THR PADCiETT FURNITURE CO.
A Me«*»itc to a Bunch of Violets.
Kin* h'-r »weet, you dearest flower.
Tell her that I love hey true;
Whisper to her dainty secrete
Such a* one expect* from you.
Turn your blue eye* full upon her—
Why, she, too. ha* eyes of blue!
Du y.oi wonder r here she found them?
Did she steal their lint from you?
If she did, no one can his me her ,
y. u should love her for hep choice,
'Tis the poet's favorite color,
You and she should both Yejolce.
You should love her all the better,
Finding: her so much like you;
And since then, nd doubt, you've won
If she's not a Violet, tco.’
Love her then, and kiss her for me.
All your dainty fragrance lend;
Tell her of oil kivelv blossoms
You're the sweetest I could send.
Lean your little heads upon her,
Nes.lc In her bosom true;
Toll her of all lovely places
That's the sweetest place for you.
And whisper this, my darling, to her,
Whisper Ictv and soft a'art,
While you're drearning In her bosom,
1 would nestle In her heart.
resecrating the National Emblem.
The statement that cur national em
blem Is fashionably used for yacht and
hammock cushions has been goin£ the
room's of the newspapers, with'but few
tr: say it nay. A young girl who recent
ly gave a yachting party rallied her
gue«t of honor, a boyish ensign, be
cause he tock an uncomfortable and
isolated seat on the bow.
•■Really." he answered, laughing, "I
have punched the heads of so many
sailers for getting their heels acciden
tally mixed up in the flag that I cannot
sit on it myself."
And he was right. The stars and
stripes are to heraised aloft, to be
saluted with pride and reverence; not
to be made into chair seats, nor to
O®-Grand Opening MONDAY MORNING of the most beautiful line of Furniture. Carpets.
Mattings. Curtains and Chamber Sets Augusta ever saw, Our new store is the prettiest in town
Our stock contains everything necessary to go In your home. Cash oMgreail
1,000 yard* t* r**i 0»«m
Mtltmc. pouf hi 10 he vaU *»
2$ ctnh pet yard.
Ojttiu Pnce 10 Cfiti Per Tift
This Solid Oak Rocker, houfhi
lo >ell ai SUO. <M> Cents o
our Opening Price. We have
many other kind) and prices
Above we show just a few of our goods. Come to see us Monday. We will be
glad to see you and you will be more than repaid for your trouble
Padgett Furniture Co.,
° 1110 and 1112 BROAD STREET
drape bargain han Ik-rohlef*. nor in fly
from Ihr hung of whl»h»y barrel*.
Against »uch common prostitution of
our flag. each on» of u« like the young
officer. ran make personal ptoieat.
- ~OM fa*hb>ncd Hungerfetd la one*
more celebrating HoeltUde with all It*
Quaint ruatoro# and ancient ceremonies.
Thla IntereMlng ceremony began with
ih* annual 'maccaroni eui per. and will
he coattnuod today, when ih* two
manager* of th* rival bank*. who hav*
elected 'lutlltnon' for the entitling
year. go round lo th* hour •» of th*
tenant* In the town and exercise 'heir
prerogative »f kl»«dng all the ladle* 111
each hour* Hungerford l» one of tlv
last remaining unreformed borough* or
England, and *tlll reUln* H* ancient
~fficlal nomenclature, eleetlnK to have
In place of Muyor and Corporation, a
constable, a portreeve, a keeper of tic
c ffer*. a hayward, two ale taatera and
The tuttlmen (who are also collectors
T.f the Moll taxi huve from time Im
memorial called at every Jiouae In the
borough and dr calved firm each ln
hahltant. If he be m«lv penny, and
in case of the ladlea a kiss, the cere
mony being announced from the bal
cony of the Town Hall by a blast from
the Hungerford horn blown by the
bellman. Afterward a dinner Is held, at
which the officer* for the ensuing year
Mrs. C. H. Cohen entertains at cards
Miss Jenna Garrett Is visiting Miss
Nash in Atlanta.
Mrs. Montgomery has returned from
a visit to Harlem.
Mis. Wat sen, of Columbus, Is the
guest of M s. James Robertson.
Mr:. Thomas'Garrett and Miss Ixiu-
Ise Cole have returned from Grlffln.
Mrs. Janies Gardner and Miss Mat
tie Gaidner have returned from Bat
Mrs. Sturtnan*P<>l!ard. or Arkansas,
is expected in a few weeks is the guest
of Mrs. George Bailie.
Mrs. Sanfoid Gardner has issued in
vitations to a progressive euchre par
ty to be given tomorrow afiernoon, at
which the talented hostess' artistic
temperament will find expression In
many unique accompaniments.
New York city will claim for Its
fashionable finishing schools three of
Augusta’s most prominent young wo
men. Miss Anita will attend the Pee
bles school. Miss Marie Gardelle will
be at the Gardner school on Fifth av
enue. Miss Emma Dunbar goes to the
Misses Elys on Riverside Park.
Wm. Phillips, of Salem, Va., is at
FURNITURE, STOVES, CARPETS, MATTINBS AND CROCKERY
36 ONLY OAK CHAIRS.
Bought to Mil at 65 coots,
oponing price 49c. Equally
low prices throughout the
Augusta. Ha.. Hatimlay, Sept, 24.
■ Tone- -Quiet and Ste Cly.
Slam rotlon .. .. 3 to 4 j
Strict gisid ordinary IH |
Low middling 4 IS-M
Strict low middling I
1 Middling HU |
Strict middling .. &'i
Hood middling r 'H
Weeli Ending Sepi. 30. I*9*. and cor-j
responding receipts tail year:
1*97 I*9* i
Saturday 2595 2573 |
Monday 304:1 .... i
Tuesday •• 3867 ••••
Wednesday 207* ....
i Thursday 2*33
Friday 2265 ....
Total 17471 2572
SAI FS. SPINNERS, SHIPMENTS.
Snle*. Spinner*. Shipment.
Saturday . . IS2O 52* 990
Total .. .. I*2o 529 990
Net receipts t aiay .. .. 2266 2572
Through cotton today .* 330 •••»
Gross receipts today .. .. 2585 2672
STOCK AND RECEIPTS.
Stock in Augusta 10910 12394
Receipts since Sept. 1 .. 55b61 29200
Augusta, Ga., Sept. 24 Liverpool
was barely steady, while receipts con
tinue free and the low prices arc dis
couraging to planters. Our dally dis
patches bring In damage reports from
HYACINTH, TULIPS AND
Premium Pansy a.nd Choice Flower
Seed. Easter Lily Bulbs should be
planted now. We have them.
From now on we will have Extra
Early Pearl, White Silver Skin, Dan
ver's Yellow, choice stock, Yellow Mul
tiplying Shallots, no garden complete
HUMP YOUR CARDEN.
Plant Turnips. Beets, Cabbage, Spin
ach, Lettuce, Radish, Georgia Rye, arid
all Grasses and Clovers—we have thtyn.
LAWN CRASS SEED.
Our Evergreen Mixed Lawn Grass
Seed has been tried here with much
success —should be sown now.
We carry a full line of Canary, Par
rot and Mocking Bird Food—also Gold
Gall in and ask for our Seed Cata
logue. It is free.
ALEXANDER SEED CO., 632 Broad St.
Out lee «f tolrtne* (*•*« to tees
It hr AifiaiM.
Tfefc **4 Oak MbNatS. U*»* si***
tU b«ii I »«il» siM hw l»
>••1 r •• *» 4n«ta». f« Ml m
The followtng quotation*, the flowing
price* taken at 12 o'clock, ate over the
special wires «f Paine. Murphy A Co.:
NEW T<iltK COTTON.
January 5.31 5 SI 32
February .. .. —— 5-35 3*
i.Mrch i-41 5 40 41
! April 5.44 45
I May S SO 5 4* 19
| June „ .. •• ■«••■* •* 5.55 5.52 53
; September 5.1* 5.17 1*
j October .... •• •• •* .. 5.19 6 17 1*
No vein Iter 5,23 5.21 22
Ijecember 5.27 5.2* 27
| Middling-6 7-I*.
January and February *62 2.62 63
February anil March .. 2.63 2 63
March and April .. ■ .. 3.00 3.00
April and May 3.01 3.01
May and June jM2 3.02
Juno and July *.03 3.03
Aug. and Sepi 3.03 3.03
Sept, and Oct
o<*t. and NOV. .. .. .. 2.63 2.63
Nov. ami Dec 2.62 2.62 63
Dec. and Jan 2 62 2.62 63
Gal vent on 9042 11454
New Orleans 5407
Mobile 2663 1620
Savannah 9606 •••• ,
Charleston .. 4*05 37-9
Norfolk '*44l 1211
New Yotk || 3601 ....
Wilmington 2590 ••••,
Boston ' ’2 ‘-'I
Philadelphia 293 ....
Augusta, Ga., Kept. 24.—Cables show-1
ed sonic weakness und Induced reallz- \
Ing by the pit veal pent, who had good |
profits on the week's investments. This
in eonnectlon with free movement
and estimates of Increase In woild s
visible supply— caused it hesitating
market which, after a lower opening,
was disposed to sell off. In the closing
, hour, there was good buying, and prices
closed virtually unchanged from the
I opening. Cash prices and September
option may have a bullish influence
•next week. Corn was steady, while pro
visions held fairly steady.
Paine, Murphy & Co.
December ®2% 6.!%
May « «*
September 29% 29%
December 29% 29%
May 81 *
September ....If 21% 21%
May, l, 22% 22%
December s -27 8.20
January 9 - 17 9.12 '
December 4 - 87 *•*-
January 4 - 9 a 490
October .. .. a - 2f| 9> * 7
January 4 - 77 4,72
Our Bedroom Suits are
Gems, ahead of Any
thing in TOWN.
This SIOO Bedroom Suit is S6O Onaning Week.
No other house will duplicate it for $ 100 in cold cash.
We have plenty of suits either lower or higher in price
We will sell during next week a
splendid White Enameled Steel
Bedstead with Brass Trimmings
These Beds are either single or
double, well worth $4.50 each.
Get what you want of them next
M! in (1(11)0 iff
HOJ ROLLS FROM
HOUSEKEEPERS TRY IT.
NOTHING LIKE IT.
All First Class Grocers Keep It
F. Q. TURPIN CO.
REMOVED TO 711 BROADWHY-
E. W. DODGE,
Manufacturer of Rubber
Stamps. Seals, Stencils,
Daters. Pads, Badges,&c
711 Broadway. Augusta, Ga.
Strotvger Phone 102,
OUR SOLDIER BOYS
r n Augusta to Atlanta A Q r#l
$0,01) andße(um Ov*uU
V I A
Sunday, September 25th, 7:05 a. m. Train.
Tickets good to returnon any train Monday,
September 26th, 1898.
JOE W. WHITE, T. P A.
A. G. JACKSON. G. P. A-
Asbury Church -Rev. William Dun
Preaching by the pastor at 11 a. m.
and 7:30 p. in.
Prayer meeting every Wednesday at
8 p. m.
Sunday school at 9:30 a. m.
The public Is cordially Invited to at
tend all of these services.
Second Christian Church.—Rev. N.
G. Jacks, pastor.
Gospel meetings yvill begin In this
church tomorrow, In which many of
the pastors of the city will participate.
The pastor will preach tomorrow morn
ing and evening. Rev. T. M .dolphin,
of Curtis church, Monday evening;
Rev. Wm. Dunbar, of Asbury church,
Tuesday evening; Rev. F. P. Spencer,
of St. Luke’s, Wednesday evening:
Rev. Thus. Walker, of Kolloclt street
Baptist church, Thursday evening; and
Rev. Mr. Mashburn, of St. James', on
All are Invited to attend these ser
Twiggs Street Baptist Church. — Rev.
W. A. Truesdel, pastor.
Sunday morning prayer meeting at 6
Preaching by pastor at 11 o’clock.
Sunday school at 2 o’clock.
Y. M. C. A. at 5 o’clock.
Preaching at 8 o’clock.
St. Paul’s Church.—Rev. C. C. Wil
liams, D. D., rector.
11 a. m.—Morning prayer and ser
No evening service.
Young men’s Bible class meets at
Services during the week: Thursday
_Bt. Michael and All Angels—Morning
prayer at 10 o’clock; Friday evening—
Evening prayer 6 o’clock.
WHAT YOU WILL FIND
C. B, ROf ARB, JR’S.
The Pnrast of Drugs.
An Elegant Sundry Line,
The Latest of Perfumes
Flnert assortment of Soaps.
Handsome Toilet Goods,
Sponge- of All Kind.,
The Best of Attention.
All and more can be Found
C. H. HOWARD, JR’S.,
CROUCH’S OLD STAND,
008 Broad Street.
The Georgia Railroad will sell
ROUND TRIP TICKETS AT ONE
! Tickets will be sold Sept. 26th. and
! 27th. Exfbeme limit for return fifteen
days from date of sale.
Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars be
tween Augusta and St. Louis, St. Lou
is and Denver.
JOE W. WHITE, T. P. A.
A. G. JACKSON, G. P. A.
St. Matthew’s Lutheran Church.—
Rev, C. FI. Weltner, pastor.
Sunday, 9:30 a. m., Sunday school.
Sunday, H a. m., German service.
Wednesday, 8 p. m., Meeting of the
Thursday, 8 p. m., Teachers’ meeting.
J. A. Enslaw, of Atlanta, Is at the
LOWEST PRICES, EASIEST TERMS