IS WHAT WE WANT
WE MUST HAVE!
Our buyer, Mr. C.
Wolff, is now in New
York, where lie will
spend about 0 weeks
looking up the new
est and most desirable
goods on the market
for our fall and win
No Paine, 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 conlidcntly promise to
show the ladies of Thoinasville
the most elegant fabrics ever
planed on sale in this city.
JN T o department of our busi
ness shall be neglected, but
each one tilled with everything
So we advise yhu to wait and
see our stock before making
any purchase whatever of fall
and wimer goods. The ex
treme novelties are just com
ing into the Eastern markets,
and our buyer will
THE DAILY TINIES-ENTERPRISE.
ALBERT WINTER, City Editor.
SATURDAY, AUGUST 31, 188E
SIGNAL SERVICE BUREAU
K. Thomas JrV ltd Broad Street.
C. S. Bondurant Vounteer Observer
Weather Bulletin for the 24 hours ending
at 7 o’ciock 1*. M August 30, 1889.
7 a. m 75
2 p. 80
7 p. 74
Maximum for 24 hours 8G
Minimum “ “ “ 70
Fant wall for Savannah Ar... 9 25 a r
“ “ “ u Lv.. .12 40 p i:
1 “from ft ...........Ar... l 31 p r
“ “ for Chattahoochee, Lv,.. 290 pi
Train for Albany Lv... H30ai
“ from “ Ar... 5 20 pi
“ “ “ for Savannah Lv... 6 50pr
Freight amt accoin. from Wayc..Ar... a 45 p r
•• *• “ for “ Lv... 8 40 a r
“ “ “ “ Clmtt. Lv... 4 45 p r
*• *• •• from Chatt. Ar... 7 15 a r
•* “ “ for Albany Lv... 4 25 pi
•« “ •» from “ Ar... 7 55 a r
THOMASVILLE AND MONTICELLO.
Freight accoin. for Monticello Lv.. .8 45 a r
.Ar.. .6 20 pi
.Lv...2 06 p i
.Ar..12 10 p i
Miss Odessa .Morris left yesterday
A good rail), the first for some
days, fell yesterday.
Mr. W. S. lirown went over to Cairo
yesterday on business.
Mr. W. R. Ilowie, of Brunswick,
was in the city yesterday.
Mr. M. Y. McIntyre went down to
Monticello yesterday afternoon.
The sidetrack for the new ware
house will lie compleated to day.
Mr. T. W. Boyle, of Chattanooga,
Tenn., was at the Stuart yesterday.
Mr. James L. Cox, of Macoi^ is
among those registered at the Stuart.
Mr. D. M. Monroe, of Florida, was
registered at, the Whiddon yesterday.
There is not a vacant store for rent
in Thomasvillc, and very few dwell
Miss Tadic Jones returned yester
day from a visit to frscmls in Val
You arc invited to come and Iniy
what you want iu Summer Materials
At Your Own Price.
As we are determined not to pack up
auy slimmer stock at all, provided
will m ve what we have left.
You will positively save mouey
buying of us all the dry goo Is you
need during the remainder of “tile
heated term.” Favor us with a call.
leaders of Styles and Low Prices.
109 & 111 BROAD ST
Mrs. 1\ M. Lester, who has bccu
visiting in the city, returned to Cairo
Electric light fixtures were placed
in Dr. F. B. McRae’s drug store
Gapt. T. S. Paine has returned from
a month’s trip through Georgia and
Mr. Curtis Brown has bought out
part of the damaged stock of Mites
Dr, Cnssady went up to Americas
yesterday to attend a camp meeting in
Mr. Ed Fearn, who has been in
least Tennessee this summer, returned
Palin’s general manufacturing and
repair shops on lower Broad street ar e
Yesterday was police court day, hut
no cases were on the docket." Our
morals are improving.
Read the several announcements
made by Hicks & Peacock this morn
ing, and govern yourself accordingly.
Mr. A. W. Mollcr went down to
Whigham yesterday to photograph
some of the lovely views in that vi
Mr. Archie Davenport is preparing
to rebuild immediately. He says he
, will have his new house ready to move
j into in two months.
i Mr. Charley Stuart left tor Savannah
' yesterday to meet Mrs. Stuart, who
; is returning home from New York.
! They arc expected home to-day.
! Information was brought here yes
terday to the effect that Mr. A. B.
Solomons, the well known drummer,
died at Valdosta the night before,
i Miss Katie Winn, of Darien, and
; Miss Johnnie Sloan, of this place, are
spending a tew days at Winnton, Mr.
Frank Winn’s charming country home.
Among the guests at Dr. Watkins’
home near the city are Miss Mina
Morrow, oi Quitman, and Messrs.
1 Lee, John W. and John E. Watkins,
j Miss Ollic Blacksllcar returned yes-
terday morning from a pleasant visit
to Pensacola, Fla., where she lias been
j spending the summer. Her fricmls
j welcome her return.
CTJRTRIGHHT & DANIEL
Are now receiving a large and elegant assortment of the celebrated
Zeigler and Reed’s fine Ladies Shoes.
J. S. Turner’s, Stacy Adams’ and Bannister’s Men Shoes.
Boys’ and Misses’ School Shoes a Specialty.
Sign of tlie Bier Boot.
A Pleasant Party.
A delightful social entertainment,
given complimentary to Miss Fannie
Ward, of Augusta, ancT''Mjss Ella
Lighlfoot, by Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Bass,
at their home on Dawson street, took
place on Thursday evening. Some
twenty five couples were present, and
each ot the participants pronounce the
affair a most decided suepeqs. Ample
and choice refreshments were served.
The premises were brilliantly illumi
nated by electricity. The young la
dies looked none the less lovely ’neath
the new light.
Mr. and Mrs. Bass proved thenu
selves charming entertainers. The
party did not break up until after on^
His Hand Hurt.
David Claggct, nil employe in
Reynolds, Ilargravc and Davis’ va
riety works, had his hand hadlv hurt
by coming in contact with some of the
machinery yesterday afternoon, lie
will, not lose any of his fingers. Dr.
T. M. McIntosh dressed the wounded
It's a Coming.
One hundred and thirty-six bales ol
cotton rolled into town yesterday. The
highest prices paid was } i J cents.
Thomasville intends to keep up with
The Place Changed.
On account of the general and wide
spread interest already shown in the
park meeting called by Mayor Hop
kins, for next Tuesday .night, it has
been thought best to change the place
of meeting from the city hall to the
court house, The former would prob
ably not accommodate the crowd; the
latter will. Let every one who feels
any interest in the matter turn out.
Young Fcmalo College.
This college will open Its next ses
sion on next Wednesday, the 1th of
September, under liio most favorable
auspices. President Baker informs us
that Miss Grieve will, as heretofore,
assist in the eollegiato department,
and that she has spoilt her vacation
the past summer in visiting points ip
Europe, enlarging her facilities for
imparting knowledge to her pupils,
Miss Grieve is a native of Scotland,
but finished her educational course in
Wellesley, Mass. She lias visited in
the last few mouths the Paris Expo
sition, Loudon, Ediuburgh, Scotland,
nud other points, and will sail from
New York to day, so as to lie here at
A Stray Dog.
Mr. Jennings has a stray bird do.
at his house, which the owner can get
The adjusters have been quite busy
for some days, arriving at the losses
sustained by the late lire, and in a few
days the burned buildings will he
undergoing repairs anil refitting, and
will he filled with new goods.
“Park” explains, on the first page,
to “Broad street,” what would be done
with the $500 reserve park fund, set
aside each year for the ultimate re
demption of the park bonds.
Every member of the “Ladies’ Aid
Society” of the Presbyterian church,
is invited and urged to meet at Mrs.
N. L- Coyle’s promptly at 4 p. m.,
Sept. 2nd. Business of importance to
Mr. Daniel, of Atlanta, who has
been in the city for the last few days
adjusting the losses of Miss Laura
Jones, in behalf of the insurance com
panies, left yesterday, having finished
his business here.
Gapt. Winter reached home yester
day 011 the noon train. He wears a
Western “git up and git” air about
him, contracted during his sojourn in
that progressive portion of the United
Mr. R. Turnbull mid wife, Miss
Emmie Turnbull, Master R. and Jod
Turnbull, ot Monticello, were guests
of the Stuart Thursday night,cn route
home from their summer sojourn in
the up country.
See Hicks & Peacock’s locals. They
invite the ladies—and everybody else
—to call and see their model store
’neath the electric lights.
Mr. John S. Montgomery has sold
the vacant lot, corner Smith avenue
and Dawson street, near the the Piney
Woods hotel, to Mr. Geoige W,
Jicrrell. This is one of the most
eligible building lots in the city. Sir.
Ferrell will, at an early day, erect a
handsome residence on his lot,
One of the pleasant features of the
entertainment at Mr. Basse's, Thurs
day night, was the arrangement and
beauty of the two electric arc lights
that were arranged for the occasion.
One qf them was placed over Mr.
Basse’s handsome grape vineyard and
the effect was charming.
Walter James Lewis, colored, was
tried before Judge Mitchell in the
county court yesterday for cruelty to
animals, being charged with heating
a lpulo with a hatchet. Judge
Mitchell fined him 8.‘>7 or 9 months
on tho chain gang. He richly de
serves his sentence.
A well informed gentleman, and a
close observer, said the other day :
"There should be a street opened
from East End, running in rear of
Mr. Redden Smith’s property, to con
nect with Bennett street, where it
touches Smith avenue, just this side of
Mr. T. E. Blackshear's. The citizens
living in that portion of East F.nd
ought to be given this improvement.”
Mr. E. M. Mallettc has sold to Dr.
T. M. McIntosh a one-half interest in
the beautiful lot on coiners of Hansell
and Grady streets and Colton avenue.
This lot fronts 200 feet on Paradise
Park, and runs back 200 feet. It has
a lull unobstructed view down Hansell
street and Colton avenue, and is un
questionably the handsomest residence
lot now vacant in the city.
Peter Mango, an old and reliable
train hand, running between here and
Albany, was painfully, but not seriously
injured, on Thursday night at Flint,
lie was trucking a halo of cotton to
a car, when the skid slipped, throw
ing him and the cotton to the ground,
a distance of ten feet. Dr. Davis, of
Albany, gave him medical attention,
upon the arrival of the train at that
Brunswick now has two lines of
steamers to New York. What if
Thomnsvillo was in independent
railroad connection with Jacksonville,
Fernandina, Brunswick and Savan
nah, each of these connected, as they
are, with New York ? Tho proposi
tion is enough to make a Thomasville
business man’s mouth water. And
yet they arc all within reach, if' we
would but stretch our hand and pluck
the fruit. Those connections are so
near—and yet so far.
An interesting celestial phenomenon
is announced to occur on the night of
the third of September. It will bct'nc
occultation of the planet Jupiter by
the moon. The time of the immer
sion, as seen from this locality, will
commence about a quarter before 10
p. m., and last half an hour.—Ex.
I.ook cut lor the beautiful sight. It
will attract the attention of the young
people, at least. See that the front
gate is on its liingcs.The hinges will be
taxed on the night ot the 3rd.
Almost every newspaper printed in
the state is making some rejcrcnce to
the evidences of piosperity of the col
ored people in Georgia. In every
section they are erecting their own
homes. The Middle Georgia Argus
says that a great many colored citizens
there arc putting up conrforable homes;
the same is true in Richmond, Mein,
tosh, Chatham and many other coun
ties in tlie stats. The papers printing
these facts all allude to them as hope
ful signs of the times,—Atlanta Jour-
We challenge any section of the
state to show a more thrifty colored
population than Thomasville. The
heavy increase in their taxable prop-
erty is a striking c.'idence ol their pro
Burglars Fired at.
Burglars attempted to enter the res
idence of Mr. B. W, Green, a tinner,
residing on Smith avenue, Thursday
night. They were discovered and sev
eral shots fired at them by the occu
pant. The shots frightened them off.
Mr, Green thinks there were two of
the rascals. That afternoon two Ital
ians, evidently tramps, were observed
hanging around in the vicinity, and it
is not unlikely that they weic the par
ties involved in the attempted burglary.
The electric light is beautiful iu itself but
it borrows a thousand glories fruv.t its sur
roundings in 1 ticks t\.trucks I’uliu-c
Pharmacy. Ik;oo i.i ...ulsec it. .Ill
Arc still in the front ranks, and are
there to stay. They are growing in
favor every day, and in spite of that
powerful competitor, the credit system,
our sales show, a very gratifying in
crease every week. Please read the
way down prices below :
Best Patent Flour, per bbl.
Best Creamery Butter,
New Cream Cheese,
N. Y. Salt Pork
Best Rio Coffee, ground,
M. & J., parched
Best head rice
White Extra C Sugar
And everything else in our line at just
as low figures. Wc can save you
money, and will do so if you will give
us the chance.
M. P. PlCKU'lT.
Kvcry Lilly in Thomas county is invited
to cull at Hicks k Peacock’s ikU.-tcc iMiarnm-
cy and take a look at tin; richest display ol
line perfumery ever seen .South of Washing
ton city. d l twit
FOR MERCHANTS ONLY.
Hicks k Peacock have this day received a
lull ami complete line of the finest blank
hooks ever brought to Thomasville. Jour
nals, records, day-books, ledgers, etc. Prices
cut as usual. 8-3I«l2t\v2t.
10 11)3. 1.00
11 lbs. 1.00
SOUTH GEORGIA COLLEGE,
Opens Wednesday, September 4th.
are daily receiving
and our line of
Increased Far [lilies. Slridly Military.
G. M. IJ)VI:.H>Y,
24 Honrs Longer.
The remnant ot' council goods will b
losi-4 out RKtl ARDLKS.S lit’ COST i„ th-
next 3 I hours of daylight—a word to
wise is sutlidcnt. A. ('. BROWN
Jb-Jt The Jackson St, (in
HEALTH WORTH MOItE THAN MONEY !
I touted term is still on us ! i
Purify your homos !! !
I have in store
S. -J. t'ASiKJ.S,
_3'-’2dlw _ ns ISroa.l Street
CATAIUtli CURED, heolth~and sweet
breath secured, by Shilofc's Catarrh Remedy,
Price M cents. -Vasal Injector free
Illicit leu*. Ariiien Salve.
The Rest Salve in the World for (Juts
Benin p Sores, Ulcers, Sa’.t Rheum, l-'ever
Sores, .Tetter, Cha;.|ied Hands, chill,tains
Corn --, and aP. Skin Eruption and positively
cures Piles, or no pay required. It is guar
anteed to give perfect sati-fartimi, or money
refunded. Price 'Jj cents per box. for sal*
tty S, J. Cassell, Drag Store.
Just received, another lot of Ilnir
Pin cases, -I pockets, -1 do/., pins, as
sorted, d cents. Mold out first lot iu
Needle cases, folding, 5 papers and
1-) assorted, 10 cents. Como quick:
they will go with a rush.
•Sewing machine oil, -1 ounce size, .">
cents. This goes too.
NOW POP. SOMETHIN!; lil.sl:.
Ladies’ handkerchiefs, new style,
linen lawn, very sheer, hem-stitched,
1 tucks, dd els.; never sold for less than
•jt) els. Another lot, all over em
broidered lawn, hem-stitched,:; tucks,
nobby, 31 cts.
Linen doylies, white linen, fringed,
7 cts. Von pay 124 cts. everywhere.
New lot of ladies’ underwear, robes,
skirts, chemises, aprons, etc. Haven't
room to quote prices, but will sell at
smprisingly low figures, far less than
it costs to buy material and make up
Will leave for New York and
Baltimore in two weeks to select fall
and winter stock. Will he glad to
attend to auy special commission from
luy friends and patrons.
Mrs. Jennie Carroll,
Lower Broad Milliner.
Call and get
Prices before buy
Cost Prices, andjwe
Clothier? and Furnishers,
IOG Broad St., Thomasvillo, Ga