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The Daily times-enterprise. (Thomasville, Ga.) 1889-1925, August 20, 1889, Image 4

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THE MORTGAGE. We worked through spring am! "inter, through summer and through tall, But the mortgage worked the banket and the steadiest of them nil; It worked on nights and Sundays, it worked encli holiday; It settled down among us, and it never went away. Whatever we kept from it seemed almost as bad as theft; It watched ns every minute, and it ruled us right and lett. Tit- rust and blight were with lissome times, and sometimes not; The dark-browed, scowling mortgage, was forever on the spot. The weevil and the cutworm, they went as well as came; The mortgage stnyed forever, eating hearty nil the same. It nailed up every window, stood guard at every door. And happiness and sunshine made their place with us no more. Till, with failing crops and sickness, we got stalled upon the grade, And there came a day upon us " hen the interest wasn't paid: And there came a sharp foreclosure, and 1 kind o' lost my hold. And grew weary and discouraged, and the farm was cheaply sold. Anjl the children left and scattered, when they hardly yet were grown; My wife she pined and perished, and I found myself alone. What she died of was a “mystery, and the doctors never knew; But 1 knew.she. died of mortgage—just as well’s l wanted to. If to trace a hidden sorrow were within the doctor's art, They’d found a mortgage lying on that poor woman’s heart. Worm or beetle, drought or tempest, on far mer's land may fall, But for first-class ruination, trust a mort gage 'gainst them all. —Will Carleton. Too True. The more a newspaper man exerts his ability to please a whimpering public, the more good lie docs for a town, the more charitable lie becomes, the more lie is criticized. Speaking of this a writer said: “The man who cau run a newspaper without being Criticized^ censured and threatened has never been found, lie has a barren ideality, beautiful to think about, but incapable of taking on mortality and associating with vulgar humanity. It is as impossible for him to please everybody as it is for everybody to please him, and the sooner lie makes up his mind to this stubborn fact the better for every body 'concerned. If lie works hard for public good, he receives private censure; if he compliments merit, he is censured by jealous do merits; if he approves morality, he is curscd|hy immorality; if he tries to he fair, he is censured by the unfair; it he makes a mistake, few are found to overlook or apologize for him. No matter how good his motives may be, how innocent his purpose or how studied his writings, he is picked to pieces, misrepresented, maligned, ridiculed, sometimes linked and sel dom ever defended. lie works from twelve to fifteen hours a day for a hare living, while other men get rich around him. He works up a mar riage notice many yards long to til? cjuccu’s taste for nothing, and is threat cned with a libel suit or a duel if he records a drunken spree of the groom six months afterwards. Yes, it 'is impossible, we repeat, for a newspaper man to please everybody. As well attempt to chain the wind or stop the furious lightning.—Kx. A Good Man. “There,” said a neighbor, pointing to a village carpenter, “there is a man who has done more good, I really be lieve in this community than any other person who ever lived in it. lie cannot talk very much in public, and he does not try. lie is not worth 82,000, and it is very little lie can put dowu on subscription papers. But a new family never moves into the village that he does not find them a welcome and offer them some service. He is on the lookout to find strangers a scat in his pew at church. lie is always ready to watchwith a sick neigh bor and look after bis affairs for him. i believe he and his wife keep house plants in winter nmiuly that they may be able *to send little bouquets to friends and invalids, lie finds time for a pleasant word to every eliili^he meets and you’ll always see them climb ing into his one horse wa on when he has no other load. He has a genius for helping folks and does one good to meet him in the streets.--.St, Louis Globe Democrat. Dr. Talmagc tells us that during the afternoon of the Johnstown disas ter Kbmebody heard an iufidcl pray as follows: “OGod, if yon can give me any oid at this time I will he very much obliged to you.” IIEAI/MIFUE, EXERCISE. Only a few months ago these romplns, rosy- checked lasses were puny, delicate, pale, slcKly pirls. By the aid of I)r. Pierce’s world-famed Favorite Proscription, they have blossomed out into beautiful, plump, hale, hearty, strong young women. “Favorite Prescription” is an invigorating, restorative tonic and as a regulator and pro moter of functional action at that critical period of change from girlhood to woman hood, it is a perfectly safe remedial agent, and can produce only good results. It is care fully compounded, by an experienced and skillful physician, and adapted to woman’s delicate organization. Tt. is purely vegetable in its Composition and perfectly barmless in any condition of the system. It imparts strength to the whole system. For over worked, “ worn-out,” “run-down,” debilitated teachers, milliners, dressmakers, seamstresses, “shop-girls,” housekeepers, nursing mothers, and feeble women generally, Dr. Pierce’s Favorite Prescription is the greatest earthly boon, being unequnled as an appetizing cor dial and restorative tonic. It is the only medicine for women, sold by druggists, under n positive intarantcc from the manufacturers, that it will give satisfaction in every case, or monev will be refunded. This guarantee has been‘faithfully carried out for many years. Copyright, 1888, by World's Dis. Med. Ass’n. $300 OFFERED by the manufactur ers of Dr. Sage’s Catarrh Remedy, for an incurable ease of Catarrh m the Head. Florida Central —AND- Peninsiila Railroad. Formerly the F’. It. A- IV, Co. Standard Time Used—June 2,1889. a J 7 | sur ridiiLN mvYsioN j s j i 5<jO p 1005 a bv 7 00 P 1145 a bv 11:10 p 1127 a bv a:io p 12 12 p bv 1*25 p 1 27 p Ar <»55p! 1 42 p Al- 10 ISO P .2 27 !• Ar ll 20 a n02p.\r Hawtho 1 10 a 4 20 p Ar a 50 a 5 42 p Ar 5 10 A 010 p Ar G 1)3 a G 10 p Ar V 12a 822pAr ■*si r ~"i ^ Ocala Wildwood Leesburg . LitVI Ar 1 Sip 0-IOa AI-12 42 P 5 0()a Ar, 11 58n a 55 a Ar II 28a 5 50 a ArlO .' 2 a 2 50 a Ar 10 2:ia 2 00 a Ar 007 p 12 01 p ^ 20 p Ar 7 00 r : g on .1 12 < • Lv Jacksonville Ar bv Wildwood \r Ar ranasoiTkee Ar Ar HuiiilcrvlIIo Ar ArSL Catherine A r ; A r rheo Ar i 00 p P» 110 p 11 45 p . 4 00 p | Ll 1 CLDAU KLY 1HV. »| U | 21 7 00 \» 1145 ft bv Jacksonville Ar 150 \\ G10 a G 00 a I 4 10 p bv Waldo ArlO 05 p Glop 5 lo a 1 55 p Ar Gainesville Ar 9 40 a -o0 p ltuii! .'iisi'.'r Archer I,v : asalii'l 1 I G 12 p Ar Bronson Ar 7 48a ^ J A r Cedar Key Lvi5 30u| o' | 1 I WESTON DIVISION | 2 | ! ■ fob Ff7 in ft! IA Jacksonville Ar 3 20 p' 2 157* h05 p 800a!Ar Baldwin Ar 255 p 1 4Gp 10 40 p o 5G ft Ar Lake City Ar 1 08 p 11 22 ft i l 5s p lo 27 ft A r I.lvoOik Arl22:;p 055a 1 04 all 28 a A i* Madison Aril 15 a Hbn 4 to a] 12 52 p. Ay Monllcello LvloOOa 5 25a y _kj 4 00 pi AI Biver J une. Lv, 8 00 a 12 ll 1 2,7, H, 9.10,13,11 Dally. G2, and G3 Daily. l, 25. 24, Dally, except Sunday. 30 Dally except Sunday. 51 Daily *8 45 p 1 50 a Lv JaiksouvilleJ Ars5t)a-GO0 1005 p GOO ft Ar Fernandlna Lv 7 15 a-4 50 KJ 5 and G dally, except Sunday. G0;and Cl Sundays only. 7 15 a. m., New Orleans Express. Shortest ami quickest lino to all Middle and \\est Florida points, Pensacola, Mobile and New Orleans. 7 :15 a. m. an 1 7:50 p. in. trainsv.n- nect $irough to Thomasvllle, Montgomery, Nashville, St. Louis. Cincinnati. Chicago, ami all points North and West. Arrive at 2:45 p. in. and 5.15 p. in. 11:15 p. III. Mail and Express for all points South, Gainesville, Ocpla, Leesburg, Taveres, Apopka, Orlando, PanasoiTkee (St. Catharine) DihIv City, Hunt city. Arrives lit 1 :MMi 7 :00 n. m. Local, connects through for all points South, Ocala, Gainesville, l^esburg, Tavares, Orlando, Tarp n Springs, Snuthor- liind, St. Petersburg, and Tampa. Arrives at »:1U ft > F.xpi city Via Fernaudlna! connecting with Sir. City of Brunswick, for Brunswick. Macon, Atlanta and all points North and West. D. E. MAXWELL, A. O MACDONELL, Gen. Manager. G. P. k T. A. ,1. w BE1D. Agent at Thomasvlllo. Ga. fresh meats. \\W will I;Ill'll, Monthly, April 1-t, :it tin- iiluve hiti-ly ocriii'iril >>y Mr. 1’. II. Homo it line stock uH'rosh incuts, lin t', Mutton ami Pork. Our incuts nrc from irar own farms, hit, juicy ami .sweet. c will in- u 1 n 1 1 to rei vin' .tour ]uitron;»oc nail will servo von with the cst meats at (lie low est jnissililr- pi in s. F. P. Hoax & lino ii.»o «. ....Cumberland Ib< poets at Fernaudlna with . Brunswick, dally, for Brunswick, Mu. ... ... Inula, Chultanooga, Louisville, <’Jnrlnnatl St. Louis and Chicago. Arrives 1 :•»»* j». m. 4:30n. ni. Fernaudlna Mail and Lx press, daily, connecting Tuesday and Friday with Str. St. Nicholas for Savannah and way laud* lngH. Thursday with Mallory Steamers f«u New York. Arrive* 8:30a. m. Kunday train loaves Jacksonville 8:15 a. m. This new service gives perfect connections at Baldw in for all points North ami A\est, ' Callahan to all points North, Last and " 1 DISCOVERY. Only Crinilne hyatcni of Memory Training. Four Hooka Learned in atm rending. Mind wandering cured. Ornery child and ndnlt areally lienellftcd* Inducements to C')rri<2p<ra<l«ncu Cbuse*. Profipcct'is, with opinions of Dr. Wm. A. llnm. mond, ttio w trltl fa-n 'l :tn Mind DisnaM^ Duiiirl l.rcenfio. i Ttinr.ip.on. tho Kiwi Psychol 4. ill. linchley, i».i>.,« litorof tho hnttfan AdvaeoU. S. Itietmrd Prortor* the Heientiaq lions. \V. W. A*t«r, .1 nd«e Gitfion, Judah I*. «. V. I M P O It T A N T PEAR GROWERS & SHIPPERS, j Consolidate ymir Shipments lo Houses who have Standing and Ability. After careful investigation I have connect* oil myself with the following reliable houses: \V. I.. Snyder. John Stout and Win . 0 imble & Now York, Rodlicbl & Son. I’hilmlel- phia, Bemiell, l»i\nil »t Go. Jloston. The above bouses will a«: m concert and imleavor •<» hold the markets up. I will re main in Now York during I he shipping sea son, and give- mi personal attention to the business. Receive daily quotations from each of the maikets, and wire to the Times-Knlcr- prise for publication. When your shipment: kets. catte od it tends to break down the i Rospectfully, Jo.S. S. XlM’.TON, Ollice :»2'J Washington > New York. PIKE'S SON, Commission Merchant, — \tnl Dwler In — Foreign and Domestic Fruits, Florida & Georgia Fruits & Vegetables A SPECIALTY. Its IM ;:K I'b/lf E, NEW YORK. Melons and LeConte Pears Solicited. Represeii:'• 1 in Tliomasvillc by A. ^C' Brown au-l Johji W. Mitchell WANTED, 500 Cars V/stermelons, 5000 Oasketsnf Early Fruits, For wliieli 1 w ill pay highest market price in cash, or sell on commission, and I will pay a reward of 8'jr> to the person shipping me tin* car of the largest melons this season. This reward is over and above the market price of said car when received. A. 1\ RICKETS Wlwbale Fruit anti Produce Dealer Clialtunoogsi, Tenn. fj K-dercmv: People's Bank and other hanks hen-, ;iU. I,’. (I. I »n n A Co., and I lie wholesale merehatils of ibis eilv generally. (icnrui! Oiiiit, Ambrose Oli\it, i. I’. Cowper. Olivit Brothers, Commission Merchants, Melons and Pears Specialties. .‘535 Washington St., NEW YORK. Reference: North River Bark.J William Halley & Go., JMH >VH T< IK COMMISSION - MERGHKHTS. Melons a Specialty. 007 WEST STREET, \i:w YORK. Ib ierene'’: New York (’ounly National Bank. dAw’jm Hunt Sc Voorhees, 179 READE ST. ? N. Y„ t'(miuiisK30ii Siodm Soutliern Fruit and Produce- I’tiiticitlttr uttontina to tlic uf pcacht*. ]ii-ai-s ami Suit'.- ninirtcl ilnily ttn.l ntunis j; fo 111 tl_» lull'll'. Jaroli T. Ili'inifil. Jvffli 1 Thom, BEfflETT & THORN, iPBODTTOE Commission Merchants, No. 30i North Front St„ Philadelphia, - Pa. (»-I l-2m IvSTAK LINK bl) I VIS. IS. 3S. WOODWARD, GKNEHAL Commission Merchant, Melons ami Pears Specialties. 171 1 LAMllKliS ST., NIAV YOUli. G-2G «lKs\v 2lil Bennett & ETall, n 1881 O N U r: 111' IIA NTH, Fruits and Produce. Melons and Pears siT*:ciAi:m:s. No. 101 \V LIST S'L’JiEKT NKW YORK.! omnnm, By shipping year Green and Dried Fruits, Melons VEGETABLES, Ur anything you may have, to us. We h a very large trade in the ai»ovc articles, ; can place j our shipments to as good udvanl- ag *. as any house on the market. We itiviti correspondence from all parlies having any thing in our line to ship. Sl.M.MEBS, MUR BISOX k Co., Commission Merchants, 17 I South Water Street, Chicago, Illinois, Reference: MetropolitanA'at. Bank, d.vw WALTER S. HILL, — FOB THE SALK OF— Southern Fruits 3 VEGETABLES, LeConte Pears ajid Melons a Specially. 200 DIANE NT,. NKYV YORK. References: Irving National Bank, N. V.; Fruit ('.rowers’ National Bank, Smyrna, Del. Represented in Tliomasvillc by A. ('. Brown. PROFESSIONAL GAUDS. W. C. SNODGRASS. B. F. HAWKINS gNOD(ilL\SS & HAWKINS, Attorncys-at-Law. IJI M Mel NOl’Sl-I, Physician A Surgeon, Thoiyasvillo, Georgia. (jrfi^OFFK-K over Stark’s, corner Broad ami Fletcher Streets. .r< >T:L a. cuyle. RJENTINT THOMASVILLE, GEORGIA. (Ii riri:. lirna.l St.. i.Tcr.rii-k.'tfs. g 'J. M< IJCNDON, Attorncy-at-L;nv, Prompt attention given to all bu trusted to him. Ollice over Watt’s store, coiner li Jackson streets. • II. COVI.K, I). I). S., J. Resident Dentist, Thomasvlllo, • - • Georgia. Offers Ids services to tit citizens of Tiii.ui* asvilln and vicinity. Ofllco hours—From *.» a. m. to l j>. m., and from 2 to 5 p. m. Ofllco—On Jackson street. W. D. MITCH Kbb, It. C. MITCHELL. ■ITCIIEU. & M1TCIIE1,! . M' Attorneys-nt-bjiw, Thomasvllh', * - Gcrgle. w. niaci:,, m. d. Office, up-stair,s. Coiner of Broad and Fletcher streets, [ai lo*’85*5lyl T. S. DKK1.1C, M. D., Office in Haves IJuildiifg. If UII.1 Hub >5 for night Residence—Corner c* lle nolift street. Telephone rommunlcatl N. S. Saves, CONTRACTOR and BUILDER Thomasvlllo, Georgia, I will ho glad to make coattaels 1«>l the construction of all classes of buildings, pub lic and private, In either brick or wood. I will guarantoo in every inslanco to give satisfaction. Designs and plans drawn and careful estimates made. My Motto—Good, honest work at fair prices. If you want any building d*»no call on me. 1 will submit estimates whether contract Is awarded mo or not. I refer to the many public buildings erected by BY FAR TIEE ROUTES —TO— HEW YORK OR BOSTON —IS VIA— SAVANNAH —a xi) Tin:— OCEANSTEAMSHIP:-: LINE Central Railroad of Georgia, SUMMER EXCURSION TICKETS Now on sale at reduced rates. Good to return until October Jlst, 1881). 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 and build you up. (io east by sea and 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 at your station, or to M. S.IJELKNAP, W. F.SIIKLLMAN, (leneral Manager. Traffic Manager E. T.CHARLTON, CLYDE BOSTICK, Gen. Pass. Agent. Trav. Pass, Agt., Savannah Ga. AND MOST Direct Route! FROM ALL PRINCIPAL POINTS IN TIIDTSOirm TO CHICAGO AND THE NORTHWEST. wo through oxpreos trains dally, with Pull man Palace Buffet Sloe ping Oars by night, and Chair Cars by day, between Cin- elunatU and Chicago, Indianapo lis and Chicago, and also be* tween Louisville and Chicago, where close con. unctions nro made forg St. Paul, Fargo, Blsmnrk, Tol land, Omaha, Kansas City, San Francisco and points Intermediate— Ngw Fast Mail, Leaving Louisville, Dallycxcept Sunday, at 7 *30 a. m. CIncIniiftttt, Daily, except Suuday at 7 :45. Arriving at Chicago ut G :33. Tho most rapid sorvleo ever attempted be tween the Great Commercial Cities on the Ohio Biver and Chicago. gfir'l hrough Coupon Tickets, Baggage check ed to destinat ion, and your safety and com fort provided for, are among tho points that have made tho w MOETOM ROUTE Universally and deservedly popular. OIIN B.CARSON, Vieo-pros’t and Oon’l Mgr W. II. McDOEL, Gen’l Traffic Manager, E. O. McCOItMlCK, Gcn.l Passenger Agent- It. W. GLADING. Passenger and Freight Agt., 158 Broad St., Thomasvlllo Ga. Wliiddon House (Opposite Pluey Woods Hotel.) ■ TIIO.MASVII.LK, - GA E. B. Wliiddon, Prop. This iiDitso, loctifi <1 In Hie most ch’sir- nljlo ami ri'iitral part of the city, is new ami conipli to lit overy particular. Fur nished in the most elegant mannermul provided with all conveniences of mod ern lintels. The menu is perfect, and tho service rendered by IrninciJ and.po- 1 i to servants. Terms reasonable, and prices graded according to accommoda tions furnished. Carriages front the house meet all trains. dcrPl-ly Fife & Beverly MEIGS, GEORGIA. -- pHALF.US IN General Mercliandi v d AND AI.L KINDS Or Builders’ ft applies, Lumber, etc. Wo urn pivjiarod to furnish anything w in od In tho Lraiimn LINK, Wo make a spockrlt Mouldings, Turned Scroll Work. Tho inoHtob'horato designs will bo faithful Iy and correctly executed. Wo oporato tho best equipped mills, and carry tho largest stock of so isoiiod lumber iu Southern Ge«rr gla. Parti js wanting lumber wlllsavo lnom^r by consulting us beforo placing their orders, FIFE Ac BEVERLY ill & Leif Contractors & Builders TIIOMASVILT.E, GA. We will bo glad to make contracts for, or supcrlntt-ml, ail classes of buildings, public or private, in either brick or wood. Will fur nish plans and specifications If required. If you want any .building done call on us, and wo will submit estimates whothor contract is awarded us or not. Ns’o will guarantee satis faction in all our work. We refer to tho many buildings erected by us In Thomaavlllo, and b* all partlos for whom wo have worked. Shop on Fletcher st., 2nd door from Broad. Thomasvlllo, Ga., April 3,1889. B. D. FUDGE, THOMAS'VILLE, GA., DEALER IN HARDWARE Stoves, Iron, Tin and Hollow Ware, Gnus and MU his of ail kinds, ami [agent I'm- King’s Powder Co. p tl'J’Utftu MU SSTATE AGI \T, OFFICE IN MITCHELL HOUSE BLOCK. . Oily ami Cun itrj I'rupcrli lor Sale. 1IOUSKS KK NTKI > \ mi Tuxes i*t in. LOANS) NEGOTIA fED. Bring me a description oi your property THE PUBLIC SkouldEnow 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 l£t, should call and see me. All wishing any thing in that line can find what they want at my office. ELI M. MALLETTE. lE Mil Five room cottage on Love street, at $12.50 per month. . Six room house on Lower Broad street, where Mr. H. Wolif now lives, from Sept.l, at §20.00 a month. Four room tenement, on Cal houn street, near Broad street, at $5 per month, Large new house on Jetier- son street, at §2*5 per month. Furnished rooms on Jack son st., near business blocks. Upstais of house on Calhoun street. Unfurnished rooms in Bry ant house, ou Jackson st, be yond railroad. Furnished house in East End, 5 rooms besides dining room and kitchen, at $50 per month. REAL ESTATE BROKER, Tlumiasville. Ooof'ia