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JOHN W. ORIOOH.
To th* above the (Siowtaf rifpcMi
h “ 6 " n r 7^ n , rt . c „ Nov . lt
The A Homey General.
My Information l» that there wa* *
great deal of rlottng near Greenwood,
at Phoenix. Tuesday, and several na- (
fT (,en were killed and wounded. One
white man was killed and several
wounded. Thursday there was also
eome rioting, but the conditions were !
quieter. My Information la that It Is
quiet there now. though the commun
ity la much excited. From all Informa
tion I have I think federal interven
tion too late now.-. It seems that the
in. ha were especially anxious to set
the Tolbert* and I am Informed that
they are now all safely out of their
teach. Intense excitement still prevails
there, but there Is no violence now. 1
trill wire further tomorrow .
ERNEST F. COCHRANE,
Assistant United States Att.
Postmaster General Emory Smith
today had a call from the delegation
from South Carolina republicans, who
ere In the city to lay before the de
partment of Justice the facts in the
recent election rioting at Phoenix.
The delegation Included It. R. Tol
bert. the republican candidate whose
brother and father were both wounded;
and National Committeeman E. H.
I)eas, one of the colored leaders.
The object of the call was simply to
talk over the matter of recommenda
tions so rappointments to rostofflees
vacant and about to become so. Inci
dentally, the matter of the late riots
was discussed, but the department offi
cials say there is nothing for them to
do. as the question Is entirely in the
hands of the attorney general.
One feature of the riots was the driv
ing away of the deputy postmaster at
McCormick, which lent an additional
feature of Interest to the recital of the
story of the delegation to the postal of
Imported Ginger A'e at
T. P. Doris’, Summerville.
Met Last Night.
A regular committee meeting of Post
E., T. P. A., was held last night at
the Arlington hotel. Only routine
tnatiers were transacted.
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Tbst is (he very unique title of (he
address to be delivered by Rev. J. H
iMashburn of Bt. James' rbtirrh. at.
(be Y. M C. Ibis afternoon. Whsl
Rev. Mashtnirn will have to say on
"Just for Fun” will be Interesting and
exactly »hai he will say on such a
subject, of roifrse. every one will want
They are all Invited to be present
at tbe meeting and And out.
The usual singing of the Y. M. C. A.
quartette will l>e heard at the meet-!
Ing. After the tegular meeting Prof.
Jameson will give the email boys a
talk He never falla to Interest the
juveniles and they will all be there.
The men’s meeting begins at 3:30
o'clock, the boys meeting at 5. An i
hour can profitably be spent at the
meeting. You arc invited to be there.
Fine variety of sc. and
1 Oc. Segrars at T. P. Doris ,
Mis SILVER WEDDINQ
'•John’’ Is Celebrating the Occasion
Jno. J. Bangs, .the well known bar
keeper for Mr. A. W. Stulbs. is to
day celebrating his silver wedding an
John la liked by all, having made
many friends by bis politeness to ev
ery one, and his many friends, both
white and colored, will join In extend
John received several presents yes
terday. He always celebrates his wed
ing anniversaries, but he Is taking
note of his silver wedding in extra
style today. It is hoped that John’s
golden wedding may find him In as
good health and prosperity as his sil
ver one finds him.
people of Augusta are somewhat
stirred up over the sensational sale of
dry goods that is going on at Lan
drum & Butler's. They are forced to
sell their stock in sixty days at what
ever the goods will bring. There are
thousands of dollars worth of goods
that have arrived this season, and these
must go at the slaughter prlres that
characterize a slaughter sale. The sale
is "absolute and limited." Thousands
of people have already taiten advan
tage of this unprecedented sacrifice
sale. It will lie to your Interest to visit
the above place if you arc in need of
anything In their line.
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An Augusta dmmtuer Just in off the
road tells a rich story of a Inter wr.l
ing down at Hakyondah* on the Cen
It seems that a planter had for thir
ty years been sending cotton lo a fac
tor named, well, say Smith. Recently
Mr. Smith associated hla brother In
hualnsas with him and the firm name
became John Smith A Brother. The
Inter to the factor ran:
"Mr, John Smith and hla brother —
I shipped you two bales of cotton last
week. You took twenty pounds out
of one bale "and thirty pounds oui of
the other. I don't mind you taking
out ten pounds, but I’U be d— If l
am going to supply cotton to you and
your brother, too.”
60 acre Farm, midway
between Hephzibah and
Address A. H. Hackney,
449 Walker Street.
The Police Committee.
The police committee of council met
yraicrday to Investigate the complaints
about the smoke nuisaoce. The laun
dry proprietors and the city attorney
were not in the city. Action was post
poned till Monday afternoon at 5
A chronograph has, says the Deut
sche Uhrmaehrr Zeitung, been Invent
ed which Is said to excet by far all
former achlevcmenta In this field, and
to admit of measuring one-millionth
part of a second and even smaller
spaces of time. The apparatus Is based
on the following principle: At the end
of a tuning fork of a very high num
ber of vibrations a hole Is provided,
throuPgh a pencil of rays falls upon
the case of a revolving cylinder whose
circumferential velocity Is thirty me
ters per second. In consequence of
the quick vibration of the timing fork
and the rotation of the cylinder, the
said luminous tuft describes upon the
cylinder, which is doubtless covered
with paper sensitive to light, a curve
whose dimensions correspond to cer
tain particles or time.
> Planting Pecans.
Mr. W. H. Tift, of Tifton, set twenty
acres to pecans about eight years ago,
and many of them have come Into
The number of Buddhists is compu
ted to be 455.000,000.
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Mlaa fillb HMrrl* of Athens la the
guest of Mrs. Bernard Franklin oh
Mrai T. H tttalTord le expecied home
this week after an extended visit to
I ** vrral Northern elUea.
Mrs B. a Miller leaves for Macon
next week to attend the Christian
■ bureh etate ruavention
Mr anil Mrs. T. L. Moody have re*
'turned to Camah. after a few days'
visit to friend* In the city.
t\ 8. Deputy Collector Davla has re
| (limed from Havaninah He says that
I city I* fllletl with soldiers.
Mrs. John Twiggs la the guest of
Mrs. Albert Twiggs and has poatpimed
! fora time her trip to Cuba.
ft. J. May. J. H. Swan and M. P.
Riley, of the'r. 8. Army paymaster's
ik-partment, are at the Arlington.
Mias Anlae Black will speed next
month In Augusta, the guest of Mrs.
Nenhlt Witigfleld.—Atlanta Journal.
Col. and Mrs. Gallaher and family
moved Into the residence of Mr. and
Mrs. Thomas Garrett, on lower Broad
Mr. J. C. Bannon, representing the
Louisville Courier-Journal and the In
surance Herald, of the above city, Is In
Misses Scott, of Johnston. S. C.,
spent several days In the city with
,heir friends. Miss Nellie CnPtlta took
!c the circus a.tc.
Mrs. T. L. Smith, of Ridge Springs,
S. C., spent last week In the elty, on n
visit to her daughter, Mrs. C. H.
Good sell, amt son, Bonham Smith.
The Daughters of the Confederacy
und the Ladles Memorial Aasodatlon
are Invited to participate wllh the Vet
erans this afternaon In tho memorial
service to Col. Raines.
Mrs. D. Morgan Taylor and Miss
Emily Neville Taylor will arrive In the
elty the first of December, accompan
ied by Miss Stovajl. who has been vis
iting Miss Taylor In Springfield
A new euchre club recently organized
includes among ijn memberethe Misses
Smith, the Mlssipß Chafee. the Misses
Miss Hardwick. Miss Stovall,
Miss Gumming. Miss Beane, Miss Pink
ham, M!f« Palmer and Miss Michel.
New Crop Seeded Rais
ins atT. P. Doris’ Sum
Plenty of Fires.
There was an alarm from box 43
yesterday. There was a few dollars
damage to a house on Hnle street.
Box 55—A house of Dr. Harrison's
on Telfair street was slightly damaged.
Box 81 —A house on Young street,
occupied by Policeman Black, had the
roof bulbed off.
Box 222—Slighf damage at the South
em depot. , ‘
At this fir* Fireman W. B. Battle
was thrown from the apparatus and
hurt. He will bfe laid up for a month.
The manufacture of quinine was be
gun in Philadelphia by John Farr In
t ot ot (Hr Stale Hank
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lib*' AHnirilow of a (*»*«n**m by *r*l
|«»r oib*t • aaually aboil abal* tb* rrtit.
A Mil by Mr I'llrls amending th*j
law f*Hr Issuing and returning mama*.
"tw *<-r* lnlro.loor.1; ..
Mr Kb*an *4 Halt a 1411 In proyld*
I for tb* «♦!#*« i|.»n of Jury roMaMAtiVt
•"** ckangdng t>* nwm
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I from *a« h militia *AtHcl. R*f*fT*d to
[«iHiimM (** on ff*a**ral Ju4i« l*r) .
By Mr. Parka «f Orwn» a Mlf
I | .o\ id*, additional dullaa fur nainlv
tax reviver*. Htfemd lu c.mimll.* on
waya and in.-ana.
n, Mr BragM of farra'. * '“III lo
I' ut the pay of the aecrclary of III.: aen
al* from Hu to l«» l>cr day. and ilv
l«y of the clerk of the house fmnj $1«
| 10 $:.« |irr day. providing the change
| doe* not apply to the term* of (he pres
ent officer*, neferrad to committee on
waya and mean*.
By Mr. Calvin of Richmond, a reso
lution for the relief of Annie K. Branch,
of Richmond county, on account of the
•Hi.- of wild land he longing to her In
! Decalur county.
By Mr. Calvin, a Mil to make It un
lawful to hunt or fish on the property
~f another without the written conaent
of the owner.
Holmes & Coutt’s Fancy
Crackers at Keenan & Co s
The fourth game of the champion
ship series of indoor baseball between
the C. L. A * of »t. Patrick's parish
und the Sacred Heart Cadets will take
place 00 Monday night at St. Patrick's
Hall. The C. L. A's feel very sore
over the crushing defeat of the Cadets,
ntul have succeeded in securing some
very strong players from Inst year's
trains, and they propose to turn the
tables on the boys from uptown. The
Cadets will introduou their "pony’’ bat
tery. and they say they will add an
other game to their credit on Monday
night. The following will be the lttie
cp both teama:
Ridgley, Gum, catch.
Nixon, Bill, pitch.
Schorens, J. Ben, Ist hnse
Salvo, Albert, 2nd base.
Lyons, Jerry, 3rd base.
Mahoney, Jno., right, shortstop. ;
Sheehan. Ed., left shortstop
O’Connell, Rich, left field.
Meyer, Carl, right field.
Doyle, Jim. catch.
Carrigan, Micky, pitch.
Daly, Jim, Ist base.
Mulherin, Ed, 2nd base.
Mulherin, Chas., 3rd base.
Costello, Dan, left shortstop.
Gallaher, Ed, right shortstop.
Durban, Sody, left field.
Sberon, Will, right field.
Played. Won. Lost. P.C.
Cadets.. 3 2 1 667
C. L. A's 3 1 2 333
line of Cereals at
Keenan & Co’s.
The wheelmen of Augusta are up .in.
arms against the sprinkling of the
streets of Augusta on account of the
damage they say that will result to
their wheels. They were signing a pe
tition which is at the Augusta Mantel
and Supply Co.
There Are Two “F"
In The Clothing Business.
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ItMP Olhaf Wg Af# 100 on#fg#llc to (to l#*H
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p*fl |iy hri|M, rmxl«'M, (Afftui m#lHod*
!(*• o pt#«kAftl piAc* (of jtou to buy. Th#
gmpl# AMOhmtntt. tb# Allehbv* mMm*
pyrtit'. tho Nindtom# gaodi. tho (*»if i <>ctt
And tho KOM* Aim. xphef# ot tho (SM*
rr*Ai# m*fd#d ronhdonro Ho o*«y lo wWt
W Kon |.t m 'N*< tiro nghl. Our t>u*<OOM
pi»a Afo impocJltUo.
I. C. LEVY 5 SON & CO.,
TAILOW*rtT CLOTH IXH*.
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tl* *tai«4 that II uouM br • aun4 (fa’nx
fur lb* elty aad wo* 14 raw** a MAI*
of affair* to rxtat (bat vrawW xark
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have twx for A IXMfan mt f**r i At
i m(«.*>» Mm* aaf other • til** Tkey
1 r*p a *••( the ktetll eotto# eofttwAoo
Itlil* a#eat la appniafol by lb* fwast*
"The ayatew.” told Ike oOelal. “put.
all road* no a parity II work* »■-
10*1 H- to boor Barb road arltl get
Ha ptoper .bare of the eotto* IwMna
Tb* agexit uill aau In tbat lbat I* bl*
The offiri*! wot of tb* oplaltM tbat
lbe rottnn lure would appeova tbe
plaa. He saw no reason wby Ibey
•boiild not. Tbe ngebt »UI ha named
Frosh Buckwheat at T.
P. Doris’, Summerville.
I lent, martin Snend lo Wad MUa
A marriage lleenae waa taken ont at
the ordinary'* office laat afternoon by
Lieut. Marlon C. Soead. of Columbia
I.leut. Knead will shortly wed falls*
Mattie Blount, of Belatr. mm* of tb*
loveliest young ladles In this section
The exart date of the marriage could
not be learned last afternoon, but It
will be in the very near future —this
week, no doubt.
Lieut. Knead t* a moat popular young
man. and friend* of which he has many
will extend congratulations to bint in
the event of hU winning ao fair a
A WARRANT FOR HIM.
Money Obtained Under False Preten.
Sheriff Whittle, of Salu.lu county.
8. C., arrived In the city last after
noon and preceded to Judge Muse'*
office, where he took out a warrant
for a party named J. F. Klnnehrew of
the above county, who Is charged with
obtaining money under false pre
The sheriff Informed the Judge (hat
Klnnebrew was in Augusta. ffi
The exact nature of the obtaining
the money under the false pretenses
was not learned by Judge Muse.
ENGINE TURNED OVER
Charleston & Western Carolina Koad
Tho Charleston and W’estern Caro
lina train, due here at noon yester
day. did not reach the city until a late
hour last night. Tbe long delay was
caused by an engine of a freight train
jumping the track near Yemmasßee
and blocking tho line.
Reports say that, the locomotive
turned completely over. From what
can be learned nobody was hurt by the
accident. Details of the accident are
quite meflgre at this end of the line.
Buckwheat at Keenan &
Our Coal Promotes Health, Wealth and good Cheer
It burns through and through and leaves neither slate nor
cinder and but very little ash.
OUR JELLICO AND CROSS MOUNTAIN
Household Coals are unequalled for cleanliness, heating and
lasting qualities and money is saved daily by their use.
Egg, Nut and Steam Coals of best Grades and at
Telephones - ( FRASER & CUMMING, Lessees,
ijo ( CO-OPERATIVE COAL SUPPLY CO., 1041 Jackson St.
hr foot im: cimlO
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COSKERY A HUNTER.
160 pi«cffi« of fancy Silks
on c*nt«r countar, original
prices $ 1.26 (o 92.50. A*.
86c Monday morning.
95.00 colored Taffetta
Waists, Satin Waists,
Black Taffetta Waists.
Vslvet Waists at 93.50 to
close the lot.
150 Ladies' Skirts at 3*4
40 cents black and
colored Serges on center
counter, ail wool, 25c.
50 cents Black and col*
ored Serges, all wool, at
75 and 85 cents Serges,
all wool, at 50 cents.
California Blankets; grand
opportunity for cash buy
ers; $2 50. $3.50. $5.00,
$7.50 each, by the pair or
Down Comforts $3.98,
worth $5.00, at $5.00
Children’s Jackets 4 to 8
years at $2.50 and $3.50,
worth $5. Misses’ Jackets
at $5, worth SB. Ladies’
Jackets, new lot on sale
Monday, special prices
$8.50, $ I O and $ I 2.50.
Embroidered and Hem
stitched Shirting Flannels
at 50 and 69c.
20 pieces unbleached
Table Linen, worth 75c. t
at 42 1 -2. Remnants of
Table Linen very cheap
COSKERY & HUNTER.
Invitations are out announcing the
marriage of Miss Susie Dicks to Mr.
T. J. Whitlaw, Dec. 14th, JB9B, at the
First Baptist church. Mr. Whitlaw
ahould feel complimented to have woo
for his lifetime companion so popular
a lady as Miss Dicks. Her friends are
numerous. Mr. Whitlaw is a promi
nent young man employed by Macau
lay & Co. The happy couple w.il reside
across the river In North Augusta,
where Mr. Whitlaw has ereeted a hand
some hjiae to take his lovinq bride.
These two young people have th“ best
wishes of ■( iarge number of 'rtonda
for their future happiness and welfare.