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h. icefield Advertiser
TI'OS. J. ADAMS,.EDITOR
WEDNESDAY, MAY 10.
The flour trust, with a capital of
$25,000,000, has been completed.
Another grinding monopoly.
The biggest trust yet organized
is that $400,000,000 copper trust,
There is a metallic ring in that.
The tofal amount of the crop
brought into sight during the eight
months ending on the 1st of Moy
is 10,4G2,659 bales, against 10,635,
111 last year.
Thfi Dowager Empress of China
is to hold a grand review in Pekin
injune. Nearly 2,000,000 well
armed men will be under arms on
the occasion. It is more than
likely an opportunity will be taken
to proclaim a new Emperor.
It is hoped that the project jost
set on foot to build a new home for
Gen. Wade Hampton will be
promptly carried through. And
Edgefield, we know, will deem it a
special privilege to contribute lib
erally to the new home scheme.
Mavor Carter Harrison says with
"official, final and irrevocable em
phasis"'that hu is for Bryan for
president in 1900, "first, last and
all the time." He declares with
equal emphasis that ho would not
accept the nomination for presi
dent or vice president :l it were
Uncle George Tillman's idea is,
we believe, m the ripeness of time,
the redundant white population of
the north will gravitate toward
the south, by some ingestible
natural law, and push the negro
masses toward the tropic. This
is the peaceful solution of the
The kissing of the Bible has been
tabooed entiiely in the Courts of
New York State. Tho book has
been kissed religiously since 1776
by witnesses and there are well
authenticated cases of fatal results
arising from the practics. The
practice will be discontinued be
cause of the passage of the law
which has already received the
signature of Governor Roosevelt.
Perry Belmont believes in free
marriages, if not free silver. Last
E,-?.%4ojr- xi ~??m~CL& jraa, /mnGUgCP.d in
lute divorce to H. T. Sloane from
his wife Jessie A. Sloan. The ink
to the signature of the decree was
hardly dry before she was married
to Perry Belmont. She transferred
a house given to her by Mr. Sloane
valued at $550,000 to the State
Trust Company to be given to Mr.
Sloan. If he refused to receive it,
then the company is instructed to
sell the same and invest for the
benefit of the Sloane children.
We get some very instructive
"inside views" of the war in the
Philippines, says the News and
Cc rier, from the letters of soldiers
which occasionally find their way
into print. One of the Tennessee
volunteers writes to his brother in
this country: "I don't know how
many men, women and children
the Tennessee boys did kill. They
would not take any prisoners. One
company was sent into headquar
ters with thirty prisoners, and got
there with about a hundred chick
ens and no prisoners." "Nine
tenths of the army," in the islands,
it is asserted, "are conducting the
campaign on the lines indicated
in this letter."
Shooting Party at 1/onea Path.
Greenwood, S. C., May 6.-There
was a little shooting party at
Honea Path this afternoon in
which Editor Moore, of the Honea
Path Chronicle, was the shooter
r.ud W. C. Sharpe, a merchant
of the tovrAj was the shoot?e. The
trouble grew out of some reference
in this week's issue of The Chroni
cle to the affairs of the firm of
Sharpe ct Robinson, which have
been in bad shape for some time.
The firm failed this meek. This
afternoon Shape called Moore to
personal account for the publica
tion and the difficulty followed.
Sharpe seems to have been
aggressor, and had Moore backed
against a wall, when Moore drew
a pistol and fired two shots, one
ball struck Sharpe in the abdomen,
inflicting a serious though ' not
necessarily fatal wound. The
second shot passed through
Sharpe's leg and struck a brick
( wall, glancing and inflicting a
slight flesh wound in the leg of
G. W. Piusb. standing near.
Passengers on the incoming train
from Honea Path say public
sentiment is generally in favor of
Moore, and that he was justifiable.
Up-to-date Chattel Mortgages. Liens
Titles to Ke?l Estate, etc., for sale at
this oltjce. Do not ask us for "Billy
Sales,"*1 we do noe keep them now.
They are no good, having been rele
gated to the limbo of the dusty and
musty past, or rather to the "LIMBUS
KATUOHUM"-paradise of fools.
Gen. Hampton's Home Burned.
Columbia, S. C., May 2.-The
residence of General Hampton,
two miles from the city, was
destroyed by fire about 3 o'clock
this morning and but a small
portion of the contents was saved.
The general has been sick for the
past day or two and was sleepless,
and at the hour mentioned he
discovered the fire. The flames
began, about the kichen ai*d the
family had barely more than
enough time to escape. General
Hampton, being feeble, was carried
out by Negroes on the place who
had boen aroused, and then their
attention was turned to saving what
could be saved from' the burning
house. There was a magnificent
library of about 6,000 volumes,
some of them very scarce, but for
tunately most of the books were
stored in a building adjoining the
house, which was saved. About
2,000 of these volumes were lost,
valuable personal and historical
papers, which cannot be restored.
There was not a cent of insurance.
Tillman at Florence.
Florence, May 4-A reception
was tendered Senator Tillman last
night at the Central hotel by the
business men of Florence, which
was in every way a very pleasant
affair, and has very likely resulted
in the establishment of cordial
relations between the citizens of
Florence and the senior Senator.
It is trna that. Senator Tillman
did not come t3 Florence by an
invitation from our business men,
neither did he come here on official
business, but he came as plain
Farmer Ben Tillman, to inquire
into the culture and curing of
(tobacco, inasmuch as he has
launched into the tobacco industry
and expects in the near fu'ure to
be a tobacco farmer, s s well as a
United States senator.
At the reception last night very
nearly every business mc n iu the
city was present.to extend to our
senior senator a social welcome.
The senator arrived at the hotel
about 9.30, and for half au hour
he met and shook hands for the
first time with Florentines. About
10 o'clock the doors of the dining
room were thrown open and the
entire party happily seated around
the banquet table.
Before leaving the table Mr.
W. A. Brunson, a member of the
Florence Dar, called upon Senator
Tillman to make an address, and
he responded in part as follows:
me here today and tonight by the
business men and citizens of
Florence is as much of a surprise
ai it is a matter of gratification.
Things have not always be6n thus,
and I am pleased to know that the
people of Florence are ready to for
get past diffeiences, as I have
done. Some of the people of
Florence did uot want me to bfi
seualor, but I got enough votes to
giye me the title, and since I have
been senator I have tried to be a
representative of the whole State of
South Carolina, and sink all
factional interests that existed in
the best interest of my State.
"I came to Florence to learn
about growing tobacco from the
people who had given to this crop
i's start in the State. I find the
farmers here well posted, and I
want to learn from them, as they
have had the experience. The day
ofjcoftou has nearly passed, and I
and my neighbor,! m Edgefield are
seeking other fields of enterprise
on the farm, and I think our future
is tobe found in tobacco. I believe
that they can ly avoiding the
mistakes that have been made and
overcome by the farmers in
Forence, make a success of the
culture of tobacco in our section,
for I believe we have lands which
are superior to yours for tobacco
The senator spoke of his cordial
reception in Charleston and ocher
places in the State recently and
seemed to appreciate the good
feeling that now exists apparently
between him and the citizens of
the State. He also spoke of his
work in the national capital and
how he had been visiting through
out the States of the Union, and
what he thought of the future of
the democratic party.
W. F. Clayton, in reply to Sena
tor Tillman, expressed the pleasure
of Florentines in having him with
us, and hoped that he would learn
all about tobacco, go home and
mabe a splendid crop and ship it
to Florence to be sold on the floors
of the Florence ware houses.
To this Senator Tillman replied:
"Florence should be a great market.
She has the geographical position,
the railroads, and if Florence will
pay just a little bit more for tobacco
than any other market he and
every other tobacco farmer would
send their weed to thiB place for
Mayor Day and P. A. Willcox
also made interesting talks
along the same line.
SenatorTillman was given a drive
through se vera e of the largest to
bacco farms in the county and then
carried to Rogers's bridgo, on Black
creek, near which place the first
seed of tobacco wa? planted in
in Florence county, and entertain
ed at a first-class fish dinner.
Senator Tillman returned to the
city late in the afternoon and tock
hi? departure from tho city on the
7.45 o'clock train for Columbia.
Gen. M. C. Butler Talks*
The Augusta Chronicle prints
two interviews with Gen. M. C.
Butler. In one of these the general
says he favors acquiring the Philip
pines, offering the Negroes in this
country inducements to go there,
and paying their way.
In the other he is thus reported :
"Free silver? Well, it is hard to
say. Personally, while an ardent
supporter of silver in the last
campaigu, I am not heartily in
favor of making it the foremost
issue in the next. It has been be
fore the people once and has been
disclaimed and declared against.
Get some new issue. Don't drag
a dead horse into the ring.
"Not all the leading democrats
will now support the Chicago
platform, for the reason that a
man rna}7 want to be a democrat
and still not be anarchistic. Had
the Chicago platform simply been
based upon a championship of
silver and auch radical attacks as
that against the supreme court
been omitted, it would have bean
"While siver may play a minor
part in the democratic platform
for 1900 I think there will be some
new thing taken hold of-expan
sion, perhaps. You know the
country is full of talk, pro and
con, regarding expansion, and
democrats are divided upon the
matter, as indeed are republicans.
"Mr. Bryan is going around tho
country decrying expansion when
Jene/son was the greatest expan
sionist the couutiy has ever seen.
He is trying to make silver the
leading issue, but it is a qoest;on
whether of not he will succeed.
"Who will be the candidate?
That is another impossible ques
tion to answer. Bryan hasa strong
endorsement, but he is too firmly
welded to free silver to be man the
if silver is not the issue. I think
Gorman, of Maryl?nd, is a much
stronger mau. He is an astute
politician and a statesman. His
recent defeat f ir the eenatorship,
I think, may be traced to Cleve
land's dislike for him, as may the
downfall of other politicians.
But dorman is a strong man
nationally and can do more to
dissipate party differences than
possibly Mr. Bryan can.
"I have left politics forever,
thaok God, but I think that there
is coming a union of the democrat
and populist parties, whicn
will both have their in
fluence on the platform of lb*
A majority of the ills afflicting
people to-day can be traced tc
kidney trouble. It sorvades all
classes of society, in all climates,
regardless of age, sex or condition,
The sallo1-;, colorless-looking
people you often meet are afflicted
with "kidney complexion." Their
kidneys are turning to a parslrp
color, so is their complexion. They
may suffer from indigestion,
bloating, sleepless, uric acid,
gravel, dropsy, rheumatism,
: catarrh of the bladder, or irregular
heart. You may depend upon it,
the cause is weak, unhealthy
Women as well men are made
miserable with kidney and bladder
trouble und both need tho same
remedy. .Ur. Kilmer's Swamp
Root, the great kidney, liver and
bladder remedy will build up and
strengthen weak and unhealthy
kidneys, purify the diseased,
blood, clear the comr'3xion and
soon help the sufferer to better
The mild and the extraordin?r}*
effect of Swamp-Root is soon
realized. It stands the highest
for its wonderful cures of the most
distressing cases, such as weak
kidneys, catarrh of the bladder,
gravel, rheumatism and Bright's
Disease, which is the won t form
of kidney trouble. At druggists,
fifty cent and dollar sizes. You
may have a sample bottle by mail
free, also pamphlet telling all
about it. Address Dr. Kilmer
& Co., Binghamton, N Y.
When writing pleess mention
Colonel Sloan for Governor.
The Spartanburg Herald has
launched a gubernatorial boom for
Col. John T. Sloan, who is very
popular in the up country. In a
recent issue the Herald says :
Col. John T. Sloan, ex-senator
and leading lawyear of Columbia,
was iu the city yesterday attend
ing the music festival. Many astute
students of the political situation
throughout the State believe that
by reason of his legal abilities, ex
tensive legislation service and con
servative vi?ws as to factional
State questions, Col. Sloan is emi
ueutly qualified to make an ad
mirable candidate for governor in
the next campaign, and in certain
contingencies it is likely that his
name will be urged in that capac
The Parrot in Church.
A parrot escaped from a drug
store in a Georgia vii liage, Hew
into a church where the colored
brethren were holding a meeting,
perched on the pulpit and, sur
vpying the congregation, obseved
in a sharp voice: "It's hot as
Some of the brethen jumped out
of the windows, while many of the j
sisters fell fainting. The preacher
Boughtrefuge in the steeple, and
was so firmly wedfed in it that
they hadto saw him out.-Ex.
Knives are Used at Saluda.
Saluda, May 6.-Yesterday about
dusk at Miledge Deloach's in what
is called Sodom, Mick Deloach, a
boy about 17 years old, cut John
Grice. Dr. Kirksey, who attended
Grice, thinks he will die. It is
not yet fully known how the affair
started, but it seems that three or
four boys were drinking and aftei
some hot words between Grice and
Deloach the latter went to cutting.
A gash near Grice's heart, about
foure inches in length, it is thought
will cause bis death.
Hammering' at the Tliusts.
Governor Pingree, of Michigan,
keeps hammering at the trusts.
That is the way to whip tnom
Here are are some of his latest
sayings about them:
"These are three of the evils of |
the trust-increase of prices,
cheapening of the quality of the
product and lowering of wages.
"The trust drives the small
manufacturer and the merchant
out of busimess.
"For the purpose of reducing)
expenses and limiting production
it shuts up factories and adds to
the army of th^ unemployed.
"The forciug of watered
securities upon the market is not j
the least of the evik of trusts.
"The ones who s iff er are the
innocent who purchase the
securities as investment, and the
men and women who are thrown
out of employment.
"The entire scheme of the trust1
is inhuman. It treats man as a|
beast aud degrades him to the
position,of a slave.
"The growth of corporate in
fluence is a menace to the free
institutions of our couutry.
"The trust wi 11 d i vide the people
of this country into sharply defined
classes-masters and slaves.
"Trusts arc conceived in New
York, but they cross the river tn
New Jersey to get a license to live.
"I believe that government and
municipal ownership and operation
of railroad, Btreet railway, gas, elec
tric light, water and other public
utilit?s will help solve the problem
which arises 1rom the encroach
ments of corporate capital."
vr to think "fe
male diseases "
could only bs
treated after "lo
c a I examina
tions" by physi
cians. Dread of
kept thousands o?
. silent ahouMhelr
Wine of Cardul has now demon
strated that nine-tenths of all th?
cases of menstrual disorders do
not require a physician's attonUoa
at all. The simple, pur?
taken In the privacy of a woman's
own home insures quick relief and
speedy cure. Women need not
hesitate now. Wine of Cardul re
quires no. humiliating examina
tions for its adoption. It cures any
disease that comes under the head
of "female troubles"-disordered
menses, falling of the womb,
"whites," change of life. It makes
women beautiful by making them
well. It keeps them young by
keeping them healthy. $1.0Qat
the drug store.
For advice In casas resulrlnr SDScld
directions, address, ?ivinj symptoms,
the "Ladles' Advisory Department,
Tho Chattanooga Medicis* Co.. Chatta
W. I. ADDISON, A.D., dry, ft*., tajK
"I use Wino of Cardul oxten il ve! y la
my practice and And it a most e xoc 1 lent
preparation for female troublai."
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
COUNTY OP EDGEFIELD.
In the Probate Court.
By J. D. Allen, Esq., Probate Judge
Whereas, Mrs. Elizabeth Charl
ton has made suit to me to grant
her Letters of Administration,
with Will annexed, of the estate
and effects of L. Charlton, dee'd.
These are, therefore, to cite and
admonish all and singular the kin
dred and creditors of the said
L. Charlton, deceased, that
they be and appear before me in
the Court of Probate to be held at
j Edgefield C. H., S. C., on the 25th
' day of May next, after publica
tion thereof, at ll o'clock in the
forenoon, to show cause, if any
they have, why the said adminis
tration should not be granted.
Given uuder my hand the 9th
^A^S day of May, A.
j SEAL. D. 1899, and publish
' .-v-^ ' ed in the ADVERTISER
May. 10th, 1899.
J. D. ALLEN,
J. P. E. C.
GEO. T. SHARPXON,
EDGEFIELD, S, C.
Prout Room in Chronicle B'ld'g.
I respectfully solicit the patronage of I
Raise Your Own Mules.
My Jack, .'.Joe Brown." can be found
J during the season in my stock yard,at
my bouse. A. E. BROADWATER,
EDGEFIELD, S. C.
Ternis : $4 per day, $2 for plat.
0f Always haye deeds and mor
gages on the Held from which to flnl
BURNETT k gp,
We respectfully solicit the patron
age of the insuring public.
Only the most reputable
and Solvent Compa
iEtna 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 Insurance Contract
before you In nure.
. DIVIDENDS PAYABLE ANNUALLY.
A full line of Heavy and Staple Gro
ceries, inclndingCountry Hams which,
although better, I sell for less money
than the sugar and canvass hams.
When I say heavy and staple groceries
I mean meat and bi ead and lard and
3ugar and coffee and such like, every
thing eatable. However, I am miking
a Special Spread this season in Choi*''
Paney Groceries and Delicacies, in
cluding in part in canned goods,
English Peas, Green Corn,
Columbia River Salmon, etc.
CRACKERS-The finest and best in
great variety, and something really
delicious, mouth watering in Wafers,
Pine Apple, Chocolate, Tokay flavors,
to say nothing of Iced Jumbles.
TABLE SYRUPS-I have some
thing here never brought to Edgefield
before. The finest table syrups, clear
as crystal, in self-sealing tin cans with
all the flavor, Pine Apple, Lemons, Va
nilla, Strawberry, Orange, Honey, Su
gar Drip, etc., only 10c a quart.
. Also just received all kinds of Jel
lies and Preserves. Ask for what you
want, if we haven't got it we will or
der it. Yours truly,
L. E. JACKSON.
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
DIfflEES A SPECIALTY.
559 Broad St.,
AUGUSTA, - GA.
Keeps ONE of the best and
Boarding - Houses
J Country friends and strangers' patron
age respectfully solicited.
To the Public.
I will sell Ice throughout the season
at the following prices :
1100 pounds....50c 25 pounds.20c
50 " ....30c 20 ? ....15c
J 30 " ....25c 15 ? ...,10c
6 " ....05c
Delivering schedules 7 and ll A. M
and 6 P. M. Parties ordering Ice must
order to be delivered on either of these
schedules or send to Warehouse font.
Tickets can be secured at my office or
from Jim Boyd, driver. Soliciting a
liberal patronage, I am
Very truly, M. A. TA YLOR.
THE FARMERS BAM
OF EDGEFIELD, S. C.
Stale and C?DBiy Deplary.
I Paid-up Capital, $58,000
SniDliis and UiMed Prof?ts,r$lO,000.00.
A. E. PADGETT, President.
J. L. CAUGHMAN, Cashier.
IPays Eight per cent, annual divi
Does a General Bankir.g Business.
?.Acts as Guardian, Administrator
fi and Trustee for Estates,
g Pays Interest on Deposits by spe- S
a cial contract. ?J
Money to Lend on Approved Se
Y0UR ACCOUNT SOLICITED
? ON BUSINESS TERMS.
BOOB gfOnaBBBMM txe?ir-j^ji 7agA?? |
PAQ?T?AWQ FOTRED- May depart? money
ri/jllll/lID '<>?. tuition In bank till position ?
. secured, or wai accept notes.
Cheap board. Car fare pa d. No Tacatlon.
Enter any time. Open for bota sexes.
Nashville, Tenn. rf* Savannah, Ga.
Galveston, Tex. ^ Texarkana, Tex.
^oT*! h? merchants and bankers. Three
months' bookkeeping with us equals six. elsewhere.
AU commercial branches taujht. For circulara explain
ing " Home Study Course," address " Department A,"
For college, catalogue, address " Department A4
NATIO i. kt -'j?iGttAL
Illustrations Showing a Few
of the Ac tiijl C^i3i Suc
cessful ly Treated at
MAUNFACTURL"A?J. KINOS CF SUR
GICAL M'PL? IftCES FOR TUE
OJKL Or DLFOH.T??T?ES.
? roprielors ?ul surgeons la
c-.arfc of tko National Surg
irai Institute ?nd Sanitorium
aro iv. il. Boland. M. D., and
J. T. RcHOUB*. M. D., who har?
been a! '.he'ieadef
-.UL- l:.stit .?.ion
since 1874. The
illustration! are ;
a few of
here for treatment. Splendid
success has attended the In
stitution In the treatment of
eases of the Hip, Knee, Ankle
and other Joints, Paralysis ia
all Its forms, Plies, Fistula, Fis
eases, Catarrh, Private Dis
eases, Nervous Affections,
Hare Up, Cleft Palate, Dis
eases of the
all other affections.
Any information gladly tar
nished en application.
Address all Communications to
Natitional Surgical Institute
ATLANTA. Gr ORGIA.
Crawford i Ct.
-Cash Buyers of
Hifles, Furs, ^Beeswax, Wool,
ALSO OLD METALS OF ALL KINDS
510-512 EEYNOLDS 'STREET^
ito to Ml OMS !
Ontario Yetennary Cote,
SUPOi) 0IJD DEQUEUE.
Office and Infirmary at
B. L. Jones' stables, rear
of Court House.
EJDC3-EFIEIJ_D, S. C.
I respectfully solicit the
patronage of the people.
t0F~ Will anewer telephone calls
Summons for Relief.
Complaint Not Served.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF EDGEFIELD.
Court of Common Pleas.
S. J. M, Cox, Sr., and S. J. M. Cox,
Jr., by 8. J. M. Cox, Sr., as his
guardian ad litem, Plaintiffs,
Mark Cox, Mary Cox, Wm. Cox
and L. G. Cox, Defendants.
To the Defendant? ^ark Cox,
Mary Cox, Wm. Cox and L. G.
You are hereby summoned and
revuired to answer the Complaint
in this action, which is filed in the
office of the Clerk of the Court of
Common Pleas for the said county,
and to serve a copy of your answer
to the said Complaint on the sub
scribers at their office in the town
of Edgefield, S. C., within twenty
days after the Bervice hereof, ex
clusive of the day of such service;
and if you fail to answer the Com
plaint within the time aforesaid,
the plaintiffs in this action will
apply to the Court for the relief de
manded in the complaint.
Edgefield, S. C., Jan. 20, 1899.
CROFT & TILLMAN,
To the Defendant L. G. Cox:
Take notice that the Summons
and Complaint in the above enti
tled action, of which copies are
herewith eerved upon you, have
been filed in the office of the Clerk
of the Court of Common Pleas for
Edgpfield county, ?D ihe State of
Dated this 20th January, 1899.
CROFT & TILLMAN,
rest : JOHN B. HILL,
CC. C. P.
Every Dog ? ?
* ? Has His Day
. . AT THE . .
N. Y. RACKET STORE.
The reason why is that it will rain bargains for forty days and
longer. Bargain Dog Days we call 'em, and it has already commenced
to shower. Dr. Bill Jennings used to say that the reason every dog
didn't have his day was that there were moro dogs than there were
days. This isn't the case at the New Yort Racket Store, for there
Every Day is a Bargain Day
And we don't keep anything else but bargains, for instance in New
Spring Goods ere shown, all over the stoie, the story of brilliant suc
cess in the right collection of New Goods. Each department is brim
ful of the best and most beautiful ; and the most pleasing feature of
all is the prices, which open the pocket book with the magic key of
economy. For an
Illustration of This Truth
Glance over the following brief out interesiDgt list of items, which is
only a drop in the bucket :
1 lot 46-inch Silk Warp, all wool. $125 Henrietta, our price $1 00
Fine English and New England Percales, from 5c to 10c
Fine Dimities, Ducks and Piques, from 7?c to 25c
Fine White and Tinted Lawns, from 5c to 25c
Fine French and American Organdies, from 10c to 15c and 25c
BestOaHcoes at 5cj and Madras Goods at 6?c
Finest Kid Gloves, all colors, from 75c to $1, easily worth $1 50
Men's Ready-made Suits fi om $3 50 to $15
Boys' Ready-made Suits from 50c to $4
Underwear for men from 19c to 50c.
Ladies' Underveets from 5c to 25c
Hats for Men and Boys, many styles, Straw, Felt, Crash, a superb
specialty, ranging from 10c to $2 50
Caps for Men and Boys, many styles
Ribbons-Sash Ribbons, Trimming Ribbons
Laces in endless variety
Jackonet and Hamburg Trimmings, another superb specialty
Matting, Rugs and Window Shades
White Goods-See our prices before buying
Lace Curtains, Silkalines, Spangled Tissues, and other fashionable
Umbrellas, Parasols, Fans
And, last but not least, SHOES, SHOES, SHOES. Oxfords for
Ladies and Children, black, tan and ox-blood.
J. W. I* EA
NEW YORK RACKET STORE.
To Our. Many Friends of This County:
Our new and handsome Spring stock of Men's, Youth's
and Children's Clothing, Hats and Furnishings is now
ready for your inspection.
We have also a large and novel line of Ladies'
Shirt Waists, Collars, Neckwear and Belis.
We need no introduction to you, but have this to
say : We appreciate your kindness in the past and wilj
assure you the same courteous treatment for the future
Kindly Remember Us. .
/. C. LEVY'S S0H & CO.,
TAlLOR-flT CLOTHIERS. AUGUSTA, Gi
W. J. R?THERFORD. R. B. MORRIS.
W J. RUTHERFORD & CO.,
-AND DEALERS IN?
Lime, Cement Plaster, Hair,
Fire Brick, Fire Clay, Heady Hoofing
AJT\ OlhhK 3iA TERIAL
WRITE TO TTS POE PRICES.
Corner Reynolds and Wasliirirton Streets, > AUGUSTA, GA
J. WILLIE LEVY,
844 BROAD STREET.
High Art Clothing.
The Latest and Best in Hats. .
Shirts Collars and Cuffs-.Celebrated
Neckwear-the nobiest creations.
Underwear and Hosiery-the best.
Handkerchiefs and Suspenders.
Entire New Spring Stock.
NEW STORE AND CHOICE GOODS.
SOUVENIRS) ALL ARE INVITED TO CALL.