THE DAILY TIMES-ENTERPRISE.
FRIDAY, NOVElrtBB 1, 188E.
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Weather Bulletin for the 24 hoars ending
at 7 o’clock P. M., Oct. 31, 1889.
7 a.m..... 87
2 p. m 79
John Lowlow is a good one.
“It was a good show”—this was
what everybody said.
The crowd in town was one of the
largest seen here for years. And it
was a good natored, orderly crowd.
The concert was well patronised.
Tbo fruit stands and restaurants
did a rushing business.
The usual number were there, who
went only to see the animals. Of
c-o-u-r-s-e they only went to see the
One lady was present who had not
attended a circus, forty years. It
brought up, no doubt, tender memo
ries and lecollections of her girl
hood days. ’
The police were efficient, though
there waB but little demand for their
The side shows were well patro
Robinson’s circus will always draw
a good crowd in Tbomasville.
Dr. T. M. McIntosh performed a
delicate surgical operation on General
Manager Fisher. Mr. Fisher had his
7 p. m........;...
Maximum for 24 hours..
Minimum “ “ “ ..
Indications: For rain,with
nearly stationary tempera
ture for next 24 hours.
Thoy were here yesterday.
The circus went from here to Al
The police regulations yesterday
was perfect. .
The iruit stands did a fine business
Homer Young, of Metcalfe, was in
November will bring a number of
visitors to Thomasville.
Mr. J. M. Clewishaa returned from
a visit to the Macon fair.
John Stark has erected an awning
in front of his confectionery.
The crowd on Broad street was al
most impassable yesterday.
Mr. D. J. Jay, of Cincinnati, was
at the Whiddon yesterday.
The circus has come and'gone.
Well, we had lots of fun, didn’t we?
Mr. Henry Sanford is making some
extensive additions to his green house.
A baulky horse entertained a
crowd on Jackson street yesterday.
An interesting communication will
in to-morrow’s issue on the
1 Barrel Flour.
1 “B” Ham.
1 Box Cigars.
FREE TO ALL,
One Entire Floor
This company is spreading out for
Southern travel, and has lately ab
sorbed the roads from Lawrenceburg
to Lexingiou and Versailles to
Georgetown, Ky. The new coaches
built by the Pullman company for
the Monon to run between Chicago
and Cincinnati are the finest ever
built, the day coaches costing $9,000
each, and the coaches on the night
trains roprosont $19,000 dollars each.
Mr. Barker, the General Passenger
Agent of the Monon, is doing every
An Ancient Paper.
Mr. U. A. Chilson, of Louisville,Ky.,
who was in our city yesterday, shows
us a copy ot the Ulster County Ga
zette, published in Kingston, Ulster
Co., N. Y , on January 4, 1800. It
was in deep mourning, and contains a
full account of the funeral of George
Washington, who died ou December
14th, 1799, a little over two weeks pre
vious to the issue. The paper is in
Hon. D. A. Russell, a prominent
lawyer of Bainbridge, passed through
yesterday, en route to New York on
an interesting mission.
Editor Fildes, the junior of the Mon-
ticello Constitution, came over yester
day, with quite a crowd from our
sister city, presumably to see the ani
mals; although Fildes said he could
not stay to see the performance.
The small boys will be practicing
all manner of acrobatic feats for a
The Largest Stock!
The Best Assortment!
The Newest Styles!
The Lowest Prices
Miss Carrie Parramore, of Boston,
visited the family of Dr. Culpepper
yesterday. _ ? _ '
Mrs. Wiggins, of Fort Valley, is
visiting her. daughter, Mrs. Arthur
Palin, in this city.
Mr. J. 8. Addy,.of 8enoia, Ga., a
brother-in-law of Dr. Couch, is spend
ing a few weeks ia the city.
The Times-Entebpbisb office was
a popular place during the procession
Don’t lorget the fence or no-fence
meeting at the court house to-mor
row. - ~
Rev. C. I. LaRoche has T returned
from Charleston. He will preach on
Mr. Frank Cook, of New York,
was among the strangers at the Whid
Several extra polite were put on
special duty yesterday, and the force
Outfit to give us the Carpet trade of
of this section,
AND WE ARE SETTING ITI
here, in the person of Mr. R.-W.
Glading. He keeps a good look out
'for the interests of his route.
MA0NIFICBKX LINE OF
Prices before buy
The time for paving your city taxes is at
hand. Pleaic call at my office at the cotton
ware house and settle before execution is
issued. Office hours 0 n. m. to 6 p. m.
Jab. F. Evans,
Ham! Good, aweet ham,at way down
prices, at Pickett’s. See him.
They Oavo Bond.
Robert Golden, who was brought
from Tallahassee, Fla., a few days
ago, on the charges of hog. stealing
and carrying concealed weapons, gave
a bond Tuesday of $400 for his ap
pearance when wanted for trial. Joe
Walker, another prisoner, also gave
bond. Walker was the one sent up
from Cairo charged with forgery aud
carrying concealed weapons. His
bond watf fixed at $460.
Mr. E. M. Mnllette sold, yesterday,
a nice building lot on Calhoan and
Clay streets to Mr. J. H. Quinn. Mr.
Quinn is a brother o& Mr. Charlie
Quinn, the popular salesman of Recso
& Eason, and he will build an attrac
tive cottage on this lot and make it
Mayor Hopkins informed the itin
erant gentry connected with the cir
cus that they would have to pay $60
per day for plying their vocations.
This cut-ofi these gentlemen. And
it saved many of our country friends
from being fleeced. These circus fol
lowers are mighty sharp fellows.
Miss Clara Deisher, manager of
the W. U. T. office here, requests us
to say that on and after to-day, Nov.
1st, she will have two assistants, and
the hours will be longer, viz: 7.30 a.
m. to 10 p. m.; Sunday hours 8 to 11
a. m., and 7 to 9 p. m. Visitors are
A HOUSE TO BENT.
A new and comfortable residence, con
taining four bed rooms, parlor, dining room
and kitchen, neatly furnished, situated on
Dawson street, opposite Young. Female Col
lege. Will rent for four months or longer.
Terms moderate. Apply to the under
signed on the premises, or to tbit office.
2 wd. Miss Nillii Bibo.
ALSO A FULL LINE OF
Cost Prices, and we
Conductor Joe DesVerges, of the
Bainbridge extension, was in the city
"and J. W.
bandied the crowd well.
Mi. W. E„ Montgomery and fami
ly, of Apalachicola, Fla., are stop
ping at the Whiddon.
The dime museum held forth on
the old circus grounds, near Davis'
stables, yesterday, and drew large
Mr. Charlie'Davis is building some
cottages for the accommodation
O. n. Wyant, the Upholsterer, wants to
Floor Oil Cloths
Messrs. A]>e Simon,
Lyman, of Monticello, were in the city
Dosh Winn’s many friends were
glad to see him well enough to be out
Mr. Edward Girard and wife, of
Savannah, are stopping at the Stuart
They will probably spend some time
Mr. R. W. Nichalson, of Lowndes
county, had a difficult operation per
formed on his eyes yesterday by Dr.
T. M. McIntosh.
But lor the precaution of having
a number of extra policeman at each
entrance to the railroad yards, sever
al persons might have been hurt by
the shifting engines.
An extra night gang was at work
Tuesday night filling in the trestle
west of tho depot, where the large m>
recently put in, and now prices this'week-
new cottages for the accommodation
of his visitors at bis popular home on
Mr. Bush Sanford was called to
Macon yesterday morning by the sad
intelligence of the serious 'illness of
his mother at that place.
Convict Keeper Turner came down
yesterday and carried.back with him
RED FRONT GROCERY.
address, to save delay in the delivery
. The committee on the stock show
will collect and canvas the town to
day. Meet them with prompt pay-
Leaders of Styles and Low Prices.
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sewer was 1
the yard has a solid road-bed.