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TI'OS. J. ADAMS, ;.EDITOR
WEDNESDAY, APPIL 6.
The Presidents message on the
Spanish-Cuban question goes to
Congress to-day, Wednesday, at 12
M. Those who are nearest to him
say it is a vigorous paper and has
red spots all over it-blood. Oth
ers say he has been drinking - a
weak decoction of catnip tea and
his message will be like the tea.
However, Congress is fighting
mad and will run over Catnip
Billy rough-shod if he fails to
come up to the scratch.
One member of the Cabinet in
an interview, says of the message:
"While I can say nothing explicit
concerning the details of the mes
sage, I may say that it is a strong,
explicit statement, and one with
which Congress will be thoroughly
In the meantime preparations
for war go merrily (?) on. Ten new
warships have been purchased by
the navy department, and the
powder and projectiles ordered
from Europe sometime ago have
arrived, or part of thom at least.
The people, mostly natives of the
United States, ar* flying from Ha
vana and Key West, vessels hav
ing been sent to the first named
port for that purpose, and Consul
General Lee having also hired
merchant vessels in which to carry
The war spirit runs high at Ha
vana. There is great enthusiasm
amonf jpanish soldiers, and thou
sands of them are enlisting to
fight the "Pig Yankees," as they
call us. The sentiment of an im
mense majority is in favor of
Spaniards in Mexico are said to
be organizing for a raid over into
Texas. We imagine they will find
a warm welcome on this side the
Rio Grande del Norte.
The Flying Squadron at Hamp
ton Roads keeps steam up all the
time, and Commodore Schley says
he can move out at an hour's no
Captain Sampson, in command
of our fleet at Key West, keeps his
eyes skinned day and night, too,
for the coming of the torpedo flo
tilla from the Cape Verde islands.
? Spanish vessel chased and
fired into the British brigantine,
ReEa Rosa, near the port of Oporto,
Portugal, on Monday, supposing it
to be an American vessel. In the
language of Dan Ouzts, we might
say that in this case "Spain blowed
off her mouth entirely too pre
Don't listen to the man who tells
you that the war if it comes, will
last a short time or a long time,
for no man knows. There are
probabilities in the case, nothing
more, and these probabilities are
that the forces, the powerful
agencies and influences that
bring on a war will continue
to operate until exhaustion or
interference, especially a war
between such a strong nation as
our's and such a proud people as
the Spaniards. Talk about your
last ditch men and fighting till
the cows come home, the Spaniard
is that kind of a cat.
Our prediction is that when Mc
Kinley does jump into the arena
he will have on his war leggings.
The long delay of the President in
making up his mind has made
these war leggings a necessity, a
sine qua non for party purposes.
The daily papers report that
England has a large fleet of war
ships at the Bermuda Islands, un
der command of Fighting Bob
Fisher, and that in case of war be
tween Spain and this country this
fleet will be used in patrolling our
coasts to protect her own merchant
ships carrying our exports and im
ports, for it will be remembered
that the great majority of the
things we buy and sell are carried
in English vessels. Old England
is a friend indeed when it is to her
interest to be BO, which is the case
here cited, and you can always
count on her being there at the
morning roll call.
Old Father Time is said to be
pointing his finger at Spain and
telling her to git off of the West
ern Reserve. The old fellow has
been pretty hard on Spain. Two
hundred years ago she owned all
the territory from Savannah, Ga.,
to Patagouia on this hemisphere,
beside? a great part of the eastern
in addition to a thousand [and one
islands of the sea.
President McKinley is preparing
a message which will call for war
or peace or nothing. /This message
will be given to Congress on Tues
day or Wednesdav or Thursday or ?
Friday or Saturday or week after ?
next. The President's friends say
it will be a "document for history."
Spain has been trying to get the
European powers to interfere be
tween the two countries, but dis
patches from Berlin and London
of date Tuesday, April 5th, dissi
pate any such hopes. Thesi dis
I patches are as follows :
Berlin, April 5.-The Berliner
Post says :
"The attempts at joint European
intervention between Spain and
the United Slates fai'ed, owing to
the divergence of views. Emperor
William declined to mix himself
in the affair. It is doubtful is the
United States, at the pope's word,
would consent to have a fat morsel
torn from its grasp."
London, April 5-The Times says
editorially this morning:
"It is to be supposed that Presi
dent McKinley gave some encour
agment to the idea of papal med
iation, but found the country not
likely accept it. The truth ia,
mediation and arbitration are very
beautiful theoretically, but very
different in practice, and the differ
ences between Spain and the Uni
ted States are too great and too
substantial to be treated by that
So the intervention of European
powers is an irredescent dream.
Miss Clara Barton has had ai
misunderstanding with the relief j
association in Cuba and has vam
oosed the ranch.
The Spanish flotilla did not
reach Porta Rico as reported, but
only the Cape Verdo islands, a
miss of nearly three thousand
Rock Hill lost $200,000 by a fire
on last Saturday night, or rather
Sunday morning. The fire was
discovered at 1 o'clock and raged
for three hours.
It is said that four million bar
rels of adulterated flour has been
sold thie crop year, and that the
greater part of it bas been poid in
the Southern markets.
A SUBMARINE MINE.
The prohibitionists met in cur
Court House on last Saturday pur
suant to notice, not many being
present. The following delegates
were elected to the State conven
which meets in Columbia on Tues
I day, April 12th : Rev. L. R. Gwalt
ney, Jake Smith, Gamewell Smith,
Prof.E.C. Dennis, Sheriff W.H.
I Ouzts, J. A. C. Jones, T. B. Lan
The meeting was very quiet.
Rev. John Lake was chairman and
Major J. T. Bacon was secretary.
There is a submarine mine in
this prohibition business for some
particular one of the gubernatorial
candidates, but he may never
know it until he is blown up sky
In One Day.
The most practical piad that has
I yet been suggested for giving
relief to the cotton growers, to
protect their crops from being
sacrificed, has recently been
inaugurated in North Carolina, by
establishing a bonded ware house,
where cotton may be stored some
thing on the same principle as
distillers deposit their products.
In this way the planters can store
their crops at a less cost and with
better protection that the old plan,
and hold it until ready to sell
m the meantime receiving a liberal
advance on its value at a low rate
Weather for March.
Weather Observer C. A. Long, of
Trenton, sends us the following
data of the weather for the month
Max. Temp. 84 ; date 23rd.
Min. Temp. 37 ; date 5th.
Mean Temp. 61.7.
Number of clear days, 12; partly
cloudy, 8; cloudy, ll.
Frost, killing 1st and 5th.
For March, 1898, 5.38 inches
Average for March for five years
For first 3 month., 1898, 8.00 in.
Average of first 3 months for five
years 13.65 inches.
ia One Day.
We can supply you with blank
mortgagee, contracts, lieus, etc.
Send us your orders, and we will
jive them prompt attention.
William Jeuning-s Bryan on the
"Yes, the time for intervention
bas arrived. Humanity demande
that we shall act. Cuba li?e almost
within sight of our shores and
the sufferings of her people cannot
be ignored unless we as a nation
have become so engrossed in money
making as to be indifferent to
"Intervention may be accom
panied by danger and expense, but
existence cannot be separated from
responsibility which sometimes
leads a nation, as an individual,
into danger. A neighbor must some
times incur danger for a neighbor,
and a friend for a friend.
"War is a terrible thing, and
cannot be defended except as a
means to au end, and yet it is
sometimes the only means by
which a necessary end can be
secure!. The state punishes its
own citizens by imprisonment or
even death when counsel and
persuasion fail. War is the final
arbiter between nations when
reason and diplomacy are of r-y
"Spain might not resist interven
tion. It is to be hoped Bhe would
recognize the right cf the United
States to act, and immediately with
draw from Cuba, but whether she
resents intervention or not, the
United States mast perform a plain
"Spain has only herself to blame
for the condition of affairs in
Cuba. If Bhe denies tc her for
mer subjects the right of war and
calls the Cuban army a mob, let
her remember the worlds of Victor
Hugo: 'The mob is the human
race in misery.' No nation eau
afford to make its people mis
"If the Cubans prefer death to
Spanish rule, it must be because
Spanish rule has robbed life of joy
and hope. If a nation sows the
wind it must reap the whirlwind."
In One Day.
Maps of Edgefield county, con
taining both Saluda and Green
wood, for sale at this office.
The New York Racket was nev
Newness than right now on the thre
New Spring Dress Goods, New
dies, New Lawns, Now Veilings, Ne?
Goods, New Table Linen, New Hani
Hats and O
or Ladies and Children far exceedi
field. We have all the very latest
Chiffons, chosen with an eye to the ]
and to the selection of newest shape
Nowhere in this broad land of c
lection of fine Dress Goods in foreig
ing. No two patterns alike.
EASTER SILKS FOR SHIR
from the best looms of Europe and .
This department is larger this E
?es and Jaces, in many colors, aro vc
should see our White Lawns and Si
In this department you will fii
for Spring, but for all Bummer. Fir
you cant't tell from imported silks.
Percales, Scindia Madras, and Madr
Cheaper than ever-Ginghams,
coes, Black and Brown Homespui
Bleached and Brown Jeans, Bed Tn
The greatest, grandest, most cc
Boys' Ready-made Clot hin,?. Under
>f New York. Men's and Loys' Suit
Gloves. Fans, Corsets, Pi
Shoes, from tho Plantation Bro
tt would be lmposnible for you to fir
md Slippers South of New York thc
Men's and I
Come and see an endless line <
ihapes, styles and materials.
We have been engaged in busii
iud we expect to remain right here,
lave the money, no firm on earth cai
ive cann )t duplicate, or even go unde
Thanking the public for past fa
J. w. I
OF NEW YORK B
A Poet Without Patriotism.
An Arkansas correspondent of
the Atlan'a Constitution depre
:atei war as follows:
.My father was a soldier
And fought to save the south;
My mother said : "They'll kill you,
Said father : 'Shet yer mouth !'
But away he went to battle,
Butdidn's find it fun:
Left one arm at Manassas.
And oae leg at Bull Bun.
"And shall we go to war again
When hpme is full of charms;
To leave, perhaps, a leg in Spain,
And likewise all our arms?
Perish the thought I For we've done
Enough from strand to strand;
God help us all-both great and small
Before in hell we land I"
How Long Will It Last.
London, March 29.-"I can't see
how war between the Unit?d States
and Spain can be avoided," said
Sir Charles Dilk to The World
correspondent last night.
"It is impossible to express au
opinion on such meagre details of
the findings of the Maine court of
inquiry as have been published
here, but affairs have come to such
a pass with Spain that she may
welcome war as the best means of
getting rid of Cuba. It has be
come such a millstone around her
neck that she mu3t free herself
from it somehow, and to proud
Spaniards war would be the least
"I do not think mediation by any
European power is likely. Media
tion could only proceed on the
basis of some species of autonomy,
and to any further attempted
solution in that direction the
Cubans will not assent.
"It has been evident for the last
18 months that Spain can never
be any system of autonomy or by
force of arms-regain control over
I Cuba. But Spain won't give it.up
"Neither country has a fleet
large enough to enable it to obtain
decisive command of the sea
within a thort period. Therefore
it is difficult to forecast the dura
tion of hostilities. I could ppeak
more definitely if I knew how soon
the United States cuu complete the
four large wsr ships she is building,
for they would exercise a decisive
Why take Johnson's
Chill & Fever Tonic?
Because it cures the
wost stubborn case
of Fever In ONE?ftY?
er brighter or more bustling with ;
ishold of Spring.
Silks, New Muslins, New Organ- j
r L?icP8,New belts, New Household [
kerchiefs, New Ribbons, New Em- \
ing anything ever sbown in Edge
Btyles in Ribbons, Flowers and
harmonious combination of eolors,
)s and trimmings.
lurs will you find a handsomer se
jn weaves than we are now sbow
T WAISTS in beautiful designs
leason than ever. Our embroider
>ry rick and handsome. And you ]
viss Muslins, checked, striped and E
cid just what you want, not only
ie French Organdies a; 25/ that
Also beautiful colors in Prints,
Ducks, Irish Linen, Crash, Cali- *
a, Check and Plaid Homespun, *
;king, Brown and White Sheeting. 1
?mpr?hensive stock of Men's and ?
wear and Neckwear ever sent out
>s from 75/ to $15. ?
irasols and Umbrellas.
>gan to the $4.00 Patent Leather, j
id a larder or better stock of Shoes j
in we have.
)f Men's and Boys'Caps-in all j j
jess in Edgefield for som9 years,
We baye the goods; and if you
a offer you any inducements that jjj
vors, we remain very respectfuHy,
rx/D, s. o.
This Store Has Aiwa1
Jts liberality to its patrons, its superior
embracing new thoughts, new ideas, new met
for purchasing an eh gant store room for the
Novelties shown in Augusta we confideutly s
Herejis a place you can buy as cheep as
to pass the place by is an inexcusable iujusi
prices make it BO. See the prices, you'll find
Prices Are Right,
t ?J/JtUUtVJ/^t JAV-IZ-/ M. SI HU XCW3?
I Dress Goods Department.
110 pieces Mohair Sicilian Fine Plaids, should
I be $1.50, but to go this week at 85c
= 13 pieces French Novelty Suitings, stylish
= and catchy, sells elsewhere 75c, here 39c
?Fine Silk and Mohair Bengalies only 49c
I ll pieces Satin Bourbers, all the new shades,
I . areal $1 25 quality at 59c
= 75c quality of Brocaded Mohair Sicilian, 25c
S10 pieces Wool Chech, pretty and taky, new
I colors, 25c
?Fine All-Wool Plaids, did sell at 69c, now 25c
138 inch All-Wool Serges at 19c
E Black French Crepon, very haudsoine, 78c
= Henriettas, 48 inches wide and flue silk fin
E ished, in colorB and black, 39c
= 62 pieces double wide Dress Goods, good col
I ors for Spring, at 14c
= 29 pieces single wide Worsted at 7c
= . E
= 22 new colors in Mouseliue de Soir, fineta
S quality, 25c S
= $1 25 grade, all Silk Satine Duchesse at 75cB
= $125 Black Brocaded Gross Graines andu
I Satine, 59c 5
S $1 25 and $1 50 quality Moire VeJocers at 59ca
I Black Taffetas, worth 1 00 at 59c S
5 Taffetas in all the newest shades, 39c jj
1$1 25 Taffetas in the Check Plaids at 76c j
=34 inch All-Silk Chines, all shades 75c grades ?j
I at 35c a
I Beautifnl line Silks for waists, this week, 49c S
?12 Silk Waists, new designs, neatly made at$3<
I 9 " " 3 90 S
= 18 Silk Waists, we bought them as a job lot,
= some in the lot is worth $9, to close at 4 90
j 1,000 y'ds Fine Sea Island, full y'd wide at 3?c j
j 1,000 yards Columbus Bleached Cotton, yard |
j wide at 4#c
! 1,000 yards Good Mattress Tick-ng, at 5c
i 1,000 yards Brown Skirting at 2?c
il erse of Standard Prints, blue and lightjj
colors at 3?c t
1 eas - of Lodi Prince, light colored Shirting j
=* . a . ' ? ? ?
E 200 piecies all-Silk Ribbon, 2? to 4 inch wide?
pretty bright colors, Moire, Plain, Taffetaj
not a piece in the lot worth less than 40c, I
many worth 75c a yard, all in one lot forg
this week selliog at 19c a yard.
I White and Smoked Pearl Buttons, 5c dozen
1100 Steel Hair pins, for 4c
s Genuine Nickel Plated Scissors, 25c pair
S Ladies' and Children's Hose Supporters, all 3
I sizes, 10c jj
I Brush Skirt Binding, our price 7c per yard j
I Fancy Silk Elastic, only 9c yard j
I English Bristles solid back Hair Brushes, 25c J
= Large size Rubber Dressing Combs, 5c
I Big lot Ladies'Hem-S(itched Handkerchiefs,*
? worth 10c, at 5c each 5
i Special lot of Fancy Silk Ties, at 10c each $
f-850 Ladies' and Gent's Silk Corola Umbrellas,
: worth $2, at 98c each
I Schneider's Great Dep*
Did Mill Stones
Maie as Good as New.
I respectfully offer my eervices
o the citizens of Edgefield County
^s a first class Millwright. Anyone
lawing mill rock that need dress
ng will find it to their interest to
?onfer with me as I have had a
ife-long experience in that line
^s to my capabilities and respon
liblity I respectfully refer to the
ecommeudation. of your fellow
sountryman found below.
Address; C. L. SCRIMPER,
528 Broad Street,
AUGUSTA, Ga, June 16, 1897.
This is to certify that Mr. C. L.
jcrimper has recently put in
:omplete order and repair, my 48
nch stones at Kathwood. S. C. I
ake pleasure in recommending
lis work as first-class in all
espects. Tho capacity of the
tone is double what it has ever
>een before and I am not more
(leased than surpised at the quality
if the work they do. Anyone
laving work of this kind to do
ann?jt make a mistake by entrust
ng it to Mr. ?chrimpej-. I vouch
br his ability and honesty in
whatever he undertakes to de.
HENRY C. HAMMOND.
Please meution Tho Edgefield
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I am in the arena for my usual
pring work on Stock. Holler, if
ou don't see me. Write to me at
utler P. O., Saluda County and
ill me all about it,
That is tot
E the present 1
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E will never h
S secure anvt
5 such low pri
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!, I STANLEY, A. M. M. D.
PUACTICE MMITED TO
Je, Ear, Knse and Throat.
Offices Sio Broad St., AUGUSTA, GA.
Now is the time to sub
ripe for the Advertiser.
? Pr6pr|6f9fn of
V Manufacturers c
O Meal, and nil ki;
9 Flour pac
/. lu l upcr
V Ten Cars, Choice
r year's crop," pl
T LIBERAL AD\
I* of Couutiy I'rotJi
? 2I0-2IS B
fs Enjoyed the Confidence o:
class of merchandise is almost universally kno
hods, new merchandise. Our policy is a progre
salo and display of goods, together with the mo
ay there is not a better shopping place South,
your neighbor, or your neighbor as cheap as yo
ice to your pocket-book. This isn't so becaus*
no such values elsewhere, unless you drive a fi
Jtyles Are Correct, Mer?
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READY MADE SKIRTS, j
16 Brocaded Taffeta Skirts, worth $10 at $6.50;
12 Brocaded Black Silk Skirts, worth $8 at %b\
48 full width latest 3tylo black Brocaded Wool ?
Skirts, $1 89 f
37 Skirts left from last week's sale at $1 38
33 Skirts black Mohair, 48 inches wide, well !
made at $1 60
37 Skirts black or fancy, the Hones at $325?
185 Skirts, a job, black and colors, not one in !
the lot is worth less than 1 90, long as they:
?ii Sw (Mil Just fiocM
36 Men's Snit?, light colors, the finest on
earth at $5
j 24 Men's Suits, Scotch patterns, the best made ?
j goods for the monev, they are worth $10, at 2
! $6 50 ?j
?48 Men's Clay Worsted Suits, in brown or ?j
j black, straight or round cuts to go at $7 503
118 Men's Suits, blue or black diagonal, made!
? for trade only, Satin lined, they are worth!
! $18 anywhere, as a starter willeeil them'
! at $10 *
1 lot of 165 Suits, they are left from the!
manufacturers many lots, as Suits tney are Jj
alright and perfect, but we are short in ?
some sizes, we will clear them at $5
210 Children's Suits, to close out at 65c
1 lot of Children's Sui s to move at $1 25
1 lot of Children's Suits, $3 to move at $1 75
1 lot of $3 50 Children's Suits, to go at $2
1 lot of $4 Children's Suits, to go at $2 50 !
1 lot of $5 Children's Suits, to go at $3
500 pair of Pants, $2, $3 and $4 kind, at $1.50 '
You are cordially invited to visit our Mil-g !
linery Department this week. We want you fl
to see the prettiest hat ideas that we are in- jj
troducing this season. The latest French"
?creations specially designed and gotten upi
for this Spring season. We venture to affirm 9
that there is nothing quite like these new de-?jj
signs shown elsewhere fl
Hosiery and Furnishings.
There is a stamp of reliability on every
pair of Stockings Fold by us. Your mouey
could not be niore judiciously invested.
Hosiery bought before the advance in tariff
and sold upon old price basis.
Misses and Boys fast black ribbed Hose,jj
double knee, heel and toe, at 10c a pair
Misses and Boys fast black aud browu Maceo
Cotton aud Lisle thread Hose, 35c quality S
at 15c . ?
Ladies' fast black Seamless Hose, double ?j ?
heel at 5c g
Ladies' fast black full fashioned double heel*
and toe Hose, worth 25c at 16?c pair 3]
Ladies' fast black Lisle or Maceo Cot ton 5 (
Hose, spliced heel and double sole and jS
toe at 25c pair ?j
Gent's Imported Mnck and tan, full seamless^
Half Hose, at 12?c a pair
60 dozen of our Celebrated Unlaandried Dress g
Shirts justin, the heston earth for thea''
price, 50c each S
Gent's Negligee Shirts, collar? and cuffs at-"
tacked, 45c each fi
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;! Bargains ! I
E lil JOHN F. THOMPSON.
i S, SORBETS]
ARNESS, SADDLES, Etc. ?
?ay in accordance wit =
ow price of i.v.k..*r E
to cai! early as yon E
uve another chance to E
hing in our line at E
ces as we shall offer E
HtOAD STREET, 1
i, - GEORGIA. 1
m mu it witt Yon. i
?f Sclf-it?lsinrj Floor, Grist, v
-.ds oi Corn Goods.O
lcd clthor In riulk ol ?
i'in'kinris of nay Fir.?. f\
lexes Ru'.t-Proof 0*ts, this w
rock-bottom prices. j
rAXCSS matte cm'all kind* j
loe. Corresjiondiiice toUc?teii.
\Y STREET, WEST, J
innah, Ga. ?
WE CARRY A FU.
WE HA NPLE AR<
SHIPMENTS OP . .
We Give ValuabL
954 BROAD STREE
What is The
PER DAY F
GET THE BEST
PER DAY AND TAKE
PAY FOR ONLY
ld the on Iv European Ph
Kolicitod. ' S. C. & Ga. tr
f the Trading Public.
wu. Studying every day to make it better,
issive one-and with our superior facilities
st varied and up-to-date selection of Spring
urself-and save money on every purchase,
) we say so, but because the goods and the
ill third deeper into your pocket-book.
shandise The Best. I
WASH FABRICS. \
1 case n^w color Dimities, 5c
40 inch English Batiste, fast colors, the bes' ?j
wash goods, worth 12?c, at 10c yard
The choicest dress fabrics, the Dotted .Twiss =
Mulls culy 12?c f
Our wbole line of 35c French Organdies wei
will run at 25c
White Lawn in remnants at your own price |
Laities' SI ans Prece?s Waists, f
600 Ladies' Waists, fine percale a leader, 39c ?
At $3.50 Stripped or Plain Taffetta Waists,!
tucked or plaited, self attractive collars =
At $4 00 Black Taffeta Waists, tucked aud|
corded in clusters, bound and lined
At $6 00 large black checks bayadere tucks, ?
bound and lined, plaids cut bias. E
Selplifef's Stjoe DepaMQet. I
Boys' Fine Calf Laced Shoes, has the popular =
coin toe or needle toe, will regularly brings
1 75 in any Shoe Store in the land. =
Special price now $1 25
Boys Bept Black or Tan Laced Shoes Good-!
year Welt, and with London Coin toes, =
the regular price of these Shoes anywheres
is 2 50, as a Special we make them at =
Men's Finest Cordovan Lace Shoes, on account =
of their being pointed toes we are going to !
sell them at almost half price, were for-1
raerly $5 00 they are now $2 50 =
Men's Finest Willow Calf Shoes, light sole,=
handsome shade of brown, narrow bulli
dog toe, they are latest and mother of 500 =
Shoes, to close out this week at $2 75 5
52 00 Men's Satee Calf Shoe, lace, or =
congress, solid ^eather sole and heel, the =
2 00 kind at $1 50
Misses Mie Kid Button Sloes.
Either cloth or kid tops, either square, narror, =
pointed opera, or coin toes, either light or =
welt soles, au assorted lot which have =
just been reduced from 2 00 to $1 25
Youths Fine Calf Laced Shoes, with hand|
sewed welts and plain London toes, A!
Shoe that would quickly bring 1 75 =
regularly, yours now for $1 25
1 lot about 187 pair Ladies' Fine Button!
Shoes, blacks and tans turn or welt soles,!
cloth or kid tops, mostly pointed toee,=
all width*, the regular price.of these were=j
2 50 and 3 00. Special to close this week =
at $1 49 !
114 pairs, Lad i ea' Fine Kid Seamless Button,!
coin toes, patent leather tips, very stylish, S
light well soles, opera heels, worth any- =
where 3 00 a pair, but now only $1 60 =
J cases Ladies' Dongola Button Shoes, nicely |
trimmed, in all toes, they are worth $1 50,=
as a leader at $1 00 ?
)00 pairs Ladies Tau Shoes, button or lacp, 1
all sizes, guaranteed sole, they are worth =
2 00, as advertised $1 25 =
10 cases of Baby Shoes at 15c i
) cases Hand Sewed Baby Shoes 35c |
500 pair of Children's Shoes, from 5 to 8.!
they are worth 1 00, price now 50c
fVe are determined that no other store shall ?
give better Shoe values at lower prices =
than we do. =
t'ou cannot invest your money in a better S
way, or so it will bring better returns than =
by snapping up some of these many Bona- S
fide Bargains, S
/ 1100 and 1108 BROADWAY, =
t AUGUSTA, GA.
NAT A. WICKER.
- - - -J - r .- .- - P^J
AND PRICES LOW BOWN, w
'W TRY US ONCE. . . .
Pound pf Our COFFEE
rery Bar of SOAP.
SON & WICKER,
.ESALE AND RETAIL.
HT, - - CORNER CUMMINGS.
Use of Paving $2 to $
OR HOTEL ACCOMMODATIONS
?N YOU CAN
AND MOST COMFORTABLE ROOMS
i OR 75 CENTS
YOUR MEALS WHERE YOU PLEASE,
1 THE BEST.
WHAT YOU GET ANDJJNO MORE;.
in Hotel in Augusta, Ga. Your patronage is
bins pa6B the door. _
F\ PGTTYJOH IN , Prop'r,