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1ICE, TWO DOLL
IS A YEAR.
Jno.H.HODGES, Editor anf “-
PEhEY.iTHUESDAX, Septembeb 4. held.
in the next three months
vitl be ample opportunity for
bat th e alliance of Georgia
did well to enter politics vigorous-
On the first Wednesday in Octo
ber next the state election will be
W. J. NORTHEN, of Hancock.
For Secretary of State,
PHILIP COOK, of Lee.
For State Treasurer,
B. H. HARDEMAN, of Newton.
For Comptroller General.
W. A. WEIGHT, of Richmond,
For Attorney General,
GEOBGE N. LESTEB, of Cobb.
For Commissioner of Agriculture,
B. T. NESBITT, of Cobb. .
For Senator—23rd District,
J. M. CULPEPPER, of Houston.
For Bepresentatives—Houston County.
B. N. HOLTZCLAW,
Por Congress—Third District,
GHAS. F. CBISP, of Sumter.
Give Us Our Share.
Subscribers to the Home Journal
Jiave not been asked for money
for the paper since last winter, and
not many of them then. Now,
however, we must ask all who owe
subscription to pay on nr before
October. 1st, if practicable.. A
bank note against the editor must
be paid early in October, and we
call on our patrons to assist us,
The subscription price will be $1.50
a year to all who. pay before or
during the October session of
Houston Superior Court.
The cotton receipts in all mar
kets were extraordinarily large last
The entire cotton crop of the
United States this season is esti
mated at 7,200,000 bales.
It is semi-officially reported that
Brazil is ready to enter into a re
ciprocal trade treaty with the
The directors of the . Piedmont
Exposition are considering a trades
display for the coming exhibition
at Atlanta in October.
The Mississippi constitutional
convention is still in session at
Jackson. The question of regu
lating the election franchise has
not been settled.
On Tuesday, November 4th,
Georgia will again elect ten dem
ocratic congressmen. Dr. W. H.
Felton, of.the Seventh district, will
not be among the number.
An allianceman will be our gov
ernor, and a majority of the legis
lators will be alliaDcemen, or men
primarily endorsed and nominated
The governor will have full op
portuhity to show the people . that
he is worthy of the position to
which he will be elevated. By his
condnctin office the measure of his
statesmanship and executive abili
ty will be fixed. In the same way
it will be shown whether or not he
favors a class, or the whole people.
We are satisfied he will prove him
self equal to the emergency, and
give the entire people of Georgia
an honest, just and able adminis
With the legislature a great re
sponsibility will abide. A majori;
ty of its members, will be new
members, men weighted. with
pledges, positive or implied, to
their constituents. These men
direct from their farms, are known
to heartily favor legislation that
will lift some of the burdens th‘at
rest neavily upon the agricultural
interests of the state. In striving
to accomplish this purpose the
test of ability and fitness will ap
ply with full force. If they serve
the farmers ably, without detri
ment to other legitimate interests,
mercantile, professional or indus
trial, they will win the reward of
merit, and the plaudits of all hon
est men iir the state.
It is known that the farmers
want a more liberal public school
system—a '"System that will
crease the facilities of the country
districts, without- doing injustice
to the towns. The alliance mem
bers will have the numerical pow
er to do this, and all else they un
dertake within the limits of the
It is known that the farmers fa
vor a session within the constitu
tion—bi-ennial, and limited to for
ty days. On this line, it is de
manded that members should at
tend each daily session, unless
prevented by providential cause.
The farmers of Georgia object to
legislators using free railroad
passes, and frequent trips home.
These and other opinions of the
people concerning desired legisla
tion and the duties of legislators,
are known to the men who will
serve Georgia in the next General
Nothing impossible or wrong, is
demanded, and the legislators will
have full and free opportunity to
prove themselves worthy, and to
justify the position assumed by
Every act of the next Georgia
legislature will be critically noted.
Houston Confederate Veterans.
The Board of Trustees of the
Confederate Soldiers’ Home of
Georgia, situated near Atlanla, de
sire to know the number of needy
Confederate soldiers in the state,
and in order to secure this infor
mation, a circular letter has been
addressed to the ordinaries of the
several counties. Ordinary Hous
er has received this circular,
which he is requested to answer
ths following questions concerning
the needy veterans of Houston
1. How many needy ex-Confed-
erates Soldiers are there in the
2. How many of them were
wounded during the war—where
3. How many of them, giving
name, Company and Begiment,
will be willing to come to the Con
4. How many of such as would
be willing to come Jiave families,
and if they wish to bring their
families—giving age, sex and num
ber of each family.
5- How many of such as would
be willing to come are able to do
work of any kind, and the condi
tion of the health of each?
6. What is the present Occupa
tion of applicants or their families,
and whether any of them are sup
ported by the County or other
8. How many will come with
8. Whether applicants are bona
fide citizens of Georgia, and if so
9. How many of such as are
willing to come are now or have
been drawing pensions from the
The Home is about complete,
and the funds contributed
about exhausted by the purchase
of 125 acres of land and the erec
tion of the building. There being
no money to .maintain the home,
the next legislature will doubtless
be petitioned to make an appropri
ation for that purpose.
The information asked is in or
der to place the exact condition of
affairs before the lagislature, and
it is earnestly desired that the
Veterans referred to by the ques
tions report to Ordinary Houser as
soon as possible.
GATHERED BY REPORTER.
Cotton picking is the order of
the day. It is thought that the
greater part of the cotton crop will
be gathered daring the month of
Mr. O. L. Eenfroe, of Macon,
visited home folks last Sunday.
Miss Lula Stubbs is visiting
friends at Elberta.
A good many of the people of
this section attended the general
meeting at Mt. Paron church, in
Crawford county, last Saturday and
Sunday, and report having a good
Mr. G. M. Scarborough has three
children sick with la grippe. It is
hoped they will soon recover.
We are sorry to note the relapse
of Miss Mollie Beynolds. She
has been sick with typhoid fever
about two months.
Messrs. D. Thompson, J. F
Scarborough and Charles Stubbs
went to the Ocmulgee river swamp
squirrel hunting last Saturday, but
report poor luck, as the musqui-
toes were so numerous that they
could not shoot for fighting the in
Avery enjoyable entertainment
was given at the residence of Mr.
D. J. Permenter last Thursday
night, in honor of Miss Alice
Moore, one of Monroe county's
fairest young ladies. Miss Alice
will return to her home in a few
days, and she will leave many sad
hearts, for she is loved by all
whom she met. We hope for
repetition of her visit soon.
Tlmrp’s Mill Movements.
PENNED BY PLOW BOY.
Track-laying on the Macon and
Dublin railroad will begin as soon
as the rails are received, a bill of
lading for which was in the hands
of the officials at Macon last Sat
Judge Crisp will be elected to
congress by a larger vote than was
given Mm two years ago. Many
of the colored people will refuse to
vote for Gibson, the republican
Speaker Reed is afraid he will
be defeated for congress at the
next election, and he has forsaken
his place in the House of Repre
sentatives to look after his politi
cal interests m Maine.
It is now asserted that the fash
ion discarding bustles was brought
about by a newspaper letter from
Washington, which had no foun
dation except in the fertile brains
of the correspondents.
It is positively asserted that
there will be alliance opposition to
the election of Gen. Gordon to the
United States Senate, andNorthen,
Norwood and Gartrell are men
tioned in that connection.
The statesmanship of * Hon.
Grover Cleveland assumes gigantic
proportions in comparison to the
political littleness of Benjamin
Harrison, present occupant of the
White House at WasMngton.
The business men of Macon are
enthusiastic over their coming
trades display, which they say will
be the grandest thing of the sort
ever seen in Georgia. It will be
on October 24th—day and night.
The York Alliance, Houston
county, has not been fairly treated
by the Southern Alliance Farmer,
organ of the State Alliance. At a
recent meeting of York sub-alli
ance resolutions endorsing Gov.
Gordon for Senator were adopted.
and among other papers, the Alli
ance Farmer was requested to pub
lish them. The alliance organ ig
nored the request, though made by
alliancemen in good standing .It
seems thatihe organ wantai-no al
liance news in its columns that is
not in accord with its prearranged
In accordance with a request
from the State Alliance convention,
Gov. Gordon has requested the
governors of all the cotton states
to meet in convention at Atlanta
on the 10th of September, next,
Wednesday, to consider the ques
tion of shipping cotton direct from
southern ports to all foreign ports.
The convention should contain ev
ery governor and delegates from
every state, designated. The pur
pose is freighted with great bene
fits to the south, and earnest, united
effort will accomplish it.
Senator Sherman has offered
an amendment to the tariff bill
providing for reciprocity with Can
ada. If this scheme is carried far
enough to embrace all nations, we
will come nearer having free trade
than democrats ever hoped for. It
seems that the republican protec
tive schedule is not giving satis
faction to all members of that par
The Hotel Lanier at Macon
maintains its popularity with the
travelling public. This is largely
The most disgraceful scene ever
witnessed in the House of Repre
sentatives occurred last week,
republican congressman was so
grossly vulgar that the ladies in
the gallery hurriedly left the house.
Then a row commenced, and oaths
and blows were freely used
Speaker Reed used no word of re
buke, and no vote of censure was
The opposition to CoL Everett
in the Seventh district is nothing
less than independentism, though
a so-called “straight-oat democrat-
convention has endorsed Dr.
Felton for Congress. It should be
remembered that Dr. Felton is the
creator of independentism
By invitation Gov. Gordon ad
dressed several thousand alliance-
men near Eatonton, Putnam coun
ty, last Friday. After the speech
resolutions were adopted reitera
ting confidence in Gov. Gordon,
and endorsing him for United
States Senator, to succeed Senator
Judge T. G. Lawson is the dem- due to the hospitality of Manager
ocratic nominee of the Sth
gressional district of Georgia. The
convention met at Athens on last
Thursday, and on Saturday Judge
Lawson was nominated on the
The alliance opposition to Gov
Gordon as a candidate for senator
rails far short of unanimity. Sev
eral alliance gatherings have en
dorsed him for that position, and
the leffislature will elect him by a
I. D. Crawford. He devotes him
self assiduously to the comfort and
service of his gugsts, and his
clerks, waiters and porters are
courteous and prompt. The Hotel
Lanier is thetnost convenient pub
lic house in Macon for people who
visit that city on business.
Secretary Jemison says the
next Georgia state fair will be one
of the best ever held. Applications
for space are constantly being
Probably more than a dozen
companies will contend for the
prizes in the state military drill
the Piedmont Exposition. The
Constitution places the Perry
Rifles at the head of the list of
companies .that have signified their
intention to enter the contest.
The Farmers’ Alliance of Min
nesota has a strong state ticket
the field. The platform is demo
cratic, though the membership
composed cMefly of former repnb
licans. The situation is favorable
to the democratic party, in state
and congressional contests.
The alliance democrats control
led the organization of both
branches of the Oklahoma legisla
ture last Thursday, electing pre
siding officers of their number.
They secured several republican
votes, on a promise to favor Okla
homa City for the capital.
The following gentlemen have
been appointed members of the
Georgia democratic executive com
mittee, from the state at large
Thos. Hardeman of Bibb, T.
De Jarnette of Putnam, W.
Little cf Muscogee, F. G. Tate
No man in Georgia can claim
the suffrage of the people as his
due, until he is endorsed by a con
tention or a primary. Every dem
ocratic nominee, however, has
just claim upon every democratic
vote in his county, district
All kinds of Bowel Complaints
are promptly relieved by usingLa
mar’s Diarrhoea Mixture.
—Go to C. F.
Cooper & Co. for
We call the attention of our
readers to this old established dry
goods house, well and favorably
known as “The Empire Store,”
Triangular Block, Macon, Ga.
Their Mammoth Fall Stock is
now about in and in place, and pre
sents bargains and attractions too
numerous for mention in detail.
Their domestic goods, bleached
and brown sheetings, shirtings,
sea islands, prints, ginghams, seer
suckers, percale, canton flannels,
&c., were bonght early in the sea
son, before the recent decided ad
vance on the goods, and will, at
least for the next thiriy days, be
sold by them at same old prices.
For the next ten days, Burden,
Smith & Ellis will make a special
run on table damask, towels and
napkins and house furnishing
goods.. Now is the time to buy
these goods if u want to get some
decided bargains. It would well
repay the trouble and expense of a
trip to Macon. Dress Goods this
season are prettier than ever, and
are shown by this bouse in a great
variety of prices from the cheapest
to the most expensive fabrics and
in all the most desirable effects and
colorings. They must be seen to
In dealing with Messrs. Burden,
Smith & Ellis one may be assured
of correct styles, and reliable
goods, of prompt and courteous
attention from experienced sales
men, of fair and square dealing and
They cheerfully furnish samples
on application, and pay express
charges on orders of $10 and up-
wwds. Call and see them when
you visit Macon, or send them a
trial order, and our word for it you
will be satisfied.
The cotton crop is short.
News is very scarce just now.
A good rain would help at pres
Everybody is wanting “hands”
to gather the fleecy staple. If the
weather continues good, the bulk
of the cotton cro^will be housed
by the last of the month.
Your correspondent is now firing
the engine for his father. He likes
to be engineer very well.
Jeff Hunt felt as big as his “big
bud’, the other day when he pick
ed 200 pounds of cotton.
I saw Mr. Stafford riding a horse
Mr, J. M. Heard and wife and
Mr. J-. B. Hunt spent the latter
part of last week in Bibb, attend
ing a general meeting. Mr. Hunt
went as a delegate from Beaver
Messrs- Augustus and T. K.
Tharp, of Vienna, spent last Sun
day with their father.
Mrs. Katie Stripling, of Antho
ny, Florida, is visiting her aunt,
Mrs. M. R. Stripling.
Mr. and Mrs. Stafford spent Sun
day with Mr. Ben Stafford.
Miss Maxie Mortis, who has
been visiting relatives and friends
aronnd here and near Fort Valley,
for the past few weeks, returned to
her home at Cordele last Sunday,
much to the regret of F.-
We noticed that Mr. Parham had
a good many guests last Sunday,
but were unable to get names.
The Cotton Planters ank Ginuers
of the South.
Your attention is called to the
new Cotton Bloom Gin, which has
all the latest improvements, in
cluding balance wheel on brush,
which is peculiar to this make of
gin and is used on no other. If you
intend buying a gin this season it
will pay you to look into the mer
its of this gin. This company and
its predecessors have made cotton
gins for nearly fifty years, and are
experts in the cotton gin work.
These gins are made in the most
substantial manner—strong and
heavy, with long bearings; every
part being so nicely made and ad
justed that it is without doubt the
lightest running ginning outfit in
the world. For further particu
lars, prices, termB etc., address H.
W. Hubbard, the manufacturers’
general southern agent, at Allan
In the Bibb county democratic
primary Tuesday, Messrs. John T.
Boifeuillet, W. A. Huff and-Tracy
Baxter were nominated for the leg
islature. Messrs. R. W. Patterson
and J. B. Willis were defeated.
Mr. Willis tvas the alliance candi
The n'orth-bound passenger
train, No. 6, on the Montgomery
division of the Louisville & Nash
ville railroad, was robbed by
single man last Monday night, at
Flomaton, a station on the road.
The express safe was robbed of all
its contents. It is tbonght that
Bube Burrows was the robber.
Shepard’s B. B. Cologne is the
most lasting of all perfumes, and
its delicacy recommends it to ; all
Cholera prevented by using La
mar’s Diarrhoea Mixture.
Burden, Smith & Ellis.
' THE NEW
Corner of Carroll and Ball streets,
Fine Perfumes a Specially.
Kerosene and Lubricating
PRESCRIPTIONS CAREFULLY COM
POUNDED by one of the best druggists
in the state.
A choice line of
Cigars and Tobacco
Always on hand.
Open on Sunday from 8 to 10 a. m., and
from 330 p. m. to 6 p. m..
A share of public patronage is respect
L. A. FELDER, M.D.,
-Malaria produces Weakness,
General Debility, Loss of Appe
tite, Indigestion and Constipation.
Grove’s Tasteless Chill Tonic
is a perfect Antidote for Malaria
and removes the cause which pro
duces these troubles. Removes
Billionsness without purging. Is
as large as any Dollor Tonic, and
retails for 50c. Is as pleasant as
Lemon Syrup. Try it, and you will
be delighted. There are many im
itations. To get the genuine, ask
for Grove’s. Never fails to cure
Chills. Sold by Holtzclaw & Gil
bert, Perry, Ga.
HATS, BONNETS, TOQUES
H ATS AND BONNETS trimmed to or
der, according to the latest fashion
CEOICE GOODS. SATISFACTORY WORE.
Call and see my new goods.
Mrs. M. C. HOOK,
Carroll Street, Perry, Ge.
-We have just received a nice
lot of Jeans.
C. F. Cooper & Co.
28}< Whitehall Street, Atlanta, Ga.
SFECIALIST. CROWNS AND BRIDGES.
Tax Collector’s Notice.
I will he at the following places in
Houston county, on the days and dates
named, to collect state and county taxes
LaVilla 8 to 10 a m, Monday Sept. 8.
York, 12 to 2 p m, “ “ “
Bonair, 8tol0am, Tuesday “ 9.
Faulk’s, 12 to t p m, “ “ “
Hayneville 9 to 10 a m, Wed. “ 10.
Hickory Grove, 12 to 1 p m, Wed. Sept-.
Henderson, 9 to 10, Thursday, Sept. 11
Taylor’s, 12tolpm,-“ “ “
Murph’s, 9 to 10 am, Friday, Sept. 12.
Ft. Valley, 2 tod pm, “ “ .
Powersville, 9 to 10 a m, Monday Sept.
Byron 11 to 1pm, Monday Sept. 15.
Hnnfs8to9a m, Tuesday Sept* 16.
Houston Factory,'ll to 1 p m, Tmsaday
And will be at Perry daring October
term, 1890, of Houston Superior Court,
for the same purpose.
Tax Colleotor Houston County.
HOUSTON SHERIFF’S SALE.
I will sell on the first Tuesday in Oc
tober next before the the Court House
door in the town of Perry between the
legal hours of sale the following prop
Lots of land Nos. 56, 73, north half of
lot No. 72, sixty-eight acres in the north
west comerof lotNo. 25; also, 136 acres
of lot No-55, and 101M acres of lot Ne.
57; all in the 11th district of Houston
county, and levied on as the property of
James L Jones, to satisfy afi. fa- issued
from Houston Superior Court, in favor
of S. Waxelbaum & Bro. vs. James L
M. Ii. COOPER, Sheriff.
Perry, Ga., Sept. 2,1890.
Under the order of the Court of Or
dinary of said county, I will sell before
the-court house in said county, on the
first Tuesday in October next, within the
legal hours of sale, all the lands of the
late Thomas Hardison, except the wid
ow’s dower, being portions of lots Nos.
84 and 109 in the 6th district of said
county, containing 115 acres more or less.
Sold for distribution. Terms cash.
Adm’r. Thos. Hardison, dec’d.
W.-D. Day, administrator of the es
tate of Sarah Hudson, of said county, de
ceased, has applied for leave to sell the
lands of said estate:
This is therefore to cite all persons con
cerned to appear at the October term,
1890, of the Court of Ordinary of said
county, and ghow cause, if any they
have, why said application should not he
3 my off
J. O. Sandefur, ^administrator of the
estate of J. C. Morris, of said county,
deceased, has applied for leave to sell the
japfla belonging to the estate of said de-
°^Eiis is therefore to cite all persons con
cerned to appear at the October term,
1890 of the court of Ordinary of said conn-
tv, and show cause, if any they have, why
g^id application should not be granted:
Witness my official signature tMeSep
Central Georgia Alliance
POPLAR STREET, MACON, GA.
Cotton Received, Stored and Handled at Lowest Pri Css
Insurance Low. Wei.srhts Fair.
“We Price our Own Cotton”
R, W • 3ONNERj Manager.
ALL-ART) BARNWELL, Salesman.
We Ae DAVIS,
COTTON COMMISSION MERCHANT
451 Mulberry Street, : : : MACON,
UpW Strict personal attention to all business.
AMPLE ARRANGEMENTS iFOR HANDLING COTTON.
LIBERAL ADVANCER AT LOWEST RATES.I
PROMPTNESS AND POLITENESS ARE MY MOTTO.
I solicit your patronage find guarantee full satisfaction.
BALICOOM, RaY & 0INKLEr7
450 MULBERRY STREET, MACON, GEORGIA.
WHOLSALE DEALERS IN
GROCERIES Sil COUNTRY PRODUCE.
Corn, Oats, Hay, Bran, Meat; Sugar; Coffee. |
ZSa.grg'in.g' a/n.d- Ties,
AND A GENERAL ASSORTMENT OF CANNED GOODS.
* IS” Write to us, or call at the store,and we will guarantee satisfaction in every I
The Georgia Alliance Becord.
A large 8-page weekly, devoted to al
liance news, agriculture, horticulture,
stock-raising, literary and general news.
Send for a sample copy.
Address ALLIANCE RECORD,
The Hour Journal and the Alliance
Record will be sent to one address one
year for $2.30, strictly in advance.
Corel Boil,. Old Sores, Scrofulous Ulcers, Scrof
ulous Sores, Scrofulous Humor and all scrofulous
** t«ei. Primary. Secondary and Tertiary Con-
ous Blood Poison, Ulcerous Sores, diseases of
Rheumatism, Constitutional Blood Poison,]_ __
curia! Rheumatism, Diseases of the Bones, Gen
eral DefiUlty and aU diseases arising from im-
Blood or Hereditary Taint. Sold by retail 6 _
fiats. $1 per bottle. Roy Remedy Co., Atlanta, Ga.
PRIDE OF PERRY
THE BEST AND CHEAPEST
To Those Contemplating ihe
OF A PIANO.
Yon can buy a Piano from $150 upward. Let
hb know how much you care to invest, and we will
give the fall value or, your money.
The beat instruments are seporior in all res
pecta, and if deeired mast be paid for. Theze
is no alternative.
What are yon willing to pay?
We would suggest the following to aid yon:
AVE JUST RECEIVED a large lot of Ladies’ Fintl
Shoes from Evitt & Brother, of Baltimore, and the|
“Mensing Shoe Co.,” of Rochester, New York.
The Best Shapes, and Erery Pair Guamnteed,
Buttons riveted, free of cost, on all Shoes bought frojn|
I keep constantly on hand a first-class stock of
DRY GOODS, NOTIONS, HATS, CLOTHING, HARD-J
WARE AND GROCERIES.
See them and get prices before buying- elsewhere.
2L.- IF 1 . CiLTEie,
FOR GASH OR ON INSTALLMENT.
Parlor Suits, Chamber Suits, Bedsteads, Chairs, Tables
Safes, Mattresses, Bureaus, etc. of aU descriptions.
Complete Undertaking Department.
nv mmmrn it@n*
We liavo in store on Carroll Street, a choice stock of
Jewelry, Watches, Clocks, Svectacles, Table and Pocket
Cutzery, Sslverwarc and Sewing Machine Attachments.
jZS-Repair work on Watches, Jewelry, etc., done promptly and well.
NELSON & JOBSON, 'Perry, Ga.
The favorite Piano of the world’* great singers
Patti and Nilsson. Positive evenness of scale, sus
ceptibility of action, freedom from metallic tone
and extraordinary durability, characterizes this
world famous piano.
or in oth-
flrst-class piano within the.
reach of those of moderate means.
The Everett Piano took the highest award at the
icent Georgia State Fair for superior tone, per
fect action, and elegance in design and- finish.
The -victory was complete, though the Everett
came in competition with most of the best known
Pianos of the world.
The summit of superiority in a low price ptano.
The great parlor favorite on account of its not
being high-priced and shoddy, but low-priced and
reliable. Fall Cabinet and Grand.Size.
ALL HONOR AND GLORY TO GEORGIA!
The first of the southern states to invent and man
ufacture a.Piano! And greater the honor and dis
tinction when i; can be shown thattlie
GEORGIA MADE PIANO
has improvements which no other piano has or
A PEKPECTSOPT PEDAL.
So constructed that it can be applied and held in
position for any length of time without continued
pressure or the foot. With this wonderful Soft
Pedal arrangement the tone of the Piano is so
»ready reduced that u. person practicing can
scarcely be beard ontside of the.room. Worth its
weight in gold to persons of nervous temperament.
iner to c
Pi _ Bo heavy;
the object of which is to strengthen weak fiugeiH
and wrists. Soma persons can never iiecome good
performers on account or weak fingers and wrists.
The Cooper Piano (the Georgia Piano] has solved
tne problem in its duplex touch. No other piano
po8*e*seB tlie>e great improvements. In tone the
Cooper ia grand, every note being clear as a bell.
We handle in oar businevs pianos of nine differ
„ ent makes, and organa of five diflerent makes,
of said Conn- Write for catalogues of difierent manufacturers.
Call on or address.
GEORGIA MUSIC HOUSE,
558 Mulberry Street, Macon, Ga.
N\ B.—Our Piano* took ail premiums at the State
Fair of 1889. Pianos represented by other firms
took not a single premium. Merit win ten*
0. P. & B. E. WILLINGHAM & 00.,
MANUFACTURERS OF AND DEALEBS IN
SASH. DOORS, BLINDS, MOULDINGS,
MANTELS, PAINTS,! OIL, LIME,
MACON, - - - --- GA-
“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 snrprise
And with little money and ttO ado
Made them healthy by taking Wool*
dridge’s Wonderfnl Core.
proposition, and am to-dav, in my
pounds more than I did before comi—
Coiua&vt, Ga., March 1C, 1389.
W.W. C. for. sale by all Druggists.
fW Cure Co.) Columbus, Ga.
•when a friend sugges«;u ’ZJted
. if it did not effect a cure. I
a i_«>£ad a man as lives, and
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