Look at the hat!
••Our Broadway'* Derby at $3.00
•*Our Special" Derby at... $3.50i
is as good as any at $5. Same
shapes same everything. You
don't believe it well, the ex
periment does not cost any
thing. Your money back if you
want It applies to hats as well
as everything else.
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Mr Ctoraoc* Whit* *i> started lo nil
tk* *»#*plr»d Inn.
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A SILVEK FORK ANO KNIFE
sto«td John Jo*#* lo H I P*u>
Tk* polN had bo 14** that th#y
mere catching * burglar *h*« <b*y ran
John Jonas. coiorad In !**t night. A
woman o,o*l Julio I** h#d J-hn nr
reared oo an righteenth section charge
•nd when John was brought to the
barrack* th* tt»u»! match o( hi* cloth
leg woo ndf ly an officer A flat tak
ing out * nolacellnaaoiM 00->nown of
thine* from various pocket* In th*
prtsonar's *pp«rat, a silver hnlf* and
fork ram* forth. The fork was of old
•llvrr of th* purori kind and had "H."
on the handle.
John after » Wt of questioning ad
mitted ibat the knife and fork belong
ed lo a Mr*. Roger*, who eondurt* a
boarding house on Wa*htngioa
She was **nt for and Identified the
The eighteenth taction Charge had
become on* of larceny from th* house
and Judge Eve will have a few word*
to any to John hesldea what Judgo
Baxter will tell him.
Find oysters of the season at Treylot'a.
DUeTo HEAR! DISEASE:.
-Death of an Augustan’* Sister-In-
A telegram was received In the rlty
yesterday from F. C. lioylaton stating
that he would arrive this morning with
th* body of Mrs. Boylaton. who died
very suddenly In a drugstore In New
York on Tuesday afternoon, ** told In
yesterday’s Tlmes-Uniun and Clttaen.
rapt, and Mis. It. O. ttoss. parents
of Mr# Boylslon, who were at Glenn
Sprint*. S. C.. were no titled by wire
of the death, and are expected to ar
rive here this morning. The funeral
arrangements had not been made yea-.
terdav, and It Is not likely thnt the
funeral will take place before tomor
row. A telegram was, however, receiv
ed from Mr. Boylaton. requesting the
following to act as pallbearers:
P. R. Wing*. W R. Carter, John P.
Baker, J. D. Shaylor, J. 8. Hartwell,
and 8. C. Boylaton. They were the at
tendants at the wedding of Mr. Boyla
ton a year ago last February.
The cause of the sudden death of Mrs.
Boylaton was heart disease, from which
she had been a sufferer for about a
year, though it was not considered to be
especially acute. She had gone north
for treatment, however, and had con
sulted with a specialist In Philadelphia,
for which place she was to have left
New York yesterday with Mr. Boyla
ton, who was In Philadelphia at the
time of her death in New York. Ap
parently, she was In perfect health, and
consequently her death has come as a
very severe shock to her many friends
in Jacksonville. The family has the ut
most sympathy of all In its sail l«>-
reavement .—Jacksonville Times-Union
The bereaved husband referred to
above is a brother of Mr. Reed Boyls
ton. of this city, and his many friends
extend gi£c,stre syfljjjAthjt, u —_
instinct or imros.
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tkatt mwsgMti | got red tkat their
1 path *as always *»*e my HI tie dog a
! to* terrier pop about ten gwtntha old, j
uhtrh was tying la th* groan, and
work bird a* it «m«t*d struck at ht.a
srilh tt» or toga Going to tk* dog. I
found that It held hstwean'lta twoutk
j and feat a count tkr tab fully Hedgsd '
bat not |«R* ah la to fly. I took tk*
I bird, gait* unharmed from Ike dog.
placed It ta tka bask, gave tk* dog a
lilt I* scolding areal my way and
|thought no more about It. Next morn-'
lug seated at breakfaat tI he*rd th*
rlntlettag of * bird outride * door
which open# oo lo • terrace garden
Tbla door I* partially g!*a*d and
looking through I aaw a thrush hop
ping about elm* to It. I opened th*
door and walked aloofly forward Tb*
i bird hopped a yard or an la front i
I retraced my atepa walking backward.
The bird followed Thinking this
might be a tprr* ixdnrldeae*. I repeal
ed th* movement* do did the bird.
It kept the P* 1 h (a »*r* narrow on*!
a* before unttl opposite the riep*.,
There It turned a right angla. and as- j
ter hopping u yard or two Jumped
upon a rose boah and waited a mo
Then It flew the atepa and
l>ept th* abort path which leads on to,
the drlr*. Once upon th# drive It*
rnurdh-wa* freer, and It flew a flutter
ing zlgxag cottrae clone to the ground.
The view to the left was hidden by a
high hedge of laururilnu*. but after
going down the drive about twenty
yard* we were free of thl* obrtnictlon
to the view, and there In the gra**.
about ten yards farther, and exactly
where t had found him with the bird
the day before. I aa»v my dog again.
I now undes ood what the bird want- j
ed and bolted for the dog. which, sure
enough, had hold of the name young
bird, or another of the same nest.
Again, quite unharmed, I took It away, (
held It on ro? finger, the mother hov
ering about, aud afterward* placed It;
In the tree.
The dlmanee traversed was about fiO
enrdK. ami the time from my first
hearing the call outside the dcor until
I reached the dog was at least five
minutes. The bird had evidently mi
si tied that the man who had rescued
Its young the tla.v before would do so
again if he could be called out. It
I new too. 1 must travel by-paths, and
It never left them. The terraoe gar
den ts quite on fenced and the direct
line was not in the direction of the
I might, to say thnt the dog had of
ten been corrected for its attempts to
worry voting rooks that had fallen
from the nests.
Will have tomorrow Norfolk and Sa
vannah oysters, first of the season—
SHOWED HIS SON
He Knew How to manage the Rat
All around the streets today the hoys
have been seen with the little rat traps
which arc given away by Mr. C. B. Al
A crowd of gentlemen were sitting
together this morning when the son of
one of them passed with u trap in his
His father called him and said that
lie would show him how the trap
worked. All the gentlemen stopped
talking to watch the experiment.
Suddenly there was a snap, followed
by a yell and the trap sailed through
the air. The gentleman is nursing a
mashed finger and the son is minus a
trap, but has the warning words, “Yon
had better leave that thing alone.”
First octets of the season at Traylor'*.
THE AUOUBTA liEUALII.
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Id ary nothing of th* d*l*y lo the
Th* on!*' thing th*l evmld h* don*
vraa lo eiH * rotipl* of the He* I* *»of
and I*l the hoc** drop about f»ft**n j
feet Into Ih* ef**k Mlo* Th* wn**r j
an* deep enough to •*** Ih* ail™*!
fr m serious Injury by th* toll. I**®"* ll
l« was bruised up n good dsul The
rider of th* hors* hsd turn thrnwn off,
before lb* Mlmal reached the tr**-l
BILL OF EXCEPTIONS j
Filed by J. H. Jackson Against Straw
ger Telephone Company.
Mr. J. Hardwick Jackson has filed *
hill of exr-epthuis again*! the Htrewger
Automatic Telephone Exchange. The
hill wa< Bled today. When the Rtrowger
company ptored their 'phtme system
in Augus.a. Mr. Jackson had. SO he
alleges, a contract with them to solicit
subscribers and receive a royalty on ev
ery 'phone put up. The company «*» I"
get $1 per 'phone and Mr. Jackson tl-kd.
Mr. Jackson went to work and solic
ited subscribers. Mr. Paul Ijingilon, at
that time, who Is concerned with the
company, and saw to the erection of
th* apparatus, poles, etc.. In the city.
Mr. Jackson alleges that the Strowger
people went hack on their contract and
allowed Mr. Langdnn the royalty on
Ij\st October Mr Jackson Bled suit
against the company. The other side
of the ease entered a demurer and
Judge Callaway sustained It.
Now, Mr. Jackson, through his at
torneys. Messrs. W. E. Jackson and
M. P. Carroll, has tiled a bill of ex
ception*. which means that the esse
will he taken to the supreme court at
the October term.
Mr. J. It. l.amar represents the
Paul Uourget Is publishing a new
novel hearing the title of La Ucehesse
Mrs. Burton Harrison has Just com
pleted a novel of * English society
ljfe, to be called “Two Men and a
Maarten Maarten has been making
a lengthy trip through Egypt and
Palestine, where. It is said, he has
been collecting material for the
new Btory upon which ho Is now at
Mrs. E. W. Hornung. the novelist.
Is living, and writing, in a charming
villa, with a vineyard, at Posllippo.
one of the moai delightful spots in
Italy. She is the sister of Dr. Conan
The lately destroyed residence and
museum in Leicester Square, London,
of the famous John Hunter, is said to
have been the scene chosen by Steven
son for his story, Dr. Jekyll and Mr.
Mr. Saint-Gaudens made a bronze
easting of the S.eveuson medallion,
■aud sent it from New dersey to Samoa.
The address was not clear, Lord Os
bourne saj'is, aud it went ou its way
jto Sydney, where the medallion re
mained unclaimed -for six months.
Then it was sold tq/pay storage and
brought 75 ccnt.% add who bought it
is not known. . . i
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I Mr Jrdin R*to»e* e«* of Booth C*rx»-,
IlM'a »| I*r>toi yow** farmers ts * j
lib* cHy today.
H n Marti* mmmMM l»*ll*y.
Mftotora titom •*•. of Wla* o* I
I la as tb* PlMiers
A. M Aror-ld and R K H*d*M. of,
N*» irak •la . pro»l»*kl ta*rrl»Mt*.
I are at Ih* Pi**t*rm
I ff A if ultra rape***** log 'to Hat*-,
II it on Hu«r romp*** of IlMtoßu*.
O '# *1 th* P(**t*r*.
Mlaa M«sru lamia* Pudnc. who ha*
to u vtailing M.m Marnl* C«*«roye.
J ha* r*tsm»<i to h*r horn* l* Bat**- j
Mr Robert Jenklna of Re*«forl U j
|l* th* cby. ll* will to co#n*rt*d with,
the Mrir-nollui* IneurMc* rot»p*oy j
! I* thl* city.
j The f I low In* New Yorker* *r* at
ith* Arilngtc*' W O'Neill. J T. Hoo
per 8 0 Terry O K Werihrm**. B
T Mllto*. A. Arndi M 1 Jssauer
tn Ih# rlark's office Ustoy *** «'rd
* d-*d from Myrli* Ricbarda to T. H. I
j Btaff< rd for proprriy on th» *•*' side,
of Camming street Ct»nald*r*iion.
Mr. and Mrs Edward Brenoer ar«
Just as happy •* ihey can to on th'
arrival of a lovely Hill* bright *y*<l '■
girl at thHr home on npprr Calhouu
Mr Oeorge Brenwm, on# of th# moat
popular young men of Athens. 1* Hi th#
city today #n rout# to bis hotn* sftrr i
a plrarent visit to hia old horn# at Or-,
ang*burg. 8. C.
Mis# Carr!# lev Hampton, who ha* I
hem visiting Mr*. Foughner. of thl*
city, left yesterday for Atlama, wb.-re
she will be th* gu**t of th* Miss** Tay
lor on Whitehall street.
Asslrtant Foreman Jasper Reese, of |
the city Are deoartment. has bc-ti In ■
had health lately, lie toft this morn
ing for Harris Utfcla Springs Hl*]
many friends hop* that he may be ben
efited by the trip.
~7n OLD MADRID.
sensafional Statements That Are
Madrid, Sept. 9, The following
statement is made by an important
“Senor Silve’.a. the leader of a sec
tion of the conservatives, refuses the
government the support of hla party,
although fully aware As the difficulties
of the situation. He Is doubtless
prompted by a desire to obtain power.
Wc will do all in our power to realize
his desire with short delay. The coun
try will then see how soon the man
wiio is now posing as a liberal will
be transformed into a despotic dicta
Gen. Pclvnieja has handed a copy of
his manifesto to the newspaper men;
but the censor forbids its publication.
The censor also forbids its transmis
sion by telegraph. It is probable the
general Intends to read It tn the cones,
but It is certain the government will
prevent him from doing so and Insist
upon a secret session.
Traylor will have the first oysters of
the season tomorrow, corner Jackson
and Ellis street.
Mr. Leroy Hart of Athens to Enter
Mr. I/croy Hart, anile a popular
voting mao of Athendphas accepted a
position with vhe Augusta Electric
railroad company. Hart has on
ly been in Athens a Short while, go
ing there from Union £cint. He is an
honor , graduate of tiw» Technological
school In Atlanta. will be gladly
received in Augusta. ,
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Bmh suti* were filed by Attorney
IF. H Mil *r r*pr****:lag th* Au*u*
jta and B*\s’.nah railroad Th* aults
.are th* result of a* old dl*a*r**m*st, j
I regarding th* *s* of th* Auguata and '
' Savannah track* by tk* two roads
| mentH Ild
i Tb* A ugiota Hoot torn w*a fortD*i ty
[a narrow gang* and a hen th* *****
was changed th# Auguata aad B**an
nak ohJ*et*d. Notice was served oo
: the Augusta Booth*** at that time. j
' The plaintiff road allrg** that from
Beptembor 12. 1»M to July th, I*9* ,
j th* Auguata 8< uib*ru used th* right ■
of »|.' contrary to th# node* served
[on them to not do ao. by th* other,
j mad. and also In face of a ruling of 1
'the court In favor of the Auguata and
Th# Augusta and Savannah allegro
that th* Augusta Soulhern la du# them
j 112,000 for r#nl of the rtllx Th# suit
1 against tb* 8. C. A G I* practically th#
same suit a* th# 8. C. * O has leased
th* August* Southern.
NEW I’SES FOR KEROSENE.
Can Be Used For nany Things By
Kerosene oil la good for many things
beside* fuel and lamp oil. say* a Chi- i
ergo exchange. It should always to]
j substituted for soap In cleaning shel-;
I lacked floor*. Due a cupful to a pall- j
J ful of lukewarm water—hot water
Lpoll# the varnish—and wipe with a
floor mep or a soft cloth. After scrub
bing oilcloth. If a little keroaene Is
rubbed cn It and rubbed ry, the color#
of the oilcloth will to wonderfully
freshened and Improved by the process.
For removing rust nothing is equal
to kerosene. If the article is badly
mated pour the oil into a pan and lay
with the ruste dsurfnoe In the oil so as
to cover It. Leave for as long as may
be necessary for the oil to penetrate
the rust; then wipe off, and polish
with eand soap, or rub with balh
brick, according to the article to be
When your lamp chimneys are
smoked, a newspaper, wet with kero
sene. la much better than water for
cleaning them, and after they are
washed the same medium polishes
them beautifully. Only be very care
ful to rub all the oil off before using
the lamp or it will have a bad odor.
The objectionable odor so often no
ticed with lamps and oil stoves comes
from oil which is spilled In filling and
left to dry, Instead of being wiped off.
On washday, cut up a quarter of a
caks of soap Into the wash boiler and
allow It to dissolve, which it will do by
the time the water comes to a boil.
Thes stir in a teacupful of kerosene
and put in the sheets, towels, pillow
cases. etc.—that. Is. the clothes which
are not badly soiled. Boil for fifteen
or twenty minutes, stirring frequently.
Then rinse, rubbing them out in rins
ing water to wash out the soap. This
is all the washing they need, and you
will find them all clean and ready for
the blueing. The kerosene dissolves
Ibe dirt and whitens the clothes with
out Injury to the fabric.
Kerosene oil Is also an effective rem
edy for burns-M’ully equal to linseed
oil. It contains the remedial qualities
of vaseline, but Is a much less sooth
ing application and the odor ia, of
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aqusr Ha *sh*d ttari Marakal Irvin
go **d arrast Wallarv as to ro*m*4
*o( Id know that tk* dot had taka*
Sheriff fallawar took chart* of Mr
Hsrr*v aad plscvd bi*> under guard
and 'id kept It a ao *v*r sioc*.
The rr*Hit*rzt trial will take
i place tofor* Judge Toombs Wedana
day tn.min# B*pt 7th. Messrs. Wynn.
Kmc Md Col I*/ havtag tov* retailed
] for Ito defense, aad Mr P. W. Gilbert
wilt represent th# pro**ct'tk>*.
I "Til* trsgr* and Mfortanal# death of
Mr R. D. Wall*** was a grrol akcck
to our aoilr* romaiuoUy.
I “H# was a* l*doririot»# and este-'Bicd
1 rit.sen who had many warm frirnds
amougottr people. H* trovea a wlf*
sad sff ehlldren. for whom our ct*m
munlty feels the deepest symraihy.
"The remains were burled front th*
Rapt Ist churrh Sunday *fl*rnoo«. Rev.
Mr. Orcss' rsmnrka being very touch
ing and appropriate. He said that th*
I deceased urns on# of the meet faithful
attendants on religions **rv'rf* strung
jail h!s members: that he mud# an
i earnest effort to live up to lh« 'each
i ing* of the Bible, and was an Indulgent
husband and father. H* paid a loving
trlhut* to tb* deceased, who bad mad',
j with the grace of God a heroic strug
j gl# to overcome evil temptation* and
jllve on the exalted plane of a Chrlst
j lan Ufa.
"The lodge of Odd Fellows, of which
! Me. Wallace was a member, attend'd
I the funeral in a bod* and narticipated
to the burial services at R>* grave in
jour city cemetery.
The most active volcano in the
world to Mount Sangay, 17,190 ft d
high, situated on th- eastern chain of
the Andes, South America. It haa been
In constant eruption since 1728. and
the sound of It* explosions la some
time heard at Quito, a distance of 150
miles, 267 having been counted in an
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Horse perfectly gentle and trap in
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Miss Cason of Augusta is visiting
the family of Mr. J. B. Jones, two
miles south of town. Washington
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