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
Goods such as the
people want, at
prices to suit the
T wo Hundred
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 Palromge Solicited,
Leaders of Style; and Low Prices.
109 & 111 BROAD ST
THE DAILY TIMES-ENTERPRISE.
ALBERT WINTER, City Editou.
THURSDAY, DECEMBER 12, 188£.
Passenger for Savannah Lv... C 35 p l
Passenger from Savannah Ar... TOOai
Fast mail for Savannah Ar... 12 05 p i
I/T...12 35 p r
.Ar... 1 31 p i
.Lv... 200 p i
. Ar... 5 20 p
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Passenger from Albany ..
Freight and Acorn, for Albany Lv... 5 45p
.. .. from “ Ar... 7 20a
Freight and aecora. from Wayc..Ar... 4 50 p
.r .. .. for Chatt. Lv... 6 00 p
o «. o for Wave....Lv... 8 00a
»• ». *• from Chatt. Ar... 0 30 a
THOMASVILLE AND MONTICELLO.
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•• o from “ ....Ar...6 00 p
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SIGNAL SERVICE BUREAU
R. Thomas Jr’s - 12f> Broad Street.
O. S. Bondurant Vountoor Observer
Weather Bulletin for the 24 houn ending
At 7 o’clock P. M., Dec. 11, IH89.
2 p. 77
7 p. m it
Maximum for 24 hours 77
Minimum “ “ “
Indications: Cloudy weather.
Remember the display of holiday
goods at Reid & Culpepper's to-day.
All the flags on the hotels aud
other buildings were at half mast yes
Mr. and Mrs. C. Gale, of North-
boro, Mass., arrived Tuesday for the
Mr. Wm. I’. Hardee, general
freight agent of the S. F. & W. Ry.,
was in the city yesterday
Charlie Stuart wears a smiling face,
which would indicate thnthis popular
hotel is having a fine custom.
Mrs. O. A. Trezevant, of New Or
leans, who lias been visiting her fath
er, Dr. T. S. Hopkins, returned home
Mr. Geo. Ewart and wife, Mr.
Samuel Ewart aud the Misses Ewart,
of Pittsburg, Pa., arc among the latest
arrivals for the season.
Hon. Iiobt. Bearden and wile, of
Moultrie, were in the city yesterday.
Mr. Bearden is at home in Tbomas-
The annual election of officers of
the Thomasville Building and Loan
Association comes oft to-night at the
office of Judge II. W. Hopkins.
Mrs. Fields, mother of Mr. George
Fields, of the Gulf house, accompa
nied by her daughter, Miss Ellen, of
Abingdon, Va., arrived yesterday to
spend some time.
Mr. J. Monroe Lee, accompanied
by his wife aud little son, have re
turned from Bcllville, near Rome,
where Mrs. Lee has been lot some
Mrs. Hattie A, Sawyer, the talent
ed novelist, who 1ms been visiting the
family of Mr. E. O. Thompson for
several days, lias returned to her
home in St. Louis, Mo.
Rev. W. J. Snively, of Louisville,
Ky., was in the city yesterday. Mr.
Snively will fill the Methodist pulpit
on Sunday morning and night, the
Pastor being absent in attendance on
the annual conference now in session
Now that our streets arc becoming
crowded with visitors, many of them
invalids, it would be as well for ped
estrians and drivers of vehicles to be
careful when turning corners. Fast
riding or driving may endanger the
lives or limbs ot those who do not
care to lose either.
Thomasville Chapter No. 44.
Members of Thomasville Chapter
No. 44, R. A. M., are requested to
attend regular meeting to-night.
By order II. P.
M. A. Fi.eetwooi>,
A Pleasant Incident.
Mr. H. K. Stearns, of New York,
who is spending the season here, the
guest of the Stuart, started the sub
scription to the fund for Mrs. and Miss
Winnie Davis, yesterday, by giving
ten dollars. Mr. Stearns was on the
other side during the war, but he is
enough of a patriot to know no sec
tional feelings, now that the war is
over. Such gifts will heal the scars—
the wounds have long since disappear
ed—left by the great conflict.
OF LADIES’ AND GENTS’ _
The Handsomest Ever Shown in Thomasville.
BsTCALL AND SEE THEM. , c ,.
OTT T fTTUGJTU & PA XU . I ., I PS Broad St.
Have you seen the display of
FANCY AND HOLIDAY GOODS?
Havo you Inspected those New Gold Pens,
Pencils and Charms ?
Have you prico.l all that now Ferfumcry and
Fine Soaps ?
The Mitchell House Pharmacy
154 Broad Street,
Have li malit everything way down and propose
to undersell everybody in the city, consequently
all goods way down below any competitor.
Remember. , , _
Swan Down Face Powder per box 0
Swan I)own(with bottle perfume) 10
STACK l«U I'lKTI!
IIV A 1.1. DEPARTMENTS.
Special bargains offered for Santa Claus
We liavn’t time to say more now. but come on
and let us show you the nicest and lowest price
line of Holiday Hoods in the city. Ho '"“P ln ,b
to suit everybody. Come before the stock is
picked over. Some sold every day.
Wrecked on tho Rails.
The fast express freight train runn
ing between Gainesville, Fla., and
Savannah, aud roadway train No. 22,
had a disastrous collision at the 101
mile post live miles from A aycross,
yesterday morning at 12:55 o’clock.
On account of the dense fog and
smoke arising from the woods being
on fire, the engineers of the two trains
could not see the head lights of each
other more than a dozen yards
apart. Engineer George Crittenden,
who was running the engine on the
roadway train, says that lie did not
discover the approaching train until
it was only a few yards off. He dhi
not have time to jump, hut rather fell
oil, and the trains were so close to
gether, that they had met before he
had stopped turning over and over
after his fall. He was painfully
though not seriously hurt. John W.
Briley, of this place, who was fireman
on the roadway train, was instantly
killed, the body being badly mangled.
It is thought that lie was killed
before he had any idea of tho ap
proaching accident. T wo negro
train hands are also reported to have
been killed. Both trains were badly
wrecked. Y'oung Briley, who had
only been in the employ of tho road
for about three months, leaves a
widowed mother, Mrs. A. E. Briley,
who resides here. He would have
been seventeen years old the 10th of
next, month, and has always borne
the reputation of being a good, indus
trious hoy. The body was brought
here ou No. 7 yesterday afternoon.
The “No Fenco” Vote.
The Timeh-Enterpkise gives be
low the official figures of the election
held last Saturday. While the “no
fence” advocates accept the result,
they will, by discussing the question,
so educate the public that the result
of the next contest will he different:
For Stock Law 10
AStock Law ■ Il ‘
For Stock Law I' 1
Against Stock Law ***
For Stock Law - 1
Against Stock Law
For Stock Law
Against Stock Law
Majority against Stock Law Li
The above is the result of the elec
tion held at the four precincts named
ou Saturday, December 7th, 1881).
Jos. *S. Merrill,
Ordinary Thomas Co. Ga.
A fair audience greeted the Morti
mer Comedy Company in the above
ronriug farce at the opera house
Tuesday night. “Larking” is intend
ed to make the audience laugh, and it
docs so a3 effectually as any play to
day ou the boards. There is no pro
found plot in Larking, it is only a
succession of ridiculous situations that
provoke mirth. The Mortimer Com
edy is above the average of comedy
RED FRONT GROCERY,
Mince Meats, Raisins, Nuts,
Currants, Citron, Prunes
^ FIRE WORSEN.
i. L. & W. A. PRINGLE.
The Masury will he opened forguests
next Saturday. All of the floors have
been overhauled, and everything is as
spick and spair as the most fastidious
The Masury made an enviable rep
utation last season, which is hound to
he sustained during the coming one.
Ho! For the Holidays.
Reid & Culpepper have much to say
about their Christmas goods this morn
ing. Their annual grand opening
aud display will begin to-day and
.close only with the holidays.
They have many novelties, one an
engine run by sure enough steam,that
will attract the little fellows.
A Distinguished Party.
A private car of the Cleveland,
Akron A Columbus Ity., arrived yes
terday with the following party: Mr.
and Mrs. John L. Wood, Miss Mary
Nurnhurg and Dr. G. E. C. Weber,
Cleveland, O. They are the guests
of the 1’iuey Woods.
Tho Davis Fund.
Tlioniasville always does her duty.
The fact was never hotter attested
than on yesterday, when 8180 was
given to tho fund being raised for
Mrs. and Miss. Davis. And more
will he added. Col. Mitchell tele
graphed the result to the Constitution
last night. You can still give.
As a window decorator, whether on
invitation to trade, or on such a sol
emn occasion as the memorial services
of yesterday, Johnnie Jones has su
perb taste. Mr. F. N. Lohnstein’s
windows were sadly suggestive yester
day. They contained portraits of the
dead confederate leaders, grouped in
black. On each side of a draped
picture of the dead President, were
muskets stacked and draped, and
resting beside the picture was a sheath
ed sword, draped in heavy etape—all
suggestive ot the great services of the
illustrious dead to his country.
In plush goods and novelties in fancy s
tionery wc can please the most # fa*tidio
Always ready to show our goods.
Udectf UK ID k CULPEPPER
few pure b
I have for sate i
See the steam engine. It is a (frouderfi
toy. Buy a dollar's worth of toys and yo
will have a chance to owibit.
12dcctf REID k CUUPEPPER.
The goods on our 5 and 10 cent counters
will go with a rush, Secure the best selec
tions and avoid the rush later.
12dectf REID k CULPEPPER.
From about January fifteenth to April, Ur
three ladies, two connecting, sunny rooms.
Plain, substantial fare. Terms must be
moderate* Address S. M. 81 Rosinc Avenue,
Yonkers, X, Y.
Do not forget that we are headquarters
lor Santa Claus, and that we have a sure,
enough steam engine. Let the little fellows
come and see it. By buying a dollars wo&tli
of toys one of them may become its owner
12dectf REID k CULPEPPER.
BOARD IN TIIK COUNTRY.
A few persons desiring the quietude ot the
country and the aroma of the pines, can be
accommodated at Jersey Farm.. Gentlemen,
not sick enough to require special attention,
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ed house in
Come and see tho engine, run by sure
enough steam, round a circular track. It is.
novel and unique. Huy a dollar a worth of
toys ami you get a ticket that will give .you
a chance to own this wonderful machine.
12dectf REID k CULPEPJJER.
ably to a good party. Apply to
Mrs. Belle Linn,
md sec it.
, on a track with
ii accident. Come
REID k CUfcPEPPER.
PIANOS AND ORGANS
W. S. Brown, tho Jeweler, has se
cured the agency for all the first-class
Pianos and Organs, which he is selling
at the lowest prices for cosh or on long
tiipc. Those desiring to purchase will
do well to learn his prices and terms.
Our :> and 10 cent counters were never so
nil. You will he surprised to see what you
an buy for these small sums. We have
nough to go round, but the first buyers will
are hc:t. Come early,
dec 12tf REID k CULPEPPER.
SEEDTIME AND HARVEST*
If you would reap a good harvest you
must have good seed. 1 have the best seed
outs in the comity, lor sale cheap.
dccl l 2t 4 112 Broad Street.
The little folks will he delighted with our
steam engine. If they buy a dollar's worth
of toys they will have a chance to own it*
Let them come and tec it.
dec 12 tf REID A CULPEPPER.
Husband—Well, I wouldn’t wait any
longer. This is the third day since they
promised you your hut, and because of their
failure to finish it, we were kept home from
Wife—Yes, I am awfully put out about it.
and I’m going right down to Mrs. Carroll’s
on Lower Broad and order one there.. She
never fails to have her work ready‘when
Husband—Well, I hope you will, for if
you don’t get it by to-morrow, we will be
unable to fill that engagement with Mrs.
Next morning she was happy as a lark.
Bran new bonnet; husband delighted;
splendid visit to Mrs. Ms. and a future
friend to lower Broad.
These are four cardinal points in which
Mrs. Carroll always excels.
We want your lmts to be satisfactory in
every respect, and if they are not we are
willing at all times to make any adjustment,
Place your orders with us, and you shall
always be pleased.
I aui anxious for a share of your trade.
Mrs. Jennie Carroll,
Lower Broad Milliner.
The steam engine, run by actual steam,
will be on exhibition in the front ot our
store to-day and until the holidays. Let
the little folks come and see it. If they buy'
a dollars worth of toys they will secure
ticket that will give a chance to secure the
l idectf REID k CULPEPPER.
are daily receiving
and our line ot
Call and get
Prices before buy
Cost Prices, and we
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