THE DAILY TIMES-ENTERPRISE.
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 1886.
B. Thomas JrV 126 Broad Street.
CJ. S. Bondurant Vounteer Observer
.Weather Bulletin for the 24 hoars ending
»t 7 o’clock P. M., Not. 14, 1889.
& * RA
2 p. m
7 p. HOT
Maximum for 24 hpniy.
For next 24 hours, continued
fair weather. Stationary
J. O. J. Lewis has a new sign.
Marshall Spair had the grader at
work on the fair grounds yesterday.
Mr. B. F. Erimberry, of Albany,
was in the city yesterday.
Large crowds from the adjacent
towns will be here to-day.
Robe t Clagett. a Thomasville boy.
has returned from the North.
Mr. H. L. Shaw, of Quincy, Fla.,
was in the city yesterday.
The fast mail from Savannah was
two hours late yesterday.
Miss Del'a Smith, of Blackshear, is
visit ugM'ss Rodb Bouchelle.
Hon. Guyte McLendon returned
Mr. Dan Dillon, of Waycross, is
visiting relatives in the city.
Mrs. Lucie Sills, of Miccosukie, was
among the guests at the Whiddon
Electro lights were put in W. A.
Daviss Etables on Jackson street yes
Sect’ ■•3 your seats early to see
Murray & Murphy ut opera house
Wednesday night, Nov. 20th.
Mrs. C. Davis, who has been stop
ping at the Whiddon for the past few
weeks, left yeste day for Texas
ifr. C. F. Kendall, lepresentiug
Faden Bro’s., dealers ia ladies shoes
of Portmoulh, Ohio, is at theStuatt.
Mr. Lawson Stapletou, with Moore,
Marsh, ft Co., of Atlanta, is among
tho drummers in the city.
Mr. Reuben R. P!'es, of near Cni-o,
was 'n town yesterday. He will be
in r ie with the veto to day.
Miss Leila V. Smith, of Blackshear,
is visit’ng Miss Rena Bouchell, on
Popular Tom Dickinson, of tho
Atlanta Rubber-Co, is among the
drummers stopping over to take in
Dr. R. C. McCall., of New York, is
in the city. D . McCall is represent
ing 8. R. Van Buzer ft Co., druggists
of New York. _
Booth & Barrett for Tragedy, Rob
son aad .Crane for Comedy, but Mur
ray and Murphy for Farce Comedy.
See opera house Wednesday, Nov. 20.
If you want to bo entertained and
amused by a first-class performance,
see Murray & Murphy at opera
house Wednesday, Nov. 20th.
The colored band of Savannah, which
hfls.the reputation ofbeing the best
104 Broad Street.
Johnson < Chill and Fever Tonic, OOcjizo 40
Warnoi’s Safe Liver and Kidney Cure, $1.26
Fernoline Balsam, 50c size, 35c.
Qrcen’s Ague Conqueror, 50c size, 35c.
Bradfidd's Female Regulator, $1 size, 85c.
Bradfidd's Femdo —„ .
Sweet Gnm and Mullein, $1 size, 75c,
Sweet Gum and Mullein, 50c size, 40c.
D’. Cox's Santonins Worm Syrup, 25c size,
P. P. P. $1 size, 85c.-P. P. P.,$1.75s’e,$i.50
Ailcock’s Po'ous Piasters, gennine, 15c.
Belladonna Plasters, best, 15c.
Empty Capsules, any size, per bo:, 15c,
Comp. Ext. Sarsaparilla, best, 75c.
Comp. Cathartic Pills, in bottles, enc. 15c.,
Comp. Cathartic Pills, loose, per 100, 10c.
.Soothing Syrup, baby’s; 15c.
Toilet Soap, all styles and prices, too cheap.
Remember oar goods were bought to be
sold, s nd we intend to sell them, 11 lowest
, p-ices and best quality will do It. These
prices sre for spot cash, as nothing will be
charged on books st these rates for any one.
Watch this space for bargains that Will ap
pear from time to time. Come to see ns
and tell your triends. f ■
Yours for business,
DREW THE DOLL.
Miss Clifford Copeland, Holder.
Lovely New Dress Goods, by e:
press, just received at
H. Wolff ft Bbo.’s.
Mm. M. T. Hickson, mother of W.
F. Moss, died at her sons residence
on yesterday afternoon at 2:30 o’clock.
The latest in Persian Silks, for
Dress Trimming, just received, by
Express, at ■ .
H.-Wolff & Bro.’s.
The funeral will take p'ace from the
Methodist church at 10:30 this mom-
fug. Inteiment at Laurel H"1 ceme-
At an early hour yesterday morning
Mr. Bass had his full force at work on
the barbecue ground*. Everything
was well arranged for fhe work before
them, and with ample pits, a good
supply of wood, stacks of beef, pork,
mutton, kid, etc., competent carvers
and experienced barbecuers, the work
commenced and ttill be uninterrupt
edly continued until a" is in readiness
for the spreading of the tables lo-day.
With the vast quantities of provisions
expected from individuals to-day, the
supply for the multitude promises to
From every quarter comes the
pleasing intelligence that the people
arc coming. They will receive
Thomas county’s most hearty welcome,
and if every one is not fed, entertain
ed and pleased, it will not be for lack
of desire to do so on the part of our
citizens. We’ll do our host.
New Carpets—200 rolls in stock—
and arriving doily. The handsomest
stock in southern Go. at
H. Wolff ft Bro.’s. .
'*'• Qnr Clothing stock is attractive,and
the cheapest in town.
H. Wolff ft Bro.
New Ginghams, Prints and other
Dress Goods just received by
H. Wolff ft Bro.
Ladies and Children’s Cloaks and
Jackets. Tho largest stock in the
Wolfe ft Bro
Ladies \Tuderwear in endless vario-
H. Wolff ft Bro.
Nobbiest Neckwear in town.
- . H. Wolff ft Bro.
Prices before buy
Hon. John W. Turner, of Floyd, is
in the city, the guest of his friend
Hon. Robert G. Mitchell. Captain
Turner will please consider the doors
of Thomasville taken off the hinges
while he remains.
Mr. S. D. Allison, formerly of
Poythress and Allison, has gone to
Live Oak, Fla., to take charge as
manager of the Singer office.
Mr. J. W. Cochran, ot Waco, Tex.,
who has been spending several days
here has returned home.
colored band In the state, arrived
yesterday, to participate in the exer
cises to day.
. Mayor Hopkins’ span of Shetlands,
constitute the daisiest little team ever
on the streets. They are direct from
the Shetland Islands, $nd are, oi
The weather is simply perfect—
could not have been better for the
occasion, ank we trust all who come
will go away with pleasant recollec •
tions of the 16th in Thomasville.
Mr. Isham Daniel, of Atlanta, who
is connected with thp firm of Curt-
fight fe Daniel here, is in the city.
Mr. J. Banks Phelps, business rep
resen'ative of Murray and Murphy,
the comedians, who appear here next
Wednesday in “Our Irish Visitors”
was in the cijy yesterday.
A committee met General McLaws
at the depot yesterday alternoon and
escorted him to the Stuart, where he
is quartered. The old soldiers will
have a warm welcome for the man
who bravely and fearlessly led his di
vision into the jaws of death on a
hundred battle fields. The name of
McLaws will always be inseparably
connected with the anna’s which
recounts the brave deeds, and em-
Dalms in history the men who fought
Money saved on Every
Purchase K no mat
ter how large
He will stay over until Sunday, so as
to be able to take in the fair,
A party of young ladies and gentle-'
men lrom here went out to the cain
boiling at Mr. William Pittman’s place
six miles'from town, Wednesday night.
They reported a jolly time.
Mr. W. H, Ichrqtb, of Cleveland,
O., was here with his wife at the Piney
Glothiarr. and Furaishirs,
Woods all of lost winter, returned
yesterday. His many friends here
welcome him back.
Leaders of Styles and Low Prices.
109 & 111 BROAD ST
Banks will ctoae at 11 o’clock for .he day.
Prrlies having basinets in them will take
St„ Thomasville, ;<»»
.A. New Line for Tliomasville!
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
are ' •
CURTRIGtHT & DAJNXEL,
108 BROAD STREET.