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•ill o4fr.ii a child aod hrr 401 l to th*
lid gha* »*4 tho prrtll—t 4r****4
gill giu hr award— a —to#
Mr* Jaarph Jl lamar »a«> ( j-‘
. Mr M H. Lott »on th* handout—
mirror at th* faacy booth
Mtr» May Ao4*r*or, wo* tb* roa*
Mtr* plM* ht th* flldf booth
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«lai fMbart rhftfft. V. J* fftnry 6
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Fair Waathrr looight a»4 Fair To
Pnr. -id for 3* hour* fading Dee
t. ism; »
For South Carol!nit —• Threaten ng
T~«ath~~ tonight and Friday; Cold Fri
day morning. light northwan wind*.
Georg;» -Threatening w#*tb#r r.nd
ihswrn Frida*: light north
»rly wind* 1
Auguata and vicinity -Fair tonight
tail Frida* , .
Th* river at 3 this rooming »** 10 5
feet. a fan of I.* feet 10 tb* paat 2«
A decided rl*«* In pr**»ur* h»a oc
curred o**r th* «pi»*r Rock* moun
tain rtflos the barometer In North
Dakoto reading SO 92 inch**, while it
(htprerrlon la located lit th* gulf, la
the vlelnlt* of the T*xa* toast, eauv,
tog clouded aklea ovnr th# southwest. '
Bno# |. falling ocrnatonally In th*;
Rock* mouataln region, alao In upper
Colder weather la noted for all sec- ,
Hons except Florida and the aottthereat
where •uheUntla! rise has taken
Bintnarok I* ten degree, below rero
St. Pnitl, 4 h#!oir; Rapid Oily, 2 below
and Omaha rero ,
HURRAH FOR THE FIFTH
That Ward Ha» Already Rrgun on the j
The Herald learns with a great deal
of plenaurc that the movement for a
white primary In the Fifth waa begun
Mr. W. T. Shea has permitted us to
»ee a copy of an agreement that Is to
he slgne.l by the white voter, of that
ward. It will hr given that circulation ;
which will afford opportunity for all ]
white men «oo so desire to become
f.artlcr to the agreement.
It is learned that the paper trill re
ceive such an array of slgnaturrs 'hat
will fotce white primaries lit that
word, the eireeigth of the signers to
be thrown a* a unit. If necessary,
egalnit any policy or candidate seek
ing success at the polls by other than
ibe white primary plan.
Handsome Wedding Presents
Sterling Silver Novelties.
S-dve Box«s, Sterling Silver top. 10 cenTs^
Sterling Silver Comb and Bru-h only $2.50.
Watch and Wristiet omy $4.00.
Watch Repairing, Diamond Mounting and Engrav*
ing in all its branches. Everything first class.
LEWIS J. SCHAUL, Popular Priced Jeweler
Under the Arlngton Hotel
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rtawad a few oitaataa before ) fc' e*. apd
that oar or (note voter* parr k 1 pat lag
In «h* *!*nlea la tb*.Fifth w» poa
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realdenc* In furomerrt'.l*. It I* pro
autped that It I* tbought k* tb* rotP
nUlaaau that bad - real deal vet* or
vote* went to BHlatt
What the law la
Th* now city rod* provide# for a
I heard of *nper*l#ora to par** th* ra*-
I I.tration Hat*, making It lacnmb*ot to
! purge *’tch Met* before th* election.
! and giving Urn* and opportunity there
rad* re<|»lr*a that "when any voter I*
i haltengrd and sworn M shall b* «»
written opposite bla name on th* list
and also on bis hallol/ ,
Haction II of the new eltjr coda pro
vide# that "If th* *J**tioß as a m»mt« r
of council he rontewted tb* ordinary of
R'chwond county obnil h**r *ndd*t*r
mlnc Mich conie*t a* I* provided In
th* act* of 1991, . 111."
• The State t ew
Art of 1891, State of Oeorgl* provi
ding method for rooteating election:
Section 1. Be It further enacted,
that whenever any contest arise# over
■n election of any constable, munici
pal officer or other officer*, not provi
ded for In the foregoing provisions of
this art. the same shall he filed with,
beard and determined by the ordinary
of the county wherein such content
may aria*, under the same rule* and
regulation* as to the mode of proce
dure ne prescribed In this act for con
tent where eororolaolon l» Isau- d hy th#
Notice n? contest must he given
within five days.
ihe Box and Certificate
The poll bos of the Tlfth ward, pro
perly scaled, la in the possession of the
ci rV of council, as provided by law
4fTie certification to the election of
R. K. Elliott, made by the Fifth ward
malingers, or a majority of them, as
provided by aw, is on file with the
clerk of council.
I nrgest Kitchen
' The largest k'tche’h In the world la
In the great I’trlfinn store, the Bon
Marche. The turn has seven thoua
fiiid euploycß. The smallest kettle
contains IM> quart o and the largept
r,OO. Ftcb of the fifty roasting pans
Is big enough for 600 cutlet*. For
cocking alone sixty cooks and one
hundred asslatmta are always at the
There are three places where the
now that falls is green In color
one of these Is near Mount Hecla. Ice
land. another, fourteen miles east of
the mouth of the Obi, and the third
near Quito, South America.
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tai a''*a> wo* lor b*y««»d hi* penre.
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H# waa at*n aaeiateat IBtuwtor in
th* plrmeptel Wiboratorv and her#
h* tolled faithfully for hi* atadaat*
Dr. Doughty da. loved by all who
had th* pt*aa«r» of knowing him No
young maa'a death rear caused any
mar* anrrow th** thl* ear Many a
hnuaehuld baa been mad* nad by thi*
For Croup us* CHE-
N EY’SJEX PPCTORA NT.
LAID TO REST.
Funeral of t.Wfl* Clarence Kline
The remain* of little Clarence Fer
rt* aine. the Mi year* old eon of Mr.
Eli Cltna. were iptarred yrwterday la
tb* family burial ground pear Orac*-
wnod. Dr. T. K Kepdall officiating.
The little fallow wa# the Idol of hi*
father and his grandparent*, with
whom ha lived, and bla childish prat
tle aad sweet winsome way* will be
sadly mioeed try many Dee pert
i sympathy la extended to the bereaved
Malllard'* Eating and Cooking Choc
olate at Clark'*.
Were Flora I avlcd hy Recordar on
The recorder this morning listened to
| th* evidence In the caee* against
Mess re. King Dorn. Cornelius Bennett
and Miller Barne*. charged with violat
ing th# 4«oth section while at the Ofth
ward poll# yeaterdny.
Judge Baxter levied tinea as follows
on the defendants:
Millet Barne* —SI.
All Ana- were remitted hy the may
Donut* Cummins* —HO—fT-W-
Of the Opera Comlqur Zelena at Li
There will be a full rehear#*! of the
opera romlquc Zelena at the Library
hall this evening. All those who have
beeu notified and those who desire to
aid In the coming production are re
quested to meet promptly at 8 o'clock
at the above mentioned place, as parts
will be assigned and all preliminaries
New Pullman Sleeping Car Line Via.
On Nov. ltth, the Southern Railway
Improved their present fine service by
the addition of a through Pullman ves
tibule car between Augusta and New
York to be operated on the Washing
ton and Southwestern limited, leaving
Augusta 310 p. m. For full Informa
tion and reservation call on or address
J. R. Hsyvard. T. P. A.. ISO Broad
street, Augusta. Csa.
Card From fir E W. Dodge
Having saved a portion of my stock
and tools, will continue buslneas at
*l7 Telfair street for the present, and,
no delay will occur in filling orders.
Thanking my patrons favors,
and asking continuance. I am, yours
truly, £• W. Dodge
Thta Idea of woman'* waffrage it sdl
tommy-rot. There are entirely too .
mnny bosses In politics now.
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Mr~i — W. F. Bla R CoatH# aad
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i timed ta tb* etty *Derß»* aba—c* as
tw» months delghfullv spent I*
The friend* of Mr Charlie Blind of
the Georgia railroad will learn with
plea—re that h* la recovorlng from
hi* recent lllne**
Mis* Maud* Klltaop entertained some
friend* Fntardav afternoon w!U a
birthday tea. Tba»# prceent were
Mrs Miller. Mr*. Conklin. Mlm Ida
Whiteford. Ms* Knth*rln# Branch.
Ml** Ll**le Andrew*. Mlm Lillian
Wit*. Ml** Joel* Wottely. Mlaa Ad*
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niNSTREL TONIGHT v ‘
One of the Large** Show* on the
Robert 3 Ingeraoß one* remarked
that th# only real hearty laugh be ev#
had eojoved wa* on the oecaalon of a
1 visit lo Richard* * Pringle** Famtm*
'Georgia Minstrel*, at Waahingtoo. O'
C. Th# wltttcUm* *n4 faetal contor
tion* of Billy Keroand* ctwnpletely cap
i tured the colonel and he boa never
failed to pay a visit to the mlnaiM*
when in hi* neighborhood. If the eol
,rme! should by ebsne* visit Rlrhsrd* A
; ITUigie'*-Ru*co & Holland'* Big Mln
etrel Festival he, *# well a* all other*,
will he greatly surprised, a* the man
agers have fairly eclipsed their pre
vious effort*, and. ** in former year*,
•sweet mclodirn. up-to-ikate wltttp*.Kmi(
drill* and dances, make up the pro
j gram of genuine mln»trelay. Silks,
I satina. velvet*. Arab*. Japaneoe and
all other feature* which go to make up
a good old-Umc miustrelay find* a
place with this mobster or«*’Jl*»t'oo.
Hlchnrds A Pringle's-Rnw-o & Hol
land* Big Minstrel iFcwtlval will ap
pear at the Opera House tonight, and
for one night only.
One thing emt be said of this aggre
giulon of fun-makert. They put up a
I show that Is completely “pat” as the
it'.nn* expression goes. Everything In
tbleVUow fits in It* place to precis'rm,
and the whole program Is connected In I
euch a manner that from the time the j
curtain rises it ie a neaer-ceaslng. con
tinual round of fun. The musical
specialties are the highest order, and/
thl* minstrel show, which Is given by
ookired, Arab and Japanese talent. Is
much more refined than some which
have appeared here of the white latent
Fin# Chocolate Bon Bons at Clark s,
SOLDIERS FROri HUNTSVILLE.
Two Regiments to Pa»s Through City
Two regiments of infantry are sched
uled to pass through the city at noon
The regiments irr e.-ming from
Huntsville. Ala., ar.d ar - on their way
to Charleston. Tb ;> 1 ill come in over
Ifie' Gcc'rijic rs-'ornd be transfer
red to tit t>i •- >■:'? nsd Western
Carolina end ro iff® tbeir journey by
way of Yemasiee and Plant system.
No doubt, a nunit«r of people will
be at the depot to see the soldiers paas
through. The nameaaf the regiments
could not lip leamrtr today.
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la oaf a p—ttva fan Th* a****— I*
rathe* a or*"' re*.
Mr. C. F deoil w— uceeprleg a
part «d the Mmax***,—at*. He h*4
* few felryete — peiß and heedwa—
11* the— Me —*»4 vary yearly all hi*
•enck —4 wye the la— la Mai will oat
tw more the* e 4f**a 4#Her*.
JeOH-wt# A Orlfhth eaffervd a heavy
|—a, hat are luu r#4 fey 91.4
Mr ItlaiaMme carried as la—raare
Mr Dn4a* Mat h—v!ly eerryle* *o
Mr Craaey had hie etork damaged
by water, hat aof hy th* haw
Doolittle suffered a la— t* *ll hi*
A few dollar* worth of damage wo*
4«* ta the r**td**r* of C—hlrr Ford,
of th* Not tonal bank, hut the damage
w— Might Several window blind*
were burned. Th# family of Mr Ford
bod all their article* of **l— ready to
take out of th# boa**, bat th* Same*
were rotten under control before euch
wa* found aeree—ry ta he dose. The
furellor* and trunk# of ckuhee *1 th#
ratidere* of Mr*. C. C. Doughty. )urt
weet of the hurtling bulling a place
further from the fire *nd were brought
bock thl# nomhig Mr*. C. C. Dough
ty. who la aa Invalid, wa* Uken by
Dlend* arc** the etreet to the rea'den'e
es Mr* Pankn?*. during th# progvee*
of the Ire. a* It wo* frated the flame#
would catch her reeldr noe. Fortunrte
hy such 41(1 not ocrar . Th* flrrmen
: fought the lUntHi too well to allow
|o t T99 b«ll<lNiir thtt wm <h9 pr#y of
I the Are flood, la today an wreck.
Vlhai. damage hoe not t»MB done by
flrr ba* been by water. JM book* and
other thin— I* the gtafa of Mr. Stro
ipan* are e'larred. The hack part of
tb* second etory ha* raved In end thl*
I* where th# Doolittle picture frame
The worst part of the Are wreck U
the handsome establishment of Jame
son * Griffith, Everything there U *
blackened mas* of burned timbers.
In the More of Mr Cooney the wa
ter cover* the floor and a* Mated ho*
damaged the stock a great deal. The
proprietor* could not state definitely
their loo* thl* morning. They are In
The property Is insured in the South
ern Mutual pt Athens. Ga. The loss,
however, to the Doughty estate will be
a thousand of so dollars.
jitTh# firemen did some good work j
last night. Such all agree to. Again, j
let It be stated that the provost guard j
deaerve all praise that can be given
them for their splendid work at th*
It was about 3 a. m when the fire
was gotten tinder control aud the large
number of spectators, both ladles and
gentlemen, who had braved the cold -o
see the fire spectacle wended their way
homeward. tired and chilled. About
S:80 o’clrck this morning, another
alarm was turned in from box 34 Rod
the firemen responding found thlt n
few smouldering embers of the fire of
last night, had again borsted into a
blaze. This was soon extinguished.
W. C. Stoy says: “Didn't I tell you
Most /Tostlv Book
The most costly book In the royal
library at Stockholm is a Bible. There
Is not another like It In the world.
It Is said that one hundred and sixty
asses' skins were used for Its parch
ment leave. There are three hun
dred and nine pages of writing, and
each page falls but one inch short of
being a yard in length The width of
the leaves is thirty inches. The cov
ers are solid planks, four inches
Error in a List.
There ta error in list of officers elect
ed by Shepard Lodga, Knights of Hon
or, last night. 'Jones Sikes, sentinel.”
is the acrrect statement
Fresh Crystaliaed Fruits at Clark's.
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COAL AND WOOD.
Strowgrr ’ l*lit>ne •.• • • **•
Offka aad Yar4 No. ■ McCartaa Street
tmrer-rnate* the htahop. taking »f* ihc
llbcrti** o.* a relative, Th*n tho t«at
b.ahop arrive# cm th<* *e—e. and *j»e
more thing* happen to Jones Jo*** te
1 Mr. Georg* C. Bonffaee. jr„ well
! known In comedy parts He h»* alt
! the nerv e and reeonnefulnras of th*
! Amerlcin drummer and jurt s Itttl#
■more. Mloa Vim* Belmomt, a* Ci—y.
the (Irl without any romance In her
i makeup, who b*a been out lo Sen
I Franclaco. who knowa a th!®* or two.
and doe* not ohjwf to real Din, ia
what the men most elegantly *u4 ex
pre*(lively call a “br.ck. Claay la a
girl aa true aa atcel. but without ody
yellow-back novel sentiment, and
that's the kind ol girl that happena to
fall to Jgj:®*' lot In the play.
Not only waa "Jones" the most suc
cessful farm of last season In the Uni
ted Stan s. but It haa made an Immense
hit In London, where it was produced
at the Strand Theatre, London, on
' July 12tb last, and it still ruontn* to
A PLAY OF MUCH HFRIT.
The Heart of Maryland Pleased All
Who Saw It.
It is seldom that an Auguata audi
! ence are enabled to witness a play
that on Its merits deserves the praise
that The Heart of Maryland doe*.
The theatre goers showed their appre
ciation of the excellent entertainment
by turning out In large number* at the
Every seat In the house was taken,
and many witnessed the performance
The play was one that appealed to
every northern as well as southern
heart. The author has so Interwoven
the plot and cast the characters that
one moment we applaud the heroic ac
, tions of the actors in the grey uni
form, the next we shower praise on
the men In blue. The play is one that
will take well in Dixie as well as Way
Down East. The northern soldiers
In the audience applauded when the
name of Genera! Grant w mentioned
and the ovation that, rang out when
the name of General Robert E. L-e
was mentioned was equally intense.
The east In the p’.ay Is an excellent
one and all the actors deserve g-eatest
Miss Aim* Kru*«r as the heroine.
Mary Calvart, deserves special men
tion" She la an actress of no mean
parts. Her “curfew shall mot rlns
act caused her to receive an encore
that waa load and long. The play
on a whole, was much like. "Secret
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Cases Disposed of Before Judge Eve
The following cases were d sposed of
In cay ccurt:
Willie Cole, larceny from the house;
Henry Green, simple larceny; 3
months or $25.
Arthur Jewel, larceny from the
house, 10 months.
Ellis Weaver, carrying concealed
weapons; 6 months or SSO.
Charley Williams, alia3 Henry Strew
thar, simple larceny; 12 months.
WANTED—POSITION BY A STRICT
LY business young lady, who ha*
had three years’ experience tn office
work. Address F A. 8.. care Herald.
dec vS 9