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E kef leid Advertiser
U J?.j.ADAMS, . KD1T0K
. WEDNESDAY, JAN. 3.
Subscription Price-Sent toanj
address for one year for $1.50; for six
months. 75c; for three months, 50c.
Payable in advance.
Kates for Advertising-One inch,
first insertion, ;$1.00; each subsequent
insertion, 60c. Want Notices, one ceul
per w ord, each insertion. Othe local
notices, ten cents per line for first in
sertion; five cents per line for each
subsequent insertion. Obituaries and
Tribu es of Respect, Notices of Thanks,
and all personal notices of a.political
nature, are charged for as regula" ad
vertisements. Liberal contracts made
for three, six, and twelve months.
Write for terms.
Edgefleld, S. C.
Senator Tillman is iu Charles
Ion with the Gridiron clnb; by the
way a'gridiron club ie almost as
good a weapon of offence aa a
.GenJ.L. Stoppel bein bas been
uominated for Lieutenant Gov
ernor. Should be make the race
we will leam how to pronounce hie
The British are about to get the
black snake lock on Boers by the
parchase'of Delagoa Bay and terri
tory adjacent from Portugal. Huut
np your geographies and see.
Rev A. T. Jamieson, who was re
cently elected superintendent of the
Connie Maxwell Orphanage, has an
nounced that he will accept. The lerm
of Rev J. L. Yass, the incumbent, does
not expire until next July. ;
The apsopsed valuation of rail
road property in Edgefield county
for the fiscal year 1899 is $416,365,
total taxable property $3,488,197.
These figures are from the Comp
troller General's office.
The unshaken confidence of the
1 $ Southern holders of spot cotton is
a tower of strength to the market.
There is little of comfort in the
outlook to the I ears. So say cot
ton experts of NPW York.'
Mr.. Dwight L. Moody, the
celebrated evangelist, died at his
.home iu Northfield, Mass., last
. Friday. He was taken sick while
holding a meeti ig in Kansas City,
. and was carried to hid home
. immediately. Mr. Moody was
not an ordained preacher, but he ?
has been instrumental in the
conversion of thousands in this
country and Europe. This country
uever. produced a more popular or
successfulevangelist, and bis death i
y . ' - W,
~ At the meeting of the convention j
qjt judges held in Colombia the j
following action was taken :
Rule 8 of circuit rules was
amended]BO as to read as follows :
-'Tba habit of the gentlemen of the
bar and all officers of the court,
except constables, shall be black
coats, and no gentleman of the bar
shall be heard if otherwise habit
ed ; and it shall be the duty of the
sheriff to attend tr the execution
ot this rule."
Manilla in tbe Future.
Uncle Sam is already rutting
his mark in Manilla. He is con
j tinning the good work so nobly
began by Dewey and his gallant
Bailois. Dewey ''cleaned out the
spanish fleet and Uncle Sam is
cleaning up Manilla. Already
Manilla presents a regenerated ap
pearance. The streets are being
cleaned of the filth of centuries.
The buildings are being whitewash
ed and painted. Now if such
work is being done in Manilla,
why should . in not be done at
Our houses, fences and outbuild
ings should receive the r annual
coat of paint.
A most excellent and durable
paint is manufactured by the
Southern Paint Co., of Pinebiuff,
N. C. Write to them, for they are
giving Southerners special low
List of letters remaining in the Post
Office at Edgefield C. H., December
R T K?nuer,
S M Mebane,
' R M Mc Me r,
Elliot S ?lavan,
J C Strother,
B C Weaver,
M D Wade,
Miss Estell Dene?
Miss Sue Gemers,
Mrs C M Jones,
Mis? Mamie Lake,
Mrs M M Seil or,
Mrs Mattie Wellst
T. When asking for letters on this Iisl
W. H. BRONSON, P. M.
Baggies ! Buggies ! Buggies I
It means dollars to you. Write
or call and wo will do the rest, al
A. Rosenthal's, Augusta, Ga.
Fine Nor'h?MMi Apfir? j mt received
at L.E. Jack/cn & Co.'a
THE CALHOUN BROTHERS
An Interesting Adjustment of
Financial Differences Between
John C. Calhoun and Patrick
Washington, December 21.-A.
highly interesting suit, involoviiig
a large sum of money, was filed be
fore the Supreme Court of thp Dis
trict of Columbia to-day by Patrick
Calhoun. The suit is against hie
brother, Johu C. Calhoun. Both
men are prominent in the financial
world of New York, and both have
been very prominent factors in
financial and industrial affairs in
the Southern States. Patrick
Calhoun now liveB at. Gleveland,
Ohio, while John C. retains his re
sidence in New York. Jost why
this suit was entered in the Dis
trict of Columbia is not clear but
it seems that there was agreement
between the two brothers that it
shouldjjbe taken to (his Court.
The papers iu the euitwere filed
with the clerk of the Court by Gen
Bf. C. Butler, former Senator from
South Carolina, who has acted a*
a referee between^the two brothers
in getting an accounting. The
name of Augustine Smythe, who is
associated with Gen Butler, ap
pears as attorney. From a copy
of an agreement entered into be
?We hare three children. Before thc
birth of the last one my wife used four bot
tles of MOTHER'S FRIEND. If you had the
pictures of our children, you could see at
a glance that thc last one
ls healthiest, prettiest and
finest-looking- of them all.
My wife thinks Mother's
Friend ls the greatest
remedy lu the
world for expect
Written by a Ken
E|] prevents nine-tenths of the
HIB suffering incident to child
" birth, lhe coming mother's
disposition and temper remain unruifled
throughout the ordeal, because this relax
lng, penetrating Uniment relieves the
usual distress. A good-natured mother
is pretty sure to have a good-natured child
The patient is kept in a strong, healthy
condition, which the child also Inherits.
Mother's Friend takes a wife through the
crisis quickly and almost painlessly. It
assists m her rupid recovery, and wards
off the dangers that so often follow de
Sold by ?rues!sis for SI & betti?.
THE BRADFIELD REGULATOR CO.
Send for oar free illustrated book wrltto*
expressly for expectant mothers.
tween Patrick.and John C. Calhoun
in 1897, which is part of the papers
placed on file, it seems that the
two men had been engaged in a
large number of financial operat
ions together and they were unable
to agree as to just how their
accounts stood one with the other.
So they decided to have Gen
Butler, their mutual friend, act as
referee. Each was to submit to
Gen Butler all his books and papers
bearing on the transactions be
tween them ; the General was to
go through each transaction and
determine just how it stood, and,
after he had reached a decision on
all of them, he was to enter suit in
the District Court to obtain a judg
ment in line with his finding. All
the costs, including the fees of
the referee, were to be borne
equally by the parties to the
agreement. And it was further
agreed that the referee's decision
was to have the full effect of a
Court as between them, and that
the judgment of the Supreme
Court of the District of Columbia
in accordance with its finding
chou id be final.
The suit entered to-day sets forth
the referee's judgment, which is
that John C. Calhoun is indebted
to Patrick Calhoun in the sum of
$197,03(5 83, with interest on part
of this sum. Of this sum, $127,000
is owed on general cash accounts,
$17,000 on account of Kentucky
Coal and Iron Company stock, $8,
000 on the preferred stock of that
company, $12,000 ou account of
tbe stock of - the Railway Realty
Company, $8,000 on account of the
stock of the Port Royal Company
and $3,000 on Roger American
Mechanical Carriage Company
stock; lhere is also a claim of a
half interest in stocks estimated
to be valued at $100,000.
The agreement upon which the
suit is based is filed among the
papers and is au interesting
document. It cites :
"Whereas, there area number of
of business matters outstanding
unsettled between the above par
ties, John C. Calhoun a ud Patrick
C. Calhouu, ruuuiug through a
series of years, which they are
anxious to have amicably adjusted.
Now, therefore, it.is agreed by and
oetween the said John C. Calhoun
and Patrick Calhoun that such
matters shall be and hereby are
referred to M. C. Butler for final
and complete adjustment. All
settlement between said parties
d award shall >>.< made by said
Butler at tba. earliest praotioeb
706, 708 and 710 BROA]
ind other makes of
Sew Upright Pianos,
i>150 and Upwards.
3tock of Secoud
aand Pianos and Or
gans always on hand.
Pianos from $25.00 to
5100.00. Organs from
I China (
I Book i
706, 708 and 71C
time for and iu favor of each parly,
showing the amounts due to or by
"It is further agreed by saul
parties that each party as prompt
ly as possible furnish to said Butler
all books, papers and documpnts
and memoranda relating to or
bearing on their joint transactions,
and that each of said parties shall
have access to said books, papers,
memoranda and documents in the
hands of said Butler for the pur
pose of making up respective
statements to be submitted to him
for adjustment and award.
"To facilitate the,. ... prP*flnk
adjustment of. the difference be
tween John C. Calhoun and Patrick
C. Calhoun the said M. C. Butler,
referee, shall treat each distinct
piece of business in which the
said John C. Calhoun and Patrick
C. Calhoun were engaged in as a
separte cause of dispute and settle
ment to be final and conclusive
upon the pai l ies hereto, and with
out an app'-.'.l to either party.
The balances, however, found in
each transaction to be taken into
account in the final reckoning and
"Each party shall have the right
to introduce evidence in support
aud defence of his respective
claims and demands, and the said
M. C. Butler, referee, shall be
clothed with all the power of a
special Judge, as far as parties
hereto can do so, and shall conduct
this reference in accordance with
the rules of law, and his finding
shall bo final and conclusive upon
each of the parties hereto, and
without any right of appeal to
either party, and shall, when filed
with the Court in the District nf
Columbia, have the full force and
binding effect in every Court in
this country of a judgment render
ed in the Court m which said award
Look In Your Mirror
Do yon M? sparkling: eyas, a healthy,
}latea akin, a sweat expression and a grace
ul fons ? These attractions ara the result
of good health. If thev ara absent, there
is nearly always soma disorder of the dis
tinctly feminine organs present Healthy
menstrual organ? mean health and beauty
Wine ?f Ganissi
sukes women beautiful and healthy.
It strikes at the root of all their
trouble. There is no menstrual dis
order, ache or pain which it will not
cure. It is for the budding girl, the
busy wife and '.lae matron approaching
the change of life. At every trying
s?riais in a woman's life it brings
"health, strengt'i and happiness. It
?'costs jl.ooof i: edicinedealers,
il For advice: '.ti ca3es requiring special
directions, address, giving symptoms,
'* Tho Ladies' Advisory Department,*'
The Chattanooga Medicine Co., Chat- ]
MRS. BO ZENA LEWIS, of OanarWe,
Texas. am:-"I was troubled at monthly
Intervals with terrible pains tn ray head and
back, but hara been entirely relieved br Wine
DWAY, AUGUSTA, GA.
Mit S are uoiseless, light
' S and easy running,
E with improvements
complete | up.to-date.:Our pricet
uprising I the lowest. We
S keep a complete line
".losets 1 ?f extra attachments,
rw? ' i Part8> needle8? an^
bases, i oil for all maKea of
.obes, s sewing machines. ;
i Suites, E .
nu Suites, E
on Cases, E
ed and E
Tables W I BICYCLES.
ors, Etc. I VICTORS.
oe, I CRESCENTS,
Rugs, I STEARNS.
E Sundries and Ro
ss pairs for all makes of
illllimilllimmi Wheels. Our Repair
Shop ip oue of the
Finest in the South.
may be filed iu the District of
Columbia." . .
The referen WUP giv--u full power
to employ any assistance iu the
way nf ^xp^rt accountant?, book-;
keepers, or stenographers, ami all
other costs of the refer?uce incur
red by the said referee charged
equally agaiust the said J. C.
Calhoun and Patrick Calhoun.
It was further agreed that th?
referee should be paid fair and
reasonable compensation for all
his services rendered in connect
ion with this reference and award;
all parties recognizing in advance
that it wonld require pinr.h ^^^fyj
??Uli ?1?Dor. This compensation^
like the. expep3es incurred, is
charged equally to the said John;
C. Calhoun and Patrik Calbouur
The was signed the 30th day of
Ootober, 1897, and it is in accord-,
ance with the provisions of this
agreement that Gen Butler has
rendered his decisiou aud entered,]
formal suit in Pat Calhoun's
name.-News aud Courier.
$CUBAN OIL cures
Cuts, Bums, Bruises, Rheu
matism and Sores. Price, 25 cents.
For sale by G. L. Penn & yon.
Buggies and Road Carts of every j
description at just the price to sui',]
you at A. Rosenthal's, Augusta, Ga j
Weather for December.
Weather Observer C A. Long, of j
Trenton, sends us the following!
data of the weather for the month
Max. Temp. 68; date 19tb.
Min. Temp. 19; date 30tb.
Mean Temp. 46.7. .
Light snow 3l8t.
For Dec. 3.04 inches, which is
0.11 inches more than the 7 year
average for Dec. and 50.21 inches
for the last 12 months which isl
1.36-inches less than the 6 year
Bad Blood-Cure Free !
Bad Blood causes Blood and Skin
Diseases, Eruptions, Pimples, Scrofu
la, Eating Sores, Ulcers, Cancer, Ecr?
ma, Skin Scabs, Eruptions and Sores
on Children, Rheumatism. Catarrh,!
Itching Humors, Etc. For these trou-;
bles a positive specific cure is found m
B. B. B. (Botanic Blood Balm), the
most wonderful blood purifier of the
age. lt l?as been thoroughly tested
for past thirty years and has always
cured even the most deep-seated, per- j
sistent >:ases, after doctors and patent
medicines had all failed. B. B. ?. cures
by driving out of the blood the poi- j
sons '"and ??humors which cause al)
these troubles, and a cure is thus made I
that is permanent. Contagious Blood
Poison, producing Eruptions, Swollen
Glands, Ulcerated Throat and Mouth,
Etc., cured by B. B B, the only renie-1
dy that can actually cure this trouble.
At druggists. $1 perlarge bottle; six
large bottles (full treatment) $5. B.
B. B. is an honest remedy that makes1
real cures. T?test B. B. B. write for
Free Trial Bottles which will be sent
prepaid. Medical advice Free. Ad
dress Blood Balm Co.. Atlanta, Qa.
Reader, you can get the Advertiser
and the Atlanta Constitution, oneyea?\|
for $2.2?; Advertiser and Home and
Karin, $1.75;.Advertiser andi Weekly
News and Courier, $2.25; Advertiser
and Ainslee's Magazine, a high grade
illustrated monthly, for $2.00; or all
these for $3.75. Four weekly newspa
pers and a monthly for only $3.75. This
is an offer, reaoVr. you will not.likely
hav? again during this century. Apply
at the Advertiser office in person or by
'-. j^erfl-ffM?B!AN TEA cures Dyspep.
f ??$?%l ? Ria, Constipatiou and Indi
gestion. Regulates the Liver; Price, 25 ota.
For sale by G. L. Penn &Son.
.NOTHER FIRE IN AUGUSTA
'wo Big riants Burned-Total
Loss About $175,000.
Augusta, Dec. 26.-The saw mill
f ihe Perkius Manufacturing Co.
nd the Georgia Iron Works, own
d by the Perkins Manufacturing
lb. w?!re completely destroyed by
re, the origin of which is un
uown. It was discovered at 9.03
y a passer-by in the glazing room
f the lumber plant and spread
nth great rapidity to the iron
rorks across the street. It was
nly owing to the absence of wind
bat many near-by frame dwelling
ousfis were not swept away. The
otal loss was about $175,000, ui
ided as follows: Lumber plant,
?.eluding machinery and finished
amber stored in the yards, $125,
00 ; Georgia Iron Works, mill and
aachiuery $50,000. This does not
?elude the loss of many valuable
alterne, which cannot be dupli
The insurance, divided in many
ompanies, isas follows: Perkins
iUrnber plant and machinery,
54,300; glass and merchandise iu
'are house, $7,000 ; office building,
3,000; lumber iu cars in yard,
500. Total insurance. $65,800.
On the Georgia Iron Works, mill
nd machinery, $31,000.
By this fire 200 men are thrown
The Eminent Kidney
and Bladder Specialist,
.'ne Discoverer of Swamp-Soot at Work ia
There ls a disease prevailing in this
?untry most dangerous because so decep
Ive. Many sudden deaths are caused by
t-heart disease, pneumonia, heart failure
>r apoplexy are often the result of kidney
lisease. If kidney trouble ls allowed to ad
vance the kidney-poisoned blood will attack
he vital organs, or the kidneys themselves
weak down and waste away cell by cell.
Then the richness of the blood-the albumen
-leaks out and the sufferer has Bright's
Disease, the worst form of kidney trouble.
Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root the new dis
?very is the true specific for kidney, bladder
md urinary troubles. It has cured thousands
it apparently hopeless cases, after all other
?fforts have failed. At druggists In fifty-cent
ind dollar sizes. A sample bottle sent free
Dy mail, also a book telling about Swamp
Root and Its wonderful cures. Address
Dr. Kilmer & Co., Binghamton, N. Y. and
mention this paper. i
AT PRONTA?T'S I
626 BROAD StRE
out of employment. This is the
third disastrous fire in Augusta
Berry'i Flouring Mill was de
stroyed by fire Sunday night befo -e
midnight. The response of the
firemen was prompt.
A high wind was blowing. Flour
iug mills ar?- uot considered good
nskB by underwriters. Their his
tory is that where flies get any
headway in these mills the flames
The w' id carried big flaming em
bers around, but the firemen gave
proper attention tu the neighbor
hood proporty, and the damage
?vas confined to the mill. The loss
is total. ??? _,
. The loss foots up $100,000. The
insurance is well distributed and
foots up $55.000 on the mill aud
machiuerv ; $30,000 on the stock ;
55,000on furniture and fixtures;
ilbjOOO use and occupancy.
We have mauaged to secure the
best aod easiest riding Bu^gy f?r
the least money, at A. Rosenthal8
Cam pbel l's Restaura it.
Bakery and butchershop are open to
the public at all reasonable ti on rs and
at prices the same. Reai of Bank of
Edgefleld is the place. Give me a call
G. Vf. CAMPBELL
CHARLOTTE, N. C.
Elegant Apaitments iu Piedmonl
Most Extensive and Thorough
Courses in the South.
Hundreds of Our Students Art
Holding Responsible Positions
Notes Accepted tor Tuition.
A Home lor Young Ladies Dm)*
the Mij ervisiou of the Prppid> i
' and bis wife.
Young Men Furnished Suitubh
Boarding places at $10 per moutl
Students Can Ei.ter nt Any Time
School under Christinn Tnfluencef
D. M. McIVER, PHESTDDNI
BURNETT k. mm
We respectfully solicit the patron,
age of the insuring public.
Only the most reputable
and Solvent Compa- -
Mina. Ins. Co., of Hartford,
Home Ins. Co., New York,
Hartford Ins. Co., Hartford,
Phoenix Ins. Co., Hartford,
Underwriters of New York,
Hamburg-Bremen of Germany,
Northern of London.
All outside business will receive
our prompt and person
OFFICE : BURNETT BUILDING
See Our Life Iusnrance Conti act
before you Injure.
DIVIDENDS PAYABLE ANNUALLY.
Wi Self iert & Go
CH Rf s GRAY'S OLD STAND.
Cor. Broad & McIntosh Ste.
New arrivals of ?Jellies, Preserves,
Marmalades, and the like, at L. E.Jack
son & Co.'s.
ET, AaeasTA, SA.
80S Broad Street,
Furnished aDd Fitted in the
A trial solicited.
J. E. CLANCY, Proprietor.
CHARLESTON & WESTER?
"Augusta and Ashville Short Line."
Schedule in effect May 21, 1899.
Lv Augusta. 9 40 a ra 140pm
Ar Greenwood.. 1217pm 1130 pm
Ar Anderson- 7 30 pm .
Ar Laurens.... 115 pro 700am
Ar Greenville.. 2 55pm 945am
Ar Glenn|Sp'g3-4 05pm .
Ar Spart aub ui g.. 3 00 p m 9 25 am
Ar Saluda.... J5 23 p m 5 23 pm
Ar henderson ville 551 p ra 1 45 p va
Ar Asnville.700pm .
LtV Ashville.... 820 am .
Lv Spartanburg ll 45 a ra 4 00 p ni
Lv Greenville....ll 55am 4 00 pm
ArLauren3.... I SO pm 7 pm
Lv Anderson. 7 00 am
Ar Greenwood.. 2 28 pm 5 00am
Lv Augusta.... 5 05 pm 9 35 am
Lv Savannah- 5 55am .
Lv Calhloun Falls 44-1 p m
ArRaeigh.... 2 16am
Ar Norfolk.... 7 3.0ara
Ar Petersburg-6 00 a m
Ar Richmond.... 8 15a m
Lv Augusta. 1 20 p m
Ar Allendale. 3^10 p ra
" Fairfax. 3,25 p rn
u Yemassee. 4 20pm
" Beaufort. 6 20 pm
" Port Royal. 5 35 p m
Charleston. 7 30pm
Savannah. 7 00 pm
* Charleston. 7 28 a m
ft Port Royal. 710am
" Beaufort. 7 20am
M Yemassee. 8 20 a m
" Fairfax. 9 20 a ra
" Allendale. 9 35 a m
Ar : ugi >r . ll 25 a m
Close connections at Greenwood for
all points on S.A. L., and C. and G.
Railway, and at Spartanburg with
For information relative to ticket?
rates, schedules, etc., address
W. J. CRAIG, Gen. Pass. Agt'
T. M. EMERSON,
Tra tile Manager,
! le ?oip?nial j
J Rote] ai)9 ?esranrant, f
AUGUSTA, GA. ?
I 607 TO 619 BI?OAD ST*?W. ?f
= First-class in every reepect. |
I Trains pass Broad Street two a
S doors from hotel entrance. S
= European plan. Rooms, 50o =
I and 75c per day. Meals to |
5 order. Reasonable prices. |
THE HOLIDAY SEASON
?n addition to oaf usual gtockof Dry Gooda, .Shoes and Clothing
we have a beautiful lfne of
Ladies* Fancy Underskirts,
Ladies' Dress Skirts,
$1 to $3
Call and see them. Cheaper than yon can bay the material. ?
Beautiful AsseiM FANCY CHINA M &LASSWARI,
USEFUL A? WELL Ah ORNAMENTAL.
For Thi? Month we will give lome especially Low Prices and Good
Bargains in Staple goods;
CLOTHING reduced within reach of all-no advance aa yet in
WHERE DO YOU BELONG?
Aie You Wide Awake Enough to Use
20th Century Ideas, Or Are You Satisfied
With Snail-Pace Methods?
Nine people out of ten like to shop at the New York Racket Store for the rea
ron that they can select at will from avery large stock of merchandise, and
aestassured that every feature of Style, Service, Appearance and Economy is
duly considered. See how pointedly we prove this in this week's announcement
Men's and Boy's Snits. We have everything in this line from the cheapest
to the most elegant. Men's Suits from 3.99 to 10.00. Boy's Saitsfrom 76e tofft!
Stylish for Skirts,
Large Multi-Colored Stotch, French
and Camel's Hair Plaids, 60c to 1.75 a
yard. Handsome Silk Cr?pons in the
Cr?pons from 20c to 2.50 a yard.
Stylish for Suits.
Handsome Velvet Finish Venetians
and Broadcloths. Long Shaggy Cam
el's Hair in many different patterns.
Whipcord*, Cheviots, Ribijeurs and
Homespuns. Handsome line exclusive
SHOES! SHOES! SHOES!
Having indisputably and permanently established thefactJthat we handle
only the BEST SHOES, we merely make the statement that our Shoe Depart
ment has been greatly enlarged, and that all line3 of Men's, Ladies' and Chil
dren's Shoes are more complete than ever before.
Outing, Percalines, Flannels.
Dark and Light Outings at 5c per yard. Striped Outings and Percalines
for Balmoral Skirts at 8 to 12#c per yard. Canton Flannel at 5 to 10c
Several casns of Dark Blue and Mixed Colored Calicoes, at3J? to 5c a yard
Dark Calicoes in staple and fancy patterns,1 from 3%c to 6c,
The price of wool has advanced, but you will not think so if you will on'v
examine our stock of White and Red Flannels.. We have them from 12#c up
j to 333^c. . ,
Jeans and Kerseys for Pants from 10c up to 33^c a yard.
Laces and Embroideries.
Large line Embroideries., from 3c up to 33>?c a yard. . . fy
Torchon, Linen, Valenciennes, Cotton and Stlk Laces from I.X
[tkJ&OL li.-. ...? 1 - -."]""":
Many novelties in Beit-Buckles, Stink-Pins, Stada, Cuff Battons, Breast
Pins, Eye Glasse-*, Watches, Bracelets.
Any price or style you may desire from 50c to $10.00 each. This stock is
the largest ever disp'ayed by us. Don't boya jacket or cape till von see pur
line. Cut and finish the latest,
Just Any Old Store Won't Do !
Therefore come to the New York Racket and see the Shirt-Waist Silks in
all colors and style?, from 3?c up to 1.00 per yard. Duchessee Satin for Waists,
11.00, worth 1.50.
Blankets and Counterpanes, from 50c to 3.50. \
Velvets and Velveteens, from 25c to 1.50 a yard. Silk Velvet at 1.50, worth
Bugsand Mattings, 32x72 inch rugs, 99c to 3.99. Small Rugs SSc to 2.50i
Bleaehings and Lonsdale Gambries.
Bleached Homespuns, 5c to 9c. Lonsdale Cambrics,So to 12c Long Cloth,
' 02 to 20c. Checked Muslins, 5c and up. Pink Eiderdown, 30c, worth 50c. Scrim
for curtain?, 5 to 10c. Curtain Swiss 10c to 12c, Bleached Sheeting, 20 to 25c.
Unbleached Sheeting, 15c to 20c.
CLOTHING.-Our Fall stock is now complete and rt?adyfof inspection
Towels and Damask Goods. .
Linen and Cotton Towels, 5c to 25c. Some very pn?t;y Towels 20c to ?5c
Doylies,35c to 1.25per dozen. Bureau Scarfs and Stamped Piec.es for Embroid
ery. Bed Tickings, 5c to 15c. Damask for Table Cloths, 19c, 25c 30,39c up to 75c
J. W. PEAK,
NEW YORK RACKET STORE
We have opened a branch HIDE HOUSE here. We bay direct for the east
ern taners, and are in a position to pay top market prices for Hides, Tallow
Wool Furs and Beeswax. Your shipments solicited*
I BLUSTBIN & CO.,
B. SCHIFF, Manager.
632-624 REYNOLDS STREET.
Strowger Phone No. 367.
8TATE8VILLE, 1ST, C.
Sole Proprietors of the Celebrated Key Brans
of Old Fashioned North Carolina
Whiskies and Brandies.
Our brands are so well and favorably known throughout the
South that thej Deed no recommendation, as they are everywhere re
cognized as a standard aud high grade.
We have superior facilities for supplying customers with a high
grade N. C. Liquors at moderate prices. We guarantee absoluto satis
faction and prompt sbipmeot. . _
Send for price list and.descriptive circulars. Goods shipped sume
day as order received.
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W. A. TURK, G. P. A., J. B. HEYWARD, T. P. A.
Washington, D. C. Auguste, Ga?
S. H. HARDWICK, A. G. P. A" Atlanta, Ga.