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TJlK GAZETTE: TI1T0X, GA.; SltlbAV, N6VEMM& fcoi L&62.
THE GAZETTE LETTER-BOX,
A RECEPTICLE FOR THE THOUGHTS
Hewn mm) KnnU of Interest Transpiring
Clinmiol.il by o Fatthfol noil KOI-
e«.»t Corps of Itoportera.
sprimd, and I learn that it wan a fea»t
long to jjij remembered.
The 0*y,KriB, in iti last Iwtyj,
publiHlicrl the beat oditorinl mi the
duty of the democratic party that F
have ever read. It contains sound
doctrine and wholesome advice.
TO POOL THE BANKS,
GEORGIA SOUTHERN AND FLORIDA
BONDHOLDERS MEET. -
A Harmonious Merlins Tltroughont—
Objections Jteleed to n Forced Hale—
Hltnetlun Folly nieeuMed.
Okoil, Novombor 20.—'The Val
dosta Timos contains some nows that
will cause much comment.
THU I’ltOI'OHKD NltfillO KXOHUH.
Certain negroes, to butter tlier
condition, socially at loast, desire to
return to their fatherland, after a
slavery of over a century. They
were, briefly, brought hero savages,
wero civilized, and may now be con
sidered enlightened in tlm better ele
ment of the raeo, Those who are
enlightened seek to remove the
whole race to a land whom personal
liberty and social equality will bo as-
surod. Just how any enlightened
Christian or political economist can
Cast obstructions in their way, or . use
any moans to prevent their return to
Africa is, I confess, more than I can
seo. This is morn especially true as np
plied to the Soul,hern people. There
are none who will deny that, social
equality is an impossibility among
the Southern pcoplo, A few English
and Yankee crunks have pretended
to desire such n thing, but Anglo
Saxon blood revolts, and it is just ns
impossible ns that tins Kthinpiifn can
change his skin nnd become a wltlto
■nan, ns llmt a white mini worth liv
ing should recognize them ns social
equals. Their condition iri tlm
United Stntos in too patent for rope,
tition, They nro an inferior race
mentally to 1J10 Anglo-Saxons, but
thoio nro otiier people not more ltd.
tlm iiila and suieniMis than
is“'«f tlui South, who arc
making progress. Hut m tlm science
of government, as In many other
paths wherein high mental culture
exists, the negro is sadly behind,
therefore as a suffragist in our dum
ocratio government, ho is a curse,
Ono fact alone, which was brought
to light during tlm Into canvass,
sultluiont. to cause the poor white
man of Georgia to encourage them
by all tndatii to gff.
Governor Northon statod ns a
ftot, tlint the white people were
taxed to educate their children be
yond u direct proportion, Or, to
stato it more plainly, for educational
purposes In, proportion to file tux
they pay, than white children. Eor
this,'what docs the white people ex
pect ns an equivalent? Nothing.
And now they nro demanding mixed
schools and seats at hotel tables, on
cars, ami in public places generally.
They won’t get it. No, they will
not. Hut what will lie tlm IssueV
They will ho a political thorn in tlm
llesli among our people. Already
our prisons are loo small, and the
convicts are becoming a curse to free
Lot them go. Hasten them with
nil their speed that Israel left Egypt
in, for they will yet, give us Itiorcased
Valdosta’s fire pales before (,'coil’s
mad deg, While the town was oil-
joylng the lazy quiet of a Monday,
In tho most beautiful of Indian sum-
mors, niioiit '2 p, in., Luoifor lit his
match. I heard timt a mud deg had
bitten a li'tls boy, two other very
valuable dogs; and had attempted to
bitesevoral ladies, ami that his mail
career had been stopped by Air.
Chambers first shooting ami after
ward killing him with a rail. I
hastened to Ur. Pfitora for facta to
send a telegram to the Journal, when
I learned that, in nil all probability,
t he small hoy had “snugged” ids heel
in gutting over thp fence, I returned
home to await further developments,
Two hours later I learned that, from
t.lm scent of .tho dead dog, and a
Imm box of apirita of turpentine, tho
dqg had abundant reason to get
lighting mad. And now our people
look rod in tlm face again.
Not knowing tho Ga/iittk was so
widely road, I failed to note olio of
tho most enjoyable picnics of the
year at Little Hlvcr. Tlm following
lailies ami gentlemen, were present:
Air. nnd Airs. Butler, Air. ami Mis,
Thomas Nichols nnd Air. nnd Mrs
Swain. Quite a number of young
pcnplu wore also present.. At noon,
after the party had killed all tlm
game and cuuglit all the Halt they
Wanted, a regular Shiloh dinner was
Now Try Thla.
It will cost you nothing and wi 1
surely do you good, if you have a
Cough, Cold, or any trouble with
Throat, Chest, or Lungs. Hr, King’s
New Discovery for Consumption,
Coughs and Colds, is gtiuruiiLccd to
jivo relief or money will he paid
iiaek. Sufferers from LaGrippe
found it just the thing and under its
use htfd a speedy and perfect recov
ery. Try a sample bottle at our ex
pciise nnd learn for yourself just
ow good a tiling it is. Trial hottlos
free lit.I, |W. l'aulk A Co’a. Drug
’|I)fll| Uuurnntco.l to euro
i 1 l 111 itch In 110 minutes.
Jljillll For sain by J. IF.
l’aulk tc Oo., Tlflon, On,
Letter From. '/Aon Hope.
/.ION Horn, November 22,—It
lias been some time since wo have
read anything from this vicinity in
your paper. Wo miss the little notes,
shouldered by Amy, since hedoft our
community. They hud become real
Well, the sweet time—cairn grind
ing- -is now tho older of tho day,
The people of this community
have a sociable now and then to
break tho monotony of much sick
ness they have bad to contend with
Airs, 9. A. Oiivor is improving
slowly from her long mid serious ill-
Once In a while, when we pass, wo . , ,
can hear tlm lullaby song of Air. and "J-’ 1 " " 110 °P ln,on 10
Airs. Varnndco to their new boarder.
It, is a girl.
Tho members of '/.ion Ilopn
church have cnltjjd EldtuyJolin A.
Cox to serve them as paster. I don’t
know whether ho will serve them or
Diitp.—The infant daughter of
Mr. and Airs. E. J, Oliver, aged ono
month ami nine days.
II.iw sad it mnkes ns feel when
death steals in like the chilly wind at
night and lakes the little form wo
love so well far away from our sight.
Hut still, fond parents, you must not
weep, for Jesus knows best, and lias
taken your darling babe with him to
rest, Think of (lie poetry sang at
'('he II*tin linlto hut gone to rout.
To reign with (loti, fori»v#i* Mont j
Hit Hull’ longue will always prnlno,
A Savior's lovo, rcdooinlng graou,
Now, lot usstrlvo ■ l\o prism to pain,
hot'* coino lo (lirlM, with him remain j
Then wo thull Rhnro In Jonmt' love,
Amt mo< 11 ho HtUo babo nhovn,
[From the Macon Telegraph.]
Considerable interest was mani
fested in the 'meeting-of a number
of the bondholders of tho Georgia
Southorn and Florida railroad yes-
terday at the Central Georgia bank.
The meeting waa called to order
•by Air. Thomas Gresham, formerly
of Alacon, but now of Baltimore,
who represented the Baltimore bond
holders and who Btatcd to tlinso
present the objuct of the calling o'
the meeting. Afr. Gresham said
that alroddv bondholders represent
ing 12,000,000 of tho bonds had
agroud to pool, nnd that be repre
sented tho committee whose head
quarters wero at Baltimore-who rep-
roserted the 12,000,000 . of bonds
and that they wero anxious to induce
tho MacOli and other bondholders to
join in tho pool with them, so that
in tlm event the road was sold they
would be able to protect themselves
by controlling a majority of tho
Tliero is about ♦200,000 of the
stock owned in Maeoti and immedi
ate vicinity, *1112,000 oj, which was
represented at tho meeting. Those
bondholders discussed freely the
question of pooling anil the prevail
ing sentiment was that tho best thing
to do would bo to join in the pooi
with the Baltimore bondholders,
When Afr. Greslmm
sonni of the Alacon .bondholder
niiltce wero trying to forqo a sale he
replied that there was no such dispo
sition on tiioir part, and that they
wero iiot in fuvnr of tho interests
of any ono, be lie bondholder or
stockholder, and that tliolr only' ob
ject waa to control the use of the
road. He also said that all
parties wishing lo forward their
bonds to' tho committee could for
ward them to the Central Georgia
Bank, which would forward them to
tho committee at Baltimore and re
turn certificates to tho holders of
To a reporter Mr. Greslmm said
that tie tin,light the outlook for the
road good, but that lie did not look
for an early sale.
Mr. Greslmm seemed very hopeful
of realizing full value for the bonds,
and thought that tlm indications
wore brighter for the road than for
some time past.
GOLDEN & SINEATH,
Tbs stiovs ginnery U uow prepared for ginning
•bort tuple cotton at usual priest. Prompt at
tention given and satisfaction guaranteed.
Wo iiavo a flrstctass grist mill In operation
and will grind twice s treek—Tuesdays and Fri
days. gstlifsction guaranteed.
We have aiopts power to ton all our maobtne-
ry at tbs sains time.
OOLMCf * SINEATH.
Heeling a tonic, m olUMtrn wlm want blind-
Ins an. eliiiiildtiilir
mum .v rf imm niri iciis.
It Is nU'iwiiai; ciuoe Malaria. ledlsesllnn,
Dlllinunt'H, Liver Complaints anil Neuralgia.
Of our ontlro stock is enough to draw
tears from the toughest gobler In the
laud. As we said in our last we must
close out our stock by Jnouary 1st. To
do so prices will he knocked down; the
goods must go. If l> want to gain by
our lo«s come and C wiitit we are offer
ing. ltimd a few quotations below ;
Bteol nulls, 8c per pound; Scovill hoes,
29u cachj hamuiors, 10c each; hatchets,
80c cnclt; braces, 80' each; hits, 10c ouch;
, knob locks 20c ent lr, unit hemes, 28c each:
was tool that riding bridle*, -tOc each; 24-pound spring
boiulhuldersTbalances, lOoeach; coffee mills, Stt^cacli.
Fish hooks, 10c a hundred.
ted has op
i Julian I
The undersigned has opened a a atclaea Imam
Ing houee In the. Julian Vglldlng jmd wUl ssjvi
1 hare opened a Millinery Sure,
pylng one-lislf of Mrs. A. B
store, and solicit tho pstronsg..
dies of Tifton nnd lurroundiag ot
My stock Is tho lateit fuhlona and
styles. Prices tango for all grades of
hats, etc., from the commonest to the
llneet. An Inspection of toy new stock
will convince yon that my etyles are the
latest end pattern! the dstntleet ever
shown In Tifton. Call early,
, BespectfuUy, '
the public with hoard and lodging at reasonable
Room an large and airy;
Furniture new and thoroughly ren
Table furnished ioith the beet pro
i markets afford,
Public patronage solicited.
17 tf. J. M. OWENS.
TIFTON, - GEORGIA,
li A. WILLIAMS,-Proprietor,
To all whom It limy concern
W. It. Snead I
anuU.rt to tho undersigned, In proper form, for
icier* of administration on the estate of ll, B_.
Snead, Tate of nstlii county ‘deceased,’and I
will pass upou hUeah
id application -at my off:ca
In Nathvl'do on the llrst Monday In December
S, II. C-liffQtd, New CaMi‘1, Wis,,
was trouble! with mmriilgiu mi,I
rheumatism! hi* stumimli was Jisui'
iliTi',1, In* liver wa* nlToutod to an
alarming degree, appetite fell away,
nml ho was terribly reduced in lli'dli
and strength. . Three bottles of
Eleotrio Hitters cured him.
Edward Sheppard, Harrisburg,
III., Imd a running soru on his leg of
eight years’ standing. Used three
bottles of Eleotrio Hitters and seven
boxes pf Buckled’* Arnica Salve,
uml ids lug is sound mid well, John
Speaker, Oalawba, Ohio, Imd llvu
large fever sores on Ilia icg, doctors
said lie was inuurablo. One bottle ot
Eleotrio Billers and ono box of Ar
nica Salvo c,lined him entirely. Sold
by by J. \V. Paulk & Co.
Fur Instsuor, Mm. GhM> Bogota, of
Bsv Uty, Mich,, anclihmtally spilled
tiding water orur lisr llttln boy.
scalding water over liar llttln boy. Hho
prmnpilr applied DoWItl’s Wltolt Basel
Halve, giving Instant relief It's a Won
derfully good salve for burnt, bruises,
seres, nnd a auru cure (or piles, l’aulk
Maui' Parsons *r* hrnVcn
down ftnm ovstwytk or bouteUoUl cs-;«,
Iron Iklttefa RubuibHito
nail euros OH
Is lisicby glrnn tbit I am in, Ummr a dtlssn
ot n»iriJ icu inly. My tatarc oltl»mshlp will
bn llslma,t,»wuilBs county, flai
Nov. W. lima.
J. I). UiiTcaiMim,
11a W. It. to VR, Manor if Tifton:
.. - n will Belli In
S B ttoo Irtiinp of uuUltnc May
rut w UROtnuMf n«
An o.'rctUvA w|U lx* M-.I In tho elty of Ttrtnvi
^yui*» wtirla, on (ho
in *i, for thre« A’ono*
u v.. _
io QURlirit'aUou «>f m» elector ti too maw m
- - V s^. *
tlootor* who ftioinUtwd to Vof for nwnWni
' [Oral AumnUlv, rKh
oihnoii to jnjryfjwo ymwrf
TUo rutditration boeH U now ct?«n m \>r. J. c.
aoctit»v»n> tlxur, •t‘irp, nml nM be clony^ on Did
wwbor iBt. I^t tiu»p wVio ta tow
Atwmulv, ^’lih tl * H UU'Son *
vo wAbUnt* of top ctw of
montoBiu’lor toaal t alvcUkUt unit
on lor inontoB inlor to Mitt awcwm uni
tw duly fycUurvort on um ttiy
Tho KU’fltro|Hil*e iR a ROl«niiilo Inntruinent fot
tin* euro of MliK’tise wl,limit tnrriuilan. Husod on
now LhmjrlM us to the 0101m* and cure of disease,
It deals with llm oleoirScnl aurl nmgmitlo ctnv.ll-
tlons of the body and Ruses HurroundtnR it In
tho Atmospuore.' Tfio principal and most com-
mon neml of tho Blok is Ok>Ron- |*uro Oryycn
and tills the Klmuropniiw nupidit’S, by puulng
tho syatmn In such a condition that It absorb*
Oawrn from tho atmofphom.
1110 Klictrr^— *— v
ropolw? la not 11 patent niedlclna: not
0 niv<tcrloua or iidnu’ulou** ouv; not a battery
or btdt, nor In any way ukin to the many "elec
trical eurs-ollA" udvcrilwd.
It I* a rctlcblc nnd truly wonderful treatment,
endorsed by thu best peoplu of this and adjoin
ing Mate*. The Company owning the Kleotro-
die Is iv—| * —
polio Is eotnpo*«d of Hoiithern gentlemen und
sonic of the most prominent men of Georgia
nnd Alabama and adjoining states are Interested
Write for aflfiv-pagn book, describing treat
ment, giving testimonials from those who have
used the Kloctropolso, and with terms, sent free
to any address. Ati.aktio BbRcmorouK Co.,
Washington, I). ('. » •
Tho partnership horctufors oxlitlug at Lenox
ecu John L. Matthews am! Urn* 11 g, Nclton,
Onr wcukl bu couipotltors claim, ta be
selling at cost. Wo do not doubt It, but
lliuy cost too much. Why? They buy
through drummers whose oxpem;cs »rc
from *10 to |20 h day. *Vho pays those
expenses? YOU. Plain (acts.
Nice Line of Glassware at Factory
Lamp chimneys, all size*, 8c each; tum
blers, 20c. a set; 'pitchers, Sb each.
Big slock to go. Come early and gel
vour supply : Du bars soap, $1; tobacco.
25o per pound; aitgar, rice and starch all
2c a pound: 9 boxca snuff, 10c; salmon.
IBe; peas, 13c; plneapplo, 14c a can: can
dy, 10c a pound; the coltpo market strong
and advancing, but xvo give you Rio for
20u a pound; x.xx soda uruukursOc pur lb.
Window Shades, 25c.
Here’s a roeord breaker:
Epsom salts, 8c; lemon and vanilla ex
tracw, 10c slzo for Cc; carter oil, 10c size
lor 8c; laudanum ami paregoric, 3c each;
Bateman's drops, 8cj VV Izard oil. 80c size
for 40c; writing paper 8c a quire, envoi-
opes 8c a package, luk 4c a bottle.
Wobalcl’s largo dictionaries, |t:
Oxford’* Bibles, (1.25.
Walnut frame alurm clocks, |2.28.
Wo can easily close out most of our
stock to other dealers, but prefer to let
our .mstoincrs who luAu stood by us
have these big values;
Laces, ribbons, etc., at Impovtor’a prlcoa
Big line ladles trimmed hats. Come
early, as this line will vanish quickly.
Lace curtains, 08c a pair: pins, lc.a pa-
half hose, 6c;
nor; silk thread, 6c; gout's
ladies' hose, So.
Tho following lines wero bought so we
can hand them down to you for lesa than
Ilnta. Shoe*. Cloth I uif.
What ovary one needs now.
twtwcv il _ ... ,
under the lira, name and stylo of J. L. Mat-
thews .t Co,, I* this day dlisolvcd by mutual
souieni. John I.. Matthews ha* nnft-haaod the
Interest of (Irsen S. Nelson In laid ho,loess, and
la hilly authorised ta eotleot the debts due aald
arm nnd has slwo a,amend all the liabilities of
aald Hriu of J. L. MstUinws A Co, *
This November 1A, nrjj.
.Ions I,. Msmiswe,
at-4t. . ' UKKf.N S. NKI.SON.
Boy’s hats. 10c and up.
Men's hate, 49o and up.
Men's suspeuders, Sc and up.
Men's black corkscroW auita for |6.08.
Come and O thorn Prince Albert Suits,
we guarantee less than Mncon or Savan
84-lnoh waterproof, In btue or brown,
at 80o a pard—cost 88c a yard elsewhere.
-9 BUV TSIVK.
Joans, 10c a yard.
Table oil cloth, lEkr t parrl.
Heavy checks, 4Jo a yard,
' iMiliaMri.' ■
Gingham*, 6Jc a yah!
Cotton Is atlvanclng, but U can get IP
yard* prints for 80c.
Do you expect to buy anjtlitng In the
furniture line aeon? If you do or do not
t) what wo have. We are determined to
close everything out.
Bedsteads, $1.95 and up.
Chairs, $9.62 a act a,.d up.
Muttroaae*, spring*, etc., r,t lowest pos
. * *»Sl
THESE PRICES GOOD
nexc. Otveu under ,ny hand ana oOlolal algna-
ttire, thla Novo,uber »th, 1882. _
F. M. SMITH, Ordinary.
To all whom It may conoers: G. W. Moore.
.. f — -“la. i*» it . ntiuioi
administrator of Elizabeth Watson, late of said
“ittf ‘ ‘
county ilcccaacd, has applied to tho umlentigned
—- ’-“ j “ of dismission from hi*
In proper form for letter* o
■aid administration, nnd 1 will pass upon ills
— — in Nashville on tho
appl -xr-v'JHffVMuvT-T- —1
ttrst Monday in January next. L Qjv«n i underjny
him J and othclal elgnutnre, t hi* Octohcr 3, l89il
SHIS, III4B VUl’IIIVI 0, ion
F. M. Smith, Ordinary.
To all whom It may concern: li. B. Peeples,
aduilnlfitrator of Hannon O Av era, late of said
county dr ceased, lias applied to thp uudersigned
in proper form for letter* of dlaml**lnn from his
said administration, and 1 will pass upon his
♦aid application at my office In NAsbville on ths
flrst Monday in January next. Given under my
hand and official HlRnnture, this October 3, tsw.
F. M. Burnt, Ordinary.
Have your eyes examined and fitted by $
Scientific _2_ Optioio^
And Cabinet Work.
The undersigned bu established lu TJfl
shop for repairing and maaufactnrlng
kinds of furniture.
Cabinet .Work a Specij
‘ xl-will continue to contract for all clastte* of
.tidings and guarantee the best work at the
Give me a trial.
244m. B. P. STUBBS.
Berrien County Sheriff** Sale
Will be sold before ths court house door In the
town of Nashville, stld stats and county, h*-
“ * ‘
tween the usual boms of sale on the first
day in December next, the following property,
to-wit: The west half of lot of land No. 67, north
half of lot of land No. 63*»and east half cf lot of
land No. 60. all lo ths 10th dlstriot of said coun
ty. Levied on as ths propsrty of Willie, J. If. A
Malcolm Luke by virtue of s county court fl. f».
in favor of 0. w. Gaskins, administrator on ths
estate of W. W. Gaskin*, deceased, apalnst said
Willie, J. H. & Malcolm Luke. ThU November
9th, 1392. ■ S
DANIEL W. TIBON, Sheriff B. C-
Main Street Pharmacy.
JAKE W. PAULK & CO., |
Complete Stock of Fresh Drugs,
CHEMICALS, PAINTS, OILS AND VARNISHES.
TOILET ARTICLES, such as Perfumery, Colognes, Extracts Pomadss, Hair Oils, Toilet Creams
BRUSHES, full line of Tooth Brushes, Nall Brushes, Hair Brushes, ftbee Brushes and Clothes
Brushes. These good* am of tho very best quality and are to be sold cheap as country dirt.
Fine Stock of Lamp Goods,
Elegant Assortment pf Combs,
Fresh Garden Seeds in Season.
We make a specialty of Paints, Oils, Varnishes snd Painter's Mate-
Dr. N. Peter Jon lias charge of our prescription department.
New Types, New Press and Skilled Workman.
I am pleased to announce to my friend* and patrons in the com tics of
■rrion, Irtvin, Worth and Colquitt that I hav« just received a complete
COUNTRY'JOB PRINTING OUTFIT
And am prepared to expeatp at ahort notice and in workmanlike manner all
olasaeu of commercial and legal blank printing. v jj
I xo’tcit your order* and guarantee to give entiro aatiafcurtior: in prices
and quality of work. Respectfully
W. II. I.OVM,. M.vov,
tl A V l 'l.,it
U r at or.oe.
. - ?»■ a. i,uvi
Att.it I J II, LOOUMAN, ciet'k.
■mi* YBN oenta to rs Union 8q., N. V.,
R pen,.. "Blind Luok," ana
om* Bnwlnp Wnoblnn.
Stn°» n.iv'So am *’
Cut tbit ndr.rllumuont out, bting It
with V and 0 that U got Just nbst we
»1voitls* \V«> moan huilnm; wboc w,
say to oar Mock GO, go it must and go it
Tody* for bu,tars,,