Hawkii'M'ille Alliance, No. 499.
Resolve 1st. That it is our duty and
our pleasure as Alliniicemen toendo'fe
and abide by the decision of our
State Alliance in its position in regard
to the bagging trust. Also, that »e
have the utmost confidence in the
committee representing us in that
matter and we hereby pledge ourselves
tc sustain them in whatever action
they may tnke.
Resolved 2d, That any member not
acting in harmony with us on this
♦ ouestion, without sufficient cause, will
be considered a deserter by the Alli
ance and expelled.
Resolved 3rd, That a copy of these
resolutions be published in the South
ern Alliance, the Farmer and Fruit
Grower, the Alliance Advocate and
our countv papers with request to
publish the same. (
I hereby certify that the above is a
true extract from the minutes.
H. P. Cowan, Sec’y.
ASLEEP ON THE TRACK.
A little childv tired of piny, bail pillowed his
A little cmin, urea nr piny, nnu pmuwuu ms
head on a railroad track and fallen asleep.
The train was almost upon him when a passim?
fit ran if or rushed forward and saved him from a
horrible death. Perhaps you are asleep on tho
track, too. You arc. if you are neglecting tho
Baltimore, May 22.— The Manu
facturerg' Record, says. “The sum
mer and fall will witness more sub
stantial progress in the South than
has yet been made. Manufacturing
interests are prospering, and new cn
terprises, many of them of great im
portance, are being established. A
$4,000,000 company is at work, and
will soon have 1,200 men at work
digging a deep water harbor at the.
mouth of Brazos river, Tex., from
which point railroads will be built to
Houston and other points, and north
cm and foreign capitalists are inter
ested in this big scheme.
“A $2,000,000 company has been
organized to extend the Last Tennns
see, Virginia and Georgia railroad to
Mobile, giving the iron center of Ala
bama another outlet to the sea.
“The Birmingham iron men pro
pose to spend $00,000 on a new plain
for steel making. Dallas is to have u
$1,000,000 bank and a $200,000 ho
tel. . . . ,
“There is great activity in the new
cottonseed oil mills, eleven ha dun
been organized in the last few week*
Several cotton oil mills and iron fm
nace companies have also been or
track, too. * on ;in\ 1I yuu nrc ir'kiuvuuk mo
hacking cough, tho hrctlc llush. tho loss of
appetite, growing weakness and lassitude,
which hiue uncoiiscioiisly crept upon you.
Wake up, or tho train will be upon youl
Consumption, which thus insiduously fastens
its hold upon its victims while they are un
conscious of its approach, must be taken in
time, if it is to be overcome. Dr. Pierce's
Golden-Medical Discovery has cured thou
sands or cases of this most fatal of maladies.
If taken in time, and given a fair trial, it is
cfiiaraulced to benefit or euro in every ease
of Consumption, or money paid for it will be
nrnmptln refunded. . .
For Weak Lungs, Spitting of Mood, Short
ness of Breath, Bronchitis, Asthma, Severe
Coughs, and kindred affections, it is an effi
t - - - offered for
incurable case of Catarrh in
- the Head, by the proprietors
of Dr. Sage’s Catarrh Betnedy. Only 50 cents.
~ * ’ * drr
Sold by (fruggists everywhere.
* A Western member of the G. A
R. inspired with a patriotism^
which is Vare. even in time of war
declares that even’ man (or bis heir
who enlisted in the rmy to preser
the life of the nation, n|iet h ive
pension ol $12 a month—whether h
went in for one month or the mi'.
He also wantB hack pen-ions pa it
from the day of enlistment. “He intis
have 8144 a year with back pay m <1
interest, until every old soldier ha
home of his o* n.”—Ex.
Suppose the government just turns
over all the revenue of the countr
to the hungry sharks. But the
wouldn't be satisfied with that. The,'
would want the taxes iaised. Well
Tanner will unlock the vaults for
Some people pas> for much more
than they are worth because^ of .the
noise they make. They are d —
mined to, be noticed and so they are
Such people seldom do a good deed
without soyinding a trumpet, so t|
speak, that the world may know n
There are other good people who d
not pass for half their value, became
they delight to do good without regard
to the praise of men. There are mam
such people who are the very salt ol
the earth, as it were.
Copyright, 1S85, liy Wmii.u's ms. Med. Ass's.
Only fJcnnlno System ol'Memory Training.
Four Books Learned in one rending.
Min.I wandering cured.
Ev*»rr child and ndn’e arenHy boneHttea.
* Grout Inducem juts to C jmj»pen kmc. CJasMS.
Pr >=npet’in With Oninntv* of J)r. « m. A.
11 vwvi\\V. A^lor, .1,,,lg-lilt.ion, JudttU P.
ii ; J ' " ' "
3J i I'.ltli Avo., N. Y.
FOB p \LE BY ALL DIll'GOI8T8.
(Prickly Ash, PokoTioot, and Potassium.)
Cigarette smoking by the young is
one of the most threatening of minor
social evils, and the legislature of each
State should pass an act probibitiug
the sale of the article to a youth
under 1® years of age; and theu pa
.rents should see that it was enforced.
Tho habit promotes disease, dwarfs all
the functions of the body, and im
pairs the brain to such an extent that
they who indulge in it from au early
age are not capable of deep thought.
Judge—“Why did you kill the
man?” Murderer—“To get his
watch.” Judge—“Aud whv did you
give yourself up?” Murderer—“It
turn, or any ducat
k rivcP. P. P. a trial. , _ .
P. P. P. (Prickly Afih, Poke Boot, and PotM-
Blam) i* no eccret imtent medicine like the many
■* on tne market. It* foauula is on every bottle,
4 thus giving n guarantee of its purity andwnok
someness that no other blood purifier docs give.
was a Woterbury.”
A Pennsylvania man who offered
$3 for the return of a stray dog, had
200 canines brought to hi n. He
vows he will never adverti.-e again
even it he loses his wife.
The Monttzuma Record says: Car-
roll county comes to the front with a
boy preacher, only eleven years oid.
and McIntosh is just behind with
turnip Wi-'ghlng morieen pounds.
Primary, Secondary, and Tcrtlaiy SrohlUa, Syph
ilitic Eruptions, scrofula and PcrotiilouaErtp-
tlmu Ulcer. and Oh Bores, Rheumatism and
an diseaseTot tho blood ; nil those that have
resisted other treatment yield Bteadlly aod«urety
to tho wonderful power of P. P. P., the great
Is an impurity I.i the blood, producing Ln
Swelling, causing Running Bores on the
Legs, or Feet, for the cure of which use P
the greatest blood medicine on earth. Ai
disease* yield readllyrto tho power of P.
giving new life and new strength.
Cured in its worst form ; sometimes incase* with
S laa, where tba patient was in Eternal ram
rrafls of corruption; a Lottie of P. P. T. was
procured, and die diseaso yielded quickly.
And In all Affections of tho Blood. P. P. P. stands
alone and unrivaled, and somo ot its cures am
If you suffer ftom anything like SyphUis, Scro
fula, Blood Poison, Ulcon, Old Sores, Rh
* ■ am nnM AIsaOSA A# tllA Illri/Wl IW1 PUT
ima, uioou ruiHju, unnon, -I Khcnrna-
tlsm, or any diseaso of tho blood, bo sure and
^ F. HAWKINS, JR.
and Counsellor ai
THOMAS VILLK, - - GA
Ollice with Mclulyrc A Melutyrc
COVLE, D. 13. S.,
ThnRiatfvlUe, • • Georgia.^.
l p. m., aud
asvtlle aud vlcluitj**
Bice hours -From v a. m.
from 2to ft p. m.
Office—On Jackson street.
. G. MIIUIU.IX
Thomasville, • * Georgia.
Attorneys-at-Law and Insur
riioinasvllle, . . • Ovorgla
Office—Over Watt's store.
g <}. McLENDON,
Thomasvtllo, • • • Georgia#
g^reu to, al
trusted to him
Office—Over Watt’s sto^e^comer
W. BIIUCJS, M. D.,
Coiner-of Broad and Fletcher streets, [aug
S. DKKLE, M. D.,
Office in Hayes Buildin>
Residence—Corner Colloge aveuuo and May
mdla street. . . ...
Telephone communication. No. 25 for nlgni
IJI M. Me! STTOSTJ,
Physician «& Surgeon,
sy OFFICE over Stack's, corner Broad and
ALTER O. SNODGRASS,
molltEf at L\W AM) COLLECTOR OF fLAIH'.
OFFICE: 120 Brnnrt Stroct,'
LIPMANs UROTHERS, whlc.ale druggists,
.ole manufacturers and proprietors, Lliipman
lllock, Savannah, Ga.
MCRAE & MARDRE.
Wholesale and Retail Aoe
Woodrow’s evolution theory was
voted on in the Southern Presbyterian
Aaenbly. at Chattanooga, yestetduy.
The maetnbly ci-ndcmutd the theory
by a vote ol 140 to 3$.
Minneapolis, May 22.—A num
ber ol town* in cential aud southern
Minnesota re|K>rl a hard fn>»t this
m-rniug, doing Dome damage to veg-
— r .
Haw lust ri'i.'tcviij a largi' lot of wall
paper, nil grade*. Ceiling ilccoration*
Lie Geo. W. Fobdes,
JOEL B. COYLE
OFFICE, Broad St., over flckett’s.
'Aha Beat and Most rluasant Rome
— AND At.I, FOIST!
Worth & Northwest
Tiiitoi gii sc ui:i>ti.:> i»
AN 13 TO ASHEVILLE,
Tlir. “LAND OJ’ TUB SKY."
THE SAVANNAH AND AUGUSTA ROUTE.
PaBBoueors from Thomasville to Asheville
havo n choice of two routes, over the Central,
cither via Albany, nr via Savannah »nd Alt-
gurtia. Solid trains Thomnsvllle to Savannah
at 12 00 mid day, connect with through
Slcoi.lug Cara vta Central, for Augusta and
Sparinnhurg. and Blves paasengors a da •
light rid between A.uguBta nod AshovUIc.tho
prettiest country In tho laud, arriving Asho-
vlllo at 7 p m—In time sor supper.
ALDA V t ATLANTA ROUTE.
Passengers from Tl-outaavllle to Atlanta,
Oaluesvltle an Asliovlile via Albany should
take the e 30 a m train, which a rtvos Atlanta
same evening: P utncsvUle 9 Ot a m and Aaho-
?llle“ N O , at 7 p noit day. Direct cou
nectlon Is mode with tho W. * A In U ten
Popol In Atlunta. and passongers for Uarlet-
Doiiotln Atlanta, auu I'nnj.',.'J .■ - —
ta Oa , leaving Thomasville at 9 3o a I
rtvo at Marietta the sumo night.
For furth-r Information rotattvo to tickets,
rittes. schedules, etc., apply to
F M VAUDYKE, Tl ket Agt., Tliomasvlllo.
Clyde Bostick, Trav. Pass. Agent, 8 Viiunah.
E.T. CHARLTON, Ocu. Pass. Apt.
N. S. Eaves,
CONTRACTOR and BUILDER,
FROM ALL PRINCIPAL POINTS IN
THE-. SOUTH TO CHICAGO AND
wo through oxprep* train* daily, with Pull?
man Palace Buffet Sleeping Car* by night,
and Chair Car* by day. between €Iu-
clunutti and Chicago, Indianapo
lis and Chicago, and also bo
tween Louisville and
where close con-
Inectlons are made for
St. Paul, Fargo, Bismark, Pol-
Omaha, Kansas City, flan Francisco
and points intermediate—
New Fast Mail,
Leaving Louisville, Dailyoxcept Sunday, at
7 *30 a. ni. Cincinnati, Dally, except 8unday
at 7:4ft. Arriving at Chicago at 0:55.
The most rapid service ever attempted be
tween tho Groat Commercial Cities on the
Ohio River and Chicago.
#3-1 hrough Coupon Ticket*, Baggage check
ed to destination, and your safety and com
fort provldod for, are among the points that
READ THIS COLUMN.
in Improved and
NEW OFFERINGS IN
BY E. M. MALLETTE.
I will hs glad to make contract! tot the
cmimructlnu nf all claases of buildings, pul>-
tlc and private. In either brick nr wnod
i will guarantee In every Instance to
give satisfaction.- Designs and plans drawn
and camtul estimates mado. . ,
MY Motto—Guild, heueat work at fair
nrlees. tf you want any building deno cull
on me. I -til submit estimates whether
ci iu tract la awarded me or uot. I refer to
thr ninny public buildings emoted by roe In
Thnmasrllle and elsewhere, and ell partlee
for whim I have worked
have made the
Universally and deservedly popular.
OHN B. LUHOJf. Vico-prea't and Gon'l Mgr
W. H. McDOEL, Gon’l Traffic Manager,
E. O. McCOBMICK, Gen.l Passenger Agent-
r w. GLAD1NG. Passenger and Freight Agt.,
158 Broad 8L. Thomaavlllo Ga.
W. D. SCOTT,
Sheet Metal * *
• * Plumbing Works.
I have experienced workmen in my employ
and am prepared to do all kinds of sheet
metal and plumbing work in the best possl*
^GALVANIZED IRON CORNICE, Architectur
al and Oruamoutal Work In Iron. Zlu® °(
Copper. SLATE aud TIN ROOFING, Sheet
Brass and copper Work, Plumbing, Gas and
HOTEL AND JOB WORK A SPECIALTY.
I keep on bund a lull stock of Bright and
Roofing Tin, Galvanised, Russia, Smoke-
tack and Plain Iron, Shcot Brass, Planished,
lnned and Plain Coppers; Zinc, Solder,
Spelter aud Wire.
My prices are reasonable and thoBO wan
cuntemplato having work dune or puroha.ln«
anything In my line will find It to the!r In
terest to center with me bolero placing their
orders Offlco and shop ever Watt A Bro. s,
Broad St.. Thomasville On.
SIT HAND Ml.
Mr. Joseph M. Dreyer offers hi* service*
• iblic — - • nrl tvl »-
U IU. I'lejll uusio
to the public as a steimgrapher and type
writer. AU work promptly done and satis
at Mo ntyre A Slolalyre’. oflice, Unnitl st
$10,000, Another old southern home.
1,000 acres hve miles from city, good road,
splendid pear orehurd, netted lastyeur, $445.
Houses in good repair. This is a great bar
"■3.800. 190 ar-cs two miles from town, run
ning front one public road to another and
divided by the Boulevard. A very valua
ble tract, well located for sub-dividing, and
will make a good profit us a speculation.
(Opposite Plney Wood* Hotel.)
THOMASVILLE, - GA-
E.B. Whiddon, Prop.
20,000 acres of timber lands in Thome,
and Colquitt counties at $1 per acre. These
lands arc good farming lands and arc intrln-
cically worth $5 per acre.
This house, located in tho most desir
able and control part of tho city. Is new
aud complete In every particular- Fur
nished in the most elegant munnerand
provided with all conveniences of mod
ern hotels Tho menu is period, and
•the service rendered by trained and po-
lito servants. Terms reasonable, and
prices graded according to accommoda
tions furnished. Carriages from the
house meet all trains.
THOMASVILLE A UNTIL ACT CO.
ABSTRACTS OF CON VEYANCES
To City and Country Properly, in
Thomas coitnly, furnished at short
Special l 1 fieri f o Ural Lttlalr, JJrHlrf.l
OFFICE:—-With Arthur Fatten, All
. - TuouA3Vii.br., t /
Urieii & Levied
Contractors & Builders
Wo will bo flail to make oontratils for, or
superintend, all classes of buddings, public
or private, lu either brick or wood. Will fur
nish plans and specifics Ion. If required. If
nl8U piano auu oiwotuvu *«•*« --
you want auy building dono call on ua, and
we will submit catlmntca whether contract l*
awardod ua or »ot, Wo will guaruntcoBatl*-
rff.Tfr- xvn irpfnp to the manv
SctSh“n alfour work- Wo refer to the many
buildings erected by 4* ' £5?
DUimiUKa orccwiu —-- - —> —
to all partlo for whom we have worked
Shop oa Flotcher at., 2nd door from Broad.
Tliomasvlllo, Ga., April 3, 1889.
Lands For Sale
Tho 240 acres cf land in Thomas
county, being parts of lots G1 and 78 In
tho 14th Dist., and known ns tho Goo.
W. Whitehurst placo. Will soli for
$1,000,—onn fourth, one third, or one
Imlf cash, and tho balanco in from ono
to six years,—to suit , purchaser, with
Interest at rato of eight per oont. per
annum on doforrod payments, nayablo
annually. For further particulars ad-
<1 ress Wm. E BIMUONS,
|anl-tf Atlanta. Ga.
1 $2,500. Unmistakably the hn'ndsomest
residence lot in the city, 200x200 feet on
corner Hansel! street and Colton avenue,
frouting the park. There U absolutely no
possible objection to this property.
The only '"ishiess lots on Itroud strtet at
$90.00 per per front foot.
$1,500. New place, lot lOuxUOT oil three
streets injsubarbs at $1,500. The improve
meats cost $2,100. Owner hmst realize on
property imfncihatflyandofiersiit this great
I have every description of property lor
sale. Ucsidencc lots at $20u to $500 on
good streets. First-class residence property in
most popular localities trill cost more money,
but 1 Imre it too. I offer two splendid
little farms with gems of pear orchards on
them. 1 oiler plantations of all kinds, sizes
and prices. Any one having any idea of
buying will act very unwisely to do 80
without seeing me.
The Anderson Cot
tage, Crawford St.,
next to Whiddon
House and nearPi-
ney Woods Hotel.
One fourth cash,
Go to Hcppi«’*» oa Broad st. f opposite
Mitchell House, for a meal or Oysters id
tDV-abNpe. Uoom* to let, also, and board
reasonable hj the 4ay, *r<ek or month, tf
E. M. .MALLETTE,
REAL ESTATE BROKER,
Real Estate Amirov,
BOX 22 CITY.