l.s INVITED TO _['u
Men, Youths and Boys.
If you contcmplatr the imrchnse of
We will make it to your interest to see us
before buying. Our stock is
WE LEAD IN
By fur the handsomest stock of
or THE CITY.
OUR LOVELY NEW
Just received is
Agents for the Celebrated
Imported from London—
The STRICT STYLE.
t Shanes i:
E'egant Stock of
lor 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 & 111 BROAD ST
THE DAILY TIMES-ENTERPRISE.
SUNDAY, OCTOBER 13, 188£.
SIGNAL SERVICE BUREAU
R. Thomas Jr’s* 126 Broad Street.
O. S. Bondurant Vounteer Observer
Weather Bulletin for the 24 hours ending
at 7 o’clock P. M., Oct. 12, 1889.
2 p. in
7 p. m
Maximum for 24 hours..
Minimum “ “ “ ..
Methodist Church—Rev. Geo/}.
N. MacDonald, pastor; prayer meeting
9’30 and preaching at 11 a. m. by the
pastor. Subject: The Nature and
Mode of Baptism. Preaching at 7:30
p. m. by pastor. Sunday school 3:30
p. m. Stewards’ meeting Tuesday,
15, 7:30 p. m. Prayer meeting Wed
nesday 7:30 p. m.
in the lecture room—Pastor J. H.
Herbencr—services at 11 a. m. and
and at night. Prayer meeting Wed
nesday night at 7:30. Sunday school
9.30 a. m.
Baptist Church—Services by the
pastor, Rev. Mr. Williams, at the
Catholic Church:—Mass on sec
ond Sunday at 8:30 o’clock a. ni.;
sermon at 11 a. m.
. Episcopal Church:—Rev. C. L
LaRoche, Rector. Services at Library
Sunday morning 11 o’clock; afternoon
5 o’clock; Friday afternoon 5 o’clock.
0, for a good rain.
Mr. J. O. Ward, of Blackshear, was
at the Stuart yesterday.
Mrs. J. M. Paxton, of Dixie, is visit
ing in the city.
Mr. R. H- Grey, of Nashville, was
in the city yesterday.
Mr. J. A. Isman, of Savannah, was
at the Stuart yesterday.
Mr. John B. Parker, of Knoxville,
Tenn., was at the Whiddon yesterday.
Mrs. L. B. Gamble, of Tallahassee,
was among the guests at the Stuart
Attorneys Hammond and Patten
went up to Oehlockonee yesterday
morning to attend justice court.
A colored excursion is booked from
here to Monticello Wednesday. The
rate will be one fare for round trip.
Mr. James G. Holmes, of the Ala
Midland Ry., was in the city yester
H011. Dan W. Rountree, of Quit
man, was registered at the Stuart
Rev. James Little and wife, of
Toronto, were guests of the Whiddon
Mr. C. L. Sims, of the Savannah
Morning News, was in tho city yester
Mrs. P. M. Philpot has returned
home from a visit of several months
to Nashville and other places.
The p ctures are up for a “Cold
Day,” which will be presented here
next Friday night.
Mr. Hansell Baker, who holds the
position of operator and clerk with the
S. F., & VV. Ry., at Monticello, was in
the city yesterday.
Keep your eye on the big ring ad.
of the Red Front Grocery. The Mes
srs Pringle will keep you posted on
J. P. Tucker, advance agent of
Cold Day Company, which will be
here next Friday, was in the city yes
Mr. A. W. Moller went down to
Monticello yesterday alternoon to de
liver four hundred pictures which he
took while there before.
CLjRTRIGKEIT & I ) ANIEL
-ARE SOLE AGENTS FOB-
Tlb-e CeleTors-ted. I&n.©:3r HsutsI
Also the finest line of shoes to be found in the city.
108 BROAD STREET, • - - THQMASVILEE, GFA
A Barn Burned.
A barn and contents, on the place
owned by a colored woman named
Lou Beard, who lives about eight miles
from town, was burned on, Friday
night. The contents of the barn, con
sisting of one hundred and fifty bushels
of corn, one hundred bushels of cotton
seed, and a variety ot farming imple
ments, belonged to her son in-law, E.
M. Smiley, and were a total loss. There
was no insurance.
Miss Laura Jones announces that
she will have her usual opening on
next Wednesday and Thursday the
16th and 17th inst. Miss Laura has
Kcently returned from the North,
where she purchased an entirely new
stock of the latest styles of millinery
and desires to have the people exam
ine her goods. See advertisement.
The Contract Sub-Let.
Mr. J. M. Scott, who represents the
Pauley Jail Co. here, yesterday sub-let
the contract of building the jail to
Contractor N. S. Eaves. Mr.Eaves will
commence work Monday.
Mr. J. M. Scott, of Pauley Jail Co.,
left yesterday for Mariana, Fla. Mr.
Scott has just closed a contract with
Lee county, Fla., to erect a jail to cost
$6,300, at Fort Myers.
Agent Frank VanDyke yesterday
sold the first ticket to Philadelphia,
via steamer from Savannah, that has
been called for, since he has been in
charge here. Mr. W. H. Radcliff,
who has been spending several months
among us, was the purchaser. He
expects to return here next Spring.
“To our readers we say be sure and
see ‘Held by the Enemy.’ Then, if
you do not agree with us that the
piece is a masterpiece of its kind and
the company a strong, well balanced
one, and that the evening was well
spent, abuse us for a ‘measly’ old
Thus writes a western critic in his
own vigorous style, of Mr. William
Gillette's great war play, which is to
be presented at the opera house, next
In conclusion, the writer adds : “In
‘Held by the Enemy,’ Mr. Gillette lias
written a play with American charac
ters and American scenes that holds
its own with dramas of a like nature
in all nations. The story is one of
the late war and the blue and the gray
uniform alike have thefr place upon
the stage. The sentiments are, tn
this late day, such that no man, be he
northern or be he southern, can find
offensive in the sligthest degree. The
grave and the merry are intermingled
most delightfully, and every line and
every bit of business leads up to the
climax of the play as necessary, or
seemingly necessary steps.”
The farmers, and citizens generally,
throughout the country, are in hearty
sympathy with the Stock Breeders’
Association. A union of the peo-i
pie, an exhibition of our stock and a
good square meal will do us all good.
Hasten the day! But,- boys, you
who propose to raise the necessary
cash, aud to supply the fresh meats,
don’t he sparing. Let’s have a
The new mile boards, on the sever
al roads leading into the city, are gen
erally mistaken fur Manager Reid’s
bill boards, announcing the coming of
another first-class minstrel show. The
placards indicate this at a glance, but
a closer scrutiny shows them to be
only stalwart fellows employed by T.
J. Ball & Bro., to knock down the
pi ices of groceries, and jolly over the
headway they are making.
Mr- and Mrs. Townsend, who have
been up country for some time, return
ed home yesterday evening.
The article in reference to the ban
quet at the Club on the outside should
have been credited to the Atlanta
The ThomasviHe Times is punting
a very newsy local page now. Editor
Triplett and his thrifty little city have
good reason to be proud of their paper.
See new ad. of Messrs. H. Wolff
and Bro. Their stock is simply com
plete and is being offered in all de
partments at bargain prices.
The new ad. of Mr. F. N. Lohnstein
will be interesting reading to those in
want of fall and winter goods. He
has a superb stock m all lines and
yields the palm to none in good and
fashionable goods and low prices.
Almost a Fire.
The residence of Mrs. J. F. Harley,
on Jackson street, narrowly escaped
burning yesterday morning, about 5
o’clock. As it was, the fire was ex
tinguished before any serious damnge
was done. The cause of the fire is
thought to be the exploding of a lamp
which had been left burning on a
bureau in the hall, on account of
sickness in the family. The bureau
was in a blaze when discoverd by Mr.
Norrie Harley. The alarm was rung
but the fire was extinguised before
the department could turn out.
Grand and Petit Jurors
For October term, 1889, of Thomas
John L. Linton,
K. W. McKinnon,
E. L. McTyre,
B. F. Turner,
E. It. Young,
W. U. Singletary,
John (J. Bryant,
Tlios. W. Brown,
J. W. Patterson,
C. W. Stegall.
Tlios. E. Dickey,
W. C. Pi if if"'.
W. II. Rogers,
W. A. Pringle,
W. G. Lewis,
A. II. Cone,
W. It. Gwaltnby,
.1. II. Stanaland,
G. W. Fcrrill,
Win. E. Davies,
J. B. Evcritt,
T. T. Stephens.
W. II. Culpepper,
J. S. Ward, Sr.
.Tils. E. McMillan,
John I Parker.
Three Days’ Meeting.
The Mercer Baptist Association will
have a three days meeting at Big
Greek church on the Moultrie load,
commencing Wednesday and lasting
until Friday. Several young lawyers
who witnessed the preparations, while
returning from Moultrie, have prom
ised themselves to go down.
, r Central Park Hotel.
This handsome and commodious
hotel, at Madison, Fla., is now under
the management ofCapt. R. H. Marks,
who will make extra exertions to please
guests, and hopes to entertain a large
number of winter tourists this season.
Madison is a nice town to spend a
season, and the hotel is a good one. 1
The attention of the ladies is called
to the change of ad. of Mr. I. Levy.
They will be interested in the bar
Mrs. John Parnell and children re
turned home yesterday afternoon from
a visit to Mississippi.
Five wagons from the bay were
backed up in front of the market on
Jackson street yesterday, loaded with
Paradise park is being cleaned up.
Mr. Andrew J. Miller, of Augusta,
general agent of the National Acci
dent Insurance association, is in the
city visiting relatives.
Held By the Enemy.
The Savannah News, in speaking
of this popular play, which is billed
for Thomasvillc on the 15th, says :
“Held by the Enemy” will be the
attraction the rest of the week at the
theatre, opening to-night. The play
has been seen here before with the
charming Minnie Dupree in the cast.
The play was written by William
Gillette. It is purely an American
drama, and while it is founded on the
history of the civil war, it contains
nothing of sectionalism to offend
those who espoused either cause.
There are plenty of stage tricks and
devices—the bursting of shells and
clattering of horses’ hoofs, and the
bustle at headquarters during an en
gagement—but there are several
dramatic situations of a genuine sort.
The fourth act, where there is an at
tempt to smuggle out a confederate
spy from the hospital, where he is
under sentence of death, is a prolong
ed series of excellent situations, chang
ing every minute and perpetually
holding the interest. The comedy,
too, is all good and refreshing, while
the acting of the company is worthy
of almost unqualified praise.
K. B. Spence,
\V. I * 1 II '. Thomas,
O. A. Thomas,
I). A. Singletary,
J. W. Thompson,
F. A. Itoddenbury,
Win. C. Eason,
W. R. Hooks,
O. I*. Baggett,
It. C. Caine,
It. AV. Slnimiin,
A considerable quantity of country
produce was in the market yesterday.
The streets presented a lively ap
pearance yesterday aud trade was
Mrs. Willis Pope, of Camilla, is
visiting her brother, Mr. W. B. Ham-
It. M. Diircn,
L. J. Slurdcvant,
A. M. Godwin,
G. S. Singletary,
L. J. Spitz,
, M. A.FIcctwood,
C. J. English,
J. J. Brock,
it. It. Mitchell,
M. S. Ragan,
T. C. Benton,
W. N. Seiglcr,
W. II. Wlialcy,
John D. Marshall,
John T. Itiisliin.
are daily receiving
Takc stock in the new railroad.
This is Thomasville’s golden oppor
Rev. Geo. G. N. MacDonald, pas
tor of the Mfithodist church, will
preach to morrow morning nt 11
o’clock, on “Tho Nature and Mode of
Baptism.” Mr. MacDonald is a pro
found thinker and a forcible speaker.
Those who hear him can not fail to
Mr. V. A. Horrocks and family
occupied their new residence, on the
Linton road, yesterday. It is a cozy
home amid the pines, and situated in
a desirable portion of the city. We
congratulate that neighborhood upon
the acquisition of Mr. and Mrs. Hor
rocks as citizens. They arc people of
sterling worth—such as we are always
glad to welcowo to Thomasville.
On this day Messrs L. Steyernuin & Bro.
invite the ladles in particular and the public
in general to witness their fall opening of
dry goods, notions and gent's furnishiug
goods. Their stock is complete in all these
lines and the handsome display will repay
all who attend the opening on next Wednes
Condensed mince meat, io packages
with three pies to the package at
it 31 T. J. Ball & Bros.
Wheat granules at
I r 3t T. J. Ball & Bro’s.
Fresh syrup, in cans, at
u 3t T. J. Ball & Bro’s.
Fresh Graham and rye flour at
II 3t T. J. Ball & Bro’s.
Fresh buckwheat at
11 31 T. J. Ball & Bro’s.
and our line ot
Call and get
Prices before buy
Cost Prices,“and we
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