THE DAILY TIMES-ENTERPRISE.
ALBERT WINTER, City Editor.
nil DAY, .truest:
IS WHS! WE WANT
WE MUST HAVE
Our buyer, Mr. C
Wolff, is now in New
York, where lie wil
spend about 6 weeks
looking up the new
est find 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 <lc'i>;irtincut* as every
one knows, is our “hobby,”
and we contidently 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
cadi one tilled with every thins
So we advise yhu to wait and
see 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,
Sind our buyer will
what you want in .Summer Mater
A! Tour Own Price*
As we are determined not to pack up
any summer stock at all, provided
will move what we have left.
You will positively save money
buying oi us all the dry goods you
need during the remainder of “the
heated term.” Favor us with a call.
H. Wolfl & Bro.,
Leaders of Styles ami Low Prices.
109 & 111 BROAD ST
SIGNAL SERVICE BUREAU
II. Thomas Jr's' J26 Broad Sired.
G. S- Bondurant Vounteer Observer
Weather bulletin for the 21 hours endin'
at 7 o'clock 1*. M August 22, 1880.
Temper ati. re.
7 p. ni.,
iiniiin for 21 hours 87
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Train for Albany
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12 40 11 m
, 1 31 p 111
200 p III
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. 5 20 p 111
t> 50 p ni
3 45 p 111
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THOM AS VILLE AND MONTICKLLO.
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Robert Evans returned from a short
visit to Bainbridgc yesterday.
M. S, Henderson, of Moutieello,
was in the city yesterday.
Col. Blood, a citizen of Boston, was
in the city yesterday.
.Mr. L. O. Jackson, of Bainbridgc,
was in the city yesterday, stopping at
Travel is quite heavy. A large
number are returning from tire .sum
Mr. J. M. Lee left again yesterday
for St. Louis, to buy another ear load
Mr. M. Y. McIntyre, of Savannah,
is in the city yesterday, visiting rel
atives and friends.
Miss I). V. Osborne, of Dixie, wa
among the guests of the Stuart House
Hon. John Donaldson, of Bain
bridge, came up yestorday morning
util stopped over in the city.
Scnppornongs are coming in rapid
ly, and the market is now pretty well
supplied with these fine grapes.
Attention of road overseers is called
to notice of Commissioner Bulloch,
South Georgia College.
Attention is called to the card of the
South Georgia College, which appears
in our paper this morning, The ses
sion will open on Wednesday, Sept.
4th. This college has adopted several
new fealures which will add to its at
tractiveness and usefulness as an edu
cational institution. The Trustees of
the school have very wisely adopted
the military feature in its conduct, and
all students of sufficient age will be
classed into companies and under
strict military discipline, which will add
much to the popularity with the young
men of the state. Any inquiries will
be answsred or catalogues furnished
on application to I’rof. G. M. Lovcjoy
Renewing The Old.
We notice that the old underpinning
and platform of the freight depot
being removed and new pins and
planking put in. We were in hopes
that our Iricnds, the railroad officials,
would see their way clear to building
a new and modern freight depot for
Thornasville. The old rattle-trap con
cern they have here is not a fit repre
sentative of the road, or the handsome
business which is done at this office,
and we know ogr clever and efficient
agent and assistants deserve a better
house and accommodations.
To Recover His Watch.
Mr. Henry Mash thinks that he is
very probably on the track of his
handsome gold watch that was stolen
from his bed-room some time ago.
One answering the description of liis,
as near as could be ascertained at the
time, is in the hands of the chief of
police of Charleston, S. C. The watch
was taken up by the police at a pawn
shop, where it had hern disposed ol by
a crook, who was wanted for another
offense, fora small sum. Mr. Mash is
in correspondence with the authorities
in regard to the watch.
who wishes missing
mile posts sup
A light-blue cashmere shawl lost
on Tuesday. The finder will favor
the owner by returning to this office’.
Mr. J. J. McKay, of Macon, mi in
surance adjuster, is in the city, repre
senting some of the companies which
ustained losses by the late fire.
Kcifer pears are making their ap
pearance in our market. We noticed
number of barrels being shipped
Messrs. I'ringlc & Bro. are offering
ceil rye, rice and tobacco, as well a:
trge lot of fancy and family groceries
for sale. See advertisement.
Mr. Walter I’bilpot, who has been
in Atlanta lor some time, taking a
business course in Moore’s Business
University, having finished his labors,
returned home yesterday morning.
Rev. J. E. l’owcll, of Camilla, who
s been spending some days with
friends in Thonmsville, and filled the
Baptist pulpit last Sabbath, returned
home yesterday morning.
President Lovcjoy, of the South
eorgia College, leaves today for
points on the S. F. <& W. Ey., mid al
so portions of Florida, in the interest
of the college.
Mr. Lamb, supervisor of this divis
ion, S. F. & W. Ivy., was robbed of
fifteen or twenty dollars, at a hotel in
Dupont, night before last. Two oth
er gentlemen were robbed at the same
time. The respective breeches of the
trio were found on the outride of the
house, minus pocket hooks mid con
-Mr. J. T. Wilson, an old citizen of
Thomas county, who moved from
here in 1 - s -31 to Florida, is visiting his
relative, Mr. Gus Hurst and family.
Mr. Wilson it accompanied by his
slaughter, Miss Laura. They live
now in Polk county, Florida, and we
are glad to know that the world has
prospered with them. They will
pend some little time visiting rela
tives in this county.
Destroying Public Property.
The custom of wantonly destroying
public property, as evidenced in the
knocking off, shootiiifq and otherwise
defacing sign boards and mile posts on
the public roads, has gone to that ex
tent that the commissioners 'nave de
termined to punish (lie offenders, mul
Chairman Bulloch offers a reward of
•So for proof to convict the guilty
parties. Look out for them, mid
serve the county and earn the rewar
at the same time.
FROM THE BLUEGRASSCOUNTRY
-Mr. YanDykc the agent of'S..F. it
W. I!. R. at this point very kindly
returned Miss Laura Jones the money
which she had paid for a tlirou
ticket to New York; the lire here
having prevented or rather delayed
her trip north. As soon as the
suranee is adjusted, Miss Laura will
go on and purchase a new stock of
goods ns well as fixtures for the store.
A Good Work.
The chain gang is now,engaged, and
will he for the next six weeks, in cut
ting down weeds, grass, etc., and clean
ing up all the streets of the city
They made a str rt on the lower end of
Broad street yesterday morning, and
will soon show evidence of thiir good
Profit in Hay.
As indicating the amount of profit
to be made in the curing of hay, Mr.
John Dohlberg, who is in charge of
the Mitchell House, has cured a lot of
bermuda hay off of less than half an
acre of ground, which weighed 2,500
pounds. This, at $1 a hundred, le
than other hay not so good sells for,
would net $30 an acre for bermuda
hay. Is there a crop made which will
pay a better profit and so easily made?
Uniforming the Cadets.
Messrs. C. H. Young & Co., who
were the successful bidders in supply-
tlic uniforms for our military
company (which, by the way, was
very handsomely and satisfactorily
executed), have made au oiler to fur
nish the uniforms to the cadets of the
South Georgia College. Should they
get the contract the work will he well
done, as Messrs. Young & Co. are
fair ami square dealers.
The Guards #
In their handsome uniforms, were out
on the streets drilling yesterday, under
the command of Lieutenant Smith, the
captain and first lieutenant being ab
sent. The Guards are making rapid
proficiency in the drill, and will take
rank with the crack companies of the
the state at no distant day.
Good Living—Country Hams at 12 1-2
Cents, and Golden Butter at 8 Cents
Per Pound-Fires and Wraps
Comfortable in August.
En. Times-Enterprise :—H'c arc
still roaming about the knobs and hills
of the “blue grass.” Recently we have
had a spell of cool weather, which
makes wraps and fires very comforta
ble. I am told this sudden change
occurs every August. The people are
acclimated to it here, and pay little
regard to it, but 1 felt it sensibly, and
hugged the fire closely. The hot
weather is over here, and next month
I must say 1 have had more buggy
rides than for the past five years. Mr.
Elder takes delight in driving a high
bred Kentucky trotter, and she pulls
us along the pike with a speed seldom
equaled. Mr. Editor, we would like
for you to come up and cool off. We
will promise you all the rich sweet
milk you can drink, and chicken three
times a day; besides we will associate
you with the most hospitable people
in the world, and who will positively
feel it an insult unless you will honor
them with a visit.
Wheat-threshing is the most promi
nent feature among the farmers now.
Wheat is seventy cents a bushel. Oats
are twenty-five cents a bushel. Corn
will not exceed thirty cents in the fall.
The crops are very line. I wonder if
our Thornasville people have ever seen
any genuine Kentucky bacon ? It sells
for only ten cents a pound. Fine, deli
cious bams 12J cents a pound, and
golden butter for the pitiful sum of
eight cents. Now, I would like to
know if this is not high, first class,
cheap living? We were honored with
an invitation, a short time ago, to visit
the beautiful homes of Mr. 13. F. Mat
tingly and Mr. John Simms, each being
worth one hundred thousand dollars.
Nature has done much in beautifying
these homes, making them pleasing
and attractive to.the eye. 1 wish I
could sufficiently describe the magnifi
cence of the scenery, but it must be
seen to be appreciated.
I think I have improved during my
sojourn here. I go to church and re
turn home by nine o’clock, a. m. This
early rising allows a person no time to
indulge in morning naps. After all,
there is nothing like getting used to
anything. We expect to leave here
by the 1st of September, turning south
ward, but I shall hardly reach Thom
asvillc before the last days of the
Wishing my friends far away in the
Queen city among the pines, many
good wishes, I am
Lehr non, Ky., Aug. 19, ’S9.
I desiro to return sincere and heart-
felt thanks to the firemen, and citizens
generally, who worked so heroically
and unselfishly to save and protect
my stock of millinery goods, on the
gbt of the fire. Their kindness will
never be forgotten. I would,' also,
lender grateful thanks for the many
iud expressions of sympathy which
have reached me. Memory will treas
ure them long.
L.ut.a Jiin ks.
The many Irionds of Mr. Sterling
Culpepper will be pleased to learn that
lie is rapidly recovering. He is in
town, the guest of his brother, Dr. J.
Mrs. Forbes, the accomplished
music teacher, is now giving lessons
it her residence on Jackson street,
he will, also, when it is desirable,
give private lessons at homes of pu
pils. The lady understands thorough
ly the art of teaching music.
For Summer Trade
This week I offer a line of Ladies’
Night Gowns from 75c up. *
Ladies’ Skirts, 69c, 90c up.
Chemise, 55c, 65c, 75c.
All nicely trimmed with Hamburg
I/awn Aprons, 37 inches long, 30c;
sold sverywherc for 50c.
Corset Covers, white cambric, 50c.
Boulevard Collarette, 11c, 13c.
I,ace Tidies, nice for pin cushions,
or chaiis, 10c, worth 15c.
Emory Bags, 10c, sold at 25c.
Scrap Pictures, birds, animals, flow
ers, all kinds, 1-2C each.
Checked Glass Towels, 4c!
Heavy Linen Towels, 18x36, 19c.
White Linen, blue border, 16c.
Linen Table Covers, 79c.
These prices arc from ] to \ less
than is asked for the same articles
anywhere else. Why not save money?
Will arrive this week another lot of
Needle Cases, Sewing Machine Oil,
Hair Pin Cases, and fresh line of Mil
linery, Hats, Trimmings, clc.
WSf" Your trade solicited.
Mrs. •Bennie diUToII,
Lower Broatl Milliner.
J. L.,t W. A. I'lingl.- can .--ii|,|.l
ml rye at 81..'hi per Imstief. Call
fore supply is exhausted.
A few barrels 1 et3 rice left, at
J. L. k W. A. Pi
are daily receiving
HEALTH WORTH MORE Til A X MONEY
Heated term is still on ih ! 1
I have in
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W. F< JUNES,
and our line of
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will! Wore*, lien Doc lor* and .Tied!
fine* rail. €'ured by ('illicitin Itenic
die* at a coil of $.'1.7.5.
1 have used tho Cutieura Remedies with the
best results. I have used two bottles of the
Cutieura Resolvent, three bottles of Cuticur;
ami one eakeof Cutieura .soap, and am cured of
a terrible scalp and .skin di*<
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Remember we sell you a whole box of
•bacco for $1.75. Sound and all right. Call
r a box of Tube.
J. L. •* W. A. PRINtiU;.
I* Consumption Incurable?
Read the following : Mr. C. II. Morris,
Newark, Ark., says: "Was down with
<8 of Lungs, and friends ami physicians
pronounced me an Incurable Consumptive,
•gau taking Dr. Kind's New Discovery fcV
insuinption, am now on my third bottle,
id able to oversee the work on my farm,
is the best medicine ever made.'
Jesse Middle wart, Decatur, Ohio, says:
hid it not been for Dr. King’s New Dis-
very tor Consumption I would have died
f Lung Troubles. Was given up by doctors,
inv in best of health;" Trv it. Sample
tree at S. J. Camels’ Drug Store,|A(gj
but it began to heal from the
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Address. FRANK THOMAS,
8 20 d’Uwlt Thornasville, <_ia
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rofular I ever saw cured by the u
of live bottles of Cutieura Resolvent, Vutieu
and Cutieura soap.
TAYLOR »V TAYI.Ok, Druggist,
os of agonizing huiniliatin
uly, and pimply diseas
u y rped
the skin, sealp am
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Call and get
Prices before buy
Cost Prices, and we
Clothier? and Furnishers,
toe Broau st., Thornasville, Ga.