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Mis* (Senruilr Mbeperd in while or
pildlr with marguerite*
Mis* At wee Chafe*. la white taffeta
, with note;
L Mis* Gertrude Crane, in figured or*
Igaudie with pink ribbon;
I Mim Irens Ferris in white broad-
Bloth pink end pear! pa* eiwenterie;
H Miss Lillie Rountree. In pink bro-
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■ -candle with black lace;
I Miss Celeste Allen, In white organ -
wile with tulle.
J Mlu Liter Allen, In white organdie
with pink satin ribbon;
Miss Baron. In hlark gauze;
Mis* Wright, in figured organdie;
.Mias Swigrit, In hiack chiffon;
Mis* Lizzie Allen. In white organdie
with lace trimmings.
Miss Annie Branch, is green silk
tilled In white point desprit;
Mlaa f'inkham. In white organdie.
Miss Addle Barnes. In white crepe
Mies Merial Black. In black and
black striped organdie with cerise
Misa Warner. In heliotrop e satin
Mias ralmer. in white organdie with
Miss Maud Bisell, in pink chiffon
with satin ribbon;
.'Mias Eleanor Carroll, In white or
Miss Mattie d'Antignat. In yellow
Miss Emma C'arroH. In black gauze
with yellow satin;
Miss Jenna Garrett. In iliac organ
Miss I .cola Garrett, In violet sat
Miss Ella Wright, In white organ
Miss Allie Eve, in white organdie
cover:d with ruffles;
Miss Teddy Clark, in blue figured
Miss Collins, in white organdie over
Miss Neville Taylor, in tvblte or
gandie with lace insertion and green
Miss Margaret Robertson, in white
organdie with satin ribbon:
Miss Marcella Hardwick, in blue or
Miss Henrietta Robertson, in white
Miss Bessie Wilkins, in white satin
trimmed in gold:
Miss Natalie Robinson, in figured
Mies Langlon. in white chiffon over
I Mrs. Gallagher, in green vatin:
Miss Annie Srhweigert. in white sat
Miss Mattie Lee Lockhart it white
Mrs. Frank Fleming, in pink ga'aze,
Mrs. Frank Miller Jr . in pink satin,
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you of the above by giving us an order.
('unainckrtb Mr*. I.!*wrtlyw lioofht; I
Mr*. Q«w(M* R»rti«*. Mr*. Kdguworth j
Hazier. Mr*. Cecil Cochr*** Mr*. Mc-
Gowan. Mr*. J. R. L*«mi Mr*. Cm- ,
well. Mi** > minor. Mr* S'. H. Bar
reU. Mr*. C A. Wither*. Mkw Marie |
(I Antigua. Allen. Mr*. T. P. Brnucl). |
MR*. MORGAN COMPLIMENTED
A very delight rut luncheon *r«* giv
en by Mr*. S. B. Carpenter, yenerddy,
complimentary to Mr*. Morgan, of Sa
The table wax exqulrttely decorated
in pink carnation*, *nd dimly lit with
email Giver banquet lamp*. Mr*. Car
penter received her gweet* in » gown of
ljviled to met Mr* Morgan were:
Mr*. W. T, Gary. Mr* Caawell. Mrs
•latoee Cole, Ml** M*ry Urn Holt. Mrs.
Randolph Ridgeley. Mr*. Mussengule
A very Important eorial event will
be the golf tournament to be given at
tfce Bon-Alr link* tomorrow afternoon.
About forty entrie* have been made,
The Right Remedy Will
Banish it Forever.
If you would forever be rid of
the aches >nd piling, and pome
limes thf | tortures produced -by
Rheumatism, yon must take the
right remedy. Those who con
tinue to suffer are relying upon
remedies which do not reach their
trouble. The doctor’s treatment
always -'consists of potash und
mercury, which only intensify the
disease, causing the joints to stiff
en and the bones to ache, besides
seriousHr impairing the digestive
Rheumatism is a disordered state of
the blood, and the only cure for it is a
real blood remedy. Swift’s Specific IS.
3. 3.) goes down to the very bottom of
nil diseases of the blood, and promptly
cures cases that other remedies cannot
Mr. E. K 8. Olinkenbeard. a promi
nent attorney of Mt. Sterling, Ky.,
“Two years ago I was a great sufferer
from Rheumatism. I had tried every
remedy I could hear of except S. 8 c.
I had been to Hot Springs, Ark,, where
I remained for twelve weeks under
but I experienced no perma
naa* rgJief, and returned home, be
li«v'*| that I would be a sufferer as
jnnjf ae T KVWI At a time vflisii my
pains were aimost unbearable, I
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Mis* Slack entertained the Eparorth
league I**l evening Pith a phantom
Mr*. Margaret B. Dugs* entertain*!
her dub at team *hl*t yeaterrtay mor
Mra. O«orge Baker of Columbia I*
the guest of Dr. andi Mrs. Deßatutsnre
Col. Dyer v. ill eo tern in s number of
friends with a stag supper at his rooms
Gen. Young has burned cards for a
reception this afternoon at the Bon-
Air. from three to five o’clock.
Mrs. Henry Cohen complimented «
number of friends with » recheiche
mtppfr after the german last night.
Mr. and Mrs. Landon Thomas have
Issued caid* for a reception. Tuesday
ufternoon, from four to seven o’clock.
chanced to read your advertisement
and was impressed with it so much
that I decided to try 3. S. 8. I took
eleven bottles and was entirely relieved
of all pain and cured permanently.
When I began to take 8, 8. 8. 1 was
unable to sit or stand with any /-ase,
and could not sleep. Hinee taking the
last dose f have had no return of the
; Rheumatism, and T take great pleas
ure in recommending 8. 8. 8 to any
! one who has the misfortune to suffer
with this disabling disease.”
8,6,8. is the only cure for Rheu
.. matiem, which is
t he most stubborn
of blood diseases.
11 is not intended
xS&Wy vf* to give relief only,
but, by completely
C(, "dit.ion ot
the blood it forces
’*l - out every trace of
the disease and
j rids the system of it forever, ft is
f and one thousand dollars reward
is offered to any chemist who can
i prove that it contains a particle of ,
! mercury, potash, or any other
i mineral ingredient. S. 8. S. is
| the only bipod remedy guaranteed
to oe absolutely tree from mineral
Books sent free bb Swift Spe
cific Company,,Atlanta, Ga.
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JawklM Will rrt.cn from (Utopia, iw
Morrow Ur, .Ml Mm VV, M. B»>
irr snd Mr* C. H 11. to k*-« »«.i'
IM Mr J 14 OH«er roaduri r t wr
lire, la IV Hept rt rbrtrk MM rate* j
>n«. Or. Milter teiwnied tot 've.tM I
I fra.M fl*ndrr-rtll- Mitw Rmb Kilpa*.
j rich I* % .tt.to rrtrtire* I. j
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Tool. Mid faaßlt, T.rver* Hoo. W j
If. Mart* W.jr.Selaurt). Mr. R. G j
Tarver tmd fawiiy; Mr. U. it Mur.
j phey Mid ft led*, of Ancrta. The tot!
i r.inrt .re on a bu.tlna eipedltlrm
GOO lil.Kitst THE ffOIJIIRRA.
The wind Ut temper, d to the »h >rn
:unib. ' ie a. old *aylnt. and II »ppTm i
to Augu*la marrhani* rigbi along!
| about tbU tine -Now. look here.” Mid
a well km*wn gentleman toda\ **.bai
j would the merrhaul* of onr city bat.
■tone during tht* tn lI attike htu not
j they ranght the tmk nf the *oldiert.’
The old town .on id have I wen In
had flx. I tell yon. with ail (ho** mil 1
hand* out of work and buying scar*-
ly nothin, the Men bants mould hat **
found time migbft blu» hr* 1 lm l
A»va **-nt down the aoblier..**
PAINTRIt SIGNS TOO Qi'lt’K
Hpeaking of afreet* cam and line sign*
the naming of (he camp on Mon:
Kaon caused the company here to g<*
signs a bit wrong. Of couma every
body thought the.amc of the encam, • |
menl .ould he C.iup Young, and; iu
, fact, paople were railing It (\tmt>
Young. The company had signs palnl
i«d Camp Young, and all >'*»» arra.i*
j After a couple or to of cars wet* j
equipped, the name was changed
I Mackenzie, and now the road is on
! ibat much.
MsDUHt’B GRIEVANCES IN
PRINT. —Hardly a day pasats th.it
some of the Camp Mackenzie lioys do
not dr:»p down on the Herald office
and bend In a communication. Th*
toys like lo express liiemselve* on lo
cal subjects. The trouble la (end no
tody need get tnad at this) th.it 'he
fellows pay too eapei iol attention !o
airing their personal grievances In
i print, and their desire to see the other
fellow roasted they get the other fel
low down on the paper. There was
a little affair about two bands, and—
but, wedt better let that pass.
the green and but. lights .
There Inis been a bit of complaint by
patrons of the street railway that It Is
very hard to toll a white light ear front
a blue one. Now th* reason of this -
easy of explanation. The street rail
way company purchased four new cam
aboii* three months ago, and the fac
tory that made them pot in gre-n Klein
ventilators. The Indicating light at
night, is a small bull’s eye. This (for
the Hill line) Is blue. When the greet,
ventilator cars are used on that line,
the green glass conflicts a bit with th
bull’s eye and causes the latter to ap
pear pale. Thus only al short rang'
can a bine light car be told.
THE SIGNS THAT THEY SWING.
—The proprietors of newsstands must
be troubled a great deal by persons
handling their papers, for there is
hardly a dry that passes when th?
uewstand man does not rig himself tip
a new sign that, is supposed to act as
a sort of pricker of ones’ conscience
if one should pick up a paper or mag
azine and glance among the pages.
Here are some of the signs:
’•Finelibrary ncross the street.’”
“If everybody reads free, how can
wc pay rent?"
“These papers are for sale.”
Well, there are others, and yet there
always comes along some fellow who
makes himself al home with the pe
riodicals and shows no cash.
For LaGrippe and Influ
enza use CHENEY’S EX
THE GAME TO-NIGHT.
Busl.ei fckill CuutuSt al V. M (’ A.
T.he a*me Pksksi ball beiween the
First MsT^iand- Regiment team, and
me T M. <3, A ; . ream, mil take place
at the AssodatKiTi Hall, to-night. There
will he a KtngUP Mmlpelon fee charged.
Th< line till Ilf the fwu*tearns was given
Climax < Low Prices
With nil th# ru»h and hurry of th® clOßing hour® of Now Voar®
trading, we aliH make lha a«m« low price® that cha9act#rwo our
IfMdrruh'p at all tiro#®.
MARVELOUS SHOE VALUES In buying Shoe® here you roust
remember that we handle a® high grade® a® any ®hoe ®tore in thi®
country. And that our price® are one-third to one-Half *ow#i than
other* i® accounted for by th® fact that we are ®atl®f»ed with a regular
grocer*® profit on them. Read the Price*. t
Men * Ml in calf nhoe* In lace *nd
congrtM, and four different toes, we*
.dlum weight »olee. have been Our *e®o
ilar $2.50 line*, this *a»e above fi®ure.
Men’* heavy sole, leather lined,
water proof shoes, made especially for
; workingmen, plain and cap toe. cneep
at $2.00. the above figure it our price
! for this *®le
A Gent** dark tan willow calf hand
welt shoe. These shoes have as much
get-up and style as any $4 shoe sold
anywhtrif and aro ronsidtrtd chiftp at
the price Above is our figure in this safe
Youths’ heavy Dongola goat ®Pring
heel lace shoes, sizes 9 to 13,
for half dress and usually sold for $ 1.25.
the above price will take a pair in this
Rice & O’Connor Shoe Co.
f Creates Bip y
if Business # TWO 834 Broad St., name across sidswalk TWO
>'*/v*Xn*-«n/nr^v , "A STORES 722 Broad St., opposite Monument STORES
This is the sum the policy
holders of The Mutual
Life Insurance Cmpany of
New York have accumu
lated for their own pro
tection. It is
THE GREAT FAMILY
FUND OF THE
You can have a share in
it at the lowest possible
cost consistent with se
curity and the rights of all.
THE NEW POLICY
JANUARY I, 1899
The best of al! invest
Liberal loans to the in
Cash surrender values.
Automatic paid-up insur
Option for extended term
insurance. All the advan
tages and the exact
amount of the financial
benefits are set forth in
Nothing doubtful. No
It is the best policy of the
It is the best policy for
agent to sell
Apply for further infor
R. F. SHEDDEN,
ENGINE OFF THE TRACK.
S. C. & O. Locomotive Struck Mis
Locomotive No. l of the South Chi
lina and Qeorgia railroad jumped tli •
track in the Oeoi«ia railroad yar.. at
iltree o’clock this morning. The lorn
motive was pulling a train of passenger
coaches that were being carried back
to Atlanta from Charleston, the coach
es having bean used to convey soldiers
to Hie latter city. As the train pass
ed through the yuid the engine slip
ped from Ibe rails. V mi., placed
StyltCh was lire cause A force of bauds
have beet, at work tan the engine trying
to put it Pack on the rails it is. uauly
off the track. ~ .
C’.UtNATIo.VS. II VAOI NTHH. IN'
Bloom. The lines Flu ml Nursery. .
Ladies* fciotn top Button and Lace
] shoes. Cincinnati made and a regular
*2 article, will go in this sale for above
figure. When you call mention this ad.
Lad»es Patent tip Oongoia kid But
ton shoes, one of our best wearing lines,
and as neat fitting as the more Ex
pensive Lines, in this sale for above
This Is another odd Lot of Mis*#*'
sprirgheel Button shoes, plain toe and
patent tips, sizes II 1-2 to 13 1-2,
every pair worth double what we ask
for them, in this sale.
I . si-7S
Boys’ heavy sole calf School Shoes,
stylishly gotten up and made to stand
the roughest kind of wear, a line we
guarantee to give absolute satisfaction,
in this sale for the above price.
HAPPY NEW YEAR
LOW PRICES TO ALL
Wicker & Pilcher,
954 Broad Street.
TUe National Kxchangc Hank of Au
Aukuhlm. Ga., Dec. 9. 1898.
THE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE
Stockholders of this Hank will l»e
h#»lj] at it&» Hanking: House on TUES
DAY, January 10th. 1K99, between the
hour« of Yl and 2 o'clock p. m., for
the election of seven director# to serve
for the ensuing year.
PERCY E. MAY, CuHhl<ff
DIVIDEND NO. 41.
The Planters Loan and divings Bank.
Augusta, Oa. t Dec. - 11 , IStIS.
i THE CWUAL SEMI-ANNUAL DIVI
DEND of three and one-half per cent
I ito) Jfi the capital stock of this bank
hns tils day been declared, payable
: to stockholder* January Ist. Iktik.
W. C. WAItDLAVV. Cashier.
NOTICE OF ELECTION.
[an ELECTION FOB FIVE COMMIS
SIONERS for the Village of Harri
son ville will be held «t the Academy
In Hurrlsonville the llrst Saturday in
January, 1S!»S. Polls open al 10 o’clock
a. mi. VV. E. JACKSON.
dec 25 M Jun 1 !! 5 7
For; cast for 36 hours ending 8 p. rn..
December 31, 1898:
Washington forecast for South Car
olina- Increasing cloudiness tonight ;
probably rain Saturday,
Washington forecast for Georgia -
Rain tonight; clearing and much cold
er Saturday ; cold wave in northern
Local forecasl for Augustq and vi
cinity - Rata tonight and Saturday:
The rivet at 8 a. m was S it. a fall 1
of 0 4 feet In the past 24 hours
An interesting contrast In tempera- 1
tit it conditions wit fell have occurred |
throughout th<- country since yesterday j
News and Opinions
Daily, h.v Mail .... $6 a Year
Daily and Sunday ... $8 a Year
The Sunday Sun
Is the (ireatest Sunday Newspape:
in Hie World.
Price sc. a Copy. By a Year-
Address THE SUN, New York.
morning la presented on today's chart;
the eastern liulf. including Texas, has
become decidedly warmer, while the
western half is now In the grasp of a
cold wave that lias produced tempera
ture falls of 48 degrets at St. Paul,
which is 16 degrees below zero; 4;i
at Huron with 14 below, and also Bis
marck with 14 below —the cause of
|I1h;so changes arising from the rapld
i ly Increasing pressure over the Missou
ri va'ley, a secondary "high" over the
South Atlantic states and a trough of
iow pussure across the country from
the lower lake region auutiiw«flw»rd
, co the west Texas coast,
At present snow Is falling in upper
Michigan and rain In southern Michi
gan and at Atlanta.
D. KISHKK. Observer.