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
THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 188£,
are daily receiving
SIGNAL SERVICE BUREAU
R. Thoms Jr’i' 126 Broad Street
& Bondurant Vounteer Obterver
108 IffiOAT) STREET.
SEE! INSPECT!I PRICE!!!
—NICE ASSORTMENT OF—
ALLIGATOR TOOTH JEWELRY
Prices to-night at the opera house:
Gallery, 25o for everybody; drees
circle, 50c; parquette, 76c.
Vote for no fence.
Remember the poor to-day.
The feathers will fly to-day.
Watch our columns for bargains.
The streets will be deserted to-day.
Say a good word for your town to
Mr. Jack Moore left yesterday for
The gun club has ordered five new
The fox hunters w !, l wake the echoes
Dr. Clower, of Ca : "o, we* iu the
Judge Alexander returned yester
day from Valdosta.
Mr. J. M. Dickson, of Harrisburg,
Pa., is at the Stuart.
The front of S, Fleisher’s barber
shop is being painted.
Time out next Monday in which to
pay city taxes and register.
Miss Cora Walker returned home
last night from North Georgia.
Two car loads of mules and horses
arrived from the west yesterday.
Mr. B. Glickrann left yesterday for
Ozark, Alai, to spend Thunksgiving.
Let everybody bo thankful to-day.
We all have much to.be thankful for.
Rev. J. T. Ainsworth, of Cairo, was
in the city yesterday visiting his sons.
Mr. W.,0. Howland, of Chester,
Pa., is among the visitors at the Wbid
Messrs H. L. Cummings and John
M. Payne, of Baltimore, aro at the
Fred Wardo will appear before a
large, and fashionable audience to
Fred Warde will draw a largo and
fashionable audience to-night. He is
a great actor.
Miss Rachie Mosely, of Chattahoo
chee. Fla., is visiting Miss Bessie Her
ring, on Madison street.
Pay your taxes and - register. The
We are still dis
playing the hand
somest stock of
FIN E DRESS
Goods, with the
to Match, ever
Bar Bangles,— ;
Single and Double Brooches,
Watch Charms and Fobs
ALL SO CHEAP AS TO
Startle the Natives.
Finest Handkerchief Extracts, per OZ....S .35
Swan Down Face Powder, per box........ .15
Finest Sachett Powders, per os- .35
Hair brashes and all other kinds marked
Prescription department in charge of a
regular Licensed and Registered Pharmacist
who uses only absolute pure Drugs and
Squibbs, Merks and such other Chemicals.
Goods Counter. No
cheap trash, but
Fresh D esirable
Goods such as the
people want, at
prices to suit the
Two H undr ed
Rolls Carpet in
Stock and in Tran
sit. The most Com
plete Stock in
This Department is
our “JUST PRIDE.”
Besides giving you
the Largest and
Best Selection, our
Certified List of Registered Voters.
We find the following in the Kenne-
saw Gazette, one of the best and
most widely circulated railroad publi
cations of the day:
The pihe trees in and around
Thomasville, have been, and still are,
her most powerful magnets. The
medical profession is on record in this
country and Europe as to the healing
qualities of soft southern breezes when
blown through forests of pines. Catch
ing and bearing on their wings, as
they do, the rich aroma of these pines,
they bring back the flush of health to
wasted cheeks and kindle the eye
again with hope.
The management of the opera
house are selling tickets to day at 25,
50 and 75 cents for the performance
to-night. These are popular prices,
and wilt doubtless draw a good house.
Miss Austen is a charming young act
ress, supported by a splendid com
A Olnb House.
The Thomasville Gun Club met at
the office of J. M. Lee&Co., Tuesday
niRht, for the purpose of discussing
the question ot building a club house.
A review of the growth of the club
its organization was flattering,
Weds a Philadelphian.
Mrs. A. W. Hastings, of Boston,
Mass., has many friends in Thomas
ville, who will be pleased to learn that
she has been happily married to Mr.
E. A. W. Hunter, 'a prominent and
wealthy citizen of Philadelphia, Penn.
Mrs. Hastings, during her stay in
Thomasville, made many friends who
will cordially join with us in wishing
her great happiness
L J Siiiidovanf,
J L Finn,
H B Mai .in,
J D Amh-owp,
B F Bolsman,
A J Goff,
J G Crovalt,
8 T Young,
T C Mitchell,
J W Dillon.
8 A Lord,
J B Chisholm,
C W Wiggins,
R L Deklc,
W R Pittman,
W W Eeaslov,
W C Nowboru,
J G Hopkins,
B D Ainswor.h,
J M Mayo,
A H 8 Cooke.
C W Hun'
JR Ale raider,
RE Lev or,
P 8 Hecfli-
G U JaculckO;
L B Boyo’.iollo,
J E Baker.
M A FJeo. wood,
Wm MUIe ,
J L Wolcoii,
J C Coul-'er,
J C Parnell,
J J Siphons,
T J Young,
The number of new buildings going
up in ihe city is noticeable. Con
tractor Eaves informed the reporter
yesterday that among the new build
ings he has under contract, is a hand
some residence lor Mr. Robert Dekle,
near Young street;, also a residence
for Mr. E. Lane, 00 the corner of
Young and Clay streets; and one for
Mr. J. R. Smith, on the McIntyre
road, near Mr. Herbener’s.
J T PHtman,
J A McKco,
A W Cllsby,
JM S anselt,
W P Coyle,
H J Ashley,
W L Cone,
J B Coylo,
Go and hear pretty Ramie Austen
to-night. Popular prices, 25, 50 and
down below other
White and Colored
Quilts, and House
Prices before buy
75 cents. No charge for reserved
R. J. Mitchell, a colored preacher,
was arrested and placed in jail yester
day charged with selling mortgaged
properly. _ ;
Mr. J. A. Scott, of Mayfield, Ky.,1
is in the city looking after the inter
est of the Pauly Jail Co., in the
new jail. *
Coll on Treasurer Evans, pay your
city taxes, and register. The time
expires next Monday. Do not neg
lect Ibis duty.
Mrs. Byrd and daughter, Miss Nd-
and it continues growing in popularity
and members. Messrs. Milch Jones,
Horace Thompson and Judge Hop
kins were appointed a committee to
look after the location and leasing ot
the grounds, and Dr. Culpepper and
Mr. B. F. Schurmicr were appointed
to prepare by-laws and constitution.
The club proposes to hold the
greatest shooting tournament ever held
in this county, some time next Janu
ary or February.
Mr. E. M. Malle tie has done a
thriving business lately in selling lots
to colored people. He says lie has
made nine such sales in the last few
days. Two of them were to promi
nent colored citizens of the Glasgow
District, viz: John Norris and Black-
shear Wilson. Both these colored
men have, by continued industry and
honesty, earned a competency for
their old age, and they will move to
Thomasville to spend the balance of
their days, in their well-earned ease
and comfort. Mr. Mallette has also
sold a lot to tbe Rev. C. B. Wilson,
A. B. B. D., Pastor of Key’s Chapel,
Murfreesboro, Tenn., and Secretary of
Smoked sausage at Ball’s.
Crosso A Blackwell’s Pickles at Ball’s.
Cash groceries bound to win. Watch
the figures at Pickett’s.
Pickled Cherries at Ball’s.
Good Butter and Coffee at Ball's. 27-3t
75 cents doz. for sweet corn in 2 lb
cans at Pickett’s,
Mincemeat at Ball's.
Ham! Good, sweet ham,at way down
prices, at Pickett’s. See him.
time expires next Monday at 4o’clock
p. m. This is important.
Care should be used to-day by
hunters, or some one may get a load
' of shot intended for a bl--d.
Mr. Wm. Campbell, accompanied
by Mrs. John Campbell, went over to
Bainbridge yesterday afternoon.
1 Mayor Hopkins fined a white man
Your Patronage Solicited,
lie, bavo gone to Ousley, where they
will spend the winter with son and
brother, Mr. Way Byrd.
A drinking fountain has been put
$25 and costs for disorderly conduct
and contempt of court yesterday.
I Only 25, 50 and 76 cents admission
1 to tbe opera house to-night And the
1 play is said to bo a splendid one.
! The winding blasts of the fox hunt-
, „ 1 cits’ horn, and the silvtr tongued hound
109 & 111 BROAD ST W ; U wake the echoes this^morning.
I There ought to be a good audience
at the opera house to-night. Prices
will not be so low again this season.
I Sunday bouts, which are from 8 to
11 a. rn., and from 7 to 9 p. ro-, will
be observed at .the telegraph office
‘ to day.
I Miss Rosebud Dqnham,. of Monti-
’ : cello, was in the city last night en
' : I route home from an extended visit to
_ Thanksgiving services will be held
in the Methodist church at 11
o’clock. The sermon will be preached
by the ^ev. W.T-Williams.
AU ar, inviteq.
in Paradise Park, on Hansell street.
It will be a great convenience to those
who frequent tbe park.
The stores where shooting outfits
aro kept were busy yesterday loading
JVUT ONE KOBE.
At night twalde the gate full oft,
When couruhlp has begun,
These word* are whispered low end soft,
"Do, please, dear Fan, Just one r'
Just onel Yes, res, but people sap
It happena o’er and o'er,
When one he gets he’U beg and pray:
"Dear Fanny, Just one more.”
But when they twain are made one
Loaders of Styles and Low Prices.
shells for the hunters who will burn
powder to-day. Guns found ready
renters at a dollar each.
A good way to celebrate Thanks
giving day: Remember some poor
family. God has blessed you with
plenty; show your gratitude by dis-
the Tennessee Annual Conference,
Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Lovell, of
Brooklyn, N. Y., are among tbe re
cent arrivals. Mrs. Lovell is a sister
ot Mrs. W. L. Keifter, of this place.
They expect to looate here, if pleased
with tbo place.
in sight now. I
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want your trade. Will do any and
righ^/kin^lly 1 'dealing to secure £
Yours, anxious to please,
Mrs. Jennie Carroll.
Lower Broad Milliner.