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The Augusta herald. (Augusta, Ga.) 1890-1908, September 28, 1898, Page 6, Image 6

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Clair drew, dttlw M 1 *• fC »• 4 Ocean aolld* .. * ** 4 Martha Washington 4*lt>cWn ~ .. *3-4 Mt*c*ll*neoua htand*. light weight 44 4-1* It *-l leaetts 4 yard* plain .. ( . * Thorndike B .. •• •• •• v •• •• * *•* Mercule* 1 4'4 * Pelham, K hal lto bo* 15 f q, f,, 30 balls to bo* 14 E. O. P.. 2* ball* to lb IT 1-1 Muacogee * 4-1 27 Inch 4 1-1 yd. plaids, best make Simpson* alik ttnlsh foulards «tx Paclllc mournliißS 64x61 6 China aim* «t*6l 4 *' 4 Mlddleford .. .. 4 Slater 64x64 3 3-4 Concord, 56x60 3 4-4 Home 56x40 3 1-4 Edward* 3 4-S Keystone •• 3 l’ 2 Fifth Avenue 3 4-4 KKARSEY'S. Heavy Columbia, heavy Kearsey S t-4 Kincaid and otliera 9 l* 4 LIME,.CEMENT AND PLASTER. Lime 70a85 Rosendale cement 11.45 Portland cement 12.76 to 3.25 Louisville cement In paper sacks .11.00 Plaster in bids $1.75 HARDWARE. Well buckets, per do* .... 13.00 Painted buckets, per do* It. 10 S H B B cedar pails, per do* .. 11.76 3 H B B cedar pails, per do* .. .. 12.00 Tubs painted, per nest 11 75 Rope. Manila, per pound 9 1-2 Rope, Sisal, per pound 7c Rope, cotton, tier pound .. .. lOcaltc Nails, wire ■, •• *l-76 base Nails, cut .. .. .' *1 45 base Fliovels, Ames, per do* .. .. 11 lalll. o Shovels, diamond, per do* .. .. 17.00 Shovels, riveted back, per do*. ..-14.75 Plow blades 3 1-3 h®® 1 * i HWMii, <HM§ Nafk. fi» % * m H • Ibmmmm. **o mm,,. $m mm *» « p i iiHMMk •mm **•* pm mm m mmmM \ iHhO.» mm pm Mi , m m j i< Mma t m*mm pm tA m •# ***&*» 9 9 9 Immm Hnna mm 9mm ** m #* ® H | ANM* mmmk.. pm m »•♦« *# H 99 HMHA Wmi 90 m m # m Hi r a ik'ilfflih’iy. |mk*a mm so+ A A 99mtm m*mmm pm pmm P mam h 9mmm* 9mrnm a* a pm pm*m m ** 9m ' 9m* mmM pm IA m «# m ** m m •- 9f* j CAltMi rnpmm, pm Amt i »« tt *• ti I* ** **• Matin* A* | pm mm l m m • 99 m»m*+ A* 4 P*% m*m m m 99 i *** ammam*. An i pm m*m »• •» * ai mmm* mm pmmop pm Aa< Amm Wmi >mmm, mm**'***m4k pm M * | pmm m il l M i im i, t m AT ATM Ac iff M iprnmpmmm AncNni mms Pmm9p (Nucami. 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(VlanU* * At* goeta M Fk l*M I® Afgwta h*. 11. K-. Fk tW4,. ... H C. R R ftanking On. Count seal Traat Fk 14*7 .. .... ft R Nmthem Hallway Fk 14*4 .. 4* tt Central of Ofotfla Railway. Ist eotaaol non. Fk 4Mt .... tt M (7. of O. tat pr*f la » tt Ocitral of Oaorgtn Itaflwar. M pref Incomes, IMS II 14 C. of Q. I*l prof In IMS .... I • O. t. 4k F. lat tt. F*. IMI .. 1« I*7 Hooth Georgia and Florid*. Id r*. KM IK a. p.»uth Georgia and Florida. td Tk 1444 I® Ocean nieomohip Co., lat Fa M r*. 14M I*4 aae factory nosrm. Enterprlao Mfg. Co., lat Fk IM Sibley Mf*. Co., lai Fk 14« .1» ... Sibley Mfg. Ck. lat Fa, l»ftl . »tt On. R R. * R Co. atotk .. m IM South Western R. R. mock .. ** Itt Augusta A Savannah atoek .. M 1W GRAIN AND PROVISIONS. n*u, white, aarked 34 oat*, mixed, aarked ~ 14 Corn, white, aarked M Corn, mixed .. .. .. 44 Meal, bolted, per bushel 474 Flour, common .. .. 1 50 Flour, fancy eitra 3 75 Flour, second patent .. .. .. .. .. 4.M Flour, standard patent 4.® Flour, fancy patent 4.71 Wheat bran. 100-lb sacks M Fine feed. l«0-!b sacks M Hay—native, per ton 11.00 Hay—Timothy, per ton .. .. .. 11.00 Hay -choice, per lon 11 00 Hama—choice augar cured .. .. 10all4 Smoked rlh aide* * Dry salt rib* • Lard, pure leaf, In tierce* 5% Ij*rd. kettle, rendered in tierce*. 4 1-t Sugar, granulated *% AS A SERVANT. Tb* Heraas of a l arge Fortune Was Found Working. Chicago. 111.. Sept. 27.—Mis. Florence Frost, helreas lo an estate In Delaware, and the wife of a wealthy Philadelphia man, has been located In this city by the police, who have been looking for her at the request of her cousin. S. McPherson, of New York. She was working as a servant in a hotel on Wabash avenue. Mrs. Frost, who re duced herself to penury, It Is said, ill searching for her child, which her hus band haa taken, says she will remain at work until she hears from her cou sin. When her money arrives she de clares she will resume the quest for her misßiug child. Mr. McPherson was notified at hla office In New York that his cousin has been found. Mrs. Frost has experienced both rlchee and pov erty. Until a few years ago she never wanted for money, but during the last eighteen months shehas several times been without food or shelter. She is the daughter of the late William S. Mo- Caulley, a wealthy cltixen and lawyer o{ Delaware, who at one time was ad jutant general of the state. Her moth er was a Miss Brlnton. of Westchester, Pa., a cousin of Gen. George B. Mc- Clellan. Pistols. Double Barrel Guns—Pistols. Harrington & Richardson Brand new pistols, *2.50; Harrington & Richardson second hand pistols. *2.00. American double action pistol, *I.OO. Guitar. Man dolin and Banjo Strings, 2 for 5 cents, at L. J. Schaul, Reliable Pawnbroker. THE AUOUBTA fIBTRyVUD CHEAP 'PHONES 1 IS I PUNK. 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Ibara #boo)d aat ba F «m --•lderaMa red or (loa la lb# rale* ebarg ti." AN IfIPOITTANT DISCOVERY. n Tty TW I If hi mm Iba Ortgla of ritaar Haart* TW anaounr emrnf <<* tba <ll am very of aa aat emit! lb* ort»R of wblcb orar lapa lo m»tt* extent tbal of Mara l» of great lo*#re#t to aatonnoeaer* Tba dlarorery. wblcb wa# made la Karope. baa oaly Jaat b#*ai cabled from Kiel, tb# headquarter* for aalrooottlcal new* oa (be coalmen!, tt Boatoo. wblcb to a similar ceatr# tar America Hlibecl i all Ibe known bodlra belonging to Ibto daw, and (bey nr over 400 in anmlwr, bare beer, confined to (he apac# be tween Mara and Jnpller, They are un equally distributed through all Ihla le gion. and while some seem almoat (oo near tt Jupiter to Insure their own safety aone have been found within mil lions of ml tea of Mar*. This new as teroid, then, which, by the way. I* pro vlalnnally doatgaiMed aa aaterold “Dq." to peculiar. Th# chief algnlficance of lh« find I* the llgtit It may throw on a lon»-dl«put' il question- It# origin of the asteroid* themselves. Soon after these lltlle planet* were discovered In number*, occupying ap proximately the place where, according to the so-called Hode'e law, a large planet similar to Venuk the eorth, Mara or Saturn ought to be found. It was suggested that they were the re mains of a once mighty world which had been rent In fragment* by a terri ble explosion. The theory aattofled the requirement* of uniformity In that It prorlded a large planet In the prop»r position, and afforded opportunity for fascinating speculation aa to the causes of the first great explosion. For, if this supposed planet had blown up., why might not the earth some day tol-1 low milt? It wa* mathematically dem- j on si rated, however, that no one explo sion could possibly distribute little planets over so wide a space, and then a scries of explosions was substituted as an explanation. Another explanation of the origin of the asteroids Involved the nebular hy-, potheals. according to which all the 1 planets have been formed out of rings thrown up by the aun. Is the case of the asteroids It was supposed this ring had failed to concentrate Into one body, but had broken up into many. Both these theories have their support ers, but It Is not unlikely that a study of asteroid "Dq" wilt give a final solu tion of the problem. Prof. J. K. Roes, of Columbia, has suggested that event ually we may find asteroids distributed generally throughout p’anetary space, which would compel further modifica tion of present theories. This new dis covery is a step in that direction. — New York Mail and Express. Mr. James E. Ferrel. of Burnt House, W. Va., has discarded all other dtarrho# medicines and now handles only Chamberlain’s Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. He has used It in his family and sold it to his customers for years, and has no hesitation in saying that It Is the best remedy for colic and diarrhoea, he has ever known. It not only gives relief, but effects n permanent cure. It Is also pleasant and safe to take, making tt an Ideal remedy for bowel complaints. For sale by Al exander Drug A Seed Co., Parr of Bell Tower Drug Store. GcoD IUCK BAKING POWDER# 15 THE BEST.: - - --- ——— Htitm 4 of A*l 4 ft Ififivtf • Ifit'Potkffif LEGAL NOTICE kVa. kawattb*# Fwßawßtaaq TW mm**#*! 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Thai pamFttltt I ■ mt a#HMN S Pt tafttH# i *4 tW 1 IlfiMl ms Urt* INtalta, tita *»■< IWt wuF parage*Rß #Ratt read a# tallawF tt-j Wtt: *fk* IHIM tt Ik* J«d**B to b» r tea I«4 IMldrr Ik# (AMKrttl atlaa (»i*ttt| to ia«MMI #RaN twain oa tRe dial day tt Jaattae* *ft*r thttr elertloa j |p% »ry varaary ooarlvAeil to death. | raalgaaUua or other raaaea aßail t<# qiltt to aittttatineat# tt the Onvttatt] until th# firat day nl Jeauary artar th# gaaeral election h#n ae*l arter th# cv ptrattoa tt thirty day* fmn» the tlm* •U'h varaory .wear- at aklrk rkton k #aeraas<w. for tb# *a#aptr«F term ■Rail he #lc teV Her, 4. It# It further enacted hy th# authority atarnaatd. That paragraph I of aertloß tt of article • tt the Ottaall- Gallon tt ihla Mai*. !«• amended a# tbal the him a hall r#nd aa tallows., to-wit; I -There shall be a aottcllor general tar each judicial elrcalt. whaae ulllclal term (except to fill a raeaacy) ahall tw four year*. Th# #uer»aaor* tt pcoeeni and •üboeqtpenl larumhent* #tl#U be el»nl»d by th# etoctor# tt the whole atale qunl- Iflrd to vote for member# of th# Gene ral Aaaembl*. at t|># general dnll't held next pie.edlag the general rlectl m thrlr re# peel Iv# term*. Every vacaacy occuaioned by death, tealgnat'oa or oth er cauae shall In filled hy appointment of the Governor until the Brat day tt January after the general election hold next after ihe expiration tt thirty days ifruin the time such vacancy occurs, a* 'which election a successor tar the uriex plrcd term shall be elected: provided, that tta- aucceaaora tar all Incumbent# whose term* expire on or before the Brat day of January. !**». shall lie elec ted by the General Assembly at lta *ea ■lon for Itt*. tar the full term of four year*." Bee. 4. Re It further enacted by au thority aforesaid. That whenever ih# above proposed amendment* to th# Constitution rhatl be agreed to by two thirds of the members elected to esoh of the two house* of the General As sembly, the Governor ahall, and he Is hereby authorised nnd Instructed to cause said amendments to be published pi at least two newspapers In each con gressional district In this State for the ! period of two months next preceding I the time for bolding the next general election. Sec. 5. He It further enacted by the authority aforesald.Thnt the above pro posed amendments shall be substituted | for ratification or rejection of the elec tors of this State a|P the next general 'election to be held finer publication, as provided for In th#. fourth section of Gbis Act, In the several districts of the 'State, at which election every persm • shall be qualified to vote who is em>- tjßd to vote for member* of the Gene ral Assembly. All persons voting at sflld election In favor of adopting the proposed amendments, or either of them, to the Constitution of this State, shall have written or printed on their ballots the words: "For ratification of the amendment of paragraph 2 of sec tion S, article 6 of the Constitution" (for election of Judges of Superior Courts by the people). "For ratification of amendment of paragraph 3 of section 3 of article 6 of the Constitution" (for election of Judges of Superior Courts by the people), "For ratification of amendment of paragraph 1 of section 11 of article 6 of the Constitution” (for election of Solicitors General by the people). And all persons opposed to adoption of said amendments, or either of them, shall have written or printed on their ballots the words: “Against the ratification of paragraph 2 of sec tion 3 of article 6 o*, the Constitution' (against election of Judges of Superior Courts by the peopk#. "Against ratifi cation of the amendment of paragraph 3 of section 3 of tution" (against election of Judges of Superior Courts by the people) "Ag ainst ratification of amendment of par agraph l of section 11 ’of article 6 of the Constitution” (against the election of Solicitors General by the people). Sec. 6. Be it further enacted by the CALL PO* iufutii Brtwmg Co i KHfONT Hler N H'ta V * '*l u E r. J_.fi: OF GEOKOIA. Our Draught Beer Has None Superior. _tau. mil— AUGUSTA BEER. Herald Prize Letters From American Summer Resorts. . . . Tk* «•*»« i ilM* **4r will •>*»» A MrtH «f prtuea far tfc# ba*t (Him •rtiM from an Amaft- i ita faaiinf Haaart Tb#** lat* tm moat tt f«Mli)a4 u«“*»r • who 4a pluma and. a t\i Ik* I rumtawt b*« rkaaf Iha wk<4* aa rtaa <rUI b* auba ll.f te • roan. { pMMI anJ impartial roaniali aaltlaa for Ik. awarding «t , prtaaa. Tkt raal aama of tka j a ntar, aa *4l a* tl>« worn 4* t fluff, inutr awoapanj aark ■ lattar aaal la for f*Mk*ll«a, J for Ika purpoaa of Maallka- j flam. . . . C<mt**taat« mutt con fin* Ihalr i latlars In a r*A*oßabt* length ! Contestant* ml writ# a« man* ' lattar* aa tk*T trlak fnr tka frtif. but nt>* c««ila#taat c»* win only oa« of Ik* print. , , , Tk* Herald traala ll*a. sprighl ly. «na»lpy letlar*. and «h* prisa* will ka a war I*4 for Ik# b*at. moat Intarastlng and moat raadakla lattar* of Hummer Re aort Now*. Contest Closes Oct. I. FOR THE BEST I.BTTER »M » FOR THE ID BEST LETTER ... IS.M FOR THE ID BEST LETTER ... i.W The Happiest Families OF AUGUSTA ARE THOSE WHO USE Eagle Baking Powder, 25 Cents Found. DON'T CSE 19c. IS. Alum and Ammonia Bak ins Powder that kill your atom arh. DON’T USE | r.Oc, lb. Baking Powder*. whose price. according to price of mate rials today, la Juat twice too high. , Mk- Powder* kill your pocketbook. DPT EAGLB THe Howard & Willet Drug Company, make it. authority aforesaid. That the Governor be. and he Is. hereby author ised mid directed to provide for the submission of the foregoing proposed amendments to the Constitution of this State to a vote of the people as requir ed by the Constitution of this State In paragraph 1 of section 1 of uitiele I*. and by this Art: and If either bo rat ified, the Governor shall, when hr as certains such ratification from the Sec retary of State. ,o whom the returns shall be referred in the same manner as in case of elections for member* of the General Assembly, to count and ascertain the result, Issue his proclama tion for one insertion. In one of the daily papers of this State, announcing such result and declaring the amed inent or amendments ratified. Sec. 7. Be it further enacted by the authority aforesaid, That all laws and parts of laws in conflict with the Act be. and the same are, hereby repealed. Approved December 21, 1897. Now. therefore. I. William Y. Atkin son, Governor of said State, do issue this my proclamation declaring that the foregoing proposed amendment so the ■ Constitution is hereby submitted for ! ratification or rejection to the legal vo- I ters of the State at the general elec tion to be held Wednesday, October 5. 1999. W. Y. ATKINSON. Governor. By the Governor: F. B. 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F cVpRy ~| 11 »kl 24T • ** Nttvttnratth ! 4 4<* p fcONtt | JttckAnoviHtt- n ‘JR p tli tt ALWVIIi CAR mKKVKK d»ily p»i“«i|tr atarvir# f jiwr -ltt and N«w Y -rk. Jiott »T Aild .S»-M ttchinAtou ttnd > 4f—thwF**«»rtt Lteilt<id. s*olld VtttttibtUttd train with dinm* ottra «nd flrsr (*laim north of Chiriott*. I’ullmm drawing room slFepiiJ4rrttril»ofw#»« n Tftrnutt. .Ittokttnnvtlltt, Niffiimau. Wtttthlß«tton sad N>w Pallraan Bloopinf (’ar* (Tittrlof !• and Riohmond- Pullman drawing-room slfvpinr oara ba twitoin ixraenalioro and Norfolk ('loan conn®©* Hon at Norfolk for OLD POINT COMFORT, arriving th*r»* in time for breakfast. Solid tram, with Parlor between Charleston and Asheville. Nos. 35 and .4—C. H. Faat Mall. Through . Pullman drawing room buffet slfvping cars bo* i tween Jacksonville and New Yt*rk and Pull man sleeiJiag cars between ar i Char i loite. Pullman sleeping oars between Jack aunvillc and Columbia, en route daily between Jacksonville nod Cincinnati, via Asheville, i FRANK *. GANNON. J M. Ct’LP, ! Thirtl V P dt (4en. Mgr T. M . Washington W A. TURK. B. H. HARDWICK, i Q. P. A- Washington. G. P. A.. AilaatA. GEORGIA - - RAILROAD. (90th afeitdlan Tim#.) Schedule Effective April 24. 1891 I>uUm#n Sleepers between Macoo #nj New York. Through Pullman Sleepers between Au gusta and St. Louis. Lv Augusta ..I 7:05aml 3:2opm|lo:3opia Ar Atlanta ...!12:36pm! »:20pm| 6:OOam Ar Macao ....|U:l6*rn| I 4:45am Ar Athens ~..|l2:lspm| 7:3opm| i Ar Gaine«vlUe|*3:4spni| I Ar Whit# Pl'a|*l:oapm| I Ar Mill'ea’l# .|10:10am| I 4:3oam jAr Wash'ton ..|lo:loarni 7:lopm| Picayune train leaves Augusta dally except Sunday at 5:15 p. m., and ar rives at Mllledgevllle at 8:10 p. m. i Trains arrive at Augusta 6:14 a. m_ 7:45 a. m.. 1:20 p. m.. and 8:25 p. ra. A. G. JACKSON, G. P. A. JOE W. WHITE. T. P. A.