THE MACOX TELEGRAPH: MONDAY
A DAY'S DOINGS IN
A Butch of Bright Item* Furnished
by the Telegraph’s Hustling
ABOUT BACON, CRISP AND TURNER
Thm Are the Three DlallMgulthe* Oe
gl*M S««4«4 Im C«Mgrui«Tkt KIm
(Ion ofDmcom to the Nenai# Will
Complete the Trie.
Mohdoello, July 1.—fKpmtoL)—The
popular Foreman house U the rendez
vous of the politician* of Jajrper
county. There tire young: and old
Rather and discuss affairs, national and
state. The topic Unlay was Bacon and
Turner." Kvery one praised and ad
mired Judge Turner and agrocd lie
would <nrako a grand senator. Not an
objection was urged to h4m. But tho
crowd mtid they wanted OrJ*j> and
Turner and Bacon In oodgrW. \ if
; Crisp or Turner were made senator
‘then Iiacon would be left out, and all
three ought to be- In congress. The
three wero spoken of us Georgia's
greatest men and the nervloes of all
Clireo were needed. In the bouse there
are only three men who nre regarded
ua masters of parliamentary science—
Crisp, Held and Bally. In the senate
the South has no expert parifamontary
leader on tho floor. Dr. P. H. Mell,
late tfhenoellor of the State University,
himself authority on parliainenkuy
law and mSwice, sold of A. O. Bacon
that toe was the best parliamentarian
on t»he Amcrksm continent. Besides
this rare accomplishment MnJ. IMcon
Is a ripe scholar, u man of affaire,
dv-oply versed In sUte, Interstate und
totorrigltlonal law, a thoruOgh lamer,
a ready apeakor, a magnificent orator—
thus thoroughly equipped P>r the sen
ate of the United State*, ttuvt great
Olympic flcld of debate wthcro we
•houM send glanft* to meet ir&ints.
Judge TihsiiLuh O. Lawson, who re-
ceirlly delivered tho toest speech in
congress Biot has fallen from the lips
of any Southern toran for many years,
was also spoken of by tho boys. Judge
Lawson 1s regarded as not an adept
In the handshaking business, being
more of a student «vnd thinker. He ts
not built on the nnlae. titlhe and mint
order, tout on big occasions his brou«
culture and robust huclleot revtUla it*
self. Ills Hpeoch on banking niul cur
rency shewed what a man he is, and
the oontflete drUfaMng lie gay# Tom
/Watson In uh« detnue at Bishop, Oco
nee county, In 1802 ds now one of The
tradition* of hi* district. Wtits m dqe*
no-t oare to meet (him any more, in
1W2 Judge Dftwaon made his tight in
a strong third p.uuy district slugle-
handod. Ho got no help from the state
executive comtnlMee. The committee
©enured its efforts on the Tc.vh dis
trict. Judge fowwison won by tin* power
of tils Intellect.
uncertain. Tho legislative aspirants
are using every available moment <o
further Qheir Interest* and when ate
primary is called no one wHl of air- ap
proximate rhe result. Tho Populists
MVl 091 as yet seleotad their candi
dates, but’they will certainly do so at
an early dote. They propose, it Is said,
to ilgiit vigorously until the last. The
prospects that confront them at pres
ent, however, are gloomy Indeed.
YovierdUy morning a pleasant party,
composed of Dr. ami Mrs. A. C. (More*
tand, (Miss Clara Moreland of Atlanta,
Mias Susie Cook 'of Macon, Miss Annie
Lou Haralson of Atlanta, Miss HlIII*
Roberts, Mrs. J. H. Gay of Atlanta,
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas II. Tulmudge
and Miss Wkry Lynn TUJmadge, drove
over :•* IndMii Spring 1 u Hpwel i-he
day. The day was most happily spent
by the entire polity, who were reluc
tant to lutve. They returned last night
highly pleased with the pleumnt trip.
M1w Addle Cook, a most charming
young lady of MHledgevllle, who <nas
been vlslttag Min Battle Roberts, has
returned home. Miss Cook made many
friends during her visit here* who
a.-. rigriilii to see her lest*. ■■
Mrs. 0. 'M. Hooks Is visiting relative*
Misses Mttbel and May McKenzie
and Md'mlo Dudley of Aimericii*, who
have spent several days with Miss
GlHt Napier, left this morning for At
•Miss Husie Couflt, one.of ICaoon'a most
P »P*i..ir young l.i.ln s, Is .*»p*-n*ling **■%•-
eral dtiys with Miss Salllc Roberts.
from the* filxtfc district, addressed tho
people of Butts county at the court
house »t 3 o'clock today on the Issues
of Che campaign. He placed himself
squarely on the Chlogo platform and
declared hlmeelf In favor of speedily
carrying'out every pledge made there
in. Was 1n favor of a bimetallic money
now. and If an international agreement
cannot be had let our government go
forward independently of others and
make Its own money', sound and suffi
cient for all purposes.
He took up -tho Populist platform and
toro It Into shreds, showing plainly that
much of their demands were clearly
vteloftory and was such as could never
and would never be realized. He spoke
to* an audience of several hundred
voters, many' of whom were third
party lies, and ithey Indorsed all he
said with >cne exception of his denounc
ing government ownership of railroads
This being the e noech mfade by
any candidate '«s In this
county we mak tlons as to
how the peoplf v .ien the pri
mary oomes. % .Held having
once lived here he har. many friends
and admirers among our people and no
doubt the race will be a close one.
All fine French Ointhams, Creponettea - Batiste, etc. on
center counter at 12 l-2c\i yard. i
Our 10c. counter is tended with choicclgoods that cost
much more. \ |
Light and dark ChalliU at 3 l-2c a yaro
Pretty 8c Batiste, reclined to 5c.
Best Indigo Calicoes at\.3 l-2c a yard.
20 pieces of Toile due Noid Ginghams at 7'
Large lot of Embroidery remnanta on our centA counter; any
quality or width, twenty-five cents on the cellar.
Dainty New Valencionnc Laces 25 to 50c dl/en yards
Platte Val. Laces, 4 and 5 inches, 10 and 15c a yard
Narrow Torchon Laces from 5 to 10c a yard.
Fjill- stock new Satin and Moire Ribbons—black and col
ors, natrow and wide.
New Velvet Baby Ribbons-in black and colors.
• New ventilated and linen Summer Corsets just received
Ask to see our new silk and linen corset.-
100 ladies' Shirtwaists, including all our $1, $1.25 and
$1.50 qnalities, reduced to 50c. each.
Burden, Smith <fe Go.
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Gainesville, July l.—CBpetdal.—Verily
the eohoul teacher, ihut foe to
ranee turn! friend to learning;
FOURTH GEORGIA REUNION.
The Survivors of the Old Regiment to
Meet Iti MlllcdgevUle.
Albany, Juno 30.—Survivors tjf tho
Fourth Georgia regiment are reminded
Unit tholr minimi reunion will Us held
at Mlllcdgovlllo on fourth Wednesday.
July 25 hint. The crowning glory of thl?
reunion will bo the * unveiling of the
monument to our gallant commander,
Gen. George Dole, whteh has been orocP
ed by the liberality of the men who
follow cm! him through tho vlctsltudca
and dangers of war.
Though for the prpaent thore ittffil
to be a lack bf appreciation of lha ser
vice of thoao who uncrlP.ced nil eava
honor ‘»n tho altar otvtlielr country, lot
ub hope that thta shaft, with the hun-
urea* or others pointing honvenward,
will In unite htnkungo teeth fhoee who
coin© after us that the men who wore
iho gray while ever trim to country’^
call weio alike faithful to the memlnletf
cf those who Bicep on fame’s eternal
ramping ground. It la sincerely desired
that there will be a full attendance.
/Turn out comrade* and let us have ono
more rally ere the feeble remnant now
Jen is ftrevor rvlegntod tu qulotudc and
neglect by men who count nothing sa
cred where ambition Is to bo gratified.
Bring your families and friend*. A rule
has Wn secured of 4 cents tho round
trip. Parties purchasing tickets will se
cure from the agent a certificate which
when signed by tho corresponding sec
retary will entitle ytn» to teturn at tho
rate of l cent por mile.
If you cannot purchase a ticket from
your station direct to Mlllcdgevllle pur-
Chaso to the nearest point and ihen ob^
tain n like certificate. An effort to being
made to secure reduced rate-i on MMdl«
Georgia ana Atlantic. Macon and North
ern and Macon and Dublin railroad*
which It is expected will prove auc*
— iC ...
L. Q. C. Lamar’s Estimate of Hon.
,A. O. BUcon.
Butler, July 1.—(epochal.)—Taylor
county is got ting to be a stronghold
for Bacon, though a number of people
hero say if Crisp makes the race for
senator ho is tholr preference. This
Is Crisp’s district, and, of course. It
is n.iuiiwl that they express themselves
so, b\u qven granting this there are
plenty here wtio favor Bacon.
Bunding in a erv.wd of gentlemen a
faiv days since your correspondent
heard one Wtyo Is good authority re
mark that L. Q. C. Lamar aaid some
ut previous to tilt dsatti thsut Bacon
s one of the ablest parliamentarians
in America. This Is a eplcndkl cpmpll-
it to MaJ. Bacon, but It la nothing
more than a simple foot.
We have had Just as much rain as
wo need and the dinners are all hope-
In fact, U came Just In time to
save corn especially. Tho ©raps
throughout Taylor are reported good,
with splumUd prowpects.
The Y* uuk Men’s Gennan Club gav
a delightful pionic, und dance to the
tailing young ladles tit Tickling's mill
n Wednesday last and every one
present enjoyed the day Immensely.
ilap>r J. N. Mltahell is to be congrat
ulated. Betiig under hla supervision it
is not sui'prlalng that U was on en
joyable occasion and pronounced suc
cess. Among ahose Who attended were
Messrs. Rufthta. Harris and Wiggins
of Buena Vlstu.
•Mr. W. H. Collins, a prominent
olttsen of this place who had been sick
for *iho past iwo months, died Mon
day, morning and wu* burled Tuesday
With Muwmlc honors. He held a policy
In rhe American Legion of Honor for
A revival Is being held at the Bap
tist church, conducted by the pastor.
Rev. Mr. Ohamblee, Resisted by Mr.
Durden of timer University. Boveral
additions hltive been made to the
church. Both of -these ministers are
young men and thetr laird work is be
The g«x'd people cf Milledgevlllle
provide Iioiiim and you should ceme
prepsrini to spend on,. »Uh*
Ttie ham!*vHno portrait Gen. Mg
will he disposed of and it 1* hoped all
~ * ©pared to make It reallae
arranged by bur t
ly please notice.
'xerclse* will l>e
ides at MI Hedge
Roland It. Hall. Cor. Seely..
L*flslt#vo Aspirants Are Shaking
Ifianda With the People.
•F<*rs>yh. July 1. u*prvlal.)—Every
thing pv»Mtlcatly Is waxing warm and
every day tin* result bccisncs more
S M RIM DOWN”
Md H andsp- (Mho. b Um flnt mis.
tgttkst jab Utw ful dute( H. ZJrtT
*•** *?***"• **> y*>S'» M -<7 pmjr la sll
jort»a* ailmnt. Dr. Ptarw*. OolSo Mrf.
ksi Mnovory cum .wry oca ot thw,.
co Medbwl fitBcoeerx
aswd mj Ut* When 1
brgsa your Ueafcaenl
two years ag>\ I bad
Non given u|f by tho
Doctor, and ray ftlnids
bad kat all beta of ray
recovery. 1 bad *uff« red
for year* with torpid
liver: I bad chrouio
pleurisy sou catarrh In
a very hod form. At
tended with btnoN
rhaass- was conkocd to
lay wd two month*. In
days after begl-
A Full List of the Fortunate Winners
cf the Democratic Party.
Perry, July 1.—(Special.)—The follow
ing is the result of the primary held in
Houston on Friday:
Atkinson received 879 votes and Ev
ans 130. Chandler for secretary of state
received 742 to Clifton 232.
Fbr commissioner of agriculture. Nla-
bett received 838. Waddell 109, Calvin
Terrell for attorney* general. Harde
man for treasurer. Wright for comp
troller and B. W. Sanford of Crawford
for state senator, were i»\*nin.*rd with
out opposition. i
For United fifed CM senator Bacon re
ceived 639 votes. Harford 632 .Turner 20,
Walsh x Noriben 1. The reason of the
close race wn* that the Bacon men did
not kn%*W of any tqqvsltlon. and there
fore did not efork. while the Garrard
man worked with all their might.
Messrs. C. O. Gray and A. 6. Giles
were nominated lV>r the legislature;
Giles beating Pints by 4 vote*. Dun
can cams fourth and Taylor fifth in
the race. This race waa the hottest
ever seen here.
Miller was elected tax collector over
Anderson by a large majority.
Wright best six competitor* for tax
receiver by a good majority.
Edwards for clerk of court di»tance«l
hta opponent, Strlpplitw, by nearly 3 to
I. Likewise Barney BcnllUng left Cor
oner Hurst with the tisg to hold.
Mnwn K. M. FVtgnn. Green ITttger-
aid. J. D. Martin, U. I.. Marshall and
J. W, Rushing were choeen as county
cummlMkmers cut of ten applicants.
Menus Cooper for sheriff and Gilbert
for treasurer, had no otipoaition, as the
people believe It Is la vain to run
tgulnst them. Each received every vute
cast except five.
WHITFIELD IN BUTTS.
n-vclo ho* been good, somethnes
lug 1,200 *>r 1,300. Rev. Mr. Htamon
of AUarvto. is .still preaching, while
Rev. J. H. Little continues to charm
his hearers, as 1s demonstrated by the
num'ber of special requests ha has .to
repeat the gkid songs of Joy that have
ti/iriilc-1 the aching heart af many
At a recent meeting of the Knights
of Pythias tho following young men
wore elected »to the respective offices
herein enumerated: Dr. E. P. Ham,
C.; Ikv Lipstlne, C. C.; Henry
Brown, V. r.; 'Emory Pharr, prekitSL
R. Carmichael, M. of A.; Claude
Newman. M.-at-A.; T. C. Black, M.
of E.; John Baston, K. of R. and S.
They will be publicly Installed at the
Arlington (hotel's banqueting hhll July
13, with speeches fitting the occasion,
by Messrs. Ike Llpwtlne, ex-vice chan
i-ellcr, mid Henry Rrown. Mr. Emory
Pharr, a. polished man and gifted son
of genius, will be the orator of the
STORM IN TELFAIR.
McRae, July 1.—(Special.)—Friday
Afternoon was about the hottest
weather experienced by MVRaeltes this
your; but About 8 p.m. a terrible cloud
arose In the nomWnrevt. The electric
Hashes were almost constant and so
was the loud i».ir of t’.it* thunder, ffhe
storm In its .course passed down Alli
gator creek, about seven or eight miles
northeast of (McRae, but did no grcLit
damage to bouses or any other prop
erty. The tops of one or two houses
wees blown off and same fences were
blown down and a gx>»d many trees.
Corn was blown down and broken a
good deal, but It 1* lo be hoped thht no
great damage was done. There are no
forms on the oreek where the worst
of the storm was. In McRae*the wind
b>w almost due * »uth. A number were
attending a lecture of Rev. IV. A.
Huckabesut the Opera house and there
came very nearly being a panic-evhen
the etorm was at Ita worst. The rain
was needed and w1U do good. •
DEATH OF MR. HITCH.
Flovllla, July 1.—(SpbMaU—It becomes
our sad duly to rep*irt the death of Mr.
C. F. Hitch at the Elder house Friday
night. Mr. Hitch was a successful busi
ness man. and a genial and noble
hearted cltWen. tender and true to every
trust. Il»» leaves behlnm him to minim
his departure a loving wife and child.
About ten days idnce, having been in
had health for several months, he came
to old Indian Spring, seeking the foun
tain of youth, life and health, hut
the fatal mala.lv, heart disease, had
about done lta work, and last night, al
most without warning, the messenger
came and he was called to his eternal
heme. Mr. Hitch was about 43 years of
age. His remain* were taken tn charge
by our undertaker. Mr. O. D» Elder, at
this place, embalmed, placed In a beau
tiful oafket and sent to hla relatives at
Homervllle for interment.
A MUSICALE IN NT3WNAN.
Newnan, June 29.—(Special.)—iA large
and fashionable audience gathered at
e*s Opera House a few evenings
ago to enjoy the musical feast so suc
cessfully and artitUcoay arranged by
Mtoa Jessie Reese. The programme
was a very select one and fhe apprecia
tion of the audience waa shown by
their liberal enoores. Mr. Joseph H.
Denck delighted all with h!» unrivalled
txano solos, and all Newnan awaits his
return with tho moat pleasant aiMOlpa-
tlons. The piano duet between Mtoa
Jessie Reeee and Mis* NUa Lou Wal
ton deserves special mention. Tlr>y
rendered .Wriber’s overture to "Der
Frisohiru” skillfully and eHclted the
applause of the bouse. These two pop
ular young ladies wKt leave Newnan
tomorrow, much to che regret of all, to
Mai Chautauqua. N. Y.
G72—CHILTON SHIRT WAIST.
Fixes 34, 35, 38 and 4^ Incheu, Busl
and best Win
Plant In the
Gfuahad fniddllpgs flour*
The only Flour of Its kind, and the best of
any kind. I til made by a secret pro
cess known to but two persons. •
•100.000 bs«n OffrrM for the Knowledge
Don’t let your grocer put you off with
"flours as good as UNDINE." There are
>>ne such Undine to the eweste-it,
made from selected winter wheat, and u
purest snw best flour In the world. It Is
Is water ground.
NOEL MILL COMPANY,
Estlll Springs, Tenn. .
TWENTY AND EIGHTEEN.
Americus. June 30.—(Special.)—In
the rvpbrt of the Hurper-Stapleton mar-
Mage y©u sajr the uvitrrsagv occurred
gx>Mrq^2^:h birthday an»l rh*
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ga't* in clot’nlny, hats and gent a* fur-
nlBhlrnr good* to call at KeUd n^j. J.
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FOR RENT—The elegant two-etory
brick residence. 635 Orange street,
containing nine rooms and three bath
room* and all modern conveniences.
The hruw has recently been com
pletely overhauled. Accessible to all
etreet car lines. For further particu
lars apply R. S. ColUn* A Co.
WILL BE SOLD, for cash, at the court
house door. BtbH county, at 12 o'clock,
July 3, 1894. the following lots: Lot 6.
block B, Tindall property, size 60x120
feet, fronting Campbell avenue; lota 4,
6 and 6 In block 101, Woolfolk lands.
First street. East Macon, size 40x90 feet
each; lot 1, block 89, Woolfolk tands.
slse 42*100, fronting Bernard street; lot
6, block '44. Woolfolk land, 64x100 feet
on Bernard street.
FOR 8ALE—Old papers, for wrapping
purposes, etc.. 26 cents per hundred.
WHEN your wife leaves home board
at the English Kitchen; cool and
STRAYED OR STOLEN-On June 30. a
small dork boy horse. Any one know
ing his whereabouts will please notify
me. Telephone 177. E. A. Waxelhaum.
BEST BRANDS df fine tea* and coffee
in the market. Beet tea for tee. goes
farthest; try R. G. G. Toole, 456 First.
W. II. DeHAVEN. agent, offers his ser*
as ih-signer, contractor and
builder to those who contemplate
building or remcdeling. Work done
at the Kjwoat living rate* by compe
tent workmen. Write to address,
BOOTS AND SHOES made and repaired.
Best work and best material at reas.
enable prices. 8hop third dc<dr' below
Telegraph office. Hugh McKervcy.
MY FORMER summer boarders will And
me well prepared to entertain them at
the Dterpont House. Cool dining room
and excellent fare. Mrs. T. M.*Burner.
TURPIN’S BAKING POWDER Is the
best made. Have you tr;ed it?
CRACKERS, Extra”TozstT bSHTMUi
add a line of Holmes A Coutts* sweet
cakes always In stock at R. C. Keen's.
I SELL Royal MUk crackers like those
left at your bouse at 10 cents pound.
W. G. Mlddlebrooks.
10 CENTS per pound for Holmes A Coutts*
Extra Toast or Royal Milk crackers.
E. S. Smith A Bra.
NEW LAUNDRY—First-class work for
either ladles or gentlemen. Open July 3
at (W2 New etreet. Cotton avenue. All
work guaranteed. Sam Wang.
LINDEN BAKING POWDER always
•Wes saUafacUon- Your grocer sella !L
FULL business or shorthand course for
825 at Porter's Business College.
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