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will mr#! th* Van tv #l#v-u op th* j
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For Crotin u*« rHE-;
HAIN’S H MORIAL
Will Be L'nvelfe.l at 3:30 Tomorrow
The memorial tablet to General j
Rain*, th* unveiling of which *« j
postponed from law Sunday, will be
travelled tomorrow afternoon at 3*30,
The original program will b* car-j
ri*d out Th* special train run by |
th* C. A W C. road for guest* will
leaYe the depot at 315 o’clock: other
guests will b* accommodated on th*
Lake View line, which will run a con
venient schedule and extra cara. Ev
erron* la cordially Invited to sttend
there exercise* and to unite In hotiT
orinfi the metnoty of one of the south. a
most loyal sons Camp 435 U. C. V.
will attend the exercises in a body.
Large stock new rti's ns. all varieties.
Just received at Larnkin A Co.'s. • 4
Some t_ nkn wn Party Entered Tub
man High School.
Some unknown party entered the
Tubman High school a night or so ago
and went a!! through the desks In the
building. A number of the scholars
keep penknives in their desks, which
they use for sharpening pencils. No
books were touched, howe’er. It is
thought that it must have been some
email boy or boys who made them
selves so much at home and took what
the latest novelties-
In leather goods and sterling silver I
at the Augusta Novelty Store, 814
~ FUNERAL OF MRS. NEBHLT
Occurred This Alternoon From the
The funeral of Mrs. Elizabeth Neb
hut. who died yesterday, occurred at
half past three o'clock this afternoon, j
from the residence of Mr. B. T. Lowe,
and was attended by many sorrowing
Reading and Vocal Recital.
The reading and Vocal Recital on
Friday evening at the First Presbyte
rian church, for the henelit of the
First Presbyterian Sunday school,
promises to be one of the best enter-:
tainments of the kind had in Augusta!
in a long while. _ „ j
THE DIGNITY OF WOHAN
Well Sustained at tha Cheapest Store in the city WhereJ the Correct Newimt St Wes of CAPES AND
JACKETS are on Sale at PRICES WITHIN REACH OF IHfc SLIMIST PURbE.
jM. new Capee Starting at 06 cents to the finest at Cut Prices a
ry fit, r 1000 Ladles'and Chliiiren’B new Jackota at one-third off regular price. G.
New Bhirt Waists. Now Collarets. New Suita AT SAVING I RICES. lj^
' ••■ja Underwear Cheaper Than Ever!
V 2B £ *^V. o m. M fV‘'in- U v^,*WMi r , rS. 1 Folk, worth SI.OO. . VW?
40 C.nt. [Or Woo , Men i and Wom.n’. a bargain worth SI .25
I 000 pAlm of all Wool Blankets at cut prica. ran a .rg from 48c a pal k to I 2-4 at SO 4B ,
I 200 Smyrna Rue* Martina at 25c to tha boat in town at I -J lea* than any placo in to vs JBmMB
40 yard* of South Carolina Saa Island for $ 1.00.
You cret the Liowest Prices In th© City at P. D. HORK AN & CO’S.
IMtNNIAI i.fcli -t-IA.
: Meet gpMUM teklM t* 0* f«*e4
Hi M t «m— r rw,
TH* ShMNIAV *«ir***'*va** vlfl
■ f|||a th* ,Afy arf HW'tS) *Ttll. ***** 1
[ and f S*p» #|»-h I * W*f #f * j
I Th*f* ar* tsl*r»*4ing Mirren*** <4
IFo iftlt an! Infill ward*, tk< .-#gt%tfa •
Mr rrt iivt df raftmt jmbPra
dar. bow to a daiMrt*tfal »ad
lamlthlan na*!« a atibjwt #b»rb llo#
Own. T. Barik*n bat lx*r& disruaalng br*.
I fora tha pti)4lr
for thr MHthodiat roofaraara. full Hun
tha vary Ha«t of tha haul -j
[ tug mnftr. and aivaa all tba hum* do
main k- and foratgn now*.
Ba »ura that jron gat It «
IA WBAt'TKrVl* ABStOKTMKXT—
Of v<*c cardraaaa, ptmt
I i m mt | n ~|jia a» ( )r mph' and othar
laatltm at tha Auiiuata Novelty 8tor».
H 44 Broad atraat.
IN 50 OIER’S UNIFORM.
A " omsn Secreted Herself on Sol
Honolulu, Nov ».—-Via F*e FrancU
ro, Nov, ia —Th* tr«»n*porte Ohio and
Indiana arrived in port early on the
Th* Zealan srrivi>d on thesth with
th* Tenncste* regiment.
Th* transport Indiana brought a
women stowaway. Sadie White. 8b«
cun* cn board io a aoldlcr'a uniform
n<s was net discovered until the thl.'d
day out. Then she was put In a statp
room and a guard placed over her. She
wee put * shore here. She claims to
have a sweuheart on the Benolng on.
She was nsslated In smuggling aboard
*s a private by Pilvatc Moore of Co.
E H* was given twenty day* In the
guard hou’e *,nd u fin* es $lO.
! P'ace you order for fail suit with E.
j. Henry * Co., popular priced tailor*.
"There goes a man." remarked the
bartender, as a portly Individual pass- j
ed out. “who baa been alderman from
his ward for nine yearn and he is
poortr today that he was at the begin-,
ning of hi* first erm." “You don't
=ay!” exclaimed the stranger, as he
lighted a perfecto. “One seldom sees
such an example of honesty and up
"Oh, it isn't that exactly, replied
the liquor-dispenser, bur you see he
has aiich miserable luck at poker.”—]
Chicago News. "
»w Maple. New Orleans and Geor
gia Syrups received at Lamkin &
For Winter Grazing
GEORGIA SEED EYE IS THE BEST.
WE SELL IT.
NATIVE REST-PROOF OATS
is the best for this section. Elant now.
WE SELL THEM
GROUND BONE MEAL
is a fine fertilizer for
VEGETABLES AND LAWNS.
We se'l in any o.uantitv from five
pounds to a ton.
CHINESE sacred lilies,
10 Cer.ts Each.
\ Hyaaintlw Tulips. Narcissus ami
Ah e r Flcwar Bulbs .'or spring bloom
ing «houid lie planted now.
ALEXANDER SEED CO.,
832 Broad Street
Bell 'Phone, 2075.
I'ANM N AND Wtk
Haw tk* Fktl are Isiwf sas Ik* Ist*
MMI I ale* at t iny $ «M|.
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lin tb* <f*rnm* » Hv pt «>« #f •
I tt ill i jipfii titr«4) mil In- •
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M . vs , a m • o-bilf flml fill' Vbr-lf
A lii p# lb# tm&m #r#4 **•
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nifLt I vatrlMNS a raiitjkn bnU
»h# | •«* vii I«14 hi# #;#•
Ihi ‘atn»% aa4 lb# M4r filh#f
t.!! ta so cw ft "f## il* *
j Th,, te'l -** that th*r*'' • fwuwt*
jl, |, nl ) r 1 1 y tndlvtd tat who tan
f. n.,h r k< I r *• •• Nat »s th* hoy*
ran -at *iu .ml at camp. Th* demand
1 .'treed* the supply and I'm mid. too
that all of th* Augusta baker* ar*
flllsd up with orders Th* boys' taste*
t ie* vanes. Apple com** first on
the lt« with rn'nce a good second.
'Owmg to th* drilling and plenty of eg
ere I*4- I suppose a half doten or ao of
the latter just before tap* don't tn
svok* the shade* or th* soldier I*l*'
eraiKlmblh#ra in th#tr dream# a# la
(the caa* with th* ordinary mortal,
j \ficr be good old standard apple and
i mince e uie the fancy kind*-plum.
' peach, etc., and a couple of day* ago
an enterprising pieman took out »otn*
Irmon-mrritttgu* and cakes of the angel
j(, T s r >ty. The** were a little too
t j,.ft «,, r ordinary private, and were
disposed of to th# »erge«n,* and cor
-1 ■.arsis at ten certs per. or three for a
g arter Th* nick 1 pl“ has other
I use*, too, than for austenane* and
tickling the palate, and this lift!* stery
sbo«v* how conscientious and pains
taking our Augusta bakers ar*. hew
thoroughly they knead their dough.
On* of th* boy* bad dug out th* stuf
fing a* It »Ae/I «n apple pi* and
then with sat* 1 appetite tucked the
ehell just outside th* tent. It luy there
L|i night in th© wet and when spied
next mnmi'ig was of Just the properly
—egy consistency to make into a good
sized "Bp't-hnll” so fondly bringing to
i ntird our gergeouß school day*. The
! frisky soldier hoy carefully moulded
!i t i n to a sphere and then gazed
around for an opportunity to demon
strate that hi* good right arm hadci t
lcat Its cunning.
If the Observer Is not mistaken, th
I srrreant of th’s particular hoy's rom
! pony is the one I told about recently
ehe "no good" sergeant. Well, h* was
seen s-pr p hing. New was the chance
'. „d he drew hack and let her fly.
It's probably fortunate for the young
irrnn formor prowess in base
i-ill has become impaired through
shouldering a gun. as the erstwhile
succulent sinker just whizzed by the
] sergeant’s ear, and went whack against
;a nearby hoard.
But this is a new use for pie crust,
Dozens of ladies in the city say that
Cucumber and Almond Cream sold at
Alexander Drug store. Is the most d*-
Hsrhtful cun* for chapped, rough akin
ENGIN 7 OFF THE TRACK.
Locomotive Jumps the Track in Col
umbia Yard. Delaying Train.
The Southern train due here at, 8
o’clock this morning was two hours
and a half late in arriving. The delay
was caused by a freight engine in the
Southern yard at Columbia Jumping
the ticek and blocking the line.
■Dali is aecta a thing," said Unci#
Eben. "as too much fo'eight Some
folks gits ter flggertn' ao habd on trim
might happen year aftui nex’ dat dev
jets de fire go out end catches dab def
o' cold right whay (ley sits.”—Wash
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A »<*rd that rtvfft tip|B# rl*Br
T« f»4#f, B**4 tru#. Bn4 ft*##—•
Ju»t ihh»; -I low f<m, (h*rt w
j A Mill# wnr4? B«tf *
M»kinv th# world n h##t« t»##l!
A word—* lit l l# t#n4#r #or4.
THrliM by a r#*tM*# mwlstfia-Wrd*
T#n4##. atv4 aw#»“t .and with tto f#Bf
Ju*t thta: **l lav# y»*u. 4#Br***
—FRANK U BTANTOR.
The Cil#ofnv Mm.
[ Bh# had hfpfi married fhr## w##lm,
and #ht* < on»td#r#d It waa hifh ttm#
that #h# l»##aji inatf hmakln#.
Bh# aat on th# vle vln# Ilf#
| ihr«»«*h rf#u*-ro|or#d ipifUiflOi. and
th# misfitia« l»#»l yound m#n »n«l wrunett
1 around b#r with a iprrulKivt #>’#
I From th# (1(1*1 fiho had t«K#n an In -
t#r#pt In a #otnt>**r and wllfewy yiaine
loan who gloomily fl-aked by hUnacif
jn deaerted corntg* of the piaxaa or
cared up and dpwn In lb* moonlight,
frowning and chewing hi# moustache.
If>f course he was In love She could
tell thvt' her womanly Intuition awak
ened by her own happiness told lie* *©
Jthe wa* verv sorry for him a* the
day* went by. and he grew gloomier.
She watched him when ihe letier* ar
rived and noted th* look of sickening
despair w hen "No letter* for you. *ir,sj
w.. t « the answer to his eager inquiry.
She was almost a* Interested in him
jr sh c wa* In the dearest man on earth.
Pi e implored the latter to *peak to
"It * our duty to cheer hint up. dar
ling Think how happy w« are. Don t
he selfish. H" doesn't know a soul here.
Go stand on hi* to* and beg his par
don. or offer him a rtgar or ash him ir
h* likes Stephen Crane, or do some
thing to wake him up."
But "darling" was adamant- He sam
he's he electrocuted before he'd speak
to that cross- looking creature.
s„ the little bride continued to sym
!■utilize in silence.
One morning the gloomy young man
’ received a note which he tore trom the
|hand of the hotel clerk and rushed out
of doors to read.
I Later in the monnlns she ami fi#i
dearest went for a walk. They came
Upon the Intereating one, but with such
a happy face, hiS'eyes beaming and he
was actually smiling to himself.
"Ah," she observed, "she has accept
ed him I know; It. I'm so zlnd. See
how fast ho walks! He’s too happy to
In another moment the excited IRtu
wife was down on her knees In the
roadway. , ,
Ho dropped his letter.’' she cilcrl
"I'm going to read it," and in spite of
her dearest'* scruples, she did.
It was written on yacht club paper
and read something to this effect:
"Dear Tom: I had not forgotten you,
hut Start was delayed by skipper falling
down companionway and breaking his
shinbone. Seabird sail* on the 1-th.
Bring your old banjo. No petticoats.
Select Winter Gowns Early.
It is a question to many women
whether it Is advisable to select fabrics
for winter gowns as early as this, m
v| ew of the fact that new designs and
materials are eonstantly added to the
•importer's display during the entire
On the other hand, it is very eeitain
that with so many different weaves put
upon the market, the earlv shoppers,
have unlimited choice, which is not a.-
forded th*m later on. This has keen,
proved over and over aguln by Women
who have bought some stylish or hand
some texture wngn it first appeared.
*nd later on. Wishing to match these
same goods, have been unable to do
No .duplicates are imported in a sm-1
I #l# wmmm mt %+*t It 18 •
I v#t t mk» t« m>b» 8 **t \
| bfi,-] '%*■■ »■)« *' fikijtf In flMh-
I fvtif tPk| •-*1 <ri| Ml * •!!### I
I i*f lßMkt# > flßl 81# BnM| 18 8 «Bftjtt«* 48f.
How Vow Sh*aM «r*«
Y<,ii m#«(, |f y*»# Bf# 8 girl »b* «rtrNBM
ilw tfi 4k> tfew- rlfttii thlfii writ# ”B##l *
IQB for«««4 tm t«#« It h#«*»
v* fitl«t< III# 8 »#B l BlMl j
« Amt. ihh bmß#r* N»» w *‘* ? |
fiiii'htiMll) It #, In f#f i„ #w rt*”#**#* ]
maty (sfwWiesM, lbt«wr tw * rw* bwrb .
band as, m<«*. and lh* gift who 4«.
K is going to be aevepetlr rfll i< Is. -i |
Th* new slyle alanttng f.wwai4 writ ,
tng haa hardly lb* naegtt of iielng at* |
tfwrllve Attempted h» a D»un« »•*'
man wte. for eexeral tent* »•**« b*a
twrs scrlhbllng l njuei Ibe rrvetw* cbt
rograpby. It la terrtMe t» reniemidsle
jit I-*- nevetth,l**#, even at lb* »-..r*i
the advantage©! b elng aomew'bat more I
Hut at all event*, stieh la Ibe faahbm.
,ha lex er may le th» apiwarance as Ihe j
average glrl’a note* Insa *"* o© j
tbmugh the winter
Mine Maine Wright, wtia It alien-]
din* A*ne» (b-otl. I* expert ed hem*
nett Wednesday, and will remain in the
rlty mi the following Monday Ah*
w RI be aci ompanled hy her <ou»ln.Ml*s
j Fanny Burwell of Charlotte, who l»a*
vlalted here 'or several yeat*. and to
I Mis* OaMerll of Alab*mw. Ml**
Wright will entertain al dinner
Thanksgiving dar a numlter of Ihe
| Techn.dogl.al atudenl*. who will com*
down for Ihe football game. - !
I Miss Itulh Keeaei. of Augusta, la Ihe
I attractive aural of Miss Ella Pope, In
j her home In West End. Miss Keener
j will lie the recipient of ntu. h attention
I during her atay.- Atlanta Journal.
The party wdth which Mrs John !*•*
was to have complimented Miss I»ck
hait * guests last evening, wad. on ac
count of th* weather, postponed until
The Young Men’s German dub will
give It* second dance of the season on
Mr*. James Walker ha* returned
THE LATE FT NOVELTIES—
i In leather good* and sterling silver
!nt the Augusta Novelty Store, 814
| Broad street.
Rat* aie playing havoc with the un-
Iderground telephone and telegraph ca-
I hies In St I>oui*. They have discover
| ed that the wire arc covered w ith par
iaffined paper, and they like the tasie.
jTo satisfy their appetites they must
gnaw through the lead castings about
ihe wires. It lias happened in a mm
her of cases that the rats, in gnawing
through the lead cables to get at the
1 greased paper, have beared the copper
wires so that they touch each other,
and cross In such a manner as to make
it Impossible to establish communica
tion over them. /
For Asthma use CHE
When the military academy was
founded, a knowledge of Spanish was
really necessary to an army officer,
and so it continued to In for many
years. Long after it ceased to be so,
thp professorship of Spanish was con
tinued for reasons which nobody un
derstood. But the knowledge of
Spanish thus conferred has come in
handy in the course of the war with
WHEN IN WANT
of anything in the drug line, whether in
drugs, druggist sundries, perfumes,
soa»s, toilet articles, etc..
C. H. HOWARD JR.’S
la ihe place tu have Vuur wants .ap
plied. In perfumes and tuilet arifclea
We cannot he «ui pot,»-d. having ja#t
add-d lo our already lores line
HOOffh * OAUJET'fi
line extracts and soaps. The place is
THE EFFECT IS CHARMING
' Wfes## f#crlT irt#»m hrt*f#n
I f*ut*y Ilf*#.
* B##Biy 18 aftm marr*d h* i**»t t##«B
j >,yi (nor# fr»'U tt #Btt> ahM fe> ikttfuS
Out inritiodi Rrrtr Bill (# lm|»r«v«.
ill# ttiffiiilKi' <*f tli# icylli, fr## th#f#
I from decay and pain and r rut ore them
g|g Broad ktreai AUOUWTA. OA.
CHAU. C. NEEDHAM. l*entl»4
IN WILKES COUNTY.
A Negro Child Burned to Death-Two
Washington. Oa.. Nov. 19—A Httl#
negro girt, about $ year* old, th# child
jof Bill Grave*, van burned to death
Th* mother had gone to th# aprfng
| only a short distance and th# rhlltl
j caught ro fir* while she wa* gone and
wax burned ao dreadfully that K died
jin a few minute*.
Ml** Mlu Smith and Mr. T. E Mll
l i*r were married at the residence of
jibe bride's father, on November 15th.
At th# residence of Mr. Eben Wil
! kin son. the bride's mother-in-law. Mis*
i Sarah Fartaon and Mr. Claude wer
j married on Sunday afternoon. Rev. R.
jit. G. England officiating.
1 The Johnson House ha* been leased
to Mr. Broder. who will run it in rnn-
I nectlon with Ihe Brown Hates# in Ma
G. E. Swindell, who was In the bat
tle cf Guantanamno, received a very
irmarkahl* wound. The ball struck
the wheel or the gun carriage, deflect
ed upward, striking him Just above
the knee and coming out at the hip.
Continuing its upward course t pierced
his right hand and lodged In his neck.
He errrie* the scar on his body, which
substantiates the strange story. Mr.
Swindell was an artilleryman of the
Augusta. G»„ Saturday. Nov. 19.
1898. Office icrateit in United States
Government building; telephone. No.
Forecast for 56 hours ending 8 p. m.
Nov. 20, 1898.
Washington forecast for Georgia and
South Carolina: Fair tonight ami Sun
oay: fresh westerly winds.
Local forecast for Augusta and vi
cinity: Fair tonight and Sunday.
The river at 8 a. m. was 14.5 feet, a
fall of 1.2 fret in the past 24 hours.
The storm this morning is centered
over the upper Atlantic Slates, accom
panied by heavy rains along the enact
from Washington, D. C., to New York
city: rains were also general, in th*
past 24 hours, over the east Gulf and
south Atlantic states, but clear skicH
prevail today over the entire South.
Decided temperature falls have oc
curred In the upper Missouri valley, a
change of 20 decrees being reported
from Huron. S. D.. but over the rest
of the country the temperature changes
The highest pressure overlies the
Friedenherg 4k Son have opened up a
novelty store in the d'Antignac build
ing. This is a branch of th*lr Jackson
ville atore, which did such hh hurt)etna©
business al that Place In tin- disposi
tion of souvenirs during the war. They
have manv beautiful novelties which
tho people of this city "ill he Inter
ThrCi #OO,OOO 7hr Cl
yogrtnv rirtTAtJlff wtt.i
WHAN 14 XI J* A MIIJ.IOSt P I I.Afifi
1 • ,**Py I* A»#w©a. Ot Term# t
i„ ,**m r-r bmlai *es
i sei, tiimer •< law. r J. awinvag
K* . ** M, I* O M*,NB.
on iiimroo HAH Mi-n n»M> tv>
IS, rtly. He ■a* he fewfkl *4 hi* of *
iti«a. K" lilt Uhrary imudlag. Ob
fire bn*f*. • t« m
In iallmenl Nntk*.
i ,gi> -es Astasia Ileal Kaiat* *n4l Irn
iia. n«v i*. naa
'THK KE«H‘LAM M«»VTHLY INSTAL
MENT «f thi# ..mipany t* <l«* an*
payable at iM* **ltt<* on MONDAY.
I H###B>b#r ft
W B YlK’Jtrt
w, c*. j «»•»#« Sfirfftin.
!,m numur are warnbd
, ###)##! hunt in# nr wi 88#
l»#r! #f my i#n4 w##t #f !*#B# iMm*
| #tr#B and north *»f th# Nv »*h)nirtnii
Umd No |s#rml##l*»n #t%’#B« All
E do#!* fi>iMid tunnkit# 8t lti#f #IM b#
J H. \ LENA SIMM.
WF.BB'g LODGE. NO IW. F. * A. M.
Augusta Oa.. Nov. It.- ISM.
THE MODULAR MONTHLY
, Communication of Webh'a
J Lodge. No. l«M. F. & A M..
Mill he held In Ihe Biu* Ro»«n.
Masonic Hall. < n Monday evening.
21*1 Insl.. *l * o'clock. Member* will
take due notire. Visiting Preibrwi
I cordially welcomed. Hy order
E rt M'CRBART, 3V. M.
C. E Coffin. Secret ary.
TIJE CONFEDERATE Pt'RVIVORB'
Aaforiatlon. I’yrop 435. V. C. V.. will
i meet on SUNDAY. November Ifltb,
l**», at 3 p. m., *harp. al th* Con
federate Monument, to attend unveil
ing es memorial tablet to our lato
comrade. General Georg# W. Ilalna.
M-mlieis having uniform* will wear
same and badge* will be provided for
memlier* not as yet supplied with
uniform*. By older
Cart. A Comdr.
Geo. 3V. McLaughlin. Adjutant.
TIIK Ml SIKKIM. OFFICER
I* here, and If you will call on F. G.
Merlin*, he can muster you Into a civil
ian suit for a little money, and Gents'
Furnishings are cheaper than ever at
F. O. Merlins', the Tailor and Genta’
Furnisher. 824 Broad street.
! ATLANTIC WHITE LEAD—
Two-thirds of White Lead used In
i Augusta i* Atlantic. It's the United
States standard. We sell it at the
new reduced price*.
I ATLANTIC LINSEED OIL—
Tlic finest Eastern Oil, refined,worth
4 rents a gallon more than west
HARRISON BROS.' WHITE LEAD —
Fresh stock from the fnctory at At
lantic Lead prices. It costs the sam
as Atlantic. We sell it at same price
HARRISON BROS'. TOWN AND
COUNTRY READY-MIXED PAINTS
Big fresh stock from factory—very
lowest prices. Can save you money.
China Gloss: Floor Painta: Varnish
Stains ; Tripod Ready-Mixed
Paints: Mercantile .Ready-Mixed
Paints: Roof Paint: Mineral Painta.
Tie Hflward i Willel Brit Cn.