THE AMEKICUS DAILY TIMES-RECORDKR: SUNDAY, APRIL 19, 1891.
Gormans' minstrels will be hero next
Wednesday night Of the company's
performance in that city, the Iloston
“The departure the Gormans have
made in their minstrel entertainment
was evidently pleasing to the big audi
cnee that was present at the opening of
the Globe Theatre Monday evening.
There is no circle and no first part as is
common with the most minstrel shows,
but the performance begins with the
“Lorillard Reception," which serves to
introduce the principal members of the
combination in their' specialties. The
singing, the dancing, and the sketch
work of the company are excellent. In
deed, there was not a number on the
program that was not encored. “The
Dancer’s Dream," and “Twilight in
Dixie” are the two numbers which seem
ed to please the audience most, the lat
ter being especially praiseworthy and
full of original aud taking hits. The
Messrs. James, John and George Gor
man were heartily received, seen often
and always gave satisfaction. Arthur
Rigby made a hit in his monologue en
tertainment. Messrs. John Ilyams,
Alexander Cameron and J. M. Norcross
contributed most acceptably to the vocal
part of the program, and layman, the
expressionist, and Reto, contortionist,
added much to the general enjoyment.
The stay of the Gormans is limited to
the present week, with matinees on
Wednesday and Saturday.” i
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A few favorable reports as to the pros
pects of the fruit crop are received from
some parte of the State, but there is no
-doubt that the recent cold snap destroy
ed all eksnees for any thing like an av-
•orago yield. Peaches have suffered se
verely, and will probably be a rare lux.
wiry this summer.
It is quite the fashion now to take De
Witt’s Little Early Risers for liver,
stomach and bowel disorders. They are
small pills, but mighty good ones Cook’s
Pharmacy sells them.
The Lithonis New Era says: It is
tlmated at the agricultural department
3,000,000 sacks of guaao will be sold in
Georgia this season. At that rate it
will take $7,500,000 to foot tbe bill for
this fertilizing. What is to become of
the farmer who raises nil cotton for
Very popular, very small, very goo<
De Witt’s Littlo Early Risers, the pill for
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Jim Tollier (colored) has been asleep
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corner of Forsyth and Walker streets, st
Augusta. He was drinking heavily
Saturday. All efforts to arouse him am
(n vain. A physiolan la In attendanoe.
Apoplexy has resulted from excessive
Constipation, blood-poison, fever, Doc
tors’ bills and funeral expeaaes cost
admit two hundred dollars; De Witt's
Little Early Risers cost a quarter. Take
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Elegant Pullman Sleeping Cars, between
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$8432.00 worth of
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At and below cost for CASH for the next fifteen dap, to make
room for our
55 pairs men’s French Calf Handsewed Lace
mer price $7.00. 64 Men’s Ca'f. Handsewed I.
former price $5. 73 Men’s Calf, Handsewed, Lace and Congress, $2.90 ;
reduced from $4. 35 pair Ladies’ fine Handsewed Dongola Button,
reduced front $4 to $3.10. 44 Ladies’ fine Dongola Button shoes, worth
$3.50 now going at $2.65. 65 pair Ladies’ fine Dongola Button at $1.90,
cheap at $2.50. All other goods reduced in same proportion. Best Bro
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and good styles, and products of the best factories in the United States.
These bargains will not last long, so come early and save your money.
WILLIFORD, MATTHEWS, & CO.
j,nw». 415 Cotton Ave., next to Bank of Americus.
C. r. PAYHE, M’g’r.
Successors to HABBIS Sc PAYNE,
Plumbers and Gas Fitters.
We are now in our new building in Artesian Block,
and ready for business.
A Full Line of Cooking Stoves and Ranges.
Gas Fixtures and Sanitary Goods a SDecialty.
Globe, Angle and Check Valves,
TeTa Cotta and Iron Pipings and Fittings.
Greneral R^-pair W ork
dsci-tf TELEPHONE IVo 13.
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Began. Always a supply of
at Dr. fidrldgM Drug Stores.
Everyone should use P. P. P. because
at this season nearly everyone needs a
good medicine to purify, vitalize and en
rich the blood.
The “Mother-. Friend"
Not only shortens labor end lessens
pain attending it, but greatly dlracnlshes
the danger to life of both mother and
child if used a few months before con
finement. Write to tbe Bradfiel-* Regu
iator Co., Atlanta, Ga., for further par
ticulars. Sold by all druggists.
A prominent railroad superintendent,
living in Savannah, one suffering for
years from malaria and general debility,
nays 00 having recovered hie health by
the use of P. P. P., thinks that be will
live forever, If he ean always get P. P.
P. (Prickly Ash, Poke Boot and Potea
alum. This party’s name will be given
We keep thp best Paint we oan get
If not satisfactory when pnt on we will
repaint the house st our expense.
B. J. Elobidoc, Druggist
Hard Times to get Money
.Ten Dollars ssvsd Is twenty dollars msdsl
.My S -. Kprintf Styles cannot be excelled,
and by catting on
You can get a Stylish Spring Balt at small
«jet, and satisfaction guaranteed.
I Kapress Office stand, Lamar street
Down to a fine point
—that’s where the making of
corsets has been brought to.
Kabo for the “bones”—it
can’t break or kink.
Loops of corset lace in
stead of metal eyelets—they
can’t rust or cut the laces.
The Ball Corset for ease
and comfort; the Kabo Cor
set for unyielding strength.
Each is the best of it’s kind
If you don’t think so, after
wearing for two or three
weeks, return it to us and get
your money back.
For sale by OEO. D. WHEATLEY.
Georgia Southern &Horida Ry.
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SCHOFIELD’S IRON WORKS,
FOUNDRY AND MACHINE SHOP.
« S5 a m
4 07 am
2 45 a m
li 23 a m
Connection nrrth bound and
antf E. T. V. A O. railroad*.
A. 0. KNAPP.
Traffic Manager. General Pa*»en*er Agent.
HENRY BURNS, C. T. and P. A. No 516 Mulberry 8t.
h bound !h made In Macon with trains of Central
J.T. HOGE, L. J. HARRIS,
C. C. RODEW, Jr., Soliciting Agent.O Klmhall Block. Atlanta, Ga.
L.C. CONOVA, C.T. A. R.T. RICHARD. Agent, Union Depot. W.P.LAWSIIE,T.P.A.
JAMES MENZIES, Southeastern Agent, 98 West Bay St., Jacksonville, FIs.
The Bank Failed
To lend its money, but
gall’s couqI) Sump
has never failed to relieve a oour Try it.
Hall's new Garden Seed* are arriving every
day. They never fail to give satisfaction
Remember they are only 2% cents a large paper;
no seed monopoly in Americus now.
No mors headache. Antlmgrane cures it In a
few minutes The genuine.sold at Hall's DruS
Store. 1-13-to apri
The Old Reliable Stationer,
105 FORSYTH STREET,
Keeps always on hand a complete assortment of Books
and Fine Writing Papers; School Books for
every county in Southwest Georgia.
Pine * Pictcres, * Framed * and * in * Sheets.
Large lot of New Moulding just received. Send in your
Pictures and have them framed. I lead, others follow.
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Saw Mill Men, Attention!
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ness is heavy machinery inch as
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J. S. SCHOFIELD’S SONS & CO„ Prop’rs,
Manufacturers of Steam Engines, Boilers, Cotton Presses and General
Machinery, Cotton Gins, Cane Mills and Saw Mills. -Dealers in Mill and
Machinists’ Supplies. Special Attention to Repair Work.
<ljt MACON, GEORGIA.
J. HENRY FREEMAN,
413 COTTON AVE.,
Contractor * and * Builder.
Estimates cheerfully furnished. Also dealer in Bul'ding Materials,
Doors, Sash, Blinds, Brick, Shingles, Laths,
Wall Papers, etc.; Leads, Oils and Avcrill Mixed Paints, the best in
the world. Call and see me when yon'need anything in my line.
nod for firet-eUw machinery, we defy competition. We are general agents for
H, B. SMITH MACHINE CO.’S celebrated Wood-working machinea, and c
count fnotory priet
mill; it is the beat
Write for pric
„ Be anre to write for circular of “Farmers’ Favorite’’ saw
on the market Second-hand machinery eonatantly on hand,
and see If we cannot aave you money.
Perkins Machinery Company,
DR. F. A. THOMAS,
Physician and Surgeon.
Will do n general practice in the city
and vicinity. He will be found nt
hit office whan not professionally en
gaged. Will keep slate on office door.
Office: Second tloor, Artesian Block,
■Unix ly 4-11*1)1
ONE CENT A WORD COLUMN.
Advertisements will be inserted in this
column at the rate of One Cent per Word for
each insertion. Xo advertisement taken for less
than FIFTEEX CENTS.
HOUR-ROOM house on Elmore street, poe-
X: eeealon given lirnnedUt*ly. Also one
four-room h *' *
I Cation M. Callaway at Martire’B aprO-tf
BY THE CAR LOAD LOTS.
Tbe beat Mingle, .made st the lowest
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8. X. Joins, Americas, Os,
_ D. C.JoXkO, LelleGo.
87 SOUTH BROAD STREET,
Mention Tan Truss When Yen Write.
Baseballs, Baseballs, Bats, Bats.
Ouretock In tble line cannot be eurpaeeed In South Georgia.
It will pay you to nee us before placing your order elsewhere. Cro
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line, and can save yon money by trading with us. We would not forget
to call your attention to the fact that we have added to our general line of
Books and Stationery a full line of Moulding ami Picture Framing ma
terial, and we have an experienced man at the head of this department, and
can do you as good work as you can have done in Macon or Atlanta Mail
orders will receive special attention.
ALLISON & AYCOCK,
THE MOST RELIABLE I
A. J. BUCHANAN.
STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES
CORNER COTTON AVENUE AND LAMAR STREET, AMERIGU3. G A.
TELEPHONE No. 40. FREE DELIVERY.
I am the Houaekeeper' Friend. I ook over Ihe following Mat and aeleet what you
want, and telephone or send me your older: J
The largent and finest nniortment or Fine Oro«erle« and Canned Goods, consist Jrtr
*? P*rt ° f . Ann ur'sCorued l&r.Laneh Tongue Roast Beef, Tripe, Chi oped Beef, Plga
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Wj Tomatoes. Green Corn, Bartel Pears, Apricots, Fresh Peaches. Pineapples, Plck-
Chow Chow* J “ r ’ 11X111 lM ® nd eM Vtt,le *y» P ro, »erves ol all kinds, Hauces, Catsups and
A Select Stock of the Finest Fancy Candy.
I make a apeclalty of AMBROSIA FLOUR, the flneat In America^ My store
Headquarter, for everything In the Fruit and Grocery line. ’ ,or ®
i&U J - BUCHANAN,
R. F. NEHRINC.
lutsoi street, nmer ABei House.
LIGHT BREAD A SPECIALTY!
fa Un of iB Zaii Promptly F2W! Era! ui Cab Wigoa 6m nt
Country Merchants supplied with bread at wholesale prices.
S16 LAMAR STREET.
W. H. R. SCHROEDER,
(Successor to Bchroeder A Htrlckland,)
724 Cotton Avenue. AMERICUS, GA.
lannfactnier of Tin, Copper aid Sheet iron Van, Galvanized Iron Cornice,
Tin and Iron Roofing, Hot Air Heating Etc, Iron Smoke Stick*.
Exheuit Piping for Saw Mills a Specialty,
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS.
t jar-CALL AND QBT MY ESTIMATES ASP QIYK ire a trtat. gg
l will eel! you tbe beat buggy lu Georgia, price aod.quality conaldered. Repairing ol
all.klnda solicited and executed promptly ar.d neatly. All work warranted.
T. S. GREENE.
Cotton Avenue., * Opposite Prince’s Stables’
BAR AND RESTAURANT
W.T. RAGAN, Proprietor.
w °. 807 Tieimisr Street.
U.M ^SSSto'rptj* White..
an pleaaa tbe moatfaatldloua.
REAL ESTATE BARGAINS.
I offfer for a fsw days the following tswiraoto property close In at a tamin'
NrmaKoy l * e# * ,I<ll0 *** hOUaM ^ ,Ut 00 opi * t * d;4 r °OBM Mtcb; lota 60x165 catch.
° D|I *«» Hill. l«j» lot HOxans fronting two .trreu. The pret-
BHJX2M M. BROWN,
^^iSSS^Sj^r^moifog^ : Americus. Oa.