THE DAILY TIMES-ENTERPRISE.
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 Men, and Bennett & Barnard’s and
E. P. Reed & Co.’s Ladies Fine Shoes, of which we
CTJRTRIGKHT & DAMEL,
''\ f ; 108 HROAT) STREET.
TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 26, 1889.
Passenger for Savannah Lv... 686
Passenger from Savannah Ar... T 00
Fast mall for Savannah .Ar...l205
<• >• •• “ LV...1235
1 “from “ Ar... ISi
“ “ from Savannah Lv... 200
Paisenger from Albany Ar... 620
Passenger tor “ «... »«
“ from •• Ar....tl20
“ for „.....„.Lv...- 4(0
Freight and Acorn, for Albany Bv,.. 8 46
i? m 4 from “ Ar... 720
Freightandaocom.ftom Way£.Xr.. ; 460
« “ for Wayo....Lv... 800
a . . a from Chstt. Ar... 630
thosiasville and MONTICKLLO.
Freight accom. for Montlcello LV...845
ir .«* from “ ....AT...600
Fast mall tor “
is m from “ ....Ar..l210
Weather Bulletin for the 24 hours ending
at 7 o’clock P. M., Nov. 25, 1889.
7 a.m ...„.......i......;.;............i 40
2 a. m«..«. 76
Maximum for 24 hours.
Minimum “ “ “ .
Indications for fab, slightly
warmer weather. , ; < /
Currants, Raisins, Citron
Mr. John West left Sunday for a
visit to Tallahassee.
Christmas goods are being received
in large quantities.
The young men are arranging a fox
chase for Thursday morning.
Dr. A. P. Taylor spent Sunday with
his family at'Camilla, where they are
More Northern people arrived yes
terday than any pievious day this
The regular monthly term of the
justice courts wery in session at the
court house yesterday.
Mr. H. C. Pickett, now of Colum
bus, who has Deen in the city lor a
few days, left Sunday.
Mr. J. T. Pittman has eight fine
mules which he is offering for sale
cheap for oash. See him.
Mr. E. M. Mallette has sold a tract
of land near the Florida line in this
county, to Mr. S. L. Hayes.
Mrs. E. A. Lowry, of Atlanta, is
Special drives ih Toilet Soaps this week-
15 cents to |3.00 per dozen,—Remember we
are selling by the retail at wholesale rotes.
Finest fjandkcrchlel Extracts, per os.._l .35
Swan Down Face Powder, per box.....— .15
Finest Sachett Powders, per oz .35
Hair brashes and all other kinds marked
Prescription department in charge of ■ a.
regular Licensed and Registered Pharmacist
who uses only absolnto pore Drags and
Squlbbs, Merks and sach 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
For the Season.
Mrs. M. E. Thompson, Mr. and
Mrs. H. E. Thompson, and children,
and Messrs. Charley Thompson and
B. F. Schrumier.allof St.Paul,Minn.,
arrived yesterday and will occupy
their handsome winter residence in
East End for the season. They are
at present guests of the Piney Woods,
Their Thomasvilie friends are glad to
see them back.
mation of Governor Ooroon. it is
proper and right that busy humanity
should pause, at least once a year, in
the mad scramble of life, and give
thanks to God for his goodness. There
will be services by Rev. Mr. Williams,
pastor of the Baptist church, at the
H. Wolff & Bbo.’s.
New Carpets—200 rolls in stock-
and arriving daily. The handsome
stock in Southern Go. at
H. Wolff & Bro.’s.
Our Clothing stock is attractive,and
the cheapest in town.
H. Wolff & Bro.
New GinghamB, Prints and' ether
Dress Goods just received by
H. Wolff & Bro.
Ladies and Children’s Cloaks and
Jackets. The largest stock in the
ryu aald county, obtained at tne wovemoex
term, 1888, wllibo (old at auction at
court house door, on first Tuesday In January
next, within the legal hours of sate, lot number
ten, in the seventeenth district of (eld county,
containing 250 acres, sold aa tha property of Ci
tato of John O. Pittman. Terns wah.
F. O. pittman, Executrix
Nov. 25th, 1880.
visiting her brother, Judge J. R.
Alexander oh Dawson street.
Mr. Walter Prett and Mrs. D. Dav
is, of Fishkill-bn-Hudson, N. Y, ar
rived yesterday for the Season.
Oapt. W. M. Hammond went up to
Mnles For Sale.
Eight head of Fine, Smooth Motzs, from
medium to large size, for Bale CHEAP tor
J. T. PITTMAN.
the lowest prices.
!. Wolfe & Bro.
Camilla yesterday morning to attend
superior court now in session there.
The panorama painting show that
has been on Madison street for sever
al days, has left. : -
Mons. and Madame Tacherean,
Madame Dionne; and Mrs. Steele, of
Quebec, Canada, are guests of Miss
Mr. C. B. Coates, of Americus, for
merly of the Jelks Shoe Company
here, was in the city yesterday, shak
ing hands with friends.
Messrs. Max Cassels and W. J.
Bnghtback, of Albany, spent Sunday
in the city, visiting .friends. They
returned home yesterday.
Mr. Sam Rountree, a brother of
Hon. Dan Rountree, and attorney W.
O. McCall, of Quitman, were in the
city yesterday on their way to Camilla
to attend superior court
There are three very nice cottages
being built on east Clay street, Messrs.
nov 26 d4w2t
Ladies Underwear In endless varie-
r. H. Wolff & Bro.
Good board, with nice country fare, can
bo hod at Dr. J. B. •Wotkin’8 residence, Sun-
dale, one-mile and a half from coart house,at
moderate rates. - Corriago rides free, every
other day. Good bunting and sport ground.
Apply on the premises or address
1 Dr. J. B. WATKINS,
nov26dtf Thomasvilie, Ga.
Nobbiest Neckwear In town.
H. Wolff <fc Bro.
Prices before buy
Two Brothers Fight
Henry Holmes, col., was arrested
Saturday night near the Connecticut
Industrial school, by Officers Single
tary and Brown, for knocking dbwn
his brother, - ■ — ■
TAX AND REGISTRY NOTICE.
Monday, Dec. 2nd, at 4 o’clock, p. m.,
sharp, is the last day of graco for payment
of city taxes and registration.
JAS. F. EVANS, City Tr.
Robert Holmes. A
charge of assault and battery was
preferred against him by Robert
A Family Affair.
John Baker, and his wife Florida,
were the only offenders before Mayor
Hopkins yesterday morning, Both
plead guilty to disorderly conduct,
but os it was only a family affair,
they were let off with paying the costs
Cost Prices, and we
JC8T ONE MORE.
At night beside the gate fuU oft,
When courtship has begun,
Thcto words arc whispered low snd so
-“Do, please, dear Fan, just one I’’
Just one I Yes, yes, but people say
It bappena o’sr and o’er.
When onehegsta he’U beg and pray:
“Dear Fanny, just one more."
Lane, Blalock and Dekle being the
owners. This gives an air of. great
activity to that pleasant section of the
city. ' ■■
Once more we beg to suggest that
a sidewalk be constructed on the west
side of Lower Broad street, across the
railroad. It is greatly needed, and
was long since promised by the coun
cil, we have understood.
The new phamphlet of the Masury
hotel now out, announces that the
hotel will open for its second season
December 14th, and will be under
the management of Mr. Ryland Ham
ilton, who was one of the managers
• last season.
Money saved on Every
Purchase, no mat
ter how large ;
the rule will reverse. She will beg
for one, and one more of those elegant
hats on Lower Broad. Of course he
too will as gracefully yield, for he re
members one good tarn deserves an
other, and then the style and price
is beyond question.
This week a new lot of straws and
felts in all shapes will arrive. _ Get
your orders in early. The holidays
are near and the rush in sight now. I
want your trade. Will do any and
everything consistent with honest, up
right, kindly dealing to secure it.
Yours, anxious to please,
Mrs. Jennie Carroll,
Lower Broad Milliner.
The lithograph work for Frederick
Warde’s play “Mountebank” is the
handsomest ever put on the bill boards
in this dty.
Leaders of Styles and Low Prices.
109 & 111 BROAD ST
75 cents doz. for sweet com in a lb
cans at Pickett’s,