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fort*. mt 15,17.50. Id, no. 912.
Luxuriant Bath Robas,
Handsome Blanket Bath Robes
Bath s#td, RutMM, luippy*. H Ankmis. Mai*.
Tow#Nb, iite Ifttftat ftningiftH Fancy
Vwii, C*ov*». Piltmts, UmuMimt. Nmck*
at*r< loonn of ckolcp toncaiU in puim.
t>ow*. itrtnfl Tnn siml lirtpftffai* Huwlfpd* of
bright mod beautiful artic*ti mr» her# tor your
Us Vakk l«l,e« « tmutn
Lam Thai A.) Mull,
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erra'h irtiltw TW eoacy aft**
basin*#* shows »14I**7J. Th# »«»•
brr at doaiweu m*m*y arsara Issued
maim Mil, tad th* number at fiwri*.*
fit autt ba»ln*** foo4*d up 91,*
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Postmaster MtlUtfl ha* received
the tallowing Mt** from ihb iraMurjr
Aapf'iii. 1 ’
W. H. kulilnta.
pnMiMtl.r. Augusta Gs
Sir —| am plrtud In advlao you Ihat
pour posts I account for the quarter
ending September *B. IBM. has this day
been fCMiud correct. aa rendered. no
baianra Mill du* tbcreoa. either lo or
from tka In Had State*
Henry A. Caste. Auditor.
For Asthma use CHE
Maid by Ike knight* of Pythian Were
Th» memorial nervier* held by the
Knight* of Pylhla* *1 their Castle 11*11
],it afternoon, The addree* of Mr.
Jtueeell, the well known young attor
fifty, wti tn fiPfllfnt one. Th**
fe* lure* were all that could he dealted.
•When the Knight* do anythin* In the
v*y of enterlalnlng Ihey alwaya do
aut-'h tn excellent atyle.
The Central of Georgia
Railway will sell tickets.
Augusta to Macon and re
turn for $2.55, Dec. 18,
limited to Dec. 20. return
ing account President Mc-
Kinley’s visit to that city.
For further information
call on agent of this com
y*#iey wore baskets, novelties nrd
doll* At lowest price*. T. Bchl*.lai#»*L
A FEW BURNING.
Fire Department Called Out Yesterday
The department was called out yes
terday afternoon about 3 o'clock to box
No. 43 at the corner of Mclntosh and
Fenwick. Only a few shingles on the
roof burned. Damage about five dol
Place you order for fall ault with R.
9. Henry & Co., popular priced tailor*.
G I FT S .
i aAnries, Wen’s Ties,
thus, Men’s Gloves,
Bks j Men's Gowns,
w;* he Men’s Umbrellas.
E&jjSjjj!; IfiSpl | V “ AT N
- SWALkI:R hattlr
. OPERA HOUSE
Tl# S«Mtm Will Kairrtaia Tkm
1 An I araMral Pregraa Ha* IWaa Ar
Tfe# ftcrtifeMf#' a tfe tot to ftklNliGt il
tb# ofwni fetwtof (mlskl vtll few of '
. tamh All »feo run. ibfiuld
not fall to MM4 Tkey aril b* wall
repaid Tka ea tael am me at begin*
1 promptly at • o'clock
Tin* program ia aa follow*
I. RihlbPkm Wraatttnp M»t#h - Own
Millar, Private Tenth Ohio, wiener as
! ten battle* v*. Krneet t 'lift, PrlvaX*
Tenth Ohio, a t ‘tßdanatl favorite.
[ X Three Hound Hoxlag Ed Boyle.
Private Thirty-fifteenth Michigan, well
known boxer, vt Jaa. Jokaann. private
Thirty-ifth Michigan, sckmtlfte and
X Proftwaioaal Club Snlngtng Trlo
from Troop A. If. It Cavalry
| 4. Four-Round Clove you teat
"Jpgfc* Mcßrldr, Troop A. IT. 8. Carat
;ry, champion feather-weight 11. S. A.,
v*. Frank tavigue Thirty-Hfth Mich
igan. chnmplonahip fealhar-aralght
Second army corps
X Sack Holing Conteat. tHiirleaqnai
I • Pmfranlonal Wrestling Match.—
John Sinmcoe, sergeant HHh Ohio.
! champion vrrlterwelght of Ohio, M’ch
[gta. Indiana. Kanturky and Virginia,
va. “Jack" Millar, aergeanl IT. 8. A ,
(hamploci welter*weight of Third rav
airy and winner of many battle*
7. Four-Round Bclentl«c Olova Kx
: hlblOon.— "Jog ‘ Moore. Flrat Mary
land. va. Charley O'Hara. Thirty-Bftb
Mich. two feather-weight* of more
than loral reputation
X Ball# Royal. Open to all comer*,
with or without science. The more
rough and tumble the merrier. No
rule*. Everybody for himself a*id the
9 Orand Final*.—Ten-Round Olove
Contest for Sclentlfle Point* —James
Wild. Troop D, 0. 8. cavalry, favorite
of the Third cavalry, va. "Tom” Wil
son ("Shtrkey II”). Eighth Pennsyl
vania. favorite of hi* regiment
Admlaaton to Firework* tonight 25
and BO cent*. Be*erva your *e»t» »t
Thom** * Barton *.
We have the best large
type Bibles in flexible bind
ings in the city. Our price
only $ l .50, others charge
$2.50 and $3.00.
At Richards & Shaver’s.
Notice Change In Business
The sick and accident society known
as the Augusta Indemnity Society of
Augusta, tin., having discontinued bu
siness, all the member* will be trans
ferred to the Industrial Aid Associa
tion. This step Is taken for the protec
tion of the member* of tbe Augusta
Indemnity Society, and they oan rest
assured thnt they will ho well cared for
l, v the Industrial Aid Aisortattoo.which
number* its friends and policy holders
In our city by the thousands.
*«"• tf>» -J 11,1 *"" 1 Hsw A! * a,s
Fresh Crystallxed FYult* at Clark's.
H*MJC AUOOBTA. BX-BAf-D
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aad aw am» aM» at the dkf «mr»-
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other Oaw Mata* A* tha hatgade*
paaaad. that# uwariit* tammaadar*
toad their pmr*d ad the *4 aad with tk*
| fiaaptte tha poor weather a targe and
aathaalaart* crowd waa aa haad The
irwop* pwmed the rartww la thM aider I
Third aamtweer* tra4«mr»*rt
Hvvamd Okie i* fa arc v t volualeer t,
(Seventh volunteer Infantry
Tenth volunteer infantry
Third North Carolina Infantry,
math Viral*'* infantry
Herwuth cavalry t regular 1
A mawmrtal nddrwa* wa# Pt,sealed
lo tha Freeident hy lha ftaldtW*
let erne* Tha »«*w famav* whnwrc
i "To lilt (Nf (It Hb
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neither taste nor atnell and could he*)
but in tie Rty'a Cream Hatm raced it
I Mart-ua ft. (fhaula. Itahway. N. J
TttK HAI.M reached me anfely aavd
•he eNect la aurprtaing My *OO way*
■he ffrel application guv* decided re
tlaf Reapaetfullv. Me*. Franklin Free
man Dover. S. M.
A l*c trial etae >w the Mr alae of IB* a
Cream Balm w«l be mailed Kept by
drugitet*. «* BroUmra. M Warren
81.. K T.
CITIZEN* OF AUGUSTA
Asked to Remember Ihe Widow* »*
The Dtrwtor* of the Widow'* Home
ask (hat the Ms hearted clllwn* of A a- (
gueta do not forget the eWoei tht»
In the Home are tweoty-eeven wtit- ,
owe. all of whom have seen better day* j
—and a v#(f cheerless t'brlatmas will i
be spent by them If their kind friend* '
who have hitherto remembered them at I
this glad aeanon do not again send,
their this year. The mer- '
rbanta and grocer* are asked to con
tribute to thl* worthy cause and any
who hate not time to send order* to
their grocer* can send a check to any
of the director*, who will Invert It to
the beat poailbl# advantage. The com-1
mlttee will meet Friday morning at the
Home, and any donation* *ent will be
distributed by them the. Donation*
can be »ent to any of the following la
Mr*, L. A. Dugan.
Mrs. J. H. Alexander.
Mr*. Geo. M. Hood.
Mr*. J. W. Wallace.
Mr*. C. A. Rowland.
Mr*. J»*. M. BothwelU
Mrs. F. M. Stoeall.
Mrs. C. H. Oetjen.
Mis. Wm. Mulherln.
Mr*. Joseph Meyers.
Mrs. John J. Cohen.
Fancy French candle* and erystal-
Ised fruits at T. Bchladareaat’a.
TRAINS TO BE HELD.
To Give All a Chance to See the
For the benefit of our neighbors the
Charleston and Western Carolina rail
road will hold all trains leaving the
city. The Port Royal division "fill not
leave until 6 p. m. The Anderson di
vision will leave at 5:40 p. m. The
extra on the Spartanburg will leave
at 7 o'clock. This will allow all to
see the parade.
WHAT IS SHILOH?
A grand old remedy for Cough. Colds
and Consumption; used through the
world for half a century, has cured
Innumerable cases of Indolent con
sumption and relieved many in advanc
ed stages. If you are not satisfied with
the results we will refund your money.
Price 20 els., 50 cts. and *I.OO. Sold by
—Retailers. T. A. Buxton. Anderson's
Drug Store. Alexander's Drug Store,
West End Pharmacy. The King Phar
macy; Retailers, Davenpart & Phlnl
See McKinley's and Dewey’s portraits
at Fireworks. Baseball Park, tonight.
A Big Discount on Toys.
T. Schladaressl will give during this
week a discount of 25 per cent on all
purchases of toys for Christmas trees
Ho has the largest stock of toys of all
kinds ever seen In Augusta. If you in
tend purchasing anything in this line
for VOUI Sunday school, you "111 con
sult your best interest by going to his
veil known toy and fruit store at once.
720 Bread street.
You can get a One suit cheap for cash
at E. J. Henry 42 Co.'s, 21fi and 21*
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oft Miftfeo. Up ftoof life* lo Mt#
! all Interested tn wheel* rail between *
is m. aad 4pm tomorrow, and nee
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-50(.0ieR5 IN CONGRESS.
Three 'miter* hi th* Army Are Also
AproW» <d the vi»H Oeneral |
Wbeeier. who ts In Augtwta today, th«|
fullmla* will be read ultb |*culi*r In-1
Washington Hpeclal CSlengn t*hrou-j
let#; There are three member* of Ibe
[ preeeni rtugrcia oho nr* in th# volim- j
teer arrfiy: Wh-eler of Alabama la a^
■ Iwlgadier general; Camobetl of llltooiaj
|la a rnh.nei, and «>4«»o of Kroiurhy i
la alao a ivdonet N",.nelh»« pari I* ipat‘*d
In the prw-redlnga at the bonne alnce j
j they accepted a military cnmmlaalon j
I Wheeler bn* declined tn drmw hi# *al- j
I ary aa a member trf congreaa. bot ha* 1
| taken hi* pay •• • brigadier general. j
I I'ampbell ba* drnnn pay *a colonel.'
| hut ha* not ra*h*d th* voucher* l»#u*d ‘
ito him for hi* i ongre*«|cm*l *»lar>
I'olaon ha* received hi* pay regular- J
ly aa a member of eongreu*. but ha*
declined to draw hta salary aa a Colo
nel of volunteer*. When the voucher I* !
prepared for Colson # oongreaalonal *»1- 1
|ary tht* month It aim have to b# *ul>- ,
imltted ip, the speaker. f»r hi* ap|ic*o»*l
111 will the nbe hi* duty lo deride
(whether or not Colonel Coloon I* en
| titled to receive pay a* a member of
A beautiful decorated toilet atomUer j
at Gardclte'a for 60 cent*.
The January number of The Dellnea- 1
tor I* called the holiday number, and \
herald* the magazine'* 27th year of ex- j
istenee as the most accurate and root-!
plete Index of the requirement* of
fashion and medium of household and ;
social- Information. The high literary ,
character of the publication is typified:
in this issue by a number of features
of marked excellence. The first of a
series of six palters on The Develop
ment of a Boy. by Mrs. Alice Mejmell.
treats In a delightful way of early evi
dences of consciousness. An Extra
ordinary Legacy, by Anna Robeson
Brown, and A Bachelor of Arts, by
Jeanfe Drake, two charming short sto
ries, have clever holiday flavor. In the
series on Photography for Amateurs,
Sharlot M. Hail presents formulas a
knowledge of which is easeutlal to the
best work. A Watch Night Enter
tainment, by Grace Gallatin Thomp
son, will provide material for a unique
house party. Club Women and Club
IJfe, by Helen M. Winslow, dealing
principally with state matters, and The
Chatty Girl s Interests and Ocupatlons.
by Idifayettc Me Laws, will be turned
to with the usual attention. The ar
ticle an Church Banners, by Emma
Haywood, and those on the holiday
displays and holiday books arc as val
uable as timely; and the regular de
partments—Social Observances. The'
Dressmaker, Millinery. Lace Making,
Crocheting, Tattling, Knitting, etc.
are of the usual high order of
Don't fail to see Fireworks tonight.
Admission only 25 and 50 cents.
Auckland, N. 7... Dec. 19.--Steamers
which have just arrived here report
the French actively engaged in fortify
ing Tahiti, the principal island of the
Society group tinder the 'control of
France - j
W. O. Stoy says Dai*. Kerr will he
the next mayor of Aug}**ta,
Mr. Charles J. last
night from a successfuhieetui lug tour
in Mississippi and i-uuSiaua.
Art Squares from to *15.01) at
Fleming 42 Bowles. *
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Tha order ma ntalnod, they any. wa*
Ida bast they ba** **•* a<wa. 'Th*!
rlttarn* will ash Oawaral Voaai I
bmt." aald aa odhwr thin aftermww, j
••that ta »law of th# rmluv weather aa
other View he given tha etty of Augue |
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must ha** given the matter a great
deal of thought. f congratulate An*j
gueia 1 am ante Oenernl Young will
do the same. The rata may have da
tractfd aomewhat fr-an the sight, hui ;
the orderly manner ia whlrh erery- i
thing pa need nff, made up for the wea-j
ther .oadltmw*. It waa simply
Clttaeas bar# also a lie* led to
■pleadld work of th# policemen and i
Firework* Raeeloli Park; Ftroworh*
at > o'clocX over l;h p m.
St. John Church
(dirge coagregatlon* worahlpjved at
Bt. John's church yesterday, morning
and evening. Dr. Oao. W. Walker
preached a fine sermon tn the morning
for Bt, Paul'* prayer lo Ephwrtan* In !
tha evening I»r. Kendall preached
from the text, "He that winneth aoul*
The phraseology of the text, he said.
Implies a context. Thl* I* empbaxixed
In other portion* of scripture. "For
we wrestle not against flesh and blood,
but agnlnst principalities and powern j
In high place*." He alluded lo tbe ta- j
sues Involved In the great battle# of |
Marat hen. Waterloo and Flv* Fornax
but how much tn.-re la al stake In tbe
conflict for the aoula of men' It re
quired wisdom to win aoul* Tbe po
litical. social and buxine*# world Is
largely arrayed against It. From the
cradle to tbe grave temporal thing*
are magnified and spiritual thing*
•'He la wise who win*.” because
working In harmony with the highest
and holiest purposes of God'a heart.
All hlatary. the prolongation of time.
every work of providence was intended
on God'a part to save this wicked
Then It required wisdom, the soul
seemed determined to thwart Its own
salvation. Mark the excuses given
In the scriptures In the parables of
Christ. Hear th<> subterfuges no*
when we seek to rescue those in per
But the Infinite value*of the soul it
self. Its dignity, H* capabilities for
enjoyment or suffering eternally, made
it the consummation of all wisdom to
seek to win and save. But the cross
Of Christ with Its bleeding victim dy
ing for the sou Is of men made it the
sublimest wisdom for*all, and made
this the supreme purpose of life to
save Immortal souls. With much
earnestness and feeling the sermon wits
spoken and enforced with scriptural il
lustrations on the value of tbe soul
and Us peril.
Calling cards engraved in 24 hours If
necessary at l.)unbar & Williams.
“Washington, D. 0.. Dec. 19. The
house has adopted a resolution provid
ing for a holiday recess from Wednes
day. December 21. to January 4. Mr.
Wanger moved the passage of the Phil
adelphia exposition bill under suspen
sion of the rules. Hr. Bailey demanded
a second reading.
Big stock fancy toys at Dunbar *
Subsidies for American Shipping.
Washington, D. C\, Dec. 19 —Mr
Hanna into the senate and
Representative Payne in the bouse a
bill to; grant subsidies for American
Fine Chocolate Bon Bons at Clark's.
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COAL AND WOOD.
Stravpr ’Rhone ■ . , • , »*•
Office and Yard Vo. ■ McCnrtnn Street
heavy rainfalls having occurred In the
lower Mtsataslpt* valley and a thun-
Sderatorm at New Orleans, while clear
(weather has appeared over Texas; this
I, ..million I* canned by n well defined
( storm, whlrh t* now rentrwl over Ar
kansas with the highest presaur* over
lying the upper Atlantic state*.
Temperature# are tn the flftle# over
the greater porton of the south today,
while the coldest locality 1* Bismarck.,
which Is 12 degrees above aero.
Light rain* at Intervals will prevail
In thl* vicinity until nightfall followed
by dearng and cooler weather.
D. FISHER, Observer.
VOO TRY IT.
If Shlloh'a Cough and Consumption
Cure, which Is sold for the small price
of 25 eta , so eta and *IOO, docs not cure
lake the bottle hack und we will refund
the money. Sold for over flftv years
on this guarantee. Price 25 cts and Mi
cts. Sold by—Hetaller*. T. A. Buxton.
Asderaon's Drug Store. Alexander's
1 Drug Store. West End Pharmacy, The
, King Pharmacy; Wholesaler*. Daven
port & Phinixy -
Bl Bt Tommorrow Night.
Thl* beautiful amateur performance
will tie given at the opera house tomor
row night, and there should he a pack
led house to greet this cast of amateurs
who will give their friends one of the
most artistic amateur performance* ev
er seen tn Augusta. The cause is one
worthy of the patronage of every citi
zen of Augusta, as the proceeds are to
furnish rooms in the city hospital.
Besides the regular performance of
Bi Bt there will he a numher of special
ties consisting nf vocal and Instrumen
tal solos, fancy dancing and-comic rec
Altogether Bl Bi will be one of the
most artistic plays ever put r on here
hy amateurs. There will be no waiting
or dragging in the performance of Bl
Bi. as amateur performances grnerallv
do. but the entire play will go oft with
snap and promptness.
Biggest stock of fruits in Augusta at
T. Sc hiadaresst's.
A. J. Benkl announces a 25 per cent
reduction on his slock o? high grade
sterling silver novelties. He has a mac
nifleem stock of goods. His prices are
Flags and decorations of al! kinds at
On to the Antarctic
Hobart. Tasmania, Dec. 19 —Captain
Botch Grevilika' expedition has started
for the Autartic regions.
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Lamps, both Banquet
and Library, in beautiful
Richards & Shaver s
MR. PRAQER BURGLARIZED.
The Store of Mr. Isadore Prager En.
tered Yesterday riomlng.
A burglar or burglars broke into the
store or Mr. Isadore Prayer at 555
Broad street early yesterday morning.
When the proprietor arrived at the
store this morning, he found that hm
safe had been entered and about
taken. Several articles of clothing were
also taken. V . ,
The party who. did the robbing broke
into the back window of the store, a*
evidence of such showed.
Mr. Prager had forgotten to lock un
the outer door of his safe Saturday
night, and the burglar had an easy
thing of it getting into the rash drawer
of the money receptacle. Several holes
were bored in the cash drawer and the
woodwork cut. The money was then
Mr. Prater has no idea,iwho did tn#
deed and this morning had,* noUf epoi u d
the matter to the police. *
Our line of Japanese no
velties is unsurpassed from
25 cents up.
At Richards & Shavers’,