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bn roo*»**d *»**»•< *»#•**•■ »*>*
<V coarksa pi a*kb **•. «l««y*
bag* arUtted from tb* unDcrattlas •*
ifc# north TU) M*> #■■** *° •**
Mfi m, for iln*4r Omt|l* ha* *•*
thiM hrtliMln* *ana*t** N*N
§Ol9l til MM* y##4hi l*rr. ks* boon •
grr»i rivalry Nn*»#n Auburn Van*
4*i bilt and Otyrfti for ihv c hampion -
TV Matin has not haw daftnltaly
o-uttvd. but will b* »h*» Iha game In
Atlanta Is pi ara* a* Thanksgiving
4a> VaudwMlt I* an t«**K*r in the
ram Auburn #*d Grttegla will try
roacJualon* ua that <l*y, 4&1 the »««**-
ratlona at> lay am Ih Oaorgla'a favor.
Thu* far IN ualvarvlly tram ha*
played thrr*- game* winning In evary
contest Alimit Ihrar week* ago
dewsoo and Georgia opened the *ea
eon with a snvppy gnme. In which the
latter safely won. A few day*
nard a game waa playrd In Atlanta
with the Technological school and the
Gate City team wa* completely abut
tut. not making a single point This
vlcuuy wa* followed by another "n
laat Saturday, which wa* perha[>a the
greatest one for Georgia thl* aeaaon.
In thla conteat with Vanderbilt ex
ceedingly clever play* were made, and
the result hae placed Oeoigla at the
head of the Hat of southern foot ball
Carolina has a ratal formidable op
ponent In Oeot‘*t* ” Sfti« rhallses that
It will retjulre ri(sfc on!? Hrcngth but
much skill to tagkc a ahobrfng Sat
urday. However. Coach Wertcnbak r
think* that with diligent application
during the next few afternoon In
which the team ha* to practice, Car
olina will be In excellent condition for
riurlng the piss few days there has
been marked Improvident In the
team. The Individual playing of the
members Is very fine indeed, but
Coach Wertenbaker aays the team
work la not an good as It should be.
Thl* he thinks will be remedied by
the Incentive to win Saturday. The
game will probably be played Satur
day morning. This will be decided in
a few days. If It Is found that the
Georgia team can remain over th?t #
night, the game will be played In the
Carolina's team will not he selected
until the day before the contest.
Those who show themselves to be in
best trim and capable of the clever
work necessary will be amoug the
The Georgia team Is composed of
some of the star players who have
been In the university for several
years. The following is Us person
Shannon. centre; Lindsay, right
guard; Ritchie, right tackle; dußlg
uon. right, end; Thrasher, left guard;
Walden, left tackle; Heidt, left end;
Huff, quarter back; McCutrhoon and
Cox, right half backs; Mclntosh, left
half back: Jones, full back. There are
Large stock new raisin*, all varieties.
Just received at Lamkin & 00. s.
j MOT HAMHNON A O'KIBFC
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ik 9km i (pw »y| , TM rryw«
Hi ib# §BB§4 it®#> rv4l*l Hi § ** #
that «<hil4 do Haaktama A OKee^
TN Herald raa mate poa lively that
llaaklaaon A O'Kawfv ana doing a
» going lain the hand* at a rarely*
lar with everyon* and their hutinea*
l* growing every day TN Herald
iegrets that the headline should have
raal reflection on then* popular gen
tlemen Mia:skew wilt occur, hut
these gmtbmen wilt understand that
’ it a*na not the tmrpua* of TN Herald
to mat any >enaction on them, and
that It waa simply an unfortunate er
ror of the typea. Hankinaon A O'Keefe
are doing an eirullaat Imalnaaa and
It la hoped they wIU continue In their
j popularity with the trade TN Hv-
I aid take* pleasure la correcting the
The mlatahe waa one that existed
In the hnedltne only, a* has been sta
ted. and It Is the deal re of The Her
ald that the public shall know that
the firm of Hankinaon A O'Keefe la
Air. Abel Russell Arrested on Illicit
Mr. Abel Huvaell. a gentleman hail
ing from the county of Jefferaon, area
thla morning brought before Commis
sioner Calvin on a charge of Illegal
distilling. He was represented by
Mai. Black, who waived examination
for hla client and the latter gave bond
of 1200 for appearance at the next term
of I'nlted I Sates district court, which ;
convenes on the third Monday in No
i vember. I
Jim Kurrus Was Arrested at Noon
Jim Burrus. a ttogro man *>as arrest
ed at noon today on a charge of steal
ing groceries from the store of Mr. Oils
I). Florence. Policeman Campbell j
made the arrest. Buitus will tell hts
side of the case to the judge of the
city court. •
MR. FERBF.R NATURAI IZED.
, Young German Baker United States
Mr. Joseph Farber was today grant
ed naturalisation papers and is now a
full fledged cltlsen of the I’nlted
Mr. Ferber Is a baker. He is a na
tive of Germany and has been in this
country since he was U years of age.
Only Two Cases Heard Before Judge
„ Eva Today.
Two cases only were heard In city
court today. Luther Brooks, for car
rying concealed weapons, was fined
SSO or six months on the county works.
In the ense of S. 0. Cherry vs. Jane
Jackson. Harrison Mann and Allen
Shackleford a Judgment of $282.50 was
awarded the plaintiff.
• MR. RUSSELL PRESIDED
In Mr. Cohen’s Stead at City Court
Owing to the illness of Master Rod
ney Cohen. Solicitor Cohen was tumble
to preside at city court today. Mr. A.
U. Russell very ably substituted him.
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Will ON ORDERS
Hills l#U Ctj#t«» Alt
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em* of tW twiß#r rm&mw
in to# iolkq'*#f &rmx #»4 § iitf# p*“T'
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prtm4 o. Mooptnc <• It Tb*r !»#•
mmm* mm turn il*ot wwl —4 t« »•
IHimiht shit §§§ of Utrm Mill r#Mlft
Ml III# §rf#teo •* Ail—f J—til
Frrm tb# §H*#o ft mmut mt*m
ih# A«|u*t» —l4l#r§ of Ui**
r—t«#ei would kat# k»§ tltkr lo*
or ti>B»orn»ar for but
m no— today § H#f§ld *»•
lnfor—4 bf Cm pi. IkwliT#. wtMi •* *
pnalttua u» know, that ao
gardtng the leaving Nre **f the Augus
ta aoldlen bad beevi received.
(’apt Keakl aald that N had vrluai
llaj AI maud regarding tN nutter and
4Nt N wee awaiting tke major e re
ply. If each cam*, aaylag that **>•• two
August* compaaies should teave for
Atlanta, aucb would N done The
captain aald that auch order* might N
re* elved at any moment and that It
' might be possible that the Auguaia
aoldlar* would leave tomorrow night
nr even tonight.
At the hour that be talked with The
Herald mao. he had received no tn
at rue'lona on tb* matter
The soldiers are awaiting anxiously
to know what will bq done, aa a talk
wtb several of Item this morning
It 1a learned that the majority of the
Augusta aoldlera will not atay tn th<
army. They say* they desire to be
mustered out and the sooner the bet- j
Ordere may be received at any hour
; today stating that the boya go to A!- '
lanta for mustering out.
The furlough granted expires on the
| 4th and ao It is naturally expected that
' orders will ahortly be received here.
Capt*. Renki and Frye will not make
' R ny move without orders from supe
Don't Miss This Sale.
The $25,000 stock of
Landram & Butler, 828
Broad street, now beinj?
closed out for account of
the H. B. Claflin Company
is moving fast. The past 3
days the store has been
crowded and many went
away not served. They
now have extra help and
can better serve the
crowds. The stock is just
what the people want for
the season and at the
prices made on goods they
can’t help buying. The
stock must be closed out
in the next 60 days.
By order of the
H. B. CLAFLIN CO.,
USED STRONQ LANGUAGE.
flavor Walsh at the Committee fleet
ing Last Night.
Xt is stated today that Mayor Welsh
in a speech before a committee meet
ing in the Fourth ward ast night re
ferred to one or both of his opponents
in the last mayoralty election in a
manner that was neither creditable to
himself or his former opponents. Hl4
speech was strongly in opposition to
the election to council of Messrs.
Clark, Martin and Elliott.
Tk* 1 §£§4 1 1§ i #§4 I §#ftt
S*m |! ■
§§ «wHk |§ k—§pP4—§ H§ §4 9ms
At Warn# Plain*. 9f C. a tyarl
•»# ak# cf m#*t# bmt *
I* ~ „ L|l| f A I o|f p |(y f)||| !ht fTt <MM ill
fH# knit mi 4 #HMdk thi at# fa#
ttia rtinfi ik rnh at Ik ftfilry §(t§
liquid* art Miti at work «attlat up
tfi# ttuoii** ard #l#apiat ilnp foaia#a f
styerts AH th* c.mpuatew eten’le?
heir horses thla asorn'ag aud upoa
their return pmc.wgity nmetieu eigu-
Ing tN pey rnrtg.
Yugtrrday Hergt Hrunett. of
Trtop H. weired eg hvtpumble dlem'.a-
Mt. Thl* morning IT!vale liorria New
man. of Troop A. alao received n ilk*
Ryugh bedel red- are being built by
men) of the men and In every way tb*
, amp la being madr more r< mfortalil?.
Many «>f hi* friend* are glad to wrl
com* Neleon 8. Trlt-h. Ibe popular
saddler of Troop M. who enjoyed hid
trip to Philadelphia go much that he
got left when hi* troop moved.
At nine o’cork trflay the flret etim
mpry court martial wa* held. Another
wilt be held tomorrow.
The meti of the Third cavalry have
the reputation of being gentlemen.
Mr. Harry Shaver, the poP»!» r retired
army officer on the Hill. **y* «h»t they
are the moet gentlemanly eel of men
he ever met In the army. The men Bre
! preud of their word and aay they
fear that If any of the other troop*
give trouble they may share the blame.
Several enterprising barroom, res
taurant and barber shop keeper* ore
already at Work building houses for
their placea of business.
The commissary store house at the
Southern y a rite, which was started on
Monday, will probably be finished to
night The work on the six wards of
the hospital Is being pushed These
wards wlil each accommodate forty
beds, have four linen rlosets and two
Work has been started ou the home
for the nurses aml v on the kitchen. This
morning the centtq.l, structure of the
hospital was started. This has the
wards running from It and will have
entrances Into each of them. The
structure will be divided into four
room*, a store room, main office, sur
gical room and dispensary.
It Is thought that the work on Turk
nett spring will he so far advanced by
tomorrow morning that the pumping
of water will commence. The camps
at present are supplied with Summer
ville water. Capt. V/. C. R. Colquhorn
Is the latest arrival at the quarter
The officers arriving report that
troops are reporing to leave Camp
Meade, so It will probably only be a
short while before they arrive, prob
ably by Saturday.
Maj. Jenkins has been quite busy to
day laying out division heaclqunrters.
The plans are ready and will make a
About lop feet frqrp John street the
officers’ tents will be placed in a semi
circle. A short distance behind these
will be the home titots. Then in a
! short distance the teAts of tho order
lies and clerks will be arranged in a
straight line. All ofrthe underbrush in
front of the camp vs til be cleared away
and a beautiful view of the city can
be had. . V ,
unw#. unit# i Cull §Mrf
tri§§ kt#BM§ % *OO bbm* §§ ®§#*ip§ §#•##*■
i Till# krUtf, to MMMfftl n-1
pert#finn#. *B## rhf< lc#4 by tb# 4f a *l§#* j
b#r» of tb# roilor #i< b#fic##rKO#4tb#t |
Ipfitf i —rlrtt# lni#mif»tlon to
I .. . rramitiftl flirt 'iff (H* *
\mm ibi# •—isurup# wm,| « n, «* l
ilkriy at own# borom# m »b#r#l b«y#r. j
r%*#n #1 «i§t#ri«lly Wfkr prt###. »« or- 1
• to k w#l! #•* j
jcvWMnit#**#!#•- I J *•» •«4f#* l *#4 100, J
that ** Ih# #bor\ rrop# §bro§4 h»
made the phenomenal na etn wne*. j
l pcwalhte. ao 10-rerat cotton might come |
again through iN proapertlve scare tv
of supoly In Europe, because of the I
war's btodran'e to liberal export*. I
Three argumeot* l«l to a short-lived I
jupwrrd movement tn the spring, which |
i carried prices abtrnt three-quarters of i
'* c-nt a pound above the prevto n lew j
| level. Thla movement was eoorentra- ,
t«d tn August contracts, but a* Aosm«t
j came around, and the prospects of
. ear.y peace with Spain grew more and
| more apiiarent. thoae who had bf'nt
coanting on higher prices were com
i pelted to abandon their position, and
| their liquidation of August contracts
dtpressed prices virtually ns low a*
they had been at any time during the
Toe rotton planters of the South
rained last year 2,442.030 bales more
than lhey did the befote. and yet.
by teason of thin ov rprodnet i.o. that
crop realised only $10,884,604 more
than the crop of the previous year. Or.
to put this unfavorable result In an
other shape, we might say that the
planters of the South last year sold to
the twde of the world 2.142.050 Dales
of cotton at 88-100 r. per pound, or
$1.45-100 per bale of 507 pounds.
FORMER AUGUSTAN DEAD.
Mr. H. B. Farrow Was Once In Em
The recent death of Mr. Hyder B.
Farrow at the home of hia father,
Col. T. Stobo Farrow, at Gaffney, has
been the cause of much sorrow in
Charleston, where he was well known,
to many people. He ur&s just 21
years of age. He was born in Caro
lina. hut spent many years in Wash
ington, whore his father was In gov
ernment service. About two years
since he entered the employ of the
Inmans at Augusta, and at the time ol
his death held a responsible position
in their great cotton house. Of
graceful manners and charming per
sonality, he was always a favorite in
the social circle, while his business
ability and native integrity won the
respect of his employers and promised
brightly for his future. News and
Mr. B W. Scofield.
There is considerable talk of Mr. F.
W. Scofied running for school com
missioner in the Fifth , ward. Mr.
Scofield is very popular in the Fifth,
and should he decide to run. his
friends would rally to him in great
numbers. * rt* .
I LUMBER CERTAINTY
! is worth a threat deal to you.
| here you pay only for the
j lumber. The certainty you net
j without any extra cost
i CilASk 11,I 1 , KCtV Manage*,
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Vt t maa inn Nst est act* It Mike
; wr pun bate* eratirc!) aalisfactocy
COAL and WOOD
STROWOEH *Bl. BELL 179®.
otlke and Yard No. 1 Ylacartaa Afreet
January and February I M t St 5»
Krbhruary and March .. 1 Ut l » •*
March and April 2.M 2 t»
April and Mar 2<t 5.« t
May and June t.f! 2.«
June and July ~ .. .. ! tl 2 <5
July and Auguet .. .. ,-*.*• 2 6J-J
Oct. and Set 2«o * *•»
Nov. and Dec 2.5* 2.5*
Dec. and Jan. .. .. 2.58 2.58
Galveeton 24J9* New Orl-ans 21329
Mobile 1881 Savannah ... *846
Charleeton *727 Norfolk i'-KW
Host on 2*99 Philadelphia 147
Op. Clo. Op. Clo,
Dec Ss%-% g?Vt Dec. *M* 3244
May....87', 878, May 33-, 34
OATS— * PORK—
Dec 23 T * 237* Dec ...7.*5 7.95
May....24*1, 24*4 Jan. . 8.90 95 9.02
LA RD— 8 IDES—
Dee 4.87 Dec/ ..4.82 4.80
Jan 4.87 4.97 Jan. ..4.62 4.85
NEW YORK STOCKS
tip. Clo. Op. Cb>.
Sugar,..ll2*4 ll* 5 * Tob ..139 138
B K T....68*4 ** !a * CBQ 115*4 Hst*
Mo. Pac. 32*., 3./ , t 4 N s*BB 56*4
Man w;:, 9SVi P Ga» 1034, l'*3*4
r. P SI»« MH R l. 10244 10244
St. P....109*,* 10844 SR. .*3444 34*6
W. V 92* 3 92' 3
Of School Commissioners Will Take
The annual election of Richmond
county school commissioners will oc
cur on next Saturday at the Tubman
High school building.
DROPPED A WHEEL.
Accident to Police Wagon This
The police patrol wagon, while go
ing after a prisoner near Lombard's
this morning, dropped a wheel, caus
ing a delay in reaching the patrol hnx
Nobody was hurt by the breaking
Inquiries have been cabled from Liv
erpool as to result of frost last week.
It Is expected that Liverpool will give
lees support to the- market when It
learns that no damage has resulted
from frost. _ . .
NOTICE OF ELECTION.
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I mm hi 99m #§mp§ s# -#»* «*§*■>s#
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f* J. |*_ • jofin A- Tro*Hii lii**,
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! )|«RAfprf W. B. Builttrdt K H *
| |Vq Hfnio, F, II.: W# W. Hi t r#
l «9th IB#tr|rt a X ■ City !i*!t fkim
raervllte-Manager* J- hn A Pried. J.
p. : Charles J MUMtee. P. H ; Ls-«H>
|A Held, F. H.
| Hummer* Itle City Mall —Manager* 1
■ Kobe. C. IP r< kmans F. H . J wtA
jitttuhl, F. H.l Pox J. Heckle, F,
i HM-lwthah. J. H Fryer 1 » Btoee-Man
‘ agere: John B tUvnle. J. P ; J B.
i Fryer. F H t K. L. Rhode*. F. H
RegtMered voter* of t-arh ward. VII
| lag,, and District, are required to vol*
'at their r**pecMve vuilng pi* tact*.
Only tho*«* peraoos Whose names *p
j |wnr *>n ih# rngtdrtnjr H#t wlil k *ll®#*
ed to vote. The |V>lls will be open from
! 8 a. m. to 3 p. m. aun time. The n*n
j agers must send their wrtilkwtM and
[alt their paper* of the eh-lion, Includ
ing ballots, under seal, and the registry
list, to the county site, by 12 o'clock m..
><f ih- next day. Blanks for holding
election will be furnished al this office.
WILLIAM F. KVE,
'Judge City Court and Ex-Officio Com
missioner Road* and Revenue.Rlch
roond County. Ga.
Wm. E. Keenar. Clerk.
Liverpool ha* started the Idea of giv
ing i-oncerts in the courtyard* of th*
i worst quarters of the city.
i Thirty years ago there were only two
Idosen explosive compounds known to
chemist*: now there are over 1,000.
I A good Arabian hor*e can canter tn
1 the desert for twenty-ftmr hours In the
i summer and forty-eight hour# in wln-
J ter without drinking.
| Western Australia ha* an act In fore#
prohibiting the landing of anyone who
' cannot write out a given passage in
Berlin courts have decided that a
summer overcoat Is a luxury, and not a
necessity, and can therefore be setxed
by the sheriff.
The board of aldermen of Somerville,
Mass., has passed ft resolution In fa-
I vor of the mnulcipal ownership of tha
electric light plant.
Tire shovel fish is so called because it
uses its nose to turn over the mud at
the bottom of the sea in quest of tha
worms and small shellfish on which tt
An authority on microscopy states
that the hair of a woman can be dis
tinguished by its construction from
1 that of a man when examined through
| the microscope.
j The Snanish eseurial is built in the
! shape of a gridiron. 610 feet by 580 feet,
j There are three large churches in the.
enclosure, one containing the tombs of
most of the Spanish kings and queens.
Chinese babies are fed on lice and
nothing else after they a few months
old. Cow's milk is never given to them.
Chinese houses are never heated. If a
baby is cold, he is given a sun bath.