THE DAILY TIMES-ENTERPBISE.
ALBERT WINTER, City Editor.
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 Hen, and Bennett & Barnard’s and
E. P. Reed & Co.’s Ladies Fine Shoes, of which we
SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 1889,
Weather Bulletin for the 24 hour* ending
At 7 o’clock P. M., Not. 23, 1689.
7 n. m JO
2 p. m W
7 p. m 67
Maximum for 24 hour* - 73
Minimum “ “ “ dl
j Conti-ued fair weather.
Fair > SlufiUly warmer.
108 UROAT) STREET.
Baptist Church—Pastor, Rev. W.
J. Williams. Sunday School 9,30.
Preaching at 11 a. m. and 7 p. m. by
the pastor. Prayer meeting every
Wednesday, 7 p. m.
Methodist Church—Rev. Geo. G.
N. MaoDonell, pastor. Prayer meet
ing 9.30 a. m. Preaching at 11 a. m.
and 7 p. m. by pastor. Sunday
School 3 00 p. m. Prayer meeting
Wednesday 7 p. m.
in the lecture room—Pastor J. 5.
Herbener—services at 11 a. m. and
and at night. Prayer meeting Wed
nesday night at 7:30. Sunday school
9.30 a. m.
Episcopal Church:—Rev. C. L
LaRoche, Rector. Services at Library
Sunday morning 11 o’clock; afternoon
6 o’clock; Friday afternoon 5 o’clock.
-Moss on sec-'
Currants, Raisins, Citron
Finest Handkerchief Extracts, per ox..~$ .35
Swan Down Face Powder, per box 15
Fineit Sacbett Powder*, per oz.. 35
Hair braibes and all other kinds marked
ond Sunday at 8:00 o’olock a. m,
sermon at 11 a. m.
Prescription department In charge of s
regular Licensed and Registered Pharmacist
who uses only absolute pure Drugs and
Squibb*, Merks and such other Chemlcnls.
Lovely New Dress Goods, by ex
press, just received at
H, Wolff & Bro.’s.
Tho latest in Persian Silks, for
Dress Trimming, just received, by
H. Wolff & Bro.’s.
New Carpets—200 rolls in stock—
and arriving daily. The handsomest
stock in southern Gn. at
II. Wolff & Bro.’s.
Our Clothing stock-i* attractive,and
the cheapest in town.
H. Wolff & Bro.'
-New Ginghams, Prints and other
Dress Goods just received by
H. Wolff & Bro.
The Kindergarten Sohool.
This splendid school, Miss Mary T.
Barnes, Principal, closed the first term
of the school this week, with an inter*
esting and highly creditable examina
tion of her pupils. The second term
will begin on Monday, the 95th. It
is proper, perhaps, to explain that
the first and third terms run ten weeks
each; while the second and fourth
terms run nine weeks each. Miss
Barnes has, by her careful attention
to young pupils, and her admirable
system of training laid (he foundation
Her curriculum is
Frederick Wards. Mr. Lee McLendon.
This great tragedian will playtho This young gentlemen has been
“Mountebank” at the opera houso on for some time holding the very res-
Friday night, the 29th inst. This ponsible position of chief rato clerk
will bo a rare treat for lovers of tho in the General Freight agent’s office
true and legitimate drama. Mr. 8. F. & W; Ry. He has just been
Warde ranks, without doubt, with promoted to the position of Traveling
tho foremost aotors of the age. As an Soliciting agent for the S. F. & W.
evidence of the fuct that this popular & B. A W. Railways. This is a
tragedian will bo recognized and ap- deserved promotion and by it Mr.
preciated in Thomasville, we may
located in that city. Our readers
will, no doubt, bo glad to learn that
Capt, Winter will, at an early day,,
resume bis position on the Times
Enterprise, as city editor, a posi
tion which be voluntarily vacated to
assume the duties at Chicago.
The ptree'is were lively yesterday.
Judge Hansell has returned from
court at Valdosta.
The usual Saturday crowd filled the
The days of the Thanksgiving turk
ey in the land are few.
Mr. J. H. White .Jr., of New York,
is stopping at the Stuart.
The fence question was not discuss
ed at Boston yesterday.
Rev. R. T. Goodrum, of Valdosta,
was in the city yesterday.
J. F, Wood's Railroad show will be
here next Thursday and Friday.
Mr. D. J. Renfroe, of Greenville,
S. C., was at the Whiddon yesterday.
Mr. J. W. Lee left yesterday for a
trip to Missouri and Kentucky, to buy
Dr. F. H. Humphrys, of New York,
was among the guests at the Stuart
Mrs. F. t). Miller and children, of
Fort Valley, are in the city, the guests
oi Mrs. N. B. Ousley.
The box sheet has opened for Fred
erick Warde Friday night, and the
seats are going rapidly.
Photographer Gottwals has taken a
fine groupe picture of theThomasvillo
police force in uniform.
Mrs. Hartsfield, of Albany, ia visit
ing her aunt, Mrs. R. A. Beverly, at
the latters home in the country.
Mrt. L. J. Mosby and Miss S. Fisk,
of Avon, N. Y., arrived yesterday to
spend the season. They arc located
at the Whiddon.
Miss Lotta Harman, of Boston, who
has been visiting the family of Mr.
tho railroad world. All who know
his fine business qualities are entire
ly confident that be will sustain him
self handsomely in his new field. We
refer to the fact that twenty or thirty
seats were spoken tor before the box.
sheet was opened. The Nashville
Daily Herald, speaking of Mr. Warde
and the play, says:
Tho comedy in Mr.WardeV'Mounte-
bank” is in the minor parts, but there
is enough of it to relievo it of undue
sombreness. Mr. Warde’s works are
almost entirely emotional, for even
when he attempts the lighter veins
there is a beartpiercing touch of pitiful
pathos that stirs one’s soul to the in
nermost depths, and seta the fountain
of tears a-flowing. Handkerchiefs
were in quite common use last even
ing, and in the desertion scene .in the
second act, os well as in the fifth act,
where the wife, acting under strange
and almost uncontrollable influence,
denies her husband and her child,
sobbing could bo distinctly heard in
all parts of the house. Men cried as
well as women. What.higher test of
Mr. Warde’s historio greatness than
that he should set to weeping the men
for a fine school,
not confined strictly to the classes in
kidergarten, or preparatory branches,
but embraces some oi the more ad
We have before us an interesting
resume of the recent examinations in
the school, and shall refer to them at
a later day.
Ladies and Children’s Cloaks and
Jackets. The largest stock in the
q &. Wolfe d? Bro.
Ladies Underwear in endless vnrie-
’. H. Wolff A Bro.
Speolal Rate to Savannah.
Tickets, at the reduced rato of four
cents per mile for the round trip, will
be placed on sale between the 3d
and 10th of December to Savannah
the occasion being the bazaar held by
the Georgia Hussars in aid of their
armoiy fund. The tickets will he
good for three days from date of sale.
A Blaze Extinguished.
There was a 8mall blaze in the
Sheffield house, on Smith Avenue,
occupied by Messrs. W. H. Rogers
and J. M. Mayo yesterday, but was
extinguiahed by Mr. Rogers, and the
ladies of tho house, before any serious
damage was done.
Nobbiest Neckwear in town.
H. Wolff A Bro.
, Dixie Nursery.
Attention is called to the annoince-
ment of Messrs. H, H. Sanford & Co.,
proprietors of Dixie Nursery, who are
in every way prepared to supply tho
wants of the publio in landscape gar
dening and plants, shrubbery, bulbs,
etc. Mr. Sanford is too well known
to require any endorsement from us,
but it aflords us pleasure to say that
he will do the proper thing in all
cases, and his advice in the selection
and setting out of shrubbery, etc., is
the best that can be had in this sec
tion of country. Dixie Nursery keeps
a very large assortment of the best of
plants, etc., and you will have no
difficulty in getting what you want.
Prices before buy
Cost Prices, and we
Mr. and Mrs. Whiddon chaperoned
a party of about a dozen of the Whid
don House guests out to Mr. Wm.
Smith’s sugar boiling yesterday. It
wss a novel sight to some of the party.
Judge Hansell, Judge Alexander
and Hon. R. G. Mitchell, returned
from Lowndes court, yesterday morn
ing. The Judge will resume the
work of the term again on Monday.
Mr. W. H. Barr, of the Kentucky
Stables, who arrived a day or two
since, brought seven fine horses from
Kentucky, among them a pair which
cost, in Kentucky, a round thousand
dollars. TheJ are dandys. Mr. Barr
says they can make it, to the pole, in
We are indebted to Mr. Jennings,
of the Jennings’ Nursery Company,
tor some very fine Japencse persim
mons. They are the finest we ever
saw, and can be seen.at our office.
Among the guests at —
we notice the names of Judge and
Mrs. Warren Currier, Miss M. B.
Gardener, of N. Y., and Miss Sarah
Dakin, Mrs. William Scobie and Mrs.
C. B. Baker, of Pennsylvania.
Two gamins had a pugelistic en-
countcr on Jackson street yesterday
afternoon. They went at it lively un
til the smallest threw up the spooge,
and began crying.
Attention is called to the advertise
ment of Mr. J. O. Orr. He has a
fine lot oi mulee at the Kentucky
Stables, and will sell them at fair
figures. Mr. Orr comes from a good
stock region, and will guarantee every
head sold. See his advertisement, and
if yon need anything in the stock
line, call on Mr. Orr at the Kentucky
Money saved on Every
Purchase, no mat
ter how large
Mr. J. C. Orr, of Columbia, Tenn,
is now at the Kentucky stables, where
he has a fine lot of Tennessee mules
for sale. Farmers would do well to
ree him and bis stock.
The various churches will unite in
a Thanksgiving service at the Meth
odist church on next Thursday at 11
a. m., Rev. W. J. Williams, of the
Baptist church, will preach the ser
Mr. C. T. Hancock’s gin at Met
calfe, caught fire Friday night but was
extinguished before any serious dam
age was done. The fire is thought to
have originated from a match in the
Mr. P. S. Heeth has completed his
rounds in the country and will be
found, from this date until 4 o’clock
p. m„ on the 20th of December, at
his office on Jackson street.
Pay up—and register.
A Pleasant Time.
A merry party of about a dozen in
vited young ladies and gentlemen
went hut to the sugar boiling at the
country home of Mr. Wm. Smith, Fri
day night. After spending some
time around the cane mil), the parly
repaired to the residence, and engag
ed in a delightful impromptu dance.
The drive going and returning was
very pleasant. They reached home
about it o’clock.
James Dillon for several days, left for
Miss Florence Bligb, representing
Leaders of Styles and Low Prlcjs.
,09 & 111 BROAD ST
irtunate in being represent
ed hy a pleasant and popular young