesday night was wit
nessed one of the most awe inspiring
meteoric showers seen in southern
skies since 1833.
The sight wus upnllingly beauti
ful and lasted for several hours, un
til it really seemed that every meteor
in the heavens would full to earth.
These meteoric showers occur
every year in August and November,
with more or less greatness, but the
ofie Wednesday night was the most
brilliant since the date above men
Meteoric showers are said to be
caused by little worlds revolving
thiough space until they reaob the
earth, while some think they are
caused by the breaking up of comets,
and what appears to be meteors arc
only fragment* of the oomet* falling
During the past seven days from
six to ten new hills have been pre
sented in each house of the legisla
ture, and the end is no where in
sight yet, 'notwithstanding the con
stitutional limit of the session is
about half transpired. The greater
proportion of these hills relate to
amending the Code, incorporation of
towns, or other matters of minor
The.committees appointed to visit
the several state institutions—the
blind asylum at Macon, the deaf
and dumb asylum at Cave Spring,
the insane asylum at Mitledgevillc
and the various penitentiary camps
—have performed this duty.
Senutoi Smith, of the committee
to visit the Institute for the Deaf
und Dumb, reported to Senate on
Monday that the committee had
found all books properly kept and
all money expended properly no
counted for by vouchers. The
$15,200 appropriated by the last
legislature has been 'properly amt ju
diciously expended on approved
vouohcrs. itt'ho support fund of
$17,000 per annum is sufficient and
recommend a slight inoreuso, believ
ing that proper economy and good
judgment has been exercised by the
officers in charge. The committee
thinks it is but simple justice -that
the legislature should make provis
ion for its support. The committee
recommend* an appropriation of
$5,000 for repairs on buildings, pro
vision for proper druinage and fur-
ishing of school rooms and other ne
cessities for the institute.
On Tuesday an important hill was
introduced, whioli provides “that all
county officials shall make their le
gal advertisements in the secular
newspapers having the largest bom
Jido circulation, the question to be
determined by the sheriff, ordinary
and. olerk of. the court” The pas
sage of this bill Will forever settle
the v»xcd quest ion in what papers
county officials shall place their ad
Two other important bills were
introduced In the house on Tuesday.
One creates a new offoiul to be known
as the “Slate railroad inspector.”
Tho uaniu of thu office indicates the
duty of tho officer. The other looks
to the estahlishmunt of an agricul
tural college near the experiment
station at Griffin.
Mr. Calvin’s bank bill was read
the second time. It provides for
inning circulating notes by banks
chartered by the state so soon os con
gress repeals the 10 per cent tax on
statu bank issues.
Thursday morning the following
bills of general interest were intro
To establish a state bureau of .im
migration, appointment of a com
missioner of immigration, etc.
To establish a branch of the state
lunatic asylum near Rome, to pro
vide for a commission to select the
To regulate the manner in which
all official advertisements shall be
let out. Tins refers to state official
Hon. J. B. Norman of Colquitt
comity, joined a party of his com
rades and presented Speaker Atkin
son a beautiful uew gavel.
The death of Reprcntative Pir-
klc, of Forsyth county, who stricken
with puralisis some days ago, was
announced Wednesday and suitable
resolutions to bis memory adopted.
On Wednesday the senate con
firmed Hon. S. D. Bradwell to be
state school commissioner for the next
The joint, committee from the sen
ate und house, accompanied by rep
resentatives from the daily press of
the state left Atlanta for Chicago
at 1:30 p. in., Wednesday. Tho ob
ject of the visit is to determine
whether Georgia shall be repre
sented at the World’s Fair. The
party will return Sunday night
Success In evoi.
upon good health'.
niter* arc Ullle health producing utils,
pulin'! Thon lake an Early Kiser.
ca the .
Paulk & Co.
Prof. Thomas E. Williams, the
efficient and energetic sohool com
missioner of Berrien comity, was in
the city Tuesday Afternoon; he visit
ed Tifton Institute and was muoh
pleased with the work Prof. Hoggin*
wus doing there. He met the board
of directors iu tbo evening and re
ceived their hearty endorsement of
the proposition for a direot tax, sup
plementary to the present sobool
fund, in uid of tho common schools
of the country.
cough. Nothing so foolish ss to suffer
lrom It. Nothing so dsngerous if al
lowed to sontlnue, One Minute cough
euro gives Immediate relief. Paulk *
Jersey Cream cl
best cuitbc marks
ntJ.W. Paulk &
swing tobacco, the
, can be had only
Dr. 0. M. Irwin last Tuesday
made a divlaon of hi* splendid libra
ry of religimio hooks and periodicals
between 'Elders W. W. Webb, W. F.
and J. A. Cor and IL T. Dowling.
The reverend gentlemen highly ap-
irwlute Dr. lywin’agjft to tan, mid
t Webb requests u* hi tiikko pnb-
Wednesday morning flic houso
took np the Soldiers’ Home bill, and
tnc buttle over that meusure began
Fleming, of Richmond, und Smith,
of Gwinnett, spoke in fuiorof the
state accepting tho home; Sears, of
Webster, uud Harrison, of Quitmuti,
against it, The bill was laid on the
table, Its friends fearing to press it
tb a vote.
The important now measures in
troduced to*duy was one by Mr, Ba
con to provide for the publication of
a new code, after the adjournment of
the legislature, in two volumes, the
oast not to exceed $3 per volume.
A not hex authorizes the governor and
state treasurer to issue band* to the
amount of $368,000 and negotiate
the same for the purpose of raising
money to pay off that portion of the
public debt representeJ by the inter •
est of the public debt maturing in
1878. Still another require® loco-
motve engineers to stand an examina
tion aud receive a certificate of com
petency before they can be employed
as engineer*. The board exami
nation is to oonxist.of ten epguicers
appointed by the governor. The
board of examination get* certain
fere, to ibe pajd by applicant*,
Thiough au oversight the G azettb
failed last week to chromate the
dvutli of two of Berrien county’s
most prominent and highly rcapeet-
liou. William Rowan hat been a
resident of the Upper Tenth district
of Berrien county for rnauy year*.
At hia splendid home, which he lo
cated years ago In the unbroken for
est, he reared a large family of iutel-
ligept and interesting children.
Reared without an education himself
he realized the Importance of giving
ills sons and daughters a liberal edu
cation. He -was for many year* a
consistent member of the Fritnitiro
Baptist donominatiou, a good oitisen
und a faithful and indulgent hus
band, father and friend. The world
was better for his having lived in it.
But lie bo* gone to hi* reward and
his family and friends mourn his
loss, lie died on Friday, November
Hon. Marun B. Clyatt has aim
been a resident of Berrien county,
near Nashville, for many years, and
alto reared a family of intelligent
and premising children. He had
been a, member of tho Missioi
Baptist church for many year*
atwiys took a prominent and au..-
part in the affair* of the oburcb. **
was * most prominent and highly re
spected citizen. He died at hi*
On Thursday, November Kith,
ing a wife, severed sons and di
ten, and a host of other
friouds to sorrow over
Both these gentJomen
ripe old agee.
The wind from i