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
* and Cheap.
WE LEAD IN
By far the handsomest stock of
Cloves ^ Hosiery
Of THE C1T¥.
OUR LOVELY NEW
Just received is
Agents for the Celebrated
Imported from London—
The STRICT STYLE.
The Latest Shapes in Collars.
Elegant Stock of
tor Suits and Pantaloons to order.
Our store is open till S o’clock ev
ery evening. Will be glad to see you,
day or night.
Leaders of Styles and Low Prices.
109 & 111 BROAD ST
THE DAILY TIMES-ENTERPRISE.
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 24, 1889.
SIGNAL SERVICE BUREAU
R, Thomas Jr’s 1 126 Broad Street.
O. S. Bondurant Vounteer Observer
Weather Bulletin for the 24 hours ending
at 7 o’clock P. M., Oct. 23, 1889.
7 a. 63
2 p. 04
7 p. TO
Maximum for 24 hours 84
Minimum “ “ “ 60
The weather for Southern
Georgia for to-day, will be
threatening, with variable
Mr. W. A. Overton, of Union
Point, is stopping at the Whiddon.
Mr. D. C. Jones, of Chicago, was
at the Stuart yesterday. ■
Court is over, and the farmers have
returned to their homes.
Mr. H. S. Parsons, of New York,
is stopping at the Stuart.
Wagoft loads of syrup barrels are
being brought to town.
Water pipes were laid to the new
jail lot yesterday.
Mr. F. J. Burney, of the Atlanta
Journal, was in the city yesterday.
Judge Hopkins is buying some
flue horses for the Eclipse stables this
Mr. S. C. Floyd, of Fort Valley,
was a guest of the Whiddon yester
Judge H. W. Hopkins went down
to Monticello on business yesterday
The grand jury failed to find a true
bill agaiust Helen King, who was
charged with arson.
The changes necessary in the Miller
store for the restaurant which will be
opened there, arc being made.
The South Georgia Cadets present
a neat appearance when drilling in
their new uniforms.
The aroma of cane juice and boil
ing syrup, will sooi permeate the
Mr. W. G. Murray, of the Alabama
Midland Ily., was in the city yester
The article in yesterday’s paper
headed : “Fast Trains South,” should
have been credited to the Savannah
Several thirty-foot hitching racks
are heiug made to bo placed in dillcr-
ent parts of the town. This will be a
great convenience to parties from the
A good evidence of the growth of
the place as a city, is the numerous
stores springing up iu different parts
ot the city ; and they all seem to have
a fair trade.
Through the kindness of parties
here, a little girl was sent from this
place to the Orphans’ Home at Macon
yesterday, where she will be provided
with a home.
Capl. John Murray, of Chicago,
who camg out hero with his family,
left yesterday to return home. He
was well pleased with the place and
people during his short visit here.
Mr. Fred Myers, wife and children,
of Tallahassee, Fla., and Miss Susie
Cameron, of Pittsburg, Pa., were at
the Stuart last night, en route to
Thorp are some lovely flowers iu a
few yards in Thomasville, though
the long continued dry weather has
retarded their growth and develop
ment very much.
Hou. R. A. Connell, ot Decatur
county, Has just patented a fertilizer
distributor. He had a model of the
new invention on exhibition iu town
yesterday. It will no doubt prove a
success, judging from the mauner in
which the model works. The inven
tion should he examined and tested
by the farmers. It is a great labor-
As a matter of geueral interest, we
may state that the polls of.the county,
as shown by the tax books, stands as
follows : Whites, 1613 ; colored, 1340.
Of course this may be changed some
what by the registration now going
on, hut the change will not be very
CURTRIGrHT & DANIEL
ARE SOLE|AGENTS FOR
T’la.e CeleTora/tecL ISklos: ZHZs/fcsI
Also the finestline of shoes to he found in the city.
108 IfflOAD STREET, .... THO'MASVILLE, GrA
are daily receiving
This subject, and the best methods
of maintaining the good health of the
town, was treated at some length in
the official proceedings of council,
yesterday. The cartage system is no
doubt a good one. It has the approv
al of some of the first medical men of
the age; but, of course, it is impossi
ble to apply it to large hotels. They
must have sewerage. The Gulf House,
Cambridge Manor, the Stuart, Vir
ginia and other houses, on the West
side of Broad street, should have an
outlet. Let the town put down, at
the earliest practicable day, a com
mon sewer running down the Parnell
branch; and then let these houses
make their own connections, as did
the Pincy Woods and Mitchell with
the main sewer on the East side of
the town. This new main sewer can
be laid in installments, as the other
was, thus relieving the town of foot
ing the bills at once. In the mean
time the cartage system, as reccom-
mended by the board of health, can
do the work. But, sooner, or later,
aud it ought to be soon, a common
sewer, for the use of all on the West
side of Broad street, should be put
down. The hotels and others on that
side of Broad are as much entitled to
it as are those on the East side of the
In connection with the above Dr.
McIntosh, Chairman Board of Health,
has called our attention to an error in
the report of that board, as it appear
ed in yesterday’s issue. In speaking
of the discontinuance of cess pools,
the word “open” was used instead of
“above,” as it was written. By the
use of the word “open” it might be
inferred that the board only con
demned open cess pools, when in fact
they condemn both open and elosed
The Big Barbeouo.
The time is not far distant for the
Stock Breeder’s Fair, Confederate
reunion and big barbecue. Tliomas-
ville inaugurated the movement, and
she cannot afford to allow it to tail,
and she will not. We publish a com
munication elsewhere from “B,” on
the subject to which special attention
is invited. He is a live, progressive
citizen of the town, and, like many
others, would feel deeply humiliated
at a failure. Funds are needed. Let
every one do their share. It is the
only way to make a success of the
• A Lively Runaway.
A runaway horse created quite a
sensation ou Broad street yesterday
morning about 7 o’clock. He shied
at something opposite Jergcr’s, and
started to run. The negro driver was
thrown out of the buggy opposite
Mitchell & McIntyre’s. From that
point the horse took the concrete
pavement and made things rattle.
The buggy struck the post in front of
Mr. Cassels’ drug store, demolishing
one of the wheels, and relieving the
frightened horse of its weight. The
horse sped on, keeping the sidewalk,
with the broken shafts. He kept the
sidewalk to Lohnstein’s corner, when
he concluded the opcu street would
give more room to display his run
Fortunately the hour was an early
one, and no crowds, as is usually the
case, were ou the sidewalks.
It affords us pleasure to bear testi
mony to the urbanity and kindly dis
position of the conductors on the S.
F. & W. railroad, who couple with
their official duties the courtesies of
gentlemen, in every particular, and
we mention the matter now because
we have recently had occasion to notice
this characteristic, particularly, in the
case of Conductor Swift, who is as
clever as he can be, as is in fact every
conductor on this road we have had
the pleasure of riding with.
The fifteenth of November should
see the farmers, their wives and child
ren, in one grand social reunion. Let’s
have an old-time gathering, devoid ot
ail formality. It will do everybody
Superior court convened at 8:30
yesterday morning, but there were no
Several pleas ot guilty were filed for
Yesterday morning Judge Hanseil
sentenced the following prisoners, all
but one of which plead guilty to mis
Fannie Griffin was sentenced to pay
a fine ol $30 or four months on the
Wm. Daniels $100 or 12 months.
Geo. Robinson $150 or 12 months.
Archie Davis $75 or 10 months.
Edmund Mitchell $60 or 8 months.
Campfield Wright, $25 or 6 months.
John Jaycox $100, or 12 months.
Solomon Stanley, $24 or 6 months.
There were two felonies, both of
which plead guilty. ,
Doc McPherson, who committed a
murder in this county abuut fourteen
years ago, plead guilty to manslaught
er, and was sentenced to 6 years in the
Joe Harrison plead guilty to burgla
ry and was sentenced to three years
in the penitentiary.
The grand jury brought in a new
bill against Allred Cone and Shade
Clay lor voluntary manslaughter.
The grand jury tailed to find a bill
again Ellen King, who was charged
with arson, and she was released from
Court adjourned at 12 o’clock un
til 10 o’clock on the first Monday in
December. The Cones, and Clay,
who have been iu jail since Saturday,
gave bond and were released yester
day about noon.
W. B. Gunby Married.
Last night at 8 o’clock, at the re.-i-
dence of Mr. B. B - Wood, was con
summated the happy nuptials of Mr.
William B. Gunby and Miss Agnes F.
Wood, Rev. II. E. Lucas performing
The weddiug was a very quiet af
fair the only invited guests being the
immediate relatives of the family and
one intimate friend. Promptly at the
hour mentioned, the happy couple
entered the parlor and stood before
the man of God to take upon them
selves those vows that are to hist un
til death. —Brunswick Times.
The young gentleman has many
friends here who will he pleased to
learn of his happy marriage.
As soon as it rains it will be the
proper time to sow oats, and John
West has laid in a large supply ot all
sorts to suit the demands of the trade.
See his advertisement elsewhere.
Mr. Robert L. Orr, car inspector
in the yards of the S. F. & W. Ry.,
aud Miss Annie O’Neal, of Montgom
ery, Ala., were married in Albany,
on Monday evening. Mr. Orr has
made many friends since coming to
Thomasville, and they will join us in
tendering him andjiis fair bride cor,
dial congratulations. May the future
ever he as bright, and happy, as is
the present, with the newly wedded
“WHEN J BUY
and our line ot
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 tor low
est price, where I trade without fear
of being overcharged.”
Any one who talks or thinks iikethis
is my customer. They are looking for
bargains in the millinery 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 rush; 84 hats
the past 4 days! This is a fair record
to begin with. The goods and prices
speak for themselves. Ilavn'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.
We regret to learn that Mrs. J. N.
McKinnon is quite ill.
Mrs. W. D. Williams, of Macon,
and Mrs. Geo. W. Mathews, of Cutli-
hert, are visiting the family of Rev.
Geo. G. N. MacDoncll, en route to
the annual meeting of the Womans’
Missionaiy Society, which meets in
Mr. G. R. Clark, of Richmond,
Va., is among the recent arrivals for
the winter. He is the guest of Mr.
Lee Brown. Mr. Clark came out
last January and stayed uutil April,
and in the few months he was here
gaiued twenty-seven pounds. This
time he comes much earlier aud ex
pects to remain until June.
You can buy at Pickett’s Cash Store:
2 lb Tomatoes 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 i6jjc can
Sardines—imported at 15c can
2 lb cans Alligator Oysters i6jjc can
1 lb cans Alligator “ oSjc 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 13c pkg
tf M. P, Pickett.
Uucklen’a Arnica Naive.
The Best Salve in the World for Cuts
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Ilheum, Fever
Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains
Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and positively
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.
Call and get
Prices before buy
Cost Prices, and we
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