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GEO D. WHEATLEY. GEO. I). WHEATLEY.
NEWS Elie Christmas Sell ing. FROM THE. The Christmas selling begins now. This HOLIDAY st ire was never better prepared for it. QTnrFQ Every d. yof every week from now till S JOCKS, Christmas, will be a busy day in this shop, i'here’s much choosing to be done, and it pays to do the choosing early. Every section in the store is bright with its holiday offerings. Th ngs useful, things ornamental. We have picked just those lines which are bound to appeal to popular favor. The staple stoc ks of every day merchan dise are also at their very best. We coidially invite you to come. We invite you to buy —if you are ready. If not, then the inspection will be a strong reminder for you. when you are ready to buy. Christmas « ttle shin5 hin V 8 * . handkerchie’, but it JfandkerchtefSt plays a tig part in holiday gift giving The greatest line of of Hemstitched and Embroidered Hand kerchiefs we have ever owned, e* •ci ally appropiiate as presents, a d all a r e most fairly priced. Beautifully wrought initial Handkerchiefs for ladies or gentlemen, hem stitched ana of finest quality linen—soc each. Pure Linen Hemstitched or Embroidered Handkerchiefs, for ladies or gentleiu- .1, 2.’>c quality; 1-2 dozen in a box, all fcr *1 Christmas of 8f -’ _ lect from; all selected umbretias. with the greatest care as to their fitness for Christmas gift l . We note two or three very tempting lota: Gentleman’s 28-inch Congress Silk Umbrel las, natural oxidized handles, steel rod and paragon frame—Bl.oo each. Ladies’ S 6 inch Gloria Silk Umbrellas beautiful assortment fancy handles, steel frame, etc ,—Bsc each. Ladles’ or Gentlemen's 26-inch Taffeta Silk Umbrellas, with Diminutive staff, and j. wel ed handles—B2.2s each. Gingham Umbrellas- perhap. 103 all to’d— odd lots—some really worth Jl.so—gon g now at 50c each. Christmas Hundreds, yes, tbous m ands of gentlemen, re- ff eckivear. membered at Christ mas with a neat Nfcktie. These fresh, bright selections, all in the newest shapas, will strike you just right—we think. Gentlemen’s Folded end Clubs Batwings and “Prince of Wales’’ ties in assorted lengths -250 each . Gentlemen’s Imperial “Four-in-Hand." Flowing End Tecks.and New Puffs,in beauti ful assortment, at 50c each. Full hne “Windsor Ties’’ and Ribbon Knots for Misses and Cnildren—3sc each. Now Don’t Delay You will help yourself, and help us, by coming early. Come TOMORROW, while we have time to give you, and your wants all due attention. Store open every night till io p. m. Geo. D. WHEATLEY. Corner Lamar Street and Cotion Avenue, Holiday Offering of Smyrna and Moquette Rugs. ALMOST two hundred of these rugs go on sale Holiday morning at sharp concessions from their regular price. JUST IN TIME FOR HOLIDAY GIV, ING. The Smyrna Rugs being reversible, have almost double the life of other rugs. Large quantities, splendid variety of patterns, and these very positive savings. Lot No. i contains rugs worth up to $2 75; choice at $1 50 each. Lot No. 2 containe rugs worth up to $3 00; choice at $1 75. Fine Silk Umbrellas. We can’t give any satisfactory descrip tion nor a price list. Men and women may choose at 50c and up to $5, with especially fine selection around the $2 and $3 marks. Many a handsome present contained in this gathering. December Sale of Shoes for Men, Wo= men and Children. This sale affords a splendid chance for people desiring to give away shoes for Christmas to children; to get the greatest value for money invested. Special attention will Children’s Shocks 65c, 75c, 85c and sl. Boys Shoes 75c*, 85c, sl, $1.25 and $1.50. Women’s Shfoes sl, $1.25 and $1 50. Men’s Shoejs sl, $1.25, $l5O and $2.50. Every sh<fce mentioned above has soles of honest solid! leather. NeckweaX a Splendid Offering. The we have ever hundred styles at 50c; fifty styles at 25c, and all made of silk c t high character. Silk Waist Patterns. These silks are the best to be found at the price. Splendid variety. Twenty patterns at $3.00. Forty patterns at $4 00. Ffty ladies’ fine Kersey Jackets, no two alike, not one in the lot worth less than $3 50, and some worth up to $5; choice now at $2.50. This Store .Will Be Open Evenings Until q O’clock. A. G. DUNCAN. 115 and 117 Forsyth Street, Shaw’s Old Stand Americus, Ga. Other Sifts _ 100 long to ba ex Sor Sentiemcn. ploited hen : so we will choose haphazard from thw big stock for mention, and suggest others when you call. Guyot’s Celebrated Suspenders, including ‘extra long ” in plain white, mule brown, pinstripes, ana Fleur D’-Lis Figures,soc pair. Plain Black and Fancy Co’ored Half Hose, including new Embroidered figures and longitudinal stripes s »popular now, 3 5c pair. Wilson Bros, complete line of winter Un derwear: ever grade from a plain Under shirt or Drawers at 4Cc to the tiuest Camels Hair garments at $2 25 each. Christmas The cold wrath er all ahead of Capes and Jackets, you. The wear ing time only just begun. What can you bujtjor mother, wife, sister or daughter that will be more appreciated? Ladles’ Capes in Black, or Blue. Beaver strap seam trimmings a bargain, at 83.50 each. Ladles' Jackets of finest imported Kfersey: in castor, gray, blue or black, very stylish aud perfect fitting- at 'i 50 each. Infants Long Robes, in Eider Dowu or Bed ford Cord, Embroidered and in beautiful shades of light blue, rose pink, cream or white, at 81 50 to $3,00 each. Christmas warm woolly M lows; rich borders. Sdlankets. These lots are chosen for their fitness for Christmas presents. ‘Golden Gate,’’ pure white California Lambs Wool, full 11 4 size, borders assorted indelicate shades of blue, pink, helio, and g ay 81 50. “White Fern,’’ purewhite Austradan wool, full 10 4 size with deep border in blue, pink or scarlet, and with silk brund edges, $3.00 pair. Si'kaline Comfortables.closely quilted and padded wit finest down, full 10-4 size, only $2.50 each, Florentine Si k Comfortables, double faced, with wide luftie edges, lined with purest down. $7.10 each. • EIGHTEEN MILITARY COMMANDS INVITED To Participate In Exercises Here On Military Day. HOPED ALL THESE WILL ACCEPT Invitations Extended Many Promi nent Georgians Already Accepted- Railroads Give Reduced Rates All Points to Big Event. Eighteen companies of the Second and Fourth Georgia Regiments have been invited to come to Americus and take part in the imposing exercises of “Military Day,’’and Americus will see more of showy uniforms and brass but tons than she has since the Federal troops were here. For the carnival committee hopes that every company will accept. The carnival committee was notified yesterday that the railroads centering here would do their full part towards making the fair a success bv allowing the usual rates on such occasions. A rate of one fare for the round trip will be allowed from all points for vis itors generally’, while a rate of one cent per mile is accorded military compan ies and brass bands in uniforms. This very iow rate is highly satisfactory to the committee, and insures a large crowd. Letters were received yesterday from a dozen or more distinguished Geor gians who were invited to attend the carnival, several of whom announced their intention of coming. Many prominent people will be here. With such a low railroad rate and ex csllent list* of attractions Americus should have 20,000 visitors within her gates next week. Story of a Slave. To b bound hind and foot for years, by the chains of disease is the worst form of slavery, ueorge D. Williams, of Manchester, Mich., tells how such a slave was made free. ‘’My wife has been so helpless for five years that she could not turn over in bed alone After using two bottles of Elec tric Bitters, she is wonderfully improv ed and able to do her own work.” This supreme remedy for female diseases quickly cures nervousness, sleepless ness, melancholy, headache, backache, fainting and dizzy spells. This mira cle-working medicine is a godsend to weak, sickly, run down people. Every bottle guaranteed. Only 50 cents. Sold by E. J. Eldridge, druggist. China and Fancy Goods- Something to suit the old and the young, I have all the new and up-to date holiday goods, such as sofa pil lows, head rests, jardiniers, cups and saucers. A little money will go a long ways at Mrs. M. T. Elam’s. ts Go to E. I). Ansley’s for everything for Christmas. E D. Ansley has the largest, freshest and nicest stock of Christmas goodies. See him before placing your order. 18-dst-wlt Everything staple as well as the lat est novelties in sterling silver are now being displayed at Prickers. 15-ts Men’s fancy Shirts, equal to any, and better than most shirts sold at $1 00 and $1 25; excellent percales superbly made aad handsomely laundrled, now at 75c each. Two hundred remnants bleached Ger man Damask Table Linen, handsome, yet one of the best wearing weaves made; two yards wide, in lengths of 2,2% and 3 yds, just the right lengths for tables, worth regular sl, price for these short lengths, 65c yd. Twenty-five pairs White Blankets, ex tra heavy, jilk taped, warm and sightly; they were low priced at $2 45, but they are made still lower —now at $1 50 a pair. Twen y dozen Men’s White Laundried Shirts, reinforced back and front, linen bosom, beautifully laundried; the grade that usually sells for 85c, now at 49c each Fifteen dozen Men’s extra heavy Flan nellette Night Shirts, the Princely make, sells everywhere for $1 00, now at 65c each. One Hundred dozen Misses Fast Black Hose, high spliced heels and toes, regular ly sold at 12%c; here now at 8 l-3c pair. 500 Ready-made Sheets for less than the cost of the muslin, size 72x90, muslin now 63c; they are priced now at 49c each, Seventy-five pairs Ladies’ Fine Dnss Shoes, in fancy vesting lops, regularly sold for $3, at 1.98 pair. 1 lirnF! Do You Want a -Hr K r Xmas Present ? * -«?. E ■s 8 IL-n ■ What Are You Waiting on ? Sf’ ■ ■M ■ W M ■ oa’ti’.u Until Tomorrow, a*. '-•S ■. ■J* UAMC ’T/y Ft AV There isn’t any doubt but what you can satis- gs. V'UiVltl I'J"IJr\I • ty your wants here. The nicest line of ST - - J Jewelry, Gut-Glass and Silverware in the Gity. | H T CIII IIV AM Successor to Americus Jewelry and ** U. 1. JULLI V nit, .Music Company • C watch Inspector Seaboard Air Line R. R. » Next to Ladles’ Entrance Windsor Hotel. SUMTER'S FIRST CITIZEN DEAD. Benjamin M- Wheeler Passed Away Sunday. Mr. Benjamin M. Wheeler died at his home in Americus on Sunday night after a brief illness, some heart trouble being the immediate cause of his de mise though he had not been very well for some time. Everyone m Americus and Sumter county knew Mr. Wheeler, i who enjoyed the distinction of having been the first white child born in Sum ter county. He was 72 years of ftg >, and all of his three-score and ten years were spent here. He had known Americus since the first log hut was built here in 1828, and was an author ity upon all matters of county history. One son, R. M. Wheeler, and one daughter, Mrs. L. P. Dorman, survive him. The funeral services were held Tuesday afternoon from the residence of Mr. A. P. Lingo, conducted by Rev. Leßoy G. Henderson. E. D, Ansley’s is headquarters for good things to eat for Xmas and the holidays. Old Santa Glaus has cer tainly supplied us with everything fresh and nice for the children, and we will make you low prices. 18-dst-wlt E. D. Ansley, Jackson street. This Is Doll Week- I put on sale this week all of my fine dolls so that you can select what you want before the rush. I have dolls dressed beautifully, and all kinds of dolls. My prices will sell them fast, 15-dtf Mrs. M, T. Elam. HE RECIEVEB HIS COMMISSION. Brig -Gen. C. M- Wheatlev Has Much Prized Document. At the Georgia reunion of Confeder ate veterans in Augusta a month ago Mr. Charles M. Wheatley, of Ameri cus, a most enthusiastic member of the U. C. V. A., was elected Brigadier- General, commanding the Western Di vision of Georgia, a much deserved honor which Mr. Wheatley and the veterans here fully appreciate. Yes terday Brig.-General Wheatley receiv ed his commission, which he has placed in a handsome frame and will keep among his most treasured pos sessions. The kidneys ache when they are over worked and the trouble gets serious unless promptly removed. Prickly Ash Bitters is a reliable kidney tonic and bowel regulator. E. J. Eldridge. SPARKS GETS TWELVE MONTHS. Pleads Guilty to Robbing Till at Pool's Store. Harry Spark, a dazzling star three days ago, is now a burnt match and in the chaingang besides. Spark is the negro who robbed the cash register in Pool’s store a few nights ago, securing $lB. Chief Wheeler and Marshal Fea gin traced him to Bntler, where he was arrested. He pedaded guilty before Judge Crisp yesterday and was given the limit without the privilege of pay ing out. THE MODERN MOTHER Has found that her little ones are im proved more by the pleasant Syrup of Figs, when in need of the laxative es feci of a gentle remedy, than by any other. Children enjoy it and it bene fits them. The true remedy. Syrup of Figs, is manufactured by the Califor nia Fig Syrup Co. only. Americus Cotton Market. Americus, Ga., Dec. 17, 1900. Rec’d today at, warehouses, 52 bales. Rec’d previously at “ 25,821 “ Total warehouse receipts 25,873 Americus Market Quotations. Good Middling 9 Middling A good mixed fancy candy 10 cents pound; purechocolatecream drops 20 cents pound; pure stick candy, made to order, 10 cents pound. Everything else at correspondingly low prices. 18-dst-wlt E. D. Ansley. Reward Offered. I will pay a suitable reward for the recovery of my leather sample case, containing monumental designs, and stolen from the Central depot Thurs day night. C. J. Clark, of Miller <fc Clark. Keep the bowels active if you would preserve your health. A dose of Prickly Ash Bitters now and then does this to perfection. Dr. E. J. Eldridge. The largest assortment of rich cut glass to be found in the city has just been opened at Fricker’s. 15-ts We are turning them out—Cakes ajZ Pies that cannot be beat.- Jf you Wan the nicest to be had leave orders, at BARNEY BALL’S AMERICUS BAKER®'. ASK CLOTHING FOR DESTITUTE. Charitable Ladies Here Request All to Help. While hundreds in Americus look forward to a merrv Christmas there are others who will shiver in neglect were it not for the charitable ladies who are already at work to provide for their comfort. These ladies urge thaf all who have old clothes, of whatever kind, suits, odd vests, pants, old dresses, shoes, underclothing, etc., to send same to the residence of Mrs. E. A. Hawkins by Wednesday night, where the ladies will assort them for distribution. Any old toys for poor children will also be acceptable. Look among your effects and find something for the deserving poor among us, Bismarck’s Iron Nerve. Was the resul of hi i splendid health Indomitable will and tremendous energy are not found where Stomach, Liver, Kidneys and Bowels are out of order, If you want these qualities and the success they brine, use Dr. King’s New Life Pills. They develop every power of brain and body. Only 25c at E J. El dridge’s drug store. CANNON IN CARNIVAL PARADE. Two British Guns May Be Loaned For Purpose. An interesting feature of the carnival parade next week may be two ancient British guns, recently recovered from the bottom of the Savannah river. When the dredges were working at the Seaboard terminals in the summer the wreck of an old British warship, sunk there a century ago, was discovered, and among the wreckage recovered were several cannon. Two of these guns are now at the Seaboard shops in Americus, where they were sent to be cleaned up and mounted, and these may be loaned as carnival attractions. Happiness is but another name for perfect health. Use Prickly Ash Bit ters and be happy. It keeps the vital organs healthy and well regulated. Dr. E. J. Eldridge. Nuts, raisins, candies, figs, dates, apples, oranges, bananas, grapes, fire crackers and everything for the Xmas stocking. All new and fresh at E. D. Ansley’s Jackson st. store. 18d5twlt NEGRO MINSTRELS LAST NIGHT. Mahara’s Male and Female Artists at Opera House. Colored society turned out in tull force last night to welcome the negro minstrels at the opera house, and a goodly sprinkling of whites enjoyed the program as well. The company is made up of male and female perform ers and many of the features, especial ly the singing and dancing, were un usually good and received generous applause. WRECKED CARS AT CANOOCHEE Burned In Order to Clear Track and Build Bridge. The recent bad wreck on the Georgia & Alabama Railway at the Canoochee river has been cleared away and trains are now running through again. The twenty-seven cars of lumber and naval stores which were piled up beside the bridge were set on fire and burned in order to clear away the wreck and re build the bridge. Toys For Girls and Boys. All the novelties in Christmas goods. Come and get first choice. 15-dtf Mrs. M. T, Elam. Contest For Carnival Queen. In the contest for queen of the carni val, Miss Hollis still led last night with a new entry in the race as close second A large vote was polled yesterday. Special Notice. On and after Monday, Dec. 17th, I will not charge any goods to any one, as I am selling out at cost to discon tinue business. I will esteem it a great fayor if all. parties owing me will come in and settle at once, so I can close up my books. Very truly yours. Lee Allen. For Rent. The Coleman residence on Lee street, also the Freeman farm of forty nine acres. Address H. T. Davenport, Americus, Ga. Loans 5 Per Cent. Choice city loans made at 5 per cent, interest. G. R. Ellis, Americus, Ga. Christmas,., Is near at hand and we have provided tor same by buying a magnificent line of just such articles as are specially suited for ★/Holiday gifts. ★ Many have arrived, and each day brings in more. Call early and look over our beautiful line, as already litany things have been laid aside for Christmas, which will soon be here. James Fricker & Bro, JEWELERS AMERICUS. - - - * GEORGE W, COUNCIL DIED ON MONDAY. An Honored Citizen of Sumter Has Passed Away. WELL KNOWN IN THIS SECTION For Honesty, Integrity and General Worth as a Citizen- Self Made Man in Every Respect—Funeral From Frst Methodist This A. M. Americus and Sumter county sus tained a great loss in the death of one of our most honored and esteemed citi zens, Mr. George W. Council, The end came at 2 o’clock Monday morning at his beautiful home near the city, after an illness of several weeks. And an entire people deplore the death of this good man and citizen. While the end was not unexpected, owing to his long illness, the announc ment will cause deepest regret through out southwestern Georgia, where the deceased was esteemed among all. For more than a year Mr. Council had been in rather feeble health, and the services of the best specialists north and south as well as that of phy sicians here was sought to bring relief. Two weeks ago a turn for the worse came and he gradually sank until the end came with the morning yesterday. His life’s work is ended at last, and he rests with his Maker. Mr. Council was eminently a self made man, and the success achieved by him serves well to illustrate to the youth of the land what can be accom plished by thrift, energy and business integrity, all of which he possessed. His parents came to Sumter county from North Carolina when he was four years old, settling on a little farm. Os modest means, they could give him but a meager education, but his strong mind and ability of acquiring knowl edge by observation well fitted him for the battle of life which he fought— and won. He began his career with a cash capi tal of 25 cents and died possessed of great wealth, every dollar of which was honestly earned. Twelve years ago Mr. Council estab lished the Planters Bank of Americus, of which he was president and largest stockholder. This, with his very large planting interests, afforded a compe tency far beyond his requirements. Returning from the war, almost pen niless, as were other Confederate sol diers, he married Miss Barwick, his life companion and sweet helpmete. She with three sons, Messrs. L. G., C M. and Barlow Council, and two daughters, Mrs. A. E. Bellingrath and Miss Annie Council, survive him. His death is the first in this happy family. To these and his only brother, Mr. M. B. Council, much' sympathy is extended. The funeral services will be conduct ed from the First Methodist church at 11 o’clock this morning. The pallbear ers will ba Messrs. H. R. Johnson, R J. Perry, E J. Eldridge, W. H. C, Dudley, John A. Cobb, S. H. Haw kins, U. B. Harrold, A. J. Hamil, J B. Felder and J. W. Sheffield. «• Perfect Health. Keep the system in perfect or der by the occasional use of Tutt’s Liver Pills. They reg ulate the bowels and produce A Vigorous Body. For sick headache, malaria, bil iousness, constipation and kin 7 dred diseases, an absolute cure TUTT’S Liver PILLS Meeting at The Windsor. A meeting of the ladies carnival com mittee will be held at The Windsor at 10 o’clock sharp this morning, and all are urged to attend promptly. Mrs. C. A. Fricker, Pres. Still Holding For Christmas. Prof. Lockhart is still holding three superb pianos, which would make ac ceptable Christmas presents. He has sold a dozen fine instruments recently, and will be glad to close out the three remaining. Here’s the opportunity you waited for. Presents... ...for THE... Holidays. SUCH AS- Comb and Brush Sets. Atomizers and Perfume Bottles. Cuffs and Collar Boxes. Pipes—fine, cheap, all kind and prices. Cigar Holders, Cigar Cases. Purses and Pocket-Book. Puff Boxes and Puffs. Cigars in small boxes. Colognes, Extracts and a lot of other nice trix, at Rembert’s Drug Store, Next to Postoffice. J? 77/ai/ 33*<? Which or what to buy,'because there are so many things here, but whatever you do buy will be'well wouhali 1 you pay for it. We don’t do business on any other haui* We can’t afford to Notwithstanding the inclemency of the weather durin part of the past week, we have been rushed to our fullest capacity to wait on the trade. We again urge you not to ; wait until the last day to do \our Christmas shopping, but commence Monday morning m order that you may hav plenty of time to find exactly what you want. • The items we mention below are only a partial list o( the hundreds of useful things that are to be found heie. ’ 3*or 2iJo7nen and Sirts. Women’s Tailcrr-made Suits. . Women’s Dress and Rainy-day Skirts. Jackets, Capes and Furs. Handsome Silk Petticoats. Fine Merce ized Petticoats. Ready-made Silk and Flannel Waists. Silk, Woolen and Cotton Dress Goods. Hosiery. Gloves and Underwear. Laces, Embroideries, Handkerchiefs and Ribbons. Umbrellas, Shoes and Slippers- Tab’e Dama'ks, Towels, Napkins. < ounterpanes, Blankets, Sheets and Pillow Cases. Tranks, Travelling Bigs, Pocket Books, Card Cases. Silver Novelties, Fancy Mirrors, Combs and Brushes And numerous other fancy articles. Jor the 9/fen and s3oys. Suits, Overcoats and odd Troupers. Shirts, Suspenders and Underwear. Neckwear, Hosiery, Gloves and Handkerchiefs. Umbrellas and Walking Canes. Trunks and Traveling Bags. Shoes and Hats. Everything that is useful for Men’s and Boys’ Wear ing Apparel Sundries... A lot of fancy decorated China, assorted, to close out. Jardineres from 19c to $3 00 each. Fancy Felts and Belt Buckles. Hair Ornaments, Neckwear. Leather Pocket Books, Purses, Card Cases. Shopping Bags, Scissors, Atomizers Bleached Domes-tics, Sea Islands and Sheetings. Carpets, Mattings, Rugs, Hassocks, Foot Mats. Lace and Damask Curtains, Window Shades, Buggy Robes, Comfortables. Christmas Will Soon Be Here! The Season of Good Cheer==Present Giving, And The Time to Kill The Fatted Calf. . . . Ol course you want everything nice, fresh and clean at “Live and Let Live Prices.” 1 can suit the most fastidious in taste, and the most modest in price. I carry one of the best selected stocks of groceries in the city; everything to be found in a first-class up-to-date grocery Here is a few of the good to eat: FRUITS: Florida Cringes, New Yoik Apples, Grapes, Cocosnuts, Bananas. AH kind" of nuts from the cheap Brazils to the best paper shell Almond. California Rusins, Da’es, Dried Figs. For your fruit cake —Seeded Raisins, Currants, Citron, and all other neces sary ingredients Langdor’s 1, 2 and 5 pound Fruit Cakes, Shelled Almonds, Lemon and Orange Peel. The bes’ wpices money can buy, Cranberries, New York Celery, Olives in glass and bulk. • oyal Salad Dressing, Sauces, India Relish, Pickles to be almost biven away. Plum Pudding, Boned Chicken, Fat and Juicy Sa'moD forycur Salad . A f ull line < f Van Camp’s Soups, B -ete and other delicacies' Lobster. Shrimp, K ppered Iler ing. G.nger Preserves, Heinz Pine- Apple Preserves. All other bind* of vegetables that you naturally except to find. A fu’l line of Fireworks and Fireworks novelties. “Dewey Bomba and Ammunition ” I claim to carry the finest line of Candies sold in the city. Call by and examine one of the best and nea’est stocks of groceries to be found in the city. * Jirtesian Corner, CJeorqc o. J/ix> „ Sa vinicJ'tcuS) ja» Santa W&AAV&. viaus Sv; i , 5 HEADQUARTERS is still at our (1/ \W ip STORE. VW J® 2-STORES-2 Nx Brimming Full of Xmas Goods ’ Dolls ’ Books ’ <iom| Toys These Game Boards have Rules for 50 Games including pvprv description. CROKINOLE and all the CARROM GAME* ot everj M. S. HOLLIDAY, Stationer. ♦ I 419 Jackson St., and 408 Jackson St. Specialties. We offer the E iting Public a fine bill of fare today- We can give you Fresh Cheese, Potatoes, Cabbage, h uta Bagas, Fine Apples. .... And anything you may Want to Eat. J New Country Syrup just received. Lowest Prices, Quick Delivery W. H. GLOVER, Under Opera House. jvo r