■ 4, ■
Preparatory to go
ing' North for oui* Fall
stocl^ we will offer for
the next 30 days
Please notice the
following as a sample:
3 eases fast colors
Muslin at 3 cts., for
mer price 5 cts i
2 cases fast colors at
5 cts., former price 8
100 pieces fine
Ginghams at r 10 cts.,
former prices 12 1-2
and f5 cts.
20 pieces combina
tion French ginghams
at 15 e., former price
15 pieces Scotch
Zephyr Ginghams at
20 cents, former price
30 to 45 cents.
Special cut in White Dress
Goods (wash goods) at prices
which arc sure to make you
Everything in both stores at
greatly reduced prices in order
to make plenty rcom for our
heavy fall purchases.
About lf)00 suits clothing
that must and shall he sold re
gardless of price or protit. If
yoli want good, genuine bar
gains call and see us.
Leaders of Styles ami Low Prices.
109 & 111 BROAD ST
THE DAILY TIMES-ENTERPRISE.
ALBERT WINTER, City Editor.
THURSDAY, JULY 18, 1889.
Fa*t mail for Savannah Ar... 9‘25 a m
•• “ “ “ Lv...1240pm
‘ “from “ Ar... 131pm
“ “ for Chattahoochee hr,.. 200 pm
Train for Albany Lv... 9 30 am
“ from “ Ar... 5 20pm
“ “ •* for Savannah Lv... 0 50pm
Freight ami accom. from Wayc..Ar... 3 45 p m
•• “ •* for “ Lr... 8 40am
“ “ “ “ Chatt. Lv... 4 45pm
“ *• v from Chatt. Ar... 7 15am
“ “ " for Albany Lv... 4 25pm
from “ Ar... 7 55am
TIIOMASVILLR ANI) MONTICELLO.
Freight accoro. for Monticello Lv.. .8 45 a m
“ “ from “ ....Ar...6 20p m
Fast mail for . " ....Lv...206 p m
“ “ from “ ....Ar..1210pm
SIGNAL SERVICE BUREAU
R. Thomas Jr's - 126 Broad Sired.
O. S. Bondurant Vounteor Observer
Weather Bulletin for the 24 hours ending
HIV o’clock 1*. M July 17, 1889.
7 ». in 80
2 p. in 90
7 p. in 7G
Maximum for 24 hours 92
Minimum 11 “ “ 72
lion. Isaac Alderman, from the
17th, was in the city yesterday.
Mr. M. M. Blanton says the people
of Colquitt county arc ripe for a rail
Mrs. H. J. Ward and Miss Fannie
Everett, who have been visiting
friends in Brunswick, have returned.
Miss Odessa Morris, of Atlanta, is
in the city, the guest of Mr. and Mrs.
S. T. Young, Jackson street.
Mr. W. J. Dickey of Iamonia was
in town yesterday. Mr. D. is one of
the standard farmers of the county.
Mr. T. C. Mitchell, who is a pretty
close observer, says the present pros
pect for a cotton crop in Thomas is
Bryan Wright will take in Old
Point Comfort and other resorts be
fore returning home. He will return
early in August.
Mr. F. N. Lohonstcin has hung his
banner on the outer wall. “Clothing
at Rock Bottom Prices” -is inscribed
Mr. S. It. VanDnzer left New
York on yesterday for Thomosville.
Ho will arrive here to-day or to-mor
Mrs.-M. J. Davis, Misses Mattie
and Marion Davis, leave to-night for
New York City, where they will
spend some weeks.
J. I,. & W. A. Pringle arc selling
the handsomest peaches brought to this
market this season. They were grown
Miss Katie Ball leaves to-day for a
visit to iicr old home, near (Juiucy.
She will be absent about a month, nnd
will visit Tallahassee oil her return.
Everybody was complaining of the
heat yesterday, nnd yet the mercury
only registered !)0. We shall see what
the cotton belt bulletin gives us.
The Messrs. Pringle are selling the
(Quincy cigars. These cigars are made
of the celebrated Gadsden county
tolincco, nnd arc almost equnl to im
Messrs. L. F. Thompson & Co.,
nrc having a big run on their pear
crates. • They made preparations to
supply this whole section, and their
stock ia going off rapidly.
Mr. George Byington, special agent
for the Mutual Life Insurance Comp
any of New York, has placed quite a
number of policies here, during his
Dr. McIntosh will leave New York
on the ‘20th. He will come home by
way of the west, arriving here about
the last of the month. *
The friends of Mr. J. W. Masury
will regret to learn that he has been
quite seriously indisposed since his
arrival at "his country home, Center
Moriches, Long Island. He is now
The watermelon department of the
Timks-Enterprisk acknowledges a
splendid Jones melon, with the com
pliments of Mr. Tcnnison, of Pelham.
The gentleman will please accept nu
• Mr. B. F. Teague, traveler for the
Morgan & Ilanuolton company, pa
per dealers, Nashville, Tcnn., was iu
the city yesterday. Mr. Teague is
well known to the paper trade of this
section, ns ho has been on the load
hero'for a number of years,
ty I y'
A Souvenir of Ihe War.
Mr. T. N. Hopking gave a Times-
ExTKitntrsK reporter, yesterday, a
souvenir of the war that is interesting,
as showing the straits to which the
people of Gcorgiu were reduced on
account of the blockade.
The souvenir is an order from Gov.
Brown for the distribution of cotton
cards in Thomas county. The paper
on which the order is written would
not compare with the modern prod
ucts of the mills, but it is in a fine
state of preservation.
The few factories locatcd.in the state
when hostilities were begun, were alto
gether inadequate to supply the de
mand for cloth, atfd the few thousands
of yards that found their way into the
country did blit little to supply the
demand. The good wives, mothers
and daughters of the men who were
nt tho front brought out the old-fash
ioned cotton cards, and looms that
had been thrown into the lumber
rooms for a score of years were to do
their duty towards clothing the men
in the field and those that' were left
behind. Cotton cards commanded an
almost fabulous price and only the
rich were aide to buy them. -Early in
the year 1865, and only a few months
before tho war closed, the state of
Georgia received a heavy shipment of
these cards, and March 8th, of the
same year, the General Assembly of
the state passed a resolution instruct
ing Gov. Brown to distribute them to
the poor of the several counties in the
Btate, under the direction of the
Judges of the Inferior Court, only
charging enough to pay actual cost.
The Judges of the Inferior Court
for Thomas county were R. II, Hard
away, P. E. Love and Henry Mitch
ell, with Lobbcus Dekle as clerk. Mr.
Croskcy Royal was appointed agent
to distribute the 114 pairs allowed to
It would he interesting to know if
any of the Confederate cotton cards
arc still in existence ?
The Thomasvillo National Bank.
We publish this morning ihe report
of the Thomasvillo National Bank, as
called for by tho Comptroller of Cur
rency, at the close of business," Friday,
July 12th. The report is a very
Foh tho six months ending July 1st
inst., over 89,000 have Icon added to
the surplus, from the profits for the
The loans and discount account,
8199,12.8.00, is a very line exhibit of
the business of the bank. The deposit
account, 880,000.00, shows that money
is not as close with some people as we
some, times hear.
The officers of the Thomasvillo
National Bank have done well for its
stockholders, and their admirable
management of its finances proves
that they arc eminently worthy of the
trust that has been placed in them.
Mr. S. L. Ilnyes, though one of the
youngest bnnk presidents in the state,
has made a brilliant record ns n finan
cier, and Mr. .lames A. Brandon,
cashier of the National, is i> worthy
coadjutor of the president.
Mr. Willie Rockwell looks careful
ly after his department and collections
nrc not an unimportant item of the
business ofthc Thomosville National.
Mr. J. II. Dorsey, traveling agent
of the Georgia .Southern and Florida
R. II., and who has been in the melon
belt since the season opened, was in
the city yesterday. The new route in
connection with the Georgia Southern
and Florida, the Covington and Ma
con and the Richmond nnd Danville
R. R., to points east and west, has
given satisfaction to shippers. Mr.
Dorsey is endeavoring to establish an
additional all rail route cast for pears,
which will^bc thoroughly appreciated
“Old reliable,” number 0, was one
hour and a half late yesterday after
A beautiful rainbow spanned the
southern horizon yesterday evening at
5 o’clock. In the west the sun shone
through a watery veil.
A. P. Rickets, Esq., ol Chattanoo
ga, formerly a merchant at this place,
was in the city yesterday returning
from a trip through the north, where
he has been with a large consignment
of watermelons. He is in the fruit
business at Chattanooga and shipped,
last week, a train load of watermelons
to Northern cities, disposing of them
in Ohio, New York, Michigan and
Canada. It is said to be the largest
shipment of melons eyer made by any
one man at one time. His trip was a
financial success.—I4ba»on (Ky.)
Mr. Rickets had the foresight to
advertise in the Times-Enterprise,
and we ate not astonished that he is
doing a large business.
The Thomasville National Hank,
Thumaavillc, iu the State of Ga., at
the close of business, Fri
day, July 12, 1889.
Loans and discounts $199,122.91
T. S. Bonds to secure circula
Othrr stocks, Bonds, and mort
Due from approved reserve
Due from oilier National Banks.. 121.11
Due from State Banks and bank
Beal estate, furniture, and fix
Current expenses ami taxes
Premiums paid 1,593.75
Cheeks and other cash items 92.05
Bills of other Banks GGo.OO
Fractional paper currency, nick
els anil cents 29.55
Legal-tender notes 1,250.00
Redemption fund with V. S.
Treasurer (5 per cent, of
/./.I HII.l TJns.
•Capital slock paid in $100,000.00
Surplus fund 22,250.00
I'ndivided profits 582.74
National Bank notes outstand
Individual deposits subject to
Demand eertifea’cs of deposit.. 188 00
Time certilic ites of deposit 2.725.00
Due to oilier National Hanks 8 11.20
Due to State Banks and Bankers 120,04
Notes and Bills re-discounted... . 28,751.02
State ok Georgia, County of Thomas, ss:
I, .fas. A. Brandon, ('ashler of the above
named bank, do solemnly sweat that the
above statement is true to the best of my
knowledge and belief. .
JAS. A. BRANDON. CashieiC
Subscribed and sworn to before me this
ITtli dav of July, 1889.
A.C. DAVENPORT, Notv Public,
Thomas County, Ga.
S. L. Hayks, |
S. Stkvkrman, l Directors,
T. J. BALL. J
Five Room Cottage on Lov
Warren street, at $12.50 per
Nov. 1, 1889. Apply to
New York dailies, Tmtrtu. World. Tril
nnd Herald, Macon Telegraph and Atlanta
and Savannah dailies, every day.
Mi ss addik McClelland,
Jackson St ret
lJon’1 fitilfo li‘y n can of Pickett's
Royal linking Powders; guaranteed
second to nono in quality. I lb cans
Grits are just ns'cheap as ever at
Pickett liasjnsl received a nice, lot
of Ml. Vermin Boneless Bacon and
Shoulders. Call and see them.
Come and get a can of l’iekelt's
Royal linking Pcuvdeiyuid If it doesn't
give von satisfaction your money will
Do yon want a barrel of llonr? If
so, come np town soon in Ihe morn
ing. fall on everybody who handles
the article, get their lowest cash
prices, Jew tlii-ni, make them cut al
each other, and I lien come to l'ii ki ll's
and buy il 50 rents cheaper than their
There is an end to all things, so the
people sny, but them is no end tifthc
splendid lilting clothing made at SI
broad street. Cleaning uml repairing
done in tho neatest manner. Give me
a call John Kenny.
Cabbage, Turnips, beets, Lettuce, At.
S. J. t’AS.SKI.S.
I is llroad Ft.
CATARRH CURED, health and sweet
breath seen red, by Sliilul ‘s Catarrh Remedy,
Priee r>« e< nts. Nasal Injector tree
.1 HUSKY MII.K.
bartics desiring fresh, pure Jersey milk,
from Jersey Falla, IVill be supplied,* in any
i|imnlilv, delivered, mi Application In. nr by
April HI, 1810.
The Fudge house, below the .Masury lin
tel, is lor rent. Apply to
Ii-I9 K..M. MALI.KTTK.
TAKE A REST.
Excursion tickets at low rates will be
sold to all summer resorts throughout the
country hv the East Tennessee, Virginia and
Georgia Railway, commencing Jane 1st,
good to return on or before October 91st.
Fast train service with 1'iillnian ears.
II. W. WRF.NN,
Gen. bass, and Tick it Ag
My little boy five years old, was at
tacked with a disease for which the
doctors had no name. The nails came
off to the middle joint. Por three
years-under various kinds ot treatment
ironmiany physicians, he suffered ter
ribly and got no better. I began the
use ol Swift’s Specific a short time ago,
and he is getting well.
Took Three HoUIcm.
I suffered greatly with blood poison
for a number of years. After taking
Swift’s Specific I was entirely cured,
I only took three bottles.
Jamaica, L. 1.
NOT A PIMPLE ON HIN NOW.
Rad avItil Kxjermn. Hair nil! (Joiip,
Scalp covrml with eruption*,Tlioiii;li(
lain linir would u.»Ver crow. tJorctl hy
rcaicdiPM. Ifnir uplcndid .and not n
pimple on him,
I cannot say enough in praisc'of the Cuticura
Remedies. Mv liqy, who when ono year of
ago, was so hail with eczema that he lost ail his
hair. His unalp was covered with eruptions,
which the doctors said was scald head, and
that his hair would nevcrcrow again. Despair
ing of a cure from physicians I began tlio use
of Cuticura Remedies, and, am happy to say,
with the most perfect success. His hair is now
splendid and there is not a pimple on him. I
recommond 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 afflicted child will
thank me for so doing*
Nrs. M K. WOODSUM, Norway Me
A Fever Wore Fight Ycnrs Cured.
I must extend to you tho thanks of ono of my
customers, who has beeu cured hy using Cutiou-
ra Rentedle*, of an old sore, caused by a long
spell of sickness or fever eight yoars ago, II
was sd bad ho was fearful ho would have b
have Ids leg amputated, but is happy to say ‘lie
is now entirely well,—sound as a dollar. He
requests mo to uso his name, which is II. H.
Cason, merchant of this place.
JOHN V. MINOR, Druggist,
Severe Neale Di*en*e Cured,
A few weeks ago my wife suffered very much
from a cutaneous disease of the* scalp, and re
ceived no relief from the various reinedios sin
used until she tried Cuticura. The disease
dromptiy yielded to tins treatment, and in a
short while she was entirely well. There has
been no return or tho disease and Cuticura
ranks \o^l in our estimation for diseases of the
Are a positive cure
scalp, and hleod disea:
pimples to serofular, i
for every form of skin,
its, with loss of hair, from
scept possibly itchtliye
Si.; Resolvent, $1. Prepared by
Drug and Chemical Co., Boston, Mas
L EVERY MUSCLE ACHED
Sharp aches, Dull Rains, Strains
and weaknesses relieved in one min-
ute by l.he Cuticura Anti-Rain Plas
ter. TiieTirst and only instantaneous pain-kill-
, strengthening plaster. Si coin-*.
Second lnind sucks—out sacks—will he
purchased on delivery nt the Lutoniu Ice
Factory. W. S. KKKFER,
july 17-31 Manager.
Instead of feeling tired and worn out, in
stead ot aches and pains, wouldn’t you rather
feel strong? If von continue feeling miser
able and good-for-nothing you have only
yourself to blame, for Brown’s Iron Bitters
will suyely cure you. It is a certain cu c
for dyspepsia, indigestion, malaria, week
lies?, kidney, lung and heart affections.
Try it if you desire to he healthy, robust
and strong, and experience its remarkable
A Woman's Discovery.
“Another wonderful discovery lias been
made ami that too by a lady in this comity.
Disease fastened its clutch upon her and for
sewn years she withstood its severest tests,
hut her vital organs were undermined iftid
death seemed imminent. For three months
she coughed incessantly and could not sleep.,
She bought a bottle of Dr. King’s New Dis
covery lor Consumption and was so much
relieved on taking the first dose that she
slept all night and with one bottle lias been
miraculously cured. Her name is Mrs.
Luther Lutz.” Thus writes W. C. Hamrick
& Co., of Shelby, N. C.—Get a tree trial
bottle at S. J. Cussed's drug store.
AN ARKANSAS SIIAKKIL
“Wall, old feller, udial's (lie mai
“Only a little ajrur, stranger, but I
thought I would shake myself out cr
’Tve ha.I 'em myself, friend ; I Ink
Westmoreland's Oalbaya Touie and I
never have a shake.”
Good advice to the friend who was
shaking is implied in Ihe friend’s re
ply. A’o rhsc of malaria has ever been
found which halllcd its curative pow
ers, and one physician has success
fully used it in the treatment of ty
phoid lever. It cods $1 00 a bottle
and one or two ho llos will slop (lie
fever. Huy it of your druggist.
Furniture, Carets, Bedding, Children s
Carriages. Wall Paper and Window Shades
•Straw mattings, Rugs, etc. The best style,
and !t>ur.-t. prices i'l tile cite.
gku, \V. furres,
9-1 l-wjl .i'l Mnsury Rudding-
■ lie Vi nllcl LTmninialli.
W. O.Sull. Hrnggi.H, llippu.s. In,|„ lerli-
lie-, -I can rc uiiimcii.l i-ilectrie EiIters ns
I lie t cry lest _rcnie.lv. Every Imttlc-.dd
lias pi\en rellt-l in every ens . One innn
took -i \ kettles nil,I was enrol „f rlieuiiin-
tisin ut* in irnr.-s ulmnling." Alirnlnini Ilnrc,
druggist, Relit ill. ohi„ nllirm.-: “The In-si
-telling medicine I Imie ever linn,He,I in my
■Jii years'experi,-n, c. i- Kir, In, Hitters/'
Tbou.samls ,,f ethers have a,hie,I their testi
mony, s<< that the w rdir-t is mineimetis that
Klcciri,- Hitlers ,i„ ,-nre nil .liseaws „f the
Liver, Khliicys or lileoil. One •li.llnr a I,ot-
tle at S. .1. Cnssel s I>roe store. #
When I moved to Lower Broad
friends warned me that my Luisiiics.-)
would decrease. “It is too far from
the business portion of the street, and
out of the way for a millinery stand.”
I determined that if lirst-class
goods at lowest prices, with polite at
tention to every one, had any merit,
the people would come and my busi
ness not suffer. The facts sustain me;
my books show an increase this mouth
over the same period in July, 1888.
Low prices is the secret. People
like to save money, and millinery
buyers are satisfied that Ixiwer Broad
is not so far away, and the amount
saved on every dollar’s purchase am
ply compensates for about 50 yards
Mrs. .3ciinic Carroll,
Lower Broad Milliner.
C. H. Young & Co.,
Having ;i Large Stock of
GOATS AND VESTS
For summer wear,
are now offering them
Regardless of Cost,
to close out, so as to
make room for fall
Our stock of
is very large, first-
class and of varied
assortment. We shall
be pleased to show
our goods to all who
will favor us with a
call, and guarantee
Our stock of
is always kept full
and of tlio latest nov
elties, as well as stan
dard goods. Get
Glothieif. and Furnishers,
lOO Broad St., TkomasriUe, Ga,