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SATURDAY MOBNIXO. JIILttO '
The summer girl is in it—the bath
First her heart Is won and their
hearts are one.
Leonxuds, the great and. only, sees
the handwriting on the wall.
It is a very sad spectacle sometimes
to see a man with a grain of sense.
The voice of the nnterrified Democ
racy will be beard in the Second dis
The Savannah News, staid journal
by the sea, rises to remark that “In
the Tenth dlstric game of rouge et
noir, it is pretty safe to bet that Black
The candidate who will resort to,
eny method to get office is not the
man the Democrats want in high
places. A Democrat should stand un
compromisingly on the platform of
his party. ,
A pushing young man namad Jim,
Whose purse w»3 decidedly slim, .
Put an ad. in the News.
Which brought him the sous,
And now he 13 right “in the swim.”
Peek and- Post are to meet Hon-
Henry G. Turner in ioint debate to
morrow at Quitman. It is likely that
the Third party campaign will be
broken up then and there. The Hon.
Henry G. you known is a power on
Republican perDetuatlon in power
will mean the enactment of a force
law, which will have for its purpose
the complete overthrow of the politi
cal and social institutions of the South.
Do the white men of Georgia want
such a statute upon the peges of our
Federal law books ?
Mesbrb. R. S. Burton & Son, of
Cordele, editors and proprietors of the
Cordeltan, have established the Ad
vance at Ashburn. The Messrs. Bar
ton are branching out and if given
time they will own all. the newspapers
in Southwest Georgia. Success to
them in their new venture.
TALE OF A TOOTH.
In the opera Mikado is related the
trials matrimonial of the maiden Kat-
isha who, although struggling with
the cruel ravages of time, still finds
herself the fortunate possessor of a
The fame and glory gathered from
that tooth by the antiquated Katisha
has been immortalized in song and
generations yet unborn will be told of
the choru3 and glories that cluste r ed
around the root of thalj famous malor.
It is seldom that one can turn to
such notorious account so small a
thing as a tooth and yet the Rev Sam
Small, already famous, bids fair to
outrival Katisha on the tooth line.
Katisha’s fame came in the posses
sion of a tooth while the reverend
Samuel soars to notoriety oyer the loss
of a grinder.
Seme time last year this famous
lecturer, politician and preacher de
livered a sermon in Atlanta in which
be attacked the rnm traffic in a caustic
and severe' manner. A dispenser of
the ardent objected to the excoriation
given his business, and at the first op
portunity fell upon the reverend Sam-
. uel In a violent manner, the result of
which was the loss of the tooth that
has since been as famous as the rever
end gentleman’s checkered career.
The outraged assailant ot the rum
traffic first prosecuted the tooth de
stroyer in the criminal court and a
verdict of guilty resulted In a heavy
nne being imposed upon that person
age . Then the loss of the tooth began
to assert itself more forcibly and Mr.
Small began to feel that he should be
compensated therefor. He according
ly Instituted a civil process for dam
ages and recently ho was awaded a
verdict for five hundred dollars against
the tooth extractor who had operated
without a dentist’s license.
And thus the tale of the .tush is told.
If the reverend Samuel can get any
more notoriety or money out of that
tooth we fail to see how lie will begin
to operate, but it is safe to say that if
they can be obtained the reverend
Samuel will get them.
A calculation has been made of the
force developed by a flash of lightning
which struck a church, and the result
is stated to have been twelve-thousand
-horse-power—that is, in ordirary me
chanical parlance, equal to the raising
of 195,000,000-pounds one foot high in
John T. Taylor, ot btreator, 411.,
once wrote 4.100 words on the blank
side of a postal card without artificial
aid. The words on that single card, if
printed in regular newspaper type,
would till two and three-quarter col
umns of any of the great metropoli
It is a custom of the Carpenter’s
Union of San Franc isco to build houses
for one another without charging any
thing lor their labor. The owner sup
plies the land and materials and the
carpenters to the rest.
HAS.HISOWN WAY 01? RUNNING
It is very evident that the frequent
allusions in these columns to the polit
ical inconsistency of Candidate Stevens
have had a sensitive effect on the acute
tympanum of that ambitious gentle
We do not know this from any ob
jection offered on the part of Candi
date Stevens. His clara-like conduct
is too well-known for a person having
any regard for veracity to essay to
quote . ini on anything. We are gov
erned In our conclusion from the fact
that those parties who have represent
ed Mr. Stevens on the stump and else
where have flown into a furious rage
every time allusion was made to that
Third party campaign qpmmitlee and
their insidious slanders on the Demo
We wish to say just here that our
criticisms of Candidate Stevens on this
line could have been abviated long ago
and the feelings of that gentleman
would have been spareJ many start
ling surprite3 had he placed himself
honestly and squareiy before the peo
ple of this district as a Democrat with
out any attending conditions of any
kind whatever. The people are not in
lavor of sending a provisional Demo
crat to Congress but they seek one
whose loyalty to the Democratic party
is above any demand of Ocalaism or
any other ism.
We called attention yesterday to Mr.
Stevens’ defiant retention of Third
party men on his campaign committee
and it is just such criticisms as that on
the pare ot the News asd Avedrtiskr
to which Candidate Stevens has en
tered his protest—by proxy. If such
criticisms are objectionable to Mr.
Stevens he should not have remained
in the position to call them forth.
When that circular went out signed by
Third party men, attacking Demo
cracy and making a strong appeal for
Mr. Stevens that gentleman should at
once have asked the resignation of
every Third party man on his cam
paign committee and should have re
pudiated that villainous circular—pro
vided he did not sanctioait.
Just there is where the hitch comes.
Candidate SteveDS evidently did sanc
tion that circular and everything it
contained even to the signatures'of the
well-known Third party followers for
he has never repudiated it in the
slightest possible mann. r.
Some time since a prominent citizen
of Albany was talking with Stevens in
Dawson when on the line of this in
consistency Mr. Stevens assured him
that if elected to Congress he would
stand on the Chicago platform and
vote and act with the Democrats. The
Albany gentleman thin said to him
“Well,Tobe, if you feel that way why
don’t you come out plainly before the
.people and say so?” “Well.” Mr.
Stevens replied, “I have my own way
of running this campaign.”
There is where the whole trouble
lies. Mr. Stevens should remember
that there is a Democratic way cf run
ning a campaign as well as a doubtful
and nod-committal one. He began
playing with the Third party fellows,
he affiliated freely with the Alliance-
men who iusisted on the Ocala plat
form and nothing better, he hobnob
bed with the Democrats. He did have
his own way.of running the campaign
and we are satisfied that his ill judg
ment in conducting his canvass in that
way has simply cost him a seat in Con
gress. U ad he planted himself on the
Chicago platform and stayed there his
position would have been invulnerable
but his own way’ of running his cam
paign is responsible alone for the at
tacks he has courted.
The Democracy of the Second dis
trict will assert itself next Saturday.
Next Saturday will be a field day
for Democracy in the Second district.
In the language ot> the base ball
coacher Candidate Stevens does not
seem to have a good L
In the game of bawl Monday after
noon Albany won by big odds. Macon
had no showing whatever.
The Columbus (Ga.) Sunday Herald
says that “Peek is the Georgia Kolb.”
We would like to remark just here
that he is not a gem.
Fulton county had a primary elec
tion yesterday for the purpose of
choosing Congressional delegates. The
wily Leonidas was not in it at all.
, v WEare satisfied that the result of
next Saturday’s elections will prove to
Col. Howard of the Eearly County
News that we will not feast on that
dish of cron! ho recently had presared
The notable omission of Cleveland’s
acceptance was any mention of civil-
service reform.—Toledo Blade.
With “Axrnau Adlai” silting on the
same platform and running on the
some platlorm, such allusions would
have been altogether inappropriate.
One of the Stevens delegates from
Kando ph having stated that “his
side” has hired a hallin Albibv in
which to hold their Congressional con
vention ; we would like to inquire if
any one will be admitted who is not
provided with the grip and pas; word.
The Chicago Herald calls attentiop
to the tact that “The total gifts to Yale
during the past year have been $G0O,-
000, while Harvard received $500,000.”
These are large amounts to be used in
the development of professional ball
players and oarsmen.
The claim of the Third partyites
that they will sweep the State is based
upon strong promises from the Re
publicans. It will be remembered
that the Republicans have never been
a strong factor in Georgia politics and
such a coalition is evidently tbt out
growth of hope for public pop in case
Harrison is re-elected.
“SMART AND PKORIIIItG. 1 ’
Tbat It IVliatLItm Batter lee Bay* •(
the Albany Cuardi-Cainplinteta
far Beryt. Cate* and Private Davis.
Lieut. C. B. Saiterlee, of the United
States army, who is assistant adjutant
and inspector general of the volun
teer troops of the State cf Geor
gia, has submitted his report ot the in
spection of all the State troops.
That report is published in pamph
let form and has been sent out to regi
mental and commissioned officers.
Col. E. L.t Wight, of "the Fourth
Georgia regiment, was talking yester
day to a reporter of the News asd
Advertiser about the report on the
Albany Guards and said : “Of course
the report is not as good as I
would like to have seen. I: would
have pleased me to have seen a per
fect report made but that, you know,
is almost a matter, of impossibility as
few commands ever reach perfection.”
The report, though, is a very good
one and is as follows in full: .
Company E.—Inspected March '27th,
at Albauy. Enlistment and dis
charge:—Enlistments not promptly
reported; uo uniiorm practice regard
ing discharge; re-enllstments properly
made. Tneoreiieal instruction: no
regular system. D.seipliue: fait; mil
itary courtesies not taught or required ;
some gazing about during inspection;
during “rest” too much noise. School
of soldier: fair; uo setting up exer
cises; squad drill very well by squad
under charge of the first sergeant.
Manual: very good; loadings and
firings very good; stacking arms rather
uncertain; file closers slow in passing
up pieces; some talking in ranks.
School ot company: lair; company
but recently took up new orill; room
in which company was inspected not
adequate for evolutions in new drill;
principles fairly well understood,
skirmish: no instruction. Guard:
good ; formation ot detail and march
lug onto line by first sergeant very
well done; excellent first sergeant;
men fairly well informed as to general
duties of sentinels. Arms: not satis
factory; generally rusty in chambers;
piece in hand ot Private J. B. Davis
in excellent condition; a model.
Equipments: cartridge belts very
good; AlcKcever boxes not cared for,
Pieces kept in racks; equipments in
lockers with uniforms. Arrangement
of store room orderly. Rents armory,
formerly opera house; safe; property
well protected. Wears State regula
tion uniform. Not provided with
field outfit; some table ware. Books
and papers: fair; record of drills neat
ly kepi; no record of iquad drills,;
order book; letters, ordeis, etc, re
ceived very carefully filed ; no proper
ty book ; unable to give list of proper
ty. Officers wear loll dress belt wit
uudress uniform.. a Company was
somewhat at a disadvantage in the
new drill regulations, but is deserving
of credit in notcliuging cq the old sys
tem for the purpose of inspection,' A
smart and promising company.
In comparison with reports made on
some other commands the Albany
Guards as a company has much cause
The links of circumstances that have
shown Candidate Stevens’ liberal.as
sociation with Third part}' men in the
campaign in this district have been
forged so strongly tbat even should
that gentleman attempt a denial it
would but serve to place him in a ri
diculous light before the people.
Candidate Stevens has counted
heavily on support irom this quarter
and still txpciti it. Some time since
he made the remark in Calhoun county
that if the Third.party did not put out
a candidate for Congress before July
30th he would be nominated by the
That is a very peculiar kind of a
statement by a man who is a candidate
for the Democratic nomination. Just
for information we would like to in
quire in what respect a Democratic
candidate is to he affected by the can
didacy of a tn in in another party be
fore any nomination U made. In what
respect is the Democratic Domination
dependent upon the Third party ?
To all persons who have followed
Candidate Stevens’ course iu ihb cam
paign the reason is very plain. Should
the Third party . put out a candidate
before July 30;h the Third party men
who are supporting Mr. Stevens
would refuse to vote in the primaries
on’that day and would hold off to sup.
port their own candidate.
That Mr. Stevens made the abo.ve
Statement can be substantiated by just
as responsible men as there are in Cal
houn county and by men who are ad
vocating Mr, Steven3 cause.
This is a clinching link in the chain
of evidence that hu3 served to convict
him of polili/al treason and the unter
rified Democrats of this district will
put their seal of condemnation on such
Ix*fe really pitiful to see the efforts
of the Republican newspapers in try
ing to prove that tbe force bill is not
an issue In the present campaign.
It is given out that Tom Watson is
to stump Mr. Crisp’s dLtrict- when
Congess adjourns. Thomas seems to
lose no opportunity to make himself
Maj. A. O. Bacon, of Macon, will
be a candidate for the legislature from
Bibb county. What effect his election
will have on the speakership contest is
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not yec known.
The Third party advocates should
return to the told before it is too late.
They will leel mighty lonesome and
uncomfortable in the company with
their Republican allies.
The Maqou Telegraph contains the
follow ng item concerning a former
well-known and popular resident of
Judge Richard Clarke of the Stone
Mouu’ain Superior Court circuit, will
be a candidate for re-election to the of
fice. which he has filled with signal
ability and fidelity. Judge Ciarke is a
man of mature wisdom. He is deeply
versed in the law. He is a man of
truth, honor and sobriety, and is every
way deserving and well qualified for
the judgsbip which he bolds.
tlY a HACl
And itle strife and Contratlou T&ey
liars at tlie l si«« Depot.
The average hackman is a hustler to
the manner born but lor the out hus-
tlingest hackmen in the whole country
the Albany hackman gets there all in
When the passenger trains roll in
and the tourist turns his gaza toward
the city pondemonium reigns and the
chorus of voices of hackmen yelling
for passengers will simply put to
shame a steam calliope.
If the tourist is sufficiently well ac
quainted with the city to find his way
to a hotel without the assistance of a
conveyance lie is a veteran indeed if
he runs thegaunilet with the 'Albany
hackmen and escapes with- his grip. 1
And even if he signifies an intention
to ride the tourist is kept halting in
making a choice oijeoi.viysn~e by the
vociferous solicitations from the hun
gry throng around him.
Besides they are not governed by a
rate comnittee and they can cut and
slush prices just as much as they
please. As a result some ridiculous
scenes ar£ sometimes enacted.
Yesterday afternoon a gentlema.i
and lady alighted from the B. & W.
train and as they sought a hack the
yelling began. They entered one of
the vehicles and the driver was pepar-
ing to bring them to the city, but one
of the solicitors had not given up in
his effort to get them as his own pas
sengers. Suddenly the couple alight
ed and took seats ia another hack, the
baggage was transferred and the suc
cessful schemer who had induced
them to make the change drew his
lines proudly as he congratulated him-
selt on his victory.
A shout went up from the assembled
hackmen as they noticed the chagrin
of the defeated driver, and tbe lady
could not suppress her embarrassment
when she observed that she and the
gentleman were the cynosure of all the
eyes ol an amused throng around the
As the victorious hackman drove off
"one of the remaining hackmen. re
marked. “Ugh! Let ’im have ’em. 1
ain’t gwinc take no two people vp
town fer a quarter!” ' '
A HOLY 1ERROK.
A N c 'gr. who Djes the Ooperado Aci
and D- fi lh3 Officer.--ONICer
Raley Hurt la me Cli.te,
P. C. Norton is the,name of a wiiy
negro who just now is wanted very
badly by the police officers.
Norton is well-known in the city
and is commonly called Paris.. He is
a very wily criminal, but has not
figured in the criminal annals of the
city in a long time. He has recently re
turned from a term of servitude in.the
State’s behalf during which Time he
sported a gaij^ striped suit of clothes,
accompanied by a ball and-chain at
tachment. Paris served this.term be
cause he sought to hasten his wile into
eternity very suddenly by the powder
and lead route.
His labors at the pen did nor soften
his temper in the least and on his re-,
turn he manifested even more than be
fore the vicious tendencies of his aban
doned and malignant heart. It was
last Saturday night that he threatened
again to kill his wife who at once put
a stop to his little game by the Issuance
of a peace warrant defense and as long
as the officers were visible Norton
kept himself at safe distance. Two or
three times the officers have been right
up on him, batlike a fex he would get
wind of their coming and with the
fleethess of a deer would soon put him
self at a safe distance.
He has absolutely terrorizid the
negroes of the town and they fear him
as if liis very presence meant death.
On Tuesday night he sought the ice
factory to again carry out his threat
against the fireman at that place but
darkeys in the vicinity telephoned for
an officer and the wily Nortou made
himself ridiculously scarce. He seem
to be as successful in evading the offi
cers as .was the notorious Perry Vim-
Yesterday morning cArly Officer
Raley and Mr. Frank Godwin located
Norton in the northern portion of the
city. They thought they had their
game bagged but tbe darkey was on to
them in great shape and when he saw
them ccmiug put out in the. direction
of Lee county like an electric car on
down grade. The officers ran-him be
yond Cruger & Pace’s brick .yard
north of city, but there the chase
stopped on account of an accident that
disabled Officer Raley.
That officer was in hot chase and
was. not noticing any ocet in the im
mediate vicinity except Norton.
There were a lot Of negro boys playing
ball near by and when officer Raley was
not expecting it a brick bat struck
him on the kuee and so powerful was
the blow that it crippled to such anex-
tent that he had to give up. . _
The officer has no idea who hit him
with the brick, but says he will give
ten dollars to find out. He is right
bidly hurt and was not on duty yes
terday afiea sustaining the lick.
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Gen’i. Mang’r. Superintendent.
W. D. MANN, C. W. A WIRY,
Gen’l. Agt., Albany, Ga. Ticket Agt.
Have j ast recei ved a fine line
of Sporting Goods, all this
years 5 make. Such as Spaldings
Bats and Balls, Reachs Bats
and Lion Balls--in fact balls
and bats of all kinds and prices
from 5c. each and upwards.
Hammocks, Hammock Ropes
Stretchers, Hooks etc.
A new line of Fishing Tack
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Leaders, Lines, and Hooks,
We are selling our stock of
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get your pick before they are
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I also sell the. Celebrated Hamilton Organs which ift
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TUmUC and REFA.IRHTC.
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Persons suffering from Rheumatism,
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Tickets now on sale (S. F. & W, Ky.)
from Albany to Suwannee, including
one week’s board, free baths, etc., for
$17,85. . Tieke s will be good for two
weeks. All should avail themselves
of this rare advantage. For informa
H. P. DRIVER, Manaeer,
Suwanee Sulphur Springs, Fla.
Candidate Stkvexs has- played on
the Third party string of the political
fiddle entirely too much to suit the
Democrats who have-had the brunt-of
battle in bear in the several contests in
the past • ■
Sam small, although a Diiliiant man
and a powerful political orator, seems
to have lost his cunning. His pen
chant for running .alter - all political
parties and his infidelity to all 1 as sim
ply served to launch him into the
whirlpool of political oblivion from
which his own great powers of oratorv
ctnnot extrica'e him. Stm had belter
stay in the pulpit and on tbe lecture
platform where his talents naturally
Absolutely unbreakable. Max Can-
sell & Sisters are authorized to refund
the money for “Featherbone Corsets’”
and waists and all sorts of corsets
if not entirely satisfactory afwr
four wetks’ trial.
Tho most durable corset ever oSIgtd
io the trade.
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c., >.a«ann3h, Ga. Gen i. Superintendent. Traffic Manager.
The great and only certain cure for Acute and Chronic Catarrafi
in au its stages recommend in Cancer and all blood diseases. j
This remedy v as originally purchased from, one of the most'
emmihent Physicians in Ireland. For sale by
H. J. LAMAR & SON.
Wesleyan Female College,
f eS3i *f£ ins Se Pt. 21,1892, Largest patron-
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