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Perky, Teuhsda?, May 8.
EADS, NEEL SCO.
\XT& HAVE now in store one of the
W largest and most complete stocks
furnishing Qoods :
to 1)0 found in any southern store.
70U OAK GET JUST WHAT YOU WANT
AT THE EIGHT TBIGE.
Mr. WALTER F. HOUSER, who has
been with us for the past year, w%be
glad to wait on Ins friends at onr place.
557 CHERRY ST., MACON, GA.
' FORT VALLEY, GA.
REPAIRING A "specialty.
I have bought of Mr. G. W. Sin
gleton all the trees on the east
side of the. “Baskin Branch” be
tween the lines of Dr. Mann and
Mr. Gurr. I shall sot my mill in
that lot the last of April, and on
oi before May 1st! shall be ready
to supply my customers with all
lands of Lumber. Hand in your
orders now, and they will be num
bered and filled in order as re
ceived. The trees are of the bes t
and the lumber will be fine—will
deliver at any point near Perry.
Lumber at the mill 15 cents per
E. J. Fullek.
Lesse Perry Variety Works.
Malcolm Wivtle, Jr., No. 10,266.
Those desiring the services of
my registered. Jersey Bull, Malcolm
Wade, Jr., No. 19,266, can be ac
commodated by calling at iny farm,
Q miles east of Perry. Service-
fee, §2.00; insurance, §2.50.
T. D: Gurr.
-^jTwanTto buy fat hogs and
C. H. Moore, Perry, Ga.
—Corn and Fodder for
Apply at farm 2 miles from Perry,
on Hayneville road, or address
W. M. Boon, Perry 7 , Ga.
—Leave your orders for Fine
Western Beef on i Mondays and
C. H. Moore, Perry, Ga.
—Butterick’s patterns for ladies
and children, for salo by J. H.
Logne, Fort Valley,. Ga.
Tax Receiver’s Notice.
T will be at - •
Hunt’s 10th Dist. May 2d^from 9 to 3
Fort Valley— May 3d
' 5th from 8 to 11 a m
“ 2to5 pm
8 to 11 am
2 to 5 p m
8 to 11 a m
2 to 5 p m
8 to 11 a m
2 to 4 p m
for tho purpose of taking tax return
and agricultural staUshcs for tbo ^ear
m b| hb *»
^rai d kinds r p^dthe, a Kar,
•and stock of all kinds on h^d^creage
Tax Receiver, H. C.
°* and County
Candidates are ripening.
® ar county campaigu will be
short and sharp.
The spring chicken crop is nn.
—The subscription list of the
Home Jouenal grows steadily.
—Many potatoes, collards, etc.,
have been transplanted this week!
Mr. J. G. Holtzclaw and. lady
are visiting relatives in Savannah,
-Mrs. S. L. Feagin, of- Macon,
is in Perry, visiting relatives and
* —The Houston political cam
paign was formally opened last
—There will be a barbecue and
real estate sale at Bonaire next
-Not many political picnics will
be indulged during the present
-Miss Hattie Peacock, of Car-
tersville, is in Perry visiting Miss
—Mr. W. S. Felder, of Macon
spent several days in Perry on bus
iness this week.
—The Sunday school picnic at
Houston Fact* ry next Sunday wlil
be largely attended.
—The many friends of Mrs. R.
L. Marshall, of York, will regret
to learn that she is quite ill.
-Peaches on trees with no
ieaves is unsual, hut such things
are seen in Houston, nevertheless.
-Madam Rumor says there will
be a marriage in Perry the latter
part of May, or about the first of
—Molding* for picture frames
for sale by J. H. Logne, Fort Val-
ley, Ga. - *
lee and choice Lem-ms always
G. H. Moore, Perry, Ga.
— you have any pictures to be
framed, send them to J. H. Logne,
F,vt Valiev, Ga- Wop done at
Macon prices: satisfaction guaran
-Every person who desires to
keep posted on Houston county
affairs should subscribe for the
Home Journal. This year will
£ especially lively in politicsj, and
onr subscribers will get all toe
news. Subscribe now-only bl.M)
" year when pmd strictly in ad
—New Irish potatoes are becom
g common, and had not the cold
weather interfered, the crop would
have bae^ a good one.
—There are in Perry several
cotton plants over twelve inches
high, growing from the roots of
stalks that bore a heavy crop last
—Mrs. E. B. Cade left Perry
Monday afternoon for Cinctnnati,
where she will atteud the Conserv
atory of Music.
—The hail storm in Houston
last Sunday was just three days
later iu the season than the one
that visited Perry and vicinity last
—The rain that fell Saturday
night and Sunday was in accord
with the wishes of Houston citi
zens—farmers and gardeners es
—Capt. W. C. Davis, of the
Perrp Rifles, inspected the Abbe
ville Guards, of Abbeville, Tues
day, under orders from Adjutant
An article concerning “The
Olive Bill and the next Legisla
ture,” written by Mr. A. P. Jones,
appears on the first page of this
paper. Read if. .
—The Mrs. C. M. Felder estate
sold Tuesday for §5,500, consisting
of a dwelling house and store house
in Perry, and 500 acres of land 4
miles wes.t of Perry.
—All candidates who attend the
picnic at Houston Factory next
Saturday will learn something
specially interesting to them that
day. We say this knowingly.
—Our farmers have been hope
ful, and then doubtful, during the
last three months, concerning the
oat crop, but now most of them
believe a fair yield will be har
—The northern born citizens of
Houston county are requested to
meet at the court house in Perry
on the 17th inst, Saturday, of next
week. See official call in another,
—There will be a Sunday school
picnic at Hickory Grove on the
third Saturday, 17th day of May.
A large crowd will attend, and we
know the occasion be thoroughly
—The need for a railroad from
Perry to some point on the Geor
gia Southern and Florida railroad
is positive end urgent. Onr peo
ple can secure it if they will. Talk
won’t build it.
—Read the political announce
ments in another column, all the
offices, except county commission
er, are applied for. The voters
will have full and free opportunity
to choose good men for all the of-
In .response to previous aiuioance-
meut, the Farmers’ Aiiiauee of
Houston.r—.ucy'met in convention
a; Ferry at 10 o’clock last Tuesday
morning. The convention contiu
ned in session for two hours, and,
of coarse, none bnt allianceinen
Previous to the opening of the
meeting, the editor of the Hohe
Journal approached several prom-
nent members of the alliance and
signified his desire to publish
whatever action the meeting in
tended for publication. After the
adjournment we were told fay ev
ery allianceman approached that
there was nothing for publication.
We were reliably informed, how
ever, that the alliance endorsed
one gentleman as a suitable per
son for the members of the order
to support for senator for this dis
trict, and two for members of the
Honse of Representatives to repre
sent Houston ccunty. This endorse
ment was held to be subject to
democratic nomination,.'and no
member of the alliance was con
sidered absolutely pledged to vote
for the gentlemen named.
We were further informed that
a committee was appointed to no
tify the gentlemen named of the
action of the alliance, and if they
consented to the use of their names
in the connection mentioned, then
a public announcement was to be
made by authority of a resolution
passed, but for the present with
held from the public. We under
stand the convention was com
posed of about 40 delegates, and
though about 100 alliaucemen were
present, none but the delegates
were authorized to vote.
As these statements are made
from hearsay, we do not vouch for
their absolute accuracy, and if
anything is incorrectly stated, w.e
are ready to make a strictly accu
rate statement in accnd with the
official petiou of the alliance, when
so informed by authority of any
The announcement oE candidates
for the Seuato and House of Rep
resentatives which appears in an
other column by authority - of
“Democrats,” purporting to be the
work of “a large and enthusiastic
meeting of democratic voters,
calls for some explanation.
There were two meetings in
Perry Tuesday—the county alli
ance, by delegates, and the county
executive committee--both com
posed of democrats. The alliance
meeting took the action upon which
this political announcement was
based, but that meeting was called
and held as an alliance conven
tion strictly, not as a meeting of
democratic voters. None but al-
liancemen were allowed in the
room, and it is not fair that an act
performed by the alliance in se
cret session should be given to the
people as the work of “a large and
enthusiastic meeting of democratic
We write this in behalf of dem
ocratic unity, and not in favor of
any candidate or candidates for
Meet Iiisf •>;’Committee.
Oonnty Commissioners’ Court.
—The proposed extension of the
Empire and Dublin railroad from
Hawkinsville to Grovauia,
Houston county, on the G. S. &
F. railroad, has bean located, and
the work of grading will begin at
—It is illegal trespsss, unlawful
obstruction, for any person to plow
into a public road. -Phis fact has
been frequently noticed in this
paper, and by grand juries, and
yet the objectionable practice pre
vails in some sections of the county.
Commissioners’ Court of Hous
ton county, met pursuant to ad-
journmet, this May 5th 1890.
Present and presiding J. D. Mar
lin, F. M. Houser, C. H. Thomp
son and I. F. Muvph.
The minutes of the last court
were read and confirmed.
The abjections of Mrs. Hampton
a part of the Dr. Edgeworth and
Houser’s mill road, was taken up
and discussed; and as no compro
mise or agreement seemed proba
ble, a motion was made to recon
sider and rescind all the proceed
ings heretofore had on the same
by this, together with the judg
ment rendered on the same, which
was agreed to by the court, and
the whole proceedings heretofore
had on said road are wiped out.
A petition was received and filed
i i office, signed by Wiley Leverett,
M. F. Etheridge, W. D. Tharp, J.
H. Bateman, Ira Aiken and oth
ers, to remove the voting precinct
from Busbyville, in the Upper 5th
district, to Centerville (Hattie P.
O.) upon the grounds that the
court ground for said district has
already been moved there, and
that it is nearer the center of pop
ulation, and more convenient.
A petition was filed in office,
signed by H. E. Murray and otlk
ers, to establish a public road from
the Dr. Edgeworth place io A J.
Houser’s mill, which will lake its
• On motion court adjourned to
1st Monday in .June.
J. M. Davis, C. C. C.
In accord with the published
request of the recent meeting of
Houston county democrats, the
newly-elected executive committee
met at the court house this May
1S9Q, for organization, and for the
transaction of any other business
properly coming before the cora-
Dr. Joseph Palmer, chairman of
the former committee, called the
meeting to order, and explained
the purpose for which the meeting
The roll of members was called
and the folowing alternates allow
ed for this meeting.
Lower 5th. district, W. B.
White in place of W. P. Bryant,
Upper Fifth, Ira Akin, in place
of J. W. Woolfolk, Jr., absent.
Sixth, T. D. Warren and H.
Peary, in place of J. M. Culpep
per and B. M. Bateman, not pres
Henderson District, J. W. Wim
berly and A. P. Jones, in place of
Jno. H. Grace and J. W. Hodge,
Permanent organization resulted
in the selection of Dr. Joseph
Palmer as president, and E. L.
Felder as secretary.
On motion it was ordered that a
nomination for members of the
Legislature, Senator and county
officers be held on the. first Satur
day iu June next, and that the
nomination be" by primary elec
tion at each of the precincts estab
lished for this purpose.
It was further ordered that tho
nomination for governor and state
officers be held on - the same day,
and under same regulations.
On motion ordered that the ex
ecutive committee meet at Perry
on Monday following the nomina
tion to select delegates to the gu
bernatorial convention, to carry
out the wishes of the people as ex
pressed in the primary.
Iu addition to the regular elec
tion precincts, the following places
were made precincts for primary
election: Bonaire, iustead of
King’s store; old York in addition
to Wellston. Oak Grove was recog
nized as a primary precinct.
The members of the executive
committee in each district were
chosen managers of the primary
election at the several precincts,
with power to elect substitutes and
The newspapers in the county
were requested to publish these
There being no further business,
the committee adjourned to Mon
day after the first Saturday in
June. Joseph Palmer,
E. L. Felder, Ch’m’n.
The Perry Sunday School Picnic.
The members of the Perry Sun
day schools, with a number of their
friends in and near Perry, enjoy
ed their annual picnic last Friday,
at the Giles hammock, just beyond
the southwestern limit of the town
The hammock is a thickly-wooded
tract of land, covering fifteen
twenty acres. A portion of this
had been cleared of the under
brush for the occasion, and seats,
tats, tables and swings arranged.
The crowd began gathering at
about nine o’clock, and by eleven,
more than two bandied people
were freely enjoying themselves.
There was no arranged, pro
gramme, and each one sought and
found pleasure in accord with the
inclination prompting. Mr. T.
J. Anderson had charge of the
lemonade stand, and during the
day about 80 gallons of that bev
erage was disposed of. This fact
is sufficient evidence that it was
good. About half that amount of
ice-water was also used.
The children.were happy, play
ing such games as “tap the rabbit,’
“many, many stars in the. heavens,’
etc. The swings were also freely
used, and many “saplings” bent
down served the boys as “horses.”
To the older people the occasion
was fall of social enjoyment,
watching the merry-making of the
ckildern, and listening to their
joyous laughter, completely unre
Dinner time came in due order,
and all were ready for it An at
tempt to describe that dinner
would be altogether useless. It
was altogether unsurpassable
variety, quantity and management,
and more than two-fold abundant
for those who partook of it. It
was equal to the best culinary
skill of the ladies who prepared it,
and in that lfoe our ladies have no
The picnic concluded at about
4 o’clock, some going home ear
lier. It was a complete success as
ud occasion of plensure. Howev
er, very general regret was ex
pressed that the Havsliallville and
Montezuma schools could not be
present, in response to the invita
tions extended. This fact, though,
was due to tho failure of these
schools to secure transportation.
Our people were happy then,
and are happy now, that they were
enabled, by the blersings of Prov
idence to enjoy such a day.
There are..many who desire that
some arrangement be made to
convert the hammock into a regu
We are not making much fuss,
but our town is gradually getting
a boom. We are expecting
very soon to have a variety works
here, as we learn it has been taken
hold of by three or four reliable
parties who purchased lots here
This section was vistied by a se
vere hail and rain storm last Sun
day afternoon, which did much
damage to the young cotton and
watermelon plants. Messrs. Paul
Frederick and Bill White’s entire
crops are reported almost rained.
Our friend, G. G. White, who
was reported to be in the field
against onr efficient sheriff, Milt
Cooper, was in town yesterday, and
I feel safe in saying he is not com
ing out for that office, as he was
very clean shaveD. The report
that he-was in the field was started
by some one saying he was learn
ing to pull his whiskers like Mr.
Miss Mattie Watson, of Macon,
who has been visiting relatives
here and at Bonaire, returned
home Sunday. Come again Miss
Mattie, there’s some one loDging
for- your smiles, and to hear yoar
soft words again.
We are glad to note those who
have been on the sick list for the
last few days are improving.
What has become of our fishing
. May Sth 1890.
SUMMED UP BY BILL HOUSTON.
—The Perry Rifles will be in
spected on the drill ground at the
armory to-morrow (Friday,) after- made a most favorable impression,
—Immediately after the adjourn
ment of the meeting of the demo
cratic executive committee, Rev.
Mr. Hunnicut, of Coweta county,
was introduced to the assembled
citizens, and then and there he de
livered a most excellent address.
He is a candidate for State Com
missioner of Agricnltunre, and his
address declared him to be a gen
uine friend of the farmers, whose
interests are the especial care of
the office he hopes to fill. He
The bafbacue was a grand suc-
cuccess. Everybody had a good
time. One thousand more men
could hare easily been supplied
with choice bits of pork, mntton
and beef. Everything was done
to please and we are glad that a
satisfactory smile crowned the
face of avery visitor. The barbe
cue is here to stay, and we annonce
that on Tuesday the 13th of May,
will again be open to friends at
Bonaire, on the Georgia Southern
& Florida railroad. On that day we
propose to have a grand barbecue,
enough for 1,500 people, and will
give all present the chance of buy-
a corner lot in that thriving
village, twenty-two miles from
Macon, and in the splendid agri
cultural belt of Houston, occupied
by a host of first-class farmers.
The Watsons, the Sassers, Smiths,
Thompsons and Feagins, all bear
testimony to the fertility • of the
farms and healthfulness of the
climate. Bonaire is one of the
best points on the road. Keep
your .eye on it, for it is sure to grow.
Five years from now lots will rule
from §500 to SI,500 that you may
get at this sale- for a nominal snm.
Don’t be a clam, keep up with the
procession, and you will grow rich
in just the proportion that you in-
yesf in these new towns.
Wellston is now on a boom; over
twenty houses will go np at once.
The same will be said of Bonaire
after this sate. Put a few hundred
dollars in this town ana you will
be pleased with the results.
Mr. George M. Feagin is now
organizing a company for a cotton
seed fertilizer company, also a'
steam ginnery and other improve
ments. Don’t forget the day, Tues
day, May the 13th. Trains will
leave union passenger depot at 9
o’clock. Send for plat.
W. W. & R. S. Collinb.
noon, by Col. C. M. Wiley, of an d it j s quite probable that he
will receive a considerable support
Macon. Capt. Davis has ordered
the company to appear at .the ar- Houston county,
mory promptly at 4:30 p. m., iu ’
fatigue uniform, with arms and
accoutrements ready for inspec
tion. There will be a parade on
the streets after the inspection.
—Dr. John T. Gordon returned
t) Perry last week from Atlanta
with a diploma in dentistry from
the Southern Medical College.
—It is proposed to hold a series
of religions services at the Perry
Methodist church, beginning at 11
o’clook next Sunday, and continu
ing through at least one week, per
haps longer. Rev. N. D. Moore-
house, the pastor, has not yet an
nounced as to whether he will have
help from a distance.
—Dr. Griffin, originally of
Greenville, S. C., recently of Ma
con, is in Perry, to take charge of
the drug store to be established by
Dr. L- A. Felder. He is an expe
Subscirbe for the Home Journal.
News scarce this week.
We are having a fine raiu this
morning, which is much needed on
the oat crop. Crops are lookin
well in this section of the county.
Mr. R. G. Watson will soon have
Judge King’s store house at Bo
Two of the most selfish men
about fish in this community are
R. G. W. and A. C. B. They bring
out- a load twice a week and carry
them home, and then close their
doors for fear that their near neigh
bors will smell them cooking.
Well, let them rip; Messrs. "J. M.
P. and J. N. B. are going to put
in some fish baskets, and the first
mess they catch they will invite
these gentlemen to sapper, and
will bet my old hat they will come,
just as if they hadn’t seen a fish
in six months. The doors of the
latter gentlemen are always open,
except in the warmest days of
campaign, when they have to keep
them closed to keep the candidates
J. M. Pitts has the best melon
vines in this section. I don’t hear
anything of the Judge’s nail keg
I have always heard that “the
larger the ears the better the hear
ing,” but it is not so in telling,
know some with very small ears
who can tell more than anybody
else, whether, they hear it or not.
The man who wants to have some
thing to do with everybody’s busi
ness, is the man whom no oue
wants to nttend to his bnsiness.
Misses Ola and Claud Barker,
two of Bonaire’s charming young
ladies, spent a few days last week
with relatives at Tivola. ,
A man can't entertain company
and chop cotton. A gentleman
drove up to Mr. J. N. Barker’s
field the day he started to chop
cotton. Mr. Barker’s whole soul
and mind was on what he was
doing, and nothing else. The gen
tleman said: “Good morning, Mr.
Barker.” Mr. B. replied: “Ju9t
started to-day.” “How is yonr
health, sir?” “I had three hands,
but one of them got sick.” “How
is your family, this morning?” “I
won’t get through with my old
cotton this week.” “Well, I will
be going, good-day, Mr. Barker.”
“Yes, I would be glad to have a
good rain on my oats.” The gen
tleman went his way, and Mr.
Barker kept chopping.
I heard a man say the day after
the send storm that he was gomg
to sow cabbage seeds in bis eyes.
It is not likely that his cabbages
will suffer for woik.
Candidates are so polite we
don’t know what to do with them.
I don’t wonder that there are so
many candidates, and that they love
to canvass the county so long.
Those who get beat get two or
three months board for nothing,
and that is right good pay; while
those that are lucky enough to get
the election make a big thing of
it. If the candidates who visit
this section, coming from Perry or
Fort Yalley, will, after passing the
Bivins place, take the left hand
road, leading to F. M. Walker’s,
they will find him at the well near
his house, where they will be wel
comed to just as much, good water
as they can drink, and Mr. W. will
entertain them daring their stay
We are sorry to note that Mrs.
Brown, mother of Mr. C. E. Brown,
is quite sick.
May 4th; 1890.
We have in store on Oiix*i’oll Street, a choice stock of
Jewelry, Hatches, Clocks, Spectacles, Table and Pocket
Catzcry, Sslrerwarc and Sewing Machine Attachments.
pirst’Qfass Goods af Lowest Pfrcees.
j£SS~Repair work on Watehes, Jowelrr, etc., done promptly and well.
NELSON & JOBSON, Perry, Ga.
SPRING GOODS! SPRING GOODS!
SPRING STOCK is rapidly coming in, and I am showing somo
BEAUTIFUL GOODS AT VERY LOW PRICES!
White Goods. Dress Goods, Challics. Ginghams, Prints, Scrims, etc. Table Dam
ask, Doilies and Towels.
NICE LOT OF CASS1MERS FOR MEN AND BOYS.
SHOES FOR EVERYBODY.
TINWARE AND HARDWARE OF EVERY DESCRIPTION.
I keep constantly on hand all staple and domestic Dry Goods and Groceries.
Call and examine, and get prices No trouble to show goods.
X-.- :e\ cateb,
“Listen to my tale of woe,
Johnnie, and his sisters too,
Got snagged in the orchard at early dew,
Poisoned blood in their systems quickly
But'their mother was wise,
To her husband’s surprise
And with little money and no (do
Made them healthy by taking WmI*
drldge’s 'Wonderful Care.”
Wooldridge’! Wonderful Cure Co., Columbia, Ga.
Gentlemen:—It affords me more real _1
bottles of your W. W. C . have worked miracles in my case of
. to say that oa«.half dotes
tho gicge'of Knoxville, more than twenty years ago. Dnring that memoralile time. I _wu
’ ' ■'* ^ * M ‘ tJ_J which cans * **** ““
, all of
fraud, so far as ay case
when a friend anggested thanae of
I I x Hot Springs u it did n»t effect a cure. I accepted
nis proposition, and am to-day, in myjndgmeut. as sound a man as lives, and weigh 4fteeu
pounds more thanl did before commencing your W. W. C. W. M. TUJCJjr—
Columbut, Ga., March IB, 1889.
was concerned; and made np my mind to try Hot i
jour W. W.C., with a proffer of my expensotoF
W.W. C. for sale by all Druggists. Manufactured by Wooldridge’s Wonder,
fnl Cure Co., Columbus, Ga.
THE SOUTHERN MUTUAL
Building and Loan Association.
Home Oflice, Atlanta, Georgia.
AUTH0BIZED CAPITAL, $5,000,000. STOCK TAKEN TO DATE, $1,500,000.
S^“Subseri ptions to stock can be paid -in small monthly installments
Money will be loaned at a low rate of interest, payment mads on the installment
plan, bnt these loans are made to stockholders only.
FARMERS MAT BECOME MEMBERS,
and secure the benefits of loans at a low rate of interest.
-A.S an Investment, there is nothing in the financial world to eqnal it
If Yon Want to Build a Home, this association will build it for
yon on easier terms than paying rent.
-A. Branch Association has been organized in Peny. See theLooal
Agent at once and take stock. Borrowers are treated, “First come, first served.’
So it is to the interest of those who contemplate borrowing to subscribe at ones*
D. D. BATEMLACJ, Local Agent, Perry, 6a.
Parlor Suits, Chamber Suits, Bedsteads, Chairs, Tables’!
Safes, Mattresses, Bureaus, etc. of all descriptions.
Court of Ordinary.
Judge Houser granted the fol
lowing orders in the regular May
term of Houston Court of Ordina
ry last Monday.
Mrs. C. M. Holleman appointed
administratrix on estate of Barnett
Holleman^ of this county deceased.
J. J. Marshburn appointed guar
dian of Mary Estelle BryaD, minor.
Mrs. Lucie A. Wimberly, guar
dian of Hattie A. Wimberly, grant
ed leave to sell the real estate be_
longing to said ward.
E. S.-Wellons, administrator of
estate^of John Tharp, deceased,
granted letters of dismission from
R. C. Aultman, administrator on
estate of James Gates,.was required
by an order of this court to make
settlement with the heirs.
—Mr. R. D. Brown brought to
Perry last Tuesdry a Florida rattle
snake skin that was tanned by a
Seminole Indian. It was secured
in Florida by Willie Brown while
on a camp hunt in Florida, and
given to his father. The leather
is pliant and strong; 7 feet 4 inches
long, and 10 inches wide. Mr.
Brown will have a vest made of
this unique material.
Corn in ear for sale by
T. D. Gurb, near Perry.
—Moldings for picture frames,
for sale by J. H. Logne, Fort Yal
FOR SASH OR ON INSTALLMENT.
Complete Undertaking Department.
We Maye a Complete Stock and
Full Assortment of Commercial
Stationery, and duplicate Macon or
Atlanta prices in this class of work.
G-B'E US % IPiIAL ORDER
JPJHUEt JEie IT HE OTEL
POLITE ATTENTION GIVEN ALL GUESTS. COMFORTABLi
ROOMS. TABLE SUPPLIED WITH THE BEST
EDIBLES THE MARKET AFFORDS.
RATES: $2*0.0PER DAY.
Liberal redaction by the week, or by the month.