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CAN'T AID TOLBERT.
President Will Do Nothing in
Either of the Carolinas.
A PERSONAL ATTACK.
Phoenix Case Considered hy the
Cabinet After Hearing a Full
Statement and Non-interfer
ence Decided On.
Washington, D. C., Nov. 12.
The president decided this after
noon not to interfere in North or
South Carolina race troubles. A
member of the cabinet said of the
"Collector Tolbert was shot while
away from his office on business
entirely disconnected from that of
his position and under those
circumstances the government has
not a shadow of a right to interfere.
If the collector had been shot in
the discharge of his official duties
an effort to enforce the laws of
United States the case would jave
been very different and the duty
of the government would have been
clear. In the present case, how
ever, it is said that the lawless
acts of the mob were not directed
against execution of any of the
laws of tho Un.ted States but
against an individual. The case
would have been the same if Tol
bert had been shot on the high
way by a robber." '
Phoenix Affair to be Investi
News and CoLrier.
Washington, D. C., Nov. 12.
At the instance of the President
Attorney General .Griggs has
directed Marshal Melton and
District Attorney Lathrop to
proceed at once to Greenwood coun
ty and report if the conditions
there are such as to put in jeopardy
the lives of Federal officials and
citizens, and to interfere with the
proper administration of the
business of the United Stales
government. This action by the
department of justice is the result
of a long conference at the white
house late this afternoon between
the president, "BOBB" Webster,
Deas, Tolbert and Assistant At
torney Richards, who represented
the department of justice.
The conference lasted nearly
two hours, during which the out
break at Phoenix was reviewed in
minute detail, with such comment
as the subject inspired. The
president was deeply interested at
the gravity of the situation, 'and
added it was his duty to ascertain
the facts in^the case and do every
thingin J?s^power to protect the
Federal officials in the discharge
of their duties, and at the same
time to find out whether there
exists a republican form of govern
ment, which the constitution
guarantees to the citizens ?f the
United States. In the abserwse of
any formal protest from Governor
Elierbe, who is the legal avenue
through which appeals for ex
ecutive action should be made, the
administration hesitates to take
summary action. On the other
hand, it is claimed that a federal
officer is preverted from perform
ing his legal dutiee as collector of
customs at Chark -on, which is
sufficient to justify intervention
on the part of the government. It
is understood that no action will
be taken by the department of
jastice until the report of Marshal
Melton and District Attorney
Lathrop is receved. In the
meantime Messrs Webster, ^Deas
and Tolbert will remain here to
await such adjustment uf the
difficulty as the attorney general j
Tolbert Talks to McKinley Who
Studies the Case.
At a late hour this afternoon
Mr. Tolbert,, accompanied by
Solicitor General Richards, of the
department of justice, called at
the white house and had an extend
ed interview with President Mc
Kinley. He related to the presid
ent the story of his experiences ic
South Carolina substantially as
given above, entering into minute
details of the trouble on election
day. The president listened
attentively to the recital, but gave
no indication of what action, if
any, might be tr.ken. However,
he requested Mr. Tolbert to see
the Attorney General and make to
him a full statement of the situa
tion as he viewed it. Returning
to the department of justice, Mr.
Tolbert had an interview with
Attorney General Griggs, who had
just returned to the city from New
Jersey. At th? conclue io?: of the
interview the attorney general
said he would have a conference
with the president upon the matter
as soon as possible and it would
then be determined what, if any
thing, would be done.
Tonight Attorney General Griggs;
spent some time with t?e president,
hut so far as could be ascertained
nojdecieion of the question present
ed by Mr. Tolbert was reached.
The department of justice has
taken steps to obtain official in
formation bearing upon the;trouble
in South Carolina, and it is said
to be entirly unlikely that, in the
absence of such information, the
president would take any action
in the matter. In addition, how
ever, to the effort of the depart
ment lo secure definite and official
information concerning Tuesday's
rioting, steps have been taken to.
afford ample protection to the
lder Tolbert, who is collector of
stonie at the port of Charleston,
It ie said that as a government
officer in the exercise of his
individual rights and the per
formance of his official duties the
Federal government will not permit
him to be interfered with. A
prominent official of the
administration said tonight:
"Collector Tolbert's right will be
maintained, even though an effort
be made under the guise of law to
trench upon them."
Washington, D. C., Nov. H.
Tho cabinet meeting today lasted
over two hours. While a large
amount of routine business was
transacted considerable attention
was devoted to the race troubles in
the Carolinas. Tho president
e zpressed deep concern over the
situation, but it was decided that
the develepments up to this time
did not warrant F?deral inter
ference. The conditions in these
two States will, however, be kept
under close surveillance,'' with a
v;ew to action should it be deemed
necessary. The president will
confer with Attorney General
Griggs concerning the situation in
the Carolinas upon the latter's)
return to the city.
Beyond the newsprper reports
no information from Wilmington
or Greensboro has reached the
administration from any source,
but there is little doubt that the
whole mai ter will be looked into
by the officers of the depaitment
of justice. This action was decided
upon at today's meeting, and un
less the rioting is resumed it is
probable that nothing will be done
pending the return of Attorney
The GoverDo : Disgusted.
Columbia, S. C., Nov.- 12.
Governor Ellerbe yesterday
telegraphed the sheriff of Geen
wood county that the killing of
Negroes must stop. He has been
assured that there ?s no danger of
further trou ole. The governor
has;consulted with the Richland
Volunveers to hold the company
in readiness to go to Greenwood at
any m ment. Governor Ellerbe
is disgusted with the situation at
District Attorney Lathrop was
here to see about protecting Juo.
R. Tolbert. Attorney General
Griggs wired him not to allow
Collector Tolbert to be tabm to
Gree iwood, unless it was his desire.
Should a move be made to take
him back against his will Mr. j
Lathrop was directed to apply for
habeas corpus before a United
States judg^e, and turn him over
to the United States marshal. A
preliminary hearing will l>e given
him at 2 o'clock Monday on the
cb urge of being an accessary before
and after murder.
A military company has been
organized at Phoenix.
The Thornwell Orphanage, un
der the care of the Southern Pres
byterians, is located in Clinton,
S. C. It ?B itself a little village of
family cottages in which reside 175
fatherless children, with their
teachers aDd matrons. Here too
are the buildings for school and
trade work, for both boys and girls
are thoroughly fitied to take care
for themselves before being sent
out into the world.
< ?These orphans are received from
any State, and without regard to
denominational affinities. The
orphans of Presbyterian parent
age are in the minority. No in
denturing or binding in or out, as
in most homes, is required. Love
and advantage are the all power
ful means of discipline.
The support of these children is
provided by ''whosoever will." It
is wholly voluntary. If any read
er of these lines is led to help
them, he can send his gift to
"Thornwell Orphanage, Clinton,
S? C." Provisions are as useful as
money, where they can be more
At these thankbgiving times, our
hearts are all al'/e with gratitude
to God. How can we better show
it than by pitying the fatherless?
Dr. Jacobs, the head of the Or
phanage, will gladly give informa
tion to any desiring to know more
of this remarkable and, in some
respect?, pioneer work for the or
Pretty assortment of Hats, Vel
vets, Fancy Feathers, Plu nee, and
other mi. .inery at Miss Aycock's.
Oh. the Pain of
Efceuniatlsm oft*? oauoes the mott in
tUJB sufltWiaf. M*riy have for yoaw
t?ifcx?r fought relief from this disabling
(Hadase, acid are fce-day worse off than
ever. ?&*um&fctm la a blood d?te*to,
and Swift*? ?peoifta fis tko only cure, be
MUM it ii the only remedy whick caa
leach noa deep-seated diseases.
A few year? ajo I iras taken with Inflama- '
awry Bbaematiira, which besam? so IE teena
that I woo fer iTMkc uaable to -walk. I tried
jOt-i-Q. several pron*neat physl
saafl l^fo-s elans and took their troat
, ' f ,v _'i meat faithfull/, bet was
dBMnmpBy unable to jet Cae iltght
W^^^^J UtTM?. ?nfa?V ajr*sa.
fin 4t\ ffk eition Mttsa*d to jrow
W A\ j von?, th? 'disease sjr?ad
*S?/-v ?**TmT .*ttra >odt',a?m
ABih. Jj? frosa KVretiber to Herfa
Saj?fflEw|lL I supered e?oay. I triad
fwmBsSB^S if P\ P*0* P*teD* rpedlciasfl,
Wr&llflrR r M ' < T11 U0M* relieved mo.
Pllra Kt f Upon tee advice of a
TN* J*lr ? mond I decided ta try
I. 8. a. ?Mowla? m* ta Uke U, bow
fter. ny guardian, wh? wa.- a ehamlst. aaa*
iytea tho Tuaeey, and jreoounced lt fret of
Ctaah or ?uoerr. I mt so mueh better after
kine ?TO bot?M, that I oantinned thc retn
ady.eod In two ajoutas I -was cured completely.
The" ou io ??as jjotoftoan t. tor I have never stace
had a Woah of BbsuzQattna though many
tlmea exposed to damp turd co kl weather.
BuriMoa M. Ti rr ri*,
STU PowiSton Avenu*, PhUaealphla.
Don't ?tfffer longer with Bheumatltm.
Throw aside your oils and liniments, as
thejr can rwS rtaoh yottr troebte. Don't
experiment- wftir doctor?--their potash
ona merevry win add to your disabil
ity ned coetpktely desteoy yoor diget
Will ?are perfectly end ' permanently.
?ie guaranteed purely vegetable, and
c?nixuns no.potash, mercury, or other
rninorsl. . Books mailed free by Swift
Specific Co., Atlanta. Ga.
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vals with pains
in the head,
hips and limb*.
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. It put9 the deli
cate menstrual organsin condi
tion to do their work properly.
And that stops ail this pain.
Why will any woman suffer
month after month when Wine
of Cardui will relieve her? It
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.,
?ri. ItOZOM LEWIS,
of OencvlMo. Taxa?, eayot
" I nat troubled et monthly Intervals
with terrible peins In my head and back,
bot hava boon entirely rsllovoa by Wine
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF EDGEEIEID.
Court of Common Pleas.
Mrs. V. C. Addisou, et al., against
Mrs. Anna White.
Pursuant to tho decree in this
cause I will offer for saJe at public
outcry before the Court House,
town jf EdgefieJd, and State of
South Carolina, on.the first Mon
day iu December, 1898, (being the
5th day of paid month) between
the legal hours of sale, th?? follow
ing described realty, to wit :
All that tract of land contain
ing three (3) acres, more or less.,
in the town of Edget?eld, State of
I South Carolina, lying-back of the
renidence of tho defendant, and
bounded on the nor! h by Beaver
dam Creek, south by la 12?B of
Stafford Terry, east by lands of
Mrs. Anna White, and west by
iands of the estate of J. L. Addison.
Terms of- Sale : Cash.
Purchaser to pay for papers.
W. P. ROATH,
N ow 9, 1898. Master E.
The Cosmopolitan, the New York
World, thrice a week, and the AD
VERTISER all, one year, for $3.75.
W. E. Lackey, the Jeweller, gives a
special discount to teachers-and pupils
of the S. G\ Co-Educational Institute
Successor tc > E
-- WHOLES.* XI
917 Broad Sire
JUG AND BOTTLED GOO D
NO CHARGE FOR JUGS (
\tii\ GEBEgBHEBaBBB BBB ' E3TJ
As thp seai ton h:
complete ii 1 ever
We take this <
the recepti on of <
of the ver) r foest
most styl ish su
would like' to tal
choice sei? ?ction <
many vari etiea c
will afford! us gre
task to sh ow you
iu our men's and
I. C. LEV Y'S
A ROLLICKING BARGA?S
An inauguration of the business a
rah. Preparations beyond anythin g e
ment; prices that will far excel in tl?
that any store in Augusta has eve r ph
season that will make the peopl' s
purses have been protected and \ phos<
the saving on every article, and 'it tak
sure you of the reality of%the ec >nom]
Ladies' Dongola Bi itton
Ladies' Dongola 1? alton
I adies' Genuine A /ivs Ki
Ladies' French K idr bat
Gents' Buff Bals Congre;
Gents' Buff Bals Coogrei
Gents' Genuin? C?LI? Bal
Gents' Genuine , Gulf Hal
Gents' Feit Al pine, all cc
Gents'Felt Alpine Hal ,e in all la
CALL .? jsro JB:
Store Open Until
The Gre-' at Es
R. o. 1 ??JR?V
9 07 BROAD STR1
DO YOU WANT
THEN GO TO THE
Only the best skilled tailors work on
the garments we offer. Every article
we sell is guaranteed as represented;
that assures your safety. When you
consider the fact that with us you will
tied 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 $3.99, %o, 17.50, $10, $15.
Trousers 50c, $2, $2.50. $3, $4, $5.
Children's Suits 50c to 75c.
Boys' -Suits $2.25 to $?.00.
Hats ! Hats !
Soft and ?Lfci.f. All sorts at all pirices.
The best that can be had.
mool Dress Goons.
In plain and ..figured at 10c,' 15c, 38c,
20c, 25c. 35c, 40c. 60c to 75c.
A M Wool Dress Flannels at 18e.
Red Twill Wool Flannels at 12>?c.
White Dcmet Flannel at 6c.
Canton Flannel as low as 4c.
White Wool Twill Flannel at 20c,
25c, and 30c.
Wool Mixed White Flannel st
A great ba rara in J
100 pieces Dark Percale at 6 and
Wraps. Jackets and Reefers.,
If you wish to know the fall styles
in Wraps, Jackets and Reefers you
must go straight to the Racket Store.
Fine and beautiful winter coverings
at from 50c to $10.
Our White Goods for personal wear,
for the bed, for the window, for the ta
ble, make upa woiiderful displmv. They
range from Graniteville goods up tu
the finest French Mull and India Cam
bric. We a e making a new record in
j Pr'co Smashing, and are becoming in
j teresting; to ike purchasing public
j and very keenly so too ur competitor*.
Our line of Blankets ?9 an immense I
one. Our prices range from $1 to $101
a pair, and eu er y one a genuine bar
gain. We call special attention to our j
own Carolina Wool Blankets.
New S?ks !
In Fancy Stripes, Plaids, Brocades,
Ch an gea btes, Black Brocades, Satin
Duchess, Rhadames und many new
efiects we; mention specially.
10 pieces Changeable Silk at 50c per
yard. 20 pieces Fancy Plaid Silks et
40c per .yard.
Men's, Children's,Ladies,&nd Misses
Shoos at prices to suit the tames.
J. W. PEAK,|
OF N.Y. BACKET STORE.
?RGESTT" ' ~
. J. O'CONNOR.
] AND RETAIL
?et, Augusta, Ga.
? ARE MY SPECIALTIES.
? PRICE LIST.
aa arrived, BO our Fall Stock J is DO
>ppor?unity to inform the public of
)ur Fall Clothing, consisting indeed
woolens made into the latest and
it designs. Tnere are ninny who
ke -adva ntage of the time to make a
>? a Suit., Overcoat or Hat from the
m hand before the rush beginn. It
at pleasnre and will be a delightful
t he many new and handsome suits
our children's department.
SON & CO.,
f the season with a hip, hip and a hur
ver before attempted by this establish
er money-saving possibilities anything
iced before the public. A starter for the
tore ?ring with praises of those whose
. tastes have been pleased. It's a fact
es no more than a passing glance to as
\ to be practiced in dealing here.
Shoes (all solid) $1 00
d Button Shoes, $1 50
id sewed button, 12 00
ss, %\ 00
is, (all solid) $2 25
s Congress, $2 00
id Sewed Bals C. $2 50
>lors, at 75c, worth $1 25
test styles and colors at $1 worth %1
ll Saturday Evening.
istem Shoe Co.,
i?T, AUGUSTA, GA.
AND THE PUBLIC GENERALLY,
We invite yon to call at our store -
and see the largeet stock of
HATS and TRUNKS,
Ever Brought to Thi? Town.
Oar 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
liantines and Henriettas at 25c are great value?. 44 inch Serge and
Henriettas at 50c, well worth 60c. Henriettas at- 75c and $1 thai you
usually pay $1 and $1.25 for. You should see our line of Heavy -Dress
Goods in, patterns from $4 to $7 per suit. We have a full line of trim
mings of all kinds at very low prices.
SILKS-Our Silks' for waiata are cheaper and prettier than ever
PERCALES, DUCKS and OUTINGS-Our Block of above goods
is unsurpassed,. 36 inch Percales at 10 and 12?c, in newest patterns.
See our Ducks and Outings at all prices.
.\ Wm. Simpson's and all the best grade PRINTS at 5c.
. FLANNELS-Our line of Wool and Canton Flannels iu all colors
is complete and our prices are the lowest.
RIBBONS, EMBROIDERIES and LACES-In Ribbons, Em
broderies and Laces we lead as to quality, quantity and prices.
LINENS, DOILIES and TOWELS-We can show you Table
Linen from 25c to 85c per yard. 72 inch very heavy Linen at 50c. On
DoUies and Towels we defy competition.
COUNTERPANES, MARSEILLES, COMFORTS and BLANK
ETS-Never before have you been able to buy these goods at Buch low
prices. Counterpanes from 75c up. Beautiful line of Marseilles at
$1.25v, $1.50 and $2, worth a great ueal more. Comforts at all prices.
Blankets from 50c per pair to the very best all wool at $5.
EIDERDOWNS-Eiderdowns in all colors at lowest pricep/
.' NOTIONS-Our line of Notions has never been so complete.
"When in need of Handkerchiefs, Gloves, Hosiery, Tooth Brushes,
iHcnd Brushes, Combs or anything in that line we can please you and
at bottom prices.
CORSET'S-Always on hand a full line of R. & G. Corsets.
PANTS GOODS-We have by far the largest line of Pauts Goods
ixi 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
, tbat they are right as to quality arid price. They run in colored and
j white.from 25c to $1.
UNDERWEAR-We do not hesitate to say that we can show you
;1 he best value you have ever Been in Ladies'and Men's Underwear
irom the cheapest to the very best all wool suits.
SHIRTINGS, SHEETINGS, CHECKS and TICKINGS-R. R.
GranitevilleShirting 5, 4-4 Granitevilln Sea Island 5. 10-4 Unbleach
*d:Sheeting at 18 and 20, 10-4 Bleached Sheeting at 20 and 22?c. Full
line of best Checks all prices. Tickings from 5c to 15c.
HATS-This is our first season with Huts and we think wa can
please you in every respect. We have no old stock to offer you.
SHOES-We have a line of Men's Shoes from $1 to $3.50, and
Ladies'from $1 to $3 that cannot be fceaten. It matters not what
prices others make you give us a trial and we promise you that you
will uot - egret it.
TRUNKS-We can show you Truuks at all prices and will save
iyou money if you will give us a call.
There are many things too numerous to mention, but if you will
! give ns ? o?ll we shall be pleased to show you our goods and make
?you priceB. Tt?anking our customers for past favors and soliciting a
continuance of same, we are Respectfully,
G. E. MAY & CO.,
EDO-BFIEXJID, S. C.
? Under Management of ISID?RE SILVER.
SILVER BLOCK, -A-UO-USTA, 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 e\'er offered in
Augusti. Every pair New. Every pair specially Made for us. Experience,
all purchasers for Cash Saving large Discounts.
Norent to pay, ns others down town who have enormous expenses to bear,
bas enabled the Silver Block Shoe Store to offer a line of Custom Made Shoes
of the.latest styles, warranted to .wear, at prices never before offered to the
i publio. 'Interest never sleeps, it works. Increased cost makes the necessities
of life dear. "When toe body is tired the brain is weary, this we have recog
nized and by purchasing for spot cash we can make the prices lower, by hav
ing our shoes made for us by the best shoe makers in the country. We can
sell you shoes under a guarantee. To make you our customers we have spared
no expense. Come an J inspect our stock before purchasing. We charge
nothing f . r this; if our statements are not true you have lost nothing, if they
j are you have gained 60 per cent, in your purchases. We guarantee every arti
cle purchased from us. Money refunded in every instance if upon further ex
amination good* are not found satisfactory to the customer : our only desire
is to please our patrons. We are agents for the Celebrated HOWARD HATS,
the best made hats in America.
?.LITTLE MONEY BUYS LOTS .
IF COOIS AT OUR STOR
This Solid Oak Bedroom Bult, Dree
ser, Washstaud and Bedstead, with
large, beveled Mirrors in Dresser; doa
ble enclosed Washstand; Bedstead 4ft.
ti in. wide, over 6 ft. high, bracket nita
and double hooks ; all beautifully
carved mid highly fioished. Worth
?verywbete $J5.00, but to introduce oar
business we will sell one carload of
these suite for
$15.00 P?R ???lT.
?BeaBU **tte aad ask question?, send thc $15.00 and get the Suit, ^tm mn
?cfc y ocr nsoasy back if lt to not all right.
B to ?est?se W spend $25.00 to 140.00
Ibi Uta nu witt high sounding names
oai wstlhTnaw guarantees when weesji
?ese jrett a nke, plain, well-made.
2ffo. 8 St?n: the good kind, the
iWi, inekMHng 49 plews of
to large enough to bake a
'topfejf .. YUM money fetek if Stove ls
,W? Want . Yoi**- Trade,
Urie eAfwtlsemeafc describes two os* our ?led ge hammer bargains, we have
Vote efedMS?4ln<findlng4bargains in
f waitera, Baby Cartages,
Battings, Chamber Sets,
Shades, Kitchenware and
Lace Curtains, Sewing Machines,
. Everything thai we toa oh te a bargain. Correspondence Solicited. *
The Padgett Furniture Co.
m ASO m BROAD ..STREET, AUGUSTA, Gs.
Twq weeks ago when the thermometer registered 100 in New York
we closed Ont for Spot Cash. 60c On the dollar the remaining stock
on hand of the best knu.wn Cloak rr.aco.iact urers in tbe East. These
goods are now in and to on sale Saturday and all next week at tb?
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 Cape, Jacket, or anything in
this line at25 per.cent, or one-fourth less than merchants them
- selves own these same goods. These are some of the bargains : j
Luu??S Cuju, JuCiul ulu S?ll Sui I ^SS^SSSk?^-. Nottingham ' Lace
Curtains, 4 yards long at. 98
Ladies' well made black and colored $5.00 Brussels Net,1 Imported Lace
Wool Skirts at.......... 98c Curtains, extra wide and long.2.48
Ladies' fancy Mohair Skirts, best 20 pairs Satin finished Portiers, 8)?
inings, brush bindings, 3.00, for...1.48. yards loni?, worth 5.00 for.3.60
Ladies' black and fancy Wool and 58 in.Turkey Bed Table Damask.. .19c
Mohair Skirts, cheap at 4.00..1,98 60 in. Colored Satin Damask.29c
Ladies'black and fancy French Wool 44 in. German ali-linen Dask.19c
?nd Sicilian Skirts, 7.00 values.2.9S 66 in. German all-linen Damask....30c
Ladies' Silk Mohair Skirts, in black 72 in. German all-linen Damssk.. ..45c
ind navy, best made, 7.50 values....3.50 20x40 inch all-linen Towels at.9c
20 Ladies' all-silk black brocaded 50c very flne all-linen Towels.19c
Skirts, all go in a rush at.J2.981$2.50 extra size Bath Sheets fo:....L25
Ladies' black brocaded and p'ain [Best made Turkish Towels at......15c
black Silk Sirts, worth 10.00.4J98 $1.00fine crochet Counterpanes....49c
Ladies'b?ack Satin and heavy black 75c Turkish Throws, a leader...19c
Peau fe So'e Silk Skirts at.6.48
500 Baby and Children s Cloaks in Great Dress Goods and Silk Sale,
chis sale at.98o ,: .
100 all-wool Eiderdown Clor ~,, all ^ 1 table black and fancy wool and Mc
shades, well made.. .1.98 h&'r^inc?? 60o ?Oofo............. 19c
150 Ladies'black and green Beaver , 1 ^le $l,1.2o and 1.50 blacc and
Cloth Jackets, new styles.....1.98 fajWiJWIWb ?oods^.............. ..49c
Ladies' 9.00 black boucle Jackets, all ? *2 ^[ett 0f ED*,and' 54 in0cKh
silk lined, new styles.3.98 BT80 Cloths......................?5c
Ladies'very fine Jackets, all colors, <oe. all-wool Flannels, 54-inoh wide
plain and fancy colors, at..'.4.98 every shad<:.; '.: * * n" ' ' ' V?.i [tl -
Ladies' 5.00 Salt Sea' Plush Capes, ^ pieces 38 inch all-wool Flannels, in
iust for astarte . 2 50 three colors at.,....15c
Ladies'6.50 laltic Seal Plush Capes, 25 pieces, all-wool Eiderdown every
silk lined,a bitter.3.98 8T... ...... ? .?^'"*g,
Ladies' 10.00 Silk Piush Capes, silk /?to"?"a* an,d fancy Sl5k8' VS
li ned, Thibet Fur trimmed.......4.98 U**a.d for; i?m^t?- ft'S C
Choice 200 Misses and Children's fine 20 pieces plain and brocaded Silks,
Reefer Jackets at ..198 to close quick at..19c
Rc?ome?10 Masses andiCWldr?ni ^ *g Faill-e acd
wool, new style Reefer Jackets....2.98 ^S^^^
Read These Special Drives; 8t??Udes?ie.S
l^^^e^^bric:::^ ^Waistsand Skirts;,...:.75c
Best yard wide French Percales .,..7c mi C5?v?^i?l? C?l?
Good yard wide Bleaching at;.3%c llieSe fepeCialS Oil Oale
Extra heavy yard wide Sea Jsl'd..3%c . > ?? ?
40-inch flne Cretona at.9c Men's heavy Fleeced Underwear 1.00
36-inch best Silkalines at.8c goods at......49c
25c Silk and Wool Challies at.6c Men's 1.50 all nure wool Underwear, 75c
Men's fast black and tan seamless
Blankets, Comforts, Linens, Lace Socks.;.6c.
Curtains and Counterpanes. ?rest,an!aun,drj?d ?5j.rt toade at** ' ^
Men's all-silk Club House Sscks. ..10c
100 pairs all California, 5.00 4% 50 pieces extra quality Outing Flan
pound Blankets.,.2.59. nels.;.5c
100 7 pound full size Comfortables Ladies'all-linen Handkerchiefs.5o
cheap at 1.00 for._69c Childrsn's School Handkerchiefs-lc
150 2.50 Comforts, lilied with white Ladies' 25c Swiss Handkerchiefs.. .12c
carded cotton, well covered.98c Ladies'Fine 50c all-linen Handk'fs,25c
80 very fine Comforts, filled with best Ladies' Heavy Balbriggan Vests.. .12o
cotton, sateen covered.1.60 Ladies' full seamless Hose.... ".- .5o
150 pieces fine Nottingham Lace Misses'fast black seamless hose....'.6c
Curtains, cheap at 1.00.._49c Ladies'1.50 Fine Muslin Gowns....69c
100 pairs extra flne Nottingham Lace Ladies' 50c Muslin Drawers at.25o
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 bf highest grade and best make. Investi
gate. It will pay you. v . , , ' .'
See the Handsomest All
Wool ^ at $20Q. .
You never saw .better elsewhere: at 4;00. They come in plain colors, tbe newest
fancy and striped.phe^ipt aaidrGassjmereVbav.e French wa?stB, and are.beau
tifully ta^lor?d,rnarkfi'd, 2.00;
More of Those Nobliy
Suits Marked at $4.75. \
The new style fancy Worsteds, well cut, perfect fitting, best tailoring; extra
grade Italian lining, satin piping. Sold usuallysat 10.00-we mark them while
they last 4.75.
The Swellest Style
Men's Suits Only 88.98.
All the new and desirable patter .s in 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.
All-weol Medicated Scarlet Shirts, silk bound necks, pearl buttons, also
Drawers, 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 weigh:, 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, wove? collara, all sizes, worth 1.50 and
2.50, 98c and 1.49. Indigo Blue Flannel Shins, 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 leather j 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, at 75o.
Boys'and Youths'Shoes, the best made, absolutely solid leather, at 1.00
and 1.25, sizes \)i to Z%.
Ladies'and Misses' genuine Dongola, patent tip, lace or button, heel or
spring h.eel shoes, worth 2.00, at 1.25.
Ladies' genuine Yici 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 75c up.
Thc lady, her little girl, her little boy. all And 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'shanters in the new colorings, at 89c, 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 25o. . .
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 9.98.
Ladies' 10.00 beautiful Silk Skirts, a starter, at 4.98.
Ladies' Fine Macintoshes, worth 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,
JDO^T POIoG-KD THE IPILLA-CE..
C. H. SCHNEIDER,
1106IBROADW?Y, AUGUSTA, GA.