Men s hats
worth of hat and $2 worth of ixm* it coats
you oaactly 12 royalty forth*
name In your hat ts you want It that had
than buy an afancy hat but If you can i*i
along without the name coma to us for ycur
hat and wa will |ivi you pracisaly the aama
shape, quality, flnanaaa and taatura for $3,
and w«'r« Inclined to think that any raason
abla man will appreciate tha saving In hit
own pocket far more than ha would in tha
manufacturer's pocket. Wa'r* selling more
hats than aver before.
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Mr? William Btoio* of Klolw* M
la «ka vlltaa? <m a »toli U» bar fraad.
Mr* Oaorg# HIH. ___
Mr? Ida B loan I and Mia* I***?®
■artaroti* Martha spaai Tharada? la
Mr Half laid of Atlaata wa* a ««a*i
at MrDoa*ld Wedaaadav.
Mr* Alcxandar Hofmaa of Atlanta
la up at fWNt Mill ob a Ttalt to hor
***W»*ar* gUd to »•* Dr. Roland Htal
aar obi at ißglaald* eoßgra'utat*
him ob hU tawrtmrr- .
Mr. and Mr*- Jordan ratnrnad vaa
tarda? *tt*r * Rina***! »WH to R«nh
*lll* with fhatr IRtt# *oa
Oraac* btoaaoma art lb# ordar of tha
da? Tbraa yoan* brld**-*l«-< mm
ad throtigh GrovetowO paatarda? on
their wa? to Aogtirta.
Dr. Hunt, a young M D of Social
Clrcl*. paid a *lalt to Maud* In tha
Mr Wtlll# r. Muae. on* of our sol
dier tad*, raturnad to Catharine View
?**terda?. attar a wlslt to frlanda la
Mr Hu|h Hnrrl* paid (lrovetown a
Vl,lt yesterday Tha young ladla* aa?
tha? ar* alwa?? charmed to aaa;
Wa aitflnd our haartfalt sympathy to
Mr Frank Kin* In tha «ad and unax-;
parted loan of hla brl*ht and roanl? i
llttl* son. »trail »avan ?«ATa. who died
auddanl? on Thursday nlghl. without
anv pravlou* Ulna** to prepare hl » |
lovad ona? for tha sorrowful avant. j
Truly ha fall aeJ#*p W Wbhe <" hla.
Henvanl? Father's Arm*.
The friend* of Ml** Uutlna Tobin
ware mad* *l*o* « ***“ from ,hat
young lady, who arrived at Villa Mar-1
ion Friday afternoon.
Mrs. Stanton la up for a vl*lt lo her
friends, Mr. and Mr*. Willi* Ha*- |
Mr*. Jordan of Hephtlbah Is In lhaj
villa** on a vlall to her son. Profoasor .
Mina Mollla Graham Is a weleouio j
guest at tha parsonage.
The nutting party had a sun-crown
ed Thursday for their frolic, which !
took place under a standing array of
pines that nodded their green plumes,
whispering and sending grapevine tel
egrams. soldier like, all day, to Ilia
group of blushing maple* and blrchtsi.
clad In their prettiest garments, un
der which the dainty lunch (cooked l>y
(he maidens themselves) was
The quaint Spanish legend which Is
now attracting so much attention
reads from the original to the effect
that Cupids favorite playthings
(which he always carries with him)
are a tiny diamond hammer and a
spool of golden thread. Their use Is
this: when he meets a young, fervent
heart, he lays across It the golden
thread, and drawing an arrow from
his quiver he drives It In, striking'with
his diamond hammer so softly it does
not feci the blows; then he seeks a
male heart and treats It In the same
fashion, then away he goes to a sunset
cloud, or the balcony of some distant
star (unreeling (he spool of golden
(breads as he files) when alas! the
sweet pain of love begin*, and he tugs
and pulls until tired of the cruel sport
he ties the two together and turns
them loose bound for life for weal
or woe; if they ara wipe, they walk
together hand in hand In harmony,
winding It smoothly on the spool of
Whin you |»«>
s & for in no*
pficy Hot you
pay to r $3.00
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ffcM la lit* Of torts a at Baav?. at Raw.
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rail <»« m» I can aava y*« bmu**? la?-
,1? S. Bch»ul Fawakrofear «a Jack*.*
•trwt. M?aklt*h*4 tMt.
K*v. S. R l agland W ill Adder?* Me*
at V. M. C. A.
Tkr nuv-tmg* far man will hacin at
tha Toun* Maa*a Chrtottan Aanatatk'ii
|i»morfbw •flrmoon at 4 o'HmHk * nil IM
idirtfi wftl bo by Rrt. b• It. KofUnd,
tbr |M*f»ular on# comunrotr# p*rt«r *»f
Hr«aail »iw( cborrb. mho to
on# nf tbr itrobCObt tpwilirrt lb Ibr
BpaHal annM<- ha, haan arrancad. ami
II will ha auparb. A mala quartet!# will
render two number*, a dual will la aun*.
by Mr IVInl and Mr. lUtlle. and *av
aral other musical number# will be ren-
dared that wttl l» of tha hlghaat or-,
The meal log win bo of unusual ln-|
larval and ever? man In the clt? I*
Invited. It I* fro#.
| W* sail Iba flits*!
W, .*ll ha (In*.!
tliM-ba ami Java-
We Mil lha 6nasi
i New Graft Taa.
Wa .ail th* Fiaast
And they coat you
no bior* iban lowar
grade goods ars sold
at. Oivs os a trial
ALMOST A COLLISION.
TVvo Trolley Cars fleet on a Carve
Two trolley cars on the Turpin Hill
Hue came within a few feet of collld-j
ing at the corner of Campbell and
Walker streets, at about 1 o'clock to
Car No. 28 was behind time and did
not meet car No. 27 at the regular
meeting point on Broad street, so the
raotorman of No. 27 went on. intend
ing to meet No. 28 at the next switch
on Walker street.
Car No. 28 passed the Walker street
switch and came on. Both cars,
reached the short curve on the corner
of Walker and Campbell at about- the
Both motormen wore very surprised
looks when they found the other car
swinging around the curve. The
cars were going slow on account of
rounding the curve, and so the mo
tormen were able to stop them before
a collision occurred. They came very
near meeting, however.
Out- goods bought right and we sell
them right. Ramktn & Co.
T.tu-y Rhodes, a colored woman, was
arrested last night for stealing wood
from H. V. Oreen. She will be ttied at
St. Paul’s church choir will sing at
the morning service Sunday (tomorrow)
for the first time since the summer ya
life; if they are foolish, they strain
and tangle the golden thread, drifting
apart, two dreary derelicts in life’s
can cut the golden thread of life)
can cut the golden threap of life)(
comes to separate them in the dark
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’ ITTT. to waa pro tided "Ttoai arhowl*
' ahall hr aravtad I* each mwat? and
1 aupwortad al tha *r**r*l aspawae nf tha
: d*t,. -aa lb* laftalilcrr ahall Iktr?
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■ *h»rei<», o« the SI si da? nf Jnl?. CM
lha |jr*t*lßlura of (Irani* passed an
I art laying out lha city of tngmU and
,for other parhuara which art. attar ap
ipntoitla* aommlaatuß* r« for lha pur
poa*. rarHad. “That a ,am'n#r? of
learnira la greally Bacaaaar? for th»
Instruction of oar ?oulh and ought *o
be oar of ih# (rat object* of atteatlon
attar lha promirtloa of religion." and
enacted “That after the rommls*loners
have raaarvad oa# of lha Ar*t ol* for
lha halldtotg of a church or houae of
worship to Urn divlaa B#ib*. b? whoa#
bleasings tha lodcpaodence of tha Cal •
tad Stales has baaa established and
Certain other rraervatlone for public,
1 uses, that Ih* proceeds of lha aalas ol
lota should ha vested In the commis
sioners a* Iruaiaea for the purpose of
erect (tin aa Academy or Seminar? of
Thl* purpose waa carried Into affect,
In IT9A. and from that data until tha
present time tha Academy ha* bean la
continuous.and *ucca*aful operation,
save and atrapt whan uard for hospital
nurpowa by the Confederate authori-.
tie* during the lata wsr and the pa-,
rlod of It* subsaquaot retanllon by tha
Vacancies In lha Hoard of Trustee*
ware fltled from Urea to time by the
legislature until ISl*. whan thl* power
was vested In tha trustees themselves
by la*l»*tlva act.
The courae of study at the Academy
First Year—Well'* Academic Arith
metic, as far as Latitude and Ixingl
tud«. lj»tln Grammar begun. Eggle
ston's V. 8. History for first half of
term, and Mont*omer's English history
for second half. Maury’s Manual of
Georgraphy. Reed & Kellogg's Graded
lessons In English w.,h special exer
cise* In Analysis. Frequent exercises
In dictation, composition and declama
Second Year—Arithmetic . Algebra
(Well’s) begun. Maury's Physical
Geography. Latin Grammar and VHri
Illuttres Romae. Monlgomer's HXig-
Hsh History for first half term and
Montgomery E rench History during
laat half. Reed A Kellogg's Graded
lessons In English completed and the
Higher Lessons begun, supplemented
bv special exercises. Hawthorne's
Short Stories, read as a basis of work
in composition. Frequent exercises in
dictation, composition and declamation.
Third Year—Arithmetic continued.
Algebra continued First four books of
Geometry. Physiology and Hygiene
(Martin's). In Latin; Vlrl Ilhistros
Romae and Caesar, with frequent writ
ten exercises. Greek (Goodwin's and
Modern Languages) (French and Ger
man). begun (Woman's Series). Reed
& Kellogg's Higher Lessons in Eng
lish completed. Jsmgfellow’s Evan
geline and Gulliver's Travels head as
a basis of study in rhetoric and .com
position. Frequent exercises in dicta
tion, composition and declamation.
Fourth Year Geometry completed
and Plane Trigonometry (We|Ts).
Well's Higher Algebra completed.
Physics (Csrhart & Chute). Greek
and Modern Languages continued. In
Latin: Prose composition and the la
ter l-atin authors, a atnter'a Introduc
tion to English Literature, with fre
quent reviews and exercises In rhetoric
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la Ih* paat S( hour*: MaatphU, I.Sd |
tar baa. Mobil*. IMI New Orleans.
1 M; Rrlakle?. tM; Forrest City. JN;
line Blu». I.U; Arll**t«c !«. Bol
lv*r 1 «J; Brtiaaavllle. 1.T4; Dyera
Uurg 171; Hotly dfu-tnga. 111.
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from th# *oo»ha#*t oecuryed In th# past
l| hour* as Horoa and 3* mile* fma
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SHARK INTO YDOH SHOIS
Altan a Foot-Ease.' a powder for tha
feel- H cure* painlul. swollen, smart
ing, nervous feat *pd Instantly takes
the sting out of corn* and bunion*. It's
the gresteat comfort discovery of the
ago. Allan'* Foot - E»»e makes tight or
pew shoes feel enay. It Is a certain cure
for awaaltng. callous and hot. tired,
aching faet. Try It today Hold by all
druggltta and shoe stores. By mall for
ttc. In stamp*. Ttlal packages FREE.
Address. Allen 8. Olmsted. Laßoy. N.
Boston Adds Another lUm< to Her
National League acora# yesterday
Club. , , R K.H.
Boston.. .. .. .. ......7 1® 3
Philadelphia .. ..‘I * # 2
Batteries: Nichhlas and Bergen:
Donahue and Murphy, Umpires: An
drews and Browna Time, 1:57.
Club. , R. EH.
Baltimore 8 5 3
Brooklyn * 3 H 3
Batteries: McJanjps and Clarke; Mll
| ler and Smith. Time, 3 hours.
I Second game: 1
! Baltimore 0 s 1
j Brooklyn 0 4 0
Batteries: Hughes and Robinson;
Kennedy. Dunn and Ryan. Umpires,
Snyder and Betts. Time, 2:15.
Club. R- EH.
Washington 5 13 4
New York 5 10 5
Batteries: Killeen and McGuirq;
Rusie and Warner. Umpires, Hunt
and Connolly. Time. 2 hours.
The St. Ixmls-Clnclnnatl and the
Louisvllle-Chteago games were post
poned on acount of rain.
The standing of the clubs in the Na
tional League is as follows:
Club. W. L. PC.
Boston 3) 94 45 .StiO
Baltimore 86 48 .647
Cincinnati .J 85 57 .699
Cleveland «( 77 60 .562
Chicago 78 64 .67>9
New York ~ 72 67 .518
Philadelphia .. .. ..,69 65 .515
Pittsburg 67 71 .486
Louisville .. 64 74 .464
Brooklyn *11! 50 so .383
Washington v 46 92 . 333
I St, Louis ...,36 89 .267
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la saaiar ward** la lb? church of Ik* |
Ra« Dr. Rachu* sad aa
friaad sad t*«ai adslaar of Bbki? Mi-
Mejoba. Ha taha* aa active latacaat
[la charrh work H# ha* sarvad sava
| rat year* *• prastdaui of th* Hr*M*»d
sorlaty. *ad *w sweeadad la Ihl* of
ftoa by Ms h rot bar lha «a*yof Kn
llral? uadnaoastratlta »m<>ng hi*
frtaads. ha b** • rare farull? of rep*r
laa. and a* Joy* good row pan? Justice
Va* W?ck 1* • polltlrlaa of lha old
srbool Tha praaant political contest,
so far a* ha I* concerned. will be nan-
I? and outspoken H* believes la tha
people and has aver? confidence la
them The d*i k I astern in polltlra be
regard* a* not only use lea* but aortb
In giving ndvlra to a young lawyer
who wa* Jusl eaiarlng political life he
said "Aiwaya trust ihe people When
you try to fool them you fool yourself.
Thar* ara tnora victoria# than defeat*
In an open, manly fight" Tha Juai'ce,
like bis brother. I* lIMfRA In
per. and ha* few or no confidant*.
Yet there I* nothing of th* aristocrat
about him. He (a one of tha most
approachable of man, courteous to all.
and a? affable aa nature lt**lf. A* a
Jurist. b» statid* pre-eminent. In the
many ysara of hla aervice upon th*
bench of the supreme court, very few
of his decision* have been reversed.
Hla court tootn Is a* cheery as hla
home. There i* no browbeating and
no display of Impatience. He takes
particular Interest in young lawyer*,
and correct* errors In their papers a*
a labor of love rather than an annoy
Among the members of the bar.
while aiwaya balancing tha scale* of
justice evenly, he la extremely popu
Hla political affiliations have ever
been democratic. A student of Jeffer
son, Madison and Jackson, he has al
ways been loyal to party ties. While
devoted to hi? party, however, he
never swerves from his allegiance to
pqbllc interests. He believes In de
mocracy and democratic methods. All
party disagreements. In hla opinion,
ought to be settled within and not
without party lines. A model citlxen
—he ought to make a model govern
or. There is an evenness In his tem
perament and In his character that en
dears him to all who know him. He
never flies off in tangent, nor becomes
the slave of an enthusiastic spirit. As
the canvass waxes warm, he will grow
in the estimation of the people. His
love of the country has never been
smothered by the blandishments of
city life. An ardent devotee of the
wheel, while on his summer vacations
he makes the acquaintance of nearly
every farmer within a circle of twenty
In family life, the Justice Is a model.
He is devoted to his wife and children
and has frequently said that the hap
piest hours of his life are those spent
The Justice is well known to the
protpinent men throughout the union.
He has had close associations with
such statesmen as Arthur P. Gorman
of Maryland. William J. Stone of Mis
souri, and William C. Whitney of New
York. He made Gorman's acquaint
ance In the presidential campaign of
1884. ; Gorman was then Chairman of
the National Democratic Committee,
and Ynn Wyck was Chairman of the
Kings County Committee. While
handling his own part of the campaign
He Made a Mistake,
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quafttßv «f iw«l#mJ tkal I hfwrfd or. AND TMi H tiMT
rot WANTtU. <«**»« I b« WnwlMtf r*oaoo*Wv al low
II yo« uni pto* fear • terlaiß porßo*c. mi It*
that tkt amount of mom? you wati *o tmotf n tfnlnwtly
limited. Icfl m* «*kot ywt wan*, and wkal van want to
pay for ts. Than le* m* Afurv fartlutfy lor yw and «•«
tfl can t M Ike bill
WKen vou are wry particular atoxrf wmfH'.l and
wan* the wary beat that you can pel rather irrespective
of prke. I can do that toe* of work too
I don't believe tncomufrunji Ike be*l maienai lor com
mon work, and rs common work h %?kal you want, and
you tel me m, I can make the work and the pmc ac*
Chat F. Depen. Manjerr
Aupusta Lumber C^cnpeny.
I believe that man mad# a mistake. He
jump#d at the price. H® l#t a f#w dollars
stand between certainty and uncertainty.
He didn't look furtherthan the figures. He
didn't think of results.
I figured on the right kind of goods, and
they were worth every cent of the price -
intrinsically worth It.
I dignify the term “High Grade” when
applied to my goods. It has the correct
meaning here—just what it says. Perhaps
a little higher in price than indifferent ma
terials. but low enough to be most econom
ical for all good building.
CHAS. F. DEGEN. Mtuvigrr.
& ,<V -
wild Mlrw<■ good Judgment. he wa«
of |r«itntWU’t la Gorman Is a na
tional way. The senator Mid ha awn
learnod that Van Week had a large
acquaintance throughout (he union,
and enpartally the couth. Mia work
In Klnga roaatf reattlted In the elw
itlon of President Cleveland. The
nomination of the JtMtlre for Gover
nor will undoubtedly attract national
attention and receive the approval of
the democracy, north, ea*t, south and
He la in touch with the party at
large and kts election will be hailed
as a triumph of democratic principles,
not only In New York, but In ad
joining. and even remote, states.
Try t'hssr snd *aut> rn'»
Los I 8 C “Seal” brsno Mocha smt Java
Coffee amt Tea. They *rr atv
t -outcry the durst grown. They
* *' j eoat you no more than lower
i: rade goods are sold at. Wa
Y-__ are sole agents (or Auensts.
Miss Annie Baroes la at home again.
J. T. Smith, of Savannah, Is In the
iff: H. Hull, of New York. Is at the
C. Hlrsch, of Camden. S. C., is at the
H. M. Tanner, of Atlanta. Is at the
F. W. Tpmple. of Chicago, is at the
Jason Boozer,'of St. Louis, is at the
R. C. Forman, of Dayton, 0., is at
B. J. Hatcher, of Tennessee, Is at
Thos. Reese, of Philadelphia, is at
S. C. Gray, of Philadelphia, is at
C. H. Wocdburn. of New York, is at
Ches. W. Wler, of Baltimore, is at
Thos. W. Carwile, of Edgefield, is at
Mrs. H. B. Alexander leaves Monday
for New York.
E. Hansmzu. of Jacksonville, is at
Charles Ganger, of Philadelphia. Is at
William Gallagher, of Sandersville, is
at the Arlington.
J. H. McKenzie, of Waynesboro, is
at the Arlington.
B. W. Youmans, of Fairfax, S. C.,
is at the Planters.
Col. James Whitehead, of Warrenton,
is in the city today.
H u Roberta, of «at ten ho rough. N.
C.. la at (he Plainer*
Miaa Mary gchiring. of Greenville S.
C., la at the Planters
A H. Morrla. of (be Parker New*
Co..'la at th«* I’ianier*.
T. C. Creighton and. wtfe. of Chica
go, are it (be Planters.
Mrs. Frank Graham and children
have returned to Ike r ty.
H. R. Gaina and T. W. Mills, of Ken
tucky, are at the Planters.
Mra. E W. Mills left on the Central
train latt night for Savannah.
Rev. Hunger Davidson has returned
from his vacation at Northeri points,
Mr. Hugh Alexander was among the
arrivals on the Georgia train last night.
Jeff Penn and R. D. Hewlett, well
known commercial men, are In tho
Mr. J Q. Stillwell, a prominent rail
road man of McCormick, S. C„ Is In
The office force of the Charleston
and Western Carolina road are happy
today. It la pay day with them
The Rev. Dr. Plunket has returned
• from his vacation and will occupy hs
pulpit for morning and evening scr
vtcea on Sunday. Attractive mus'c at
the evening service, under Mrs. J. Mil
ler Walker. '
Mr. Enrich Luhl, of Germany. Is reg
iatered at the Planters. Mr. Luhl is a
cotton buyer who is over here on bus
iness of a cotton nature.
Thefollowlng Waynesboro residents
cyme up from that place last night:
Joe J. Reynolds, jr.. Mrs. Joe J. Rey
nolds, jr., Miss Charlotte Reynolds.
Miss Barbara Reynolds. Mr. J. C. Mil
ler and Mr. H. C. Perry.
We have the finest selection of Teas
In the city. Prices are right,-too. Lam
kin & Co.
HEN S WELCOME ASSOCIATION
fleeting Called For Tomorrow After
A meeting of the members of tha
Men’s Welcome Association of the First
Presbyterian church is called for to
morrow morning, after the church ser
vice. The meeting Is held for the pur
pose of arranging for the organization
of the services for the wlnfer season.
These welcome set vices have been very
much enjoyed and productive of much
good. This season they will be even
more attractive than those previous.
Dr. Thomas D. Coleman has moved
into his handsome new home on the
corner of Greene and Centre. The two
large parlors on Centre street side
of the house will be used as offices,
with an entrance from that side. His
office hours will remain unchanged.