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The Daily times-enterprise. (Thomasville, Ga.) 1889-1925, August 11, 1889, Image 4

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m GEN. H R. JACKSON S TOAST. A Stirring Scene When theAugusta Ar»c- nalWas Taken. Speaking of tlie capture of the UnitcJ States arsenal in that city immediately after the secession of Georgia, the Augusta Chronicle says: Governor Brown was in Milledge* villa On the twenty-first day of Jan uary lie affixed his hand and great seal to the secession ordiancc. On the morning of the twenty-second he came to Augusta. He had decided that the flag ultl-t come down. Few people outside of the official circle knew exactly what the presence of Governor Brown meant in this city. It was given out that there was to a grand military review of the state mfitin. In the midst of a driving rain the different commands were muster ed in their armories and marched to the Planters Hotel. The troops were addressed by Governor Brown in stir ring terms. On account of the in clement weather they were dismissed until next day. The knowing ones on the inside, however, knew that Gov. Brown’s mission meant something more than a dress parade. In fact, Col. Henry R. JaeksoD.aidc de camp, of the Gov ernor, had already been dispatched to the United States arsenal with a note to Captain Arnold Elzcv, of the Second United States artillery,com mandant. This paper stated that Gcorgia^had resumed sovereignty over her soil, and that the Captain would be required to withdraw his troops beyond the limits of the State, as their retention was an act of hostility. Governor Brown added that while he desired to “cultivate amicable rela tions with the United States govern ment” he proposed to take charge of the arsenal himself. Captain Elzey refused peremptorily to surrender. Things now looked squally. Orders were issued lo the local militrry. Volunteers were ordered out. The Clinch Rifles responded witli SO men; Oglethorpe Infantry 90 'men ; The Irish Volunteers,Montgomery Guaads, Washington Artillery, Richmond Hus sars, Minute Men—companies A and B—showed lip in full fighting feather. Full detachments of militia, Burke Sharp Shooters and i’iney Woods Rangers were here. All told, nearly 1,000luen gathered under arms. Gen. Robert Y. Harris had general charge of the troops and the prospect for a battle was imminent. All that day Augusta was “in the saddle.” Couriers dashed about tbc streets, nud Gov, Brown remained quietly in his headquarters at the Planters Hotel. It was known that Captain F.l/.y had communicated with the author ities in Washington. It was midnight before the answer come. The Secre tary of War, Mr. Holt, regarded the Governor’s action as “harsh and premptory.” lie advised Capt. Elzey that if obliged to surrender by vio lence or starvation to stipulate for honorable terms. On the morningof the twenty-fourth, the troops were just about to march upon the arsenal, when a communica tion was received from Capt. Elzey. This officer asked for an interview with his excellency the Governor. The commands were carried hack to the barracks and hehl to await dcvel- opements. At lb A. M. Governor Brown, Gen. Harris, Col. Henry R. Jacksou, Col. W. H. T. Walker, and other members of the staff rode to the arsenal. There it was stipulated that the United States Hag should be lowered aud saluted; the property was receipted for, the United States troops to march out with military honors and given passage to New York. Out came the guns from their dead ly posture l>chiud the barracks. Thirty-three times ili<T their brazen throats salute the late Union of thirty- three States The interval before the last gun was a little longer than the others, and in that portentious pause the stars and stripes dropped like a riven sail in the face of a gathering storm. It was a painful lioui. There were old soldiers who had followed that tlag through the Mexican war ami had never seen it lowered. Springing to the front, Col. Henry It. Jackson offered a sentiment which arose in spite of himself: “The Stars and Stri|>es! may it never he disgraced while it floats over a true southern patriot.” Refreshments were served by Capt. Elzey, aud in the midst of a pleasant and gallant exchange of civilities, up went the jaunty .State flag—a white field with a single red star—emblem of the sovereignty of Georgia. l»oor, unfortunate Batrachian! In wliat a sa'l plight h«* must have boon. Ami yet big misfortune was one that often befalls singers* Many n once tunef ul voice among those who belong to the “genus homo ” is utterly spoilud by “cold in the head,”or on the lungs, or both combined. For tin* above mentioned “ eroak- we are not aware that any remedy was • devised; but we rejoice to know that, all human singers may keep their heads clear and throats in tu.ic by the timely Catarrh Hemedy and Dr. Pie ieal Disc druggists. of Dr. Sage’s ’s («olden Mod- bofh of which are sold by I)r. Sage’s Catarrh Itemedy cures the worst cases of Catarrh in the Head, no matter of liow long standing, while for all laryngeal, bronchial, throat and lung affections, Dr. Pierce’s Holden Medical Discovery is posi tively Iineqimled. If ernes the worst linger ing coughs and builds up the llesh and strength of those who have been reduced by wasting diseases. It is guaranteed Ap benefit or euro in all diseases for which it is recommended, if taken in time and given a fuir trial, or money paid tor it refunded. Copyright, lass, by World’s Drs. Med. ass’n. Dr. PIERCE’S PELLETS regulate and cleanse the liver, stomach and bowels. They are purely vegetable and per fectly harmless. One a Dose, bold by druggists. lift cents a vial. Florida Central —AND— Peninsula Railroad. Formerly the F. It. A’ IV, Co. Stani)arn Time Useu—June 2,1 SS9. 5 00 j> 1005 a Lv 7 00 p 1145 a Lv f, :><) p 11 27 a LV 8 30 p 12 42 p Lv i'25 p 1 27 p Ar y 55 p 112 p ai- 10 au p .‘227 p Ar 11 30 “ 1 10 Waldo 302 p Ar Ilawlh 4 20 p Ar 5 42 p Ar r, 10 p Ar (140 p Ar Ocala Wildw 1 Leesburg 1 • Ar 1 5.1 p At • 1212p Ar 11 58 a Ar II 28 a A r, 10 52 a Ar 10 23a Orlando k Division Jl_\_ J_ 7 00 a Lv Jacksonville Ar G00 a Lv Wildwood Ar G 40 a ' Ar I’anasolTkeo Ar 7 jo a Ar Sumtervillo Ar 1 s 25 u ArSt. Catlierluo Ar y ;io a j Ar Laeoochco Ar 0 25 a . r Dado City Ar _» 05 p „Ar l’lant City Lv 23 | 13 1~~CEPAU ELY DIV. j 14 | 7 00~v> 114"' a Lv Jacksonville Ar 150 p 5 00 » 4 10 p Lv Waldo A r 10 35 p 5 10 V 4 53 p Ar Gainesville Ar 910 u 0 45 i 5 42 p Ar Archer Lv 8 25 a I o 12 p At* Bronson Ari 7 48 a ] Jh Ar Cedar Key Lv! 5 30 a y I j WKSTKKN DIVISION ! 2 I 3 10 p 2 30 p 12 15 p ,. viLvJackso.. p 8 00a Ar Baldwin p y;ie.a Ar Lake City . ir!l0 27 a A r LlvoOak a ll 28a, A r Madison a 12 52 p Ar Montlcello ii 2 02 p Ar Tallahassee a! 3 03p Ar liuiney a ! 1 00 p -Arltlver June. I • ' > 2 15 p ' H«l' 11 22 a ,2, 7, 8, 9, 10, 13, 11 Daily. >2, and 03 Dull*. I, 4, 23, 24, Dally, except Sunday. iO Dally except Sunday. 31 Dally •inlay. :ept . EK NAN DINA AND 10 | f, J JACKSONVILLE imANUH | | 45 d-1 30 a Lv JacksonvUloJ Ar_s50a-ti 05 p-GOO a Ar Fornaiidlna Lv7 1.»a-4 5 and G dally, except Sunday. «K)>nd 01 indays only. 7 15 a. in., New Orleans Express. Slim ni quickest line to all Middle and orlda points, Pensacola, Mobile and New •leans. 7:15 a. m. an 17:30 p. in. trains, on- *et Sirough to Thomasville, Montgomery, iislivillo, St. Louis. Cincinnati. Chicago, and 1 points North and West. Arrive at 2:’ .and 3.45 p.m. 11:45 p. in. Mail and Express for all points »uth, Gainesville, Ocala, Leesburg, Tuvi noika. Orlando, PanasoiTkee (St. Catnai tdc City, Plant City. Arrives at 1:50 j 7 :00 p. in. Loeal, connects tlirougli for all •lilts South, Ocala, Gainesville, Leesburg, ivares, Orlando, Tarpm Springs, Koiitln ml, St. Petersburg, and Tampa. \i rives 10 a. in, 11:45 a. ni. Cumberland Route Express, e. -els at iVrnandlna with steamer City runswlek, dally, for Brunswick, Mac.-n, „ta, Chattanooga, Louisville, Cincinnati i. Louis and Chicago. Arrives 1:50 p. i 4-30p. ni. Fernandlna Mali and il'lv, connecting Tuesday and Friday with r. St. Nicholas fur Savannah and way land* IBS, Thursday with Mallory Steamers for ew York. Arrives 8:50a. m. Sunday trail aves Jacksonville 8:45 a. in. This new service gives perfect connections Baldwin for all points North and West, Via Utahan to all points North, East and West, la Fernandlna, connecting with Sir. City of runswlek, for Brunswick, Macon, Atlanta id nil points North and West. D. E. MAXWELL, A.O MAcDONELL, Gen. Manager. G. P. k T. A. J. W UE1D. Agent at Thomasville, Ga. FRESH MEATS. \’c will open. Monday, April 1st, at the re lately occupied by Mr. 1*. H* Hone ie stock of fresh meat*. Dcef, Mutton and k. lur meats are from our own farms, fat, •y and sweet. We " ill he glad to receive ir patronage and will serve you with the t meats at the lowest possible prices. F. I\ Holts k H»o ELDER HOUSE, Indian Spring, Ga. W. A. ELDER^Proprietor, SEAS0NJ3F 1889. For rates, analysis of water ami infor mation, aiMivsfs 0 10 tf E. A. Elder' Manger. I INI P O R T ANT PEAR GROWERS & SHIPPERS. Coiisoliilalt’ \oiir Shipments lo Houses wlm have Slamling andAbilily. flcr careful investigation I have connect* nvself with the following reliable houses: \V. b'. buv.h r. .lolui Stout and Win. Giinble A To Ne’u Voik, lu’dliid.l k Son. Philadel phia, Dennett, Kami A Cu.Uinsiou. The above houses will at” m concert and micavor t«» hold the markets up. I will re* mi in in New .York during the shipp 1“‘» of the maid: jirisc for puldi attention to the i|nota(ioiD o the Times-Miiter* When your shipments , d it tends to break down the mar* ct fully, Jos. S. Norton, Ollice .‘‘.29 Washington SI., New York. JOSEPH PIKE’S SON, Commission Merchant, — \n.| llralrr In — Foreign and Domestic Fruits, Florida & Georgia Fruits & Vegetables A SPECIALTY. !IS |M It 14 I'bAtE. NEW YORK. Melons and LeGonfe Pears Solicited, Koprcjen;”.| in Thomasville by A. C. Hrown and John W. Mitchell WANTED, 500 Cars Watermelons, 5000 Baskets of Early Fruits, For’whie!i I will pay highest market price in cash, or .-”1! on commission, ami I will pay a reward »f S'2'> to the person shipping me tin’ car <>l t 1m- largest melons this season. This reward is over and above the market price of said ear when received. A. I*. JMCKETS Wholesale Fruit and Produce Dealer, Clialtanoogii, Tcnn. Uef.’iviic : |*. ople’s Bank nud other banks |i«*re: also K. H. Dun k Co., and the wholesale merchants of this city generally., Ambrose, J. I’. Co»|>tr. Olivit Brothers, Commission Merchants, Melons anti Pears Specialties. Washington St., NEW YORK. Reference: North River Dark.’ William Halley & Co., ns >nr< ■ k COMISSION - MERCHMtTS. Melons a Specialty. 11)7 WEST STREET, MCW VOICK. Uitcrcnce; New York County National I Sunk. ’ ' Hunt &. Voorhees, 179 READE ST., N. Y., C’oiiiinission Dealers Southern Fruit and Produce- I’iiilic.ilar altenLion pai.l to the sale of peaclies, pears ami melons. Sales reporLeil Gaily ami returus promptly lnmle. Iamb T. I.enueil. Je'-epli \\. fiioru, BENNETT & THORN, PRODUCE Commission Merchants, No. 302 North Front St., Philadelphia, - Pa. (i-ll-2m KMTAUi.iMiii-:n ls:w. E. 15. WOODWARD, Ci KNKKAL Commission Merchant, Melons and Pears Spceiallics. in < MIAMIIHltS ST.. NKW VORli. G-2G dAw 2m I jeiiiiot t & flail, (o.iiaisNiu.v .ti i: in' ii vm*», Fruits and Produce. Melons and Pears SI’KCIALTIKS. No. 101 W KST STREET. NEW YORK. — Ry .'hipping ycur Green and Dried Fruits, Melons VEGETABLES, Or anything you may have, to u?. We have a very large trade in the above articles, and can place your .shipments tons good advant age as any house on the market. Wc invite correspondence from all parties having any thing in our line to ship. SI MMERS, MORRISn.V k CO., Coni mission Merchants, 1 7 1 South Water Street, Chicago, Illinois. Reference: Metropolitan Nat. Rank. d.vw Member**! the Merenntlle Exchange, New York, Produce exchange, Philadelphia. WALTER S. HIM,, Produce Commiuion Merchant, THE PEST AND MOST Direct Route! FROM ALL PRINCIPAL POINTS IN TTIK^SOUTH TO CHICAGO ANJ) THE NORTHWEST. Wo through exprepa trains dally, with Pull man Palaco Buffet Bleeping Cara by night, and Clialr Cars by day, between Cin cinnati! and Chicago, Indianapo lis and Chicago, and also bo twoon Louisville and Chicago, where close con* noctlons arc rnado for Si. Paul, Fargo, Blsmark, F*»l- land, Omaha, Kansas City, San Francisco and points Intermediate— — Foil THi; SALE OF— Southern Fruits 5 VEGETABLES, LcCoiitc Pears and Melons a Specially. 200 Dir AN K NT,. NEW YORK. Kt-Irn-iuTs: Ir\ i11Naliitiml Ikitik, N. \ J-'ruit Hi-owi'iV Nutiuiial iktnk, ^niyniii. Ht-1. in Tlmiim.-vilkMiy A. llrown. I’liOFKSSU )X A I, CAT!OS. W. ('. 8NOUOHASS. u. F. HAWKISH gXOIXil.'ASS A II A W’KIXS, Attorncys-at-L;iw. Offlco. r-rm.-rl> .-uj.l.-.l l.y Knt.-ii-ri:-u .-t- IJl M. MrlXOTSl-I, Pliysicinn A Snrgoon, Thomasville, Georgia. nrOFFK K over Stark’s, corner Broad and Fletcher St r* i t s. J^IJ. .loKL li. CUYLE. DENTIST THOMASVILLE, GEORGIA. OKFICK. Ilroa.l'Sl.. ..v.-rll’ii-k.-ll’s. S. 11. Mi I.ENDON, Attorncy-at-L;iw, Prompt ;itti’iiti«*ii trusted t** him. Cilice —Over Watt’.* Jackson streets. t** all business cn- , comer Broad anil J II. COYLE, n. I). s„ Resident Dentist, Thomasville. • - • Gen-gin. Offers his services to tn cilteciisof Thom- asville and vicinity. Ofllco hours—From Da. m. to 1 p. in., and from2 to 5 p. m. Ofllco—On Jackson street. W. 1). MITCH ELI* I*. G. MlTCIIKl.L. •^•lTCMKLL & MITCHELL, Atturneys-at-Jiiiw, Thomasville, • • Gcrgla. W. lilll'CE,, M. li. Office, up-stairs. T. S. DKKLK, M. I)., Office in Hayes Buildiiij r College avenue and M; Residence u*dla street. Telephone communication, No. 25 for night calls. N. S. Baires, CONTRACTOR and BUILDER Thomasvillo, Georgia, I will bo glad to make contracts f<»i the c«*iiHtructl*»n «>f all classes of buildings, pub lic and private, in either brick or w*»*>d. I will guarantee in every Inst.inco t<i 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 mo. I.will submit estimates whether contract Is* awarded mo or not. 1 refer to the many public buildings erected by lim In Thomasville and elsewhere, and all parties for whom I have worked ■ BY FAR THE ROUTE —TO— Niff YORK OR BOSTON — IS VIA— SAVANNAH —and tiik— OCEANSTEAMSHIPLINE —OK TilK— Central Railroad of Georgia. SUMMER EXCURSION TICKETS Now on sale at reduced rates. Hood to return until October .ilst, 188*.). Magnificent Steamers and elegant ser vice. Free from the heat and dust incident to ail-rail routes. If you are sick the trip will invigorate mid build you up. Ho east by sea and you'll never regret it. Passengers, before purchasing tickets via other routes, would do well to impure first of the merits of the Route via Savannah. Further information may be had by apply ing to the Agent at vour station, or to M. S.BELKNAP, ‘ W. F. SIIKLLMAN, (icncral Manager. Traffic Manager E. T.CHARLTON. CLYDE RoSTICK. Gen. Pass. Agent. Trav. Pass, Agt., Savannah Ga. New Fast Mail, Leaving Louisville, Daily except Sunday, at 7 •;«) a. in. Cincinnati!, Dally, oxcopt Sunday at 7 :45. Arriving at Chicago at 0:55. The most rapid service ever attempted bo- tween the Great Commercial Cities ou the 0!il<>River and Chicago, hrough Coupon Tickets, Baggngo check ed to destination, and your safety and com fort provided for, aro among the points that hare made tho MOItfOXtf ROUTE! Universally and deservedly popular. OllN B.CARSON, Vioo-pres’t and Oon’l Mgr tV. II. McDOEL, Gen’l Traffic Manager, E. O. MCCORMICK, Gon.l Passenger Agent- It. w. GLADING. Passenger and Frolght Agt., 158 Broad St.. Thomaavillo Ga. Whiddon House (Opposlto Plnoy Woods Hotel.) THOMASVILLE, - (IA E. B. Whiddon, Prop. This house, locateil in the most desir able uml ceiitrnl part of the city, is new and complete in every particular. Fur nished in the most elegant manner and provided with all conveniences of mod ern hotels. The menu is perfect, and the service rendered by trained andipo- lite servants. Terms reasonable, and [trices graded according to accommoda tions furnished. Carriages from the house meet all trains. dcclO-ly Fife & Beverly MELOS, OEUliOIA. — DUALKKS IN General Merchant!i w a AND ALL KINDS OF Builders’ 8 applies, Lumber, etc. Wn arc prepared t<> furnish anything w m cd In tho LUMBKii Link, Wo make a spociylt Mouldings, Turned Scroll Work. The mi»Ht(di'I)«»rato designs will bo faithful ly and ci/rrcA’tly executed. Wo ni»orato th« best equipped mills, ami carry ttio largest stock of so I8'*ncd lumber In Southern Geor gla. Parti is wanting lumber willsavo money by consulti ng us before placing their orders. FIFE k BEVERLY MM & Leif Contractors & Builders THOMASVILLE, (IA. Wo will bo glad to make contracts for, or superintend, nil classes of buildings, public or private, In either brick or wood. Will fur nish plans and sped flea* ions If required. If you want any building dono call on us, and wo will submit estimate** whether 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 Thoiuusvlllo, and to all parties for whom wo have worked. Shop on Fletcher st., 2nd door from Broad. Thomasville, Ga., April 3, 1880. B. D. FUDGE, THOMASVILLE, GA., DEALER IN HARDWARE Stoves, Iron, Tin and Hollow Ware, Runs ani Sprtii Goods of all kimls, anil {agent for King’s Powder Co. i> tia-ucm The Elmwood, Marietta, Ga. This new and beautiful hotel, elegantly furnished, ELECTRIC BELLS, CAS, irst class in all of its appointments, has ecu leased by M. (i. Whitlock, former own- r aud proprietor of the late “WHITLOCK HOUSE.” Ilis table ami service will satisfy the most fastidious. I [is lieds arc delightful. Terms reasonable. Address, M. OJVV1IITUKJK, Marietta, Ga, THE PUBLIC That I have open ed, at my office on Broad st., an ex change where land lords may find ten ants, and tenants may find landlords. I will undertake to rent any class of real estate, from a negro cabin to the Mitchell House, from an acre patch to a five thousand acre plantation, and to collect the rents. Parties who have vacant rooms or furnished rooms to let, should call and see me. All wishing any thing in that line can find what they want at my office. ELI ffl. MALLETTE. Ins I 1 Rent Five room cottage oil Love, street, at $12.50 per month. Six room house on Lower Broail street, where Mr. H. Woltfnow lives, from Sept. 1, at §20.00 a month. Four room tenement, on Cal houn street, near Broad street, at §5 per month, Large new house on Jeffer son street, at $25 per month. Furnished rooms <>n Jack- son st., near business blocks. Upstais of house on Calhoun street. Unfurnished rooms in Bry ant house, on Jackson st, be yond railroad. Furnished house in East End, 5 f’Gins bcsielcs dining room and kitchen, at $50 per month. REAL ESTATE BROKER. Thomasville. Goocda