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entertaining younff people The son 1
la this rase bIpIMMI to 1m • student
a: Ysl*. bat *a several ot the man were
from PrliirHofl. the color* of th* two
college* ware used equally la lb* dec-|
The ilium* room wa* trry brilllaal
The dining room waa vety brilliant
and black of Princeton. Oa the wall*
were bun* tbc college flags, and the !
mantel waa draped in silk o* the *ame
colors The bottcM had been more or
It** perplexed in ibe cholee of appro
priate flower*, at that season of the
She finally decided upon the blue
bachelor button* and the brown-eyed
Busan* tthe common field dal*le«,;
with brown centre* and yellow petal*!
a* having the nearest approarh to the
college color* The** were arranged
In tall, clear Venetian gins* vases, J
placed diagonally opposite each other!
at different corner* of the table. Each
*aae rested upon a small aiik flag In ,
the college colors. The candles used
were of differept colons —some being
of pure white, other* of orange color- j
ed wax. ITtese were shaded respec-i
tively with bine and black/ paper
ehades. The corsage bouquets and i
boutonnieres of bachelor buttons were
at each place, the blue being chosen in j
honor of the host; and also In his*
honor was the piece de resistance in
the centre of the table. Surrounded,
by the bachelor buttons and the dal- j
sics laid loosely upon the table was a
huge football of papier maohe. It
was tied with a broad band of Yule
In the course of the dinner the foot- j
ball waa opened. It was found to con
tain souvenirs of a comical nature for |
Of course at an ordinary college
dinner, this would be dispensed with.
Mis* Lockhart l-intertains.
Miss Mattie Lee Lockhart compli
mented her guests. Miss Daney of Sa
vannah. Miss Collins of Macon, and
the Misses Thomas of Athens, with a j
delightful six handed euchre party,
last evening. The beautiful rooms
were elaborately decorated, and ex
quisite white chrysanthemums were
used In profusion. At a late hour a
delicious supper was served. A nota
ble feature of the evening were the
graceful addresses with which Mr.
George Jackson, jr.. presented the
prises, and the song by Miss Bedford.
The prizes were won by Miss Collins
nnd Mr. Hugh Harris. Those who en
joyed Miss Lockhart’s delightful hos
pitality were: Miss Radford of Rich
mond, Va.. Miss Dancy of savannah.
Oa., Miss Collin* of Macon, Ga,. Miss
'Thomas of Athens, Ga., Miss Isabel J
Thomas of Athens, Ga,, Miss Ferris,
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turard to the r|:jr and am at ho»f ««»
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York, who bivf bven th# aumta of
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Charles Carr , .later, Mr*. Bradford, I
tn Lexington. « C.
For Croup use CHE
Auustn. Friday. Nov, 18, 1898. t
Forecast for 36 hour* ending 8 p. tn ,
Washington for emit for Georgia and
South Carolina—Rain followed tonight
i |,y clearing weather; Saturday fair:
light to fresh variable wind*, mostly
Locsl forecase for Augusta and vi
cinity; Rain tonight: Saturday,
The river at 8 this morning was
15.5 feet, a fall of 1.9 feet tn past 84
The pressure has fallen everywhere,!
the lowest this morning being eon- j
fined to the northwest l>order of the:
country, with high* In eastern Ten
nessee and western Texas. Clear
weather extends today over a large
territory west of the Mississippi river,
but to thi eastward there is much
cloudiness and almost general rains
In the East Gulf and South Atlantic
The following heavy rains have fall
en in the past twenty-four hours: New ,
Orleans, 1.74 Inches; Mobile, 1.76; j
Montgomery, 1.44; Savannah, 3.68; ,
Charleston, 1.58. Temperatures are
uniformly higher in all sections, the
greatest rise heing noted in the upper
Missouri valley. Cooler changes in the
lower Missouri valley. 1). Fisher.
Defective vision produces irritation
and nervousness, and in this condition
j no person Is capable of trivintr to busi
] ness matters or to ordinary affairs of
llife the attention necessary to success,
I Nothing is more important for the
preservation of good health and clear
business Judgment than Jealous care of
the eyes. Perfect fU«ng glasses will
overcome nature’s defects. The very la
test in spectacles and eyeglasses, all
I style*, shapes and maketi, are to lie had
at Dr. Godin’s optical parlors, »35
Broad street, Aususta, Ga.
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, murt tell you ho. Mr
| profTfilßl H* *• |TOWIm» n
\mr I erfllMltfO******* ***
land to his criedH. I thtakl- A frlenil
of mine bad a bill to latrod»c* gr»»<'
I 11||« prtvfl**? to rate. *
11 * 1 | 0 tnuodti* f miIA flirty *°
do thla After the
I a..,n to thla legislator. »*<• tli»
.... #u t,mined and content* made
lfro he remarked *T'd rather not:
1,, || to Hammond: he lesn* thst
* bv roy |rt—dii tlon. If Ham
mood doe* introduce the bill he will
never regret It.
Mr. C. T. Ladnoa, n very eminent
lawyer of this e»y. and '•>•» attorney
for the Atlantn Federation of Trades
and tv I *o. by Ibe way. ha* a number of
client* in Augusta and number* some
warm personal Trlcnd* among the
working people, ha* caused to be In
troduced a bill thst 1* known as the
"Out-of-state garnish ment law A*
the law stands now a railroad man can
be sotd m any state which the road
traverses for which he works. The
law a* it now stand* works a great
hardship upon the railroad men. Thu
bill was referred to the Judiciary com
mittee and at the committee meeting
last night the bill was re« commended
for passage. The bill seeks to repeal
this law. Mr. Ladson Is giving a great
deal of his time to Ibis character of
The clerks have a flue union here,
and two of the members are Augusta
boy*. Asher and Marcus. The former
worked for Mr. I»mbarrt some two
The railroad conductor* scored »t»
honor In the appointmsnl o! Mr. John
T. Hounson on Gov. Candlers staff,
with the rank of lieutenant-colonel.
Mr. Hountson la a very popular man
and a member of the Ordir of Rall
! read conductor*. It strikes me oqr
friend Jones on the Georgia road
would make a dashing-looking staff of
ficer. Thi appointment of Mr. Houn
j poo gives general satisfaction.
Before I overlook It, I must an
nounce that the Journal of of
Atlanta, if now a six column eight
pege paper. My proverbial modesty
prevents my saying aything further,
but will stand a column from others.
| Now, T "dll give you some informa
tion that has not yet appeared in print
'arid will be of considerable interest
to the stone men in Augusta. It i*
well known that the Venable Bros,
have been boycotted by the Granite
Workers International. The fight has
been a long and stubborn one, both
sides fighting and contesting every
inch of ground. The war has been a
long and bitter one, but is now ended
and to my good granite cutters of An
gusia 1 take pride in saying that vic
tory lias been scored for the Granite
Union. Venable Bros, have
agreed ta sign the Georgia scale of
prices for granite workers, and, furth
er, have agreed to hire none but union
tyen in Atlanta, Stone Mountain and
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II on labor nativn.
Lobsters. Blue Point* on
half shell. Quail. Doves.
Squirrel. Possum and
Lanifley Bream at Mohr—
man’s Restaurant. Open
until 2 a. jm
Are lh« Russian Papers on War
Moscow, Nov. 18 - Whatever Count
Casein!’* protestation of Russia's an-
Irlent and rontioued friendship for the
jl'nitud States, a report of which has
I beef* cabled her* from Washington,
■ may signify of the attitude of the St,
Petersburg government toward the
1 American policy apt! the American iie
nuuids. the Russian press Is fiu from
friendly. Edltorlnln In the Bt. Peters
burg papers rectvftly and In the M<*-
rovr papers today have strongly rrlil
rtsed the Amerlean demand for the
ccaaloa of the Philippines and have ae
j cused the republic of conceiving anil
pursuing a consistent, aggressive. Im
| lierlallttle polley. II Is predicted In
these journals that In the event of a
European war United States will
IjJ'found In s hard-and-fast struggle
the continental Europe.
Lynnhsven Ovstr»rs on
the half shell end fine Lob
sters at J. W. Jansen, 7C6
ELECTING COUNTY JUDGES.
The General Bill Has Been Killed in
go far as AH«*ts is concerned, the
question of local self-government or
one man power Is now to be decided
by the Senate.
Singularly enough, a scries of cor
porations are closely connected with
the one man power that seeks to dom
The general bill, for the election of
Judges of eily courts, whleh has been
an obstacle in the way of the local
bills for the election of thesp officers
In Kultcn county by popn.ar vote,
seems to be practically dead.
The Senate sounded the dealli knell
of this general bill by killing a general
triU for the election of Judges and so
licitors of county courts. Tile chair
man of the general Judiciary commit
tee stated as the reason for Hie unfa
vorable report that it deemed un
wise to pass a general bill, as there
were some counties where local condi
tions made the popular election of
All the News of the World
IT’S THE BEST.
IxCIW t’f rT(PB
As« fvko «re«t factor* th«t Bring bu»»n**#* They «o tfff«th*r Bond In
hand and thoy invariably mak* any •uccmh*. If ** dWni
Mill a* w« advartit# lh* •nonjtndiloul thar« 'JfH* 1
a kirntlual dropping off until would bn hot a I** cuttom#r* *
'if Wo did not mak# low pric#» thn irad« wouM patroni/® houtog that
h.h m ,.| Pf .I iharo wa« confidento in our DU«nne»« intrgrity. You
her. any dsv .art SW. n-oplr «. ho trad, st this .lore vesr tn
and vAAr out* Um cnrta.my dnnotn* fon*.donca. garticulAr y wßjn
couplnd with th# fact that th#y Ar® buy.na th«ir 9ho#» and Hata allow
fig time. The proof of It ail !• in th« crowd* that arc constantly buying
at both of our store*.
Nile i Few il 0»f SPECIALS fir Bill VRL
MisW kid patent tip spring hool
Button Shoes, pieced I 3 to 2, go in
this sale at above figures, other
dealers charge 75c. for them.
Misses* spring heel shoes, plain
toes and patent tips, sell regularly
for $1.75. and are a very good
value at that* will go at above
pr ‘ Ce * 76c.
Youths* satin calf spring heel Lace
Shoes, medium weight soles, and
all solid, quick sellers at SI. the
above is our price for this sale only.
si.so , ,
Ladies* first Dongola kid
Lace and Button Shoes, stylish
tips, a line we consider equal to
any $2 Shoe sold in this city.
Ladies' very fine chocolate and
black kid Shoes. Lace and Button,
with fancy vesting tops, good
values at $2.50. sale price above
RICE & O’CONNOR SHOE COMPANY,
TWO 834 Broad Street. Name Acroaa Sidewalk.
s/oRES. 722 Broad Street. Opposite MonumenL STORIES.
M p. Htum of Atlanta I* at the Ptan
j ' if. V. M««ry of New York (• at the
F. Brown of Philadelphia Is at the
K K Hlake of Charlealnn la at the
J. J. William* of Baltimore I* at thej
F. If. Cook of Atlanta la at ih*
J |. ratlin of New Yoik I* at the
r. H Bethea or Montgomery. Ala., i*
al the Planter*.
-L. F. porn «f Parkavllla, H. C„ la
at the Planter*.
W. H. Parks pf Parksville, 8. C„ I*
at the Planter*.
J f|, Welter of Waahlngton, D. (*..
I* at the Planter*.
W. W. Klapler of latke Park. Ga.. la
at the Plant»r*.
J. B. Knight Of Valdosta, Ga.. Is at
T. A. Lyon of Greensboro. Ga.. i* at
the Planter* trtday.
T. J. Halne of Rochester. N. Y., Is
at the Planters.
H. D. Martin of Winston, N. C., Is at
I the Planters.
j W. M. Kirby of Richmond, Va., Is at
! ibe Planters.
| J. P. Ijimltert of Baltimore is al the
H. M Rowe Of Baltimore Is regis
tered at the Planters i- dsy.
C. 3. Whitlock of Winston, N. G.. i*
. . ... ... .1. 111,. L.rlatl
ißt the Plßliters today.
W. M Hobinson, of Philadelphia. Is
st the Planteis today.
J. L. Gordon of Ky., I* at
tj n. White of Grand Rapids. Mich..
Is registered at Ih- Planters today.
M. B. Bailey of Charleston Is at the
Arlington today, f
A. H. Campbell of New York i* at the
Ham Zewelg of New V/trk Is at the
H. 1,. Bromfelt of New York Is at the
A I'TITf!? lon today.
It. Harris of New York Is registered
at the Arlington today.
S. W. Powell of Chicago is registered
at the Arlington today.
Jos. J. Byrns of New York Is regis
tered at the Arlington today.
(*. D. Wise of Kansas City is regis
tered at the Arlington today.
I). McGlve of New York is at the Ar
F. K. Qoodele. a well known gentle
man from Camden, S. Is at the Ar
lington today •
FrankM. Father, of St. Paul, la regis
istf.red at the Arlington.
Mrs W. T. Car, of Minnesota, lvai
among the guests at the Arlington ye#
W. W. Parsons, of llawklnaville, Is
a guest al the Ailington.
J. \V. Perry, or Ne'.f York, Ih regis
tered at the Arlington.
H. T. Byrd, New York, Is among the
guests at the Arlington.
A. H. .Spain, of Atlanta, Is registered
at the Arlington.
K. T. Sanger, Bffston, Is u guest of
the Arlington today.
H. W. Gentry, of the ».,uth .Carolina
and Georgia railroad, is stopping at the
j. L. Jactdis. of New Yolk, is stop
ping at the Arlington.
H. B. Miller, of New York, is at the
HI lit Birilipla el Lei Prices
V- —and save noisEY
ANYTHING TO SUIT THE TASTE!
Fine Table Butter 20c
I 5 Cakes 10-ounce Soap for .... 25c
2-pound can Desert Peaches . . . .61 *4c
New crop Georgia Syrup 35c and . . 40c
New Mackerel, large size ..... 5c
Sugarcured Hams, guaranteed . . . lOc
First patent Flour 55c sack. S 4.35 barrel.
Second patent Flour 40c sack, $3.20 barrel.
Satistaction Guaranteed or Money Refunded.
IIKER i FILCHES, 954 filial SUM
John T. Little, of New York. I* at
Jr Parrell, Baltimore, is at the Ar
G. A. Heaver. New Orleans, is at
the Arlington today.
Robert Burgess, of Atlanta. I* among
the guests at the Arlington today.
It L. Pritchard, of Havurinah. Is a
guest at the Arlington today.
I. Vogal. of Providence I* a guest at
It. Tetlow. of Providence, Is a guest
ut the Arlington.
Miss Cl Into McMlllen and Miss Brile
MeMllleti, of Harlem, were In the city
yesterday a.'nktn on shopping.
Mrs. M. A. Heed, of Harlem. Is In the
Mr. W. VV. Lumpkin, of Columbia.
H. C., is 111 Ihe city this morning.
j. H. Hallow and family of Wasulng
ton, I>. C., are at the Planter*. They
will spend the winter on the Hill.
Lobsters, Blue Points on
half shell, Quail, Doves.
Spuirrel, Possum and
Langley Bream at Mohr
man’s Restaurant. Open
until 2 a. m.
Will Be the Men’s Heeting at Y. M.
C. A Sunday.
There will In- a most attractive meet
ing for men at the Young Men’s Chris
tian Association on next Sunday after
Ilcv. M. O. J. Krens will deliver a
talk and the secretary of the Y. M. C.
A. camp, Mr. DeWltt, of Ohio, will al
so give a short talk. Ho will a
few words to say-on "Camp Life, ills
address i«ill he entertaining.
Mr. Williams of Chicago will sing a
»010. The usual Y. M. A. quar
tet will-render several vocal selections.
All men are invited to I"- present.
Ue .T.- 'How startling are statistic*;
Wu drauk seventy millions gallons or
whiskey last year.
Mrs. De. T.—-Speak for yourself,
please; you know I never touched a
drop of it,—Harlem Life.
Men's winter weight brown box
calf Lsre Shoes, on on# of ths new
wide coin toes, a full $3.50 value,
the above it our figure for this sale.
The "Regent" Shoe for men at
above price should be seen to be
appreciated, these Shoes sre made
offine vlcl kid and calf-lmed. and
are the equal In fit comfort and
appearance of any $5 shoe on sale
in this city.
For above figure, a first grade
satin calf Shoe for men. Lace and
Congress. We guarantee $2 worth
of wear and satisfaction in this line.
Try Our a |ine of ladies' and men’s
high grade footwear is surpassed
by none. We have sold thousands
> in the last five years, so most every
one knows of their superiority for
fitting, handsome styles and de-
Is conceded to be as fine as Is
dime anywhere, and for that rea
son we nolle!t your order® for
etc. The very latest and most
correct styles assured. Orders ex
ecuted in 24 hours If nece«B«ry.
The Hwellest correspondence pa
per In the south.
Dunbar & Williams,
821 Broad Street, Augusta, Ga.
ONU NIGHT ONLY,
MONDAY, NOVEMBER 21.
Full of Farcicial Hilariousnes*.
And a Host of Fertile Comedians and.
Frisky Femrfle Funsters.
opens Saturday Morning
at l Horans J. Barton's. Prices: First
7 Rows Parquet *1.25; rest (1. Balcony
75c and 50c; Gallery 25c.
Services Ibis evening al it p. in., Sat
urday morning at 10:30. Pupils enrolled
Sunday morning for Sabbath School,
10:30. AH are coidially invitedv .__
• . ; smb*
isM tel *•» t
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