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We will have to corf all General To
Hobson Is at once a corker anil a
sinker. , 4 % '1
The popular loan was popular enough
to suit the moat fastidious.
Carranza left Canada under protest,
but you notice that he left.
It takes a brave man to confess that
there Ie nothing to do but surrender.
If yot» want the largest number of
readers for your ad., put It in The Her
Just listen at The Johnston Monitor:
“ Til remember the Maine,' said the
“Valdosta's - midsummer 'carnival Is
now in full sway and southwest Geor
gia is radiant.
Hew happy Porto Bico should be at
the prospect that General Miles will be
Its governor general.
Ex-Queen Lili will toll not, neither
will she spin, under the present regime,
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baaw hmw* dtwfratvtol acaiia* la tb*
Mraato wnhia <to p*M tow day*,
fiwn to tirkaa tha pwopla tor* with
tha volttoiaat army. Of eoaraa. ail tha
1 attMiar* are hot *o Tha diagtbtafai
j roadart la rtb biicd oaly by • tolhortty
I of the irnrm*. w* hope- bat thaaa ara
' enough rowdiaa to totoy ahaaaa to tto
who la tore*.
''That* *hoaM ha aoroa cloa* rwtraia
placad na tto troop* Mtrtct. torah
diartyllaa alon* will control auch rL>-
arhtra. Tto cooMMMtor* ahould to lag
tto haavy toad of wartlai amhorit;
"If lb* natal of tto regiment* In
f"totl*«toa t* a fair *ampi* of tna
spirit of tto army at larga, God halp
tto SpaMMd* to Santiago and Habana
Theta will be area** aaoctad to tha
captured town* that would shoe* Wry■
tor h<«r»#li "
The glc ry arhlavad by the Amrr'eie
•oldtort on to* field of battle tbould
my. ba t.ntitobed by tha tootut tr of
thair cntidoct el»ewhere ft it hope)
that we have beard thr lait of lire**
Wr believe that the action of the di
rector* of the Auguata Lyceum la de
riding to hold tto count# hereafter It,
tto Maaonic hall will meet with gen
There Is no dtogutolng the fart that
the member* were not a* well pleased
with a*t year'a course aa during pre
vious year* A great deal of tto dla
•atltfactlon waa attributable to ifet
fact that tto *ntrrtalament* were not
gtvrn In thr hnme-llkr atmosphere of
the Maaonir hall, with whfen tto Ly
ceum *4*d been Identified ever ilnce ti*
Practically (peaking there I* a* much
•eating capacity In tto Masonic ball aa
there la tn the opera house, with the
exception of tha upper gallery. The
•eat* In that altitude naturally were
not popular and on very few. if any,
occasions, were there more people In
tho opera house than had been In Ma
Tho latter will aeat 6RO people com
ftotably. It has therefore been deter
mined to limit the membership to 526,
each member receiving two ticket* for
each performance. A few seats will
be sold at the door to non-members to
fill up any vacancies for a given even
The Hat of lecturers and musicians
decided upon by the directors, as pub
lished tn yesterday's Herald, should
forestall all criticism at the beginning.
The list docs not consist of experimen
tal numbers. Men of acknowledged
ability have been Invariably chosen,
while the nature of the entertainments
are such as to appeal in turn to nit
The first number Is etlll nearly three
months off, but the Indications are that
during next winter we will have the
most brilliant course In the history of
the Augusta Lyceum.
Since the membership Is limited to
325, It will be necessary to speak early
In order to secure tickets. The books
ure already opened at the office of
Treasurer Jones and all the tickets will
soon bo disposed of.
GERMAN AND AMERICAN FLEETS.
The Herald referred yesterday to the
ability of the American fleet to put to
fight the Teutonic tubs of the Kaiser,
If It ever became necessary for the two
countries to come to conclusions.
The statement was not id.e bluster,
patriotic but easily punctured. It waa
Germany has 81 armored ships, while
the United States has 33. the German
being armed with 422 guns, while the
Americans have 631. We have 33 un
armored cruisers to their 32, ours hav
ing 561 guns to their 460. Only to tor
pedo boms do they us, in the ra-
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brass, tot tto Wataaw'h la t.iaa boaa
haavta* ta««ah M to ♦ toi to haraa j
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saawfc'* It Tto ana* giant* of tha las
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baa*, ta tto Biasairck* I tod. That
laat itaas. wtth tto gttf. aalUas tto
gaaatloa to taysfiariti ta favor to tha
Uattad Stataa abtp.
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tat him aba
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Tto long coal as* ta ovar aad Xaatit
|go to* fallaa. That lawd look ad tor
j hor aa tto atMttora roast to Cato has
I baag tto ragtra to lalrrvH aver atfiea
It waa d*a( natorrd that Carvara'*
myatartoaa Saai had foaad rtouga
l-vrhaaa ttorv baa ato tot ta «wf
rra tl»*a a pawn*, for tto aaslaty
•ad aacartalaty which prwvailad dur-
I lag tto partod when no on* knew Jnai
where tha wtly admiral tod lauded
Today to would to at Curaroa. tomor
row at Martinique and tto arxt day at
(to Capa Verda Islands. Thera waa
•omrtbing uoraeny shout tto altua
jrirat. Commodore Schley aaoartatord
that tto phantom fleet waa really In
Santiago lnformation which was
twice confirmed by that gallant doutb
Carolinian, Limit. Victor Blue.
Then ram* tto measured movement
towards this aamc-saka city of the
patron taint. “On to Hantlago!” be
came the battle-cry. And around it*
precinct* have hero enacted aeenea
which will ablne with undlmmed lus
tra when current events bava been em
balmed Into history. Tto short, sharp
engagement of the Isolated marines at
Guantanamo, tto daring dash of tha
Rough Riders Into tha ambush where
an outnumbering force awaited them;
the fierce hurricane of fire and sword
through which they passed during the
first three day* of tba present month;
—all culminating In that magnificent
sea duel In which Cervera’s fleet waa
swept away like thistle-down. This la
a history which will not soon be for
gotten. and It Is not yet a month since
the Inveatmrni of Santiago began.
American aoldlera and aailora have
demonstrated their valor beyond all
further question. They have challenged
the admiration of the whole world.
In view of that fare. It la a matter of
gratification that Santiago has fallen
without further blood-shed. To have
resumed the bombardment of the city
would have meant the loss of some Uvea
on our aide, no doubt, but at the same
Ume It would have meant practically
the annihilation of the city, the citizens
and the garrison of Santiago. Let us
thank God that the necessity for such
an ordeal has been averted.
Whether Blanco will now surrender
la a matter of some doubt, but tha
probabilities are that he will not. He
Is bull-headed and proud. We shall
now have to turn our forces against
Porto Rico and against
the mother country Itseir, unless the
home government comes to Its senses
and pleads for peace.
Lieutenant Isaac Newell, Twenty-
Second United States regulars, under
General Lawton, has been with the ad
vance column ever since our troops lan
ded at Santiago. Much interest m his
welfare has been expressed by his
friends in Milledgeville, especially du
ring the memorable Friday battle.
Captain A. B. Scott, Thirteenth regi
ment, late commandant of college ca
dets, in Milledgeville. was wounded in
The Johnston Monitor says: "George
Tillman could knock down and drag
out about a dozen of the brainless or
conscienceless crew of politicians who
are trying to create (be impression that
he is too feeble to attend tp the duties
of governor. Tillman’s strictly origi
nal method of skinning some of their
pgt political cats Is the occasion for the
misrepresentation concerning his phys
ical strength. We hope the voters of
this state will not be deceived by such
flimsy, falsehoods.” L( , ,
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! Is rash.
Ceverra, Is rrmark ng that 'Sailor*
I *ra always g'Stkmea." gins a very
i pretty Itttla Umawrt on hi* own coal.
I trot to daaereva IL
•leva Craag otmfa**** that to waa
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'to tto Span Lards After nth rasdor.
; much esa to forgive*.
It dors seem strange that tha south•
era troop* ara sot a*at to tto front
sal yet when hoatUltlaa began the cry
•real up that the aotiib would have lo
ito all Ito fighting
A beautiful park oa tto alia of tto
••ttUag basin would he a Qod-srnd to
i tto residents of that part to (to etty
and reflect tto highest credit upon the
Judgment and tuoaldera* ion of those
who established it.
A small ad la The Harald get* more
readers and ta a totter money maker
than a small ad. la any other paper. R
I* also worth more than an ad. twir*
Its alae to another paper, because It
has twice as many readers.
8t Matthew’s. 8. C- Cotton la small
Yorkvilla. 8. C. Crop outlook ta
Floresvlll*. Tex. There are com
! plaints of boll weevil.
The temperature to the cotton belt
yesterday was 64 to 76.
England. Ark. Outlook for cotton
to thta lection waa never belter.
Brawl on, Ala. Cotton prospect tn
this county Is the best for many
. Tift on, Ga. Since we bad rain, cot- 1
ton has come out surprisingly, and wpj
will have a fair to good crop.
Rockdale. Tex. lt la generally be
lieved that more cotton will be realized
on the same acreage than laat year. .
There was a heavy mill Tuesday at !
Camden, S. C., and a light rain at Hen
dersonville, N. C., and Blackvllle, S.
W'TWtC < 'J-pv^-lfTfikW
Evergreen, Ala. There has been \
marvelous Improvement In cotton since
we have bad rain, and the crop as a
whole Is very promising.
People who have been through Texns
say that from personal observations,
and from facta gleaned from reliable
sources, they believe the crop this sea
son will be more abundant than for
Columbus. Ga. Prospect for a good 1
crop could hardly be better. The only !
danger we can see now is a sudden
change to hot dry weather, which!
w..uld be Injurious to the plant In its
present sappy condition.
Foolish—A main who imagines be un
Matrimony—The destroyer of many
Idiots—Harmless people who have Im
pediments In their thoughts.
Conversationalist A person who can
talk without saying anything.
Impulse Something that makes a
girl want to try on another girl's new
A man In Virginia rode forty miles to
Fairfax Station for the express purpose
of getting Chamberlain's Cough Rem
edy, and took home wtth him a dozen
bottles of the medicine. The druggist,
who relates the incident, adds: “Your
remedy seems to be a general favorite
wherever known.'i Its effects are In
deed wonderful in'all lung and throat
troubles. Procure a.bottle at Alexander
Drug A Seed Co., C. R. Parr, of Bell
Tower Drug Store.
A pawnbrokers shop is always a place
of interest. £
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tabor, tr m (ttMltelK* and frot* aerial I
I ladalgeacro; tbe real wtock rvtlevro tke I
Itlted Mr tent troey brotne Ttaa reel I
ran sot ka foaad at tke regular rammer j
resort, • tie tv mirth and merriment told j
, toll easy. * here social fprott are 1
see* and vkttr tto gay daatef* nightly I
i tn* the light fantastic t«* until tto I
I wee etna' tours. The surrounding* of I
like fa ah I unable summer resort are SUM
irondorlve ta health and rest, la my
hamM* opinion the Ideal resort t* as*
shir* aoffnts tw grealeat benefit* ta
lone's tired *yst#m end at the same
time eappllro all needed recreation and
amasemeots. dach a resort la Porter
Apr la*, tto queen of lb* mountains.
Rome writer boa truthfully aald. *M '
'made the country and man made tto ;
|towa.” M tto reader* of your paper 4r.
latre a verification of this adage, let
them eteel away from their home* in
:lto torrid city and spend a few day* at
’Porter Springs, 0a.., the quean of the
I moonteins. whoso thrn* Is at the baee
of the Blue Ridge Ist Lumpkin county
Everywhere throughout thl* far-famed
sect ton are evidenc e* of tha work of
lOod'e own hand. Tt..• hill*, which *eem
'eternal, lift ttotr emerald-hued creel*
far out Into tha empyrean blue, up
among the fieecy, flying cloud*: the
lmurmurtng brook*, whose limpid wa
ters are a* clear and crystal aa the my
thological pool into which fabled Nar
rlaoua gat' d. In the day* when the earth
wa* young,” wend their way down *un
klaard vslleya and Mope* to the bcautl
:ful Cheetotee and the ever-complatntng
I Chattahoochee: the wood*, tmaoved hy
| mountaineer'.- axe. retain thetr pristine
perfection; the w hole landscape, blend
iing In a beautiful, pleasing and pictur
esque panorama of the products of
God'* own creative genius and power
Nestling In tiw heart of thl* Piedmont
paradise, at the foot of Cedar Ridge
and Stone Pile, elands the queen of
the mountain* the hotel and cottagra
owned and operated by Col. Henry P.
I Farrow. Galneavtlla's present popular
land versatile postmaster, who 1* ansiat
led by hi* charming wife, whose prro
lence at the hotel I* a aource of great
j pleasure to the guests who visit this
famous resort annually. Just below the j
.hotel, a few hundred feet to the tight,
j bubble forth from the base of the
I mountain* two cold ypvWiga.on* strong
ly impregnated with Iron and other
| minerals, and the other of pure free
!alone, aa delightful water aa wa* ever
I quaffed by mortal map. Here eternal
Iqufetude reigns. No rumbling train, no
Jostling crowds, nor busy marts disturb
.the Sabbath like solitude of this #e-
I eluded apot. In this sea of quiet one
I may steep his sou! during these torrid
1 (toys and troublous times, away from
1 the noise and heat and confusion of
city life, "fnr from the maddening
crowd* Ignoble strife, ” amid the
mountain flowers, the stings of soaring,
singing birds and under shadowy
I clouds, surrounded by all the blessings
and privileges lavished by the prodigal
hand of a beneficent God! To thl* Mec
ca of the mountains, as regularly as
the Mohammedan wends his way to
ward the Holy City, a band of pilgrims
turn their faces as the summer suns
wax hot In the lands further south
from Galveston, New Orleans, Blrming
iham. Montgomery, Savannah, Bruns
wick. Atlanta and many other smaller
cities and towns,these summer sojourn
ers come each recurring year here, to
rest end drink of the famous waters,
I which, like the fabled "fountain of
; youth.” gives new life and vigor to all
i who partake thereof. The table fare is
‘excellent at Porter Springs. The cli
mate is delightfully cool, The altitude
Is three thousand feet above sen level,
one thousand feet higher than Lookout
mountain, and the highest point in
Georgia. As an Ideal summer resort,
none can be found which Is superior
to Porter Springs, the queen of the
C. M. FITRLOW.
H»n. C. B. Bush, president of the
Gilmer County (W. V.) Court, save
that he has had three cases of flux In
his family, during the past summer,
which he cured in less than a week
with Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy. Mr. Bush also
states that in some instances there
were twenty hemorrahges a day.—
Glenvllle, W. V.. Pathfinder. This rem
edy has been used in nine epidemics
! 0 f flux and one of cholera, with perfect
success. It con always be depended up
on for bowel complaint, even in its
most severe forms. Every family should
keep it at hand. The 25 and 50 cent bot
tles for sale by Alexander Drug & Seed
Co., C. R. Parr, of Bell Tower Drug
The Australian aborigines are now
ranked bp ethnographers as fifth or
sixth in the list of so-called natural
to.'. -1-'—— 1
Shipped fey miatakN
and must Dm told at
YOURS AT— N
“Good Taste Apparel.”
1 ‘/jL ft* ■■*-***d
Soda on Ice
© Glasses on Ice
Sy| Syrups on Ice
Ice on Ice
We use only very cold Ice and very
wet water. *0 that we have unusual
attractions to offer to the hot and tiro
ary. 5 cents to all alike.
S Hathorn /
\ Water j
S Flush shipment direct from V
\ (spring. Dciij(UtfOi morning /
1 wattr. /
S Roll <
/ Toilet Paper /
f Pert quality 10 cents—3 for f
V 25 cants. \
\ Seeds For S
/ Summer Cardens »
7 Fresh Tnmlp »nd Hut* Bag**. J
l Henn*. Corn, Cabbege and all %
f olhsr Heeds. Catalogue free— v
v fend fork. /
> AlmoderOrßir&Seed Co. £
( 706 BROAD BT. )
A practical, simple and X
efficient Home Exerciser, ya. • (A
onespecially adapted for ]ri
ladies and children, but \ f\\
ai the same time can be jrypsii V '
profitably used by the
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Richards & Shaver
From September 1 st next,
office 739 Reynolds St.,
next to Exchange building.
Apply to W. H. WARREN,
828 Oreene Street.
ATICIfIT TTm?|oOdays; Dakota official and
A HNliljU Hi attorner: Burke, Eastern
office. N. Y. Life Building,
nTVfIRPE'i N- Y. Legality insured;
uliUiluxlU consultation Free. Write.
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PROF. P.M. WHITMAN,
209 7lh St., AnjSßSti, Ga.
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tight, »«...(. Ik* prupwt glaasa* ato WaJ«-
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CliilireD’s Bair Cnt
while the weather is warm
HICKEY’S BARBER SHOP
Abo tiro HICKEY 8 MALIC
IIAIUALINK for the HAIR.
For Sale By All Druggists.
M■ IV SAWS. RIBS.
BRISTLE TWINE, BABBIT, Ao.,
KOk ANY MAKE OF (JIN
i ENGINES, BOILERS AND PPFSSES
1 And It 'pair* fnr mma Hhaftlnf.
i Belttn*;, lujector# I’tpo#. V%Jyc* and KUUngm.
LOMBARD IRON KOMIS i SCPI'Lf CO,
HAVE ARRIVED AT PORT.
A large cargo of shirts, the sixth ex
pedition from New York, to Augusta,
ha* Just arrived. Dollar goods, with
two collars snd cuffs with eech shirt,
to go at 50 cents. Our shirts ore so
popular they won’t stay with ua and
we have to dirpatcb weekly for more.
Thea are the beat of the season. See our
patriotic suspender*, the ’talk of the
t OWB F. O. MERTINS.
924 Broad St.
r.jf You Want to Make Money,
t Move in the Company of Thora •
\ Who Are flaking Money.*^
SOUND ADVICE FROM A SU&s
CESSFUL FATHER TO HIS *
SON STARTINQ OUT
1 i :i
ADVERTISERS WHO USE THE HER*}
ALD i.iK'l KKk?ULX6.
WHY NOT GET IN THEIR COMPANY.!
Paine, Murphy & Co.
BG3 FeynoMs st=TelepliOßß I hew-.s*
liiViiU Lfaerci W ires I>ix«*ct to New York
Ciiicago #pd Kew Orlean3.
Orders Fixecuted over our wires for
Cotton. Stocks, Bonds, Grain and Pro.
visions for c«sh or on margins. Bocal
securities bough: and sold. References
—National Exchange Bank cf August#,
or Mercantile Agencies.
NEXT TIME YOU HAVE
Land’s Headache Capsules
Made Only By
HOWAJID & WILLETT DRUG CO.