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THUS. J. ADAMS,.EDITOR
WEDNESDAY, AUG. 12,1896.
WILLIAM JESXIXOS IRTAN.
"You shall not press down upon
the hrow of lahor thiu crown of
thorns. You shall rot crucify
mankind upon a cross of gold."
WILLIAM JENNINGS BRYAN,
FOR VICE PRESIDENT,
ARTHUR SE WALL,
Cotton men say that ''never in
the history of the trade hes the
statistical position of cotton been
so strong, and if it shall appear as
the season advances that the crop
is going to be short of 9,000,000
bales there is sure to be a scram blt
among spinners for every bale
brought to the market."
A cotton tie trust haviug been
'formed to advance the price of
cotton ties, the presidents of the
various county Milliauces in the
State are requested to call mass
meetings in their respective coun
ties as early as practical to dis
cuss the question cf- cotton ties.
This call is signed by Joseph L.
Keitt, President Farmers' Al
Edgefield County Reformers
have made up their minds to vote
for Earle and Duncan for the Uni
ted States Seuate rather than for
John Gary Evans. What the con
servatives propese todo we know
not indeed we hope the lines wih
not be drawn in this race or in
any other but that to be a Demo
crat pure and simple is the only
intention of every white mau in
this cld^stronghold of the faith,
Edgefield County. .Vote always for
the best men and you can never
be far out of the right road.
Uncle George Tillman has been
made chairman of the Board of
Visitors of Clemson College. We
do not know exactly what this
means. Uncle George has always
been opposed to this institution
pronouncing it from time to time a
"humbug of tho first water." Now
that many, reformers as well as
others, have come to the humbug
conclusion as to Clemson, it seems
tbat its greatest enemy becomes
Vita friend. In its original concep
tion and inCeptiou Clemson was a
grand and gloriou.3 possibility but
in its management and adminis
tration it has proven dead sea
fruit and not even uncle George
can make it pan out to its first
promise. What Pope (not Samps)
3aid of governments is alto true of
other things. "What's best admin
istered is best."
They Should Speak Out.
The people of South Carolina
have surely becomes tired of the
charges and insinuations made du
ring the so-called canvass. There
have been some evasions. This is
all very tiresome. What the voters
want is astatement of facts such
faat the omission to deny will be
taken as confssion.
'It is useless to conceal the fact
. that there are suspicions among
nonpartisan. . fair-mined, sober,
thinking people, that there has
been something wrong as well in |
the management of the dispensary
system as in the bond deal with
Governor Evans, Senator Tillman
and Col. Mixsou are under euspi
ciotP. Tho people want more light.
They wrant something more than
deni.il or denunciation. They
wan! evidence, or, at least, a plain,
circumsantial statement sustained,
whenever possible, by vouchers or
other documents. We have had
some of these already But more
are reeded to clear away doubts
that exist in the minds of many
mind3 unaffected by prejudice or
Tbi.t was a nicely arranged and
well carried out job at Orangeburg.
Governor Evans spiked Duncan's
guns by his resolutions that the
candidates must not be personal.
No one was fooled, the ruse was loo
thin, the people understand it.
Evans may stop Duncan, but peo
ple will continue to ask who got
the commissions and what abouti
the whiskey rebaies.
John Gary Evans in speaking to
Col. Mixson of the Dispensary re
bate said : "Mick wo all know yon
Jbavn't got a dollar out of this "but i
; ou know that Ben Tillman filled ;
his pocket? out of tho Dispensary." j
Mixson Opens Another Bag
and Lets Out an Entirely
the I. B. A'S, In
One by One the Roses Fade,
Drop by Drop the Truth
The State, Aue. 7.
In The State yesterday morning
there was puplbhed a card from
Hubbell, who had been charged
with offering Col. Mixeon $52.50 a
carload in whiskey rebates for pur
chasing his XXX goods. Mr.
HubbelPs ca^d. was full of plain
English and was aflat denial of
Now Col. Mixson comes to the
front and makes a statement in
regard to the matter in which he
throws some mere light on the in
side workings of the dispensary.
He intimates, too, that Mr. Hub
tell is "a liar" if he means what
be says. He tells of a good deal of
money that was wasted before he
took charge and states that nearly
all the whiskey used before his ad
vent was purchased from the Mill
Creek people. But here is Col.
Mixon's card to speak for itself.
Columbia, S. C., Aug. 6,1896.
To the E i;tor of The State: In
your issue oi to-day you have a
card signed Mill Creek Distilling
Co., Geo. Hubbell, secretary, in
which he concludes as follows:
''If commissioner Mixson says I
ever offered him, directly or indi
rectly, a dollar ir. any shape what
ever he states what is absolutely
I have been drawn into this veiy
reluctantly and'had hoped that the
matter had blown over and I
would not be required to say any
thing, but asa man who is jealoue
of his honor and one who is not
afraid td resent an insult, I am
forced to make the following state
ment of facts:
I have been connected with the
dispensary since the first concep
tion of the scheme and was ic
charge under Senator Tilluiau'f:
directiou when the building waE
being put in fix for bottling, Mr
Traxler, then the commissioner, be
iug at his home in Timmonsville
quite ill with typhoid fever. A fte]
Mr. Traxler's recovery and return
I was retained in the capacity ol
superintendent, which position ]
held until Mr. Traxler resigned
and I was honored with the ap
During my term as superinten
dent I naturally discovered thai
the bulk of the whiskies bott led bj
us was purchased from Mill Creel
through Mr. Geo. Hubbell, who waf
frequently down here. I also dis
covered that in making these pur
chases Mr. Hubbell, or Mill Creek
I should say, was requiring and be
ing paid an interest on them aftei
30 cays, each 30 days calling foi
mo 'e or bigger interest.
On being appointed^ommission
or in January, 1895, and being in
possession of "those facts of in
terest-bearing accounts, and not
intending relieving Mi. Traxlei
till ;?eb. 1st, I commenced to look
around and see if I could not do
something better for the State and
save at least, the thousands and
thousands of dollars being paid in
inteiest to Mill Creek. About Jan.
30, some 10 days or perhaps more
before I took charge, Mr. Hubbell
showed up and was anxious to as
certain if I intended to continue
the trade with him. My replv was,
"That deponds." He asked^ "De
pends on what?" I replied, "On
you ; I want the same whiskies or
better, at the same prices or lesa
with 5 per oent. off as discount or
rebate." He seemed to be utterly
dumbfounded and exclaimed : "Do
you want the earth?" I replied,
"No, but this I want, and this I in
tend to have." He went on to say
that my proposition was one thal
he nor no one else could entertain
and wanted to know if I had cal
culated the 5 per cent. off. He in
quired when I wouid be in the
market for purchases, and upon
being told that it would take sev
eral days after Feb. ls*- to make
the transfer, he asked me again
for the purchases, if I sh uld need
anything before he returned in
February. I told him, "Only on
On assuming the duties, Feb. 1,
I very soon discovered that I need
ed some Bourbon whiskies and
wired him : "Same whiskey, same
price, 5 off ; send me X and XX
Bourbon." I received a wire in re
pl) : " Wi11 ship at once." A few
days after this I received a letter
saying: "Your telegram ordering
Bourbon received, and knowing
from its being a wire that you were
in need, we hasten to make ship
ment, Lut we cannot give you ihe
terms, eec." I immediately wired
him : "Order car3 back ; won't re
ceive them only on my terms." lu
a few hours I received a wire :
"Cars too far advanced to order
back ; receive them on your !erms."
In due course the cars arrived and
were received. Bill for samo came
carno in with 5 per cent, oft" and
I clo not recollect when nor how
often Mr. Hubbell camf: to see me
in the few mouths that followed
before the following occurred:
Ho asked me to take h:m into
the sample room and show him
the XXX rye that I was purchas
ing, I dui so, and while in there
alono, he and I, he offered me his
XXX ry at the same price he had
formerly sold it to the dispensary
with the interest on, foi the same
price per gallon, 10 per cent, dis
count ; and, if my memory serves
me correctly, he made tho follow
ing calculation lhere and then :
Cost $2.25 per gal. ; 10 per cent off,
makes 22 1-2 cents per gal. ; 50
gallons to a bBrrel makes $11.25
and 50 barrels to a ear makes
$562.50. I said, "Will you put this
discount on the invoices and let
it show up regularly?" He replied
that he could not do so; that he
was a member of the trust, but for
me to pay the invoices at the regu
lar price of $2.25 per gallon
and ho would return me 10 per
cent, off in cash. This I refused
to do and no purchase has been
made from him by me.
These are the facts in the case
and includes all I have said OB to
Mr. Hubbell's offer lo me. If he
says any part of it is untrue he is
F. M. MIXSON.
A Distinguished Reformer
Asks for Light More Light,
and all Honest Reformers
are Praying the Same
No TIME FOR WABBLING -THE CON
TINUANCE OF THE REFORM MOVE
MENT DEMANDS AN HONEST TELL
ING OF THE TRUTH, THE WHOLE
TRUTH, AND NOTHING BUT THE
The following card from a Re
form member of the recent con
stitutional convention appeared in
the Register of the 6th August :
EDITOR REGISTER: At the cam
paign meeting in Barnwell I saw
Mr. Duncan stated that Mr. Mix
son had paid that Tillman., or that
Governor Evans said he had "fill
ed his pockets with rebates." I am
a Reformer and was arnon? the
first to espouse the Reform cause
and accept B. R. Tillman as its
leader. I am a R?former from
principle. I was actuated from a
law of justice to Btep over on the
side of the masses and demand
their rights. I wanted to see by
the votes of tho people that any
man could hold office if he was
honest and intelligent enough tn
fill the position Prior to 1890 it
had almost reached that point
where pedigree was the only pass
port to office and positions of trust.
It was the love of country that ac
tuates me now to a3k, yes, to de
mand of Mr. Mixson, who ?6 him
self a recipient of wages from thc
people of our State, to answer in
full if the charges against Gover
nor Evans recited and preferred
by Mr. Duncan at Barnwell are
false in toto or whether any part
of the charges be true. I bulievt
Mr. Mixson will give the answei
without faltering and without any
attempt to evade, and such an an
swer tho people demand. This it:
no-time forman in public trust to
hide crime, if crime exiietp, com
mitted by others when we have
plenty of Reformer.*, in the State
who are pure enough lind-strffi
ciently competent to fill any posi
tion. We are not dependent cu
any men for party sake. If the
charges are without foundation
then Mr. Mixson has already wait
ed too long and should be glad of
an opportunity to give his public
denial. I would not ask this ques
tion but for thu fact that it has
been published that "Mr. Mix
son was on the stand" when
they were preferred aud did
not deny them then and there.
Besides the bear on the pride of
our party when it is charged that
"Tillman filled his pockets with
I, as a Reformer and citizen,
have a right to ask these questions
and the people of this State have a
right to know if Governor Evans
made such statemen's. We take
them a3 au insult and if they are
false Mr. Duncan should be made
to hold up.
R. P. Stackhouse.
Oswego, S. C., Aug. 4,1896.
When the above was Bhown to
Col. Mixson he declined to say
anything in regard to it.
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ithe standard family remedy for *j>)
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mothers and puny children. It (S?
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you. Nothing new about it ; no
trial remedy ; no temporary Wt
stimulant, lt does the work
thoroughly, honestly, and it's
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Clemson College will begin her fourth
year's work August first, at that time
applicants for the Fitting School and
Special Students who may not wish to
take the regular courses will be matri
culated. For catalogue, address
E. IL CRXIGHKAD, Pres.
Clemson College, S.C,
Tribute of Respect.
At a regular communication of
Friendship Lodge No. 25, A. F. M.,
held at Kirksey, S. C., July 25th
1896, the following Preamble and
Resolutions were unanimously
Whereas, on July 1st 1896, it
pleased Almighty God the Great
Architect of the universe, in his
divine wisdom to remove from
time to eternity our esteemed
friend and brother K. W. RAMBO.
Therefore, be it
Resolved 1st. That by the death
of Bro. RAMBO Friendship Lodge
looses a true and worthy member,
the community an upright and
useful citizen, and his family a
kind and affectionate father and
2. That we tender our heart-fell
sympathies to the bereaved family
in this their hour of sore affliction
3. That a page in our minute
book be inscribed to his memory
snd the Lodge wear the usual
badge of mourning for thirty days.
4. That these resolutions be sent
to the Edgefield ADVERTISER foi
publication, and a copy sent lo the
family of our deceased brother.
J. M. RAMBO,
J. W. AITON.
J. C. TIMMERMAN.
Cures Nervous Troubles mid In
Mr. W. T. Nelson, president of
the Second National Bank, of
Jackson, Tenn, says: "For indi
gestion and nervous trouble, I
would rather give up any.remedy
than King's Royal Germetuer. As
a nerve tranquilizer and restora
tive, it is all that 58n he desired.
It it- not a r.arcotic in any sense,
but produces the happiest effects
upon the disordered nervous sys
tem. 1 consider it an invaluable
remedy, and have for several yearn
recommended it to my friends."
Bacon-M DeLoaeh, S M Smith
N L Broadwater, T G Smith clerk
Cleveland-Ezra Talbert, Mati
Bigham,A A Glove/, W E Eu
Cooper-Sam Cooper, John Car
ter, Henry Williamson, Walluci
Collier?-J L Miner. J B Adam?
i S G Hammond, Dr J N Craftoi
Plum Branch-F P Wells, J V
. Blackwell, J P Freeland, J D'Cor
i nett cleik.
Edgefield Democratic Club-I
1 S Anderson-, Ja? Curter, P B Ma
son, G A Gr i Irin clerk.
Gray-M P Witt, J E Partlow
Elbert De Yore, P B Kemp clerk.
' North H i bier-O D Wh. te, 8 Vt
Duncan, E W P.oynolds, WaUe:
i Hampton-Joseph Reece, JLi
r -Grjihii, J L Allin?. L? M ?m?niJr.
Johnston No. 1-C F Pechman
Jas Hart, C A Austin, J P Hardi
Johnston No. 2-W J Huiet
Robert Clark, J W Hart, W B Cog
Long Branch-A C Yonce, E H
Rhoden, A M Herris, S W Scott
Moss-T C Strom, W M Cori ev,
A L Brunson, P W Cheathara cl'k.
Meeting Street-J M Bell, J jC
Buzzard, J H Cogburu, M B Ham
Meriwether-P B Lanham, S W
Gardner Jr, J T Swearingen, Her
bert Bunch cleik.
Meriwether No 1-C W Ham
mond, S L Medlock, S G Corley,
Walter Cheatham clerk.
Millers Store-A S Miller, W F
Roper, Elbert Ryan, J I) Mathis
Pleasant Lane-W E Turner, S
M Strom, James Miunick, W A
Red Hill-P H Bussey, H W
Quarles, Willie DeDaniel, W H
Rehoboth-J C Seigler, S B
Strom, W P Winn, R A Cochran
Shaw-L A Ashley, J F Bettis,
Sim Warren, Willie Holland cl'k.
South Hibler-P B Callison, J
P Cook, J M Gable, C W Burris
Washington-J W Brooks, J B
Thurmond, Winchester, McDaniel,
John Brunson clerk.
Wise-J H Carpenter, P F Ryan,.
R Xx Lundy clerk.
Managers and Executive Com
mitteeman of any club will fill any
vacancy that may occur.
"WHO IS SHE?
Every afternoon there is seen in
Edgefield, astride a handsome bicycle,
a smiling, winsome, vivacious, blue
eyed girl who is the cynosure of all
eyes. She looks the pink of perfection
in her pink shirtwaist, brown bloom
ers and sailor hat. She is one of the
main attractions at Penn's .Mammoth
Thousand Dollar Soda Fountain where
everybody goes to refresh themselves
this hot weather. She advertises
Almoldol, fur the skin; Cold Cream
for the face and hands; Witch Hazel
Soap, for bathing; Frog in Your
Throat, for coughs and colds; Eye
Wash, for pore eyes; Glyc?rine Jelly
for .sunburn; and Phenol Sodiqtie, for
cuts and bruises. Penn will let you
have any of these remedies for only
ten cents. Think of it! They are the
best in the world.
Wanted-An Idea ?3
Protect your Ideas; th*>y may bring you wealth.
Write JOHN* WKDOEUB?RN ft CO.. Putont Attor
noys. Washington, D. C.,for their tl.SUO prlto offer
ar. 1 llb', of two hundred luTe&tlone wanted.
Now is thc time to sub
scribe for thc Advertiser.
C/?fJD /DA TES.
A ' V ' ?S ALL IT ?OSTSf
We'll bury McKinley out in the woods
Tn a beautiful hole in the ground,
Where the strad-bugs straddle, the
whang doodle whines
And the gold bugs gambol (gamble)
I will be a candidate for re-election
to Congress from the Second Con
gressional District, subject to the ac
tion of the Democratic primaries and
the niles of the Democratic party.
W. J. TALBERT.
I hereby announce myse'f a candi
date for the office of Solicitor of the
' Fifth Judicial District of South Caro
i lina, and stand pledged to abide the
result of the Democratic primary.
J. A. MULLER.
Lexington, S. C.
MR. EDITOR: Please announce the
' name of Hon. J. Wm. Thurmond as a
' candidate for Solicitor of the Fifth
' Circuit. Mr. Thurmond's victories for
the State and his bold stand for the
great masses of the people entitle him
to promotion to said office. We pledge
him to abide the result of the Demo
, eratic Primary.
The friends of the Hon. H. H.
Townes announce him a candidate for
the State Senate and we hereby pledge
him to abide the result of the primary
The many friends of J. M. Gaines
nominate him for a seat in the State
Senate. He will abide the result of the
democratic primary and support ab
the nominees of the party.
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.
We the undersigned citizens, of* Hihler and
Talbert Townships, respectfullyaunounce L. D.
White a candidate for the House of Represent
atives; he will abide the result of the democratic
J, W. Cheltham,
S. T. Brunson,
W. P. Winn,
J. O. Scigler,
E. S. Reynalds,
J?. P. Doolittle,
J. B. Cheatham,
J. E. Strom,
E. C. Winn,
H. M. McCain,
W. T. Stevens.
F. P. Hollingsworth,
C. O. Mayson,
J. C. Mayson,
D. J. Seiglor.
The friends of Hon. Thus. II. Rains
ford respectfully announce him as a
candidate for reelection to the House of
Representatives, subject to the Demo
The friends of S. T. Williams will
support him for the House of Repre
sentatives. He will abide the result of
the Democratic primary and support
the nominees of the party.
The friends of Capt. N. G. Evans
respectfully announce him as a candi
date for a seat in the next House of
Representative!;, subject to the Demo
The friends of Hon. W. H. Yeldell
respectfully present his name for the
House of Representatives. He will
abide the result of the primaries and
support the nominees of the Demo
" p*5cTr? ll y "ai HI ou nee to the vo
.Jters of Edgefield County that I am a
candidate for the legislature and will
abide the result of the primary elec
S. McG. SIMKINS.
I respectfully announce myself as a
candidate for re-election to the Sher
iffs office, and pledge myself to abide
the result of the primary's, and to sup
port the nominees of the Democratic
party. W. H. O UZ I'S.
With hopes of meeting their kiudly
consideration, I herewith respectfully
announce myself to the voters of Edge
field County as a candidate for Sheriff
of said County, and hereby pledge my
self ty abide the result of the Demo
WALTER P. BRUNSON.
I am a candidate for County Treas
urer, will abide the result of the pri
maries and support the Democratic
J. A.C. JONES.
The many friends of Capt. Thomas
C. Morgan respectfully present his
name to the voters of Edgefield county
for the office of County Treasurer. He
will abide the result of the Democratic
primary and support all the nominees
of the party.
I am a candidate for Treasurer of
Edgefield County. I will abide the re
sult of the Democratic primary and
support all the nominees ofthat party.
I announce myself a candidate for
Treasurer of Edgefield County and
will abide the result of the Democrat
I am a candidate for the office of)
Connty Treasurer. I will abide the re
sult of the primary election and sup
port the nominees of the democratic
S. B. MAYS.
CLERK OF CORUT.
The friends of Capt. Jun Williams
will support him for Clerk of the
Court. He will abide the result of the
democratic primary and support all
the nominees of the democratic party.
I am a candidate for ie-election to
the office of Clerk of the Court. I will
abide the result of the Democratic pri
mary and support all the nominees of
J NO. B. HILL.
COUNTY SUPERINTEN DENT
1 ?m a candidate for the office o
County Superintendent of Education
I will abide the result of the Demo
cratic primary and support the nomi
nees of that party.
M. B. BYRD.
I am a candidate for the office of
County Superintendent of Education
I will abide the result, of the Demo
cratic primary and support the Horni
ness of that party
POPE N. LOTT.
I am a candidate for the office of
County Superintendent of Education.
I will abide the result of the Demo
cratic primarv and support the nomi
nees of that party.
ALBERT R. N ICHOLSON. |
I am a candidate for re-election to the |
office of Auditor of Edgefield county, i
I will abide the result of the Demo- i
eratic primary and will support all
the nominees of that party.
' J.B.HALT1 WANGER,
I am a candidate for County Super
visor, will abide the result of the dem
ocratic primaries and support the nom
inees of the party.
R. H. PARKS.
I am a candidate for Count) Super
visor, will abide the result of the pri
maries and support the nominees of
the Democratic party.
GEORGE E. DORN.
H.Q. Talbert is hereby nominated
for the office of Supervisor of Edge
fleld County. We pledge him to abide
the action of the Democratic prima
I will make the race for Supervisor
of Edgefleld county; will anide the
result of the primary and support the
nominees of the Democratic party.
A. G. BROADWATER.
The friends of Thomas E. rd will
support him for the oilice of t'oroner
of Edgefleld County. He will abide
the result of the primaries and sup
port the nominees of the Democratic
I am a candidate for Coroner of
Edgefleld County. I am an old Demo
cratic Ho'ss-a poor one perhaps, can't
pull much, but never BOLT or balk,
never, never, never. Let me hear from
you, voters of old Edgefleld, when the
general roll is called.
SCOUT GRAY of CO. "A."
Bryan and Silver.
The National Campaign now begun
will be of more absorbingintei i'st tuan
any sit ce 1876. The contest will ex
tend to every State North and West,
and Massachusetts will be as deleitable
ground as Michigan. The Dem? eratic
standard-bearer, William J. Bryan,
will take the flag of Free Silver into
the very citadels of Gold, and from first
to last't he struggle will be sens:?! ional.
There will not be a dull wee* from
now until November. The Stat--is tie
Leading South Carolina Newspaper
supporting tlie National Democratic
Ticket and the National Democratic
Platform. It is the admitted champion
of the great issue of Bimetalli.-m. upon
which the battle will be foinrht. It
has always been a good newspaper,
and will he better than ever during
this struggle. It will keep the people
of South Carolina closely informed of
the progress and prospects of tiie cam
paign. No Democrat seeking Demo
cratic news and doctrine can afford to
be without it.
To place it within the reach of ev
erybody, the Daily State will be sent
from this time until Nov. 10 to any
address for $1.75, and The Semi-Weekly
State for 40 cents The reduction is
greut, and to get Hie full advantage of
it subscriptions, with the cash, should
be sent at once. Address,
THE STATE, Columbia, S. C.
[DOS'T H358ITATB gi
ttb0ut sending ior our Price ^ g|
anythi^io our \n<?" write to u.. |
J Shingles, &c.. for
I COTTON &ILLS
Notice to Creditors.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
Court of Common Pleas.
R. P. Holloway as Executor of tho
last Will and Testament of Ma
tilda Holloway, deceased-Plain
Dorn, et al.,-Defendants.
PURSUANT to the decree in the
above stated cause, all perseus
holding claims agaiust Mrs. Ma
tilda Holloway deceased are here
by required to prove said claimis
before me as Master on or before
che 12th day of September, 1896,
or the-/ will be debarred.
W. F. ROATH,
Master E. C.
C. A. GRIFFIN, A. E. PADGETT.
Fire, Life, and Accident Ins i
Office in The Farmers Bank of Edge
field, S. C.
We represent the following First- Class
Northern Assurance Company of
Assets American Branch,
American Fire, Philadelphia,
Will write first-class risks in town
Mutual Henetit Life Insurance Com
pany of Newark, New Jersey.
All policies participate in dividends
annually, and are incontestible and
non-Forfeitable after two years.
Before applying for insurance write
us or see. us personally.
. '-So LP iMBowuiaOwvvgr
Kor Sale al all County Dispel),
Fresh turnip seed at. Penn's of Un? fid
owing varieties: Yellow Rutabaga,
lied Top, White Flat Dutch, Yellow
Aberdeen, Golden Ball, White Globe,
fellow Globe, Seven Top, Hanover,
BIG BARGAINS and
PLENTY OF THEM:
A SOLID MONTH OF PICNICS.
Our entire Store one Hu?e Bargain Counter for the Month of July.
Com?1 and see the fea*t we have for you, and then take your choice.
All those 10 and 12$ cent. Dimities go this month for 8?c. ,
Those pre*ty Batiste and Scotch Lawns 20 yards for $1.00.
White Lawn?, Lwisses, Cr?pons, Chaliies, and in fact every
thing on the
"Cut Price" List This Month,
Ladies, Misses, and childret s fast black hose only 5 cents. Bet
ter ones, full seamless and stainles, only 10 cents. Pins and Needles
1 cent a paper. Best patent Hooks and Eyep 5cts. Whalebone Dress
Stays only 5 cents.
Ladies Dongola Oxford Slippers reduced from $1.50 to $1.00. La
dies button Shoes, a Beauty, only $1.00. Mens' Dress-Sh:?es. all style?,
CAN'T BE BEAT at $1.25. Better and finer ones to suit everybody.
It will pp-y you to give us a call and it will be ii pleasure for us
to show you our Slock, come to see vs before you buy as we can't save
you any money AFTER you have b .ught elsewhere. No one will ap
preciate your trade more or will treat yon better than we will.
A. J. BROOM,
THE LEADER OF LOW PRICES.
W7J. RUTHERFORD & CO
BUICK, LIME, CEMENT, READY ROOFING, 4C.
Corner Washington and Reynolds Street
.ATXS-iJLStsL, ? - Ga.
April 28-6m. .
WM. SeHWEieERT & 80.
702 Broad Street, Augusta, Ga.,
??O*3 Send for our Catalogue.
Thirty-three And One-third Per Cent Off.
Sterling Silver Shirt Waist Sets, Onlv 40c.
Elgin Watches, Onlv $4.35,
Piano Lamps, Were $19, Now $12.67.
Watch* s, Were $15, Now $10.
Watches, Were $18, Now $12.
Riugs, Watch Chains, Silver-Ware of A IT Kindt*.
One Dinner Set, 100 Pieces, Were $18.50, Now $12.35.
See my n*\v Sewing Machine F*n, Only 50c.
Come and see me before the time is ont, I mean to make room fo
my Fall Stock of Goods.
CJkJST&l IVETT .T ..?=?,
ol Amsla Coil Gins and Presses.
Large Stocfi of. Engines, Cijeap and Gooff.
IRON WORKS AND
Machinery and Supplies. Repairs, etc., Quickly Made.
Get our Prices before you buy.
oe Voe HiDj
Chas. B. Aile n,
831 BROAD STREET, - AUGUSTA, GA.,
Sheppards Excelsior Cook. Southern Queen Range. Heating and
Cooking Stoves, all Styles and prices. Grates, Mantles and Tile, Tin
ware of all kinds. Tin Roofing and Galvanized Iron Works.
ALWAYS IN THE LEAD
/. C. LEVY & CO.,
AUGUSTA, ? GEORGIA..
Havejnow in store tltelr^entlrc
FALL AND WINTER STOCK OF CLOTHING
t he largest stock ever shown In Augusta. We aim to carry goods wbicJ are
?ot only intrinsically good, but which also, in pattern, style, and finish,
jratify a cultivated and discriminating taste, and at the same time, we aim to
nake our prices so low the closest buyers will be our steadiest, customer?
'olite attention to all. A call will be appreciated.
I. C. LEVY & CO.
rAILOR-FIT CLOTHIERS, AUGUSTA, GA
YOUR ATTENTION /
_--IF YOI! JSIEED-==
M Stives, Stove Pans, Stove Pipe, Tinware, Well Bietete
_oaded Shells, banned Goods, Confeetionaries.
Evaporators Repaired or made to Order.
,ARGEST COOK STOVE FOR^THE MCKEY.
Coffee Pots, Milk Buckets, and Covered Buckets made from tire best of
Tin in the market. Repairs for Cook ?Stoves I sell, kept in stock. Call
on or address
CHAS. A. AUSTIN,