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' T?OS. J. ADAMS,.EDITOR
WEDNESDAY, FEB. 17,1897.
Talmage will lecture in Augusta
on the 22nd.
Murray bas concluded to drop
his proposed contest.
Congress continues to pass pen
sion bills over the President s vsto.
Spain has just bought two iron
clad war vessels from English ship
Over nine million dollars have
. been appropriated by Congress for
President Cleveland still goes
duck hunting, and on his last hunt
bagged fifteen or twenty b'rds.
Pather J. J. Monaghan, of Char
bon, has been made Bishop of
Imington, Delaware, by the
W. W. Ball, for some time editor
the Charleston Post, has gone to
ieenville to take editorial charge
the Greenville News.
Thomas M. Workman, a farmer
Spaitanburg county, is said to
the real inventor of the tele
\ : one and cylindrical press.
Congress has appropriated $400,
for work on Winyah Bay, and
100 for a uew light station on
Bay, both in .this Stale.
nsen, the man who has been
r than any other to the no-'th
has been presented with a
aecial by the Prince of Wales.
. .-teen prisonars escaped from
i'orkv?lle jail ou Saturday
. eleven negroes and two
men. The authorities are in
t of them.
.\r.. ind Castemary, a singer,
n: of heart disease at the cou
of the final act of the opera
1 . a," in a New York opera
. one night last week.
?u tue election contest brought
. V.tscn, of Georgia, against
ntative Black the commit
?lections confirmed Judge
title to his seat.
governor and legislature
1 ffi ^?pted Charleston's iuvita
v - ... are the promised attrac
jston has had to .e'xtend an
ted hospitality to the fleet
-f )f receiving into her in
. the sailors wounded in the
. eot between the squadron
? and has been made upon
iature for the appropria
; 750 to build a new barn at
! utive mansion. A slightly
- r gant outlay of the people's
to say the least of it.
i is so much opposition in
ited States Senate to the
arbitration treaty with
d that there is little chance
i measure being ratified at
sion of congress.
United States Senate has
aously passed a resolution
lieh one of the government's
i to convey grain to the fam
ricken ones in India. The
i contributed by California,
i and other Western States.
ista's business men have de
j have a spring festival, in
; a trades display, etc., to
visitors to the city in such
as to insure a merry time
? e incidental sale of dry
id groceries. A wise pro
:r ! _
e of Greece hae*been arous
al urkish atrocities in Crete,
. king has notified thePow
.t Greece cannot remain a
spectator. It is not im
! that this small kingdom
he means of precipitating
* in Turkish affairs.
ty"hii en route to Charleston the
antic squadron encount
3 near Hatteras.and ships
? ! w were in great perji^for
s-. v.urs. Four sailors were
was! verboard >xid lost, eight
others v,?re iujirfed, and all thr
vessels damaged, some to a greatei
Tho torpedo fleet commanded by
Prince George, second son of the
king of Greece, has sailed for
C?ete. Before tho fleet departed
Prince George was given a grand
ovation. The prince declared that
he would prevent the Turkish
tioopssent from Smyrna, the news
of whose despatch to Crete created
intense excitement, from debark
ing in the island. Advices received
in Athena state that the town of
Retimo, Crete, has been set on fire
in several places^by Mussulmans.
The North Atlantic squadron has
for several days been in position
off Charleston bar. The city ie
blockaded by twenty or more of
the largest vessels in the navy, yet
on Saturday night the Vesuvius,
the ship 6elocted for the purpose,
safely ran the blockade into the
harbor. Admiral Bunce will have
to practice naval tactics longer
than the two weeks he proposes, if
he expects to intimidate foreign
power with his fleet.
The costliest book in the world
is the official history of the War of
Secession, which :s now being is
sued by the government of the
United States. It will consist of
one hundred and twelve volumes
and an atlas, the coat of each vol
ume being over $28,000, the cost of
the whole work being $3,000,000.
The material used in the prepara
tion of this history.is taken from
both Federal and Confederate
archives. The government sells
the volumes at a price much be.
low the. cost upon application to
the Secretory of War, and they are
given to public libraries.
Dun's Weekly Cotton review of
the cotton market for the weeks
ending, last Saturday has the
There was some ttrength at the
9":ait on heavy transactions in
print cloths at Fall River mill*,
and the British Board of Trade
reported ar. increase of ten million
yards in the exports of cotton
cloth during January over the
same month last year. But Mr.
Ellison issued as estimate of the
American crop as 8,659.000 bales,
which caused some weakness, and
the selling movement had only
to be started to find liquidation
easy. Port receipts were also larger,
aud accompanied by lighter ex
ports, which together with selling
for foreign speculative account
discouraged the traders who were
attempting to bolster up the
market.' The weakness is rather
remarkable in the face of sales of
print cloths which aggregate about
1,200,000 piece for the week, the
largest on record. . -
The anti-free-pass act has been
A bill has passed requiring rail
roads to check bicycles for passen
gers as baggage.
A bill to Bet aside $500 to pur
shahe school books for poor chil
iireji,haa-bflflri nanaed : BIRO fiJjilkt/v
A bill against carrying- conceal
ed weapons ;
The "Jim Crow" car bill ;
Mr. Price's dispensary investi
Mr. Simkins' bill to amend the
act to fix the times and provide for
the holding of the circuit courts o?
the Fifth circuit.
Bills passed are :
To require stamps, stationery,
fuel, etc., to be furnished county
auditors and treasurers.
To amend the law relating to
special school districts.
To amend the statutes as to con
tracts of married women.
To authorize the holding of spe
cial elections in cities and towns
for the purpose of issuing bonds
for corporate purposes.
Mr. Gaines' bill to establish a
new township in Edgefield county.
Mr. Gaines' bill to amend the
dispensary law in regard to dis
House bill to rea'-'.ire all the
county officers of the several
counties of this State, to keep their
offices open during each week day.
Changing the time for executors
and administrators to account to
the probate judges.
To amend an act to authorize all
cities and towns to build, equip
and operate a system of water
works and elctric lights and to
iFjue bonds to meet the same and
io validate bonds issued there
House bill to apportion the
roads fund derived from the
A bill to amend an act to pro
vide for the corporation of towns
of less than one thousand inhabit
Bill (liouse) to amend an act to
provide a system of county govern
ment for the several counties of
this State, so far as it relates to
the working and maintaining the
roads and highways in this State.
Bill to -establish a new town
ship and polling precinct in
Bill to amend the general statu
tes, relating to commissions of
county treasure .-s.
Bill (house) providing punish
ment for laborers? who violate
either written or verbal contracts
after having received supplie?
from the landlord.|
Bill to amend the free school
law of the State.
Bill (house) to require the
supervisor of Aiken county to
publish quarterly reporis.
Bill (house) to establish u new'
judicial and election district,
?rom portions of Abbeville aud'
and; Edgefield counties, to be
known as Greenwood county.
It was learned yesterday Satur
day from a reliable source that
the administration would try to
make up the deficiency in the
funds for running the govern
ment by the enactment of an in
come tax bill, a license bill and
an insurance bill fixing a gradu
ated license on the gross premiums
earned by companies. By these
no profession, trade or industry
will be spared. All will have to
bear their part of the burden.
These measures have been
mentioned before as a means of
making up the deficiency, and
they have evidently found favor
in the sight of a good many. The
three meaures'oppoced many be
briefly outlined thus :
MILLS AND BANKS INCLUDED.
The license bill, as explained,
is a graduated ono, imposing a
small license upon all professions,
trades and industries. The cot
ton mills by thin bill are taxed 50
cents upon every $1,000 of capital.
Bagging; factories and similar
industries including banks are
taxed in the same way. A lawyer
or any other professional mau,
whose profession nets him $2,500,
say would have to pay about $6 ;
the clerk who gets a salary of
$1,290 would pay $3. This
estimate for professional and busi
ness men applies to only those
whoso iucomes or salaries is $1,000
or more on which one-fourth of
one per cent, will be levied.
This bill alone is expected to
ra.se about $70,000 or $30,000 per
THE INCOME TAX.
The graduated income bill
begins with an income of $2,500
and imposes a tax of 1 per cent.;
on $10,000, 212 per cent.; on
$15.000and upwards, 3 percent.
This is intended lo re.ich the man
who has an income but no visible
property. Property holders whose
incomes reach any of the
above figures will come within
the providion of tho act also. It
is hoped that from this source
$50.000 or $60,000 will be derived.
Senator Gaines has introduced
the following bill in tho Senate,
which if passed gives Edgefield
seven judicial districts, each pre
sided over by a magistrate :
There shall be in Edgefield
County aeven judicial districts,
as follows, to-wit : The first shall
Shaw's Creek. The second dis
tricts shall embrace those portions
of Johnston, Mobley and Ward
townships remaining in Edgegeld
County and that part of Shaw
township north of Shaw's Creek,
The third district shall embrace
Merriwether, Gregg and Collier
townships. The fourth district
shall embrace Washington Ryan
and Collins townshias. The fifth
district shall embrace Talbert,
MOSB and Hibbler townships. The
sixth district shall embrace
Blocker township, that portion of
Gray township lying south of the
line surveyed for Greenwood
County, that portion of Pine
Grove township remaining in
Edgefield County and that portion
of Pickens township lying north
of Little Turkey Creek and west
of a straight line running from a
poiut ou said creek 500 yards
above the bridge on road between
Capt* J. C. Brook's, and estate of
John Harris in a northeasterly
direction to thc Saluda County
line at a point 50 yards north of
Calvary Church. The seventh dis
trict shall embrace Cooper town
ship and that portion of Gray
township lying north of the line
surveyed for Greenwood County.
The office of the Magistrate of the
first district shall be at Edgefield
Court House and his salary shall
be one hundred and fifty dollars
per annum. The office of the
second district shall be at John
ston and his salary shali be one
hundred dollars per annum. The
office of the ^Magistrate of the
fourth district shall be at Parks
villeandhis salary shall be one
hundred dollars per annum. The
salaries of the remaiuing Magis
trates in said County shall be
each seventy-five dollors per
annum. Provided, however, That
the criminal jurisdiction of the
Magistrate of the fifth district
shall not be confined to the town
ships of that drstrict, but shall
exteut over the whole County of
Edgefield, except the trial and
examination of, cases which shall
be had before the Magistrate near
est to the defendant, as now pre
scribed by law.
Mr. Gaines has aleo introduced
There shall be established in
Edgefield County a new township
and polling precinct to be known
AB Elmwood township, having the
followiug metes and bounds to
wit: Beginning on the Saluda
County line at Sleepy Creok,
thence ruuning down said Sleepy
Creek to its intersection with
Little Turkey Creek, thence up
Little Turkey Creek to a pc
yards above the bridge OJ
between Capt. J*. C.. Bro i ,'\
estate of John Harris, the->
straight line running to a ? ~
the Saiuda County line 51
north of Calvary Church
along the Saluda County
the point of beginning* .
Sec. 2, The votingp-lac;
polling precinct shall be ?
Said Elmwood townrhip
by made a part of :
Judicial District of said Cou
Sec. 3. That part bf
township remaining ir, '
County is hereby madf
Sec. 4. That part of Gu :
ahip lying east of the public road '
running from Old .Wells to Gran-''
iteville is hereby made a part of
Shaw township, and that part of*
said Gregg township lying weat of j
said road is hereby made a part ofj,
Sec. 5. That part of Gray town
ship lying south of the line survey,
ed for Greenwood County,/] and
rhat part of Pine Grove township;;
remaining in Edgefield County
and lying west of Sleepy Cree,k, are 1
hereby made parts of Blockei'*
Mr. Gage, of Chester, has in
troduced a home rule county
government bill that is exciting]
much iuterest and comment all y
over the State. It proposes a "
most radical change in the olff?
law by providing for a coun>
board that shall have the powr
to pass ordinances regulatiifft
county governmental affairs jut
as ci ry councils now govbru th
city under their charge.
Dorchester County bill.
Sinking fuud bill, providing fe'
the loan to the .counties of th
"sinkiug. Fnnd'^moneys for l?
period ot-oje year, at a ra's c
interest not less than 5 per oent. P
House bill to .amend ci-uut;>
governrnent law so far as it rt
lates to working the roads.
House bill to; authorize aol
empower the sheriff of Willama
burg county to purchase and
keep at the court house a pair of
blood hounds for ihe purpose of
trackiug convicts and fugitive'
law breakers, amended by Mir.
Williamsso as to apply to .all
counties and limited the cost. of
the dogs at $100 a pair;
House bill to require county
supervisors to publish qttarly ire
ports in the papers'of their ?teiB
pe^tiye counties at^ a cost not 'jgftz
Beaufort, Barnwell, Bamberg, Be r
ke ley, Chester, Colleton, Ge^rgjd
town, Horry, Kershaw, . Lauren s,'
Lexington, Lancaster, Marlboro,
Marion, Ocouee and York. t
House bill to estab? sb. Bals
berg county. . i!
House bill to amend subdivision
one of section 2548 of the revised
statutes of 1893, relating to cost*.
House bill to amend section
311 of the revised statutes, being
section 256 of the general
Making it a misdemeanor fer
any Stat?: or county officer to re
ceive any rebate on purchases of
books or any oth^r^-property or
supplies from printing houees.
What do/you think of the
expenditureof $94,000 8?. y ear ioj^
keep Clemson college going] a
Clemson comes pretty high at thoa] E
figures doesn't it? We think so. Ii J
they can run a "dude factory" a? jj
Tillman called tho Citadel, witlL
all its supposed extravagances on p.
$20,000 it seems to us tbey'cauronp:
a plain farmers'college on as little^
"Sam" Jones, the Georgia aranju
gelist, gets $2,000 and hrs expenses^'
for his month's revival work in m
Boston, according to the Tran-p<
script. - ^
Norris will sell a thousand tons' ovr
that Chicora "Acid and Potash. Mixj
ture" with a relative commercial yalu
Another Flower Plucked.
On Feb. 8th, 1397, as midnight wa
drawing nigh, the little son of Mr. an
Mrs. W. F. Whittle, thd spirit of litt)
MiNicK took its homeward flight to th
realms of the blest. The Lord is per
fectingthe great family of Heaven b
gathering in the little ones.
May God in his mercy comfort th
bereaved family. M.
AT IT, g
I again offer my services to the peopl
of Edgefield and ?Saluda counties jil
the line of my profession, that of
[will promptly attend all calls. M
postoftice address is Butler, ?alu'<
County, S. C. ?
LEE MACK. !
Remember the Ac|
vertiser Job Office i
prepared to do al
kinds of work.
io Serve Schol
A Strom, F L Tim
? M Timmerman.
ra Talbert, Wm
gi ne Thurmond.
L Miller, Dr J M
r M Dorn.
. H r-T F Ellenburg,
rd and Wm R Cooper.
;r-M A Watson, Jno
md N M Burkhalter.
Grove-W C Hart,
and R W Bledsoe.
uri Grove-W B Lowrey,
? - sud Joe M Shaffer.
j -R P Holloway, Jno
.? , ,re andE J Pickle.
Meit Gray-P B Kemp, J H
and JG Penn.
iNorth Hibler-G E Dorn, P B
.Uison and J K Corley.
South Hibler-RB Dorn, O D
bite and W A Cheatham.
Johnston-W B Cogburu, Jas R
art and R A Turner.
North Meriwether-P B Lan
,m, Juc F Atkins and J D Tim
South Meriwether-H H Townes,
W Reese and S J Corley.
Picbens-A F Broadwater, H B
allman and H S Hill.
Plum Branch-J D Coruett, Jno
' Blackwell and J H Tompkins.
Shaw-E L Ryan, H W Jackson
ld J C Long.
?FalberiHE C Winn, DI Morgan
iel Oscar Seigler.
S?rth Washington- .'/ W Brooks,
riuchester McDaniel and J B
South Washington-H E Bunch,
ufus Harling and S G Meri
VVards-Abram William, Silas
once aiid M W Clark.
Wise-P F Ryan, J M Mays and
Moss-J A Miunick, J H P Ro
ar and W P Bruiisou.
Harmony-G M Smith, M B
[amilton and W L Bolton.
F.irk-H H Scott, L D Reese
nd J J Taylor.
,Edgefield-A S Tompkins, O L
>obson and W L Dunovant.
ParkBville-L F Dorn, J C Mor
an aitd P H Robinson.
. Treuton-i-J M Bettis, E L Posey,
.M'Sweariugep, W F Roper and
Gregg-S F Garner, E J Mundy
,nd Ol Swearingen.
Kirkseys-C A Arrington, W M
)uzts and J M Rambo.
Eureka-Felix Timnierman, R.
["Strom and Geo S Timmerman.
Union Grove-J M Gaines, J W
Bree School Apportionment for
Scholastic Year 1896-7,
Blocker, $505 66
Collins, 717 48
Collier, 643 76
West Cooper. 599 17
. . East Cooper, 565 86
East Pine Grove, 258 58
West Pine Grove, 380 55
East Gray, 284 66
South Hibler, SoQ5o
Johnsto-j,. 772 70
Nirth Meriwether, 336 76
. South Meriwether, 448 98
Pickens, 303 19
Plum Branch, 402 57
Shaw, 388 27
Talbert, 666 37
North Washington, 408 29
South Washington, 377 69
Wards, 511 79
Wise, 592 60
Mo?, 627 57
Harmony, 679 57
Fork, 229 53
Edgefield, 518 66,.
Parksville, 509 54li
Trenton, 419 93
Gregg, 144 22 J
Kirkseys, 19105 1
Union Grove, 238
is a true ana correct
pportionmeut made in accord
nce with the Teachers' Monthly
ieports as are found in this office,
find many pay warrants drawn
y teachers and no reports at
iched. Each warrant must be
ccompanied by a full and com
[ete report for each month. I also
rge that the trustees make a com
Tete annual report to this office
1 or before the first day of August
; each year, according to Section
2 of the School Lrw, for without
'cb reports , it is impossible for
e to make a true and correct ap
jftionment. I again urge that
ich and every trustee appointed
r-the county board of education
?me to this office in person, as I
?sh his signature, and at the
me. time get the apportionments
jr the several districts.
T find that several of the school
stricts during the^scal year just
tssed have overdrawn their ap
>rtionment, while ochers have un
STo teachers pay warrant will be
iproved unless signed personally
rat least a nuijoiity of the trus
es of each district and also ac
impanied by a teachers1 monthly
port for the month for which
id warrant is drawn.
A. R. NICHOLSON,
Co. Supt. Educ'n E. C. S. C.
Edgeneld, S. C., Jan. 22, 1897.
DTi i ldrens
Now is the season to
buy the beBt School
Shoes for your children.
Buy solid goods. They
are the cheapest in tho
AMES M. COBB,
Headquarters for Good Shoes.
Bring your Job
-Vork to this office*
tice to Executors, Ad
md Trustees. ^ .
xecuters, Admin istrators,
trdians and Trustees will take
ice that under the law they are
aired to make to the Judge of
batean annual accounting of
estates in their hands during
months of January and Feb
ry of each year, and upon fail
to do so forfeit all claims for
emissions, and are further Ha
to fine and cofts.
J. D. ALLEN,
Judge of Probate.
Inited Confederate Veterans,
?ted Daughter* of the Confederacy,
e Sons, and other Organizations.
01 y?tr. Tw? Sampleti Four Two-Cent Stamp*
S. A. CUNNINGHAM.
iciAi. RKDOCTIOK In Club? with tal? Paper.
'?"Soi.? IM BotTWta.ONt.v?^
For Sale at all County Dispen
MARLESTON & WESTERN
Lugusta and Ashville Short Line."
Schedule in effect Oct. 1, 1896.
/Augusta. 940am 71? pm
r Greenwood.. 1217pm 1130 pm
r Anderson- 7 30 pm .
r Laurens- 1 t? p in 7 00 am
r Greenville.. 2 55pm 945am
r Glenn Sp'gs-4 05pm .
r Spartanburg.. 3 00 p in 10 20 am
r Saluda- 5 23 p tu 5 23 p m
r bendersonville 551 p m 1 45 p ra
r 4suville.645pm -
v Ashville- S20 am .
Y Spartanburg ll 45 a ni 4 00pm
v Greenville - 1155am 4 00 pm
rLaiirens- 1 .?Op m 7pm
v Anderson.. 10 25 a in .
r Greenwood.. 2 2 00 pm 5 00am
,v Augusta- 5 05 pm 9 35 am
v Savannah.... 5 55 a in .
,v Greenwood.. 5 23pm
tr Raleigh.... 1 26 a rn
ir Norfolk.... 7 00am
kr Petersburg - 6 00 a m
Lr Richmond.... 6 40 a m
Close connections at Greenwood for
ll points on S. A. L., and C. and G.
Railway, and at Spartanburg witbjj
For information rel.itive to tickets
?ates, schedules, etc address
W. J. CRAIG, Gen. Pass. Agt.
I'ninruitrf^homas tract of land in
the northwest fork of the Chap
pells and Edgefleld roads, contamine
about twenty-seven acres.
READY FOR INSPECTION.
Our line of Wagons and Buggies
both in open and tops. Carriages and
Breaks are ready for inspection. We
ire offering rare bargains and cor
Jially invite yon to call.
This line is complete. We have just
.eceived a large shipment of Wagon
ind Buggy Harness together with all
larts of harness-such as Riding
Blind, Carriage and Open Bridles'
?Vag?n and Buggy Collars, Harness!
fugs, Traces, Cockeye and Buggy
Traces, Gig Saddles, Gig Padsanu
,ollars Pads,^Bejjx^flus folding and
.'"g'^LW^trOuble and single, Hame
\Vt\%8r Croupies, Breeching both
agon and buggy, Slip Harness, Tie
?ins, Breech Straps, Choke Straps,
utch Collars and Traces, Web and
iather Halters, Wagon Breeching all
tes, at living prices.
Oak and Poplar Suits, very pretty
d very cheap; Dining Tables, ex
nsion and piain ; Bureaus. Rockers
all kinds; Easels, Hat Racks, and
erything to make home comfortable.
HARDWARE AND WAGON MATERIAL
A tine line of both, such as Rims,
lokes, Hubs, Tire Iron, Round Iron,
uare Iron, Band Iron. Hoop Iron
fact everything that is in the make
of wagons or buggies. Hand Saws,
igers and Auger Bits, Hammers,
itchets, Squares, Axes, Chisles,
ack8mith Tongs, Files, Rasps, Rules,
pea, Lines, Planes, Braces and Bits,
o Cook Stoves, all sizes and prices.
This line is always complete, we
rry a large stock of Coffins, Caskets
d Metallics all sizes and prices.
Jails attended to promptly night or
jr. Hearse furnished when wanted,
r prices are right on everything we
1, and if we should not have every
ng you want in stock we will order
'or you. We invite you to come.
RAMSEY & JONES,
Successors to Ramsey & Bland
[ Respectfully begmy patrons to
nember my appointments at TREN
f? on Wednesday of each A every
ek for dental work, whiui ./ill be
?cuted in accordance with the latest
so charge for consultation.
MANLY TI M MONS, D. D. S.
Nov. 24, '96. Edgefleld, S. C.
BUSINESS EDUCATION is
one boy and one
girl in every Coun
ty of South Caroli
na by the largest,
most elegan tly
equipped and pre
institution in the
South which gives
?ly drill in actual business, banking
d office work
Positions are guaranteed graduates
rough the Employment Burean. Ad
THE GA., BUSINESS COLLEGE,
The Langley M'fg. Com
pany, until further notice,
will purchase colton | cent
under Augusta market
quotation!3 on day of de
livery, at Langley, S. C.
THOMAS BARRETT, JR.,
Nov. 10-1 f.
HG ADS AND BIG TALK
MAY CATCH THE MINDS OF SOME, BUT ALL
GOOD BUYERS ARE LOOKING FOR THE
ight Goods and the Right Prices,
There have been some nwful Smaah-ups among the Macufac
rers and Jobbers which has enabled us
to buy Goods Cheaper '.ban ever
fore, consequently can save you from
Twenty-five to Fifty Per Cent.
i everything in Dry Goods, Clothing, Shoes and Hats. We have done
, are doing so to-day, and will continue *o do so, regardless of what
hers may do or say against us. All the argument in the world
mid not iuduce you tu trade with us if our prices were not right.
A COMPARISON IS ALL WE ASK
td we are satisfied we will please you. Everybody respectfully in
ted to call and see what we can do for them.
A. J. BROOM,
THE LEADER OF LOW PRICES.
Oct. 21-1896. -
W. J. RUTHERFORD & CO
BEICK, LIME, CEMENT, EE1DY ROOFING, &C.
horner Washington and Reynolds Street
L New Tear's Greeting!
JEWELRY, SILVER NOVELTIES, WATCHES,
POCKET BOOKS, DIAMONDS, TOILET AR
TICLES, CLOCKS. BRASS TABLES, CUT
GLASS, FINE UMBRELLAS.
Send for our 1897 Catalogue.
WM. SeHWEieERT & 0o->
702 Broad Street, Augusta, Ga.,
25 Per Cent
I have more goods than
Jan. 25th to Feb. 25th.
_?. JU. FOX.
jffw stocR of Engines, ?fieap and cooa.
I AMDADH 5 IRON WORKS AND
-.UIVIDAnU (SUPPLY COMPANY.
tachinery and Supplies. Repairs, etc., Quickly Made.
?dt ' Get our Prices before you buy.
ALWAYS IN THE LEAD
/. C. LEVY & CO.,
AUGUSTA. - GEORGIJ\.
Have now in store their entire
'ALL AND WINTER STOCK OF CLOTHING
lie largest stock ever shown in Augusta. We aim to carry goods whic.i are
>t only intrinsically good, but which also, in pattern, style, and ? ii nish
.atify a cultivated and discriminating taste, and at the same time, we aim to'
ake our prices so low the closest b'*vers will be our ^steadiest customers
jlite attention to all. A call will be jpreciated.
I. C. LEVY & CO.
'AILOR-FIT CLOTHIERS, AUGUSTA, GA
-T^n 1TOTJ .NEED^^_
? Steves, Stove Pans, Stove Pipe, Tinware, Well Bite
.oaded Shells, Canned Goods, Confeetionaries.
Evaporators Repaired or made to Order.
.ARGEST COOK STOVEFOR^THE MONEY.
Ooffee Pots, Milk Buckets, and Covered Buckets made from the best of
Tin in the market. Repairs for Cook Stoves I sell, kept in stock. Call
on or address
JHA8. A.. AUSTIN,
Jixo. IEL. Fearey,
Diamonds, Watches, Jewelry,
849 Broadway, Opposite Daly's Dry Goods Store,
A UG U S TA, G A.,
Sterling Novelties and Gold Watches,
From $15 to $150.