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The Daily times-enterprise. (Thomasville, Ga.) 1889-1925, June 28, 1889, Image 4

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i\y <-••• -i%<»c*y.r t^¥ ' The Author of“Darling Nellie Gray.” There u & little green mound and humble marble slab in a secluded corner of Ottcrbein cemetery,, about twelve miles north of the city, which marks the grave of the author of that famous ballad, “Darling Nellie Gray.” A visitor to the spot learns from the inscription on the stone that it is the last resting place of Benjamin Russell Hanby. The seclusion of the tomb, the neglect shown it by all save a few relatives and the general ignorance of its loca tion, form another illustration of the forgetfulness of the human race. Not withstanding the grave of the author of “Darling Nellie Gray” is forgotten and neglected, his own beautiful bal lad has sculptured out for him a monument of memory which will en dure the changes of centuries to come. The New Dance. “The latest thing in dances is ‘the dervish,’ and it beats the racquet all to pieces. “It gets its name fom a fancied re semblance to the whirl of the dervish es ot the African desert tribes,” said Prof. Fredericks, the dancing master, yesterday. “Special music is written for it, and it is as tuneful as the old racquet, popular even to-day. The dance begins as an ordinary waltz, the opening movements being rather slow and stately, for the time is increased, and the dance ends with a dozen very rapid waltz, evolutions that are said to make the dancers dizzy and impress the lookers-on that it is wicked to take part therein. The only tiling neces sary to carry out the dervish idea is the howl that should accompany the whirl, but the dancers are too well bred and the dance sufTcrs.”—Detroit Free Press. Encouraging Science. The Vermont Microscopical Asscci- ation has just announced that a prize of 8250, given by the Wells, Richard son Co., the well-known chemists, will be paid to the discoverer of a new disease germ. The wonderful discov ery by Prof. Koch of the cholera germ, as the.cause of cholera, stimu lated great research throughout the world, and it is believed that this lib crnl prize, offered by a house of such standing, will greatly assist in the detection of micro-organisms that are . the direct cause of disease and death. All who are interested in the subject and the conditions of this prize, should write to C. Smith Boynton, M. D., Secretary of the Association, Burling ton, Vt. In the course of an article on Jef ferson Davis, in the Chicago Inter- Ocean, over the signature ot “By stander,” Judge Albion W. Tourgee writes: “Yet with all this, some things must in fairness be said for the aged chief of the confederacy. He has been consistent and resolute in the maintenance of his views of gov ernment. Some years ago the By stander took the pains to collect and collate all the votes and speeches of Mr. Davis ns member of both houses of the national congress. It was a useless labor except from the fact that lie desired to fill out and complete l»is own mental picture of one of the most notable men of his time—a man who has occupied an anomalous posi tion in the world’s history. As a re sult he docs not hesitate to say that one making such a study and at the same time reviving in bis memory the sentiments of that time when the tempest brooded over our land, can not nclp a feeling of respect for the evident sincerity and ability of the man who was-afterward to stand on so strange a pinnacle. From his be lief in the constitutionality of seces sion, the righteousness of slavery, and the justice of |thc confederate cause, he has never for au instant wavered, from his earliest speech in the 'house of representatives to his latest letter. in which he confidently appeals to Ihc future for ?. vindicatoin of his views and conduct. What he then believed he still believes. One cannot question his sincerity.” The following true but rather sur prising statement is taken from the Sanitariau: “Last year Florida was panic stricken from the havoc of ycl- iow fever; bill during the same year consumption destroyed more than twice as many lives hi the little slate of New Hampshire, and not a tremor ran through the body corporate The average annual dcatli rate in this country from cholera, ye low fever, smallpox, typhoid fever, diphtheria, and scarlet lever, all combined, does not reach the enormous total of deaths from consumption.” GEORGE FF.ARN, BEIL ESTATE AGINT, OFFICE IE MITCHELL HOUSE BLOCK. fttj til Cmtrj Properii lor Sale. HOUSES RENTED And Taxes Fr Id. DOANS NEGOTIATED. Bring do a description 01 your properly ASLEEP ON THE TRACK. A little child, tired of play, had pillowed hi0 head on a railroad track and fallen asleep. The train was almost upon him when a passing stranger rushed forward and saved him from a horriblo death. Berlin ns you are asleep on the track, too. You nrc, if you are neglecting the backing, cough, the hectic Hush, the Iops of hacking cough, the hectic flush, the loss of appetite, growing weakness and lassitude, which have unconsciously crept upon you. Wake up, or the train will no upon you! Consumption, which thus insiduously fastens its hold upon its victims while they are un conscious of its approach, must he taken in time, if it is to he overcome. Dr. Pierce’s Golden Medical Discovery lias cured thou sands of cases of tin's most fatal of maladies. If tAken in time, and given a fair trial. It in guaranteed to benefit or euro in every ease of Consumption, or money paid for it will l>c prompt!]/ refunded. For Weak Lungs. Spitting of Blood, Short ness of Breath, Bronchitis, Asthma, Sever*; Coughs, and kindred affections, it is an effi cient remedy. Copyright, 1888, by World's 1ms. Med. As: offered for an incurable case of Catarrh in the Head, by the proprietors of Dr. Sacrc’s Catarrh Bcincdy. Only 50 cents. Sold by druggists everywhere. Florida Central —AND- Peninsula liailroad. Formerly Ihc F. n. AW, C’o. Standard Time Used—June 2,1889. 3 | 7 | SOUTHERN DIVISION | 500plU05a-Lv Fornamlliwi Ar,3 05p 830 a 7 00 pll 45 a Lv Jacksonville ‘ *•' C30 pill 27 a!Ly Callahan 8 30 p 1242 p Lv .Baldwin Ar|l AT, 3 U) p 8 3UR ) Arf 16»p! 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Lv 8 00 a 12 03 a 7 05 u 1,2,7, 8, 9,10.13,14 Dally. G2, and 63 Dally. 3,4, 23, 24, Dally, oxcept Sunday. 30 Dally except Sunday. 31 Dally except Monday, ____ GO | G gi; 845p-4 30n I.v Jacksonville Ars50a-6 00 p 1005 p-GUO a Ar Fernand Ina Lv 7 15 a-4 30 |» H 5 and G dally, except Sunday. G) and 01 Sundays only. 7 :15 a. m. t Now Orleans Express. Shortest and quickest llao to all Middle and West Florida points, Pensacola, Mobile and New Orleans. 7:15 a. in. and 7:30 p. m. trains con nect through to TlioniftsvlUo, Montgomery, Nashville, 81. Louis. Cincinnati. Chicago, and all points North and West. Arrive at 2:45 p, in. and 3.45 p. in. 11:45 p. in. Mall and Express for all |N>lnts South, Gainesville, Ocala, Loosburg, Tavores, Apopka, Orlando, PanasofTkoo (St. Catharine) Dade City, Plant City. Arrives at 1:50 p. in, 7 :00 p. in. Local, connects through for nil points South, Ocala, Gulncsvlllo, Leesburg, Tavares, Orlamlo, Tarpon Springs, Houthor* laud, St. Petersburg, and Tampa. Arrives at 6:10 a. in, 11:43 a. m. Cumberland Route Express,con nects at Fernaudlna with steamer City of Brunswick, dally, for Brunswick, Macon, At lanta, Chattanooga, Louisville, Cincinnati 8t. Louis uud Chicago. Arrives 1:30 p. in, 4:ft)p. in. Fornandlua Mail ami Express, daily, connecting Tuesday and Friday with Str. St. Nicholas for Savannah ami way land ings. Thursday with Mallory Steamers for New York. Arrives 8:50a. m. Huuday train leaves Jacksonville 8:45 a. m. This new sorvlco gives perfect connections at Baldwin for all points North and West, Via Callahan to all points North, East and West. Via Fornandlua, connecting with Sir. City of Brunswick, for Brunswick, Macon, Atlanta, and all poluts North and West. D. E. MAXWELL, A. O. MAcDONELL, Oon. Manager, O. I\ k T. A. J. W REID. Agent at Thomasvlllc. Ga. D" COYLE’y^ V ' XC\V/ and dentifrice C\V and i’MSfrves the Teeth S' TllOMASVILLE, OA. FRESH MEATS. We will open, Monday, April 1st, at the place lately occupied by Mr. P. II. Bone a fine stock of fresh meat?. Ikef, Mutton and Pork. Our meats are from our own farms, fat, juicy and sweet. We will be glad to receive jj'onr patronage and will serve you with the ~c?t meats at the lowest possible prices. F. P. Hors k lino ELDER HOUSE, Indian Spring, Ga. W. A. ELDER Proprietor. SEAS6n OF 1889. For rates, analysis ot water and Infor mation, address 610 tf E. A. Elder Manger. Jacob I. Bennett. Joseph ff. TkotU BENNETT & THORN, PRODUCE J No. 302 North Front St., Philadelphia, - Pa. By shipping Green and Dried Fruits, Melons VEGETABLES, Or any thing you may have, to us.JIWe have a very large trade in the above articles, and can place your shipments tons good advant- ag; as any house oil the market. We invite correspondence from all parties having any thing in our line to ship. (SUMMERS, MORRISON k (’(»., Commission Merchants, 174 South Water Street, Chicago, Illinois. Uefercnc**: Metropolitan Nat. Bank, daw WANTED, 500 Gars Watermelons, 5000 Baskets of Early Fruits, For which l will pay highest market-price in cash, or sell on commission, and I will pay n reward of $25 to the person shipping me the car of the largest melons this|scason. This reward is over and above the market price of said car when received.J A. 1\ RICKETS Wholesale Fruit and Produce Dealer, Chattanooga, Tcmi. Reference: People’s Bank and other banks here; also It. G. Dun k Co., and the wholesale merchants of this city generally. I3ennet-t & Hall, (O.IDI1SNIOX jierciiant*, Fruits and Produce. Melons and Pears SPECIALTIES. No. 101 WEST STREET. XKW YORK. Hunt & Voorhees, 179 READE ST., N. Y., C?om mission Dealers Southern Fruit atCProduce- Particular attention paid to'|tlic au sale of peaches, pears and melon Sales reported daily and returns promptly made. William Halley & Co., PRODUCE COMMISSION - MERCHANTS. Melons a Specialty. 11)7 WEST STREET, NEW lOltlt. Reference: New York County National Bank. ’ d*w2m JOSEPH PIKE'S SON. Commission Merchant, —Ami Dealer In— Foreign and Domestic Fruits, Florida & Georgia Fruits & Vegetables A SPECIALTY. ON PA ItK FliAt'E, NEW YORK. Melons and LeConte Pears Solicited. Represented in Thoinasville by A. C, Brown ami John W. Mitchell* ENTAB LINKED I KIN. E. IS. WOODWARD, GENERAL Commission Merchant, PROFESS IONAL CARDS. Melons and Tears Specialties. 17-1 CHAMBERS ST.. YEW YORK. 0*26 dfcw 2m WALTER S. HILL, W. C. 8N0D0IU8S. D. F. HAWKINS gNOIXMtASS* HAWKINS, Attorn eys-at-Law. EOffice. Formerly occupied by Enterprlsejof- iji M.McINOTSIl, Physician <& .Surgeon, Thomasville, Georgia. nrOFFICE over ;8tark’*»,'corner* Broad and Fletcher Streets. •QR. JOEL B. COYLE DENTIST THOMASVILLE,f.GEORGIA. OFFICE. Broad St., overjrickett’s. —FOR THE SALE OF— Southern Fruits a VEGETABLES, LeConte Pears and Melons a Specialty. J II. COYLE, D. I). S., Resident Dentist, Thomaavllle, • • - Georgia. Offors Ills services to tn citizens of Thom asvlllo and vicinity. Office hours—From 9 a. m. to 1 p. hi., and from 2 to 6p. m. Office—On Jackson streot. 200 DUANE ST,. NEW YORK. References: Irving National Rank, X. Y.; Fruit Growers’ National Bank, Smyrna, Del. Represented in Thomasville by A. O'. Brown. M Mitchell. . (*, Juhiuil ITCIIKLL & MITCHELL, Attorneys-at-Law, Thomasville, I ANSELL & MEHIMLf. Attorucys-at-Law anil InsurJ anco A"ents. Thomasville, • Offlco—Ovor Watt’s store. g o. mclendon, Attorney-at-LaW, Promptattontbm given toj'al trusted to him. Office—Over Watt’s store, cornor Jackson streets. W. mtUCE, M. D. Office, up-stairs. S. DEKLE, M. D., Office in Hayes Building. Residence—Cornor College avenuo and Mag Telephone communication, No. 25 for night calls. 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, but 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 tor 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 specialty this week. Mrs. Jennie "Carroll, Low Price Milliner, Lower Broad St. Thoinasville Variety WORKS. Reynolds, Hargrave & Davis,iJProp'rs. ManufacturersJandlDealers ROUGH & IDRESSED LUMBER. LATHES, PICKKTS, SHINGLES, MOULDINGS, BRACKETS,* SCROLL work, MANTLES, BALDSTBRS, STAIR-RAILS OFFICE? e CHUR STORE, Furniture. STORE FRONTS. Wire Screen Doors and Windows, Sash, Doors and Blinds TO ORDER. STAIR BUILDING, AND INSIDE HARDWOOD FINISH A SPECIALTY. (^-CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED. THE BEST AND MOST Direct Route! FROM ALIj PRINCIPAL POINTS IN TUEfSOUTH TO CHICAGO AND THE NORTHWEST. wo through express trains dally, with Pul I mau Palace BuffetSloeplugCars by night, and Chair Cars by day, between CIn- clnnattl and Chicago, Indianapo lis and Chicago, and also bo twoon Louisville and Chicago, whore close con nections are made for St. Paul, Fargo, Blsmark, Pol? laud, Omaha, Kansas City, San Francisco and points Intermediate— New Fast Mail, JiCavlng Louisville, Dnllyexccpt Sunday, at 7 *30 a. m. Clnclnnattl, Dally, except Suuday at 7:45. Arriving at Chicago at 6:55. Tho most rapid sorvlco eror attempted be tween the Great Commercial Cities oi “ Ohio River and Chicago. 1T3“7 hrough Coupon Tickets, Baggngo check ed to destination, and yoUr safety and com fort provided for, are among the points that have made the OTOWOIff ROUTS Universally and deservedly popular OnN B.C.VR90N, Vico-pros’t and Gon’l Mgr W. H. McDOEL, Gon’l Traffic Manager, E. O. McCORMICK, Gen,1 Passenger Agent R. W. GLADING. Passongor and Freight Agt., 158 Broad St.. Thomasville Ga. W. D. SCOTT, Sheet Metal * * Plumbing Worlcs. I have ekporlonced workmen In ray employ and am prepared to do all kinds of shoot metal and plumbing work in tho best possi ble mntiner. GALVANIZED IRON CORNICE, Architectur al and Ornamontal Work In Iron, Zinc or Copper. SLATE and TIN BOOFINO, Sheet 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 Rooting Tin, Galvanized, Russia. Smoke stack aud Plain Iron, Sheet Brass, Planished? Tinned and Plain .Coppers; Zinc, Holder, Spoltor and Wire. My prices are reasonable and those who contemplate having work done or purchasing anything in my lino will find It to their in terest to confor with mo before placing their orders. Offlco and shop over Watt & Bro.’s, Broad St.. Thomasville Ga. III. Mr. Joseph M. Dreyer offers his services to tho public as a stenographer and type “ ” **' * “ ' and satis- address, writer. All work promptly done and sa faction guaranteed. Apply to or addre JOSEPH il. DREYER, at Me ntyre k McIntyre’s office, Broad si Whiddon House (Opposite Plnoy Woods Hotel.) THOMASVILLE, - GA E. B. Whiddon, Prop. This house, located In tho most desir able and contra! part of tho city, Is new and comploto In every particular. Fur nished In tho most olcgunt manner and provided with nil conveniences of mod orn hotels. Tho menu Is perfect, and the sorvlco rendered by trained and.po- llto servants. • Terms reasonable, and prices graded according to accommoda tions furnished. Carriages from tbo houso meet all trains. * doclO-ly Uriel & Lfivici Contractors & Builders . THOMASVILLE, CiA. We will bo glu'l to mako contracts for, or superintend, all classes of buildings, public or private, In either brick or wood. Will fur nish plans and sped Heat Ions if rcqulrod. 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 mauy buildings erected by us In Thoiunsvllle, aud to all parties for whom wo have worked. Shop on Fletcher st., 2nd door from Broad. Thomasville, Ga., April 3, 1889. The Elmwood, Marietta, Ga. This new and beautiful hotel, elegantly furnished, ELECTRIC BELLS, GAS, First class in all of its appointments, lut* been leased by M. G. Whitlock, former own er and proprietor of the late “WHITLOCK HOUSE.” His tabic and service will satisfy the most fastidious. His beds nrc delightful. Terms reasonable. Address, M. G.jWIIITLOCK, Marietta, Ga.“ 1ST. S. Eaves, and BUILDER (Thomasville, Georgia. ■1 will bo glad to mako contracts fot tho construction of all classes pf buildings, pub lic and private, in either brick or wood. I will guarantee in every Instance to give satisfaction. Designs and plans drawn and careful cat (mates mado. My Motto—Good, honest work at fair prices. If you want any building dono call on me. I will eubxnlt estimates whether contract is awarded me or not. I refer to the many public buildings erected by me In Thomasville and elsownero, and all parties for whom I have worked’j -ON- Easy Terms, The Old Bill Bryant place oh Jackson St., in Fletcherville. LARGE LOT, Healthy Location. Good neighbors-, and convenient to South Georgia College and Depot. Terms so easy that anybody having the will, can have a good lome. Apply imme diately to 1.1 Mailt#!, REAL ESTATE BROKER, Thomasville. " Georgia