The Daily times-enterprise. (Thomasville, Ga.) 1889-1925, November 01, 1889, Image 4
The Earth in the Year 2,000,000 a.;d. No particle of sand whiclr goes Into tin.- sea evi r comes back again. Yet millions of particles of sand leave the surface of the earth every second, and are carried suspended in the waters of more than so,ooo rivers, oat into the ocean. There are more than too streams classed as rivers in the State of Louisiana alone. 'Each one of these has several hundred creeks, brooks And spring branches tributary to it, Each brook or spring branch, with Its countless rivulets, clasps the hill sides and drags down the surfaces thereof—down into the brooks—down into the rivers—down into old ocean, And there the atoms rest patiently; each atom waiting for others now resting in green fields, but soon to join the comrade gone before. To-day an atom forms part of a farm in Iowa or Missouri, to morrow, it is on its way to the gulf. This pro cess has been going on since the be ginning of time—since “the earth was without form, and void;*' the pri meval rocks [have been disintegrated and spread abroad in fertile fields, to be slowly sifted out and washed into the ocean; perhaps again to be up heaved and formed into islands and continents—abiding places for coming generations. All life, animate and inanimate, is-simply an illustration of this grinding down process; of the Master rubbing down the bumps to fill up the hollows. The finaboutcome, alter millions of years of this smoothing down process on the surface of the globe, Will make the earth partake of the nature of a . huge billiard ball sailing through the sky—devoid ol hills or valleys, moun tains or plains. Learn a Trade. A good trade is something which bank failures or commercial panics do not destroy. It is a passport to all countries and climes. Something which can be carried in our beads and hands. A demand note which passes cur rent everywhere. The one thing that cannot be learn ed in an academy or college. A strong crutch on which to lean. The liiend of our youth who will not desert us in our old age or affliction. The only language understood by the people ot all races and climes. Beyond the possibility of decline at ;tnv- time—years enhance its value. The only property which cannot be mortgaged or sold. It is a calling which can be declined or taken up at pleasure Something about which neither friends nor kindred can quarrel.—Na' tional Printer and Publisher. — « - l jenks’ Dream. Jcnks hn'l a queer dream tho other night Ho thought ho saw a prlzo-flghters' ring, and QU tauuguti no wtty u pimvugutoto ung. now In tho middle or It stood a doughty llttlo champion who mot and deliberately knocked over, one by one, a score or more of big, burly-looklng fellows, as they advanced to tho attack. Giants as they wero ia size, tho valiant ^igrny proved more than a match for Florida Central -AND- * Peninsula Railroad. Formerly fbo F. B. 9c If. Co. Standard TJime Used—Junfc 2,1889. 3 j 7 | SOPTHEim rilYIBliON 1 ww. 5 00 p In 05 700 p 1145 630 p 830 p 0 25 p a955 p jO 30 |) Fomandina Ar IjY Jacksonville Ar 1127 a Ly Callahan 120 a 110 a 350a 510 a 60»o 9 42 12 42 p 1 27 p 142 p 227 |. 302 p 4 29 p 542 p 610 p 640 p 8 22 p Baldwin Lawtoy Starko Waldo Ar Hawthorne Ar Ocala Wildwood Ar Leesburg Ar TavarcB “ Orlando 305 p 150p 163p 12 42 p 1158a 11 38 a 10 62a 1023a 907p 830a 610a 6 40a 5 00a 3 55 a 3 30a 260a 2 00a PROFESSIONAL CARDS. DR. M. M. T. HUCHINGSON, of Lake City, Fla., Offers his professional services to the citi zens of Thomasville and surrounding coun try. Office, 2nd.door over A. O. Brown’a store, and A. O. Brown’s residence on Daw- ion street. d&w6m Sept 17. DR. A. B. COUCH, Modern - Pathology, - Hew • Remedies, 9 20p 7 65p 7 OOp 4 00p lYtt them. was all, eo funny that Jcnks woke up laugmng. Ho accounts for the dream by tho fact that ho had just come to the conclu sion, after trying nearly every big, drastic pill on tho market, that Pierce’s Pleasani Purgatiyo Pellets, or tiny Sugar-coatcc Granules, easily ’’knock out” and beat all tho big pills hollow 1 They ore tho original and only genuine Little Livor Pills. Bowaro of Imitations, which contain Poi sonous Minerals. Always ask for Dr. Pierce s Pellets, which nro LitUo Sugar-oonted Pills, or Anthblllous Granules. One a Dose* IH Dillons Hondncbo Dizziness, Coustlpa, tion. Indigestion, DU. ious Attacks, and all de tents of the stomach and bowels, ore promptly relieved and permanently cured by tho use of Dr. Pierce’s Pleasant Purgative Pellets. Thoy ore gently laxative, according to elzo of d Easiest to hike, S3 cents 'c, or strongly cathartic dose. Smallest, Cheapest rents a vial, by druggists. 063 Main St., Buffalo, N. Y. We Have Seen. A young man sell a good farm, turn merchant, break and dio insol vent. A farmer spend so much time in town, that there was nothing at home worth' looking after. A rich man’s son begin where his father left off, and end where his father began—penniless. A worthy farmer’s son idle away tho prime of his life in dissipation, and end his career in poverty. -The extravagance and folly of children bringing their parents to poverty and themselves into dis grace. A farmer' too self-conceited to mend his way, and too obstinate to retrace his footsteps. A poor boy grow rich by industry and good management, and rich boys become poor by idleness and dissipation. A man spend more in folly than would support his family in comfort and independence. A fanner deliver a fine oration at the agricultural fair, with his fences nil down, fields overgrown with weeds, stick foraging on a neighbors ‘ field, and his taxes unpaid. A man build a dwelling so large and fine, that the sheriff won the first to occupy it. Browne—“I am glad to see you have recovered from your recent attack of . typhoid fever.” Smythe—“Thanks, old man; you're very kind.” Browne— ; has been the worst thing you > contend with in connection with Upfeenr Stnythe—“The stories : had to listen to from people 1 typhoid so much worse —CARBONATED WITH- NATURAL GAS Imported from the Mineral Springs on the Rhine, Ger many, on draught at L. SCHMIDT’S. DU I3STK Mineral W ater For the Liver and Kidneys. For sale at L. SCHMIDTS. FIMSH MEATS. Wo will open, Monday, April. 1st, at tbe place lately occupied by Mr. P. H. Bone a fine stock of fresh meats. Beef, Mutton and Pork. Our meats are from our own farms, fat, nicy and sweet. We will be glad to receive our patronage and will serve yon with the est meats at the lowest possible prices. F. P. Hoax A Ba J, S, MONTGOMERY. Real Estate;,Agent, THOMASyUJiH, GA. Office owe Beil t Ctlpepper's Brig Store, Breed St I am now prepared to tray or sell, for other parties, nil kinds of town or country real estate, and bare on my list a good assort ment ot both kinds. Strict and close atten tion to th« business will be my aim, and I respectfully solicit a share of the btninesa of tbe community. aog28tf 5 0U 5 40 a 610 715 Lr Jacktonvilla Arj Lv Wildwood Ar! »iAr Pauasoffkeo Ar > Ar Suratorvilld Ari ‘ Ar St. Catherine Ar 1 AL-,. . Ar Lacoochoe Ar! > r Dade City Ar! 8 60 1030 a . . . -"25—I—13 i CEDAPKETDIV. | 14 1 34 Ar Plant City Lr 610 a 845 p 800p 7JUp • 40p 600 p 645 p 400 p 700 p 1145 a Lv Jacksonville Ar 160p 010 a 6 00a 5 10 a 10 45 h 4 10 p'Lv Waldo Ar 1035 p 5 42 pi Ar Archor 4 53 342 C 12 p|Ai 6 |Ai r Gainesville Ar Lv Bronson [Ar Cedar Key Lv 1 WESTEBN DIVISION ‘ 940 825a 748a 5 30 a ..... S40p 2 80p 12 lip 7 00p 8 03 p 10 40 p 1158 p 715a 800 9 3Ga 10 27 1128 a 12 62 p 2 02p Lv JacksonvUle,Ar 2~f lCf 4 00 p Ar Montlcello Lv lo 30 a Ar Tallahassee Lv 3Q3p Ar Quincy Lv ArBlyor June. Lv 320 p 235 p 108 p 950a 857 a. 800a 705 a 245p 1 46 p 1122a 965a 815 a 525a 320a 1 50a 12 05 a 1,2, 7, 8, 9. 10,13,14 Daily. 62, and 63 Dally. y, 4, 23,24, Daily, except Sunday. 30 Dully excopt Sunday. 31 Daily extept Monday, . CO | 6 8 45 p-4 30 a Lv Jacksonville Ar850a-GW lOOop-COOa Ar Fomandina Lv715a-4,30 5 and 8 daily, except Sunday. 60 and §1 Sundays only. 7:16 a. m., New Orleans Express, shortest and quickest tins to all SHddlo and West Florida points, Fensacola, Mobile and Nsw Orleans. 7 !l5 a. m. ani 7 :S0 p. m. tralascon- nect through to Thomasrille, Montgomery. Nashville, 8t Louis. Cincinnati. Chicago, and all points North and West. ArriTO at2:45p. m. and 3.45 p. m. 11:45 South, < Apopka, ™ DadaQRyfPIftnt City. Arrives at 1:50 p. m, 7:00 p. m. Local, connects through for all S aints South, Ocala, Gainesville, Leesburg* avares, Orlando, Tarpon Springs. Souther* land, St. Petersburg, and Tampa. Arrives at 6:10 a. m, 11 ;45 a. m. Cumberland Route Express, con nects at Fomandina with steamer City ot Brunswick, daily, for Brunswick, Macon, At lanta, Chattanooga, Louisville, Cincinnati St. Louis ond Chicago. Arrives 1:50p. m. 4:80 p. m. Fomandina Mail and Express, daily, connecting Tuesday and Friday with 8tr. St. Nicholas for 8avannah and way land ings. Thursday with Mallory Steamers fox New York. Arrives 8:50 a. m. Sunday train leaves Jacksonville 8:45 a. m. This new service gives perfect connections at Baldwin for all points North and West, Via Callahan to all points North, East and West. Via Fomandina, connecting with Str. City of Brunswick, for Brunswick, Macon, Atlanta andjhtt: “ Via Fomandina, connecting wl Brunswick, for Brunswick, Ma and all point® North and West Daily Special to connect at Fomandina or Boat with Brunswick, Ga. ^ Leave Jacksonville 9 05 a in; Lve Fcraandina 100 am. -. Arrive Femaudlna 16 25 a m; Arr Jacks on- * vllle 12 25 pm. . D. E. MAXWELL, A.O. MACDONELL, Gon. Manager, G. F. k T. A. N. 8. PENNINGTON, Traffic Manager. J. W REID. Agent at Thomasrille, Ga. PASSENGER SCHEDULE ■ —AND— • 1 FREIGHT SERVICE In Effect Fed. 26,1889, via The RAILROAD. Smvaneo River Route to Florida. Standard Time same as Macon city time. GOING SOUTH. Lv Macon..... M ..4 00 pm Sofkee 419 pm Avondale ...4 30 pm Wellston ...«4 44 pm Bonaire 4 58 pm Kathleen... JS 07 pm Tlvola ....518 pm Grovanio M ...5 39 pm Elko 5 47 pm Unadll)a...~607pm Pinshurst...6 20 pm Findlay 628 pm | GOING NORTH Lv Valdosta. ...515 ® Vienna -640 pm Richwood...6 49 — Cordolo ,7 22. Wenona......7 33 pm Arab! -7 47 pm Dakota......~80l pm Ashbum ...~8 17 pm Sycamore 25 pm Inaha „..8 36 pm Chula. 8 62 pm Tifton 910 pm Eldorado... M 940pm Laconto...~1000pm Sparks 1012 pm Adel .10 20 pm Oxmoor... .10 40 pm Hahira 10 55 pm Mlneola~~.ll13 pm Ar Valdosta....1135 pu. M Mlneola.....! 36 am It n.viu M am 1 Hahira .9 Mam ' Oxmoor. S 09 am • Adel ..*49 am • sparks -8|7am - Laconte .709 am 1 Chttla......_..S17am ' Inaha 8 (3 am * Sycamore....* 44 am - Ashburn,..j*893am 1 Dakota -0 08 am ' Arabl.. ...t 00 am ' Wenona 9Warn - Oordelo *7 am - Rlohwood_10Ham - Vienna 1009 am - Findlay...-10 31 am ' Pln.hurst-10 29 am ' Unadllla....to ,2 am ' Elko ....11 Mam Orovanla ...U10 am TlYola.....; J1 at am -• Kathleen ...1142 am •• Bonaire 11(1 am •• Wellston....12 05 pm - " Arondale ...1218pm Fassengor trains arrive and dspart from Dnlon Passenger depot at Macon dally. Freight received and delivered at Central Railroad Warehouses. Local freight trains leavs Macon dally at 9:00 a. m., and arrive dally at 8:30 p. m. For further Information apply to your eta- A. O. KNAPP, Traffic Manager, tion agent or to u iiiuuagci, Macon, Cta. TO THE NORTH AND US" ORTECWESl? —THE— L.& N. LOUISVILLE a NASHVILLE RAILROAD, —IS THE— SHORT LESTB, —WITH— THROUGH SLEEPING SARS, FROM ALBANY TO IUHTILU/ ETaKITIIiLE. A loiin And but one ebango to CotiiariLLE. «f AB bo M «o. And other northern cities. Always ask for tickets via tbe LonlaviUe A Nashville ft. ft. For any information, write to C. P. ATHOBE, Oen. Pass. Agt. LonisviUe, Kj. Parties baring friends in the North iliould advice thcm'to take this rente to phoraas- viUe dnring.tbe coining season. DIRECT TREATMENT, Offers his _ professional services to tbe citl rens of Thomasrille and surrounding coun try. Office over Steyerman’s store, Broad street, Tbomasrille, Ga. 9-3-diwly w. o. snodgiuss. b. f. hawkins gNODUJtASS & HAWKINS, Attorneys-at-Law. ip m. McIntosh, Physician <& Surgeon, Thomasville, Georgia. OFFICE.over Stark’e,Icorncr Broad) and Fletcher Streets. W. D. MITCHELL, 11. G. MITCHELL. J^ITCHELL & MITCHELL, Attorneys-at-Law, Thomasville, * - Georgia. w. W. BRUCE,, M. D. Office, up-stairs. Comer of Brood and Fe ichor streets, [aug 15-’85*3y] S. DEKLE, M. D., Office in Hayes Building. Bestdsneo—Corner Collogo avenue and Mag nolla street. Telephone communication, No. 2S for sight JOEIj B. COYLE DENTIST THOMASVILLE, GEORGIA. OFFICE. Broad St.,|over:Flckett’s. s. G. McLENDON, Attomey-at-Law, Thomasville, - • • Georgia. Prompt attention given to nil business en trusted to him. Office—Over Watt’s;store, corner Broad and Jackson streets. J H. COYLE, D. D. 8., Resident Dentist, Thomasville. • Georgia. 'Offers his sorvlces to th citizens of Them- Seville and vicinity. Office hours—From 9 a. m. to 1 p. m., and trom2toSp.m. Grlen & Lemt Contractors & Builders THOMASVILLE, GA. We will he glad to make contracts tor, or d,dl - , any building dono call on us, and we will submit estimates whether contract Is awarded us or not. Wo will guarantsetaUa- factlen tn all our work. Weretertothemany buildings erected by ui in ThomaavlUe, and to all parties for whom wo have worked. Shop on Fletcher st., 2nd door from BroaiL Thomasville, Ga., April 9,1889. W. S. Eaves, CONTRACTOR and BUILDER Thomasville, Georgia .1 truths glsd to make contracts tot tha sens traction of aU classes ot bnUdlngs, pub lic and private. In either brlok or wood. 1 will guarantee In every Instance to give satisfaction. Designs and plans drawn and careful estimates made. ltt motto—GOod, honest work at talr prices. If you want any building done call en me. I wUl submit estimates whether eeatract Is Awarded me or not. I refer to the many publlo buildings erected by mein ThcmagnUe and elsewhere, and all parties to iwhom I have worked' BY FAR THE ROUTES -TO- NEW YORK OR BOSTON —IS VIA— SAVANNAH —AND THE— OCEAN:-; STEAMSHIP:-: LINE entral Railroad of Georgia. SUMMER EXCURSION TICKETS Now on sale al reduced rates. Good to return until October 31st, 1889. Magnificent Steamen and elegant ■er- vice. Free from the beat and dust incident to ail-rail routes. If you are eick tbe trip will invigorate and build yon up. Go east by Sea and youHl never regret it. Passengers, before purchasing tickets via other routes, would do well to Inquire fast of the merits of the ftoute via Savannah. Further information may be bad by apply ing to the Agent at yonr station, or to (M.K. BELKNAP, W.F.BHELLMAN, General Manager. Traffic Manager X. T. CHARLTON. CLYDE BOSTICK, Gtn. Pass. Agent. Trav. Psse, Agt, ■ f '> Savannah Ga, k AW HOST Direct Route FROM ALL PRINCIPAL POINTS IK r THEfSOOTH TO CHICAGO AND THE NORTHWEST. ‘ WO through express trains dally, with Pull . Us and Chicago, and also bo; wiu vitubogu, miu oiou tween Louisville and .. Obleacot . where close eon- ; nectlons are made for St. Paul, Forgo,' Blemark, Pol- at. x aui, m aigu, jiioiuuia, tw land, Omaha, Kansas Olty, San Francisco land paints Intermediate— New Fast Mail, The meat rapid service ever attempted be tween the Great Commercial Oltlea on the OhloBlver and Chicago. 43-7 hrough Coupon Tickets, Baggage oheck ed to deetlnatlon, and your safety and com fort provided for, are among the points that have made the iKEOuroxiir routes Universally and deservedly popular, OHN B.aattSON, Tlos-pres-t and Gen-1 Mgr W. H. MoDOEL, Gen'l Traffic Manager, E. O. MOCOBMICK, Gen.l Passenger Agent B. W. GLIDING. Passenger and Freight Agt. 1S9 Broad 8k. Thomasville Ga. Whiddon House (Opposite Plney Woods Hetsl.) - THOMASVILLE, - GAj E.B. WMddon, Prop This house, located In the most desir able and central port ot tho 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 tbo service rendered by trained andjpo- Ute servants. Terms reasonable, and prices graded according to accommoda tions furnished. Carriages from the house meet all trains.; declO-ly S. D. FUDGE, THOMASVILLE, GA, —DEALER IN HARDWARE Stoves, Troth n Tin and Hollow Ware, of all[kinds, and agent for King’s Powder Co GEORGE FEARN, . ^ UAL BIATIlSmiad -a OFFICE II MITCHELL BOUSE BLOCK, Jitj ui Cnilii frspsrt; hr Sill. . , ?1 . r HOUSES RE NTED And tsxm nil. NEGOTIATED. Bring me a description oi yonr property Thomasville Variety , Hargrave & Davis, Prop’rs, Manufacturers and Dealers ROUGHI & ERE LUMBER. ED LATHE8,. PICKETS, SHINGLES, • ■MOULDINGS, - BRACKETS, rSOROLL WORK, MANTLES, - BALUSTERS,; STAIR-RAILS Newel Posts, . . OFFICE, CHURCH & STORE, Furniture. STORE FRONTS, Wire Screen Doors and. Windows, Sash, Doors and Illinds TO ORDER. STAIR BUILDEVG, AND INSIDE HARDWOOD FINISH A SPECIALTY. •firCORRISPONDXNCE SOLICITED. NEW=OFFERS Mm -OF- The old Cooke place, on Madison street, lot 105 feet front on Madison street and runs back to S. F. & W. R. K. A large but not new house, price $2,500. Terms easy. One and one-half acre corner lot on Stephens St,, beyond Albany railroad; 2 houses, 1 2 stories, price $2,000. Terms easy. The Bill Bryant place, on Jackson st., in Flotchcrville. opposite the campus and near the depot and the South Ga. College, a large lot, fropting 117 feet on Jackson street, and running back 700 feet-. 0-room dwelling, nice little E ear orchard, first class neigh- orhood and a very val uable lot; price $2,000. Terms made to suit any bona fide buyer. A new 4-room cottage, on large lot in Fearnside; price $1,400. Terms easy. Corner lot in East End, new 5 room house, besides dining room and kitchen. Price $1600 Terms easy. 3 beautiful vacant building lots on Hayes and Calhoun sts. 70x196 ft, at $250 each. On easy terms to those who wish to improve them. Elegant residence lot on day st, near Hardaway, 70x 207, first class neighborhood; price only $4oo. 6 small tracts of land, from l0 to 25 acres in each piece, in less than two miles of the courthouse; price $30 per acre. Easy terms. Besides the above, J have many city lots, improved "and unimproved, for business or residence, inside or outside lots; big and small lots, lovely- suburban places and . farms and plantations all over the county for sale. Any prospective buyer, who wishes to get the best and mo§t for his money, would act very imprudently to purchase at least before talking with me. t Four famished rooms, up stairs, parlor and kitchen privileges down stairs, elegant neighborhood, Dawson street, for rent at 867.50 a month., This is a bargain. Nice, new, furnished cottage on Monroe street, close in, 4 rooms and kitchen, for the season. 4 unfurnished rooms, up-stairs, new and elegant neighborhood, Dawson street, at $eo.oo per month. Nov children wanted. Large Furnished House, close in on Jackson street; 8 i-a rooms. ; PriSe,‘ $500 for the season. Large 7 room house on Madi son street, near center of town, at $20.00 per month. This is a desirable and cheap house. Upstais of house on Calhoun street. Furnished house in East End, 5 rooms besides dining room and kitchen, at §50 per month. M \ > Ji ■- » REAL ESTATE BROKER, Thomasville. Georgia,"