The Daily times-enterprise. (Thomasville, Ga.) 1889-1925, May 30, 1889, Image 4
WONT PICK UP ANOTHER BABY. What Happened to a Stranger Who , % Was Polite to a Mother in a Crowd. New York World. He was a heavy swell from London, ■lopping at the St. Denis Hotel, and he was standing Wednesday at the corner of Fourteenth street and i iftli avenue, waiting for the parade, when he saw a well-dressed woman with a baby helplessly struggling in the douse crowd that packed the sidewalk. Politely lifting his hat, the diguilied Britisher said: “Madame,thatchild will be crushed. Where do you want to go?” “Oh, sir,” said the perspiring mother with an appealing look, “I am trying to get into Sixth avenue.” “All right, I will help you, ns I wnnt to get to the Elevated Station,” was the reply. “Let me take the baby.” The child was transferred to the arms of the sturdy English dude, who pushed his way through the crowd, and in a few minutes had reached the middle of the avenue. Looking around for the mother, she was nowhere to be seen, and the Englishman started for the place where lie had left her. He was stopped by a policeman, who refused to let him pass, and said he would have to “go the other way.” “Will you please take the baby, then ; its mother is lost ?” "Now, young feller, you can’t give me any story like that,” was the reply. Just at this moment the infant set up a loud howl, its tears running down the neck of its protector ns it hung about his shoulders, and the crowd at the same time awoke to an apprecia tion of the scene. There were cries of “Hi Jimmie, get onto his jags wid do kid!” “Why dontt he marry the girl?” and “It doesn’t look like its daddv!” A thousand people by this time were laughing at the-Englishman. who stood helpless and uncomfortable in the middle ot the street, looking about as if for some place to throw the child, when a ooliceman asked him to give an account of himself and how he came into possession of the equalling infant. Finally the mother struggled to the scene, grabbed the child, and, stopping for a moment to accuse her new acquaintance of trying to steal it, rushed off. nr A DISASTROUS WRECK. Two Freight Trains Collide, Killing two and Wounding Others. Bridgeport, Conn , May 2S — A special freight train from this city col lided with the regular Albany freight, bound south on the Housatonic rail road, about 4:30 o'clock this morning, one mile from Bull station, causing a disastrous wreck. Both trains came together with a terrible crash,wrcckin t the engines into a shapeless mass, telescoping two freight cars on the up train, smashing three cars of the down train and detailing nine other cars. Engineer William B. Look, of Great Barrington, Mass., who had charge ot the engine of the up train, was crushed to death- His remains were found buried in the coal of his tender. Charles Olds, a brakeman on the same train, was terribly crushed, and died in a few moments after the collis ion, John Lamonte, of WestStockbridge, a brakeman, jumped as the trains came together. His left ankle was crushed and one of his ribs was fractured. James McDermott, the engineer of the down train, jumped just before the collision. His shoulder was dislocated and he was otherwise bruised. The two latter will recover. The cause of the accident was due to diso bedience of orders. Fearful Fire. Vienna, May 2G.—A coufl-igra tion in the town of Podhajce, Galicia, has destroyed GOO houses, a church and a synagogue, anu caused the loss ot many lives. Twelve corpses have been extricated from the ruins. LEMON ELIXIR. 1, i , A Pleasant Lemon Drink, For LII-ouseoss and constipation, take cm OB Elixir. for Indigestion and foul stomache, take Lem- m JJl lX €• For sick and nervous headache, take Lemon IUstr« For sleeplessness and nervousness, take Lem* on Elixir. For loss of appetite and debility, take Lem* enKUxir. Forferers, chills and malaria, take Lemon ltnlw* Lemon Elixir will not fail you in any of the abOTO diseases, all of which arise from a torpid or dlaeaaed liver, stomach,kidneys, bowels or Prepared only by pr. II. Mozcley, Atlanta, Ga Wc, OBd $1,00 per bottle. Bold by druggists. * A Prominent Minister Wsitcs. j ilWI tCHlWI VI n until gestlon, w|th great nervous pr mu £S5,disor«r. l kj nt,. and JIM liera cared by Dr. M Elixir, and .in now a well man. Munley’a r, aura * **» w»* «• »»«B. Sir. G. C. Paris, Elu. M. K. Church ScOth No. M, TatsiU, St. Atlanta, Qt» “There was a frog who livod in a spring, He caught such a cold he could not s^ng.” Poor, unfortunate Batracliian! In what a ead plight he must havo been. And yet his misfortune was one that often ltofulls singers. Many a once tuneful voice among those who belong to the “genus homo " is utterly spoiled by “cold in the head," or on the lungs, or both combined. For the above mentioned “ croak er” wc nrc not aware that any remedy was ever devised; but wo rejoice to know that all human singers may keep their heads clear and throats in tune by the timely use of Dr. Sage's CataiTh Remedy and Dr. Pierce’s Golden Med ical Discovery, both of which are sold by druggists. Dr. Sage’s Catarrh Remedy cures the worst cases pf Catarrh in the Head, no matter of Pierce’s Golden Medical Discovery is posi tively unequaled. It cures the worst linger ing coughs and builds up the ilesh and strength of those who have l>ocn reduced by wasting diseases. It, is guaranteed to benefit or cure in all diseases for which it is recommended, if taken in time and given a fair trial, or money paid tor it refunded. Copyright, 1888, by Would** I)is. Mf.p. Ass’n. Dr. PIERCE’S PELLETS regulate and cleanse the liver, stomach and bowels. They arc purely vegetable and per fectly harmless. One a Pose. J8old by druggists. 2.i ccntfl a vial. MARVELOUS MEMORY DISCOVERY. Only Genuine System of Memory Trolnlnfi Four Books Learned iu one reading. Mind wandering cured. Every child and ndnlt greatly benefltted. • Groat inducemcats to Correspondence Classes. Prospectus, with opinions Wm. A. Hnm« lonu, the world-fatnM SpecialistTn Mind Diseases, montLthe world-faruM Specialist Tn Mina Diseases. siT/i 'r 1 ; 'i v.’iv.’r ”t" oV;r, AdvbcaUsJf. V., Richard l*roc;tur* Hons. W. Axtor, Judge Gilsipn, Judah F. ^.r^wsETi&TFrith'Av... n. y. upswns rnwiK r\sUi\EcUf\Erof\ CHILLS 8iFD/tR DUMB #\GUE AND PROFESSIONAL CARDS. F. II A IV KINS. Jit. .Attorney and Couiicollor hi Law. THOM ASVILLE, - - GA Ollier with Mclnlyrc A McIntyre dec31-ly If. COYLE, D. I). S., Resilient Dentist, Oflleo—On J ackson street. MJTCHT.I.L. . G. MitchEi.i- ■S^rrCIIELL Ac MITCHELL. Attorney s-at- Law, Thomasvllle, • • Georgia. •jJjjjANSELL & JIEKHILI , Attorneys-at-Law anti Insur anee Agents. rhom&svllle, ••• Georgia Office—Over'-Watt’s storo. a g. McLendon, Attorney-at-Law, Promp itu-iti »i given to al trusted to him. Office—Over Walt’s store, corner Jackson stroets. tV. BRUCE,.M. D., Office, up-stairs. Fg S. DICKLE, M. D., Office in Hayes Building. Residence—Corner College avenue and Mag nolia stroot. Telephone communication, No. 25 for night calls. fjl M.o I Physician a& Surgeon, Thomasville.'GeorRia. 0F*OFF1CE over Stark's, corner Broad and Fletcher Streets. ■^7"ALTER O. SNODGRASS, AirORMY AT lAW AMI COLLECTOR OF CLAIR I. OFFICE: 120 broad Street, THOMASVILLE, GEORGIA. FOR RALE BY ALL. DRUGGISTS. XAPPMAN BROS.. Wholesale' Druggists, Sole Props., Lippman Block, Savannah, Ga, jQR. JOEL B. CpYLE DENTIST THOMASVILLE, GEORGIA. OFFICE, Broad St., over Pickett's. CURES SYPHILIS Primary, Secondary, and Tertiary Syphilis, Syph ilitic Eruptions, Hcrofuln and Scrofulous Erup tions, Ulcers and Old Sores. Rheumatism and all diseases of the blood ; nil those that have resisted other treatment yield steadily and sorely to the wonderful power of P. P. P., tho great Blood Purifier. Purifier. SCROFtfLA la an impurity in the blood, producing Lumps or Swelling, causing Running Sores on the Anns, Legs, or Feet, for the cure of which use P. P. P. t the greatest blood medicine on earth. All these diseases yield readily to the power of P. P. P., giving new life and new strength. BLOOD POISON Cured in its worst form; sometimes in cases with Erysipelas, where tho patient was in Eternal Pain ■r>n mven ap by th<v physicians. In some cases Scrofulous ulcers broke out till the party was a pmH of corruption; a bottle of P. P. T. was procured, and the disease yielded quickly. RHEUMATISM And in ah Affections of the Blood, P. P. P. stands alone and unrivaled, and some of its cures nro really wonderful. If you suffer from anything liko Syphilis, Scro* fula. Blood Poison, Ulcers, Old Sores, Rheuma tism, or any disease of tho blood, bo sure and five P. P. P. a trial. P. P. P. (Prickly Ash, Poke Root, and Potas sium) is no secret patent medicine like tho many on tne market. Its fosmuia is on every bottle, thus giving n guarantee of its purity and whole* #omeneea that no other blood purifier docs give. WlANx BROTHERS, whlesale druggists, sole manufacturers and proprietors, Lippman Block, Savannah, Ga. MCRAE & MARDRE. Wholesale and Retail Age WALL FA I’lilt. Have Just rccievcd a large let ol wall paper, all gredo*. Ceiling decorations etc. Geo. W. Fouiuca, Mosul y Building. Iho Best and Most Pleasant Route FROM THOMASVILLE SNORTH GEORGIA •AND ALL POINTS- Worth & Northwest -is VIA THK— IIKDUI.KS TO Augusta, Atlanta,Gainesville,Ga AND TO ASHEVILLE, THE “LAND OF THE SKY.” T1IE SAVANNAH AND AUGUSTA ROUTE. Passengers from Thomasvllle to Asheville have a cholco of two routes, over tho Central, either via Albany, or via Savannah and Au gusta. Solid trains Thomnsvillo to Savannah nt 12 50 midday, connect with through Sleeping Cars via Central, for Augusta and Spartanburg, and gives passengers a da* • • light rid*' betwoen Augusta and Asheville,tho prettiest country iu tho laud, arriving Ashe- villo at 7 p m—In tlmo sor supper. ALBANY k ATLANTA ROUTE. Passengers from Thomasvllle to Attanta, Gainesville au-i Asheville via Albany should take tho 9 U0 a nt train, which a rives Atlanta same evening; U alnesvlllo 9 04 a m and Ashe ville, N. C., at 7 p iu next day. Direct con nection is made with the W. & A in Union Depot In Atlanta, aud passengers for Mariet ta, Ga., leaving Thomasvllle at 9 a m, ar rive at Marietta tho same night. For further information rolatlro to tickets, rates, schedules, etc,, apply to F. M. VANDYKE, Ticket Agt., Thomasvllle. Clyde Bostick, Trav Pass. Agent, 8 vannah. E. T. CHARLTON, Gen. Pass. Agt. Savanuab, Ga. N. S. Eaves, CONTRACTOR and BUILDER Thomasvllle, Georgia* 1 will be glad to mako contracts foi the construction of all classes of buildings, pub lic and private, In ultlior brick or wood. I will guarantee In every Instance to give satisfaction. Designs aud plans drawn and careful estimates made. MY Motto—Good, honest work at fair prices. If you want any building done call on me. I will submit estimates whether contract is awarded me or not. I refer to S t many pubUc buildings erected by me in Lcmasvtiie and elsewhere, and all parties tor whom X hare worked* # luunile. Mew Albany A Chicsgo Ey. Co. THE BEST AND MOST—— Direct Route! FROM A.LL PRINCIPAL POINTS IN THE*'SOUTH TO CHICAGO AND THE NORTHWEST. wo through expreoB ‘rains dally, with PullJ man Puiaco Buffet Bleeping Cars by night, and Cbalr Cars by day, between Cln- clmmttl and Chicago, Indlanapo. Us and Chicago, and also bo tween Louisville and Chicago, whore closo con* Jnectlons are made for St. Paul, Fargo, Blsmark, Pol- Ian«l,\ Omaha, Kansas City, San Francisco and points intermediate— New Fast Mail, Leaving Louisville, Dally except 8unday*, at 7 -30 ft. m. Cincinnati, Daily, oxccpt Sunday at 7:45. Arriving nt Chicago at 6:55. Tho most rapid service over attomptod be tween tho Great Commercial Cities on tho Ohio River and Chicago. hrougli Coupon Tickets, Baggage check ed to destination, and your safety and Com fort provided for, aro among tho points that have made the MCWTOHr ROUTS Universally and doservedly popular. OHN B.CARSON. Vlco-pros’t and Oon’l Mg; W. H. McDOEL, Gen’l Traffic Manager, E. O. McCORMICK, Gen.l Passonger Agent R. W. GLADING/Passenger and Freight Agt., 158 Broad 8t.. Thomasvllle Go. W. D. SCOTT, Sheet Metal * * * Plumbing Works. I havo exporioncod workmen iu my employ and am prepared to do all kinds of sheet metal and plumbing work iu tho best possi ble manner. GALVANIZED IRON CORNICE, Architectur al and Ornamental Work in Iron, Zinc or Copper. SLATE and TIN ROOFING, Sheot Brass and Copper Work, Plumbing, Gas and Steam Fitting. . HOTEL AND JOB WORK A SPECIALTY. I keep on hand a full stock of Bright and Roofing Tin, Galvanized, Russia, Smoke stack and Plain Iron, Sheet Brass, Planished, tinned and Plain Coppers; Zinc, Holder, Spelter and Wire. My prices aro reasonable and those who contemplate having work done or purchasing anything in my lino will find it to tholr in terest to confer with me.before placing their orders Office and shop over Watt k Bro.’s, Broad St.. Thomasvillo Ga. 111. Mr. Joseph M. Dreyer offers his services to the public as a stenographer aud type writer. All work promptly done aud satis faction guaranteed. Apply to or address, JOSEPH M. DREYER, at Me ni.yrc & McIntyre’s office, Broad st Whiddon House • (Opposite Plnoy Woods Hotel.) THOMASVILLE, - GA E. B. Whiddon, Prop. This houso, located Iqllio most desir able and central part of tho city, is new and comploto In every particular. Fur- nishod in tho most elegant manner and provided with all conveniences of mod ern hotels Tho menu is perfect, nnd tho servleo rendorod by trained and po lite servants. Terms reasonable, and prices graded according to accommoda tions furnished. Carriages from the houso meet all trains. declO-ly THOMASVILLE ABSTRACT CO. ABSTRACTS OF CONVEYANCES To City and Counlry Property, in Thomas county, furnished at short notice. Special Prices to Real Estate Dntcrst OFFICE:—With Arthur Fatten, Attorn.) at I,atv, Masonic building, 107 bUOAD ST.. - - THOMASVILLE, t A Giben&LeM, Contractors & Builders THOMASVILLE, CIA. Wo will bo ghul to mako contracts for, or superintend, all classes of buildings, public or prlvato, in either brick or wood. Will fur nish plans aud spcciflca ions if required. If you want any building Uono call on us, and wo will submit estimates whether contract is awarded us or not. -Wo will guarantee satis faction in all our work. Wo refor to tho many buildings orocted by us iu Thomasvillo, and to all partlo * for whom wo have worked. Shop on Fletcher st., 2nd door from Broad. Thomasvllle, Ga., April 3, 1889. Lands For Sale m UifCG TCRtlB The 210 acres cf land in Thomas county, being pails of lots Cl and 78 In the 14th Dist., and known as the Geo. W. Whitehurst place. Will sell for $1,000,—ono fourth, one third, or one half cash, und the balance Iu from ono to six years,—to suit purchaser, with interest at rate of eight per cent, per annum on deferred payments, payable annually. For further_poHlcular» ad dress ianl-tf Wm. E Simmons, Atlanta. Ga. RESTAURANT AND Oyster Saloon. Go to Meppic’s, on Broad hi., opposite Mitchell House, for a meal or Oysters in any shape. Boom * to let, also, aud board reasonable by the day, week ot oputb* tf I will sell a lot 70 by 196 feet between Hayes and Calli.oun St. for $250 to right party—$50 down and furnish capital to build the house and TAKE PAT OFFER OPEN FOR ONE WEEK. E. M. MALLETTE, KELL ESTATE BKOKEK, ThoimtHviUfci. U-eor*” ia Established 1879. Special Bargains in Improved and Unimproved Property The Anderson Cot tage, Crawford St., next to Whiddon House and nearPr- ney Woods Hotel. One fourth cash, balance in five years. HOPKINS Real Estate Avencv, BOX 22 RITY. Thomasville,. Ga.