Your attention is called to the
elegant stock of Dress Goods,
suitable for commencement.
We had an especial eye on
the selection of our commence
ment Dresses, and have the
nicest and largest stock to se
lect from in this city.
We aie showing an elegant
White Dress Goods
India and Persian Lawns,
Swiss Edgings and Insertings, -
China and India Silks,
fine fine French Challics,
With White Dress Goods and Trim
• mings to match.
WE HAVE ALSO
THE NEWEST STYLES IN
Ribbons and Sash Ribbons,
The prettiest Fans ever
Shown in Thomasville,
The Best Corsets,
The daintiest Hdk’fs,
The Latest in Gloves,
The most Stylish l’arasols,
T.&A.S. Kaliskl’s Fine Shoes
Please come and see us before
making vour purchases, and
we will save you money.
|The Leaders of Styles,
SIGNAL SERVICE BUREAU
B, Thomas JrV 126 Broad Street.
O. S. Bondurant Vounteer Observer
Weather Bulletin for the 21 hours ending
at 7 o'clock P. Mi June 22, 1880.
7 a. in
2 p. in
7 P- m
Maximum tor 24 hours
Minimum “ “ “
Rain tal I
News Notes About Town
About People You Know, or May
PUT IN PITHY PACKAGES.
Mr. B. G. Wilson, of Baltimore, is
at the Stuart.
Mr. E. W. I’arnell, of Philadelphia,
is among ihe guests at the Stuart.
The blue flag, signal of rain, still
waves from the signal acrvicc pole.
Mrs. L. M. Griffin, of Bainbridgc,
is visiting her son, Mr. C. It. Griffin.
Miss Lula Stuart has returned from
a. visit to friends in Valdosta.
Hon. Robert Alexander went down
to Quitman last night.
The Whiddon registered thirty-
seven arrivals Friday.
Sir. B. H. Hodges, of White Sul
phur Springs, Fla., is in the city.
He is a guest ot the Whiddon.
Passongers say that Sandy Prcvatt
has the prettiest field of corn between
tliis place and Monticello.
Messrs. J. L. & W. A. Pringle had
the first cantaloupes of the season on
Mr. R. M. Mixon, of the Louisville
and Nashville Ry., was in the city
The Savaunan train was an hour
late yesterday It did not wait for
Miss Irene Wiggins, of Fort Valley,
is visiting the family of Mr. Arthur
County court was in session yester
day morning. Only one case was
before his honor Judge Mitchell.
Hon. Ben FVRusscll, of Baiubridge,
passed a few hours in the city yester
day forenoon, eu route to Waycross.
The programme of commencement
exorcises at South Georgia College,
which we publish this morning, is a
very attractive one.
The usual Sabbath services in the
Baptist church will not be hold to-day.
Rev. W. J. Williams, the pastor, goes
to Quitman to ass : st in services there.
Miss Addic McClellan, Jackson
street, has all the illustrated papers
for the week. The Johustc-wn disaster
still has the place of honor in them.
Mr. Thomas M. Allen is registered
at the Stuart, Mr. Allen will remain
over until Monday, He is always a
welcome visitor to Thomasville.
Rev. S. S. Broadenex, colored, of
Atlanta, has been called to the pas
torate of the First African Baptist
Church, in this placo. He has ontered
upon the discharge of his duties.
We learn that arrangements are
being made to run an excursion train
from this city to Bainbridgc on the
Fourth of July to the veteran’s re
Javus Bell, colored, left yesterday
for the White Mountains of N. H.,
where he has a place for the season.
Thomasville is furnishing an army of
waiters up North, during the summer.
And every one of them talks up for
M iss Irene Fisher leaves to-morrow
for Savannah, where she takes Tues
day’s steamer for New York. She
will spend several weeks North and
her friends wish her a pleasant out
A colored oxcursion train, composed
of twelve coaches, passed through the
city yesterday apout. 10 o’clock. Con
ductor Paramore was in charge. A
good crowd from here joined them.
They returned from Albany last night.
This was the longest excursion train
of the summer.
Mr. J. E. Henderson, of the Em
ployers Mutual Relief Association, is
in the city, working up the Tyhee
Connecticut Industrial School,
The closing exercises of this school
are appointed for Tuesday, 25th inst,
in the colored Baptist church in this
city. The attendance for the closing
term has been large, 300 pupils hav
ing been enrolled in the various de
partments. The industrial class proper,
has made 285 garments, of which
number 35 were dresses.
We give the programme in full.
The exercises will open sit 10 a. m.,
and close at 12.
Chorus—“While verdaut hill and'
Chorus—“God's hand is over all.”
Recitations and singing by 1st, 2nd,
3rd and Ith grades.
Chorus—“Summer is with us again.”
Recitation—“Tho children’s choice.”
Recitation—“Bingen on the Rhine.”
Recitation .. “A June Day.”
Recitation “The little girl’s ‘Amen’.”
Recitation... .“The Frst Tangle.”
Recitation.. .... “The Rainbow.”
Declamation—‘A Plea for Temper
Recitation “Firc-fly Song.”
Recitation—“The Soldier’s Song.”
Declamation—“Burial of Sir John
Song—“The Old Oaken Bucket.”
Recitation—‘The Three Wise Men
Recitation “Laus Deo.”
Concert Recitation—“The Founda
tions of the Beautiful City.”
Chorus—"Children loud Hosannas
The pastors of tho various churches
in the city have very considerately
forgone services to-day, and all the
congregations will attend and hear
the commencement, sermon to be
preached by Dr. Smith in the clmpel
of So. Ga. college. Dr. Smith lias a
splendid reputation us a pulpit orator
and ought to and doubtless will ha'vo
a large audience. The chapel is well
Ventilated and will be cool and com
Miss Fannie Everitt loft last night
for a visit to friends in Brunswick.
She will lie absent a couple of weeks.
There will he no services at the
Baptist church this morning and
Mrs. AVilliam Buttolph left yester
day morning for a visit to her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. John Peabody, nt Co
Mr. W. J. Daniel, a prominent
warehouse-man, of Marianna, Fla., is
spending a few days at the country
home of Mr. James 8. Smith.
Contractor Eaves began work
Thursday on Hon. A. T. McIntyre,
Jr.’s, new residence on the McIntyre
road, a little beyond the cottage of
Rev, J, H. Herbcner,
There is aa unusually large speci
men of a rose at the store of Miss
Laura Jones. It has been pressed.
The flower was sent to Miss Laura
from British Columbia, by Mrs. J. C.
Peters. The specimen ia known as
the Paulncron rose.
The cornice pieces and head piece
of Dckle & Cooke’s new store have
been finished and placed in position.
Tho work was done by the South
Georgia Metal Works, of which B,
W. Green is superintendent.
We received a call yesterday morn
ing from Col. A. K. Whitfield, of Cai-
The Col. is looking wei.', and
while hp reports the blackberry crop
badly cut short by the late lack of rain,
he is certain that in Decatur half a bale
to the mule will be harvested. With
the exception of Ben Russell, Col.
Whitfield is the best blackberry au
thority in existaece.
By the Band.
The Eclipse Band, of Boston, will
attend the commencement exercises
of South Georgia College. In speak
ing of it the World says:
Thi3 is one of the finest ametcur
bands in Georgia, and we can assure
the people of Thomasville that they
will he treated to some excellent mu-
We know the hoys will have a jolly
good time, as the people of our sister
city know how to entertain their
Mr. durance Lloyd, will leave on
Monday for New York. From there
he sails for Europe nextj week. He
will take in the Paris Exposition,
visit London and the principal points
of interest on the Continent. He goes
equipped with a supply of Thomas-
ville pamphlets. Ho will leave one
of them on top of the Eiffel fbwer.
Mr. Lloyd’s Thomasville friends will
join us, heartily, in wishing for him a
pleasant summer in the old World,
and a safe return to Thomasville
when the “leaves begin to turn”
Mr. I'M J. McKee, of McRce, Ga.,
passed through the city yesterday on
route to Monte/.uma, after a couple
of prisoners, who will' he put to work
at his father’s convict camp in
Attention is called to the notico
the that 'Mr. George Fcarn will
sell a lot of fruit evaporators at
auction Saturday July 6th. The
fruit scasonis on us and there is no
better way to dispose of the surplus
than evaporating it. Att- nd the sale.
, At the Methodist Church.
Dr. T. E. Smilh, who preaches the
commencement sermon at South Geor
gia college this morning, will preach
at the Methodist church this evening
at 8 o’clock. All the congregations
will attend these service, as the pulpits
of the other churches will not be filled.
Editor Moody, of the Boston World,
was in town yesterday.
Conductor Ward will spend Sunday
County court will be in session to
morrow. Several cases are on docket.
Miss Nettie Rudd, of Monticello,
spent last night in the city, the guest
Mr. J. O. Lewis, conductor on the
A. P. & L. Ry., and family, arrived
last night, and are the guests of Mr.
Arthur Pinson and family.
Mr. Tliad Reese returned last night
from Buena Vista and Amcricus.
Col. A. T. McIntyre returned last
night from the meeting of the Board
of Trustees of the State University, at
Mr. Ileppic, who formerly kept a
restaurant here, has located in Boston.
Go to the South Georgia College
this morning and hear the commence
Miss India Hunter, of Joneslwr
arrived yesterday afternoon, and w
bo the guest of her sister, Mrs. Love
Wilder, at the Stuart, for sometime.
Rev. T. E. Smith, of Cedar Keys,
Fla., nnivecj yesterday, and is the
guests of Mr. Samuel J. Casscls. Mr.
Smith and Mr. Casscls were at col
Patronize Home industries.
The Timks-Entehpulsk of yester
day had a notice that Mess. Snodgrass
it Smith were making pear crates of
splendid quality. Two prominent
shippers have pronounced them the
best they have ever seen, as they arc
light, well ventilated and make an
exceedingly handsomo package.
These gentlemen are prepared to
compete with prices from any point,
and pear shippers should make it a
point to give them their patronage.
Call at Thomasville Mills and see
these Thomasville made crates.
THE PEAK SHIPPERS.
We are making the best pear crates
in the country; strong, light ami well
ventilated. Call and sec thorn.
SvmnitAss & Smith,
d 2tl I w Thomasville Mills.
Wo aro tamiliac with the style of
orates needed by pear shippers, ami
wc arc now turning ottL just what
they want. We are prepared to (ill
orders for any quautity,
6 23 lw Thomasville Mills.
HELD & CULPEPPER’S:
120-122 Broad St., - Thomasville, Ga’
:School and Blank Books, Stationery,:
Of every style. Pianos and Organs, Sheet Music, Etc.
<1 BEAR IN' M I NTT> l>
-THAT THEY HAVE THE-
Handsomest and Best kept Drug Store
Where you can fiml fresh nml pure chugs and get prescriptions compounded at all hours,
day or night, by competent Pharmacists. They use only Squibb’s preparations in the
prescription department and guarantee goods and prices.
1SEII) A CULPEPPER, 120-133 Broad St.
L. STEYERMM & BRO.’S.
T-wo Cases o
At 3 1-2 Cents per Yard.
RHUSAENA BER THE PLACE:
T j. SteyermaxL & Bro.’s.
One Case 4-4 Bleaching At 6 1-So.
Our Bargains the talk of the town,
petition completely baffled.
fjE3gr I ’C;ill tiiul ho convinced.
L. STEYERMAN & BRO.,
. L. SCHMIDT, Proprietor.
Headquarters for pure -.urbonated bever
ages, a! wholesale and retail. Host soda
water with pure fruit juice flavors.
Ice Cream Parlors
Specially fitted up for the ueeomniodatii
of the Ladies.
draught also, the
Nu.i-ntfoholle, delicious, cooling, vitalizing.
A NERVE TONIC. This delightful bever
age is not only the most palatable drink
ever dispensed from the soda fountain, but
isas well a perfect tonic and system vitalizer.
ft improves the appetite, aid* digestion and
maintains the normal tone of healthv func-
the nutritious properties
of pure fruit juices, combined with the ex
tract from a small tropical plant found in
lower Mexico, of which the medicinal prop
erties are invaluable, and its favor delicious.
It Cannot lie Used to Excess.
Not a foaming gas drink, causing belching
of wind and unpleasant effects after drink
ing. No etheral extracts or liquors, but a
solid thirst-quenching, delicious drink; an
extremely pleasant and efficient tonic, over
which nine out often persons arc cu’lmsius-
tic with praise.
Everybody Likes It,
Everybody Wants H,
Everybody Drinks It.
“ 1*111'I Ml/.,’ the finest beverage in the
Tliomasville Buttling Works.
The K|iisc,q«it iicitorv, on McLean Ave-
. i’ossessiuii given : a on. e. Apply to
Iikv. c. I, LvKovhk,
Shoes, lints, Leather ami such
2ooi!, sold clica[i at Pickett's to make
room for cliea[i groceries.
Big line ot men's shoes at •'fl.UO at
Summer Excursion Hates
I’ASSKMiKR Dl*’T 8. F. & W. Kv. f
Thomasville, Ga., Is; June, 1885.
Alexander, N, C
All Healing Springs, N. G\.
Asheville, N. C
Black Mountain, N.C
Big Tunnel, Va
Blue Ridge, Va..
J 7 40
Cumberland Falls, Ky 23 05
Flat Rock, N. C 22 50
French Lick Springs, Ind.. via Mont
gomery 36 75
Gainesville, Ga M 95
HendersonviMe, N. r 22 70
Hickory, N. <’ 23 50
Hot Springs, Va... 40 50
Eola, Ga 15 CO
Luray Caverns 35 85
Marietta, (ia 13 30
Marion, N.C 24 05
Mount Airy, Ga 16 3o
Newport News, Va 37 30
Niagara Falls, N. V. via Cincinnati... 45 55
Norfolk, Va 37 30
Old Point Comfort, Va. via A. 0. L.... 30 30
Powder Springs, Ga 13 45
Spartanburg, S. C
Tate Springs (Morristown)
Tallulah Falls, Ga
Tryon, N. C
Walhalla, S. C. •
Warm Springs, Ga
West Baden Springs, Ind., via Mont-
White Sulphur Springs, Ga
White Sulphur Springs, West Va 34 50
Tickets on sale June 1st to September 30tb,
1880. Good to return not later than Octo
ber .‘list, 1880.
The above named points are only a few of
the Summer resorts 10 which tickets arc
Should parties desire information in re
gard to places not turned in the above list,
* will cheerfully give it to them.’
F. M. Van DYKE,
Passenger it Ticket Agent,
W. P. HARDEE,
Gen. Passenger Agent,
Fife & Beverly
AND ALL KINDS OF
ro prepared to furnish anyth]
0 Li mblu Lime, We make a a
Mouldings, Turned ScrollWork.
Tho most cl* borate designs will he faithful
!y and correctly executed. Wo operate tho
best equipped mills, and carry the largest
stock of so tsoned lumber la Southern Geor
gla. Parti )« wanting lumber wlllaavo money
by consulting us before placing their orders*
FIFE & BIYEEL1