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The Daily times-enterprise. (Thomasville, Ga.) 1889-1925, November 03, 1889, Image 4

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HMHhI THE GUTTER OF MILLIONS. The Signs. of'Ilio ‘Times in The Busy Southland. Baltimore, Md., Qctober 30.— , Saturday's Manufacturers’Record will show thayJfe|lenti>riOT<is are crowd ing one another sb'rapidly . in the south that there lire reports of the organization of a greater number of gigantic enterprises than over before made public in one week. One of the most striking features is the heavy investment of eastern and Now England capital, which j is pour ing into the south as it formerly-tdifl into the west. Several Philadelphia capitalists have just returned fron Florence, Ala., where they invested heavily, including, it is reported, 8300,000 towards a $500,000 carpet mill. The New England excursion ists to FdtrFilhyne and Denison left, it is said,Sever $500,000 in these two towns last week. A $5,000,000 company hns been organized with all the stock subscribed by leading New England bankers and others, Tphe- have purchased two thousand acres of land adjoining Chattanooga, where extensive enter prises will be established, and the purchase has beegrragde by^a $3,000,- 000, Northern company of three hun dred thousand acres of land in East Tennessee, the enterprise being in the hands of the wealthiest members of the prohibition movement. In Chattanooga a 81,000,000 bank will open for business shortly. Two companies, one with’ $300,000 and the other with $600,000 capital stock, havo been organized in Eng land for gold mining operations in Georgia. ... Birmingham* has—-organized a 81,000,000 Coal mining company. Center, Ala., has organized a $100, 000 iron company to repair [and ope rate an old furnace. Dadeville, Ala., has organized n $50,000 cotton mill. Mobile h:\s5.organizeda $50,000 paving comwfc M j| »;%•*§ Kcntuckpnift ol-gknized a T $50,600 contracting company. In Louisiana a sulphur mining proper has been sold for $200,000. Laredo, Tex., has secured a 850,- 000 foundry and machine fjhop.-' • | In Virginia' there, ha™ been about a dozen big enterprises, including d $200,000 town company, a $50,000 lumber company, and a $200,000 iron company at Graham; a sale of an iron property on Cripple Creek for $100,000 for development; a 8100,000 irtjn and a $100,000 town company at Max Meadow^ a $100,- 000 manufacturing company at Rich mond ; a $100,000 land nnd invest ment and a 8500,000 land company at Roanoke, with many other enter prises being actively worked up. The Boss Lie- The New York Tribune tells of half-starved dog that entered a bouse at Mount Vernon, where he was fed, and “returned the next day with a $i bill;to pay for the meal. 1 ’ : Our "blank et sheet contemporary neglected to finish the story. Returning borne, the dog discovered a bogus $i bill, which he kept in*htf trunk with his oilier cash, was missing,' and rightly conject uring that he had-innocently used it to pay for his meal in Mount Vernon, immediately trotted back with a silver dollar and redeemed the counterfeit. Awl yet bad boys attach impaired tu) ware to the caudal appendages of the canine race.—Norristown News. The Four Professions. There are four learned professions, law, medicine, teaching and divinity. The lawyer cares forpioperty, and because men love lucre more than aught else, the lawyer is paid--more than the graduates of any other pro fession. The doctor cares for the body, and because men esteem their bodies and this temporal life much, he is well paid. i The teaclierTpaxbs foe the mind, and bepauSe men 4b not care so much for their minds as jft)but ! thtir bodies and estates, the teacher is paid less than the lawyer or the doctor. The preacher looks to immortal soul, and its eternal weal or woe, and as raoet men esteem this of least im B portance, so it is.that the ministry is id less than other professions, and : minister is expected to look to the " r for their reward for toil and -Ladies’ Messenger. “If A woman is pretty. To mo 'tie no matter. Bo eho blondo or brunette. - ' - ■ o look at ho- . So she leta mo ■ An 'unhealthy woman Is rarely, tf oyer, SnitUuL The peculiar diseases to which so any of tho sex oro subjoct, are prolific lusesof pale sallow faocs, blotohcd •— — ' 'I, lurtreli dated tot _ dull" lustreless eyes"and cma- io'rms. Women so afflicted, con be per manently cured by uolDfr Dr. Pierce s Favorlto Prescription; nnd with tho restoration of health oomes that beauty which, combined Health oomes uuu uoaui., umuu. wiuuuilu with good qualities of head and heart, makes women angels of loveliness, women angw* “FavorltoPrcsorlption” Is the only medicine for women,Bold by druggists, ndor a positive | mua.f • pOSlt. mk 1 guarantee from the manufabturors, that it will givo satisfaction In every case, or money jrtll bo refunded. It Is a poiMve specific tor all thoao painful dtaor- dcra; Irregularities and weaknesses with which so many women are afflicted. ' Copyright, 1888, by WontiCSDia Man. Ass’ir. ! PR. PIERCE’S PELLETS Purely Vegetable 1 Perfectly Harmless 8 UUIQUALED AS A LIVER PILL. , Easiest to take. _ Im - —— -■■■■ —- ly, Sugar-coated Pellet ft.dosc. Cures io. Bilious Headache, „ . Uon, Bilious Attacks, and all ««- tangemenfs of tho Stomach and Bowels. B cents a vial, by druggists. —CARBONATED WITH— NATTTBALrGAS Imported from the Mineral Springs on the Rhine, Ger many, on draught at L. SCHMIDT’S. DEINK Mineral W ater For the Liver and Kidneys. For sale at L. SCHMIDT’S. JFRE&SE MEATS. Florida Central —AND— Peninsula Hail road. Fernirrlr the F. B. * Co. Standard Time Used—June 2,1889. 3 j 7 | aOUTUKUH Division 1 i |T 500 p.lllUS 700 pill 45 ft 6 30 p.ll 27 a Lv Foruandina Ar 305p 8 30 p 9 25 p 1955 p lOSQp 510 a C 03 9 42 n 12 42 p 127 p 142 p 2 27 | 302 p 4 29 p G 10 p Ar G 40 p Ar 8 22 p!Ar ’ Jacksonville Ar Callahan Baldwin Lawtoy fltarko Waldo Hawlhorno Ar Ocala Wildwood Ar Loosburg Ar Lv Lv loop 153 p Ar 1242 p AT 1158a Ar 11 28a 10 62 a 1023 a 907 p 800 a 830a GlOa 6 40 a 500a 3 55a 3 30a 2 50a 2 00a 1201 p 920p a 7Mp 710 a YOfcp 545 a| 4 00 p 7 OOp 5 00 A 5 40 Ai G 10 n 4 :Lt .iHcksonvllIe Ar; n, Wildwood Ar ; [Ar PAuasoffkeo Art Ar SumtorvlUo Arj 8 03 (i 8 no <i 10 30 t • ArHt. Catherine Ar Ar Lacoochoo Ar r Dado City Ari , Ar Plant City Lr oioa 845p 800P 7 20 p G40p 6 OOp 545p 13 l CEDAK KEY PIT. \ 14 | 24 7 ?? i^JSs l, ilSi 7 ;15 a. m., NOW Orleans Express. Bhortsst and quietest line to all Middle and West Florida points, Pensacola, Mobile and New Orleans. 7:1J a. m. anl7 -.30 p. m. tralnscon. noct through to Thomasvllle, Mouteomery. Nashville, St. Louis. ClnclnnatUChlcecoaBd all points North and Wost. Arrive atJ.isp. m. and 3.45 p. in. . „ , . il :45 p. m. Mall and Expross for all point* points South, Ocala, Gainesville, ieeabnrg, Tavares, Orlando. Torp -n Springs, Souther- Innd, St. Petersburg, and Tampa. Arrives at 6:10 a. m, _ 11:45 a. m. Cumberland Itouto Express, con nects at Fornnudina with atoamer City of Brunswick, dally, for Brunswick, Macon, At lanta, Chattanooga, Louisville, Cincinnati t. Louis and Chicago. Arrives 1:50 n. m. 4:30p. m. Fornandlna Mall and Express, dally, connecting Tuosday and Friday with Str. St. Nicholas lor Savannah and way land ings. Thursday with Mallory Steamers for Now York. Arrlvos 8:50 a. m. 8unday train loaves Jacksonville 8:45 a. m. , M This now sorvlco gives porfoct connections at Baldwin for all points North and West, Via Callahan to all points North, East and West Via Fornandlna, connecting with Str. City of Brunswick, for Brunswick, Macon, Atlanta and all points North and Wost. Daily Special to connect at Feinanalna or Boat with Brunswick, Ga. Leave Jacksonville 9 05 a m; Lvc Fornandlna 100 a m. . , . Arrive Fornandlna 10 25 a in; Arr Jackson- Y D? e? maxwell, a. o. MACDONELL, Gen. Managor, O. P. * T. A. N. S. TENNINGTON, Traffic Manager. 3. W.UE1D. Agont at ThomosvUlo, On. We will open, Monday, April 1st, at the place lately occupied by Mr. P. 11. Bone a fine stock of fresh meats. Beef, Mutton and Pork. i. . Our mcatS'are.firom.our own farms, Tat, ulcy and sweet. We will be glad to receive our patrohigo and will servo yon with the vua jmvmuBgv ——— ; est meaU at the lowest possible prices. , * *• - F. p.Mounh B j; s. Real Estate Agent TBOMASVTLLB, OA. Office tier Bett i Wpwfi »f*! Mom, Bm*1 M. X am now prg^redto buy or sell, forotber partte nU kinds of town or country real estate, hare on my list a good assort ment of both kinds. Strict and dose atten tion to the business will be my atm, and I respectfully solicit a share of the business of the comnivnUyw aug28tf C 00 al 410 p Lv Waldo ... 5 10 a 4 53 p Ar Gainesville Ar 10 45 "t 5 42 p Ar Archer Lr G 12 p Ar Bronson Ar i |Ar Cedar Key Lv ~I~T wEaTami division ) 940 a 8 25 a 748a 530 J40 p 230p 1215 p 7 "0 p 3 03 p 1040 p 1158 p 104 a 410 a G 101 8 00 i Lv Jacksonville Ar 320 p 2 I in L>3Gl 10 27 a 11 28 a 12 52 p 2 02 p 3 03 p 4 00p A r Baldwin — Ar Lake City Ar Ar Live Oak Ar Ar Madison 2S5 p 108 p 1223 p 1116 Montlcello Lvlo30a TallahassooLv 950 a 857 a 800 a, 705a 2 45 p 1 46p 1122a 9 55a 815 a 5 25a 320a 150a 12 05 a 1,2,7, 8, 9.10,18,14 Daily. 62, ami 63 Daily. 3,4, 23,24, Dally, except Sunday. 30 Dully except Sunday. 31 Dally ox«#pt Monday, febnandina and GO i C I JACKSONVILLE BBANCH | 5 | 61 B45p-i:wo Lv Jnokflonvllle Ar8M»-0JI0 1005p-C00a Ar Fernandlna Lv 715 0-4^30 6 and G dally, except Sunday. CO and 61 Sundays only. PASSENGER SCHEDULE — AND— FREIGHT SERY1CE In Effect Feb. 20, 1880, via Thb RAILROAD. Suwauco River Route to Florida. BcauUaril Time same aa Macon city time. GOING SOUTH. GOING KOnTH r Macon 4 OO pm 1 Sofkee 4 W l>m 1 Avondale ...4 30 pm ■ Wellston ..._4 44 pm ■ Bonaire 4 68 pm ■ Kathleen....£ 07 pm ■ Tlvola S18 pm 1 Grovanla.....6 39pm • Elko 547 pm ' Uuadllla .....0 07 pm 1 Flnehurat...S 30 pm ' Findlay 6 98 pm ‘ Vienna .640 pm ■ Blchwood...O 49 pm ' Oordele ,7 29 pm ' Wonosa 7 33 pm ' Arabl .7 47 pm • Dakota H01 pm ■ Ashburn 817 pm ■ 8ycamore...82Spm Inaha 830pm Chula 8 63 pm Tilton .010 pm Eldorado.....!) 40 pm Lacouto ....1000 pm Bparks 1013 pm ' Adel ...1030 pm 1 Oxmoor....l0 40rm ' Hablra 10 S3 pm ' ltlneola—1118 pm r Valdosta. ...1135 pg. Ar Maoon Lv Valdosta. ...515 am •< Mlncola §35 am •' Hahlra 6 54 am •' Oxmoor SOS am " Adol ,6 49 am Bparks ,6 *7 am “ Lacouto 7 09 am " Eldorado....7 99 am •• TUton .7 *9 am •* Chula ...117 am « inaha 883 am “ Bycamore...844am ■■ Ashbum..„.8i3am •' Dakota ,908 am •• Arabl ...9 29 am " IVenona ......916 am 11 Cordela .9 47 am 11 Rlchwood ,19 99 am “ Vienna 19 09 am *• Findlay.....19 91 am “ Plnehurat,1929am “ UDadlUa...lO 49 am " Elko. .11(9 am “ Grovanla ...U10 am “ Tlvola .1181 am •- Kathleen ...M 49 am " Bonaire 1161 aa “ Wellston,..19 03pm “ Avondale ...1918pm <• RaOmim 11 Qfl nm Bofkee....! J2 98 pm " ...1945 pm Passenger trains arrive and depart from Union Passenger depot at Macon dally. Freight received and delivered at Central Railroad Warehouses. ■ - Local tralrht trains leave Macon dally at- ;:00a.m.,and arrive dolly at 8 do p. m. For further information apply to your sta tion agont or to AO. KNAPP, Traffic Manager, Macon, Cta. TO THE NORTH AMD NORTHWEST •THE— l.«sc jst. LOUISVILLE 8IISIMIB M11R0I8, we TUP— SHORT LRSTE, —WITH— THROUGH SLEEPING SARS, FROM AUJAWTCf© M48BVILLK EYilWSV lIiUBt And but one change to “““"“I’WlKWATX fcmCAGO. And other northern cities. Always uk for tickets Tin the Louisville k Nashville B. B. For any information, write to C. P. ATKORB, Gen. Part. Agt. Louisville, Ky. Parties haring friends m tba North shosld advise tbemTto take this route togjrhomas- rlllc duriBflthe coming season. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. DR. M. M. T. HUCHINGSON •f Lake Oity, Fla., 30 Years in tOe Practice oUfledictne, OfTers his professional services to the citi zens of Thomasvllle and surrounding coun try. Office, 2nd door over A.. C. Brown’s store, and A. C. Brown’B rcsidenco on Daw son street. d&wGm Sept 17. DR. A. B. COUCH, Modem - Pathology, - Hew - Remedies, DIRECT TREATMENT, Offers his professional services to the citi zens of Thomasvilio nnd surrounding coun try. Office over Stcye-man’s store, Broad street, Thomasvllle, Ga. 9-3-dkivly W. C. SNODGRASS. B. F. HAWKINS gNODCltASS & HAWKINS, Attorneys-at-Law. ijl M. Mcl.VTOSH, Physician «& (Surgeon, Thomasvilio, Georgia. H--OFFICZ,over Stark's,fcorner.; Broad) and Fletcher Streets. W. D. MJTCHKLL, R. G. illTOHELL. JyJITCIIELL & MITCHELL, Attorneya-at-Law, > Thomasville, Georgia. w. W. BRUCE,, M. D. Office, up-stairs. Ootner of Broad and Fatchor stroota. [aug 16-*85-3yl T. 8. DEKLE, M. D., Office in Hayes Building. Resldeuco-Cornor Collogo avenue and Mag nolla street. Telephone communication. No. 25 for night JOEJL. B. COYLE- DENTIST THOMASVILIiE, GEORGIA. OFFICE. Broad , 8t.,|over!l’ickctt’s. g q,. mclendon, Attorney-at-Law, Thomasvllle, - - - Georgia, rrompt attention given to all business on- trusted to him. _ , . Office—Over Wattxstoro, corner Broad and Jackson streets. J IL COYLE, D. D. 8., Resident Dentist, Thomasvllle, - Georgia Offers his Borvicoo to th cltlzonsof Thom- aavlllsondvlelntty. Office Honrs—From 8 a m. to 1 p. m., and fromS to 8 p. m. Offleo—On Jackson street. Men&Lemi Contractors & Builders THOMA8VILLE, GA. We will he glad to mako contracts xor, or superintend, all claseos of buildings, public or private. In either brick or wood. Will fur nish plans and speclflcatlons if required. If Kvuawu.vruu. ...... faction In all our work. We refer to the many buildings erected by us In Thoinasvlllo, and to all norttee for whom wo have worked. Shop on Fletcher et., 2nd door from Brand. Thomasvilio, Ga., April s, 1889. N. S. Eaves, CONTRACTOR and BUILDER Thomasvllle, Georgia I will be glad to make contracts foi the eeastrnctlon ot all classes of buildings, pub- 11s and private. In either brick or wood. X will guarantee In every Instance to give satisfaction. Designs and plana drawn and careful estimates made. Ill Mono-Good, honest work at fair prices. It you want any building dome call ea me. I will submit estimates whether eeatraot la awarded me or nob I refer to the many public buildings ereoted by mo In ThomaevlUo and elsewhere, and ell parties to jwhom I havo worked' BY FAB THE Ini ui ISkint PtHip route: -TO- - IV YOI OR BOSTON —IS VIA— SAVANNAH —AND THB— OCEAN:-: STEAMSHIP:-: LIRE of BUMMER EXCURSION TICKETS Now on sale al.reduced rates. Good to return until October 31st, 1883. •Magnificent Steamers and elegant ser vice. Free from the heat and dnst incident to alt-rail routes. If you are sick the trip trill invigorate and build you up. Go east by sea and you’ll never regret It, Passengers, before purchasing tickets via ether routes, would do well to inquire first of the merits of the Bonte via Savannah. Farther information may be had by apply ing to the Agent at yonr station, or to IM.S. BELKNAP, W. F. SHBLLMAN, General Manager. Traffic Manager; *, T. CHARLTON, CLYDE BOSTICK, Gen. Pass. Agent. Trav. ”—“ Savannah Ga. Direct Route! FROM ALL PRINCIPAL POINTS IN THKSOUTH TO CHICAGO AND THE NORTHWEST. wo through express trains dally, with Pull lla and Chicago, and also be tween LoulevUle end Chicago, where oloee eon- • nectlons ere made for Rt. Paal, Forgo, Blemark, Pol- land, Omaha, Kansas City, San Francisco land points Intermediate— New Fast Mail, Leaving LoulsvlUe, Dsllyexcept Sunday, at •30 a. m. Olnclnnattl, Dally, except Sunday, at 7:45. Arriving at Chicago at 6:65. jWThrough Coupon Tickets, Baggage chock ed to destination, ’ and yonr safety and com fort provided ter, are among tbo points that havs made tks MONON ROUTES Universally and deservedly popular. OHNB.OARSON, Vlos-prss’t and Gsn’l Mgr W. H. MCDOEL, Gen’! Traffie Manager, B. O. MCCORMICK, Gen.l Paesenger Agent B. w. GLADING. Passenger and Freight Agt, 168 Broad 8b. Thomasvllle Ga. Whiddon House (Opposite Flney Woods Betel.) THOMA8VILLE, - GAj E.B. Whiddon, Prop. This house, located in the most desir able and central part of tho cltv, is nev. and complete in every particular. Var- nlshed In the most elegant manner and provided with all conveniences of mod ern hotels. The menu is porfect,»and the service rendered by trained andtpo- Ute sorvants. Terms reasonable, and S rices graded according to oocommoda- ons furnished. Carriages from the houso meet all trains.; - dcol G-ly B. D, FUDGE, THOMASVILIiE, GA., DEALER IN HLAJEID W ARK Sfoves, Iron, Gl Tin and Hollow Ware, of alljklnds, and agent for King’s Powder Co. GEORGE FEARN, RIAL TSTATR ACI XT. OFFICE IH MITCHELL BOUSE BLOCK, filj ulCmtrjfnferti fir Bile, HOUSES RENTED And Taxes r» Id. LOANB NEGOTIAfED. Bring me a description oi you property Thomasvllle Variety WORKS. Rtynolds, Hargrave ft Darts, Prop'rs. Manufacturers and Dealers ROUGHI DRE ED - LUMBER. LATHES, PICKETS, SHINGLES, MOULDINGS, BRACKETS, SCROLL WORK, MANTLES, * BALUSTERS^ STAIR-RAILS - Newel Posts* OFFICE, CEUBCE & STORE, Furniture. STORE FRONTS. ; Wire Screen Doors and Windows, Sash, Doors and Blinds TO '.ORDER. j STAIR BUILDING, AND INSIDE 700D FINISH A S6TC0RRXSF0NDEN0E SOLICITED. The old Cooke place, on Madison street, lot 105 feet front on Madison street and runs back to S. F. & W. R. 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 Fletoherville. opposite the campus and near the depot and the South Ga, College, a large lot, fronting 117 feet on Jackson street, and running back 700 feet. 6-room dwelling, nice little pear orchardj first class neigh borhood and a very valuable lot; price $2,000. Terms mado to suit any bona fide buyer. A now 4-room cottage, on large lot in Fearnsido; price $1,400. Terms easy. Corner lot in East End, new 5 room house, besides dining room and kitchen. Price $1500, 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 Clay st., near Hardaway, 70x 207, first class neighborhood; price only $4oo. 5 small tracts of land, from 10 to 25 acres in each piece, in less than two miles of the courthouse; price $30 per acre. Easy terms. Besides the above, I havo many city lots, improved and unimproved, for business or residence, inside or outside lots, 6ig 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 most for his money, would act very imprudently to "purchase at least before talking with me. Four furnished rooms, upstairs, parlor and kitchen privileges down stairs, elegant neighborhood, Dawson street, for rent at $67.50 a month. This is a bargain. Nice, new, furnished cottage on Monroe street, close in, 4 rooms and kitchen, $300 tor the season. 4 unfurnished rooms, up-stairs, new and elegant neighborhood, Dawson, street, at $20.00 per month. No children wanted. t! ' Large Furnished House, dose in on Jackson street; 8 1-2 rooms.. Price, $500 for the season. Large 7 room house onMadi 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. 1 1 1, | HEAL ESTATE BROKER, Thomasvllle. £ Georgia