Ni Old Now!
WE MUST HAVE!
Our buyer, Mr. C.
Wollf, is now in New
York, where he will
spend about 6 weeks
looking up the new
est and most desirable
goods on the market
for our fall and win
No Pains, Time or
will be spared to ob
tain the very latest
Dress Goods Novelties.
This department, as every
one knows, is our “hobby,”
and we confidently promise to
show the ladies of Thomasvillc
the most elegant fabrics ever
placed on sale in this city.
No department of our busi
ness shall be neglected, but
each one filled with everything
So we advise yhu to wait and
sec our stock before making
any purchase whatever of fall
and win er goods. The ex
treme novelties arc just com
ing into the Eastern markets,
and our buyers will
You arc invited to come and buy
what you want in Summer Materials
At Your Own Price,
As we arc determined not to pack up
any summer stock at all, provided
will move what wc have left.
You will positively save moucy
buying of us all the dry goods you
need during the remaiuder of “the
heated term.” Favor us with a call.
H. Wolf) & Bro.,
Leaders of Styles and Low Prices.
109 & 111 BROAD ST
THE DAILY TIMES-ENTERPRISE.
ALBERT WINTER, City Editor.
TllVItSDAV, AUGUST 8, 1889
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Freight and accom. from Waye.. Ar... 3 45 p m
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THOMASVILLE AND MONTICELLO.
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SIGNAL SERVICE BUREAU
K. Thomas Jr’s' 126 Broad Sired.
C. S. Bondurant Vounteer Observer
Weather Itulletin for the 24 hours ending
at 7 o’clock P. M Angust 7, 1889.
7 a. "a
Maximum for 24 hours .' 92
Minimum " “ “ 71
Abe Simon, of Mofiticello, was in
Hon. John E. Donaldson, of Bain-
bridge, was among the guests of the
Stuart last night.
Read what E. M. Mallctte has to
say about renting houses, rooms aud
farms, in his renl estate column.
Mrs. and Miss Mamie Kottman, left
yesterday morning for a visit of
several weeks, to friends in Milledge-
Miss Tadie Jones left yesterday on
the fast mail for Valdosta, where she
will make an extended visit to Iriends
and relatives. .
Miss Minnie Evans nnd little sister
went, up to Camilla yesterday on a
short visit to the family of Rev. J. II.
The tin roof is being put on the
Gulf house. Mr. Gunn says lie will
turn over the keys to the lessee, Mr.
Philpot, by the list of October—or
Mr C. T. Carroll and wife ol Mon
ticello, were at the Stuart last night.
Mr. Carroll, who is a prominent mer
chant in his town will leave this morn
ing tor New York.
Something over toity dollars was
realized at the lawn party, on Tuesday
night. Very good. And then some
of the participants had a hundred and
folly dollars worth'ol enjoyment.
An interesting and readable letter
in to days paper, from our old friend,
and quondam European correspon
dent, Dr. G. Q Colton. He is fishing
at the Isle of Shoals, ir. 120 Icct water
and catching piles of fish.
The Senate committee on temper
ance have reclined on Mr. Aligood’s
bill permitting a Georgia Major, or
Col. or any one else, to get drunk on
his premises. The hill made it a
misdemeanor to get “how come you
so ?” any where else.
Mr. J. TI. Perkins, of Monticello,
was registered at the Stuart yesterday.
Mr. Perkins is going to erect a hand-
I some opera house in Monticello, and
was up here for the purpose of con
sulting architect Gunn, in reference to
' the building. Mr. Perkins is one of
I the public spirited citizen-' of his town.
j Wc had the pleasure of meeting
J our old-time young friend, Marshal
; H. Connolly, on yesterday. He is
now connected with the L. & N.
R. II., headquarters at Jacksonville,
' aud was here looking after the inter-
! csts of that railroad. He is an efficient
' official and a clever young man.
I A grand cake walk took place at
the city hall Tuesday night. Hand
some prizes were offered. The first
was awarded, after .a lively contest, to
Miss M. A. Robinson, and the second
to Miss Ad die Young. There was a
large crowd piesent, including a num
' her of whites, who were drawn out to
' see the style of walking.
1 A letter from Mr. Win. Miller, who
has been enjoying the cool breezes and
sparkling waters of Nacoochee, in
forms us that Jim Pringle and, Ed <
Thompson nrc both fat, and that lie
leaves with his family for Highlands,
N. C. He concludes by asking us if
' it is hot? Distance only saves him
from being shot; as it is, we hope to
get even with him some day. There
is a point at which forbearance ceases
to he a virtue. He lias reached it in
I thus tantalizing the poor editor who
can’t get away from ni.s desk night or
Elsewhere will be found an extract
from the Constitution, touching the late
experiments of Dr. Brown-Sequard's
theory about producing an elixir which
rejuvenates old age. The Constitu
tion, with the keen insight into things
which characterizes that journal, sug
gests an elixir composed ol the “con
centrated essence” of a Thomas cat.
Now it is well known that every cat
has nine lives; so that the essence
would, of course, contain nine times
as much life giving properties as any
other animal This is a strong point.
We take to the Thomas cat theory.
There is a Thomas cat, and his mid
night mate, in our neighborhood.
We should be pleased, very much
pleased, delighted in fact, if some of
our local physicians would utilize the
“concentrated essence” of the afore
said Thomas C— and his midnight
mate, in testing the Brown Sequard-
Hammond theory. The concentrated
caterwaul of these cals, in the stilly
hours of the night, when nature seeks
repose,when the weary and good should
be permitted to enjoy their rest, is
something fearful. Bootjacks, wash
bowls, bed slats, old hair brushes, fire
shovels and other missiles, have failed,
up to this writing, io have any ap
preciable effect. The caterwauling
still ^bes on, goes on with screeches,
yells and y-e-o w-s liberally interspers
ed, screeches and yells and .yeows
calculated to elevate the capillary sub
stance straight on end. Yes, we favoi;,
emphatically, the Thomas cat theory
in the premises. The aforesaid
Thomas cat, when calling lor his
M a-r-i-a-r, is an unmitigated nuisance.
His voice is sharp, shrill and penetrat
ing, penetrating even to the bone and
marrow. And his male, on the occa
sion of these noctural .serenades, res
ponds in like tones, in tones calculat
ed to shatter and shiver the nerves of
the strongest and most robust. Wheth
er on house-top, shed, in bark yard,
alley or lane, the circumambient air
is tremulous with the wild, weird, ear
piercing yells. It is only the most
devout, those who have attained unto
perlection, in fact,—and there are but
few such—who can, on these occa
sions, suppress profane thoughts.
The old Adam will, almost invariably,
get the better of the renewed man,
under the demoralizing influence of
these midnight serenades. Wc have
on one or two, unusually aggravated
occasions, thought bad words. Only
thought them, however. A plea of
extenuating circumstances has been
filed in all of .these cases; and the
defendant hopes for a favorable ver
dict. Without it he’s gone up
With fur standing .stiff on end, his
back in rainbow shape, lungs in good
working order, perched on some con
venient gable—beyond the reach of
ou raged man—thoroughly engrossed
with the surroundings, alive to the
momentous issues of the hour, feeling
the responsibilities which rests upon
him, no animal, known to ancient,
modern, sacred or profane history,
can come as near raising hades on
earth, as a male Thomas cat.
In (srviiiing) lonn' ot in',
Makes one perspire;
Aud wish f„r lire,
To piniisli dirt,
li en in scant ntiire,
The bold burglar was abroad again
on Tuesday night and attempted to
fcntcr .the residence of Mr. Davis
Smith, on Clay street. Mr. Smith saw
the man, a negro, as he was in the act
ol reaching for his pants, which were
on a chair nerr the window, and rising
reached for his gun, when the negro
became alarmed and ran. Mr. Smith
shot at him, his gun being loaded with
small shot in one barrel and buck shot
in the other, but it unfortunately hap
pened that he shot the wrong barrel,
the small shot, and did not get his
bird—if he hit him at all.
Was made on Tuesday night to
commit a burglary. The Young Fe
male College was visited and a chair
taken from the front porch and placed
under the window ot President Baker’s
window and an effort made to enter.
This falling, the thiet tried several
other windows but did not succeed in
getting in. In the morning the chair,
which had been freshly paintcd.exhib-
ited the prints of bare feet, and every
evidence to show that an earnest effort
had been made to get in. Load your
shot-gun and sleep with both eyes
Thomasville Iron Works.
Havitig a leisure hour to spare yes
terday (reporter’s have plenty of leis
ure now, it is so dull), the reporter
visited the Thomasville Iron Works.
Mr. Campbell very kindly showed us
through the different departments nnd
explained the working of the various
machines. Speaking of machines,
this company has some of the finest
and best labor saving machines made;
machines adapted for all kinds of work
in iron, brass or other metal, aud they
are all so perfectly geared and put to
gether, that when running there is
hardly more noise made than by an
ordinary sewing machine. They are
fitted up for doing any and all kinds
of repairing, and we saw several en
gines in the shops which had been
overhauled aud made as good as new.
They have in connection a moulding
department, where they mould brass
Mr. Campbell informs us that their
business is steadily growing, and they
arc doing ns well as could lie expect
ed. They have to run day nnd night,
up to 9 or 10 o’clock now, to keep up
with their work, nnd he thinks that at
no distant day they will have to ma
terially enlarge their plant and put
up brick works. So mote it be.
When such industries prosper the
community prospers. These works
now employ from eight to ten bauds,
and some of the most skilled workmen
to be had.
By a resolution of the board of di
rectors of the Thomasville Real Estate
and Improvement Company, new stock
can now be taken to the amount ot
one hundred and thirty-eight shares.
Payments are two dollars a month a
share, beginning with August, 1889.
This will he known as the second se
ries and will differ from the first,which
started one year ago, only in drawing
dividends one year later than that.
This company has made over one
and a half per cent a month since i.ts
organization, on capital paid in. The
secret is the compounding of interest
Tim Turn Cut sire.
Anil iiis Minim'.
Mr. Smith ought to have fired his
other barrel nt the hold burglar on
The burglar is no respecter of the
majesty of the law: lie went right
through Judge Hanscll’s clothes.
A good motto: Shoot the burglar
on the spot; or an where else you can
Tribute of Respect.
Death in all of its phases is a sad
reality, hut when it conies to the
strong and vigorous man, it is doubly
sad. Such thoughts impress us
when contemplating the death of our
brother, W illiam P. Moncricf. In the
vigor ol manhood, surrounded by a
loving wife, dutiful children and rela
tives, our brother suffered untold ago
nies for one week, breathing his last,
A gentleman said yesterday: “I
went home lust night and found that
my wife had nailed up all the doors
aud windows. I tell you it was
The general impression is that ’tis
“home talent” engaged in the work.
The burglar took a literary turn on
Tuesday night: lie tried to go through
Young Female College, lie ought to
have been given a load of buck-shot
for a diploma.
Good advice: Keep your house well
fastened and sleep with one eye open.
There is a fine opening here for
some gooil detective work.
Dr. Snipe, of Centrcvillo, Fin., was
in the city yesterday.
on the 30th day of July, 1889. At
the time of his death he was a mem
ber of big Creek Alliance, No 24.
We recognize in Ibis affliction, the
divine hand, and bow submissively
to God’s will. To the bereaved wife
and relatives, wc extend our deepest
sympathy, and pray that this affliction
may work out for them a far more
exceeding and eternal weight of glory.
Resolved : That a copy of the above
tribute be spread on the minutes of
this lodge, a copy furnished the family
ol the deceased, also to the Ti.mk.s-
Enterprise and the Southern Alli
ance Farmer with a request lor publi-
II. 15. Nesmith.
T. G. Abridge.
J. W. Wilson.
Com. Big Creek Lodge, No 24.
\V. A. Barrow, Scc’ty.
A Suggestion to Alliance Men.
We call the attention of Alliance
men to the suggestion ol Wm. J.
Northern, Chairman committee cotton
bagging elsewhere. His advice is
timely. The mills cannot, right at the
start, fill all orders at once, for the
cotton bagging, but if they can divide
up the time everything will run smooth.
Sboriff Hurst went up to Meigs,
Tuesday eveniug, and captured six
notorious vagabond negroes, on the
charge of gambling. He brought
them down and placed them in jail,
and they will be tried for that and
other charges. The negroes were
named Bill Singleton, Hebe Cooper,
Frank Billups, Mack Spooner, Adam
Johnson and John Lamb.
Their ltmiiie.s It lowing.
Probably nothing bus caused such n general
revival ot trade nt H. J. Ciissels’ Drugstore
as their giving away to their customers of
so many Tree trial bottles of Dr. King’s New
Discovery for Consumption. Their trade is
simply enormous in this very valuable ar
ticle from the fact that it always cures nnd
never disappoints. Coughs, Colds, Asthama,
Bronchitis, Croup, and all throat and lung
diseases quickly cured. You can test it
before inlying by getting a trial bottle free,
large size $1. Every bottle warranted.
You are feeling depressed, your appetite
is poor, you are bothered with Headache,
you are fidgety, nervous, and generally out
of sorts, and want to brace up. brace up,
but not with stimulants, spring medicines,
or bitters, which have for their basis
very elieap, bad whiskey, and which stim
ulate you for an hour, then in worse condition
than before. What you want is an alterative,
that will purify your hlood, start healthy
action ol I.ivcr and Kidneys' restore your
vitality,nnd give renewed health and strength
Such a medicine you will find in Electric
iiitters, and only 90 cents a bottle nt S. 4.
Cartels' Drug Store,
The Episcopal Rectory, on McLean Ave
nue. Possession given at once. Apply to
Rbv. C. I. I.aRooiie,
TAKE A REST.
Excursion tickets at low rates will be
sold to all summer resorts throughout Hie
country by the East Tennessee, \ irginiu and
Georgia Railway, commencing June 1st,
good to return on or before October M1 at.
Fast train service with Pullman cars,
1!. \Y. WHEN'S',
(icn. Pass, and Ticket Ag
B. B. B. 1 Botanic Blood Balm.)
if you try this remedy you will say as
many others have said, that it is tile nvsr
Idood purifier and tonic. Write Blood Balm
Co„ Atlanta, Ga., for book of convincing
J. P. Davis, Atlanta, Ga, (West End),
writes, “I consider that II- R. B. lias perma
nently cured men'’rheumatism nnd sciatica.”
R. R.*Sauiter, Athens, Ga., says: B. II. B.
cured me ol an nicer that had resisted all
K. (i. Tinsley, Columbiana, Ala., writes :
“My mother ami sister had ulcerated sore
throat and scrofula* B. B. B. cured them.”
Jacob F* Sponclor, Xewnan, Ga., writes :
B. B. B, entirely cured me of rheumatism in
inv shoulders. I used six bottles.
Chas. Reinhardt, No. 2028 Fountain Street
Baltimore, Md. f writes : “I suffered with
bleeding piles two years, and am glad to say
that owe bottle of B. B. B. cured me.”
J. J. Hardy, Toccoa, Ga., writes : ‘ B. B.B.
is a quick cure for catarrh. Three bottles
cured me. I had been troubled several
A. Spink, Atlanta, Ga., says : One bottle
ol B. B. B. completely cured my child ol
W. A. Pepper, Fredonia, Ala , writes :
B. B. B. cured my mother of ulcerated sore
Gin House Insurance,
Hanscll tic Merrill,
d&wlo net l-lc
Country merchants are specially
cared for at Pickett’s. Don’t buy your
fall shoe bill unlil you have seen the
special drives that wc have in auction
Can a man sell 820,000 woith of
goods on the credit plan and lose less
than 10 per cent in slow, very slow
accounls. Everybody knows that it
can’t be done. Then, what is the
reason Pickett can’t save you 10 per
cent? He has no books, and gets
cash for everything that goes out of
Five Room Cottage on Love street, near
Warren street, at $12.50 per month until
Nov. 1, 1889. Apply to
K. M. Mallctte.
I have Powers A Weightmans quinine in
store. No better than any other. Chemicals
furnished to prove it.
jly'28-0td S. J. CA&SKLS.
Ordinary's Omi% August 2, 1889.
The report of the commissioners appointed
to set apart a twelve month's support to
Patsy-Gilmore, widow of Wesley Gilmore,
deceased, out of the estate ot said deceased,
having been filed in office, all |»crsotis inter
ested are hereby cited to appear at the Sep
tember term, 1889, of the court of Ordinary
of said county to show cause, it any exists,
why said report should not he continued
and admitted to record.
Jos. H. Merrill, Ordinary.
Scuip> of Song a id Southern Scene*, by
M. M. Folsom, for sale by
J. A. Holloway,
1 Jackson street.
are daily receiving ,
and our line of
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