REMINDS YOU THAT
A Change of
if Not Already Necessary.
SOON WILL BE !
Asm! Every Ihsni.v
NATURALLY ASKS THE QUESTION:
Where Shall I Buy my
We will answer this for you here, and
Where we will assist you, if we can, to
decide what style of Fabric and
Trimming would suit you,
Have Everything that is
NEW & STYLISH
In DUKES HOODS Ibis Season,
With the Very latest
TRIMMINGS TO MATCH.
Lovely one?, $15.00, $10.50, $18.00, $20.00,
Iti the newest Imported Materials.
Exquisite Plaids and Stripes,
Which are very stylish again this fall.
In Plain Materials,
We have nil the new shn les, both in fine
nil wool nml silk warp goods.
52 and 54 inches wide in a dozen shades.
We would call your special attention to
our Black Dress Goods Stoek, Which really
needs no mention, for we have earned the
reputation of keeping the only complete
stock of Fine Black Dress floods in the city,
and any lady contemplating the purchase ot
n Ilinck Dress will do herself nn injustice to
buy before seeing our magnificent stock.
Black and Colored Silks.
An endless variety, in Gros Grain^Fnillc
Franeaise, India, Fnconc, Uengniinc, Surahs
Stylish Dress Trimming
Xo one can show such a variety.
Black & Colored
* NEW PERSIAN SILKS,
SILK VELVET AND PLUSHES,
We Invite You
To call at our store nn.l inspect the loveliest
stoek of Dress Goods ever shown‘over a
Thomasville Dress Goods counter.
A Pleasure to Show Them-
Leaders of Styles ami Low Prices.
109 & 111 BROAD ST
THE DAILY TIMES-ENTERPRISE.
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TUESDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1889.
SIGNAL SERVICE BUREAU
R. Thomas Jr’s' 120 Braid Street.
C. S. Bondurant Vountoer Observer
Weather Bulletin for the 24 hours ending
at 7 o'clock P. M., Oct. 7, 1889.
7 p. m
Maximum for 24 hours
Minimum “ “ “
Mr. Tom Barron, of Boston, was in
There were no cases belorc the
mayor yesterday morning.
Mr. J. H. Stone, ot Indianapolis,
Ind., is n guest of the Stuart.
Broad street was full of people yes
Mr. E. H. McGchec, of Cuthbcrt,
was at the Stuart Sunday.
Mr. ,T. H. Lumpkin, of Buna Vis
ta, was at the Whiddon yesterday.
Hon. A. T. McIntyre Jr., came
home yesterday foi a day or two.
Parties can buy round trip tickets
to Atlnnta to-day for 83.55.
One touch of winter made all man
kind shiver yesterday morning.
On account of the cool weather
yesterday, fires and overcoats were in
The county commissioners met
yesterday. Only routine business
Mr. Hall Parker left yesterday
morning for Atlanta He will be
gone about a month.
Mr. II. E. Stringfellow, of the cot
ton seed oil mills, has returned from
Mr. J. A. Holies of Way cross,
brother-in law of Mr. Frank Van
Dyke, is visiting hint.
Mr. 1). A. Finlayson and Misses
Turnbull and Monroe, of Monticcllo,
were at the Stuart yesterday.
Thomasville gave the the new op
era bouse n rattling good send off, for
the season of ’89-’90, last night.
Judge B. B. Bower passed through
here yesterday cn route to Dougherty
Mr. E. M. Mallette lias sold a farm
near McDonald to Mr. Eugene Rai-
ford. The McDonald neighborhood
is rapidly building up.
Mr. Arch. Davepport has begun
work on his new house on Dawson
street. It will he a great improve
ment to the block.
Mrs. and Miss I.aundcr, of Chicago,
arc expected to arrive on Thursday.
They will be at Mr. R. \V. G'ading’s
during the winter.
The indications are good for real
estate business. Inquiries for proper
ty arc becoming numerous. Let the
good work go on.
Mr. and Mrs. D. I. MacIntyre and
children arrived here on Saturday
from Savannah and will spend some
timo here with their relatives.
Prof. E. II. Baldwin, who has been
summering in the North, returned to
his many friends in Thomasville
The brass hand of the minstrel
troupe drew a bi^ crowd in a few
minutes/)» Broad street, yesterday.
Of course it did; a brass hand always
Yesterday was a sad day in Thom
asville; one of the best and most be
loved of women, Mrs. Rctta Charlton
Hansell, wns laid to rest.
The new passenger coaches and two
baggage ears for the Alabama Mid
land passed tlnough yesterday en
route for Bainhridge. They were just
from the factory of the United States
Rolling Stock Company at Hegewick,
Capt. Shuck Whittaker is buying
some fiue horses for .his livery husi
dess this season. He recently pur
chased a handsome horse from Sir. T.
B. Simpkins, of Monticcllo, for
which ho paid 8300.
• The street parade of the Cleveland-
Haverly minstrels yesterday, was
witnessed by a largo crowd. The
music by the hand composed of fifteen
peices was very good.
Booming the Stock Fair.
No set of men in Thomas couuty,
appreciate more higlity, the impor
tance of raising stock here, and of
improving it, than the Alliance men.
We take pleasure in noting the fact
that at the meeting of the County
Alliance, held on Saturday, Prof. A.
Q. Moody, a prominent and progres
sive member of the order, offered a
resolution that the Alliance endorse
the Stock Breeders’ Association and
its objects, and pledging the members
to-do everything possible to encourage
the raising of stock in Thomas county.
The notion of the Alliance is a most
commendable one on the part, of that
largo and influential order, and will
do much to strengthen and hold up
the',hands of the public spiriled gentle
men who are engaged in this work.
Now let every man in the county put
his shoulder to the car of progress,
and help push it along. Thomas
county pays out vast sums every year
for stock which should be raised here
at home. Stock, and good stock, can
be raised here. The wonder of won
ders is, that it has not been done long
From October 10th to lfitli, inclu
sive, excursion tikets will be put on
to Raleigh, N. C., the occasion being
the Raleigh State Fair, which will be
open from October 14th to 21st, at
one first-class round trip fare, limited
to a continuous passage in each direc
tion, with extreme limit October 24th.
On October' 19tli to November 1st,
excursion tickets will he sold to the
State Fair at Birmingham, Ala., at
one faro for round trip. Tickets to
he limited to return not later than
On each Tuesday in October, limited
tickets will he sold to Atlanta, with
extreme limit of five days from date
of sale, for 83.55.
Almost a Fire.
There came very near being another
fire in the upper portion of the city
Sunday night. Several young men,
while on their way to church, discov
ered fire in some empty boxes that
were ^liled against the building on the
corner ol Broad and Washington Sts.,
used as a warehouse for sewing ma
chines. The fire was then only a
small blaze and easily extinguished.
It is probable that the fire caught
from some one throwing a lighted cigar
among the dry boxes.
Mrs. V. A. Hhrricks and son, mas
ter Herbert, arrived Saturday after
noon direct from Cleveland, O. They
will he guests of Jersey Farm for a
few days until Mr. Horricks gets his
house completed. Mrs. H., expresses
lietself ns quite favorably impressed
with the place and people where and
among whom her husband has been
so much improved in health. The
family will be heartily welcomed to
citizenship and we trust will never
have cause to regret their coming.
The Japs attracted very general at
tention in the street parade yesterday.
Rev. J. L. Underwood was in the
city for a few hours yesterday. He
was en route home from Bainhridge,
where he had been to attend the burial
of his mother in-law, Mrs. Joel Curry,
who died last Friday night at the resi
dence of her son, Mr. W. L. Curry, in
It is, perhaps, needless to say that
Mr. J. M. Blackshear spent last night
in the city. The minstrels brought him.
Mr. j7 II. Clay, of New Milford,
Conti’., is in the city. Mi*. Clay held
the position of store keeper for the
Mitchell House last winter.
CURTRIGHT & DANIEL
ARE SOLE AGENTS FOR
'Tlfa.e Cele*brsttecL 3HC©.tsI
Also the finest line of shoes to be found in the city.
108 BROAD STREET, . - - THOMASVILLE, GA
Asleep in Jesus.
Died in Atlanta, On., on Saturday,
the 5th inst., Mrs. IIetta Ciia-Rlton
Hansell, wife of Mr. Charles P.
Hansell, aged 46 years.
The remains were met at the depot
on Sunday nfteruoon, By a large num
ber of friends, and escorted to her
former home iu Fletcliervillc. The
funeral took placo yesterday after
noon, at 3 o’clock, from the Presbyte
rian church, St. Thomas Episcopal
church, of which deceased was a mem
ber, being ns yet incomplete. The
impressive burial services of the
Episcopal church were conducted by
the rector, Rev. C. I. LaRoche. After
which the choir sang a favorite hymn
of the deceased, “Jesus Lover of My
Soul,” Mr. LaRoche paid a beautiful
and touching tribute to the dead. The
handsome casket, covered with beau
tiful designs of rare flowers, rested in
front of the altar during the sad cere
monies. An exquisitely designed
cross and crown was ^tmong the
floral decorations - The following
gentlemen acted as pall hearers:
Messrs. Robert G. Mitchell, Samuel
J Casscls, Dr. J. II. Coyle, K. T.
McLean, A. T. McIntyre, Jr., and
J. II. Merrill. The honorary pall
bearers were. Messrs. A. P. Wright,
Samuel L. Hayes, T. C. Mitchell,
Thomas E. Blaclislicar, W. M. Ham
mond ant! John Triplett.
The deceased was a daughter of the
late Judge Robert hi. Charlton, of
Savannah. Her marriage with Mr.
Charles P. Hansell brought her to
Thomasville, and here she has since
lived,drawing around her a large circle
of friends, who sincerely mourn her
death. But they do not mourn as
those without hope, for the faith of
the dead w« firmly anchored at the
foot of the cross, anchored beyond the
vale; her faith never failiug or falter
ing in the trying hour, but grew bright
er as the shadows of death deepened.
The following beautiful lines from
her church Ilymnal, she repented,
from memory, it short time before her
•‘So long tlic power lias Blest me, sure it still
Will load me on ;
O’er moor anil fen, o’er erng and torrent, till
The night is gone;
Ind with the morn those angel faces smile.
Which I have loved long since, and lost
Beautiful words, breathing undying
hopennda faith stronger than death.
She never saw die finished walls of
St. Thomas church, an edifice which
engaged her thoughts and time for
years. As an invalid she witnessed
the laying of the corner stone. But
she now has a mansion in heaven.
Her voice, winch so ofteh sung the
praises of her Lord on earth, is now
atiuned to an angelic key. She will he
missed, sadly missed, by all. No
enterprise, no scheme of good ever
failed to receive her active sympathy
and support. The young, the old, all
had a sympathizing friend in her who
now sleeps in death. The large con
course of weeping friends who followed
the coffined form to its grave, attested
how deeply she was loved.
She leaves a loving, grief stricken
husband, a weeping daughter, many
relatives, and a host of friends to
mourn her death.
May God tenderly bind up these
broken, bleeding hearts.
Messrs. J. S. Montgomery and R.
C, Balfour, two ol the committee on
funds for the barbecue, raised yester
day, in a few moments, the sum of
Szqo. This is a good beginning and
shows that the business men of the
place are interested in the movement.
But much more money will be neces
sary to make the barbecue what it
should he—a creditable success. The
peop'e are coming by scores and hun
dreds, and Thomas couuty should and
must, if she would maintain her repu
tation in such matters, provide for all.
Let the good work go on and let every
citizen contribute liberally when wait
ed upon by the committee.
Mr. Ben McLendon, of the Monti-
cello Tribune returned Sunday from
a trip to Detroit, Mich.
The drouth is causing the branches
and a good many wells to run dry.
Flat Jack Flour, West Oat Flakes, Apples,
CaBBnges anil Macaroni.
A. C. BROWN,
8oct2t The Jackson St. Grocer.
Photograph Gallery, over Rciil * Culpep
per's. I nin now prepared to make line Plio-
t ).--., ami all arc invited to call and examine
mv work. ocUtf
Pickett’s Hamlet Flour is the finest
goods on tlm market, and costs you
only 85.65 per barrel.
All parties owing Box rent, will rail and
settle for the same on or Before the 10th
inst., or their Boxes will lie dosed.
at. II. M. Sait, P. M.
Furniture, Carpets, Bedding, Children'e
Carringcs, Wall Paper and Window Shades,
Straw mattings, Rugs, etc. The Best styles
and lowest prices in the city.
GEO, W. FORBES,
6-l l-w2t d'.f llasury Building.
Imported sardines 15 cents a can, at
ON LOWER BROAD
Have just returned from the north.
Glad to get hack, too. Thomasville
really feels like home, and there’s no
plaee like that. But the goods! they
are coming; be here next week. A
big stock ? Well, no. Mine is not
the largest. The others have that
size, hut it is large enough, and still
better, all personally selected, choice
goods from the cream of New York
and Baltimore markets. They are
the latest styles, bought low down,and
will he sold the same. This means
that I want to do a good share of the
millinery trade this season. It is said
to be impossible to please everybody ;
maybe so; hut there’s nothing like
trying, and if I get the chance the
efiurt will not he wanting. Think
over the matter, and decide if it is not
well to give at least a share of your
trade to one who is anxious for it,and
will do her best to please.
Yours, for trade and low prices,
Mrs. Jennie Carroll,
Lower Broad Milliner.
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