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The Daily times-enterprise. (Thomasville, Ga.) 1889-1925, June 12, 1889, Image 4

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I *Y; Will He Explain? Ex-Senator Jones, of Florida, whose Strange conduct in quitting the Senate before his time expired, and who has since resided in Detroit, Mich , has written the the following letter to the New York World: “To theEditorof the World: It may appear strange to the readers of the World that after so much has been said about me and mine. I have re {named silent for four years. I am aware that I am in the public eye,<and I desire especially to remind ihe con spirators who did all they could to des troy me.that I am still in Detroit.In the language ot that great Irishman, John Philpot Curran, they may assassinate but they -‘cannot intimidate me.” At the proper time I shall speak to my beloved constituency and tell them why I left their service before the ex piration of my second term of office in the Senate. The sufferings and persecutions that I have borne here iione but God and a few devoted friends have any knowledge of “CHARI.F.S W. Jones, “Late Senator from Florida. •‘Detroit, June 2.” No solution of the Senator’s strange Weak has ever been offered. It is generally supposed that his mind is affected, though this may possibly not be the case. It is, however, the most reasonable conclusion. The Heavens in June. The month of June, always an im portant one in connection with the movements of the sun, is doubly so this month, as on the 21st it reaches its greatest northern declination for the year, at which time the almanacs say summer begins, and then the sun starts on its journey south. The other important feature is the annular eclipse of the sun, which takes place on the 27th. This eclipse is not visible in the norihcrn hemisphere as high as our latitude. The path in which the circumstances of the eclipse are best to be observed passes in a curved line from Woolwich bay,south western Africa, north and east, clear of the island of Madagascar, thence into the eastern section of the Indian ocean, lasting about five hours and three-quarters. The next eclipse is a partial eclipse of the moon in July, also invisible here, to be followed in December by a total eclipse of the sun, to observe which, from the west coast of Africa, parties are already being organized in Wash ington and other astronomical head quarters. Among the planets important chang es are also apparent. Some that have been conspicuous thus far during the year as morning stars take their places in the evening skies, while others be gin their turn in pointing out the tl path the un is to follow. The n conspicuous of all is Jupiter. At close of April Venus stepped in to pute the field over which Jupiter reign ed the acknowledged sovereign, and by her greater brilliancy caused her rival to lessen somewhat in importance. On the 24th of the month, Jupiter, be ing in opposition with the sun, will give up the struggle and take his place for the remainder of the year among the evening stars. Mercury changes on the 18th from evening star to range himself under Venus’ banner as a morning planet, remaining, however, in this catagory only until August, when he once again is an evening star. Mercury is in con junction with the moon on the 27, the two not being far from the constella tion Taurus. On the 17 Mars makes his first ap pearance in the evening skies, remain ing there until the end of the year. On the 28th the planet and the moon are in conjunction. As Mercury is in conjuction at the same date, those who are in a favorable situation for observ ing them will see a rare picture. Re cent observations of this planet with powerful instruments have given rise to most interesting speculations re garding canals that are said to exist on its surface. The theories advanced, bold and original though they be, are in many respects plausible, and it may not be unreasonable to assert that our Mar tial neighbors may have means for ac complishing the magnificent works which put our best efforts to shame, and which would only be possible with us after centuries of progress, in spite of the immense strides science is mak ing- Neptune is another of the morning stars, and he will not again join the evening planets this year. Uranus is one of the few evening stars. He was in conjunction with the moon on the 18th.—Ex. .“John wake up! I hear a noise in the kitchen. There’s somebody in the house!” (Jumping cut of bed.) "Don’t be afraid, Mana, I’ll drive him out! Be calm darling,” “Don’t go down that steep stairway with your revolver cocked, John. It might go off before you arc ready.” (Crawling back into bed again) “Mrs. Bill as, if you haven’t any cOn- Jidence in my management of burglars you can take the revolver and go down yourself.” The State of Cotton. Washington. June to.—The June report of the Department of Agricul ture, published to-day, indicates a slight reduction in the area ol cotton on the Atlantic coast and an increase west ot the state of Alabama Nearly four-filths of the proposed breadth had been planted bv the first of May. but germination was slow on account of the cold and generally dry weather. Replanting of the defective stands is general and some fields were plowed up and planted in corn. The following averages are prelimi nary. and are subject to revision from the thorough special investigation now- in progress: North Carolina 80 Florida 100 Mississippi 1°*- _ Texas 10:i.;> Tennessee 180 (Jecrgiai 8S Alabama 8.» Louisiana Arkansas 101 General average 1°1 The nights have been too cold and the seed bed too dry for germination or vigorous growth. Frosts are re ported in May, some as late as the 30. Throughout the cotton belt the condi tion is relatively low—the lowest in South Carolina and highest in Texas, averaging 86.4 The state averages being: Virginia 85 South Carolina "8 North Carolina 8-1 Georgia 80 Florida 88 Alabama 83 Mississippi 85 Louisiana 80 Texas •*.» Arkansas 82 Tennessee *8 General Average 80.4 Replanting was scarcely completed at the date of the reports and on dry land the latter seeding had not germi nated. Rains on the last days of May were expected to improve the condi tion materially. In some districts are reports of the presence of lice and in juries by cut worms. WANTED, 500 Cars Watermelons, 5000 Baskets of Early Fruits, l-'or which I will pay highest markcl price in cash, or sell on commission, and I will pay a reward of to Ihe person shipping mo the ear ol the lnrgc.-t melons this season. This reward is over and above the market price of said ear when received. A. 1*. RICKETS Wholesale Fruit anil I’roiiuce healer, Cliiiltanooga, Tenn. Reference: People's Hank and other hanks here; also It. (!. Dim k Co., and the wholesale merchants of this citv generally. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. The Doctrine of Predestination. The confession of faith adopted by the Westminister assembly has been maintained without change for nearly 250 years. But even Presbyterian ism, intensely conservative as it is, has at lasr taken the first step toward revising its standards of faith. The response of the Presbyteries to the questions of the general assembly especially as regard? the doctrine of predestination, cannot fail to excite a profound interest outside as well as within the Presbyterian denomina tion.—Philadelphia Times. m IIy shipping year Green and* Dried FRUITS, MELONS, VEGETABLES, (ktainy thing you may have, to us. We have a very large trade in the above articles, and can place your shipments to as good advant- ag < as any house on the market. Wc invite correspondence from all parties having any thing in our line to ship. SI MMERS, MORRISON k CO., Commission Merchants, 174 South Water Street, Chicago, Illinois. Reference: Metropolitan Nat. Bank. tUw MARVELOUS MEMORY DISCOVERY. Only Genuine Sr.tcm ofMemory Training, Four Bools* Learned in one reading. Mind wnnderimt enroll. Every elilld nnd ndu!t wrently benetlued. * Great inducoraeuttt to Correspondence Llaseei. Prospectus, with opinion** °f. B*V^\V * I, “"* Irid-faniod''ciiKstfn'jMindJoSaseiC jspec mo ml, t Advocate. A “f?uf! n A. , ’LOI»iiT'i'li, 2S? Fifth Ave., N. Y. Tlioinasville Variety WORKS. Reynolds, Hargrave & Davis, Prop’rs. Manufacturers and Dealers ROUGH <te DRESSED LUMBER. LATHES, PICKETS, SHINGLES, MOULDINGS, BRACKETS, SCROLL WORK, MANTLES, BALUSTERS* STAIR-RAIL? Newel Posts:,’ OFFICE, CHVRC'll <fc STORE. Furniture. LONGFELLOW’S MAIDEN* who is— “ Standing, with reluctant feet. Where the brook and river meet. Womanhood nnd childhood fleet I Is a type of thousands of young if iris who arc emerging from tin* chrysalis stage of their existence, as they enter upon their teens. Nervous, excitable, irritable, stirred by strange, unknowable forces within tnem, each a mystery unto herself, our girls need the tendercst care, the most loving, patient oversight, and the aid of Dr. Fierce’s Favorite Prescription, to safely carry them through this critical period, during which, in too many lives, alas, are sown the seeds of dis tressing forms of diseases peculiar to the female sex. But this boon to womankind will prevent all such diseases, or cure them if they have already seized a victim. Woman owes it to herself, to her family, nnd to her social station, to In* well and strong* Let her then not neglect the sure means of cure. “Favorite Prescription is a legitimate medi cine. carefully compounded by fin experienced and skillful physician, and adapted to woman a delicate organization. It is purely vegetable In Its composition and perfectly harmless in its effects in any condition of the system, gold by druggists; $1.00, or six bottles for $5.00. Copyright, 1888, by World's Dts. Med. Ass’n. Dr. PIERCE’S PELLETS regulate nnd cleanse the liver, stomach and bowels. They are purely vegetable and per fectly harmless. One a Dose, bold by druggists. 25 cents a vial. Electric Bitter*. This remedy is becoming so well known and so popular as to need no special tiou. All who have used Eicctric Bitters sing the same song of praise.—A purer mid icine docs not exist and it is guaranteed to do all that is claimed. Electric Bitters will cute all diseases of the Liver and Kidneys, will remove Pimples, Boils, Salt Rheum and other affections caused by impure Mood- Will drive nialarii from the system andpre vent ns well ns cure all Malarial fevers— For cure of headache, constipation and in digestion try Electric Bitters—Entire satis faction guaranteed, hr money refunded Frice 50 cts. and $1.00 per bottle at S: J. CASSB1/S Drug Store. Saw Mill for Sale A good au-lioree power Engine, nnil mill complete, with a new Sweep-stakes I’lauer. 4 mules, log carts, wagons, etc., and 1’25 nitres of fresh timber. Mill just put down, and within (, miles of Thomusvillc, is offered nt a bargain because the owner has other busiucss requiring his attention. Fur ther particulars on application at the TiJtcs- Kntzrpkiss office, or to EVANS kMcLEAN W. C. SNODGlt.tS?. U. F. HAWKINS jglNOIRiHASS .V HAWKINS, Attoriieys-at-Law. Oftii.o . Formerly occupied by Enterprise of- ip m McIntosh, Physician A Surgeon, Thomasville, Georgia. ; p -OFFICE over Stark's, corner Ilroail and Fletcher Streets. £)R. JOEL B. COYLE BISSTTIST* THOMASVILiLE, GEORGIA. OFFICE. Ilroail St., over Pickett's. STORE (FRONTS,.; A'ire Screen Doors and Windows, Sasli Doors and Blinds |TO OR T> K R. STAIR BUILDING, I) INSIDE HARDWOOD FINISH . .SPECIALTY.| jgf CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED. MILLINERY. Long advertisements of “im mense stocks below cost, ’ at tract attention, but it is the quiet work that tells. We haven’t as big lists in the pa per as some people, hut what we say in the paper we confirm in the store. Let us attract your attention by bargains in Hats, Ribbons, Flowers, Plumes and all fash ionable head-wear. You can buy two hats from us for the price asked for one elsewhere. Is it not to your interest to save your money rather than waste it on high prices and big profits. Pic nic hats a specially this week.* Mrs. Jennie Carroll, Low Price Milliner, Lower Broad St. 3. II. COYLK, I). IX S., Resident Dentist/' Thomasville, • * - Georgia Offers hl» services to tn citizens of Them- asvllle and vicinity. office hours—From 0 a. m. to 1 p. m., and H Mitchell. • o. Mitch ei l £ITCHKLL & MITCHELL, Attorneys-at-Law * Thomasvllle, • • Georgia. AX SELL & MEllIilLI , Attorneys-at-Law and Insar’ ance Agents. rhomasvllle, •. Office—Over Watt's store. s. . McLENDON, Attorney-at-Law, Thomasvllle, ... Georgia Prompt itt citl >a given to al trusted to him. Office—Over Watt’s store, corner Jackson streets. W. BliUCE, M. LX, Office, up-stairs. Col nor of Broad and Fletcher streets. plug ^ S. DEKLK, M. I>., Office in Hayes Building. Rosldonco—Corner College avouuo and Mag noliA stroot. Telephone communication, No. 25 for night calls. Iko Best and Most Pleasant Route FROM THOMASVILLE NORTH GEORGIA -AND ALL POINTS Worth & Northwest — IS VIA THK— 111 Seorgia. TIinOUCiH fiCHKDCl.KS TO * Augusta, Atlanta,Gainesville,Ga AND TO ASHEVILLE, £THF. “LAND OF T1IE SKY.’’ THE SAVANNAH AND AUGUSTA ROUTE. Pasaengors from Thomasvillo to Asheville have a choice of two routes, over tho Central, either via Albany, or via Savannah and Au gusta. Solid trains Thomasvllle to Savannah at 12 50 mid-day, connect with through Sleoplng Cars via Central, for Augupa and Spartanburg, and gives passengers a da>- llght ride between Augusta and Ashevillo.the prettiest country In the land, arriving Ashe ville at 7 p m—in timo sor supper. ALBANY & ATLANTA ROUTE. Passengers from Thomasvillo to Attanta, Gainesville ami Asheville via Albany should tuko tho 9 30 a m train, which at rives Atlanta same evening; G alnesvlllo 9 04 a m and Asho- ville, N. C., at 7 p m next day. Direct con nection Is made with tho W. A A. In Union Depot in Atlanta, and passengers for Mariet ta, Ga., leaving Thomasvllle at 9 3o a m, ar rive at Marietta tho samo night. For further information rotative to tickets, rates, schedules, etc., apply to F. M. Vandyke, Ticket Agt., Thomasvllle. Clyde Bostick, Trav. Pass. Agont, Savannah. E. T. CHARLTON, Gen. Pass. Agt. Savannah, Ga. N. S. Eaves, CONTRACTOR and BUILDER Thomasvllle, Goorgla, I will bo glad to mako contracts fot the construction of all classes of buildings, pub lic and private, In either brick or wood. I will guarantee In every lnstanco to givo satisfaction. Designs and 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 the many public buildings erected by me In Tbomnsvluo and elsewhere, and all parties for whom I have worked’ riilq llnr llbinjd Chicsga By. Co- THE BEST AND HOST Direct Eoute! FROM ALL PRINCIPAL POINTS IN THE'.SOUTH TO CHICAGO AND THE NORTHWEST. Wo through express trains dally, with Pul? man Palace Buffet Sleeping Cars by night, and Chair Cars by day, between Cln- clunattl and Chicago, Indianapo lis and Chicago, and also be tween Louisville and Chicago, where close con* noctlons are made for St. Paul, Fargo, Blsmark, Pol- land, Omaha, Kansas City, San Francisco and points Intermediate— New Fast Hail, Leaving Louisville, Dally except Sunday, at 7 *.‘10 a. ni. Clnclnnattl, Dally, except Sunday at 7 :45. Arriving at Chicago at 6:55. Tho most rapid sorvlco ovor attempted be tween tho Great Commercial Cities on tho Ohio River and Chicago. hrough Coupon Tickets, Baggage check ed to destination, and your safety and com fort provided for, avo among tho points that have made tho MO MOM ROUTE Universally and dosorvedly popular. OHNB.CARSON, Vlce-pros’t and Gon’l Mgr W. H. McDOEL, Gon’l Traffic Manager, E. O. McCORMICK, Gon.l Passenger Agent It. W. GLADING. Passongor and Freight Agt., 158 Broad 8t.. Thomasvllle Ga. Tbere is No Place Like Home. W. D. SCOTT, Sheet Metal * * * Plumbing Works. I have experienced workmen in my employ and am preparod to do all kinds of sheet inotal and plumbing work in the. best possi ble manner. GALVANIZED IRON CoRNICE, Architectur al nnd Ornamental Work in Iron, Zinc or Copper. SLATE nnd TIN ROOFING, Sheot Brass nnd Copper Work, Plumbing, Gas nnd Steam Fitting. HOTEL AND JOB WORK A SPECIALTY. I keep on hand a full stock of Bright and Rooting Tin, Galvanized, Russia, Siuoke- ttack and Plain Iron, Shoot Brass, Planished, Tinned nnd Plain Coppers; Zinc, Holder, Spoltor and Wire. My pricos aro reasonable and those who conteraplato having work done or purchasing anything in my lino will find It to their In terest to confer with mo boforo placing their orders Offlco nnd shop ovor Watt k Bro.’s, Broad St.. Thomasvillo Ga. III. Mr. Joseph M. Drcyer offers his services to the public as a stenographer and type writer. All work promptly dono and satis faction guaranteed. Apply to or address, JOSEPH M. DREYER, at Me lHyre k McIntyre's office, Broad si Whiddon House (Oppoalto Plney Woods Hotel.) THOMASVILLE, - GA E.B. tVhiddon, Prop. This house, located in the most desir able aiid central part of the city, Is now and completo in every particular. Fur nished in the most elegant manner and provided with all conveniences of mod ern hotels Tho menu Is porfoct, and the servico rendered by trained and po- llto servants. Torms reasonable, and pripes graded according to accommoda tions furnished. Carriages' from the house meet all trains. declO-ly Gita & LevicK, Contractors & Builders THOMASVILLE, GA. Wo will bo glad to make contracts for, or superintend, all classes of buildings, public or private, in either brick or wood. Will fur nish plans and specifications If requlrod. If you want any building dono call on us, and wo will submit estimates whethor contract Is awarded us or not. Wo will guarantee satis faction In all our work. Wo refer to tho many buildings erected by us in Thoiuasville, and to all parties for whom we havo worked, Shop on Fletcher st., 2nd door from Broad. Thomasvllle, Ga., April 3, 1889. Lands For Sale m mm TjRiii The 210 acres of land in Thomas county, being parts of lots Cl and 78 in ho 14th Dlst., and known as the Geo. W. Whitehurst place. Will sell for $1,0 00,—olio fourth, one third, or one half cash, and the balance in from one to six years,—to suit purchaser, with interest at rate of oigiit per cent, per annum on deferred payments, payable annually. (For, further particulars ad dress Wm. E Simmons, -tf Atlanta, Ga. HOME! I will sell a lot 70 by 196 feet between Hayes and Calhoun St. for $250 to right party—$50 down and furnish capital to build the house and TAKE FAY -IN- ts. OFFER OPEN FOE ONE WEEK. The Elmwood, Marietta, Ga. This new and beautiful hotel, elegantly furnished, ELECTRIC BELLS, GAS, Firat class in all of its appointments, bos been leased by M. (». Whitlock, former own er and proprietor of the late “WHITLOCK HOUSE.” ilis table and service will satisfy the most fastidious. His beds arc delightful. Terms reasonable. Address, M. G. WHITLOCK, Marietta, Gt, E. M. MALLETTE, HEAL ESTATE BROKER, Thomasville. I 3 G-eom-ia