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The Daily times-enterprise. (Thomasville, Ga.) 1889-1925, July 23, 1889, Image 4

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1 a .^Shannon’s Jury Bill. 1 rfonang k«w«. | |MbBl that will attract considerable attention when it is introduced into the legislature is that which Senator Shannon, of Twiggs county, is now preparing. The purpose of it is .to abolish exemptions from jury duty in cases of felony. A crying evil in this *state is jury exemptions. In the cities particularly nearly all ol the class of citizens best qualified for jury ; Hulr are exempted. The result is that jjt is extremely difficult to get a ? 1 -Jfljy ihat is competent to render a verdict in accordance with the law and the facts in either civil or crimi nal cases. The fact that a man is rich or prominent, or has important business aflairs which demand the greater part of his time, is no reason why he should be permitted to shirk jury du ty. It is all nonsense to say that business men cannot act as jurymen without making great sacrifice of their business interests. When they want to leave their homes for a week or month they find no difficulty in arranging to do so. It is unjust to impose upon a few citizens the duty of acting as jury men. These few may also have busi ness interests which sufTer because of their temporary inability to direct them, but they arc either too con scientious to shirk the duty which, as citizens, devolves upon them, or they are too poor to comply with the financial conditions upon which *- exemption can be secured. Senator Shannon’s bill docs not go far enough. It ought to include important civil cases us well as the giaver criminal ones. In the courts in the cities cases requiring for tlicir decision a high order of intelligence and good judgement arc all the time being tried. There are so many ex emptions that jurors having the right kind of qualifications are difficult to get. Cases, therefore, are not un- ; frequently determined by those who .are governed by prejudice, or who lack ability to reach the truth from the facts and the law. • Senator Shannon’s bill is only* a step in the right direction. There is certainly great need for reform in the jury system as it exists in many of the counties of this state. The law which, provides for the resumption of work in the Mow \ ork prisons will soon go into effect, and the evils of enforced idleness will now . be.remedied. While the Mew York '? convicts have suffered. dreadfully from the operation of the law.- forbid ding the sale of prison made goods, the experience has been of value in impressing the precepts laid down by the reformers. The horrors of the season of idleness have been declared by wardens to be indescribable, as the introduction of regular work as a part of prison life is welcomed as a verita ble blessing by the unfortunate pris oners. The comparative records of the two systems as shown iu New York should be carefully studied by the authorities of other States, and the object lesson presented should be generally accepted by all persons who arc interested in the humane treat ment of convicts.—Ex. The sickliest community in the United States appears to be Leaven worth, Kan. No less than 22,000 cases of sickness requiring the use of liquor as a remedy were registered at the drug stores in that city last year. “WHAT MEDICINES ABE MOST CALLED FOB 7” Aflkod the reporter of an old druggist. ** Dr. JMerce's preparations,” he refilled. ‘‘They are sold under a positive guar- jin tee that they will, in every case, give satisfaction, or the money is promptly re funded. His 4 Favorite Prescription, for nil those chronic weaknesses, nervous and other derangements peculiar to women, is used with unfailing succors. It euros weak back, bear ing-down sensations, irregularities and weak nesses common to the sex, and being the most perfect of tonic medicines builds up and strengthens the entire system. Tho de mand for it is constant, and I am conversant with scores of eases cured by it.” Returning after a few moments’ absence, the venerable widd i* of tho fiestlo remarked, ‘‘the number of snrsnparilhis and other, so- called, ‘blood inedioines’ is legion; but Dr. Pierce’s Golden Medical Discovery outsells them all and it is the only blood-purifier out of the many which 1 am obliged to keep upon my shelves, that is gtiarnntecd to benefit nr cure in all cases f # »r which it is recommended, or money paid for it is refunded.” “ In the line of Pills." remarked the old gen tlemen, “tho little Sugar-coated ‘Pellets* put. up by l)r. Pierce lead all others, both in amount of sales and tin* general satisfaction they give my,customers.” Copyright, 18SS, by Woni.i/s Dts. Med. Ass’n. f voprietors of Dr. Sage’s Catarrh Remedy. By ts mild, soothing ami healing properties, it. cures the worst eases, no matter of how long Standing. Ry druggists. 50 cent:?. Florida Central -AM)-- Pcn i i is u I a 11 a i I road. roriiici-1) Jlhc I It. A IV, Co. Standard Time Used—June 2,1889. ft tit) p UM)5 a Lv 7 00 l- II 15 a I.v fi30p 11 *27 a Lv 3 30 p 1242 P I <v 9 25 p 1 27 p A f y 55 pj 142pAr 1O30 I* 2 27 |i Ar 11 20 a a02 1* Ar 1 10 a 1 2» l* Ar 3 SO a 5 4 2 p A r ft 10 a fillip Al t’. 00 a fi40p.\r 0 42 a b 22 P Ar | SOITUKI Forimndl Jacksonville All 1 5(1 p Ocala Wild I Leesburg | TAMPA DIVISION t.v Jacksonville Ar f.v Wildwood At Ar PanaaniTkeo Ar Ar Sumlorvlllo Ar i.VrSt. Catlierin Ea cheo 23 1 u t ii-iuu Ki;r div. | HI 24 7 11 45 a I.v Jacksonville Ar 150 p fi 10 s fi 00 ol 4 10 p I.V Waldo Ar, 1035 p 3 401 5 lo V 4 53 j. Ar Oaliiesvlllo Ar; 0 40 »; 230i 7 00 p soap 10 40 p 1 1 5H p 7 lf»ai I.v Jacksonville Ar 10 27 a ; A i 11 2H a A i 12 52 pi A f j 2 02p Ar Madismi Monticell. Tallaliass* (pill A r.2 35i. 1 4fi p Ar 11W p 11 22 a At 12 23 p U 55 a Aril 15 a 815 a i.v lo30 a ft 25 a y 20 a 1 00 p A r River June, Li 1,2, 7, b, y, 10,13, 11 Dally. fi-2, and 113 Daily. 3,4, 23, 21, Dally.except Su 30 Daily except Sunday. Monday, Guest (to restaurant table girl) — What huve you got for dinner? Ta ble Girl—Roast bceffricasscedchiclien- stewdlambhashbakcdaudfricdpotatoes- indianpuddingmilktcaandcollcc. The Guest—Give me third, fourth, fifth, Bixth, eighteen and nineteen syllables. Small Boy—“Papa, what does ‘monotonous’ mean? ’ Father(wear- ily)—“Wait ’till your mother begins to talk dress with your grandmother, my boy. Then you’ll realize the full meaning of the word.” Tubbs—“I flatter myself that lion esty is printed on my face.” Grubbs “Well—er-yes, perhaps—with al lowance for typographical errors.” lEORGE FI : .ARN, REAL RSTATE AGI\T. S UFFICE II MITCHELL HOUSE BLOCK. 4 J A fit, at faimj fnftrt) hr Mg HOUSES Rli NTEI) And f»»« *’i in. '^)ANS NEGOTIATED. • jring #e a description oi your properly fiO | G | JACKSONVILLE IMtANTII 1 5 | fil "845p"l3u"a 1,v Jacksonvillo Ar s50u-fi<K) 1005 p-000 a Ar Feruuudlna Lv 7 15 a 130 5 ami G daily, except Sunday. O'.) and Gl Sundays only. ~7 ;15 a. in., New Orleans Express. Hhurtcst and quickest lino to all .Middle and West Florida points, l’ensaeola, Mobile and New Orteuis. 7 :15 a. m. and 7:30 p. in. tralnscou- neex dirough to Thomasvllle, Montgomery, Nashville, St. Louis. Cincinnati. Chicago, and all points North and West. Arrive at 2:45 p. I, *ilV-is p. m. 1 MaVl ami Express for all points South, Gainesville, Ocala, Leesburg, Tuyeres, Apopka, Orlando, FanasofTkeo (St. Catharine) Dade City, Riant City. Arrives at 1:50 p. in, 7:00 p. in. Local, connects through for all points South, Ocala. Gaiuesvllle, Leesburg, Tavares, Orlando, Tarpon Spring*. Southi land, St. Petersburg, and Tampa. Arrives fi -.10 a. m, 11:45 a. m. Cumberland Route Ex pros nects at Fornaudlna with steamer 1 llrunswick, dally, for Brunswick, Mac., Junta, Chattanooga, Louisville, Clnciii BSt. Louis ami Chicago. Arrives 1:50 p. 1 4:30 p. m. FeniamUua Mail and Kxi 'iiy "f IMPORTANT PEAR GROWERS & SHIPPERS. Consolidate \niir Shipments lo Houses who have Slamling and Ability. A Clr i-ca 10 I'll I iiivi-linaliim 1 li.-ivp c-.inneot- ...I mvsflf will. Hi.. Ii.llmviii" nOiablt* Imimrs: \V. L. Siiv.I'T, .lolm SI nut and Will II linhiu A Xi'tt- Y.p.k, lii.lliuhl & Son. 1’liil.nlel- |<|m;|, loom.-II. Kllll.l .V C.I., Host.Ml. Th.. aliovo houses will act 111 ell ami in.leavor lo l.ol.l I he markels up. I w ill rc- iiiain in S'ew )’oi I. din ing the Mhi|.|>ili" sea- son, ami eive nil |.eis..nal jittcntion lo the hllsiness. Itceeive ilailr allons I'lol il l. ol the markels, a ml wire In the Times-Knter- prise lor nnhlieaI ion. When your shipmenls are sealtererl it lemls tohreak (loan Ihelnar- kels. Hes|,eel I'nlly, •Ins. S. XllKTON, Olliee :'.2U Wosliinglnn SI., 7-H-l I' New Vnrk. lironii! Illiiil, Ambrose lllivil, J. I’. funprr. Olivit Brothers, Commission Merchants, Melons and Pears Specialties. :>:>5 Washington St., NEW YORK. Reference: North River Dark. Hunt & Voorhees, 179 READE ST., N. Y., Commission Dealers Southern Fruit and Produce- I’urlicuhir uttoiitiim paid to the sale of peaches, pcni's amt melons. .Sales reported daily and returns promptly made. I3emiet t & Hall, ( O T1.111 -S * IO N ill K K C: IIX N It, | Fruits and Produce. .Melons and Pears Sl’KI 'I AI.TIES. No.Kil W I'iH'I' ST I ( KET, Mill VO 1C It. Jacob T.|Brnnrll. Joseph \\. Thorn. BENNETT & THORN, PRODUCE Commission Merchants, No. 302 North Front St,, Philadelphia, - Pa. William Halley & Co., i’i!i >r>u< ’id COMMISSION - MERCHANTS. Melons a Specialty.! 1‘) 7 WEST STREET, NlilV VO Kit. *RHcmiee: New Volk County' National Rank. d&wim daily, Str. St. Nlchol Jng.s ting Tuesday ..as for Savannah ai day with Mallory i at Baldwin for all points North and West. Via Callahan to all points North, East and West. Via Fernamlina, connecting with Sir. City of Brunswick, for Brunswick, Macon, Atlauta and all points North mid West. D. E. MAXWELL, A.O MAcDONLLL, (ien. Manager, G. P. & T. A. ,F. NT REID. Agent at Thomasville. Oa. FKESII MEATS. We will I,pen, Monday, April 1st, at the plii.e lately ueeupie.l I.v Mr. 1’. II. Hone a line stock of I'rcsl. meat.?. Mutt.m a.ul Pork. Oitr im.’Hti arc from our own farmr, fat, . „i. y ami KW-eet. We will Ije plaA to receive our patronage ami will serve you w ith the cat meats at the lowest po-sihle prices. K. P. lions k lino iinmmB. I!y shipping ycur Green and Dried Fruits, Melons VEGETABLES, Or any thing you may have, to us.3 We have a very large trade in the above articles, and ran place your shipments tons good advant- ag \ as any house on the market. We invite correspondence from all parties having any thing in our line to ship. St’MMEUS, MORRISON k CO., Commission Merchants, 1 74 South Water Street, Chicago, Illinois. Relerenci*: Metropolitan Nat. Rank. d*w JOSEPH PIKE’S SON, Commission Merchant, —And Dealer In — Foreign and Domestic Fruits, Florida & Georgia Fruits & Vegetables A SPECIALTY. !)* I*A UK FI.ACK. NUW YOBK. Melons and LeConte Pears Solicited. Ileprese.lte.i in TlmmilSvillc l.y A. ■ ii-own Mild John W. Mitchell I’IKAFKSSION’ATj .CAItDS. tv. SXODOKASS. 1). V. HAWKINS jglXOIsGItASS .Si IIAAVKINS, Attornoys-at-Law. onit c . Fonmcly occupied by Eutcrpriaofof- flee. ip MMcl MOTSI-I, Pliyslcbui A Miirgcou, Thomasville, Georgia. ¥4r’DKI-'ICE over ,Stark’s,Icorncr Broad and Fletcher Streets. ■01U .j oel b. co.yj.E- DEJfTIST THOMASVILLE, GEORGIA. - ' ori'ICK. llio.nl St.. overlPlekett's.| g <i. JMcLENDON, Attorney-at-Law, Tlimiiasvllle, - - - Georgia. Prompt attention given to all business en trusted lo him. , , Otliee—Over Watt’s store, coiner Broad ami Jackson streets. TT J II. COYLE, I). I). S., Resident Dentist, Thoniasvlllo, ... Georgia Offers his services to th citizens of Thom* asvillo and vicinity. Ofltco hours—From u a. m. to 1 p. m., and from2 to ftp.ra. Oflico - On Jackson street. W. |>. MITCIIELU K. G. MITCIIKLL. J^»ITCUEIiL & MITGIIKI.L, Attonicys-at-Law, Tl.oimu.vill., • ■ Ho,.lain. W. UIIUL'H, M. 1). Office, up-stairs. On nor of Broad and Fletcher streets, [aug T. S. UEKLK, M. D., WALTER S. HILL, Mm tan Merchant, — poll THE .SALK OF— Southern Fruits a VEGETABLES, LH 'elite Pears anil Melons a Specially. 200 ni’AlNK NT,. WKW VOIIK. References: Irving National Rank, N. V.; Fruit (Irower.s' National Rank, Smyrna, Dsl. Rcprcj-c-ited in Tliomasville hy A. Rrown. WANTED, 500 Cars Watermelons, 5000 Baskets of Early Fruits, Fm'w hich I will p:.y hi-hvi-t iiiurki't ;pih <> iu ru-h,%r fll uii i .iiuuii^iun, uud 1 will pj,y ii rvwunl III In III.' pur-oil fil.ippiun III,. Ill,, car ul tile lnr-cst in.-lon.- thisVouson. This reward is over ami above the market price ol'sai'l cur when receive,I. A. I’. KICKETS WWmalc Prilil ami Proilnre Dealer, Cliiittanoooa, Tenn. lieleieme: People's llank ami other hunks here; also Ii. tl. Ilun .k Co., ami the wliuleutle merchants ol thin city generally. Office in llayes Building. Residence—Cornor Collcgo avenue and Mag Holla street. Telephone communication, No. 25 for night calls. N. S. Eaves, CONTRACTOR and BUILDER Thoraasvillo, Georgia. I will bo glad to make contracts foi the construction of all classes of buildings, pub- lb* and private, in either brick or wood. I will guarantee in every Instance to give 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 mo or not. I refer to the many public buildings erected by mo in BY FAB THE ELDER HOUSE, Indian Spring, Ga. W. A. ELDER Proprietor. SEASONOF 1889. For ratofh analysis o! water and infor mation, address $ 10 tl K. A. Elder Manger. HVrAHMNHED I HUM. E. B. WOOmVAKI), Ci 15N KUAL Commission Merchant, Melons and Pears Specialties. 17-1 CllAMUEES ST.. XKW YOBIt. 0-20 <lfcw 2m ROUTE —TO— NEW YORK i BOSTON SAVANNAH —AND TI1K— OCEAN:-: STEAMSHIP:-: LINE —of tiik— Central Railroad of Georgia. SUMMER EXCURSION TICKETS Suw on sulc ul reduced rules. Good to return until Oetolier :t 1 at, 1881). Magnificent Steamers nn.l elegant ser vice. Free Irom the lic.it and dust incident to nil-rail routes. If you arc sick ;hc trip will invigorate and build you up. Go oust I.v sea and you'll never regret it. ' Passengers, before purchasing tickets via other routes, would do well to ini,.lire first of the merits of the Koutc via Savannah Further information may lie lmd hy apply ing to the Agent at your station, or to M.S.IfEI.KNAP, W. F.SlIELLMAX, General Manager. Traffic Manager, E. T. CHARLTON*, CLYDE BOSTICK, Gen. Pass. Agent. Trar. Pass. Agt, Savannah, Ua. # THE BEST AND MOST Direct Route! FROM ALL PRINCIPAL POINTS IN THEfSOUTH TO CHICAGO AND THE NORTHWEST. wo through express trains dally, with Pulf man Palace Buffet Bleeping Cars by night, and Chair Cars by day, between Cln- clnnattl and Chicago, Indian spo ils and Chicago, and also be twoon Louisville and Chicago, whoro close con nections are mado for St. Paul, Fargo, Blsmark, Tol land. Omaha, Kansas City, San Francisco and poluts Intermediate— New Fast Mail, Lonvlng Louisville, Dally except Sunday, at 7 -30 a. m. Clnclnnattl, Dally, except Sunday at 7:45. Arriving at Chicago at 6:55. Tho most rapid service over attempted be tween tho Great Commercial Cities on the Ohio Itivcr and Chicago. hrough Coupon Tickets, Baggage check ed to destination, and your safety and com fort provided for, aro among the points that have mado tho IHOIUOXVT ROUTES Universally and deservedly popular. OUN B.CYR30N, Ylce-pros't aud Gen’l Mgr W. ii. McDOEL, Gon’l Traffic Manager, E. O. McCORMICK, Gen.l Passenger Agent R. W. OLADING. Taasenger and Freight Agt., 158 Broad St.. Thomasville Oa. Whiddon House (Opposite Plncy Woods Hotel.) THOMASVILLE, - OA E. Ii. Whiddon, Prop. This house, Iocated.in tho most desir able and central part of the city, Is now and completo in every pai l icular. Fur nished iu the most elegant' manner and provided with all convenieu.es of mod ern hotels. Tho menu is perfect, and tho serving rondored hy trained andlpo- lito servants. Terms reasonable, and prices graded according to accommoda tions furnished. Carriages from tho house meet all trains. dcclO-ly Fife & Beverly MEIGS, - GEORGIA. -- DKALERS IS - General Merckandi«a AND ALL KINDS OF Builders’ Supplies, Lumber, etc. re prepared to furnish anythi e Lumber Link., Wo make a i Mouldings, Turned Scroll Work. Tho most elaborate designs will bo faithful ly and correctly executed. Wo operate the boat oqulppad mills, and carry tho largest stock of so isoned lumber In Southern Geor gin. Parti is wanting lumber wlllsavoinonoy by consulting us beforo placing their orders. FIFE & BEVERLY ON- East Terns; THE Grlen&LevM, 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 required. If you want any building dono call on us, and wo will submit estimates whothor contract is awarded us or not. Wo will guarnntoo satis faction in all our work. Wo refor to tho many buildings erected by us In Thomasville, and to Jill partlos for whom wo have worked. Shop on Fletcher st., 2nd door from Broad. Tliomasvillo, Ga., April 3, 1889. B. D. FTJDG* THOMASVILLE, DEALER IN—-v , A ^ HARDWARE Stoves, Iron, Tin and Hollow Ware, Gis ill Spill 6ooftS ot* all kinds, and agent for King’s Powder Oo. p tl2-dCm The Elmwood, Marietta, Ga. This new and beautiful hotel, elegantly furnished, ELECTRIC HELLS, CAS, First class in all of its appointments, has been leased hy M. G. Whitlock, former own er and proprietor of the late “WHITLOCK HOUSE.” Hi., table and scrvico will satilfy the most fastidious. Ills beds are delightful. Terms icusonablc. Address, M. G.|WHITLOCK, Marietta, Ga. Black Place, IN FEARNSIDE. . . A good large lot, five room house, nice location. Price $1,400; one- third cash, balance in one and two years, at 8 per cent, interest. This place will be rented to good ten ant. Apply to REAL ESTATE BROKER, Thomasville. Geor'ia y m