AND A HALF— N
w ith eleven
c«nU to »p«r« can bo bought
with tho mortiy that buyer*
of $6 Shoot uv< ovory timo
they purchftte « ptlr of El-/
wolf's or Crootott'i flnt thoot
OUR PKICE S 3 39 -s
too them in our windows.
Thty are boautioo.
846 Broad Street.
DR. HENRY Jf. CODIN.
acetylem: aas in wasajm.
Cly t* M* I I|k)r4 lit l
I or tIeUMr.
W*h**fc. I*4. B#p». ]* mm W#.
Iwsall lie ft rat Hfv to tie totkl to It
dtatin« nag of tieing tie fit »t tig Mod
by fa* Tw# l*(U?Alll8ftlWA
w.- - _ _ aw. *wa —. r-tatA *k„
Blf* A*W IT OS Kietl ww w w * •*»
and Wikwli Vail** Om
rwmpnnv aad Mr Knapp** a Ohicngw
I, _ , (l # m Aftt*
n*ta< g*» *rM*<n In** fea«* d*. M*4 «o
make t*a taper l*a*at ®f iWktm* a
mi, ta aappta «t mat gas vlth arttylm*
la all A* numerous eHlaa la «ba Indl
aaa ga* fMW where th* Dietrich *yn
dlraia baa a monopoly of lb* •uppl” i
of Batura! and artifk-tal pu Tba
change bar* *lll be a thorough on* '
4 heavy nit in rat#* *lil tollow tb*,
lot rod notion of tb* n** (a* and Pr*a
*..... r | f .k boo* * to displace not
oalp coal gaa but etectricPy ta ram !
ni#i < la I eccuanat!! ion The change la
to h* Hf*» ted at owed.
Alabama Negro Mtirdarcr to Fang
Birmingham. Ala . rt*pt ».-Tor tb*
an ond itm** ib* death eentencc *»»
y. aterday i>aaa*d upon Y. C Hugh*'**,
tbr'Miro murderer. and unles* Gov
ernor John*! on lnt*rf*r*a lb* amuroc*
of tb* law wilt b* rerrted out Novem
ber II next at high noon.
Hughe* was convicted in the criminal
Court of the murder of Lubi Kelly. «
nr gi n woman, at Btaoamac. In Ibt. at.'*
wa* aei)|enc*d t<> he hanged on Novem
ber *4 of the name year. An app-al w»*
taken to the supreme c-ourt. and in
fteptember. Hughe*, with four other
prisoners. made their eecape by rutting
through the roof of the Jail and let
ting themeelvea down with blanket*.
NoiijUif wh* ever I. .*ard of the fugi
tive until a few week* ago. wh.rt
Hughe* wa* arrested In Eaet Alabama,
living under an a**umed name. A me
nieeable trait in the negro which aroun
ed vuapielon and ultimately result d In
hi* rearreat wa* hi* quiet demeanor
and exceptionally good conduct. He
had married and alao became a dev.rut
member of the church, lived quietly at
hi* home and seldom ever allowed him
»*lf In any settled community- Inqui
ries wera made by the officer* of the
law and after some correspondence
with the sheriff's office In thl* city,
Hughe* was arrested and brought hack,
lie at first denied his identity, hut af
ter teeing fully Identified acknowledg
ed that he was the right man.
i IS IT WORTH
| ANYTHING TO YOU
Square, honest dealings,
prompt service, strict at
tention to your orders
and an earnest desire to
satisfy you, no matter at
Add to thie cur very
large and complete etcck
of Welches, Diamonds,
fine and medii.m grades
Jewelry, Sterling Silver
weer, Rich Out Claes, en
ables us to offer you ..in
ducements worthy of
! Wat. Mwiinrt & Cit.,
titHt> »N > Jt DUOMKNT
Wrcbl— Ciimpasy MgfcHawad Wp*
v«*m va •* bated
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11 WsiMto #fftssii to i A#B y v% M-W *
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i Ivti /totottto mml Mv ini tow
tot Jttotpfti. H I, •tots* to warm to'
I |ar!n Ills fsssilt *«i 4 to*rt tot Ms mm 3
toto ut rniMtoiatoii 4 ito Hat* IsJUtoJ j
j f-S 4 V fofftt, Haft I * f Alt' IS a*
! r> pmniii r> tpeMl'y tol totoH
i. MtfvtotlcNl ut • tot Idtoto. llmtoto
toto *«• to tott tto tutotoft vishi
tfttsi tMM toM vtKSt (ttof tod 4*tt» ■
; §si<is WMIt »«fti Wi»f% ••• AMTto
j sMirtly • «*»«»> to tto««to ttot ttorr
I «sshi s gnmif ff bss r * ttot tto t riMrttol
| f*«N* -"*f> eottkl lito to rstoto
Tto Cto ifto W II HM to ?
t ftfW Vtpnft<d Utot MltiMl ttoft tdilps
j aaa impirlHa. but Mr Hobaaa bad a
1 lotip talk *Hb tb* bea t of tb* WHa
-1 |.aa* «*apt Marrtlt and coavtarcd kirn
j that tb* work rowld be done gad u
1 wag aadrcicuud that a evsatrarl bad
' h*«a anew for tb* fatalaa as tl>* Cabm
I >ed fbat Mr Hc tmap bad air bag* aad
* inatumu ready tar tb* work
(haaodora Wat mm expiaiMd (hat
| tb# Colon lie* aioioat eiMtty «a b»r
j h*an» *ada wftb a larp* portMß of b*r
I Irsgtb protrudteg over d<#f> a-atar.
fib* ha. beea pronounced structural It
tatart baring received ao fatal la>
I jyrtea to bev bull, aod It la rathe* a
1 frat of eaglneerlng than tba work of
! „ wrecking master to right, twtar her
arouo4 astf ftvf bff btioynßry tootiff!)
! Ml that she can be Boated into a ptoce
Have Yow a Sob. Brothrr
| Husband or lover In the Army or Sa*
I vy * Mall him today a IS rents package
r-f Allen’s fvcH-Rtir. a powder for the
feci. All who march, walk or stand
I r.cc-,| It. It cure# arhMig. tired. Mte.
swoileß sweating feet, and make* hot.
tight «>r new shoes easy. Feet c*n’t
I Mister, get nor* or eallou* where Alien’*
I Foot-Kane t* used ta.sno teattmonials.
I All diuggist* and ah«»e store* sell It
jftsmple sent FitEK Address Alien B.
Olmsted, I* Roy. N T.
TO kl-CLAIM aoo.ooo.
It VYonld Produce 50. 000,000 Bushels
Moron, Oa.. kept. 2*. Between Ma
j coo and How ktnsvllle lie atMiut SOO.isio
j scree of sw amp land*. The soil lieltig
alluvial. I* moat productive. I'lacn It
II nm and cotlun and othc*r Ibing* will
] i.rcjw moat luxurloualy. Of this fruitful
section Macon la the natuial commer
I Sup|Hi*o It should Ice well drained,
j and a grand canal cut through. *0
i that the danger of overflow should be
! minimised and the whole region plant
j i-d in corn. How many bushels w ould
It produce? Some of the farmer* in the
region, taking chance* a* to overflow
and standing water, now raise from
seventy-five to one hundred bushels to
1 hi- acre. At this rate, taking the
maximum. 20,000,000 bushels could be
produced with Mxi-on a* the natural
Thlß would add very greatly to the
business of the city.
But with these lands drained and a
canal cut through utillariK the Ocmul
gee river, when possible, and shorten
ing distances, there is an immense
amount of hard and *uft timber, oy-j
press, cottonwood, gum. hickory, black j
walnut, poplar, oak. and other varieties
I that could be floated right off the
hanks of the river and capnal, to say
i nothnlg of the ullllxatlon m the creeks.
I “Mat-on business men.” said a prom
inent eitlsen yesterday, “should see to
it that these swamp I: nds arc reclaim
ed and that suc h a system of drainage
and canalization be instituted as would:
I make these 200,000 acres with their tim
i her and field pnxSucts contributory to]
the commercial and industrial life of
I the city. We could actually live off
these swamp lands If we would under
take their scientific reclamation. The
hctler they are drained the better for
the general health. A swamp Is
a blessing if the people know how to
deal with it. These 200,000 acres would'
not need fertilization for many years.
It would be well for the Legislature tn
pass an enabling net *0 that bond*
might be lasted fur canal und drainage
purposes. The Increase of taxable val
ue* would bo very great.”
Finest and freshest table butter al
ways on hand at Laiukin & Co.’s.
When a chameleon is blindfolded It
loses ail power of changing its color
and its entire body remains of a uni
form tint. .Ml «*•-». a
# rl| AUOPBTA HlPit ALP.
I Ut* ItoitUtjtitt |l tto j
#tttoi Mi! Ik tt§4 blBMNfc
to toto to MMawfet (ffflto Im*| to*
mm 4*«to Itototoi*
pr tip* f vsuM wf IMM(w*®* wM* *
*to ** Wbp* ****'-R*
#Mto# ito to*to* to to 4to,|
I to' Ito** • -tototo to ttto *ilto l* •to*- I
*mm Ito to* toto* toto to to** towto* |
futo'-* to to*’* '*4 ftVMH IM* to* 8 * to to * |
* to M II U tto«to tto
to toiANm * rtHßHirto toINN4 to (
•to toto ito* to toton-Mf
toW wltoto to In# to IT*
AltoMtf • toft itoto tot* tototoi l
81 Ito to
mill Mtooto ft toil ft* 111 to
of leamisg I* that of the Y M. C. A .j
skill Will Ope* October I This ta a!
»<• tialxrr Pm Imb ••»# ••"•■J
'.«g« o* the Y M, C. A., the trhoßl.
will nri Kiih b large a I mniiscf. Aai
! able turps us lutrseion hae h#*-n *a
: gaged, aad will awke tb* ia»titutk> a I
• ucer •• Prof. I L Oahora* the prta-1
ripal of Oaßorae'* Hwllieu C«dlege «!’l|
[he pctaelpal'Yjf the arhooi. aad w IT he
aevkffod hy Prof* O. P- Bu»l*r and!
(Alex Whitney ,
Thear night schools ar* tree* so alt ]
-»h<> may Mrs to attend, ao watt oil
j fr ad* stand* not in th# way of gain
, ing an education In Augomn
•varsity hen united.
; Th*y lisped to Have a I in* season *
Work Ihla Yanr.
Atb#na. <** . 8«q)t 2*. The colic**
! hoy* are pulling together more hrtr-
I moaiouslr this aewnon than last and
| it I* *xp*ct*d tt will msult In a eerie*
:of victor!** for baseball aad football
tram*. More Interest, 100. '.a being ta
ken in th* I lies ary *ocl*tlm. while lire
j two college publication* have the
strongest talent In the make up of
th*lr respective worker*. The flrtt
Issue of the college weekly. Red and
' Black, will appear Saturday and the
monthly magaiine, Th* Georgian, will
appear next week.
The Dillard Drug company Ira* been
I placed In ihe hands of a receiver. Dr.
E. R. Klnnebrew being the receiver
The assets are J7.4W1 and liabilities
about IS.ttOO. The concern will pay
Th« ’varsity football team play
their first game in Athena on the Bth
of October, when they meet Clemson
a .k. jr Tim Ami Yitt Hun limit Bougtit
ROME’S BUCOET OF NEWS.
A Big Flour Mill Will Soon Be Started
Rome, Ga . Sept 29. Rome capi
talists, headed by John Ramey, will
build a hundred-barrel-per-day Tour
mill here. It will also grind five
hundred bushels of meal per day. Th*
latest improved machinery will be
put In. and it will be a model mill.
Rome enjoy* the same milllng-ln-tran
sit freights as does the city of Chatta
John L. Seay of Rome returned last
night from San Francisco via New Or
j;ana. He had a thrilling experience in
getting through the qoarantine, and
was for twenty-four hours without any
The Floyd county democratic execu
tive committee will meet on Saturday
to appoint workers to get out the full
Only steel lined and burglar proof
rates used. Money loaned on anything
c? value at a low rate of interest. Wa- j
terbury alarm clocks, 75 cents. Lewis
Schaul. Reliable Pawnbroker.
Catholic Orphanage Complete ’.
Washington. Ga., Sept 29. The
Pill liolir"orphanage, which lias just
been finished, will be (brown dpen to
visitors on Tuesdays and Wednesdays
of each week, it will tie opened for tire
first lime Tuesday.
i Nazareth lias three hospitals, seven
donvente and twelve schools under Eu
to to | III s |t% KtoVto
r-4fptlM| fff MR*** •' -># » c - -V
*ar* sßeer A* ting up >« OttMLAtt.
i tltttde’ «f>er eh- viM cal* took after lb*
|tu<ky hunter ’..unit ll«M* la «*d Bpan
I iilspiriTT the >• P rnv< ’ ,(u> *
I ||j # hand IHa 1 fork* the rmdir t* the
A limit* 1 Orvtom &*» ••**•» ktnAiy rs
( 11 vftl lit j4i».liß ,**ii ■1s1?. in it It* IN** A*
I evitable la happily m l regarded a* a
j■ appal .divine- Ip that ■■• marry.
fine of Ihe plank* In the New Turk
I ifa i.iii.ii itn uiiifitrtii at farst'ica wai:
AVe dei la re In favor of the re|«.thm of
ith«* l*t>illt»«plc%«N» Nitil Mr«ln«t th** t •»urn
L Hpain of any maguerml laadw”
Among other ep.mun.glng algn* of re-
Ifnrrti In Cutai la (he fact that Blaa-u
| has mopped bomha*tl. pns'la-
InutUon* to the people. How he ever
1 aareeeded In ovenomlag that babli I*
a bi r atery
The Marla Ti-raa 1* worth ten lime*
iimre money than It coal thla govern
ment to eink all h«w aleler vr**el» The
oegl time she get* into a scrap *iie will
j give a belter ao-ont of hereelf. Whv
ie>t send her over to Manila?
It I* said that more than lO.Oim Span
iard* now living In Porto lilco refu*<- to
remain th-rc under Ameilcan author
ity uud will return In H|*ln. Thl* *r
rangement will eult lincb- Hum luet aa
well a* If he had planned it himself.
Keierhaxy. who rerenty ronfeaaad
that he forged the most im|»>rtant of
the documents In th- ennsplraey
I against Irreyfua. now denies that he
did anythin* of the kind. That fellow
t* obvlouay mor«- kind* of a villain than
any other man in France.
LI Hung Fhang. who wa* deposed
from office only « few wee! a ago. la
again high In favor and may presenty
be the biggest man In Thin* The one
noticeable thing about thl* smooth old
atatesman is th«t no matter how often
h“ is thrown downatalr*. he always
ulighta on his feel.
“The old definition of an ambusaartor
was that he was sent to lie abroad for
the good of his country; well, We have
changed that, and at the present time
It !* clearly the duty of an tunbamia
dor to hold his tognue abroad for the
good of hi* country,” *«ld Whltelaw
Held of the peace commlaalon at Pari*.
A real duel hrt* been fought on the
stage of a Lo* Angeles theatre by Ed
ward M. Bell, nm- of the most tab-nte-1
actor* on the Anti l lean etage, iiut who
w ill get drunk. . ,
Bell fotgot hi* liner, fought the duel
erenc like a maniac and spoiled a first
night. I! 1* raid that h“ wa* once en
gaged to marry Mi»* Fiance* Fotsoin,
now Mr*, drover Cleveland.
The Intrepidity, us the Derviahe* »t
the battle of Omdurmati wa* something
wonderful. They were ehaolutey fear
le»*. The London Mall *(ty» “iitiallv
n<it more than three of It* defender*
were left, and thev linked arm* that
they might die together while lighting.
'J’wo of the three were *hot, whereupon
the one survivor, flourishing a apear,
advanced aguinHl 11 thousand tlfle*.
To Whomilt Hay Concern.
I liave been it. the drug business for
twelve year-*, and during that tithe have
Bon,] nearly allfjhe rough medicine*
manufactured; .and from my personal
knowledge of srioti remedies, I *ay that
Chamberlain’s Cough Remedy gives
better satisfaction than any other on
the market. -w. M. Terry, Klkton. Kjr.
S.dd liv AlexantV-r t>rug and Scr-d Co.,
C. it.'parr of 'licit Tower Drug Store.
frt~*tT M (RMNi <mMs to
tlf, sag 1 iriian —■—f ** «•» MMiM *
m* A Iks* A «MtoSito
Tito tov tototoM m MtotoMtot to 8 rwr ]
I a$ ft to 8 4totowffto
! 4 lrs <mi Ito toft to Ito totopto <to
imsbM* M> m HW'hM BS« b* lYfetMe j
SAVA HR 15 IU.IND
M C l»H R» Cared by a* Op*Olsß
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NyfttlMMl ftttol MBMI ¥**■
mm, ctofHtto* 4!«fN«««4 •to <ni !
I dfAH tot mrf anw4 ito wm atH*
TA tto IMiftar to Tto ttomto Mi -
I Ttolft* rm A** IA A** tout ltß MR A Alllß
• pm*r togra. Mtto »Mfc m tAtarArt aa |
I Inlt Ifft. CAIMto bf ’ 'IAfA ffftt Ha
•totrlito aM IA (to itop* to or
ftMwl I mm* MNitif to gif* ttA fwi't
I ia ito Aoctf Ha# Nrtfc#fAnf* to ao#
! i oiihScf |( «tol to to aa Aaity ao to*
I Una Ia (to** QAito Nlag |nii ia tto
j mud pumthle use ll* <UMaw be raa
|h* mnd but I bat lb# 4w on tai l do
It BitlHMit par. N»w. b aeemt wrrl-
I bit that a*< —-g ah)* MM prrenn
I shall walk hta lifetime la darkaea* tar
I the waal of a Is* dollar*, aad smtls
llt aui mlound lo aa oraliat’s baser
I aad itnrr arere be snrr .narnl la sat b
I a tbtag?
I aa. ealMlag vaur help la thl*
■ an**. The Kvi n.ng Herald seewa to b*
*u<h a fa. tor la ibis runasaitr I
IMblah the hoy inearly a taui said bit
u*in*- was Briggs Taylor. Pl«a*e do
■ mmi.<thing la sour oaa good way for
this poor creature aad you shall al
ways retain a* a friend
This ta not tb* only ..Mamuak-athMi
at this bind that ha* beea received and
an inquiry was immediately made-Tbe
rlty ha* been overrun with vagabond*
■of all desrrlptlona. Many persons nor
at all maimed are telling talc* of woe
aad getting money, (ithen. hav* de
liberately burned their limb* with add
and told of aonie arc d*nl to keep from
A n»an aneweriag to the description
of the one referred lo la the letter ba»
been taken up several times bi’ the
poilre. He saya hi* home I* in Edge
field. He has been helped on hi* way
Th* hospital take* all eases that
com* to them and If the negro can t>*
cured aud will solicit their aid. he will
be taken care of. In all probability,
he has nol tred to gel assistance, or.
ir so. has applied to the wrong author
Whenever a ease like thl# I* seen It
should be sent to hospital aod If the
person refute* to go, the rase should
he reported to the police authorl
Capl. Harris Has Been Promoted to
Succeed Frank Uordon.
Macon, Oa . B*pt 29. A private
letter received here slates that Captain
Harris, one of Ray’s Immune*, ba*
been commissioned « major to succeed
Major Frank Cordon, resigned. Major
Harris distinguished hlm*elf at the
Macon bar by his connection with the
The infant daughter of Hr. Monk,
chief of Macon’s Fire Department, died
Macon Ixrdge of Elks will take
charge of all property und assets of
the Commercial Club on Saturday, and
lire latter club will then go out of ex
istence. It ha* long bepn identified
with tlie social life of Macon, but the
Elk* propose to huid up a club that
■v if I more than take Its place in the
Stands are being creeled In various
parts of the city for the purpose of
the carnival on Ihc 11th of October to
the ltth. The big stand for Living
Flag will crown Coleman’s Hill, and
boxes and stands will be built on va
rious street corners for the accommo
dation of the sightseers. Ladies’ as
sociations are arranging to run res
taurants and eating places during tire
carnival so as to make money for in
stitution* anil causes to which they
give tlreir time.
A negro li.-ii-l.man slabbed a member
of the First Georgia three times Tlie
soldier may die.
Tlie resldenee of W. H. Opry, a for
mer slier!lT or Bibb, wish badly damag
ed by fire.
We have the finest selection of Teas
In the elty. Prices are right, too. Lam
kin & Co.
ALL READY R)R SCHOOL
For the Boys!
•to** in Ato to# 8 *a» #i*a*to *mmm «M m* mm (to* <*> <iiA§>
— turn* tlf . «mb trill Wt* tof» *A# !•# Awn# AMU*#:
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- • rwM t AnMI mmm i aAMMA *
lAil i jgrtr to tto tfttototo Aito to tto mmm
a toMat m maa mm* tm *mmm* to to awni tot «t.tto to toto
§ttot(to|d«BßitoißiA|fttoi»to ttoto ito toto Mama
n umi ii imhi Mto S AAi i
mtr*m ttoMI 8 fA ft A #aa#a
ttto m,n iitTfrTlA* Utlt iH# Bto to fltot Atolftl#
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J. B. WHITE & CO.. CloUtill Dwnmi
.tut: NWIMr fftMrtl—-
(in. Mil 1 IBM
*o* IWOAO stbi i t,
Th* last. but on* of our ••ml-annual Ch»llon|f
Sales will b* crowned with an array of bantam* such
at any store may ba proud of. Somr of the Special
valuatara tha ratuitt of our own afforta carefully
Planed for tha occasion ma n y waaks «*.O. Oth*r«. wa
ara frank to confess, are rather accidental, merely
attributable to our ability to taka quick advantage of
the mexnected turns the markets taka at times. All
in all It Is a wonderful collection of choice Shoes that
will be sold at our new store this week for
Fifteen different styles In Ladies’ Low * nd H***
Shoes and eight different styles of Men s. .
These are genuine bargains purchased by our Mr.
Couley while In the East.
Agents for Hanan & Son. Stacy Adams & Co.,
Edwin C. Burt and Ziegler Bros.
>Ut I A
JJT ExP fRT
If you .ant two thing*, the highest #*U»ftrtlo« eng a aavlngof money, luat
I make y..ur*«|f oft* ~f „ur customer*. W# van furnieh rider• with bicycle#.
I 100, and th* beet in ihe market at 'h«t The reoent » per cent reduction
! «u a quarter hit. hut h#rt'i a |>roc«**#h*A of hoitu* rufi»: Columl»lM, moilel
( gji un. and y..ur lest rheme to get thl* popular model at any I*ll*. W# hav*
three shop worn tonly) model 4«. ladie*’. we will let go at ♦*> *• On* iadler
Hartford at Hi.kO and ladle* Vedette at 135 MO. ladiee' Jill at W«. and for
boy* and non there l* nothtng on the market to compare «lth th* Keidal
epe< lal at 125 on and Ihe Jack at »2* W: aeeond hand Cl* vela nds, Bam bier*,
t 'rescenrs, Ml. urn* Victor*. Eldredg* and Kacyrlc*. from *l2 0# up, all Al
...lidlllon, and we let them go at any old price—Urey .lid not coat any
thin*, were given lo u* by people who "anted to ride the STANDARD
WHEEL OF TIIE WORLD, and only sold In Augusta at
DEVENEY, HOOD & CO
f DOORS, SASH AND BLINDS, S
\ K —Rough and Dreßst4~~N ?
i YELLOW PINE LUMBER <
S AND MILL WORK °* DI‘CHII’TION. Y
7 Factory and Saw Mill cquip|.*d with latest improveiueut*. und V
C tlon thorottjth tn svery department. Full line ... .lock, and prompt ship- 1
? nients assured. Frio**, Catalogue*, *lc., upon Application. V
; Perkins Manufacturing Company, imsta, GaJ
Coal, Wood and Cedar Posts
Blackjack Wood Sawed . • • . $3-!>0 per Cord
Good Dry Fine er £ on j
Good Dry Fine, long, . • • $2.7? per Cord
Special prices on three Cords or more, ,
Best grade Jellico and Hard Coal, including the celebrated
Indian Mountain, at lowest prices-
R. H. SIKES, 904 Marbury Street.
Stronger Then. 740 Bell Then* 2151.
<•« 4 M M Al.
Him I lAfHiV