Which is the hand-
in years. Your kind
inspection is solic
H. Wolff & Bro.,
S|Leaders of Styles and Low Prices.
100 & 111 DUO AD ST
THE DAILY TIMES-ENTERPRISE.
TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1889.
SIGNAL SERVICE BUREAU
K. Thomas Jr's' 126 Broad Street.
O. S. Bouduraut Vounteor Obsorver
Weather Bulletin for the 24 hours ending
at 7 o'clock I*. M., Sept. 9, 1S89.
Tksi [■>: ii a r [, as.
7 a. in ‘5
Minimum “ “ “ <,s
Allen’s minstrels left yesterday for
Misa Laura Jones 1ms left for New
The Whiddon opeued a new register
for its guests on Sunday.
Mr. N. M. Gilmer, of Florida, was
at the Whiddon yesterday.
Mias Dora Dekle has returned from
a visit to friends in Camilla.
Mr. Shelby Davis and wife of Quit-
man, spent Sunday in town.
The school children arc invading
the book stores for school books.
See notice of a stray deer. Suitable
reward is offered for its return.
County court was in session, yester
day and transacted some buiness,
though no eases were tried.
Messrs. Held and Culpeper are
putting a new Moor in their drug store.
Mr. C. W. Bowman, of the Central
railroad, was at the Whiddon yester
Miss Josephine Taylor, who has
been visiting relatives in the city, re
turned to Monticello yesterday.
Itev. J. I'- Underwood, of Camilla,
preached two ahlo sermons to fine
congregations at the Baptist church
Mr. John A. Scott, representing
the Pauly Jail Co., of St. Louis, ac
compnnicd by his wife, is stopping at
Miss Bcne.ta Edwards, who has been
visiting relatives in the city for some
time, has returned to her homo at
Cherry Lake, Fla.
The new knife for the street grader
has come. Marshal Spair tried it on
Broad street yesterday morning, and
it worked like a charm.
Dr. McTycr’s fine mineral Springs
is growing in popularity. The place
ought to be Improved. It could be
made a very attractive suburban ro
Mrs. Shine and Miss Katie Winn
f Darien, who have been spending
>me time with relatives in the city,
:ft yesterday morning for Millcdgc-
Seventy-five guests dined at the
tuart on Sunday. And thirty-five
f them were knights of the grip,
honiasvillc is head quartern for the
Mrs. Jane Mitchell and family will
love lytck to their plantation on the
oston road. The bright, winsome
rcsencc of Misses Honorific and
leorge, will lie sadly missed in town,
V their numerous friends.
We are authorized to say to our
rrespondent, “Flctclievillc” that his
quiiy in reference to the financial
ndition of the town, will he nnswer-
by the Chairman of the finance
minittce on Wednesday morning.
Mr, K. M. Mallette has bought the
rge lot and four small houses mi
rner of Mitchell slid Wnrrcu streets,
mi Mr. B. F. Cochran. Mr. Mal-
tte believes in Thoniasvllle real ea
Mr. John Montgomery sold a hand-
me residence lot yesterday to Mr.
J<\ Cochran. It is located on
nrreii street. Mr. Cochran will
set a resilience on the lot. Thom-
villc dirt moves.
Mr. Mac Reese and Mr. George
. Ferrell left yesterday for Haiti-
)rc, where they will take in the
■iole in tlml city. From thence
cy will take in all the principal
;ies in the North and East, for the
irposo of buying goods suitable for
eir trade. Mr. Reese stys he is
ing to buy every new and modern
vclty to be found, ill his lino. Mr.
irrell will, also, select the latcjt and
>st stylish of every thing in the
rniturc line. The stock of both
esc gentlemen, will show this fall
d winter, the latest thing, out. ,
CURTRIGHT &c D 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.
SSism of tlxo Big Boot.
A mooting of the Thomas County
Stock Breeders is called at 10 a. m.
on next Saturday in Judge Mitchell’s
office. For reasons deemed sufficient
by the association, this society has
held no fair for the past two years.
No similar reasons exist now, and the
association proposes to hold a fair this
fall, the date to be fixed at the meet
ing next Saturday. Appreciating the
good that this organization has accom
plished, and the stimulus and encour
agement its exhibits have given to
home-raising of stock, it is to he sin
cerely hoped that the Society will re
ceive the general and hearty support
that it merits. Under its By-Laws
every citizen of the county, whether
directly or indirectly interested in
stock raising, is a member of the asso
ciation. No initiation fee or dues
arc required of any. and no charge
for exhibiting. The officers receive
no salary or compensation. The only
expense to any member is the gate
fee, 2”> cents, which is required of
every one who attends the annual
exhibition, and this money goes to
the payment ol the premiums of the
succeeding exhibit. Thus it. will he
seen that the im-oeiation is working
solely for the, pjihlic good, and being
thus actuated, it is (he duty of every
citizen of the county to give it Ids
encouragement and support. The
old South Georgia Fair did incalcu
lable gooil to Thomas county and to
Southern Georgia, and the Stock
Breeders Association, organized upon
its demise, has done and will still do
much good by encouraging the rais
ing and improvement of all kinds ot
farm stock. There is no good reason
why the farmers of Thomas should
not raise their own stock, and raise it
of a quality equal to the best to he
found anywhere. This is the object
pf the Stock Breeders Association,
and it will not fail of its purpose if all
our farmers will co-operato and work
to this cud. Then let every one who
can attend the meeting next Satur
day. Resolve to revive the associa
tion and to put it on a more useful
and active footing. One day in each
year devoted to exhibiting our stook,
meeting together, and comparing
experiences, will not only prove pleas
ant but will 1)0 time well spent. By
all means let us revive the fairs.
The Jail Located.
As will ho seen by reference to the
proceedings of the called meeting of
the Board of County Commissioners
yesterday,they have selected the vacant
lot between the old ccmctries, ns a
location for the new jail. This will
give general satisfaction. There is,
eertoiply, fewer objections to that lo
cation than any oilier which could
have been selected. Now that the
location has been fixed, we presume
the work will be promptly pushed by
the I’anly Jail Co., of St. Louis Mo.,
who have the cotract for the erection
of Thomas county's new prison.
Ho is Welcomed.
Mr. W. E. Borden, of Springfield,
Mo,, who recently purchased a tract
of land on the Magnolia road, near
the city, arrived Saturday, with a car
load of his eflCets; among other thing-,
some very fine cows.
Mr. Bowden is a lawyer by proles
sion, and a gentleman by nature. He
comes to make Thomasvillc his future
home, having been forced to leave his
old home on account of throat troubles.
He has a wife and several children,
who will come on later in the season.
We bespeak for this gentleman and
his family a hospitable reception by
our people. He will proceed to iiu
prove his place, immdiatcly, and will
make it ono of the most attractive
suburban homes around our beautiful
Funeral Notice 1
The friends and acquaintances ot
the family arc invited to attend the
tuncral of little Carrie ltclle, daughter
ol Mr. and Mrs. John Wesley Wcth-
ington, from the residence of Mrs.
Mary Wethington, on Smith Avenue,
at 9 o’clock this morning. Interment
in Laurel Hill Cemetery.
Pelham had a riot on Saturday even
ing. The marshal attempted to quell
a disturbance between some whites
and negroes. In die melee the mar
shal, Mr. H. 1). Castleberry, was mor
tally wounded. Several others, white
and colored, were wounded—one
negro' very badly, though it is
said he will recover. Some
seventy-five shots were fired. Dr.
McIntosh was telegraphed for, and
drove through on Saturday night. The
marshal died on Sunday morning.
.At last accounts everything was
quiet. A number of arrests have been
Carrie Belle, aged three years, the
little daughter ol Mr. and Mrs. J. W.
Wethington, of Wnukuciia, Fla., died
at the residence of its grandmother,
Mrs. Mary Wethington, on Smith
Avenue, yesterday morning, nt half-
past seven o’clock, of congestion, after
an illness ot only a few days. The
death is a peculiarly sad one, Carrie
Belle being a twin sister. The other
twin is very ill.
The sorrowing parents have the
sympathy of the entire community ill
their loss and giief.
See funeral notice elsewhere.
Proceedings of County Commissioners.
Office Roaki) Co Comm’rs, J
Thomasvii.i.k, Sept. 9, 1889. )
Board met persuant 10 adjournment
Present, Hon. A. P. Wright, Chairman
cominiltce; Bullock, Finn, Mallette
and Lilly, Motion by M R. Mallette
that the jail be located on vacant
county lot between the two cemeteries.
A. P. Wright,
Redden Smith, Chairman.
Ten cases of disorderly conduct
for various offenses, were up before
his Honor in the police court, yes
terday morning. Some were up for
fighting, one for drunkencss, others
tor abusive language, and, in fact
most of the petty disturbing elements
had a representative. Wm. Franklin,
D. A. McQuinn, and Gus. Stripling,
had cases docketed against them. The
latter two were discharged; Franklin
was fined $3, Joe. King and Joe.
Adams were up for fighting. They
plead guilty and were fined 85 and
costs, each. Turner Radford and
Young Williams were tried and dis
charged. Daniel Mitchell, who got
full the other night, and wanted to
whip somebody, was fined $6, includ
ing costs. Emma Bennett and Jennie
Montgomery were fined $3 each, fur
quarreling, or two days. A case was
called against Henry l’atlersou, hut,
as he failed to put in an appearance,
the customary bond of $50. was or
dered taken to insure bis presence.
And the mourners filed out ot the
city hall with lighter pockets and an
other morning's experience before the
Attention Stock Breeders.
Owing to the unavoidable absence
of the Pro-iiloiil, the meeting ol'ihe
Thomas County Stock Breeders,
called lor last Saturday, was not Ii Id.
The call is now made for next Satur
day, at Judge.Mitchell's office, at HI
it. m. The object of the |nceti#r is
to lix the date for holding the fair and
adopting a premium list. Every one
interested in anywise in raising -lock
is a member of the Association, and
all who can are earnestly requested to
he present at the meeting. Remem
ber the time and place. By order of
J. T. ('hast.mx, Secy.
A tawn doe about 11 months o*.d. ;'»i
very strayed from the owner Simla
morning. Any one taking up •'am- an
notifying thu oMIo* wii! hr suitably rvwani
ftl. ’ 10-dlt
Sealed in one and half gallons cans,
fresh like from kittle, at
J. T. B.u.i. & lino’s.
ON CASH GROCERIES
We will meet lowest prices and give
9-8 .'it T. J. Bade & Bro.
Stenographer and Type-Writer.
Mr. Joseph M. Drrvcr oflora his services to
the public as a stenographer and tvpc-writor.
All work promptly done and satisfaction
guaranteed- Apply to or address,
JOS. M. DIIEYER,
At McIntyre k McIntyre’s office,
i:»U Broad Street.
Salt mackerel and No. 1 mess, at
T. J. Ball & Buo’s.
Notice of Dissolution.
Tin: firm el Kite & Beverly lias this duy
lire:! dissolved by mutual consent. J. E.
lievi-rh assumes all rout-suets and liabilities
of lb.• firm, and to him all drills now owing
them tulist be paid. Mr. Ibncrly will con
duct the business in all its depai iniouts. and
a i 11 b - thoroughly i-ipiippcd tu fill all order.-,
prompt! v, as heretofore.
.1.(1. Fi it:,
J. I,. IIKVKKI.Y.
In ivliring I' lie fir ' Ml- & Beverly,
are daily receiving
willi this liii.-ine.s and lii.v partner, lur the
past year and a ball, lias been of Ihc most
pb-asant nallire, Mr. Beverly, my successor,
need- m, introduction to tliisYonin,unity
a,id I In- I rade at large, ns lie is well known
as a gi-uI b-iiian of sterling wurlli, and as a
thorough mill ami business man lias but few
-Hp-rior-. He will be a well prepared US
liereloloi'e I o .i.-.-omimidali- the I rade, and I
In .■ye ik for him tlml support lhai has Incn
30 liberal I'. ev t ended Ibis mill in the past,
.1. ti. Fife.
New crop layer raisins at T. J. Ball
& Bro’s. !)-8 .‘It
For a superior quality of table
butter call on T. J. Ba!l,.fc Bin,
IT A NOS AND ORGANS
W. S. Brown, the Jeweler, lias se
cured the agency for all I ho llrst-olnss
l’iunoa and Organs, which Uo is selling
at Iho lowost prices tor cash or on long
time. Those desiring to purclinso will
do well to learn hls prices and terms.
Fresh cream cheese at.
.8 9 3t T. J. Bade & lino’s.
Furniture, Carpets, Bedding, Children
Carriages, Wall l’uper and Window Shade
Straw mattings, lings, ete. The best style
niuT lowest prices in the city.
BED. W. KOItBES,
11-w2t d'.l Masury Building-
Buy ilrieil white codfish af T- J.
Ball & Bro, y-8 3t
Are still in the front ranks, and arc
there to stay. They arc 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 Hour, per bbl. 5 65
Best Creamery Butler, 25
New Cream Cheese, 13
Magnolia Hams, . 13
N. Y. Salt Pork 08
Best Rio Coffee, green, 22
M. & J., parched 30
Best head rice 61
Granulated Sugar, 1 o', lbs. 1.00
White Extra C Sugar it lbs. 1.00
And everything else in our ling at just
as low figures. We can save you
money, and will do : o if you will give
us the chance.
M. P. Pickett.
sunii (jiioRiilT collMC"
Opens Wednesday, September 4th,
lucruas.'i IViltlirs. Suit'lly Military,
l ur ni-kiic, :u|dr«H
(i. M. l.oYKJoY.
;hi2 J.: Ini
Gin House Insurance,
Tln'ii' is mi end tu all tiling.-, Hid
pi'.ipb'say, b it tlu'l-D 1:1 nil end In Hid
splendid lilting i-bdbing made at SI
Bl ond sti ont. Cleaning and impairing
iteil.D In the neati-st lliaillliT. Givo mo
a call John Kenny.
Iliicklru** Arnica Mulrr.
Tin 1 Host S.ilvi* in th.» World for Cuts
llrui.'CA, S>ro.«», Hour*, Salt Ilhcipn, Fever
Sore?, Totter, Chapped Hand*, Chilblains
Corns, and all Skin Kruptions, and positively
cares Pile.-*, or no pay required. It is guar
anteed to give perfect satisfaction, or money
refunded. Price J j cents per box. For sale-
by »S, J. Cassels, Drug Store.
CATAIIKII CTttKD, health and sweet
breath secured, by Shilol’s Catarrh Heme dy
Price 50 cent:?. Nasal Injector free
jjancl our line ol
Call and get J
Prices before buy
Cost Prices, and we
Clothier? and Furnishers,
103 Broad St., Thomasvillo, Ga