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payv beautiful aopfano, foil of H
prraaii n and of ol4f rinirv avid hla
•1 aging onptivatnd lb* indlwia. Ii
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CAPT. S. A. OWENS
WII Remat • to fluca* mm 4 Be Coo*
netted With Breao Haoar.
The manp tnndi of pnli! Captain
8. K Oweaa. Who baa M paara liaao
day livrb at tba Plaotar* Htrtal, will re
gret to leaf a that ha la* tea tomorrow
Bornlna for Moron, whrra hr will sc
rap! a poafttOO aa rlar’h of the Brown
boiler of that city. Capt. Owen#
nurabera hla friend* hara by tbr vrorra
and by bla pteaaant words for all and
many courtcataa ha haa shown all ha
mat. haa made iftnny arqualntanree,
who will aywaya hold plaaalna rrcol
-1 actions of him That the Brown
houna will be more popular than aver
with the traveling public goes without
saying, when Cap). Owens presides be
hind the register. All who go to the
Central City during the Diamond Jit;
Idler from thla city will t>« given «
warm welcome by the raplrfn. Au
gusta's loss It Macon's gain; but
Owens says h# will always be an
Augustan wherever be may be. Hla
friends wish him mush success In the
Mahoney & Armstrong,
Coml aiul Wood rvalrr*. Ofllcn and
' yard No. I Macartan street. Both
Bell Phone 1796* Strowger Phone jßi
••A FENV HERRY WORDS”
Congratulation* Caused Trouble Be
tween 1 wo Colored I'emalc*.
There was a counter attraction for
the crowd that gathered to ave the
soldiers at the depot last afternoon.
It was a light that oeeurred between
two females on the corner of Walker
and Cummlng street, which attracted
about two hundred people and block
ed the streets badly.
Mary Davis, colored, went to the
house of Muttlda King for the pur
pose. so she said, to say "a Pew merry
’words," to a newly married cottplc.who
were staying there. Matilda had. on
account of an old quarrel, forbidden
Mary to come to the house.
The "merry words" were hardly out
of Mary’s mouth, when Matilda grab
bed a chair and broke It over Mary's
head. Then the two women took to
the street, fighting like demons.
A great crowd gathered to see the
fun. An officer, however, broke up tbe
row, aud this morning the two bellig
erents appeared at court.
It was $3.50 for Matilda and $1.50
An Infant’s Death.
The 18-months-old Infant daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Anderson died at an early
hour this morning. The remains were
taken to Mechanics Hill this afternoon
for Interment. Many friends sympa
thise with the bereaved parents.
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fitPfM Ml PM B»iiy frlrids fnl Ip
, tha kevoeat amaa the d#ap horeave
meat eauad by hla death Hla remain*
were carried yesterday nu rsing to Id■
Oraage. where they were Interred last
' aftwsong, Mr. Dillard established
Mt I.nke'a church several years ago
Co 0, second Oeorgla volunteers,
under the command of Captain Beuaae.
•re aa peeled Wednesday. A big bar
i*erije will br given In honor of them
Thnnutay. They will receive a hearty
welcome at the bands of elttsena of
j Athena, for all are anatooa to aaa them
back home agala.
DIAMOND JUBILEE CARNIVAL
Macon, rta ,
The Central of ileorgta rallwav will
•ell recursion tickets Auguaia In Ma
con fit. nn Oct. It. U and 1A with
Anal limit Oct. 11. I*W. at rat* of W.™
for the round trip. And will alao sell
racuralnn tickets on Oet. Id. It. It and
IS. with (Inal limit to Oet. t*. t*»*. at
<um> fare for round trip. For Informa
tion regarding schedules, etc.. «t'pl> to
M. C. Jones, C T. A.; W. A. Olbhes,
C T A., or J. W. Nall, Commercial
Augusta. Oa., Wednesday. Oct. *.
tsv*. (XBcs located In United States
government building; telephone No.
Forecast for S* hour* ending S p. m.
Oet. I. I*9*.
Washington forecast for South Oarn-
Unn Threatening weather tonight;
fair and probably cooler In western por
tion Thursday; fresh souhterly winds.
Washington forecast foe Oeorgla?
I‘artly cloudy "weather tonight; fair,
cooler In northern portion Thursday;
fresh, southeast winds, diminishing.
Ixk-hI forecast for Augusta ami vicin
ity: Fair tonight and Thursday: cotier
THR RTVIOR. ,
The river al 8 a. in. was 17.8 feet, a
fall of 01 feet In the past 24 hours.
A storm of moderate energy Is loeated
this morning over the lower lakes,
while a derided rise In pressure occur
red over the Roeky mountains.
The following heavy rains are report
ed: Rlberton. 1.12: Charlotte. 1:00;
Cleveland, 1:14; Riiffalo, 1:28; Colum
bus. (la.. 1:10: Spartanburg. 1:28 Inches.
A thunderstorm Is also reported at Bos
Temperatures have fallen decldelly
west of the Mississippi and north of
Texas; also In New England, with a
killing frost reported at North Platte
under a temperature of 28 degrees.
REV. HUNTER DAVIDSON
Will Address Men at Y. M. C. A.
Rev. Hunter Davtdson.of the Church
of the Good Shepherd, will, on next
Sunday afternoon, address the men’s
meeting at the Y. M. C. A.
Rev. Davidson is a most entertain
ing talker, as all know who have
His subject for Sunday will be "The
Mother of Ruin.”
Some excellent singing will be ren
dered at the meeting. All are invited.
No City Court Today.
Owing to the election today, the
regular session of the city court was
held over till tomorrow.
Mr. Carlton HlUyer went up to At
lanta ibis morning.., ,_«.nriT"
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tbisf. havitig oomdsß l * 4 W aombor
of tbofta. •
TV stolen goods srarv foond si No.
IM Anthony atraat
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by bla dospocaiß dash throogh to*
• Indosr pane*
TVs nptnrs was a splendid on*, and
one of tha worst ratals that th* po-
Ite* hsv* *v*r had any drollnga with
la bow aartiraly bahlnd tha ham. Hia
I artn*r aad hlmsTlf will b# trlod at
tha suporhw court.
Mahoney & Armstrong,
(Vat and Wood Daalara. Odlc* and
yard No 1 Mava/iati strvvl • Both
Bell Phone 17*6. Arrowger Phone sßt
And V hen Asked to Deals! Used Hla
John Youngblood, a negro, waa. thla
morning, bound over to tba Superior,
Court on a charge of shooting at an
other. hla bond being placed al *IOO.
H* also waa Mini $lO tor violating No.
John was at a dance last night, and
a boy by Hie name of Will Walker
was calling tbe figures and taking
general charge of tbe Terpeiehorean
John, evidently, was dead stuck on
th* dance, for when Will told him hia
time had come to alt down and let an
other set of dancers have the Boor, he
refused and kepi on dancing. Will
remonstrated and finally attempted to
ait John down.
John pulled his pistol, and Will
grabebd the weapon. The pistol went
off In the air, the ball Imbedding itaelf
In the roof of the ballroom.
John claimed that It was all an ac- j
rldent when confronted with the :
charge, hut evidence was ngainst him j
and he was sentenced, as haa been told
A Word to the W ise is sufficient.
Ely’s Cream Balm has completely
cured hie of catarrh when everything
else failed.—Alfred W. Stevens, Cald
Ely’s Cream Balm works like a
charm; It has cured me of the most
obstinate cose nf cold In the heed; I
would not he without It.—Fred’k Fries.
293 Hart St.. Brooklyn. N. Y.
A 10c. trial slse or the 50c. site of
Ely’s Cream Balm will be mailed. Kept
by druggists. Ely Brothers, 56 War
ren St.. N. Y.
BACK FROM ATLANTA
Judge Baxter and Attorney Russell
Have Been Engaged on a Case.
Judge E. B. Baxter and Attorney Al
beit Russell returned last night from
AtlantH, Where they have been arguing
a rase before the supreme court.
The case Is that of Humphrey John
son, convicted here at the May term of
the superior court of manslaughter.
Johnson killed Clarence Mariam out
ne*r Mr, Dan Bowles in the latter part
of last year. A new trial was appealed
fur, but it will he some time before It
is known what success has been met
Mrs. M. A. Reid of Harlem is in
the city today.
Mrs. W. W. Frye and family have
returned from Atlanta.
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PROFESSOR JOHN WI BO AND
Leaves Torooerow »Hk Hls I emitv
l or Asissssk.
Prof. John WirneA and family
will l*av# tomorroif for ttavaaaab
sshgra they will In futur* mu4* Prof
Wksgond has srcrpisf th* pcattltm of
orgnnlat of tb* l.utberan duirrh nf th*
Aacansli.ii, and will also laarh tdiuuc.
Be.vansnb off*ra a wide field for prof-
Wlegand’a unusual muaical abßlUoa,
and many frl*nda her*, while ragoet
ting hla departura wish him every
suness In his n*w home.
, MR BLTLtR S FUNERAL
Remains Laid to Rest In City Cem
Ttie funtral of Mr. Tom Butler
occurred yesterday afternoon at 4
o’clock from hla residence In Hamburg
[ Rev. T. M. Oolphln. of Curtla
church officiating, with the solemn bu
rial rite* of tbe Baptist church. The,
remains were followed to the grave |
by nmey friends and acquaintances,
and all that was mortal of this well
known man was iaid to rest In the
FUNERAL OF T B BOYD
Occurs This Afternoon In Hephzl
The funeral of Mr, Thomas B. Boyd j
occurß this afternoon in Hephaibah. I
Mr. Boyd’s death, which occurred yes-j
terday, was caused by hemorrhagic j
fever and was very euddea, he having (
been sick only three days. Mr. Boyd
was a prosperous planter of Burke
county and was 35,. years of age. He
leaves a wife and family to whom Is
extended much sympathy In their hour
of sore bereavements
A WOMAN’S MEMORANDUM
A Sample of How a Woman's Mind Is
Taxed When Shopping
The followng memorandum, periled
on the back of a visiting card, was
picked up In a store today. The hrter
egeoeous commingling of contrarieties
is truly ludicrous, but the list is a pret
ty fair specimen of the average wo
man's shopping expeditions, and the
ahsolute necessity of her carrying a
memorandum. The list reads as fol
lows: Lamp chimney, molasses, wrap
per, butter, shoes, F.lectrlc starch, sol
der. shirt waist, lye, drapery, burner,
tomatoes, soap grease and Elementary
Exercise Opera 1, Edward Schubert,
No. 23, Union Squash, N. Y.
Death In Langley.
Mr. W. J. McCoilough. an old well
known resident ofjLangley. died this
morning. Mr.* Mijlqlleugh was sixty
years of age and Nell known in the
community in which he lived.
It is rumored thlySenator Cfuay. of
Pennsylvania, is to be arrested on a
charge of criminal TTUispiiacy. ,
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lirtui T#> —it 44 9mmo
sod thro tall! thoroughly srrssisl
ihrmr-’ — with tba provtalrosa
of thro* orders ratatlhg to masierlag
« Tba asraaaary iraa*a«rtattoa tm
Ibaaa movement, will be furnished hf
tba Qm,rlarmaster s Deparimeal aad
field raitna* for tea days aad travel
ration, for oa* day will be supplied by
tb* ,i*» tot ears detriment for tk*
. troop* going to ftavannah and Aitgna-
By order id Cot. Hmws
8. H Askew, Jr..
• first Id. and Adjf
gcmml Oa Vot. las.
On account of th* tremendous crowd
In th* armortr last evening and th*
; men being tired from their day’s trip,
•II of the returning soldier boys were
| ordered back this morning at t*n
A roll call will have to be held each
day until th* men go on their fur
lough All kh* morning th* armory
had quit* a war-Uk# appearance
* Group, of soldiers stood talking to
friends, stacks of guns, bras* buttons,
blue suits, and all necessary to a camp
was In evidence.
Captain Fry# began receiving the
equipments of the men preparatory to
their furlough and mustering out. As
each man’s name waa called he preaen
'ted all articles issued to him, with the
! exception of cloth**, and had the same
credited to his name
Capt. Renkl'a com pan >' will begin
this turning in of equipments totnor
At three o'clock tomorrow afternoon
. the two companies will assemble tq
| the armory to prepare for dress pa
rade. This will occur on Broad
street and large numbers of citizens
will doubtless watch our boys go
through their maneuvers. Immediately
after dress parade the men will bo
; marched into the armory and given a
i verbal furlough until the 4th of No
j Although the men are now allowed
[to go home and associate with their
[friends they are still under army dis
cipline and are conmelled to answer
roll call dally.
On the fourth of November the men
will be placed in camp somewhere
near the city, the site to be selected by
an army official, where they will, re
main until mustered out. Three of
the boys failed to return. A. B. Car
ter of Company K is sick In the hospit
al al West Tampa, Corporal Lyon of
Company C is in Atlanta suffering
with a relapse of typhoid fever. Pri
vate Todd of Co. C is in Atlanta, suf
fering with mumps.
The lqdies are again busy this morn
ing disposing of the edibles left from
last night’s banquet. Ail soldiers ap
plying are furnished with what they
desire. The remainder will be sent to
The Ellis Restaurant has
moved first dooor above
MRS. CLEn WEATHERSBEE
Well Known Lady of Willlston Passed
Mrs. Clem Weathersbee. a well known
lady of Willlston, S. C.. died yesterday
of intermittent fever, after an illness
of three weeks, Mrs. Weathersbee was
64 years of age and has many friends
in Augusta who will regret to learn of
her demise. The funeral occurs today
I could not
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-I will go Waal • oaid Oofhrot *» l
I m.ft l MTV a word, set even gondbf.
bat when I get hoaw I wHI sac If !
ca* g*« fair piny ibw, "
t Virtott wna very much diros, tsfie 1
• ith • •intemeet mad* by McCoy
"What do yon think of aa aaptraa!
for honors like Mr ’oy saving that I
must figm him, and that lam Ml-
I oane It ta too ridlcotooa. I haw*
j fought my way from tbn bottom ranks
to tbe top. I have won the amateur
and profroatoiwl rh*mplon,h:p of tbe
world, and here come, a fellow, who
ihiaka he knows It aH.and waatn to
[dictate to me. ! have never been treat
I rd in aorh a marvoer before In my
whole career It was my own fault for
giving him wny recognition. However.
I have sine uteri lo say nothing fro puh
lirat It,a and lot the Kid do aa he
. pleases," •
! GroflW Onnsldlne. hla manager, wks
asked to aspresa an opinion on Cor
intt’a atitemrnt that he would not
fight MbCoff- AT fir*, he refused, hot
when kreseed fro n definite reply antd:
1 -Oh. I guess he’ll be there."
l<aat weak Corbett declnreri off his
! fight with McCoy. Then followed th*
collision between the two pugilists.
After that Incident. Dave Nugent, pres
ident of the Hawthorn# Athletic Club,
sent Consldlsie a note claiming lha
Corbett got $2,000 training men. v und«r
false pretence*. Thro Corbett oatd he
j would be prepared to fight on tbe
scheduled time, and it was taken for
grunted that he meant bualnesa until
his change of base yesterday.
Of Castle Mall By Knlghta of Phythlas
The formal dedication of the Castle
Hall for Pythian usage by the Knights
of Pythias will occur tonight at 8:30.
The Knights and their lady friends
only ere Invited and not the public
generally. The program will be:
Opening of Lodge.
Arrival of Graud Igidge Officers.
Formal Dedication by Officers ol
Musk hy Sutherland Band.
Oration by Knight John F. Porter.
Address by Knight D. G. Fogarty.
Address by Knight A. H. Russell.
Music. „ _ -
Oration by C. H. Cohen. P. G. C.
The exercises will begin «t 8.30
o'clock. . . *
The refreshments will beserved by
Mr. John D. Hsbu.
To Be Given to fir. and Mrs. E. W.
Tonight at the Grand there will be
the largest box party of the season giv
en to Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Butt, who
are to lease soon for Liverpool.
The boxes will be filed with the
beauty and elite of Augusta's society,
in honor of the departing guests.
The party will add mueh lo the at
tractiveness of the Grand tonight.
TOO LATE FOR CLASSIFICATION
WANTED—GIRLS AT INN RESTAU
. RANT. 717 Brftad Street.
I WANTED-CHEAP BOOK CASE. AD
('DRESS Student, Medtead College. '
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STOCK AND RECK I I*TS.
Stork in Aituitli.. » .. lH’t KMt
Itrcetpla'waca Sept 1 .. MO»7 »»
Augusta, «*.. Oct. A—lAvrrpool r»*
hlr« were alrongrr thi« morning. l»>th
ter apot* and arrivals. Spot* weir*
tlrtncr and In better demand. pn-ea
I-and higher. Mir* 18.000. Future* %
to I point up. Nr* York on the *r»t
rail aboard I to I |»6nt* improvement
and lalrr mndr furthrr gatna unUI th*
markrt aboard pain* of live point* for
the day. At 2 o'clock the market la
steady with B.S» for January. The amr
ket shows * rather strung undertone.
The rrralpta are liberal. New Orleans
experts 11 000 tomorrow and Houston
PAINE. MURPHY & CO.
NEW YORK COTTOJf.
January 1.33 8 "*
February .. 8.12 8 *3
March . .. I ll B. IT
April 8.82 8 M
May 8.55 IN
June .. .. .. .. 5.50
October ...... .. .. .. .. 5.27
November .. 6.27 6.2*
December 5.3.1 5.3*
January and Feb 2.63 2.63
Feb. and March 3.6*1 2.66
March and April 3.61 3.01 62
April and May 3.63 3.02 03
June and July 3.03 3.03 0*
uly and August 3.06 3.05
August and Sept 3 63 3.05 6*
Sept, and Oct 3.01 3.00 01
Oct. and Nov 2.63 3.00 2.63 00
Nov. and Dec 2.63 3.00 2.03
Dec and Jau, 2.63 2.63
New Orleans 905.1 10967
Mobile 14 °6
Savannah 8204 iOIO
Charleston .. 3381
Norfolk 3570 <22*
Boston 359 :s3
Estimated total 50506 55000
December * 02 62 K fc
December 2954 25%
..May 2114 32
May 22; * 22 %
December 4 ™ 4 f®
January 4 -‘ 2 4 -‘ 2
October 5 -25 5 17
January 4 -»‘ . 4 - 5 ‘