_ IS INVITED TO OUR
Men, Youths and Boys.
If you contemplate the purchase of
We will make it to your interest to see us
before buying. Our stock is
AVE LEAD IN
By far the handsomest stock of
Cloves S Hosiery
sic THE CITY.
OUR LOVELY NEW
Just received is
Agents for the Celebrated
Imported from London— j
The STRICT STYLE, j
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Tie Latest Shapes in Collars. |
Elegant Stock of
tor Suits and Pantaloons to order.
Our store is open till 8 .o’clock ev
ery evening. Will be glad to see you,
day or night.
Leaders of Styles and Low Prices. !
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THE DAILY TIMES-ENTERPRISE.
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1881.
SIGNAL SERVICE BUREAU
R. Thomas Ifr 126 Broad Street.
O. S. Bondurant Vounteer Observer
Weather Bulletin for the 24 hours ending
at^7 o’clock P. M., Oct. 18, 1889.
7 a. m
7 p. m
Maximum for 24 hours 81
Minimum “ “ “
When will it rain.
And the circus is a coming.
The sprinkling of Broad street re
lieves the dusty situation very much
The Savannah fast mail was about
three hours late yesterday.
Hon. Ben Russell, of Bainbridge,
was in the city yesterday.
Mrs. B. D. Ainsworth went over to
Cairo yesterday to visit relatives.
. The merchants of Thomasvillo are
carrying magnificent stocks of goods.
Quite a large delegation will go to
Atlanta next Tuesday.
To-day will decide whether Thom
asville wants a competing line of
Mr. Albert Riley and Mr. Jack
Curtright have returned from Atlan
Mrs. Lizzie Jones returned yester
day from a visit to friends in Savaiv
The average citizen cannot resist
the temptation to stop and look at the
1 Talk up the Stock Breeders’ fair, the
Confederate reunion, and that hig
barbecue, on the 15th of November.
Boarding houses are being over
hauled and put in trim for the win
. The sun should go down on a fin
ished $50,000 subscription list for a
new road. And we believe it will.
Messrs. C. W. and D. M. Betton,
of Tallahassee, Fla., were among the
guests at the Whiddon yesterday.
Thomasville has a warm southern
welcome for eacli and every one.
Mrs. Mary Jane Everett, formerly
of this place, but now a resident of
Dallas, Tex., arrived yesterday to
visit relatives in town and countv.
The day upon which a new railroad
from Thomasville to Augusta is as
sured, real, estate in this town will
bound forward an even million dol
lars. Mark the prediction.
The new pamphlet of the Mitchell
house annouuccs that that hotel will
open for guests, under the new man
agement, January 4th. The date for
the opening of the Pipey Woods has
been fixed for December 4th, one
Mr. Charley Stark will put dowu a
concrete pavement soon in front of
his store. Then let the gap be filled
in andjj|a continuous concietc pave
ment show the entire length of the
principal blocks on Broad street.
On Thursday a splendid six mule
team, sleek and fat. pulling seven
bales of cotton, and driven by an old
time darkey, passed through Board
street. It looked like old times had
come again. The team and cotton
belonged to Mr. Hugh McIntyre.
CURTRIGHT &c DANIEL
-ARE SODE'AGENTS FOR-
T’li.e CeleloiES-tecL JShcuox E£a/b©I
Also the finest line of shoes to he found in the city.
108 BROAD STREET, .... THOMASVILLE, G-A
A Georgia Clown.
One ot the attractions at John
Robinson’s circus will be the famous
old clown, Mr. John Lowlow. He is
a native of Savannah, but ran away
with old John Robinson’s circus away
back in the fifties. He is a born cir
cus man. It is doubtful it he can re
member when he could not turn a
somersault. His great reputation,
however, has come to him as an ini
mitable humorist and clown, though,
if his ago don’t forbid it, he cqn sus
tain his claim to considerable fame
as an acrobat. When John was a
hoy he was the principal performer
in a boy’s circus located on Liberty
square, in Savannah. He took to
sawdust and circus tights as naturally
as a duck to water, and has made
fame and fortune by following his in
clinations. He is deserving of all the
good things that have come to him.
He was a poor, almost friendless boy,
and through his own efforts, and in a
business that has more temptations
and trials than other callings has
made life a success. —Ex.
Mr. Lowlow will be here with Rob
inson’s circus, on the 81st. He will
probably remind Charley Cooper of
the time when it was dangerous for
chickens to roost too Jew in Yuma-
craw. In those days John and Char
ley could be tracked by the feathers.
But both have drifted from Yama
craw, Mr. Lowlow has attained fame
and fortune, and Charley—always
true to his white friends and the
democratic party, has plied his voca
tion in Thomasville ever since the
A New Establishment.
Mr. S. C. Gutherie, late of Bruns
wick, has opened a fresh and salted
fish depot, together with fresh oysters,
eggs,&c., in Thomasville He is locat
ed on Fletcher, between Broad and
Crawford street. Mr. Gutherie un
derstanris the business thoroughly,
and will keep on hand, at all times, a
good stock. Give him a call; he will
treat you right.
Two cases were before Judge Mitch
ell in the .county court yesterday.
Sam Price, horse bleaker, was tried
for misdemeanor, striking and Idling
a horse. The evidence was not suffi
cient to convict him, and he was dis
charged. George Brown was fined
814.25, including costs, for malicious
Miss Kate Collins, at the Mitchell
House block millinery store, is now
receiving an elegant assortment of
such goods as are usually kept in a
millinery store, and will be pleased to
see the ladies ot Thomasville and vi
cinity and show them her stock.
Mr. Malcolm Peacock, of McDon
ald, was in the city yesterday. He
will talk railroad to the people in his
The first carload of fixtures for the
new jail arrived yesterday morning
from St. Louis.
Miss Frederica Oakly, of Monticel-
lo, passed through the city yesterday
ca route to the exposition at Atlanta.
Mr. G. W. Collins, of Mansfield,
Ky., was at the Whiddon yesterday
cn route to Cottondale, Fla., where he
was called to atteud his son. who is
there very ill.
The may»r had a light docket yes
terday morning. An unfortunate was
fiued $10, for a plain drunk, while
Lee Hardey plead guilty to a similar
charge. Lee contributed $3 to the
city's exchequer. A case wa3 dock
eted against Tullo Quince for failing
tn work the street, but he failed to
appear to answer the charge. A bond
was ordered taken for his appearance.
Capt. Tom Lake, is at his home in
Camilla, on the sick list. ’ Conductor
Vason took out his train yesterday.
Mr. Sam Fleisher has returned
from the exposition.
Contractors Eaves & Chase have the
contract for the improvements be
ing made on the Mason and Thomp
son residences in East End.
The “Cold Day” tioupe arrived on
the belated fast mad. They are quar
tered at the Stuart.
Mr. C. Lewis, of Cairo, paid us a
call yesterday. Mr. Lewis reports
everything prospering in his section of
country, which, by the way, is one of
the best in the south.
Some one dropped a lighted cigar
through a crack in the depot platform
yesterday, igniting the paper and other
dry material underneath. A bucket ol
water extinguished what, if it had not
been discovered, might have proved a
A patient public will give Mr.
Bondurant, who has charge of the
weather, another chance to bring rain.
If he' does not come to time pretty
soon with n shower, tnere will proba
bly be a vacancy in the Volunteer
Signal and Weather Service Bureau.
Don’t forget the big Stock Breeders
Show, Confederate reunion and bar
becue, on the 15th of November.
WHEN III BUY
My new hat for this season, it must be
in the latest style, wi h rich trimming,
and elegantly finished; nothing shoddy
about it. Am willing to pay well for
it, but not for the reputation of the
biggest stock and the finest goods, as
some claim ” Thus talks a sensible
buyer who is able to have what she
Another says: “Lillie and Julia and
Eva must all have a new hat and baby
a new cap. My! expenses will run up
and income small! • I must really look
about and get the best goods for low
est price, where I trade without fear
of being overcharged.”
Any one who talks or thinks like tht3
is my customer. They are looking tor
bargains in the njillinery line and they
will naturally .incline to Lower Broad.
WILL ARRIVE THIS WEEK.
A nice new lot ladies underwear, all
grades, styles and prices. This is be
coming a popular department, because
I sell these articles for less than they
can be made at home.
Millinery opens with a rushf 84 hats
the past 4 days! This is a fair record
to begin with. The goods and prices
speak for themselves. Havn’t time
lor a formal opening. Am open every
day in the week. Glad to see you
any time, and so thankful for a share
of your trade. Call in.
Mrs. Jennie Carroll,
Lower Broad Milliner.
liss Kate Collins,
MITCHELL HOUSE BLOCK,
Judge Hansell and court steno
grapher J, M. Dreyer, returned
from Berrien court, yesterday morn
ing. Mr. Dreyer put in nis first
official work at the court, and we are
glad to learn from Judge Hansell,
that the young man acquitted himself
well in his new and responsible posi
Mr. John S. Montgomery and Mr.
Frank Hawkins, deserve the thanks
of every man, woman and child in
Thomasville, for thpir unselfish work
in getting up subscriptions to the new
railroad. They have shown tact, in
dustry and a persistence inAhe work
worthy of all commendation. We
move that they be tendered a free ride
on the first through train to Augusta,
A number of delegates to the Mer
cer Baptist Association, which has
been in session at Big Creek church,
returned to town yesterday afternoon,
en route home, the association having
Mr. J. S. Mallard returned last
night from Atlanta, accompanied by
his niece, Miss Evelyn Mallard, who
has been spending several mouths
visiting friends there. Her young
friends welcome her return.
The Thomasville Guano Co. are
now turning out the famous Home
Compound Guano. As the season
for sowing oats, and planting other
fall crops, is now at hand, farmers
will find the Home Compound equal
to the best guano made, and cheaper
than most of them.
Patronize home industries.
Is now receiving a most elegant assortment
of all kinds of Millinery Goods, such as fire
usually kept m a first-class establishment,
HATS, BONNETS, PLUMES,
Gl0VC3, Laces, Embroideries, Ribbons, Ac.
In fact anything you would likely find in a
Especial attention given to Dress-inaking
in ail its branches.
Call and examine goods nnd prices.
PIANOS AND ORGANS
W. S. Brown, the Jeweler, has se
cured the agency for nil the first-class
Pianos and Organs, which ho is selling
at the lowest prices for cash or on long
time. Those desiring to purcha«»will
do well to learn his prices and terms.
You can buy at Pickett’s Cash Store:
2 lb Tomatocs.at 8c can
3 lb “ at ioc can
Early June Peas at 15c can
Sugar Corn at ioc can
Lima Beans at 15c can
Succotash at 17c can
Salmon at 163c can
Sardines—imported at 15c can
2 lb cans Alligator Oysters t6jjc can
1 lb cans Alligator *• o8Jc can
1 lb cans Lunch Tongue 25c can
2 lb cans Corned Beet at 20c can
2 lb cans Eng. Lun. Meat 20c can
Small cans Potted Ham 75c doz
Cooper, Cox, or Nelson’s
Gelatine 15c pkg
tf M. P, Pickett.
and our line ot
Call and get
Prices before buy
WAIT FOR THE
BALTIMORE CLOTHING HOUSE.
They will open on or before Oct. 18th, with a
full liuc of Clothing, Hats, Gent’s Furnishing
Gjo<U, et<;., at advertising prices, on Jackson
street, near broad. Look out for the big New
York and Haltiinore Clothing House siuu.
Thomasville, Ga., Oct. l.% *89.
Thoro Is an end to all things, so the
people say, but there Is no end to the
splondld fitting clothing made at 81
Broad street. Cloaning and repairing
done In the neatest manner. Givo mo
* call. John Kenny.
Bucklcu'a Arnica Halve.
The Best Salve in the World for Cuts
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever
Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains
Corns, and ail Skin Eruptions, and positive.}-
cures Piles, or no pay required. It is guar
anteed to give perfect satisfaction, or money
refunded. Price 25 cents per box. For sale
by S. J. Cassels, Drug Store.
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