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boo yjrd* Checked Nainsook at 5c,
,_-j yards Checked Nainsook at Sc,
.5 ooc yards (flecked Nainsook atMO,
V; worth 15c. •
,5,000 yaids Figured White Lawn Af
12 i-jc, worth .2?, i'4‘ -<■■■■
X:-V. ' , . ; . ;.••• g.
This is a
and is well
, ■ ".ft -
5,000 yards white Ittdja Linen at 5 c i
worth ioc. _ ,
5,000 yards white India Linen at 8p,
worth 12 :-a _; _ - ,
5 000 yards white India Linen at ioc,
We have the best
iund largest assort
ment of white lawns
ever offered in this
.market. Would call
§bur special atten
tion to our
&0c Number, '
which in width, fin
ish and sheerness of
woof* surpasses any
thing ever shown at
- 25 dozen bleached damask towels,
knotted fringe, at 15^ well worth
35 dozen Huckabock Tojvels at 16c,
For 25c we can give you the very
best towel, 1 14 yards long, all linen
and last colored borders, ever shown
l in Thomasville.
J "'Our new and elegant selection of
ACballi* are still all the rage, and are
^selling at a very satisfactory rate. In
(-.summer silks we have still some very
.choice patterns left, which we are
offering at greatly .reduced rates.
Our remnant counter lor this week
contains some very desirable bar-
- gains, and mother* would do well to
. take advantage of this.
All lines complete.
to be the largest.
Prices lower than
ever. Do not fail to
home and inspect.
We are anxious to
show you our goods
whether you buy or
News Notes About Town
About People You Know, or May
PUT IN PITHY PACKAGES.
, Offloers of the Thomasville Guards, f
The electitfn-for officers of the Thom
asville Guards came off yesterday in
Judge Bibb’s office.
Judge Bibb, Mr. John S. Montgom
ery and Mr. Achilfes Smith were man
The result of the^election is as fob
It is Lieutenant Wilder now.
The stately magnolias are in bloom.
Mr. C. Shoemake, of New York, i?
stopping at the Stuart.
Mr. AY. E. McGill, of the Southern
Express Co., is in the city.
Yesterday was more like a March
than a May day.
It should be made 4 crime for any
one to dcstroy mockhig birds ne-'sis.
HotS. J.TL'iifcirrell, 0 f ttainbridge,
was in the city yesterday. •
W. L. Adams, of McDonald, spent
yesterday in town.
Miss Lula Stuart has returned from
a visit to Savannah and ATaldosta. -
A good rain would be a great bless
ing, both, to the farmers and the gar.*
deners. .iffl» T
A seining party, with Sandy Prevatt
as commodore, goes out to the river
Three large silk worms with their
cocoons are on exlubftipn at R.
Thomas Jr’s, drug store.
Muster James Delete now manages
the soda prater counter at the Mitchell
The first game of draughts of the
season has como off. ' Who will say
that summer has not come.'
across tjie Florida line. Saturday
Capt. E- S. Law is preparing a map night he -refused to be arrested by a
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of Dosaldson. a new town on.the. Al-
ofiam'a Midland RniIw*y-4-*****»?-
Harry McLeod, who travels for
Einstein, of Savannah, was in the city
yesterday, talking shoes.
A buggy and horse were sold at
auction on Broad street yesterday
morning. The price realized was low.
Miss Goodwin Sapp left yesterday
at noon for a visit to Pensacola, Fin.
She will b»absent about a month.
Mr. uud Mrs. L. G. AVilk, of Bain-
bridge, came over Sunday to spend a
few days with Mr. nnd Mrs. A. Crine.
The Mitchell House Pharmacy has
something to say to the readers of the
Times-Extkrpbisk on a cooling sub
A. B. So.'otnon, with .Meinhnrd
Bros., Savannah, was among the pop
ular commercial nmn at the Stuart
Editor B. E. Bussell, of the Baiu-
bridgo Democrat, passed through the
city yesterday on his return from
Mr. T. M. Woolfolk, of the Ala
bama Midlaud railway, accompauicd
bv his wife and sou,were at the Stuart
Mr. James F. Evans and Mrs.' Julia
Robinson have returned from Bruns
wick. They report a most delightful
time in the “City by the Sea.”
The boys will have to let the Chi
namen alone. The mayor had two
more cases before him yesterday for
interfering with them.
Mr. George AV. Ferrill left yester
day at 8145, via Monticello, for Gaines
ville, Fla., where he will spend a few
days on business.
A large force of hands was at work
clearing away the debris yesterday so
that work can be commenced on the
new Gulf. Mr. AVatt says that work
will be pushed os rapidly as possible.
A blinding sand storm passed up
Fletcher and across Broad street yes
terday,^ little after twelve o'clock.
The sand was so dense that objects
ocrossjhe street could not be recog
Miss Letde Nauman, sister of Mr.
Nauroan, the well known attache of
the Messrs. Steyerman’s extensive
commercial establishment, left last
evening for her home in New York.
She bos been spending sometime with
her brother here. -
Captain, C. P. Hansel!. t>
' 1 st Lieutenant, F. L. AVilder.
2nd Lieutenant; 8. A. Smith.
2nd Jr. Lieutenant, B. F. Hawkins.
It'will be sten at a glance that this
is a fine corps ol officers, and under
their management the Thomasville
Guards will lake rank among the
crack' military companii% ; bf the State.
Busan Maxwell ’ yVSx, before his
Honor, yesterday morning, charged
with disorderly conduct. Her sister
Annie Dixon, was'also up for the same
oflence. As the fracas was. only a
family affitir, they were let off by pay
ing the cost. 8am Dixon. Annie’s
husband, was tried and discharged,
Elbert Scott, a little negro who has
seen the inside of more than one court
room before, was found guilty of
fighting, and given ten days on the
street, without the option of a fiuc,
Jim Hadley, “Shorty,” was up for
disorderly conduct and discharged.
Pearce Dorton, white, who stoned
the Chinese. Laundry, was fined $6,
including costs. ■
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Got His Man.
• Arnold Milton, colored, stands
charged with killing a cow on the
plantation of Mr. 8. L. Dayoa, just
special ' officer, nt Judge Mitchell'
places ..AVord,; was acap ttA
Hurst, anij he went down at 1 o’clock
a. ra., and made the arrest. The posse
had kept Andrew guarded in a house
till Sheriff’ Hurst could be sent for.
It.is needless to say that Gus always
A Track to Their Yard.
Messrs.'.Moore & AVilliams are ne
gotiating with the S., F. & AV. Rail
way authorities for n track to be run
from the maiu line, from somewhere
near the residence of Mr. T. E. Black-
shear, to their brick yard, just be
yond the cemeterv, The traok is
made necessary by the increasing
business of this live firm, nnd will
prove a great convenience.
The Nov Episcopal Church.
The foundations of tho new Episco-
ptl church arc ready for the walls,
and material is on the ground to push
the work. The outlines of the build
ing ns shown by the foundation walls,
indicates a very handsome edifice.
The services' at the Methodist
church will be continued through the
week. Prayer meeting at 9 a. m.
Preaching at 8 p. m, The interest
in. the services is wideniug.
Improvement on Broad Street,
it is quite likely that an additional
story will be added to the Linton and
Finn’s store. Such an improvement
would add greatly to tho appearance
of Broad street.
The Arr!ngton?Lane Case,
Aftex a protracted effort to secqre a
jury, this celebifed case came up in
Brooks Superior court-lust Friday.
The details of the case are fresh
in the minds of the public, and are of
such a character that it is not necessa
ry to-state them here. Of our local
bar Capt. Hammond is for the prose
cution of Arrington, who Killed
The-Messrs McIntyre are for tlft de
The evidence was concluded Satur
day afternoon, anid yesterday was de
voted to arguments in tho case.
No case ever tried in South Georgia
has, excited so much interest, on ac
count of the prominence of the parties
The Road Congress.
In ’wfe week from to-morrOw the
Road Congress will meet in Atlanta.
It is proposed to elect delegates to
represent Thorttas county in.the con
gress next Thursday, on which occa
sion Hon, Ben Terrell, ot Texas, will
lecture the Alliance men of the county
at the Court House. • .
Tt would'be oiitof place to attempt
to emphasize the importance of the
Congress and the importance of hav
ing Thomas county represented.
The members of the Tlioraasville
Guards, after “hayiug elected their
commissioned, officers to-day, n3 no
ticed elsewhere, met last night at the
library and elected the following non
4 Orderly Sergeant, C. M. Sraitfi,
2ad Sergeant, A. W, Ball.
3rd Sergeant, R. Smith, Jr.
4th Sergeant,- AY- L. Ball.
5th Sergeant, S. B. Burr, Jr.
1st Corporal, AV.>J. Taylor.
2nd Corporal, F. H. Smith.
3rd Corportl, George Jones.
1th Corporal, T- D. AA’iun.
Secretary and Treasurer, 0.
Quartermaster, Pete Bone.
As iu the selection of the commis-
missioned . officers, the company have
shown rare good^tatjgment in the
selection of these ofifbers.
4 The committee bn uniforms asked
and obtained fiirtbdi: time in which
Tho new and charming, opera,
“Princess Snowflake,” will bepodiiced
at Quincy r Fla., for the, Jtenent of the
l Ghurcb fund of that charm-
Episcopal JP M
ing little city. Ip additionto the best
a number jj ac j,- i m y new purchase, Greenwood.’’
»SeB-fcSP ' By the way this gentleman is going
extend a corr
Alumni Meeting in June
The annual celebration nt the uni
versity ol Georgia on June 18th prom
ises to be a brilliant success, and to
bring the sons of the university from
all sections of the South
No university is stronger in its
alumni than our own, and when they
nro gathered iu Athens to look once
more on tho old familiar scenes and
revive their old time enthusiasm for
olnm mater, a new era of prosperity
and growth will have opened for the
JL FAMOUS CLASS.
The class of 1869, which was the
largest ever graduated from the uni
versity, propose to hold a re-union on
the above date. Thomasville hud the
following representatives in this fa
mous class. H. J. McIntyre, A. T.
McIntyre, Jr., R. T. McMullen.
An executive committee of five
has been appointed to take charge of
the re-union ceremonies, and Hon.
A. T. McIntyre has been made one of
AVo have been requested by Mr. L.
F. Thompson to say that he will turn
over the money belonging to the estate
of A. A\ r . Quarternmn to the ordinary
iit a few days, and if there is yet any
outstanding bills against said estate
they must be presented to-day.
The Thomasville variety works will
soolt turn out for Messrs. AVcst &
Fcarn’ the handsomest desk ever
made in Thomasvjlle. -
Rev. Dr. J. AV. Hinton preached un
able sermon in the Methodist church
Sunday night Dr. Hiutou is ouc of
the ablest pulpit orators in the state.
Mrs. Louisa Jones, mother of Miss
Laura-Jones of this place, died at
Boston Sunday. She was about sev.
eniy years of age and had been an in
valid tor some time.
Looking After the Fruit in South Georgia.
Mr. M. B. AVaiie, an expert from the
Department of Agriculture at Wash
ington, at rived Sunday to examine the
fruit prospects ol South Georgia and
He will make a thorough investiga
tion and report to the department.
An Important Lecture.
lion. Ben. Terrell, of Texas, Grand
Lecturer of the National Alliance,
will address the members of tho order
in this county at the court house next
Thursday. Sir. Terrell is a fine speak
er and a profound thinker and every
farmer iu the county ought to t trn
out to hear him. Remember the
date, Thursday, 16th inst.
Judge A. U. Hansell, Capt. AV. M.
Hammond, Col. A. T. McIntyre and
Hon. A. T. McIntyre, Jr.,-«came up
from Quitman to spend ' Sunday at
home. All of the legal gentlemen
named arc engaged iu tho Arrington
Lane case, now being tried.
Mayor Hopkins fined a t$te man,
who is a stranger here, $6 yesterday
afternoon for disorderly conduct.
Well, we do not know whether Mr.
Van Duzer is more at home in New
York than he is here, but he is going
to leave to-morrow for the big me
tropolis. And he leaves a host of
frietids m his sunny Southern home
who will gladly wefcoire him back
again this tail.
“lam coining back early this fall,”
he said this morning, “for I will have
something to look alter when I get
to improve this old time place very
handsomely. In the meanwhile Judge
Hopkins, as Mr. Van D.uzer's agent,
will have charge at the place this sum
0”?-. n,er ’»* ‘'•.' r-
The Times-Enterprise publishes
this moraiug notice of the Alumni
celehration that will come off at the
university at Athens, June 18th.
Some months ago when Chancellor
Boggs visited Thmnnsville, a move
wt<« made to organize an Alumni so
Now wh'le other narts of the Stnte
are moving in this matter it is a capi
tal time for those in this section that
look to the university as their Alma
Mater to take some steps to put such
a society iu working order.
Tlmransville is-bound to tlie^ par
ent university by very strong ties,
and these ties ought to be made as
productive of as much good as possi
ble to both parties.
In the bee hive cast-, tried before
Justice Bibb, his honor found a ver
dict for the plaintiff, P. It. Wertz,
and against.R. F. Daniel. A bond of
S‘25 was taken to avoid further trouble
in the cas .
Die Thomasville delegation attend
ing the Savannah festivities of last
week, have nearly all returned. Mr.
S. J. Cassels and Mr. D. Elias return
The sample rooms being added to
the Stuart House will be completed
this week. They will be a great con
venience to drummers who stop at
that popular house.
The colored population of Atlanta
are in a considerable turmoil over a
controversy between Tavlor, the negro
lawyer and Rev. Joseph Flipper, form
erly of this place. Taylor proposes to
add to ihc disturbance by bringing a
damage suit for $25,000 against Flip
per for damage to his character.
Robert P. Porter was appointed
superintendent of the census for the
undoubted purpose of manipulating
the returns in the interest of the
Republican party. *-
If the farmers consent to treat with
the jute trust their cause will be lost.
And that is what the National Alli
ance seems bent on doing.
Cotton bagging is the bagging of
the future, and tbo jute men, commix
sion merchants and hoards ot trade
may as well recognize the tact.
Take advantage of
the bargains to be
found in our White
and prepara, for the
a trip to the moun
tains or sea shore will
find a fine assortment
of light weight worst
eds in combinations
or plain goods, at a
We will place a
large number of rem
nants empale, and de
sire to call your at-
wto them. '
Look at our large,
stock of Flouncings
and Hamburgs. Ex-
tre hi ely handsome
and heap. New Tor
chon Edges and In
In- •*: tfl Piques, io plaids, stripes
toil fi ur-» I’tq ie Edge to ma'-ch.
N' w ioc 0. Mitts. Gluv.», Filhues.
R bb 'us rod N’.tii iu*.
Jus n<* tv.-d, s fresh stuck »l Sw.w
lx's Uiesi and nobbi-.st styles,
Flannel shirts, light
weight coats and
vests; in fact a full
stock of gents’, boys’
youths’ clothing, at
prices to please all.
New shoes, new slip
pers and new pumps.
Ask to see our ne\y
patent leather low-
quarter shoe and our
dress shoes. The fin
est and handsomest
goods in the market.
We offer induce
ments in every de
partment, and you
Aviil find some rare