THE DAILY TIMES-ENTERPRISE.
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1882.
Passenger for Savannah..........Lv. .. 033 p m
Pusonger from Savannah Ar... TOO am
Fast mall for Savannah Ar... 12 03 p m
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• "from “ ..Ar... 131 pm
“ “ from Savannah Lv... 200pro
Passenger from Albany Ar... 620pm
Passenger for •• Lv...8SO am
“ from “ Ar....U20am
•• for *• Lv.... 4 60 p m
Freight and Acorn, for Albany Lv... 5 46 p m
•* “ • from “ Ar... 720am
Freight ana aonom. from Wayc..Ar... 460pm
*• •• •• for Chatt.Lv... 0 00pm
•• '• *• for Wove....Lv... 800am
• . from Chatt. Ar... 880am
Freight aeeom. for sfontlceIIo.....Lv...846 a m
“ “ from •* ....Ar...8 00pm
Knot mail tor “ ....I.v.,.206 p m
“ “ from •• ....Ar..l210 p m
are daily receiving
SIGNAL SEUVIOB BUREAU
Weather Bulletin for the 24 honrs ending
at 7 o’clock P. M., Nov. 21, 1889.
7 a.m : CO
2 p. m 72
7 p. m 63
Maximum for 24 houro.... 72
Minimnm " ' '■ " 67
Fair weather, continued
nearly stationary tempere-
All’s quiet in the police circles.
Only six days nntil thanksgiving.
Yesterday was a summer’s day.
The interior of Bass & McKinnon's
store is being refitted.
Dr. Graher, ot Germany, is regis
tered at the Stuart.
No. 7 was late again yesterday.
’Twas ever thus, &c.
The wind blew considerably just
before day yesterday morning.
Mr. R. C. Downs, and wife, ol Cali
fornia, are guests at the Stuart.
Mrs. F Drake, and.children, return,
ed yesterday from Bainbridge.
Mr. P. H. McGrath, and wife, of
Atlanta, were in the city yesterday.
We hope to see the aic electrio
light blazing on Broad and Jackson
Messrs. J. .VI. and Bartow Clewis
left yesterday for a trip-to Madison,
Fla, via Monticelio.
The Murray & Murphy company
went from here to Jacksonville, Fla.,
yesterday, via Moniicello.
Mrs. John .Martin, of Tallahassee,
Fla., who has been visiting in the city,
returned home yesterday.
Mr. L. W. Huttall, and family, of
West Va., are among the recent arri
vals at the Whiddon for the winter.
Mrs. C. H. Griffin, and children,
returned home yesterday from a visit
to friends in Brooks county.
Will the Georgia Southern or the
Augusta & West Florida railroad first
occupy the territory north of Thom-
asvillc? That is the question.
Mr. John T. McKinnon will engage
in the fertilizer business. He is a safe,
reliable man, and farmers can depend
Water connections are being laid to
the Thompson residence in East End.
Jt will be the first water pipes laid in
that portion of the city.
Mr. C. G. Atkinson has been doing
some good work about the Piney
Woods hotel. He has put .down
a very neat plank walk around the
Already several gunning parties
have been made up for Thanksgiving
day. .-A lot of powder will be wasted.
The birds will not suffer seriously from
the invasion of the amateqr shootists,
Capt. R. G.Flemmgand other prom*
inent officials of the S., F. & W. rail
way,who have been making a business
tour of the branch roads leading from
here, left yesterday In their private car
Rev. W,. J. Williams, assisted by
Rev. T. A. White, is holding an inter*
esiing protracted meeting at the Bap
tist church. Go out and hear the
sermons; they are able and deeply
Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Macy, and
daughters, Misses Mary and Agnes,
arrived yesterday, and will occupy their
handsome residence on Remington
avenue for the winter. The many
southern friends of the family cordially
welcome them back to their winter
home in the “Sunny South."
Currants, Raisins, Citron
Special drives la Toilet Soaps tbla week-
15 cents to $3,00 per dozens—Bemeraber w
are selling by tbe retail a*- wholesale rates.
Finest Handkerchief Extracts, per oz....$ .35
Swan Down Face Powder, per box .15
Finest Sachett Powders, per osM........ .35
Hair brashes and all other kinds marked
Prescription department in charge of n
regular Licensed and Bcglatcred Pharmacist
who nscs only absolute pure Drugs and
Squibb3, Mcrks and such other Chemicals.
Lovely New Dress Goode, by ex-
rees, just received at
H. Wolff & Bro.’s.
Our Western Connections.
We are aware of tho fact, that it is
impossible for railroad schedules and
sleeping car service to be arranged
to suit everybody. We insist,
however, that railroad officials
should leave nothing undone to supply
adequate and satisfactory accommo
dations to the traveling public and
those who are willing to pay for them.
The Plant system has done all it
could do to make Thomosville a ter
minal point of 6ne or more lines of
'sleepers from the west. To this end
an extra train has been put on between
this point and Albany to connect with
a train over the Central and L. & N.
systems via Montgomery. But Thom-
asville gets no sleeper this way, nor
does it get one via Atlanta. The
travel will justify the putting on of
sleepers over both these routes, and
tbe 8. F. & W. will bring them to
Wo appeal, in behalf of Thomasville
and in behalf of the traveling public,
to Mr. Jos. M. Brown, Mr. W. F.
Shellmnn and Mr. C. P. Atmore to
put these sleepers on. They would
serve not only the large number of
visitors who come to Thomasville from
the west, but these sleepers would
servo the same class of visitors who
go to Tallahassee and all middle Flor
ida points. Thomasville is tho lead
ing winter resort in Georgia, and in
attractiveness is the equal of any in
the south, and she is entitled, and
those who come here are entitled, to
every consideration at the hands of
the great corporations represented by
the gentlemen to whom we appeal.
As matters now stand no western
sleeper comes nearer than Albany,
passing thence into Florida. The
travel to Thomasville demands these
accommodations. We know some
prominent visitors from the west—
and the far west, too—who, this sea
son, will go to New York and come
from there to Thomosville, rather
than undertake to come by much
shorter and a more natural route. All
this on account of the lack of proper
facilities for reaching Thomasville
from that quarter.
Fell in a Ditch.
Charley Cooper, who works at the
Kentucky stables, and^who Is a son ot
Cooper, the barber, had his wrist pain
fully sprained Wednesday morning, by
being thrown into a ditch by tbe shying
of a horse, attached to the vehicle in
which he was riding. The horse also
fell in the ditch, but was uninjured.
A citizen complained to the writer
a day or two since, that some boys
are making war on the mocking
birds. There should be some law to
protect these southern songsters
Boys, let the mocking birds alone. It
is very naughty to be killing them.
That is a very handsome front being
finished up for Evans & McLean’s
carriage, buggy and wagon repository,
on Jackson street Messrs Evans &
McLean will put the most extensive
stock of buggies, wagons, &c., in their
new repository ever seen in south
Georgia. They will occupy the new
building very shortly.
Happy Marriage Bells.
Wo find the following in the Chat
Thursday’s Times contained only a
brief notice of tbe marriage of Mr.
George England and Miss Roberta
Harrison Bracewell, which took nlace
Wednesday evening, Nov. 6th, at the
home ot Mr Edward A. Abbott, No.
2, Lindsay street. Miss Bracewell
has been the guest of Mrs. Silva and
Mrs Abbott since early summer, and
has charmed her old fuends and a
circle of new ones, with her many
accomplishments, not the least araon^
them being a rare voice of fine culti
Mr. England, of Galveston, Tex.,
holdp the responsible position of Audi
tor of the Gulf, Colorado & Santa Fe
The bride was dressed in silken mull
over white satin, her going-awav dress
being terra cotta serge, with leather
The artistic house was beautifully
decorated, mantels, tables and piano
being banked with chrysanthemums.
The ceremony was performed by
the Rev. Dr. Dumbell, and after an
elegant collation, Mr. and Mrs. Eng
land left tor their future .home, Gal
veston, Tex., whither the best wishes
of their many friends follow them.
Miss Berta’s Thomasville friends
will read with pleasure of her new
Our IrlohlVlsItoro. .
This inimitable mirth provoking
play was rendered by the Murray and
Murphy troupe, on Wednesday night,
to a lair audience. To say that the
audience was pleased, is putting it
mildly. Mr. Murray, as Col. Gilhoo-
ley, and Murphy, as Jerry McGuiness,
were simply immense. Humor oozes
from every pore of their bodies. And
it is of that natural kind, which catches
and captivates. Miss Ada Melrose,
as Dorothy, was cute and charming
to the last degree. The cornet solo,
by Miss Addie Boose demonstrated,
beyond cavil, that a woman can blow,
as well as gossip. Her performance
elicited hearty applause. The dude
was fairly good, especially in his
laughing role. The singing of Miss
Lotta Thornton was very fine. She
has a flexible, cultivated voice, and
The latest in Persian Bilks, for
Dress Trimming, just received, by
H. Wolff & Bko.'s.
New Carpets—200 rolls in stock—
and arriviug daily. Tbe handsomest
stock in southern Ga. at
H. Wolff & Bro.’s..
Our Clothing stock is attractive,and
the cheapest in town.
H. Wolff & Bro.
New Ginghams, Prints and other
Dress Goods just received by
H. Wolff & Bro.
Ladies and Children’s Clonks and
Jackets. The largest stock in tbe
city, consequently the lowest prices.
- H. Wolfe & Bro.
Ladies Underwear in endless varie-
H. Wolff & Bro.
Nobbiest Neckwear in town.
H. Wolff & Bro.
Prices before buy
Hardly anything receives less thanks and
more abuse than a hat It Is never thanked
for tho protection it renders against wind,
cold and heat. It is thrown down, Jerked
up, and violently handled here, there and
everywhere. Its crown crashed, its rim
torn in constant and patient servitude.
The hat, like sails to a ship or like wings
to a bird, permits women to perform her
duties and achieve her objects. Let the
ship thank its sails, the bird its wings and
Cost Prices, and we
—a woman her hat.
The best bats—the most stylish and rich
ly trimmed—are always to bo had at Lower
Honest, upright dealing is my motto. The
mos- work and best goods for tbe least price
my rule. My object Is to satisfy the custo
mer. I therefore cordially invite inqnirics
regarding goods, styles and prices. Am al
ways happy to give full information.
To tho ladles of Boston, Ochlockonee, Cai
ro, Metcalfe and the country: When you
visit Thomasville make my store yonr head
quarters. Yon can rest and refresh your
selves here, if you like. - No charge, and no
Tbe trade of all earnestly sollcited-
Mrs. Jennie Carroll,
Lower Broad Milliner.
Money saved on Every
&urchase f no mat
ter how large
75 cents doz. lor sweet corn in a lb
cans at Pickett’s,
uses it with artistic effect,
chestra discoursed some choice music
during the evening. It was a good
Every family in Thomasville should
take the Daily Times-Enterprise.
Support your home paper; It is try
ing hard to build up every interest ol
Cordele has a cotton factory and
Albany will have one soon. Why
should not Thomasville have one?
There is ample capital here to start
such an enterprise.
BRICK MASONS WANTED.
5 good brick masons wanted at once.
Apply to Y. P. Horrocks.
nov21-3t. Thomasville, Ga.
It is to the credit of Thomosville
that she failed to make up money
enough to induce the femalt baso
ballists to play here. These female
baso ballists ought to be rocking the
cradle, or attending to some other
Dr. D. C. Montgomery, of Ouide,
Fla., who has been spending several
days in the city visiting his brother,
Mr. John Montgomery, left for home
HOUSE FOR RBNT.
A seven-roo n, well furnished house, on
corner of Crawford and Fletcher streets, for
Rent. Apply on premises, or to Dr. T. S.
BRING YOUR BILLS.
Parties having bill* owainst tho late bar
becue and lair, are requested to being them
in at once for settlement. A1I bills not pre
sented within the week, will he bemd.
leaders of Styles and Low Prices..
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109 & 111 BROAD ST
A New Line for Thomasville !
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 Sc Barnard’s and
E. P. Reed <Sc~ Co.’s Ladies Fine Shoes, of which we
CURTRIGHT & DANIEL,
108 I1ROAT) STREET.