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 St ock 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
Leaders of Styles and Low Prices.
101) & 111 mtOAI) ST
THE DAILY TIMES-ENTERPRISE.
ALBERT WINTER, City Editoh.
FRIDAY, DECEMBER 13, 1H8'.
Passenger for Savannah Lv... 6 35 p r
Passenger from Savannah Ar... 7 00 a i
Fast mail for Savannah Ar.. .12 05 p i
«* “ Lv...12 35 p r
* “from “ Ar... 1 31 p r
“ •* from Savannah Lv... 200 p i
Passenger from Albany Ar... 5 20 p i
Passenger for “ Lv... 8 30ar
“ from “ Ar 11 20 a r
“ for ** Lv 4 50 p i
Freight and Acorn, for Albany Lv... 5 45 p r
from “ Ar... 7 20 a r
Freight and accoin. from Wayc..Ar..: 4 50 p r
i. •• for Chatt. Lr... 6 00 p r
•• *• •* for Wayc....Lv... 8 00 a r
»• from Chatt. Ar... 6 30ar
THOMASVILLE ANI) MONTICELLO. •
Freight accoro. for Monticello Lv...8 45 a i
•• “ from “ .... Ar.. .6 00 p i
Fast mail for “ ....Lv.. .2 06 p r
.. .. from “ ....Ar..l210p i
SIGNAL SERVICE BUREAU
K. Thomas Jr’s* 126 Broad Street.
O. S. Bondurant Vounteer Observer
Weather Bulletin fdt* the 24 hours ending
at 7 o’clock P. M., Dec. 12, 1889.
2 p. m .' T4
7 p. m 00
Maximum for 24 hours 71
Minimum “ “ “ 45
Indicationn: Fair weather.
Fair > Nearly stationary tempera-
r air, i
Cnpt. Shuck Whittnkcr went down
;o Monticello yesterday.
Mr. It. C. Westmoreland, of At
lanta, was in the city yesterday.
The lovely japonicas which grow so
profusely here, arc in full bloom.
Mr. Mitch Jones went over to
Bainbridge yesterday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Love Wilder, left
yesterday morning for a visit to Al
I)r. J. D. Andrews, was called to
Wilcox county yesterday, to attend a
A splendid tennis court is being
laid out in the Mitchell House
Thomasville must put on her best
appearance now that she, has so many
Mr It. W. Olading has returned
from a tour in Florida in the inter
est of the Mouon Route.
Rev. James M. Rushin, of Boston,
ivns in the city yesterday shaking
lands with friends.
Judge Hansel! thinks that ' the
jusiness of the court will probably be
got through with to-day.
Golden sunshine and soft south
winds. These arc the attractions that
rhomasville offers her guests.
Mr. James'F. Evans left yesterday
ir Americus to attend to the Metho
ist Conference now iu session there.
Miss Fannie Evans will be at Reid commit a larceny.
, Culpepper’s to assist Santa Clause
Assistant Superintendent A. A. ,
veilhe, of the S. F. & W. Ry., 1 '
issed through the city yesterday on
ute to Albany.
rivals for the season
iests of "Oak Hill.”
OUR CHRISTMAS STOCK
-or J. YDIFS' AND GENTS’
jy IInT IU SLIPPERS
The Handsomest Ever Shown in Thomasville.
SSiTOALL ANB SEE THEM.
ni-TUTRIO HT & T)/ NTEh, IPS .Broad ht.
Have you seen the display of
FANCY AND HOLIDAY GOODS?
Havo you Inspected those New Hold Tens,
Pencils and Charms ?
Have you prior,1 all tliat now Perfumery anil
Fine Soaps ?
The Mitchell House Pharmacy
154 Broad Street,
vorything way down and propose
Wily uunu !*«■
•eryfiodv in the city, consequently
f down below any competitor
Have 1) night
to undersell e
all goods way
Remember. . n
Swan Down Face Powder per box m
Swan I)own(with bottle perfume) 15
IIV a ILL DEPABTMENTN.
r#“Spoeinl bargains oiTered for Santa Claus
We havn’t time to snj more now, but come on
and let us show you the nicest and lowest price
lino of Holiday (loo tlio city. Something
to onit everybody. Come before the stork is
nicked over. Some sold every day.
Melt A E RliOS.
In Court Circles.
Judge Ilanscll has been trying hard
to clear the docket of Thomas county
superior court of all cases, and he has
succeeded in having a great number
disposed of. Heretofore our county
has been noted for litigation, and now
that most of the old cases are off the
docket, we hope we will fall back to
our habit of one week’s court at each
We give below the cases tried and
disposed of yesterday:
The case of J.jj^. Glenn vs. The
Phoenix Insurance Co., was resumed
day before yesterday morning. Capt.
C. P. Ilansell and A. T. McIntyre,
Jr., consumed the entire morning,
up to 11 o’clock, when Judge
Hansel! adjourned until 2 o’clock
on account of the memorial ser
vices at the opera house The
jurv, after being out a short while,
brought in a verdict for SI,290, and
interest from date.
On Wednesday afternoon Judge
Ilansell again took up the criminal
docket and the following cases were
The state vs Wiley Miller, assault
with intent to murder; acquitted.
The state vs Mose Sheffield, burgla
The state vs George Brown, burgla
ry; verdict of guilty of attempt to
RED FRONT GROCERY,
Mince Meats, Raisins, Nuts,
Currant*, Citron, Primes
3SE WORKS. ^
J. L. & I. A. PRINGLE.
The above were all colored, except
dispense his favors till the holiday M iley Miller.
Several divorce cases were tried,
good many of them being white
Mr. B. F. Hawkins made his maid
en speech in the superior court, in the
defense of Mr. Wiley Miller, and it
Mr. L. D. Loughi and wife, of does credit to the young gentleman
mtreal, Can., are among the latest to say that he won his -iase.
— The funeral of Mr. John W. Briley,
Mr. John Lester, formerly of this young fireman who was killed in
nee, but now of Macon, came down the rcccn( : ra ;i roa ,i accident, took
sterday to spend some time with p] ace yesterday morning from the
ends and relutives. residence of his, mother, Mrs. A. E.
Mr. W. II. Gunn had four expert Briley, on Oak street. ’1 he services
irkmen to commence putting in which were held at the grave were
pews in the Presbyterian church conducted by Rev. W. J. \\ illinms.
The interment took place in Lnural
., , T ,, J— .- . Hill cemetery. A large number of
Col- J. C. Wyman and wife, of .. , , , ,,
., „ ; . , . , friends of the young man and the
ovidence, It. I., arrived yesterday J
family were present,
will occupy the Coyle residence, J 1 _
Jackson street, for the season.
Mr. W. II. Barr left yesterday
Bowling Green, Ky., to bring on '
itlier lot of horses. Ilia family
1 return with him to spend the
Cambridge Manor” is proving very
iiilar with our winter guests. It
Id uot be otherwise with such a
ular host and hostess as Mr. and
’he ladies are always foremost in
otion to the dead, and southern
nen have been and always will be
: to the memories of their section,
ras a matter of remark, Wednes-
, that Miss Laura Jones showed
msite taste in draping her store,
onor of the solemn services of the
Cairo, Ga., on the nth inst., Rev.
M Rushin officiating, Miss Bessie
Ramsey and Mr. Frank Pittman.
At Whigham, Ga., on the 12th inst,
Miss Annie Martin and Mr. Albert R.
Butler; Rev. J. M. Rushin officiating.
The Times-EnterI’RISe extends con
gratulations to both couples.
The oldest iuhabitaut, and this re
nowned personage remembers many
things that did happen and many that
never happened, never saw such
charming December weather as we
are now blessed with. The days are
dreams of brightness and sunshine,
and when night has dropped her
sable mantle over the world, pale
Luna comes on the scene to drive
nwnv the darkness.
The New Train.
The new trains to connect at Way-
cross with the fast trains from New
York to Jacksonville, will be put on
next Sunday, 15th inst. The sched
ules are as follows:
Leave Waycioss 1:30 p. m.
Arrive Tliomiisville H:l0p. m.
LcavoThomasville 5:20 a. ni.
Arrive Wayeross....*. 9:00 a. m.
The sleeper from New York to
Thomasville will arrive on the new
train at 8:10 p. m. Returning it w ill
he carried by No. 8 to Wayeross,
leaving Thomasville at 12:10 p. m.
The new schedules arc very con
venient for travelers coming from
New York to Thomasville, the sleeper
leaves New York at 8:45 n. in., which
makes only one night out. Returning
to New York the schedule is put as
onvenieut and pleasant.
Rail Road Racket.
It ia currently reported that the
Georgia Southern & Florida railroad
will build a line from Tifton to
Thomasville. It is even said that a
surveying corps is engaged iu locating
the permanent line. Thomasville
will gladly welcome the Georgia
At the Masury
Mr. George Fearn, Jr., will hold
the position of bookkeeper and naah-
ier at the Masury hotel for the coming
season. The management of the
Masury was fortunate in securing the
services of so popular and efficient a
gentleman as Mr. Fearn.
The New Gulf Opans.
Although all the furniture has not
yet arrived, enough rooms were open
for the new Gulf to open to the pub
lic last night. The popularity sus
tained by the old Gulf will no doubt
be transferred to the new.
A Times-Enterprise reporter saw
a visitor ou the streets yesterday clad
in an alpaca coat and carrying a green
cotton umbrella. A whole volume
could not speak as much for the
charm of a winter in the sunny south.
Miss Addie McClellan, Jackson
street, has something to sty t'lis
morning concerning her holiday
goods. She has useful presents for
little folks as well as those of larger
The Royal Marionettes are booked
for a three nights engagement at the
opera house, beginning Thursday
night, 19th, inst. The ncxtattractiou
Frank Jones and Si Perkins, will
appear Christmas night.
The cigarette smokers are in a “wale
of war,” as Sam Wilier would say.
The law against selling the “little
weeds” to minors is being enforced,
and the grand jury is after ollcuders
with a pertinacity that means no
more sales to minors.
Fat mer's Alliance.
The next meeting of the County
Alliance will convene at Big Creek
Lodge, the first Thursday in January
next. Secretaries ot the Farmer’s A1
liances are, by virtue of their offices,
made members of the County Al
liance. We hope to meet the secre
taries of each lodge in the county on
that day, that they may receive the
secret work of the Farmers and La
borers' Union. All Alliancemen are
invited, and a large attendance is ex
pected. A. W. Ivey,
President County Alliance.
Dec. 11,1889. tjam
ih i.k in:runs take notice.
I fillvo a CMC or gooil young Texas .Mules
cmoule. Will u.Tivu next Thursday, Dec.
mill. (I. wet l-hrnken Texas Horses
always mi hand. Call and see 1110 at \V.
A. Diivis’s slahles. -Inc. It. Mahons.
FURNISHED ROOMS TO LET.
Four nice, sunny rooms, in best locality
la the city. Don’t want any very sick
people, or children Table board
next door. Apply at ItEm and Culpkp-
peii's Drugstore. 12Dcctf
An engine run by steam, on 11 track with
sharp curves, with never an accident. Conic
REID A CULPEPPER.
riANOS AND ORGANS
W. S. Jirown, the Jeweler, lias se
cured the agency for all tlie tlrst-elnss
Pianos and Organs, which I10 is selling
lit U10 lowest prices for cash or on long
time. Those desiring to purchase will
do well to learn tils prices and terms.
Our 5 unit 111 cent counters were never no
full. Yon will lie surprised to sec what you
can liny for these small sums. We have
enough to go round, hut the first buyers will
fare lici t. Come early,
dee12tf REID & CULPEPPER.
.SEED TIME AND HARVEST.
If you would reap a good harvest you
must have good seed. I have the best seed
oats iu the countv, tor sale cheap.
ilecll 2t II - Broad Street.
The little folks will be 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 tee it.
dee 12 if REID A CULPEPPER.
Apropos of the building of the
proposed line of the Georgia Southern
from Tifton to Thomasville, it is not
amisi to say that the building of one
railroad leads to the construction of
others, so that the advent of one new
road will be the signal for the appear
ance of others.
Husband—Well, 1 wouldn't wait any
longer. This is I lie third day since they
promised you your hat. and because of their
failure to finish it, we were kept home from
church yesterday. 1
Wife—Yes, I am awfully put out about it.
and I'm going right down to Mrs. Carroll’s
on Bower 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, wc will be
unable to till that engagement with Mrs.
. Next morning she was happy as a lark.
Bran new bonnet; husband delighted;
splcnded visit to Mrs. M’s. and a future
friend to lower Broad.
These are four cardinal points in which
Mrs. Carroll always excels.
We want your hats to he 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 am anxious for a share of your trade.
Mrs. Jennie Carroll,
Lower Broad Milliner.
The steam engine, run by actual steam,
will bo 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 wortli ?f toys they will secure a
ticket that will give a chance to secure the
12dcctf REID & CULPEPPER.
We are the
t h e largest
sellers and the
in our line in
Tit A DIG.
11 is mir m
TO SEE US BEFORE BUYING
SUITS & SHIRTS.
WE 00 WHAT WE PROMISE.
forget our lovely
In fuct everything 111 the Gent’s Fur
Clothier? and Furnishers,
Broad Street, * Tbomasvtlle, Ga.