_ jt ... **
*4 Ifrm* «*ffM I
ft|%p ffijfcy* *# ft*rj H|p **4 * ***•
Urmpf m*mm (Nl l%* 9**# INdl *MI %**%*"•
IP# *Mm§id Mp 4
flta* *■** fH*«imyi4t Hi fW*&*4
Ip* «>*>•%* 4*.
HiHP f-TT * mi»i tt# *B*id>* |Pt4 aod
(M "%«4 ftdl» WMWttl Wdt _
4*4 IH» dwf H* 9mm *9m9m l **
m si% m #-* Hi inrli * * «**«..*# (Tt PMfiW*
Am»P. mrn4 •*•# **—"• *••** *
tHitII <*f lift* IMBt ••Hi •••"
ah.. ***• *f* ft**# **» ••* «#
Jm' mw» ••*•»• *-«* »■** •*•
(WfIMM iJrt f *sstst-
YW l**f *4 lift* ••*»**•* prtiMMftP'
*7 VI7 n**t »m» UN* *#m *•**-*
M IH IniMWftfftM * _ w>^
ink' nltfMf H«#»t '• ••»•!•* !**•
f«*yi IfliM mifilf Ml## iNWTwHH, J®**»
Mmm H«*raa. Mm» r *r*.
Ill#* MD>«» Mi** W*t;ftf f*w»fcfcaw»*
jptpe %v t hh. Mini l/na •%*»?** Ho* ItSa*
*HN MW **•*. »»iw-
Hi*# 1/rPbirl, Hft# A*»l»** Hit"
Hl*# Im%lttaam Ml#* H «■*•*»**•. MMP» Ml*
c!m4. Mt*# d'A**tid** r . MM® Mfc*»
Htipar. Mr Will rum. Mr Will Watd*
i*« Hr M fl. RM|r!) Mr CHiHm
\% >u»«tw Hr will lift) Mr
Wb»t\ Mr THmm* MHMt. M» J«**a
Mr Rarard C»*4*rfl Mr IW
mmr MHlrr Mr PVHIilf Walla**. Mr.
Kar*«». Mr n»it. Mr.
M«Pr> hrnmm. Mr Paul Mr
f*#a- rtr# J»< k*n. Mr. Httfh M irrtr Mr
OfnifTjf H#r**# hk, Mt Trmnk Mm**.
Mr J»mr« lv*i*l»tft dUptfoiM*. M»».
Miller ba4 Mr*. T. I* Hifft*
Ulift Raker'ii Studio
Mi#* Call!* Maker. Att«u*ta t tali*to I
ymmug artlat. bm» drrtded »« let Aumu*
». nisi*, and ha# r«tahlt«hr4 a atudl * f«r
nolda and Camp hell atrvet*. «h<rr iH*
I# prepared M» eaerute order a tnt 4e
iUftns u( any kind on ary material. In
addition t# deanninn. Mia* Raker will
aW<> take order* for painting* of any
Miaa Baker la eminently adapted for
the work »he ha* undeitaken. twin* of
a moat artlatk nature »nd ha vine had
the advantage* of atudy under her aunt
- the late Mlaa Mary Rccntft Ha' er—
te-*ldea bavin* alao had Inatrurtlona
under her unde. Mr. Janie* B. Field.
Atmnt** famoua at tint, who haa. by
the way. recently rtniahed a moat ex
cellent tiortralt of the late Mr. R. A.
of Mlaa Raket’a work aho*e
her to he thoroughly rompetent to car
ry on the w*»rk »he ront»*mplate* and
ihosi a marked ortglnalltv and at are
of detail that cannot fall to pleaae t us
A Re*retted Resignation
It Is a subject of universal regr.»t
itwnt the teachers and pupils of the
public schools of Augusts, that Miss
Cars Benson has resigned her position,
and will, for a year or two. rest quietly
ard try to regain something of her lost
Miss Benson has for many years been
assistant principal of the Fifth Ward
Grammar School, and has, by her un
tiring efforts and gentle, lovable dispo
sition, together with her marked talent
for imparting knowledge, greatly en
deared herself to all with wh'om she
came in contact.
Miss Benson has l*een one of the most
faithful and efficient Instructors In our
public school, and her 111 health Is In a
great measure due to the assiduity with
which she has applied herself to her
life’s chosen work. That her season of
rest may prove beneficial to her. and
completely restore her to her lost
health, Is the earnest wish of her
countless fi lends and well-wisher*.
Mrs. A. M. Boatwright has, at the
solicitation of several northern florists,
assumed the Augusta agency for their
flowers, and will tahe unlimited ordeis
for cut floweis of any variety, for so
cial entertainments or any occasion for
which they may be required.
The prices quoted by Mrs. Boat
wright are very satisfactory, and she
guarantees the flowers to be as she re
presents them. It will tie very grati
fying to Mrs. Boatwright's numerous
patrons to learn that she will still carry
on her modiste establishment, but, ow
ing to the Increased popularity of the
tailor-made gowns, will confine her
work exclusively to suits of this style.
niss Hay’s Kindergarten.
Miss Kddie May will resume her kin
dergarten work Monday, October 3d.
Persons desirous of Joining her class
will please notify her. at once, in person
or by card, at her home. No. 93? R*y
nolds street, s 5 that, in ordering her
materials, she may have some idea of
how much will be necessary for the
winter's work. Miss May has achieved
a merited success in her kindergarten
WMlk M* * %•» # •»**' * *'•* 9*
4# B%» tiiiifl•*»'*# «4 A *•''»'■***■
H| * i jiM |rt >n in *fc# MkM H*# ♦ »*##
fii* Mm MM* ‘ uMWS MM tat Wax#
Ms* | # • <tw« mit*
gMW: «i«M AtMM> tw». ♦**% at **M ak- I
»naMi taaMM *•**» tax* •**•"•*
fkMM M—** *«*» Ms** Mae* VM#"
pri'l Mm *ai>« iM« Mm t*«*»
MtM, Mm taut l AitawMac Mm •*wai
M*aM*. Mm Mwa* Mm M—mm**
Mm MMMt MM* Am*
M» «M Mi aam M aaMtM i t *a.
t> ft Mata*-* t * #-*t»ai A Mm* I ,
(Aim V A»*ar«i*« * W'lMaatiaA* *A4
fl tmi i «f MMaMMI.
I A aaaiMM* •# hmm* t» iaa*i Am^
(4B*Nl f* •*•»'!• «t *# * |fli ft4* ftft Wkftl *
' H*« Hpli» mm ■- Hr«##•*!%••#
i Bn* k* H* Amammp* J*
j ft'Hilt' ~Tr* fV ’JuifHHR
M«*Aif ApfAj?-***# 0* <4 I**-
i # K-r-rr*- H v W%m*m Hi
,* * wot it <•... m % •
Rut Hi#* Nrft.
* HAM# k*aM«*§ fkH* •*#*"**• *' *•
#**•#*Ml* In* rrk*<i# «* H mßmmtHNb?
**p nlnt »HH (ft* / »
Bim fftiii H*Ni k*k •••*
: 41*4 •**#•• •"••41# •Rk B«4#itß##. Wp
: jimp#* HBHM ••pH Hi# B#* If##H fH#- k#
i-- Hr iH* In**** •%•••• iw*#*
*%•*<* k •#«•*.■
Ml## ImpbH## •*! *••*#•••• H
IfUw TVptrlr lit* t Mr tit ' ■ B*tt • *#H
* lMß#t Hr BW*4>HB HI Bfl
I Hr at! Hr* H|lt«*i M Ruff Wt
■ I *4#|T Rw- Mr Hiti'l wtlitrr kr#4«9ttAr
fr«» t* Wim. TVm«*
Mr W P iVa|H«« #ll4 H«* l**M
| Mr ##4 Mr*. CkrNH Hll»y## BV*
#B|*r«t*4 frwf» T«*rfc i«*m««rv «»•.
| Him* ABB# Hart** t* In Warrtli'#.
I Mr bH4 Mr* W»H«ir fftrlpti kfr tHr
tvrfti of Mr*, frank Hank. #
Mr «B<l Mr* K R. H<#k H##* !#•
IN RI:CORI)I':R'S COl KT.
THo*c That %mng Their little 5o«|B
Jatrini Barrett, colored. w«* l«efor#
hi# honor f«r Jumpinir «*n and off t
movinc train. He tuld m *i>#B<tlil t»l«
of * nr, how he *•* after norpe tramr*
The u*u*l S3.M fine *•* lni|M»*ed. Jim
THn*e of the colored Boldler* were
railed for dtrordeity conduct. K^naltuH
■ Tolhtrt wbii th * only one who appeared.
|He had been •*» drunk that the offi
cer* did not let him go lant night.
Rmanuel ewore that h hadn’t tteen
'drunk, hut wa* milour to away.
!and talked too much. He paid $2.50.
Walter Williams. Joe Hammond and
Henry Baker, all colcreq. were the
cauae of r riot call yesterday, and were
up before his honor this morning. Th *
evidence showed that the main trouble
was between Hammmond and Baker.
Baker started the fuss ami Hammond
I Joined in and preceded to chew up Bi
lker's finger. There was not mueh of a
I difficulty, so Williams was dismissed.
Hammond got $3.50 and Baker $3.50.
John Shannon, although generally a
peaceable ntgro, raised coin yesterdny.
He beat an old man. threw roeks at
the officer and then outran a deer. H •
had to pay $7.50 for his fun.
Ton women lined the bar Three.
Aurelia Powell, Frances Bell. Har
riet Mylord. weir up for violating the
ISth section. The fuss ''an all about a
man and the air was kepi blue for
quite a while. Every witness swore dif
ferently and as all the parties s *rmed
to want peace the cases were dismiss
Ella Glover, colored, cursed a ladv
because she asked Ella not to allow her
son to put trash in her yard. Ella pays
$5 or gerve 10 days on the city works.
THE OPERA HOUSE
Is Being Cleaned Up Todn.v, Prepa
tory to Opening Night.
Manager Cohen has a fotet of hands
busy today cleaning up the opeta
house/ preparatory to opening of the
theatrical season next week. Much
scrubbing, dusting and sweeping is go
FIRES IN COACHES.
C & W. C. Train heated When Left
This is rather early Tn the season
for fires to be built in the stoves on
railway coaches, but notwithstanding,
it is only the fiist part of September,
the cars of the Charleston end Westarn
Carolina train that left here yesterday
morning were heated.
THJB JkTJCBTJBTJk. HIniULD
* •*** mwim •*♦**••* I
* •*** mmhiimmi mi m f
#**"**♦%* HAMM* Whtl
w bh*#4 H 4 »•<■
t BMt M#ra A H4MI
Af%sf*4T A M A HURT
I A4MBMMH *#• Ha*auk*#- •Mpa SR. «•!
:Wi -**m* , »« M M *• M M M It ♦H
’ iii*4i»»i>i4 m •**• .
T 1 r H IHMMMMHI ♦* «a »« M n »* ft%
W*#4i SkJMMi fftmH H 94Mk HH4 «••#« |
in | ikAHii HR
441mitRf ..«•..*« AM w|
H m4at * •*"
i n 4mm i * t •* •* 4KSI *»*•
Tfcarrtij .. .. ** «• ».« MR # *»-•
[ THR H M M tt tt •• W !
* %iac4 mmmnrnm. shniifmrmth
fkain* >y|* •» PButfMmr-W*
HjUsniar tit Ml
* May •• •• •• •• •• •• •• •* M*b
[piawika# •• R'i
’ May .. •* •• •• •• •• •• 8%
i May .. •• •• •• h •* •• ST Hk
.He.eml.-r It* 4«
I PH diP-
t IT I.M
NEW YORK dWToS,
I May .. .. .. .. .. .♦ •• t.T* * ** **
I June —* | IH H
i |V'ember sss«
Tone- Hteady. Middling 5 13-14
NIW YORK STOCKS.
'Sugar .. »• •••••■ 134% TT7
IA. M. S l34|
r. b 4 111% in
t'hlcago Gas 104% 104
jleiulsvllle and Nashville . 57% 57%
Manhattan .. .. »«% **%
I t'nlon Pacific 31 31
Bock Island .. .. 1«3 103
It. 17% 17%
H. It Q 34% 34%
Western t’nlon .. •• •• *• 93% 93%
'January and February 3.04 07
February and March .. 3.07 3.07
March end April . .. .. 3.0*
1 April and May 3.0* 3.09
May and June 3 09 3.09 10
June and July 3.10 3.10 11
Aug . Sand Sept 3.11 3.10 1!
is-'pt. and Oct. 3.09 3.0* 09
I Oct. and Nov 3.07 3.07
Nov. and Dec 3.04 3.04 0T |
ll>ec. and Jan. .. 3.04 3.04 07
Galveston 7997 7446
Nee Orleans 4211 ••
Me bile 390 844
Savannah *403 3-’OB
! Norfolk 5 79 «•
I Loans, dr lease 6,77*.<00
i Specie, deer ase 10,411 ,*SO
Legal*, decrease 2,424.400
Deposits, decrease 20,4*7.700
Circulation, increase 6X.700
EI LIS RESTAURANT
Will Shortly Be Moved to Location
Further Up Town.
In about ten days the Plllls restau
rant will be moved from its present
location to the building now occupied
by Davidson & Matthewson. The
latter firm will move to the store for
trerl;’ occupied by Mr. Chas. B. Allen,
Some extensive Improvements w'll
be made by the Ellis restaurant people,
It Is learned.
Broad Street Store and Dwelling for
We have for rent a very desirable
Bread street store with dwelling over
head, which we will lease to responsi
ble party at exceedingly low price.
Will make alterations to suit.
WICKER & DAVIS.
Nunnally's Candies at Alexanders
« o*A*ty *»nr«u4«st
««■» A*Mt <■ jN#M *?•♦ *•*•» •*
» A »**•■<■ f *•» *M| fMMttWM
i M* 6 •»
j *• fsHVM#*M|k H**' '*■ * a* **• j
[*-«»•% H •■* iff* ##*»■% » ik* 9m mm |
f»# *H* <*•» *H»4* *~> «l a kNatftk «•’’ra* l J, M! ■ I
? HRpk kMaara #***ra* *••**•
tfk A*s••#*# 4IH a •"•■•‘•ft* 1 **'••• i
I |At# s*'•#• #*•#*• #raa# •#• §» •s••**••*
ißwwiißlßkt <H* * i*!* a**###. • t**M • ” j
IkiMpMNI • mm
I hhmmr 9m mnh H mmmm fwmmm
**4 »*>b# aa* m*m «k* Ha#4* |
(k«a Haak H<wßMrt ••*• #♦*♦
•urn- «$ it»* ohm mi w Mr u
| fra ahi h# •Mf’-* f*w» ■« * kk fiwah* ••
r w R*a mmrnm* Mft**"k **ak ■ * ll **a ia*'a
9* # 4r#% f» •■*•* Hat'BliMß *• #%••*
9M la lk**| Amo»« o*4 $ r *#»4»
| j,i m#« in kt*i riaaa c*miMtfi4ta» a*t*i *
Hi a* AnRH jfiif* m 4 Heart rT«»«»i
j nnrf an ,t «'h«i Ik Hl'»4ry. *tf AttCttsl*.
11rph/<hah Chur.h Record.
\l« !hi»!ia |si>ip%itpal • iiun h IVneh*
li» v. n I*. and R**v, K. I>.
IM»c#vere4 Hy a W um*«.
Anothar irrvat ha* tw*>n
<-r«an were undermined and death
aeemed Imminent. For Iht-e montha
•he roughed tnreaaently and could It'd
(sleep Hhe finally dlacover.-d a way In
I recovery hy purchaalng nf u» a Inttlle
<>f I>r. King's New Dtacovery for Cnn
|pUM>|di»n. and waa an much relieved «n
(taking first dnac that she slept all
night and with tin Isdtles has »<cen
•absolutely rnred. Her name Is Mis.
I ait her Luts." Thus wrll<e W. C.
| llamnli k « of Shelby. N. C Ttlal
Isittles 10. at Howard tt Wlllet's drug
|store. Regular slae 50c and SI.OO. Ev
lery bottle guarante«-d.
I The T.lfalr Guards. -Tin Telfair
I Guards held a drill last night, and tn
j day have gone out to the Hilltop to
spend a day or two In ramp. The
| guards went out to the Hill a >*
'weeks ago to camp, but the rain broke
up Ihe sport.
They broke camp and came to town.
•The Guards promise to make excel
lent soldiers. They put up a splendid
i drill now’ for boys of their size.
This Notice Is a Failure.
That Is. unless you take advantage of
(the Information you gel out of It.
| Hearing that Thomas & Barton were
handling a piano that Is guaranteed for
unlimited time, we strolled over to their
j warereoms and had a look at It.
The one we saw was in a burl walnut (
lease, beautifully carved. With three
! pedals, patent practice mute, folding
Tall board and full top panel swing disk.
Height 4 ft. 8 ins.; width 5 ft. 4 Ins.;
depth 2 ft. 3 Ins.
|ts tone volume and quality Is mag
The guarantee is for life.
Their "Nomlnul Price” pianos, the
"Harvard," Is a »u[eib Instrument for
A Valuable Spring.— There Is a spilng
neat Richmond camp ground al Heph
zlbah that Is of more value than most
people have thought. The owner did not
himself put any special value on the
water until some few days ago, when
he discovered that the spring was min
eral ami the water had a decided sul
Who knows? —that sam • spring may
cause Hephzibah to rival the famous
Sulphur Springs resold of Virginia yet.
Yellow Jaundice Cured.
Suffering humanity should bo sup
plied with every means possible for Its
relief. Jt IS with pleasure we publish
the following: "This Is to certify that
I Was a terrible sufferer Irom Yellow
Jaundice for Aver six months, and was
treated by softie of the best physicians ;
ill our city artfl all to no avail. Dr. Bell,
our druggist; recommended Electric
Bitters: and,, after taking two bottles,
J was entiielj! cured. I now take great
pleasure In iflcommending them to any
person suffering from this terrible mal
ady. I am gratefully yours, M. A. Ho
garty, Lexington. Ky." Sold by Howard
& Willet, drugists.
V 3f jft’.'Cownfc
r ; ;p
»«• *•••»*• Ml •
a** •* MMUfrtu f* m faftil. 1 * m i
ImMt a*aa. «a • #-*** * *■*%» %■«*! • \
1$ IHI YSUI B iHf
UD€S fIVOHU nOtH
VIOLETS OF SICILY
ft* laid** h'rtift s%•«—•*
m * |*i«* rmh a*. *%***# Smm 9mm Aft# I
#« .<%♦»•»# 4* *#• duftiflftt#* 1 add#l
: +m * h <Nt»* diift it *MU mm N «•**# faa* ]
|f i«# n»#»#tiing ms\
t H BOJABD. JR.
I IRftt'i'ft"* rft|4* ftt Aftß
Fall Seeds • Fall Seeds
Seed Whc4l "* **"' ***** ln *
While Onion Sett
Red Onion Sett
Native R. P. Oats
Cabbages, Collardt, etc.
THE HOWARD I WILLET DRUG 00.
-r Fa ul Style 1
gdP #f* ' •.. JW jNnfgn
Just received, our Fall
(line of the famous Guyer
Stiff Hat, in all the leading
shapes. Why buy a $5 00
Hat when we guarantee
every $3.00 Guyer Hat we
sell? Also complete line of
Men's and Boys’ Caps in
every color and style. We
are anxious to make room
for our tremendous Fall
stock which we are daily
receiving, and will close
out all remaining Summer
goods at cost price-
On a Short Furlough.
The Fall Goods I have Just received
will nut remain, but will at once be
reduced to the bottom prices.
75c. Undershirts, at 50c.
75c Under Drawerl 50c.
25c Gee'O Suspenders 15c.
SI.OO White Dress Shirts 80c.
10c Club Ties , v 3 l-2c.
Suit to order .f $20.00. upwards
Pants to order *5.00, upwards
F O. MEKTtNH, Tailor and Gents'
Furnisher, Opposite Planters Hotel.
DON’T LIKE PILLS.
They want a quick acting Medicine, acting
Kirn ply on the LIVKK.
Tale B. H. P. Fir the Liver,
50 Cents Bottle.
H|u P Will lake out the yellovJs
• II • a * in your face.
H|_| p Will take out the yellows
• II • 1 • in your f*c?.
The Howard & Willet Mi Co.
Manufacturers H. H. P.
Hotel Ste. Claire,
Rates $2.50 t 053.50
WM, P. BEYER, Proprietor.
T m rtTTTT TTTTrTTTTTT t • a
Circa! Cut Mrtcc Rtmoval Sale
I~>IMMS Mw» M «SM I*4s ttßg* *4 *NtRHRI
• »M* 4»MM MiMli 44k*4 •••• *4»4M* •■*•> 4* t» *****. **
9414 Rssstsa 449554 • --4 0* 49M 4144 Mth R4#44t *M4 gtSMMRt 4mmR
MM> »«%«. >4*»i4l 4NM 444 *h49 <*• 4>M ——% _ .....
Li I *■ #»** WA
PADGETT FURNITURE CO-.
Co-Operative Coal Supply Company
DEALERS IN COAL AND WOOD. 1041 JACKSON ST.
v —THE .A-USTT
u,. .up,die. for winter and didn't *«t »rs». Neither will the mmn who
t.uyx Ins toil now from the t'o-operative Tool Company. Our Jelllco la •*-
in in hI(,- and quality. but not In price.
To thoae Who wan. an dually «w«l. but .lower burnlna roal. ftlltef
mend the CItOHH MOUNTAIN. No .late or dirt, and your lire will keep
“"Anihri. lt,- and other .trade. of Soft Coal and the only flrat <dw». Bl.ck
amlth Coal w. 1.1 I* Auau.ta. Telephone or call on ua for price..
HOJ ROLLS FROM
HOUSEKEEPERS try it.
NOTHING LIKE IT.
All First Class Grocers Keep 11
Sheep are sheared, rabbits are pop
ped over —but we stand aside and let
the lion pass unmolested.
AVisdom is only to will and to drv—
yet no one is wise.
**< §*■> Mt «4S* Ml* »«M
Xc« It ftt* Al §7.00k
92.00 Cftih *ml
A smm* mm+m 9m •* mm
pMggOB *•* t*a# mmmmb # ft#**
? ■mu • <«M> • « ft#* a***
vflwt* 9*j mm ■-* mm m*
da* SMBiNaa® 9NMM «m 44
If i* irff % llPMMftaft ilBPMw# Vad*
* «tM*» b iHßdwt (Mgdy - ; #aa a*
m m «M rm mm pm m n a®
« wqmmm ti*#» wmm
M*!,*♦* mim *■< Mttaa ••*# oil
«M»4tM* mm «» *449
Our Sacrifice Sale
WW4BNMMW 49411 •* 4*4 M 9
•a# Mai i*MaA
Tilt rot 144 Nit $25
15 ** SS
.. .. 15 « 55
About 40 more of
Porch Rockers to
Remember this is a
genuine cut price sale
—no hold over- No
and up to date. Wo
must mova In a
few days, hence
M« »r«*4 ftt .
Augusta Brewing Co’s
BELLE OF GhEQßqi A 1
Our Draught Beer Has
B ELLB OB G-EOBGI -A.