ATO0STI AT COST!
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
sold more clothing
than in any other
we have more left
than we want to
carey 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
THE D/tlLY TIMES-ENTERPRISE
ALBERT WINTER, City Editok.
THURSDAY, DECEMBER 19. 188!.
Passenger for Savannah Lv... 0 35 p i
Passenger from Savannah Ar... 7 00a i
Fast mail for Savannah Ar...12 05 p i
o o •« «. Lv.. .12 35 p l
‘ “ from “ Ar... 131P>
“ “ from Savannah Lv... 200 p i
Passenger from Albany Ar... 5 20p i
Passenger for “ •••
“ for “ 4 P 1 * *
Freight ami Acorn, for Albany Lv... 5 45 p l
“ - from “ Ar... 7 20 a i
Freight ami aeeom. from Wayc.. Ar... 4 50 p i
for Chatt. Lv... 6 00 p
.. o “ for Wave....Lv... 8 00 a l
o *. «• from Chatt. Ar... G30ai
THOMASVILLE AND MONTICELLO.
Freight accoro. for Monticello Lv.. .8 45 a 1
•< o from “ . ...Ar...6 00 p l
Fast mail for “ ...206p 1
“ “ from “ .... Ar. .12 10 p 1
SIGNAL SERVICE BUREAU
R. Thomas Jr's - 126 Broad Street.
C. S. Bondurant Vounteor Observer
Weather'Bulletin for the 24 hours ending
at 7 o'clock P. M., Dec. 18, 1889.
7 p. m.,
Maximum for 24 hours C8
.Minimum 4 S. * * * * lo, I
Indication#: Fair vjcallier.
Xcarli/ xtationanj tempera-
Dr. Patrick advertises a sure cure
Mr. Leo B. Marks, of Frauklyn,
Pa., is at the Stuart.
Mr. Ed McRea, of Lowndes county,
was iu the city yesterday.
Miss Honorine Mitchell has return
ed from a pleasant visit to Montgom
A large number of hands for the
S. A. & M. Ity., passed through the
Mr. A. W. Eldridgc, of the Ala
bama Midland Railway, was in the
Mr. John T. Denham, of Mouticel
lo, was among the Floridians in the
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Kautcr, of
Detroit, Mich., are the latest arrivals
at the Stuart for the season.
Mr. and Mrs. Lnmbert Foster, of
New York, arc among the latest arri
vals. They are at the Whiddon.
The hanging of carpets about the
Mitchell House, is a suggestive fore
runner of the openiDg of that, hotel-
The friends of Miss Kate Ball ure
pleased to have her at home for the hol
idays. She has returned from a visit
to Quincy, Fla.
Mr. H. B. Ainsworih has returned
from a trip to the west. He bought
two loads el fine stock, which will be
here iu a few days, f
The following party from Quincy,
Fla., were guests of the Gulf yester
day: Mr, F. Scott and wife, aud
Misses Julia and L. Moate.
Mr. J. A. Mills, who has been in
the city for a few days making or
rangements for the appearance of the
Bcll-Ellis company, left yesterday
afternoon for Pensacola, Fla.
Mr. John Hardaway, an old Thom-
asville boy, but now a prominent aud
successful business man of Chattanoo-
, is at home among his old friends.
A brace of colored amazous raised
ripple of excitement on lower Broad
street by using a deal of bad language
at each other aud pulling hair, to a
limited extent yesterday morning.
i Jack Wright, who runs the lathe
department at the Variety Works,
; has so far recovered from the bruises
'he sustained by getting his arm
! caught iu a belt last week, as to he
' able to resume work this morning.
leaders of Styles and Low Prices.
Boston will have a theatrical enter
tainment on the evening of the 20th.
An invitation to attend lias been re
ceived, and wo hope to be on hand
' when the curtain rises, likewise when
it drops on the last scene.
OUR CHRISTMAS STOCK
OF LADIES’ AND GENTS'
The Handsomest Ever Show'll in Thomasville.
fSTOALL AND SEE THEM.
CURTRIGHT & T>J ISTIEL, 108 Broad St
Is pleased with
The Holiday Goods
The Mitchell House Pharmacy
The nicest line of Christmas Cards ever
displayed in the city and at less prices, due
to the fact that they were bought direct from
the manufacturers. Some to suitcveiybody’"
taste and ideas, Come and sec 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 i"
Chnmoisc Coses, Fountain Pens, etc.
Nice assortment of Fine Perfumery, Face
We lead the entire section in assortment
styles, prices and quality.
109 & 111 BROAD ST
To night the Bell-Ellis combination
begins an engagement of three nights
with a Saturday matineo* at our
, Opera House. The combination is
very highly spoken of by the press of
A Free Exhibition.
j A free stcreopticon exhibition will
1 be given by the Bell-Ellis combina-
: tion to-night at 7 o’clock, in front of
■ the opera house. Go early and take
it all in.
Tiic most unique lot of Toilet Cases, .Man
icure Rets, OUT anil Collar Boxes, genuine
in fho fitvnnil nrir.es
leure Sets, Lull ana t.onar i>oxe», genuine
Japanese Bronzes, etc., in the city and prices
Something of usefulness to everybody.
No trashy stuff.
At the Gun Club Grounds.
The first shoot by the membern of
the Thomasville gun club on their
new grounds came oft yesterday after
noon. Quite a number of the mem
bers, and a goodly number of the
friends of the club, were present to
witness the contest between theknights
of the trigger and the nimble clay
pigeons, as they sped from the new
It will be noticed by the scores,
which are given i-n full, that several
of the shooters were not up to their
usual form; but the situation is a
splendid one, the light coming to the
back of the shooters, and the Thomas-
u club will make a fine showing
before the season closes.
FIRST SIIOOT—10 SINGLES.
Hopkins, Sr 0
Hopkins, Jr 3
SECOND SHOOT—10 SINGLES.
Hopkins, Sr 6
Hopkins, Jr ft
THIRD SHOOT—5 SINGLES, 3 PAIRS.
Hopkins, Sr 7
Hopkius, Jr 8
FOURTH SIIOOT—8 SINGLES—2 TAIR.
FIFTH SHOOT—5 PAIRS.
SIXTH SIIOOT—10 SINGLES.
Hopkins, Sr 5
Hopkins, Jr ^
After the last shoot the reporter
and a prominent druggist of the city,
shot a three hall match. The repor
ter lost. While not an expert at
bagging items, he is, perhaps, better
at that than shooting pigeons from a
trap in the dim twilight.
The shoots of the gun club will be
a popular amusement during the
winter. A big shoot will be given
the afternoon of Christmas day.
The hoard of Stewards of the Meth
odist church will meet to-night at the
pastor’s study for tho purpose of look
ing after the interests of the church.
Full of Cars.
The railroad yard was crowded to
its utmost capacity, yesterday morning,
with freight and passenger trains. Be
sides an unusual number of cars, three
freight trains, averaging over twenty-
five cars each, entered the yard from
Chattahoochee, Albany and Waycross
almost at the same moment, together
with the morning passenger from Sa
vannah. It is reported that another
side track will be built, and it seems to
be badly needed. The Albany Ex
press was detained almost an hour
yesterday unable to get out.
Holiday golds the newest and prettiest,at
Miss Addie McClellan’s. ,. ' 1:» 2t
It is a Beauty.
This is what a Times-Enterpiiise
reporter said yesterday as lie looked
at one of the widows at H. Wolff &
Bros., alter it had passed under the
skillful management of Mr. A. S. Sil-
verberg. You will say tho same
after you have seen it, and it is worth
a trip down town to do so.
Mr. John Stark, 121 Broad street,
wants a boy aged about 18, to work
in his store.
At Home Again.
Rev. G. G. N. McDonell returned
home last night. It is a matter of
profouud gratification to the members
of his congregation that he has been
returned for another year, and tins
feeling is shared by every one in the
city. Mr. McDonell has made an
admirable pastor, and in a'l relations
in which lie has liceu brought into
contact with our people, ho has made
The return of Rev. Dr. J. W.
Hinton ns Presiding Elder of the
Thomasville District, will be hailed
with pleasure by the pastors nod con
gregations in the district. Dr. Hin
ton is not only a pulpit orator of
splendid attainments, hut lie makes
an excellent presiding officer, and
his splendid administrative ability
was demonstrated by the fine show
ing the district made at the confer
ence just adjourned.
Pringle is giving away a sewing ma
chine with a can of Sewing Machine link
ing Powder. Call and secure one Before
they are all gone.
lOdtf Run Fiioxt Grocbky.
Remember tile guesses on the beans are
no longer after January I; Then sonic one
A barrel of Flour,
A box of Tobacco,
A Ilnui, or
A box of Cigars,
I9d4t Red Fiioxt Grocery.
I will guarantee to arrest any cold and
complcteiy relieve it, or money refunuea.
Medicine pleasant and agreeable to take; any
can take it. Only $1.00.
W. G. PATRICK, M. I).
Office over Steyerman's, Broad St.; Resi
dence Mrs. Ball’s, corner of Washington ami
Crawford streets. 19dtf
A boy, aged about 18, to work in store.
Joux Stake’s Coxfectioxeuv,
I9d2t 121 Broad Street.
Come in and see our Xmas goods. \Ve
can suit you, whether you want a cheap or
an elaborate present.
12dcctf RRID A CULPEPPER.
Our !> and 10 cent counters were ncvci
full. You will be surprised to see what you
can buy for these small sums. \Yc have
enough to go round, but the first buyers will
fare licit. Come early.
decl’Jtf REID A CULPEPPER.
I liftve.received ft full line of Homoeopath
ic preparations, and am prepared to supply
them to the public.
W. G. PATRICK, M. D.,
17dec Office over Steyerman’s*
IIOU3K FOR RKNT.
A seven-room, well furnished house, on
corner of Crawford and Fletcher streets, lor
Rent. Apply on premises, or lo Dr. T. S.
PROF. K. D. BALDWIN
Announces that he will he glad to repair and
keep in tunc, Pianos anti athcr musical in
struments ai.d give instruction in music in
its various branches. Orders left at Geo.
Fearn’s real estate office, or through the post
office, given prompt attention. 7oct tt
Good board, with nice country fare, can
he had at Dr. J. B. Watkin’s residence, Sun-
dale, one-mile and a half from court house,at
moderate rates. Carriage rides free, every
other day. Good hunting ami sport ground;
Apply on the premises or address
Dr J. B. WATKINS,
nov2Cdtf Thomasville, Ga.
PIANOS AND ORGANS
W. S. Brown, the Jeweler, has se
cured the agency for all the lirst-class
Pianos and Organs, which ho is soiling
at tho lowest prices for cash or on long
time. Those desiring to purchase will
do well to learn his prices and terms.
Wc have some choice perfumery that will
make your sweetheart even sweeter. Do
not forget this.
12deetf HKII) k CULPEPPER.
Sec what Reese k Eason have for Christ
mas, before you buy. suntucsthurlt
Furnished house iu suburbs, six rooms
well furnished, good water, will rent reaion-
ably to a good party. Apply to
Mrs. Brllk Linn,
The last week before Christmas! We may
just as well call it Christinas Kvc, 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. Every lady, miss anu
infant wants something new for Christmas,
and Lower Broad is the place to secure it.
We arc 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 four little girls who arc 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 lime—for, if nec
essary, we will employ extra force to make
prompt deliveries this week. We expect to
he rushed—and want to he rushed—hut at
mr store there is always room and a wel-
otnc for one more.
Wc arc the
sellers and the
in our line in
TO SEE US BEFORE BUYING
SUITS & SHIRTS.
WE DO WHAT WE PROMISE.
forget our lovely
Yours, anxiou3 to please,
In fact everything in tho Gent’s Fur
Mrs. Jennie Carroll,
Lower Broad Milliner.
DAVIS BOARDING HOUSE,
TIIO.Yl ANY1I.I.K, iSA.
This house, which is situated iu Flctchcr-
ville, oue of the healthiest and most desira
ble localities in Thomasville, is under the
management of Mrs. Minnie F. Davis, who
has had considerable experience in this line,
and would solicit a liberal share of patron
age. i he can furnish northern guests with
plcasao^roorns. For terms apply to propri-