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THUS. J. ADAMS, ;.EDITOR
WEDNESDAY, DEC. 21.
The new Cuban government will
take charge of the island on Jan. 1.
The war department has made
public the formal order providing
for the military government of
Cuba. The notable feature of
the order is that Major Gen Ludlow,
who^is . designated as military
Governor of Havana city, which is
nominally subordinate to the divi
sion- commander, Gen Brooke, is
apparently charged to execiee all
the civil functions in that place
under the direct authority of the
Gen Lee's function? appear lo
be limited to those of a strictly
*r military character, although it is !
said at the war department he may j
be eventually charged with the
duties, civil as well as military,
of .the Governor of a province.
NOT IN FAVOR OF EXTEN
SION OF TIME.
Our worthy old friend Dr. Hodge
Timme/man has always hitherto
been "with the people, and for the
people," but now that he is State
Treasurer, and the State'b "funds
are running low, he seems willing
that the people should be forced to
pay their taxes, able or not able,
in order that the State's coffers
shall be filled to overflowing with
. the bread money of the impover
ished tax-payer. On this subject
the Columbia correspondent of the
News and Courier says :
The outlook is that the State
wi?.l have to borrow money to meet
the interest on the public debt,
which falls due January 1. Treas
urer Timmerman stated to-day
. tnat taxes were coming in so slowly
that he did not see how it could
be otherwise than that the State
would have to borrow. Usually at
this season of the year taxes have
been paid to such an extent that
enough was in the treasury to meet
the interest obligations of the
- State, but not one-tenth of the
amount is in sight. The Treasurer
states that corporations usurlly
wait until the last moment to pay
their taxes and that if he had in
sight what they must eventually
pay he might possibly pull through
. without borrowing.. Nevertheless,
he is not in favor of an extension I
of the time, for he thirks that if
the people cannot raise the money
now they will not be in any better
condition later nn. There is always
more or less trouble in getting taxes
. promptly paid, but all indications
are that it is a little worse this
year than ever. Nevertheless Dr
Timmerman will meet all obli
gations of the State when due
taxes or no taxes.
* It will be but little or no trouble
for the State to borrow money, but
the avefage tax-payer cannot ob
tain a loan from our banks at this
time, whilst they may make the
necessary arrangements to do so
Make Others Happy and Toa
Will Thereby Promote Your
With all its alternating joys
and sorrows, smiles and tears,
successes and failures, hopes and
desperation, the year is fast ebbing
away to reBt with its historic
sisters of the past ; but Christmas,
the joy of tender childhood, the
hope of Adam's race, the Birth-day
of Him who redeemed lost
paradise-Christmas is coming
again. Once more the good things
appear in the windows of our
shops; already many a home is
permeated by the fragrance of
in-gathered sweet-meats. Happy
time for many a happy man.
Racked are the brains to find
suitable presents, anxious the
hearts to please their loved ones ;
but know dear reader, that full
many a* child is gazing wistfully at
the fruit of which he may not buy
but many a Mother with an aching
heart listens to the prattle of child
ren; of things seen which Bhe
can only sigh for. Is it not more
blessed to give than to receive?
Is Christmas only for the opulent?
Celebrate it, kind ; friend, by
dividing your joy3 with the needy.
Cast your bread on the waters, and
6ome day it shall return to you.
The greatest happiness of life,
consists in making others happy.
Carry Jyour gift, and watch the
gleeful faces of some little ones,
or of some lone widow, at the joy
that she is remembered That
smile is almost like the benedction
of angels; it will soothe you
when in pain, yea when misfortune
comes. Charity brings its own
reward; it adds a lustre to the
soul/which time's unsparing finger
may never efface. It gives to the
spirit a beauty, which makes it the
pride of Jehovah, and the wonder
of an gel s.
Young woman-be happy ; but
not in the whirl of the alluring
dance. Lead not the noblemen of
earth astray, by participating in
balls, and card parties, where
gamblers sometimes learn the'r
first lessons in the baleful art.
. Youngman, enjoy your Christm?a,
but not qyei' the enticing table,
where so many have lost their
hopes-not iii drunken
debauch, where myriads have
disgraced their fathers, and
brought shame on the cause of Him
who was born for them. Jcv in
the Child that for us was given ;
trust in the King> that for us was
Now, kind one, my annual mes
sage and greeting I senJ. Be happy,
be faithfdl, be true, and may long
life, and mercies be vour portion.
May the day sometime come, when
with Jesus, you may eat of His
Birth-day feas*-, and sing with the
Millions, that. His love redeemed.
P. P. B.
Simmons Squaw Vine Wine or
Tablets prevent and cure Palpita
tion of Heart, Dizziness, Sick
~Te?dache, Chilly Sensation ?.
Tillman and the Filipinos.
"Sendator Ben Tillman says the
Filipinos are coons' who 'all look
alike,' to him. Aside from the
vulgarity- and brutality of such
a remark, it bettrays a disgraceful
ignorance. There are no negroes
on the P' ilippine group, and never
were ar "ound there. The native
Nogrito population is of the yellow
race, and it has about dinappeared,
though there are considerable num
bers of them in the mountains of
Luzon and Mindonao. The East
Indian people of the Malay family
are four-fifths of the population.
They are Aryans : DO more 'coons'
than Tillman is. These Malays
are of two tribes or divisions, Taga1 s
and Bisayans. There are, especially
along the coasts, many Chinese
and great numbers of mirved people,
who have in their veins the blood
of the Malay, the Mongolian, the
Spaniard, and perhaps other
'streaks and -crinkles., The
Malayans are ?nal Mohamed
ans. They had dxiven the native
Negrito population to the moun
tains of the interior, long before
Spain took possession of the
archipelago. A United States
Senator should know, before he
discusses it, something of the
subject matter of a question ; but
when its only Mr Tillman, perhaps
its of 'no consequence.' Heis after
notoriety, mainly, an^ the more
ignorant, boorish and brutal he
appears, the more Tillmauesquei
fame he acqires."
This taken from the Chatta. joga
Times, but it is conclusive of roth
ing that ?ve can see except possibly
that the editor of the Times knows
?is encyclopedia a little . better
than Senator Tillman. With or
without an encyclopedia, how
ever, we venture to say that the
Senator could give the Editor
points on the race belongings of
the new savages that the- Armexa
tionists would absorb for the bene
fit of our gt'eat American dependent
industries. And negroes. Ne
gritos, Aryans or what not, tht
F 'ipinos in effect and for all prac
tical purposes "lcok alike :" indeed
a people who "have in the'r veins
"the blood of the Malay, the
"?ngolian, the Spauiard," and,
' perhaps other streaks and spriu
? es," are worse than the pure or
hybrid negroes who have caused
so much trouble in the United
[ States. That they are not capable
?of self-government has be?n
demonstrated by their submission
to the rule of the Spaniard; that
they would not be a desirable
additon to American citizenship is
established by our utter failure to
deal with the Lidian, n9gro and
Chinese questions in our own
Senat Tillman, whatever he be
'after," is right in his position on
the annexation of the Philippines,
and we hope that he will fight the
T eaty with all his pjwer.-News
Pains in Head, Neck, Shoulders.
Back, Front, Sides, Hips and
Limbs are readily cured by Sim
mons Squaw Vine Wine or Tablets
In the Possession of Mr Dickson,
Superintendent of the Dis
How interesting it is to look
upon mementos of the pa?t and to
conjure up incidents in* which
those relics played a part. Some
times, how*ever,the8e reminiscences
are decidedly more t pleasant at
this late day than they were at the
time of their occurrence.
Mr. A. C. Dickson, superin
tendent of the State dispensary,
has a sword which once belonged
to the "bloody Tarleton." the
intrepia British^commander who
was as Der8istent and cruel in his
efforts to crush out the spark of
of patriotism in South Carolina
during the Revolution.
But the horrid instrument of
war is more valuable as a relic, for
it is the sword which was cut from
Tarleton's hand at Cowpens by
Col. William Washington. The
weapon is of rather crude make,
having been fashioned by a black
smith, but its temper is of good
quality, and it was evidently more
useful for battle than for dress
On the ead of.the hilt is a little
I iron knob, projecting beyond the
hand piece. This knob bears the
made by the awful descent of Was
hington's sword. The same stroke
-vered- the enda of Tarleton's
When the British leader dropped
his sword and "put spurs to his
horse," seeking safety, as history
records it, the eapon was wicked
up by William Scott, an American
trooper, who tied it" to his saddle,
and at the close of the war car
ried it home. William Scott was
Mr. Dickson's grandfather. The
sword has descended to the you
ngest o 'ld or, erch succeeding
generat.'. a.--Th?^State. 1
feels an i r d e -
of the pain and
ant upon the
most critical pe
riod of her life.
Becomin g a
mother should be
a source of joy
to all, but the
the ordeal make
anticipation one of misery.
is the remedy which relieves
women of the great pain and suf
fering incident to maternity; this
hour which is dreaded as woman's
severest trial is not only made
palnleft, but all the danger is re
moved by its use. Those who use
this remedy are no longer de
spondent or gloomy; nervousness
nausea and other distressing con
ditions are avoided, the system is
made ready for the coming event,
and the serious accidents so com
mon to the critical hour are
obviated by the use of Mother's
Friend. It is a blessing to woman.
$1.00 PER BOTTLE at all Dmr Store*,
er cent by expi?es on receipt of price.
BOOKS Containing invaluable information of
roce ,nterest t0 iU women, win bo tent
rnbt to any address, upon application, bj
ne BHADFIELD EEGCLATOI. CO.. Atlanta. Qa.
Recommended by Leading
Dressmakers. 4 4
Tbey Always Please.-^
NONE BETTER AT ANY PRICE
PF"Th?se pattern* are told in nearly ?
?vcry ?ity ana town in the U*lt*d Suter 1
f your dealer doei not keep them send '
direct to nt. One cent stamps received. !
Address your nearest point.
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138 to 146 W. 14th Street, Ne? York j
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189 Fifth Ave., Chicago, and
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Brightest Magazine Published j
Contains Beautiful Colored Plates.
Illustrates Latest Patterns, Fash
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Agents wan cd for this magasin* in er*ry ?
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work. Write fer terms and other partic
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including a FREE Pattern.
Addrea THE McCALL CO
138 to 146 W. 14th St., New York
A handsomely Illustrated weekly. Largest cir
culation of any scientific Journal. Term?. $3 a
year: four months, $L Sold by all newsdealers.
MUNN&Co.36,B^' New York
Branch Office. 635 F St, Washington. D. C.
HAS REMOVED TO.
806 BROAD STREET,
And would be pleased to have the sup
port of their friends, and will continue
to give first class meals and rooms at
DIMERS A SPECIALTY.
I FAWCETTS CO.
5 ^tSSUl1 Commission "
?LM AI il AM . a t - ? .!
MILLS. Merchants, i
: Manufacturers of Self-Raisinq Flour, Grist, y
% Meal, and all kinds of Corn Goods. v ...... .
. Flour pucked either in Bulk or *
A la l*uper Packni;tti of nay alie. A
* Ten Cars Choice Texas Rust-Proof Oatt, thia .
A year's crop, at rock-bottom prices. ...... ^
LIBERAL ADVANCES made on all kind*
of Country Produce. Correspondence solicited.
210-218 BAY STREET, WEST,
CHARLESTON ?ft WESTERN
"Augusta and Ashville Short Line."
Schedule in effect Feb. 7, 1897.
Lv Augusta. 0 40 am 140pm
Ar Greenwood.. 1217pm 1130 pm
Ar Anderson - 7 30 p m .
Ar Laurens_ 115 pm 700am
Ar Greenville.. 2 55pm 945am
Ar Glenn Sp'gs... .4 05 p m .
Ar Spurt an burg.. 3 00pm 9 25 am
Ar Saluda_ 5 23 pm 5 23 p m
Ar Iiendersonville 5 51 p m 1 45 p m
ArAsnville.700 pm .
Lv Ashville.... 820am .
Lv Spartanburg ll 45 a m 4 00 p m
Lv Greenville - 1155am 4 00 pm
ArLaurens_ 130pm 7 pm
Lv Anderson. 7 00am
Ar Greenwood.. 2 28 pm 5 00 am
Lv Augusta.... 5 05 pm 9 35 am
Lv Savannah.... 5 55am ........
Lv Calhloun Falls 444 p m
Ar Raeigh.... 2 1Gam
Ar Norf oik- 7 30am
Ar Petersburg-G 00 am
Ar Richmond - 8 15am
Lv Augusta. 2 55 pm
Ar Allendale. 5 00 p m
" Fairfax. 5 15pm
" Yfmassee. 6 20 p m
' Beaufort. 7 20 pm
u Port Royal. 7 30 pm
" Charleston. 8 08 p m
Savannah. 8 00 pm
Lv Savannah. 6 50 a m
u Charleston.... :. G 50 a m
44 Port Royal. 8 15 a ni
" Beaufort. 8 25am
M Yemassee. 9 25 a m
" Fairfax. 10 32 a m
".--Allendale. 10 47 a m
Ar Augusta. 12|5f*a m
I Close connections at Greenwood for
all points on S.A. L., and C. and G.
Railway, and at 'Spartanburg with
For information relative to tickets
.>1 W. J. CRAIG, Gen. Pass. A gt.
^\ I . Augusta, Ga.
\ T. M. EMERSON,
\ g Traffic Manager,
1*1 I ?ML_ A
Fine Old Whiskies.
In Full Quarts, Each, $1.10.
Sold at all Dispensaries and therefore un
necessary to buy outside South Carolina.
Frank O. Tullidge &
TO BE HELD
Davison & Fargo,
DO YOU WANT
THEN GO TO THE
ai . ? .
_fMM) ?;.>, $/.OU, $10, $15.
Trousers 50c, $2, $2.50. $3, $4, $5.
Children's Suits 50c to 76c.
Boys' Suits $2.25 to $tf.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, 25o, 35c, 40c. 50c to 75c.
All Wool Dress Flannels at ISc.
Red Twill Wool Flannels at 12#C
White Dcmet Flannel at 5c.
Canton Flannel as low as 4c.
White Wool Twill Flannel at 20c,
25c, and 30c.
Wool Mixed White Flannel at 12#c.
A great bargain 1
100 pieces Dark Percale at 6 and 6^
Wraps. Jackets and Reefers.
If you wish to know the fall styles
in Wraps, Jackets and Reefers yon
must go straight to the Racket Store.
Fine and beautiful winter coverings
at from 50c to $10.
Every ' Corset
wear and fit per
fectly. After 4
weeks wear if not
in every way sat
isfactory as to
wear and fit your
Our line of Blankets is an immense
one. Our prices range from $1 to $10
a pair, and euery one a genuine bar
gain. We call special attention to our
own Carolina Wool Blankets.
New S?ks !
In Fancy Stripes, Plaids, Brocades,
Changeables, Black Brocades, Satin
Duchess, Rhadames ?.nd many new
effects we mention specially.
10 pieces Changeable Silk at 50c par
yard. 20 pieces Fancy Plaid Silks at
40c per yard.
Men's, Children's, Ladies, and Misses
Shoes at prices ?o suit the times.
J. W. PEAK,
OP N. T. HACKET STOBE.
?dd??WILBUR R. SMITH.
For circular of his famous and renponnlblo
COMMERCIAL COLLEGE OF KY. UNIVERSITY
Awarded Heda! mt WorM's Bxawalttea.
Refers to thousands of graduate, in position..
Coat of Fall BaalneM Coane, In clad! ns Tul-'
sion, Books and Board in family, about f?.
Shorthand, Type-Writing, and Telegraphy,Spaeialtiat.
BSPTho Keutucky Univernl ty Diploma, under neal,
Larded graduates. Literary Course free, if dui red.
VAMtCpn. Enter now. Graduate, luecewf ul.
-f?r . have your Itttm reach tu, addreu onlt,
A Little Money Buys
Lots of Goods at Our Store.
This Solid Oak Bedroom Suit, Dres
ser, Washstand and Bedstead,! with
large, beveled Mirrors ID Dresser;
double'enclosed Washstand; Bedstead
4 ft. 6 in. wide, over 6 ft. high, bracket
rail? and doubl? books ; all beautifully
carved and highly finished. Worth
everywhere $25.00, but to introduce!
our business we will sell one car load j
of these suits for
, SB15.00 PER SUIT.
Don't write and ask questions, send thej$15.00 and get th? Suit. You
can get your money baok if it is not all right.
lt is useless to spend $25.00 to $40,00
for Stoves withjhigh sounding^nameg
and worthless guarantees when we
can ship you a nice, plain, well-made,
heavy No. 8 Stove; the good kind, the
kind that lasts, including 40, pieces of
ware, for onlj .
The oven is large enough to bake a
turkey. Your money batk if Stove is
We "Want Your Trade.
This advertisement describes two of our sledgo hammer bargains, we
have lots of othejf, including bargains in
FURNITURE, BABY CARRIAGES, CARPETS,
DINNER SETS, CHAMBER SETS, MATTINGS,
LACE CURTAINS, KITCHEN WARE, SHADES,
ANU SEWING MACHINES.
Everything that we touch is a bargain. Correspondence solicited.
The Padgett Furniture Co.
1110 AND 1112 BROAD STBEET. AUGUSTA, GA. J
South Carolina Co-Educational Insito,
EI>GEFIELD, 8. C.
^HE SOUTH CAROLINA CO-EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTE,
0 which is well known, and which for seven year* hp" h- u so
successful in its wort ?? wsy: dge
. . ; . C.'
The buildings with dormitories, dining ball, lecture and
classrooms, all under the same roof, are large, comfortable |
and elegantly furnished, and afford ample accommodations
for seventy boarding pupils. All students are thus under |
the watch care of the President and Faculty.
The Faculty! is composed of eight experienced'teache'rs,
among whom is the honored and distinguished educator
Rev. L. R. Gwaltney, D. D.
Course of Study.
Besides the usual literary eonrse there will be special de
partments in Vocal and Instrumental, Music, Art. Elocu
tion, Physical Culture, Commercial Branches, and Military
We guarantee that from $100. X) to $125.00, according to
claes entered, will cover entire expenses in the Literary
Department for one session.
Tuition for day students will be about the same as that
charged by the Edgefield Institute last session.
WRITE FOR CIRCULARS.
-FOR ALL INFORMATION ADDRESS
South Carolina Co-Educational Institute,
ETja-E^IELOJ, s. a.
NEXTSEss.oHw.aBwTiiiirniliiy, UM? M, 1898.
F. N, K. BAILEY, President.
SILVER ? 8L0CK . SHOE . STORE.
Under Management of ISIDORE SILVER.
SILVER BLOOKI, J^TJO-TJS^JA. OA.
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 offered in
Augusta. Every pair New. Every pair specially Made for us. Experience,
all purchasers for Cash Saving large Discounts.
Ho rent to pay, as others down town who have enormous expenses to bear,
has enabled the Silver Block Shoe Store to offer a line of Custom Made Shoes
of the latest styles, warranted to wear, at pricesfcever before offered to the
public. Interest never el et pu, it works. Increased .jost makes the necessities
of life dear. When the body is tired ?be 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 hythe 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 anJ inspect our stock before purchasing. We charge
nothing for this; if our statements are not true you have lost nothing, if they
are you have gained 50 per cent, in your purchases. We guarantee every arti
cle purchased from us. Money refunded in every instance if upon further ex
amination goods are not found satisfactory to the customer: our only desire
is to please our patrons. We are agents for the Celebrated, HOWARD HATS,
th? best made hats ip Anierio*. \
$4,282 Cash Did The Work.
Two weeks ago warm the thermometer registered 100 in New Y wk
.we closed outfe? Spot Cash 60c on the dollar the remaining steak
on band of the best known Cloak manufacturers in the East. These '
goods are now in and f o on sale Saturday and all next week at tb?
C. H. SCHNEIDER
We have marked the goods at an average of IP 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 b&rgains :
Ladies' Cape, Jacket and Skirt Sa,e
Ladies' well made black and colored
Wool Skirts at. 98c
Ladies' fancy Mohair Skirts, best
linings, brush biddings, 3.00, for.. .1.48
Ladies' black and fancy Wool and
Mebair Skirts, cheap at 4.00...1,88
Ladies' black and fancy French Wool
and Sicilian Skirt3,7.00 values.2.98
Ladies' ?Mik Mohair Skirts, ia 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
ISLadies' 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
600 Baby and Children's Cloaks in
this sale st.98c
100 all-wool Eiderdown Cloaks, all
[shades, well made.1.98
150 Ladies' black and green Beaver
Cloth Jackets.'Jew styles.1.98
Ladies' 9.0C jlack boucle Jackets, all
I silk lined, new styles.3.98
Ladies'very flue Jackets, all colors,
plain and fa ney colors, at.4.93
Ladies' 5.00 Salt ?Seal Plush Capes,
I jost for a starter.2.50
Ladies' 6.50 Baltic Seal Plush Capes,
j silk lined, a bitter.3.98
Ladies' 10.00 Silk Piush Capes, silk
lined, Thibet Fur trimmed.4.98
? Choice 200 Misses and Children's fine
Reefer Jackets at.1.98
Choice 410 Misses and Children's all
wool, new style Reefer Jackets... .2.98
Read These Special Drives.
142-inch best quality Pillow Casing. .5c
Best Standard Prints at.....3%o
I Good yard wide white Cambric... 4%c
Best yard wide French Percales ... .7c
Good yard wide Bleaching at .....3%c
Extra heavy yard wide Sea Isl'd..3%c
40-inch fine Cretons at..9c
36-inch best Silkalines at.8c
25c Silk and Wool Chai lies 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.............69o
150 2.50 Comforts, filled with white
carded cotton, well covered.98c
80 very fine Comforts, filled with best
[ cotton, sateen covered. ?.... 1.50
150 pieces fine Nottingham Lace
Curtains, cheap at 1.00 . 49o
100 pairs extra fine Nottingham Lace
Curtains, 2.50 value.9Sc
$3.50 beautiful Nottingham Lac?
Curtains, 4 yards long at.9
$5.00 Brussels Net, imported Lace
Curtains, extra wide, and long.3.?8
20 pairs Satin finished Portiers, Z%
yards long-, worth 6.00 for.........2.60
58 in.Turkey Red Table Damask.. .19c
60 in. Colored Satin Damask.29c
44 in. German all-linen Dask.19c
66 in. German all-linen Damask....30c
72 in. German all-linen Damask - 45c
20xt0 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..19o
Great Dress Goods and Silk dale.
1 table black and fancy wool, tod Mo
hair, 40 inch 60o goods......-...19c
I table $1,1.25 and 1.50 black and,
fancy French goods.49c
$2 best West of . England, 54 inch
76c all-wool Flannels, 64-inch wide
5 pieces 38 inch all-wool Flannels, in
three colors at..15c
25pieces, 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-... .69u
1.50 black Satin Duchesse, Peau de
Sole and Armure Silks.98c
$2.00 and 2.60 black Pean de Soie and
black Satin Duchesse Silks...1.25
$1.50 new Polka Dot and Plaid Silk?
for Whists and Skirts. ..75c
These Specials on Sale
Men's heavy Fleeced Underwear 1.00
Men's 1.50 all pure wool Underwear. 75c
Men's fast black and tan seamiest
Best unlaundried Shirt made at... 40o
Men's all-silk Club House Sscks. ..10c
50 pieces extra quality Outing Flan
Ladies' all-linen Handkerchiefs.En
Children's School Handkerchiefs....lo
Ladies' 25c Swiss Handkerchiefs.. .12o
Ladies' Fine 50c all-linen Handk'fs,25o
Ladies' Heavy Balbriggan Vests...12c
Ladies' full seamless Hose.....5c
Misses' fast- black seamless hose.6c
Ladies' 1.50 Fine Muslin Gowns....69c
Ladies'50c Muslin Drawers at.....26c
We Prove Be: M*d a Doubt That We Sell
Clothing Cheaper Than Any
Other House in the City.
Scan this list of prices. Compare the garments. They will prove to you
that our prices are positively Lower than the Lowest Elsewhere. You can
I depend upon every garment being of highest grade and best make. Investi
I gate, lt will pay you. .__
See the Handsomest All
Wool Trousers at $2.00.
You never saw better elsewhere at 4.00. They come in plain colors, t
fancy and.striped Cheviot and Cassi meres, have Freuen waists, and are
tifuily 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 4.75.
The Swellest Style
Men's Suits Only $8.98.
All the new and desirable patterns in Fancy and Clay Worsteds and Fancy
Cheviot?-single and double breasted and cutaway suits tailored in first-class
manner, with fine 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 Melt's
Underwear and Furnishing Goods.
All-wool Medicated Scarlet Shirts, silk bound necks, pearl battons, alio
Drawers, worth 1.25 each, at 75c.
Natural wool Shirts, (50 per cent, wool) bilk bound necks, pearl buttons,
ribbed skirts, also Drawers, worth 1.25 each, at 65c.
Wool Ribbed Shirts, (25 per cent, wool) bound necks pearl battons, also
Drawers, worth 50c each, at 36c.
Natural wool Half Hose, medium weight, full regular made, double sols,
worth-25c a pair, at 16c
Men's and Boy's all-wool Sweaters, high necks, striped sailor collars,
worth 1.60 at 98c.
Cardigan Jackets, mohair binding, woven collars, all sises, worth L50 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 Jbotoms
and bauds. Sizes 13j 2 to 17. Worth 87c, at 50c.
Laundried Shirts, white bodies, Percale and Madras bosoms, cuffs to alter,
worth 1.25, at 69c.
Collars, 4-ply linen, all the Dew 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, doubla front and back, 3-pIy linen bosor?s tod
bands. 50c values, at 35c.
School Shoes, the best made, warranted absolutely solid leather, sizes 6 t?
8,50c; school shoes, the best made, warranted absolutely solid leather, sizes 2
to 12,1.00; school sc h oes, the best made, warranted absolutely solid leather
sizes 8 to 12, at 75c.
Boys' and Youths' Shoes, the best made, absolutely solid leather, at 1.00
and 1.25, sizes 1% to 3%.
Ladies'and Misses' genuine Dongola, patent tip, lace or button, beal or
spring heel shoes, worth 2.00, at 1.25.
Ladies' genuine Yioi Kid Shoes in all the late toes, lace or buttai, sfriag
heel or heel, worth 8.00. 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 boyi all find helpfulness in our millinery
parlors. For there's individuality to our hats-no two hats trimmed alike.
Children's Primmed Hats at 18.104.22.168,2.45.
Imported Scotch Tara O'shanters jn the new colorings, at 39c, 49c and tba
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. Alto
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' blank Mohair Sicilian 7.60 Skirts, very fine ones, at 8.98.
Ladies' 10.00 beautiful Silk Skirts, a starter, at 4.98.
Ladies' Fine Macintoshes, worth 5.00, to close quick at 1.60.
Balance of all our Shirt Waist summer goods at 29c*
New Line of Ladies' and
Misses* Jackets .Tust In,
JDCVJSTT PORO-ET THE IFIIL?LCE.
C. H. SCHNEIDER,