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A COMPLETE STOCK OF FUBNITUKE, STOVES,
BUGGIES, HARNESS, HARDWARE, CROCKERY,
f PAINTS, THE LOWEST ETC. PRICES. 1 WILL GIVE YOU BENEFIT OF
MOTTTO: “Large Assortment, Lowest Prices Consistent
ith Good Quality.”
XV. T- JOHNSON.
Begins in cobwebs and ends in want. A Lazy Man will not
look after bis own interests and thus will fall. Waste brings
“woeful want.” Now, if you are on the alert and seek to
do the best you can for yourself ami those committed to your
care, you will not spend a Dollar of Your Hard-Earned
Money until YOU visit the NEW BIG DRY
GOODS STORE OF
MILLER & JOHNSON
Where you will always get more or better goods for the
same money than at any other house in the State.
Floyd’s New Building, Washington, Ga.
t. MILLER W. T. JOHNSON.
luslve of our Immense
i 3f Standard Drugs, Bicy
CD OO CD ■f we co era
to tell you in this small space
of the many things in our
Jewelry Department suitable for
Christmas Presents. We cor¬
dially invite you to call and
see for yourself.
V'HAMMACK LUCAS & CO.,
Dr. John Sims, of Leyerett, was
here on business Tuesday.
Mr. B. II. I vey, o( Goshen, was in
town this week.
, Mr. J. P. Elam, of Leverett,
■ town Tuesday.
Mr. L. P. Elam, of Red llill, S. C.,
was in town a short while this week.
Dr. W. II. E«tes returned to Au¬
gusta Monday to resume his studies
at the Medical college.
Miss Maud Bentley, of Amity,
spent several days with friends in
town last week.
Otis A. Partridge, after a
visit to his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Geo. W. Partridge, returned to
Mrs. T. E. Massengale, of Nor¬
wood, is spending some time with
her parents, Col. and Mrs. N. A.
During '.98 the IIo.we Journal
proposes to keep fully abreast of the
times, and improve itself from time
to time as our volume of business
* Miss Lula Humphreys left Mon¬
day to take charge of her school,
near Goshen. Miss Lula, though
young in her profession, has already
won a place in the front ranks of
Air. J. A. Arnett, of (he Metas
v(fie section, Mr. paid Arnett us a pleasant has been call
Tuesday. the Journal since its a
■ subscriber to
first year, and never fails to pay up
promptly when his subscription is
The State University will have
one addition from Lincolnton this
year. Mr. Coleman Groves, one of
our brightest and most popular
young men, left Tuesday for Athens,
where he will enter the ’98 junior
i Miss Nathalie Crawford enter
,i a quite a, number of her friends
Ly The evening affair with given a delightful in honor
of her guest, Miss Massengale, and
was immensely enjoyed by those
We regret to say that Dr. J. M.
Caldwell has an idea of leaving Lin¬
colnton this year. The Doctor, since
coming here has made lftany warm
and lasting friends, and has built up
an exceedingly large practice for one
so young in his profession. It is the
wisli of his many friends that he
reconsider the matter and decide to
remain in old Lincolnton.
Mrs. J. C. Wiiheit and family will
"'temp will for hereafter Atlanta Saturday, permanently where
side. In bidding Mrs. Wiiheit good¬
bye, the Journal indeed does find so reluctantly.
It is hard to a woman
more universally beloved than she.
influence has always been for
and her happy, Christian face
will be sadly missed iu Lincolnton.
Miss Kittie Perryman lias returned
from a pleasant visit to relatives in
Mr. 13. W. Lyons, of Augusta,
spent a part of the holidays with his
mother, Mrs. E. A. Lyons.
Mr. and Mrs. R. G. McGowan,
McCormick, S. C., were over last
week on a visit.
Mr. C. At. Perryman paid a
visit to the Palmetto state this week,
Misses Jane Hogan and Eilo Steed,
two popular young ladies of Agnes,
spent several days in town with
friends last week.
Miss Maud Massengale, an accom¬ holi¬
plished young lady, spent the Nathalie
days with her friend Misss
Crawford, returning to her home at
Dir. W. II. Brough and family
moved to Double Branches this week.
Mr. Brough came to Lincolnton from
South Carolina the early part of last
year and in his short stay here he
has made many friends who regret
exceedingly to give him up as a
neighbor. All are glad, however,
that he will still remain in the
One of the most delightful enter¬
tainments of the season was given
Tuesday evening by the Misses Glaze,
near Lincolnton. Dancing and all
kinds of plays were indulged in to a
late hovr. Besides this, a candy¬
pulling was also had at the same
place, which was hugely enjoyed bv
the young people. Sheriff Collars
and Mr. T. A. Norman were on hand
and rendered some good, old-fashion¬
ed music on their violins.
Monday Judge Remsen held court
for the first time in the new year.
Although there was a considerable
volume of business transacted much
of it was of a private nature, hence we
only give a part. 'To Ann 0. Crook
letters of guardianship was granted; Laura
letters of guardianship dismission to A,
Burch ; letters of to C.
Strother. Besides this one or more
road petitions were presented acted for
consideration, which will bo
Tlie Mews Suspended.
“With this issue the discontinued.” publication
of the News will be
The above is taken from the last
issue of the Lincolnton News, and
in concise and explicit terms, states
the whole cast in a nut-shell—the
paper is now a thing of the past. of
The News at one time was one
the most influential papers in the
tenth district, but the offensive and
unfair manner in which it assailed
the Populist party when it was first
organized drove from it many him
dred subscribers, who otherwise no
doubt would have cont niied will
Boon after this the Journal Com¬
pany was organized, and since then
it has been evident to the most hope¬
ful of its patrons that sooner or later
it would be compelled to fold the
banner field; of journalism phenomenal and retire from been
the so has
tlis success of the new paper. For
live its ’ mast-head has
been turned in the direction of the
“Dead Sea,” and after an eventual
voyage made an anchorage. Its sub¬
scription list was less than one hun¬
dred when it suspended publication.
Such is the brief history of our
once powerful adversary. May its
rest be peaceful.
A big line of wagons, buggies and
harness. Top buggy only $85;
horse wagon only $2«.
W. T. Johnson.
D ar-j Dress
Isn’t always the EX¬
Clothes generally look
don’t have to he—in
fact they have no busi
ness to be. We make
Augusta Tailoring Company, them to FIT.
C. 8. ATKINSON, Mgr. SUITS - - - $15.00 up.
919 Broad Street., Augusta, Ga. RANTS - - 3.50 up.
IVe want your trade and will deal fair with you. We handle
no : shoddy FANCY goods. and FAMILY GROCERIES, and
W e carry our
Fall Stock of DRY GOODS, NOTIONS, SHOES, HATS
and CLOTHING is immense. In fact we carry everything
usually handled by a first class country store- Our prices
are shockingly low. Give us a call and he convinced.
F. SMALLEY » SON,
am no, k - GEORGIA.
When in Augusta—
Don’t fail to call at 836 BROAD STREET and see one
cf the most Complete Lines of Furniture, Stoves, Matting, Rugs,
Shades, Lace Curtains, Crockery, lamps and General House
furnishings ever shown in Augusta, at prices based on the price
of cotton. We take pleasure in showing our goods whether you
wish to purchase or not.
Augusta Housefurnishing Co.
The Hour of salvation
Is at Hand.
Hundreds Have Been Saved
WHY NOT YOU;
After a two months’ torn- of the
Northern cities, affording an exten¬
sive field of knowledge and expe¬
rience, 1 am again in Augusta, at
BIO Broad Street;, where I will lie
pleased to meet all my old friends
iu and patients and all persons afflicted
& with any chronic or long standing
Ia eases Special of the attention female sex. given Consultation to all dis¬
A. and examination free, and invited. I
A A / write no prescriptions, but prepare
ISlI IPS jjjlj mv own medicines.
8 A. ffl. to 6 P. H.
Sundays by previous engagement.
DR. N. E. ALFORD,
910 Broad Street, Over AUGUSTA BKK 11IVR.
Next CROUCH BROS. DKUti STORE.
J. E. TAHVEE,
Importer and Wholesale Dealer m
iron, Steel Hardware, Nails, Cutlery.
Guns, Blacksmiths’, Carpenters’ and Wheelwrights’ Tools,
BELTING, ACT FOIt KY, CANE MILLS ANI) EVAPORATORS,
AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS OF ALL KINDS.
Agent, for Buckeye Mowing Machines and Rakes.
Broad Street, AUGUSTA, GA.
Do You Wear Shoes?
10 HE Si! too DO
Where have satisfaction? you been buying them? Have they
given you These questions you can
answer for yourself, dear reader. However, it
you, are not satisfied with the shoes you have
been buying I wish to make this suggestion:
Try me once in making your next purchase of
Shoes. 1 am not selling $1.00 $3.00 shoes for $2.00,
but I will sell you sl.oes for $1-00 and $2.
00 shoes for $2.00. The best proof of the pud¬
ding is in the eating. So just give me a Trial.
There are people in this section who know
what I sell. Ask them.
GBULET UUULLIj - - Tvcr^’ .A. U Lj U d JL c vriY. a
$ 16,000 $ 16 , 00 ' I ,
GREAT ASSIGNEE'S SALE AT- \
Consisting of DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, GENTS FURNISHING
GOODS, SHOES, HAT’S, &C. The entire stock of $16,000 worth of goods
mus p, p e closed out within the next 00 DAYS regardless of cost.
They must go at any Price. Remember this is a faonifide sale—everything
in stock to go. Don’t let this opportunity pass, for you may never have
iU -°H ier like it to buy goods at your own price.
J. ’ I). SHE ALLAN, ASSIGNEE.
Owing to the splendid Fall Trade we have had, it was necessary
that we get another stock for the
Our buyer went direct to the markets and lias just returned,
being among the first there. He purchased an immense stock,
ALL NEW and STYLISH PATTERNS
at a price the tariff cuts no figure. We are going to sell them
even lower than other merchants can possibly buy them.
I. C. LEVY & CO. J
Tailor-Fi~ Clothiers, AUGUSTA, GA.
LINDSAY S. ARRINGTON. LUTHER L. ARRINGTON.
Arrington Bros. & Co.
GROCERS AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
OUR SPECIAL! IES
Flour, Tobacco, Kerosene Oil and Lime.
Consignments of Country Produce Solicited.
903 Broad Street, Augusta, Georgia.
Mitchell’s Farm Wagons,
THERE’S i SUGGESTION
in the chilly SajX plain *
fw enough that the time for ordering
WINTER SUITS and OVERCOATS
has arrived. Delay, though not dan
i; 1 F gerous, is useless. Our line of Suiting
and Trousering—the goods which
have already met with favor for this
season’s wear—is complete and well
We are prepared to make from
I. BOROCHOFF FlGR. your selection a stylish, well-cut and
Augusta Cleaning and Pressing laultle«sly fitting suit for $15.00
illul 0vercMll „ t $12 . 98 „ lld
Club up. Trousering from $2.98 and
1121 Broad Street., Augusta, Ga. up.
Suits Cleaned and Pressed 75cts
Coat and Vest Cleaned and Pressed 60c ts
l’ants Cleaned and Pressed 25cts
We Command Success
—BY DESERVING IT!—
Our Customers are Increasing; Our Sales Climbing Up
We are Pushing Ahead as Never Before. With a Positive As
surance of a Bigger Dollar’s Worth for Your Dollar Here than
Elsewhere, with Our Guarantee of Better Goods for the same
money, or same Goods for less money than you’ll find in any other a
store Your Best Interests Surely Lie Here.
tun mi i hi puis in mis in
Men's lace and congress shoes all solid $1.(10 Ladies* Kid Button Shoes good $ 1.00
Men's luce and congress shoes good I. 25 Ladies* Kid Hutton Slmet* extra 1.25
Men's iaee and congress shoes extra J. 50 Lkdfet* Kid Hutton Shoes Ladies* Superb Shoes 2.50
Men's lace and congress shoes superb ‘,>.00 our $2.(0. 2 20, 3.00 are
Our $2.50 Genuine calf shoe in all styles perfectly magnificent. the Babies and Children
as good as any $3.00 shoe in the city. \Y«• never forget
Our $2.72 hand sewed Genuine cilf in all Babies Shoes from 25c up. Children's
styles is the same as others sell at $3.50 Shoes—any quality Shoes, you want. Carry Full
And now we come to the Ladies Shoes: In addition to we a
Ladies' Kid Button Shoes 75c Line of H its, Caps and Trunks.
Don’t fail to call on us. We promise beyond a doubt to save you money.
GREAT EASTERN SHOE COMPANY,
R. G. TARVER, MANAGER.
907 Broad Street 'J Augusta, Ga.
H. SANCKEN & CO.
Fine Wines, Liquors, Cigars, Tobacco, Pipes, Etc.
637 & 639 Broadway AUGUSTA GA 1
THE JUG TRADE A SPECIALTY.