Close Oil tlie Balance of Girdles od Ham
mmmVU rKt 1 in *
S 3 00. $4. $5. #6 and $7.00 Ones
Your Pick for $1 and $2. |
LEWIS J. SCHAUL, jeweler.
ia Swr*t«ii Mudr ia Um San of
LXTSEATKSOII IT HOII
NEW UPRIGHT PIANOS
• 149 UP
SECOND HIND SQUIRES
Parlor Organa 539 up
Socond Hand %IO up
m.L UIl or MtTatCAL OOOM AT
. BOTTOM rail's*.
Thomas & Barton,
W H. HARRIOTT. Ihwlw,
71* Broadway. Augueta. On.
AH of the County Officer* There Have
Spartanburg. A. fL, July Id.—AO in*
eUtule for nolored teacher* la now In
prngfeaa il ilia <fif. conducted by I’rof
Mafid*. na*i*«# by R. M Alexander,
•ft net pal of tbn total «ntrt*d aehool
Tie court of notumotj plena oaovtd
off very alowly Monday, only one caar
(*i maturing » Jury being tried- Th »f
nr 1 email money demand.
Oi:r c? the IfMIMNI notion case*
«•« railed, but ronttaned until the N >*
vember term One of thee# cnaca ba*
1e- n appealed and another heard l<y
t!i« maatar If in the hand* of Jud*e
Kit ;h. It era* derided io pul no more
In 'he mill at preaent, lr»t It lx* choked.
Tberounly Democratic executive
committee ura* In session Monday
Stanyartu> Wliaon wa» the chairman,
ind he aeemrd quite at home among
the boyn. The candidates bava ar
ranged for about a doaen meeting* In
the county. It waa thought at one time
J. 11LLER WALKER
that two or three of the candidates
would have no opposition, but there Is
going to be a contest for evory office.
J. I. Burnett will oppose J. J. Gentry
for probate Judge. A. F. Barton Is go
ing to give W. L. Epps a tussle for the
:reaeurer’» office. B. B. Chapman,
who has been county school superin
tendent for several years, will have
two opponents, Joseph llallenger and
ft. A. Brock*. There will be about fif
teen candidates for the Legislature be
fore* (he doors are closed.
The weather has been such as would
chill the morrow of the whole Jarudyte
family. Sunday an east wind sprang
up and has continued every hour since
that time. Monday night It rattled
away at the rate of twenty rnttes an
hour ond today the dust ts flying it! a
way that would do credit to March.
The men havr* brought out thoir dis
carded wool hats, and the women are
I titling on shawls and cloaks. Some
of them are sitting around fires. There
is tio sign of rain.
“NO OLD STOCK."
Price, $20.00 Up
820 Broad Street.
IS TO IIEUT. SPENCE
(*dHP. Aikii«— Hf Will El tit,
j |tm c*OMoie*6ao •• On fMw» N*t *•
At ;**ia Om Inly IP *■* G*»e*ttK>t j
I MtMM any* that tdntmsii ggenc*
I wilt hn • mnjtw tn Ik) Third Owsrgin
j r««im»ai and Id Mslsm is sn* him.
Wham the asnUee warn xenttowod fm
terdoy morning, ihn svrtraw mid
"Major ttttdhsw wtU k* ewmmtnstoneil
TrigUT w«» tgs taat appointed, and tin- ]
daagHafl *hal Isa taaa. lam glad *«
Anna n erta*** hawing Um war# o( hat
ltd ter n dsnjor ia lh* Third Oswrgin re-j
Ittmt. fam gratified ts know that
<ha rwftkmsi of tha ragimeat baa
made atsch good grugrana and I expert
m gd dowa ts OrttHi is ass tha hsys j
mm 1 hear aiaaa m*a are hoMiag
hark harauae they want ts as with
men who siperi ts get communion, ua j
drr <be nest rail 1 think tha aw nt
raadp nlkd will ana ns rated, bat I *>
am think nap sms wilt he needed ts
ig(n should ba aaoihar call, thorn aku >
are holding back »»* rspartlag to tan- -
der tham hereafter In order to get eom*
aiwtoni will he 41 angpotmed." Ma-1
Jar Ape ace's wound In la tha wiiat. A
email sleet rapped kslM from a Msuaer
rifle want through U. bat the wound is
not n ntry bad oae. and it la probable
that ha will ba ready tor da*y aooa
Tha Arrests of Whiskey Sellers Or- 1
derad By CoL Candler
On.. July Id.—Camp North** j
Is quiet and only routine work la be
ing dons, though (be companies are
rapidly filling up wHh the reerutta Out
daily arrive Dr. I* B Grandy wae
busy yesterday putting the new arrl-1
r*U through the examtastloua and uu- 1
packing hla hospital atorea. He Is well!
pleased with the auplplea rent him, aa
they embrace sheets, pillow caeca,
night nhtrti and other nereaaariea for
ihe comfort of any patient that ha.
might have. His work D btlng done
erith quickness and dlepatch.
Col. Candler ordered the arrest of a!
party who was suspected of selling
whisky la camp today and aaya that hej
will not allow It If he has to Issue tha
(-airants and have them served him
Three of rapt. Powell's companv
took French leave today and a detnll
from that command <v»» Bent in search
of them. They were from Dallaa, Oa..
and will he brought hack If possible.
Lieut. Kimbrough keeps very busy
trying to get his men In shape and
tliry are rapidly showing the effects of
drill and discipline. Floral new addl
tlons to his command came In today.
The camp Is very quiet and orderly.
RELIEF IN SIX HOUR*.
Distressing Kidney and Bladder Dis
ease relieved In alx hours by "New
Or,. a t South American Kidney Cure."
It ta a great surprise on account of Its
rxceedlng promptness tu relieving pain
In bladder, kidney* and back. In male
or female. Ilelievea retention of water
almost Immediately. If you want quia
relief and cure, this Is the remedy. Sold
by L. A. Sardelle, druggist, Augusta.
Oa.. 612 Broad street.
FOUND HIS FRIEND IN CAMP.
Prof. Hathla Has a Pleasant Expe.
Hence at Tampa.
Americua, Oa., July 16.—Several
weeks since when a regiment
of Illinois troop* passed through
Americua, Prof. J. E. Mathis, super
intendent of the city school*, was at
the depot. One of the soldier boy*
requested Prof. Mathis to mall a num
ber of letters «t the poatofflre for him.
and lor several minutes the two wens
engaged in pleasant conversation.
Quite recently Prof. Mathis went to
Tampa on a bualr.oaa trip, umd while
strolling near the camp one day came
upon tho soldier boy for whom he had
mailed the letters.
Prof. Mathis was so favorably Im
pressed with his young friend that he
invited him to dine at his hotel, and tn
the afternoon took him driving over
the city. The meeting In Tampa was
a most pleasant occasion, for both, and
each has found In the other a polished
gentleman and warm friend.
Tho young soldier boy was a news
paper man prior to Ills enlistment, and
quite recently wrote a glowing letter
to his paper of the many kindnesses
extended by his newly made friend la
MAY COriE TO AUGUSTA.
Colored Military Company Enthu
siastic Over the War.
It Is likely that the Columbus volun
teers, the colored military company.will
come to Augusta to toin the First Geor
gia colored regiment Instead of going to
Alabama. The following are the oll’.eer*
of the company:
First Lieutenant—H f. Humr roy.
Second Lieutenant—Charles John
First Sergeant—William Pitts.
Captain Davis and bis men are en
thusiastic over the prospers of gettin.r
into u>;Ul*l service- .
GEN. JOHN B. GORDON.
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will bm lotainl fa ilt* ettf 4ar A 4 tM
j Th# •n'form drvaa of th* Waff
wilt b# Um> usual Msrii Nfk cox.
pants and Ml hal. Ihmw sf lb# Waff
bslonglag lo naifnrwwri camp* wII
ssna# tla# kafu adopted by their rsgpec
IHw cam oa Each member of lb# staff
will h# expected to wear a wblta bast,
and *h# flatted Cos federate Veteran
badge no tha lap*! of hla coal, a tan a
badge which Will ba furnished by Capt
W, H. Harriwm. chairman of the com
mbtar no badges X Atlanta Oa. which
will tw a disLognirhing badge for tb#
commanding geaeral'e staff aad will be
worn bp Ml of tb# staff
Bp ordtr of
J. B Gordon.
Oeorg# Moortnaa. Adjt. Ota. and
Chief of Staff.
WHILE THE WAR LASTS
All who match, walk or aland, should
shake into IMt shoes Allen's Foot-
Ease. a powder. It cure* aching, tired,
■ore, gwollen feet .and makes tight of
new shoe* easy It abeorhs moisture,
ond prevents chafing, hot. smarting,
blistered, aweatlng feet. All the regular
army troop# and navy men use It. Vol
unteers in hot climate# east’! #xlet in
comfort without It. Allen's root-Ease la
■old by all druggist* and shoe stores
f*c. Samples sent rHEE Address Al
len B. Olmsted, L# Roy, N. f.
COL. JOHN UILnORE.
The Death of a Prominent Sanders
Sandersvitle. Oa.. July 16 —Col. Jmo.
N. Gilmore died at hi* residence at t
o'clork «. m. yesterday, aged *3 year#.
Col. Gilmore wm one of the oldest clt
lien* of BamlersvlUe. having located
la-re about fifty year* ago. He then
entered Into tho practice of law and
followed tho proft>s*loo until hla dt-aln.
He, at one time, represented the !6th
district In the alate senate, and was
mayor of this city for several years.•
and filled many other places of honor'
He leaves hla loving wife, his daugh
ter*—Misses Mary and Faille, Mrs. B.
F. Jordan of Atlanta and Mrs. Mertio
Kinsley of Buffalo, N. Y.,—his sons—
Harper, Ben and Horace—to mourn hla
death. They Indeed have the sincere
sympathy of a host of friends.
E. H. 3.
Successful competition in any field depends on physical health.
|*_ ii ■?, ILI •* asked.
I—— Ml Shall women rote? Shall they practice law?
1 Tfittei n Shall they compete with men in every field?
> VVliatevcr woman's mission may finally be de
'l SlB clared to be. it is certain that something
(T\ I gT/JBmust be done for her physical health.
\) J- w ttMi-t- —[yU Ignorance, superstition and mystery sur-
Pe-ru-na and two ot Man-a-lin. I feel like a new woman. When I commenced
taking Pe-ru-na I could hardly walk across my room; now I am doing my own
work and can walk to church. I shall never cease to thank you for prescrib
ing for me. I had beeu under the treatment of two doctors bui, never received
any benefit until I commenced taking .your medicine. 1 wisjfi every woman
who was suffering as I was would send for one of your books. May God bless
you and spare you many years to relieve women who are suffering as I was.”
Fifty thousand women will be counselled and prescribed for Ijiis year free of
charge by Dr. Hartman, president of the Surgical Hotel, CritUmbus, 0. All
women suffering from any disease of the mucous membrane',' or any of the
peculiar ills of women, may write to him and the letters will receive his
personal attention.® Write for special question blanker women.
THK AUGUSTA HERALD
BMPg*k •##* •* ■*••
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left isttUMlta **»;•»*» ff
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THE NEGRO COOK
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The DM Ml Jott Hg% tog Caataeaed *•
Jaaap. JMy It - Mr. A B Way *»
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1 hfrAltfA** r «*f'*4»* A*<m»A4 %f fIMM
|tmk, • i**» fMLwB •*
j g-agga that they hat her* mies.aa
email things alwat the hnaa* aad lh*
M JaH having luafebesd to Ihe crime
Dr Ta'ty • mlag «w»ry effort to save
bIPCOVKHKD BT A WoklAH.
A tint hpf |M| 4iATAY<HTy AAA Inphi
•ana «*#. uodcrmbw* and death ea rn
ed Imminent For three otouth* eh*
roughrd m -trr-*'r t ' could not
■mep Phc gnnlly discovered a way ta
recovery by purchaetna of u* a bottle
at Dr King's New Discovery for Vnu
sumptlon and w«s no much relieved «si
utlnff tn* nr»t ** ir*Ai rw **•*
n i»h*. ind tHfe Iwa MIM h**
nbeolutely rurerff Her name ta Mr*
Lather Lula Thu* write* W. C. Ham.
mkt * C*.. *f Bhetby. N C Trial bot
tle* Wr at Howard * Wlllrfa drug
at,,m Regular star 16c and *IW Every
A ORAND SLHXESS.
The Picnic of Which AM Efho Ma*
iffperial to The Herald.)
Elho. 8. C., July It.—Th* Oooee Preid
pltulc on Thuraday wa# a grand auc-
K©##a. Visitor* from Charieatoo, Augu*-
; tn, Aiken and other point* were too
numerous to mention. Th* hall at Wtl
listoi) In Ihe evenln* wa* a area# U*
be long remembered. The sweet stratus
[of music ueased between tb* hours of
1 an<l 1 o'clock, when each oa# aepa
rated to seek their destination, regret
ting that this pleasure ta not repeated
more than once a year.
Mlea Luc lie rtilllp*. after a charm
ing vlatt to Denmark, returned on
Ml** Birdie Matheka. of Rlarkvllle,
I* visiting Mr*. M. *. Llrobrtck
The many friend* of Mr. l*on Btan
eell will regret to learn that he has
Miss Minnie Moore, owe of Augus
ts'* Charming girls, la visiting Mr*. N.
'•'Mis* Clara Johnston returned from
’’ The Baptist protracted meeting will
commence here on tomorrow nwd also
at Mt. Calvary.
Bears the I,w Hw * i * a ' s
Hon. B'llllam H. Davis, the young,
handsome, and talented solicitor gen
eral of the Augusta circuit. Is here In
attendance uqon the congressional con
vention. He is quartered rp the Pu
laski. Mr. Davis' home ts In Waynes
round woman's delicate organism. Heroic
effort* to endure pain ia part of woman's
creed. Many women’s lives are a constant
struggle with lassitude; many are violently
ill without apparent cause, and few indeed
are in normal health.
This is fill wrong and might be different
if women would follow Dr. Hartman's ad
vice. Perhaps the most practical printed
talk to women to be found anywhere is in
Dr. Hartman's book called “ Health and
Beauty,” which the Pe-ru-pa Medieine Co.,
Columbus, 0., will mail free to women
only. It is certain that Dr. Hartman s
Pe-ru-na has proved a perfect boon for
women's diseases of the pelvie organs. It
treats them scientifically and cures them
•permanently. AU druggists sell it.
“I received your book and commenced
the use, of your medieine at once,” writes
Mrs. H. D. Amoss of Greensboro, Ga., to
Dr. Hartman. “ I took five bottles of
NEWS FROM CAMP.
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IM roof)# or# r*ry Mory ta tilt* «m4y
tauftfry A tilt wpm ov#rlnrtt In (If
ms# * etlemao frAVpliflff (till in ft)( 1
nl/ w » %, RWFOIttB |(g(rH«p wn ™ I
country who met a backwoods lad on I
hors*hark As they *eee Journeying tu j
the earn* direction they fell lu logethef
and <b* roaveraatioa soon turned oa
ho ram 11 *** then that the traveler
the discovery lh*' «b «•»■» of
pe Mat* horseshoes were unused. In
fact, the young countryman had never
beard of (hem. and expreaaed great eor
prta* at th* Information, and Inalated |
og dismounting and examining ihe i
shoes on hla companion a horse. The j
reason of tbl* to. ot course, the deep,
flat sand which cover* the whole land.
Th# heavy ralne here would ba much
harder on the mew If 16 were not fori
Ibis saod. which absorb* lh* water sal
fast aa It fall*, except who* there ta a j
continuous rata, a* I* tha past four
Musician Pukall ta on guard sad all
th* boys give him a hearty cheer, aa be
sound* the mess call. Pukall Is one of
the beat bugler* la the regiaient and
Company C feel* proud of him.
Wagoner Evans and Corporal Jack
son gave a dinner party ts thoir quar
ters this morning, at which were prea
ent, besides themselves. Privates Car
let ot Waynesboro; Sledge, of Augus
ta, and Kidgeiey. also of August*, but
with Co. 8., of Savannah. This dinner
was the moat enjoyable and one of the
,moat “Brilliant aortal functions In the
.hlstoTy of our onmpany, and being
highly delighted with their boat*. Ev
n«a la rapidly recovering from hie re
c*nt Ulncaa. and the doctor say* there
ta no doubt of bli early and complete
Corporal Oatea haa charge of a squad
of recruits and drill* them several
hours every day. Hto men are fast be
coming one of the beat drilled squad*
among the new men.
Private Tilley, of Co. H., has been
appointed regimental chaplain, with
the rank of major. He gives one of his
good, rommon aenfe talks at tho Y. M.
C. A. tent every night.
The recruits, of which there are thir
teen In Co.’C, and twelve In Co. E. are
having tbelr accountnements Issued to
them as fast as the quatermaeter's de
partment can handle them and In a
few days they will be supplied with a
complete outfit. The regimental quar
termaster has been obliged to have one
or two extra men detailed to help him
for a few day*, to keep up with the
rush. The recruits are faring better
In the matter of clothes than the first
comers, for the first requisition made
by the regimental quartermaster was
according to regulations, which has
certain proportions of sixes to men, and
for only the exact number of enllsfcd
men; and few men got clothes to fit
them wall. There have been several
requisitions made for stores since then,
and the new men have a large stock
from which to select. The goods are
much better than those first issued
It is said that Col. Brown haß made
requisition for the Krag-Jorgensen ri
fles for the Second Georgia regiment
and that the whole Fourth army corps
will be furnished with theh. If this is
done it no doubt means an early move
to scenes of action for us. The requi
sition for hand Instruments has been
made and the members of the band are
anxiously awaiting their arrival, but
no more impatiently than the men.
Sergeant Will Hackett has just re
turned from a three days’ guard duty
In Port Tampa, and reports a very
pleasant time spent there. The men all
dislike guard duty at camp, but when
there is a call to go to Tampa or the
Port. Tnere are plenty of men willing
To exchange places with the fortunates
chosen, sometimes for a consideration
not easily refused. *
CUT THIS OUT
■ writ* yrur Advert tMMVHmt t n thl% Ha HR **te
amount hrtrtMfy Id i>«Y »or a* «v«r y .tvMtr
«• VOU WAfif. Bffti tfi ttl* t f •it or
no net (t to THB HEi'ALO. J ’
TO me At 6*l M A MLRAt D
f‘iooie insert the auvertnement written
below - - ttmei In your * WANT” column*, I
tor which you will find enclosed I - —cents
SIGN HERS- --
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!ri <*« 'tr w#s.«d-
have blood A- - -ner a exprcsaroai la j
pane rough srewsis ta. "That ta hstach
talk.*' Aad ohra a man wish** to •■-
pres* great surprise, he slug* oat.
- . _ ...with a at rone
I e*tw- * *
etrea* oa tb* "ffwat." aad "good*#**
almost inaudible. A person who has
laa.y aeeu thee* men la taeir sertoua.
every-day haslaess Ilf# la Auguata
| would hardly beltar* them capable of
the boytshaeae evidenced every mo
meat of their stay hat.
Lieat Bryaa. who to officer ot lh*
I guard today, ia spoke* of XI nt-’t lh*
| ramp aa Ihe west aoM erly aad heed
-omest ntfic-e la the regiment Hr to a
great favorite among all the men.
Sergeant Wright, who ta XIII la the
division hospital, ta an attn-h Im
' proved that he paid «a a vlatt this
I morning. He la still obliged to use
crutches but hopes toon to be able to
walk without them.
Wagoner Evans haa received his
! honorable discharge for diaabtiKy and
will leave tha ramp tonight or tomor
row morning. A big hole will be left
by him and there la uo recruit who
will ever fill hla place. He accepted
this discharge on account of heurl
■>o*e. which developed einc* hla arrival
Private Foeter will aleo leave, hi*
discharge having coma.
Tb# police equad. under Corporal
Jackson, 1a busy ditching the street to
drain off the water after rain*. Thie
Improvement was badly needed and
will no doubt leasan the umnuat of
sickness In the atreet. Fresh lime has
been *<aKcred. all over the camp and
wilt aid In preventing alckness.
Bran tb. J* *'*< ■"« »'™ **«*
Steamer Murchison Hake* a Quick
Trip to and From Savannah
The Savannah News of Wednesday
says: "The steamer D. Murchison,
Capt. Haddon, arrived from Augusta
and waylandlnga yesterday afternoon
She mode one of the quickest round
trips, If not a record breaker, between
Savannah and Augusta. Leaving here
last Friday night at 11:30. she arrived
at Augusta Sunday afternoon and was
detained seventeen hours In discharg
ing and loading her cargoes. Return
ing the left Augusta 12 p. pi- Monday
and arrived here at 6:30 p .m. yes
terday, making the round trip of 560
mites tn ninety-one hours,, Including
the lay over at Augusta and regular
stops at waylandings.”
£B~\ have for sale very desirable build
ing lot located in the centre of one of the
handsomest blocks in tho city. \\ ill sell
same very cheap- Just the place for a
handsome residence for your family. Good
CALL ON MRS. JERRY O’HARA.
NO. 13a? GREEN E STREET.
Check Lost of $ 1 33 1.31 ,
ON THE GEORGIA RAILROAD
BANK, No. 14107. drawn by C.;W.
Pilcher, attorney for Jos. H. Spear*,
dated June 16th Inst., (and mailed
same day) in favor H. A. Cook, for
$1331.31. Payment has been stopped.
AJI persons warned against using in
any way said check.
,T. 11. SPEARS,
C. \V. PILCHER,
WAKTfIVA KWITfOX Aft HO(*fK
gif I af)4 mri# r#MPrTf*fif#. Ma*
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trorfc At Ho* AM (lacluwYfs m
; waxtwki’uck to do bitukh
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OF AXT KfXD.
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| WA.VTKI>—rCAS!TION AS* CASHUSR,
I iMilffKomAi) nr Kidy» compAAlfci*
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rmt« nf July If
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ynu. Tha lk*»n Ideal I*(n irlli to
Itdy on night. No competition. Soma
art making M to Ilk a day. Circular
tree. Mine. ThorapM.Ti’a Hair Novelty
ICO.. >2B Broadway, New York city.
CREAM-CREAM AT 26 JACKSON ST.
VERT CHKAP-Plstota, guns, musi
cal Instrumenta; sratcbwt almost slv*a
away, at Uncle Lew’w.
FOR SALE CHEAP—A PAIR OF
youbg hones. Will work double or
sirgi*. C.*H- Howard, Jr., at Howard
A Wtl let Drug Co. June 28 ts
FOR SALE OR RENT—HOUBE OF 7
rooms Lincoln atreet. In good con
dition. on easy term*. Wm. Schweigert.
FOR SALE—A LOT OF SECOND
hand doors, cash, blinds and woooden
colur.m*- Also a large lot of roofing
slate, in good condition. Apply to Ja
cob Phlnlay. AUo 1
FOR SALE CHEAP—PAIR RLACK
young mule*, sound and ail right; al
go heavy two-horse spring wagon, ?ar
ry two to three thousand pound*; also
harness cortiidete, all nearly new. Call
or address G. C. Witte & Co., Jackson
street, city. Jul* 19
FOR SALE—TWO THOROUGHBRED
Jersey cow*, with young calve*.
Johnston & Pickard, 736 EUla street.
FOR RENT—FROM OCT. 1. U9B, THE
dwelling No. 522 Ellis street. Apply
to Jacob Phinlxy. Aug 1
TO RENT—FROM OCT. 1 DWELLING
1229 Broad street, containing ten
rooms. Apply to T. T. Wingfield.
LOST AND FO UND
LOST— AFRICAN”PARROT. SLATE
colored with red tail. Escaped Sat
urday morning. Suitable reward to
finder Upon return to me. P. J. Sulli
van. Aug 1
SUMMER COURSE OSBORNE'S BU
SINESS COLLEGE—FuII commercial
course reduced from SSO to $35. Short
hand and typewriting $46. Boys and
girls from 15 years and up taken,
jur.p IT ts
TWO BOARDERS WANTED AT 77,9
Telfair street. Can give a large,
pleasant room with two beds, qn rea
sonable terras, Aug 1
WANTED FROM OCT. 1 TWO UN
FURNISHED rooms on. Greene-above
Centre. References ezbhnnged. Address
at once S, 121 Telfair street. July IS