We are still dis
playing the hand
somest stock of
GOODS, with the
to Match, ever
shown across a
Goods Counter. No
cheap trash, hut
Goods such as the
people want, at
prices to suit the
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
prices are away
down below other
White and Colored
Quilts, and House
Your Patronage Solicited,
THE DAILY TIMES-ENTERPRISE.
ALBERT WINTER, City Editor.
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 1H8£.
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SIGNAL SERVICE BUREAU
K. TIioims Jr’s-126 Broail Strcfl.
O. S. Bondurant Vounteor Observer
Weather Bulletiu for the 24 hours ending |
at 7 o’clock P. M., Nov. 28, 1889.
2 p. a 04
7 p. in 49
Maximum lor 24 hours (54
Minimum “ " “ 40
Temperature will fall to
aboyt 158° to-night, and
damaging frosts trill occur
in crimed places in sur
A. Mew 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 & Barnard’s and
E. P. Reed & Co.’s Ladies Fine Shoes, of which we
CURTRIG-HT & DA.NIEL,
108 BROAD STREET.
Vote for no fence.
Go and hear Warde to night.
November’s days are numbered.
Thomas superior court meets next
Charley Stuart had ’possum on his
hill of fare yesterday.
We hope that every one enjoyed
their Thanksgiving dinner.
Leaders of Styles and Low Prices.
109 & 111 BROAD ST
The ten cents circus drew a fair
crowd yesterday and last night.
The elephant was the biggest ob
ject in the street parade yesterday.
Mr. James S. Kiugsbcry, of Sa
vannah, was in the oily yesterday.
Di. Patrick and family arrived last
night and registered at the Stuart.
Rev. J. A. Leonard was shaking
hands with frit mis in town yesterday.
The ten cents circus caught the
juveniles—and some who were not
An appropriate tribute by “A
Friend,” to the late Mrs. McKee, will
A party of northern gentlemen
opened a bottle of sherry, put up in
1855, at the Stuart yesterday at din
Mr- J. C. Newell, business niana
ger of the Thompson Opera Company,
was in town yesterday. The company
plays here on Wedncsdoy night.
Major A. C. Knapp, General Traf
fic Manager ot the Georgia Southern
& Florida railroad, passed through
here yesterday, en route to Macon.
Kon. R. A. Connell, of Whigham,
j was in town yesterday, en route for
! the up-country, where he goes in the
• interest of some of his patients.
Landlord Whiddon served hi3
guests with a fine spread at the Whid
don yesterday. Everything iu the
market was brought into requisition.
j The Stuart got up a splendid
- Thanksgiving dinner yesterday. And
, everything was served iu excellent
style. Every’ substantial and deli-
cacy obtainable was oil the tables.
Mr. U. J. Grissman, of Louisville,
Ky., who has been here since the first
of the season, left yesterday for a visit
of a few weeks to a friend in the or
1 ange belt of Florida, after which he
' will return hero.
| The streets presented the appear
ance of Sunday yesterday. Not a
business house was open. Very few-
country people were in town, as it was
very generally known that the stores
! would be closed.
From the Salt Lake (Utah) Evening
Charles J. Peters, with a party ot
twelve, is stopping at the White House.
: They will stop here a few days to see
j the sights of Zion, and then continue
j their journey west.
• A very largo congregation attended
' Thanksgiving services at the Metho
dist church yesterday. The sermon
was preached by the Rev. J. W. Wil
liams, pastor of the Baptist church.
It was an able and appropriate dis
course. Revs. Herbener, McDonald
and LaRochc assisted in the services.
SEE! INSPECT!! PRICE!!!
—NICE ASSORTMENT OF—
ALLIGATOR TOOTH JEWELRY
Mitchell House Pharmacy!
EMIIRACISO DIFFERENT 8TYLF.8 OF
Single an I Double Brooches,
Watch Charms and Fobs
AI,b SO CHEAP AS TO
Startle the Natives.
Firnvt, Ilamlkcrchiet Extracts, pc-r oz....$ .25
Swan Dawn Face Powder, per box 15
Finest Sacliott Powders, per ot 25
Hair brushes and all other kinds marked
Prescription department in charge of a
regular Licensed and Registered Pharmacist
who uses only absolute pure Drugs and
Si[tiibbs, Mcrks and such other Chemicals.
The Fox Chase.
Yesterday morning a cavalcade of
ladies and gentlemen, followed by a
pack of hounds, rode out of town on
a fox hunt.
The fox was turned loose near the
three mile post, on the Duncanville
road. Reynard, on account of his
recent confinement, was not disposed
to run far or fast. He was caught
alter r. very pretty chase, near the
point at which lie had been liberated.
It was a mixed scene at the death;
ladies, ge r lemon, horses and dogs
were mixed up. Two or three 'gen
tlemen claim the honor of being en
titled to the brush. The fox, after
being killed, was dragged over quite
a circuit, when the dogs were again
put on the track. They were follow
ed through the open pines by the bold
riders at a rattling speed.
There were about forty fivo in the
chase, fifUen of whom were ladies.
And the ladies rocfp both well and
gracefully. After returning to town
the gay riders were photographed by
both Mr. Gottwals and Mr. Clark.
The morning air was clear and
crisp, aud every one enjoyed the dash
through the pines.
The novel sight of two negro women
engaged in a regular fisticuff, occurr
ed on Broad street yesterday, near
Levy’s corner. They were having a
warm time of it, when Sheriff Hurst
took a hand and put them in the
cooler, where they will no doubt med
itate on the evil results of giving way
to angry passion.
A Candidate for Congress.
The Hon Kope Elias, formerly of
Charleston, has been announced as a
democratic candidate in ths Ninth
congressional district of North Caro
lina. Mr. Elias has for several years
represented Macon county in the stale
Senate. He is a young lawyer who
has already gained considerable polit
ical prominence. Ths dis'net at the
last election elected Ewart, a republi
Mr. Elias is a brother of Mrs. I.
Levy, and ol Mr. Dave Elias. He is
one of the brightest young men in
Western North Carolina. Although
quite a young man he has, already,
distinguished himself in the councils
of the slate. The republicans carried
the district in the last election, but
will wager the peisimmon beer (that’s
a North Carolina product) that Mr.
Elias—if he is nominated—will be
elected. He's built that way.
We have heard of no casualties
among the huntsmen yesterday, aud
of very few casualties amoDg the
This distinguished actor plays, for
the first time, in the opera house to
night. The press too frequently en
dorses plays and actors without know-
ing whether they are entirely worthy
ol that endorsement or not. It is the
duty of a public journal, not only to
record passing events, to chronicle the
current news, but it is, also, a duty
which the press owes to the public,
not to bestow fulsome praise, where it
is not merited. Acting upon this
principle, we have hesitated to fully
endorse many ot them, troupes which
have appeared here in the past—
giving, only, the opinions of others.
In speaking of the appearance of
Mr. Warde, we can safely say, that he
is the mo9t distinguished actor in his
line, who will come to Thomasville
this season. He is a true artist. The
reputation of this great delineator of
the ligitimaie drama, is not bounded
by this continent. While not the
equal of Booth or Barrett perhaps, he
ranks up in their class.
Theatre-goers who would see one
ot America’s greatest actors, in a role
peculiarly well-suited and adapted to
his wonderful powers, should not fail
to be at the opera house to-night.
What promises to be the most bril
liant assemblage of the season, will
gather in the opera house to-night, to
hear Frederick Warde, the renowned
The Times-Union, Jacksonville,
speaking of Warde’s appearance in
that city, on Tuesday night, says:
The audience that gathered at the
Park opera house last night to wel
come the distinguished tragedian,
Frederick Warde, was the best that
has been present this year, and thtf
performmee they witnessed will long
be remembered as a grand triumph of
the actors art. “The Mountebank,’’
from the Frehch of D’Ennery, affords
variety and change ot situation such,
as to test thoroughly the ability of the
actor, and that Mr. Warde was equal
to any and every situation the per
formance conclusively proved. The
audience was an enthusiastic one, but
no inopportune applause or noise
ifiarred the many touching scenes, and
at the end of each act Mr. Warde was
deservedly re called
The support was excellent, the
ladies’ parts being taken especially
well, Miss Rees playing the part of
the Mountebank’s wife in a manner
that touched the hearts of the spec
tators and drew the tears to the eyes
of ladies. Miss Wade made quite a
hit and certainly played her part ex
cellently. Messrs. Wilfred Clarke,
and Charles Clark, filled the light
comedy parts, the former particularly
keeping the audience hughing all the
lime he was on tlie stage.
It will he seen, by refereucc to coun
cil proceedings, that Capt. Law, the
surveyor, has completed the survey
the Oak street sewer, aud the
council lias ordered the sewer
laid at once. This will be a conve
nience and (ill a much needed want
on the west side of town. The work
will bo pushed through as rapidly as
Tho fox, which was expected to be
good and got himself decorously
caught yesterday morning on the fox
chase, was late iu getting started, but
he came to time, after so long, and
the chase went off merrily.
Furnished house in suburbs, six rooms
well furnished, good water, will rent rca.-on-
ublc to a good party. Apply to
Mrs. Bblus Linn-,
Smoked sausage at Ball’s.
Crosse k Blackwell’s I’icklcs 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 com in 3 lb
cans at Pickett’s,
Mincemeat at Ball’s.
Ham! Good, sweet ham,at way down
prices, at Pickett’s. Sec him.
Good board, with Hire country fare, can
be had at Dr. J. It. Watkin s residence, Sun-
dale, onc-milc and a half from court house,at
moderate rates. Carriage rides free, erery
other day. Good hunting and sport ground.
Apply on tile premises or address
Dr. J. B. WATKINS.
nov2(idtf Thomasville, Gi.
JIJ8T ONE MORE.
At night beside the gate full oft,
When courtship has begun,
These words are whispered low and soft,
“Do, please, dear Fan, just one!”
Just one! Yes, yes, but people say
It happens o’er and o’er,
When one he gets he’ll beg and pray:
“Dear Fanny, just one more.”
But when they ttvaiu are made one
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 turn deserves an
other, and then the style and price
is beyond question.
This week a new Jot of straws and
felts iu all shapes will arrive. Get
your orders in early. The holidays
are near and the rush in sight now. 1
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.
are daily receiving
and our line ot
Call and get
Prices before buy
Cost Prices, and we
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