■ -m V - *
] a order to reduce our tre-
ineiulouxly large stock of Dry
. Gooi's, Clothing, etc., we offer
.special inducements in tiie
way of prices, in every de
partment of our two large
A NEW DEPARTURE!
.' ■ ■ i..:.,.
i -flic Ladies will take tul-
- vantage of the good things to
he found on our • bargain
* counter. Dont fail to see our
♦ * ' -
H. Wolff Oro
" t'tie attention ot the gen
tlemen is called to the splen
did bargains we offer m Cloth
ing, Underwear, Shoes ami
We arc offering Goods
Leap in order to reduce our
unense stock. . ,
You are respectfully invited
call early and inspect.
The leaders of Styles.
THE DAILY TINIES-ENTERPRISE.
ALBERT WINTER, City Editor.
\Y KDXE8DAV, MAY 15, 1889
Fast tr ail for Savannah 8 25am
•• “ I//...12 401, n,
from “ Ar... 131pm
*• *■ for Chattahoochee I.v.
Train for Allmny hv.
• from •• ......... Ar.
“ *• for Savannah Lv... —
com. from Wayc..Ar... 3 45 p in
Freight and ;
200 p ill
9 30 a in
5 20 p in
0 50 pm
8 40 a ni
4 15 p m
Chatt. I/.... .
*• *• from Chatt. Ar... 7 15 a
•* for Albany Lv... 4 25pin
“ from *' Ar... 7 55am
niOMASVILLK AND 3IONTICELLO.
Freight accpni. for Monticello Lv.. .845 a m
“ from ' ** ....Ar...6 20 p m
“ ....Lv...206 pm
m “ ....Ar..l210pm
Tlic Trustees of South Georgia
college are requested to meet to-mor
row. Thursday, afternoon, at 4 o’clock.
Business ot importance.
A. P. WRIGHT,
i 10 illt Preaident.
Looking for a Home.
Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Hardiug are
at the Randall., They have been in
Florida for some time, having gone
there front Ohio, and they arc notV
looking for a permanent home.
The Leoture To-Morrow.
The lecture of Hon. Ben Terrell to
morrow at the court house will be a
masterly presentation of the aims and
ambitions of the Alliance Order.
The farmers, whether they be mem
bers of the Alliance or not, ought to
attend. They will certainly be inter
ested and improved.
The Timeh-Ent v.rpkihe, takes this
occasion for reminding the farmers
that they have it in their power to
make the Alliance what they will it
At His Post Again.
Mr. C. b. Bondurnnt is at his post
again, after taking in the Savannah
festivities lust week. Besides visiting
Savannah he went to his old home,
Augusta, and also to Atlanta.
Welcome to Thomasvlllc.
Mr. J. W Peacock, who has bought
an interest with Capt. R. L. Hicks, in
the Brighton Pharmacy, has arrived
and is at his new place. We regret
to learn that Mr. Beach will leave ip
a few days. -
The Virginia House Leased.
Mr. J. H. Rcinney, of Valdosta,
has leased the Virginia House and
will open the house June 1st. The
Virginia is well located and will do a
Surprised at Their Luxuriance,
Mr. M. B; AVnitc, the government
agent -who is examining the fruit
crop of this section, snys the LcCoutc"
pear tree is the most vigorous, luxn
limit and beautiful he has even sccu.
Put Your Name to it.
It would seem that the newspaper
rule requiring the name of correspon
dents to be put to their communica
tions ought to he well understood.
Wo trcqucntly receive articles for
puhlleatinn without signatures. There
is a gaping vacuum ready to receive
them— tbe waste basket,
Put your name to your cominuuL,
cation, uot for publication, but that
wc may know win is responsible for
Council Room, May 13, 1889.
Council met in regular session,
Mayor Hopkins presiding, AWcrnmn
Wright, Merrill and Winddon pres*
Minutes of last meeting rend, cor
rected and confirmed-
Petition of Vigilant Eire Company
referred to the committee on tiro de*
Crossing on Stephens street was or
dered replaced with wood.
Following accounts passed for pay
ment: A. F. Prevatt, 810.75, S. I.
K. T. McLean,
“Mr, President,” observed Colonel
Halford to Mr. Harrison this morn
ing, “have you tried the new puzzle?,
“What puzzle, Elijah?” inquired the
President, gently.' ' _ ‘ ,
“Putting the ‘pig® fajwie pen, Mr.
President.” „ ,
A shade came over the President s
lace, . . ,, ., ...
“No. Elijah,” he said wearily; “I
have been so busy trying to keep the
hogs out of office that I havn t had
time for any other puzzle.” And the
President pinked up a pile of applica
tions and mutfered a mutter too deep
be articulate.—Washington Critic.
The Rail Road Outlook.
What follows has been said so often
that it may seem stale, but it embodies
a great truth nevertheless.
Thomasville needs another outlet
in the direction of Macon and Atlan
The reasons why such nu outlet is
heeded arc to plain too require elabor
ation, or even mention.
(The withdrawal of the proposition
made by the Georgia Southern and
Florida It. It. to build a branch road
from somewhere on its line to Thomas-
villc, provided the city would grant a
donation of 825,000, and four acres of
land for terminal facilities, Jias for
the present, at least, cut off all pros
pects ofan outlet from outside aid.
It was always and will always be an
objection against branch roads, that
they have a tendency to concentrate
trade in the great centers. This would
have been especially true of the road
proposed to be built by the Georgia
With the main offices in Macon
nod owned and controlled by Macon
capital, .the tendency would have
been to draw every thing possible to
Macon, to the detriment of Thomas-
If Thomasville should own and
control an independent line to Cor-
dele, or any point where it would con
nect with another independent system,
or systems, being the largest and
most important town on tho liuc, it is
easy to see that she would stand to
the same position to her own road
that Macon docs to the Georgia
Southern and that it would he to her
interest and advantage to make such
a line a means of drawing trade to her
lu its last analysis the matter re
solves itself to this: Would it not be
better for Thomasville to build her
own road, control it as it factor for
her own growth, making no entangling
alliances; but maintaining friendly
relations- with all lines that it might
This is the question of the hour for
Thomasville, .It is of easy solution; a
thorough concert of action and a gen
eral disposition to aid such an enter
prise, will settle it, and settle it on
thc-line that Thomasville -must and
will control a new outlet.
A Fever More Eight Venn Cured.
.1 must extend to you tho thanks of ono of my
customers, who has beou cured hy uslngtutlcu-
ra Remedies, of an old sore, caused by a long
spell of sickness or fever eight years ago. He
was so bad ho -was fearfnl ho would have to
have his leg amputated, hut Is happy to say he
is now entirely well,—sound as a dollar. He
requests me to use his name, whieh is H. li.
.Cason; merchant of this plaoe.
JOHN V. MINOR, Drugglf *
" * [boro, f<
ter. me nrst auu uuij j
ing, strengthening plaster. 25 cents. >
Bill Nye on the Blase Young Man.
One of the saddest things about, the
streets of New York is the blase young
man. Hardly old cunigh to know
how to harness a horse or milk a cow,
even for a picnic party, lie is already
weary of life, He knew everything
when he was little, ami has gradually
added to it ever since. He cannot sit
through “Hamlet,” because he has
heard it so often before. He says
Booth is failing. He thinks Jcftersou
doesn’t speak so distinctly as he used
to do. He is sorry for everybody,
and pities everybody, and wishes lie
could split up his knowledge and give
the slivers of thought aud experience
to the poor.
The blase young mail never had
any real fun in his life. Even his
attempts to be real bad were bad dis
appointments," He will criticise his
harp,when he gets -it, aud get his
crown stretched before he will wear it,
He will also speak of the dampness of
the cloud he is sitting on, and make
sSrcAstic remarks because he cannot
wear pockets stitched on the outside
of his robe or fly-n-bout, with a slmwl-
strap full of Canes knocking the brains
out of other celestial people, or pick
ing their eyo out and wearing them
out on the ferrule of his umbrella.
The blase young man never laughed
heartily, even ns a child. Nature dis
appointed him. The little lambkins
were untidy, and the grass took the
polish off his Bhoes. He criticised
nearly all forms of vegetation. Throw
ing a dressing gown hastily over his
shoulders, while waiting for his clothes
to air and put on him, he looked at
the doctor on the first evening of his
nppearanee with a keen, searching
glnpce, as much as to say: “You
have ushered me into world which I
can already see is frightfully misman
We acknowledge an invitation to
attend a moonlight picnic at the hos
pitable home of Mrs. O. T. Hopper,
at their country place near Boston,to
night. The occasion will no doubt
he a very delightful one. - t> r
Trustees Meeting Col. Wright,
president ot the Board of Trustees of
South Georgia College, coils a meet
ing of the Board tomorrow^ afternoon
at 4 o'clock,
NOT A PIMPLE ON HIN NOW.
Bad with JExxrma
llnlr nil lionc.
Mcnlp covered with eruption*,Thought
hi. hair would neVcr grow, .ittrr.fbr
remedies. Hair aplendid nnd not n
pimple on him.
I cannot Bay enough hi praise of the Cuticura
Remedies. My. Iioy, who when one year of
age, was bo had with eczema that he lost all his
hair. His scalp was covered with eruptions,
which the doctors said was scald head, and
tbatbis hair would nevergrow again. Despair
ing of a cure from physicians I began tho use
of cuticura Remedies, and, am happy to say,
with the mostrperfect success. Ills hair is now
splendid and there Is not a pimple on him. I
recommend the Cuticura Remedies as the most
speedy, economical, and sure cure for skin dis
eases of infants and children, and feel that ev
ery mother who has an aftticted child- will
thank me Nol wa> , Mc
Severe Scale Disease Dared,
A few weeks ago my wifcsulfered very much
from a cutaneous disease of the scalp, and re
ceived no relief from the various remedios she
used until sbo tried Cuticura. Tho disease
droraptly yielded to this treatment, and Ilia
short whilo Blie was. entire y well. There has
been no return or tho disease and Cuticura
ranks wo. 1 in our estimation for diseases of the
skin. llev. J. PRESSLEY 1IARRETT, D. D.
Are a positive euro for every form of skin,
scalp, and blood diseases, with loss of liair, from
aim iiiuuu uiscaooo, "im »«oo w. ****•• I
pimple# to scrofular, except possibly itchthyo-
Sold everywhere. Price, Cuticura, Goc.; 8oap g
25.; Resolvent, $1. Prepared by tho Potter
Drug and Chemical Co., Boston, Mass
rug anu Chemical Lo., uoston, mass.
gwSend for “How to Cure'Skin Diseases,
<A pages, 50 illustrations, and loo testimonials.
ninv’0 Skin and scalp preserved and beautl-
DADI D flen by Cuticura Soap. Absolutely
EVERY MUSCLE ACHED.
Sharp aclics, Dull Pains, .Strains
l and weaknesses relieved in one min-
r A ute by the* Cuticura Anti>Pain Plas-
he rirst and only instantaneous pain-kill-
Pimples, Sores, Aches and Pains.
When n jiundrrd bottles of sarsaparilla or.
other pretentious specifics fail to eradicate
in-born scrofula or contagious blood poison,
remember, that II. B.B. ^ Botanic lllood Halm)
has gained many thousand victories, ill ns
many seemingly Incurable instances. Send
to the lllood Balm Co., Atlanta tin., for
“(look of Wonders,' 1 and be convinced It
is the only tuve iiloop rVnmra.
(1, W. Messer, Howell's X Roads, tin.,
writes! "1 was nfHictcd nine ycers with
sores,. All I he medicine 1 could tnke did me
no good, I then tried B. B. B„and 8 bottles
cured me sound."
Mrs. H..M. Wilson, Round Mountain, Texas,
writes: “A lffly frifcnd olminy was troubled
with bumps anij pimples on her lace and
nick. She took three bottles of 11. B. 11., nnd
iier skin gut soft nnd smooth, pimples disap
peared, and her health improved greatly."
Jns. L. Boswortb, Atlanta, tin., writes:
••Some years ago I coutfacted blood poison,
1 had ho appetite, my digestion was ruined,
rheumatism drew up my limbs so I could
hardly wnlk, throat was cauterized five times.
Hot Springs gavo mc no benefit, nnd tny life
Was otic torture until I gave B. B. B. a trial,
and, suprising us it may seem, the use of five
bottles cured.me." -
tuny Hi, I m
E P O.
Don't waste time and money and undergo
needless torture with the knife when Ethio
pian Pile Ointment will afford instant re
lict and certain cure in every case of blind,
bleeding, itching, internal ami external
piles. Itangura Boot Medicine Company,
Nashville, Tcun. 50 cents nnd $1 mu; bottle.
Sold by McRae A Mnrdrc nnd S. J,TOssels.
Reid & Culpepper arc keeping up nil
recession, they Imre secured the agen
procession, they bare scoured the agency of
the famous Star Mineral Water, the lir.esl
preparation known for dyspepsia, It is
guaranteed to cure. f 0 tf
West’s Pain King—tic lioueshotd reined},
llways useful. Never fi ils to cure cholera
torbus, pains in stomnt't or bowels, cramp,
olic, chills or summer '.omplaint, 25c. Sold
t, Dn. McRae’s Mitcbi II House Pharmacy
'bomasvillc.Ga. 4 3 ly.
West’s World’s wonder or family Lini
ment, a suparior remedy for neuralgia, lame
back, sprains, bruises, cuts, burns or wounds.
Cheaper, goes further, and Inst ionger. Sold
at Dr. McRae's Mitchell House Pharmacy,
Thomasville, Ua. 1 3 ly.
I have bad weak Lungs nearly nil my life,
have taken quite a number of Expectorants
without any npnrcnt benefit. 1 am now us
ing Btcwcr’s Lttng Restorer aud I can safely
Itdirmitis the only remedy from which I
have ever derived any benetit.
W. L. Martin.*
Wc are still selling cheap grocer
ies, the cheapest in town, hut all the
same wc have received and marked a
lot of straw hats, at prices that will
make you happy. Come aud see
(hem. Bass & McKinnon,
110 Broad street,
A fetv barrels of extra nice new
syrup, in new cypress barrels, 20 to
30 gallons per barrel. Nice for family
qsc. Cheap for cash.
Bass & McKinnon.
116 Broad Street.
Pianos and Organs.
I have secured the ageucy for the
sale of the leading pianos and organs,
and can sell either, cheap for cash, or
on easy terms, wheu time is desired.
Call and get catalogues and terms, or
they will oe sent by mail on applica
tion, W, S. Brown,
• > at Postofficc,
O-oyqf Thomasville, Ga.
.CATARRH CURED, health and sweet
breath secured, by Stiilot's Catarrh Remedy
Price 50 cents. Nasal Injector free
The Mitchell House Pharmacy has been
noted for Us low prices, and now oilers 10
per cent off for cash on patent medicines,
perfumery, etc., at retail. This, token in
connection with its already lew prices, will
lie quite an inducement for the public to
spend their cash there for good.* in the draig
line. ' Mitciueij. Horn “
: 4' \-
lie S. K. A W. R. It. will give low excursion rates from nil points on its line of road
within the state of Georgia to Savannah during the May festivities. -
ii%. iteyWMi #
Also proposes to give the same opportunity to parlies buying goods from now so
nut less than 10 per cent discount on all goods In their line, we alio Call your attention
to tiieir clothing stock which they can boast of the styles and His. Facta and
conrince all that wc offer the opportunity of the season In genteel clothing for l
and children, '
*- o oxr <■
Take « *ook through our Immense Tailoring Department, where our Mt.
C. Helms, will pay his special attention to all who will call, and see thatevery
Lady and Gentleman is satisfied with the style and fit. of every garment tha
goes out. ’ ,
Our Underwear, Shirts and Neckwear
' . - ’ i
. Is the admiration of all who have seen them. ^
TO THE LADIES.
We wish to call your attention to the line of Dress Goods we are receiriag
daily, consisting of
Summer Silks, Cashmeres, Henrietta Cloths,
Satines, Challies, Edging, Laea
Aul everything the ladies desire. AVc are selling lower than any house in
the city. Very respectfully, _ *
L. STEYERMAN & BRO.
“I had ’em all,” said a rubicund,
happy-faccd gentleman. “All what ?”
asked his friend. “Why, all the
symptoms of malaria, viz: lame
back, acliiOg joints, sleeplessness, in
(liges’iou, dizzy fits, cold extremi
ties, rush of blood to the head.-coil-
slant failgue, no appetite, pains in
tlm breast after eating, night sweats,
allernatc.cliills and fevers, cte., but
Brown’s Iron Bitters cured mc, and
I recommend it as being the best
A FRIENDLY MEETING,
•‘How are you feeling, old followf”
“Oh, I don’t feel well; can’t cat. I
am languid, end feel generally good-for-
“Well, my friend, thereto no; ubo, for
you to feeling that way, You need
something to do away with that torpid
ity of tho liver, and any impurity of tho
Such a remedial ngont Is in reach of
you ovory day, and you pass by your
drug store three or four times a day
and never think to ask. your druggist
what will benefit you. It you did, ho
would answer at once: "Wostraoro-
lund’s Calisaya Tonic is tho very thing
you need. It is on salo ul every drug
store in tho country, and thq bottlos
cost only 50c or #1.00.
Dr. Mellae is’so situated nowr, as
to give special inducements to all
customers fn'fltc way tf Prices on
nnytlHug in Hie way of drugs,
There is an end lo all things, to the
licoplo suy, but there Is uo ond to tho
splondid fitting clothing mndo at 81
Broad street. Gleaning and repairing
dono in tho neatest manner. Givo mo
a call. John Kenny.
l’lANOS AND ORGANS.
W. S. Brown, tho Jeweler, luis sc
oured the ugenoy for all tho first-class
Pianos and Orguns, which ho to selling
ut tho lowest prices for cash or on long
Uiiio. Thoso doslring to purchaso will
do well to lourn Ins prices and terms.
Even tiling In Soda Water Hue,
aud with a large number of new
drinks udded, nice at the Mitchell
House Pharmacy. Ild&w
NKtV MILLET SEED
Just received » supply of fresh Herman
Millet Seed at McRae’s, which will be sold
THE WOMEN PRAISE V. B. B.
The suffering of women certainly awakens
the sympathy of every true philanlhroujat.
Their best friend, however, is 11. B. B. (Bo
tanic lllood Balm), Send to lllood Balm
Co., .Atlanta, Ua., for proufa.
II. L. Cassidy, Kcnncsaw, tla., writes:
‘.‘Three bottles uf B. B. U. cured my wife of
Mrs. It. M. Laws, Zalabr, Fla., writes: “I
liaqo nover used anything to cqua( B.B.U.”
Mrs. C. II. Gay, Itocky Mount, N. C’.,
writes: "Not r dar fo 15 years was I free
from headache. H. B. 11. entirely relieved
me. I feel like mother person.”
Jas. W. Lancaster, llawkinsville, ua.,
writes: “My wife was in bad health fur
eight years. Five du(tora and many patent
medicines had done her no good. Six bottles
of 11. U. H. cared her.”
Miss S..Tomlinson, -ttlanta, Ua., says:
“For years I soffered with rheumatism,
caused by kidney trouble and indigestion, 1
was also‘feeble and nervous. B. II. B. re
lieved mc at once, although several other
medicines bad faiied.”
“Rev. J. M. Richardson, Clarkston. Ark.,
writes: “My wife suffered twelve years
with xheumatiam and female complaint. A
ladv member of my church had bean cured
bv B. B. B. She persuaded my wTfo to try
it, who now says there is nothing like 11. II.
11., as it quickly gavo her relief.
Send us vottr laundry. Collars,
.02.!.; each, etift’s, .03 per pair, shirt*,
.10 each. AVc guarantee all woik lo
lie neat nnd clean. Send before 8
o’clock a. tit. AVedncsdays.
C. H. Youno Co.
McRae A Madrc, Thomasville; Geo. A.
Bradford, Columbus: Alexander Drug and
Need Co., Augusta; F.A'on Oven, Charleston,
agents for Ileidt’s Fine Confections.
Insect Powder Fly Paper.
118 Broad street.
S. D. FUDGE,
Tin and Hollow Ware,.
of all kinds, and agent for
King’s Powder Co.
C. F. COLLINS.
ITCH ELL HOUSE BLOCK.
Takes occasion (o notify the citiccos of
Thomasville am! surrounding countrj that
she has just received her usual elegantas
Spring and Summer
Millinery, embracing a largo and beautiful
line of •
ST. AUGUSTINE PALMETTO GOODS,
GLOVES, ARTIFICIAL FLOWERS,
Patties desiring fresh, pure Jersey milk,
from Jersey Farm, will be supplied,1n any
quantity, delivered, on application to, or by
addressing JOUN CHASTAIN.
A lew sows and shoats for sale ul
a bargain to early purchasers. Free
from disease of every kind. Apply
at Ibis office. tf
And all articles usually kept in a first-class
A large assortment of Embroidering
linen. Real Scotch Linen Floss, in ail
colors. The Bargarran Art Thread; Ropa
Floss, German Cord; Real Scotch Linen
Crochet Thread, cream and white; Embroid
ering and knitting silk in all colors.
Stamping % Pinking
Of all kinds promptly executed.
In all its branches done in the best style
and at reasonable rates. An inspection of
goods and prices respectfully solicited.
N. S. Saves,
CONTRACTOR and BUILDER.
I will be clad to make contracts for the
construction of all classes ot buildings, pub
lic and private. In either brick or wood.
I will guarantee In every Instance to
give satisfaction. Designs and plansdrawn
and careful estimates made.. w ^
I can rent a nice cottage, cl
on JclTcrso:i street, al tlfi-65 per
niontli, from June 1st.
Eli M. Mam,kttk. '
Good board and lodging can be found at
Mrs. 51..Shaw’s, on 'Jefferson street, opposite
the Maaury Hotel. Good table board at 85
er week. 1-6-tf.
Mx Motto—Qo6d, honest work at fair
prices. It yoowant arty building dono call
on me. I will aubmtt estimates whether
contract la awarded mo or not. I rotor to
the many pobllo bnUdlnga exwetod hy. 1» tn
ThomaavlUe and elsewhere, and ait portlet
tor whom I have worked
is T. Kendrick.
BEIGK & PLASTER WORi
WIU giro prompt and
all work entrusted to *
WVIACUMIMNU W III* kMWBt **w. . Z.
enlton given to patching and repairing a!i
klndaot brick and plaater work. Am so si
pert In setting grates, furnaces, rip. Balls
action guaranteed, and rrteiiao.jjdl