AT COST! AT COSTI
hut once a year,
and we are going
to give the poor
and rich alike a
chance to get more
for your money
than you ever
Although we have
than in any other
we have more left
than we want to
carry over; hence,
this great reduc
tion in prices.
This holds good
until January 1st.
“BE IN TIME.”
Come early and
secure the best se
Remember, for 15;
days only. <
THE DAILY TIMES-ENTERPRISE.
ALBERT WINTER, City Editoh.
WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 17, U18C.
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SIGNAL SERVICE BUREAU
R, Thomas Jr’s - 12l> IlioaJ Street.
O. S. Bondurant Vountoer Observer
Weather Bulletin for the 24 hours ending
at 7 o'clock P. M, Dec. 17, 1889.
Maximum for 24 hours ? ’’
Minimum “ “ “ 50
Indication*: Generally cion-
di/ threatening weather.
, Nearly stationary tempera-
An awning has been put in front of
Miss Mamie Monroe, of Roanoke,
Va , is at the Gulf.
Kessler’s band went down to Mon
ticello for a few days yesterday.
The Guards held their usual monthly
meeting at their armory,Monday night.
Judge Hanscll went down to Quit-
man, yesterday, to lwar some cases in
Miss Julia Stark returned yesterday
morning from a pleasant visit to rela
tives in Florida.
Mr. E. E. Monroe and wile, of
Blakely, were among the strangers in
the ciiy yesterday.
Mr. H. Kaufman, who travels lor
Mayer & Ullmer, of Brunswick, was at
the Whiddon yesterday.
The livery uniform of the new
Gulf, blue, trimmed with white, is
An Italian, with his usual accompa-
nyment ot a hand organ and monkey,
picked up the loose pennies about the
Mrs. Dr. Wilmot, now a resident
of Lumpkin, Ga., passed through the
city yesterday, en route to visit friends
in Cairo, her old home.
Mr. R. W. Glading went down to
Savannah yesterday. From there he
will go to Florida, reluming here the
last of the week.
We understand that the pretty and
growing little town of Ochlockonee
will have a Christmas tree on the
evening of the 24th inst.
Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Jennings, ot
Michigan, are among the recent arri
vals for the winter. They are located
X Mrs. C. H. Nicholson’s, in East End.
The arrivals at the new Gull, Satur
day and Sunday, were heavy. In one
bound the new Gulf has regained its
old-time favor with “the men on the
Leaders of Styles and Low Prices, j
109 & HI BROAD ST
A number ol gentlemen, guests of
Mr. R. Hamilton, the genial host of the
Hotel Masury, sat down to a splendid
dinner, in the bright dinir.g room of
that hotel, on Sunday.
Hon. J. I,. Hand, of Pelham, one of
the foremost business men ot south
Georgia, and who was one of the most
useful members of the last legislature,
was in the city, yesterJay.
The members of the St. Thomas
Lodge, F. A. M. are making prepa
ration for the public installation of
officers and the festival in honor of
St. Johns Day, on the 27th inst.
Miss Leila Smith, of IJlackshear,
who has been visiting friends in this
city for several weeks, left for home
yesterday. Miss Leila made many
friends during her visit, who would be
glad to see her again.
Messrs. Reese & Eason have a su
perb line of fine crockery, china, vases
and glass ware, suitable for holiday
presents. They have provided, also,
an array of automatic attractions in
the windows, that draw crowds of ad
OTT3BL CHRISTMAS STOCK
OF LADIES' AND GENTS'
FIUB s l i :p if is :r, s
BY FAR- —
Tlie Handsomest TEvei Shown in Thomasville.
(ST1ALL AND SEE THEM.
niTIlTRTGHT & Ih* NT.EL, 1Q«S Broad SI.
Is pleased with
The Holiday Goods
Tlie Mitchell House Pharmacy
The nicest line of Christmas Cants ever
displayed in the city and nt lc.'S prices, - due
to the' 'net that they wc"e Bought direct from
the innntifnctnrors. home to suit eveiyhody s
,lisle and Mens, Conic and see them.
Something nice in Alligator Tooth Jewel
ry and wav down cheap.
Special drive this week in Gold Pens.
Pearl Desk-holders, Oxidized Silver Sets in
Chamoisc Cases, Fountain Pens, etc.
Nice assortment of Fine Perfumery, Face
Wc lead tlie entire section in assortment,
styles, prices and quality.
Tlie most unique lot of Toilet Cases, Man
icure Sets, CuiT and Collar Boxes, genuine
Japanese Bronzes, etc., in the city and prices
Something of usefulness to everybody.
No trashy stuff.
“A Winter Picnic.”
Think of it, you, who linger amid
the ice and snow of the north and
A p:cuio in mid winter, with bright
blue skits, soft breezes and beauty and
chivalry deporting in the open air
One of tlie gentlemen present has
kindly furnished ns with a report of
the very enjoyable “winter picnic,
gotten"up yesterday by the guests of
the Stuart House. The party, num
bering sixteen left the Stuart at 10 a.
in., and after a pleasant drive ol four
miles readied tlie banks of the wind
ing Ochlockonee, where, under the
shadow of majestic pines and surroun-
ed by Magnolias and live oaks, prep
arations were made for dinner. Mine
host Stuart had made ample prepara
tions for this important event, and
when tlie gay parly eat down to the
splendid spread, with appetites whet
ted by the open air, it would be hard
to conceive a happier or better con
tented lot of ladies and gentlemen.
After dinner was over the time was
spent in wandeiing on the banks of
the river, in conversation, in guy sal
lies ot wit followed by joyous peals of
laughter. The party returned to the
city at 5 o’clock well pleased with
the day and satisfied that not. even flic
blue skies of Italy', nor tlie Riviera
could furnish such a perfect day and
a dilicious climate as the “Sunny
South,” and all within 86 hours ot
New York or Chicago.
The following ladies and gentlemen
composed the party :
Mrs. Jennings, Misses Herring,
Griffin, Deisher, Lillie, Jessie, and
Ella Stuart. Gentlemen : Messrs.
Ivlooz, Gage, Wilber, Docrhoefer, A.
Stuart, Gibson, Livingston and
Scarcely a month will elapse before
the people of Thomnsville will he call
ed on to elect a mayor and board of
aldermen for another year The ab
sence of a scramble in past years for
these offices has been a strong element
in the growth and prosperity of our
fair citv. It is to be hoped the same
rule will prevail the coming election.
While we have had a good city gov
ernment, it is not amiss for public
attention to be directed to this matter,
to the end that tho interests of the
town and tax payers should he care
The Sleeper Arrives
The new train from Waycross to
Thomasville arrived Monday night,
bringing with it the New York sleeper,
Hon. Willis Watkins, who once
represented Colquitt county in the
Legislature, aud Mr. T. B. l’yles,
have removed to Cairo. Thomas
county gains two good citizen'', while
Colquitt loses them.
At the Masury.
Recent arrivals at the Masury, arc
as follows i Miss Isaacs, Miss S.
Isaacs, New York; Mr. I.. Q - C. La
mar. Jr., Miss and Mrs. L. J. Hollins
head, Mrs A. B. Burr, Philadelphia.
Rev. T. E. Tiller,-ot Kentucky, and
for several years pastor of the Baptist
church at Thomasville, has accepted
an invitation to take charge of the
Quitman Baptist church for the next
two months.—Quitman Press.
XM AS GOODS.
Mince Meats, Raisins, Nuts,
Currants, Citron, Prunes
J, L. & W. A. PRINGLE.
Will Close Next Friday.
Collector Heetli gives notice that
he will positively close the tax and
registration books Friday evening,
20th inst, at 4 o’clock. If you do not
pay your taxes and register, you can
not vote in the elections to he held
next year. Attend to the ini'Iter or
you will regret it.
B. A. Bass has received liis goods,
and while he has announced no spe
cial day for opening, lie says he is
opening every ones eyes who come in
and take n look at his mammoth
stock. He can supply most anything
tlie customer wants, and makes a
specialty of good groceries, domestics,
dry goods, etc. Call at his store and
you will receive a hearty welcome.
Ilis immense stock oi Christmas goods
must be sold, ami you cun muki*
money by calling.
The Hotel Masury.
The cut of this hotel appears this
morning. Though having the pres
tige of but one seasons’ business, the
Masury Inis gained a tine reputation,
and Mr. R. Hamilton will use every
effort to please and satisfy guests
during the season that has just open
First on Deck.
The schedule recently put in'.o effect
on the Central, from Macon to Alba
ny, and from Albany to Thomasville,
places the Macon Telegraph in our
city at n -.25, a. m., ahead of the lead
ing dailies in the state. This will give
the “old reliable” Telegraph a boom
in this section.
The Latonia Ice Company.
The Latonia Ice Company ap
pears before our readers in a taking
card, this morning. The product of
this company is made from deep well
water, chemically pure. The wagons
ol this company will make delivery
anywhere in the city. Send in your
Mr. George Fearn has rented the
Chase cottage, Fearnside, to Dr.
Humphreys,of New York, the celebrated
manufacturer of Homoeopathic speci
fics. Dr. Humphreys will occupy the
cottage early in January.
Mr. W. E. Putman has purchased
from Capt. J. L. Finn and Messrs.
Hammond and MacIntyre, a whole
block on upper Broad street. There
are already quite a number of small
houses on the property, and Mr.
Pittman has let the contract for the
building ot fifteen more, and put of the
lumber is oil the ground. No man in
Thomasville has more faith in its fu
ture than Mr. Pittman, and r.o mail
has shown beltep judgment in the pur
chasing and improvement of city
Among the Indies who graced ths
german at tho Masury, night before
last, with their presence, were Mrs.
Wilhoite, of Tennessee, 'and Miss
Ellen Fields, of Abingdon, Va, a
charming representative of Virginia
society who is spending the winter
here. Miss Fields is the guest ot the
Getting Ready for Holiday Trade.
The entire corps of clerks at Steyer-
man & Bros, was busy, Monday morn
ing, in arranging goods suitable for the
holiday trade, in an artistic display in
the windows, and in the show cases of
the capacious store. The Messrs.
Stcycrman have the goods and prices
to attract trade, and the clerks to han
dle it, after it comes.
Every one, and especially the ladies,
should go out this afternoon and sec
the shooting on the icw grounds of
the Thomasville Gun Club. Every
one cun take a hand in shooting.
Mr. L. Q. C. Lamar, dr., son of
Justice Lamar of the I'nited States
Supremo court, is in the city, the
guest of tlie Masury.
Mr. Joseph Jer^er has something to
say, this morning, concerning his
Christmas goods. He gives the names
ot many things he has in stock, but to
name ail would require a small volume.
The best plan is to go and see tor
yourself, and you will certainly be
pleased with both goods and prices.
Popular Frank J. Kiilinan. repre
senting Eckmnn & Vetsburb, of Sa
vannah, was in the city yesterday on
his return from a short recreation,
hunting and fishing around Apalachi
The new train arriving at 8:10 p.
in. Sunday, brought 25 pieces of bag
gage for Thomnsville. The passen
gers, to whom tlie baggage belongs,
arrived yesterday morning and yester
Be sure to call on Miss Addic
McClellan before completing your
purchases of holiday goods. She has
a splendid assortment, and will sell
them at prices which will compare
with the cheapest.
Mr. John F. Flynn and wife, and
Mrs. Sarah Combs, of Winchester,
Ky., nrc among the latest arrivals.
They arc old acquaintances of Thom
asville, having spent last season here.
AN ) WHAT WK HAVE
Tin 1 last week before Christmas! We may
just os well call it-Christmas Kve, lor there
is nothin# in name; but the advice we off
er is to pet your orders in early lor the hol
iday's headwear. Kveiy lady, miss ami
infant wauls somethinp new lor Christimy,
and Lower Brrnd is the place to secure it.
We arc prepared to meet all tastes ami all
purses and can supply you in any style and
•inantity desired To all, kind friends, who
I wish to remember the poor, Mrs. Jennie Car-
roll will make special low prices, and if i ny
ot the pood ladies will furnish her with the
I names of four little pirls who are not aide
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—for, if nec
essary, we will employ extra force to make
prompt deliveries this week. We expect to
be rushed—and want to be rushed—but at
our store there is always room and a wel
come for one more.
Mrs. Jennie Carroll,
Lower Broad Milliner.
t it e
TO SEE US BEFORE BUYING
SUITS & SHIRTS.
WE DO WHAT WE PROMISE,
forget our lovely
In fact everything in the Gent’s Fur
Clothier? and Furnishers,
106 Broad Street, • TbomasTille, Gi