1 Object New!
IS WHAT WE WANT
WE MUST HAVE!
Our buyer, Mr. C.
Wolff, 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 Rovelties.
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 tilled with everything
So wo advise yhu to wait and
see our stock before making
any purchase whatever of fall
and win or goods. The ex
treme novelties are just com
ing into the Eastern markets,
niul oar buyer will
You arc invite 1 to come and buy
what you want iu Hummer Materials
At Your Own Price,
As we arc determined uot to pack up
auy summer stock at all, provided
will move wlmt we have left.
You will positively save money
buying ol us all the dry goods you
need during the remainder of “the
heated term.” Favor us with a call.
Very rexp ctfully,
H. Wolf! & Bra.,
Leaders of Styles and Low Prices.
101) & 111 BltOAD ST
THE DAILY TJMES-ENTERPRISE.
ALBERT WINTER, City’Editor.
FRIDAY, AUGUST 9, 1889
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R. Thomas Jr's' 126 Broad Street.
O. S. Bondurant Vounteer Observer
Wcntlier Bulletin for the 24 hours ending
nt 7 o'clock I’. M August 8, 1889.
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Look out for the second bale of
Mr. Joe Mardre went up to Amen-
cus yesterday on a visit.
The trade in cotton baskets will
soon he lively.
Dr. Stegall is setting his pegs for
the coming cotton season.
It is said that another ware house
is to be erected soon, near the rail
Miss Sallie Stark left yesterday for
Murphy, N. C , where she will spend
Read list of property to rent in E.
M. Mallctte’s real estate column, and
watch this list for changes.
Mrs. E. H. Smith and daughter,
Miss Florine, are spending sonic time
Misses Rhoda and Cora I’arrainore,
from Madison, Florida, are guests of
There arc two or three houses in
Thunasville who should have a trav
eling man on the road. Think of it.
Mr. James Taylor, of the liodon
district, says he found plenty of cat
erpillars in his cotton vesterday morn
The water mains have been run un
der the railroad tracks, at the Jackson
street crossing. This give Fletcher-
Mr. Charles Bcggs and Mr. Henry
MnUcltc, two wide-awake young Bos
ton merchants, were in town yester
Miss Mary Wright and Miss Marion
Hayes left for Murphy, N. C., and
other points in the mountains, on yes-
tierday, and will be gone all summer.
Miss Nora Cox, of Bainbridgc, and
Miss Minnie Walters, ot Albany, are
the guests of Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Bot
Finish up the concrete pavements
on Broad street before the tide of
trade set; in. We have alluded to
this subject, casually, before.
Many flattering comments are made
on the architecture and appearance
of the new Gull House. It is going
to he a daisy.
Hijuire Mardre showed us a splendid
sample of Georgia syrup yesterday.
It is edearand golden. ‘‘Burt’' has a
round hundred gallons of it.
The present is a propitious time for
Thomasvillc to onforcc the vagrant
law. Idle hands easily And mischief
to do. Run down the “vugs.”
Xhoniasville, as she did last year,
sent the first hale of new cotton re
ceived at Savannah. Thomasvillc is
a very soon place.
Build up and encourage small in
I dustries. They are the foundations
ol larger ones. Do uot despise Binall
j Miss Lillian McDonell, a daughter
ot Mr. A. O. McDonell, of Fernandma,
Fla., is visiting her friend and college
mate, Miss Carroll, of Monticello, Fla.
Only seven departures from Thom-
asville yesterday tor the mountains.
The “can’t-get-aways” begin to lecl
Mrs. C. I*. Hansell, and daughter,
Miss Mamie, who have been spending
some time in Monticello, returned
^ home yesterday.
We clip the following from a Flori
‘•Mr. .1. M. Boons, who lins for several
yenrs been one of the most faithful and loy
al employes of the old reliable F. C. and P.
is now deservedly promoted to the responsi
ble position of superintendent of nil ugents,
conductors and train men generally, of the
entire system. He is eminently worthy of
the trust reposed in him, and he will dis
charge tile duties of tlie position well and
firmly, yet fairly and impartially.”
Mr. Boone is a Thomasvillc hoy,
son of Rev. Mr. Boone, so well known
here. His friends will be pleased to
hear of his promotion.
Mr. Charley Thompson, yesterday
morning, finished the water mains
connecting Fletchervillc with the
main system. This completes the
water system iu Thomasville, save
a short space of two or three hundred
yards, from Jackson street up Daw
son to Remington avenue, which will
be nt once put in. Our citizens over
the railroad are to he congratulated
on being able to now avail themselves
of our artesian water supply.
Dr. Hinton, who has been conduct
ing the Green Shade camp meeting,
returned yesterday and \£ent up the
road. The camp meeting was a very
pleasant and profitable one, and an
audience of fully one thousand listened
to a powerful sermon by Dr. Hinton,
on Sunday, after which several con
versions took place and the altar was
thronged with penitents. It was a
good, old-fashioned camp meeting
time, so we are informed.
The Constitution thus summarily
robs Thomasville of a resident and
“Mr. J. T. Ciirtright, well known
in the Atlanta shoe trade, lias gone to
Knoxville to live. lie and Messrs. J.
C. and I. Daniel have opened a shoe
house in that city under the style of
Ciirtright it Darnel. Mr. Curtright
has many friends in Atlanta who wish
him success iu his mSv home ”
A parly, consisting of J. II. Scaite,
Messrs. Thomas Palmer, Charles
Watt and Phil McRae, passed through
here yesterday morning on their way
home to Camilla. They have been
rusticating at Hampton Springs for a
couple ol weeks They brag on the
water, but complain about the lack of
Mr. J. C. Repass, lineman of the
\V. U. '1'. Co., left yesterday morning
for Macon, where lie will make a
“splice” which will last longer tl an
any piece of splicing lie lms ever
effected: He marries on Sunday.
The young lady is Miss Pearl Mc
Neil, of Macon. Mr. Repass and his
Inide will make their home in Thoni-
villc. The Timks-Entkih-kisk ten
ders congratulations in advance.
Mr. John Montgomery is develop
iug into a successful real estate agent,
lie sold a vnlunblc piece of property
the ^other day. John Montgomery
does everything well which he under
takes. He is thoroughly reliable, and
possesses fine business (nullifications.
Southeast Texas College.
We are indebted to Prof. Wesley
Peacock for a catolouge of the'South-
east Texas Male and Female College,
located at Jasper, Texas. The cata
logue indicates a flourishing institu
tion, with an attendance of 159 pupils
the past session. It affords U3 pleas
ure to state that the principal officials
of the college were Thomasville boys,
now men of distinction in their pro
fession. I). C. Peacock, A. B., is
president, and professor of Latin and
Greek, and Wesley Peacock, B. Pli.,
is the professor of French and Ger
man, and principal of the High
The six colored gamblers arrested
in Meigs and lodged in jail here were
tried before Judge Mitchell yesterday.
They all, through their attorney, Capt.
Hammond, entered a plea of guilty.
The Judge assessed a fine of ten dol
lars and costs in each case, or in
lien thereof, to work six months on
the chain gang. Most, if not all of
them, will pay out. It would make
one of these niggers sick now, to see
a greasy pack of cards.
Mr. Sam Cassels, Jr., hung up a
bunch o( LeConte pears in his father’s
drug store yesterday, which will attract
attention. There are twelve pears,
all fine specimens, in the cluster, each
touching and crowding another.
They all grew on a comparatively
small twig. The bunch would come
near filling a peck measure.
Thomasvillc merchants arc laying
in big stocks ot goods. And thye’re
going to sell them, sell them at prices,
which will command patronage.
At the residence ot f.lrs. B. C. Lew
is, on McCarty street, there are two
LeConte pear trees that have yielded
a wonderful crop this year. Last
Friday there was gathered and ship
ped from these two trees fifteen bar
rels ol choice pears, and five barrels
that were not considered sufficiently
matured to ship. Ten barrels to the
tree! Just think of it! A ten acre
orchard of such trees as these would
be equal to a gold mine.—Floridian,
Prcf. Baker, president of Young
Female College, leturned home from a
trip in the interest of the college, on
Tuesday. He reports the prospects
for another seascn very flattering. Nu
merous applications for information
frourvarious points in Florida and Geor
gia are coming in. There is no better
school for young ladies in the slate,
than Young Female College.
That was a right lively rain last
night, just after dark.
Miss Clara Dcislier left yesterday
morning for Gainesville and other
points in North Georgia, where she
will spend some time. She carried
witli her the hearty good wishes of
every one, that she might have a
Northern parties who are spending
the summer here, express themselves
as being surprised at the cool and
pleasant nights experienced in Thom
asville. This is a good summer, as
well as good winter, resort.
General Superintendent Fleming,
Assistant Superintendent.Aveillic and
Roadmnster Reed passed through here
yesterday morning on route to Mon
Dr. Joel Coyle left on the 9-30 train
yesterday for the up country. We
could not get him to tell us where lie
was going. He said he didn’t know;
he was going to look for Mr. Ferrell.
The city lathers had a special meet
ing yesterday afternoon. The Jackson
street sewer claimed their attention.
Together with Mayor pro tern Merrill,
the body viewed the remains of the
smashed pipes. It was decided to put
brick supports in and the work will be
The gun club had an interesting match
yesterday afternoon. We failed to get
the score. Some good shooting was
done, two amateurs, Messrs Balfour
and Cook, carrying off the hpnors.
Thoninsvillc will show the heaviest
and finest stocks of goods this fall,
ever brought to the place.
The filling in between the railroad
tracks, at the Jackson street crossing,
is a great improvement. The jolting
process has been eliminated. Tis
The Jennings Nursery Co., of
Thomasville, Ga., who have for their
motto: “l’ear trees that will live,
thrive and hear pears in abundance,”
begin an advertisement with us this
week. Their standing as nurserymen
is well known by many fruit growers
of our State, and those contemplating
setting out trees should send for their
My cash prices on millinery arc so
successful I have ordered a lot of no
tions, handy articles, needed every
day. Read the list and save money.
II wn-i'i.v cask— Leather, nickel
' frame, 4 pockets, 4 doz. hair pins, as-
- sorted sizes and styles, 5 cents. Hell
, everywhere at 10 cents.
I N"kkple casks—Folding, 5 papers
and 1-") large assorted, including bod
kin, 10 cents; regular price 20 cents.
Fi.oitiiiA Watek—<i oz. size, pure
and refreshing, in demand this weath
er, 10 cents. You never paid less
than 2.') cents.
Sewing Maciiink Oil.—Best, 4 oz
size at 5 cents. ’ Any other house in
i town charges you 15 cents.
I Bay Rum—Best quality, 4 oz. bot
tles at 10 c. You pay 25 e. everywhere,
j Crochet Nekih.k Cask—Leather,
| nickle frame, 2 pockets, has glove but-
i toner, stillctto and 4 crochet hooks, 10
e., regular price 20 c.
Hammocks—Full size, complete,
75 ceil Is, 05 cents, SI.
Table cloths, doylies, towels, hand
kerchiefs and lots of other things you
need every day.
Cannot quote prices of all here, Imt
will save you money every time. Call
and see me, I want your trade.’
New cream cheese at
Pickett’s Cash Stork.
f wish to purchase from 15 to 20 good
niulcs, for which fair prices will be paid.
Apply at my stables on Jackson street,
lwd&w W. A. DAVIS.
I can rent the residence now occupied by
Mr. H. Wolfl, oil lower Broad street, at *20
per month. Possession given Sept. >,1880.
augt- ELI M. MALLETTE.
There is an end to all things, so the
people say, hut there is no end to the
splendid littlng clothing made at 81
Broad street. Cleaning and repairing
done in the neatest manner. Give mo
a call. John Kenny,
Furniture, Carpets, Redding, Children’s
Carriages, Wall Paper and Window Shades
Straw mattings, Rugs, etc. The best style,
and lowest prices in the city.
GEO. W. FORBKS,
G-l t-w2t dtf Masury Building*
CATARRH CURED, health and sweet
breath secured, by Shilol’sCatarrh Remedy
Price 50 cents. Nasal Injector free
Mother, to cure chafing, relieviog baby, uso
Boracino Toilet and Nursery Powder. It costs
no more, is superior and highly perfumed.
Their RiiNiuenM It loiuing.
Probably nothing has caused such a general
revival ot trade at S. J. Cassels’ Drugstore
as their giving away to their customers^ ot
so many free 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 and
never disappoints. Coughs, Colds, Asthanm,
Bronchitis, Croup, ami all throat and lung
diseases quickly cured. \ on can test it
before buying 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 hitters, which have for their basis
very cheap, 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 blood, start healthy
action of Liver and Kidneys* restore your
vitality,and give renewed health and strength
Such a medicine you will find in Electric
Bitters, and only 50 cents a bottle at S. J.
Camels’ Drug Store,
TAKE A REST.
Excursion tickets at low ra
sold to all summer resorts throi
country by the East Tennessee, \
good to return mi
before (k’tober 51st.
Fast train servi
with IMi 11 man cars.
B. W. WRENN,
Pass, ami Ticket Ag
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J. P. Davis, Atlanta, Ga. (West End),
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R. R. Saul ter, Athens, Ga., says: B. B. B.
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E. G. Tinsley, Columbiana, Ala., writes :
“My mother and sister had ulcerated sore
throat and scrofula* 15. B. B, cured them.”
Jacob F* Spotieler, Ncwnan, Ga., writes :
15. B. B. entirely cured moot’ rheumatism iu
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Chus. Reinhardt, No. 202b Fountain Street
Baltimore, Md., writes : “I suffered with
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that oic bottle of 15. 15. 15. cured me.”
J. J. Hardy, Toccoa, (5a., writes ; ‘15. 15.B.
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Gin House Insurance
Hansell A Morrill,
Country merchants are specially
cared for at Pickett’s. Don’lbuy your
fall shoe bill until you have seen the
special drives that \vc have in auction
Can a man sell £20,000 worth ol
goods on the credit plan and lose less
than 10 per cent in slow, very slow
accounts. Everybody knows that it
can’t be done. Then, what is the
reason l’ickett can’t save you 10 per
cent? He has no books, and gets
cash for everything that goes out ol
Five Hoorn Cotln^v on t.mi- .-iri-i-t, n
Warren street, at *12.50 per month ui
Nov. I, 1889. Appl\ v to
E. M Mallkttk
I have Powers A Weightman s quinine
store. No better than any other. Chemica
furnished to prove it.
jly28-«»td S. J. CASSELS.
G EORGIA—Thomas Coixty.
Ordinary's Dkkkk, 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 deeesisid,
having been tiled iu office, all persons inter
ested are hereby cited to appear ,\\ »hc Sep
tember term, 1889, of the coJtrt of Ordinary
of said county to show cause, it any exists,
why said retairt »houtd not be continued
and admitted to record.
Jos. S. Merrill, Ordinary.
Mr*. Jennie Carroll,
Lower Broad Milliner.
Sciupi ot Song a id Southern See u s, l
M. M. Folsom, for sale by
J. A. Holloway,
7 20-‘.f. Jackson street.
are daily receiving
and our line of
Call and a*et
Prices before buy
Cost Prices, and we
£3 .A. “VIE
Clothier? and Furnishers,
108; Broad St., Thomasville,*Ch»