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THE AMERICAS TIMES-RECORDER.
TWENTY-SECOND YEAR.
IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT.
tIPWIHWW*
GOING OUT OF BUSINESS.
After eighteen years of close confinement
in the Dry Goods business, l have decid
ed to make a change. My entire line of
Dry Goods L Clothing, Shoes, Hats
v and Gents’ Furnishing Goods
will he thrown upon the market Monday
morning at SACRIFICE PRICES to close
out for CASH.
I could no doubt sell this entire stock
in bulk, but prefer to give my customers
and friends who have traded with me in
the past, the benefit of this opportunity
to supply their wants at
COST!
for a time. I have no old goods or trashy
stock to palm off on the public, for you
ah know 1 have been in business only a
short time since my separation from the
old firm.
Everything must be sold sold as
rapidly as possibly, for the shorter the
sale, the less the expense. Come at once
and get some of the big bargains in Dress
Goods, Silks, Velvets, Woolens, Clothing
for flen and Boys, Shoes, Hats and Caps,
Gents’ Furnishing Goods, Table Linens,
towels, Hosiery, Handkerchiefs, Gloves,
Ladies’, Gents’ and Children’s Under
wear, Shirts, Overcoats, Umbrellas, Do
mestics, Notions of ail kinds, Ladies’
Capes and Jackets, (all new), and in fact
everything in the store must go
Regardless of Prices!
Now is your chance! Come at once
and trade with confidence, and you will
be accorded the same fair treatment you
have always received at my store.
Yours to close out,
Lee Allen.
“All The World a Lover Loves.’’
Is a tiuism as old as love itself, and all lovers of the
beautiful and artistic iii HOLIDAY GOODS can please
their loved ones by selecting presents from our superb stock.
Never before have we carried such a magnificent line of
Christmas goods, and the most fastidious can get what they
want here. In Toilet Sets, Cut-Glass goods, Shaving Sets,
Portfolios, Leather Goods, Manicure Sets, Fine Vases, etc.
Our line excels all others. Buy HIM a handsome Meer
schaum Pipe, in the smoke of which he can conjure up
visions of his “angel.'’ Buy HER that superb Toilet Set
and your case is won. At all events go to
J. R. HUDSON’S For Christmas Goods.
GLASGOW & LEWIS, Tailors.
\
.. . sc; ••
\ (OVER SCERIMPERT SHOE CO,)
Suite mailo to ordA; by us on short notice from our Fall and Winter samples.
Two thousand of tile latest designs to select {tom.
Old clothes cleaned, preas id and almost mado new.
AMERICUS ICE FACTORr
MANUFACTURERS j
PURE ICE.
Capacity twenty daily. Orders prompt
ly tilled, Correspondance solicited.
S R. SIHS. Prop.
Russell’s Restaurant,
Opposite l'ostoffice, Americus, Ua.
OOOD Meals at all lionrs. Ladies
anil gentlemen served promptly, Best,
ntteution. Rates lowest. Pare the
best in market
BAGGAGEXT^:
=^s;transfe«
STEVE WOOTEN has the only reall
ble transer agency in the city. All
orders attended to promptly it left at
Windsor hotel. Hours 6am to 10 pm.
nlght trains must be left
before p m, Respectfully,
■ P P- H ? K 84 - STEVE WOOTEN.
Removal.
I have removed my law office from
the Wheatley building to the Council
Rank Building, second floor, Room
No - 18 ’ W. W. DYKES, Jr.
the
Windsor Hotel,
AMtRICUS, GEORGIA
HENRV S. McULP.SK V, Proprietor.
The Only
J W BAILEY’S
\ •
X.New
drop
Sjyrup.
Abso’ olely pure, Finest
flavor a#i?i brightest color ever
ina lias no equal. In one
gallon and five gallon hermeti
cally sealed tin cans. Send
or telephone for a one gallon
can, and you will immediately
upon trying it order a five
gallon can. For sale solely by
JOHNSON & HARROLD,
Telephone No. 2.
THE FLOWER offtOURS
HENRY CLAY,
I am Sole Agent in Americus for
Henry Clay Flour, made in Lexington,
Ivy.; and conceded the finest eyer sold
in this or any other market. Sold at
wholesale and retail. Try Henry Clay
Flour.
BAQLEY GROCERY CO.,
AMERICUS. GA., SATURDAY MORNING, JANUARY 5, 1901.
Just Received j
A New Line of the
Crawford
Ladies’ Aq Tlj
Shoes VUiUll
“Manish Lasts,” the very
Latest.
Patent
Leather
“Welts”
Vici Kids.
Empire Shoe Store,
J. W. L. DANIEL, Mgr.
Forsyth Street, ‘Phone 105 —8 calls.
Business....
....Directory.
WHITLEY GROCERY CO.
. Wholesale Grocers.
Agents:
BALLARD’S OBELISK FLOUR.
LONG HORN TOBACCO.
AMERICUS FUKNLIURE AND
UNDERTAKING COMPANY
C C HAWKINS, Manager.
Dealers
Furtilfiire, Coffins and
Generis! Merchandise,
IJM I I’TA KEi< - MHA LM E!IS
' n .ton
Just Kec.eiv d from
Land ret h s Farm:
Rutabaga and ail
Other varieties of
TURNIP SEED.
DR. E. J. ELDRIDGE.
.1 ioksou and l.an ar Str . ts.
The Peoples Bank,
Americus, Ga.
Transacts a general banking busi
ness. Loans made on approved securi
ty. Interest paid on time deposits.
W. H SIMCNi, Pre .„ eßt .
Americus
Grocery
Company*
Wholesale Grocers
AMKRICUS and ALBANY
JOHNSON & HARROLD,
uoitsu Wvdu m and Commission
MERCHANTS.
AND DEALERS 1N....
HEAVY GROCERIES and FERTILIZERS,
Plantation Supplies Furnished
on Reasonable,Terrms.
Cash advanced on cottonln store at- lowest
current rates ot interest.
Christmas JCodac/ca
From the dollar Brownie for the
boys and girls, up to the No. 5
Cartridge Codak, with its more
expensive equipment. Every
size and style of Kodak makes
an appropriate Christmas pres
ent. For the young folks there
can be nothing more fitting
nothing that wiil give more
pleasure or more instruction,
Amateur photography culti
vates a taste for the beautiful
in nature and in art. It teaches
observation; its influences are
all the highest and best. Put
a Kodak on your Christmas list.
Christmas {Phonographs
Another very desirable present
is a Talking Machine. I have
them from $5 to $l5O. All the
latest records in songs, operatic
selections, and talking speci
alties. -
Christmas {Piccyles
In our bicycle department we
are still in the lead with the
solid Sterling “built like a
watch,” and the Crescent, “the
wheel that stand up.’ - Corres
pondence solicited. Catalogues
for the asking. Amateur pic
ture making a specialty.
WILL DUDLEY,
AMERICUS, GA.
An Excellent Combination.
The pleasant method and beneficial
effects of the well known remedy,
Syrup of Figs, manufactured by the
California Fig Syrup Co., illustrate
the value of obtaining the liquid laxa
tive principles of plants known to be
medicinally laxative and presenting
them in the form most refreshing to the
taste and acceptable to the system. It
is the one perfect strengthening laxa
tive, cleansing the system effectually,
dispelling colds, headaches and fevers
gently yet promptly and enabling one
to overcome habitual constipation per
manently. Its perfect freedom from
every objectionable quality and sub
stance, and its acting on tile kidneys,
liver and bowels, without weakening
or irritating them, make it the ideal
laxative.
In the process of manufacturing figs
are used, as they are pleasant to the
taste, but the medicinal qualities of the
remedy are obtained from senna and
other aromatic plants, by a method
known to the California" Fig Syrup
Co. only. In order to get its beneficial
effects and to avoid imitations, please
remember the full name of the Company
printed on the front of every package.
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.
SAN FRANCISCO, CAL.
- LOUISVILLE, KY. NEW YORK, N. Y.
Forsale by all Druggists.—Price 50c. per bottle.
Kodol
Dyspepsia Cure
Digests what you eat.
It artificially digestathe food and aids
Natura in strengthening and recon
structing the exhausted digestive or
gans. It is the latest discovereddigest
ant and tonic. No other preparation
can approach It in efficiency. It in
stantly relieves arid permanently cures
Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Heartburn,
Flatulence, Sour Stomach, Nausea,
Sick Headache, Gastralgia.Crampsancl
all other results of imperfect digestion.
Price 50c. and sl. Large size contains 2Y% times
small sue. Book all about dyspepsiamailedfree
Prepared by E C DeWiTT 6 CO., Cbicas®-
W. A HEMBERT,
AMERICUS. GA
KIDNEY DISEASES
are- c the most fatal of all dis
eases.
cm CV’C KIDNEY CURE Is a
FULL I y Guaranteed Remedy
or money refunded. Contains
remedies recognized by emi
nent physicians as the best for
Kidney and Bladder troubles
PRICE 50c. and. SI.OO,
Davenport Drug Co
PENNSYLVANIA PUKE BYE,
EIGHT YEARS OLD,'
OLD SHARPE WILLIAMS
FOUR FULL QUARTS OF THIS FINE
OLO PURE RYE.
CA EXPRESS
*P*5"5 U * PREPAID.
We snip on approval In plain, sealed boxes,
with no marks to indicate contents. When
you receive it and test it, if it is not satisfac
tory, return it at our expense and we will re
turn your s3.£o. We guarantee this brand to
be eight years old. Eight bottles for #6.50,
express prepaid; 12 bottles for 19.50 express
prepaid; 1 gallon jug, express prepaid, #3.00;
2 gallon iug, express prepaid, #5.50. No
charges for boxing.
We handle ail tne leading brands of Rye
and Bourbon Whiskies in the market, and
will save you 50 ner cent, on vour purchases.
yuart. Gallon,
Kentuck Star Bourbon 835 81 25
Bourbon 40 < 1 50
Coon Hollow Bourbon 45 1 60
Mellwood Pure Rye 50 190
Monogram Rye 55 2 CO
Mcßrayer Rye 60 2 25
Baker’s AAAA 65 2 40
O. O. P. (Old Oscar Pepper).. 65 240
Old Crow 75 2 50
Pinches’Golden Wedding— 75 2 75
Hoffman House Rye 90 3 00
Mount Vernon (8 years
Old Dilhnger (10 years old).. JR 25 4 00
The above are only a lew brands of the
many we carry in stock. Send for catalogue.
All other goods by.the gallon, such as Corn
Whiskey, Peach and Apple Brandies, etc,,
sold equally as low, from #1,25 gallon up,;
wards.
We make a specialty of the jug trade and
all orders by mail or telegraph will have our
prompt attention. Special, inducements of
fered.
The Altmayer &
Fiatau Liquor Co.
lass-Mail orders shipped same ’day receipt of
506, 508, 508, 510, 512 Fonrth-it.
Near Union- Passenger. Depot
Phone 265.
Macon, - - Georgia,
FINANCIAL CIRCLES
GREATLY AGITATED
Brokers Are Preparing For
Settlement Day.
OTHER FOREIGN NEWS
England Will Accept the Amended
Hay-Pauncefote Treaty Turkish
Soldiers Slain In Battle With Bul
garians—Kruger Coming.
London, Jan. 4.—The course of the
Stock Exchange here today indicates
keeu anxiety prevailing in iinancial cir
cles. N early all the houses are lessen
ing their commitments and preparing to
meet the next settlement Jan. 16.
Fears exist as to the effect of the re
cent London and Globe failure being
felt more freely on that day than even
on the last settling day. Possibly the
precautions taken will discount the
force Os the danger.
In the meantime, the public is giving
the market a wide berth and is leaving
the professionals to get out of the diffi
culties as best they can.
WILL ACCEPT THE TREATY
England Will First Attempt to Secure
Some Concession.
London, Jan. 4.—United States Am
bassador Choate presented the Hay-
Pauncefote treaty amendments to the
secretary of state for foreign affairs, the
Marquis of Lansdowne, today.
London, Jan. 4.—Ambassador Choate
will deliver at once to Lord Lansdowne,
secretary of state for foreign affair, the
note of the United States government
announcing the senate’s amendment to
the Nicaragua treaty and will ask the
British government to accept the imme
diate treaty. Mr. Choate will assume
the position that England is ready to ac
cept the senate amendments. Laus
downe will make a noncommittal and
polite reply and the matter will slumber
for several weeks.
England will undoubtedly put out
feelers as to whethor the United States
is willing to concede something in re
turn, especially the Alaskan boundary.
While Mr. Choate has no instructions
yet on this point it is considered in dip
lomatic circles that the United States
will not make the slightest concession
and that ultimately England will accept
the amended treaty.
Plague at Vladivostoek.
London, Jan. 4. —The reports of an
outbreak of the plague at Vladivostoek
are confirmed. There have been 19
cases, of which 15 were fatal. Four
plague patients are still in the hospital
and numbers are isolated. Owing to a
recrudescence of the plague at Smyrna
a quarantine has been imposed by Tur
key and Greece on arrivals from that
port.
Rumor Unconfirmed.
Berlin, Jan. 4.—With reference to
the report that Count Von Waldersee
has been killed by an officer of the al
lied troops it is semiofficially declared
that a rumor to that effect has been cur
rent for a week past, bur the govern
ment has no corroboration of it. Count
Von Waldersee reviewed the British
soldiers Jan. 1.
Eight Turkish Soldiers fil led.
Constantinople, Jan. 4. —lu the
course of a serious affray near Ishtib,
originating iu tin attempt to arrest a
number of Bulgarians suspected of be
ing emissaries of the Macedonian com
mittee eight soldiers were killed. The
troubles continue.
Kruger to Visit Am rie:i.
London, Jan. 4.—lt is almost certain
that Mr. Kruger will go to America in
February, probably accompanied by W.
T. Steed, who will make a ringing cam
paign on behalf of stopping the war in
South Africa.
Rep >rts Are Unfounded.
London, Jan. 4.—The stories in the
Paris newspapers to the effect that the
Newfoundland shore dispute had been
settled by the exchange of Gambia for
French interests iu Newfoundland are
unfounded.
Exports For 1900.
Christiania, Jan. 4. — The value of
exports from the Christiania consular
district for 1900 amounted to 2,522,662
knoner, an increase of 815,319 knoner.
WHY COUGH
Dr. Bull’s Cough Syrup cures Cough
or Cold at once. Conquers Croup,
Whooping-Cough and Measle-Cough
without fail. All mothers praise it.
Doctors prescribe it for Bronchitis,
Hoarseness, Grippe, Pneumonia and
Consumption. Quick, sure results.
Price, 25 cents. Refuse the dealer’s substitute.
Dr.Bul£s
COUCH SYRUP
Always cures when .others fail.
Dr. Bail's Pills cure Constipation. 50 pills 10C.
Northerners at Cuthbert.
Cuthbert, Ga., Jan. 4.—Cuthbert’s
already large colony of northern citizens
is being increased. Mr. Knowles of
Wisconsin, father of H. J. Knowles,
who has been here several years, has
moved his family here. Last week his
son, also from Wisconsin, purchased a
farm near here and will move to this
county. Hughs and Hoffmau, from Il-
have purchased the telephone ex
change and moved their families here.
Son Arrested; Shot the Mayor.
Columbus, Miss., Jan. 4.—At Artesia
a difficulty occurred between R. O. S.
Tomlinson, mayor of that village, and
Dr. T. L. M. Cook, a prominent physi
cian, in which Tomlinson was shot and
severely wounded by Cook. A robbery
was committed in Artesia and at the in
stigation of Mayor Tomlinson a son of
Dr. Cook was arrested charged with
having committed the crime. This pro
eipitated the row.
OLMSTEAD AGAIN
IMA HOT FIRE
Opponents to His Resolution
Make a Strong Fight.
GIVEN A CLEAR TRACK
Other 3latters Displaced So as to Al
low the Proposition to Reduce the
South’s Representation to Come Up.
Sessions of the Senate.
Washington, Jan. 4.—Mr. Dalzell of
Pennsylvania called the house to order
today in tUe absence of Speaker Hen
derson, who was detained at his hem 1
by a severe cold.
Immediately afer the approval of the
journal half a dozen members were on
their feet demanding recognition.
Among them was Mr. Olmstead of
Pennsylvania, who yesterday created a
stir by offering the resolution to instruct
the committee on census to investigate
the alleged abridgement of the right to
vote in several southern states. But the
speaker pro tern first recognized Mr. Lacy
of lowa, who presented a privileged
resolution asking the president to re
turn a minor bill in which there was a
clerical error. It was adopted.
Mr. Burton of Ohio presented the
river and harbor bill. In order to clear
the way for Mr. Olmstead Mr. Graff of
Illinois, chairman of the committee on
claims, after stating that it was appar
ent that no claim bills could be consid
ered today (this being the day set aside
uuder the rule for their consideration),
asked unanimous consent to postpone
the regular order for today until next
week.
Mr. Swanson of Virginia objected.
The speaker pro tem was then • about to
recognize Mr. Olmstead when Mr. Un
derwood of Alabama headed hiua off
with the point of no quorum, The
house was counted but there were only
142 members in the hall. Uuder the
operation of the automatic rule the
speaker was able to direct a call of the
house, when Mr. Underwood interposed
with a motion to adjourn and the fili
buster was on. The vote was taken by
ayes and nays. «.
The motion to adjourn was defeated
—BS to 103.
The speaker pro tem held that the
pending question was the vote on the
question raised as to the consideration
of the Olmstead resolution. During the
previous rollcall the leaders on both
sides had conferred and an agreement
had been reached that the resolution
should be recommitted.
Mr. Richardson, the minority leader,
formally proposed that this course be
followed.
Mr. Olmstead replied that he would
consider the proposition after the house
had voted to consider the resolution.
“I may say,” said he, “that it had'
been my intention to follow the course
suggested by the gentleihan from Ten
nessee. ”
“Why not do so now and save time,”
asked Mr. Richardson.
But Mr. Olmstead insisted upon a vote
on the question of consideration and the
vote was accordingly oalled.
WELTY WILL VOTE FOR QUAY
He Repudiates His Pledge to the
Opposition.
Waynesboro, Pa., Jan. 4. —Benjamin
F. Welty, one of the Republican repre
sentatives from Franklin county in the
Pennsylvania legislature, admits that he
will cast his vote for Quay for United
States senator on Jan. 15. Welty did
not participate in the caucus at Harris
burg Tuesday when Quay was the
unanimous choice of the 123 Republi
cans present a .:d his name was on the
pledge signed by the anti-Quay legisla- 1
tors.
Welty acknowledges that he signed
both Quay and anti-Quay pledges, but
that he has determined to abide by the
pledge to support the caucus nominee
which he signed before receiving the
nomination.
The Quay leaders claim that the ac
cession of Welty gives them the 127
votes necessary to elect, three who were
not able to participate in the caucus be
ing certain to vote for him.
TO SETTLE THE INDEMNITY
State Department Takes the Initiative
In the Matter.
Washington, Jan. 4.—The state de
partment is making a strong effort to
secure an understanding among the
powers to serve as a basis for the adjust
ment of the question of indemnity to be
paid by the Chinese government. It
appears from Mr. Conger’s reports that
it is hopeless to expect the foreign min
isters at Peking to reach an agreement
on this important subject and if the
problem is to be solved at all it must be
removed from the Peking council and
dealt with by direct diplomatic ex
change.
BANK CASHIER.IS MISSING
Examiner Is Going Over His Hooks.
President’s Statement.
Richmond, Mo., Jan. 4.— John W.
Shot well, Jr., cashier of the Ray Coun
ty bank, is missing and his accounts are
alleged to be short.
A. H. Fowler, president of the bank,
stated that Shot well had been missing
since last Monday and the state bank
examiner is going over the books.
The McLeod Company
Oglethorpe, Ga.
W ca FJi£« lar S e3t aad most complete line of IWHISKIES, WINES
and BEER ever offered direct to the consumer, and call your atten
tlono some of the leading brands of which we are sole agent:
Paul Jones’ Four Roses 00 bottle
E aal 1 50 bottle, full quart
w a *J xj n x\r W 28bottle, full quart
Bfnwn a J erwo l Three Feathers H 00 bottle, full quart
h* 5‘ Catherwoods U jper Ten 150 bottle, full xuart
* H. W. Catherwooas Century 1 25 bottle, full quart
Garrett-W illiairs Co’s Solace 150 full Quart
J. B. Brown’s Private Stock 100 full quart
Edwin B. Bruce’s Somerset Club ISO full qSiit
1“* We pe also sole agents for Green River and Nelson County Bourbons,
_JIL«£ l^n antee<i y e ars old, 83 50 per gallon. Four years old Bourbons for r
co r^ a i lon - *i aT « a contract with J. C. Sommers & Co. of States
vl,HeV. *’». C-’ for control of their celebrated Poplar Log Corn Whiskey,
which they guarantee two years old. We are offering these goods for 50c
E3E per quart, express prepaid on lots of six quarts or over.
, of Wines and low proof goods are complete injevery respect
irom ji.soup.
I carefully superintend the all my orders aud will guaran- **
tee satisfaction. Yours to please. B “
R. L. McLEOD.
TRAIN LIFTED FROM
THE TRACK BY WIND
Terrific Gale and Snowstorm
on the Pacific Coast.
BUILDINGS DEMOLISHED
Some Wrecked by the Storm While
Others Collapsed From the Weight
of the Snow-—Heavy Damage Re
ported From Various Points.
Reno, Not., Jan. 4.—-A terrific wind
storm has done much damage here and
in this vicinity. The southbound pas
senger train on the Nevada, California
and Oregon railway was struck by the
gale at Doyles, 40 miles north of Reno,
and was hurled from the rails. Four
passengers and three train men were
hurt. A baggage car on the Virginia
and Trnckee railroad express was lifted
from the track at Washington Mills,
south of here.
A portion of the roof of the Central
Pacific depot at Reno was blown“off and
the roundhouse suffered similarly.
One side of the brick livery stable of
R- W. Perry was blown in. A portion
qf the second floor was used as a resi
dence.
Perry and his family were seated in
the diningroom when, without warn
ing, a 60-foot section of the south wall
collapsed. Mr. and Mrs. Perry and their
three children were buried iu the debris,
but most miraculously escaped serious
injury. A number other buildings were
badly damaged.
BLEW 60 MILES AN HOUR.
Gale Does Considerable Damage In
San Francisco.
San Francisco. Jan. 4.—From re
ports received here the gale which struck
this city last night seems to be raging
not only on the southern coast, but all
along the line from Santa Cruz to Cape
Flattery. The waves are rolling moun
tain high at Fort Ross. Old timers are
reporting by telephone that it is the
worst storm ever known in that locality.
The bay on the Oakland side was so
rough that the ferry steamer Newark
was withdrawn from service and the
freight boat Mount Eden turned back to
port.
Although the storm in this city was of
short duration it did considerable dam
age. None of the individual losses,
however, are large.
At the Cliff House the wind blew at
the rate of 60 miles an hour. -A. number
of windows in the house were broken
and the entire structure seemed threat
ened with collapse.
The wharf at the foot of Main street
and about 20 feet of bulkhead was
washed away. In the city many trees
were blown down, a residence was
blown over and several other houses
damaged. Several pedestrians had nar
row escapes.
Respited by the Governor.
RaleigLh, Jan. 4.—Governor Russell
has granted a respite until Jan. 25 for
John Ruffin, a 16-year-old negro, who
was under sentence to be hanged at
Graham today. It is said that the peo
ple of Grrham desire Ruffin’s sentence
commuted to life imprisonment. Ruf
fin’s victim was a 10-year-old girL
Goes Into Voluntary Bankruptcy.
Knoxville, Jan. 4.—Frank J. Le
land, a leading business man of East
Tennessee, who established a handle
factory here and at Bristol, Tenn., also
at Huntsville, Ala., today filed a peti
tion in bankruptcy. His liabilities are
given at 174,277, with assets of about
$29,500.
DAILY MARKET REPORTS.
COTTON FUTURES.
New Yore. Jan. 4 —Cotton futures
opened steady at the decline.
OPEN CLOSE
January 9.09 .... 9.80
February 9.52 .... 9.59
March. 948 .... 9.55
April 0.42 .... 9.52
May... 0.43 9.51
June 940 .... 0.48
July 9.35 .... 9.44
August 9.06 .... 9.14
September 855 .... 8.67
Ootober 8.18 .... 8.27
November 8.07 ....
December
Spot cotton firmer; middling uplands
quoted 10}{: middling gulf. 1094 c.
Keep Your
Blankets
as soft as new, by -*-•*
washing them in
[GOLD dusti
I Washing Powder I
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