We are still dis
playing the hand
somest stock of
GOODS, with the
to Match, ever
shown across a
Goods Counter. No
cheap trash, but
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 TIIYIES-ENTERPRISE.
ALBERT WINTER, City Editor.
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 188£.
Passenger for Savannah Lv... 6 35 p m
Passenger from Savannah Ar.», 7 00 a m
Fast mail for Savannah Ar.. .12 05 p m
«• “ “ Lv.. .12 35 p m
“from “ Ar... 131pm
“ from Savannah Lv... 200 p m
Passenger from Albany Ar... 5 20pm
Passenger for “ ^T... 8 30am
« from “ Ar 1120 am
*• for “ Lv 4 50 p m
Freight and Acorn. for Albany fcv.v. 5 45 pm
•< •• - from “ Ar... 7 20am
Freight and acoora. from Wayc..Ar... 450 pm
-r “ “ for Chatt. Lv... 6 00pm
« “ “ for Wayc....Lv... 8 00am
• *• “ from Chatt. Ar... 6 30am
THOMASVILLE AND MONTICELLO.
Freight accoro. for Monticello Lv.. .8 45 a m
....Ar.. .6 00 p m
....LV...2 06 p ra
SIGNAL SERVICE BUREAU
R, Thomas Jr’s' 126 Broad Street.
C. S. Bondurant Vounteer Observer
Weather Bulletin for the 24 hours ending
*tJ7 o’clock P. M, Nov. 29, 1889.
7 a. 34
2 p. ^8
7 p. 38
Maximum for 24 hours 49
Minimum 11 “ “ 31
! Continued, Jair weather,
. . | Heavy frost. Sec telegram.
Jacksonville, Nov. 29, ’89.
O. S. Bondurant, Thomasville,
Ga.: Continue frost signal. Tempe
rature fall very nearly to freezing to
A. New 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 & DANIEL,
108 BROAT) STREET.
SEE! INSPECT!! PRICE!!!
—NICE ASSORTMENT OP—
ALLIGATOR TOOTH JEWELRY
Mitchell House Pharmacy!
EMBRACING* DIFFERENT STYLES OF
Leaders of Styles and Low Prices.
109 & 111 BROAD ST
Christmas goods are peeping out.
Ice made its appearance yesterday
Mr. B. P. Walker is offering some
fine chickens tor sale.
That was a brilliant audience which
greeted Warde last night.
A large number of sugar boilings
were visited Thursday.
The bills are up for the Thompson
Thomasville will always turn out to
a first class entertainment.
Every one will he glad to see Hay
wood Mason in Thomasville again.
Mr. Jl. M. Henry and wife, of Mon-
ticeilo, were at the Stuart yesterday.
The “Guilty without Crime” com
pany went Irom here to Jacksonville-
Mr. M. Isaacs and son, Master
Walter, of Brunswick, are in the city.
Judge Hansel! returned yesterday
afternoon from Lowndes Superior
The chain gang commenced digging
the new sewer ditch on Oak street
An interesting letter from a Thom-
asville young lady, now in New York,
will appear to-morrow.
Dick Parkhill says he is the finest
looking representative of Florida in
the Jefterson delegation.
Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Gilbert, of
Syracuse, N. Y., were among the vis
itors who arrived yesterday.
Mr. Walter Hawkins, of the E. T ,
V. &. G. Ry., with headquartess at
Jacksonville, Fla., is in the city.
Mr. C. M. McGehee and family, of
New York, are expected to-day.
They have rooms at Wolcott Hall,
j That is a beautiful, touching and
appropriate tribute to the late Mrs.
James A, McKee, by “A Friend,”
The Mitchell Reel company used
! their new hose for the first time at ihe
fire Thursday night. It worked splen
The vender of a patent medicine,
and various other articles, was enter
taining quite a crowd on Watt’s cor
j Mr. A. H. Mason and family, of
Philadelphia, will arrive this afternoon.
They will occupy their handsome
| residence in East End for the season.
' Dr. Patrick and family have taken
j rooms at Mrs. Balls, on Crawford
street. The Doctor has secured his
old office over the Messrs. Steyer-
man’s, and will resume his practice.
Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Follette. of
Brooklyn, N. Y., who have been at
the Stuart for some time, will leave
to-day. They have made many friends
in this Southland who will hold them
in kindly remembrance in the years to
come, and who would be pleased to
welcome them to Thomasville again.
Single and Double Brooches,
Watch Charms and Fobs
ALL SO CHEAP AS TO
Startle the Natives.
Fineit Handkerchief Extracts, per oz....$ .35
Swan Down Face Powder, per box 15
Finest Sachett Powders, per oz 35
Hair brushes and nil other kinds marked
Prescription department in charge of a
regular Licensed and Registered Pharmacist
who uses only absolute pure Drugs and
Snuibbs, Merits and such other Chemicals.
A Small Blazo.
A small building on the premises of
the Moss Manufacturing company,
and about thirty-five feet from the
main building, was burned Thursday
night about 10:30 o’clock, together
with contents, consisting of about
two hundred completed and partly
completed toy wagons, and half-filled
barrel of machine oil, besides several
empty barrels. On account of the
oil, which spread rapidly, the building
was nearly burned down before a
stream was got on the blaze. In a
couple of minutes after the company
began playing, the fire was got under
control Mr. H. L. Hudson, who
has charge of the works, sayH that he
thinks the building was probably set
on fire accidentally by some of the cir
cus hangers-on who built up a fire to
warm by, as early in the night he had
ordered several men off the premises,
but thinks they must have returned
after he left. The building was owned
by Mr. S. L. Hayes and others. There
was no insurance.
The reserved seats for the Mayors
Matinee were well filled yesterday
rooming. The circus and Thanks
giving day were too much for them,
and consequently the police had a
large haul. Nearly all of the priso
ners plead guiity to the charges against
them, which caused their fines to be
made lighter than they would have
Henr etta Hall was the first case on
docket, but as she had skipped, a
bond ot fifty dollars was ordered taken
as soon as she can be found. A case 1
ot contempt of court was also added
Hester Anderson and Tcmpa Jef
fers, the women who had the fight
near Levy’s corner Thursday, were
fined $5 and cost, or ten days each
Druciila Carter, Emma Cotton and
Anna Lewis, were fined $5 and costs,
or ten days, for fighting.
Emma Mitchell, an old offender,
was fined $25, or twenty days on the
Phillip Miller plead guilty to being
disorderly, and was fined $3 and
There were several other cases on
docket which were continued.
Bee notice of lost keys and bring
them to this office.
Cicero Young, Rufe Eaves and
Mitch Jones bagged sixty-six birds on
Thanksgiving day. This, so far as
we have heard, is the best record made.
John West says, however, that the
eight ducks which he killed are equal
to 25 birds, not counting the coon
which he and Bob Evans caught.
are daily receiving
and our line ot
Guilty Without Crime.
This beautiful melodrama was suc
cessfully rendered by tho Davidson-
Austen troupe on Thursday night, to
a fair house. But for the fact that
Warde had the bulge on the public,
appearing last night, the house would
have been much larger. Miss Austen
is beyond criticism. She played the
part of the loving, true and fhithful
wife to perfection. The scene in the
jail was very realistic. Mr. Davidson,
as Tom Dawson—a most difficult role
—won fresh laurels.
Mr. Herzell, as Isaac, Pluuskey.was
exceptionally good. He fairly divid
ed the honors with the stars. It would
be difficult to improve upon his rendi
tion of the part played. The whole
support was very good. Miss Austen
and her company left ii most favora
ble impression on the audience.
Superior court meets on Monday.
Jurors, witnesses and litigants should
be on hand.
Quite a delegation of young men
from Boston attended the performance
at the opera house on Thursday
Any one having found a white silk
Bhawl, during fair day last week, will
oblige the owner and receive a reward
by returning it to this office.
A delegation of thirty-five, from
Monticello, came up to hear Warde
last night. Monticello appreciates a
first class entertainment.
Senator Bailey, Sheriff Simpson
and “Dick” Parkhill, together with a
large delegation of ladies and gentle
men, from Monticello, were at the
Stuart last night.
The Thompson opera company,with
thirty-five talented artists, will appear
in the latest comic opera, Said Pasha,
next Wednesday night. This will
provo a rare treat to lovers of fine
At the residence of the bride’s pa
rents, on last Tuesday morning, at 7
o’clock, Miss Sarah Allison, daughter
of Gov. A. K. Allison, and Mr. Ross
G. Harris, son of the late Judge Isaac
R. Harris, were married, Rev. Mr.
Bridges, ot the Methodist church offi
We had the pleasure of mcoting
Mr. Charley Griffin, of Thomasville,
Ga, who visited our city last Tuesday.
Charley is a Bainbridge boy, one of
the best locomotive engineers on the
Savannah, Florida & Western rail
road, and “gets there Eli” every time
you call on him.—Bainbridge Demo
Mr. and Mrs. N. S. Beebe, so well
known to the guests of the Piney
Woods Hotei, arrived yesterday. Mr.
Beebe has catered, most successfully
and satisfactorily, for years, to the epi
curean tastes of the thousands who
have made the Piney Woods Hotel
their winter home in the past, filling
the responsible position of steward
during these years. Mr. Beebe is not
less popular with our home folks than
with the guests of the hotel.
I have for sale a few pure bred Brown
nov.lO.'Jfeod B. I*. Walker.
Bunch of Keys.
A bunch of keys, one long key, and Bevc-
r.il small keys, and post-office key, lost on
tile streets. A liberal reward will be paid
tor their return to this office.
Mr. G. S. Collier and family, of
Kinderhook, N. Y., arrived yesterday.
They will occupy their handsome resi
dence on Hansell street for the winter.
Their many friends here welcome
Dr. T. S. Hopkins, in compliance
with a call from the Governor, left this
morning for Milledgcville to attend an
important meeting of the trustees of
the State Lunatic Asylum. He will
be absent only a few days.
The city tax books for paying taxes
and registration, will be closed Mon
day atternoon at 4 o'clock. All who
have not done so, had better come up
and pay and register at once.
Furnished house in suburbs, fix rooms
well furnished, good water, will rent rea. ; c
able to 0 good party. Apply to
Mas. Belle Linn,
Ham! Good, sweet ham,at way down
prices, at Pickett’s. See him.
JtIHT ONE MORE.
At night beside the gate full oft,
When courtship has begun,
Those words aro whispered low and soft,
“Do, please, dear Fan, just one l”
Just one! Yes, yes, but people say
It happens o’er and o’er,
When one ho gets he’ll beg and pray:
“Dear Fanny, just one more.”
But when they twain are made one
the rule will reverse. She will beg
for one, and one more of those elegant
hat3 on Lower Broad. Of course he
too will as gracefully yield, for he re-
members one good turn deserves an
other, and then the Btyle 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 tho 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.
Call and get
Prices before buy
Cost Prices, and we
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