It's a Mistake.
It is a mistake for a farmer to de
pend on others to do his- thinking for
It is a mistake to think those who
Jive in towns and cities have an easy
and happy life.
It is a mistake to be always grumb
ling and complaining.
It is a mistake to join the Alliance
through selfish and avaricious motives.
It is % mistake to think that a Slate
or county alliance can do everything
for your subordinate alliance.
It is a mistake to think that the Al
liance can or will greatly benefit you
if you are content simply to do nothing
except to place your name on the roll
and pay your dues.
It is a mistake to stay away from
the meetings and then complain if
matters do not go to suit you.
It is a mistake to keep silent in your
meeting and then complain ffiat some
thing was done wrong.
It is a mistake to stay in the order
if you are not willing to defend it and
work for it. v
It is a mistake to depend on the Al
liance to buy for you what you ought
to produce on the farm.
It is a mistake to go to law with a
brother before you mike an honest
effort to settle the question through
It is a mistake to tattle and talk
about Alliance business.
It is a mistake to tell anything about
Alliance plans and business outside
It is a mistake to harbor unpleasant
feelings against a member and not let
him know it.
It is a mistake to be continually
criticising the motives of your breth
ren and the action of your officers.
It is a mistake not to pay your dues
regularly and promptly.
It is a mistake not to attend jour
meetings as regular as practicable.
It is a mistake to keep a man in
your Alliance whom you know to be an
enemy to the order.
It is a mistake to adopt resolutions
which you do not enforce or observe.
It is a mistake forycu not to be just
as active and faithfn) and prompt and
loyal to the order as you are capable
The Problem Solved.
“What shall we do with our surplus
pears—windfalls and bruised fruit?
What shall we do with our pears
when the market is glutted and prices
tumble?” are questions that are de
manding attention since the LcContc
crop of the Tallahassee Country has
attained such enormous proportions.
These haye been answered by Capt
W. I. Vason. He has secured a small
slicing machine and a new family evap
orator—one that works on an ordinary
cook stove—and is pitting up several
bands of beautitul rings ol evaporated
pears which will find ready market in
Parties wishing to work up the sur
plus crop can get the address of the
manufacturer from Captain Vason.
This is sure to prove an extensive
industry in the Tallahassee Country,
and the time is not far distant when
tall smokestacks of immense evaporat
ing concerns will lift their heads r.iolt
amid the hills of Leon.—Floridian.
And when wilP ,, smoke-stacks”mark
the presence ol great evaporators,
Treasures of the Deep-
The wreck ot the English bark Mid
way, which toundered in 1853 while
bound trom London to Philadelphia,
w ! 'h »cargo of tin, lead and speller
worth over $150,000, has been lo
cated by the Atlantic and Gujf Wreck
ing Company off Cape Henlopcn.
To-day the schooner J. Howard Magee
landed at the Almond street wharf a
consignment of various metals from
the Midway’s cargo, which bad been
brought to the surface by divers, and,
although corroded by the action of
the salt water, the entire consignment
was sold at the highest market rates.
The Midway’s cargo was consigned
to Penrose A Burton, old lime Phil
adelphia ship brokers, who arc long
since dead. In the cabin of the bark
was found a case of brandy, much im
proved by its confinement in the lost
skipper’s cabin. A sextant and pistol
and rifles were also found in the wreck.
The usual weekly rumors about
Blaine’s failing health is being circu
Then ho rlnsprd her with emotion,
Drew the maiden to hia breast,
Whispered vows of true devotion.
The old, old tale,—you know the rest.
From his circled arms upspringing,
With a tear she turned away.
And her voice with sorrow ringing,
“I shall not set* my bridal day.
This dramatic speech broke him up badly;
but when she explained that her apprehen
sions were founded on the fact of an inher
ited predisposition to consumption in her
family, ho calmed her fears, l>ought a bottlo
of Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery for
her, and she is now the incarnation of health.
Consumption fastens Ms hold upon its victims
while they are unconscious of its approach.
The “Golden jVIediraI Discovery ” has cured
thousands of cases of this most fatal of mala
dies. But it must be taken before the disease?
is too far advanced m order to be effective.
If taken in time, and givnn a fair trial, it will
cure, or money paid lor it will bo
For lVcnk fauitr*.spitting of Blood,
Shortness of Hrnith, IEroneliitis,
AKtlimn, Severe Cough*, and kindred
affections, It is an efficient remedy.
Copyright, 1SSS, by \Vr
Ins. Med. ass'n.
.A.f lor an incurable case of C’n-
tarrli in the Head by tho
proprietors of Dr. Safe’s < 'alarrh Remedy. By
its mild, soothing and healing properties, it
cures the worst eases,.no matter of how long
standing. By druggists, no cents.
Formerlyjlhc F. It. & IV, Co.
Standard Time Used—June 2,1889.
| SOUTHERN DIVISION | 8 |
500 pious a Lv Fernandlna Ari 3U5p soon
700 p ll 45 a Lv Jacksonville Ar 150p Cioa
f> 30 p 11 *27 n Lv Callahan Ar 153 p 6 40 a
8 30 p'1242 p Lv 'Baldwin *
0 25 p. 1 27 ]> Ar Lawtcy
“ " p 142pAr Starke
Ar ft42p 5 00a
Ar 1158ft 355 a
Ar il 28a 3 lit)a
Al’jlO 52 a 2 50 a
Ar 10 23 ft 2 00
10 30 p; 2 27 p Ar ’ Wald
11 20 ft 302 p Ar Hawthor
J 10 a 4 20p Ar Ocala AiarA»07 p 12 01 p
3 50 a 5 42 p Ar Wildwood Afj 8 (On 9 20 p
5 10 ft G10 p Ar Leesburg Ar 7 35 a 7 55 p
G 00 ft 0 40 p Ar Tavares Lv 710 a, 7 00 p
9 42 a 8 22 pAr Orlando Lv 545 a 4 00p
| TAMPA DIVISlo:
7 00 ft
G 00 ft
G 40 ft.
7 20 ft
18 25 a!
9 30 a I
10 25 n|
12 05 p
i Lv Jacksonville Ar
[Lv Wildwood Ar
I 'Ar PanasoITkoo Ar
Ar Samtorvillo Ar
ArSt. Cathorluo Ar
Ar Lacoochoo Ar
Ar Dado City Ar
Ar Plant City Lv
4 00 p
23 [ 13 \ CEDAR KEY D1V. | 11 | 24
7 00 p 1145 a Lv Jacksonville Ar 1 50 p
G 00 4 10 p Lv Waldo Ar.10 35 p
5 10 a 4 53 p Ar Gainesville Ar| 9 40 a
10 45 3 542 pAr Arclior Lv|8 25 a
Cl2p;Ar Bronson Ar 7 48nj
In j Ar Cedar Koy Lvl 0 30 aj
j i j warrant division ( 2 j
3 40 p
'7 ««0 p
7 15 ft
Lv Jackson vlli
3 20 p
S 05 p
2 35 p
10 40 p
9 30 a
1 08 p
11 22 ft
11 58 p
10 27 ft
Live O ik
2 23 p
9 55 ft
11 28 ft
8 15 a
4 10 ft
12 52 p
5 25 a
C 10 u
2 02 p
9 50 ft
3 03 p
8 57 ft
1 50 ft
4 00 p
8 00 u
2 05 a
7 05 ft,
J,2, 7, 8, 9, 10,13, 11 Dally.
G2, and G3 Dally.
3,4, 23, 21, Dally, except Sunday.
30 Dally except Sunday. 31 Dally except
845p-430a Lv Jacksonville) Ar8SOn-GOO
1005 p-GOO ft Ar Fernandlna Lv 7 15 u-i 30
JQ 5 and G dally, except Sunday. GO ’and G1
7:15 ft. m., Now Orleans Express. Shortest
and quickest lino to all Middle find West
Florida points, Ponsacoln, Mobile and New
Orleans. 7 :15 a. m. and 7:30 p. in. trains eon-
noct ttirough to ThotuasvllJe, Montgomery,
Nashville, Kt. Louis. Cincinnati. Chicago, and
all points North and West. Arrive at 2:45 p.
in. and 3.45 p. in.
11:45 p. m. Mall uml Express for all points
South, Gainesville, Ocala, Leesburg, Tavares,
Apopka, Orlando, PanasoITkoo (.St. Catharine)
Dude City, Plant City. Arrives, at 1:5U p. m.
7:00 p. m. Local, connects through for all
points South, Ocala, Gainesville, l^csburg,
Tavares, Orlando, Tarp ut Springs, Souther
land, St. Petersburg, and Tampa. Arrives at
G :10 H. m,
11:45 ft. m. Cumberland Route Express, con
nects at Fernandlna with steamer City ».f
Brunswick, dally, for Brunswick, Macon, At
lanta, Chattanooga, Louisville, Ciueinnatl
St. Louis and Chicago. Arrives 1:50 p. m,
4:30p. in. Fernandlna Mali and Express,
daliv, connecting Tuesday ami Friday with
Sir. St. Nicholas for Savannah and way land
ings. Thursday with Mallory Steamers t«*i
New York. Arrives 8 :Wn. m. Sunday train
leaves Jacksonville 8:45 a. m.
This now service gives perfect connections
at Baldwin for all points North and West, Via
Callahan to all poiuts North, East and West.
Via Fernandlna, connect!.}?, with Str. City of
Brunswick, for Brunswick, Macon, Atlanta
and all points North ami West.
D. E. MAXWELL, A. O MAoDO.NELL,
Gen. Manager, G. P. k T. A.
J. W REID. Agent at Thomasvlllo, Oft.
D :'i 0YI %U«
I" '^A^I UTH W*
yCA A \ ./'Cleans and Preserves the Te
'Cleans and Preserves the Teeth
Wc will open, Monday, April 1st, at the
place lately occupied by Mr. P. II. Hone
a fine stock of fresh meals. Beef, Mutton and
Our meats arc from our own farms, fat,
uicy and sweet. We will be glad to receive
. our patronage and will serve you with the
' cat meats at the lowest possible prices.
^ F. P. lions k Huo
Indian Spring, Ga.
W. A. ELDER Proprietor. .
For rates, analysts of water and infor
61C tf E. A, Ennui Manger.
PEAR GROWERS & SHIPPERS.
Consolidate your Shipments to Houses
who have Slantliiig and Ability.
After careful investigation I have connect
ed myself with the following reliable bouses:
W. L. Snyder, John Stout and Wm. (»liable
k Go., New York, Kedfkdd k Son. Philadel
phia, Bennett, Kami k Co.plosion.
The above houses will aiw in concert and
indeavor to hold the markets up. 1 will re
main in New York during the shipping sea
son, and give m\ personal attention to (lie
business. Receive dailv quotations from each
of the markets, and wire to the Times-Knlcr-
prise for publication. When your shipments
are scattered it tends to break down the mar
Jos. S. Nokton,
0llice 329 Washington St.,
7-9-1 f New York.
George 01ml, Ambrose Olitil, J. I 1 . Com per.
Melons and Pears Specialties.
.‘LJo Washington St.,
Uefcrencc:—North River Hack.
Hunt & V.oorhees,
179 READE ST., N. Y„
Southern Fruit and Produce-
Particular attention paid to the
sale of peaches, pears amt melons.
Sales reported daily and returns
Bennett:. & Hall,
COMM isnION ill EIll’ll AN I*4,
Fruits and Produce.
Melons and Pears
No. 101 WEST STKEET.
Jacob TJBenncIt. Josojili W. Thom.
BENNETT & THORN,
No. 302 North Front St.,'
Philadelphia, - Pa.
William Halley k Co,,
COMMISSION - MERCHANTS.
Melons a Specialty.!
it)7 WEST STREET,
New York Conn
WALTER S. HILL,
Traduce Commission Merchant
— I’OK Till-: SALK
Lei'onto Pears and Melons a Specialty.
206 lll'ANK NT,. NKWYOItlt.
References: Irving National Hank, N. Y.;
Fruit Growers' National Hank, Smyrna, Del.
Represented in Thomnsvillc by A. ( Brown.
500 Gars Watermelons,
5000 Baskets of Early Fruits,
Korjwhieh I will pay highest market "price
in cash, or sell on commission, and I will
pay a reward of $25 to the person shipping
me the car of the largest melons this'season.
This reward is over and above the 'market
price of raid ear when received.
A. 1*. RICKETS
Wholesale Fruit ami Produce Dealer,
Reference: People’s Hank and other banks
here; also R. (J. Dun k Co., and the wholesale
merchants of this city generally.
By shipping your
Green and Dried Fruits, Melons
Or anything you may have, to us.J We have
a very large trade in the above articles, and
can place your shipments to as good advant
age any house on the market. We invite
correspondence from all parties having any
thing in oar line to ship.
SUMMERS, MORRISON k CO.,
1T4 South Water Street,
Reference: Metropolitan Nat. Bank, daw
JOSEPH PIKE’S SON,
—And Dt-alcr In—
Foreign and Domestic Fruits,
Florida & Georgia Fruits & Vegetables
IM 1CK I'l.ACI!. NEW VOIIK.
Melons and LeConte Pears Solicited.
llf|.resnitiMl in Thomasville liy A. C.
ltmwn and Julm W. Mitchell
W. C. SNODOIi.vSS. B. F. HAWKINS
gNODGl.’ASS & HAWKINS,
Office. Formerly occupied by Enterprise,©!-
rp M. McISTOTSH,
Physician & Surgeon,
rfi'- uri’ICE over .Stark's,lcorncr Broad and
JOEL B. COYLE.
OFFICE, Broad St., ovcrll’ickctt’s.
Thomasville, - - • Georgia.
Prompt attention given to all business en
trusted to him.
Office—Over Watt’s store, corner Broad and
IL COYLE, D. D. S.,
TUomasvlllo, ... Georgia.
Offors his services to tn citizens of Thom-
asviilo and vicinity.
Office hours—From 0 a. in. to 1 p. in., and
from2 to 5 p.m.
Office—On Jackson street.
W. D. .MITCHELL, K. G. MITCHELL.
jgyJJITCIIELL & MITCHELL,
Thomasville, • • Georgia.
w. iTiitJcE, m. i).
Coiner of Broad and Fletcher streets, [aug
F£| a. DKKI.E, M. I).,
Office in Hayes Building.
Itesldonco—Corner College avenue and Mag
Telephono communication, No. 25 for night
N. S. Eaves,
CONTRACTOR and BUILDER
le and private, In either brick or wood.
I will guarantee in every Instance to
five satisfaction. Designs and plans drawn
mil careful estimates made.
MV Motto—Good, honest work at fair
triers. If you want any building done call
•n me. I will submit estimate* whether
lontract Is awarded mo or not. I refer to
he many public buildings erected by mo In
vlllo and elsewhere, and all parties
i I have worked*
BY FAB THE
* K«TARI.INIIi:l> IN.m
E. B. WOOBWABB,
Melons and Pears Specialties.
17-A CHAMBERS ST..
0-26 dfcw 2m
Niff YORK OR BOSTON
Central Railroad o! Georgia.
SUMMER EXCURSION TICKETS
Now on sale at reduced rates. Good to
return until October :11st, 1880.
.Magnificent Steamers nnd elegant ser
vice. Free trom the heat and dust incident
to ail-rail routes. If jou\nrc sick the trip
will invigorate nnd build you up. Go east
by sea nnd you'll never regret it.
Passengers, before purchasing tickets via
other routes, would do well to inquire first
of the merits of the. Route via Savannah.
Further information may he had by apply
ing to the Agent nt your station, or to
M. S.BELKNAP, \V. F. SI1ELLMAN,
General Manager. Traffic Manager,
E. T. CHARLTON. CLYDE BOSTICK,
Gen. Pass. Agent. Trav. Pass. Agt.,
FROM ALL PRINCIPAL POINTS IN
THEfSOUTU TO CHICAGO AND
wo through express trains dally, with Pull
man Palaco Buffet Sleeping Cars by night,
and Chair Cars by day, betwoen Cln-
clnnattl and Chicago, Indianapo
lis and Chicago, and also be
tween Louisville and
where close con
nections are made for
* 8t. Paul, Fargo, Blsmark, Pol-
land, Omaha, Kansas City, San Francisco
and points Intermediate—
Hew Fast Hail,
Leaving Louisville, Dally except Sunday, at
7 *30 a. m. Cincinnati, Dally, except Sunday,
at 7 :45. Arriving at Chicago nt 6:55.
Tho most rapid service evor attempted be^
tween the Great Commercial Cities on the
Ohio River and Chicago.
hrough Coupon Tickets, Baggage check
ed to destination, and your safety and com
fort provided for, are among the points that
have mado tho
Universally and deservedly popular.
OHN B.GVRSON, Vlco-pres’t and Gen’l Mgr
W. II. McDOEL, Gen’l Traffic Manager,
E. O. MCCORMICK, Gen,l Passenger Agent
r. W. GLADING. Passongor and Freight Agt.,
158 Broad St.. Thomasville Go.
(Opposite Plney Woods Hotel.)
THOMASVILLE, - GA
E. B. WIUddon, Prop.
This liouso, locatcd.In the most deslr-
ublo and central part of the city, is new
nnd complete in every particular, fur
nished In the most elegant manner nnd
provided with all conveniences of mod
ern hotels. Tho menu is perfect, and
tho service rendered by trained nndjpo-
lite servants. Terms roasonablo, and
prices graded according to accommoda
tions furnished. Carriages from tho
liouso meet nil trains.
Fife & Beverly
AND ALL KINDS OF
Mouldings, Turned Scroll Work.
Tho moat ole borato designs will bo faithful
ly and correctly oxecuted. Wo oporate the
best equlppod mills, nnd carry tho largest
stock of so iHuiicd lumber In Soutliorn Geor
gin. Purtl >s wanting lumber wlllsnvo money
by consulting us bofure placing their orders.
FIFE k BEVERLY
We will be glad to make contracts for, or
superintend, all classes of buildings, public
or private, In elthor brick or wood. Will fur
nish plans and specifications If required. If
yoH want nny building done call on us, and
wo will submit estimates whether contract Is
awarded us or not. Wo will guarantee satis
faction in all our work. We refer to the many
buildings erected by as in Thomnsvllle, and
to nil partlos for whom wo have worked.
Shop on Fletclidr st., 2nd door from Broad.
Thomasville, Ga., April 3, 1889.
B. D. PUDGE,
Tin and Hollow Ware,
Gods aiil Sprtii Goods
of ail kimls, and agent for
King’s Powder Co.
This ticw : uml beautiful hotel, elegantly
ELECTRIC BELLS, GAS,
First class in all of its appointments, has
been leased by M. (5. Whitlock, former own
er nnd proprietor of the late
Ilis table and service will sntisfy the most
fastidious. His beds are delightful. Terms
A good large lot,
five room house, nice
Price $1,400; one-
third cash, balance in
one and two years, |t
8 per cent, interest.
This place will be
rented to good ten
ant. Apply to
HEAL ESTATE BROKER,