lit Swats'. Mu»k' in the Kara of
I the Soldier Boja
■JET’S BATE SOME IT HOII
Lew upright pianos
flaf ■ $l4O UP
v : $40.00 UP
■lor Organs S3O up
> f Second Hand SIO up
|H. LINK, OF V I A. I.OOUH Al
HH BOTTOM TttlCfc».
bops & Barfoa
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lu Be, on . tin . ' iuk I' .
», o*., July i ll Till' lu t .1 T j
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pJP a| ill V.l I '
have an announce-
Frnent t" make to tWg fWOUfI «*ferWng j
F the matter by nV\t Saturday.”
’ Whon asked iby commencing to
preach before hIE case la disposed of
I by eonf* rence, If n\ wtii be d 'tying the
Lantboritv of theVhurch and bring
■niHat his dlschargs whether or not he
Its provetv,guilty of the chargees pre
erred against him. Dr, Gibson satd:
n “jto. I don't profroa to preach ns n
BiMtindist minister, but as an Individ-1
■ual man. I feel called upon tQ enter j
■this work. My conscience Is In It. 11
Keel that I must do something and this
Biourse Is the only one open for me at
■his time. »
think I know the lows of the,
jffßurch. I have no desire to brave them
iSr disotiey them, but my duty tells'
to preach, mid preach 1 will."
■Himi' f' Iks never expert to ir.-t what
HMitiih In the hand Is worth a dozen
HgH things come with the waiter who
on order of hash.
a Loiter purse. Hour by any
HI name would smell ns wheat.
easier to love n« <-emy
IjjLvou get the liest of him.
in 111" av.-iaee \\o
§§sLi. ! !:• r t .ngiiv t .
|m -.-V ,■ ■
ns CirdlES oiiii'dDu
Hnd $7.00 Onus
HI and $2.
! A | I I Th# trfmm* fftea#
WBfT BND NBW9.
Yaatarday lh* efturrftaa at W**4 Itft#
war* *M Wv l attended •< «ft*k a*r*W*,
aitfceuan ll #«.* WM Dun II would mm
a*art Mil ||>l» #l4 n»l prevent
im> prept* e«m *>«tr>g »m
MMMm Modi* ftft# liftin' Arhard.
(ft* lovely young to4lft of M«IUmM
atr#*t, lim «• an *«!#»*#»d 'flail la th*ti
brother. Mr. Mkr A< i»>»4. a» Ltn
<tftl«. Oft ■
Mta* Half* Half ft **ry pretty and
rAanr.lna r n «»i lady. leave* ihir aw*
fra lilftrkvlll. «. C . Wh*r# aft.'
In speed Annul with talftllvaft,
A Mum bar al the W**t*ftd<-r* will «<»
up lo Ilia toe ha tomorrow night
Mr r. 11. Tharp* m *«p*cl»d w»r
float Marun l alftjf I" »WI i»* bratlwr.
Mr. X. A, Tlaalpft, of Crntaford livanoa
Mm. Cnnnady. of Hkh* ftiraal, la aa
rtrttaly 111 today. Tblft bar frlaft#* arHI
Hiril M Nr*. .
H«<» Walker prea< bat • vary Inter
aating and eloquent ftarm- n at M. Lube
,>Hur< h la at eight Iba R*v ftpaocar ba.
tug unatl* lo All hla appoint man*.
Mi Cftlfllarb of the rlljr dallaarad aft
exrallent talk ftl Maraan rhumb ym
trrday. A vary larg* congregation »*«
Ml**#. Mlnnla *«« Annl* Ball# Tytor.
|w« pretty and wltwwmae ymmg Iftdla*
from Orangeburg. S. C.. «ra Itv ftuaal.-.
of Mia. O. 11. Sally for aavarnl day*.
Mr Kubanka, a atodent of iba Mar
car University In Moron. I* a fuaal in
Waal End thl* wark. lie will deliver
an excellent talk al llerean Baptist
rkurrh neat Sunday night, and all are
Invited to ftl I end
Our boya beat the Tangley haaebal!
team In a game Saturday afterooon by
a aeore of I to 4.
Mr. and Mra. Helm of Walton way
left ycaterday mo-nin* on an extendi !
plait to friend* and relative* al Vam
vtU<* 8. C.
Mr. and Mm. E. A. Shield* from
Hath. 8. C.. are vtatting relative* thla
Mr. T B. Itftbbon. a well hnnwn bu
aktea* man of Aiken, who ha* been
*0 ending aevfral day* with Mr. W. O.
Cullam. will return home today.
Mr. John Anduraon. after eprndlng
neveral tlaya lyre delightfully with Mr.
Wilson, haa returned to hi* home In
Mr. Charlie King went oyer to Bath
Saturday night to vlalt hi* parent*.
The exruralon to the lock* Saturday
night run by Mr. Charles Matheny »«•
enjoyed by oil who had th.- pleasure of
going. Refrcehm-nt* were aerved at
a namln.it coat on the boat, the pro
cowl* of which went to the Second
The friend* and relative* *of Mr. \V
T. Anderson will be pained lo learn of
hla death, which occurred after a lin
gering lllneaa of aeveral month*. He
twas otmut 21 years of age, hut God saw
fit to call him away from this world ns
he was Just budding Into yunngman
hood. The angel of death has been olw
ering over this home for several weens,
when early yesterday morning It claim
ed this young m«u and wafted hi* spirit
to the home beyond. In answer to hta
mother’*, father’s and friends’ prayers
he was permitted to leave this world
with very little suffering. He waa a
true soldier of the cross, being a mem
ber of the St. Luke Methodist church
for years. We. alt of us. realise an.l de
plore the great toss which the family
nnd friends have sustained In his death;
tt leave* a void tn hi* home, over whle i
the wave* will not soon flow. Everyone
should turn their eyes to that sccno of
deepest sufferings, to offer and mingle
their grief and sympathies with the
tears and anguish of those loving
hearts whose sad and tender chords
must bear this supreme woe. and to
invoke for their fathomless bereave
ment that comfort which the Giver of
,Llfe alone can bestow. Hts remains
jwere carried to Barnett, Gtt., this mor
ning for Interment.
| The friends of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis
will regret to learn of the death of their
j little Infant, which died on Saturday
at their home on Walton way. Rev.
Lewis of Woodlawn Methodist church
conducted the services.
On yesterday morning, In less time
thnn an hour, the liov. N. G. Jacks
performed two marriage ceremonies at
his home In Woodlawn. The first was
Mr. A. Davao*y and Miss Annie T.
Holley. The bride looked lovely gowned
in pure white organdie. After the cer
emony hod been Impressively perform
ed they repaired to the home of the
bride, where a rharmlng dinner was
served. Tilts well known -couple are
very much loved by thetr countless
friends. The second contracting parties
were Mr. Fred V. Youngblood nnd
Miss ENfle Prescott. They were united
tn the holy bonds of matrimony at 9:30
o’clock. She was datntty gowned in
pure white organdie with satin ribbons.
This very charming young lody never
looked more beautiful. She Is one of
West End’s fa treat and loveliest young
ladies. Mr. is to he con
gratulated on winning this young indy
for his bride. The two couple will make
Augusta their future home.
Bear* the Kind You Hate Always Bought
% ‘.r (Z&tfZ&Lc
Milwaukee papers state that a young
woman of that city, now an art student
In Parts, is organising a movement to
end the present war and prevent oth
ers by a determined protest. She writes
"We will interest the different art
clubs and museums.” Luckily our navy
bos got in Its work at Santiago —ln
Girls that are always harping on the
rights of women usually get left in the
ON THE MARCH.
iirti) W«rk B) t* »*» D»«t ti
I bft Augwaia % o4*ftlre»« Maaf IX*
(•par ml lo Tb« MgrtM |
Taarp*. Fl#.. Jftly t - Al 4
y**t**4ay mora.ng iba bagka **» »*«
Owug a obs raaw nftt "ftorftwd." aad
ib* lung column mmm§ «4wad *«
Ibatr puatudb aa rwaf guard la IM lb*
IMal training mr> l h t»f ibe Tbw4 Brif*
Each man ba#. baaidr. bla »«*. Ilia
poftcho. roll# 1 ..mfrderai* taah«a.
rantftM an# baaeraaab; IM Uilar
rnmalaiag Iba mi ran »Hk Hire#
bar# lack aa# law Xircaa of bacon
fbatral *»agona follftftm# aarb
wttb baft*la of -vaiar tor ib* mi. At
I a iba 11b* of march ws# taken ft#,
with all (ba ptnaiftft <4 ft# arm* *»»
lb* aaamy • roubtry advan e guard
amnia, naar guard. a«r Tba rout* lay
taai parallel I# tb* Ptaai ayatetn rail
way U.-KMI a w? aaady M*ad. i*BB
•racer!n* cotta#**, through tobaieo
field* and hmal pin* won#* The auu
and deep mad brgan to fall on the men
within a few tnllaa. and brforv tba flrftt
halt waa m»d* for real, about four
tnllaa from ramp, at laaat twenty m**n
•tar* paaaad who had fallen out They
war* mostly from th* New York and
Ohio regiment* probably nut over;
three from the Georgia W* were hah
tad in a pretty at retch of pine* and
were glean a real for an hour It took
n little nxtr* than n hour and n half to
do thla four mil**.
Sever*; autlara followed lh* line and
dlapoaad of their plea, lemonade and
Ice cream In abort order, returning Im
mediately for another wagon load.
\Thca we made the aerond halt all
theaa men ware arrested and held to
prevent Iba aoldirra from foiling upon 1
their unhealthful air**
After the hour** mat. another abort
stage of about two mllea. and then the.
halt for dinner. There waa oo apwlfled
hour act for dinner, aa the men car-1
rled their ran ration*, ready cooked,
and cm Id eat them when they pleased.
There waa abvay* a amall crowd
around the water waguna drinking, nnd ,
almost lighting over the brarkinah wa-|
;trr. of which. #1 ramp, they would take
a awallow And be more than satisfied.
Oust da had to be placed on the wagon*
to keep the men bach.
Few of the good people In Augusta
have an Idea of what the thirst for
water la on a hot march, when aome
tlmcß twcnly-flve cent* would be offer,
ed for one drink of water, red whh
mat from the captren and almost hot
enough to boll egg?.
At 2 o'clock ’'Attention’’ was sounded
and the men fell In to march over to
the grounds selected for the sham bat
tle against an Imaginary enemy. Com
pany C deployed as skirmishers in the
first line and advanced across a field j
through a stretch of plnewoods. grown
up with dwarf palm trees. The line
halted a few minutes in these woods
for the Sixty-Ninth New York to drew
up, and then forward again, with or
ders to lie down at every halt, as the
enemy was close on our front
On coming out of the woods, we
climbed a barbed wire fence, passed j
over some outposts In a ditch, and I
pushed up a hill through a watermelon
patch (whtch melons we hnd been giv
en Instructions not to touch), through
a yard and halted In a field a few
hundred yards further. We were or
dered to commence firing and the scat
tering fire of the first line Increased
to a rattle and then to a roar as the
lines In the rear closed up at a double
quick and fell In the line of battle.
When the blanks had been fired each
company rallied around lts commander
—the battle was over, and a short rest
was given; then we marched over to
the road, where water was given to the
The march home was on a fine new
road of white clay, something like our
cement gravel roads, and It was a jqj,-
ly company that marched at the head
of the second battalion, Second Geor
gia, to-Jndge from the singing and talk
ing. One halt for rest was given on
the return aud then we pushed on u>
All the men were grateful to the
many people along the route who came
out to the gates with water for them.
The file closers would give orders to
keep up the fours, but the thirsty men
would break out few at a time and
rhen 1n groups, half the company, of
ten including the same officers who
commanded the men to keep in rank.
The sight most admired by the men on
the return was a large corral with
about five hundred horses running
around in a large circle at least three
hundred yards In diameter.
When the men were dismissed in
camp, they were given permission by
the colonel to go to the beach and en
joy a bath, and there were few who
did not take advantage of the permis
sion to get a good refreshing swim in
the cool water. The men were as
dirty and tired as any set of men ever
were, but the water invigorated them,
and most of them are ready to take the
same march again today.
Lieut. Baxley was in command of
Company C on the march, Captain
Frye being officer of the day, Lieut.
Bryan did not go, us he was officer of
the guard. , ~ . \ , | ,
I Mafof A Hum# %r flbaal g#ill»w*n
*t,.i bum A*k>v«4l«#r * '*■«•
(«•« *a. V gkt Aalki: Urn 1 akv,.
i wbtfa altar Ik* •*»♦#*'
H«%< «/ git iba tp.#r bTmw t*<3m «t
‘ an# bft mwMl hla ptaaa *» Ik* heft#
i# lAhk <*• •£•
apinaai'a t.rdrrlf «ft lh* tuarrh, aad
had a buay IUM.
A k'»#y rats pmventad tha uauai
Aaluiday IftfttwtlOft of arm*. Iha weak
ly !•*#•*<mb at gwagiam uhm plat*
All ik* amltru* atanda are In b* mo*
*# away l*« .remmnn# of irfftria a aa
tb«y are on* of tba prtm* facto*• m
tb* rent mu*# t.rftaae* of anan* of Iba
No b*w* of whan or where w* will
move l* la b* bad and an-waStr# mf-r
--nut'on la r*«aa# la mo* ng hi b#rdly
|o ba rrcdPr I tfumyra are aa (k»ek In
carp aa fiddler* <»p the baacb. an#
non* can ha re!tad on
No man from tba rrappanl**
fall out 4utm# tba ftpnrrb. On* of the
recruit* march*# with Company C »n 4
bald owl jpit A gnnß maay fcayutt*
have mgr fp ia lh« »«| few dap*
W 1 CHARUB WH ■
riSHIfiNS AT S#RAT»OA.
Breakf««t Drraaaa- f oulard sMka -
Blaik aad tt hllc Costume*
Th# cxcftaa at color employed during
th* last (wo aetaona haa causa# a reac
tion in th* opposite direction, cooae
qnaotly the roatutp a <4 fr mi nine
group* on the vtraadgba and alrrots of
tbla remarkable place, show vary #*ll
- ahegaa, or a large proportion of
white add black. In combination.
White p!qt» dresaaa naturally belong
(o m< ruing, and whether trimmed
with ahite Insertion or braid or aklrta
with rolred Jacket*, they are alwaya
attractive and pretty for breakfast. A
new Ida* la Ike t'.vep flounce aa# Jack
et of blue In an "all offtr" put tern of
white braid; or another fancy la a
green and purple plaid on white pique
with thro* narrow green silk ruffle*
edged by while lace; green silk revere
on Jacket, and while tailor hat with
green tcurf and fringed ends.
Plain or Braided » luc AHk Trimming*.
hn while pique are equally effective,
and plain line suits trimmed with
hra<d, although *om« what severe are
ladylike and ilmpta. The most extrav
agant dressing fern here la usually af
fected by the nouveaux riches, and It
la a mistake to auppose that expensive
costumes are absolutely necessary for
enjoyment at Saratoga. A dark blue
foulard silk uKb white pin brad dots
worn on the verandah of n large hotel
was an example of tuple and gentility;
made with a narrow Rouble ruffle at
the lower edge of thi eklrt, with two
deep one* above It. sloping up at the
back—loose front w!h white silk rev
ere tucked at the rdgea, and a spray of
ecru Russian lace appilqued on each
Tucked while silk front and
collar and white silk bc!C
Hany Black and White
costumes figure among fashlonlats; an I
Specially pretty one Worn by a young'
Baltimore matron, was Qf soft, fine J
'black taffeta silk, wlh two rows come
down each side of a lenghwlrw apron
front. The waist Is of course blouse
front with white chiffon vest across
which gathered black satin ribbon Is
laid lo loops. The sleeves have a small
puff at the top, with bands of insertion
across, and diagonal rows run towards
the front. A white silk lining Is under
every row of Insertion.
are more beautiful than ever this sea
son, being made with a drop skirt of
similar material, which adds to tlve-ir
softness. A lovely white organdy worn
here by a Chicgo belle had six ruf
fles, headed and edged with pink,
crimped “baby ribbon,” the lower one
straight around, each one pointing a
little more at the front. Sleeves tuck
ed crosswise and finished with a ruf
fle—full front hnvlng rows of inser
tion, and polnt.?d organdy frill over the
sleevea, the points d.sappcarlng in the
full front. Collar, shoulder knots and
sash of pink ribbonjrjwlth a knot at
each Bide of the front, Rhine stone
bpckle at. the centre, tfad full bow with
short ends at the back. Similar bows
of ribbon at the wrists.
Black Satin Ribbon.
ruffles on wt\Ue organdy are very styl
ish. or white lace trimmings qp black,
and by way of contract a plain red or
gandy, tie drop skirt naving one deep
ruffle, and the outer skirt with three
narrow ruffles, edged with narrow
black velvet, worn by a dashing bru
nette, was the most effective In the
summer twilight. The full waist haft
three bands of black lace insertion
woven in points at back and front.
Sleeves in mousquetaire style, cuffs
finished with ruffles, and sash trimmed
and edged with black .ace.
Saratoga Is the Paradise.
of the shade hat, as the atmosphere is
dry and delicate materials are not eas
illy Injured. Ostrich fcathe.rs are as
much worn as they were last season,
and nothing displace* the large, ex
pensively trimmed leghorns. A charm
ingly Neapolitan on '« sweet-looking
young girl, had a broad twist of white
chiffon and pink velvet around the
crown, and at sue was a large bow
of pink velvet and wide chiffon ends
with ecru lace eppUquel on the cjiiffon,
and wired so as to keep them in posi
tion. Three large, pink crushed roses
under the brim gave the finishing
touch. t.. I _ 66*. i jwi.i UwLJu.i—l,:
1 GIRLS TO CO.
Tfcj «fc* Wo«»4f4 *t
•vmaat lha Ahadew at lh#M*d Cewad.*
kuwiinc and C4rtv#4rjr.
(•pacts! «b Tha M*r*td I
Oruvatuws. Os, July ll —la frubi of
old Iftctauook. lh. v rU*- l aagiod, old*
fftahtt# <4 hods* bftlll ftboul d hut sup
puftwd hy (ba c »u*ir» folk# lo hft bftftfti
ed. rt»*a »« old ruck wai or ikrmft*
wbkk ia really Iwnuiad hy tka
rtaa at lh* maay rotwiftcea hagoa ftwd
•adad Ib (kift liltlft court of tb# amai.
god, F.om Uta tupmlat aloft# dm
looks out o»*r (k* blua bilk al Dial#
that riaa and fall i* ftnfi billow* la the
purple dtaunt# until, aa (he rear of lb*
wind lb lh* ptaea fafta oa y&«r ear.
you quh* bell*** in tka a*a brvaua iba
doctor. ea>* Ufuvatowa haa.
Ou TAureday last laa <jt Glut ream's
lour fit mgiA aa *«• |M out of »B*ir
I mhprlot- ll* ro k ftftat. bribing
an '•'ft *ebc* to ltd Vug Xat ol B*cf
turn# year a. which waa th* preukai
of alt, IKran* ft* motive* w*s.- ft obi*
Mid uusrlfkh. On* of threft girl*, for
tbar are nothing more Is oue •( tha
moat charming of th* Aral honor grad
ua‘au of lh* l.ucy Cobb, that old Geor
gia college where tha flower of tba old
•oath's dainty girlhood hava to long
hlosacmad from th* chrysalis of girl
hood Into a oobl* aad perfect woman
hood. Young aa gbe la. ah* baa a ready
w-n much prake for her hriting. aad
when ah- rrturaa from her work under
the Red Crosa we hava bo doubt that
she will take ker place tu lb* world of
letters, for with bar two girl frirad*
the la now preparing to Join those no
ble women who are ao untiring in their
duty to those aoldbera of ottra, of
whom even the German attache aaye
ba "never before aaw such courage un
der the knife."
Thero lovely, high-bred girl* spent
the wkola day Thursday In takjsg Ihelr
final lesson In learning to handia in
atumenta and bandages, under Dr. H.
formerly of Cobb* Uglon. and who
*bai: any the old Confederate aurgdtm
did not enjoy iusiracUng hla bright pu
pils In apit* of the regret he natural
ly felt In tending our (Street flrl* to
th*'front, na well as otir bravest boys,
for each of ib -m have brother# fight
ing for thet dear old flag, which ahouid
always have been our. It us such
brave men and tender women who will
do away with the laat 111 feeling be
tween the North and South. It tak.-*
noble nature* to be nobly conquered—
to bury In the grave of a dead Isaue
all strife and bitterness of feeling.
One of these girls gives up a yacht
ing trip, another a boat-house parly to
enter this’ arduous path. Wo will say
that romance nr chivalry do not still
live in this nineteenth century, when
such bonnle lassies risk Spanish bul
lets In what to them Is a holy war,
waged |n the name of that goddess
who bolds her lighted torch over the
dark waves of New York harbor while
her living spirit heaves the breast of
an aroused notion? One feeds so up
lifted by their gentle enthusiasm, that
one wants to go off alone somewhere
to let oneself down softly to the old
normal self, as wc remember Hobson's
and other brave deeds. We are proiid
of them and glad to think that they
will bear into their hard work that
charm as personal as ts the special
fragrance which surrounds a flower) to
Southern women. There is a grand old
Persian proverb which says; “God
hadn’t time for everyudng. so he made
mothers.*’ If we might change the last
word to good women it might express
something of what we wish, and feel,
to these three out of the many noble
women of the present age, who
Lift our Ideal woman higher—aye,
even with the stars—
’Til the statue, pure and perfect, shln-
X eth down the twilight bars;
'Til Death’s Angel sweeping past It,
shall touch it with such grace,
On the pedestal of Woman—and shine
an Angel’s face.
Sweet Phyllis, cine bright summer day. ]
Up<>n ti rose a kiss Impressed;
A butterfly which chanced that way
In turn the tdushing bud caressed.
It stole the kiss and straightway flew,
Oh, tickle heart! into a glade,
And there, upon a violet blue,
In ecstacy the kiss tt laid.
The zephyr, sighing through the trees.
The flow’ret’s tender fragrance sips;
The kiss is wnfted on the breeze,
And finds a home upon my lips.
And now. whene'er your face I see
I feel oppressed by weight of debt.
To think I’ve kept your kiss with me
So long, and not returned it yet.
It has deprived me of my bliss—
Has caused my throbbing heart to
Say but the word, and I the kiss
With compound interest will return.
|Gen Jackson’s VVU.
Savannah, July 10.—The appraise
ment, of the estate of Gen. Henry R.
Jackson was filed in court of ordinary
yesterday. The value of all of the real
estate owned by him. according to the
appraisers, Is 5189,075, and of personal
property $241,894.29, or a total of $421,-
969.29. Gen. Jackson owned some of the
choicest pieces of real estate around
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fPiiuatP'** w»aud. ta*rri*d Frw.
n * ■ iirtft. H.iat<3#ns !l«*' »**. a»* R#*' K.t*"-, P. r Pal*. Ilft-
R&tCSt itor...- *.. . « KNT-A-WORII. Va "au" n*
(<w k*a ih*a I* «*ww
WANTED—A POSITION Aft (\«K
hy « competent colored man. Hav*
rooks# for prtval* fumllt-a and In res
taurant*. Very heat of rof -renc** John
Brooks, ewr# Th* H-rald. July H
A MCTTLKD WHITE WOMAN
want* a poaltlon aa h'<ua«llMp*r. ,*ook
or ftvry kind of work that I* JkonftSftMe.
Addrsaft M ,UA Jackauo atreet.
WANTED—nV* GOOD SOUCITOBS
lor In dustrial Inaursoi•• !.-•
tract. Call at truer! 1221 Brdhd strewt.
city. July 1«
CREAM—CREAM AT *4 JACKSON BT.
VERY CHEAP— Platolft, gun*, must,
cal Instrument*; watrhaa almost glv»a
away, al One!* Law’a.
VOR SALE CHEAP—A PAIR OP
young horse*. Will work double or
single. C. H Howard. Jr., at Howard
A Wlllet Drug Co. June 28 ts
FOR BALE Oil KENT-HOUSE OF 7
rooms on Ltnroln stteet. in good ren
dition. on eaay terms. Wm. Schwelgert.
I WILL PELL VERY REASONABLY
o lot of aerond hand door*, blind*,
sash and wooden column*. Call for T.
j j>oly, Oliver How, Monument street,
and he will show and prioe them. Ja
cob Phlnlry, Augusta, Oft. Aug X
FOR RENT —FROM OCT. 1. W»8. THE
dwelling No. 622 Kill# street. Apply
to Jacob Phlniay. Aug 1
LOST AND FOUND
STTRAYKD-MILCH COW, WHITE
and black; horned; from 824 Camp
hell street. Return and get reward.
July 11 _____
LOST—AFRICAN PARROT. SLATE
colored with red tall. Escaped yes
terday morning. Suitable reward to
finder upon return to me. P. J. Bulii
vun. Aug *
A POSITION FOR 85c. THE INTER
STATE Agency has 500 positions to
flit by August Ist. Salary *15.65 per mo.
Address Interstate Agency, St. aiai
thevvs, S. C. Box 18-
SUMMER COURSE OSBORNES BU
SINESS COLLEGE—FuU commercial
course reduced from 150 to 135. Short
hand and typewriting *45. Boys and
girls from 15 years and up taken.
June 11 ts _______
WANTED—A LIMITED NUMBER OF
pupils for the summer, beginning Ju
ly 11. For terms apply to John L. Ir
vine, Jr., Richmond Academy. Julyo
ROOM AND BOARD AT WATERLOO,
S. C.. at $5.00 per wee* Short dis
tanee from Springs. Mrs.* C. Wold.
'June 22 Monwedfrl
WANTED TO PURCHASE —A SMALL
retail drug business. Address Drug
gist, care Herald. July 14
WANTED FOR HIS FEED FOR TWO
months—A gentle horse. If satisfac
tory may purchase. Apply A. 8., Her
ald office. July 12
Hallock Cottage on Monte
Sano- A new cottage of 4
rooms, Pantry, Bath and
Kitchen. Two Lots weM lo
cated; high elevation; long
time; 7 per cent interest.
CLARENCE E. CLARK,
Real Estate, 532 Broad Street.
JULY I 1
Dr. Frank Mckk, Fr silent Cent Ist
ROOM* 418, 47 4- AND 41* DYRP
BVILDINO. Taka elrvalor. R|>*r a.
att»nilon given to orthadenture. oral
Surgery; Crown and Bridge work.
Office Mutual Beal Estate and Building
Augusta, G# , Judy ft, I»M.
THE REGCLAtI MONTHLY INHTAL.
MUST of tbt* Aaaorfeti.itl la dtic and
payable. MONDAY, July 11th.
By order of the Preaideni.
W. C. JONES. Secretary.
REGULAR QUARTERLY MEET!NO
of the Confederate Survivor*’ A«at
elation. Pimp 425. IT. C. V’., will ba
bold at M;iaoclr Hall 4th* large hall)
rft MONOtY, JULY UTH. at 8:li p.
m. Every man la expr<-ted to attend,
a* fins' nrrangemcf ts for going to tha
Atlanta reunion will ba made and
other Important businesa transacted.
By order SALEM DUTCHER.
Geo. W. McLaughlin,
THE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE
atorkhcblrra of the Augusta Il -JaS
Furnishing Company will be held at
the Young Mer.'a Cbrlstlnn Associa
tion hell at 8;S0 p. m-, TOMORROW,
JI’LY 12TH. A full attendance ia re
quested. E B. PILOHER.
Sec't’y and Tieas.
Special Excursion Train
Augusta To Charleston. S.. C„
MONDAY, JULY 18TH, ISS*.
*I.OO ROUND TRIP.
If you want to enjoy yourself and hove
a nice day out of the city, go to Char
leston on Moss & Stoy’s excursion. It
will not cost you much and you can see
the 800 'United States soldiers and all
the latest Improved gutis of Uncle Sam.
You can visit the "Isle of Pines,” a
new pleasure resort 10 mile’ from
Charleston, reached by the Electric cars
—besides other sites of interest all
around Charleston. Train leaves Au
gusta 6:45 a. m., arrives tn Charleston
at 11 a. m.: returning, leave Charleston
10 p. m. Only four stops. Tickets em
sale at L. A. Gardeile’s Drug Store,
Rice & O’Connor's, opposite monument,
The Augusta Factory Drug Store and
» - - "" «
Have Something to
Sell That is Used
By the Farmers,
t N !
The best way to reach
is through the columns of
* A Paper that circulates
goes into thousands of homes
in Georgia and South Caro?
Lina every week.
O. -A.- EOBBE,
: STEAM AND GAS FITTER.
AI! work given prompt attention by first
class workmen. A utomatic Sprinkler w ork
oapeciaity. We have Hose tor sprinkling
|h e street atall prites. Call and see tilerr.
Uncle Sam’s Navy, Port
folio No. 8, just received
at Herald Office.