ALBERT WINTER, City Editor.
SATCRDAV JULY 6,1889
Fast mail for Savannah Ar... 9 25 a m
“ Lt. . .12 40 p m
n ** Ar... 1 31 p m
.. Chattahoochee Lt. ..*200 p m
Albany Lv... 9 30am
•• Ar... 620p m
** “ for Savannah Lv... 6 60pm
igltt ami accoiu. from Wayc..Ar... 3 45pm
•• “ “ for “ Lr... 8 40 am
“ “ •“ “ Cliatt. Lt.. . 4 45 p m
“ »• '• from Chatt. Ar... 7 15 a in
“ “ for Albany Lt... 4 25pm
•* “ *• lroin “ Ar... 7 55am
TIIOMASV1LLE AND MONTICELLO.
Freight accom. for Monticello Lt. . .8 45 a m
from “ ....Ar.. .6 20 p m
“ ... Lt...2 06 p m
“ . . . . Ar . .12 10 p m
Preparatory to go
ing North for our Fall
stock wc will offer for
the next 30 days
Please notice the
following as a sample:
3 cases fast colors
Muslin at 3 cts., for
mer price 5 cts.
2 cases last colors at
5 cts., former price 8
100 pieces fine
Ginghams at 10 cts.,
former prices 12 1-2
and 15 cts.
20 pieces combina
tion French ginghams
at 15 c., former price
15 pieces Scotch
Zephyr Ginghams at
20 cents, Conner price
30 to 15 cents.
Special cut in White Dress
3oocls (wash goods) at prices
ivliich are sure to make you
Everything in both stores at
greatly reduced prices in order
;o make plenty room for our
heavy fall purchases.
About 1500 suits clothing
that must and shall be sold re
gardless of price or profit. If
you want good, genuine bar
gains call and see us.
THE DAILY TIMES-ENTERPRSE.
SIGNAL SERVICE BUREAU
R. Thomas JrY 126 Broad Street.
C. S. Bondurant Vountoer Observer
Weather Bulletin for the 24 hours
nt 7 o’clock I’. M July 1889.
7 p. m
Maximum for 24 hours.,
Minimum “ “ “
Dan II ccht dropped in to sec the
Mr. C. H. White, of Atlanta, is at
Mr. M. J.' Desvergcs, of Savannah,
was in the city yesterday.
How many shares have you taken
in the new railroad?
Leaders of Styles and Low Prices.
109 & 111 BROAD ST
Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Bennett, of
Philadelphia, are at the Stuart.
Rev. W. McF. Alexander, of Bain-
bridge, was at the Stuart yesterday.
Mrs. T. ,T. Bottoms is spending a
few days with relations in Bainbridge.
Supt. A. A. Aveilhe nud son, of
Savannah, were in the city yesterday
Mr. C. K, .Tudsou, of Washington,
I). C , wits in the city yesterday, stop
ping at the Whiddon.
Wc were glad to meet Mr. J. R.
Graves, of Bainbridge, in town yester
Frank Owens, the popular repre
sentative of P. P. 1\, spent the 4th in
Messrs. G, G, Wicker and C. G.
Wicker, Jr., of Chicago, werp at the
Only a few unimportant eases were
beioro the Mayor yesterday morning.
The lines were light.
Dr. J. T. Culpepper returned yes
terday at 1:40 from a hurried business
trip to boston.
Steve Moore, the popular represent
ative ol the E. & P. mills, Columbus,
was in town yesterday.
Rev. and Mrs. R.O. Snnha.e spend
ing several days with friends in the
Willie Linn, the dmramer^boy of the
Guards, looks every inch a soldier, in
his new uniform.
Mr. John L. Brown, of the Romo
R. R. of Georgia, was iu town yester
Messrs. Geo. E. and G. A. Hawes,
of Battle Creek, Mich., were in the
Mr."Walter Campbell has returned
from the couutry, whore he has been
spending some time recuperating.
More rain yesterday. And still the
rain signal floats from the weather
signal (Kile pn JTroad street.
The fourtli was very generally ob
served throughout the country. The
usual number of accidents occurred.
The various brick making estab
lishments around the city have prac
tically suspended operations, on ac
count of the continued rains.
A drunken and disorderly white man
was arrested yesterday by the police.
The arrest created as much excitement
as though a circus had come to town.
We regret to learn that the rain
interfered with the re-union at Bain
bridge Thursday. As it was, some
two thousand people assembled there.
Mrs. Jennie Carroll, on lower Broad
street, has a thrilling picture of the
Conemaugh flood on exhibition in her
window. It is quite large and inter
A large new electric clock was re
ceived at the passenger depot yester
day and placed in position. It is a
self winder, and is the only one of the
kind in the city.
A Bit of Advice.
President Lovejoy, of the South
Georgia College, speaks of making a
tour in the interest of that institution,
during vacation. It will pay him, and
pay the college. There is a large and
inviting territory, east, north and south
of Thomasvtlle, which could be worked
to most excellent advantage, in the
interest of both the colleges here. The
harvest is plentiful, but the laborers
are few. This ought not to be the
case, Thomasville ought to be made
the educational center for a large area.
And it could be, if the proper efforts
were made. Our two colleges, male
and female, are the pride and hope ot
the town, and they should be made to
draw pupils in large numbers from a
distance. While looking alter northern
tourists, building up manufactories,
projecting new railroads, &c , let us
not neglect our educational interests.
Prof. Julius Magath, of Emory Col
lege, and Miss Lila Byrd, of Tallahas
see, Fla., were married at the Metho
dist church, on Monday, July 3rd, 8 p.
m., by Rev. Geo. W. Mathews. The
bridal party reached here at noon on
the 4th and were the guests of the
Stuart hotel. Prof. Magath and his
bride and the clerical gentleman left
yesterday morning via Albany train.
Prof. Magath has been in this coun
try only a few years, but as professor
of Hebrew, German and trench he
occupies a prominent position on the
educational staff of Emorv college.
The Boston and Cairo B. B. Clubs
met in a match game at the latter
place Tuesdav evening. The home
team won by a score ol 14 to 13.
his was the first game of a series
to be played between Boston and
Cairo. The Cairo boys will go to
Boston soon to play game No. 2.
Mr. Albert Hertz, who lias been
with Mr. F. N. Lohnstein of this city,
lor several years, lelt Tnursday for
Tyler, Texas, where he will take a
place with the largest retail dry goods
house of that city. Mr. Hertz, like a’l
Thomasville boys, will take a. good
position in his new home, and the
best wishes of many friends here will
follow him to his new field.
Gathering news was by no means
dry work yesterday, and whether
the result be <lry or not, there was
enough ot moisture in the business to
require the use of an umbrella, Ac.,
Granting that the weather is bad,
still the necessity fur booming the Cor-
dele road stock subsetiptions ought to
come in proportion to llm benefits the
new r road will bring. If this rule did
hold good the full amount needed
would be raised within ten minutes.
The fourth of July is generally pro
lific in cracked crowns and bloody
noses. The returns will ho several
days in coming in.
Rev. Geo. \V. Mathews and Dr. J.
W. Hinton spent Thursday night with
Rev. G. G. N. McDoncli. They left
yesterday morning at 9:39 for their
T,wo citizens of 'lhomasvillo will
leave for New Orleans on the 2
o'clock train to-day. They will see
6hc ffullivan-Kilniitt figifl—A b
Mr. J. S. Peek favors the Times-
Enterfrisf. with a specimen oi his
Thomas melons. It was large, ripe
and exceptionally fine. Thanks, Mr.
Mr. Wyehe Linton brought the
first open boll of cotton to this office
yesterday. He threatens to bring in
a bale of new cotton in two weeks,
Toney Jones, the colored boy
charged with being implicated with
John Anderson, another colored mokp,
in a late robbery, was tried before
Squire Bibb yesterday afternoon. He
was acquitted. Capt. Hammond de
Thomasville is a fortunate town in
many respects, and just now she is
receiving more than her share of the
favors of Jupiter Pluvius. We arc not
selfish, and will willingly divide rain
with our neighbors.
Two New Members.
Two new members were elected to
the Gun Club Thursday afternoon.
Mr. Bryan Wright, who was a mem
ber of the old gun club joined. He
is a fine shot and will he quite an ac
quisition in the coming contests.
The other new member is Master
Jimmie Hopkins, son of Mayor Hop
kins. He is the youngest member of
the club, and no doubt the young
est member of any gun club in the
state. He made a good record yes
terday, by bitting fourteen birds out
of eighteen, thereby tieiug for first
place. Jimmie is a chip of the old
block, and will hold his own with the
members of the club.
Thomasville’s crack military compa-
any turned out on the 4th,in their hand
some new uniforms. In the absence
of Capt. Hansell Lieut. Wilder was in
command. They drilled in their
armory at 9 o’clock in the morning
and again at 4 in the afternoon, in
The field movements and evolutions
in the afternoon were exceptionally
good for a new company. Quite a
crowd were out to witness the drill,
among them being quite a number of
ladies. The parade on Broad St. at
the conclusion of the drill, attracted
quite a crowd. The reporter was par
ticularly struck with the soldierly bear
ing of the members, and the excellent
marching step which characterized
On the Night ofthe Fourth.
The vmtiig gentlemen who took
part in “A Trial By Jury” gave their
young lady friends a delightful party
at the Misses Starke’s, on Thursday
evening. The double parlors were
filled with the belles and beaux of
the town. The Misses Starke had
everything arranged in exquisite
taste, and entertained the party in
charming stylo. Sonic excellent mu
sic was rendered during the evening.
We may mention, without being in
vidious, some charming pieces by Miss
India Hunter and Arts. Luther I*.
['lie refreshments were choice and
iu prolusion. A number of the
Guards were tl-erc in uniform. Not
until after the midnight hour had
tolled did tlu gay revelers disperse.
The nllair was a most decided success,
and was a fitting finale to the (ileus
urea of the “fourth.”
German Next Monday Niglit.
The young gentlemen of the city
will given German Monday night, at
German Hall, complimentary to Miss
India Hunter, who is visiting her sin
ter, Mrs. Love Wilder. It was to
to have been (given last night, hut
was postponed'on account of the in
Killed His Father.
Shcrifl Hurst returned Thursday
from Taylor county, Fla., with Berry
Kitchens, white, who killed his father,
Mr. John Kitchens, in Terrell county,
last September, Sheriff Hurst, assisted
by Sheriff G. W. Colton, of Taylor
county, arrested him and turned him
over to Sheriff Tobc Thornton, to be
taken hack to Terrell county fur trial.
The rainy yyegthey of the (nu-i w eek
lias Interfered seriously with the farm
ers, in the loadin' of melons. Since
Thursday the shipments have been
very light, and another week will
wind up the season.
Judge.Merrill, accompanied by his
daughter, Miss Mamie, Miss Sallic
Hansell and Mrs. Arthur Patten, is
spending some time on St. Simon’s
Island. They will ho joined next week
by Judge Hansell, and Mrs. James
Denham, of Monticello.
Some very handsome fireworks were
set oil on the night of the 4th, at the
intersection of Dawson street and
Remington avenue. Quite a crowd
gathered to witness the display.
The Gun Club.
.The gentlemen constituing the Gun
Club celebrated the fourth at their
shooting grounds in East End, by a
series of matches. Some very’ good
shooting was (lone by members, as
well as by some amateurs, who took
part. The scores are. too voluminous
to give. Besides, some of the boys
perhaps would not feel flattered
to sec their scores in print.
The following gentlemen took prize
money: Messrs. W. L. Mitchell, C.
II. Young, G. W. Henderson, II. W.
Hopkins, Bryan Wright, Drs. Cul
pepper and White, and Master Jim
mie Ilopkins, The club returned to
town about noon, several of them
with sore shoulders.
The Thomas County Alliance met
at the court house, on Thursday.
‘What did you do?” The reporter
asked a leading member of the order,
‘Nothing which I can tell you,” the
gentleman replied, after a moments
hesitation. “However,” he continued
“wc are going to ask the merchants to
eo-operate with us in fighting the in
famous jute trust, and wc hope they
will do so.” The Alliance men are
in earnest in this matter. They will
receive the thanks of the cottou grow
ers all over the South, if they down
the trust. Ami wc sincerely hope
they’ll do it.
■ In many instaiu-cs it lias 1 >fcn proven that
It. It. It, (Itotanie Ulooil iialin) made by Blood
Balm Co. Atlanta, (in., will care hloml pois
on in its worse phases, even when all other
A. P. Itrnnson, Atlanta, writes: “Iliad
2 1 running Hirers on one leg and 6 on the
Ollier, andTvil greatly prostrated. I .believe
I neuniilv swallowed a barrel of medicine in
lain elloYts 10 rare tin; disease. With little
hope | finally aeted upon the urgent advice
of a friend and got a buttle ol It. It. B. I
experienced a change, and my despondency
was somewhat dispelled. I kept using it
until I had taken .-ivteen bottles, and all the
ulcers, rheumati.an and all Ollier llo-rors of
blood poison have disappeared, and ut last I
am sound and wi ll again,after an experience
of twenty years of torture.”
Robert Ward, Mn.vey, (in., writes: “My
disease was pt- innums-d a tertiary form of
1,1,11,4 Iinismi. My fare, head and shoulders
wen- a mass of and linallj the
disease began t-uliug my skull bones. My
liones ached: mv kidneys were deranged; I
lost Ile-h, and life became a burden. All
said 1 HIHSI die, bill nevertheless, when I laid
used toil hollies of It. I!. It. 1 was pronounc
ed well. Ilundicds of sears can now be seen
on me. I 1 nvc now been well over twelve
Strength to-vigorously push <1 busi
ness, strength to study for 11 profession,
.strength to reguluto a household,
strength to do a day's labor without
physical pain. Do you doslro strength?
If you arc broken down, have no energy,
loul as it lift; was hardly worth living,
you can bo relieved anil restored to ro
bust health and strength by taking
Brown's Iron Miters, a suio euro for
dyspepsia, malaria weakness and all' dis
eases requiring a true, reliable, tonic.' It
nets on the blood, nerves and muscles,
and regulates every part ot the system.
We desire to say to our citizens, that for
years we have been selling Dr. King's New
Discovery tur Cm sumption, Dr. King’s New
Life Pills, Jiucklcn's Arnica Salve and Elec
tric Milters, and have never bandied reme
dies that sell ns well, or that have given
such universal satisfaction. Wc do not hesi
tate to guarantee diem every time and we
stand ready to refund the purchase price, if
satisfactory results do not follow their use.
These remedies have won their great popu
larity purely on their merits.
S. J. I’A'Sm.s’ Drug store.
Mottle one has predicted that it will
rain every day this month. Point out
the man; let swift, aud sure punish-
meut be inflicted upon him.
Judge Hopkins is in receipt of a
letter from Mr. S, U. Van 1 Inzer, say
ing that lie will be here soon, and
will spend a few days in Thomasville.
Frank Anderson, colored, charged
with wife heating, was lined S2o, or
six monlhj oil the chain gang, by
Judge Mitchell in his court yesterday.
Anderson will have to ante or shovel
President Woolfolk, of tlie Alabama
Midland, was at the Stuait yesterday.
He left on a special train for Bain
bridge during the forenoon.
NOT A PIMPLE ON HIM NOW.
find with Exzemn. Unlr nil Gone.
Scalp covered with craptlons.Tlionaht
hi. hnir would noVer grow, llindtr
rcmcdlm*. llnir .plendid :«ad mot a
pimple on him.
I cannot say enough in pralso of the Cuticura
Remedies. My boy, who when one year of
age, wom so bad with eczema that he Joet all ms
hair. His scalp was covered with
which the doctors said was scald L—
pan the use
iappy to say,
with the most perfect success. His hair to now
splendid and there is not a pimple on him. I
recommend the Cuticura llemedles as the most
speedy, economical, and sure cure for skin dis
eases of infants and children, and feel tMt ev
ery mother who has an afflicted child wul
thank me for so doing.
Nrs. M E. WOODSUM, Norway, Me
A Fcrer More Eight Years Cared.
I must extend to you the thanks of on© ^of my
customers, who has bcon cured by using Coticu-
ra Remedies, of an old sore, caused by (a lone
spell of sickness or fever eight yoars ago. He
was so bad ho was fearfnl be would hat© to
have bis leg amputated, but Is happy to say he
is uow entirely well,—sound as a dollar. He
requests me to use his name, which Is H. H.
Cason, merchant of this place.
’ JOHN V. MINOR, Druggist,
Severe Scale Disease Cared,
A few weeks ago ray wife suffered very much
from a cutaneous disease of the scalp, ’.and re
ceived no relief from the various remedios shO
used until she tried Cuticura. The disease
Promptly yielded to this treatment, and In a
short whllo she was entirely well. There has
been no return of the disease and Cuticura
ranks sro. 1 in our estimation for diseases of th©
skin. * Rev. J. l’RKHSLKY BARRETT,D« D»
Raleigh, N. C. M~m
Cnlicura Remedies 1
Arc a positive cure for every Form of skin,
scalp, ami blood diseases, with lowof hair, from
pimples to scrofular, except possibly itchthyo-
Sold everywhere. Price, Cuticura, 5oc.; Soap,
25.; Resolvent, $1. Prepared by the Potter
Drug and Chemical Co., Boston, Mass.
g*jjf*-Send for “How to Cure Skin Diseases,’*
04 pages, 50 illustrations, and 100 testimonials.
g^SUnTaml^ipI^erved and beautF
1 flcn by Cuticura Soap. Absolutely
EVERY MUSCLE ACHED?
Sharp aches, Dull Pains, Strains
anti weaknesses relieved in one min-
utr by the Cuticura Anti-Fain Plas-
Tho ilrst and only instantaneous pain-kill
ing, strengthening plaster. 25 cents.
There* hi an end to all things, so tlio
people say, hut there is no end to the
splendid lining clothing made at SI
Broad street. Cleaning and repairing
done in the neatest manner. Give me
a call John Kenny.
Fop the next GO days I will
sell any article in my stock at
the lowest prices ever known
in the millinery business of
Here tire samples: Straw
Hats, all shapes and colors,
selling at from 50 cents to $1,
your choice at 20c. Ribbons,
sold everywhere at 50c. 75c.
and $1, your choice at 25c.,
35c. and 50c. Plumes and
feathers, milliners’ prices $1,
$2 and $3, you may have at
50c., §1 and $1.50. Bunch
flowers and sprays, price else
where 75c., $1.25 and $2; your
choice for 40c., 05c. anti $i.
Black hose, fast colors, 25c. per
pair. Towels 2c. each. Hand
kerchiefs 5c. to 10c., worth 20c.
My styles arc latest, stock
fresh, prices incomparable.
Ladies from the country will
And it p irticularly to their in-
tercst to call. Leave your
wraps and packages at my
store; will take good care of
them, and be glad to seo you
whether you purchase from
me or not.
^Ir.N. Jennie Carroll,
Lower Broad Milliner.
A WIDOW’S WEEDS.
Wliyhsa widow like a gardener? Slid
ti itoi to get liil of tier wcediJ- If she was
trying to got rid of that hanking cough
ami pains in her chest slio would use
Tudor's Cherokee llumcd) otSwcetGum
TO A PARENT.
Why is a riddle which is very clearly
discovered like a letter written by a child
to its mother? It is too apparent (to a
parent.) It is apparent to every mother
who has cured her child of croup; with
Taylor’s Cherokee Remedy of Sweet
Gum and Mullein that it should bo kept
by all parents.
Nnlmni, hereby given Hull all par
ties are prohibited from limiting on
our lands around and near Linton
lake. Tiiis includes all the land wo
own. A. T. Mi Intyiik, Jit.,
II. .1. M. l ST VUE.
N. S. Eaires,
CONTRACTOR and BUILDER
£1 will bo glad to mako contracts fot the
construction of all clauses of buildings, pub
lie au«l private, In either brick or wood.
I will guarantee In every instance to
giro satisfaction. Designs and plans drawn
und careful ustlmntcsmade.
Mv Motto—Good, honest work at fair
prices. If you want any building douo call
on me. I will submit estimates whether
contract Is awarded mo or not. I refer to
the mauy public buildings erected by me In
Thomasville and elsewherfl Mid all parties
tor whom I have worked
Reynolds, Hargraie & Davis,[[Prop'rs.
liOUGlt & DRESSED
OFFICE, CIWRCH & STORE,
B|\Yire Screen Doors and Windows," Sash,
Doors and Blinds
* TO ORDER.
AND INSIDE HARDWOOD FINISH A
Cabbage,Thrnipt, Be«ti, Lettuce, 4c.
S. J. CASSEL!
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