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looking toiaul •« Ah «**iM »I*A
HH |««clr Davis. Ml?*-® Julia ana
*IboI« Jones ate rial.or® fro® C# -
j. |T, Odum arrived today from
J. K P.4«r-tt from N.wtorr.y. 8
/■ jg her® on a rfaft to fr.e&4® an 4
fur-1(1; | Vl*f
The n< • dwelling being itrel for
tli« tits* rinttndect i* QfirlQf toapl#*
don and will be occupied hr hui neU
Mrs. Virginia Grafton 1® expected
jMjoo on a vitit to her daughter. Mrs.
Mr. and Mr® W. t. Lov*« bar®
gone to Winnsboro.
At the MathU houae are the follow
ing guests: A. H. McCarrell. paymas
ter for the Alkm company, Virgil
Hollingsworth, bookk eper for the
company: Mr. D. M Baxter, depot
agi nt; Paul Anderaon of Bamberg; C.
B. Crouch of Augusta: Mis* Jordan of
At the PadgeC house: John Hurret,
Jilt* Jones. Frank Brown. J. Biowrn,
Mrs. ft A. Padgett, Frank Jones anil
Mr D. M Baxter apent Sunday In
Langley—a sweet young lady the at
traction. It la said the Important event
la to occur on the Slh of Novem
Thursday, Nov. 3.
Weather forecast for 3« hours end
ing S p. m , November 4. —Washing od
For South Carolina—Fair tonight
and Friday: warmer In western por
For Georgia Fair tonight and
Friday; warmer in extreme northern
portion tonight; fresh northeasterly
Local forecast for Augusta and vi
cinity*— Fair tonight and Friday.
The river at 8 o’clock this morning
was 7.9 feet, a fall of 0.1 feet In 24
The pressure continues lowest in
the upper Missouri valley, while the
highest pressure has shifted slowly to
the Middle Atlantic States. Clear
weather extends pretty much every
where this morning, while rain which
was too" small to measure occurred in
the past 24 hours In upper Michigan I
and along the East Florida Coast 1
Temperatures for the most part have
risen over the country, although por
tions of Texas, Ohio valley and lower
mum velocity of 32 miles from
the south west is reported from Mar
President A. F. Chase of the Maine
Wesleyan Seminary and Female Col
lege. at Kent's Hill. Me., whose death
is announced, was regarded as one of
the foremost educators of the State of
General Merritt is second in com
mand of the United States Army to
General Miles, and will succeed to the
place of first in command upon Gen
eral Miles, retirement, which occurs in.
WANT TO VOTE
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: the Arlington
Jign 8. Miner, of New fork. In *t
■ Use Arlington.
f>. C. Bhllllng. of New York. In at
I J. W Jackson, of Pn vldetice. Is at
R p. Boyd, of Rending. Ps . I* nt
J. D Rat'ene. of Chester, 8. C... Is
at thn Planter®
J. T. Rockford, of Charleston. 1* at
P. T. Reynold®, of Baltimore. In at
‘ the Commercial.
Cha*. H. Claiborne, of Baltimore. la
at the Arlington.
A. Cuanlnehatn of Liverpool. Eng.,
la at the Arlington.
J. A. Jenkln®, of Bn me well. 3. 0.,
Is at the Commercial.
Carl Darrell, of the I'o'fd States
nigral com*. Is at the Arlington.
D. R Stanffpcber. representing a
drug house in Detroit, is at the Plant
i R. L. A. C’ark. cn* of the oldest
traveling meo on the road, la at the
M. ’.V. Glover of the South Carolina
and Georgia road at Charleston. 1® at
. the Planters.
She*® a Profe*«or of Wurs'ne.
Mis* Hannah Kindbom la the first
woman to be elected a professor of
nursing In an American callage. She Is
jot Swedish birth and I* 2<l yarn old.
'Her rrofcseoi ship I* at the University
Previously she was superintendent of
! nurse* at the John Scaly Hospital In
Mis® Klndhnrn's father Is a lawyer of
Stockholm, and she was carefully edu
cated at a private school In that city.
From thr- time she was a little girl she
showed a deep Interest In medicine and
In the care of the sick, and when 13
years old attended a cour*e of lectures
, on first aid to the Injured.
After completing this course she
! gave her spare time to visiting the su.-
sering. As soon as she had finished her
education she took a course of training
as a nurse at the Sahbaltsbergs Hospi
tal anil then went to New York city.
From there she went to the Lone Star
Women a* Horse I ra’ners.
The horse raising business is follow
ed not only by a few ente: ;ddslug Am
erican women nowadays, but also by
some of their English cousins.
Lady Stella and Lady Dorothea Hone,
sisters of Lord Hopetoun, have • n
a small farm in the southeast o' En
gland for the purpose of breeding and
training ponbA. Both are excellent
whips and fine riders. They are also
expert veterinarians and always pre
scribe for their sick stock.
An explosive of great power is made
by pouring liquid air containing 40 .o'
50 per cent of oxygen on granulated
wood charcoal mixed with cotton wool. ;
In thick cardboard cases it retains It*
explosive pc>ver for five to ten m!n
,utes. It is being tried at Munich and
j in a coal mine at Pen^burg.
TU® AUOUBTA HKRALD
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(ft t~ |t}«s * I 111 III# ilpotc*
IYhJ * »«. 'on 11*®- ,%#*.*» «»f Virginia
in ih** totter p*rt of A»ilt. I*l. an#
t u i*> . laiiT strcinited by tile elee
turn of tot# t M* !*•
«!rrtn# In* »n# num'.illne * «lt* of the
t * (I ||| piffismotslh. who h hsd
tMs-n ex*. ual«xl by th. Federal®.
Idle | .line ln( were selected "fli
Ambrn®* R. Wright. OHnMi.
James H. field. Lieutenant Colonel.
Augustus 14. L®*, Major
W. M. Turner, Adjutant.
The exact day <>* ihla organlxstlon ,
of the regiment 1 rstuiet now recall, J
hut If It la Important that you should
know, I will »ear<-h ®om® r-cord® not
now with me which contain the n»ce«-
I have the honor to he. your obedient
Mi®. A. G. Jackson and Ml*» Belle
Walsh, delegate* to the Conr -ntlon In
lllone, made Interesting reports of th«
. mceedlngs Mrs. Jachson stated that
M'*« Willie Rutherford had requested
that th* Augusta historian send to her
any article* of Interest she might hap
p n to have about soldier* of thb place,
as sbe «Ishcl to compile a Confederate
Mrs. Eve. the President, spoke more
In detail of the perfection of the Home
Convention. Phe told how the special
train from Atlama. with forty tfeorgta
delegates, was met at Kingston by the
chairmen of tht Committee on Arrange
ments and the Committee on Welcome;
how the guests were taken rare of and
t ,„t allowed to lay for transfers or for
car-fare: and how they weri met at
the ntstinn by a larv-> delegation of
Remo Daughters of the Confederacy.
E«peclsl!y Interesting wss Mr*/ Eve’s
account of the Memorial Service to
Winnie T'nvl* at widt h was read a pa
per on her dhood. prepared by Mrs.
Davis t ■ nelf, and at which was ex
hibited the beautiful memorial designs
afterwards stmt to Mrs. Davis. This
d tgn Consisted of a white easel on
which rested the laurel wreath design
or the Daughters’ bade done In real
laured wrt aths, surmounted by a crown
of immortelles, beneath which, In gilt
letters, were the words, "In Memoriam
and "Winnie Davis.”
This artistic design was arranged by
Mis Terhune .corresponding secretary
, f ;hc Georgia Division of the United
Daughter® of the Confederacy.
tub r matters of Interest at the Cort
ven'ion snoken of by Mrs. Eve were:
The reception at Hill Crest, the home of
C. H. HOWARD, JR.’S
Tbs finest av.sortniont of Hair Brushes
th- finest i neof looth finishes and most
remp ete line < t toilet o n*. _
Come early ami get a first selection. We
will guarantee to p’,as* V O.
c. H. HOWARD. JR.,
• 08 Broad Street.
x. B.—Our Hot Soda Drink a are a spec
ialty wilh ns. Drop in alter theatre snd ge
Hot. Chocolate or Beef Bouillion.
/4gr~ We are always open.
I toft* i* 'ifT* to#**#*to *f to* §
BA’s*-■« i||* * ‘ »'■ * .*•,»» a# ftgia«#%* PR*"*
Cura «* • U altk.
In iitlM asMr a su it w nt* that
i || •<«*• •« It® fwgs. I( »asiaeo4«d th«
a Inn, of tk* (®bar* may tUM®r o®-
j Crnaa Country (Ink 4% 111 I nlrrtain
•• an nnusuallv •l»‘*s.ate ®mle ihl®
year, on Thanksgiving. No»*ral-r the
twenty -fourth. The Club will meet ®l
the High Bridge si l*a a'cMl and tide
up the Washington toad and arrasn to
llacnasa'in*. la the ivar of Murray
Hill, where luncheon will lie » r\cd.
Ijnh memlirr of the Club will l<® per
i milled to Invite two guest®, and these
guests will be met st the Hoa-Air hy a
member of the dub. who aHI dlrnl
th vehicles to Ipe pla*e of inerting
lU|u|e and ®fter, luncheon, llejlc will
la- horse iace®, faraeball and a riding
jeopteat to lie entefrd Into by In lie® and
gentlemen. ®nd It group of shmy offl-
I r-tw will set as fudgea and svt»rd the
Thl® evening at l:K). at Bt. James’
thureh. Mis* Llaile Belle Immhsck
will be hnriled to Mr. Leonard K. Ver
dery. The »n®bl of honor will Ite Miss
Mai Gardner of Wrlghtsboro : the
hridemaida will Is- Mis* Nina Verdery,
Mis* La-na Armstrong and Miss Eva
M ishburn; the best tnan will be Mr.
Marion Verdery; the groomsmen. Mr.
T. Q. Bailie, Mr. James. P. Richards,
Mr. Fred hamln-k; and the ushers,
Mr. J. Gardner Wdgte, Mr.. T R.
Teague. Mr. George M. Clark and Dr.
Mr. WlMef to lAtlnrr
The many admlrera of Mr. N. L.
Wltlet will h« delighted to hear that
y»r Wltlet will lectuie before the Tub
man Jl »h School n.nd Invited gueats at
the Tubman atidltorium, tomorrow, Fri
day, at one o’clock, Mr. Willet’a sub-
Jf®;t will be In connection with impure
study, a thorough knowledge of which
Jic has so delightfully exhibited in the
letters with which he hna from time
to time charmed the Augusta reading
V ’rdery Music Club.
There will be a- brief but important
business meetlng|Sfter the concert Sat
urday, and ladlep wishing to become
associate members may purchase tick
ets. admitting them to the those re
maining concerts'of '9B for 50 cents.
Mrs. Manley hna returned from a vis
it to her daughter, Mrs. Louis Sibley,
In Thomson, Ga.
Mies Helen Warner, of the Albion,
will leave fibcrlly for the South. —St.
Miss Able Eve charmingly entertain
ed the Thursday Reading Club this
A meeting of the Board of Directors
of the Library Is hold this afternoon.
Mrs. Ed Hack of Marietta Is the
guest of Mrs Susie Allen.
Miss Lucy Allan left yesterday for
New York. , |
Miss Ida Belle 'cSalvin, daughter erf
Hon. Murtln V. Calvin, of Augusta, is
in the olty the guest of the Misses
Olenri. No. 17 Currier street. Mias Cal
vin is at once brilliant and practical.
She is a charming conversationalist
and quite at home in song Atlanta,
la Bha 4NBI
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Itim. im, laut he r«ml4 n* % *t mii*f#r
elt< M*h * I'* Soy th# *enr-1* iiMl
might settla the mailer. No®, however.
u „ ins, resort, he k®<l d s Ided In Spend
his iso «..-ks' vamtlnn with hr, hnp
ln® that moonlight stroll® thnwtgh the
. ountiv lane® would aid hi® lm<k«srd
The effeet on the bachelor's nerves at
being so near the object of hi* aßc-ilon
wa. rather .-selling and his slumber*
that night wore neither de>-p nor pro
longed. and he raoe early, making a
careful t»lb-l. then dew . nd.-d t» lake a
■ur v y of the surrounding* until break
fast lime. To the right of th- wide hall
waa the parlor, and Mr Druy amlled at
the contrast It presented to those In the
city. Mailing ooveiod the fioor, horse
hair chairs silk straight back* atmol
here and there In painfully fixed posi
tion*. with several ror hers of the same.
A cabinet filled with shell*, stone* and
grasa.** het|»-d a few colored lltho
grapha to adorn the wall*. The moat
com for Ia Id - looking Ihlngs In (he room
were a large, open a replace filled with
logs, waiting a mutch t« set them into
a cheerful blase. ®nd a wide couch,
homemade, without doubt, for It w«»
covered with . hints, while a d•• n
lUmni-e of the same reached to the floor,
hiding all defects of construction. By
way «f eltganee Ihrr-e mirrors In old
fashloned gilt frames extended from
floor to celling of three side* of tin
room, one being between the two low
windows that opened on the plaxsa.
while the others faced each other from
the side walls.
A* he stood In front of them he had
n good survey of himaelf in the Jaunty
suit he had purchased Just for the
country. Yellow shoes, blue and while
slnped Idaser (blue was Mrs. Henley's
favorite color) over a gray outing shin,
negligently caught at the neck with an
oxford He. were what the glasses re
flected. He did feel conspicuous, to he
sure, but the enterprising clerk who
had sold him the articles declared they
were Just the thing, and poor Mr.
Druy’* highest ambition at present was
to appear par excellence In the widow s
After wandering over the place a
short time the sound of the breakfast
Ih-II caused his heart to become some
what accelerated In its healing as he
stepped on the piazza. Just then the
portly form of the fair widow appeared
in the doorway ami he rushed forward,
hut Instead of th - graceful meeting he
had often fondly pictured he tripped on
tho last step and Just caught himself
from falling prematurely on his knees
She. however, was most gracious,
warmly clasping his hand an dexpress-
An Exclusive SEFD STORE,
C 32 I:ROAD STREET.
Carrying a full line rs everything iu
the Seed line—freeh Seeds and priiei
as reasonable as Good Seeds Can be
sold (or. it is not economy to buy
Cheap Seeds. ... „
Native Rust Proof Outs. Georgia
Seed Rye, Red May and Blue Stem
Wheat, Vetch and
Yellow Danvers snd White Silver
Skin Onion Sets.
On© oOnre of Choice Mixed Swoet
Peas to eveiT customer who pu.'ohaQftft
One Dollars worth of Flow©/* PuiDi
ALEXANDER SEED CO.
(fl',2 PrOHd street.
Hell Telephone 2075.
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none (on iH»on, fur In Bulhe# ihe old*
He almost fainfed at the thought of
what might have been and though hla
looseni postllon was slightly precari
ous, yet It gave him time lo escape.
The rain ha<r ceased, but Jt »«* too
damp to stroll around me grounds, und
the Is.ardera would prolmldy eongre
gale In the parlor until supper.
Thl* proved lo l>* the eas-. and Mr*.
Henley wa® soon followed by on® of the
fishing p®rty. with hi® wife.
•Of course you all returned loaded
with fish. Mr Forties," said the widow
"Have patience a little longer and
you will see Ihe result of our trip at
supper time.” he answered.
"Druy ordered all of his to lie cooked
Here the said Druy'* heart gave an
extra thump, as he heard the widow
say In her sweetest tones: •
• How kind and thoughtful of him.’
I Alas, he had hoped to share those
fish with her.
More people entered then and the con
versation became general, until one of
th gentlemen rematked:
"We all seem to In- here but Druy;
he I suppose Is either In bed reclining
comfortably (reclining, to he sure, but
far from comfortably), or else hunting
till enough dry things from the chaos
of bachelor packing to appear In."
This caused a gonernl laugh, followed
by the ringing of the supper bell .al
ways a welcome sound to Mr. Dtuv.
but tonight, In very truth, ill- tocsin of
i his soul, for he hoped It sounded his
An Instantaneous move was mine for
the diningroom, but not a general one.
for w hat was the bachelor's oonstornrf’-
tion to hear old Mrs. Mead remark that
as she hud enten such a. hearty und
late.dinner she did not care for any
thing more, but would sit by the fire
Mini dose while tbe other were away.
Poor Druy groaned Inwardly. “Its
cramped position was becoming painful
and his feet were letting them feel their
indignation at thus being uncovered.
He did not want to hr wicked, but he
would almost have been thunkful If a.
blast of wind had carried the Old lady
up the chimney. The idea of spending
the evening there was simply appalling.
None of us like to be sat on, and Mr.
Druy had visions of the springs press
ing on him. As a last desperate resort
he was meditatively crawling out, and
if seen, of playing the burglar act.
gagging and binding her with some
convenient tidy. Bui just at that mo
ment her son's lmby began to cry. and
she started up, exclaiming:
"Poor little tootsy must have the
colic; I'll Tun up and see what the nurse
Mr. Druy blessed that baby with all
his heart, vowing that hereafter he
would smile aweetly on eiyltifi bayles
whereever they might cross his path.
There was no time to lie lost, supper
must be half over.
Cautiously he rose on ‘owe elbow.'
then put his head out below the flounc
ing and listened. Alt still nearby.. dis
tant noise, consisting of the clatter of
forks and knives, mingled with the
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NOTICE OF ELECTION
Office of Judge City CiMirt of Rb hmottd
Augusta. G®.. Nov. 1, ItN.
NOTICE 1« HER EOT GIVEN THAT
an election will be held at the f.illwtxg
election prei-liuts In the various sard®
In the City of August® snd In the Vll
lagea of Hi nhxlbah and Huinm»-rvllta
und In ihe dlffcrvut militia district® of
Richmond county, on NATURDAT.
NOVEMBER S. IKM. for a member of
the Board of Education nl Kt< hmond
County for each ward In the City of
Augusta, and for earh district of Rich
mond County, outside of the Cltv of
Augusta and for each of the villages of
Hephißuih and Sutnm.rvllle, to serv®
for the term of three year®, under thn
superintendence of the following man*
First W*rd. No. t." 4 Broad slteet—
Managers: IV. A. Muse. J. P.; F. A.
Calhoun. F. H.; Ja*. W. Moore, F.
Second Ward, Court House Manag
ers: W. T. Lamar, J. P.; H. H. d'An
llgnnc. F H.: Wilber B'»»well, F. H.
Third Ward, Chemical Engine Hou«e,
Jones street Manage!* : John
Vaughan, J. P.: C. A. Doolittle, F•
H.; Ed T, Bennett, F. H.
Fourth Ward. No. 3 Engine House.
Broad street—Manager®: John B. Tls
f her, F. H.; J«». Dever, F. H. W. V,
Bell. F H.
Fifth Ward. Upper Police Barrack#—
Manager®: M. M. Connor, J. P-: Geo.
Ncc-«, F H r J S. White, F. H.
119th District G. M.. W. A. Hatch
dot's store, Belaif— Managers: F. M.
Clark, F. H.; J. It. Bufford, F. H.:
T. J. Tabb, F. H.
121st and 1434th Districts, G. M.,
Brandon’s Court Ground—Managers: L.
P. Holley, J. I’.: John A. Trowbridge,
F. H.; George .1. Cawley, F. 11.
l»3d District, O. M., County Home—
Managers: It. H. P. Day. J. P.; Nell
Mclnnas. F. H.; W. K. Nelson, F. H.
124th District, G., M.. Court Ground—
Managers: W. It. Buxhardt, F. H.;
Ben Beago, F. H.; W. W. Hack. F.
!2«9th District, G. M., City Hall,Sum
merville— Managers: John A. Price, J.
P.; Charles J- Skinner, F. H.; Lewis
A. Held, F. H.
Summerville, City Hall—Managers :
Hold. C. Bcrckmans, F H.; Joseph
Gunahl, F. H.; Geo. J. Heckle, F.
Hophslbah, J. B. Fryer’s store—Man
tigers: John B. Haynle, J. P.; J. B.
Fryei. P’. H.; R. L. Rhodes, F. H.
Registered voters of each ward. Vil
lage und District, ate required to vote
nt their respective voting precincts.
Only those persons whose names ap
pear on the registry list will be allow
ed to vote. Tbe polls will be open from
S a. ni. to 3 p. m. sun time. The man
agers must send their certificates and
nil their papers of the election, Includ
ing ballots, under seal, and the registry
list, to the county site, by 12 o'clock ro
of the next day. Blanks for holding
election will be furnished at this office.
WILLIAM F. EVE,
Judge City Court and Ex-Officio Com
missioner Roads and Revenue,Rich
mond County, tin. ;r/j6
Wm. E. Keen -r, Clerk.
J. S. Hill, of Grovetoivn, Is iu tbe