THE DAILY TIMES-ENTERPRISE.
ALBERT WINTER, City Editor,
SUNDAY, DECEMBER 8, 188E.
SIGNAL SERVICE BUREAU
R. Thomas Jr’s - 126 Broad Street.
O. S. Bondurant Vounteer Observer
We are still dis
playing the hand
somest stock of
FINED RE.S S
GOODS, with the
to Match, ever
shown across a
Goods Counter. No
cheap trash, but
Fresh D esir able
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,
Weather Bulletin for the 24 hours enilit'g
at 7 o'clock P. M., I)ce. 7, 188P.
7 a. in *•'
2 p. 70
7 p. 00
Maximum for 24 hours 71
Minimum “ 11 “ M
Indications: Cloudy, threat
Hain. ' en ‘ ,l 9 rain. Stationary
Met^Sdist Church: — Prayer
meeting at 9:30 a. m. Preaching at
11 a. m. and 7 p. m., by the presiding
elder, Rev. J. W. Hinton, D. D.
Sunday School, 3 p. m.
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.
in the lecture room—Pastor J. II.
Herbener—services at 11 a. m. and
and at night. Prayer meeting Wed
nesday night nt 7:30. Sunday school
9.30 a. m.
Episcopal Church:—Rev. C. I.
LaRoche, Rector. Services at Library
Sunday morning 11 o’clock; afternoon
5 o’clock; Friday afternoon 5 o’clock.
Catholic Church:—Mass on sec
ond Sunday at 8:00 o’clock a. m.
sermon at 11 a. m.
A fund is being raised for the fam
ily of the late Jefferson Davis. Thom-
asviftc will not be backward in con
tributing her quota to this worthy
Hurrah for Metcalfe.
This is a blessed dav of rest.
Well, the fence question has been
Superior court will rc-convene on
Have you seen Jtrger’s holiday
Mr. J. T. Chastain has finished
The Thomasville district went six
majority for fence.
Read Sam Wolff’s advertisement
and “be in time.”
Mr. L. D. Morgan, of Atlanta, was
iu the city yesterday.
Jo Fuss was selling Le Conte pears,
second crop, yesterday.
The new Gulf could not be made
ready tor opening to-day.
Miss Pauline liyan, of Pelham, is
visiting Miss Katie Collins.
Mr. John A. Floyd, of Columbus,
was at the Whiddon yesterday.
Detective Bill Jones, of Atlanta,
was at the Whiddon yesterday.
The front ot Curtright & Daniel’s
is being handsomely re-painted.
Both the morning and afternoon
Savannah traius were late yesterday.
Mr. Clarance Copeland has lett a
beautiful sample of new syrup at this
Air. J. S. McGarrah, soliciting
freight agent of the Central railroad,
is in town.
leaders of Styles and Low Prices.
The grand jury was discharged
Friday afternoou to meet agaiu
Mr. Willie Linn, who has been
taking a commercial course at Pough
keepsie, N. Y., has returned home.
Father Pendegrast will officiate at
Mass ia the Catholic church, this
1 morning, at 8 o’clock. He will preach
IOO & 111 BROAD ST ' at 11 o’clock.
I Mrs. Chas. and William Lardner,
j of Pittsburg, Pa., are among the lat
est arrivals nt tbo Stuart for the sea-
OUR CHRISTMAS STOCK
OF LADIES’ AND GENTS’
The Handsomest Ever Shown in Thortiasville.
esir CALL AND SEE THEM.
A NEW FEATURE!
Y> C ini* e HUUUU *4 IIILC line ui » im- vmivij
embracing all sizes, prices and styles of
Pocket Knives, Fine Scissors and Razors, all
warranted, and when not as represented will
be replaced without further cost. See them
Some People Need Mineral Waters
And we can supply all first class watcrs-fresli.
Being sole agents at this point for Arcadian
Waukcahaw and Bowden Lithia Waters. See
ond to none,
---AND WHOLESALE HEALERS IN
Mr. and Mrs. S. R. VattDuzer
arrived from New York yesterday.
Their friends here are glad to sec
Thompson's llromfne Arsenic,
Bine I.lck, Deep Rock,
NKI.TZKR AND VICHY.
We can offer Inducements on all, ill any quan
tity that Is worthy of investigation.
Remember the “old stylo Long Price” is a
thing of the past with ns.
any goods not in stock turuished at ipli ekest
Every attention shown visitors in all depart
.Stamps and Postal Cards sold.
Prescription department iu charge of a
regular Licensed and Registered Pharmacist
who uses only absolute pure Drugs and
Squlbbs, Merks and sueli other Chemicals.
JOHN R. HALL SHOT
By a Negro in Boston—Hall in a Critical
Boston, Ga., Dec. 7, ’89.
Special to the Times-Enterprise:
John It. Hull, a highly respected
young man of this plnce, was badly
shot this evening about 7:30 o’clock
by a negro, Lorcnza Payne, at the
latters house. Hall had been to
Thomasvillo and returned to Boston
on the 7 p. rn. train. As he was
a little intoxicated, he wandered to
Payne’s house and knocked for ad
mittance, first at the front door aud
afterwards nt the rear door, when
Payne comiug up begau abusing nnd
firing his pistol nt Hall. Hall was
not armed, and throwing up his hands
begged Payue to not shoot, assuring
him that nothing wrong was desired
or intended. Payne, however, shot
Hall twice, both shots taking effect on
Payne was nrrested aud jailed by
Marshal Wight and will he carried to
Thomasville to-night, as a precaution
against lynching. There is a good
deal of excitement, but no violence is
anticipated. The marshal and town
authorities having taken prompt mens
ures to prevent it.
Later.—Mr: Hall’s condition is
quite critical, but to what extent his
physician cannot now say. One ball
took effect in the back of the head
and the other in the face near the left
A Sad Death.
A sad death occurred at the Illi
nois House, ou Remington avenue,
yesterday. Mr. W. E. Bowden, who
came here from Springfield, Mo.,
three months ago, died early yester
day, after a short illness. Mr.
Bowden came here early in the fall
and bought a place on the Magnolia
road. He had just completed a hand
some residence within the past few
days, and, together with his family,
who joined him hero about a mouth
ago, would have moved out to their
new home at an early date. He
made numerous friends hero who will
be pained to learn of his death. lie
leaves a wife and two children. The
remains will he takch to Tennessee,
where his parents are buried.
Mr. Will Sparks, who has been
spending several days in the city,
left for Baiubridgc yesterday morn
Tne Thomasville Gun Works has a
novel sign, in the shape of an imita
tion mammoth gun, turned out by the
Thomasville Novelty Company.
The young folks had a delightful
party at the residence of Mr. 15. A.
Bass, on Dawson street, Friday night.
splendid table of refreshments was
served lot the young people. The
spacious grounds were turned into a
play-ground, filled with merry children,
who enjoyed themselves as only child
/ RED FRONT GROCERY. \
jl >> GET YGEH \\
jThanksgiving Turkey i Cranberries.!
Vi. L. & W. A. PRINGLE. /
and our line ot
Sheriff Hurst was telegraphed last
night to come to Boston for a prisoner
and went at once. It seems that
there was a shooting affray there.
The telegram elsewhere will ex
The Thomasville Variety Works
shipped twelve handsome counters to
Dr. E. A. Jelks, ai Quitman, yester
day. They were a part of an orderof
twenty-six counters aud other store
fixtures for Dr. Jelks’ three new stores
at that place.
Miss Julia Stark left last night for a
visit ot some weeks to friends in
The No-Fence Question Decided.
The following was the voto yester
day on the no fence question .
Thomasville district; For stock law,
30; against stock law, 30.
Boston—For sto:k law, 20; against
Metcalfe—Forstnck law, 21;against
Duncanville— Fur stock law, 10;
East Glasgow—For stock law, 00;
Aggregate—Against stock law 105
For stock law 81
Majority against stock law 24
The tto fence men will accept the
result for the present, but the spirit
of progress cannot be permanently
stayed. The spread of the no fence
movement will continue.
Dr. G. E. Camp and Mr. A. 1*.
Cani]>, of Coweta county, relatives of
Dr. Couch, nre visiting that gentle
man. They come to our city with n
view to locating, if they find lands to
suit them. They are prominent ag
riculturists of Coweta county, and
wc shall be pleased to know that they
find property that pleases them, and
make their future home itt our coun
Wash Scott, the well known paint
er and white washer, has recently
completed a fine job of Kalsomining
on the interior of the Library. Wash
is a good workman. Tbo directors
of the Library say Wash has done a
good job for the Library.
A second growth of LcConto pears
arc on the market.
Mr. A. A. Taylor, the painter, is
winding up a splendid job of painting
on the new Gulf. Mr. Taylor and
his corps of assistants have made a
fiuejob of the work. The work has
been well aud carefully performed.
But Mr. Taylor docs all his work in
that style. He is a good workman,
and never fails to give satisfaction.
Nothing is more important about the
finishing up of a house, than to liltvo
it well painted.
Capt. Mather Brett, Mrs. David
Davis aud Miss S. S. VauViiet, of
Fishkill, N. Y., arc among the recent
arrivals for the season. They nre
stopping at the Misses llarncs, on
The State vs. Cone case, occupied
the court nil day yesterday. The
state was ably represented by Attor
ney Alex Jones and lion. Dan Roun
tree, and the defense was ably con
ducted by Judge Alexander and Hon.
Robt. G. Mitchell. The speeches
were able and argumentative.
The case went to the jury at 5
o’clock. The jury, after listening at
tentively to an able and impartial
charge front Judge Ilansell, retired.
The general opinion was that they
would not remain out vety long; and
so it proved. At a few minutes before
six, the jury filed into the court room.
The foreman handed ilie Solicitor
General the verdict.
••We, the jury, find the prisoner not
guilty,’’ was the way it read. And
Alfred Cone was a free man. The
verdict was very generally anticipated.
Attention is called to the advertise
ment of Mrs. Minnie F. Davis, who
is prepared to accommodate northern
guests with comfortable board at rea
sonable rates. Parties will find this a
pleasant place to stop at. The house
is located in a pleasant neighborhood.
At the Piney Woods.
Yesterdays arrivals at the Piney
Woods were Mrs. E. Landrum, of
New Orleans ; Mrs. L. J. Mosby and
Miss S. Fish, of Avon, N. Y.; aud
Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Van Duzer, of
Christmas is Coming.
Wednesday or Thursday of next
week Reid & Culpepper will mukc
their grand annual display of holiday
goods. Their famous 5 and 10 cent
counters will he in full blast and the
youngsters will be made glad, and the
display of suitable gifts in honor of
the “gladdest time of all the year,”
will be better than ever before.
are daily receiving
jjjCall and get
Prices before buy
Miss Whitlock, of New York, ar
rived yesterday for the season, and is
stopping at Miss Uhler’s, corner War
ren nnd Seward streets.
Cost Prices, and we
Good humor prewailed around the
polls during the election yesterday.
The man aud brother was practically
solid for fence.
It is Mr^. C. M. McGchcc and
daughter, and not Mr. C. M. Me-
Gchce aud daughter, who are guests
at Wolcott Hall. Col. McGchee will
come down later.
Miss Meta DeSaussure, of Charles
ton, S. C., is visiting the family of
Rev. C. 1. LtiRoche, on McLune av
The Thomasville Literary Society
met at Mrs. Fannie Pittman’s Friday
night, and passed a pleasant evening
in reading, music, and other exer
Mr. E. Wilber ami wife, Mr.Henry
Wilbet’ and Miss Anna Scribner, of
Indiana, arrived yesterday for the
season, and arc at the Stuart.
Mr. Wnt. J. Dickey was in town
yesterday. He had with him a little
arm-chair which was made for him
when he was a little tot. The chair,
while being considerably worn, is in
a good state of preservation. It lias
been used by his children and grand-
children, and looks as if it would serve
two or three more generations.
Officers of court were busy yester
day, picking jurors to try ciiminal
casts. There was a good deal ot
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