ON THE STREET
ummmi Atm fill ts«
y»* 9*m§ m+* 9m I»IM| •
I All 111 U RORAs
TMr sMistog I m Ik* I rnprree at
Austria K«tdl* Ulktr luMaut
Tlf rrnarliiblf display of IN *•-
fora «r)iU h aaa nhiffi irt ia iffftal
• wurlil** at Europe httlWm oar t»«n
aad Mmwip MMNftfk aa* <wrttllp
brtiilaal ta Hvl'irrlaM mi iHi P'rMiy
sight a fra Noun Nfloft lh# anwri
aailna of lb* Kmpro* of AlMri*.
MrgH. write* a •MFHNMNMMMMt. to fwr
matt another aad moat turluw fatftll
f!t« nl of aa aac rat brliof, forafrljf
universal all all ow Europe la oar
at ht* bn! known poems Ajlona dr
i rrlbn ikor “frarfal light*" tbr
northern itrratarro'* - *Mfh nlwny#
portend the ftue of "kins* and hr-
Thr coincidence ,* more rwaarfca
blr aim r the H«f phraotnrna omirr
rd on the BtghU ptecadlng the deaths
of the Emperor Wl.Ham I of Germany
and of the late Kmperor Frederick.
The magniflrent display* of tbr au
rora that occurred Immediate!;' liefora
the loiitlr of Sedan, and
just before rhe capitulation of Parle,
are matters of history as they arte
a rung the Wort splen sid witnessed
during the prraeal century. The lat
ter especial!*' caused no little conster
nation upon the overwrought nerve* of
the besieg'd Inhabitant* of Paris, who
imagined that the blood-red glow that
filled he sky van due to the Prussian*
having burned their hlsior'e town and
palace of Versailles. So many other
inrtanees of the remarkable coinci
dence can tie alted that one is Inclined
to wonder especially In the ver?
numerous cases in -.vhlch they have
p:reeded a great crime or a great po
litical convulsion whether the mag
net Ic effect of the sun'a .'pot?, which
a! vay* produce aurora In our material
atmosphere, can hv seme unknown
means extend to the complex organ
ism of human nerves and mind, and
produce a perturbation that leads to
ci Use or some drsperaie »oiltleal ven
The Idea is perhaps not so absurd as
It might seem, Tor the connection, es
pecially among the excitable l-attn ta
res. between an abnormal rise In tem
perature due to the same cause and a
great inctease of crime and silicide Is
Our goods bought light and wc sell
them right. Lamkin & Co.
MULCTED THE HONGOLIAN.
lie Sold Wine to a Negro on Sunday
and Trouble Ensued.
Valdosta, Oa.. Sept. 30. —■ A China
man named Joe Lee was fined *23 in
the mayor's court yesterday, for sell
ing intoxicants on Sunday. lx>e was
not operating a blind tiger exactly,
but wa* selling cld4r or some home
made wine wtjjch put bad notions in
the heads of the negroes who bought
it from him. One of the negroes,
Vandrr Griffin, got drunk on Lee’s
beverage, and shot a cow which was
loitering around his place, though not
in his yard.
Wm. T. Stead, the famous English
editor, says, referring to the Invasion
of Paris, by the American Peace Com
mission: “It is a pacific invasion, no
doubt, but the invaders are bent, If
not on conquest and annexation, at
least upon appropriations and an ex
tension o£ their borders.”
t «-> •i» to fit ft WftfttktA
IT*Ar-giving cjualilk** of o«»r BHom thai ft sh« point wo rm strung In. A F#w Quotations to aorvo as point##*. „ SM
*#•> tlftT * tO ■*#» 90 lsPO' ftMht & ft 900* 88 #*#B*
r* «l mm* pm# mm •*%**» ****** ***** €949 **** •$ 9m ***
f'Vt- - ia iM, ritrf ijr IS til iff' ftgOOO ttoto# pi* * #s#s **9*****
«**»• |»-.«w «« ft* rnmnm ft- mm I* ft* *, +m* Iwkkt »to mm m* |
m fttg Sri 88# # »gQlpOfi. Hut #•*** * s* 881 881##*
Oon't fall to sen window. There .re many t>o.«.bf u l Tin and Black Kid Shoo* for Gant* and LsdlM v-" M»ny as thaawafi tea*
RICE & OOONNOR SHOE COMPANY
TWO 834 Broad Street. Name Acroe9 Sidewalk TW O
STORES 722 Broad Street. Opposite Monument STORES
fist sf«n»t jMioopa |i»fttt»« *4 fa
Hionit mm tit* Uifl*
j Hunt $ C 9*9* ss. Tm* *%**■•
tlMg, ft tft t» M tit >*t $p sß# t s< -
I ft, gtl as ofctrll 488 $64 • r*#4f BMf*
!■ k«t W atw fw bmm «*•*
•mipttr»R Ml# pta* N for oorfc smotl
faripor to rotor im s«•* orlgli*o*
•tmot IW nrstrs o*tt (rttr tlo
S,IW ptmti t* of (asws. Krrfi tormlf*
Iff* tf>m, ohirb opftt poppljr on ißstd
••rr of ffgi lUlrr nor tntw otrory
I tarn jrnof*. f hMk •!!! iff r* • supply
lof tmrsr* Kr* p two (Bolno cows,
*«bt<~'6 will supply pkNßts of milk *fi4
jbottrr Th* asst taiportoot na(t«t of
•!! Is whrsi plsntlog. whir*. l»r br
Hrsrs ran br McrritfuMf •■*nwloo:r«|
[by Wot frrtmsln* Ibr l»t>4 too rlrhll
■ H. attrihutra past failure* to too mark
A much e«tem«.l Met hod tat clergy,
man of thta place la of the oplaloa
that the lyeglalalure should paae a pm
'blhltlon law, e»*a though Ita enart
bimbi will fall to prohibit. He bellevea
that ia the mind* of ataey voters la
the recent prlmarte* there waa a de
' elded mtaußdenrtandlng of the arord
prohibitloe as applied to ihellguM
,r iffle Hi* conatruction of th* word la
that It doe* not mean to prohibit men
i from drinkit.g liquor, hut to prevent
! th- legal aale of the same aa a bever
age bv tbr Mate, county of lodividual.
He think* that H would be utter folly
’to endeevr rto prevent men by law
train Indulging. hMlevfng that ao long
!na the article la tnarufartured men will
drink to exrea*. diagram themaelva*
and their famil ea. bring aorrow to the
world, comm t crime, of bloodshed and
fill drunkard*' grave.. Hot. ootwlfh-
Handlng title Inherent or acquired love
of the dlatllled corn. rye. apple or
prneb. ibis rlfrgyman thinks that the
proud old Palmetto Slate should staud
i p for ihe right principle by (Missing n
law of prohibition, even though many
dollar* In ri venue would to? loat there
by, and at least discourage this root of
Mr*. F. C. Stoppelbeln returned to
her home in Oharleoton laat week, af
ter a month * visit to relative* here
County Treasurer I. A. Connor w-ill
begin .he collection of tax"* on Octo
ber 18, the books remaining open till
.December 31. Persons desiring the
1 statements should enelose a stamp or
postal in thrlr letters for reply,
i Superintendent S. H Fit.* *viM hold
1 » r) examination of teacher* in his of
fice here on Oct. 21
i Mr. T. P. Weekly, wlio was so
' verely injured in the hip last April by
jn runaway team, ia sufficiently recover
ed to walk on crutches. He was here
vial.tug friends yesterday.
Dr. Henry Hoover, of Ridgeway, is
is visiting his relatives here for a few
Miss Addle Dowling lias returned to
the Greenville Raptist Female College
The Rev. W. H. Dowling, Just, from
OkatL. reports the destruction of sev
jenty-four houses in that, section by (he
, heavy storm of last month, and that
: the damage to property generally sur
: passed the storms of 1593 and 189 G.
Mr. Theodore Malphrus and Miss
j Bertha Davidson wcer murri -d, at the
residence of the bride's parents, on the
| 2l,ih Inst., the Rev. W. H. Dowling of
-1 delating. The happy couple were at
i tended by several handsome young la
dles and gentlemen.
Misses Alma Johns and Ida Corbett
have returned to Wlnthrop college.
Excursion to Atlanta
Saturday. Oct. 1, by Sixth
Georgia Regiment Band.
Two days in Atlanta to see
the soldiers. Fare $1.95.
*r»IJQ AUOUBTA WLWm**.X<X>
Our Ads Are Practical, Chock Full of Com
mon Sense, Brief and to the Point
a i oMiiit nm
IN 3*l*l to to* ■«>*» *•* to***
torn 3 tor*
8$ **■* ft m iftft wit -
RMMPbiw4i tm» tlNtt t%v tP*st hm \
tt ft MfT' it til bw ftfftk«Nl %m pwfw $ bpßal'
Ml) * ibw fjitfib wt tbw !
at (If p a wf fit Hit w t ******** -
Tb* %r y 'm* VHlt fKfwtMN 1 9bwi • '•
• atoll m jgn-f l fuf bnt flTif P* l *** tluftl ;
» Taiil |to» * ttgiH-:'# 9*o ** to /to* to.ftfl.
It 1- to |«N, ***** *a4l
j 4 AtoMf ft *ms « $ Mil ***** C9ts
at tilt’ll' ri *** w#b#B tw 4 t*m W$ tb# i
_ | g-mgt f-mt toJi gitont wl ******* '
, f A )k If Ni
1 »r- It*# totofti *.f fMiftRRAb *m*W '
•rnrto * trri tw «9tlf tVKV bn -<WMI wt
’% fr-aik W«l» wb«t V |lfr«Wl*W < **W) ** ]
MlTtbai tk* < tong* will h* atotol to]
-w f totrrowd* Out t» |bwi
will tat# * ffmi 4**l mi Hi f##!••*
n*f*w Hf+t* I* ttt fwv«ir of lb# ;
la bln aawttal rtwiwrf wf |IK bt mM
. ,k. rihnnlliin Wbi»* rrHll4tflit
|b# ytuiitrr of lto«Ulatlaw. I would r#
«t. 4 tb*l tb# iwroiiiltti wdaitwt#*
t rat km formulal# and drait * bill, to
tw tntnwtur*4 at th* a<-*« tamUm of
! ib« gea*ral aaarmhly. provtdiag to
an cm-lon of he term of th* mnyor
htrraftrr t« ftiwr f** f». add to r#wd# f
l in rtrltrlldß I WWttld
111*0 l»w iiwf ' '
Adllnr iito that tb# n#
further irrandrd ao that at tb# #n*w)ns
r|i# #!#rtk»fi alt aldmuan b# #bwa#w
for four vram and alt for tarn y#wra. I
Tbla XlMfl tb# ritft wt •» tl»#a
ih# a#rv!r#W of alt rtf#rirnod aldrr
m. n Tb# b#w#ftta from th#*- rb>Bß
obrbitta »non ah In *w* opinion tb
r*»* ofiumid th# *»»****t#d kfbb*.
IT MAH BEEN Pt’LLT demonntrat
«t that Ely'* Ctwm Balm I* a »t»cetfl#
for Naaal Catarrh and Cold In th*
Head. Thl* distinction ha* t-e> - n achlay
ed only a* the iv*ult of continued *we.
ceaaful uae. A morbid condition of lh*
membrane In the na«al pa*a«ge» can
l» cured by thl* purifying and healing
treatment. Hold by druggtat* or It will
he mailed for M cent* by Ely Brother#.
3* Warren street. New Vork. tt spread#
over the memhrranr. Is almorhed and
Score* on Diamond* ot the Big League
National League score* yesterday
R. H. B
Boston *4 1
Philadelphia --• 10 14 5
Batierlea—Kloltedan*. Lfwi# and
Bergen: Orth and McFarland. I’mplres
Andrev* and Brown.
R. H. E.
Brooklyn 1 * 1
Batteries Maul and Robinson;
Smith and Ryan.
It. H. K.
Cleveland J to 22
Clnconnatl - h ■*
Batteries —Voting and Crlger; HIH.
Damman and Wotwi. Umpires Eraslle
R. H. E.
Chicago 10 10 3
R. H. E.
Washington 12 12 0
New York 1 ® “
Batteries —Baker and McGuire; Hey
mour and Warner. Umpires Snyder
Standing of clubs In the National
Club. W. L. PrC.
Boston 93 A 3 -074
Baltltnore US 18 .*,47
Cincinnati 83 ~7 -999
Cleveland 77 *>o ..,*>2
Chicago 78 154 .->49
New York 72 (57 .518
Philadelphia 69 63 .515
Pittsburg fi 7 71 .486
(.OUisvillc 64 74 .464
Brooklyn 50 80 .385
Washington 46 92 .333
St. Louis 36 99 .267
Say, you? with an ap
petite ; we are after you.
Mrs. Bell of Savannah, who has
been visiting Mrs. Frank Petite, left
today for Savannah.
$ fttfnf Wm Wf t.# jin# |hfai ***** bt## 1 90 900*0* 9 ! ' l,l **§ b#sW ***M *'
I *-*o*o*9 ** m&4 *& •# mm* *****
mmm i 9m ***9 * *m* •#$!«•- *m 90** ibsa o***.. m ***** *****
%ot*9ott *9*** z 94+** s#•■#««s *nt9«mmm 9*90 8) s•##** to# 9mm * ill w <o*
tab* fMw * 9*o* 00*9 0*09009?* 90 9* *B# **#»•'• *9o9*o* 900* »•**
IN ASOCIAL WAY
JKALOt’ttT. t fttoM th«u wert • *•**.
a ltd I • tr**-.
That wto* I died Hum.
pm. might ** to* with
11 vau M Hutu wert tbr earth aad I th*>
' Tb#t If Ml Iftftil srfp fjurfklk4. tbft
rt«p sbrrr run
* I ••mid Hum wert a *tar, and I a H«ad.
That I, "hen dead, might alnd thee
In ftt)r ibrqai.
Hut, oh. ta think that thou nuty *t llva
May nt lt*r and lore again—when I am
' -CABBIE BLAKE MOHGAN. tn Ortn
• • •
ARMY AND The railed meeting
, NAVY LEAGtrE. «f the Army nod
t Nary lettfur, thl# momlng.to mnh— nr*
i tangement* for the luncheon to the re-
I turning toddler*, waa well attended,
j The huatoeaa of the meeting wa* r»m
diU'ted bv Mra. Cnrndl, the grvrtSrnl.
which wa* principally the final ap
! | mint men t of commit tee# These com -
f mil tee* were published In full in ye*.
tenter's Herald, hul a few change#
jwere made today, owing to the declin
ation „f aomeigf the ladle* to serve
Mr*. Jame* U. Jacltaon will take Mta*
1 Ad#le Verdery'* place to aollett In
Mr* W. B Young will take the place
of Mr*. J*me* Botbwrll
Mr*. I. !.evy and Mia* Hattie
Huller will h*- requealed to fill the vn
• anctr* left by the resignation of Mr*.
Shaver and Mr*. N K Butler.
Mr*. A. G Jackaon and Mi*. T.
! P. Bran, h will fill the place* „f Mr*.
Burke Hhewmake and Mr*. J. C.
These committee* will begin tomor
, row amt ennvaas the city. It may not
; tw possible for ths ladle* to #ee ev
eryone. and they earnestly re,pleat that
everyone who finds It possible to do
I*o, will make a voluntary contribu
tion of cooked food for the luncheon. [
'a# a large amount will be nec?*#arv to!
feed 350 men.
j It I* Impossible a# yet to tell when
'the soldier# will arrive, but the pub-j
I lie I* urged to watch the dally paper*!
for the necessary Information. If It I*l
annum - d they will arrive Tue*dav|
morning, for instance, it l# naked that
contributions be *ent to the commtttrej
in charge at the Armory Monday af-|
Any desire I Info, (nation will be
gladly furnlsh-d by Mr*. Carroll. Mr*.
Bryan Cumntfng, Mr*. O. H. Cohen.
Mr*. Wi. A. Latimer, Mra. G. R
Algo or Mi#* Belle Wulsh. the officer#
of the Army «u<l Navy league.
» « •
QUITE A -Mr. and Mrs. George
COINCIDENCE. Nathaniel Clirxon,
the next viceroy and vicereine of the
Empire of India, will be more at home
In their official residence at Calcutta
than any other Engllahmun and his
wife could be. Government Hou*'\
which I* the official title of the massive
I Tb- which I* to be their home In In
dia for the next five years. Is a repro
duction of the ancestral English home
of the Curacn family, Kedleaton Hall.
When Lord Wellesley, afterward the
Duke of Wellington, vns sent )>y the
British government to represent the
King yif England at Calcutta, he car
ried \\dth him pleasant Impressions of
the country seat of Baron Scarsdale,
which is Ihe title of the peerage borne
by the Curzon family. The viceroy llk
ea the place so well that he decided to
build an Official residence after plans
of Kedleston Hall. This was nearly 100
years ago—in 1799. The architects ahd
builders sent from England reared, in
the outskirts of the Indian eapiial, a
duplicate of the English home so far
as the main building and its wings arc
concerned. Mr. and Mrs. Curzon spend
much of their time at Kedleston Hall.
f m • • tv*toft', t it? s-t-rtps • i* k ■ *l% m*mf
| wna~ #s*<•* «f iMMim Tbr *<•
• • •
! TIIR HiCAr- tl •■#* • l»to##tif#t
ftH'll, I’ \l* til I ’"o9oo*9l'* lb»Hah* r #»
1 1ifvwrly aw 4 In tb# ypnUl'l all tbat • |*l
kg hi i*.,f«*l nt gggftn to*
! «c>toto* h tfM Btw«#fwl tmw# #f #»bt##*
. , maul If *|d Knl !g, * Hnm**’ It
I 4r*H to Mb It# t fmrtMft abltfw)-
•#•4 H in Ibr t*tft M« fwabham «b aa
I t«i tt off (a irraim a4«antai#.
#w4 «kb# arm## a ftMfiainf iumtwM fMill '
«M cm# rlwb aarmhor l# tMbr* •#
t|#r walh#4 b«ww "tbrr# ••• ###*
itiloa tb# ma*i#t wltb 8* 1% bat taa# It,
pifMlr * It to w# gmt* a# wm •» tb#
; mac*line arttet** oim* a** 1 * *l*4 y*t H
waaa t ‘ “W*tt.” alt the Who Muh
nwiwtwr "H tod alt lb* air of a rv
- t*ct*4 anti le ”
• • •
Kt’CHKR Mr* -T P. Blanch charm-
PARTT tnglv enteitained th' t»«
euchre < tuba, yeatenlav afternoon. Al
trr the game* an ,laborate luncheon
waa nerved The prtaee, a Mlver hrtl,
and a rabSbto tnk-eraaei were won
ti, x|t# Cumming and Mta. Jams*
Paul Vei.lery- Mra. Brancha gueela
were Mra. Anna Burwell, Mrs. Joe
ipimmlng. Mra. Hutdwl of Charlewion.
Mi* Ca»«ell Ml*. Wither*. Mra. Al
!«*fi ||r#. C. H- r*oh#ti. Mr# Ciitßldf*
ham Mra. Panford Cohen. Mr* Bryan
I'umming. Mia. Prank Bult. Mra. J
,» Verdery, Mr*. H"imr* of Jaikaon
title Mi* ftworg* Maker. Mra I>e
danaoure P-rd. Mra. M. B. tHiga*. Mta*
1 Mai Jackaon.
a a a
HOSPITAL The flr*l h< apllal
i ASSOCIATION meeting. after the
auintrier vacation of two month*, will
lie held at the medb al oil lege, at II
i o'clock, on October tth. Ttie diiector#
i for Octotwr are Mr* W. F Eve and
Mi*. Wm. Mulherln. ***l»tant», Mr*.
S It. Owen*. Mia. Thotnaa. Miw H.
V Harrtaa. Mr*. J K. Cummlnir Mr*,
id J Pinkerton. Mr*. Ijtwlon Kvan*.
' Mr*. P F Campbell. Mr*. <“ A. Kg
llH-rt, Mr* P. J. O’Connor. Ml** Allle
Kve Mia* Belle Wnl*h.
* a *
•••Ml** Virginia Fraaer I* vl*ltl»g
friend* In Chartoton liefore going to
a • •
•••Mr*. Edgar Hubert, formerly of
Wyoming, will make her home In Au
gusta In the future.
• • •
o* t party, composed of Mis* Joseph
ine Walton. Ml** Celeste Allen and
Mis* Mamie Saxon, left today for New
•••Mi*. T. S. Haworth, who ha* re
cently returned from a *ummet spent
on Sullivan’* Island. h«s as he,- K qe*t
Miss Sadi,- Wagner, a charming young
•••Rev. William L. Richards, former-
I |y of Greenville, pa*«ed through the
- city yesterday on his way to Asheville.
Mi . Richard* i* one of the most bril
liant young preacher* in th? South. He
hns hosts of admirers in tils old home,
who are highly gratified at the position
|,e has attained In his chosen profp
CASTO XT IA .
Bunt the Kind You Hate Always Bought
Joe Wheeler Is gallant among the la
dles as well as all right in the field.
Al Mrs. TL S. Grant's reception, the
old warrior, talking to women who had
worked for the soldiers, told them that
the strength of American arms In war
came ftom the soldiers' memory of the
women they had left behind them.
Augusta soldiers in At
lanta will meet Sixth Regi
ment Band on theirarrival
there. Excursion leaves
Oct. I at 11 o’clock p. m.,
Miss Siebel Sawyer, one of John
ston’s sweetest girls, spent the night
with her cousin, Miss Cul.am, last
Wednesday. The boys are anxious to
see her again. . _ „
to Am* a,-* to* aW*### (W*.l V 9*9 Itts lß#b 9*ooo 9999$
$!• 9*9*** 9 9** ## *##to#to w T . T iil
to— --t0t0... to—»A, ftj-Md# i - an # M 9*o 881 VBMB 88P1
UrfSik ft Mf#fb #*-' 0* 1 * !■*#* w j
$M# *OO9 09** 0* ****** *ooo9*
*. M*w • mm (« fft* mam mm* mm mmm* tow mm toaftoffl m
TifiTfr" rn** *#* 9*oo ßß «* 00 009 1 9** **9 * *** * *»**
9m b* *4 •* •». 0* 00 909 *9*m* 09** m ”
t yg# tb#* mtr ** iTint bgn tr tb## bntlb 9%0 s*b## 99mm 88 ■ s*••# ***9fk
___ to $4 s# tp .tomb ~9 #inf #m#4 «•#* ttob Ml tb## 88#:
Amid lh« numerous cri#l of h*rd timftft our *lr*d# ift
•ttoftdily mcrptotunif. TH<ft ought to convincto you of »h«
fact that w« «r« underselling our comptodttor*.
16 1-2 pound* N. V. Standard Granulated Sugar SI.
»6 caktoft ”Harri»“ Soap for 25c.
Try our 20 c*n*» Bultar
2 pound can Tomator* 5 c#ntft.
3 pound can Tomato** 3 for 25 cents.
Boat C. O Moi«ft*e* 18 cent* per ealion.
Sutf«r cured Ham*, sunranteed. lOcentft.
The laryest and best assorted stock m th* city.
Wicker & Pilclier, Wreckers of Hig!i Prices
954 BROAD STREET.
A SMIAR WAR.
AMI VN hat a I’romturat fit** •* Tft4*
iHt M)i 4«K*I It.
9* but# kKi • Hftottiiib 88F» *o*
m* mm bnt# • »npr t»f Tb# H*m
I Y jrk CMUMvHbI. 4#fto*#4 to tb# 8*
jncnr #t etti ##t»#rtaltft. #•>•
j "Tb#v# vti roi»#l«s#r#bl# #4ir In k>w#r
i w#l) #tr##t •Ml N *a* reported that
I, r fln-r* w*r* quietly rutting th* price
of granulated aug»r. Tki* report
1 trivgrapbrd ihroughtM*! the rastnnr
and manr inquiries for d* flnit* tnfor
taatloß ram*- tn ImißMitetrly. It barked
n* If the lorg threatened war between
,be sugar rrflnlng Intereal* bad begun
i m taeneat. The street wa* much ex-
I riled aver the rttatoi* of the rutting,
1 \t the tales office of Artmchle Brow
the American riugar Rrflninig mmpanv
and H H Howell. Bon ft Co., the latter
! representing the Mollcntuuer and Na-
I tlonal Kcfltierlea. B gra* Raid that a
I positive denial would be given by the
'commercial to the rumor* of culling
price* of granulated sugar. It wa* In
timated. however, by a certain party,
j who la clone to Inner clrelea. that prep
»rat lona are no doubt being made fhr
| just aurh a t ut as was rumored vester
j day. Prlcea of certain grade# of soft
sugars. In overatipply. hevr been abad
e,l from l-I6#'«c.. but that It Is not
I <nii of the usual cimtotn. when rlorks
of aurh sugrrs accumulate, as they do
not keep well. But that does not have
any significance as to Its hearings on
the sugar war. If cuts srr made, how
ever, on granulated sugar, which la
generally refined largely ahead cf dr
inunil. It will be taken a# the first
! skirmish firing in the sugar war. Hence
the Interest and excitement when It
wa* reported that cutting below price
Bats was being quietly den”. Granu
lated remained tsgttonary at 5%c. But
what of the future?"
A prominent wholesale grocer of this
city and one who keeps well posted on
the matter cf sugar fliiPtuatlons was
shown fbe above and said It? did not
autlclpaie any sugar war. There had
been a bit of cut In price, but It was
not enough to cause anything like a
war in sugar rake*, said be.
Do you Eat ? Trv
—s Wheless News.
Wholes#, Ga.. Sept. 30.-Miss Lizzie
Small, who has been spending some
time at Danskammer, the home ol%lr.
and Mrs. S. R. Craig, ha* returned to
her home In Augusta.
Mrs. C. A Wylds and children and
Miss Sue Reynolds have gone to Har
lem. where they will probably spend
the remainder of the summer.
Dr. and Mrs. C. C. Needham visited
our town last Sunday afternoon.
Miss Tena Newman, one of our
charming young ladies, who has been
spending some time in Augusta, has
Miss?* Corlnne and Daisy Burch,
two fascinating young ladies of Augus
ta, came u > on their wheels Thursday
ami spent the day as the guepts of Mrs.
Miss Ada Ramp leaves Sunday for
Charlotte, N. C.. where she will he one
of the attendants at Ibe Ramn-Btzby
wedding, which takes place Wednes
day, Oct. 5.
Mrs. C. R. Rheney spent Monday In
Augusta as the guest of her mother,
it«B ftom «•**•*
»>t# •*»* t»*a
M! in lid SlOff
HOJ ROLLS FRO*
HOUSEKEEPERS TRY IT.
NOTHING LIKE IT.
All Firsl Class Grocers Keep 11
FOR IRON FENCING
AUGUSTA FENCE CO.,
310 inth Street, Augusta, Ga.
of Town Work Solicited^®
F. C. Turpin Company has
received the latest thing in
Neckwear, Ascots, Chal
tilly, 4-in-hands and Tecks
818 BROADWAY 818
A REAL PEACE PROTOCOL.
N. Y. Evening World.
President McKinley's proposed at
tack on the civil service rules could be
construed only as a peace protocol to
the place hunters.
Bears the 1,18 Kin(l You Ha>e Bought
strong hold on his people. Mr. Pin
gree, however, knows much about oth
er things than potatoes.