Ballard & Atkinson, Proprietors.
L F a stwihs &. B10« 9
47 Whitehall Street,
ATLANTA, GA. \
Just In Reach!
What? Why our Splendid New Bargains
and Exclusive Styles f or the
1886 FALL AND WINTER 1887.
REPRESENTING THE MOST COMPLETE LINES OF
Millinery, T\otion«, Fancy Goods.
ttWSE KEEPtSe GSSBS,
Underwear, Hosiery, Neckwear and Cloaks
Ever offered or shown under one roof in the Southern States.
WICKER i CD'S
Home of Fashion and Temple of Economy
Mu 'all’ k"f materialsfor’fancy ’work. Fine hue Boys and
Oi w 8 of SIILLINERY GOODS in the city, showing everything new in
WICKES St Co.- Aug»«t»- «»■
I. c. LEVY'S
Great Tailor Fit Clothing Store.
The largest and’best stock of CLOTHING AND HATS n Augusta. A
Tailor in the store to make alterations needed free of charge.
I. C. LEVY,
S3© Broad Street, Augusta, Ga.
OUR stock is now complete in every department, and casual or careful inspection will show
it to be the handsomest and best assorted ever shown in this section.
In announcing that we are thoroughly prepared for the Fall Trade, we twill not go into de
scriptive details about the goods, but simply say that everything Novel, Elegant and Fashion
able'in the Drv Goods Line can be seen on our counters and shelves. The stock includes every
thing from low-priced, substantial goods to the very finest manufactured at home and abroad.
We give a standing unqualified guarantee on prices against every market in the United States,
and anyone who doubts our do this is earnestly requested to put the matter to a
practical test Every guarantee we offer will be fully maintained. Whether you are ready to
purchase at present or not, we cordially invite you to call and examine the stock.
Samples sent on application. In ordering goods or samples, please specify the kind of goods
desired and w hether the nearest we have will do if we have not the exact thing ordered.
BAH & MKTMJS,
Broad ar d Ellis Street*, Augusta, Ga,
Tit ©Aft 0t
627 and 629 Broad St
e» THE EUROPEAN PEAJt ?
For Ladies and Gentlemen.
Home-like and attractive, just in the midst of the great trade centre of the
city. We also have lodging in connection with the Bar and Restaurant.—
You are expected to stop with us while in the city.
Moss & Johnston, Prop’trs.
THE COLUMBIA SENTINEL
“Wisdom, Justice and Moderation.”
HARLEM, GA., - THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 25. 188(1.
WHAT IS BEING DONE IN AND
SQUIBS CAUGHT ON THE FLY BY SENTINEL
REPORTERS —NEWS OF THE COUNTY CON
—Coughs and colds are on a boom.
—Summer seems inclined to
—We hope the editors will not be
—lt is full late to sow oats, wait
until February Ist.
—Mr. Wave Ballard spent Wednes
day of last week with the Sentinel.
—Mr Gredig, of Knoxville, Tenn.,
visited friends here last week.
—Mrs. A. J. A.vary, Jr., visited her
sister, Mrs. O. Hardy, here last week.
—Every dollar invested in printer’s
ink pays a substantial dividend. Try
—My house is for sale or rent. Ap
ply early. Cheap for cash.
W. S. Atkinson.
—We regret to learn of the
continued illness of Miss Mildred
—Our farmers seem to be in a crip
pled condition, the result of planting
too much cotton.
—Mr. Chas. Peeples, of Blackville,
S. C., is on a visit to his brother, Dr.
D. L. Peeples, of this place.
—Now is a good time to save all
the manure and prepare your com
post heaps for next year’s crop.
—NVe regret to learn of the feeble
condition of little Pearl, only son of
Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Quinn.
—lt will pay you to speak to the
people through the columns of the
Sentinel. Think of this, business
—Texas and Tennessee R. P. Oats
on hand at Augusta prices, at A. L.
Hatcher & Co’s.
—No paper in tne State can boast
of less home advertising patronage
than the Sentinel.
—Miss Biddie Hataway of High
Shoals, is on a visit to the family of
Mr. Newnan Hicks.
—The atmostphere is heavily
laden with the perfume of orange
—Mr. L. F.Verdrey, of Augusta, is
spending several days with bis parents
here this week.
—Messrs C. C. Clark and 11. A.
Cook were in Augusta on Tuesday of
—Mr. NV. S. Lazenby is busily
engaged at this time fitting up the
McKenzie place preparatory to move
-—Mrs. Samuel M. Jackson, of
Berzelia,spent the day in Harlem last
—Every variety of groceries, hard
ware, crockery and tinware at prices
TO COMPETE WITH ANY MARKET, at A. L.
Hatcher & Co’s.
—Dr. Hatton, of Grovetown, was
called to see Miss. Mildred Dooly on
Tuesday of this week.
—One or two horse farm to rent —
fresh land—three miles from Harlem,
on Appling road. Apply to
4ts. T. N. Hicks.
—Our subscription list continues to
lengthen with each and every issue,
and still there are quite a number yet
whose names are not on the list
—No better time than now to invest
$1 in the Sentinel, it will last longer,
and give more satisfaction than other
Thompson’s Fancy at $515 bbl.
NV ashington Roller $5.25.
Extra Family $3.75.
At A. L. Hatcher A Co’s.
—We feel somewhat encouraged.
Our receipts on Saturday last, at
Grovetown were 100 per ct better
than at Luke’s Store, Dunn’s Chappel
and Morrow’s combined.
—Come up friends ami sustain
i your county paper, a little
I cash to run a newspaper.
Have your feather’s cleaned at
the steam renovator, on Main street,
at Powell A Hardy’s old stand.
—We learn that Dr. Thos. H.
Paschal has perfected his arrange
ments, and will become a res dent of
Harlem in the near future.
—Sickness the common fate of all,
is not regarded as an angle visitant in
whatever form it comes. An Million!
remedy for a cough, cold, or diseases
of throat and lungs can bo found in
Coussens Honey of Tar, which is
known throughout our broad land as
the only effectual cure for n cough.
Use Coussens Honey of Tar.
—Mr. F. H. Phillips, one of Co
lumbia’s sterling young men, is now
in business iu Augusta. Columbia
has no purer nor higher toned young
man than friend Forest.
—Cuffy does not take much pleas
ure in bringing out the “joana” cot
—Wanted—A correspondent from
every important section of the coun
ty. Give us the news., on a postal
The ordinary routine of life is often
up hill work, and at our best we need
all our health and strength to meet
our daily trials. No one likes to be
relegated to the circumscribed space
of an invalids chair, and to a person
afflicted with piles, such a remedy ns
Tabler’s Buckeye Pile Ointment is
—ls we continue the use of high
priced fertilizers, it is only a question
of time, and we fear a very short
time, when our possessions will bo
under the hammer of the “high
—Mr. and Mrs. J. NV. McCord,
after a stay of several days in Harlem,
returned to their new home near
Mesena. We regret to lose them.
Down south where playful breezes
stray among perpetual flowers, the
good people do not enjoy an
immunity from coughs, colds and
diseases of throat and lungs, for which
they find relief by using Coussens
Honey of Tar. This is the family
remedy in that section as well as in
the North, because of its undoubted
virtues as a cough medicine. Just
—Special attention is called to the
card of Denning A, Co., in another
column. When you visit Augusta
call on them.
—All parties indebted to me for
work are earnestly requested to come
forward and settle at once. All ac
counts arc now due. Corn, fodder,
peas and cotton seed taken in pay
ment when it is not convenient to pay
W. S. Atkinson.
—Mr. J. D. Rabun, a member of
Reedy Creek Church, is attending the
high school at this place with the
view of preparing himself for the
This would be a comparatively happy
world if everybody knew the virtues of
SMITH’S BfLE BEANS as a family
medicine, and acted upon that know
ledge. One half the misery of the world
comes from ailments which arise from
a bad stomach or a bad liver. Chiefest
among these are dyspepsia, biliousness,
sick headache and Neuralgia.
BILE BEANS will cure all of these,
besides all miasmatic diseases. Dose:
—Friend Hardy added new laurels
to his reputation as an auctioneer on
Saturday night last.
—ln traveling through the country
we find many farmers who are dis
posed to wait until after Christmas to
Now, that rain has come, a little
work on some of the roads leading to
Harlem would be appreciated by the
—CATARRH CURED, health and
sweet breath secured, by Shiloh’s I
Cattarrh Remedy. Price 50 cents.
Nasal Injector free. For sale by Dr. I
W. Z. Holliday, Harlem and Clark
Bros., Dearing, Ga.
—The many friends of Mr. F. H.
Powell will be glad to learn that his
health has Jgreatly improved since ,
moving to his plantation.
—Friend Matt, is awaiting other
clients, but prefers that in future
cases there should bo no benches In
—Special attention is called t the
notice found elsewherd of a one or
two horse farm to rent.
—THAT HACKING COUGH can
be so quickly cured by Shiloh's Cure.
Wo guarantee it. For sale be Dr.
i NV. Z. Holliday, Harlem and Clarke
Bros., Dearing, Ga.
—The ladies of the Baptist Church
at Grovetown will meet at the church
on next Sabbath evening for the pur
pose of organizing a Ladies' Mission
An effort is being made to enclose
the cemetery at Silver Run Church.
This is a step in the right direction
and should bo pushed forward to
—SLEEPLESS NIGHTS, made
miserable by that terrible cough.
Shiloh's Cure is the remedy for
you. For sale by Dr, W. Z. Holliday,
Harlem and Clark Bros., Dearing Ga.
—Our genial friend, Mr James I.
Phillips, has been improving bis
place near Harlem by erecting an
elegant barn. He is numbered
among our most energetic and thor
—The change of the Thomson
road, recommended by the last
Grand Jury, causing that road to in
tersect with the Wrightsboro road at
Grovetown, would be of groat practi
cal benefit to citizens living iu that
section of the county.
—CROUP, WHOOPING COUGH
and Bronchitis immediately relieved
by Shiloh's Cure. For sale by Dr.
NV. Z. Holliday, Harlem and Clarke
Bros., Dearing, Ga.
—There is not such a boom in the
cross tie business this season as
Wo regret exceedingly the illness
of little Tommie, son of Mr. and Mrs.
NV. NV. Hamilton, of the Grovetown
neighborhood. We hope for his
—WILL YOU SUFFER with
Dyspepsia and Liver Complaint ?
Shiloh’s Vitalizer ts guaranteed to
cure you. For sale by Dr. W. Z.
Holliday, Harlem and Clarke Bros.,
—Many thanks to those who have
remembered the Si:NTiNE<sin settling
up. Let the good work go on.
—For lame back, side or chest, use
Shilon’s Porous Planter. Price 25
cants. For sale by Dr. NV. Z. Holli
day, Harlem and Clarke Bros., Dear
—We noticed a few days ago at
the homo of Mr. Louis Connell, of
McDuffie county, some of the finest
hogs we have seen anywcrc this sea
son. Ho not only has the hogs but
corn to feed them, judging from his
well filled crib.
—Augusta Evening News: Rev. E.
R. Carswell, Jr., and eminent Baptist
minister, is preaching a series of ser
mons in Elberton to crowded houses.
He had been preaching in Bowman
for a week previous and has done
great good for the cause.
SHILH’S COUGH and consump
tion Cure is sold by us on a guaran
tee. It curs Consumption. For sale
by Dr. W. Z. Holliday, Harlem and
Clarke Bros., Dearing, Ga.
A full meeting of the lazy club,
with a reporter thrown in, met on
Main street, at headquarters, on
Monday evening. In all probability
it was the last regular meeting of the I
season, as some of the prominent
members are soon to move away and
engage in pulling the bell line over a
mule or some other animal. Success
to you, gentlemen, and when the au
tumn leaves of 1887 begin to fall
may you be able to report an abund
—SHILOH’S VITALIZER is what
you need for Constipation, Loss of
Appetite, Dizziness and all symptoms
of Dyspepsia. Piice 10 and 75 cents
per bottle. For sale by Dr. W. Z. i
Holliday, Harlem and Clarke Bros., I
Terms, $1 A Year In Advance.
WM MULIIERIN & CO-
This popular shoo firm have been
doin such a large business that they
sold their first stock of boots, shoes
and hats for tall and winter. Seeing
the steady and constantly increasing
tra%> tt'vy ordered largely to meet
the wants of the trade. The good
people of Columbia 6'oufity infi) AoW
rely on getting tiro best class of sfioej
and hats from W. At Go*Q
at the lowest prices.
The rule of this firm to make largo
sales at small profits is popular with
the people and wo ask our readers to
call on them for genuine bargnMMk-
There is no mistake abont Tuesday
of this week being a bad day for
hunting, it was very dry and warm
and the wind blew fearfully. Squirrels
on such days u usually keep well in
doors, and partridges are hard to find
ovon'with a good dog. Still ofie of
our young Nimrods, with old “Reb”
(poor old fellow) who is nearly worn
out, being blind of ap eye, lame of a
leg and suffering with a fearful case
of catarrh in addition io being on the
lousome side of ten years of age, a
ripe old age for a dog, bagged
five squirrels and fifteen partridges.
What a well known Thomson lady
has to say about steam renovated
Editor of McDuffie Journal:
Dear Sir—l beg space through
your columns to say something in fa
vor of this wonderful agency for reno
vating and denning feathers. Os all
the inventions of the age Iconsider it
one of the greatest, and tojthe house
keepers one of the most needed. For
years I have been satisfied that feath
er beds, particularly those handed
down from one generation to another,
held within their soft embrace the
germs of disease and death, and often
have I longed for some means by
which mine might be made clean,
fresh and healthy. This steam reno
vating process doos the work, and
does it nicely. My bed and pillows
were taken away to be cleansed about
ten o’clock in the morning and
promptly at 4 p. m., the hour prom
ised, they wore brought back, looking
so clean and new and with such a |
sweet refreshing odor I hardly recog
nized them. Any one can come and
examine my beds and pillows for
themselves, and I advise every‘house
keeper who loves clean beds to take
advantage of this steam process and
have her feathers renovated, she will
never regret it. (Signed.)
E. Edith Hardaway,
Stockton Place, Thomson, Ga.,
Nov. 17th, 1885.
To Owners of Buggies.
[TAINT your Bugsy and make it look almost
1 u» good an new. Linn than 11 will do
the job. (,‘onm nod ncu the now Paint and
Varninh combined. One oeat in all that in ne
ci HHiuy. No Vuininhiiig. The Paint leaven a
brilliant glo-n. Wo have Bavkn Black, Bril
liant Vermillion, Gurnet and Coach Green.
BEALL A DAVENPOBT,
Drug., 012 Broad Straet.
A CUE AJ* preparation of Cantor Oil, for
growing Axles. Castor Oil is known to
be the best Axie Grease on earth. Ita expen-
HivenesM deters many from using it. Cantouinm
meets a long-b It want. Cheap, only $1 a gal
lon. Also th* best Engine Oil on earth, only
50 cents a gallon.
BEALL A DAVENPORT,
Drugn, 012 Broad Htreot.
Tar and Cherry,
WE confidently recommend thin article
for Conghn. It will cure the whole
family Why miner with a Cough, when you
can get Tab and Ckebht, Made only by an.
I’leanant to take, 25 cento and 11 bottfea.
BEALL A DAVENPORT,
Drugn, 812 Broad Street.
For sale in Harlem at the
live Drug Stores of Dr. D. L/
Peeples and Dr. W. Z. Holliday
Try this simple cough syrup?
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