1 dipt Iff!
IS WHAT WE WANT
WE MUST HAVE!
Our buyer, Mr. C.
Wolff, is now in New
York, where lie will
spend about 6 weeks
looking- up tjie new
est and most desirable
goods on the market
for our fall and win
No Fains, Time or
will be spared to ob
tain the very latest
Dress Goods Novelties.
This department, as every
one knows, is our “hobby,”
and we confidently promise to
show the ladies of Thomasvillc
the most elegant fabrics ever
placed on sale in this city.
No department of our busi
ness shall be neglected, but
each one tilled with everything
Bo wc advise yhu to wait and
sec our stock before making
any purchase whatever of fall
and win or goods. The ex
treme novelties arc just com
ing into the Eastern markets,
and our buyer will
You are invite.l to come an<l buy
what you want in .Summer Materials
At Your Own Price.
As we are determined not to pack up
auy summer stock at all, provided
LOW PRICES j
will move what we have left.
You will positively save money •
laying of us nil the dry ^oods you j
heed during tiic remainder of “the .
heated term. 1 ’ Favor us with a call. I
H. Wolff & Bro.,
Leaders of Styles and Low Prices, j
109 Sc 111 BROAD ST
CURTRIGKETT & DANIEL
Are now receiving a large and elegant assortment of the celebrated
Zeigler and Reed’s fine Ladies Shoes.
J. S. Turner’s, Stacy Adams’ and Bannister’s Men Shoes.
Boys’ and Misses’ School Shoes a Specialty.
Sign of tlie Bier Boot.
“Ono of tho Poor.”
Mr. Editor:—I am a poor man,
THE DAILY TIMES-ENTERPRISE.
FRIDAY, AUGUST ii
SIGNAL SERVICE BUREAU
II. Thomas Jr's-126 Broad Street.
C- S. Bondurant Vounteor Observer
Weather bulletin for the 24 hours ending
at 7 o’clock P. M August 29, 1889.
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Miss Mnfa Williams has returned
fiorn a visit to friends in Cairo.
Alderman Whiddon was so much
improved ns to be up yesterday.
Real estate will move in and around
Thomasville the coining season—if the
town secures a park. -
Mr. IT. Wolff and family moved
into their handsome new residence in
Sheriff Ilurst, Sandy Prcvntt, and
others, went out to Elwcll Lake on a
seining party, yesterday.
Mr. F. W. Godwin, of Albany, a
clerk in the Mayo House of that city,
is iu the city for a few days...
The many friends of Mr. Hugh J,
McIntyre, arc pleased to sec him at
home again. He has been rusticating
iu the mountains of North Carolina.
Mr. Thomas E. lllackshcar will leave
this morning on his trip through the
west, with a delegation of Georgia
The humblest citizen of the town is
interested. What helps one, helps all.
A syndicate of gentlemen are ready
to take the park at a big advance over
what it is offered the town lor, if the
offer is rejected.
Park means progress; no park means
No improvements will he made on
the park, until the tax payers cf the
town arc ready to have them made.
The pine trees arc our magnets.
Let them be destroyed and Thomas
ville loses one ot her principal attrac
tions. Let each voter calculate what
amount of taxes he would have to pay
if the bonds are issued. Eor instance,
a man who pays on $500 would have
to pay thirty-one and a quarter cents
Towns, like individuals,should never
allow a good trade to lapse.
Parties who haven’t registered, and
arc not legal voters, have no right to
complain at not beingallowed to vote.
They would have the same right to
complain about not being allowed to
vote for mayor and aldermen.
Northern investments, brought here
by the park and other attractions, pay
$1,178 per year of the city’s taxes.
This would more than pay
the entire amount, annually, to cover
the interest and sinking fund necessary
to redeem the bonds. And it is un
questionably true that every one ol
these investors are in favor of the park.
They have invested and builded homes
here because of the park.
All the literature sent out, booming
Thomasvillc as a winter resort, portray
Paradise park in glowing colors. Shall
it he wiped out ?
have no horse, and have to walk. I
go out to the park grounds occasion
ally and I find plenty of company
there—but not of the rich people—as
they seem to like driving around the
town and country. It is a very pleas
ant place for the poor people and the
children, crowds ol them going there
offen, and I do want it kept for us
who cannot afford carriages, and so I
think do many who arc in my fix.
One ok tiie Poor.
A Corn Freak.
Mr. Joshua Carroll brings us some
thing of a curiosity in the shape of
corn. It is five distinct and separate
ears growing together from the base
of one ear, the centre stem—about 9
inches long—is a perfect ear, and is
surrounded by five other smaller ones,
averaging 5 to 0 inches in length, and
fully grained, except where they join
or are contact with the middle ear. If
Mr. Carroll could produce this species
as a crop and introduce it into general
use he would be a great benefactor to
Miss Mary Iiarncs, assisted by her
sister, Miss Laura Barites, will open
her kindergarten and primary school
on September 10th. This school has
attained deserved popularity with our
people, aud all who have patronized
it arc well pleased. The Misses Barnes
have been North and West the. past
throe months, where they have attend
ed the. very best schools of advanced
instruction in their line, and come
back prepared to impart their acquire
ments to their pupils. See the nn-
To the Friends of Education.
Mv Kindergarten mid Primary school will
open on Monday, Sept. 10, 1889. With the
assistance of Miss Laura iiarncs, who will
devote morc.of her time to the work, I wish
to make my school FIRST CLASS in every
To furnish the material I will need, which
will include that used in Automatic-Drawing,
Clay Modeling and coloring, also slate and
lead pencils, I fiml it necessary to make my
tuition $0.00 lor the term. *
Yours very respectfully,
30-ot MARY F. BAR.VMS.
III! .September Till, mil and lull, the K. F.
.Is W. Iiy. will si'll ruuii'l trip ta ken to lJal-
tiinore, .Mil., for rcl7.H0, limited to .Sept. 20tlr
F. M. Van DYKE,
I’, k T. A.
W. M. luvinsox, (i. F. A..
J. S. MONTGOMERY,-
Real Estate Agent,
Office over Ikiil i Culpepper's Urn? Store, Broa<l SI,
I am now prepared to buy or sell, lor other
parties, all kinds of town or country real
estate, and have oil my list a good assort
ment of both kinds. Strict and close atten
tion to the business will be my aim, and I
respectfully solicit a share of the business of
the community. aiigUHtf
Lower - Broad - Millinery.
Just received, another lot of Hair
Pin cases, 1 poekels, 1 doz. pins, as
sorted, o cents. Sold out first lot in
Needle cases, folding, 5 papers and
15 assorted, 10 cents. Come quick;
they will go with a rush.
.Sewing machine oil, 1 ounce size, 5
cents. Tilts goes too.
NOW FOR SOMETHING ELSE.
Hon. Beu Russell, of Bninbridgc,
passed through the city yesterday en
route to Atlanta. He will accompa
ny the farmers on their trip out West.
A party of gentlemen, piscatorially
inclined, including two lawyers and a
leading druggist, went out to the
county line bridge on the Ochiocko-
nee, yesterday, to try their luck fish
ing. To-day they will entertain their
friends by narrating how many big
fish they—didn’t catch.
Caroline Davis, Jim Davis and
Florence Count, were tried in the
County Court yesterday morning, fur
stealing a ring from a lady residing in
East End. Caroline Davis plead
guilty to larceny trum the house, and
was fined P13. The others were dis
Mr. Islmm Daniel, of the firm of
Curtright, Daniel & Co., dealers iu
shoes, hats and umbrellas, returned
front New York, Philadelphia and
Boston, where lie has purchased a
splendid stock of goods. He bought
an immense stock, the most complete
ever brought to Thonmsvjlle, and hit;
bought it right —that Is, they are
going to sell lots of goods and he con*
tent with small profits. The Thomas
ville member of the firm says he is
receiving them every day, aud assures
the people they ape ( ‘Cu(r)tright" for
Mr. Ilorroeks, who purchased the
property front Hon. 8. G. McLendon
on Wedhcsbay at noon, had hands at
work yesterday pi-pyuiug clearing
away, preparatory to building his resi
dence. He has his plans ready, and
was hiring brick masons yesterday,
and other workmen, to go at once to
work. He will soqii he under bis
•'own vino and tig tree" in Thomas
county. By the way, lie wants la
borers and mechanics, and if there arc
any idle ones about they cat) get work.
Mr. Horrocks is a builder and con
tractor himself, aud from indications,
is a “hustler.” Wc e.j'c glad jo have
his sort settle among iis,
Let There be Light-
llroatl street was ablajc again la«i
night with the electric lights. In addi
tion to the two arc lights, the drug
stores of Messrs. Reid & Culpepper,
and Hicks A* Peacock, and the Pearl
Saloon, were brilliantly lighted. Crowds
were out admiring the lights.
It is said that every question has
two sides, hut really, it seems there is
but one side to the park question.
In all new cities that have sprung up
like magic, being built to order, ample
provision is made for parks.
If wc owe anything to posterity, wc
owe it a city park. Posterity will ex
pect it, and willing and amply able to
pay their part of it. In fact, posterity
would he willing to pay all the debt,
so fortunate woulii they be in the
The idea is to secure the park now,
when it is possible. It can lie im
proved in the years to conic. There
is no loss in buying it. There is am
ple time to improve it in.
The park bonds arc redeemable at
any time after ten years, and the
sinking fund need not he idle m the
city’s treasury for 30 years, as “Broad
Street” seems to fear. The sinking
fund can be safely invested in bonds
which will pay a good interest,
The eyes of all the friends of Thom-
asville are now turned upon her, to
see how her people will vote on the
park question. Many will not care to
cast theii destiny in a city of so cramp
ed and slovenly ideas as to declare
against all the beauty, health and utili
ty of public parks.
No city that has a park of auy kind
would part with it for any amount of
money. Many cities would gladly pay
millions of dollars now to get that
which a lew years ago a few thousands
would hjyp t>pu§h,t,~
The poor will pay least for the park,
many of them nothing. The poor
will profit most by the park. The
rich have large gardens and lawns and
carriages and horse; r>nd time ta drive
into the country and through nature's
open parks, but the poor live in crowd
ed tenements with cramped yards,
where they must spend their leisure
hours. No, parks are paid
for by the rich, and arc their benedic
tions upon the poor. If appeal must,
be made to the poor, let them now
vote tbe money of the rich to pay for
a blessing to them and their children
When you .briug your cotton in
and sell it, the first thing you ought
to do, is to call 011 the editor and pay
you arrarages for the P'f-T:
a pointed pointer, apd is meant for
you, if you arc not credited ahead.
IVY JACK 1*1.ANE.
We lmd a good rain last Sunday,
after a drought of several weeks.
Miss Ida I’ittman, of Thomasvillc,
is teaching school at “Centre,” near
Mr. William White’s.
There is said to he quite a number
of cases of mumps in tho neighbor
hood of Mr. W. Iv. Singletary.
Miss Susie Brown, of Thomasville,
spent Sunday and Monday with rela
tives in this vicinity.
Prof. II. A. Murray has a flourishing
school at the Stnnnl.uul school-house.
Ho is one of the best teachers in this
section and worthy tho patronage lie
Miss Emma Perry returned last
week frdnt a visit to Cordclc.
Mr. Jintmic Pittman is now with
Mr. J. E. McMillan,
Mr. J. E. Stephens has given up
tho position of R. R. agent at Camilla,
and is in charge of tho agency at this
place ngain. Mr. Stephens and
family were gladly welcomed hack as
citizens of Ochlockoneo.
Mr. W. A. Thompson lias the posi
tion of telegraph operator at Camilla.
John says—of course everbody
knows John —that that new house
will soon be ready, and— aud-^well,
you can guess M t’uc balance for the
jime being. Particulars later.
The first hale o 1 ' new cotton for this
market was brought iu by Mr. Lang
ley, and nicely covered with cotton
bagging. Not a yard of juto is being
sold jn this place, and we arc pleased
to sso our farmers standing up for
their rights and against trusts, etc.
Mr. Byron Collier had a very ser
ious accident to befall him on but
Saturday at the trip ho,«*> of Collier
Bro*, (jo was attending to the pack
ing of cotton in the press, which is
run by steam, aud by some means
the press was suddenly started ill such
q manner as to throw him iu the gear
ing of the press, receiving several se
vere wounds on his head aud other
portions of his body.
! — —
24 IlQurn Longer.
Tho remnant 8f canned goods will he
closed out ItECi AltDI.KSS (IF COST in the
next JI hours of daylight—a word to t'je
wise is sufficient. \. V. UltfWN.
30-21 JTie Jacktou St. Grocer.
Ladies’ handkerchiefs, new style,
linen lawn, very sheer, hem-stitched,
•1 tucks, i!J eta.; never sold for less than
hO cts. Another lot, all over em
broidered lawn, licm-stitched, J tucks,
nobby, 31 cts.
Linen doylies, white linen, fringed,
7 cts. You pay 121 cts. everywhere.
Now lot of Indies’ underwent*, robes,
skirts, chemises, aprons, etc. Haven’t
room to quote prices, hut will sell at
sinprisingly low lijjpres, (ar less than
it costs to buy material and make up
Will leave for New York and
Baltimore in two weeks to .select fall
and winter stock. Will lie glad to
attend to any special commission from
my friends aud patrons.
Mrs. Jennie Carroll,
Lower Broad Milliner.
HEALTH WORTH MURK THAN MONEY !
Hinted term is still on us! 1
Purify your homes ! ' '
I have iu -tori'.
S. J. CaSSKI.S,
■S 22 dlw its itroad Street
Gin House Insurance,
IE tinsel I *V Merrill,
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Ilicrs,<lcceaft9;i, rms made application tom
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