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Tlm Southern Trip
Secretary Pcrivr Tut* la efcar*. al!
the d Mails Sir ihr PrwJA-ui'* Trip *cJ
the lIH of the i»»rty that tlfl arrotn
pan» tha PtHMaif *t* r*o|H*ttd yea*
irrd»v, hni will tat hr |ttm am la the
oruapaprr* not IT the lra»a learee lha
afternoon With the exception of prob*
ably a hr lavlted attrata. the follow
ln| arfTt eompoae the party:
The President and Mrs McKinley,
maid and atevarda. the Praaldent'a pri
vate aaerctary. Mr. Porter, aaalataot
eerretary. Mr. Cirtelyoo. and two aten
ocrapber*: Secretary Alger Secretary
Lone and Miaa L-ag: Secretary Gag*
and Mra Gage. Secretary MTtlaon and
Mia* Wilson: Postmaster General
Smith. Qcreral Wh**ler and daughter.
General Lawton and a number of ar
my attache* and member* of the press.
A mens the lavltod guests will he the
son of Secretary Hay and a few per
sonal snd political friends of the pres
ident sod his cabinet. The newspaper
men have not been given an opportun
ity to a*e the President on account of
the unusual ruth of business attending
his departure from the city.
tn a conversation with Secretary
Porter, be said that the President’«
willingness to drop Important busi
ness affaira at this tlms was an ample
demonstration of bis desire to come
Sotitb. “The fact that, the President,
has consented to moke the trip is
proof that be has the kindest feeling
for the South an* the beat <vlahea for
the Jubilee and success," said Secretary
The train on which the President is
to visit the Boutb will be composed of
six coaches, lbe most elegant ever
turned out by the Pullman eomoany.
The President will ride In the "Cam
pania." This car has Just been turned
out of the shops add is said to be the
most extravagantly furnished and
equipped car in the world The com
partment car "Columbia," will be oc
cupied by the cabinet members and
th, r ladles. Another compartment,
car, “The Gautemala.” his been set
as'de exclusively for Invited guests.
The members of the press will trav
el in a Pollmffli which will be arranged
for the comfort or the newspaper men
who have been invited. A special tele
graph operator and a number of mes
sengers and stenographers will be with
the tra n. A number of Southern rail
way officials will be with the party.
The engineer of the special was in
atrre’ed that ibe train must run slow
around curves and the whistle must
not be used after the President retires
Tuesday night. Everything has been
arranged for the trip. Even the coal
that has been piled up in the tender
has been especially selected tor tha
Cut flowers for the holiday season, if
you will leave us your wants early we
will see that you have your orders fill
ed to perfection. The Hues Floral
A J. Renkl.
Go to tilt aboye jeweller If you want,
a Christmas present.
Games and tovs. Our
stock is enormous. A
splendid selection, 5 cents
up- Call and see at
Richards & Shaver’s.
Seasonable Holiday Articles
Sacrificed at Lowest Price Store
You con procure what you wint-th# corracl thlngto *i VVwl****
250 Holiday Umhmiia*. b##» Silk and Gloria. oOcanta t° SHOO.
100do/#n Silk and pur* Linen Hamlkarc W*
50 emu on tha dollar for all Ladiat and MMaa# Jackata.
SO c#nt* on tha dollar for ail Cloth ami Pluah Capaa^
200 Handftoma Moquatand Valval canla JoSA.Oa r
48 canla Haaaocka. wall worth SI.OO- 60 cant* for Foatar a »! K»d Clovaa.
12 1-2 cant* for 10-4 Shooting, valua 18c- 50 cant a for boat hamm ml Shoot*
\ 15 baboo boat Comforta from 48 cant* to Eidardown at S3.So.
' Mon’a Scarf a. Glovoa. Mus flora. Holiday Jowolry. Puraaa, Parfumary.
All Fancy good* Hoducad to ault the timoa.
P. D. HORK AN & COHPANY
% Station Day*.
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By ftnttf ' ft*# ci*4 bound*
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IV! b*j»* nifn#l«o4y i park •! h«n»n4n
Will Im4 an# fn a r-»a*Ui« «|W»i
For f«m# —of *utb it»tf»«* fnt# rnm-
FVt hat* t timufb il#w %nr &v#t nwnmd*
All f«n*( rind. *t»#r# low confound*
Ttw* windtrcr, wlih »fnM# and )#»l.
On* may b* l*d and not
With ai»ch allurrm» i»* IK* aurrouiid*
x —CHICAGO RBTOftO.
Not a Peace Jubilee
The- aeuoo of the Atlanta W.jnutn *
Club Its ttgtit to th«- Pea*** Jubilee has
taleet) a stir Its all eitclcs, the Itillit
eora of wtlcll arlll he felt for einn l
time. The all over Oeorgta ate
objecting to two or three m-'n ippoml-
In*, to ault their own pleasure. el* wo
men to represent Georgia and Atlanta
1* great an event, without eoneultln*
the representative women as to who
should appear for them There I* «*a
peelal tntereat felt over the faot that
the D. A. R.'s have Iteen completely
ignored, although the organlaatlon did
much good work through the wai. and
on whom the government relied for help
and advice as to nurse*. etc.
Moat of all. Mrs Lowe, president of
the whole federated club movement of
the World, was not recognized In any
way. although the Jubilee I* In her
But the funny aide I*. that, after tak
ing the stand, the action of the rluh
has seared them all, and now the men
say the women did It, and the women
say the men did It—and the outcome Is
watched by all with Interest.
Apropos of the subject, the following
from the Saturday Review will be read
.with interest: I
"So far as Atlanta women are con
cerned, the Jubilee will not be a syn
onym for peace.
"The following- resolutions passed
unanimously by the Atlanta Woman s
Club, will show the feeling of one Im
portant organization In regard to ar
rangements for entertaining the -Uv'e
guests, and It Is understood that the
Daughters of the Revolution, and the
Army and Navy League feel similarly
"In consideration of the fact
that the approaching Jubilee j
has been presented to the people
of Atlanta as an affair of gen- j
eral municipal Interest, and that |
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Guaranteed to cure dandruff, stop!
hair from falling out and to cure all dis
eases of the scalp. If it don’t do what j
we claim for It we will cheerfully re- j
Before buying your Christmas pres
ents, we would be pleased to have you I
call and look at our beautiful line. |
Atomizers from 25 rents to |5.00
Poeltetbooks, Purses, Traveling j
Cases, all kinds and prices.
Celluloid Boxes for Cuffs and Col
Handkerchiefs. Gloves, etc.
Our line of Mirrors and Comb and
Brush Hots can't ‘be beat for the
We have a complete line o. following
extrw&ta und toilet article*!
ROGER st GALLET, COLGATE &
CO. PALMER'S, SEELY- s, LA
ZELLES VIOLET OF 3XCILT
C H. HOWARD. JR.,
Urtifgist, - - COS Broad St.
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itkr tMOra ha* aftaafljr boon af»-
(winitofiiH to *o*l| n*nat'-
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R*»i4trr4 Thai tho Atlanta |
I Woman * t fab prof#*** * i
I tht* a«IM of a4n«tnl«taHna
pyblk affairs, that ft maintain# j
thie! wh r. If wiv
m**n in* to ha ok to rtpr*
aanf th# afiinrii of Atlanta, ans
•tiatmtoo mnon •ai*o'*rf i*y i
th* gonarml public df Atlanta
that Mid ta«* bi*
|pfttr*4 by mom# of a **n*ral j
|.»n ****** ** ,hta W " P *”'
It >• luipose.to mr word
tgalmt the inmmlttee us very charm
ing and capable women who Have the
.eehl arrangements in < harge. el lo are
prebend yuil anything wfll be lackina
<o do hravr to tb* gtteats of tbe occa*
Mon nut it is eqtiallv truiHtsaitile to de
ny tbe fact that a twt» large majoi -
.tty of Atlanta's anclal contingent Is to
tally mtrrepresenied on the committee,,
or that th" large and Important orasn j
nations of women sbotild have be.*n al
lowed the privilege of extending cer-
Itnln t.outleates to the distinguished
guests. As It is. the meat that the la
mes of Atlanta—except the commute,'
—can do to show honor to Mr*. Mc-
Kinley and the other celebrities. 15..„
..„ the little boy said—to "sit on the
fence and see them go by ”
i The point that the Club and other j
woman's organisation* wish to make,
however, is not that they have be«n
Ignotefl in the apportionment of the so
cial honor*, but the manner In which
the committee was seleeted.
"In order to secure a representative
committee of men, there la usually .a
call for a mass meeting nt which those
men who represent tb' various Inter
ests of the city ate chosen by thetr
peers to do the work and wear the
"No such plan was adopted In the
choir* of the committee nf women to do
the aortal honors during th*- Jubilee.
Just how it was arranged in this case,
nobody seems to know, but 'they say, 1
a few t ien, having tn mind some verv
charming friends » horn they wished to
compliment, Jupiter-llke, 'gave the
ncd.' and 10, the thing was done*
Women have learned somewhat of
th* method of procedure In munirtn*l
r -tterr, and they fee) that a large an l
i Important majority, represented In the
v.nious organisations of the eity have
not hed fair play."
Daughters of the American Revolution
A meeting of rare Intellectual pleas
ure war that of the Augusta Chapter
of the n. A. R's held yesterday after
noon at the home of Mrs. James Mooye.
the popular regent. There was very lit
tle business of Importation, and so the
afternoon was given up almost exclu
sively to the discussion Cf certain suli-
Jects Mli?ge*ted*for the December meet
ing by The American Monthly Maga-
I Interesting papers tk're prepared by
Mrs. S. B. Carpenter and Mrs. Mil
led go Ardts Rountree, which will be
-published in full In Sunday’s Herald.
Mrs. Cummlmr read a delightful paper
giving a resume of the wot k of the
Chapter of the past year which will be
i published In the next Issue of the The
1 American Monthly, together with the
! beautiful memorials to Mrs. Hattie
! Barrett Howell and Miss Lizzie Wal-
I ton, members of the chapter.
Not the least Interesting feature of
the meeting was the following extract
! vead by Mrs. Gumming from The Am
| < rlccr. Monthly, descriptive of the work
I done by tha Georgia D. A. Ft.'s for th •,
' American soldiers during the late wai;
Through the state regent of the
D. A. It.. Mis. Barnes and Miss
McKinley: Atlanta chapter D. A. R..
Atlanta, Throntuka chapter, D
A. R-, Pulaski chapter, D. A. It.. Orb
jin: Piedmont Continental chapter. L>.
\ R., Piedmont; Havier chapter, D. A.
R. Rome; .3. A. it- ui.Georgia, Ludles.'
Aid Society. G. a B„ Elyria; Calhoun,
jZi hospital ahtrxs, t. negliges shirts.
13X3 pajamas. 55 suits under clothing, -■*
pair:: shoes and sltpperf, 71 pairs hose,
•tit/ ghuaw 117 pillows, MO pillow oases.
',*77 u.wFt-. Mb tnrmrlkcreßtirts. 2W cans
I milk. 1 •>:' jors beef extract, H>7 cans
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j Ittrxb Pet • I un. hron l*art.
\st,ik am'* *uol. raaiMTit ie. »t#»t!i «*f **»*'
j immmiin' or mad# *ith
• yoke rml of bH«h* Ml «r wtuti.
r»r of ck>tl» #m!iroi4#r#4 in ioW
; wtile* Emm* M Hooner. in the N«-
v. mhrt lomies Home Journal
A striking yoke may tv made of
• ream guipure v* ilh gill epangl.*
» j ovet part of the patter, as many of
' the dr. remakes now arrange Light
*r»y. tan, aimy Ma>- laiender. red and
! I,lack good* ate the color* used for
I these gown*
I They are made up with a round,
hghlly p itited r packet fronted w»n*
lor a young person, or with a basque
j waist or Louis XVI coal for matrons
Tue latter style has Jacket fronts, clow
fitting and five inches below the w list.
,-dJh revers. high collar and amall
wleeves: I tack cut aa a clone basque with
Nat effect below the waist-line.
Lace trims the neck and wrists, aml
a jaiiot ornaments the throat, falling
over the full vest of gauge, chiffon or
lace ruffles or the Gat pointed ope of
With a hand Mime hat ami light
gloves such a gfflgn la suitable for a
ladles' luncheon nr artemoon reception.
»« both of which the hoates* la the only
one present unbonneted.
"At a luncheon party glove* are re
-1 moved when the table is reached, but
ithe outside wrap Is taken off In the
The Veterans In the Parade
The many admirers of our gallant
Confederate Veterans sincerely hope
that they will appear In full uniform
in the parade to be reviewed by ih"
, President Monday.
i Auguste has no body of men of whom
she has greater cause to be proud, and
they would add greatly to the attrae- j
tlveness of the occasion, to say noth
iug of the sentiment of a united ioun
try with one great ruler.
Drughters of the Confederacy.
The meeting of the Daughters of the
'Confederacy to tje held at the new
room* tomorrow afternoon will be opr
of exceptional interest and unusual im
portance. Mrs. Eve is especially anx
ious to have a lakge attendance for a
number of Important reasonm
Everyone Is asked to be prompt, and
to show by their large attendance thy
chapter's appreciation of Judge Eve*
To Entertain Mr*. McKinley.
For the glory of Augusta, it 1* to bo
hoped that women of the city will do
their share towards entertaining th"
distinguished visitors we ore to have
here next Monday. Atlanta is doing a
great deal for the pleasure of the wives
of the members of the cabinet and for
Mrs. McKinley, and some organized
effort should he made instantly for th"
Augusts women's share in the enter
A Former Augustan Complimented.
Judge Hook, father of Mr. E. B.
Hook of this city, who is a first cous
in of Rear Admiral Hchley. together
with his family, have been elected hon
orary members of the Army and Nsov
League, and have been ask' d to
at the reception in Atlanta Wednesdnv
The marriage wf Miaa HJUgsbridi. Lou
ise Xiardal to Mr Pinckney -Oscar L«ak
oi TVinston, N C occurs at 12: SO p
xa. tomorrow at ttio Home of the bride s
parents on lower-%reene street.
Invitations arc out to a bal masque
()• gt*vgi FfMay »»!■ sum at tis* Ma*
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l U>ft fm AllMti (M
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Mi*« Vt\H'nnf B<srim. <#( AlUnt# hh <
Hlpm Aunts Fwlff »*ll fwn
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i Mitw* Ktttann** an«( M*rui
«*rt mnvmu th'»« Mi»» »#ff f**r AiUm ,
Mi«q» Viol* Usmmm H** t«»
j WMPMafftot). *fi#r » fWt l« lh# Ml««*
I Mr#, laronatd Phlnl«) i# ih»
H*» r Mrn Albril If our #ll Jr, of
j Mrs. Katherine Flsrttet left this af
ternoon for Atlanta to attend the Ju
Miss Itrtlc Walker h»* returned from
|a visit to friend* in Waynesboro.
' Miss Mattie Hue Hunt la visiting rel
i alive* in Nashville
Mtt. Margaret It. liugas ha* return*
( »d from New York.
Do you want an energetic hedge
plant? We have what you want In Ar
; mour River Privet. The Hut* Floral
ON AM A PRY MISSION
Private Oratly Will l eave For Chicago
. Tomorrow Night.
Private Grady of troop L., Third eav-
Talry. will leave tomorrow night for
Chicago ou a happy mission. He goea
to the above elty to wed Miss IVuni"
Cate*. He will he away on a thirty
days furlough His brother troosiers
wish him all kind* of happiness.
For Asthma use CHE
| A woman cad rest assured that she
has entirely recovered from a tem
porary wounding by Cupid when she
can without a qualm behold her whi
lom king lunching with another girl.
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
Bears th* /'l? ,
Signature of LfutryzT-CUC&W
\ ’ '
When the new crop of pensions be
gins lo ripen It may bo necessary to
appoint veterinarians as medical ex
I You can Ret a fine suit cheap for cash
'at E. J. Henry & Co.'s, L'lti and fix
11 is human nature for a man to
look out for number one, but tli"
charming young widow always looks
out for number two.
Elegant Line Solid Mahogany and
Oak Desk from $4.50 to -Flem
ing & Bowles.
Il is from contraries that all Hiu
harmony in tbi* world results.
Decorative putfn* or rubber plant*,
make excellent'Christmas and New
Yua-i's gifts, and ate highly ornamental
to any home, such can hi selects.! at &
price to suit afiy purse from our large
stock The Holt Floral Nursery.
licit?l.. PART Trrt'NKK
Augusta Trunk Factory, Hi:i Broad.
PLEASE YOUR WIFE
Civ# h«»r a nic« Xmat Pr«»#n' »om*lhing
for »h* home a pretty piece of Furniture -
it adds to the appearance of the home -it
pleasee her. Our Low Pnceeon Xmae goods
will clear them out. Don't be the last.
SNAPS IN - n
Parlor Su'ts Couches
Ladies’ Desks Chiffoniers
Fancy Rockers Secretaries
YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD. j
PADGETT FURNITURE COMPANY |
1110 & 1112 Broad St., Augusta. Ga. !
The largest stock of Toys ever brought to Augusta.
The prices are the lowest ever put upon s miiar goods.
Do not forget my place when purchasing for the little
ones. Mv assortment of Cakes is such that you should
bear it In mind. Pound Caljre. Fruit Cake and Lady
Fingers are my specialties.
H. H. CLAUSSEN. 1002 Broad St.
The New Year is ®PP roachinß
Tj'- 4 And 1 waiit money lo stale my old year’s obijga-
- .It;’L*3 tions. I will sell roy l»*ge smire slock of Finely
* J»> Monuments, Headstones, Etc.
yuw id bind it tli# !OW*>T rcSfiTßtF PRICES.
C. F. KOI ILRUSS
Corner Washington & Ellis Sts., * * AUGUSTA, CA.
NO BETTER 5c CIGAR ON THE MARKET
R. c. NORRELL & CO., Wlutaale Dealers.
77 , PARLOR MARKHT,
i t '' •& *l ; j' 95 1 Broad Street.
... f ikjMU i.™ . lEI L 'PHONE 409.
OWE OF OUR LOOLOOS
. ,■ • /-.V’ *X ■— ~ for your Christmas leant will give
~ /f .- *. you a tutstn of something In tho
lln ' ,>f lurk,,y,< ,ha *. you , V
tn. ,* 1..-- ■■'*'>W3T\ remember for many a dny. A nice.
- . ini and Juicy turkey has a flavor
"*■ *•■ *, T Unit you do not get with the aklnnv
V 1 M * kind. We Will have everything ill
the line of meat*, poultry, same,
venison and celery this week, ami
ft? :v -luring the holidays, in tempting
",.7^—- ..... POWELL & COMPANY.
f- ; IANS oii-itcfl. Immediate fc icf given. Correaponden## abso‘
gst fto.';' nM home treat me *t co!,t« cm,,.. .■>•««
Haydn dedicated one of his most im
portant instrumental compositions to
Hoßc-. ai* you diuppolhtod ui what
yutt have oi do you -'•ant the best, than
see us. Ready to plant now or later.
The Huss PI oral Nursery.
Hal r:n"ks, finest line and lowest pri
in city, at Fleming & Bowie*.
| Christmas gifts .should til ways b#
i neatly wrapped In perfectly fresh dudoi
and daintily tied with a hIC6 kit td
(string or narrow ribbon. ,'^J
We have the best se
lected subjects in pictures
in handsome frames at
popu ar prices at
Richards & Shaver’s.