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GEO D. WHEATLEY. IGEO. D. WHEATLEY.
Eternal Vigilance is The Price of Success. IVTOTHING pays better in business than eternal * watchfulness. It pays us, and in paying us, it’s bound to pay you. Never was there any season known when your buying chances were better than right now. Manu facturers and their agents are most anxious to sell, must sell, or take enormous losses later on. We’re always on the lookout for the best, and buy where it can be had the cheapest. Then we pass it right along to you at a small margin of profit, and thus you share the benefit of our vigi lance. The of a winter suit. It is a necessity; you’ll Clotfling. have to buy. Don’t procrastinate ;c ime now, while the stock is new and sizes are unbroken If a gentleman’s dress or business suit, boy’s school suit, child's kilt skirt, or an Overcoat for winter; you’ll find us ready, and our prices right 3 Piece or Vestee Suits for “the little fel lows,” 3 to 7 years old. plain or fancy trim med, many styles to choose from, at 81.60 to 83.50 suit, Bovs Double Breasted * School Sults, in black, navy or fancy Cheviots; any size from 5 to I(syears; nobby, perfect iitting and dur able, at 82.25 to 85.00 suit. Youth's nobby Cheviot and fancy Worsted suits, double or single breasted, saque, ex tremely stylish and well fitting, sizes la to 19 years, at 17.50 to BU.5j suit. Gentlemen’s business or half dress suits, single or double breasted saques of fancy Cheviots, Imported Worsteds, etc., all iu "regulars, stouts or leans,” from 33 to 44 breast, at 410.00 to 415.00 suit. Warm Winter tlme o it, and if you will Underwear. look over our line of Men’s, Women and Children’s Under wear, we’ll prove that you get as good value for money spent with us, as else where. Perhaps you get a little better value than elsewhere. These four items as hints of others. Men's Stockinet Undershirts,with Drawers to match, white or natufal color, extra fine gauze, fleeced lined, really ,worth 85c else where. Our price for shirt or drawers 50c each, cadies’ Fleeced Lined, ribbed Underveste, with pants to match, fine quality, pearl but tons, ribbed collorette and elastic skirt, same as found at 40c elsewhere. Our price for Undervest or pants, 25c each. Misses and Children’s derby Ribbed, and fine Merino Underwear, any size desired in white or natural shade. In suit or separate garments if desired, at 20c each. We like our store to be known as the place where good merchandise is sold for the lowest price consistent with good value. Come if you can I Send if you can ! If neither is possible, then write us for samples. Our Store isjOpen Every Night Till lo:oo P. M. 6eo. D. WHEATLEY, Corner Lamar StreeVand Cotion Avenue, o/ TJ/ic 7/ouember Tlnderpriced Offerings f NEW GOODS HAVE BEEN ADDED this week. Some of the lots will not last through the week; others will he sold in a day or two, Every thing offered is good, worthy merchandise, but every piece or yard of goods of f red in this sale is worth more money than you pay for it. The New Offerings Are Told of Below: 1,000 Yds 65c Pebble Cheviot at 39c. Handsome goods, 40 inches wide, made to sell at 65c; now at almost half price and one of the most popular fabrics of the sea son. Over 1,000 Remnants at Half Price, In almost every kind oi goods that we have sold this season. There has been big selling here* and it promises to continue. These little ends are in the way—no time for them in the regular stock; all placed on a big center counter and marked at half price. Many a pretty end; especially at tractive in this season’s newest goods at a trifling price; and lengths suitable for so many purposes —bargains all. 2,000 Yards Amoskeag Teastldown Outings, in fifty of the newest patterns, regularly sold for special in under priced offerings at 10c yd, 500 Pepperel Sheets and Pillow Cases Underpriced. First quality new and perfect. The Sheeting alone today is worth more than our price for the ready-made sheets and pillow cases; sheets at 49c each; pillow cases, hemmed 12%c; hemstitched 15c and 20c. Ladies’ Taffeta Silk Petticoats for Less Than Half Price. Beautiful Petticoats of heavy Taffeta Silk, made in the very newest styles. Ele gant goods at remarkable little price. We have a fairly good quantity as the store opens Monday morning. Before the day is done there will be a different story. Silk petticoats worth regular $7.50, $lO, $12.50 and sls. Choice now at $5 each. A. G. DUNCAN. rfis-r- 115 and "7 Forsyth Old Stand Americus,'/la. < blankets Then’s no fad about Blankets; and Comfortables no styl" or fash m ion in their make /f ceded //otv. up. You buy blankets for comfort and durabilitj just the plain honest value in them. Try these: Our 10-4 ‘White Fern” pure California wool of tine quality, with pink, blue, lilac or red borders, with silk binding, excellent val ue. Only 43.50 pair. Our 11-4 “Golden Gate” pure lambs wo<d of exqusite quality with beautiful borders ol pale blue, pink, lemon or cerise, with silk binding, superb value and only 85.00 pair. Satt Silk and Chinese Silkaiine Comforts, full size, these, and ol beautiful designs They look like our Florentine Silk, Swans Down Comfortables at 8D 00: they feel like them too, and the price of each is only 82.50. DAMAGED BLANKET SALE I Have 40 pairs, which we foolishly “salted down” last season instead of selling at a loss. 3 hey are fine goods too, and will come out of the laun dry “white assnow.” We cut the price in half now to avoid "camphor’’ later on; The 81.00 Blankets at 82 00 pair The 13.00 Blankets at 81.50 pair. The 82.03 Blankets at 81.00 pair. The 81.00 Blankets at 50c pair. the domestic , and Linen stocks, we Opecials. choose these for you You’ll find them all that can be desired for worth. They’re lower priced, too, than usual. All Linen Huck Towels, size 18x36, at 10c each. Extra size, superfine Crochet quilts, 75c each. Pepperlll Blaeached Pillow Cases, 45x36 inch, ready for use, 10c each. 10 4 Pepperlll Bfeached Sheets, hand torn and hemmed, at 55c each. 72 Inch Fine Linen Damask w.th Napkins to match, 60c yard. 72 Inch Full Bleached Satin Damask, with or without the napkins to match, 75 c yard. FELDER ACHIEVES SIGNAL VICTORY Is Nominated For Mayor By Large Plurality. GLOVER, FORT AND CAMERON. Lead In the Spirited Race For Alder manic Honors—Election Passed Off Without Special Incident—Friends of Victors Rejoice After a lapse of eight years Capt. John B, Felder will again occupy the high office of mayor of Americus, his victory at the polls yesterday being one of the most signal ever achieved in a contest for this place of honor at the hands of the democratic voters of Americus. Messrs. G. W. Glover, Lynn Fort and J. E. Cameron were the winners in the spirited aldermanic race, in which there were seven entries. While the election was a quiet and orderly one throughout, the undercur rent was very strong and rarely had a result been anticipated with keener in terest. This was especially true as re garded the aldermanic race. Very early in the day Mr. Felder’s friends claimed his election sure. From the hour of the opening of the polls until the window went down at 4 o’clock the candidates and their friends put forth every effort to insure their individual success. There were no issues, beyond those forcibly thrust into the campaign by over zealous friends of some of the candidates, and the average voter simply vote his personal preference among the several aspirants. It required but two hours to count the 541 votes cast, and the announce ment of the result, as given below, was received with great shouts from friends of the victors. In the mayoralty race the vote stood: Felder, 316; Wallis, 191; Clarke, 32; Mr. Felder receiving a handsome plurality of the vote cast. I -The result in the aldermanic race was: G. W. Glover, 307; Lynn Fort, 281; J. E. Cameron, 221; W. E, Brown, 212; A. T. Oliver, 199; . E A. Lockett, JlB7, B. H. Mayo, 148. Messrs. Glover, Fort and Cameron being tne three leaders were declared the nominees for council. City Clerk Davis received the full vote cast, as did members of the ex ecutive committee: Messrs. J. T. Stal lings, H. L. Mize, A. C. Bivins, W. L. Childers and J. A. Davenport. Prickly Ash Bitters can be de pended on to cure the kidneys, correct the urine, strengthens the stomach and relieves backache. Dr. E. J. Eldridge. For Sale. An elegant Maple folding tied. S. C. Dean, Allen House. Loans 5 Per Cent. Choice city loans made at 5 per cent, interest. G. R. Ellis, Americus, Ga. Foster Paul & Co’s Kid Gloves. They are adjustable, fitting every size wrist perfectly. They will not fly open on account of strain. There are no button holes to tear out nor buttons to come off. They do not catch in lace or wearing ap parel. No button hooks or hairpins re quired. No attachment necessary to make fasteners complete. Not one pair in fifty thousand requires repairs so far as fasten ers are concerned. Other glove’s fasten ers need constant repairing or new ones substituted. They are the best kid glove made to sell for sl. We have a full line in black, white and all the leading shades. Men’s White Dress Shirts—The 85c. Kind for 50c. Each. Just twelve dozen of these very good shirts left. Had four times that many few days ago. Monday will probably close out this remaining lot. They are shirts with linen bosoms and made of good muslins, and carefully, honestly made, equal in every detail to a good 85c. shirt, sizes 14 to 17. Price 50c each. Manufacturers samples of Ladies’ Hemstitched Handkerchiefs, worth up to 25c. Choice at 5c each. Men’s fine all-linen Hemstitched Hand kerchiefs; extra large sizes; never sold for less than 20c. Here at 12 l-2c. each. Men’s fast black and tan half Hose, high spliced heelsand toes; worth as usual ly sold 15c. We will sell 6 pairs to one cus todier, no more no less, for 50c. 1000 Yards 38-inch Curtain Scrim; regular selling price, 71c Here at 376 c yard. 1 The Old Reliable Jewelry Store. £ £ ’.C All tbe latest designs in FINE SILVERWARE, & < JEWELRY & i? - g- and goods found in a first-class store. can be’f°und'at £ G. T. SULLIVAN, Successorto Americus Jewelry and Watchllnspector Georgia A Alabama R. R. Next to Ladies’ Entrance Windsor Hotel. THE WORLD’S NEED OF COTTON. Already 14,000,000 Bales Could Be Consumed. The world’s yearly consumption of cotton is about 14,000,000 bales, of 500 pounds each. This amount is required to keep in operation about 105,000,000 spindles, and were the price right to induce its cultivation all this cotton could be produced in the United States, even without any increase in acreage, if intensive farming should be resorted to. There is no reason to suppose, however, that increase in the consumption of cotton, as has been ob served within the last 20 or 30 years, is soon to be abated. The number of spindles noted could easily carry the consumption up to an additional mill ion of bales, as the basis of that for 1898-99. There are undeveloped mark ets all over the world that are yet to be supplied with the manufactured arti cle, to say nothing of au enlarged de mand from an increasing population in the markets already promoted. There is no end to the uses to which cotton may be put, limited to the in- ; ventive ingenuity of man. No Right to Ugliness. t The woman who is lovely in face form and temper will always have friends, but one who would be attractive • must keep ber health. If she is weak, sickly and all run down she will be ner- ? vous and irritable. If she has constipa tion or kidney trouble, her impure blood will cause pimples, blotches, skin 5 eruptions and a wretched complexion. , Electric Bitters is the best medicine in the world to regulate stomach, liver and kidneys and to purify tbe blood. It ’ gives strong nerves, bright eyes, smooth, velvety skin, rich complexion. It will i make a good-looking, charming woman ; of a run down invalid. Only 50 cents at E. J. Eldridge’s Drug Store. ! ANOTHER BULGE IS EXPECTED. Rumors That Neill Will Issue Bull Circular. There was no material change in the cotton market yesterday, and while t the closing was eight points below the I opening quotations it was higher than the night previous. Very little cotton is being sold in the Americus market even at the recent advance. A rumor was current here yesterday that Proph et Neill was about to issue another im perial decree, placing the yield at 9,750,000 bales maximum. If this should be the case the cotton market will put on wings and go soaring ' higher. • Has Cured Thousands, Will Cure You If you are troubled with Kidney or Bladder troubles, such as Dropsy, Bright’s Disease, Catarrah, Gravel of the Bladder, Albumen in Urine and un healthy deposit, or too frequent dis charge of the urine, pain in the back and bladder, dropsical swelling of the feet and legs, etc., etc., we guarantee that by using Smith’s Sure Kidney Cure, a complete cure will be effected. Price 50 cents. For sale by Dodsod’s Phar macy. I TAKEN BACK TO BUENA VISTA. Negro Is Arrested Here Upon Serious Charge. Will Mulkey, a negro, was arrested here yesterday by Deputy Sheriff Bell at the instance of the sheriff of Marion county. Mulkey is wanted upon the charge of attempted assault upon a wo man. Officers in Marion county were notified, and yesterday Mulkey was carried back to Buena Vista. Many of your friends, or people whom you know of, have contracted consumption, pneumonia or other fatal diseases, by neglect of a simple cold or cough. Foley’s Honey and Tar, a safe, sure and pleasant cough medi cine, would have saved them. It is guaranteed. Davenport Drug Co. Americus Cotton Market. Americus, Ga., Nov. 22, 1900. Rec’d today at warehouses, 149 bales. Rec’d previously at “ 23,393 Totalfwarehouse receipts 23,542 Americus Market yuotatious. Good Middling 9’@9| Middling .9A@9§ There is no pleasure in life if you dread going to the table to eat and can’t rest at night on account of indigestion Henry Williams, of Boonville, Ind., says he suffered that way for years, till he commenced the use of Kodol Dys pepsia Cure, and adds, “Now I can eat everything I like and all I want and sleep soundly every night.” Kodol Dyspepsia Cure will digest what you eat. W. A. Rembert. We are apt to condemn in others what we practice ourselves without scruples. A little learning is more explosive than unlimited ignorance. < j feSilll LolißU BUY BARNEY BAEVi BREAD. / AMERICUS BAKERY. BEST COMEDY OF THE SEASON. Is Hoyt’s Milk White Flag Wednes day Night. A coming attraction which promises much hilarity and amusement to the atre goers, is Chas. H. Hoyt’s revised and improved edition of “A Milk White Flag.” It requires a company of nearly fifty people and a large amount of scenery and properties to present this spectacular comedy, and properly bring out the military and other features with which it abounds. Among the important engagements made for the cast is that of Little Chip, one of the most famous of the eccen tric comedians before the public. The musical features are new, and att the specialties have been changed, and we are promised that they are of a highly entertaining nature. Pretty girls in dainty costumes enliven the perform ance and a military band and orches tra enhance the value of a musical pro gram. “A Milk White Flag” comes to Americus next Wednesday night, 28th. AN IMPORTANT DIFFERENCE. To make it apparent to thousands who think themselves ill, that they are not afflicted with any disease, but that ' the system simply needs cleansing, is ' to bring comfort home to their hearts, . as a costive condition is easily cured by ■ using Syrup of Figs. Manufactured by • the California Fig Syrup Co. only, and ' sold by all druggists. I “ I CALLED TO REWARD ON HIGH. [ Aged Mother of Judge Graham Dies i Tn Macon. Judge Thomas A, Graham received a telegram yesterday conveying the sad intelligence ot the death of his mother in Macon the night before. The deceased had reached an advanced age, and was more than ready to re spond to the Master’s call. Mrs. ’ Graham once resided in Americus with her son and daughter, Judge 1 Graham and the late Mrs. T. S Greene. 1 She was also an aunt of Mrs. Frank H. McGee, of this city. Judge Graham 1 and Mrs. McGee attended the funeral ■ in Macon yesterday afternoon. Bright’s Disease. Bright’s Disease is no respector of I persons; it attacks men and women, the ; strong and robust, the rich and poor, the , active body and brain workers, the fath ’ era of families, the bread winners in every sphere ot life, seeming to choose for its victims those only who can least be spared. Smith’s Sure Kidney Cure is the only guaranteed remedy for Bright’s Disease. Your money back if • it fails to cure. Price 50 cents. For sale by Dodson’s Pharmacy. Notice to the Public I have sold my Fire and Accident ' Insurance business to Messrs. W. H. . Simmons and Jas. A. Riviere, who will conduct it under the firm name of Reyiere & Co. and bespeak for them the same patronage so generously giv en me—which will be fully appre ciated by them—and myself. J. Epps Brown. All matters pertaining to the New 1 England Mwtnal Life Insurance Co. ‘ heretofore in my charge —will be look -1 ed after by Mr. John T. Argo to whom ’ the agency has been transferred. J. Errs Brown. i ' • TAKEN SICK WHILE ON VISIT. Mr. EiC. Speer Was Quite 11l In At- 1 x lanta. A telegram yesterday announced the illness of Mr. Ed C. Speer in Atlanta, where he has been for several days. It is hoped by friends here that his condition is not serious. Mrs. Speer has gone to Atlanta to attend her hus band’s bedside. Hand Organ and Monks. A choice joblot of well disguised Italian counts, with hand organ and monkey attachment, struck the town yesterday and thoroughly charged the heated atmosphere with music. Four of the “counts” worked the town for spare nickels and pennies. Both makers and circulators of coun terft its commit fraud. Honest men will not deceive you into buying worth less counteifeits of DeWitt’s Witch Ha zel Salve. The original is infallible for curing piles, sores, eczema and all skin diseases. W. A. Bembert. He Dropped His Money. A gentleman dropped a S2O bill near Holt’s warehouse yesterday, and would be glad if the finder would leaye it at this office and receive a suitable re ward. OUR ELEGANT NEW .« .« .« > .< .* „•* STOCK OF Fall and Winter Goods are now arriving, and never before have we had such a beautiful line, especially suited for Wed ding, Birthday and Anniversary gifts,, as well as all the staple articles to be found in an up-to-date Jewejry store. < James Fricker & Bro, -J JEWELERS *MP«ICUS. . - - « Oa HUNDREDS PLEASED WITHPROGRAMME Presented By Ladies at Bazar Last Night. AGED SPINSTERS HAD MEETING. This Feature of Programme Greatly Enjoyed. Hundreds Feasted With The Ladies. Another Great Bill Arranged For Tonight. Os the many successes attending the bazar none were greater than that of last evening, the crowning feature of the programme being the “Old Maid’s Conference” arranged by Miss Jessie Morgan and attended by a score of Americus’ fairest girls in the role of antique spinsters. As a burlesque upon human antiques it could not have been better, and the immense audience enjoyed it hugely and laughed again and again at the comical array of passe maidens. Miss Morgan is indeed to becongratu lated upon the success achieved. In addition to the “conference” a host of other pleasing features were presented, including vocal and instru mental music, recitations, etc. It was one of the best of “bazar nights” and the programme was enjoyed quite as much as were the delicious suppers served by the ladies. The ladies will serve a sumptuous barbecue dinner from 12 to 2 o’clock. At 3:30 an entertainment to please all the children will be given. The chil dren of the public school are invited to be there. At 8 o’clock the “Angelus Recital” under the supervision of Prof. L. D. Lockhart, assisted by the vocal talent of the city will take place. Mrs. Mary Powers Guthrie will sing several solos, to the delight of the audience. Volcanic Eruptions Are grand, but Skin Eruptions rob life of joy. Bucklen’s Arnica Salve cures them; also Old, Running and Fever Sores, Ulcers, Boils, Felons, Corns, Warts, Cuts, Bruises, Burns, Scalds Chapped Hands, Chilblains, Best Pile cure on earth. Drives out pains and aches. Only 25c a box. Cure guaran teed. Sold by E.. Eldridge, druggist. TAKES CHARGE OF EXCHANGE. Manager Lumpkin Succeeds Manager Brown Here. Mr. J. Epps Brown, for two or three years manager of the Americus office of the Southern Bell Telephone Co., leaves this morning for Atlanta to take a position as departmental manager in the company’s general office. As al ready stated in the Times-Recorder, Mr. Brown is succeeded here by Mr. J. C. Lumpkin, who has already taken charge of the local office. Mr. Brown’s many friends will wish him continued success in his new field. Tenderness or aching in the small of the back is a serious symptom. The kidneys are suffering. Take Prickly Ash Bitters at once. It is a reliable kidney remedy and system regulator and will cure the trouble before it de velops its dangerous stage. Dr. E. J. Eldridge. The pleasure of voice are as poison while the pains of virtue are ever plea sant. CASTOTIIA.. n eftra the The Kind Y° u Have Always Bought Protect Yourself; That is, your lungs from cold and you will not be sick. New lot of Chest or Lung Protectors just received at W. A. REMBERT, Next tolPostoffice. ULir’All sizes. SAVE MONEY BY LOOKING AT McMATH BROS., Fine School Shoes For Misses’ and Boys’. Also Cheap Suits, Umbrellas, Underwear, Etc, McMATH BROS. Quality Quality First; Quality Last; Quality all the Time. Where Quality is, Satisfaction is, and That is The Place to Spend Your Money. Then, too, it is such a pleasant place to visit—pleasant courteous sales—people who never act impatient when you express a wish to look around or rest, but not buy. Come as often as you can, stay as long as you like, buy if you can’t help it. <£adies’ If you a dress Y ou should 7" . cm P • v * department of ours (jailor-//fade Gluts, and see the variety of styles we offer. The goods are beautifully tailored; very stylish and reasonable m price. We have them as fine as you want them, or as cheap—to be good. Prices range from $7 .50 to $40.00 per suit. At $1250 to $25.00 we show a line of suits which for style and quality are second to none in the state. Our Jacket stock is full of new and attractive garments in the popular and up-to-dace makes Magnificent line of Fur Capes and Collars for w hich this cool weather makes active demand. Children’s Reefers and Gretchens in the largest variety we have ever carried Prices throughout this department are as reasonable as you could demand. @tP s Has been on a bonm the en- - tire season. We are now turn- Clothing Department, mg out piles of suits, overcoats and odd trousers for men, boys and children. This is the place you want to come for your general outfit, for we are able to clothe you men, women and children from the crown of your head to the soles of your feet. Warm During the past week we have opened a a magnifineut line of Underwear for men, Underwear, women and children. We commence the liue at 25c and range them up as high as $2 per garment, Shirts, drawers and union suits in the greatest abundance and for all sizes. Domestics. We always sell domestics lower than you can buy them from any house in Georgia, We want you to keep these puces prominently before you, and remember that you can get them here all the season: The Jno. P. King, extra heavy 7-8 Sheeting, Androscoggin yard-wide Bleaching, the sold for 6c everywhere, 4 l-2c. 10c quality, we offec for 6 3-4 c yd. Augusta yard wide Sheeting, medium Fruit of Loom, yard-wide Bleach'ng, sold weight, the 6 3- lc grade, we offer for 4 3 4c, everyw here for 10c, we offer for 7 1-2,: yd. Waynmanvllle—the finest grade Sheeting, Pepperell ten quarter Sheeling, unbleach, which sell for 7c yd. we offer at 5c ed, worth 211-2 c everywhere, we offer lor Co’umbus Checks, the 6c quality, we will 17 '-2c yd. Bleached 19 1-lc yd. sell for 4 l-2c yd, c>nr finest grade checked Ginghams, which Good quality Drilling, the 8 l-2c kind, we sell for < l-2c, we offer for 5c yd. offer for 6 l-2c yd. Canton Flannels, the 8 l-2c grade, we offer Bed Ticking for sc, 7 l-2c, 10c. 121-2 c. for 6 12c. Ve* y fine Sea Islands, the 7 l-2c grade, we 10c. Canton Flannels, we offer tor 7 l-2c yd, offer tor 5c yd—full yard wide. and 12 l-2c grade.tor 10c. yd. Remember Our Premium Distribution Next Month. I/'ANLY a few pictures left that v/ 1 will close out before dis playing my new line. They go regardless of cost. Let The Us Best Do, Books Your Always Engraving Kept For For You. Sale. M. S. HOLLIDAY, Books and Stationery. No. 419 Jackson Street. * THANKSGIVING J Will Soon Be Here ! W And of course you must give thanks by having a nice dinner. Naturally you will want the best of everything at the closest prices. 1 can fill the bill* T..ri> A »A fcr you at the lowest prices consistent with size I I KHVS and c mdition. Save me your turkey order. IUI nUJU Cranberries, New York Celery as large as four bunches you have been buying You want to see it to a PP Olives in bulk and Glasses. Salad Dressing. \ou will find the “Royal" Hentz and “My Wife's Favorite" Worcester Sauce, Aber deen Sauce—they need no comments, Figs, Raisins, Currants, Dates, Plum Pudding, Boned Chicken. All kinds of fresh Nuts. Dried Peaches, Prunes, Lobster. Schrimp, English Peas, Corn, van Camp s Soups and Vegetables, Mountain Rose Tomatoes-they are the best—try them. All kinds of Peaches, from the plain Pie to the best Sliced, at prices that can’t be touched. lam going to sell you the best Pic Peach at C. ner (JOZ. 3 pound can. flaw’s that. * XJ P 9 Artesian Corner, Jeorge O. /fix, A.ARON COHEN ...yiT HIS... Store on Under The Corner. Hawkins House. Has the Largest Stock of Fine Clothing, Shoes and Hats he has ever carried during his business career of twenty-five years in A’ ll4 Fine Goods Bought Low and Going at Small P™"* Ladies Silk Shirt Waists and Dresses. TromVw *n>. but sell them at ?3 50, AND THEY ARE BEAUTIES. p Our stock of Dry Goods, Domestics, Shoes, Hats, forts, Blankets, etc., is full and prices low. . Gent's Furnish ing Goods.—Fine Stock* AARON COHEN, Cotton Avenue. wo r