Which is the hand-
in years. Your kind
inspection is solic
H. Wolf) & Bro.,
S|Leaders of Styles and Low Prices.
109 & 111 BROAD ST
THE DAILY TIMES-ENTERPRISE.
SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 188S.
SIGNAL SERVICE BUREAU
R. Thomas Jr’s* 126 Broad Street.
O. S. Bondurant Vounteer Observer
Weather Bulletin for the 24 hours ending
at 7 o’clock 1*. M., Sept. 7, 1889.
7 a. Ill 75
2 p. 9°
7 p. 79
Maximum for 21 hours 90
Minimum “ “ “ G®
Rain-fall 1 *
Pafl.*eiiger for Savannah Lv... 0 00 p in
Passenger from Savannah Ar... 7 00 a in
Fast mail for Savannah . Ar... 12 05 p in
.. ** •. «• Lv.. .12 30 j» in
* “from “ Ar... 1*^11> m
“ “ from Savannah Lv... 200 pm
Passenger from Albany Ar... 0 20 p in
Passenger for “ • • • 0 30 a in
Freight and Acom. for Albany Lv... 5 45pm
.? .. .. from “ Ar... 7 20am
Freight and annum. from Wayc..Ar... 4 00 p m
.. •• for Chatt. Lv... COO pm
i. 4. >« f„r Wave.... Lv... 8 00 a in
.. %. .. from Chatt. Ar... G30 a m
THOMA8VILLE ANI) MONTICELLO.
Freight accoro. for Monticcllo Lv...8 45 a m
44 44 from “ ....Ar...620pm
Fast mail for “ ....LV...2 06 p in
44 44 f ro ,„ 41 ....Ar..l210 p m
Talk up your town.
Look out for vagrants.
Thomasville is a humming.
A nice rain fell yesterday.
The electric lights arc taking rapid-
ly. _____ *
To morrow the new jail lot will be
Drummers were plentiful in town
Stick to cotton bagging, and give
jute the go by.
Sherifl Hurst and the police made
three arrests yesterday.
Miss Lou Giannini, of Brunswick,
is visiting the Misses Stuart.
Mr. G. A. Randolph, of Alnbnmn,
was at the Widdon yesterday.
Mr. W. M. Brooks, a merchant of
Boston, was in town yesterday.
Mr. II. C. Hargrove, of New Or
leans, is stopping at the Stuart.
Thomasville ought to build up a
good jobbing trade. She can do it.
The first Florida oranges of the
season have made their appearance.
Thomasville is moving nlong stead
ily and surely. And she’ll get there.
Madison street, in front of the ware
house, presented a lively appear
Piles and piles of new goods arc
coming in. Handsomer stocks were
never seen in Thomasville.
Miss Carrie Chisholm and brother,
Master John, returned yesterday from
a visit to relatives in Savannah.
Sec T. J. Ball A Bro’s. new locals.
They are handling the very choicest
goods and selling them way down.
Mr. Adams, of Brice & Adams,
prominent merchants of McDonald,
was in the city on business Friday.
Miss Mamie Sledge, who has been
visiting Mrs. J. N. McKinnon on
Dawson street, returned home yester
Representative Smith, of Decatur
county, passed through the city yes
terday enroute home to spend Sun
The new warehouse, near the depot,
has been about completed. Four cars
were on their sidetrack yesterday un
Hon. Arthur Patten, left yesterday
for the Manatee river, Florida, where
he goes to the bedside of his father,
who is quite ill.
Rev. J. W. Carter will preach a spe
cial sermon to-night at the Christian
church. He invites white and colored
to come out and hear him.
Lumber dealers and builders should
keep an eye on Mr. Joseph L. Bever
ly’s ad. Joseph means business, busi
ness right up to the handle.
Mrs. J. C. Peters arrived from
Washimrtou Territory, yesterday
morning. Her friends are pleased to
sec her at the old home again.
A cotton special has been put on
for the last few days between here
and XVnycross. It goes down in the
morning and returns in the afternoon
R, O. Allen’s Minstrels, the first ol
the season, passed through yesterday
on route for Bainbridgc, where they
played last night. They will take
dinner at the Stuart to-day. .
CTTRTRIGKETT & I) A.NIEL
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 tlAo Big Boot. *
He Rcsteth in Jail.
Frank Williams, colored, has been
in the employ of Mr. A. F. I’revatt,
at and nbout his stoic, on Jackson
street. Yesterday Frank was selling
fish in front of the store. Mr. Joe
MeCants, who is generally wide awake,
noticed that the fish were disappear
ing more rapidly than the proceeds
were coming in. He and Mr. Pre-
vatt escorted Frank up-stairs, when
he was invited to turn his pockets
inside out, and 85.80 rolled gu$. Mr.
Williams was promptly escorted to
the hotel dc Hurst, Mr. Thomas Sin
gletary proprietor. He is lodging at
the expense of the county. Judge
Mitchell will set on him on Monday.
And he will he flattened out—flatten
ed out flutter than any flounder lie
A Wife and Mother Gone.
Mrs. W. D. Bryant died at her
husband,s residence in Fletchcrvillc
yesterday morning, after a short ill
ness. She was about thirty seven years
old and leaves, besides her husband,
five small children, four girls and a
hoy, who'are yet almost too young to
realize the loss they have sustained.
The remains were taken to Cairo yes
terday afternoon for interment. Every
one will deeply sympathize with Mr.
Bryant and his little ones. Mr. Bry
ant has hut recently recovered from
a protracted illness himself.
What It Costs.
Times-Enterprise: The following
will explain the nialter of cost referred
to by Mr. Allison, in his card, which
appeared in your issue of the 7th:
The State I Trespass ; pirn of guilts
4S. I). Allison J
Sentence to pay cost
County Court (Code 500) S
County Solicitor (act of 82-83,page
• r *31): r .
Sheriff—Arrest $2; Bond $1; 3 wit
nesses (Tf\ 50c., $1.50 (code 3G9G)
U, B. Mardrc, J.P., issuing warrant
T. N. Hopkins,
A Big Sale.
Mr. John S. Montgomery sold a
block of fifteen tenement houses, be
longing to Mr. John L. Finn, to Mr.
\v. C. Pittman, yesterday. Mr. Mont
gomery is developing into a first class
real estate agent. This sale shows
the confidence home people hayc in
Thomasville dirt. It is valuable.
Bill Daniels and Steve Jackson
were arrested and locked up yester
day. The former failed to answer a
police summons sonic time ngo, and a
bond of 850 was ordered taken.
Jackson, who is a ono arm man, was
arrested on a peace warrant.
Forty dollars of stolen money was
found on Daniel’s person.
Mr. C. A Lane, the clever repre
sentative of the Estey organ compa
ny, who lias been at the .Stuart, for
several days, left yesterday for Quin
Mrs. James Dickson, of Marianna,
Fla., spent she night with Dr. Ram
scy and family last night, enroute
home from Chattanooga,Tenn., where
she lias been spending the summer.
The Atlanta expositon has invited
all the military companies in the state
to attend, and it would he a good idea
fur the Guards to send a delegation,
at least, to represent them.
While the city is putting the cross
gs in good condition for the winter
business, it would lie a good idea for
the property owners to improve the
sidewalks by putting down concrete
Mr. Robert Dekle, the veteran
county bridge builder, of Thomanville,
was the youngest looking of the grand
sons, at the Hurst reunion, at Ock-
lockonee, last Friday.—Camilla Cla
The firemen are very much in fa
vor of having a system of ropes to
keep back the motly throng which
annoys them on overy occasion when
thorc Is a fire. Thieves take advan
tage of the excitement and crowd, to
make off with valuable articles,
Methodist Church, Rev. Geo. G.
N. MacDonell, Pastor—Prayer meet
ing at 9.30 a. nt. Preaching at 11 a.
m. and 7.30 p. m. by Rev. J. W.
Hinton, Presiding Elder. .Sunday
School at 3.30 p. m.
Baptist Church—Rev. J. L. Un
wood morning nnd night. Other
services as usual.
in the lecture room—Pastor J. H.
Hcrbcner—services at 11 a. m. and
and at eight. Prayer meeting Wed
nesday night nt 7:30. Sunday school
9.30 a. m.
Ei’iscopai. Church:—Rev. C. I.
LaRocho, Rector. Services at Library
Sunday morning 11 o'clock; afternoon
5 o’clock; Friday afternoon 5 o’clock.
Catholic Church:—Mass on sec
ond Sunday at 8:30 o’clock a. in.;
sermon at 11 a. m.
Rev. J. W. Hinton, D. D.
'Phis eminent divine will fill the
pulpit at the Methodist church to-day,
both morning and night.
Did you not ice Mr. S. j. Casscls’
electric lights last night? Sam is
keeping up with the procession.
Rev. Byron Wight has shown us
some beautiful samples of evaporated
pears. They were prepared and
evaporated by G. A. Wight & Sons
at Cairo, who have had an evaporator
in successful operation for some
We regret to learn fiom Rev. J. L.
Underwood that Hart Hamblcton
Pope, a nephew of Mr. 15. W. Hamblc
ton, died in Camilla on Friday. The
mother gave the cnild ^ grains of mor
phine, thinking it was quinine. Mr.
Hamblcton went up yesterday morn
President Lovejoy, of the South
Georgia College, informs us that pupils
arc coming in rapidly. Several matric
ulated from Cairo, yesterday. The
South Georgia College should receive a
liberal patronage from South Georgia
The New York Mail and Express
gives an account of a brilliant Ger
man in the Catskills, recently. It
occurred in Churchill Hall, a popular
summer resort. We notice that Mrs.
Joseph A. Jerger was present. The
Mail and Express says :
“Mrs. Jerger, with her sweet face
aiul attractive manner, was becoming
ly attired in bhtek tulle, diamond or
At tho last meeting of the county
commissioners, the county rate of tax
ation for this year was fixed at 60
cents on the 8100, which, with the
state tax of forty cents, will make the
state and county rates one percent, or
81 on the 8100, the highest rate of
taxation since the war. In 1878 and
1885, the state and county rates com
bined, reached 90 cents on the 8100,
and last year the rate was 89 cents.—
Chatham county pays very nearly
double the amount paid by Thomas.
Notwithstanding the fact that tin• ex
pense of a new and costly jail is pro
vided for, our tax is only 33 cents on
On the Right Line.
The News and Advertiser, Albany,
speaking of new enterprises in that
grow ing city, says :
“A canning factory is assurul:
which will prove of inestimable bene
fit to this section. The fruits ami
vegetables that now go to waste, wil[
have a steady market value, and land
within ten miles of the city wilfrbe
in demand to grow the products con
sumed in the factory. Every p"ar
orchard in this section will lie worth
8500 per acre.
It behooves all who feel any inter
est in the prosperity of the city, to eo
operate earnestly in the dibi t to secure
to the city, and section, such entcr-
jiriscs as tend to give greater value to
our products, for he, who, by intelli
gent treatment, doubles the value of
raw materials, belongs, in fact, to that
class which sustains the country—
Gin House Insurance,
IIiuikcII «& 3I«‘i’i*iSl,
ON CASH GROCERIES
We will meet lowest prices and give
9-8 3t T. J. Bali. & lino.
Stenographer and Type-Writer.
Mr. Joseph M. Droyer offers hi* services to
the public sit8 j\ stenographer anti type-writer.
All work promptly done and Satisfaction
guaranteed* Apply to or address,
JOS. M. DUEVEK,
At McIntyre k McIntyre's office,
13U Broad .Street.
Halt mackerel and No. 1 mess, at
T. J. Ball <fc Bro’s.
Notice of Dissolution.
Tlu* firm of Fife & Beverly lias thi- day
been dissolved l»y mutual consent. J. L.
Beverly assumes all contracts ami liabilities
of tlie firm, and to him all debts now owing
them must be paid. Mr, Beverly will con
duit the business in all its departments, and
will be thoroughly equipped to fill all orders
promptly, as heretofore.
J. C. FIFE,
J. L. BKVKKLY.
In retiring from the firm of Fife k Beverly,
1 do so with reluctance, as my connection
with this business and my partner, for the
past year and a half, has been of the most
pleasant nature. Mr. Beverly, my successor,
nccls no introduction to this community
and the trade at large, as be is well known
ms a gentleman of sterling worth, and as a
thorough mill ami business man has but few
superiors. Ih* will he as well prepared as
heretofore to accommodate the trade, and 1
bespotk for him'that support that 1ms been
so liberally extended this mill in the past.
J. (I. Fife.
Now crop layer raisins at T. ./.Ball
it Bro’s. * 9-8 3t
For a superior quality of table
butler call on T. J. Ball <C* Bro.
PIANOS AND ORGANS
W. S. Drown, the Jeweler, has se
cured the agency for all the tirst-olfiss
Pianos and Organs, which he is selling
at the lowest prices for cash or on long
time. Those desiring to purchaso will
do well to learn his prices and terms.
Fresh cream cheese at
8 9 3t T. J. Ball & Bro’s.
Furniture, Carpets, Bedding, Children 8
Carriages, Wall Paper and Window Shade
Straw mattings, Rugs, etc. Thu best style
and lowest prices in the city.
GEO. W. FORBES,
0-1 l-w2t d'.f Masury Building*
Buy dried white codfish ofT. J.
Ball & Bro. 9*8 3t
are daily receiving
and our line ot
i ax and Registration Notice.
I will be at the following named
places on days named below for the
purpose of collecting the State and
County taxes for the year 1S89, and
registering the legal voters of Thomas
Duncanville, Monday, Sept. 9.
Metcalfe, Tuesday, “ 10.
East Glasgow, Wednesday, “ n.
lioston, Thursday, “ 12.
Ways, Friday, “ 13.
Murphcy’s, Monday, ■* 16.
Ochlockonee, Tuesday, “ 17,
Spence, Thursday, “ 19.
Cairo, Friday, “ 20.
P. S. IIkuii, T. C. T. C.
Are still in the front ranks, and are
there to stay. They are growing ill
favor every day, and in spite of that
powerful competitor, the credit system,
our sales show a very gratifying in
crease every week. Piease read the
wav down prices below :
Rest Patent Flour, per bfd
Rest Creamery iJutter,
New Cream Cheese,
N. V. Salt Pork
Rest Rio Coffee, green,
M. >V J.. parched 30
Best head rice 6A
Granulated Sugar, [o', lbs. 1.00
White Extra C Sugar 11 lbs, 1.00
And everything else in our line at just
as low figures. We can save you
money, and will do , o if you will give
us the chance.
M. P. Pickett.
Opens Wednesday, September 4th.
Iii.T'isol Facilities, Strictly Military.
For catalogue, address
(). M, LoVKJOV,
d in one and half gallons ca
like from kittle, at
J. T. Bai.i. & Bro’s
iT.Utlill UUItlft), health an,l bv
h smiriM, hy Shilol’s Catarrh Rcun
i 50 cents. N eal Injector fro;
Call and get J :
Prices before buy
Cost Prices, and we
Clothiers and Furnishers,
106 Broad St., Thomasville, Ga