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pleased |o orr anyone suffering from
Mr form of iralf trouble Lot tor help
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A large a fid latcresllof Party #( Via
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Hllman. Ua.. July I. — Tier* la a
large and ißtereatina party of visitor*
at Capt. Join O. Hunter's popular ho
tel at Hillman people from many
part* of the ataie. and they masc» a
moat congenial rompr.ny. Th«r* la no
im k of business, which la an conducive .
to our well being.
People wbo com* h"»re sick and bro
ken down r-rcnperale more rapidly than
at any other place we know of. The
day* are pleaaant and the nlghta are
alwaya to rco! at to require cover for
comfort. Located on the top of a very i
high hill, thta hotel la flr.'ly * mated
tor cool br.-firt and a healthful atmos
phere. The table fa eplendldly kept
and the unequalled water la a moat
wonderful appetiser. It la fortunate
ft r the people of thla part of the fiot ’h |
that lurb an excellent health resort !•
ao near at hand. J. W. C.
p. ITt «V(| Kind Yon Ham Aiwivs Bougfit
STRUCK BY LIGHTNING.
Fortunately Mr. V. P. Tanner'* Family
Wa* In Another Part of the Houae.
Wrlfibtsvllle, Ga., July 18.—Tb<» resi
dent® of Mr. B. P. Tanner was struck
by lightning Thursday morning Con
sldercble damage wsi done Fortunate
ly the family were ail In another part
of the building and thus escaped un
A great many men get turned down
while waiting for .something to turn
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runaty la> auppon at* om am hia aajt
to are Vr obrn marked. Jonra lire*
twelve miles north of here la lb la
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Mra I. B Brotru baa I# roarer of
erertlou t beautiful and aril lor Met
.In'll.oat near lb# fttlilmore Air I.lar
paavtarr depot Tb* ho nee *UI he
ready tar « upanry by tbr Mai of neat
(’apt W A Beale la now pushing ihe
woth to a Amah on S R. Clark's dwell- 1
log. n*sr tb* Methodist church
Hon. Gsx W Brinson haa Just had
completed a most desirable building
just opposite Dr. J R. Warren'# beau
tiful suburban bom* on tbs eastern
side nf town He and hid bride oreu
■ plod ll on the Hth and arc now “man
and wife at heme.”
; K A. RdenAeld ta building thrm
houses nonr the Stillmore Air l-lne de
pot for tent.
D. E. Brinson will begin work on a
| splendid dwelling for himself next
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Uv will lend you any amount of mon
ey for any length of tlms on all binds
! cf personal property at a very low rats
of Interest. All transactions strictly
confidential, htael-llned burglar proof
safes. Under th# Arlington hotsl, on
Jackson street. f.es ls J. Si haul.
What la Oolng on In That Village
[Special to The Herald J
Edgefield, S. C., July 18.—Mrs. M. D.
Schoffner, who ha* been spending two
wicks with Mr*. C. H. Fisher, left on
Friday for a visit among friend* In
Columbia county, Georgia.
Mr. Herbert Smith i* moving Into
hi* lovely n*w home. Just about com
pleted, on Main street.
There will be a large party to leave
on the early train on today for Atlanta
to at (end the reunion.
The Misses Teague, of Aiken, return
ed homo on Friday.
Mrs. I. . Fowl r was a welcome visi
tor to our city the firat part of the
Mr. and Mrs. C. 11. Fisher entertain
ed at euchre on Friday evening in hon
or of tie* latter's brother, Mr. James W.
Thompson and wife. Dr. and Mrs. J.
W. HU! were the successful winners ot
the first prize, and Mrs. J. B. Haltt
■vanger and Mr. Thompson the second
Mr. James Tillman returned from
Chattanooga, Tenn., on Thursday.
Mrs. Dye and daughter, Miss Mary,
after a charming visit to their friends,
Mrs. J. Walter Hill, left on Wednesday
to the regret of their many friends.
Mr. Wigfall Cheatham returned from
Harris LUhia Springs on Saturday and
reports gay and festive times at that
Mr. and Mrs. Julian Mims haw? a
permanent little lady visitor at their
home over in Buncombe.
Mr. Frank Fair has gone to Buffalo,
N. Y„ to attend the Baptist Young Peo
ple’s Union convention.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles H. Fisher, with
their litle daughter, Marylilly, went to
Atlanta today to spend a week or two.
A new type of fast torpedo boat des
troyer has been ordered of the Fairfield
Company, at Glasgow by the British
admiralty. It will have a speed of 33
knots, like the Express, but will have
forty tons less displacement.
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ridel r#p ahirl. ebov end hnlrVr-j
korkera —lo fart, b* looked a d*a«l,
paiao aport rotat'd ■*• hi rotreret-
Uoo. and Dually Invited me Inlo’lUa
smoker to *o)oy a emobe. BmolUof I.
do not lodult* It. but to aan me #o*l4
tea rmltl foHowln# ibr man lo Ihe
smoker Tb.t tetbi again, he again
rommenret hla rapid trhig #f talking
and. hy the way. a great plenaur* II
'«m lo me. ll* apoh* of rowing, awltn
i mlng. fearing, mualr. and when he
struck tb? labor question be convinced
you at once that be was for ihr peo
ple. The brakeman called Chattanoo
ga. He jumped up. apologised fur
leaving, anld be enjoyed my company,
banib-d me hla card and hastily I It.
The card rc«d: —. H pastor, !
Preabytertnn church. Norfolk. Va. It
look my breath. I felt back and ga.-p
--cd. I'll V blowrd, and when I got
back to the car where my wife *va« ahe
atarcd at me and wanted to know if I
bad bee# attacked by another spell.
Perhaps acme readers will ace noth
ing peculiarly loterexting in this man.
To me, alter he had made tilmscK
known, he was of great Interest and I!
would be pleased to meet him again.
Here was the scholarly, cultured man
of Ood, who did not Impress you at
once with hi* sanctity; a man who did
not talk trade, and could make himsull
agreeable with the masses.
But to get back to my subject. The
clerks had a preacher to open the ses
sions of the convention with prayer,
and soliciting the Great Creator for
guidance he called him G-o-r-d. I do
not think the Lord recognized his
name, which accounts In a great meas
ure for President Convoy getting mix
The following officers were elected:
W. A. Doll Ison, Zanesville, 0., presi
dent; J. R. O'Brien, Buffalo, vice pres
ident; Max Morris, Denver, secretary
treasurer. The latter reelected, and, by
the way. one of the best secretaries in
the country. Kansas City was wMectcd
as the next place* of meeting. Now, I
hear some fellow say, “I thought. Au
gueta was going to have that honor.
Can you sew up a mosquito's rye with j
a log chain? No more can you get a j
convention to meet In this beautiful
city without an effort. The editor of
The Herald and the paper were the on
ly ones that gave material or any oth
er kind of aid looking to that end.
You can’t go to distant cities and back
on an air cloud, nor can you put up at j
taverns end give the prop, the glad,
band in lieu of cash for what you ate. j
But then Augusta was nominated
and got a nice vote, and a good ad
free. The printers’ convention meets
at an early date. Let cur citizens make
an effort to have It meet here the fol
lowing year. Mr. Doar Is tho delegate,
Will The Herald start a fund for that
purpose? The convention does not
meet until after Mr. Dear's election.
On returning, a few days were spent
in Nashville. Here I met many people
who desire to be kindly remembered to
friend® and relatives here through
these columns. Among them are Dr.
Duncan Eve, Mr. Crane. Mr. Coleman,
Mr. Stubblefield, Sergeant Reid and Mr.
Rogan and Mr. C. 0. LaHattc.
Dr Perry Bromberg and Dr. Paul
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tloa here Everything Is organised Mr.
Trill the president of the Clerk* uti
-1 lon pends giertlag to the elerke of,
i Augusta and dealre* lo open cdrrra
pondeurc. What a pleasure II was in
•hak.- band* with jolly, genial. rollMk* i
lag Jack Akera: everybody knows,
'jack, the miniature Paleiaff. who love#
hla friend*, but unlike that huge obes
ity. he eechrrvs sack.
. Mr. Oordon Russell, the national
eight hour committeeman, says things,
look eberftil tn Chaltanooga Phil j
Maadnr Bud Brennan and Ouke send
grrelinga. “l/mg Shot" Jone# and the j
Irresistible Pop* Clemmons are In
Chattanooga TV genial IMrk Averelt
Is holding forth at Marilie Hall.
This la enough for this time, tn Sat
urday's Herald a full account of labor's
i<utng In labor's domain will V chroni
cled by Jerome Jone*.
HER ANCESTOR'S FOLLY.
She—Yes; my grandfather wa* a
member of tie- United States Senate.
He—That's too bad.
She—Too bad? What makes you
He —Think how rich he might have
made you If he hadn't spent so much
money getting there.
An attempt to hold up a northern
electric car was neatly frustrated re
cently. He Imagined the unmasked
men were patrons of the line and held
j oo hi* course.
OPEN LETTERS FROM
Ja nolo E. Green and Mre. Harry
J*i»wr* E Omega, Denmark, lowa,
writes to Mrs. Pinkham:
“I had been sick at my monthly
periods for seven years, and tried
almost everything l ever heard of, but
without any benefit. Was troubled
with backache, headache, pains in the
shoulders and dizziness. Through my
mother 1 was induced to try Lydia B.
Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, and
l it lias done me so much good. lam
now sound and well.”
Mrs. nABBV Hamit, Riverside, lowa,
writes to Mrs. Pinkham the story of
her struggle With serious ovarian trou
ble, and the benefit she received from
the use of Lydia E. Pinkham’s Vege
table Compound. This Is her letter:
“ How thankful I am that I took
your medieine. I was troubled for
two years with inflammation of the
womb and ovaries, womb was also very
low. I was in constant misery. I had
heart trouble, was short of breath and
could not walk five blocks to save my
life. Suffered very much with my
back, had headache all the time, was
nervous, menstruations were irregular
and painful, had a bad discharge end
was troubled with bloating. I was a
perfect wreck. Had doctored and
taken local treatments, butstill was no
better. I was advised by one of my
neighbors to write to you. I have now
finished the second bottle of Mrs. Pink
ham’s Vegetable Compound, add am
better in evtjry way. lam able to do
all my own work and can walk nearly
a mile without fatigue; something I
had not been'able to do for over two
yeans. Your medicine has done me
more good than all the doctors. ” _ (
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say iHal ft la always well Ailed wbb
IV •olunirwr* who ha** permission Ui
I visit iv rlty.
Our Sag has row* a» lost, and will
probably b* presented In a few days,
(bough Bathing definite ran be le-roid
nr. Anderson has bran removed to
the hospital In Atlanta, with many
i* her* of (b* division hospital.
Privates l-eon sad Sheehan returned
1 last night from De Soto park. wb«*
I they were sent the day befons on
guard, and had a lively Hose.
Private Mayes wa* one of the thraa
Inrn selected from the regiment to
guard the ammunition at Port Tampa.
’Them am 461.000 rounds there fug the
Second Georgia, and three men are rfe
! tailed each three days to guard them.
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Captain Frye la officer of the day,
and tn this regard It tnnat be said that
!a serious mistake was made a few day*
ago In my letter, which mad: ' Major
IAI mood, the finest gentleman and most
beloved offlesr In the regiment." It
should have read: “One of the finest
'gentleman and moat beloved.of the
officers.” For none in our regiment (or
any other! could earned In gentlemanly
bearing and soldierly qualities and ca
ll.-ro of the men our own gallant cap
tain Fry*, and hia equally gallant lieu
The rain seems to have had a llttla
merry oo ua. for only three showers
have fallen In the past two days. The
sandy earth, which at the first rain
thirstily draws in the fallen water, la
now saturated and rejects It. The sur
| face of the land la wet, and Is a rause
of a large portion of the alcknrsa tn
camp. Sinks cannot be dug, for water
! !* found after only tr few inches of
earth have been removed
Artificer "Barney” Goetchlus has bad
PEACMKH RUSHING NORTH.
An Eastman Firm Already Has Three
Carloads From 2,000 Elborta Trees
Eastman, Ga„ July 18.—Messrs. Har
ris & Massey shipped their second car
load of Elberta peaches to the North
ern markets Thursday last. The also
shipped another on last Friday, mak
ing three last week from two thousands
trees, and the trees are atllll loaded
with the luscious fruit. They .expect
to ship not less than five car loads
from this scaon’s crop.
Grape, peaches, apples and other
fruits are brought to town every day
In abundance, and at prices within the
reach of all.
Good rains have been falling every
day this week, and corn and cotton, ns
well as other crops, are in splendid
condition. One of our most prosperous
farmers was heard to remark the oth
er day that the harvest of cotton and
corn this year would be as great as in
any past season, and would have been
the greatest ever known in this part df
the country if we could have had- rain
two or three weeks earlier,
RETURNS WERE SMALL.
Melon Growers About Pembroke Griev
Pembroke, Ga.. Julp 18.—Crops all
over are now doing well. Melons ship
ped from here were sold in Savannah
at a low figure, which brought, disap
pointment to the shippers. At the time
there were forty cars loaded with mel
ons ready to sell. A carload shipped to
a Northern bouse by a citizen here,
brought $1.66 in return. Dry weather
caused the farmers to keep crops until
now and they ail seemed to ship at one
time, swamping the market.
Since the heavy rains set in every
one has been busy with setting out Of
sweet potato vines. The entire town
and country have been preparing for
this necessary crop. , „
A fii<»nco though our stock of
Lftdieo' Oxfords rsvoais tho fact that
an have 2*ooo pairs of thsss fins
Shoos that must b« sold In sixty
C 7 flfl dAyl, R# « ul * r pricss are $2.50*
jjl s3.ooand $3.50, an average of $3.
It's no job lot. They ara clean, nica
FOR shoes - Evsry pair up-to>dais. You
can aslsct any pair of Ladies' Ox-
HQ fords in our store for $1.98. There
4) 1* (JU is absolutely no reservation.
1. Min’s Si Mi.
846 Broad Street.
LAI'BKN* WII RAT URIAH REA HILT.
I‘nadnilarafvd rbmr Maks* IV Rwg
Iburyn* July 11 apwlal -Ckafloy
Masu*. a graUt*aM of polar, ka* b**a
arrusiad for IV htlltaa mt bmnm Orlf
An. aautlwr csriorod ntumm. mi Imsad
furd lasi week. Charley was la
amato*. *Va raptwrrd. us lw* h»ad
aom* Bmllfc m Wnna plaude. Ow* of
ll* *ha#a**n al IV r.irwas* a laquest
l*oiM*d that befrws «b# hilling Masu*
resnsikwl that "V beitewd V would
kill a nigger." Bl* ru.i tmpmaibla that
lh* pnaueaa.oa of aa uuui oally yffsetiv*
annamcnl wa* a niruug lesnplatton lo
TV lournaa steam dour m.lla are
fnisi a splendid business Rssry day
I heir mill ts autmunded wllb wagons
bringing wheat from IV country. In
I boss times of adulterated flour people
nr* enabled through If lo obtain lb*
very best of brand Good crop* of wheat
hare been raiard la lb* county, and tbn
mill was established at an opportune
Urn*. It seem* that when purs Dour
cm thus he obtained and thus only ob
tained. at reasonable coat, every com
munity In the stale and In lh* south
would establish om- of these mills.
A giini deal of war enthusiasm mani
fests itself in the community, although
It does not Impel people to enlist In
the armies. Kerry morning the Drat
inquiry on the streets It for war news,
and for n while the telephone wires lo
Greenville and Spartanburg are kept
busy. Cap!. R J. MrCaughrin. of New
berry. arrived lo the city yesterday aad
expects to Dud some recruits for the
company wbtrh he has about succeeded
in raising for the Second South Caro
lina regiment, ('apt. MrCaughrin gas
many friends here, and Ijiureoa boys
with a taate for military life will be
delighted to arrve under him.
ijiurcnH people tbia year poallively
refuse to grow excited over stain or
county politics. The candidates for the
counly offices are plenteous enough,
strange to say. Wby *o many men are
eager for tho little offices paying six or
eight hundred dollars at most la diffi
cult to explain. With cotton at twenty
four dollars a bale, a salary of six hun
dred dollars perhaps has an exagger
ated appearance to a man who lives In
the country, but when he Is elected to
an office and must come to town to DU
It. be Is doubtless grievously disap
pointed after a few months' experience.
Mr. J. T. Harris*. Proprietor Harris
Pear «lrj While It la contrary to my
custom to give testimonial* to remedial
agencies, I feel freed to atteat to the
efficacy of the Harirs Dlthla, Water
(when used In largo quantiles) In the
Rheumatic and Gouty Diatheses; In
engaged states of the Kidneys; In In
flammation of the Bladder, and in all
cases where there te an excess of rol
lds In the urine. Yous respectfully,
GEO. HOWE, M. P.
Cnmdcn, S. C., August 24, 1893.
Mr. J. T. Harris:
Dear Sir: I enclose you In tills lettet
several pieces of calculi passed by a p«-
“Harrls Springs Water” for the past IS
months. This gentleman has be*n a
sufferer for two or three years with
tient of mime, who has been taking the
Cystitis, cadged from stone. The solv
ent power of the water has been, I
think, clearly demonstrated In this case.
All these fragments were passed in two
evacuations from his bladder In the
past ten days. X consider Harris Spring
Water a most excellent remedy in Hie
Uric Add Diathesis,also in chronic dys
peptic troubles. I am, yours respect
fully, A. W. BUI/NET, M. D.
THE HERALD’S WANT AES
ENJOY THE LARGEST CIRCULATi ON
K«de*!tb«#M4MNl IV iwreoam la (V
patWstag power of gmswy, trvtag
•apsaas* ta no towns as* aaiwlf tee*
owe than Itef wuro mama more ago
Water works stertem lights graded
•rkoola Md IV lib* ara grswt cugoa#
tesaroa and luturte* Pol l#*y mat tks
low# man • good dost of money, sad
most bo paid for R*#la mrm bkgbm.
too, i baa they oast* wst* nod tt* mm# -
try gentteenM «n R swried I# aa
üßte* Unite that Ike salary width rvpew
amda la aawwat a am crop of thirty
hales of ndtna dwindles ptttfuily when
It-* evponAsa of tow# Isfte snuat b* am*
out as H.
TV osrtam* ramps of Coafsdaraks
VeterMs In IV count* will likoty Sik
hs well r*pr***«t*d at tha grant ra
unto# la AtlMta.
For I h* past ten day* ralaa has* Van
pit nt fat ta fsiurena Md tb* crop out*
look will ta- greatiy improved after tbo
Iter. Robert P. P*ll president of ttaa
Columbia Clot lego far Wnsnro was hi
the rHy Sunday and preached la tV
Presbyterian chunk. TV Re* B. J.
Wmxlward. another visiting mtnlatar,
preached la Ik# liapt - church on tbn
Th* Ptale Pentat Asaoelatkm met
last week at ihe Harris IJthl# Springs
hotel io this county. A number of tooth
doctor* passed through the rHy rn
route to the meeting, among them Dr.
Ueorws Dick, of Surottr. Dr. Ba*li*
Karl*, of Oreenvllle. and Dr. E O.
Quailleliatim. of Columbia.
HK MEANT WBuT”
Mr. Wobble—lt haa always been my
situ in life to say nothing rather than
**y things (bat would make me aeetu
Mist Jollelgh—lndeed! Why, you're
just like n Spanish gunner.
Mr. Wobble—How do you figure out
Miss Jollelgh—You don't seem to bn
very successful In hitting what you
Bears tks >plt* Xiad Vos Hm Always Bought
Kngilsb Catholics celebrated July 4tht
as the fiftieth anniversary of the open
ing of Bt. George’s cathedral at West
minster by Cardinal Wiseman, the firm
Roman Catholic cathedral consecrated'
In England since the reformation.