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S leefield Advertiser
Tl*Ob. J. ADAMS,.KD1TOU
WEDyiEZDXY, :;ov. 17.
Spain has decided io court-mar
Tho State Fair -.vas favored with
superb weather. . . .
The San Marco,- -Oie* $-$0,000''
hotel of Sf. Augustine, was burned'
a few days ago.
Experiment .hat proved that any
land that vrilf makegood corn will
An unsuccessful attempt to as?
sassioate the- president-of Brazil
was made last week.
More than fifty thousand names
have recently ?-cen added to the
United States pension rolls.
Yellow fever is onMhe deciim
and quarantine against ike infect
ed district has been raised.
The Cleirson. Exhibit al the
Stute Fair ia spoken oi' as highly |
creditable and interesting.
?. i?. ? i i im
Seven Christians have started
on loot from New York to r stab
lish a mission among ?he laborers
in the go o fields of Klondike.
Gen. Fitzhugh Lee will coutiuii?'
to represent thc United States gov
ernment in Cuba, although the re
publican party r^i?rn> iii Washing
Every coi io.> grower wisbei
every other cotton grower would
reduce his acreage of cot!0.1, bu?
isn't willing t" plant loss cotton
The farmers of j ?ut is County,
Ga., are preparing io organize :
union or alliance, ;'o.* tue purpcs*i
of.redccing i he acreage in cotton.
It is said to bo more agures^ivi
than ile Coltou Planter's Protec
Apparently small things, whc?
properly utilized, lead io fi:nu
and fortune. Hiram G. Kotchkiss
of Wayne count/, N. Y., starlet'
the pepe.'.mini industry. He co?lt
not sell it to home folks, but founc
a rich market in Germany. Iii
grew rich and in 1S7S spent several
months in Europe, ile was receiv
ed with gr?ai honors in al! tb<
leading cities. For many year!
he has been known as the "Pepper
mint King," bolbin Europe ant
- "Boss" Webs'er has bren rp
pointed collector of internal rey
enue for this Stat?.
A Washington special to th
Columbia Stale quotes Webstc
as follows :
"My appointment,'3 said D
"Webster to-night "was no sn:
prise to me. ?vo charges were file
against Collector Townes .".nd tl
change was made at this tin:
time simply as a rocogniton of m
services to the administration."
TAX ACT OF 1SS2.
Tiie new Comptroller Genera
Epton, is endeavoring to en fon
the tax law cf 1SS2 that the otb?
chief tax officers of the Slate hai
hitherto ignored. The act
which we refer reqair.es that:
Section 229 (177.) Any perse
who shall at any place in th is stat
be engaged .11 the business of bu
ing and selling personal propert
or in selling personal proper
consigned to him from any pla
out of the state, orpropert7 not t!
product of this state; consign
to him from any place within t.
state, shall be held to be a mc
chant,and, at the same time, he
recmired ';o list' bis other person
property, shall deliver to 1
auditor of the county in whi
his business is situated a ?t?leme
under his oath, of the aven:
mon Illly value of the perscr
property, moneys and cred
pertaining lo his mercant
business; t.? ascertain which
shall set down the value on ha
on the first day of Jar nary
the preceding year, or other Iii
of commencing business duri
the year, fidel thereto :;ii purchas
when made at cost, and I
remaindershr.il be the average
hand for that month; and
like manner a?cer'?.in the aver:
value for each monti:, down
the first day of January of the yi
in which the ret urn i? to be ma
add together such monthly va it
divide the aggregate by the nun;
of months he has been in bu vin
during the preceding year
aforesaid, and to the quotient :
the moneys and ere elita on ha
the first day of January in
year in which the return is tm
and the product of this j
addition shall he the f un: u
which he ?hall pay taxes for
year in which the return in ma
Provided, Thai what when busii
ia opened after the th;-! ti;.-,
the preceding year . ?ci cl >s< d
fore the first day ol January of
year in which lin:- return is ni
the parties opening ; nd e i<u
such busim.es shail make ie i
on- merchandise-the time
opening and ci sing such bu&i
being ibo times n- d as the t
cf the return as established in
It is but justice to Auditor!
iwanger, of this county, to state
hat lae tas for years been trying
o curry out the provisions of this
Why take Johnson9s
Chili.? Fever Ionic?
Because it euros the
most stubborn case
of Fever in ONE DAY.
i L A B A M A N EG KO COLONY.
?liss Say Gives $10,000 to Ex?
p?riment in Solving the Race
Birmingham, Nov. 10.-A negro
colony has heen formed near j
Decatur, this state, and the place
v.: s opened Saturday afternoon.
It ic lo be known as the Cedar?
Lake Negro Colony, and a posioffice
is already established. Application
has been made for a charter, and
a provisional city government has
:i elected. The colony will
IG7 acres of fine land, and
President M. M. Smith of the
uisville :>.IK1 Nashville railroad
haspronViSed tu erect a station
and give shipping concessions.
I: is a movement started by Miss
Ray, known io the literary world
as Jack Carlton, and she gives
.^iO.OOO to it, not as a business
.-peculation but as a plan for
harmonizing the race problem.
The negroes are to invite others
of tbsir race, build churches,
and business places, and have a
town ?if their own. The state
administration sanctions the
sc h l'm e.
Quinine and other fe
yer medicines take from 5
io IO days io cure fever.
Johnson's Chi H and Fever
Tonic cures in ONE DAY.
Valuable Land for Sale.
I will offer for sale at Green
wood, S. C., on Jau. 3rd. 1S9S, 97c
acres of land ns follows:
Lot No. 1, known as the Dr
. h s. Lake place i?? Greenwood
county, situated on the Marth
.-vu road, in-town
?hip i.- ar Kirksey P. 0., contain
300 acres with eu elegant eigh
room ?-rick house, store house
three tenant houses, barn, stables
lc Traci INC. 2. 100 acres, tw<
tenement houses. Tract No. c
240 acres, two tenement housef
stables, etc. Tract No. 4, HS acret
one tenement house, principal!,
dland. 'tract No. 5 contain in
7-i acres, nil natural forest. Trac
No. G, k-uown as the Rye Lat, con
tairiiug HS acres, largely wood
Terms: One-fourth cash, bal
anc ' one and two years time.
H. VV. CELY, Administ'r.
In Qnc Day
ces n> to
Great bargains in school books, ne
and second hand. All kinds. Al
linc Bibles, Albums and Holid
Goods. We make a specialty of Pi
?ure Framing and Photo Frames, Ai
?st's Materials, etc.
830 Bre ad St., Augusta, Ga.
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* RT?T?,,0? CO?T?;TS?SS?O?I
; >. Merchants.
i's ?M.-er? of S?if.%iMnfj Flour, Crist
> hiUXi, Ci ii t?n?s ?ti toril
Fl .-;r ;..c:: - ? vi:!:- :- i:i Butt or
i: . tt|wr lite* lis? ul alt J Mze.
. Ten Cara ; \ ?ira ,-.,?> Kost-Prool Oats, thi:
. v!'?r"*- .:?.;?. ot ? ?c:.-boiio.? prices..
? .'..... .'.! !. A - !.Y< 'ES mm*.- o-i nil Undi
. of Unitary i r?. UurrtupoudtMCt wot t cit td
I 2?0-2JS 3?V STREirT, WEST,
OXE OF TWO WAYS.
Tile bladder was created for one p
po: e, namely, a receptacle for
urine, andas such it is not liable
any form of disease except by one
two ways. The first way is from
perfect action of Hie kidneys. '.
second way is from careless local tn
aient of other diseases.
Unhealthy urine from unheal
kidn ys is the chief cause of blad
troubles. Ho the womo, like the b
?cr, war- created for one purpose,
if ;: A doctored too much is not li;
;o weakness or disease, except in J
?ases, li is situated back ol' and \
.lose to thc bladder, therefore
pain, disease or inconvenience ia;
Vested in the kidneys, back, bladdc
usinary passage is often, hy mist
attributed to female weakness
womb trouble of some sort. Thee
is easily made and may bc as ci
ivoided. I'o lind ont correctly,
your urine aside for 21 hour
ledinieitt or settling indicates ku
ir bladder trouble. Thc mild ant
.xtraordlnary effect of L>r. Kilr
? wat; ip Koot, the great ki<
iud bladder remedy, ir- ?ooti
zed. ?f you need a medicine
nhl haye I he best. At drug;
:<: i. e fifty cents and one di
i'ou may have a sample bottle
pamphlet both sen! free* by mail3 '.
.iiiii the AitVKKTi'Jta and'send
iddt'Hss to Dr. Kilmer A, Co., 1
lamton, X. V. The proprietor o)
paper guarantees the genuinem
When you get on Broad Street
Two stores of bargains-Unmatchabl
throughout the entire County of Ric
can sell within the short winter befo
You can't hardly call it Spending-?
page of argument. The following p
19 pieces* 36-iuch all wool navy
serge, worth any where 4oc per yd.
at this sale 29c.
i 41 pieces all wool,fancy two-toned
checked cheviots, worth 4oc yd at
161 pieces 45-inch all wool covert
cloth, camel's hair, checks, plaids,
silk and wool mixtures, etc, not a
piece in the lot worth less than
75c yd, special 49c.
50 pieces half wool fancier, usu
ally 20c, at this sale 12 l-2c.
23 pieces, a job lot, of half wool
pJaids, checks and plain dress
goods double width the regular
price 22c any where, our price is
JOS pieces single width worsted
and cashmere, all colors, black in- j
eluded, at 7c
At 35c 15 pieces 4S-inch all wool
surah serge, can not be matched
At 46c 67 pieces novelty black
goods, all the latest wears, worth
65c and 75c yard
At 65c ll pieces R0 inch all wool
black diagonal *? .g<j, worth 90c
Al " (?itC'-'S black cashmere,
worth not less than 39o
21 pieces fancy colored brocade
silks, instead of 79c they arel
priced in this sale 39c
A lot of Roman stripe and fancy j
brocaded silks, easily worin 75c,j
READY MADE SKIRT'S.
43 full width, latest style black
terest of P. B. To
of Hull & Tobin,
notes, accounts oi
them, I will cont
branches as beret
by the late firm, j
eral advances to ?
to hold their cot:
and offer to all fri
essary to make thc
The business is
at the old stand.
P. B. TOBIN
No. 5 WAR
THE FIRM OF HULL & TOBI
sent, P. B. Tobin having sold ou his i
will contract business on his own ace
the property of Asbury Hull, who ass
MR. P. B. TOBIN announce
Augusta Cotton and Compress C<
Tobin, and organized the P. B. T
President. Having thus dispos?e
entire time and attention wiU b
and planters and merchants genei
The firm has ample means
upon crops during the spring and
Mr. Tobin's eighteen years
Exporter is a guarantee of very b
Importer and A
CANE MILLS Al
Mk Bell, AfiriciLtnr;
AGENTSFOR BUCKEYE W
915 ZBIELO-AJD STB3
What is Tho Use
PER DAY FOR 110
G ET THE BEST AND M
FOR 50 o:
PER DAY AND TAKE YO Ul
PAY KOIt ( INLY ty HA
!.. the only European Plan Hot
solicited. S. C. ct Ga. trains p
1^. IP. 3
always look for two doors ab
irgest Stock i
e, Unapproachable Bargains, just
ihmond and &urrouudiug ccuntiee
?re us, is our only reason. No fau
.rou Make Mo
i dollar goes such a long ways-bu
trices will bold good for 15 days <
brocaded WJOI skirts, worth $2 50,
it $1 89
37 skirls left from last week's
?ale at $1 38
33 skirts left over from last week
vorth $3, at $'J 48
37 skirts, black or fancy, the
^4 kind, at $3 25
108 men's black or blue cheviot
mita, the $5 50 kind, ae a starter
65 men's blue frock suits, nicely
made; they are worth $7 50, at
[his sale $4 90
36 M Clay worsted suits; you
2.1 n not duplicate same less than
$9, at $6 50
82 men'? French Clay suits, tai
lor mad? ; they are worth $20, a
1 lot ol 353 men' suits are left,
the best from lots. As suiis they
are all riL'ht and perfect, but af
merchandise Ibey are simply in
rho way. Wv* ?ire going to sell
i h?t?i at $5 and $7 50
210 children's black sui's to dost
out at .> >c
1 lot <,:' fthi'.dren's #2 suits tc
move at $1 25
1 lol of children's $3 suits U
i iov?! at $1 75
1 Int of $3 50children's suits t<
go al $2
] lot of $4 children's suits t<
go at $2 50
J lot o! $5 children's suit to g<
500 pairs of pants, 2 CO, 3 0
and 4 00, lo go at $1 50
ed tho entire in
bm in the firm
which means all
r obligations to
tiree tiie Cotton
ess in all its
ofore conducted ?
giving it my per- gj
[ will make lib
my one desiring
ton this season,
ends and patrons
lions as are nec
i next year's ero]),
AUGUSTA, GA., October ll, 1S5J7.
X is tin's day dissolved by mutual co
interest to Asbury Hull. Each partn
omit. AU the assets of the late linn a
unies all the liabilities.
P. 15. TO Ii IX.
AUGUSTA, GA., October 21,1897.
?s that he has sold his internst in t
D., retired from the firm of Hull
obin Cot I on Co., of which he will
1 of all his other cotton interests,!
e devoted lo that of his old friem
rally, who may favor him with thi
and facilities for advancing CAS
summer, and on cotton in store,
experience as a Cottou Factor a
est results to his patrons.
Wholesale Dealer In
fh HI?II? Oeil
ers', Wheelwrights' Tools,
al Impleffl6nts Bi ail Eil
OWING MACHINES AND RAKES.
SET, .A.TJG-TJSTJL., O-.
of Paying $2 to !
[OST COMFORTABLE ROOMS
El 75 CENTS
I MEALS WHERE VOi' PLE.A
T YOU GET AND NO MORE.
el in Augusta, Ga. Your patrona
ass the door.
ove Kollock Street, and you wil
.n the Largest
; such values that have made the n
i. You can't afford to miss these B
lt of the goods-they represent the cl
ney by Spend i
t we don't propose to work on your ii
)nly, we reserve the right to limit (
CURTAINS AND RUGS
AT CASH PRICES.
1 lot Smyrna rugs, $3 25 value,
at $1 89
1 lot African rugs, $2 25 values,
at $1 25
1 lot African rugs, 75c val ne, af
Hot curtains 3 yards long, $3 50
a pair, at $1 52
1 lot African rugs, 75c value,
1 lot curtains ? yards loug, $2 a
pair, at $150
1 lot 2tV vaid long curtains ai
6 cases of standard prints at 4c
3 casea of ginghams in checks
at 3 l-2c.
i 1 case of fast culor drosss ging
hams at 5c
i bale of good grade mattress
ticking at 6c
I 3 bales of wide stiipe feather
ticking at 10c
' 100 pieces of extra heavy outing
flauneis, worth 10c anyb)dy's
- moue}', at 8c
1 case bleaching, yard wide, at
1 case bleaching, 3-1 wide, a
J bargain, 3c
2 cases 4-4 Columbus bleaching
J at 5?
1 case Fruit ol' Loom 4-4 ut 6-)c
a 2 bales Sea Island 4-4, good qual
ity, at 4c
0 10 bales 3-4 sheeting, your own
price, 34, c
Bligh's - Crj
Stock of Shoes,
Retail selling at wholesale prices
ed. Is it a wonder we are d
of Augusta when ever
READ OUR PRICES AND YO
Men's lace and congress sho'
all solid, $1.
Men's lace and congress shoe
good, .lil 25.
Men's lace and congress she
extra, $1 50.
Men's lace and congress shi
superb, $2 00.
Our $2 50 genuine calf shoe,
all styles, is a? good as any $3 1
fhoe in the city.
Our $2.75 hand sewed genuii
calf shoe, in all styles, wo will p
against anybody's $3 50 shoe.
And now we will tell you abo
the ladies shoes :
We can give you ti Ladies' K
Button shoe at 75c.
' DON'T FAIL TO CAI
YOU BEYOND A DOl
The Great Ba
R. Cr. T
?07 I?I?OAD ST., M
$1 Per Day- Spe
1 see the Place to buy Dry Goo<
of Southern I
ame of High Famous and gained U
argaius. Wo are forcud to cut the j
hoice crentions in woden fabrics, bu
ng Your Mon
nagination by glowing adjectives au(
pianlities when we think best.
6 bales 4-4 sheeting, your own
10 pieces 10-4 sheeting, good
quality, at 13c
10 pieces 10-4, free from starch,
16c pillow casing, a yard 8c
1 case of gent's 'heavy derby
ribbed fleeced shirts and drawer*,
worth $1 50 a suit, now, garments
A case of gent's Norfolk and
Mew Brunswick wool and cotton
shirts and drawers, natural color,
patent elastic seama, worth $2 suit,
A case ot Norfolk and New
Brunswick medium weight merino
shirts and drawers, worth $2 74
suit, now, garment $1
Ladies' 50c quality fleecod
ribbed vests and pant?, covered
seams, correct cuts, a bargain at
26 in:h all silk, gloria, paragon
frame, steel rod. Arabian Congo
26-inch pure si'k gloria, BUage
j handle, paragon frames, steel rod,
26 inch fine O K satine umbrella
26-inch China silk, fancy bandi?,
at $1. 28
20-inch all silk taffeta wheel tops,
steel rod, paragon frame, imported
ni06 JL.2ST2D 1108 BR
ffil B Pilli!
mm * K?m??c
j&t _ n restaurant doesn't coom
half f??ie?T unless served upon re
spectable China, but even the term
"respectable" doesn't answer for
your own private table. "Dainty,"
"handsome," "exquisite" some
such words as these should better
describe it. And they're the words
that describe the bulk of our stock.
But the sense of sight and sound
is what we prefer to have you use
in connection with it. We want
you to look.
'?sta! - Palace.
Hats and Trunks
is a trade lever that cannot be equal
loiug the Shoe and Hat business
y body knows they can buy
j than elsewhere.
WONDER HOW WE CAN DO II
es f We can "give" you a Ladic.?
Kid Button shoo at 91.
We can give you a Ladies' Ki
Button ?hoe at $1 25.
But wheu you come to our $1 5
Ladies' Kid Button shoes we firml
ie, I believe that they are as good as tb
shoos sold by other dealers at $2 0<
i ii Our $2 00, 92 50 and $3 00 Lad ie
?0 Button shoos are perfectly ma;
ne We never forget the Babies an
ut i Children.
Babies Shoes from 25c up.
Children's Shoes in any qualil
lu addition to Shoes we carry
full line of Hats, Caps and Trunk
Jj ON US, WE PROMISE
;BT TO SAVE YOU MONEY.
.stern Shoe Co
ANACER. AUGUSTA, GA.
VAY, AUGUSTA, GA.
* Electric Cars Pass Hie Bs
icial Rates by the Week.
ds, Shoes and Clothing Cheapc
jr us a Supremacy in Dry Goods.
>ricesou our fine imported goodp,
t simply the mistake of our over ze
Ley "With Us.
1 gush. Simply rer.d the prices, t
10 pieces red flannel, the 2oc
dud, at 15c
2S of red or white, ai a starter,
10 of white lueriuo flannel, a
bargain at 25c
At 23c you can buy flannels
from us which others are selling
8 pieces of ribbed red flannel,
bought before the advance, 18c
1 lot of flannel, about 90 pieces
mixed, consist of red, bine, gray,
white or black, to close out at 12c
100 union suits for misses and
children, good quality fleece lined,
natural and white, perfect fitting
and non-shrinking, wnile they
last, suit 50c
Is doing the business this season,
because of the qualities ol?ered at
before the rise m wool prices
Eastern blankets, western blkts,
California blkts, scarlet blkts, fine
gray blkts, crib blkts
,Q.A H STREET,
- Importer and Who!
HAYANA CI6?ES, ?
601 AND 802 BROA
A Change in
Necessitates a Clearing O
The Variety ii
LOW - :
TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THIS
WEAR a suit
in and try on
ihink that the
fully blended <
you that you w
When you b
a lot of mDuev
knowing that ^
ir than any other Place in the
, Shoes and Clothing, Retailing
we have more than we think we
hey are more convincing than a ,
Special Drive in Boys and Missen
Boys Genuine Calf Bi: 1., Coin toe,
sizes 24- to 5?, a value for $2.00,
drive price $1,50.
Boys Satin Calf Bal., plain or
cap toe regular siz<?s. Retailed
for $1 50, drive price $1.25.
Boys Solid Leather Buff Sheep,
sizes regular, io thre? styles of
toes, 6old everywhere for $1 25,
drive puce $1,00.
Youths Calf Bals., any shapt toe,
sizes ll to 2, a stylish fitter,
retail price $1.75, drive price
Youths Satin Bal., Heel or Spring
Heel, sizes regular, all solid
leather our ironclad, real value
$1.25, drive price $1.00
Misses Hand Welt Hutton Boots,
sizes ll to 2, a sample lot, real
Mistes a. ST tip, sizes 13 to 2, an
ideal shoe for a school girl,
mar.ufacturers cost $1 50, drive
price $126 *
Men's Dongola Kid boots, solid
throughout, sizes regular, good
value $1 25, drive price $1 00
Misses Dongola Kid Boots, the
Globe Leader, sizes 12 to 2,' ac
tual value $1 00, drive price 75
Sizes 8A- to ll, both for dress and
school, sold everywhere at $1.25,
drive price $1 00
Children school shoes patent leath
er tips, sizes regular, solid leath
er, worth $1.00, drive price 75c
Mens and Ladies shoes from 75c up
tc $ 00 a ?mir.
ED A. D. 1846.
esale and Retail Dealer in -
OOTli, FATEB, m.;. }T"
D T., AUGUTA, GA.
:USER-BUSCH BREWING ASS'N.
L the Business
i China Store
ut of the ENTIRE STOCK
SS OP VALUE
s Endless and the
WHEN YOU COME TO AUGUSTA
from LEVY'S? If not,-well como
i some of our latest Fall Goods. We
; fineness of the texture and beauti
soloring of the patterns will SJ please
uy clothes frooi us, you not only save
-, but you have the satisfaction of
:ou are wearing the best there is. We
ng in Ha's and Furnishings a maa
LF WAY BEST - BUT
; VERY BEST Jkj\