IS INVITED TO Gl'R
Men, Youths and Boys.
If yDU conleir.ptutc the purchase of
We will make it to your interest to see us
before buying. Our stock is
WE LEAD IN
By far the handsomest stock of
or TIIK CITY.
OUR LOVELY NEW
Just received is
Agents for the Celebrated
Imported from London—
The STRICT STYLE.
Tie Latest Shanes in Collars.
Elegant Stock of
for 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.
109 & lli;BltOAD ST
THE DAILY TIMES-ENTERPRISE.
WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 23, 188£.
SIGNAL SERVICE BUREAU
. R. Thomas JrV 126 Broad Street.
O. S. Bondurant Vounteer Observer
Weather Bulletin for the 24 hours ending
at 7 o'clock r. M., Oet. 22, 1889.
7 ft. 69
2 p. tn 83
7 p. m 74
Maximum for 24 hours 85
Fair. Stationary tem
Miss Vallie Cassels returned home
The Stuart has opened a new reg
Mr. W. J. Barnard, of Atlanta,
was in the city yesterday.
M-. Sam Cassels was able to be
down to his store yesterday.
Mr, T. C. BromweU, of Quincy,
Fla,, was at the Stuart yesterday.
Read the proceedings of council on
the outside. They are interesting.
Mr. E. II. Gregory, of Louisville,
Ky., was at the Whiddon yesterday.
Mr. C. P. McDonald and wife left
yesterday for a visit to Stone Moun
Mrs. W. H. Kendrick, of Tampa,
Fla., is visitiug relatives in town and
Mr. Bob Balfour is making some
decided improvements in the Pearl
Miss Annie Scott has returned
home from a summer tour in North
Marshal Spair locked up a white
man yesterday for being drunk and
Air. B. F. Walker, and his son
Charlie, left yesterday to attend the
State fair at Macon.
Mrs. S. B. Burr and daughter,
Miss Clifford, returned from a sum
mering trip up the country yesterday.
OTTRTRIG-HT & DA.NIEL
TIh.e OeletersutecL H&n-ozs HCa-tsI
Also the finest line of shoes to be found in the city.
108 BROAD STREET. .... THOMASVI EE. G-A
2 lb. cans corn
1 can Salmon .
New Rico .
Good B. Bacon
. 5 cents
2 lb. cans Tomatoes
3 lb.cans “ .
2 lb cans Peas
. 10 cents
. 11$ cts
W. A. PRINGLE
Superior Court convened yesterday
morning at 8.30 o’clock, but there
was very little business transacted.
The case of the State vs. Wm.
Daniels was tried and a verdict of
guilty was brought in.
" The Grand Jury found an indict
ment against the Cones for voluntary
manslaughter, but on account of a
defect in the bill, it was quashed up
on motion of Solicitor General Roun
tree. The case has been set for trial
by Judge Hansel! for the first Monday
There were several pleas of guilty
for minor offences.
Court will probably adjourn this
Off For Atlanta.
Another large party left yesterday
for the Piedmont exposition. They
all anticipate a delightful trip. Among
those who went were the following:
Mrs. Evans, Mrs. E. B. Whiddon,
Misses Haney, Cora Watkins, Mattie
and Marion Davis and Bessie Herring.
The gentlemen were Messrs George
Fearn, W. M. Smith, C. G. Denmark,
J. B. White, C. H. Young, Artie Stu
art, Tom Livingston,Victor Goldbach,
Capt. Shuck Whitaker, James Black-
shear, Jr. J. J. Hall, Dr. Jeff White, K. T.
MacLean, Junius Smiih and G. E.
After Forty Years.
Among the recent arrivals at the
Whiddon is Mr. Joseph Johnston, of
Luling, Tex., who is here on legal bus
incss. Mr. Johnston is now an old
gentleman ol nearly seventy years, but
there are many who will recognize
him as the young man who went away
from hers forty years ago to seek his
fortune in the lone star state. - During
that pened he has not visited his old
home, and in the many changes it
will be hard tor him to recognize the
old Thomasville in the new.
Mr, W. H. Rogers, county survey
or, has surveyed and made a perfect
mapof Paradise Park. The execution
of the map is very good indeed. The
map shows the portion owned by the
Piney Woods hotel company, 1 8-10
acres, also the triangle immediately
in front of the hotel, containing
something over an acre, and which
is not included in the park. The
park contains something over twenty-
seven acres. A ten foot strip runs
parallel with the right of way of the
railroad, from Dawson to Hansell
street. Hansell street, from railroad
to Broad, is only thirty fret wide.
This circular drive around the park
should be widened.
■ An extra conch was put on the
Albany train yesterday morning for
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 gpods, as
some claim ” Thus talks a sensible
buyer who is able to have what she
Another says: "Lillie and Juha 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 this
l is my customer. They are looking tor
I bargains in the millinery line and they
will natural!y incline to Lower Broad.
are daily receiving
and our line ol
Judge Wolcott went .o Atlanla yes
terday. He will consult Dr. Calhoun,
the famous specialist, about his eyes,
Large parties from Cairo, Quitman
and other adjacent towns, came down
yesterday en route to Atlanta and
Mr. W. B, Watkins, who has been
spending some time at home, return
ed to his studies in the Atlanta Medi
cal college yesterday.
Mr. Louie Bouchelle left yesterday
for Atlanta. From there he will go
to Augusta to enter the Medical
college at that place.
Mr. A. J. Miller, of Augusta, who-
has been visiting relatives in the city
for several days, left yesterday for
Atlanta and Knoxville.
Capt. Tom Lake has moved his
family from Camilla here. We cor
dially welcome Capt. Lake and his
estimable wile to Thomasville.
It required four clerks to sign,
stamp and sell tickets at the depot,
yesterday morning. About one hun
dred and sixty tickets were sold.
The uuiforrus of the South Georgia
College cadets have arrived. They
arc very neat and handsome, and the
boys are as proud as soldiers in their
Fuller Wiud is doing a rattling
good business at his restaurant on
Jackson street. He didn’t clothe any
one on Saturday, but he fed one
hundred and twenty five.
Mr. W. E. Davies, of the Mitchell
and l’iuey Woods, returned Monday
from the North. He reports the out
look for a good business this season
as being very flattering.
Mr. T. C. Mitchell accompanied
President Smith of the Augusta
road, to Moultrie, on Monday. Mr.
Smith will continue his canvass along
the outire line to Augusta.
Mr. Pete Bone, Jr., left yesterday
morning for Atlanta, where lie will en
ter Moore’s Business University. Pete
is in for a thorough course, and will
no doubt take a fine stand in his
All persons who live on the location
affected by the no-fence law, bounded
on the south by the Florida Stale
line, on the west by the Ochlockonee
river, on the east by the Brooks coun
ty line, and on the north by the rail
road, are requested to attend a public
meeting at the Court House on Satur
day, November 2nd, in Thomasville,
to discuss the question of fence or no
fence in the prescribed locality. Prom
inent speakers will be present.
We regret to learn that Mr. Ilor-
rocks lost a valuable horse on Monday
afternoon. The horse got his leg
hung and broke it. The animal was
See call for a meeting at the court
house on the 2nd of November to dis
cuss the no fence law. Prominent
speakers will address ths meeting. All
parties interested should attend.
Four charming young ladies from
Quitman passed through yesterday en
route to the exposition. They were
Misses Bessie McDonald, Bessie Till
man Edd’e Baum and Mattie Roun
Mr. E. M. Mallctte is converting
the fo-mcr unsightly lot, corner of
Warren and Mitchell street, into a
very desirable peico of property. A
little money, good taste and judge
ment, have transformed the appear
ance of the property.
Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Montgomery
and child, of Apalachicola, Fla., pass
ed through yesterday en route to At
lanta. Mr. Montgomery moved away
from tnis section when quite young.
He is now one of Apalachicola’s most
progressive citizens, and a partner in
the Kimball Manufacturing Company
Dr. W. P. Clower, ot Cairo, went
up to North Georgia, with the crowd
yesterday moruiug. The Doctor will
visit the scenes of his boyhood, a sec
tion which he has not seen for more
than thirty years. Many changes
have occurred there and elsewhere,
since the young North Georgian, full
of life and hope, left the Piedmont
region for the wiregrass.
the nciomrnodation of the crowd.
Mr. Walton Stroman and wife, of
Centerville, Fla., relatives of Mrs.
N. Haddix, was in town yesterday,
and stopped with her on Monroe St.
Mrs. Stroman came up to have her
eyes treated by Dr. McIntosh.
The quarterly conference of the
colored M. E. Church of America
will convene on the second day of
November, at St. Luke’s church, 011
Burbank Potatoes, Onions, Cabbages, Codfish
Herring, New Catch Mackerel,
Frcslk Green Pickles in bulk, Fresh Ual-
Something new in I’Jug Smoking Tobacco.
Another shipment ol Cigars.
No trash to oiler ut.catch penny prices,
Always good fresh Goods at
A. C. BROWN’S,
23 3t The Jackson St. Grocer.
I will show you a fine selection and
give you Rock Bottom prices on
Of all kinds,
Window Shades, Picture Fiames and
Window and Plate Glass,
Rugs, Etc. Give me a call.
G. W. Ferrii.l,
20 3t 167 Broad Street.
Miss Kate Collins,
MITCHELL HOUSE BLOCK,
Is now receiving a most elegant assortment
ot all kinds ot Millinery Goods, such as are
usually kept in a first-class establishment,
HATS, BONNETS, PLUMES,
Gloves, Laces, Embroideries, Ribbons, &e.
In fact auything you would likely find in a
Especial attention given to Dress-making
in all its branches.
Call ami examine goods and prices.
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 rush; 84 hats
the past 4 days! This is a fair record
to begin with. The goods and prices
speak for themselves. Havn’t lime
tor 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.
You can buy at Pickett’s Cash Store:
2 lb Tomatoes at 8c can
3 lb “ at 10c can
Early June Peas at 15c can
Sugar Corn at 10c can
Lima Beans at 15c can
Succotash at 17c can
Salmon at i6;jc can
Sardines—imported at 15c can
2 lb cans Alligator Oysters 163c can
1 lb cans Alligator ‘‘ oS^c 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.
WAIT FOR THE
BALTIMORE - CLOTHING HOUSE.
They will open on or before Oct. 18th, with a
full line of Clothing, Hats, Gent’s Furnishing
Goods, etc., at advertising prices, on Jackson
street, near Kroad. Look out for the big New
York and Baltimore Clothing House siirn.
Thomasville, Ga. t Oet. 1.1, *®t>. ISoettw
Ilucklca’s Arnica Naive.
The Lest Salve in the World for Cuts
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever
Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains
Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and positively
cures Piles, or no pay required. It is gu ir-
anteed to give perfect satisfaction, or money
refunded. Price 25 cents per box. For sale
by S, J. Cassels, Drug Store.
THE WEEKLY TALLAHASSEEAN
LAND OF FLOWERS,
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