OUR HEROES RETURN
BY BERTIE EMERSON TARVER.
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ROYflli WEIiCOfIIE TO
Pathetic Sctnei That Were Outbursts of Joy
The Augusts Soldiers Homs on s 30-Day Furlough.
w Thsy Will Bs R*gulsHy MusUrod Out of Ber
_ Vico on Nov. 4—Tlis Homs-Comln# of
ths Gallant Boys Ws Lovs Bo Wall.
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TV stater* gathered fhaa arwtsd
TV rroarf it' r|H ot. Unim abo
>nr« of Id* tprnvai draw away, *had
lac Ida eye a ltd tda hand. TV tittle
group wa# leR abut*.
A Right Royal dikwar.
At I o rloi k yesterday afirraooa Ida
(trU aid aolkt'ra aad lady lrt*««to
r' miyt<rd to gatdiy at the unum d*- ,
pm By 4 aVlcck the crowd dad (mod
augmented by § oriwk it mm, larger I
yet aad dy * (da mmul damaaity
gnod Minted aad joyful—waa lataaar
Taa thousand question* werr ashed
a . to «d* door of id* arrlMl of th*
special aad the trmlai static* aged*,
always urban*, aaa pot to tda taai.
Tde wakeroing pariy -Idr men aad (
doys, tda <Ultra and sweetheart* fd«
mothara and aunt*—aria In paUdut ,
Finally id* special rolled la —aoldlara i
eheerad from tha windows and plat- j
forma; th* canaon boomed out and ,
about* upon about* went up from th* j
tbouaanda upon thouaand* of glad
p*opl* tbore to tell (he men hoar wel
come they were.
In the Arm# of Loved One*.
I>ove laugh# at military regulations
•i well as at locksmiths. Thera waa
no stopping th* volunteer*. B*for«
tdr train had com* to standstill there
wra# a (U#b from tli* tar# and In live
minute* nearly every soldier waa In
yome one'* arms—there were tears and
hue* and car**#*# and handshakings
and dtp* on »d* back—and th* Au-
Kiiwta volunteers f*it they were racily
at bom* affffta.
The seen* at th* parting with the
mm a few month# ago w*t partlealar
1y grand, and fired *v*ry manly haart
with a patriotism pure and supreme.
The home-coming was as auperb. Herr
and there the wether or *l*ter who
had been under a strain for months
broke down. Here and there a big.
awkward-looking man, stepped oh a
Ml, dashed hi# hands aero* his eyes
and then hurried back In Hie throng
to touch every soldler'6 hand, ivhethcr
he knew him or not, and to toll each
how noble he was. what a hero he was.
Pathos That Touched
And among all this joy, in the midst
of all this glad acclaim, there was an
Incident that touched the heart o» ml
who witnessed It with aucb force that
It will he remembered till death com
mands eternal forgetfulness,
The men. were hurrying from the
cars to rush to or to look for loved
ones. One volunteer seemed to lag
behind. He was small of stature, with
n bright face, tanned from climatic ex
posure, still sadness was visible on the
feet urea. He watched from the ear
window, •'Hello!” "How are you?"
jvere cheerily sting to him. but no one
called him by name. The crowd, sa
luting, did not stop to speak.
In all the crowd, it seemed, there
was «o one who came to him with a
jove token. His eyes, before the bright
light, were seen to fill with tear#.
"Come on, old man; come from the
"There is no one to meet me. be
paid. ‘‘l b*ve no one to meet me."
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un the south aid* of tha ahad. Company
I K la froal. Compway C. in th* rear,
i Tha bugle sounded aad th* boy#
i marched out the •*•« *nd of th* ahad
i The "baby waker" wa# sounding forth
i and th* band# war# playing lively air*.
Th# crowd waa den#* It waa all that
Captain* Fry# and Renkl rould do to
get their aoldler# out of th# depot. A
friend would ruah up and grasp a aol
dier’a hand, a relative would call to
their boy and he would lag to
so* that face again. The atern com
mand of the officer would ring
“Keep In Un*!” and th* aoldler would
It was a light that was Inspiring
Amid the rbears, tba booming of the
cannon, the ringing o* th* locomotive
bell*, the martial mualc, nit in all one
waa carried on by the surging crowd
and felt like ainging "Dixie" and cry
ing "Old Glory Forever.”
Walker atraet waa a mass of people
near the depot. Street car lr#«c wa»
badly Interrupted, the police had all
they could do to keep the crowd back.
Hut they did and the procession waa
The Order of fTarch,
The order of march was:
Bixfh Regiment Rand.
(lamp 1.094. U. C. V.
Out Campbell atreet marched the
procession. A mass of people lined the
sidewalks, waving handkerchiefs and
welcoming the returning soldiers with
Every store door along the route wa*
filled with people. The postoffice em
ployes had ail turned out to see t
hoys. Cheer after cheer rent me nignt
nlr. At the Intersection of Greene and
Campbell streets an Immense crowd
had gathered. The line of march
came very nearly being broken Into
here by many rushing out to greet
As the procession turned Into Broad
the hands struck up a lively atr and
the mass of people gathered there
cheered and cheered again.
Up the south #|de of Broad marched
the, procession to Gumming and then
down the north aide to the Armory
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lluob and Ladd*- «<jA»p*n*. »» Ibe re
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rank, o# m-n and dl»ld*d fnm >b*
,mwd bf a rop* atrptrbrd b*lw**A th*
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Th* Royal Bosquet.
Thro* loo« taM** rwurhiM tb* •«-
tlrr loo«th of the armory Iwr* their
load of edibla*. Cahe*. bip)U, *al
ad* hraad* fntlU and e»*r> thing that
banquot lo**r» <otild doairt, waa h*-
for* th*m IB tAtaptlog array. Beau
tiful »taad» of floA*r», anowy Uhhv
cloth*, oapblna. chin* plaia*. and
many thing* not ***n by the man for
aome time, lay hafor* thorn Th«
picture that could not be aacelled «u
that of the waltre****. Auguata *
moat comely maldi and matron, bad
aMemhled to aaalat the boya. and Au
guata* reputation for pretty women
on well ehown to b* deferred. Many
vi.lUng men foramoat among them
Itclna Hon. Beniamin Tillman, were
Word* of Welcome.
Mr. C. H. Cohen mounted the atand
and mada the welcoming addree*. He
■poke of the men who had »o bravely
enllated: aatd they deaerved aa much
honor aa the onea who wera actually
In fights; that he had no doubt that
If th*y had faoed the block house at
Ran Juan that their attack would have
been aa aucceaaful as that of their
After several other appropriate re
marks, he asked Dr. Plunket to offer
a prayer. All who heard tha prayer of
thanksgiving for tba safe return of
the soldier# will remember It for
many a day. nr. Plunket’# reputation
for beautiful prayers extends for long
distances, but never ban he made a
more masterly effort than the short
prayer last night. Hon. M P. Car
roll welcomed the boys In the name
of the Army and Navy League and
the citizens who prepared the feast.
Ha spoke of them as Augusta's sons
and heroes and stated that as heroes
they would always be known. After
this addrea# the order was given to
stack arms and the men were marched
around to the table*. The first two
tables were occupied by returning sol
diers. the other by veterans, euests,
beode, and the soldier boys of Augus
The elegant repast, Iced drinks of
all kinds, beautiful waitresses, were
all new thing# to the men, used to
army life, and were enjoyed by each
and every one of those present. Such
a meal the weary men have not en
joyed for many a day and one only
had to look at the tables to see that
all the men were enjoying them
The Greetings There.
A# the men began to finish, their
friends, who bad been kept out of the
ball, on account of the crowd, were
allowed to enter. Such greetings,
band-shakings, and friendly words
it did one good to hear them. Grad
ually, tbc men, surrounded with little
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to ths Augusta Exchange of th© Bouth®m 801 l
Telephone and Telegraph Company will be
given Free connection to the following places:
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EDGEFIELD. S. C., TRENTON. 8. C..
GRANITEVILLE. S. C., VAUCLUSE. S. C..
JOHNSTON. S. C., WARRENVILLE, S. C.
Mini Bill Wplui I TtM Co..
W. H. ADKINS, Manager.
JOHNSTON CO.. W. A. Giles, Prtsxfrnl.
Coal, ood and Cedar Posts
Black lick Wood Sawed . a . • # j-50 per Cord
Good Dry Pirn . *i i • • • j**®® P”
Good Dry Pine, long. . . • *2.7? per Cord
Special prices on ihree Cords or more.
Best grade Jellko and Hard Coal, including the celebrated
Indian Mountain, at lowest prices-
R. H. SIKES. 904 Marbury Street.
Hn.pt ITwaa TM - **** l ’FbAtM **•*.
body guard, at frl*od». b*gaa to do
Th* lad too abo had doa* no taurh h*
gaa to »ihtt* tb* maalalng vtanda
aad »u< b aa army baa **idoai b**A
ttarrr l, of frail, tabl*, of rab*. larg*
hamper, of bread, borheta of gt*kl«*.
aalad,. tab. of letßoaade. pua*b aod
aywrythlug Imaginabla a*re I*4
o»»r , j .« -
Th*a* rentalnlag vlaad, «*r* Uo
dnni the rapialru for the u*e of their
Kfver haa the hall* of the armory
wftneiaed *urh a eran* aa -aa p«»*o*
tW4 laal evening and tt will n-tmtfli a
happy plrture In the minda of the sol
Tbo boya left Atlanta In a rain.
Their dupniture from Camp Alklnaon
waa the flrat move toward the dissolu
tion of tb* Second regiment. Because
of the rain, the other aoldtera In At
lanta did not turn oat to formally tell
the Auguatans goodbye. The mm
now enjoy a furlough for thirty day a,
daltug from October «th. On Novem
ber 4th they will be regularly mut
tered out of service. It ta understood
th« muster out may occur In Augusta
anil that, the boys are home to stay.
Thn Savannah companies of the Sec
ond regiment left Atlanta at 5 o'clock
Kohbed the Grave.
A startling Incident, of which Mr.
John Oliver, of Philadelphia was tha
subject, is narrated by him as follows!
“I w«# in p most' dreadful condition.
My skin was almost yellow, eyes sunk
en, tongue coated; pain continually In
back and sides, n« appetite—gradually
growing weaker day by day. Three
physicians had gtvnpn him up. Fortun
ately. a friend advised, trying 'Electrlo
Bitter#;' ond to ifiV great Joy and sur
mise, the first bottle made a decided
improvement. I continued their us* for
three weeks, and am now a well man.
1 know they saved my life and robbed
th* grave of another victim " No one
should fall to try them. Only 60 cents
per bottle at Howard & Wlllot's.
Frank W. Cushman, who has been
nominated for congress by the repub
lican* of Washington, wa# In early life
a cowboy on the Wyoming ranches.
Then ho taught school, studying law
a# h* could. In 1881 ho began to prac
tice his profession in Tacoma. The
cowboy seems a political favorite this
Bear* the W illd Voll Maw Alw Boo BW
They greeted fi'lhi dHth smile# and
Filled him with beef and mutton
And carried away for souvenirs
Hie* last remaining button.
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Moat Ueopte are Howoat
Sociologists will And an lalareatiag
■indy la oae of (ha downtown rastau
-1 rant* »f Nek# York. A Washington let
ter say# that there every customer rot#
what h* want# and renders hi* own
Mil. There are a lot of waiter* around
j > (coring away th* aotled dl#b*o aad
bringing fresh ernes, renewing the sup
pliea of food Tha I are exposed upon the
counter* and altandina to the tea and
coif** tanka, hut th* patrons are ex
pected to serve thomaelves Platters
at hot and cold maata, salad*, sand
wiches. pies and caltaa. croquette* and
all that sort of thing ere arranged on
buffet shelve*, with lit tie card aland
arda giving the price of each artlrl*
A ru«lomer take# a plate, knife and
fork and napkin, and then goes around
and picks out what be wants. After
he has finished eating he Informs a
lad at a cash register what ho baa
eaten. The latter perform* an addi
tion In mental arithmetic, turns hi*
crank and hand# out a card with fig
ure* upon It, which the customer take*
to the cashier and pay* for hi* lunrh
"A* T threw down a rheck the other
day. 1 remarked.” say* the latter writ
er, “to the rashler: ‘How do you know
that * right-”
••We have to trust to your honor.’*
“Can you tru*t to everybody’* hon
“Not alwaya,” bo replied, "but aa a
ruin people are honest; at least we are
willing to tnke our chance# on that.
Wc have been running this place a
good while, and I suppose we have fed
a great many dead heats, but the per
centage I* so small that we are willing
to continue. If a man seta out to swin
dle, he will get you one way or an
other. W* catch a dead beat now and
then, but not often. The waiters keep
their eye* opeu, and the crook* know
Hint they are watched. If they didn't
they would carry off the fixtures.”
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Home, Oa., has a successor to Elibu
Burrltt, “tha learned blacksmith." It
is Ira T. O’Brien, and he speaks Ger
man, Freneh, Greek, Spanish and Ital
ian, as well as he does English, anrj,
reads several other languages, all of
which he has picked up at intervals
between shoeing the horses of bis cus
tomers. He Is especial In
liis mastery of Batin. lie appears con
tent with life life at. the forge and will
not abandon It,
Before purchasing a pistol or gun,
call on me. I can save you money. Baw
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