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uu.i ni ptNcnlvd t« Mr. and
Mr*. I.' hmsnn tty Ih" Inhabitants. Th.-
M*dr**s fatiKlnrtl thr fnlliiwlm:
• U> srv particularly gisd of th« op
portunity rtf wrti.iflttnf Mr*- l*“hmtfty
t» hrr English lr>me. wnwiumr •*
•hr will among u* th*t great notion
la which *> arc united by *o many tb S
of |c.i»hln and affection."
Am- n* those who signed the address
wi re L«rd Curion, Mi. "'. M Oreo
fell and Mr. M. Oold (Oxford atrnkel.
Mr*. L-htnann *ll alao the rerlp*enl
of a bandaoma bouquet of orchid*, and
Mr. Lehmann ha* received a very
large number of valuable present*
free- rowing clultg, oaramen and other
ZoU and Englishman.
Mr*. Edward Collin* of London ha*
pieparcd a letter for presentation to M.
Zola, and It Is being signed by repre
sentative English women. It runs
Hlr-HV. the undersigned worm a of
England, desire to give voice to the
wellnigh universal feeling In this coun
try concerning the noble and disinter*
rated part you have taken tn the cause
of Justice and the position In which you
are now placed.
"W* wish to express our deen sym
pathy to you at the unjust renalty you
are asked to pav for the fearlesv ut
terance of what you believe to be the
"We sincerely admire the noble cour
age, self-sacrifice and disinterested sin
cerity you have displayed in a most
At the same time we feel convinced
that your powerful and dear Intellect
will find some way of overcoming the
apparently insurmountable difficulties,
and that you will be able to conUnuo
while all the world looks on in admira
tion the noble work you have com
"This we can say without any bit
terness against France, since we 'eel
morally certain that tile good sense of
your fellow countrymen will reassert
Itself when the clouds of passion and
prejudice now binding them have pass
er] away. Then they will recognize, as
we do now, that you have been fighting
almost singldianded. not only as the
champion of justice and of a reasonable
regard for the discovery of truth, but
also on behalf of the honor of France."
Among the signers are Ellen Terry,
Parah Grand, Miss Braddon, Edna Ly
all, Mrs. Sidney Webb, Miss Camptrell.
president of the Women’s International
Progressive Union; Mile. Adrienne Ne
gtde, preside! of the Women's Vegeta
rian Union, Miss Rossetti Fanny Da
vies, Mrs. Harry Furniss and hun
dreds of others.—New York Sun.
Retninicences of a Cook.
Once in a while thy rosy cheeked cook
In the white mob cap has an attack of
erudition. It does not last long, but
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TfeanJi) Rcgdlng Club.
W. C. T. 11,
The weekly prayer me*, eg jf (hr
Woman r Chilulee Tempo-i««e nlvc
will be hrld In (he lecture room of S<
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three children burned.
A Terrible FatlNty Near Rock Hill,
Rock Hill, S. 0.. Nov. I—A very
sad tragedy occurred near Issalie, in
(hi* county. Tuesday Mat at about
noon, when the houae of Dan Cure
ton, colored, who llvea on William
Smith’* place, was consumed l»y fire.
Curelon and his wife had gone to the
field to pick cotton, leaving three chil
dren In the house, whose a" ■«
reaper lively were six month*,
four year* and six years. The
latter had been quite side and
wa* confined to Its bed. In one room
of the houae was about a bale and a
half of seed cotton. While the patents
were away the house caught fire In
some way unknown and before anyone
could reach the place the building,
with Its three occupants, was entirely
consumed. It is a strange coincidence
that in February last the wife of Ned
Hanna was burned to death in the
OMAHA SHOW CLOSES.
Paid Expense* and Has a Surplus ot
' Omaha, Neb., Nov. 2.—-The exposl
tlcn closed Monday night. About ">.-
000 iiersonx passed through the gates
on the closing day. The enterprise
proved a great success and will very
llkdy he continued in some form or
other next year. The most popular
scheme seems to be'to make it a colo
nial exposition next, In which the pro
ducts of the new colonies acquired In
, the, Spanish war may be exhibited,
j The exposition has proved a financial
! success. A little les sthan two million
dollars representes the receipts, while
I the exposition cost about on*' million
' four hundred and fifty thousand dol
lars. This leaves something like four
husdred thousand dollars surpjus to he
divided among the stockholders. The
attendance was tw*o million six hundred
jjnd twenty-five thousand three hun
dred and ninety-eight.
A large number of suits have been fil
ed for damages by concessionaries, who
assert that they have lost money be
cause the exposition faded to keep its
contract. It looks like a concerted at
tack to reduce the surplus. These suits
run all the way from fifteen thousand
dollars, which the Wild West company
wants, because the exposition gave *-
the exclusive contract for exhibiting
Indians, and then put on the Indian
Congress, which ruined Its business, to
a fifty thousand dollar damage suit
which th ■ two Oriental streets want
for violation of contract in various
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Mr. Kohert J. llnrneft, one of our
| nftn<tiMjm**ftt ind m«t«C popular aoldler
In in, who hm been up al old Color ion
on a vlali to hi* aiater. Mia. Hal Stei
ner. left ua on Monday, frwitly to the
rexret of bin many youwr lady frlenda.
who aay: * Hl* iHromnilnn woufdn't lie
long coming If It depended on ua. and
we would grant him a furlough, too.**
The congregation of the M# thodiat
Episcopal church waa treated to three
or four moat excellent aemiona this
week from the Rev. M T. H. Rich
nrdaon of South Carolina. The Rome
paper* apoke moat highly of hia mlnla
trntlon during Ida late vlalt there. A
aoldier In the Confederate army, he
waa wounded four time* a n d never
quite recovered, yet he la an evangellat
who haa two miaaion*—the aoread of
ChriatV goapel of love and charity and
the m Intel rat ion, by change and travel,
to the health of hla beloved and Invalid
"It la the face o f a mertyr!'’ *x
olaimefi on ■ of our aoldlera looking long
and earnestly at the noble, ivjthoth
face of Gomez. “And poor old Garcia,
after all hi* aacrlflre and atruggle, abut
out of Santiago because ho let some
men Blip by him. Ah. how can the Am
ericana, bred up on liberty, Judge of
th» «e people or Cuba whoae father* and
grandfather* were under the scourge of
cruel Spain so long—no long. How can
they Judge so harshly of soldiers who.
on nothing, made so brave a fight! How
1»„ so contemptuous because they take
the bread extended to starving lins by
those they deem their friends!” 11l this,
the exclamation of a private soldier, I
found food for much reflection.
HOW IS YOUR WIFE?
Has she lost her beauty? If so, Con
stipation, Indigestion, Sick Headache
are the principal causes. Karl's Clover
Root Tea has cured these 111* for half
a century. Price 25 cts. and 50 cts.
Money refunded if results are not sat
isfactory. Sold by— Retailers, T. A.
Buxton, Anderson’s Drug Store, Alex
ander’s Drug Store, West End Phar
macy. The King Pharmacj-; Wholesal
ers, Davenport & Phlnizy.
The Harrisburg bridge i» undvgoi.ip
some necessary repairing and as a con
sequence one Side is torn up. During
the process the Lake View cars pubs
each other 1n front of the upper bar
racks ami not on the bridge, as here
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Mtaa Uarolya Spelgih of Grrcavilla.
IS. C„ la the r> «i of Mr*. Tuiaar
Howard, in Wondlawn
Jia. K. Wallacr Janm Roger A H
tlolfirn and N. 0. Halla'd. of New
York, nr® nt tit® Commercial
Ja* P tkmnell Thomas Hart. J T.
Harper. W I. M'tta, and fi. Morel 10.
lat New York, are at the Ptaaters to*
Mr. and r.ra W. K. Miller. Mr*
Ht<-« art Phtaltr. Mlaa Lon Ray an*l
Mr*. Maggie Ihigaa left (hi* morning
for New York.
Mr. Perkin* of Auguata I* viaitlng
bla unrle Mr H. J. Brlnaon, of (he
Oregon Mr. Perl.lna la a rorreapond
,-nt of The Auguata Herald and a very
piiarant young man. Oreenwood
H. A. Fitzgerald. J W. England.
1,. L. (.raham, Alexander Marshall,
Cbarlea Wann. Rerdell Parker. John
Galnea. A. Vennle, Harry Pike. J. W.
Echols, H. H. Igq>n. 8. Roaenhaui and
Sam Jackson, of New York, are at the
Mr. W. H. Wooldridge of Memphis
and Mr. Frank F Ilavla of Jaekaon,
two well knov n rival commercial men
and boou companions, are In ihe city’
today. They are laMh popular tallow*
and have irany frlenda who are giad
to see them.
Rev. Thoa. 8. Plunket of the First
Presbyterian rhurefi of Augusta de
livered two very fine sermons at the
Presbyterian ehurrh here Sunday.
Both sermons w e atlentlvely llsten
iedlo by large audiences. It is hard
■lO find a preaeber who Is more at
ease In the pulpit than is Mr. Plunket.
New Mnplft, New Oricana and Geor
gia flyrups received at Lnmkin &
MORIONS QO ABROAD.
They Are Seeking Converts in the Old
New York, Nov. 2.—Eighteen emis
saries of the Mormon church sailed on
Saturday by the steamship Pennland.
The vessel carried a small party up her
previous voyage and Saturday’s com
pany was said to he the third within
a month that had left this city. The
missionaries expect to return at the
end of two years, bringing some appre
ciable additions to the population ot
Utah and the congregation of the faith
j’ Hans Christensen was the name of
one elder in this missionary board. Thai
man was Minnesota born, but of Scan
dinavian parentage. "I am going," he
said, "to some part of the Scandina
vian countries. There are many mis
sionaries of our faith now in S-.veden,
and there were some thousands of con
versions there last year. Tt is a coun
try of great hospitality, and the stran
ger is welcomed. Yet we may not trav
el without purse or script, as our el
ders do iu the south of this country,
because government regulations in
Europe make that impossible. Wa foi
, low the serlptfiral command us closely
as we. can. A fnan s wife does not go
with him to missionary work unless In
can afford the‘expense. We do not
Fresh Saur Kraut and
Dill Pickles at E. J. Doris.
\—~' OUR —
( mu. mt. lull )
tejjgs,. j ‘AcT-ventures
at all Dm#*, but ihi* particular "ad** will prova doubly tnt»" *•*»»* <o
thoift who *rill v«ntur« fito our »tor#a lo invwtigaUM»ur Nt*’ *• ”
offrriMft* of uMAftonab o goo • it r**A*ooabl« pr'coft. »*rr?
find thi» happy modium a I th« y«ar round. RICE & O gusvnum ♦
For Abovft fUrufo, Oi Wr#n** *o*l Don
itfum KMI ftorti ft h*il ftlution, nnlont
lip. »(*•• p to 8 a nil 9 lo 11. Ail tolHl
LidMt' cho»oca*o cok> r*d fancy v<Mrt«
in* lop button »hcM*. th»«« tr# »•-
itu m 12.50 v«>UM, but »» mrm ts-1 >»
to lot th«m go at abova » gur*.
Cants’ Calf linad Cork aoiad fhoaa.
luce and congrtis. SI.OO to ft* O
lass than any housa In tnts
Vnu sheu'd our Tan Wl'low Calf
Shoes for Cents at tha above »inure.
The price is no indication of wnat
this shoe ia Tmgv win wear and look
as wall as any $5 shoe sold in tha city
Cants' calf lined vici kid shoes, lace
and congress, for abova price and
that is *1 less tnan they can be
bought from any other housa in city
TIMES ARE NEVER SO HARD THAT YOU CANT AFFORD TO T RADE WITH
RICE & O’CONNOR SHOE CO.,
TWO 834 Broad St-eet, Name Across Sldewaik TWO
STORES 722 Broad Street, opposite M< rumant SI UK to
list or advertised letters
LIST OF ADVERTISED LETTERS.
Remaining In the poal«4Bc« al Auguata.
Ua., November 2. I*9*. IVraona calling
for Ihear letlera will fdeaae nay "adver
tised" aaid timin' the date.
R—Mr*. Clntha Bowman, Mrs. Frank
L Habhott. Mr*. Julia Ham.-lt, Mr*.
Mary Harnman, Mia. Mary Brown.
Miss Minnie Hkxker.
C—Miss Millie Cobh,
D—Miss Mary Elisa Dunn. Kllcabeth
Dtivla. Mlsa Oneal Duntmr
F—Mr*. Amy Fennle. Mi*. Elllzer
I Floyd, Mis* Eulce Framhro.
I o— Mlsa Della Gresham. Miss Vic toria
Griffith. Mira. K. A. Gray. Mlsa Mau
f ll—Maggie L. Huff, Ml*. G. K. How
ard. Mr*. Hettle Haydon.
J.—Miss Annie Jeffgoti, Mis* Annie
Jacksn, Mies Alberta M S. Johnaon.
L—Mr*. Georgia A. Lemons.
* M-Miss Mlttl» Mulkey. Mis* Myrtle
Moss, Miss M. A Mllwlnd, Miss Marg
N —Mrs. I’eter Noles.
I o—Miss Carrie Owens.
I p—Mrs. G. W. Patrlrk, Mr*. M. E.
■r_Mi-s. Janney Robertson, Miss Ju
lia F. Richard*.
S__yj t s. Bandera, Ida Bonding, Mrs.
Millie Hliaw, Miss Mamie Hlokes.
y_Mrs. Addle Tanksley. Miss lyiila
W—Mis# Louise Warner.
B—Edward Brown, L. 11. H. Black
well. Leon B. Boiardt. W. E. Britt.
C—T. C. Crawfotd. T. M. Cook. 8.
B. Cohen, J. C. Cannady, H. B. Cate,
E. W. Collins.
D—H. B. Dugger. T. W. Danforth,
George W. H. G. Dv.-on.
E—Jas. Edwards, Chax. Emanuel.
F—Alfred Fox. E. H. Forager, John
' Fltz, J. E. Fisher, First Serat. Saint
G—Thomas A. Gramblln, H. S. Greg-
I ory. Mr. Get sin.
! h—George F. Howard, J. I. If. Har
'rison, John R. Haliock, H. Hurt. J.
M. Henderson, J. W. Hawkins, T. J.
Hainsworth, Win. A. Holdford.
■ J—A. It. Johnson.
K—T. B. Kccth.
L —James Lowrey, Alexander Lenzy.
M W. H. Middleton, Lonnie McCra
ney. L. D. McDowell. A. McCraney,
P— Gilbert Parry, J- 8. Patton, Geo.
R—J. W. Roberts.
g—A. I!. Smith, S. 0. Smith, Jr., .T.
T. Strickland, J. H. Smith, Gilbert
i Smith, R. M. Shaw.
W— Charlie Watkins, M. R- ' k ''-
liams, Ezekiel Williams. W. R. Wul-
Messrs. Elliott Bros., Messrs. Adams
Cotton Co., Messrs. Derry fc Co-., Dix
ie Oil Co.. Messrs. J- L. Cook fi Co..
Secretary Fair Association, Agent Den
smore Typewriter Go., f.». O. vo.
W. H. STALLINGS. P. M.
Misaan' Kid patent tip. *prtn« ho*l and
low ha# 1 , button shoes, aood values
at SI.OO. weeharge tha abova tleuro
Ladies* fin# Donpnla kid button shoe",
neei foulnii and pa'ent tip", other
dealers ask you SI 7"* f«»r th»m, th#
above it our figure for this sale.
Ladles* welt extension sol# button
snoet. all the new toes; >ou canno*
dun cate this Shoe for less than S 3
in this city. Tne above is our price.
Wecarry the best line of Youths’ shoes
sold anywhere They are made of
tha hist v«ri kia. cor Jovan and calf,
heel and spring heel, and worth one
•bird more than we ask sos them.
Cents' stylish well made satin calf
‘hoes in a I style toes that other
houses charge you $ for, here you
can buy th*. m for above figure.
SHOES THAT ARE KNOWN!
sx Known from Maine to
California as the BEST
that material and good
workmanship can pro
. Cgi AS FOR STYLE
mi 1 1«
CASHIN, GOULEY t VAUGHAN 80S Broad Street.
ACiENTS FOR HANAN & SON.
Fore< a»ft for !ifi hours ending R p. m.,
November 3, 1R98:
Washington forecast for Georgia and
South Carolina Fair tnnlghl and
Thursday; warmer tonight; light to
fresh variable winds.
Local forecast for Augusta and vi
cinity—Fair tonight and Thursday ;
The river at 8 n. m. was 8.0 feet, a
fall of 0.4 feet in th past 24 hours
The storm In the upper Mississippi i
valley yesterday morning appears to
have moved into the fit. Lawrence val- 1
ley. with a slight depression located In I
the upper Missouri valley, while the
highest pressure continues over the
east gulf and upper south Atlantic
Decided temperatural falls have oc
curred over the region west of the Mis
sissippi tiver and north of Texas, hut a
marked moderation Is noted over the
lower lakes and the Ohio valley.
Except a light rainfall in upper Mi
chigan dry weather continues over the
The following maximum wind veloc
ities are reported: Cleveland. 3( miles,
south: Buffalo, 4S mile", southwest.
D. FISHER, Observer.
Rtfeata, with her population of’ 123,-
000,000 has only 713 newspapers—liut Ill
tie more than half the number pub
lished in the state of Pennsylvania,
which has 1,430.
Is conceded to be ns fine a* is
\ done anywhere, and for that rea
son we solicit your orders for
etc. The very latest and most
correct styles assured. Orders ex
ecuted in 24 hours If necessary.
The swellest correspondence pa
per in the south.
Dunbar & Williams,
821 Broad Street, Augusta, Ga.
The gold contained in the medals,
vessels, chains and other objects pre
served in the Vatican would make mors
tfoid coin than the whole of the pres
ent European circulation. 1
Fresh Buckwheat just
received at E. J. Doris.