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, hut
Goods such as the
people want, at
prices to suit the
Rolls Carpet in
Stock and in Tran
sit. Themost 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
ALBERT WINTER, City Editor.
TUESDAY, DECEMBER 16, 168i.
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R, Thomas Jr's - 126 Broad Sired.
O. S- Bondurant Vounteer Observer
Weather Bulletin Tor the 24 hours ending
at 7 o'clock P. M., Dec. 16, 1880.
7 P- ;
Maximum for 24 hours
Minimum “ “ “
j Indications: Continued fair
Fair > weather. Nearly stationary
A post office key No. 11 has been
left at this office.
Orange blossoms arc blooming for
Hon. Guyte McLendon went down
to Monticello yesterday.
Miss Annie Hicks, of Boston, is
visiting Mrs. Lee Brown.
file Jackson street railroad crossing
needs attention badly.
Mr. J. E. Oliver has returned
front a trip to Savannah.
Two negroes bad a fight on upper
Broad street Sunday night.
Dr. Geo. B. Glover, of Monticello,
was at the Stuart yesterday.
Wesley Williams, the well known
porter, is drummer for the Masury.
Keep your cows off the streets aud
thereby keep them cut of the pouud.
Mr. J7 H. Hart, of Now York, is
among the late arrivals of the new
Mr. and Mrs. Love Wilder return
ed yesterday front a few days visit to
Albany. ■ _
Thomasville is a popular place as a
Sunday stopping place for comnter
The bright weather ol Sunday
brought out congregations to all the
Dr. W. G. Patrick gives notice
that lie has received a splendid stock
The schedules are badly out of
order just now, and the kicker has his
hands or his heels full.
Mrs. Col. A. T. McIntyre, Sr., left
yesteiday at 12:40 for a visit to
friends in Boston and Valdosta.
Mr. R. B. Corbett, of Corbett &
Bro., Nashville, was in the city yes
terday calling on his patrons here.
Motis. Jules Durant,chef of the Piney
Woods, arrived Sunday lor the season.
This is his second season at the P. W.
A visitor here received a telegram
yesterday from home, saying that,a
blizzard v.as sweeping over the north
Mr. Davies, of the Piney Woods,has
just received a large edition of pam
phlets, descriptive of the hotel and
A pair of steel frame spectacles, in
a leather case, has been left at this
office, which the owner can have by
calling lor them.
What does our gttu club say to a
friendly Bhoot with the Monticello
aud Boston teams, at the new grounds
during the holidays ?
Mr. AV. A. Davis, the popular
stableman, has gone to Nashville after
a car load of mules. He says he will
astonish the natives.
Mrs. C. R. Gaskill, Miss Pearl
Lee aud Mr. Gorton Lee, of Chatta
nooga, Tcnn., arc guests of Mr. and
Mrs. C. L. Bowkcr, near the city.
Mr. Jas. F. Evans returned Sunday
from Americus, where he has been in
attendance, as a lay delegate to the
South Georgia Conference.
OUK CUFUB'TWliAS STOCK
OF LADIES’ AND GENTS’
IF IILT IE SLIPPERS
The Handsomest Ever Shown in Thomasville.
^nURTRIUHT M ife T>J INTEL, IQS Broad Sh_
Have you seen the display of
FANCY AND HOLIDAY GOODS?
Havo you inspertod those Now Gold l’ciis.
Pencils and Charms ?
llavo you priced all that now Perfumery and
Fine Soaps ?
The Mitchell House Pharmacy
154 Broad Street,
Have bjuelit everything way down and propose
to undersell everybody in the city, consequently
all goods way down below any competitor.
Remember. . n
Swan Down Face I’owiler per box -.■■■]*
Swan Down(witli bottle perfume) 15
UV J* 1.1. DEPAKTMKHTM.
Jlf-Hpoclal bargains offered for Santa Claus
We havn’t time to sat more now, but come on
and let us show you the nicest and lowest price
line of Holiday Hoods in tho city. teoincthnm
to suit everybody. Come before the stock is
picked over. Some sold every day.
Melt A E BROS.
AT THE MASURY.
The First German of tho Season.
The Hotel Masury was thrown
open to the young people of the town
for the ti’ st german of the season last
night. Mr. lv. Hamilton, the clever
proprietor, made all the arrangements
for the occasion, with the good taste
and hospitality that made the house
so popular with the public last season.
The spacious dining rooms were trans
formed into the glittering halls ot
Terpsichore and soft lights, the merry
couples whirled the happy hours away.
The following couples took part in
in the dancing:
Mr. and Mrs. Love AVilder, Mr.
B. II. AVright aud Miss Goodwyn
•Sapp, Mr. T. E Black.-hear, Jr., and
Miss Marion Davis, Mr. T. D. AVinn
and Miss Johnnie Sloan, Air. AY. L.
Willingham and Miss Annie Paine,
Mr. R. C. Dickinson and Miss Agnes
Macy, Mr. T. N. Hopkins and Mrs.J.
G. Hopkins, Dr. J. G. Hopkins and
Miss Mary Macy, Redden Smith, Jr.,
and Miss Ruth Dun woody, Marietta;
Dr. and Mrs. AVilson, Baltimore;
Mr. C. M. Smith and Miss Stella
Baker, Mr. AV. F. Edmondson and
Miss Annie Scott.
Among those present who did not
take part in the dancing, were Miss
Isaacs, New A’ork ; L. Q. C. Lamar,
Jr., New York; Mr. Jack Curtright.
Mr. Joe Gilbert and Dr. T. M. Mc
The music was furnished by Kes
sler’s hand, of Macon.
At a late hour the party broke,
pleased with themselves, with each
other, anil the kind spirit shown hv
Mr. Hamilton in giving,them so pleas
ant an evening.
At tho Opera House.
The Beil Ellis Combination, Royal
Marionettes and novelties, will open a
three night’s engagement at the opera
house, next Thursday night, the 19th
inst. In addition to the other attrac
tions, a gift envelope will be distribu
ted to each holder of a ticket. The
gifts include gold watches, sets of chi
na and furniture and other things.
Real Estate Sale.
Capt. C. P. Hansell has sold to Mr.
S. Steyerman the vacant lot on Jack-
son street, between the l’ittman prop
erty and the siore formerly occupied
by L. F. Thompson & Co. The price
paid shows that Thomasville property
is steadily moving forward.
Dr. G. C. E. Weber, of Cleveland,
Ohio, is at the Piney Woods, having
arrived last week. He was Surgeon
General of the Ohio troops during the
war, and occupies a prominent posi
tion in his profession. We are glad to
learn that he is much pleased with
RED FRONT GROCERY.
XMA.S GOODS. _
Mince Meats, Raisins, Nuts,
Currants Citron, Prunes
J, L. 41. A. PRINGLE.
The Thomasville Gun Club.
This club, composed of the crack
shots of the place, will have a compli
mentary shoot, complimentary to
their friends and the public, to-mor
row at their new grounds and club
house between AA r yclie and Broad
streets. The members havo just
erected a nent club house and put in
five regulation traps. Tho club in
vites the public out to morrow to ;ec
the shoot and their new grounds and
club house. The shoot is open to
everyboby. A small sum will he
charged for the pigeons; This will
go toward paying for the expense in
cident to the fixing up of the grounds
Lot every one ge out to morrow and
see how many pigeons they can hit.
Mr. Ben Scliurmicr and Mayor
Hopkins havo given their personal
attention to the erection of the club
house, preparation of the grounds,
arranging the traps, etc., and this
means that the work lies been done
We are glad to learn, as we do by
telegram, that there has been no
change made in this station by tho
Methodist Conference, whoso session
closed yesterday. Hr. Hinton conics
hack as presiding elder, and Mr. Mc
Donnell as pastor in charge.
A Herd of Deer.
Mr. J. AV. Reid, who lms been
negotiating for some time for a herd
often deer belonging to a gentleman
in A’nldosta, consumated the trade
yestesday morning and sent an expe
rienced hand up to bring them down.
Mr. Iveid bought them as agent for
Mr. J. Wyman Jones. They will
be added as one of the attractions of
“Glen Arven Park,”
At tho Baptist Church.
Rev. W. J. Williams, pastor of this
church, administered the ordinance of
baptism Sunday evening in the pres
cnee of a large congregation. A large
congregation was also out Sunday
iorenoon. Mr. Williams is proving
an admirable pastor.
The New Train.
The new train from AVaycross to
Thomasville arrived Sunday evening,
oil schedule time, 8:10. The New
York sleeper was not on the train, but
was expected to come through last
The ladies of the General Benevo
lent Association will meet at the libra
ry to-morrow, AVedncsday, afternoon,
at 4 o’clock. A general attendance is
desired, as the object of the meeting is
to take steps to relieve the wants of
the poor of the city during the coming
The regular monthly meeting of
tho Boaj-d of Directors of the Title
Guarantee Company, will be. held
to-night at Col. McIntyre’s office at
7:30 o’clock. Business of importance
will be transacted*
B. H. AVright, Secretary,
AVagers are freely tillered on the
streets that the present delightful
weather will abruptly cease before
the Christmas holidays begin.
In another short week Christmas
will be here, and then but one week
till the death of the old year and the
birth of the new.
THE MARIONETTES CLOSE.
After a Week of Pleasure and Presents,
They Take Their Departure.
Past night the Bcll-EIlis combina
tion closed the most succcssfull week’s
engagement ever hero, and establish
ed themselves such favorites ns to
leave a remembrance for their return
Every promise made by them has
more than been fulfilled in every way,
both as regards entertainment and
presents. The 8100 organ last night
was awarded to AVillic Lemons.
The matinee yesterday was without
a doubt the largest ever given here,
and over 1,400 children attended.
All voted the show a success. The
gold watch at the matinee was won
by little Miss Rachel Myers.
The thousands who have attended
the entertainments wish them success
on their way.—Mncou Telegraph,
Sunday 15th inst.
The Marionettes begin a three days
engagement at our Opera House uext
'Thursday night, and we are glad to
he able to introduce them to our
readers in such glowing language of
Mrs. Col. A. I\ AVright, Miss
Mamie AVright anil Miss Ida Holt,
charming young lady ol Macon who
is visiting them, went down to Monti-
cello yesterday morning.
A party of ladies and gentlemen
from the Stuart will enjoy a pic nic on
the river, to-day. Think of a pic nic
out in the still, green woods, with the
thermometer in the seventies, in
midwinter. The Times-Entekprise
will have a special reporter on hand.
Call at the store of Miss Laura
Jones and see the many beautiful
things which Santa Claus lias for the
children. Not-only will presents suit
able for the children he l-iund, but
elegant holiday souvenirs, appropriate
for the young and old, for ladies and
gent email, tor all. And everything
is being sold remarkably cheap;
sold at prices within the reach of ail.
No trouble, but rather a pleasure, to
show goods. Call on Miss Laura
Jones before completing your holiday
purchases. I( -
AN J WHAT AVK HATE TO SAY.
The last week before Christmas! We may
just as well call it Christmas Eve, for there
is nothing in a name: but the advice we off
er is to get your orders in early for the hol
iday’s headwear. Kveiy lady, miss ami
infant wants something new for Christmas,
and Lower Broad is the place to secure it.
We are prepared to meet all tastes and all
purses and can supply you in any style and
quantity desired. To all, kind friends, who
wish to remember the poor, Mrs. Jennie Car-
roll will make special low prices, and if eny
of the good ladies will furnish her with the
names of tour little girls who are not able
to buy new hats she will present one free to
each of them, if they will call at her store
Don’t be afraid to leave your orders with
us—you shall have them on time—tor, if nco
cssary, we will employ extra force to make
prompt deliveries this week. We expect to
he rushed—and want to be rushed—but at
our store there is always room and a wel
come for one more.
Yours, anxious to please,
Mrs. Jennie Carroll,
Lower Broad Milliner.
We have We are tho
what von largest buyers,
want. We t h e largest
have the sellers ancl the
prices. We largest dealers
have the in onr line in
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TO SEE US BEFORE BUYING
SUITS & SRI RTS.
WE 00 WHAT WE PROMISE.
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Clothier? and Furnishers,
106 Broad Street, - Thomasville, Gt.