THE GAZETTE: TIFTON, GA.-, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 35. 1892.
SORTS OF THINGS.
A Plucky Georgia Girl.
Miss Belle Jones, ap Oglethorpe
HEP ED FROM THE COLUMNS OF V# jjM
■— good joke on Iter fellow boarders:
At the hotel where she boards
there weFo over sixty regular board
ers and every one republicans except
Omu tM nd News Items Selected
'Jjk-.tlie Special Use of tho Rc.ad-
'JY.«*<|y\ 6f tlio Gozotto.
There are twenty-five counties in
Georgia which receive more money
from tho state for their pnblio schools
than they pay tho stato in taxes.
The fellows who really believed
that-the democratic party was going
to he destroyed in the late election
ought to'get off in some quiet place
and try to figure out the proportions
of their folly,
The south can now feel that she
is bark in 'the union in fact, as well as
in name. No more force bill and no
moro sectional legislation, after
Cleveland takes the reign of govern
Citizen Ellington and Citizen Ir
win \vHl' not handle any more demo
cratic money through alliance pre
tences. The eyes of democratic far
mers are now wide, open, and they
| will not be deceived again by an at"
i leged non-politioal organization.
Piles of people have piles but DeWlit’s
AVitoh Uazol Halve will cure them. Paulk
No, friend, things are not. what
they ought to be. Nobody pretends
PKait wey we.*"But we needn’t go
life grumbling. “Fret not
elf because of evil doers." Cut
late a t sunny temper and tho habit
|o6kibg for the good that lies all
iftyou,. And for every minute
ive to complaining of tho wrong
fillers do, take .-nn hour for
; your own wrong-doings,
rmers,of Georgia should itn
prove V o’h*'thefr^ettf«rce'd"IeIs5lni yi-
economy. They should continue to
plant food crops, raise more hogs,
horses,' mules, fowls am) 1 the like.
The constant cfiortshould he to prac
tice, jiultuiim economy and . buy all
thewnced in their homo towii.s The
grant! aggregate of such .saving!
would amount up to millions of dol
lars. , ^
Small iu size)great in result*: T)u Witt's,
Xiitlle Early Hisers. Best pills for eon
r'lpuUoiVbi'iJtTorsiek headache boat for
sour stomach. .They never gripe. Paulk
& Co. V
The mountaineers, though kind
and respectful,would caliber the lit
tle rchel democrat.'
On the morning of the election
they bade her. goodbye, saying that
when she saw them again, which
would not be until next morning af
ter the election, she would be ashamed
to own that sho had over been a dem
ocrat. Ono man from Connecticut!,
told her she would want to go off
and commit suicide.
“Maybe I will and maybe I won’t”
Next morning she, wont down to
breakfast and saw all hands looking
very sad. Not having heard the re
sult of tho election, sho inquired if
there was a funeral on hand.
‘Yes,’* they exclaimed, “The big
gest one is about to i take plaee that
has been for many years, tho repub
lican party has died loo dead to skin.”
Turning to her Connecticut! friend
she nskod him whose time it was to
“Why mine of oonrso,” be replied,
“but you are too good hearted to re
quire me to do that, as I have not
ground to be buried on, the 'demo
crats bave got everything in the
United States, even to my own slate.”
The littlo rebel democrat had the
laugh. on them, and when they de
clared by a vising vote that she
should h ve everything, she wanted
while in east Tennessee, even to tho
handsomest young man for a 1ms-
Utrrd, if she would use her influence
with President Cleveland not to ban
ish thorn for voting against him, she
thanked them for their kindncsB hut
added that when sho picked out a
husbalid she wanted one with sense
enough not to vote agaiust Cleveland
and tariff reform.—Macop County
Did yon over see or hear of a news
paper that had any politics at all that
suited everybody politically! 1 O:
course not, and a man foolish enough
to undertake it would make a most
glorious failure. Another thing, did
you ever see a man that anything
Butted entirely? As a rule a man i
hot entirely satisfied with anything,
hut there are exceptions in which In
|s thoroughly mllittied, to all appear
ances, with hitusclf.
Now Ist the democratic party be
gin a new era of prosperity by' lop-
ping off every unnecessary expense
and running the government on pure
ly business principles. Let us have
no more class legislation. Repeal
every unjust law, especially those
that bear upon the agricultural class
es. Give the poor an equal chance
with the rich. Place the burden of
taxation upon luxuries and mako tho
necessaries of life as cheap as possi
Ono of our secular exchanges gives
a happy expression to a most sug
gestive idea, in saying that “a boy
cannot go far wrong who has his
Lu > mother for a chum.” Why do not
father and mother more generally
make themBolves companionable to
.theft children? Wo give it up. Cer
tamly nothing would more richly re
pay their efforts, and they havo the
noblest incentives. It is creditable
iu highest degree, alike to lather
. son, to mother and daughter, to
■ chummy with each other.
ireatlt, sweet stomach, sweet
’ " * the useof 5e-
in which the
It Must He Pun.
Away back in tho 70’a, when the
Leader editor was one of the lone
some democrats of Clinton, Do Witt
county, 111., it was no ftm to have nil
election, the county being republi
can hv several hundred majority.
Hut before 1880 the good work of
MaJ. Glossner and Ids Register made
tho county democratic by several
In looking over last week’s Clin 1
ton Public we know just how to sym
pathize with Rrother Butler, just
how had he must feel. Out of all
the wreck the republicans only got
two men in, ono of them being the
coroner. No. use talking,,. Brother
Butler, the people will no have your
policy of protection, for yon know
yourself it is to build up the rich and
cot the poor. Next March you must
get ready to deliver up your postof-
floo to Borne good democrat whom
Vice-President Stevenson picks out.
By the way, you have probably
found out that Stevenson can run
just as he used to in the 7(i’s. Eli!
Ta ta. Como down to Georgia,
be a good demiorat, and join a hap
py family of 70,000 majority,—Jft.
Final Shot at tho Tlijrcl Party.
During the state elo stion on the
Sth of last October, a descendant of
Ilam made a noisy third party tie
long for a hole to crawl in.
The aforesaid third partyite was
insisting and urging upon this negro
as vehemently as possible, to vote
for Peek, join the new (tarty and
prosperity would follow. Said he:
“It is the best parly and will do more
good for you.”
Scratching his cocoanut and rais-
Chnrne tee Among Business Men.
Said a banker yesteday, Who had
taken n paper that had been refused
by another bank: “I took that paper
because there wns no moral risk.
The man lives a dean life, has no
had habits, attends striotly to his bus
iness and I know lie will pay that pa
per when it matures.” Perhaps the
bank that hod refused the paper did
not know that the moral hazard made
tho man deservo so high a rating.
This editor was glad to witness tho
fact that the man got the money on
account, of high moral rating. His
dean life, his freedom from bad hab
its, his attention to his own business,
those were the things that were taken
into account when a paper with his
signature was subjected to the scru
tiny of a successful banker. Tho
Telegraph is glad to note this inci
dent, that is perhaps notun unusual
one in our business eirdcs, and to
lay stress for a moment on the lesson
that lies on the faco of it. We have
many yotliig business men in tho
community to whom the lornmtion
of a correct business character is ev
erything, and to vhom a few thoughts
ou this matter may he helpful. Char
acter is the thing that is going to
couut in the end, in business circles
or elsewhere. Did you ever read the
questions that are propounded to a
man applying for life insurance? In
surance solicitors sayjt is well nigh
impossible to secure a policy for a
man whose moral hazard is had. If
Dunn or Bradstioct ask for a report
on a man in business, they invariably
question sharply as to the moral risk.
1’coplo who have money are not go
ing to hazard it, if they know it, on
a man whose habits are uncertain and
whose life is known to bo unclean.
This is an unconscious tribute that
money pays to a man of character.
The papers of New York and else
where are constantly giving us those
sensational and at the same time aw
ful exposures of men who Attempt to
lead douhlc lives. There never is,
and there never can be, but ono end
to those double tragedies. It is so
cial, moral or physical death; and
sometimes all three In one. No man
can long hide from a community
what ho really is. Oliver Wendell
Holmes jays somewhere that “men
often attempt to he triuno beings,"
and he illustrates his moaning on this
wise: “If you and 1 are talking, there
may ho really six person* engaged in
tlio conversation. I may have three
solves and you may havo three solves.
I have a self that I show to you, 1
have a self that. I see, and then there
is a real self that God sees. The
same is true of you. You have a
self that you show to mo, another
self that you see, and a third self
No young business man can nfford
to have one of these hidden solves
under his cloak. Tho hidden self
will come to bo a ghost by anil by,
that will not down r.t your bidding.
You are ambitious to succeed in .your
business and you ought to be. You
lmvo laid your plans for a prosperous
career. You can no more attempt a
double life than you could afford to
nttempt double dealing in your busi
ness and hope to succeed. It Is a
man’s real self, the self that God sees
that is going to succeed. And a
man who has but one self, and who
is persistent in preserving his integ
rity, and*who presses onward with a
steadfast put-pone, rtiust succeed. We
are not surprised ' that tho man who
took that (inpcr yesterday has been a
successful hanker. Ho took the pa
per because there was no moral risk.
The man had no bad habits, attended
to his bnsiriess and lead a clean life.
IS THE PLACE
AT ROOK BOTTOM PRICES.
Select lino of
GROCERIES, TOBACCOS, CIGARS,
Always on hand.
Complete stocks of
Dry-Goods and Notions
Are now enroute.
I Invite an examination of my goods and prices as I am de
termined to please the people In both. .
Suwanee River Route to Florida.
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SLSEPIXO CAU OX JilOHT TEA1X8 BETTTKKX
MACOX AND PALATKA. '
Do Ycra "W^ant'It?
Double Daily Pullman Bleeping Cir Service Be
tween Jacksonville, Fla., Nashville and
Bt. Louis Without Change.
Conuec.ts in Union Depot at Macon with Macon
and Northern Railroad, Georgia Railroad, Cen
tral Railroad and Southwestern Railroad, north
and south; and in Union Depot* at Lake City
and Falatka with all train* from point* In Flor
Ida. eait, west and south.
H. BURNS, A. O. KNAPP,
Tray. l*as». Agt., Traftic Man’gr,
Macon, Gas Macon. Ga.
I am forced on account of "the hard times and
the tightness of thG money market to mark down
the price o^my goods to Rock Bottom.
Money, Money, I Must Have!
I have a better selected stock of General MorclmncliftH than bus
ever been shown In Tilton before. All l ask Is for you to cumo nml boo mo with
tho cash and I will do tho rest. Everything goos nt nml near coal.
Tifton, Ga., November 1, 1892. I. S. BOWEN.
John Churchwell & Son,
General - Merchandise,
Wc beg to Inform the public that wo have on band a complete and well selected stock of General
McrcbatulUe, conMlatiiig In part of
Dry-Goods, Notions, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Staple and
Fancy Groceries, Tobacco, Etc.,
We bare no wood to buy of rent to pay, and
Which wrt will sell at ROCK BOTTOM" PRICKN.
hence run adprtl to hoU cur gixulrt nt
PRICES TO SUIT THE HARO TIMES.
Call to are u* when you come to BrookHeld and we Will convince you that we will positively nave
you imiah money
Wc will be prepared to buy eottou and all other kind* of country produce and | ny therefor the
mulIRBT MARK1CTPlUCEi; * *— * * • -- * • * - ** -
Be sure and let u* bid on your cotton, ami sell you your supplies.
Trade at the Cheap Cash Store,
where yon can buy tho greatest quantity and best quality of goods
for the lertal amount of money.
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Connections with Atlanta and West Point R. R<
H BURNS, A. C. KNAPP,
Trav. Pass. Agt. Trafflc Manager*
* r ‘— Macon, Ur
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l.ooal Titxie Table,
Taking effect May 8th, 1892. Subject to
change without notice. v
I’nsHiMiKpr Trains— Bnat.
•' Poulan ........
Don’t forget to cull on u*; we will be found at the same old stand.
J. >V. HANNON, State A^cnt,
4-t Bull 8t„ SAVANNAH, GA.
gpcalftl and local agents wanted In every county iu the Htatoi. flood references required.
1 n*fer by pcrmlsnlon to I he*following parties who are among the many who have be*n paid for
accident * bv tltc Connucpticut Indelnnfty t W. 11. Oliver, A. .7. McCrca, W, M. Hellaru, J. T. Hmlth,
Jlomcr Murray, J. n. l'oereall, Tiftoni /as. T, Grady, Ashbumj W. 11. .iobnsum, Wlltlugham, Ga.
Brook field, fin., July 20, im
Joint CliUrcHtvclI & Sou.
Of Watevbury, Oonn.oct.iuut-.
A Cunranited System of StloitUllc Life and Accident Insurance
At tho Most Reasonable Rates.
For full particulars, call on or address
0. W. HANNON, Tifton, Ga.
T, BOYD & BRO.
Crockery, China and Class Ware,
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rt*m the cheapest to BitoV# BrilmLL conceded
to be the b«sf. in Urn world, they absolutely
bate no equal In tlio world.
. Manufacture# all klntla of .
FOR SALE It HALF PRICE.
n, tke darkey sfiid;
” -ow, Mcmne
• tli.it tisoy* tn
A alt t
■ ncaf a
jit yon. ’ -
folks u it.
.0 W' jilm
, yi* Ja badly
fooled for I bo dad snatched of I do,
la low down enough for me.”—
iietdoii'a Am ton Salve.
Tn* Dk3V'Sm.vk iu tho world for
Brulnc-*, Eicon., 8»H Khcum,
i, Teller, Chapped Ham)*;
On# threfl-rollor povj'er cane mil!
and copper pan evaporator.
l. Xi. FORD,
_ „ ^ ■„ ,, I will pay the highest Market Re- ,
orti* dpdati Skia (Eruptions^ ward for KING COTI’ON, Long or P
K i .K%ire P p , //c, Short Always on the Street.
' mi i ■
Tinware, Stove Pipe, Gutters, Etc.
tarsiwetsl pricM nmilo to hoWo »»! board-
In* bwM. write oroil on u. when Iu mat of
nothin* la our Iter i purantto to Mrvjroa
loonejr. - J, T. BOVIt * WHO.,
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J AMES Z. ELLIOTT
, Owing to the dulImM of the trade and appreciating' the, fact that LoW
Price* is the remedy—the great'incentive that given to trade » rasliing im
petus, has determined to Inaugurate a cut in priiies that will convince tho
trade that he is determined not to ho iindereiild. He has a largo and com
plete stock of general merchandise; ho can and will save you money,
in’t fail Pj eallftnt him tiefom waking yottr purohaaoe.
• Daily, except Sur.br
it Albany wlib Antral railroad ul«
Geornla, Cnlumbtts Southe.u railway, ami Savon*
aali, VlnrlJa ami Westsn* railway.
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(Gunetu at WAyorois ■rlurmuum. Florid*
nn.i Wralcni rallwr.v.
IWollnlnK cbalr .or, lolw^o Waytrom ai
Momcomory via Iialnlirl.'lgo amt Alai
Jachaonvilla and bt. Loata ltdlwan jal.ra
alnojiti* rar wpon tralua Soa. 5 and 4
C. lMJwoaY W. M. DAVUKWr,
Trafllo Manager. p.
O. V. (Mta. (5KO. W
A. I'. K A.
Berrien County Sheriffs’!
Will bo aold t*rot» the court b
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