THE DAILY TIMES-ENTERPRISE.
JOHN TRIPLETT, • - • Editor.
S. B. BURR, * Business Manager.
THURSDAY, DECEMBER 19, 1889.
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The Weekly Times-Entkhimusk is
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Served Him Right.
Charleston, W. Va , Dec. i6.-
W. A. McCorkle was presented with
gold headed cane, Saturday night, 1
some friends, in recognition of his a
tion, last Sunday, in striking Unite
States Marshall White, who had sa
that Jeff Davis should have been bur
ied in Potter's field.
Daily Am kutis so Ratks
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first insertion, and 50 cci ts
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One Square, two months
One Square, three months
One Square, six months, -
One Square, twelve months,
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ft. B. BI KK. Knwin
:c for the
Stand 1 >v tariff reform.
The South is still solid—for good
The country needs rahi and cooler
All the world will he merry dinin'
happy Christmas times.
The republicans in Congress intend,
if possible, to unseat a number of
Burke, O’Sullivan and Coughlin
ought to have been hanged for the
murder of Dr. Cronin. The verdict
sentencing them to prison for life, is
considered a compromise.
With the burial of Mr. Davis, sure
ly all bitterness and recrimination
between the North and South should
cease. Some ghoul, will, however,
dig down into the grave of the dead,
and insist that the rebellion still lives.
The time for getting ready for the
next crop is near at hand. A good
start is a very important matter with
the farmer. Ground well and thor
oughly prepared is half the fight.
The impecunious tramp is making
his way southward. He is not in
search of health or work, but would
bask in the south’s sunshine during
the bleak winter months. Tramps
and millionaires alike seek our sunny
Speaker Reed must have had a spite
against Mr. Turner, of Georgta. In
removing him and placing Mr. Crisp
at the head of the elections commit
tee, it looks as if the republicans had
not forgotten Mr. Turner’s beautiful
attack on Mr. Kennedy, of Ohio.
News and Advertiser.
The northern people may blow as
much as they please about the whites
and blacks in the south, hut Aloany
has the strongest lest monial thatcould
be offered against their slanders.
Frank McArthy, the colored barber,
who is a general favorite in Albany,
draped his shop in mourning, as a
tribute to the dead hero, Jefferson
Davis. And he did it voluntarily, un-
solicited, and free of any pressure
whatever. Now, let the northern peo
ple comment on this.—News and Ad
rhe Atlanta Sunday Chronicle is
ponsible for the following:
‘Do you know why duBignon went
;of the race for governor?” asked
,'hatham citizen at the Kimball the
ter night. “You don’t? Well, let
give you a pointer. duBignon
night another promineut gentleman
m his section wanted the honor,
I quietly went out, and I tell you
it Chatham prominent gentleman
II be heard from, too.”
‘Who is he.”
‘Hon. J. H. Estill.”
Mr. Estill is one of the solid, clear-
rded men of Georgia. He would
kc an excellent, conservative, pro-
tssive chief executive of the great
te of Georgia.
The service to Havana has ln-en
made a tri-weekly one. Steamers will
leave Port Tampa on Mondays,
Thursdays and Saturdays at it |>- m.,
arriving at Havana on Wednesday,
Saturday, and Monday, at 6 p. in-
stopping at Key West en-routc. Re
turning steamers leave Havana at t
p. m., on Mondays, Thursdays and
Earthquake in Granada.
Madrid, Dec 17—A shook of
earthquake was felt in Granada hist
night. At one theater, which was
full of people, the audience became
panic stricken and lied from the
building. All escaped without serious
injure. No damage was done.
The men convicted of the murder
of Dr. Cronin have appealed for a
Washington, Dee. 17.—President
Harrison to-day transmitted to tiie
Senate the extradition treaty with
England referred to in his annual
message, negotiated by Secretary'
Blaine and Sir Julian Pauncefote,
the British minister. By its terms
the number of extraditable offenses
is largely' increased, the most impor
tant addition being that of embezzle
ment, so that if the treaty he ratified
Canada and the United States will
cease to exchange a class of undcsira
hie residents who have hitherto secur
ed immunity from punishment.
Fifty Head to be Sold at Auction,
Wednesday Next, at 10 O’clock.
Two car loads ot wcs.crn linrscs will lw
sold to the highest bidder in 1 homnsv’lie
Christmas Day (2tuh List..) commenting at
10 o’clock. The hoises n.e from three to si:;
years old and weigh fiom mo to 900pounds
each, and arc toed from Kentucky stock,
comprising saddle horses,work hoises,choice
males, matched pai'S and good business
horses, suitable for all kinds of work: also
a number line young horses and mines that
arc unbroken,' The terms of sale will he
cash and eveiy horse sold under u gun-an-
tee. This will he a good chance to pm-chaso
a good liaise at your own price ns the lens
es will be sold without rescue. Thee will
he no postponement on account of rain, ns
Mr. McCaflerty, the owner, has other busi
ness that lcquiies his immediate attciwon,
and the horses must he fold.
Three furnished rooms, dining : oom and
kitchen, S. \V. corner (Taiviord and Wash
ington sin. Apply at house. IhU
Reese & liason puts out something new
Hotel v Brighton,
BROAD 6T., OIT. MITCHELL HOUSE.
Gas^ElectricBel Is, Hot
and Cold Baths,&c.
MILLER & CO.
Holiday Goods (or the Hundreds
Immense Stock to Select From.
A FEW OF THE MANY SPECIALTIES:
At last a verdict has been rendered
n the Cronin case. The following is
“We, the jury, find the defendant;
lohn F. Beggs, not guilty. We, the
ury, find the defendant, John Kunze,
juilty of manslaughter, as charged in
he indictment, and fix his punish-
nent at imprisonment in the peniten-
iary for the term of three years. \Ve,
he jury', fiud defendants Daniel
Joughlin, Patrick O’,Sullivan aud
Jarlin Burke guilty of murder in the
nanucr and form as charged in the
ndictment, and fix the peualty at
mprisonmeut in the penitentiary for
he term of their natural lives.”
The men ought to have been hung;
mt the next best thing was to send
hem up for life.
Jewelry novelties, Gold amt Silver t\ inch
es, Sterling Silverware, Fine Leather Goods,
Photograph Stands, Fancy Articles of every
description, Picture Frames, Brick-altruck,
Brass Goods, Opera Glasses, Fine Silk l m-
brellas, Canes and Riding Whips, Clocks in
Ony::, Marble Bronze, Hard Wood, Crystal,
Carriage Clocks, etc., Cut Glass, Japanese
Ware, Cutlery, Decorated Lamps, Hollow
and Flat Plate Ware, and Fine China, com
prising the following articles*. Vases. Coin-
ports, Dessert Sets, Cups and Saucers,Crack
er Jars, Pot Pouri Jars, Choekolate Pots,etc,
and many other tilings too numerous to
See tiie steam engine. It is a wonderful
toy. Buy a dollar s worth of toys and you
will have a chance to own it.
12dectf RFID k CULPEPPER
I have Photo and Auto Albums, (not the
largest stock in tiie city) but I want to sell
what I have. S. J. CASSELS.
The steam engine, run by actual steam,
will he on exhibition in tile front of our
store to-day and until tiie holidays. Let
the little folks come and sec it. If they buy
a dollars worth of toys they will secure a
ticket that will give a chance to secure the
A small select d stock of Holiday Goods
s ottered in my Drug Store, 11k ilroail St.
1 tdeett S. J. CASSELS.
Tiie goods on our a and 10 cent counters
1! go with a rush. Secure the best sclec-
ms'nnd avoid tiie rush later.
•jileetf REID & CULPEPPER.
Post goods for the lowest money at Rees
,V Eason's- 1 r.ilectf
Do not forget Hint we are headcplarter:
or Santa Claus, anil that we have a sun
, n ,litgl, steam engine. Let the little fellow.-
oimmuid see ft. By Inlying a dollars wort!
if lovs one of them may become its owner
I -j,h ctf REID & CULPEPPER.
loll'! forget to go to Reese k Eason's and
their display. Kulectf
ne elegant tiooks, suitable lor
Come early before the assort-
i ill the "standard poets and
I!El!) k CULPEPPER.
, more smlahh: 'nr a holiday gift
!,! pen or pencil. We have a splen-
and so cheap von will lie surmis-
P.EID k CULPEPPER
In olush goods mid novelties in fancy sta
oncrv we can olease the most instilli..ii-
caily to show our goods.
REID k CULPEPPER.
ime aud see the engine, run by sure
steam, round it circular track. It is
novcf and unique. Huy a dollar's n ortli ot
, s and you get a ticket that will give you
h-mcc to own this wonderful machine.
iMectf REID k CULPEPPER.
ntu Claus lots come to headquarters, lie
has brought ail unusual nun,tier of pretty,
useful gifts for the season^ Come -yourself
and bring the little lolks.
t-gdci-tf REID k CULPEPPER.
8. .1. CASSELS.
CIIII 1ST,II AS CAKDS,
Mail one to your friends
An engine r.un by- steam, on a track with
luirp curves, with never an accident. Come
ml see it.
1-2,leaf REID k CULPEPPER.
The little folks will lie delighted with our
steam engine. If they buy a dollar's worth
of toys they will have ft chance to own it.
Let them come and see it.
dec 12 tf REID & CULPEPPER.
ICE v COMPANY.
ICE MADE FROM DEEP WELL
WATER, CHEMICALLY PURE.
A N Y W HEREIN Tfi E CITY.
TO WAGONS AND MAIL DIRECT
W. S. KESFER,
OPER A HOUSE
.'ommcncing Thursday, Dec. 19th.
Matinee Saturday for Ladies and Child
ren, at 2: 30 c
The Great Bell-Ellis Combination.
Two Big Shows in one. Bell’s ORIGI
NAL ROYAL MARIONETTES
Together With Ellis Cyclone
of Novelties und Gtand
9 Elegant and Valuable Presents Olv-I
cu Away at Each Performance. I
Admission 35 and 50c
Reserved Seats on sale at RIED it
,000 Bran and Oat Sacks at lee Factory.
ludecOt W. S. Karen, Man.
Remember your friends here and elsewhere
by making them a suitable holiday present.
We can suit you.
12dcctf REID k CULPEPPER.
ItCIlCWN Her You til.
Mrs. Phoebe Cliosley. Peterson, Clay Co.,
Iowa, tells the following remarkable story,
the truth of which is vouched for by the
residents of the town : "lam 73 years old,
have been troubled with kidney complaint
and lameness for many years; could not
dress myself without help. Now I am free
from all p.-in and soreness, and tun able to
do all my own housework. I owe my
thanks to Electric Hitters lor having renew
ed my youth, and removed completely all
disease anti (lain.” Try -n bottle, 50c and
$1, at 8. J.Casscls’ Drug Store.
$75.00 to $250.00 AS
working for uh. Agents preferred who cun
furnish a horse and give their whole time to
the business. Sparo moments may bo profit
ably employed also. A fewcanvasors In to
nn.i It V -tnllNSOV A- (TO.. 1090 M
l cities 11. F. JOHNSON A CO., 1099 Main
St. Richmond, Va.
A. B —Please stale aye and business expert-
nee. Never mind about sending stamp/or reply,
r. F. J. A Co.
REID & CULPEPPER.
BOARD IN TIIE COUNTRY.
A few persons desiring the quietude of the
country and the aroma of the pines, can be
accommodated at Jersey Farm. ^ Gentlemen,
not sick enough to require special attention,
Notice to Tax Payers and Voters.
Notice is hereby given that the Tax and
Registration books for the year 1889 will
positively close on Friday, Dec. 20th, at 4
p. m. Can be found at my office iu Thom-
asvilie from now until the close.
P. S. HEATH, T. C. & Registrar.
Nov. 20, 1889.
W A N T S.
G. H. Wyant, the Upholsterer, wants to
lay Carpets* Wool at 75 cts., Brussels at $1;
wants to re-upholstcr your parlor furniture;
wants to make over your mattresses. Call
at Ainsworth's Grocery. 2Goct3m
FURNISHED ROOMS TO LET.
Four nice, sunny rooms, in best locality
ia the city. Do Ft w nt any very sick
people, or children. Table board
nonldoo . Apply a * Reid and Culpup-
per’s D- ug Store. 12Dcctf
II. HAMILTON. Proprietor.
Open for the Season of 1689-90.
L F. THOMPSON 150
No. 131 BROAD STREET,
Thomasville, - Ga.
QALL OS BIOT FOE
L F. ftaupoa & Do.
They Have Gome!
They Have Gome!
We are now in receipt of the
For the Gosh
In New York
Prices never equalled in the South.
Come and see.
SS. A. S5ASS.
MISS UHL Eli,
Formerly of Philadelphia, will open her
house for the season,
Monday, December 2nd.
Corner lVnrron and fteward WircclH,
3dlm IHOaiANVILliE. GA.
V. A. HORKOCKS,
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER
Having had a long experience in the
northern states, and being fully competent
'o contract for and build any kind of store
house, public buildings, private residences,
Sic., Sic., and having located in Thomosville
with a view fo making it my future home, I
respectfully olfCr my services to those who
may wish any kind ot building erected. I
ani prepared to make contracts or niferin-
tend, make plans,, specifications, A
share of the patronage of the people of Tnoin-
asville and vicinity Is respectfully solicited.
Letters addressed to me through post office
will reach me, or I can be seen for the pres
ent at the new brick building on Madison
street, corner Jackson.
V. A. 1IORROCKS.
declOtf Thomosville, Ga.
FOR SALE BY
IAS Broad St..
TEiomnsviilc, - C4a.
16 acres on cor. Remington
avenue and Mitchell st., beau
tifully situated, high and roll
ing. all within the city limits.
The depot of the Ga.Southern
& Fla. R. R. will be located on
or very near this property.
i lot on Love st., 190 feet
front, 240 feet deep. Choice
property $9 per foot front.
4 lots on Crawford st., U5
ft front each, 180 ft deep, to
an alley, only 4 blocks from
business business center. $10
per front foot.
1 lot on Love st., 105 feet
front, 140 feet deep, beautiful
lot for $1,000.
16 acres just outside the
corporate limits, on the road
to Mr. S. R, VanDuzer’s ele-
gant country home, 12 acres
in fine state of cultivation,bal
ance timber; nice new tenant
house and fences all in tiptop
order. Price $1,000.
1 lot on Love st,very choice
120 ft front, 240 ft deep. Price
1 lot on Dawson st, 103 ft
front, 420 ft deep . to Young
st. Some choice bearing fruit
trees. This lot is very desir
able. Price Si.600.
30 acres 2 1-2 miles from
Mitchell House, in the forks
of two noted public roads, ele
gant location; very high and
attractive. Price $l,ooo.
5 lots on Chestnut st.. 82 ft front,
ISO ft deep to an alley for $I50 each,
These lots are absolutely worth doublo
II lots on north Dawson st., 88 feet
front, 190 ft deep, to an alley, for $250
each; very cheap. North Dawson is
a beautiful street.
' 10 acre tract on Mngnolfc ave., 250
to BOO beautiful pear trees of different,
varieties coining into bearing. Flow
ers and shrubbery in abundance.
Handsome now dwelling of 9 rooms
in perfect order, servant's house, barn
and other outbuildings. I say, with
out fear of contradiction, that this is
the most attractive suburban home
for sale around Thomasvillc. Price
5 lovely 0110-acro lots on Young sf.,
handsomely dolled with beautiful pino
trees, at a low down price.
10 aero tract cor.Yonng and Spruce
sts., just outside the corporate limits.
New il room house and well fenced.
Nearly all in cultivation. Sonio nice
pino timber. Splendid locution. Prico
flt.J aero tract cor. Magnolia ave and
Maple st., 2 tenant houses; all under
new fence and in high state of culti
vation ; 200 2-vear old LeConle pear
trees; line oak grove for building site.
This is a lovely spot and is very cheap
Two7-acrc tracts on Young St. that
would make beautiful homes. Tills
"round is especially adapted to the
growth of pears, plums, peaches,small
Fruits and vegetables. Price $100 per
10 very handsome lots in Fcarnsido
covered with stately pines, to 1
acre cadi ; high aud dry. Price $250
to $1100 each.
2-acrc lot cor. Magnolia and Linn-
wood aves., with new 5-rootn cottage.
The lot nicely fenced and all set with
fruit trees, flowers and shrubbery;
lids place will make a charming homo
and very cheap, price $1,800.
2 of the most complete and attract
ive homes on Dawson street, very
reasonable. Every one knows that
Dawson is decidedly the best resi
dence street in Thomasvillc.
For the first time I offer Magnolia
park for sale. It ins no equal around
this town for beauty aud convenience
to the citv. You go out the host resi
dence street in the city to reach it and
see nothing unpleasant to the eye on
the road. It ia the place of ail places
for some gentleman to build a hand
some winter home. It contains 12*4
acres and I will sell for less than its
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