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The Daily times-enterprise. (Thomasville, Ga.) 1889-1925, August 21, 1889, Image 4

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Good Alliance Reading. “How can I bear to leave tlice 13 the tune that a mortgage sings to the man who invested in one. If sonic power could be utilized that would swap a man's conceit for his wife’s sense, what an improvement the would be in the man. When a man once gets in debt bis troubles multiply faster than fleas on an old fashioned wooly dog. Hog and hominy when raised at home, discounts the choicest porter house steak and Vienna loaf bought on a credit. You can’t mortgage your crop or farm and keep on good terms with your creditors and family neither can you carry water on both shoul ders. Make a memorandum of the wants of the people, then hunt around for a good man that you can trust with them and then stand by him. Remember that the State Alliance will have to consider the proposition submitted to the States at Meridian. “Will we consolidate or not'!" This question should he discussed in the sub hud county Alliances, and dele gates to the state meeting should be instructed; this course will insure harmony, which is very essential to the future success of the order. The best way to down an unjust combination like the jute bagging trust is not to use the jute; the Birm ingham meeting recommended cotton bagging, and every farmer should fill iu line. Watch out and stop every leak about your farm. With nil abundant harvest in sight, by good manage ment you will be able to say “la ta” to that cancerous thing commonly known as a mortgage. Allianccmcn all over the country have been clamoring for protection against the jute bagging trust Now that you have the solution before you, will you accept it and use cotton bag ging, or will you use jute and not only encourage those that oppress you, hut show that you prefer slavery to freedom'! The law of Moses re quired the man who would not go free on the day of jubilee to have bis cars pierced with an awl. If you are determined to serve the jute kings, have your ears pierced so all may know your decision and save "waste ot time.—Ex. A Worthy Enterprise. Many Confederate soldiers died in prison at Chicago. Iu that severe climate they suffered untold agonies and death was a blessed relief to many of them. At Oak wood Ccmetary, near Chicago, seven thousand of these brave men lie in neglected graves. After their faithful service, their fearful suffering and their terrible death, it seems hard that their remains should be permitted to lie in unmarked graves. An cx-Confederate association has has been formed in Chicago and lias a considerable membership. One of its objects is to raise money to build a monument over the graves of these neglected lit roes. The ex-Coii federate living in Chicago have shown a dis position to contribute liberally toward this noble object, but they are not able to carry it out on a proper scale uuless they receive the co operation and assistance of others who are in sympathy with this movement. W have no doubt that there are thousand of men and women in the .South who will gladly aid in this laudable work. The 7,000 Confederate -soldiers who sleep near Chicago have been neglect ed long enough. They can attbrd to go forever without any monument save that which they made by their ■ valor, their fortitude mid their uueoin plaining suffering. Rut the people of the South caunot afford to let them lie in neglected graves without any memorial to tell who they were, what they did, how they lived and died.—• Telegraph. ’Hie |>eacc problem of Europe—"I wonder if the other fellow's gun is really loaded Puck. Elder Goodwin—“I)o you practice that sinful amusement called dalle ing?” Wagley—“Yes, but I don't dance well enough to make it very wicked.” GUARANTEED. Tin' only nif'ilioinop sold by druggists, under n poHitivr guarantee from their mnnulnct- urri’P, that, they will do just what is claimed for thorn - that is, l»eueflt or cure in all oases of diseases for which they an* recoin mended, or tin* money paid for them will he promptly refunded are Dr. Pierce's world-famed spe cifies, manufactured by World’s Dispensary Medical Association, of Buffalo, N. V. Dr. Pierce's fiolden Medical Discovery cures all diseases arising from a torpid or deranged liver, or from impure blood, ::r. Dyspepsia, or Indigestion, Pimples, Blotches, Eruptions, Salt-rheum, Tetter, Erysipelas, and Scrofu lous Sores and Swellings. Consumption, or Lung-scrofula, is also cured by this won derful remedy, if taken in time. Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription is the world-famed remedy for all those chronic weaknesses and distressing derangements bo common to American women. It is a most potent, invigorating, restorative tonic, or strength giver, imparting tone and vigor to the whole system. As a soothing nervine it is lmorpialed. Sw guarantee printed on the bottle - wrapper and faithfully carried out for many years. Copyright. !<•«. i»y World's Dis. Mp.d. Ass'N. proprietors of Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy. By mild, soothing and healing properties, it cures the worst cases, no matter of how long Standing. By druggists, 50 cents. IMPO IIT ANT T<f PEAR GROWERS & SHIPPERS, Cniisiiliiliile your Sliipmeiil.s In Houses wlm li;ivr Siamling and Ability. IflDGUOl I ha phia,I .<■11 \\ till the I’olInvvinjf reliable houses: Snvdt. .loJm Stout and Win . G mildc N. w York, litidliold A Sou. Philadel- Icillicit, Kami A <%>.Jlnston. above houses will a* in concert and or to hold the markets up. I will ro ll New York during the shinping sea- id give m> personal attention to the ss. Receive dailv quotations from each markets, ami wire to the Times-Kiiter- ation. When your shipments tends to break down iliemar- speet fully, Jos. S. Norton, Ollice 320 Washington St., New York. JOSEI’ll PIKE’S SON, Commission Merchant, —Ami Dealer In — Foreign and Domestic Fruits, Florida <$ Georgia Fruits & Vegetables A.SPECIALTY. OS IM IIK PI,ATE, NEW YOICK. Melons and LeConte Pears Solicited. lbpiH-.i l 1 in Thoinasville by A.*C. Brown ami John W. Mitchell Florida Central —AND— Peninsula Ilai I road. Formerly the F. It. A- N. <’<». Standard Time Used—June 2,1889. a | 7 | SOt’TllKUN DIVISION -fuop HI 0.7 u Lv Fernand ina Ar 700 P 11 4.-. a Lv OHO p 1127 u LV 8 30 p 1-2 42 p Lv 9 23 P 1 ‘27 p Ar 9 53p 1 42 p Ar Ilf at) p 2 27 | Ar lllo Ar 1 .Vi p Callahan Arj 1 VI p Baldwin Ar ; l2l2p Law try Ar,H 5S u Starke 2Sa Waldo Ar 1 Ocala Wildwood Leoslmrg Tavares Orlando 112U a 302 p Ar Ilawtho I 10 a 4 29pAr Ocala Ar 0.70 a .7 42 pAr filOn 010 p Ar fi 0)a 0 40 p Ar V 42a 8 22 p Ar ■ yi I I TAMl’A DIVISIoX I 7 00 p Lv Jacksonville Ar 5 00 a Lv Wildwood Ar 5 40 a Ar ranasoffkoo Ar G 10 11 Ar KumlcrvlUo Ar 7 1.7 a ArSt. Catherine Ar 8 0.7 a 1 : \r Laeoocheo Ar 8.70 a I | l' Dado City Ar 10 00 p Ar Plant City Lv 23 | jy TTedau key div. | 1 2 Ola . 1201 p 1 1* 20 p r.iop goo p .747), 1 O) p , iu ai 4 53 p Ar Gainesville Ar| 9 40 a 230p 1 17 "I 1 , 7 42 p Ar Archer l.vj K 2.7 a 12 1.7 p ; 0 12 p Ar - * Bronson jAr Cedar Key Lv, | 1 | NVKSTKKN DIVISION j 7 eu pi 7 l.7ai Lv Jacksonville Ar 3 20 p bu.7 1. 8 00a Ar Baldwin Ar 2:to p 10 to I. yyiialAr Lake City Ar 1 US p I 117S p to 27 a! A r Li ve Oak A r 12 20 p 1 ot all 28a 1 A r Madison Aril 17 a 4 10 a 1 12.72p! Ar Montlcello Lvlo.’JOa 0 10 aj 2 02 p Ar Tallahassee Lv 9 .70 a tltUa atnp'Ar ipilucy Lv S.77 a y 20 a 4 00 p A 1 River June. Lv! Kiwi a I I I 7 05 a • 1,2, 7, 8, 0, 10, i:», 11 Daily. G2, and G3 Daily. it, 4, 2:1, 24, Dally,except Sunday. 30 Dally except Sunday. 31 Daily Monday, FF.KN.YNDIN.Y AND till | c I JACKSONVILLE IIUAM'H | 5 | til lUop-ldOn Lv Ja.rks'OivillcJ A *• s o ' 100*7 p-G00 a Ar Fernnndlnn Lv 7 17 a-l ;i0 3 and G dally, except Sunday. 0) land 01 Sundays only. 7 :15 a. m., New Orleans Express. Shortest and quickest lino t<> all Middle and West Florida points, Pensacola, Mobile — 1 Orient . an I 7 :30 p. in. NaVhvlllo, Ht. Louis. Cincinnati. Chlcugo. and all points North and West. Arrive at 2:4.7 p, m. and 3.43 p. m. 11:45 I*, m. Mail and Express for all points South, Gainesville, Ocala, Leesburg, Tuwres, Apopka, Orlando, PanasotTkee (St. Catharine) DadaCity, Plant City. Arrives at 1 :V) p. m. 7 :()0 p. m. Local, connects through for all points South, Ocala, Gainesville, Leesburg, 0:10 a. in, 11:45 ft. m. Cumberland Route Express, con nects at Ferimiidlna with steamer City of Brunswick, daily, for Brunswick, Macon, At lauta, Chattanooga, Louisville, Cincinnati Ht. Louis and Chicago. Arrives 1 :.70 p. in. 4:30p. m. Fernundina Mall uml Express, dailv, connecting Tuesday and Friday with Sir. St. Nicholas for Savannah and way land lugs. Thursday with Mallory Steamers r«»i New York. Arrives 8:70a. m. Sunday trail, •leaves Jacksonville 8:13 a. m. This new service gives perfect connection. 1 at Baldwin for all points North and West, Vin Callahan to all points North, East and West. Via Fernamliua, 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. 1*. Ac T. A. N. S. PENNINGTON, Traffic Manager. J. W I1EID. Agent at Thoinasville. Ga. FRENII MEATS. We will open, Monday, April 1st, at the place lately occupied by Mr. 1\ U. Bone a line stock of fresh meats. Beef, Mutton and Pork. l)ur meats are from our own farms, fat, juicy and sweet. We will be glad to receive .lour patronage and will serve you with the est meats at the lowest possible prices. F. P. Horn k Bro MARVELOUS Boston Young Lady-—What do you menu by saying that your ball team has the opposing team “rattled’:” Omaha Miss—It’s when we have them razzle-dazzled and give then; the grand razoo. WANTED, 500 Gars Watermelons, 5000 Baskets of Early Fruits, r whirli I will pay highest market price cash, or m-II on commission, and I will v a 1’i-vv.ird <>( >2r> to the person shipping the car nl the largest melons this season, is reward : • over and above the market ce of said car when received. A. 1\ mCKKTS WIinltNile Fmil am! Mure Dealer Chattanooga, Tcnn. .'ii* retie: Peoples Bank and other hanks •c: :tl.-,i B. (I. Dun k (%>.,and tint wholesale rciianis c! this citv geuerallv. ftrorue Olnit, Ambrose Olitit, J. I\ Cowper. Olivit Brothers, Commission Merchants, Melons and Pears Specialties. 3f55 Washington St., NEW YORK. Hcferencc: North River Bark.’, William Halley & Co., him >1 >r< ’H COMMISSION - MERCHANTS. Melons a Specialty. 197 west street, NFH YOKU. Refer Rank. York Countv National * d«few2ni Hunt 8c Voorhees, 179 READE ST., N- Y., t()iiiniibKi»:i Drillers • Southern Fruit and Produce- Particular attciitioti paid to the salo of pcaidu-s, piatr.3 ami nu-bms. Sales rcportoil daily and returns promptly made. Ja.ijli T. Ili'iiin;l. \\. Thorn. BENNETT & THORN, ;PPw0BUCE Commission Merchants, No. 302 North Front St,, Philadelphia, - Pa. c.-i i-tim DISCOVERY. Only Crnufue System of Memory Trnlnln*. ,1'our llaolt* I.earned in one reading, itliiiil vvuiidrring cured, livery child and mlalt greatly brnefltled. *• Gnwt inducements tJ trrespoudence (Jl.-isHet. Fn*poct*is, with omni-mi of Dr. Wm. A. Until, tnonn* ths vr»rhi-tnm.. t ;«Ti»liht In Mind Dnmases, Daniel €«rc«*tilerifTN«#iiitM*ni»* tho*r*»at PaychoL u«u,t, J. xtf. llucUb-y, !>.!>., iftitui of tho Chrutian Aiieocat*. .V. Aticlinrd Prootur, tho Meiontior. 11oiio. W . W. .\v(or,.liidK<* <iil*nu, Judah 1*. U**nlnniln t and otli*r», nout |K>-t froo t>y Prof. A. I.OIiil'.Tti:, ali7 I'lAb Avo., n. y. My .-hipping .veur Green and Dried Fruits, Melons VEGETABLES, Or anything you may have, to us. Wehavi a very large trade iu the above articles, am can place your shipments to as good advant ag •- as any hou.-e on the market. We inviti eorivspomlenee from all parties having any thing in our line to ship. SIMMERS, MORRISON k CO., <'onnnission Merelmnts, 1 7 1 South Water Street, Chicago, Illinois R“lerenci : Metropolitan Nat. Bank, dxw WALTER S. FULL, — FOR THE SALE OF— Southern Fruits a VEGETABLES, LpCuntc Pears ami Melons a Specially 200 DOWE 8T,. NEW YOItK. Relererices: Irving National Bank, N. Y. Pruit Growers’ National Bank. Smyrna, Del Represented in Thoinasville by A. (’. Brown PROFESSIONAL CARDS. W. (’. SNODGRASS. B. F. HAWKINS § XODCKASS .ic IIAWKIXS, Atti>Tiioys-at-Liiw. Office. F<»nm rly <»ccupied by Entcriuisc of fice. IJ1 M M ( 1 \ < )TS Id, Physician «& Surgeon, Thomasvillo, Georgia. 63f"OFFICE over Stark’s, corner Broad and Fletcher Streets. j) iTTj okLfi.~C(j y i. K- a ^ SO XT I.ST THOMASVILLB, GEORGIA. OI-TICK. Hr,rail St.. ovcr;l*k-k't-UX g McLendon, Attorncy-at-Law, Thoinasville, - - Georgia. Prompt, attention given to ail business en trusted to him. Olli<-.‘ Ovrr Watt's »t..M-, . -IIH-1- anil Jackson streeto. J II. COYLE, D. D. S., Dentist, Thomasvillo, • - • Georgia. Offers Ills Horvlceato in citizens of Tlioin- asville and vicinity. Office hours—From Da. in. to 1 i>. in., and from2 to 51>. iu. Office—Oil Jackson street. \V. I>. M1TCMKI.I., r:. (1. MlTt llKI.I.. ITCH ELL & MITCHELL, Attorncys-at-Law, Tliomasvllle, • * Georgia. UCi;, M. I). Office, up-stairs. T. S. DEKLE, M. D., Office in Hayes Building. Rosldcncc—Corner College avenue and 31 ng uollft street. Telephone communication, No. 23 for nlglit calls. N. S. Eaires, CONTRACTOR and BUILDER Thomasvillo, Georgia, I will bo glad to make contracts f«*i the construction of ull classes of buildings, pub lic and prlvato, in either brick or wood. I will guarantee in every instunco to give satisfaction. Designs and plans drawn and careful estimates made. MY Motto—Good, honest work at fair prices. If you want any building dono call on mo. I will submit estimates whotber contract is awarded mo or not. I refer to the many public buildings erected by i:stami.iniii:v> ivifv. E. IB. 4VOODWAHD, GENERA L. Commission Merchant, Melons ami Pears Specialties. 17-1 <’l 1 AMI 5 KltS ST.. M.W YORK. Bennel t & Jrlall, (OJI)IB(KlO.\ tllilU IlANm, Fruits andProduce. Melons and Pears SPECIALTIES. No. Hit \V KST STREET SKW YORK.| IB\ r FAR THE ROUT33 —TO— NEW 101 OR BOSTON — IS VIA— SAVANNAH . —AM) Till-:— OCEANSTEAMSHIP:-: LINE —OF TUB— Central Railroad of Georgia. SUMMER EXCURSION TICKETS Now on sale at reduced rates. Good to return until October .list, 188:). Magnificent .Steamers and elegant ser vice. Free front the heat and dust incident to ail-rail routes. If you arc sick the trip will invigorate and build you up. Go 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 ho had by apply ing to the Agent at your station, or to M.S.BELKNAP, * W. F.S11ELLMAN, General Manager. Traffic Manager E. T.CHARLTON, CLYDE UUST1CK, Gen. Puss. Agent. Trav. Pass, Agt., Savannah Ga. THE PEST AND MOST Direct Route! FROM ALL PRINCIPAL POINTS IN TJIKfSOIJTlI TO CHICAGO AND THE NORTHWEST. wo through oxprosfl trains dally, with Pull man Palaco Buffet Sleeping Cara by night, and Chair Cara by day, between Cin cinnati! and Chicago, Indiamipo- • Ifu ajid Chicago, and also be* tween LoulavJllo and Chicago, where closo con nections are made forg St. Paul, Fargo, Bismark, Tol land, Orfiaha, Kansas City, San Francisco and points intermediate— STeisf Fast Mail, Leaving Louisville, Dallyexcept Sunday, at 7 CIO a. in. Cincinnati!, Daily, except Sunday at 7:43. Arriving at Chicago at i» :53. The most rapid sorvico ever attempted be tween the Great Commercial Cities on tho Ohio Hirer and Chicago, STS'! hrough Coupon Tickets, Ilaggago check ed to destination, and your safety and com fort provided for, are among tho points that have made tho MOKTOXST ROUTE Universally and deservedly popular. OHN B.CARSON. Yiee-pros’t and Gon'l Mgr W. H. McDOEL, Gon’l Traffic Manager, E. O. McCORMICK, Gen.l Passenger Agent- It. W. GLARING. Passenger and Freight Agt., 1.78 Broad St.. Thomasvillo On, Whiddon House (Opposite I’lncy Woods Hotol.J TIIOMASVILLE,- - GA E. J*. Whiddon, Prop. This house, located In tho most desir able and central 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 andfpo- lite servants. Terms reasonable, and prices graded according to accommoda tions furnished. Carriages from the house meet all trains. declO-ly Fife & Beverly * MKHJiV GEORGIA. --DEALERS IN General MereliawlK) AND ALL KINDS Of Builders’ Supplies, Lumber, etc. Wo arc prepared t>> furnbdi anything w ill cd In tho LL’Miua; LINK, Wo make a apcclvlt Mouldings, Turned Scroll Work. Tho most dob* .rate designs will bo rallliful ly and correctly executed. We operate tho best equipp 'd mills, and carry tlm largest stock of so is*uicd lumber in Southern Gcor gia. Parti sswantlng luniberwillsavo money by consulting us before placing their orders. FIFEk BEVERLY HriUsi & Levied Contractors & Builders THOM ASVILLE, GA. W’e will bo glad to mako contracts for, or mipcriiiteud, all classes of buildings, public or private, iu either brick or wood. Will fur nish plans and sped Ilea* ions if required. If you want any building dono call on us, and we will submit estimates 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 Thomnsvillo, and to all parties for whom wo have worked. Shop on Fletcher st., 2nd door from Broad. Thomasvillo, Ga., April 3, 1889. B. S. PUDGE, THOMASVILLB, GA., DEALER IN HARDW ARE Stoves, Iron, Tin and Hollow Ware, Gnus li Mil Gills of all kinds, ami [agent lor King’s Powder Co. p IPJ-dCtll REAL ESTATE ASIVT, OFFICE IN MITCHELL HOUSE BLOCK. Cilj an<l Cuu ilry Pru|icrli fur Salt. HOUSES Jill! Nl’Et) And Tnxcs’Fi •«*. loans NEGOTIATED. Bring me a description oi your property 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 cahin to the Mitchell House, from an acre patch to a five thousajid 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 M. MALLETTE. Five room cottage on Love street, at $12.50 per month. Six room house on Lower Broad street, where Mr. II. Wolff now lives, from Sept. 1, at §20.00 a month. FiRir room tenement, on Cal houn street, near Broad street, at §5 per month, Large new house on Jeffer son street, at $2.7 per month. Furnished rooms oh Jack son st., near business blocks. Upstais of house on Calhoun street. Unfurnished rooms in Bry ant house, on Jackson st., be yond railroad. j-. Furnished house in East r nd, 5 rooms besides dining oom and kitchen, at $«70 per month. HEAL ESTATE BROKER,. Thomasvillo. Gooi"'ia