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aortk—at; 3 mil— at Bismarck ftum
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ihr couth tkto rooming
New Maple Syrup, tin—t quality. In
kulk and ran* at Idimkin A Co. *.
\\ hat to Now Oolng oa la That Pretty
Special to The Herald.
Hi pbzibab. Ga.. Ort. JO —Mr* Alice
Wiggiu* la vtotilng Mra. Jno. B. Fry
er oo Fryer avenue.
Mr. Walter Joknatoo. of De Bruce;
Miw Clara B— go. of G rare wood, and
Mr. W. C. Turoer, of Augusta, are In
Mi— Joate Turner returned yeater
day from a pleasant visit among
friends at Girard.
Prof. R. Addison lamdsdell, of the
High school, was yestedray unani
mously called to the pastorate of Ml.
Zion Baptist rharrh at Blythe, to serve
the ensuing year The many friends of
the young minister hope be will ac
Rev. F. D Cantrell preached In the
M. E. church yesterday. Two jo'ned
one by certificate and one by profes
sion. The music wss good. The la
dle* of the Baptist church will park a
box for a mission In Oklahoma next
The Ellis Restaurant has
moved first door above
The News at This Pretty Little Caro
Special to The Herld.
Wmnsboro, S. C., Oct. 10. —Bratton,
the youngest son of Mr. G. H. McMas
ler died Thursday morning of typhoid
fever and was buried on Friday morn
ing at the A. R. P. graveyard. He
was fourteen years old and a very
Cards have been received here an
nouncing the marriage of Miss Sallie
Klmber, of Ridgeway, to pr. Hoover,
to take place on the 19th Inst. Miss
Annie Aiken, of this place, will act as
maid of honor.
The Southern railway la going to
build a new passenger depot here
which will cost about |ISOO or S2OOO.
Rev. Roy Alston and daughter. Miss
Charlotte, have gone to Washington
to attend the general convention of thru,
The •‘merry-go-round” is here, to the
delight of the small boys and negroes.
Rev. C. E. McDonald is quite un
well at his home in the city.
Mr. J. J. Obear has moved his etor.c
of drugs Into Dr. Buchanan's new store
on Congress street _
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STORES 722 Broad Street, Opposite Monument STORES ...
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MART K ftTICKNBT. In Rrptember
Daughter, of Confederacy Convention
Thto fourth annuai wiiwitMi nt IH#
(l4»Grflt IRvMM **f th# Pttttl* -
ti*ry of lb** will tie In
Rumc thl* week, beginning Wedne*dhy
The following program, sut.jert to
rhaoge. i* furnished by M rs. J. A.
Itnunsavllle. the president of the Geor
Wednesday. October, is.
1# a. m.—lnvocation. Music Atldr<-«a
of welcome by Mr*. Henry A. Hrollh,
president Rome ehspter. Response by
Mr*. Julia Iverson l**tton. Atlanta. Re
p.jr» of credential committee Reading
of minute* by recording *eeretary. Re
port* of division officer* and auditing J
rootmlttee. Chapter report* tllmlted to
3 00 p. m. —Memorial nenrlee In honor
of Varnia Annie Jefferson Davis. Pray
er. Music, vocal. ' Winnie Davl*. the
I*aughter of the Confederacy. Her Birth
and Childhood." by Mrs. J. It. Boston:
“Home Life," tiy Miss Florence Fouche;
"Life in the North." by Miss A. C.
Renning; “Memorable Visit* to Geor
gia." by Mr*. C. H J. Plane; "How
and Why the Veterans Loved Her.”
Reminiscence*, Resolution*. Music, vo
Thursday. Octoher, ij.
9:30 a. m —Report of work of P. D.
C- for I*9*. by Mrs. J. Jefferson Thom
as. treasurer P. D. C. Committee re
ports and action thereon.
3:o<i p. m. Committee reports and
action thereon. Unfinished business.
8:00 p. m.—Overture by Profess r #.
J. Fostln and orchestra. Fraternal
greeting*. Music. Introduction of ora
tor, by Hon. Seaborn Wright. Address,
•'Confederation of patriotic Orders "f
All Nations,” by General C. A. Kvana.
Friday. October 14.
9:30 a. in.—Special committee report*
and action thereon. Sew business Hnd
action thereon. Informal conference.
Appointment of committees. Adjourn
All delegate* are requested to present
credentials between 9:30 and 10 o clock
a. m. October 12 in credential room.
Wednesday, October 13. 1 p. m.. mu
sicale. tendered by President and Mis.
T. J. Simmons, Shorter college.
Friday. Or to tier 14, 3 p. m. drive to!
points of interest. Delegates will as- j
snmble in Armstrong parlors arid
thence drive to the Confederate mon
ument, Myrtle Hill cemetery and oth- j
er picturesque points.
Friday. October 14, 3 p. m.. farewell (
muslcale, tendered by Professor and
Mrs. P. J. Fostin, Conservatory of
Committee to Report.
The committees to report at the con
vention are as follows:
Executive Committee—Mrs. J. A.
Rounsaville, Rome; Miss Anna C. Hen
ning, Columbus; Mrs. John K. Ottey,
Atanta; Mrs. Cornelius Terhune,
Rome; Mrs. Calder B. Willingham,
Macon; Mrs. M. M. Madden. Bruns
wick; Mrs. Dora C. Lanier, Atlanta;
Miss Mildred Rutherford, Athens.
Auditing Committee Miss Mary
Hamilton, Athens, chairman.
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f.ltne, Athena. Mr*. Am-l't*»n Crttim*
Macon, Mr*. Metki—U Wolff. Atlanta.
Mr*, b. Vauxkan Nlxob. Attoßt*. Mia*
llunnt* t/ivr, Atlanta.
Committee on Hannn for Georgia is -
vtotodl. r V.-r Mr*. Ida ICvana Kv*.
lAugu.ta Mr* E. O. Mcfatm. Atlanta.
I Mr* t. H It*lri«-« Kavannah.
C.rmmlltc* on Grave# us Confederate
Roldiera Iturterl In the North- Mr*.
Hohert Bmory I*arke. Macon: Mr*. Ida
iKvana Eve. Auguata; Mr*. Helen
j I’lvne. Allan’*
I To thvaent tTalma of Georgia Room
' White llnuee of the Confederacy at
I Kk-hmo—l Mr# R<4rert Krrmry Park.
A riper la I committee nt veteran* and
fraughlcr# of the C«»nfcderar-y wa# *P
lMilnird at the convention. In Auguata
to Inveatlgate and report upon the mer-
I It* of a entitled " The Four
[Year#' Struggle,” written by a gifted
I Daughter of the Confederacy and pre
: aentr-d h> manuacript form for conaid*
! rration of the D, of C. le-fore pxMin
jtlon. Thl* committee conalata of Capt.
J, nice ttinlth, Auguata; Mr. Marlon
j Stovall. Auguata; Mrs. J. A. Gam
mon. Rome; Mra. b. K. Rirgnra.
ltarneaville; Mr*. Jeffereon Thomaa, of
A committee wit tic appointed during
the convention to recommend action to
be taken by the Daughtera of the Con
federacy for the eatabllahmcnt of a
permanent memorial to Winnie Davie.
Also a committee on preaentatlon of
badge of honor to veterans of the Con
The first meeting for this season of
the Needlework Guild will be held Wed
nesday afternoon, at 4 o'clock, at the
home of Mrs. W. H. Warren.
The University Extension dub will
have its first lttemry meeting for the
now season this afternoon at 4 o'clock
at the Tubman.
The engagement is announced of Mias
Carrlebelle Kadcllffe to Mr. Oscar
Wtuughtnn, the marriage to occur In
Mrs. J. Miller Walker has returned
from New York.
Mrs. Herbert Rountree is visiting
fiievtds in Macon.
Mrs. W. H. Warren Is visiting
friends in Atlanta.
The Misses Burdell have moved to
Augusta from Bath.
Rev. and Mrs. Chauncey Williams
have returned from Virginia.
Mrs. Adolph Lety is the guest of
Mrs. Anna Heard on the Hill.
Misses Henrietta and Margaret Rob
ertson are spending this week In Ma
Miss Belle McAlpin, of Savannah, is
the guest of her sister, Mrs. T. I. Hick
Mr. and Mrs. John David Wright and
family have moved to Augusta from
Miss H. M. Robertson and Miss Mar
garet W. Robertson left this morning
for Macon, and will guests of their un
cle, Judge A. D. Miller.
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LAID TO REST.
leather Clara Cotliw Burred \ ealerday
TcarbfT Clam CotUa. colored, cm#
lof Ike lß*tructi«ra of tk* F.m Ward
'•ckool. w— very nicely kurted. Tkr
I I err muni ea were held at the Trinity C.
M K. church, and were c< nducted ky
lira. W. J. While and C. T. Walker.
I Prof. L B. Kvana, tk* superintendent
|uf the arhoola. togetber with n large
Iconcourse of people were preaent.
| The principal* of the public school*
A. R. Johnson. H. I* Jkalk
ler, P. H, Craig, I. Blocker, L. K.
White. M. J. Hryacoll— acted aa pall
! hearer*. Thr roost lieautlful floral de
j signs were presented by teacher* and
[ pupils of the Find. Ward school and al
jao hy teacher* of the Miutge Street
school, and also floral donation* from
[other friend* made a very beautiful
Today the pupils of the First Ward
school, room by room, are allowed to
go over and view the grave.
The deceased wa* a very faithful
teaeher and a large number of pupils,
teachers and friends mourn her loas.
A free assortment df finest California
fruita received at Lamkin A Co.’a.
THE PRIHARY IN THE PIRST.
The Arrangement* Therefor Have Not
Yet Been Completed.
The primary in the First ward,
w hile It has been agreed upon, has not
been arranged. That is. the rule* gov
erning the primary have not been
made up anil agreed to.
There seems to tie the greatest pleas
ure, especially in the First, that there
Is to be a primary. As a matter of
fact, at no time has there been any
doubt about such arrangements. Mr.
Brown wanted such expression from
the white voters and Mr. Martin was
announced subject to a white primary.
There were voters In the wari' who
objected to a primary. However, the
sentiment then and the desires of the
candidates overwhelmed them.
BROKE HER LEO.
Carrie Terry Sustains Painful Acci
dent While Bicycling.
Carrie Terry, a colored girl about
19 years of age, sustained a paftiful ac
cident yesterday afternoon, the result
of ft bicycle accident.
Carrie, with a couple of friends, was
enjoying a bicycle ride. When pass
ing out Marbury street her bicycle col
lided In some way with those of her
companions find sne was thrown vio
lently to the ground, falling with full
weight, on her left leg, causing It to
snap in two just above the ankle.
Two gentlemen driving part al the
time and seeing the accident placed the
girl in their buggy and carried her to
the Lamar hospital, where the injured
member was treated. Carrie is today
resting easily, hut It will he some time
before she can again mount a wheel.
Bean the Kind You Have Always Bought
COI. TILLMAN IN TOWN.
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wker* ke <an g*4 aatvtnx and aourt.k
I meat" ,
! Uol AUtoa'a eadnreeroeat was a*
"Rewpeetfaliy t—nrned Perwl*
sloa is granted to IA. Col Jar H Tttt
man to ekange kl* quarter* oa areoaat
I of •tekne— as rep—ted. to a tooro in n
I hotel or hoarding houae the name of
htMrt and numt<er of room to he repor
ted to these headquarter* with exten
sion of limit* to dining room
land water eloaetx of hotel. This
| permission I* granted for four
I days **
Col. Tillman very properly ka* nw
! thing 10 —y In regard to the rumor*
that he will inatltutr court martial
j proceeding* against the other officer*.
He say* that he Is receiving testimo
nials of sympathy from friends oyer
We Have the cheapest
and best special order
Restaurant in town. Come
and be convinced.
7 I 7 Broad Street.
WANTED HLR CuW.
Emma Davis Appealed to the Uw
Some time slnre. Emma Davia, color
id, hnti not the ways and means to
care for her cow. She therefore made
a proposition to Caroline Jones, rolor
|cd,stating that Caroline could have the
use of the cow If she would feed it.
Caroline entered into the agreement,
hilt mum became dissatisfied and pro
reeded to swap the cow for another
, one. Emma wanted her cow a few
- days wince and low and behold II had
[disappeared end Caroline refused to
■ give up the one she had.
| Emma put the case In the hands of
Mr. Henry Hammond and in a Jury
[trial before Judge Muse today the cow
| was given to Emma and Caroline had
to pay all the costs of the case.
B»sr. tfas A Tl» Kind You Haw Always Bough!
TO JOIN REGIMENT.,
Privates Terrell and Nelson Dismissed
Warned Terrell and Anthony Nel
son, privates of the Tenth regiment,
who have been laid up for several
weeks with fever at the Lamar hos
pital weie today discharged and wilt
leave this afternoon or tomorrow for
Lexington, l<y„ where they will join
their regiment at Camp Hamilton.
The other soldiers who entered the
hospital at the time of the Tenth's
breaking camp here are still 111 and it
will probably be weeks before they are
sufficiently recovered to be dismissed.
We have moved to the
Ellis Restaurant stand at
7I 7 Broad street. Will be
glad to serve all, old and
Mr. A. M. Daly, formerly of Augusta,
but now of New York, was- a director
of the C. L. A. Since he left here some
months ago Lis position has been va
Mr. J. A. Burke has? been elected to
fill his unexplred time.
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| SHOES THAT ARE KNOWN I
y Known from Maine lo
California as the BEST
that material and good
jßjGpv workmanship can pro-
I H k duce.
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Everything that is sty- KSJj
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lortahle. comhincd with
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Hanan & Sons Shoes.
CASHIN. GOULEY & VAUGHAN, 808 Broad Street.
AGENTS FOR Yl AN AN * SON.
l egal Notice.
BTATE DF GEORGIA.
: RICHMOND COUNTY.
I To the Superior Court of Said County;
The petition of 11. P. Shewmake and
W. J. Shea make, of said state and
1 ounty and Claude Hhewmake. of said
, state and FuHon county, r -sportfully
| J. That for themselves, their a*»ocl
ale*. successors and assigns, they de
sire* to be Incorporated ui ter the name
and style of The Augusta I-oan and
Trust Company for a period of twenty
year*, with the privilege of renewal
nt the end of that time, with power
by that name to make contract*, buy.
sell, lease or rent real estate and per
sons i property, to Iwrow and lend
money, to subscribe for. purchase, re
ceive and hold the stock «nd obliga
tion* of any corporation chartered un
der the law* of this or any other state
or territory of the United State*, to
have the power to buy It* own slock, to
act as guardians and trustees, admin
istrator* and executors of estates, to
represent as agents life, accident, fire
and all other kinds of Insurance and
surety r<>mi*aiiles, to lend money on
note, draft, bond or otherwise, and to
take fur security of such loan* or obli
gation!* mortgage*, security deeds,
deed* of trust or otherwise, also to bor
row’ money on note, draft, or otherwise,
land by vote of the director* to secure
such debt, obligation or bond by mort
gage, seeurlty deed, deed of trust, or
otherwise, to make by-laws, rule* and
regulations for the government of the
corporation and the conduct of its busi
ness, also defining, limiting and re
stricting the terms on which the stock
in the company shall be transferred,
and to have and to use all other powers
usually conferred upon private corim
rations in this slute.
2. The particular place of business to
be In Augusta, Richmond County, Geor
gia. The capital stock of said company
to 1m- five thousand ($5 (K)0) dollars, of
which twenty per cent is actually paid
In, with the privilege of lncieasing the
capital stock from time to time by aj
majority vote of the stockholder* to
any sum not to exceed thirty-five thou
sand ($35,000) dollars. The shares to
be one hundred ($100) dollars each, and
each share to lie entitled to one vote.
3. The object of the company being'
pecuniary gain, and the particular bu
siness to be buying, selling, renting:
and leasing real and personal property.)
lending money on real and personal]
property, acting as guardian and trus-j
tee, administrator and executor of es
tates, acting as agents for insurance
and surety companies of all kinds.
4. The company shall have the right
to establish agepcies In any county ofj
this state, arid to appoint agents Ini
any other state or territory of the tTnl-|
ft. Petitioners pray that there shall he|
4io personal liability upoti any stock
holder except to the amount of their
And your petittloners will ever pray,’
Pic., ' JOS. S. REYNOLDS,
STATE OF GEORGIA,
1, George B. Fournelle, Deputy Clerk
of the Superior Court in and for said
county, do heieby certify that the
above and foregoing petition of the Au
gusta Loan and Trust Company i* a
iffiF »•*► totoffi ikto M 1
true copy of the nrtgliMU, filed In tliti
cfflrc thl* third day of October, I**«.
Wltneaa my official atgnatore and *eaf
of Mid court thla third day of October,
ltd*. UKO. R. IMI-KNKL.UG.
Piled In tbl* office tbla third day of
0190. n. pnrrt.vnuA
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go to No. 716 Broad Btr*at, ground floor.
F. C. dos Passos.
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FOB IBM FENCING
AUGUSTA FENCE CO.,
310 lOtb btreel, Augusts. Ga. *
of Town Work Boticiled VA
THE THIRD QEORQIA.
May He an Attraction 'at Macon
Macon. Ga., Oct. 10. —A telegram
was received last nigbt by President
Waxelbaura from Congressman Bart
lett Haying that the government would
let tlie Third Georgia come here dur
ing the carnival If the Carnival Asso
ciation would pay the, expense of trans
President Waxeltmum immediately
conferred with Chairman Talhott ol
the finance committee, and they deci
ded that if the regiment could he
brought here rheaply. they would pay
Ihe expense of the transportation.
They are negotiating with the rail
roads oh to the rates, and It will he
known this afternoon what will be
done. Everybody Is anxious to see the
Third Georgia and It would be a great
attraction during the carnival, and If
once brought here the government
might order it to be camped here un
til the brigade to which It belongs goes
SHOT IN THE KNEE.
Dick Carr, Maddened With Jealousy,
Shot a Woman.
Mr. Dick Carr shot Lou Duncan, a
woman of the l»lf -world, who resides
on Marbnry street, last night. The
wonpao was shot in the knee and was
taken to the city hospital, where the
bullet waa extracted.
Jealousy was the cause of the shoot
ing. Carr had not been apprehended
■ by the police up to noon.
He has two cases against him at
superior court, It was learned today. i