Look at the Hat!
••Our Broadway” Derby at #3.00
“Our Special” Derby at... #3.50
la aa good as any at $5. Same
shapes same everything. You
don't believe It well, the ex
periment doee not coet any
thing. Your money back If you
want It applies to hats as well
as everything else.
IOC. HACK FARE
Gsfcu i* Drift l» ftrriagft If TWi
Vwwrt* n*« Crafts *• BHM to tto
MMrit.l '«* IWf*f
Tto i* ••*-'- * *c»i i *<•*•
•sSsr »to rsqynaHta tt te ns»ri.n
|||§| tlMfl |S # mO**4lM*nt OS I**l* •*
im pan of dun I i»»ei* to **»ab;»sk
a awe naratra far «»'«** pw#i». »to
•w* te ae Mtacsta si lee rests Tto
bach I tee Mill he owes t«> sbtte
sNNe vMi to im* It. Set the ffrio* to
tfee ftfhto sms *lm«sM he *»h anrooi
SMMleiMae. Mill he M code u» rite
This le fMIJtsIM *he Mm nt the
Cslsrir d senate le make aeotral ■salne<
the eaieeeeearet of the Is* »eq»ee*te«
ss «hr*e‘ ehshf) rmferop ahrftlao*
the rattan rmru nt the lew resatatlns
ss eiMI rare separate aorosaaaoto
ltm< tor the re ram. The negroes rap
that ttir. htww the Augusta ratios*
ns4 ets>trK root pa nr have so opttnn
la the stall.' Then ear ttott they are
•stare that the rani pen* 414 sot *0
toree the las until «MplW to do
g»; fed they sent In s»k* such pro
test sa «Ui toftura the prtgier
m ,„: le egret the repeal nt the law.
There has hern so etsihtr or apparent
hsproti of the street railway by col
ored people Colored people oho
•lop to think keoo that the manage
(pan* o t the ned la not at halt lie*
atgea eolored people la Augusta do
pot ride much for pleasure The »d
--eke to them frets the puipll to uae
the mm was only Idle edvke That
Pee really been the custom In Augusta
by th«o» for all time peat.
lhs lad fat His Maw jtaflt
HR. J. PINK WOJD
Ad|. Orn. Corbin Orders Ml» Honor
able Discharge Front and Regiment.
Col. II B. Oyer received a telegram
lest night from Adjutant General Cor
bin. of the United State* army, aavlng
that that ofllrer bad ordered honorably
Alfs-harpeil from Co. C. Second Georgia
regiment. U. 8. V,. Private J. Pick
Wood, who enlisted from August*,
mustered in at Orlflln.
Pink Wood la ehief lineman for the
dtigusta Railway and Electric co. IU
U very popular with th<* men and oftl
rers of the company and the boy* will
all be g'ad to learn that he la about to
Mr. Wood resigned a well-paying and
satisfactory position to enliat for the
war when the call to urma under the
Star* and Stripes wan rounded. Noth
ing prompted him blit pure patriotism.
He la a splendid fellow and a good elt
lacn. He has made « splendid recoid
with the regiment.
TBAfl RUNS AWAY
Wagon Is Smashed Before Team Is
1 his morning u team of mules be
longing to a farmer got frightened In
front of the Howard warehouse and
The wagon struck a tree and was
nearly demolished The negro driv.er
bang on to the portion left and man
aged to at.op thorn in front of the stole
of Christopher Gray ft Co.
Mules or driver were not Injured, but
the wagon wns badly damaged.
je-year Ailed gold watches In ladies'
and gents' slaes with Elgin or Wal
tham movement from $7.00 to $12.50.
Guarantees With each watch at Lewis
J. Schaul'a. Reliable Pawnbroker on
The New York Commercial Says Dam
age Is Overestimated
The New York Commercial today
has an article on the Georgia aud
South Carolina rice crop, it says that
»he estimate of thp damage done by the
flood has beer, overestimated ami tlvu
the crop will be a%ood one- Tpta will
be welcome news to ti)p&c who deal in
MR. I. D. HAHN
MIKES IN ARREST
Urtfe HU Rile *• • Hitt Ur iri
Ilatfe Ilia Far H» Falk*.
Tto Crtosl—l Cragtrt (M to B'fbt.
Mr Aafta i) Hahn nrato • eery Mb* j
par aft* tftMt this morning Me fte
torte* • tmnrtof omsriftg the Lamar
atne«. The Lsaaae *#om M oex ffcaar ,
la Mr Hahn'* atrwe When Mr
Hah* ■•* tto bwatar hi tto »e*t
rM g he menmff b a dflt letrittg
tto weapob upon the umui ang ra*-
iu hi tug to mn»# at the peril of being
iMg Mr llaha seat for a ftolfcr* P»- 1
tie* Ofkw Murphy rwpoatri and
ami the negrw In.
At MaMtttttn the prtanner. who
prated to be Ptnhey Rlmora, ralorwl.
waa turned wear to the detertlvaw The
Dealer atom had tom robbed low dot * (
urday Mr. Itoeer rlooso up oa Sat
arday to go to the ayaacogue The
detect t *e« gotrhty brand from the ne
gro flues through which gnoda stolen
Inal Saturday were Nit Deter
uvea aauure report era that the evi
dence la an thorough that only formal
; cony triton la nacmanry The negro
! had been an ancresaftil la his raid of
; !aat Saturday that He returned today
1 1« repent It. when Mr Hahn deeded
land arreated him
Elmore atole rI -thing and gnoda of
I that kind Mr. Ilahn » gun was not
HOI.ICI ITEM 5.
one Party Took dottoa. Aaother
Took Chair# and One Threw Tack*.
Edward Addison, colored, siole throe
chairs from Rudolph Skalowskl lam
Edward was engaged In moving
some furniture and Ihe rhalra were
among the thing*. He did not leave
the (halt# where he was told to, but
carried them to a place where he
thought they would not be found. Hta
game was caught on to and the police
The offlcere did the arreet act and
now Edward la In Jail. He will explain
mattera to Judge Eve In the city
Plnbey Elmore waa this morning ar
rested by Detectives Wise snd Sheron
on a charge of Healing clothing from
a store ou lower Broad. »
The police are after four hoys, who
threw lacks on the atreet and as a re
sult was reported hy Frank Shannon,
colored, to the police. Judge Baxter
will look Into the matter on Monday
Authorities Should Put a Stop to the
Reports are reaching the city that
pol hunters nro shooting the young
partridges all through this section
There promises to he an ahttndanee of
game 'his year, but unless this merci
less slaughter Is ended they will he
nearly exUrminated. The young birds
have scarcely got their wing feathers,
so of course have no chance lo get
away. Every sportsman should Join
with the authorities in trying to stop
these law-broaklng hunters.
Death of Mr. Alphonso Spink.
Mr, Alphonso Spink passed away on
yesterday afternoon at his home. No.
1429 Sllcox street, after a lingering ill
ness caused by consumption. Mr.
Spink was by trade a carpenter and
was at one time an employee of the
city, but latterly ill health had preven
ted hint from engaging in any active
The funeral services will be held at
4 o'clock this afternoon from his late
River Takes a Slump
The river has taken quite a fall,
lu (he past twenty-four hours there
bus been a decrease hi the height of
the water 4 feel 2 Inches. It now reg
'Those who are fixing up th's fall
should get' their paints, stains and en
amels at Alexander drug store, they
have the best.
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When aafcad hy Allstata ksIMM
where ilk* mmm* WM at prswtaM. to
stated Hurt Cttaf Catp tod M. tot M
to*»d to say whritor ihe chief tod an
•ya to cold a eat tor aad la traded wrae ,
lag tab or wbettor tto ovw-eoai w-aa
•imply th that gaatlemaa * poso*s#!oa.
J H Kirtorda. a white man awar*
that be tod tod arvrral hoaiaeaa'
irahaartk-ha wtib tto yowabrotor. tot
a>ly (luring tto taiarvnl whea fftolow
akl wan a ttroaa-d toohaf. H» aworv,
however, that daring tto ahocan of
tto drfradattt la Augusta that to "pat
up” hta watch for Sd crata with a
young man who was left la .ctorga of
(to bus.orss When to wrat bark ta
get hia tlatapiere to was informed that
lit took a dollar to aaahle him to keep
posted OB tto Urn* of toy with that
watrb. aad to refused lo pay thia
amount Richard* testified that when
he "hung up" (to ticker, that nothing
was said about a purchase, which tto
young man claimed waa (he case,
! Kirtorda' uaderstnudlag waa that to
' agreed to pay tea ceata for the use of
l the money for n day.
"When asked the value of tto watch
( Richards answrrvd that H was worth
j "Chief Culp and a police officer testi
fied to reading ft rlraular signed Tbs
Athena Loan Company," wttleb stkn
iowtkl had tanging in hta plnee of bua-
Ineaa. Mr. Tom Shackleford who proa
j rented the eaae for hia brother. City
( Attorney Sharkleford. Introduced this
idrctilnr nnd the pawn ticket held by
the negro for bit overcoat aa evidence."
This morning Mr. Rudolph Skalow
•kl. a brother of Mr. Maurice Skalow
«u received n letter .stating that the
l/ttcr had been remitted Ihe fine. Mr.
Skalowskl la now rondurting a furni
ture buslnrsa In Athena
Augusta. Oa.. Sept. 10.—Forceaat for
36 hours ending 8 p. m., September 11.
Washington forecast—South Caro.l
na: Shower* coulght nnd Sunday;
Continued low temperature. Georgia—
Rain tonight and Sunday. laical fore
cast for Augusta and vicinity Rain
tonight and Sunday. The river at 8
a. m. was 13.7 feet, a fall of 4.2 feet In
Rntns In the cotton belt in the paftt
24 hours were confined principally to
the Central and East Gulf Sections,
with excessive fails in Southern
Louisiana, while it la raining generally
this morning over the East Gulf
States, also in the Western States.
Temperatures continue low over a
large portion of the country with a
killing frost reported at Huron. S. D..
and a light frost at St. Paul, the for
mer having a morning temperature of
30 degrees and the latter 42 degrees.
The barometer continues extremely
high In th Northwest Country with
the Gulf disturbance still located tn
the vicinity of Port Eads, where the
highest wind velocity in the past 12
hours was 36 miles an hour from the
Will Arrive Here at 5 O’clock This
An excursion from Spurs, ,Gn.. will
arrive here about f> o'clock this after
lioou over tbe Georgia road. The
Iratn was scheduled to leave Sparta at
,ioon today. The return trip will be
made tomorrow night..
A Provost Guard.
A "provest guard from Camp Dyer
wns in the city this lAorUing. They
came in after a wandering soldier. He
was found and taken back to camp.
THOS. J. ROONEY
jiMHHMwI If ht A I 'tto if |Ji M
'' f toe *1 au tto Hi ad ttone Me ton*
i Hr W J. CraH vu It Atlttlt ft*
j |« C write*, of Altetr to •« ite Ar-
I j a. Ttofter. 9t MiMi. to tot tte|
»I * pptnpp.
R s Hodaon, of Newman, to at tto j
i 3 S Kuhn, of Meatgoaaary, ta nt the
I a ?ttUfflf* .
i | elite* r. of Xfi Toflt. to tt tte
W H Tnppaa. of Chicago, to nt tto
• Ar; i(toii
! H. Van Glider, of Naahellto, to nt tto
| g, psm of Isoulavlllr. to nt tto
|_ 3. Cornwall, of Baltimare. la at
’ the Plaatera.
i joaaoh B Caney. of Baltimore. \t at
fieorge H Brunaon. of Athena, ta at
CJ. R Parkhaas. .of Baltimore, ta at
Maj J W. Oreen of AllaaU arrived
in tto city today
Mr K M North returned from At
lanta this morning.
Key. A. J. Qulttlehaum .of Ninety*
Sl», g. C.. l» In tto city.
Thus. J. Hart, of New York, ta reg
istered nt the Planters.
I V. E. Dawson and A. B. Andrew* of
Atlanta, are at the Planter*.
A. 8. Draftl and R. E. Miller, of
Pittsburg, are nt the Arlington.
T. C. McDonald and L. L. Hardage.
of Atlanta, are at the Arlington.
j|. Thomas W. HnufdcuU I* quite
*lck at his home, *O2 Greene atreet.
U. 11. Hlntjm. C. C. Hanson and ». J.
Smith, of Savannah, are at the Arling
Mrs C. A Rowland ha* returned
from a visit to friends in Athens and
Mr. L A Burns, after a visit to the
country. Is at his home on upper
j H. Wsrdle. L. Tulin and C. L.
Campbell, of New York, are registered
at the Arlington.
Mrs. J. A. HnmPton. proprietress of
the Willlaton Inn. at Wlllieton. 8. C„
Is al the Planters.
Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Spighta and Mis-.
Daisy McTier, of Harris Lithia Springs,
are nt the Planters.
Mr. Gey Mclntosh, of Bordeaux. S.
C.. Is in the city today. He has many
friends here who are always glad to
Mr. Charles D. Kline, son of Supt.
Kline, of the Central road, passed
through the city this morning en
route from Harris Lithia Springs to
Mr. J. 8. Heineman. representing the
firm of Heineman Brothers of Balti
more. largo cigar manufacturers. Is
stopping with "Col." Dirk Drecer, at
the Windsor today. Mr. Heineman Is
as popular as his cigars.
Savannah Press: Mr. 'Andrew-
Graham of Augusta spent yesterday In
the city. He wilt shortly return to
Savannah to permanently locate. He
will be connected with the Plant sys
4em In the freight department. He is
a brother of Mr. Joe Graham, claim
agent of tbe Central railroad.
Mr. Chas. O. McLaughlin of Augitsta
Is in the city. He wiy shortly remove
here with his family! as he has be
come connected with The Central rail
way in the cotton d-mavtment. Mr.
McLaughlin is an expjtienced railroad
man and has for setftral years ueen
the Augusta agent, of. the Southern
The do-nothing is the worst man in
OF THE MAPLE
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to ttel fin ftoto ft tot t ite m* toto
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[ter to tear# to ftfti •* mmm te • ftriftft
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te* *#** (|rv* and four lua4r#4 dal* j
' Tea know we had Blanc i'i brwitor- 1
In-Taw on hoard foe awhile
"After he waa amt from Atlanta we,
got him at Key Went and proceeded
[to Havana We wmt In unde- t flag of
trace and st'lmiM bin*, wl.b a dor
tor and taro arrvaota. for thoae two
Blanco ow Board
‘ Bianco came out peraonally to see
about the eacbange. and waa on our
hoot quite a while. We also went into
Havana aeveral time* while trying to
get Lieut. Holman exchanged
"Once we sighted a ***eet that gave us ;
a pretty chase. Bto looked like n Ger
man craft and aa we steadily gained
in her she ran ashore at Muriel, twen
ty mite* west of Havana. We had to
leave her alone na there was n tot
tery at this point and we were under
orders not to Are on these defenses.
"One of the day* we had a good
deal of fun wHh tto Spaniards. Blanco
sent three vessels out of the harbor to'
try aad entice our hosts under the Are
of the forts and shore batteries. We 1
were laying close In shore snd while ,
tto Hpaninrds were watching the boats
outside we slipped in between them
and the shore.
"When they did sight us yon ran bet
they put on all steam, double topsail*
and whittled for wind. Before they :
could get back we got about thirty nte*
shots at them and although we couldn't!
aink them we sure made the splinters'
‘ Those insurgents? They are a scab-1
hy lot of dogs! Ido believe that even j
the Spaniards nre a better lot than they
are. It seems to me that all they are
good for la to tog Uncle Sam to give
them things and are then surprised
that he didn't give them more. We
landed arms and supplies for them sev
eral limes, so I had a good chance lo
At Isle of Pines
"We did blockade duty off the Isle of
Pines' Just before the war ended. It
was h°re that the only man killed on
our ship lost his life. One dny we
started to land to get water in the
launch of the little Bancroft. Just be
fore we reached land the cowardly
Srantards fired a volley, killing a coal
heaver. They then took to their heels,
but not before we hnd given several of
the devils a dose of lead from our one
pounder. We were on duty at this is
land when Ihe dispatch boat reported
that the war was over and ordered us
“On the thirty-first every one of the
sixty men on board were paid off and
given our honorable discharges. This
was at Norfolk, and I was the only
Southerner on obard who pitched out
“All went well till I got to Rocky
Mount. Here I met two fellows and
got drunk. When I came to myself all
my money was gone.
“I didn’t care so much, as I ran start
talking about the war and pull through
on nearly any trato, especially one that
has a negro crew',. 1 don’t mind this
bumming to much as I do trying to
get some, thing to pat. I am not used
to getting charity and although every
body who sees myfeuTt of clothes treat
me fine I don't like it.
"I caine from Columbia last night
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WON A VERDIGT
Mrv Stra«hs‘ Silt \r»ii*t Ik 0m
Cto Hat 4.
taw Mushawd M as ktacd at Mat ledge
Mtlevu Month# Ago.
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-1 rprwtrd fte plaint IST
THE PROTEST FILED.
Tto Sotdtar Vote Mm Been Cow
Columbia tap. It. A forma! po
’ i tee of a protest and content of tto sot- *
'diet vote has town filed by Mr J, K. |
Eller be. through hta nfomey*. Col. H
t> Neson W D. Mnitca. aad 0, P. Ia»-,
The notice was handed tto chairman j
of the Mata co.t n.iiee yeetciday. Tto
j Inst day tor filing men n paper waa
! yesterday, aad the attorneys were moi
' prepared to say whether the protest
e-otaid be proeecttied to ihe end or not.
ITto conieatani. Mr. Bllerto ta very
latch, and cannot dlncua* tto waiter
I with hta counsel. The protest waa
(filed, one of tto counsel said, more as j
Is matter of precaution than aoyifclng
He stated that he thought there was j
merit In the complaint not to ecu.it,
the Midler vote on account of gross
Inegulartllea but Mr. Ellerbe no 1 , be
ing in n condition to d.acuaa tto mat
ter. h- was unable to say If it would
le presectr.ed Col. Nelson says that
ihe protest ta but a formal notice ask
ing that the vole be not collated. Tto ■
state executive committee will meet j
•on the lath Inaiant. and Ihe matter
| -mIII to presented •to them at that
Congressman Norton, who was de
clared by the sttbeommiuee to to the
nominee of Ibe part ' from the First
congressional district, was in Columbia
His counsel. C. P. Townsend, was
|out of the city on'official hiislncsa and
could net be seen In regard to the mat- j
The vote was close In the district, ,
| Mr. Norton on the face of the returns
winning by about fifty-seven votes.
HE 15 NO MANIAC.
Henry Kelly. Colored. Is (letting
Henry Kelly, the negro who waa j
struck on the bend by a train named
Horace .Smith, laat Sunday, la n . w con-!
valeaccn*. The report that Kell:-' Is a
raving maniac is a wrong one.. Smith (
was tried before Judge Muse last af
He was liberated on a bond of two
hundred dollcrs. Mr. Ptcquett repre
The man who was arrested jn Chi
cago for stealing books from the New
berry Library, and selling them to buy
liquor, probably believed with Bacon,
that reading maketh a full man. N Y.
and suppose I will leave this evening
on my way home. When I reach Mo
bile I will be all right, as I am well
known and can get a good place on any
of the vessels.
■ Sea life Isn't nnv snap, but I am
not made for a laud lubber and would
rather feel the boat recking under me
and eat hard tack and salt meat than
live in the best palace in the land.”
He rolled his •tobacco to the port
side of his mouth, gave » hitch at his
trousers and with the ioll.uk scalk to
natural to sailors, walked on down the
His sea beeches, tanned skin, shilor's
jseke t and wabbling 7) gbit alii acted
general attention, heeding no one
he went on,,humming. got ihe sams old
“]U#eon .tto Ocean Wake,” but tha-just
as familiar* "My Lady loves HeCwSaH
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Augusta ti« . tot-t #. ttat
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NOt'ltCK Mtt ALFRED M MAR
| TIN. JR . ** rsiwlMst# for CotOtA
I Inin tto Fitst Ward subject to
! ruslomary whits primary
Urntr •*««**! Notice.
DR GEORGE W. MOUNTAIN WIPH
KP his patrons tn know hi» office ta
No, m Broad atreri. toil tclcpbtmv.
Mmm’i Preparatory School.
THE SIXTH ANNUAL BEBBION OF
this school will commence on
MONDAY, OCTOBER Ad st » * m.
! Sr welt! pains snd thorough ‘ustruc
| tt<At given to each pupil. For full par
tt. ulats call on or address at IIS El-
WM. H STt'BMAN. A. M .
'Academy of Richmond County. Augus
lISTH ANNUAL SESSION BEGINS
MONDAY. OCTOBER Jrd. Full corps
of instructor*. Courses in Ancient
and Modern Languages. Mathematic*
and the Physical Science* Stensgra
phy and Typewriting without extra
charge. Instruction in Military Tac
tic# and Athletic*. For Information,
address Principal. Richmond Acad
lofflc- of Mutual Real Estate Building
! and Loan Association.
Augusta. Oa., Sept. 10, 1198.
.THE REGULAR MONTHLY
MEN’T of this Association is due and
payable MONDAY. SEPTEMBER
,^H B/ ord?r of th«* Pro«ldont.
W. C. JONKB. Seiretary.
Social Lodge, No. I. F. & A. fl.
A CALLED COM M U NIOATKiN
of Social Lodge. No. 1, will be
bald st Lode* Hooms- Mssonic Itsli
i Monday evening, nth lost. *t %;oo
° The^Ms-ter's Degree will be conferrwl.
W.\l. J. HOLLINGSWORTH, TV. M.
WM. H.CRANE Secretary.
7 Per Cl $500,C00 7 Per Cl
TOREIGN CAPITALISTS WILL
LOAN HALF A MILLION DOLLARS
on realty in Augusta, Ga. Terms 7
'per cent. For further information see
their attorney at law, P. J. Sullivan,
Es., or Mr. P. G. Burum.
TOO LATE FOR CLASSIFICATION
WANTED—A GOOD SALESMAN TO
work in South Carolina on a com
mission. A lively man can make from
$l5O to $175 per month. Some capital
reiiuired. Call at once. »50 Broad street,
Augusta, Ga. S„-j>t 10
Tie entire interior of the union de
pottyeuaurant has been remodeled It
is ncc, in charge of ihe Van Noy News
company. The place presents an invit
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WTntef is coming—put in window
glass get-them at Alexander drug