THE DAILY TIMES-ENTERPRISE.
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1889.
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
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O. S. Bondurant Vounteer Observer
Weather Bulletin for the 24 honrs ending
at 7 o’clcck P. M., Nov. 22, 1889.
7a.m - 51
2 p. 65
7 p. m... 52
-(NEXT P. 0.)-
Maximum for 24 hours.
Minimum “ . “ “ .
Fair weather, continued
nearly stationary tcmperc-
Be careful about fire.
Currants, Raisins, Citron
Two splendid plays at the opera
house next week.
Yesterday added another to the list
of lovely autumn days.
It may save
Special drives in Toilet Soaps this week-
18 cents to J3.00 per dozen.—Remember w
ore selling by tho retail a*, wholesale rates.
Finest Handkorcbiei Extracts, per ox—$ .35
Swan Down Face Powder, per box .16
Finest Sachett Powders, per os- 36
Hair brushes and all other kinds marked
Examine your flues,
All business, should be suspended
on Tanksgiving day.
Col. MacIntyre returned from
Lowndes court yesterday.
Miss Ida Pittman went over to
Cairo yesterday to visit friends.
Judge Hansel! is expected back
front Lowndes court, this morning.
Work on the neat new water tank
in tho railroad yards is progressing
A colored society gave another
cake walk at the city hall last night.
The “Litile Couquette” company
went from here to Americus yesterday.
Every thing is being pushed around
Prescription department In charge of a
regular Licensed and Registered Pharmacist
who U3es only absolute pure Drugs and-
Squibbs, Merks and such other Chemicals.
Lovely New Dress Goods, by ex
press, just received at
" H. Wolff & Bro.’s.
The latest in Persian Silks, for
Dress Trimming, just received, by
H. Wolff & Br.o.’s.
New Carpets—200 rolls in stock—
and arriving daily. The handsomest
stock in southern Ga. at M ;
si? H. Wolff & Bro.’s.
Our,Clothing stock is attractive,nnd
the cheapest in town.
H. Wolff & Bro.
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New Ginghams, Prints and other
Dress Goods just received by
H: Wolff & Bno.
Thrown By a Pony.
Jim Mitchell, a negro boy about
18 years old, was violently thrown
from a Texas pony at the intersection
of Jackson and Broad streets, yester
day about noon. Mitchell, who is an
invalid, was on his way to see a doc
tor, when the pony he was riding,
became frightened at the Hook and
Ladder truck,which was being brought
back from the fire, and threw him.
Although no bones were broken, in
his weak condition the fall was a bad
one, and ho was unable to stand up
without assistance. An express
wagon was called, and he was sent to
the homo of George Clark, near
Flotcherville, with whom be lives.
Off For New York.
Mr. B. A. Bass left last evening for
New York, where he goes to lay in a
large stock of groceries, dry goods
and such articles as he has heretofore
kept in the concern of Bass and Mc
Kinnon. Mr. Bass will make a care
ful selection of.such goods as are
adapted to his trade and will buy to
the best advantage for cash and when
he returns he expects to do a rushing
business. Look out for his announce
ment in about two weeks.
Quilt Without Crime.
This splendid drama will be pre*
sented beforo a Thomasville audience,
for the first time, on Thursday even
ing, tho ?8th inst. The Jersey City
Argus, has this to nay of Miss Austen,
who plays the leading role:
She is but a girl, and her ability
tho Gulf for the opening next week.
Mr. A. O. Vilter, of Milwaukee, is
the recent arrivals for the sea-
obarming gifts of youth, beauty and
dramatic talent she possesses a remar
kable intellect, and various accom
plishments. Her connections are of
the oldest and most aristocratic
a niece of
Mr. Chas. H. Keeshire, manager
ol ‘Waide,” was at the VVhiddOn yes
Pete Bone, Jr., is now with the
Southern Express company as deliv
ery clerk. .
Miss Berta Whalen, of Boston, is
visiting Miss Bena Bouchclle, on
There is an old saying that a fire
always follows a fire, so be careful, or
you may be the next victim.
The Piney Woods will be the first
of the principal hotels to open. It
the oldest and most
families of America, beini
Rt. Rev. Chas. Quintard.
Tennessee, and a descendent of the
Schi-ylers of Revolutionary fame.
She is now 19 years of age. When
but 15 she made her first appearance
in England as Galatea, in “Pygmalion
and Galatea,” and followed with the
full range of legitimate plays. Her
remarkable beauty, and wonderfal
ability created a sensation among the
nobility of Europe. She jumped with
one hound to the foremost rank in the
profession she had chosen. She sub-
. Ladies and Children’s Cloaks and
Jackets. The largest stock in the
city, consequently the lowest prices.
' H. Wolfe & Bro
Ladies Underwear in endless varie-
’. H. Wolff & Bno.
Nobbiest Neckwear in town.
' H. Wolff & Bro.
Prices before buy
will open on the 4th of next montli.
Mrs. F. M. Nicholls, of Scotland
Neck, N. C , and Mrs. E. R. Yarrell,
also'of N. C., are registered at the
Mpse Way was in town yesterday.
Mose is now reveling in the sweets cf
syrup making, and spare ribs and
back-bones. * - t -
Mr. and Mrs,. L. M. Butler, of
Cfawfordville, Iiid'., are ‘among the
recent arrivals of visitors'. They are
stopping at the Whiddon. *,
Messrs. R. C. Balfour and Charlie
Stark returned yesterday from a trip
to New York. They report a pleas-
8b noble a representative of dramatic
art. Never since the days of Rachel,
Ristori and Cushman has an octree
appeared who could so electrify an
Miss Austen possesses greater com
bined beauty of face, form and man
ner than the stage has ever known.
In “Guilty without Crime,” she ap
pears to superior advantage, being a
The fire caught from a defective
fluo in the kitchen.
Several temporary homes were ten
dered Mr. Raines and his family.
Every one regrets their loss very
Mr. J. G. Padrick, a merchant of
Bainhridgo, was in the city yester
Mr. W. H. Barr, of the Kentucky
Stables, arrived from Bowling Green,
Ky., last night.
Mrs. W. F. Thatpe and children,
of Cordelo, are visiting Mr. and Mrs.
Tom Bottoms. Mrs. Tharpe is a sis
ter of Mrs. Bottoms.
Dr. J. T. Metcalfe writes to Mayor
Hopkins that he will be here by the
time Mrs. Bower’s “tavern” opens.
Every one will be glad to welcome
the doctor to Thomasville.
Boston will have a meeting to-day
to discuss the fence question. Wher
ever discussed, and understood, the
result is the honversion of scores of
fence to no fence men.
Mr. Phil. C. Brayton, advance rep
resentative of Davidson & Austen
Company, was here yesterday making
arrangements for the performance of
his company on next Thursday night.
A pair of mules attached to one of
Dillon’s drays, which was loaded
with coal, walked into a drain ditch
in front of the new warehouse near
the railroad last night. Although
the mules were completely buried by
the dray and coal falling upon them,
they were found to be uninjured when
rescued. The d&y escaped with
The Eolipie Stables Sold.
Judge Hopkins has sold the Eclipse
Stables, rolling stock, horses, &c„ to
Mr. Robert Vamedoe. The Eclipse
is one of the well known and popular
stables of the town, and it has always
enjoyed a liberal patronage at the
hands of the public.
Mr. Vamedoe is an energetic, thor
ough-going young man, and will no
doubt run the stables in first-class style.
The Little Ooquette.
Miss Hettie Barnard Chase, with a
fair support, played the Little Co
quette at the Opera House on Friday
night. Playing, as the company did,
the night after “Our Irish Visitors,”
the audience was not so large as it
otherwise would have been. Miss
Chase touched up that old favorite
Southern musical instrument, the
banjo, in charming style. She
was ‘heartily encored, and res
ponded with two songs which pleased
the audience very much. Aunt
Jerusba, the old maid, played her
part to perfection. Mr. Charles, as
the New Hampshire tanner, was true
to life. Wims, as the German who
fell a victim to Jerusha’s girlish gig
gles, played his role well. The com
pany went from here to Americas
where they played last night.
ant visit to the metropolis.
Mr. Wayne R. Denman, of Greens
buig, Pa., and Mr. G. B. Whiteman,
ofLatrobe, Pa., arrived yesterday to
spend tho season. They are at the"
Stuart. 1 M ■ "
Alter Sunday t Nov. 26th, the local
freight between here and Albany will
not carry passengers, the new pas
senger having been put on to do that
part of the business.
The advance agent of the Davidson
Austin Co., was painting, not the
town, bnt the concrete pavements red
yesterday afternoon. The young
man is a hostler.
Mrs. John Moore Walker, of Ma
con, who has been spending several
weeks in the city visiting the family
ol her brother, Mr. B. P. Walker,
returned home yesterday.
A little care may prevent a fire.
Attention is called to the announce
ment of Mrs. J. Averitt, who has
opened the White Sulphur Springs
hotel for winter visitors. This is one
of the mpst desirable of winter resorts,
and parties who stop there will he
Mr. W. B. Fleming, who has been
filling the position as telegraph opera
tor at the depot here for some time,
leaves to-day for his old home, Bain-
bridge, where he has accepted a posi
tion. Will has been quite a favoqte
here, and his large number of friends
regret to lose him. Mr. D. Hughston,
who has been with the road at Bain-
bridge for some time, will fill the
Purchase, no mat
ter how large
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