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Edgef ield Advertiser
THUS. J.ADAMS,.EDITOR
WEDNESDAY, DEC. 1.
Spain has been forced to grant
autonomy to Cuba.
Newbold has been released by
Judge Townsend on a bail bond of
$2,500.
The South Carolina Conference
of the Methodist Church meets in
Beaufort this week. .
The editor of The State claims
that Columbians now enjoy the
privilege of drinking clear, "ex
ceptionally pure" water."
A big fire in London, England,
last week which resulted in a loss
of fifteen millions of dollars, the
most disastrous conflagration since
1666.
Sam Jones says he would as soon
go to Alaska for pine-apples or to
hell for water as to ask the Georgia
Legislature to pass any law
against bar-rooms.
The Powers threaten to block
ade Constinople if Turkey persists
in her refusal to withdraw her
troops from Crete and to accept a
European governor of the island.
The widow of Gen. Logan has
been appointed by the courts guar
dian of the beautiful Cuban girl,
Miss Cisneros, who will remain in
this country, making Washington
her home.
The Columbia cotton mills have
made a test of the round cotton
balee, but as yet no positive opin
ion has been given pro or cou aE
to the desirability of using such
bales generally.
We haven't seen anything from
Mr. Edward Atkinson in some
time. He is the great American
statistician who can put down
more figures to the column, with
les3 sense behind them, than anv
man on the continent.
Mr. A. C. Kaughman, of Char
leston, proposes to build at CaBtle
Pinckney a home for aged Federal
veterans. Now some Northern
philanthropist should establish in
the Adirondacks a summer retreat
for old Confederate veterans.
-,
A special election for congreBB,
in Chicago, resulted in the
v t^Mg-^Tt^xrvBTea. it ought
ft SUB
to go Democratic next time at that
' rate of progress.
The United States government
sends white ambassadors to the
three colored republics, Liberia,
Santo Domingo, and Haiti, in
deference io the expressed prefer
ence of thosi countries. They
think they have niggers enough of
their own, we suppose.
The friends of William Jennings
Bryan, the late Democratic candi
date for president, are already lay
ing plans to renominate him in
1900. They have a plan by which
he is to be nominated without op
position, and at the same time al
low him to name his running mate.
The colored people of Atlanta
are making great preparations for
the celebration of the signing of j
the emancipation proclamation.
The occasion will be celebrated on
January 1st and the programme
to be prepared will be one of the
most elaborate yet rendered by the j
colored people.
A traveller from this country
while recently looking from the
crater of Hawaii's big volcano into
the seething mass of molten lava
and lurid flame, exclaimed: "Don't
tell me there is no hell ! I have
seen it!" and rushing away, lost
no time in putting the ocean be
tween himself and the awfully
suggestive spectacle.
The State Board of Control haB
made some changes in the prices
of dispensary liquors.
There will be no reduction in the
prices of one and tvo X liquors and \
the like, such goods are already I
being sold absolutely at cost and
no money is made on corn and the
lower grades of rye liquore.
The most important change is in
offering a number one beer, three
pints for 25 cents. The same ratio
of cuts will be made in ales and
porter.
Of the higher grades of rye,
Crescent and Echo Springs goods
will be cut from $1.25 a quart to
$1.10, and smaller quantities in
proportion. Old Cabinet quarts
will be reduced from 81.25 to $1.15
JOHNSON'S
CHILL AND
FEVER TONIC
Cures Fever
In One Day. ( SA
DO YOU EVER THINK.
Do you ever think as the hearse drives
by
That it wont be long till you and I
Will both ride out in the big plumed
hack
And we'll never, never, never ride
back?
Do you ever think as 5 ou strive for
gold
That a dead man's hand can't a dollar
hold?
We may tug and toil and pinch and
save,
And we'll lose it all when we reach the
grave.
Do you ever think as you closely clasp
Your bag of gold with a firmer grasp
If the hungry hearts of the world were
fed
It might bring peace to your dying
bed?
THE COURT.
Court is still in session. Most
of the railroad cases of last week
have been continned to the March
term, the railroads paying the
costs.
The slander case of Addison vs.
Sujette resulted in a verdict of $5
for the plaintiff, each party to the
suit paying his own costs. The
attorneys in this case were Shep
pard Bros., Solicitor Thurmond
and N. G. Evans, for plaintiff;
Croft & Tillman, for defendant.
In the case of JaB. A. Lanier, et
al., against T. B. Lanier, et al., the
verdict was for the plaintiff. Folk
? Folk end S. McG. Simkins for
the plaintiff and Sheppard Bros.
for ths defendant.
Editor Hugh Wilson, of Abbe
ville, after sonn timely advice on
economy, proceeds thus wisely on
debt paying:
First of all, pay your debts.
Pay the smallest debts first. The
man to whom you owe a dollar and
a half will wor?y you more than
the man whose claim is a thousand
dollars. A great many people
make the mistake of making small
payments on large deb's, instead
of paying small debts in full. The
world excuses the debtor who owes
a large sum, but the man who neg
lects to pay small debts injures
his credit in the eyes of the busi
ness world. Every man should be
jealous of his credit. Pay small
debts, even if you have to borrow
the money. Establish the reputa
tion of being a debt-payer-and
this cannot be done if you allow
small debtors to complain of your
neglect. Better owe for the house
in which you live than to be in
debted to your wash-woman.
The Hon. L. F.Livingston, Con
gressman from the Atlanta, Ga.,
district, himself a farmer and
living in the country on his farm,
and, therefore, no stranger to the
^c^~-t>a ^pw^^a^ij^rerngs^T^ver
seen such stagnation in agricul
ture; and he asserts that it is
unquestionably due to the single
gold standard. He also says that
the worst feature of it is that there
is no reasonable probability of
things improving in that regard
during the present administration,
since the present chief executive
and congress were elected distinct
ly on that issue. He says that if
the people now had a chance to
reverse their verdict it would be
done. He predicts the election of
a democratic congress next year
and an utter roui of the repub
licans in 1900, the first year
of the twentieth century, when
silve will be remonetized.
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CI
IUILDE
OF
ELD
and vicinity, will consult
their interest by writing
4o the
tandard Manufacturing Co.
AUGUSTA, CA.
For prices on Sash, Doors
Blinds, Shingles, Laths
Lumber, or in Yellow Tine
-TISFACTION GUARANTEED.
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When you get on Broad Stree
South.
TheL
Two stores of bargains- -Unmatchal
throughout the entire County of R
can sell within the'short winter be:
1
You can't hardly call it Spending
page of argument. The following
Schneider's
COLORED DRESS
GOODS DEPARTMENT.
19 pieces 36-inch all wool navy
serge, worth any where 4oc per yd,
at this sale 29c.
41 pieces all wool,fancy two-toned
checked cheviots, worth 4oc yd at
25c.
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
plaids, checks and plain dress
goods double width, the regular
price 22c any where, our price is
15c
108 pieces single width worsted
and cashmere, all colors, black in
cluded, at 7c
At 35c 15 pieces 48-inch all wool
surah serge, can not be matched
under 60c
At 46c 67 pieces novelty black
goods, all the latest wears, worth
65'j and 75c yard
At 65c llpiecea 50 inch, all wool
black diagonal serge, worth 90c
At 25c 18 piecos black cashmere,
worth not less than 39c
21 pieces fancy colored brocade
silks, instead of 79c they are
priced in this sale 39c
A lot of Roman stripe and fancy
brocaded silks, easily worth 75c,
special 50c
Schneider's
READY MADE SKIRT'S.
48 full width, latest style black
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S. T. 1860-lOd.
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FOR SALE BY-J
CHAELES
831 BROAD STREET,
ESTABLISHED 18S7.
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Wines, Liqi;
Tobaccos and Sir
Six Year Old Corn Whiskey at
Prompt attention given to the J
All orders must be accompanier.'
147 BROAD STREET,
Field
Al
049 Broad Street, A
"Vi.
No matter what prices you got, :
i will beat anybody's prices in Buggies, i
IAS. F. BAKER.
COTTON FJ
reproof Warehouse, Cor. Rei
onsignments of C
Personal Attention Give
ein?* i
t always look for two dooi abc
largest Stoc: i
ble, Unapproachable Barp;aimju?t
ichmond and surrounding ccnties.
[ore us, is our only reason. Nfaul
Ton Make IVoi
-a dollar goes such a long ways-but
prices will hold good for 15 dfs o
brocaded wool skirts, worth $50,
at$l S9
37 skirts left from last wtk's
sale at, $1 3S
33skirts leftover from last v?ek
worth $3, at $2 48
37 skirts, black or fanev, the
.$4 kind, at $3 25
Schneider's
CLOTHING
DEPARTMENT.
10S men's black or blue che\ot
suits, the $5 50 kind, as a starer
$2 50
65 men's blue frock suits, mely
made; they are worth $7 50,at
this sale $4 90
36 M Clay worsted suits; pu
can not duplicate same less thn
.$9. at $6 50
82 men's French Clay suits, \i
lor mad? ; they are worth $20 a
leader, $10
1 lot ci 353 men' suits are 1ft,
the best from lots. As suits fiey
are all right and perfect, but as
merchandise they are pimply in
the way. We are going to ell
thom at $5 and $7 50
210 children's black suits to elise
out at 65c -
1 lot of children's $2 suit?te
move at $1 25
1 lot ol' children's $3 suits to
Diova at $1 75
1 lot of $3 50 children's suitsto
go at $2
. 1 lot of $4 children's suits to
goat $2 50
1 lot of $5 children's suit to gc
I at $3
500 pairs of pants, 2 00, 3 OC
and 4 00, to go at $1 50
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B. .ALLEN",
AUGUSTA, GA.
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Lors, Cigars,
lokers' Articles.
$2 00 per gallon,
ug Trade.
1 with the cash.
AUGUSTA," GA.
LUGUSTA, GA.
rio matter what prices are advertised
Carriages, Harness, Jiicycles, Etc.
JERRY T. SMITH.
I
fnolds and Campbell Sts.,
3EORGIA.
otton Solicited
so
II <o nil Business.
5 G rea
>ve Kollock Street, and you wi!
n the Largest
such values that have made the n
You can't afford to miss these B
t of the goods-they represent the cl
aey by Spend i
; we don't propose to work on your ir
nly. we reserve the right to limit q
Schneider's
CURTAINS AND RUGS '
AT CASH PRICES. <
1 lot Smyrna rugs, $3 25 value,
at $1 89 1
1 lot African rugs, $2 25 values,
at $1 25 ,
1 lot African rugs, 75c value, at
25c
1 lot curtains 3 yards long, $3 50
a pair, at $1 52
1 lot Africau rugs, 75c value,
at 25c
1 lot curtains 3 yards long. $2 a
pair, at $150
1 lot 2i yaxd long curtains at
75c
Schneider's
DOMESTIC
DEPARTMENT.
6 cases of standard prints at 4c
3 cases of ginghams in checks
at 3 l-2c
1 case of fast color dresss ging
hams at 5c
? bale of good grade mattress
ticking at 6c
3 bales of wide etiipe feather
ticking at 10c
100 pieces of extra heavy outing
flauneis, worth 10c anybjdy'a
money, at 8c
1 case bleaching, yard wide, at
5c .,
1 case bleaching, 8-4 Wide, a
bargain, 3c
2 casee 4-4 Columbus bleaching
i at 5i
1 case Fruit of Loom 4-4 at G^c
i 2 bales Sea Island 4-4, good qual
ity, at 4c
) 10 bales 3-4 sheeting, your own
price, 3?c
DER,
L
NOT
PLANTERS AI
Having purchai
terest of P. B. Tc
vf HylU-i^l^
'actorage " busiu
branch?e as beret
by the late firm, ?
sonal attention,
eral advances to s
to hold their cot!
and oller to all fri
such accommodai
ess.'iry to make the
The business is 1
at the old stand.
AUG UST
B1
P. B. TOBIN (
No. 5 WARR
TITE FIRM OF HULL & TOBIN
sent, P. B. Tobin having sold ou his int
will contract business on bis own accou
the property of Asbury Hull, who assun
Au
MR. P. B. TOBIN announces I
AugUFta Cotton and Compress Co.,
Tobin, and organized the P. B. Tob
President. Having thus disposed o
entire time and atlention will be d
and planters and merchants general]
patronage.
The firm has ample means an
upon crops during the spring and si
reasonable rates.
Mr. Tobin's eighteen years ex
Exporter is a guarantee of very best
-importer and Who
Iron, Steel, Hardware.
Blacksmiths', Carpenters'
CANE MILLS AND 1
Inter Belfi?f, Afiricitoral
AGENTS FOR BUCKEYE MOWI?
515 IBZROJLID STRIEE1:
rVhat is The Use of
PER DAY FOR HOTEL
WHEN Y(
GET THE BEST AND MOST
FOR 50 OR 1
ER DAY AND TAKE YOUR MEi
CHET THE
PAY FOR ONLY WHAT YOI
THE COMMERC
the only Europenn Plan Hotel in A
licited. S. C. ct Ga. trains pass the
X^- 3?. l'err?
Deoartm
l see the Place to buy Dry Goc
of Southern ]
ame of High Famous and gained i
argaius. We are forced to cut the
loice creations in woolen fabrics, b1
ng Your Moi
nagination by glowing adjectives au
uantities when we think best.
6 bales 44 sheeting, your own
price, 4?c
10 pieces 10-4 sheeting, good
quality, at 13c
10 pieces 10-4, free from starch,
il 18c
16c pillow casing, a yard 8c
Schneider's
KNIT UNDERWEAR.
1 case of gent's heavy derby
ribbed fleeced shirts and drawers
worth $1 50 a suit, now, garments
50c
A case of gent's Norfolk and
Mew Brunswick wool aud cotton
shirts and drawers, natural color,
patent elastic seams, worth $2 suit,
garments 75c
A case ot Norfolk and Now
Brunswick medium weight merino
shirts and drawers, worth $2 74
suit, now, garment $1
Ladiefl' 50c quality fleeced
ribbed vests and pants, covered
seams, correct cuts, a bargain at
25c
Schneider's
UMBRELLA
DEPARTMENT.
26 inch all silk, gloria, paragon
frame, steel rod. Arabian Congo
handles, 98c
26-inch pure s^k gloria, suage
handle, paragon frames, steel rod,
at 12c
26 inch flue O K satine umbrella
at 78c
26-inch China silk, fancy handle,
at 91. 28
26-inch all silk taffeta wheel tops,
steel rod, paragon frame, imported
handles, 92.25
1106 _w2s~D H08 B?
ICE
I MERCHANTS.
sed the entire in
ibin iu the firm
which meanB all
.-aiuo life- ootto
ieee in all its
;ofore conducted
giving it my per
[ will make lib
my one desiring
;ou^ this season,
ends and patrons
ions as are nec
nexf year's crop.
Deing conducted
? HULL,
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CE) MENT
COTTON CO,
EN BLOCK.
AUGUSTA, GA., October ll, 1897.
is this day dissolved by mutual con
erest to Asbury Hull. Each partner
nt. All the assets of the late linn are
?es all the liabilities.
ASBURY HULL,
P. B. TOBIX.
GUSTA, GA., October 21,1897.
that he has sold his interest in the
retired from the firm of Hull &
in Cotton Co., of which he will be
f all bis other cotton interests, his
evoted to that of his old friends,
ly, who may favor him with their
d facilities for advancing CASH
immer, aud on cottou in store, at
perience as a Cotton Factor and
results to his patrons.
lesale Dealer In
lails,Colliiy,Cis,
, Wheelwrights' Tools,
EVAPORATORS.
Implements o? all Ms,
MACHINES AND RAKES.
Paying T21?T3?'
ACCOMMODATIONS
)U CAN
COMFORTABLE ROOMS
75 CENTS
iLS WHERE YOU PLEASE.
? BEST.
J GET AND NO MORE.
:iAL HOTEL !
?gusta, Ga. Your patronage is '
door.
sc
PYjrO??lv, X>_-o_>'r_ ' ba
S
ent Sf o?
>ds, Shoes and Clothing Cheap
Department St
'or us a Supremacy in Dry Goods
prices on our fine imported goodp,
ut simply the mistake of our over ze
iey With Us.
id gush. Simply read the price3, I
Schneider's
FLANNEL
DEPARTMENT.
1G pieces red flannel, the 25c
kind, at 15c
28 of red or white, as a sbrter,
at I8c
10 of white merino flannel, a
bargain at 25c
At 23c you can buy flannels
from us which ochers are selling
for 4oc
8 pieces of ribbed red flannel,
vbought before the advance, 18c
1 lot of flannel, about 90 pieces
mixed, consist of red, blue, gray,
white or black, to close out at 12c
Special
FOR MONDAY.
100 union suits for misses and
children, good quality fleece lined,
natural and white, perfect fitting
aud non-shrinking, while they
last, suit 5?c
Schneider's
BLANKET
DEPARTMENT.
Is doing the business this season
because of the qualities offered al
before the rise in wool prices
Eastern blankets, western blkts
California blkts, scarlet blkts, fim
gray blkts, crib blkts
60.A-JD STBEET,
.A. TJ C3-TJ
Bligh's - Cry
809 BROA
BUSINESS I
Stock of Shoes, I
IN THIS I
Retail selling at wholesale prices if
ed. Is it a wonder we are doi
of Augusta when everyh
cheaper here tl
READ OUR PRICES AND YOU
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Men's lace and congress shoes
all solid, $1.
Men's lace and congress shoes,
good, $1 25.
Men's lace and congress shoe,
extra, $1 50.
Men's lace aud congress shoe,
superb, $2 00.
Our $2 50 genuine calf shoe, in
all styles, is as good as auy $3 00
shoe in the city.
Gur $2.75 hand sewed genuine
calf shoe, in all styles, we will put
against anybody's $3 50 shoe.
And now we will tell you about
:he ladies shoes:
We can give you u Ladies' Kid
Button shoe at 75c.
DON'T FAIL TO CALL C
YOU BEYOND A DOUBT
rhe Great East
E. Gr. TA
907 BROAD ST., MANA
tfrs..B. N. Buckley,]:
BOOKSELLER,
I
iati
G25 Broad Street,
UGUSTA, - GEORGIA.
SCHOOL BOOKS,
STATIONERY,
.PHOTOGRAPH ALBUMS,
BLANK BOOKS,
ENVELOPES,
PLAYING CARDS,.
PENS ARD INKS.
?3?"* All articles required by
lioold or tho trade always kcptori
-nd.
1108
re.
er than any other Place in the
3ores.
, Shoes and Clothing, Retailing
we have more than we think we
?alous buyers.
they are more convincing than a
Schneider's
SHOE
DEPARTMENT.
Special Drive in Boys and Misses
School Shoes
Boys Genuine Calf Bal., Coin toe,
sizes 2? to 5?, a value for $2.00,
drive price $1,50.
Boys Satin Calf Bal., plain or
cap toe regular sizes. Retailed
for $1 50, drive price $1.25.
Boys Solid Leather Buff Shoes,
sizes regular, in three styles of
toes, sold everywhere for $1 25,
drive puce $1,00.
Youths Calf Bals., any shape toe,
sizes ll to 2, a stylish fitter,
retail price $1.75, drive price
$1.25
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 Button Boots,
sizes ll to 2, a sample lot, real
value $2.50.
Misses a. ST tip, sizes 13 to 2, an
ideal shoe for a school girl,
marjufacturers cost $1 50, drive
price $126
Men's Dongola Kid boote, solid
throughout, sizes regular, good
value $1 25, drive price $1 00
Misses Dongola Kid Boots; the
Globe Leader, sizes 12 to ac
tual value $100, drive price 75
cents.
Sizes 8? 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
J Mens and Ladies shoes from 75c up
to $ 00 a pair.
STA, GEORGIA.
YOUR
ORDER
half filled unless served upon-re
8pectab!e 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 thc bulk of our stock.
But the seuse of sight and sound
is what we prefer to have vou u?e
in connection with it. We want
yon to look.
stal - Palace,
D STREET. _
S BOOMING!
? O O O -MB
lats and Trunks,
HG STORE.
s a trade lever that cannot be equal
ug the Shoe and Hat business
?ody knows they can buy
han elsewhere.
WILL.
ONDER HOW WE CAN DO IT.
We can "give" you a Ladies'
Kid Button shoe at $1.
We can give you a Ladies' Kid
Button shoe at $1 25.
But when you come to our $1 50
Ladies' Kid Button shoes we firmly
believe that they are as good as the
shoes sold by other dealers at, $2 00.
Our $2 00, $2 50 and $3 00 Ladies'
Button shoes are perfectly mag
nificent.
We never forget the Babies and
Children.
Babies Shoes from 25c up.
Children's Shoes in any quality
you want.
In addition to Shoes we carr) a
full line of Hats, Caps and Truuks.
>N US, WE PROMISE
TO SAVE YOU MONEY.
;ern Shoe Co.,
EVER,
GEE. AUGUSTA, GA.
Guns, Pistols, !
CARTRIDGES. !
-AND- g
SPORTING GOODS, S
HEMSTREET'S j
557 Broad Streit, AUGUSTA, GA. S
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Sow is the time to sub?
ice for the Advertiser.

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