W. I.. OMIHiill, Editor.
UMrUI Urmn at Hrlwlrr Iiinnlj.
... ** i«»ld in
eoinpoit'in w»U» the multitude of l*»w tMt, nhort
weight, aliitn or phoepbxti- tutwrder-. M>t only in
•in cun*. KOYAI. R t KINO POWDER CO, Iu6
Wall H»re«t. New Y*»rk. oct2tyL
A POSITIVE CURE
For Eiei) Fora of Skin and Blood Disuse,
from Pimples to Scrofula.
I hare had the PaorUaix for nine months. About
five months ico I applied to a doctor near Boston,
who helped me, but unfortunately I had to leave,
but continued taking h is medicine for nearly three
months, but the disease did .not leave. I saw Mr;
Carpenter e letter in the Philadelphia Rtmril, and
hie case perfectly described mins. I triad the
(.'trrictniA Rkmkmks, using two bottles Resol*
ykht. and Cuticuma end citticora Hoap in —
portion, and call m) self completely cured.
L. F. BARNA1
Watekforo. N. J.
ECZEMA TWENTY YEA US
Cared. Not u Also of Its Beappearnnee.
Your Ctmctnu has done a wonderful curs for
me more than two yaara ago. Not a sign of Its
reappearance alnce. It -rated me of a very bad
Kcsema which had troubled me for more tha
twenty years. I shall always speak well of Curl
cuitA. 1 sell a gnat deal of it.
FRANK C. SWAN. DnggUL
BEST FOB ANYTUINO.
Having used your Cuticcra. Remedies for
eighteen months for Tettsr, and finally cured It, I
am anxious to get it to sell on commission. I can
recommend It l>eyend any remedies.I have aver
used for Tetter. Burns, Cuts, etc. In fact. It la tha
bast medicine I have ever tried for anything.
R. B. HORTON. •
..tedies I maid hear of/sad at last tried your
i;uticlha RemEDlga aud they have cured me.
Herron, Thayer County, Penn.
Every species of Itching. Hcaly, Pimply. Scrof
ulous, Inherited and t'-nntagioua Huaiora. with
Loss of Hair, cured by Outkura Resolvent the
new Blood PnrWer Internally, and OPnctm* and
CI’TICURA Soap the gre«t Skin Cures externally.
Bold everywhere. Price. CuncuiU, SO oenta;
Boaf, 35 cents; Resolvent, f 1.
Potter !lru| nnd Chemical Co.. Boston.
Only seven Jews have beep in
fected with tiie cholera in France.
The Jewish diet Is the hetlibic.l in
There sre live million land own
ers in France, the average size of
the farms being ten acres. The
best land, outsifle of the vineyards
there, is worth about $400 per
Col. E. P. Speer has purchased
tbs Grifflo Sun. “Gene" is a keen
end spicy wrilsr, an enter| rising
publisher, a shrewd politician, and
will mako the Sun shine brighter
than ever before.
Though women were at the polls
distributing “no license" tickets,
Hartford, the Nutmeg State, voted
for s liquor license b/ a majority
011,880. The New Englander is
no longer satisfied with cider.
In Putnam county, Tennessee,
the Mormon elders were peisecut-
ed ID it mdst cruel and vindictive
manner one day last week. AI
though their meeting was exten
sively advertised not a soul went
to liter them preach.
A large party of Seminole ne
grots, who have been in the Unlttd
State's service on the Mexican
frontier fighting the Indians, were
mustered out t^ie other day at
Baiie Pafs, Texas. They hav
returned jto their homes in Mexico.
Pet’s retort to his Republican
employer who told him if Cieve
land wss elected bis wages would
be cut down to 60 cents n day. was
a pretty ahrewd answer to the Re
pnlilican sophistries of this cam
paign. Pat replied: “Be gorrs
an’if you helaved that, you’d be
tor Cleveland yourself ivery time.
The Savannah News makes this
good point against the loud mouth
ed proteoiioniets: “The girls who
make shirts in some of the New
York factories at fifteen cents per
doien need some of the protection
promised to American labor,
tbeso girls can’t vote, however, it
seems they don’t even get the
piomlie of protection."
The early returns from Ohio, as
given in the Recohded yesterday
morning, favored the Democrats
but the later nows showed that
our Griepds were too sanguine and
the Slate has gone Reputlican, as
it has in'every presidential election
slnco'1856. The fact that tbo Re
publican qa|ority has been re
duoed, notwithstanding tho tre
mendous efforts made by Blaine
and hta followers, is encouraging
for Democratic success in Novem
Judge Torrance, of New Ilaven
is a model which some of our Geor
giaJuMlal officers might imitate
with profit. Weary of the numor
ous continuances in his court, be
tbs other day said to tbe pracll
timers before him “I wish to give
notlqe that cases on this list which
are not ready for trial or assign
msnt when tbe court opens next
will be stricken off the list at once.
I am tired of all this unnecessnry
The New Orleans Picayune esti
mates that unfavorable weather
has reduced the cotton crop to six
million biles or less. It adds:
“There is no indication pointing to
renewed activity in the good!
trade, and until that comes manu
facturers are likely to purchase
sparingly. In the meantime the
financial position is such that plant
era will be unable to bold back
their crops, and the product will
ot necessity be sold rapidly at cur
rent rates, whatever they may be."
People wonder why it i» that
America import, rags from Ej-yi l
and India. The inhabitants ol
these lands wear chi, fly cotton
garments and an Arab', baggy
breeches, tunic ami turban contaio
about aa much cotton as an ordi
nary family wardrobe in America.
When a Hindoo or Arab .hakes
his old suit be 'cues a pretty big
pile of rags. When you read the
“test news from Soudan in die
Daily IUcobder you may lie read
fro.th°e B dis^^t?, f ,, t T r »«V,aT..«.'.a-Lri,.s-
rromth.diK.rdsd breeches of El
• Meunsi uxVuV
To Giie Too aildtatf What H?s Been
8kin, (juticura Boat.
All School Sijlios,
MRS. FRED LEWIS’
Americus, Ga., Aug. 24, 1884. tf
HE QUOTE THE FOLLOHI.NG FBICES
One Hundred Mm’s Custom ere Fails
Rcmi'tir price $10 (X*, fm $5.00.
2‘0 Panso! Pants. Former piico 12 00
now $1.00. '
250 Pairs of Pants. Ft inner price $5 00;
Men's < sssimere finite, nil sizes from 33
I to 42, ai 5(Jc ou the dollar.
Four-Button Cut-A« n\ a at 33 per cent,
leas than ever known In-fore.
Pluida and Checks nre all the go thin
aeaHon. We have got them in latge vari
ety, and at pricea that place competi
tion in the back ground.
We can show yon n varit ty of One Thou-
Hand different style*; more of them thar
nil tbe houses combined, from Mncon t«
Montgomery, nnd nt prims cheaper than
you can buy common Juana to make them.
Is larger than ever before, at prices wi
IN BOOTS AND SHOES!
He are Just Lcadlug (he Caravuul
Five Thousand Pairs of Women Pokers,
from 3-7 and 6-0. nt the startling low
price of 65j per pah; never known to sell
for less than one dollar eince America:
has b*-en a city.
One thousand pairs Children’- C »pper
Tips, n« ver Ht/id le*s ’ban 75c, c.in i.o«
he bought lor 50c; n good, honeM eln*e #
10 Cases of Brogan*, from 6 to 11, nm'
10cases Plow Shoes from G to II. eolid
i r nersole, white oak bottom, oli«l 1 a her
ennmer, always sold nt $1.50, now re
tailed at 81 00.
In Ladies’, Misses, and Children’s Fire
Shoes we can show y- n an elegant tins
and retail them at prices 25 per cent lesH
than any house in town can buy them.
J. WAXELBAUM & CO.
AMERICUS, - - - GEORGIA.
CONVULSES SEW YORK m CITY IULLHCEKTR1L PARK.
OLI) ESTATil I C HID M11ICANT.1LF HOUSFS, WHOSE 80[,VFN< T WAS
bUPI’OSF.D 10 Bh H DNDW? ON JNI'rSTItUCTARLE HOCKS OF
UNLIMIILDCAPA-1 ALAND UNQUESTIONABLE CREDIT,
Tottered and Fell in a Day!
Sporinlly was this true of many large nnd ceKbrated Clothing
manufacturers who l.nd made up numerous storks Irom materi
als bought i-ii er< di\ 'I liese nininiliirturers plarrd their faith
on lively nnd profitable September trade, ab-olutely relying on
it for funds to meet llieir ninturing jwper, wliic-li they hud given
for piece poods, but tbe trade did not come, the continuous
warm weather nnd no customers cooked their “goose,” nnd there
wns nothing left for them to do but to liiil and turn their poods
over to an Assignee. It wns bad for tlum, but it is in your
power to make it good for you, for, as usual, when good goods
are to be sacrificed we nre always on hand. Our Mr. Joe
Waxelbaum wns there, and notwithstanding the fact that we
were already prepared with a stock of Seventy-Five Thousand
Dollars, we bought Thirty-Three Thousand more in Hoys, Chil
drens and Men’s Clothing, Dry Goods. Dress Goods, Fancy
Goods. Corsets, etc., at prices varying from 30 to 60 per cent,
of the actual value. Promptly at 8 o’clock Monday Slot IliiL'
nnd it will be to the interest of ev< ry one in tips city or country
to he on hand, for at the prior s we propose s< lling these goo<(s
you were never offered tin tn in the history of the dry goods,
clothing, boot and shoe trade.
J. Waxelbaum & Co.
PROPRIETORS NEW YORK STORE,
T-n Pieces Black C*»tdm;er-*, C6 nchf*
wule, warranted all wnol, » 3; 0 per
yard, m*v r m>M Ihmi that. GUo. p
Ten PiHien Black ChhLiu re, 42 Inch**
thte, aii 42* cants pvryanl, warmtiM U u
W'ol. Goode worth any man’suionev
75 cenle. 3 ‘
• 5 F* cm Black end C. fared Aniama
38 l jrh*i» wide, all Hliadts,, t 50,-
Hrd. Got ds ie ailing «nywtitie H i $1 cm
50 Pi. t ea BmwH G o in, in all
it v al'inle*, hi 7^0 per jnr.l, worth 121c
in i*fod CMuh. 3
CO Pieces Brncnde Ma'.li.aney, wor»b 25c
|»»r ‘Hr*!, f tailing by u- now at 15c,
In BiIh**, fining, and V. Ivhs »e a ,
a»wa>r, tl.e i-ckm-wlp'ued IcideiR, h> vine
»h- m in price irom 25c per y>r*l t-* eo no*
Unr$100 B'ack fink r^aua at fiixtii
Avenn*-. New York.fr 81 25. U
la Colored Silks anil fi-itina we give
you any imaginable abndt; from 50c to
$1 60 per yard.
In House u nhhtn» (J ods we lmve
b'ltiglit direct f»« ni iiii|Huicr-, who hml
he luihfortune to retire fr- m huhin.Ks
atner nncxpeotedlv We houghl them
i c on the d« Hnr. The> li.tve to be been
b» b* npi-r.ciatt d
Call snd hcu «»nrT* n-Ccnt Towel, inllv
24 iuoIich lung; a'l linen, w«tiIi 25c.
Twelve guo * Nepkius, nil linen, for 50c.
500 Lin n II mined Nmkinn, nt lip
with colored holders. Never sold for
600 Mureeilies Q lilt*, always sold at
$1 50, Utin now b; bought tor 05c.
OUR LINE OF
Ribbons and Buttons,
Ih ton nnmorons t«» mention, ca ning a
no kol tlie-e h* Fift- en Tboisan’i D-d-
Imin in < u Ket iil D -pir'uietit idone, ni-d
any b og we Imppeu i ot to have ikegoud
old m-in never ma’e.
IJARPEI8 Hi.tl LUGS we can wive
you 83 |h r uei-t. lean tlum you have ever
known them b f r--. nod yne yon iiHit.i-k
q ml to ny lu nae ibis aide <•! Baltimore
t- Heiect tr in.
It in thi* er ■ wly in the seimon to talk
nle-nt CLOiKS. But remember we
ufeopirf eve»y garment we sell, and
talk about tli m h-t r when ibr
weatlu r . row a odder. We » r»* c u fi bnt
iher.* wtl hp no o* use to o. n«pl in < f our
pr-oex, nitd ho far hh amor'iucni nn<l i-tjle
m t*une**rne i, we can o-mpa-e wiilisnv
bonne i i 'he Suite, and will take m- ninth
p’enRure In rbowing our gooda an in b»li
('all parly and Amid I lie linsli!
J. WAXELBAUM & CO.
Pnrrittoii New YcrK Store.
AMERICUS, - - - GEORGIA
The Losi is Fold
AND CAN BE FOUND AT
Bar aid Resianrant.
ElT,DRIi\K AND BE MERRY,
■ r-rp «n •“free b-tL Fterjll Ing he 'been
. i-tvaitd MR.1 U «t»cei and clean. 1 lu4 in hug**
wing Cv- tar
Liquors from S (o Iran Old!
Cn'l «n-l get y«nr sbarv of ibe Iru. Bgcxhr* Ik*
Bv-eund in tlr.Lka. a rival o l»r'.m-Die- In jp«H
We invite everybody and the public gen
erally to call at our shop and examine our
immense stock of First-Class Finished Single
and Double Seat Buggies and One Horse
Wagons, of all styles and sizes. All of which
are of our own manufacture, and will bo sold
as cheap as it is possible to sell such work in
any market. In reference to our Single and
Double Seat Dexter Buggies, we will say we
were the first to introduce them in this coun
try, and have from the beginning up to the
present time constantly improved them, and
we believe we now have them perfect. We
keep on hand all the while finished from 15 to
25 of these Buggies, with first-class Harness to
each buggy, and can sell you a Buggy and
Harness as cheap as anybody. All we ask is
to give us a trial.
A word now fa those who have old bug
gies and wagons and desire to have them re
paired or made new: Wo will give you more
work, and a better job, for less money than
any other shop in Americus. Try us and be
Americus, Ga., July 25, 1884. «»
IIo! every one in need of Clothing,
“C'OME AGAIN” to Wheatley’s Corner and buy
The rplcntiitl succrwhich aCcmu-tl’uur efforis.ln Introducing the >alo of
In.our e i ha» induced.ii> ta brine out for the Spri <n (rede tho Urgcet, handionte t and
moxi cumj'le e lino of
Perfect Fitting Clothing
EVER SHOWN IN AMERICUS I
Three good* have bet-n relectcd with gicgi care and pouea*' an elegance ef tVaign, beauty of flnl»b
and durab iity of texture, that (• w indeed can equal, end non*- aurpa-a. In every in-tauci* «'*
GUARANTEE PERFECT FIT OR NO SaLE
Wo havojalso a large a d well selected *tock ol per ect fitting
Shirts, Collars, Cuffs, Neck and Underwear I
And everything In the wiiy o f Oent’a Puruirh'ng Guupa. Tolite and n»»coitve 8ule«nen * III ,ake
p'eaaure In dl*| laying ibew beautiful g -ode whether jou with to »>uy or not.
: : Americus, Ga.
HAVING MY STOCK THAT WAS LEFT FROM TIIF. FIRE IN ORDER
AND REPLENISHED WITH NEW GOODS, I AM NOW PREPAR
ED FOlt BUSINESS. NEW GOODS RECEIVED DAILY.
BOOKS S AND O PERIODICALS
AT PUBLISHERS PRICES!
Best and Cheapest Writing Paper and En
velopes in town!
Croquet, Base Balls,
Hammocks, Chess, and
Light Reading for Summer D- vVS
BUTTERICK’S PATTERN GIVEN AWAY-
NEXT DOOR TO POST OFFICE.