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TWO NEGROES PUT TO DEATH FOR
THE MURDER OF MRS. ATKINSON.
Another Negro Has Probably
Also Perished for the kaine
Cause-Two Hundred and Fifty
Armed White Men Present at
The first inquest was adjourned
to accumulate more evidence and
to give time for the angry passions
of an indignant community to
become pacified. The adjournment
was until to-day, and wien the
church doors were opened full}'
two hundred and fifty white men
were present. They came from
miles around. There were young
and old, plain faruers, rich plan
ters, even the country plough boys,,
and the conspicuous feature was
that they were armed, heavily
armed. It may have been prudent
for arms to be brought along, and
it may have been with bloody
intent, most likely both. But it
would be hard indeed to imagine
a more miscellaneous assortment
of arms; there were shotguns,
hammerless, breachloading and
muzzle, rifles and sixteenshoters,
even the old cap gun was there,
and pistols that stuck out of I
pockets.and belts were as thick as
In the centre of the church
building Magistrate Glover had
arranged a table for the clerk, and
around were grouped the members
THE JURY OF INQUEST,
who were as follows: P. B.
Latham, J. F. Adkins, W. J.
Barling, R. W. Glover, John Floyd,
M. D. Lyon, ThoB E. Miller, B. F.
Renew, Wm Hudson, Tom N. Tim
merman, Jas I. Reece, Dan Mc
Lendon. The jury was a repres
entative one, disposed to get at
facts, but to some extent imbued
with the prevailing sentiment,
although it did all possible to save
At the first tearing considerable
evidence was taken, and to-day
from 10 until 5; with half an hour
recess, additional testimony was
taken. It was all the evidence of
negroeb from the neighborhood.
At first it looked very blue for
Andrew Lee. Jim Mackey swore
that Andrew Lee had told him he
killed Mrs Atkison. He wove a
splendid story. The jury put the
matter to the crucial test. Lee
and Mackey were brought face to
:.Jdce. Lee was charged by Mackey
with killing Mrs Atkinson. The
fire of Lee's retort, his denial and
his refusal to criminate anyone
else with false evidence, appealed
to the jury and all present, and in
the few moments Lee faced his
sworn accuser he purged himself
of guilt. All along the crowd in
the church building thought Jim
Mackey guilty, guilty, and suspect
ed his lies as being directed towards
self-preservation. Luther Sullivan
i?0: bl?->s Ho t.ZT--:d other* ' ?as ?
ana WitucDO anet muib?. --
his evidence, and all put him about
the place of the place of the killing
at the exact hour. ?
. Then the jury and the crowd
concurred that Mackey and Sulliv
an "knew something" abaut tl??*
killing they knew who did it, and
they were in the plot, for the
general impression as gathered is
that Wash Mackey fathered apian
to kill Mr Atkinson and (hereby
free the neighborhood of its white
citizen, and that Luther Sullivan,
^who had just returned honae, was
used to do the killing, and that
other were in the plot ; that Jim
Mackey was a leader and would
have done the killing, but the lot
fell to another. Squire Green and
Andrew Lee were at first implicated
but they satisfied the jury of their
innocence. Lee's candor saved
Bim, and when -someone cried at
the height of the colloquy between
Lee and Mackey, "Give them gunB
and let them fight it out." Lee
spoke up and said, "Yes, give us
guns and I'm willing to fight it
out." Lee claimed the protection
of the jury for his disclosures, and
was assured no harm would come
to him while in their charge.
The evidence jogged tediously
along. Finally about 5 o'clock all
the witnesses present had been ex
amined and the impromptu Court
was cleared for the jury. Jim
Mackey was brought in for pump
ing. He told another story, and
this time he said Luther
Sullivan had done the shooting.
First it was Green, then Lee, and
last Sullivan. Then Sullivan was
brought before the jury to face
Mackey. He was told of his
trouble and then swore that Wash
Mackey had proposed that they
kill Mr Atkinson, as he was the
only white man about and was
always watching them, and that
Jim Mackey did the killing, that
he saw him behind the tree waiting
for the Atkinsons.
Meanwhile the crowd, fully 250
strong, was outside waiting. Six
o'clock came and ther<
was no sign of a veidict, no sign o ;
a conculusion; the cross examina
tion was still progressing. Seven
o'clock come, and the situation the
same. The two negroes were
weaving cords around each other's
necks. The crowd was getting
impatient, very impatient. They
wanted action, a finality, any sort
of a conclusion. There were many
who came for vengeance for the
blood of Mrs Atkinson. They
swore they would have it. They
were willing to wait on a verdict,
but there must be verdict. Peace
emissaries mingled about, but to
no good with nome, Then about 8
o'clock another iuse was tried.
The men patiently waiting outside
were to be appealed to go home and
let the law take its course, and
while this was going on the princi
pals were to be slipped out of the
back doer and secreted, and in time
be taken to the jail at Edgefi?ld
Great and energetic were the ap
peals that nothing be dDne, as the
time was not yet ripe.
The Rev Mr Mealing got up on
the church stops first and pleaded
that the prisoners be allowed to go
Mr J. Mouson Smith, who
conduted the examinations, begged
that the casa be adjourned, and
that all go home and justice would
be had. There need be no fear of
the guilty escaping.
The Rev Henry McMillan made
a pathetic appeal. He said he had
wept to day for the dead, but there
was no humanity or righteousness
in vengeance. The crowd was not
couvinced of the guilt of anyone,
and fuller justice would be done
The crowd said he was a preacher,
and a man went up to him, and
taking him by the hand, said:
"Mr McMillan, I love you, but I
can't do what you ask. I'm think
ing of my wife at home."
Sheriff Ouzts said he appealed
as a frierd and as sheriff that no
harm be done the prisoners. He
would protect the prisoners to the
bitter end, and he appealed to his
friends, for they were all such, to
remember the position- it would
place him in if ill came to his
prisoners. He asked for God's
sake that the negroes be left alone,
if for no other reason.
Voice: "Sheriff tell us about
that poor woman over yonder in
Mr N. GEvans said no one had
gone fuither than he to find the
guilty parties. He had woiked
day and night to that end? and he
wanted his friends to let the law
take its course. It would be unfor
tunate if some innocent person
6hould be killed. The guilty had
not yet been fixed, and by waiting
all of those implicated could be
caught, when to rush into lynching
now would spoil the whole thing.
Let it rest for a ff.w hours. The
case can be tried in thirty days,
and he was satisfied the guilty
would suffer. .If not. then would
be the time to act.
This advice, however, did not
suit the crowd at all.
Mr P. B. Lanham, foreman of the
jury, 6aid that that the jury had
notyet sufficient evidence on which
to fix the responsibly on any
particular pertons. He appealed
to the manhood of his fiieuds to
let the law take it3 course and to
sustain Sheriff Ouzts.
Voice: "All they want is to
make speeches, and before the}'
know some one elso around here
will be killed before Saturday."
Representative Strom, Ex
Member of the Legislature Getzen,
Glover, Sheriff Ouzts, Dr Robert
Mackay and many others circulated
in the crowd, and begged the men
to go home and let matters rest.
Some did go home, but they went
very slowly. The plan of taking
the prisoners out o? the back door
failed, as men were on the lookout
on all sides of the building.
churchyard - l-'irv - H oj
Luther ?sui n Van, ainapouugu.
refuge of the church and wanted
to remain there as long as they
At one time a plan was proposed
to slip the negroes out of a window
or door and by dividing up get
them out of reach before the crowd
could discover the ruse, but all of
these plans failed. One leader
got up on the staircase and said
he washed his hands of the whole
business, as his efforts did not seem
to be appreciated in the Republican
section. He asked friends to
retire with him. They nicked up
and started away, but it is said
t^ey came back to the scene. Dark
ness, home duties, disgust and de
lay, uncertainty as to whether the
prisoners had been slipped away,
and the appeals all combined to
reduce the crowds.
About 9.30 o'clock, when it was
thought the pleadings had had the
desired effect, and the crowd was
Etfuch thinned, the three chief
prisoners had their hands tied so
as to appeal in their helplessness
to the crowd. A strong guard
with 15 or 20 men, surrounded the
prisoners. Thoy marched out of
the chrch, the deputies saying the
man would be protected. The
coup surprised those outside, the
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Scrofula opoeared on the head of my little
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rhe disease next attackod
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never-had a sign ot shs disease to mara.
NU, RUTH BEBJCELEY,
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vals with pains
in the head,
back, bf easts,
hips and limbs.
But they need
These pains are symptoms of
dangerous derangements that
can be corrected. The men
strual function should operate
makes menstruation painless,
and regular. Xt puts the deli
cate menstrual organs in condi
tion to do their work properly.
And that stops all this pain.
Why will any woman suffer
month after month when Wine
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costs ?1.00 at the drug store.
Why don't you get a bottle
For advice, In cases requiring
special directions, address, giv
ing symptoms; "The Ladies'
Advisory Department," The
Chattanooga. Medicine Co.,
?ra. ROZENA LEWIS,
of Oonavllte. Toms, says:
" I ?ras troubled at monthly Intervals
with terrible paint In my head and back,
but have been entirely rollaved by Wino
W ! IVE O F CA R DU I
guards and prisoners marched OD,
the intention being to take
vehicles later. At first ten or
fifteen followed the prison party.
It fell back, stragglers came up.
the distance between the prisoners
and followers was decreasing,those
ahead of the pursuers cried for
their friends to come on. A rush
was mr de, and in a moment the
firing began. The guards say they
were seized and made to let go
their prisoners. Before a thing
could be done someone cried to
the negroes to ruo for their lives.
The}7 broke and ran. Tbis gave a
space between the pos^e and
guard8 and the firing began. It
crashed like artillery fire. After
the first flash it Rooked like fifty
for seventy-five guns. There was
a cry, "Don't shoot this way." It
was from some of the detached
It was during this lull th-L
Wash Mackey made his escape,
if escape he did. Then in another
instant there was another .crash of
guns, another and another and
another, until there was ? general
cry to stop shooting, and even then
there was a spasmodic tire into
the dead bodies as they lay in the
road to Edgefield. When the
smoke cleared the bodies of Luther
Sullivan.and Jim Mackey lay in
the middle of the road. Wash
Mackey had gotten beyond, he
barely escaped the repeated firiug,
and was perhaps dead in the straw
?round the road. .^It was nearly
they must have been killed a: tu<^
first fire. Mackey was motionless,
but Sullivan, who wa? a big, burly
negro, gasped as the crowd went
up to see the dead men after the
killing. A souvenir or two was
taken, and the crowd went back to
the church to get their teas and if
possible find Wash Mackey, the
supposed originator of the Atkin
son, murder and the reporters made
for Augusta in a pouring rain.
Andrew Lee and Squire Green,
who were also under suspicion, and
who would have fared badly, wore
taken away by white men. All of
the other negroes implicated or
held as witnesses were sent home
early in the evening.
SOME OF THE TESTIMONY.
Luther Sullivan was the brother
in-law of his brother victim, Jim
Mackey, and the son-in-law of
Wash Macke}r, eo it will be seen it
was very much of a family affair.
Sullivan admitted that he had his
gun with him on the afternoon of
the killing and that he went hunt
ing. He said that he left his gun
at home late. He asked a negro
woman, Cora Williams, where Mr.
John was, meaning Mr. Atkinson.
Lena Stuart told an old colored
mau that Luther had had a mighty
narrow escape. This Lena denied.
There were a number of such
straws, which pointed directly to
Sullivan and Jim Mackey. The
evidence at the first hearing and
Sullivan's statement, together with
the general feeling, implicated
Wash Mackey. That these men
were mixed up in the killing was
evident, and they would no doubt
have been convicted. With things
as they were it is not surprising
that the over-wrought feelings took
such a course to vent themselves.
There were some who even said
such things were needed every fif
teen years to impress the negro
with his position and make him
more careful about assassinations.
It was in this vici/jity that the Ned
Tennent riot occurred. For four
mile?? square it is said there is no
white family except that, of Mr.
Atkinson's, whose wife was killed
in bis stead. For ten miles iu one
direction it is said there is not an
other white family. It ivas brought
out at the inquest that Jim Mackey
was au applicant for the "position
of postmaster at Lenoir and for the
postal route there, both of which
are held by Mr. Atkinson. He de
nied the charge.
There, are many detaiis, perhaps,
which could be brought out ina
more extended article, which
could only be possible with more
time, but the story is given in all
its extent. The whole fact of the
matter is that a large number of
men went to Republican church
that morning fully* determined to
kill the guilty. They were not
mad, but determined, and no per-'
suasion could have been effective.
They said they had eeen too much
of negroes proving alibis, and it
was too far for them to go to court
to see that things went right, and
meanvhile it was dangerous not to
act for the sake of an example. It
is thought there will bea complete
calm after to-day's storm, and that
all will be quiet hereafter.-Au
gust Kohn in News aud Courier.
559 Broad St.,
AUGUSTA, - GA.
Keeps ONE of the best and
Boarding - Houses
Country friends and strangers' patron
age respect!ully solicited.
DO YOU WANT
THEN GO TO THE
N. ? Racket Store.
Only the best skilled tailor:! work on
the garments we off fr. Every article
we sell is guaranteed as represented;
that assures your safety". When you
consider the fact that with us you will
fled the largest and most exclusive as
sortment and that our prices for like
quality are lower than elsewhere, we
see no reason why we should not have
your confidence and patronage. Our
Suits $3.90, $5, $7.50, $10. $15.
Trousers 50c, $2, $2.50. $3, $4, $5.
; Children's Suits 50.: to 75c.
Boys' Suits $2.25 to $G.OO.
Hats ! Hats !
Soft and Stiff. All sorts at all prices.
The best that can be had.
mool Dress Goods.
In plain and figured at 10c.,; 15c, 18c.
20c, 25c. iloo, 40c. 50c to 75c.
A11 Wool Dress Flannels at ISc.
Red Twill Wool Flannels at 12)?c.
White Dcmet Flannel at 5c.
Canton Flannel as Iowas 4c.
White Wool Twill Flannel at 20c,
25c, and 30c.
Wool Mixed White Flannel at 12)?c.
A great bargain !
100 pieces Dark Percale at 6 and 6}?.
Wraps. Jackets ii Reefers.
If you wish to know the fall styles
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Fine and beautiful winter coverings
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""^ur White Goods for^ personal w?aff
*ne bed, for the window, for the ta
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New Silks !
In Fancy Stripes, Plaids, Brocades,
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10 pieces Changeable Silk at 50c per
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. Men's, Children's, Ladies, and Misses '
Shoes at prices to suit the times.
J. W. PEAK,
OF N.Y.RACKET STORE.
Land for Sale.
ACRES of fertile lands, 6*^
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Blocker road. There are three tenant
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R. L. DUNOVANT,
Sept. 14-6t . Edgefleld, S. C.
Cotton Seed Wanted
IAM representing the Georgio Cot
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large portion of the cotton seed sold in j
Edgefleld county See me at depot be- ?
fore selling. M. A. TAYLOR,
4t Edgefleld, S. C. |
OF GOODS AT
This 8olid Oak Bedroom Sui*, Dres
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large, beveled Mirrors iu Dresser; dou
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6 in. wide, over 8 ft. high, bracket rails
and double hooks ; all beautifully
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everywhere $25.00, but to iDtroduceour
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Den*t write and ask questions, send the $15.00 and get the Suit. Ton eau
get your money back if it 1B not all right
It ls useless to spend $25.00 to $40.00
for Stoves with high sounding names
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ship you a nice, plain, well-made,
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kind that lasts, including 40 pieces of
ware, for only
The oven is large enough to bake a
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We Want Your Trade.
This advertisement describes two of our sledge hammer bargains, we have
lots of others, including bargains in
Furniture, Baby Cartages,
Shades, Kitchenware and
Lace Curtains, Sewing Machines,
r Everything that we touch is a bargain. Correspondence Roiled ted.
The Padgett Furniture Co.
UK) ARD 1112 BROAD STREET, AUSUSTA, 6A.
AND THE PUBLIC GENERALLY,
We invite you to call at our store - - -
and see the largest stock of-.
HATS and TRUNKS,
Ever Brought to This Town.
Our goods have been bought in the very best markets, and at low
est possible prices. Below we give you a few prices which will inter
DRESS.GOODS-We have a line of Dress Goods ranging in price
from the cheapest to the very beet. Our 36 and 40 inch Serges, Bril
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Our SUV: forwaistn ?r- * .than everl
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RIBBONS, EMBROIDERIES and LACES-In Ribbons, Em
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LINENS, DOILIES and TOWELS-We can show you Table
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COUNTERPANES, MARSEILLES, COMFORTS and BLANK
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Blankets from 50c per pair to the very best all wool at $5.
EIDERDOWNS-Eiderdowns in all colors at lowest prices.
NOTIONS-Our line of Notions has never been so complete.
When in need of Handkerchiefs, Gloves, Hosiery, Tooth Brushes,
Hand Brushes, Combs or anything in that line we can please you and
at bottom prices.
CORSETS-Always on hand a full line of R, & G. Corsets.
PANTS GOODS-We have by far the largest line of Pants Goods
in Jeans and Cassimeres ever shown to the trade in this town, and are
offering them at prices that will surprise you.
SHIRTS-You have but to see our line of Shirts to be convinced
that they are right as to quality and price. They run in colored and
white from 25c to $1.
UNDERWEAR-We do not hesitate to say that we can show you
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SHIRTINGS, SHEETINGS, CHECKS and TICKINGS-R. R.
Graniteville Shirting 5, 4-4 Granitevillo Sea Island 5, 10-4 Unbleach
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HATS-This is our first season with Hats and we think wa can
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SHOES-We have a line of Men's ShoeB from $1 to $3.50, and
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TRUNKS-We can show you Trunks at all prices and will save
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There are many things too numerous to mention, but if you will
give us a call we shall be pleased to show you our goods and make
you prices. Thanking our customers for past favors and soliciting a
continuance of same, we are Respectfully,
C. E. MAY & CO.,
ZEZDG-IEFIIEILID., S. G.
Under Management of ISIDORE SILVER.
SILVER BLOCK, A.TJO-XJSTA., G-.A.
Every one is interested in purchasing the best at the Lowest Price. We
have the most Select and Choice Stock of Custom Made Shoes ever oil'ered in
Augusta. Every pair New. Every pair specially Made for us. Experience,
nil purchasers for Cash Saving large Discounts.
Xo rent to pay, as others down town who have enormous expenses to bear,
has enabled the Silver Block Shoe Store to oiler a line of Custom Made Shoes
of the lamest styles, warranted to wear, at prices never before offered to the
public. Interest never sleeps, it works. Increased cost makes the necessities
of life dear. When the body is tired the hrain is weary, this we have recog
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ing our shoes made for us by the best shoe makers in tlie country. We can
sell you shoes under a guarantee. To make you our customers we have spared
bh expense. Come an J inspect our stock before purchasing. We charge
nothing for this; rf our statements are not true you have lost nothing, if they
ire you have gained 50 per cent, in your purchases. We guarantee every arti
lle purchased from us. Money refunded in every instance if upon further ex
humation goods are not found satisfactory to the customer: our only desire
is to please our patrons. We are agents for the Celebrated HOWARD HATS,
:he best made bats in America.
$4,282 Cash Did The Work.
Two weeks ago when the thermometer registered 100 in New Tork
we closed out for Spot Cash 60c on the dollar the remaining stock
on hand of tbe best known Cloak manufacturers in the East. These
goods are now in and go on sale Saturday and all next week at the
C. H. SCHNEIDER,
We have marked the goods at an average of 15 per cent, profit. So -
you will now be in position to buy a Capa, Jacket, or anything in
this line at 26 per cent, or one-fourth less than merchants, them
selves own these same goods. These are some of the ba rgains :
Laflies'Cape, Jack lil Skirt Sue
Ladies' well made black and colored
Wool Skirts at. 98c
Ladies' farfcy Mohair Skirts, best
linings, brush bindings, 3.00, for. ..1.48
Ladies' black and fancy Wool and
Mohair Skirts, cheap at 4.00.1,98
Ladies' black and fancy French Wool
and Sicilian Skirt3, 7.00 value?.2.98
Ladies' Silk "Mohair Skirts, in black
and navy, best made, 7.50 values. ...3.50
20 Ladies' all-silk black brocaded
Skirts, all go in a rush at......2.98
"Ladies' black brocaded and plain
black Silk Sirts, worth 10.00.4.98
Ladies'black Satin and heavy black
Peau de Soie Silk Skirts at.6.48
500 Baby and Children's Cloaks in
Chis sale at.9Sc
100 all-wool Eiderdown Cloaks, all
shades, well made.1.98
150 Ladies' black and green Beaver
Cloth Jackets, new styles.1.98
Ladies' 9.00 black boucle Jackets, all
silk lined, new styles.3.98
Ladies' very fine Jackets, all colors,
plain and fancy colors, at.4.98
Ladies' 5.00 Salt Seal Plush Capes,
just for a starter.2.60.
Ladies' 6.50 Baltic Seal Plush Capes,
silk lined, a hitter.3.98
Ladies' 10.00 Silk Piush Capes, silk
lined, Thibet Fur trimmed.4.98
Choice 200 Misses and Children's fine
Choice 110 Misses and Children's all
wool, new style Reefer Jackets... .2.98
Reac1 These Special Drives.
42 inch best quality Pillow Casing..5c
Best Standard Prints at.~...3%c
Good jard wide white Cambric...4%c
Best yard wide French .Percales -7c
Good yard wide Bleaching at.3%c
Extra heavy yard wide Sea I&Td..3%c
40-inch fine Cretone at.9c
36-inch best Silkalines at.8c
25c Silk and Wool Challies at.6c
Blankets, Comforts, Linens, Lace
Curtains and Counterpanes.
100 pairs all California, 5.00 4>?
100 7 pound full-size Comfortables
cheap at 1.00 for.69c
150 2.50 Comforts, tilled with white
carded cotton, well covered.9Sc
80 very fine Comforts, filled with best
cotton, sateen covered.1.50
. 150 pieces, flue Nottingham Lace
Curtains, cheap at 1.00 . 49c
100 pain extra fine Nottingham Lace
Curtains, 2.50 value.98c
$3.50 beautiful Nottingham Lace
Curtains, 4 yards long at. 98
$5.00 Brussels Net, imported Lace
Curtains, extra wide and long.....2.48
20 pairs Satin finished Portiers, Z%
yards long, worth 5.00 for.2.50
58 in.Turkey Red Table Damask.. .19c
60 in. Colored Satin Damask.29c
44 in. German al ?-li nen Dask.19c
66 in. German all-linen Damask_30c
72 in. German all-linen Damssk - 45c
20x40 inch all-linen Towels at.9c
50c very fine all-linen Towels_:.19c
$2.50 extra size Bath Sheets fo :... .1.25
Best made Turkish Towels at.15c
$1.00 fine crochet Counterpanes_49c
75c Turkish Throws, a leader.19c
Great Dre?s Goods and Silk Sale.
1 table black and fancy wool and Mo
hair, 40 inch 50c goods.,.19c
1 table $1,1.25 and 1.50 black and
fancy French goods.49c
$2 best West of England, 54 inch
75c all-wool Flannels, 54-inch wide
5 pieces 38 inch* all-wool Flannels,In
three colors at.;.15c
25 pieces, all-wool Eiderdown every
1 table black and fancy Silks, 1.00,
1.25 and 1.50 Silks for.:...59c
20 pieces plain and brocaded Silks,
to close quick at.19c
1.25 black Satin Duchesse, Faille and
Gros Grain Silks, one price.69o
1.50 black Satin Duchesse, Peau de
Sole and Armure Silks.98c
$2.00 and 2.50 black Peau de Soiean?
black Satin Duchesse Silks.1.25
$1.50 new Polka Dot and Plaid Silks
for Waists and Skirts.75c
These Specials on Sale
Men's heavy Fleeced Underwear 1.00
gouds at. .49c
Men's 1.50 all pure wool Underwear.76c
Men's fast black and tan seamless
Best unlaundried Shirt made at- 40c
Men's all-silk Club House Sscks. ..10c
50 pieces extra quality Outing Flan
Ladies' all-linen Handkerchiefs.5c
Childrsn's School Handkerchiefs....lc
Ladies' 25c Swiss Handkerchiefs.. .12c
Ladies' Fine 50c all-linen H'andk'fs,25c !
Ladies' Heavy Balbriggan Yeses.-. .12c
Ladies' full seamless Hose.5o
Misses' fast black seamless hose.... .6c
Ladies' 1.50 Fine Muslin Gowns....69c
Ladies' 50c Muslin Drawers at.25c
We Prove Beyond a Doubt That We Sell
Clothing Cheaper Than Any
Other House in the City.
Scan this hst of prices. Compare the garments. They will prove to you
that our prices are positively Lower than the Lowest Elsewhere. You can
depend upou every garment being of highest grade and best make. Investi
gate. It will pay you.
See the Handsomest AH
Wool Trousers afr $2.00.
You never saw better elsewhere at 4.00. They come in plain colors, th*, newest
fancy and striped Cheviot and Cassimeres, have French waists, and are beau
tifully tailored, marked 2.00.
More of Those Nobby
Suits Marked at' $4.75.
The new style fancy Worsteds, well cut, perfect fitting, best tailoring; extra
grade Italian lining, satin piping. Sold usually at 10.00-we mark them while
they last 4.76.
The Swellest Style
Men's Suits Only $8.98.
All the new and desirable patterns ia Fancy and Clay Worsteds and Fancy
Cheviots-single and double breasted and cutaway suits tailored in first-class
manner, with line Italian lining, some with satin piping. These Suits-would
cost you at least 12 50 to 14.00 elsewhere, they are extraordinary values at 8.98.
Saturday's Special Offerings in Men's
Underwear and Furnishing Goods.
AU-wcol Medicated Scarlet Shirts, silk bound necks, pearl buttons, also
Draw?rs, worth 1.25 each, at 75c.
Natural wool Shirts, (50 per cent, wool) silk bound necks, pearl buttons,
ribbed skirts, also Drawers, worth 1.25 each, at 65c.
Wool Ribbed Shirts, (25 per cent, wool) bound necks pearl buttons, also
Drawers, worth 50c each, at 35c.
Natural wool Half Hose, medium weight, full regular made, double sole,
worth 25c a pair, at 15c.
Men's and Boy's all-wool Sweaters, high necks, striped sailor collars,
worth 1.50 at 98c.
Cardigan Jackets, mohair binding, woven collars, all sizes, worth 1.50 and
2.50, 98c and 1.49. Indigo Blue Flannel Shirts, single and double breasted,
deep yoked, felled seems, worth 1.50, at 98c.
Laundried White Shirts, double front and back, three-ply linen bosoms
and bands. Sizes 13>? to 17. Worth 87c, at 50c.
Laundried Shirts, white bodies, Percale and Madras bosoms, cuffs to match,
worth 1.25, at 69c.
Collars, 4-ply linen, all the new shapes. Three for a quarter, 9c.
Cuffs. 4-ply linen, link and round, worth 18c, at 10c.
Fine Web Suspenders, silk and mohair ends, worth 20c, at 12c.
Unlaundried White Shirts, double front and back, 3-ply linen bosoms and
bands, 50c values, at 35c.
School Shoes, the best made, warranted absolutely solid leathei, sizes 5 to
8,50c; school shoes, the best made, warranted absolutely solid leather, sizes 2
to 12,1.00; school schoes, the best made, warranted absolutely solid leather,
sizes 8 to 12, ac 75c.
Boys'and Youths'Shoes, the best made, absolutely solid leather, at 1.00
and 1.25, sizes 1)4 to 3J?.
Ladies'and Misses' genuine Dongola, patent tip, lace or button, heel or
spring heel shoes, worth 2.00, at 1.25.
Ladies' genuine Vici Kid Shoes in all the late toes, lace or button, spring
heel or heel, worth 3.00. They go at quick sale at 1.98.
The best Men's Shoe on earth for 1 .25.
Boys' School Suits from 76c up.
Thc lady, her little girl, her little boy?'?11 flnd helpfulness in our millinery
parlors. For there's individuality to our hats-no two hats trimmed alike.
Children's Trimmed Hats at 188.8.131.52,2.45.
Imported Scotch Tam O'Shanter's in the new colorings, at 39c, 49c and 65c.
Imported Camel's Hair Tams, at 85c.
Boys' Scott Toques and Pullmans, at 39c and 45c.
Also a line of Domestic Tams at 25c.
Leather Tams in tan, red, black and green patent leather trimmings. Also
in new Navy Cloth, at 46c.
Boys' Golf Caps in mixed cloth-the 50c kind, at 15c.
Specials in Ladies' Skirts.
Ladies' black and fancy all-wool Shirts, 5.00 values, at 1.98.
Ladies' black Mohair Sicilian 7.60 Skirts, very fine ones, at 3.98.
Ladies' 10.00 beautiful Silk Skirts, a starter, at 4.98.
Ladies' Fine Macintoshes, worcb 5.00, to close quick at 1.50.
Balance of all our Shirt Waist summer goods at 29c
New Line of Ladies' and
Misses' Jackets Just In,
C. H. SCHNEIDER,
1106 BROADWAY, AUGUSTA, CA.