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When all the happy woods and hills
Are filled with summer's melodies,
When the cold hand o? winter stills
The rippling streams, the whispering
My heart unchanged singa still one song,
' " My love, iny love," the whole year long.
For all the mystery of life,
The hope of dawn, the night's despair,
The greed of gain, the lost of strife,
And grinding want and gnawing care,
Lie drowned beneath the sunlit sea
Of my great joy-she lovetb me.
The summer winds that come and go,
Laughing about the shady ways,
The waters in their ebb and flow
Have still one voice through ail the
" Love mocks at time, love langbs at fate !"
I wait, because she bids me wait,
Nor Would I wonder it she came,
In any place, on any day,
From ont the sunset's crimson flame,
Or down the morning's misty way ;
Nor dream it more, nor find it less,
The marvel of her loveliness.
School Houses io Switzeriaod,
A correspondent of the Chicago
Times says in a letter from Switzer
' * Hsi? :' Stone ' booses are very rare in
Alpine districts, and I remember quite
a commotion in a little village, where
I wa3 staying with some friends in
their own chalet, by a presumptions
.' lowlander setting at naught the an
cient traditions of the place, and
building a house of stone. He waa
rather looked upon with mingled awe
and resentment as an innovator c f
the deepest dye. In most-Swiss com
xaunities the" handsomest building is
the school-house, with separate eec
. tiona for the boys and girls ; sud it is
; pleasant to ^see the clean, ' cheerful
; faceaof the little lads and lasses aa
jUp? pon i" 'in und nul iit tS?sgT??T
doon, with eager steps and bright
School, indeed, is no bugbear to
the; Swiss child. The education is
simple aa^ practical, though capable
of high development. There is noth
ing, according to all one reads, hears
and eeee, of which the Swiss have so
much reason to be proud, and to
which they pay BO much attention, as
the'r system of education. The school -
? house may almost be considered the
most characteristic, as well ss the
most charming feature of their na
tion allife. X
Hep worth Dixon tells an amusing
- Btory^cf' a -little Swiss girl who, ac
companying her fatherfto Paris, was
taken by him to sse the " glories" of
Versailles, and on the first view of
the colossal palace clapped her hands
and cried out, " Oh, papa, look, look
at the school-house!" It is only on
the other side of the Atlantic that
the same importance is attached to
instruction, and that it is given with
the same equality and liberality, and
all honor to both republics, to the
small as well as the great, for the
highest and wisest gifts a government
gives its people..
The Hanan Figure.
- The proportions of the human fig
. ure are six times the length of the
feet. Whetiu r the form is slender or j
plump, the rule holds good; any de
viation from it is a departure from
the highest beauty io proportioi
' The Greeks make all their statues ac
cording to this rule. The face, from
the highest point of the forehead,
v, here the hair begins to the chin, '
one-ten th of the whole stature. The
hand, from the wrist to the middle
finger, is the same. From the top of j
the highest point of the forehead is
seventh. If the face, from the roo t?
of the hair to the chin, be divided
into three equal parts, the fiist divi
sion determines the place where the
eye-brows meet, and the second the
place of the nostrils. The height
from the feet to the top of the head
is the distance from the extremity of j
the fingers when the arms are ex
A merchant in Hamburg has be
queathed 1,000 thatere per annum,
the interest" of his capital, to the
baldest man irr the city, with the
... proviso that shouTd a 'mah turn up
with no hair at all on his head, he is
3? to* take the.entire capital.
THE UNITED STATES SENATE.
The Senate will be controlled by the
* Republicans until March 4, 1887.
J The contest for control after that time
. will be s close one. As things stand,
thirty-four Democratsand thirty-three
^Republicans are reasonably sure to
li hold seats after that time-leaving
'^nine seats to be contested for in next
^ y ear ft elections. These seats are to
Sba- filled ia-California, Connecticut,
"Indiana,. Maine, Michigan, Nevada,
- New Jersey, ?iew Yor? and Wis
consin. W~ 'WT ?~~U *3j
Lafayette carried an infant son of j
"Corn-Planter," a-chiefof one of the
Six Nations, to France and educated
hierin all accomplishments of a young
man of rank. When he returned to
A moj??fl. _?e-nmnan?pd hy a ln^ of J
great beauty and good family,; tnere
'yrsS. no- finer gentleman in the New
" \v*?rld. Yet within twenty-four hours
he was fofc^/in^^cetjeete.-of Boston
drank, wrapped in a tattered blanket,
and surrounded by a party of his
savage countrymen. Next day he
deserted , his French friends, and
whea Aaron Barr was traveling .fro?-j
Canada to New York, in l^rvk*)
found the unfortunate wife ofc'the ir
reclaimable savage wandering in the
woods, cruelly maltreated, stripped
of her. property,, almost naked, and
subsisting on berries and wild fruit.
Time is the London cabmen's slang
for money, If they wish to express
9s 9d they say that " it's a qnarter to
10;" if 3s Cd, "half past 3 ;" if Ile
9d, " a quarter to 12.' The system
is simple if not grand.
AD End to Bone s era plug.
Edward Shepherd, of Harrisburg(
Ul., says : " Having received so much
benefit from'Electric Bitters, I feel it
iny drfty ito let aufitring humanity
"know'it. J-Have fiad a running sore
on my lsg for eight years; my doc
tors . told .me I would have to have
the bone scraped or leg amputated.
I used instead, three bottles of Elec
tric- Bitters and seven boxes Bocklen's
Arnica Salve, and my leg is now | "
sound add well."
Electric Bitters are sold at fifty
cents a bottle, and Bucklen's Amita J tt
Salve at|5x^per,.boxJb.yJ"/-E. Lynch,
EdgefielJ&iLS. T.ffiighes, Trenton.
Go tr) INCH'S IcY Choice Apples.
A bit of soap rubbed on the hingen
of doors will prevent them from
Pieces of cheese cloth make the
very best kind of dusters. Cut them
and hem them.
The wings of turkeys, geese and
chickens aie good to wash and clean
windows, as they leave no dust or
lint, as cloth.
To brighten the inside of a coffee
or teapot, fill with water, add a small
piece of soap, and let it boil about
forty five minutes.
Stovepipes may be cleaned by put
ting a piece of zinc on the coals of a
hot fire. The vapor produced carries
off the soot by chemical decomposi
Hash, to be good-and it can be
good-must not stew and simmer and
simmer and stew, but be heated
through as quickly as possible and
sent to the table at once.
When velvet gets plushed from
pressure, hold the 'parts over a basin
01 hot water, with the lining of the
dress next the water. The pile will
soon rise and resume its former beauty.
Coffee macis with distilled water if
said to have a greatly improved aroma.
It seems that the mineral carbonates
in common water render the tannin
of the coffee berry soluble, but the
drug will not dissolve in distilled
Matches should never be left where
rats or mice oan get hold of them.
There is nothing better to the taste
of a rat than phosphorous. Those
animals will eat it if they can get it.
A box of marches ie almost certain to
be set on fire if a rat gets at it.
TEST OF SEVENTEEN VARIETIES OE
OATS.-Last spring I planted the fol
lowing varieties of oats ; Hullers,
Black Champion, Probstier, Virginia
Winter, Hallett Peligres, Sarprise,
Russian, Challenge, Green Mountain,
Burt, Common white feed oat, Tri
umph, Washington, Canadian-seven
teen varieties in all. After a fair
test I decided that the Welcome oat
waa the best in every respect- W. E.
H. Searcy, Spalding County, Qa.
For 35 years I have suffered from
the effects of Mercury and Iodide of
Potassium. I was salivated in a moat
fearful way, and was given up to die.
I have had no relief from anything I
have taken for it, and I have tried
everything, until now, that I have
taken a coarse of Swift's Specific. It
has entirely cured me. It also cored
me of sciatic rheumatism, from which
I have suffered for many long years.
I am now well of both, and there is
no evidence of mercurial poisoning
or rheumatism about me.
O. F. RUSS,
With Howe Scale Co.
j Albany, N. Y., June 20, 1SS5.
Treatise on Blood and Skin Diseases
THE SWIFT STECIFIC CO., Drawer 3,
Atlanta, Ga N. Y. 159 W. 23d St.
COMFORTING TIIOUGIIT.-There is
charm peculiar to ugliness, for it
steals our sympathies softly b >fore we
are aware. But it must be a whole
some ugliness, an ugliness that does
not come from deformity or disease.
Leaving such out of the question,
there are few gifts less valued and
more piquant than this same gift of
ugliness, when it is illuminated and
ennobled by good health, good man
ners and good sense.
A Clear Head and a strong Heart.
If you muddle your brains with
any of the whiskey compounds which
are sold under the name of " bitters,"
and which topers delight in for stimu
lants, you doyoursystem irreproacha
ble mischief. Brown'u Iron Bitters
ia not one of these. It promotes
healthy action of the heart, liver and
stomach. It cleanses and enriches
the blood, and fits the brain for the
beet mental work. The best physi
cians prescribe it, and it is well worthy
of a trial by all.
Facts About Loiulou.
There are moro churches and chapels in
London than in the whole of Haly, lt
has G18 railway stations. Nearly 1,500
passenger trains pass C'spbam .1 unction
avery day, whiie thc- underground rail
ways run more than 1,200 trains d day,
md carry 12,000,000 passengers a year.
The omnibus companies run a thousand
stages, and carry 5G,000,000 passengers a
pear. About 130 persons are killed ami
2,000 injured every year by vehicles in
.he streets. There are in London l l,OOO
policemen, 14,000 cabmen, and 15,000
persona connected with the post-office?
The cost of lighting London by gas annu
d ly fe ?S'.COO.?OOV- 2MrioA~bft ovw-Wu-|
laity and weekly newspapers. Lr..sf, year |
here were 2,314 fires.
" Uncle James," said P city young
lady, who was spending a few days
in the country, "is that chicken by
he gate a Brahmin ?" " No," replied
Jncle James, M he's a Leghorn."
'Why, certainly, tobe sine!" said
he yoong lady. " How .stupid of rae !
. can see the horns on his ankl s."
An Important Discovery.
The most important Dincovt-ry is
hat which brings the most good to , ]
he greatest number. Dr. King's New | j
)iscovery foi Consumption, Coughs
nd Colds, will preserve the health
nd save life; and isa priceless bo?>n to
he fefflictedV. Not only does it pesi
ively cure Consumption, but Coughs,
'olds, Bronchitis, Asthma, lloardc- j
esp, and all affections of the Throat, |
!hest; and Lungs, yield at once to il?
ronderful powers. If you doubt, this,
eta Trial Bottle Free, at thc Drug
tore of W. E. Lynch, EdgefieMj or
I. T. Hughes, Trenton
1 Shall Put Sicklies* nuil Sttfl?riDg
I ml cr Pout !
It shall euro all tho people ami put
cknoss and su tieri rur, dudor foot ! We ?
lean renn'/t DUtci., the comfort, tho r
jfiige, the salvation ol* millions. Add
Isease upon disease, and lot tho worst }
>me, we aro safe if we use Penn's Mtiers. (
hough thou diest with dyspepsia, torpid y
ver, biliousness and headache yet shall <
iou live if thou takost Pam's Hitter* A
fhat woman is there, weak, fool do and h
ck, who nsetb JVwt's Hiller.?, and ?snot p
ade strong and cheerful by it ? Indeed
1 our pains and aches and diseases ^o y
ke charl' before the wind whenever we d
iselyhave recourse to Penn's linters/
CAN AL WA YS LE FO UND A Fl LL LINE OF
mm OF OPER i
mr o- G x TBS ss?
At Lower Prices than at any other House this side of Cincinnati. This
Work is all made to order, are Lighter Panning and Better Finished than
the class of work generally sold aa Standard Vehicles. But I have just re
ceived a Full Line O' Fine
Family Carriages, Phaetons & Cabriolets!
Just received another shipment of those Fine OPEN AND TOP BUG
GIES, made upon special orders, hy the best manufacturers North and East.
Nothing being used in the construction o? these vehicles but the best mate
rials, and in Quality, Style and Finish, are unequalled by any others now in
the market. In pto<;k a full line of
SADDLES Am HASSESS-ALL CEASES,
Which I will oiler at LOWER PRICES than have ever before been known
in the history of the business. Milburn. Studebaker and Standard Planta
tion Wagons, all sizefl. Oak and Hemlock Sole Leather, Calf Skins, Shoe
Findings, Carriage and Wagon Materials, Harness Leather, Belt Lacing of
superior quality, Rubber and Leather Belting. Also a full line of
Guns, Shells, Powder, Shot, Table and Pocket Cutlery, Plow Points for all
makes, Nails, Axes, Hoes, Ticks and Mattocks, Pitch Forks, Shovels, Spades,
Steelyards and Scale Beam;1, Grind Stone?, Rakes, Paddocks, Carpenter
Tools, Files, Hinges, Window Sash, Doora and Blinds, Farm and Church
Bells, which I am offering at LOWEST CASH PRICES.
AT THE OL?) STAND, ) A. R. GOODYEAR, Ag't.,
Opposite (?o rgia Railroad Rink, r -
704 Broad St., Augusta, Ga. J Successor to R. II. May &*Co.
September 10, 1SS5.
WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY,
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS, STRINGS.
BUY YOUR HOLIDAY GOODS AT
JEWELRY AND MUSIC STORE.
?Repairitig a Specialty* .n.
538 BROAD ST.. AUGUSTA.
ADFRED BAK KR, President.
JOSEPH S. Bli AN, Cashier.
811 Broad Steet, Augusta, Ga.
Transacts a General Deposit and Discount flintiness.
Interest on Deposits of Five to Two Thousand Goiters.
Accounts of Banks, Bankers and Merchants Received on Favorable Terms;,
Special Attention Given to Collections.
Depositors receive interest evory six months equal to that which the best se
curities pay^and all the while their money is available for use, should necessity
require it. We always have money on hand to loan, and afford 'special accommo
dations to our customers. Wo buy and soil Bonds and Stocks, and are always
happy to give information.
DIRECTORS:-AFFRED RAKER, W. B. YOUNG, EDWARD O'DONNELL,
E. R. SCHNEI DEB, JOSEPH S. BEAN. [Dec. 23d, 1884.
MRS. N. BE UM CLARE,
819 Broad St., Augusta, Ga.,
Ie receiving a Handsome Line of MILLINERY and FANCY GOODS
for Fall and Winter. You will do well to examine her Stock of CORSETS,
BUSTLES, HOOPSKIRTS, NOTIONS, KIO. . _
BLACK CREPE and DRLoS TRIMMINGS in great variety.
??."Will resume the bannen of ERESS-MAKING October 1, 1SS5.
Sept, ?9, 'S5.-43J ITIrs. IV BRUM CMRK.
PLANTATION FOR SALE.
AVALUARLE place, situated on tho
Weat sido of stevens' Creek, with
in easy distance <>f two stations ( Wood
lawn amt Meriwether) on ihe A. A* K.
road,'anil not over twenty miles alcove
Augusta. This properly consists nfabout
Seven Hundred acres of land, well suited
to the production of cotton and grain, or
any other crop adaptai to tin's climate.
It. is offered privately until Dea 7th,
when, if not disposed of, it will he sold
nt ISdgefiohl C. Ii. at public outcry.
For particulars address the undersign
ed, or applv to liim on HIP premises.
Sept. lit?, '85.- 43] Woodlawn, S. C.
Ono Bottle Guaranteed to Cure
One Cpjge. li Nrv.^r JKtuls.
fi. L. PENN it RON are authorized to
rofund tho money in every east) whore it
I arge bottles-20 to 40 doses-price SI.
Try it in your homes and on tho planta
Sohl only hy G. L. PENN A SON, at
BEE A LL & CO.,
Drut/gMi ami Manufacturer*,,
Aug. 18, ?85.] AUGUSTA, CIA.
HAVING recently set up a Lumber
Mill on a finely timbered traci
ibout two milos Southward ol'Johnston,
ind ono milo from C. C. A A. R. H., we
now offer to tho public (ho best of pino
lumber in nil classes. We guarantee our
lumber and will set our prices to suit
;he times. J. P. <it J. W. ll AUDY.
May 27. J SST).- 0-20
A LL persons inri bl od lo me, either by
?\. note or account, mi!.>! make pay
nenl at once, or Hie same will bo placed
n tho hands of my attorney for collection
?y tho I1'?;Ii Nov.
W. fl KE?NAGHAN.
Nov. 10; ?SS5-4140
rHR undersigned has been Agent for
Bdgcliold Oonnly for tho GEORGIA
IOME [NSUUAN?E COMPANY, of
'olunibus Ga.j for tho last, twenty-five
oars, and knows il to bo a Reliable
om I Any. And willi Ampio Assets, Fair
idjuslnienuand Prompt Payments, it
as merited and received a li bo ral pat
imag* from tho people of Edgollold.
ll you want Fire Insurance in fi trust
rortliy Company, ploaso eal! on, or ad
res?, D. K. DUICIKOfS, Ag't.,
Foi?, 25, 'W>. Edenfield, s. 0.
The Music House ol' the South
Removed on the 1ST OCTOBER to
KA II R'S BEAUTIFUL BUILDING,
nearly opposite the Old Stand
The superior advantages of this lo
cation will be appreciated by every
0!>P. ?nd, with increased facilities,
GEO.O. ROBINSON & CO will be
enabled to furnish the Finest
PIANOS & mmmts
Man ii foci n red at LOWEST POSSI
BLE PRICES. ? f
Gu ira?:I.^ to duplicate Prices in
Northern cities, saving to the nur
chaeer all freight and Insurance, be
sides supplying STOOL and COVER.
Shipped to any point in thc South.
MUSICAL MERCHANDISE and
INSTRUMENTS ol every desorp
SHEET MUSIC anti MUSIC
Thc t?test Publications*
Orders fiileil on day of reception.
Write for Catalogue, Prices, Dis
Countfl and easy terms of payment. :
G. 0. ROBINSON & CG.
MIO URO Al) ST., AUGUSTA.
(Vt. li. IKS."..
HST CLASS r
LARGEST STOCK OF
Ladies* Dress Goods, Fancy
Pi ? ? J
Have Shown for Two Seasons i*nst?
A LL my Specialties, OE HTS' F UR
CA. N IS ti INO OOOUS, CLOTHING
ntl SHOES, aro Kept right np;to the
landard. No Shoddy bargains poked
t you-only such Reliable Goods as
?rigelloltl ponido will buy.
LMfsiKn allow mn tim pleuro of show
ng my Goo 's and Prices to you, aud Hie
ui k is (loiui.
Komoinbor, I AM HEADQUARTERS
n SHOK*, CLOTHING, LEATHER,
I A UN USS, <C<\
SPOT CASH COMMANDS JJAR
Grocery Depar?meA Full
f Choice Goods.
J. M. COBB.
Sont. 2, 1S.S?.
m I B& fl ?nd WHISKY HABITS cured
?J 11 B Hfl at home wi Hi out pal?. DOOK
I BU IVI "r imrtleulani sent ri;KI-:.
? ?Will, M WOOLLEY, M. D" Af.?nU,0?.
Go lo Lynch's for lino Confectionery.
For the Best and Most Durable
And several other good makes-all WARRANTED FOR 5 YEARS.
200 Good Second Hand Sewing Machines, at $5.00, $10 00 and $15.00
NEEDLES and ATTACHMENTS for all machines.
Sewing Machines Adjusted and Repaired by a First Class Adiueter.
AGENTS FOR DOMESTIC PAPER PATTERNS.
Send for Catalogue and Price List.
TK?JIAS, BARIP kiX??
July 21, 1885. ^ 921 & 928 Broad St., AU6PSTA, GA?,
Watches, Diamonds, Jewelry
SILVER and PLATED WARE, CLOCKS, &c.
I have received and am receiving daily, the finest line of the above goods
ever brou eh t to thia city, at PRICES LOWER THAN EVER. Agent for
the BRAZILIAN SPECTACLE. WATCHES and CLOCKS repaired and
warranted. WI, SCHWEIGERT,
Oct. 18, '82 ly] 732 Broad Sh, Under Central Hotel. Augusta.
p A Def?
The Mammoth Furniture Store Man, Begs to
the Following Awfully Low Prices
An entire Walnut Bed-room Suite, full marble top, 10 pieces, $39 ; a
very Lirge and Elegant Solid Walnut Parlor Suite, covered with Plush,
eflTy'$42 50; an Elegant Walnut Parlor Suite, covered with either'Good
Hair Cl th or Fancy Ramie, at $27.50; a Large Assortment of Poplar Bed
room Suites, full marble top, at $32; or, in wood top, from $16 50 to $25.
A No. 7 Flat Top Cook Stove, with 50 pieces ware, for ;$13 ; No. G
Step Stove, 25 pieces ware, $8.75.
Every kind and every article of every kind in the Furniture, Bedding
and Stove Line; also, a full line of Window Shades, Carpets, Rugs, Clocks,
In Undertaking Department you car. find Coffins and Caskets, Gentle
men's Robes, Ladies' Robes, Odd Fellows' and Ma-sons' Trimmings, and a
full line of all other Trimmings. - .
Any information will be cheerfully given. Write for full particulars
L. F. PADGETT'S,
1110 aud 1112 Broad St., Augusta, Ga.
* Auglljt?jfo-19 _ ." , r j^u'i
THE CHEAPEST CARPETS IN GEORGIA.
Stock Larger, Prices Lower Than Ever Before,
Carpets an.l [louse Furnishing Goods, the Largest Stock South, Moquet, Brus
sels, 3-Ply and Ingrain Carpots, Rugs, Mats and Crumb Cloths, Window Shades,
Wall Papen, Borders, Lace Curtains, Cornices and Poles, Cocoa and Canton Mat
tings, Upholstery, Chromos. JSFWrite for Samples and Prices.
J A "IES Gi BAILIE & SONS, Ag'ts.,
Mar. 17. 1889.-IR '714 Brnntl St.. AUGUSTA, GA.
HARD TIMES! ?
HARD PAN PRICES ! *
JAS. L QUINEY & CO.,
?Fas, EEL Cook.
Have just received and have now on exhibition, an ex
ceedingly large and well selected of goods, which they offer
at prices low enough to satisfy all :
j Gents* Furnishing Goods,
Staple and Fancy
Bagging and Ties,
Wo make a specialty of SHOES, and carry tho largest stock outside of a city.
*?5r- Our WA(iON YAKI? is o;.on and free for tho use of our customers.
Full cash value paid for cotton and olhor country produce.
JAS. L. QUINEY & GO.,
Sept. 23, ISSI. GUAN1TEVIL.LG, S. C.
The Very Best Chance to Purchase Pure
ALES. WIR LIQUORS AND CIGARS, AT
A. F. PADGETTS, Ag?
MADISON, NEAR GRA^T?VIL??^S. CI
I make NORTH CAROLINA CORN WHISKEY, PEACH and Ari LE BRANDY
I am also agent for Alfred Speer's Passaic. IV.-Xv Wines
and Brand v, Pure BAKER WHISKEY, Pure N. C. CORN WHIS
Bottled SODA WATER and COOL DRINKS for the Summer. 4
mt i on c. on A- P- PADGETT, Agt.
Madison, S. C., Sept, 30, 1885.-45
Efl FREEMAN'S PATENT
'NEWERA POWER PRESS
Made and Sold by
GEO. R. LOMBARD & CO
Engine, Mill and Gin Supply
Kew Worli and Repairs. Prompt
IVrite for Prices.
Steam ard Watei Pipe aud Brass Valves of all kinda.
,. .First Class 10 Horse Power Engine only $195.00.
With Firat Claes Tools, Mon aud close personal at'ention, we give all
/ork prompt attention. [Aug. ll, 1885.
C. W. HENSON, .;
RESTAURANT AND SALOON,
OVER 8S5 BROAD STREET,
Meals furnished at all hours, consisting of all tho suhstantials and delica
c.s of tho season. Everything scrupulously neat, the host of order kent, and the
cilitost attention given. * [Nov. 26-61
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
1106 & 1108 BROAD STREET
(Near lipper Market,)
Invite Attention to the Following Sproial
25 Yards good Homespun, $1.00
15 Yards Fruit Loom Bleach, $1 00
12 Yards good Jeane, $1.00
8 Yards mixed Pants Jeans, $1.00
4 Yards All Wool Pants Jeans, $1.00
20 Yards good Worsted Dress
10,000 Yards Guideau's extra
dye, donble width Dress
Goods, at 25c. per yard, re
duced from 40c.
20,000 Yards Farrar'a Cashmere at
10c. per yard, former price 25.:.
5,000 Yards March's extra Quality
all woll Black Cashmere 50c. per
yard. former price 75c.
10.000 Yards all wool Red Flannel
28c, former price 35c.
300 Mieses' Havelocks $1,00, worth
140 Ladies' Walking Jackets $1.50,
worth $3 50.
112 Ladies' Newmarkets $3.50, worth
135 Ladies' Newmarkets $6.00, worth
35 Silk Circulars $10 50, worth 16 50.
#X orsoys ! tX orsoys !
During the month we will inaugurate a Special Jersey sale, and when
we assert that never has such Low Prices been known for such a high stand
ard of goods, we know it to be beyond contradiction.
340 good Black Jerseys, at 50c, former price $1.00.
370 good Black or Colored Jerseys, at $1 35, former price $2.00.
540 good Black or Colored Jerseys, at $1.75, lormea price $2 50.
330 good Black or Colored Jerseys, at $2 25, former price $3.25.
165 good Black or Colored Jerseys, at $3.00, former price $4.60.
Our Stock of
CLOAKS, NEWMARKETS, CIRCULARS
Is Beyond Doubt the Largest, Cheapest and Best
Selected in Augusta.
" $2 25,
" $3 75.
" $4 75.
" $18 00.
" $2 25.
?. $4 50.
* fi? m
PHI f. it>?.1
We are justified in " bragging1' about the Stock in this
)epartment. All the best and most celebrated makes on
land. Our $3.50 Hand Sewed, Gents' Calf Shoes, the most
)opular in town. Ladies7 Fine French Kid Button Shoes,
53.50, every pair guaranteed.. Gents'Calf Shoes at $2.50,
?hildren's Shoes 25c, worth 75.
Ibildren's Shoes 50c, worth $1.00.
Boys' Shoes, $1.25, worth $1.75.
Boya' Shoes, $2 25, worth $50 0.
Ladies'.Kid Fox Button and Lace Shoes, 75c, worth $1.25.
Ladies'Kid .Fox-Button and Lace Shoes, $1.25, worth $1.75.
Ladies' Kid Fox Button .and Lace Shoes, $2 00, worth $3.00.
Ladies' Kid Fox Button and Lace Shoes, $3.00, worth $4.00.
The Best Calf Boot in the City, at $200 a Pair.
SPMAl HTS Tl) MUANTS.
B. F. KOHLER & CO.,
1106 & 1108 BROAD ST., AUGUSTA, GA.