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end « aotdtor • fHttr »«** w **
la kl# effert* u» bt.n« tire reglmeo' up
In | high ituHirtl Llwi. Col. Rotnit
L hr raft lb* pr e*rat gaiiani and pop
ular colonel of tbe regiment not only
bad training Is ibt atat# militia, but
brought to bit military work tbat
splendid mind of bla. which has made
bia career In the state of Georgia par
ticularly brill ant. aid which promise*
•o mu b for tbe future.
Lieut. Pol. K K. Spence baa been a
powerful factor In tbe upbuilding of
(he Third Georgia regiment. A native
Georgian of a dlatiagulabed family,
who abed additional lualre upon bla
name and atate by leading bla com
pany In tbe Sixteenth regular infan
try in that gallant charge up Sen Juan
bill. Two priceless, honorable scars
were his reward, and this modest Geor
gia gentleman and soldier, baa the un
affected love of every officer and every
enlisted m*n In the Third Georgia reg- j
from tbe day be catne to camp bla
Interest In and instruction of tbe men
has been ceaseless and untiring, and
all are free to admit tbat the presence
in the Third Georgia of this hero of
Santiago has been of immeasureable
benefit to It.
None who know MaJ. Marcus W.
Beck as a soldier fall to pay him un
stinted praise, He brought to tbe mil
itary ihot well stored mind and zestful
enthusiasm which has marked his ca
reer In public life. His qualities as a
man are too well known to need repe- .
tition, and it Is a work of supereroga
tlon to state that he is not only one of j
the most popular officers but one one
of the most competent and efficient In
MaJ. John S. Cchen. of the Third
battalion, is one of tbe most popular
officers In the Georgia volunteers. At
ll# beginning of the war his work
w ith tbe fleet of Admiral Sampson for
the Atlanta Journal, is well remem
bered. He was made a lieutenant in
Capt. Davies’ company when the Third
regiment was organized, and later he
was appointed captain. By his splen
did military tact and judgment he wen
for himself the praise of all the offi
cers of tbe regiment, and when the
regimental officers were recently ap
pointed on account of several changes,
Capt. Coben was made a major by Gov.
Atkinson, and his promotion to that
place has given splendid satisfaction
among the troops.
Bears the Tto V°u Hate Always BotcW
Col. Vs. J. Bryan will spend a corttrde
of weeks on furlough at Lincoln be
fore returning to his regiment. Ed Bar
rett of the Age-Herald accompanied
him to Nebraska, . .
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lot IMA twi its sHin |is [ J
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|j» hi* All*# M? «*|*fi»*#*f
I friend got lb* job for w»# sod fin*liit«
t h*i ms *<#’•' * *M tSf*tr, <M»wi
| was swat> bcd from mm.” I rati four
xal (||# gentleman who tn»dc ih«
transfer of the office which hi ns fol- 1
I "A reporter asked Revenue !nape. -
tor Vigal what was the reason of the
'change in the agency, and he said It
was deemed heat that Ihe agenry
should be elsewhere than in a pawn
! abop. and that I’aul Davis bad not
the litre to devote to tbe business re-.
With tbto post!lre statement fwn
Mr. Vtgal, who was i hurl table enough
: to gtv# only one o? the reasons for tho
removal of Paul Da via. which Is a flat
lontrariletlon of Davit' vaporing*, you
will pardon me for expressing surprise
> that The Herald should publish a
statement fiom Davis that reflects
upon the present stamp deputy, who
bad nothing to do with his removal,
'and whose name was nol mentioned
| in connection with the plai”- until the
department at Washington had. upon
report of inspector Clark, which tc
-1 port stated not only that the office
was In a pawn shop, but that Paul
; Davis was "grossly Incompetent,” j
! And the condition of the books kept 1
lit) by this muchly injured pawn
broker Justifies tbe report made by
Inspector Clark the grand stand
p ay of Paul Davis will appear more
ridiculous when It Is known that long
before the appointment of the present
deputy he knew- that bis head had fal
len and urged the appo.ntment of a
certain woman as his successor. I
have referred to and refuted tho state
ment made by Davis from a sense of
duty, Mr. Editor, the man's card being
so reflective, gratuitous and ungrate
ful, viewed from all the circumstances
as given above.
Davis says: "I have always made an!
honesl and creditable living in this
- our city," and again an odlons infer
ence Is drawn. As to whether h; 1 has
always made an honest and creditable
living In this city h!s own people who
have had dealings with him may tes
A. W. Wimberly.
Place you order for fall suit, with E.
J. Henry & Co., popular priced tailors.
Father Stafford to Be Here Thurs
day and Friday Nlehts.
Father Stafford, who was to have
lectured before the Lyceum tonight,
got left In Atlanta and cannot arrive
until too late for the entertainment.
He will therefore deliver his leciure
on Hamet tomorrow night before
Section A., and on Friday evening on
“Dickens” before Section B of the Ly
The New York Board of Estimate and
Apportlonmant has provided liberally
for new school houses In Gotham.
The destroying of the busts of ihe
chief Justices by th eexpioslons in the
capitol is an irreparable loss to the
nation. u . -
thbi axtoxjbta herald
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Yea* * nur**,” with a "*i|h." I bava
Hut my ’’dream” was of ''Heaven,
O! An Any I In ’‘Peace." but the "He
roine of "war”
U the lied Cross Nurse."
Then when ••war" with her dread '’ru
Of conflicts and battles shall cease,
And o’er Ibis fair land shall wave
Once more the banner of Peace.
When the vletoiw ale crowned
With honors of lasting renown,
O, (ben weave a wreath for (he brow
Of the "heroine of war.”
A wreath of immortelles
Por the ’’Red Cross Nurse.”
August 20, 1898.
Lyceum Tomorrow Night.
IThe Richmond Time*. *ln speaking
of the lecture on Hamlet which Father
Stafford Is to deliver before the Lyceum
Dr. Stafford Is a gentleman of pleas
ing presence, and his thoughtful, hand
some head and face hear strong marks
of the fountain of Intelligence within.
Ilia analysis of Hamlet was the most
Intellectual and charming presentation
of the kind ever heard In this elty.
He treated the subject with pure and
polish diction, leaving no awkward
contrasts between his own eloquent ex
pressions and the Imperishable llnca yf
the greatest of ull English writers.
Falling easily fsom the critic intff the
true Interpreter—the actor —he portray
ed the character in such magnlflccjit
manner as to sweep his audience along
by his own ntasier spirit, until the ten
sion would hrealt Into enthusiastic ap
It Is hnrd to lielleve, not having heard
Dr. Stafford, that so deep and broad a
pleasure could he built of so Intangible
material, and the results were in them
selves a tribute to the Intellectual pow
er of the man.
A marriage of unusual Interest to a
large number of friends Is that Miss
Stella May Smythe and Mr. John Fox
hall Ptunnan, Jr., which will take place
at 1 o’clock tomorrow, at the home of
the bride's parents. 932 Reynolds street.
Only a few intimate friends will be
present, and immediately after the cer
emony the young couple will leave for
The King’s Daughters.
The King's Daughters will hold their
regular monthly meeting this afternoon
; at 4 o’clock st the homo of the pr-sl
: dent, Mrs. C. A. Rowland.
Army and Navy League,
No business of speoial inuxjrtftnce
was transacted at the November meet
ing of the Army and Navy League, yes
terday, except the appointing for the
next three months, of a committee to
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«nh white aailn > tM-ins
Miss P.-rrte. pln'i otgawdie. with '
look Balm ribbon*.
Ml** 13la Wfigbt, In green lemsiiel
| Mbs Aille Bra, la a bite nrgaodi. 1
with yellow lac*;
I Mis* Aimer i'hafee |n while organ
Mis* tHiralieHe Webb. In pink organ - '
dir, with LaPYanrr rooea;
Miss I.lam. Zb-otl. In lilur Olgandie.
ke ndrk k -Gaulbert.
Miss Kaibeilne ilrvnet Gaullierl and
Mr. James lawiun Kendrick, both of
i’blladelphla, were united In mairiaael
Wednesday evening. November td. at |
half past 6 o'cloek, at the OM Flint
Pr**byterton ehoreh In Frankfmd. a
suhurb of Philadelphia. The ceremony
w»» peiformed l>y the n*v. John B. j
Ulnt. pastor of that church.
The bride was gowned In a l»wuMfiil
wedding rob* of white satin, eu train,
and carried a Iwuquet of lllleg of the
ll*r sister and maid of honor. Mis*
M. A. Gaullierl. was exquisitely gown
ed In while mouaseline dr Hole over
pink taffeta and rarrled pink rose*.
The hi idemalds. Miss Madge Nice, of
Ogontl, Miss Florence H. Kendrick.
Miss Belle Willingham, of Atlanta, and
Mies Juliette Kendrick, were gowned
In pink taffeta and rarrled bouquet* of
Mr. John It. Kendrick. Jr., was best
nian: and the ushers were Dr. Tllson
Ward. Mr. W. W. Toxis. Mr. William
N. Detivller and Mr. H. Merian Al
A large reception was held «t the
home of the bride's father. Mr. William
R. Gaulbert, and there were many
guests from the South present.
Miss Gaulbert'* ancestors date back
to the colonial period in Frankford.
Her father Is prominent In the Iron
trade, and relatives of the same name
are among the leading citizens of Lou
isville, Ky. The bMdr is a brunette and
Is noted for hce Intellectual quali
Mr. Kendrick ( jvas formerly of tbla
city, and is a graduate of the Pennsyl
vania university. On his father's side
he Is descended from Captain John
Kendrick, of Hoslon, a colonial mariner
of prominence. Among his ancestors
are a number of prominent people. An
na Kendrick, the mother of Franklin
Pierce, the late President J. R. Ken
drick, of Vassal- College, and Major
Henry Kendrick, professor for a long
time at West Point. On his mother's
side h* Is descended from the latp Hon.
James 8. Lawton, M. D., and comes of
a family of distinguished military an
nals of the United States. He Is a
nephew of Mrs. Ajex W. Smith, of this
Afte» the reception, Mr. and Mrs.
Kendrick left for the South, stopping en
route at Old Point, Asheville, Chatta
nooga and Alanta.—Philadelphia Press.
Mr. Kendrick has a number of friends
in Augusta, having visited this city a
number of times—who extend to him
the heartiest congratulations.
Auxilary T. P. A.
A number of riew names were added
to the membership roll at the meeting
of the Ladles' Auxiliary, T .P. A., yes
terday afternoon, and arrangement*
were mads for art entertainment to las
given at an early date. Mrs. O'Connor's
resignation as secretary ww regretful
ly accepted. ,
Mrs, Massingale Entertains.
Mrs. Massengare complimented a few
friends with a delightful eight-handed
Most Welcome, Most Sweeping,
Bone Fide Eargain SHOE
Sale of the Decade.
'.£*@o?. SBttVW «. TJSt
nJI. .ms* «... .c.-wt
For Rhov# fi#ur». ChMf*fl'i toft Don*
*oi» Kid »f>rin« hool Autton* #*<•#*
dp, him Bto 0 «nd Uto 11 > All iowd
Ladios* choJocolo cok>r*d fancy vor(-
inir top button shoo*; tho«R mrm r*-
nuia *2.50 valu*«. but w mrm going
to bt th#m go at abov# figur*.
C*nt«* Calf I*nod Cork »oNd ihow.
lac* and congras*. * 1 .OO to * 1 .po
laa* than any hou*a In tht*
You ahoukl »*r our Tan Willow Calf
Shoe* for Cant* at th« abova figure.
The price Ir no Indication of what
this shoe I* They will wear end look
as well as any $5 shoe sold In the city
Cents* calf lined vlcl kid shoes, lace
and congress, for above price ana
that is *1 less than they can be
bought from any other house in city
TIMES ARE NEVER SO HARD THAT YOU CAN T AFFORD TO TRADE WITH
RICE & O’CONNOR SHOE CO,
TWO 834 Broad Street. Name Acr<ws Sidewalk TWO
STORES 722 Broad Street, opposite Monument STORES
fuituv puny ye*l< 1 day. There were
present Mr*, lintni'k Mr*. Ford. Mts.
I Wither*. Ml** Connor. Ml*. Heeson.
Mrs. Thomas ttnrrett Mr*. Mi«Jo*an,
Mt». DavMs -n. Mis* Marl* Allen. Miss
Matlic Gardner. Mr*. Hanford Gardner.
Mrs. Hl»h«p Alexander. Mr*. Martin
land Mr*. Faigo,
I Th* two prize* w*iwater-colors,
land the two second. stlv«*r bell*. Tbe
two consolation prixea were sllver
i mounted rabbit’* feet.
A p-herchr* luncheon followed- the
Yesterday evening at *:3« at *b , ‘
Broadway Methodist church. Rev. 8.
It England officiating, Mlsn Cora R.
Harter was married to Dr. Louis P.
The attendant* were Mr. Robert
Rate* and Mr. Edwatd Teasler.
The bridal gown was of castor cloth,
with satin trimming, with a hat of vel
vet trimmed In whit*. Hho carried
The ceremony was followed hy a re
ception. at which a number of hand
some presents were displayed,
Mr. E. J. O’Connor has Issued cards
to the marriage of hi* daughter. Mar
garet <\, to Mr. Edward James Costel
lo. The marriage occurs Wednesday.
November lSih. at noon, at the Church
of the Sacred Heart .
Mr. and Mrs. Costello will he at
home after December 15th, at No. 250
Mr*. Frank Rutt entertained a new
Euchre Club of young matrons this
morning The prize was a sliver bell.
Mrs. Frank Rutt. Mr*. Porter Flem
ing, Mrs. Walter Inman. Mrs. Steiner
Dunbar, Mrs. Robert. Fleming, Ji.,
Mr*. J. FI. Campbell, M-s. Maurice
Walton, and Mr*. William White.
Georgians at Hot Springs.
Georgia I* represented at the United
Daughter* of the Confederacy conven
tion at Hot Spring* hy Mrs. J. Jeffer
son Thomas, Mrs. II len Plane, Mrs.
Elizabeth Gabbett anti Mrs. N. S. Mit
The Bachelor Maids.
The Misses Wright will entertain the
Bachelor Maids Tuesday In honor of
Mlfs Marlon Rood.
Hiss Clarke Entertains.
Miss Teddy Clark entertained the
Young Ludtes’ Euchre Club yesterday.
Mrs. John Twiggs, who had intended
leaving tot* Cuba, this week, has re
ceived new* that Captain Twiggs will
arrive in Augusta shortly oh a fur
lough. and so will remain for some
time longer with Mrs. Albert Twiggs.
Col. and Mrs. Gallaber and family
will move tomorrow Into the residence
of Mi. and Mrs. Thomas Garrett, on
lower Broad si rest.
Mr*. It. O. Miller lewvea for Macon
next week to attend tho Chrtstlau
Church Htate Convention.
The Daughter* of the American Rev
olution meet with Mr*. Janie* Moore
this afternoon at 1:30.
The University Extension Class holds
ll* regular fortnightly meeting this af
ternoon at i o’clock.
The Ne>tlework Guild meet* with
Mrs. W. H. Warren this afternoon
at 4 o’clock.
Miss Anise Klark of Atlanta will
upend December with Mr*. Nesblt
The United Daughters of the Confed
eracy convene at Hot Springs, Ark., to
YOU TRY IT.
If Shiloh’s Cough and Consumption
Cure, which is sold for the *mall price
of 25 ct*., 50 I ts and 11.00. does not cure
lake the bottle buck and we will refund
the money. Sold for over flftv years
on this guarantee. Price 25 cts and 50
ct« Add by—Retailets. T. A. Buxton.
Asderson’s Drug Store. Alexander’s
Drug Store, West End Pharmacy. The
King Pharmacy; Wholesalers, Daven
port & Phlnlzy.
Forecast for 116 hours ending 1 p. m.,
Nov. 10, 1S98:
Washington forecast for South Caro
lina- Rain tonight and Thursday; cold
er In western portions Thursday, in
creasing easterly winds,
Washington forecast for Georgia
Rain tonight and Thursday: colder
Thursday; Increasing easterly winds.
bocal forecast for Augusta rind vl
elnlty—Rain tonight and Thursday ;
The river at 8 a. m. was 7.8 feet, a
fall of 0.9 Teet Ul the past 24 hours.
The storm yesterday in northwest
Texas ha* shifted to the west Texas
coast, while the barometer continues to
rise rapidly over the Rocky mountain
Rain Is falling In central rtxas. cen
tral and lower Mississippi valley anti
over tip- lower lakes, a rainfall of L«1
inches occurring at Palestine in the
past 24 hours.
Decidedly colder weather prevails this
morning over the Rocky mountain re
gion, while nearly all the eastern half
Of the country ha* become warmer
Bisntarek I* s degrees atiove zero this
morning, ami Huron 10 above.
A maximum wind velocity of 48 miles
per hour from the port Invest Is report
L>. FJSHICK, Observer.
Mteeea* Kid patent tip. spring hoel and
low he#i. button shof. good ww
at • 1.00, we charge tbe aoovo figure
Ladies' fine Dongola kid button shoes,
heel fo«lng and patent tip*, other
dealers ask you sl-75 for them, the
above is our figure for this salts. *
Ladies' welt extension sola button
shoes, all the new toes: you cannot
duplicate this Shoe for lest than $3
In this city. The above is our price.
We carry the best line of Youths* shoes
sold anywhere- They are made of
the best vlcl kid, cordovan and calf,
heel and spring heel, and worth one
third more than we ask sos them.
Cents' stylish well made satin cats
shoes in ail style toes that other
houses charge you $ for, here you
can buy them for above figure.
la conceded to be e« Am* as Is
done anywhere, and for that rea
son we solicit your orders for
ete. The very latest and most
correct styles assured. Orders ex
ecuted In !4 hours IX necessary.
The swellest corrcspondesics pa
per in the south.
Dunbar & Williams,
Msi Broad Street, Augusta, Us.
REMOVED TO ?I1 BROADWAY. ‘
E. W. DODGE,
Manufacturer of Rubber
Stamps, Seals, Stencils,
Daters. Pads, Badges,&c
711 Broadway. Aucusts, Oa
Stronger Phone it)-.
NEXT TIME YOU HAVE
Land’s Headache Capsules
Made Only By
HOWARD * WILLETT DRUG CO.
GOES INTO THE
HANDS OF THE
“Tie BEST is tie CHEAPEST’'