THE DAILY TIMES-ENTEBPRISE.
TUESDAY, NOVEMBER B, 1886.
In Which Every One is Interested.
We mean our elegant NEW STOCK of J. S.
Turner’s, Jas. A. Banister’s and Stacy Adams &
Co.’s Shoes for Men, and Bennett & Barnard’s and
E. P. Reed & Co.’s Ladies Fine Shoes, of which we
CTJRTRIGKHT & DANIEL,
108 BROAD STREET.
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Passenger from 8avann&h...u.-Ar.,
Fast mail for Savannah.... .At..
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“ “ from Savannah Lt..
Passenger from Albany Ar..
Passenger for “ Lv.
Freight and Acorn, for Albany Lv..
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Freight and ar.com. from Wayc..Ar..
II it 11 ninff T.v .
Velvet Carpets, *
Two ply Carpets,
All Wool Carpets,
Four-fifths w’l Carpet
Three-f’ths w’l Carpet
Half Wool Carpets,
One-Th’d w’l Carpets,
One-fo’th w’l Carpets,
Weather Bulletin Tor the 24 hours ending
at 7 o’clock P. M., Nov. 3, 1889.
2 p. m I 1 .
Laid to Rest
Ono of the largest funeral proces
sions seen in Thomasville for years,
followed the remains of Mrs. Sarah
Pauline Mitchell to Laurel Hill cem
etery, on Sunday afternoon. The
services were conducted beside the
grave by the Rev. W. J. Williams,
pastor of the Baptist church. They
were deeply itnpressivo and appro
priate. The deceased was a universal
favorite with all who knew her. Kind,
gentle and loving herself, she natu
rally won the love and esteem of
others. She will be sadly missed by
all, but more especially by those
who were so closely a 'ied to her by
the tender ties of kinship.
Mrs. Mitchell was a daughter of
the 'ate Col. W. H. Reynolds, n
prominent citizen of Thomas county,
who died many years ago. She was
born in the city of Macon, Ga., on
ihe 24th of September, 1832. She
removed with her father to Thomas
county, when n girl, and hce she
was married to Mr. Benry Mitchell
on the 30th of dune, 1832.
She uo’.ted lie-self to tho Baptist
church in the year 1873. aud remain
ed tne to her vows uniil the day of
her death. She was noted for her
indomitablo energy, and above all
for her untiriDg and faithful devotion
to her household, aud to the relief
of the suffering and distressed, when
ever it was in her power to do so.
She leaves a husband, seven boys
and four daughters, death having
visited the household only once, in
taking from them, a short time ago,
her eldest daughter, Mrs. A. C.
Browt. She leaves, also, to moprn
her death, two brothers, Capts. J. C.
and W. H. Eeynolds, and three sis
ters, Mrs. Copeland, Mrs. Cromar-
lie and Mrs. Ball. She has had bora
to her fifteen grand-child.cn, whom
she has loved and cared for with more
than a grand-mother's love. A truo,
noble, self-sacrificing, good woman
has been called to her reward. And
it will be great.
Haximnm for 24 hoars.
Minimum “ “ “ .
The Gillien Opera company is in’
the city. /
Mr. John Watk ; ns left yesterday
Chestnuts from the up country are
on tho market
M-. H. 0. Pickett returned last
night from Macon.
Mr. E. B. Carroll, of Camilla, was
in town yesterdry.
A new baggage car has been put
on the A'bany train.
Secure your seats at the opera
house, for Friday night.
Mr. C. G. Guernsey, a byciclist, of
Macon, was in the city yesterday.
Capt. E. S. Law was called over to
Cambridge on business yesterday.
Eev. J. L. TJndaiwood, of the
Camilla Clarion, was iu the city yes
Mr. Norrie Harley, who has been
unwell for some time, resumed his
duties at Watt’s yesterday.
Air. I. A. Soloman, the popular
agent of Cora Van Tassel, was in the
Mrs. Love Wildor loft yesterday
for a visit to friends and relatives in
Thomasville will be well supplied
with novelties nnd Christmas goods
this season. * ,
Mr. C. 8. Sims, of the Savannah
Morning News, was in tho city yes
A new safe from Herring, & Co.,
New York, ! was placed in the new*
Gulf yesterday. i
Mr. Sherman, chief engineer at the
Piney Woods, is back from the
North for tho season.
Mr. R.C. Tenney, of Elmira, N.
Y., is at the Whiddon. Mr. Tenney
will spend the winter here.
Mrs. Mattie Davis returaed lest
1 Barrel Flour.
1 Box Tobacco.
1 “B” Ham.
1 Box Cigars.
fE££ TO ALL.
ne Entire Floor
The Marshall House,
As will be seen by reference to our
advertising columns, the old favorite,
the Marshall House, of Savannah,has
been leased by Maj. M. L. Harnett,
so favo. ably known ns n hotel man of
Savannah, and now, and for somo
years past, the proprietor of the Har
nett House. Maj. Harnett will move
to the Marshall House and give his
personal supervision to that house,
although running both the Marshall
and the Harnett. The Marshall is
one of tho best hotels in Savannah,
and is in first class condition.
Fence or No Fenco.
There will be a public meeting in
Boston, on Saturday, the 23rd inst.,
to discuss the fence question. All
are invited, whether for or against
fence. A number of speeches will ho
made. Let every one attend who
feel any interest in the subject.
Only three coses were before the
Mayor yesterday morning. Fannie
The Largest Stock!
Tho Best Assortment!
The Newest Styles!
The Lowest Prices
Among the recent arrivals at “Oak
Hill,” wo notice tho names of Mr. and
Mrs. W.-vron Currier, of St. Louis,
Mo., aud Mrs. W. Scobio aid Mrs. C.
B. Baker, of Pittsburg, Pa.
The mayor, Marshal Spair, and
County Surveyor Rogers, laid off the
continuation of the boulevard from
near Col. McIntyre’s to the Jones
bridge road, yesterday.
There w'll be a minstrel show at
Cairo, on the evening of tho 22nd.
Cai o always gets up! ajgood enter
tainment. We hope Thomasville
wi" send over a good delegation.
her appearance. Ono case of drunk
and disorderly with a plea of guilty,
was disposed of by fiuiug the offender
85 and cost.
Mi* Thomas R. DeVoe, son of Mr.
Geo, W. DeVoe, President of the Peo
ple’s National Bank, leaves this city
to morrow for Denver, Col. Mr. De
Voe is a young man of unblemished
Ought to give us tho Carpet trade of
of this section, - - .
AND WE ARE GETTING IT!
MAGNIFICENT LINE OF
Mrs. M. H. Randall returned home
on Sunday night, and is preparing to
open the Randall House at an early
Miss Mattie Ball, who baa been
spending some weeks at her old home
in Quincy, Fla., returned home yes
Mr. M. C. Stegall and family, who
have been spending a lew days in the
c'ty, returned to their home in Bain*
• Messrs. C. L,’ Bailey, and J. T.
Adams, represening Brunswick, was
in the city yesterday. They were at
lion. R. A, Connell, ut Whighatn
was iu tbc city yesterday on his return
from Atlanta. His fertilize? distribu
tor, which he had on exhibition at the
Slate Fair, was given a merit of honor
by a committee of prominent farmers.
Conductor Watd, who has been on
an inspection tour for the past month,
has resumed his old run between here
The fine oak trees in front of the
Gulf, which were damaged by the fire,
were cut down yesterday, by permis
sion of the town. This leaves ao
unobstructed view of the new Gulf.
Miss Bora flekle ang brother, J. R.
Dekle, two of Thomasville’s brightest
young people, spent a few days with
iheir sister, Mrs. Allic, Glenn, last
Attention is called to the advertise
ment ot Wertz & Bro„ who have re
cently fitted up their place and are
anxious to do all kinds of repairing.
See their advertisement for particulars.
Prices before buy
sure to make his mark in his new
Western home, to which he is attract
ed in the hope that it will benefit an
asthmatic affection he is troubled with,
the result oi an attack of scarlet lever
some time ago. We wish Mr. DeVoe
all the success bis meiils deserve.—
Daily News, New Brunswick, N. ).
Mr. T. R. DeVoe spent four winters
in this place. By his affable manners
and noble qualities, he gained many
sincere friends while in Thomasville.
They hope the people in Denver will
deal kindly with him, and that health
and happiness will attend him in his
new Western home.
The colored citizens of the plater
neighborhood! have called a meeting
at Jerusalem church, near Rose Hill,
to raor-ow, to discuss the. fence ques
tion, Rev. J. W. Carter, E. Z. Ham
ilton aud others will make speeches.
All are invited.
Yesterday was a perfect fall day.
T(io air was cool, crisp and bracing,
while a cloudless sky overhung the
Hereafter preaching will take place
at New Hope church, on the 2nd
Sunday, commencing Saturday before,
instead of on the first Sunday, as
heretofore. Services will be held
there thp oomiog Saturday and Sun
day, by Bov. Wm. Eeynolds, who
has recently been called to the pastor
ate of that ohurch.
A meeting ot the General Benevo
lent Association is called at the library
to morrow afternoon at 3 o'clock. A
full attendance is desired.
Mrs. S. L. Hayes,
Miss Julia Stark, Preside^
night froma pleasant visit to' fHendn
in Atlanta.; : ; ;,, u (j.; .
Mrs. 0. <1 Ha 1 !, of New York,
arrived Suuday to spehtDhe w'uter.
She Is at the Whiddon.
gee the advertisement of Messrs F.
P. Horn & Bro, who have a first class
Ono lavge, fine gray lioisc, six years old,
ono second hand boggy (n good order, one
second hand two horse sorry. I’you want
a bargain aoply early to
ll-r-ei.d Geo. Feap.v.
ALSO A FULL LINE OF
“Blocks of 5” puzzle, 10 cents, at Reid &
Harrison and Blaine puzzle, 10 cents, at
Reid A Culpeppers. pov3-3t.
Cost Prices, and we
company, were out for monthly prac
tice, yesterday afternoon.
The County Commissioners were in
sets’on yesterday. -Only routine busi
ness was transacted.
Mrs. Hal Morrison, and little son,
Mastet Hal; Jr., were.iu the city yes-
Floor Oil Cloths,
We desire to notify those who are winter
ing in ThomasTitle, as well as onr old cus
tomers, that we make a specialty of keeping
the VERY BEST OF MEATS or all kinds,
which we sell at reasonable prices, and de
liver at any residence in the city. A per
sonal inspection of our market on Jackson
street (the stand formerly kept by Mr. Booe)
nov5tf F. P. Hons A Bio.
terday on tbeir way,to Baiubridge.
Misses Ceneilla Bower and Minnie
Boulmao, of Bainbridge, were in the
Mrs. Shelby Davis, ot Quitman, is
visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
John Spaif! in tfijs pity,
Col. C. j. Muooerlyd t or Bainbridge,
was in the city yesterday, en route
home from the Grand Lodge.
A number ot new tenement houses
are going up in the city. Many ot
the colored people arc building hotqes
of their own'. ' "
Mr. George Fearn appears before
our readers this morning witit an at
tractive ac|vejiise'ne,it, offering some
handsome bargains in real estate.
WERTZ «& HONT,
Having recently remodeled and improved
our place of business on Jackson street, we
are now better prepared than ever to do all
kinds of repairing of furniture, tranks, va
lises, keys, cutlery, musical Instruments,
guns, pistols, locks, and in bet any kind of
repairing. All work warranted satis factory
in every particular. sc 5oc4t
THE PRIDE AND OLD TUIR FAVORITE
HOTEL Qf SAVANNAH.
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Leaders of Styles and Low Prices.
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