Close Oil lie Balance or Girdles od Haoa
-| rr- ttfjf " .—■«# lb
*B.OO. *4. 86. 86 and $7.00 Ones
Your Pick for $1 and $3.
i hwis j. schaul. jewels.
The Everett Plano
Hi Ouarnntced For
Come In and talk
with u$ about It.
IhrtQM MrdtrbU Ttrai Euy.
First Class Tunlnjj
and Repair Work.
Tbomas & Barton,
W. M BAJtBKTT. BgrUr*?.
m prMiior. 1«.
JAMR* L OOW.
lich \. Orta <*•» horff i| tli* etty
»( m tb# IM •» <«'* IM*
(M Ik# T*th of /ttir. IM he rati
«4 frooi hi* bom* o* sarth in water. u
rr* ink, to Mi kon* la kaatm.
Bf few individual* bar* sixty atn*
tttit lift aon HIM with
f'ert* of Ivaevoleocr ami charity.
White fmw all who httv bln b* von
lb# *- tnmetxietlon of bring a thor-
C't'ily In if# man. Ihfff were man*
* bo <vaM *prak of him In Iwai far
*SNHI tro& t. H* itlwhar* <1 faithfully
* a (full## aa a ritlaan. Hot a# a ftifiil.
«ii bend ant! fhthfT h* ram# almoat. if
rot entirely op to tb# full mraaurr of
what oa# ahotild hr,
Hr wn a Maaon anti an Odd Fellow
Hut. la waa not through than# *•«-**-
t loti a that b* dirt hit moat beneficeot
work Ha waa a practical bdvvrr in
tha railglon that vtotta lb# fatherlraa
anrt widow la tbrir affliction. and In
tba great unfolding of rltrallr alon#
wilt ha known oil that b# did In thla
Aina. Augusta baa not b«ti railed on
to mourn tb# daath of any cltlann who
labored more aaatduoualy or more aur
coaafull)' for her Improvement, morally
H# waa the originator of the Krcn-
Ing lb# pioneer evening paper
of tba South, and be was ever ready to
contribute what hn might wHh tongue
or hand to the cause of human prog
A widow and live daughter—Mlaaea
Hattie, Lula, Cora. Carrie and Joseph
ine (low—aurvWa to mourn hie depart
ure from earth. In the heart* of many
he has left a memory that time will not
A Ufa Jiong Friend.
Crawfordvllle, On., July SO, 1898.
J. MILLEB HLffl
BE MERE HONDAY.
Grand Chlei Templar Thrower, of At
lanta, to Visit Odd Fellows.
Grand Chief Templar, Mr. James G.
Thrower, of Atlanta, will shortly pay
a visit to Augusta Lodge, 388, I. 0. G.
T. The Grand Chief will he here next
Monday evening and meet with the
Odd Fellows at their hall, corner Jack
son and Kills streets. Chief Thrower
le one of the leading contractors of At
lanta and Is well known ail ovor the
iitato aa a lender In the temperance
The mooting Monday night will be of
especial importance and all members
■ ; re requested to be on hand. Chief
Trower will give instructions on the
work of the order at the meeting.
New- crop rutul-ngae and turnip seed
at Alexander drug store.
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! Mra C. J. Clifford at L ille Fine* A
■ hn»t of frleorte will well it** In her
ibelr olden favurlle, Miea Emily
Hi Igea. one of Oiewte*l i prrttlwt
I and moat charming malrtenn
E-,#'a taste has probably newer been
‘eo a verel; rr.ilnsed since the begin
ning at over a boa of *twfb peach's
i rccr-tved by one of car avenue belles,
when a dusky spectator to Us unpark
tag tamed sway with a soulful sigh,
wondering. "If dec wus anv neaotv's
! like dat in the guarden wheu Eve look
Ida< shine ter dem apple*.''
I A Isix of wonderfully prefect peaches
was also received the other day by our
little Sunnyaule blonde. She said she
thought they come from a black-eyed
"chap" up the road, which was proba
bly true, as the bill of lading waa made
lout to a Mr. Chapman, of olden tnemo-
A big barbecue Is to be given at St,
Mary's today. Some of the farmers
want lo know If It la not about time
llhe president of Grovetown'a barbecue
'club was heard from.
Mr. Ah Benton of Kills was 1n
Grovetown yesterday with a load of
the largest and finest melons we have
seen, as presents for his friend*
Several Grovetown merchants and ex
merchants have complained of not be
ing mentioned In Grovetown’s part of
The Herald and suggest a little advice
to encourage them In well doing; thare
fore we have ssked our muse lo accom
modate them with a few strains on her
lyre, as below:
To a Grovetown Merchant.
On the Motto "Knavery May Serve a
He who places lot west for an Idol 1n
At last must ask Integrity to play a
He who sells his conscience with his
goods and thinks to make
A bargain, makes one truly, with only
one mistake —
For Satan, not the merchant, gets the
better of the trade.
And our merchant comes out lacking
when life’s penalty is paid.
That ‘‘knavery will serve a turn” may
be quite true, but mind.
Just look around the corner and you’ll
Thr devil walling quietly*for you as
sure as fate.
To take away the profits, and your
trader, soon or late,
n A WTOTt T A .
B*»r« tk« <9 Thi Kind You Have Always Bought
- —— i
Have yen any old gold or stiver? If j
you have call at my new jewelry store, |
where there is a lady In nttondanee.
and we will either exchange for now |
goods or all cash given. Lewis J.
Schaul, the popular priced Jeweler.
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tl-a ui permoet tu hie mU»d » •*. »«
right’ And bbtrtßg *»eclrtert that dura
tion tn Ihr afftriustlve. hr •#* •** * r •
Igpf by hie learnlnc and *l«Hiurttce. he
iaeearcrt a vcrrtb*t lu favor of hi* ‘ *-
mt, who was awarded con*idrr»Hr
j A fri«ed of the per, t”e dietreaeed
and thr needy—ertueatrd. cotirtc-.u- end
reflard -an braver, nobler, grant - r man
could be elected to the high office la
which hr aso|ri«a. ffouth Carolina may
| y.etl feel proud of J' hn J McMahon,
who. In common with hi* state, sulr
erribr* lo that lofty motto: "Hum *ptr«
JOHN ALLEN MLTTE.
Trenton, ». C., July, ltw*
CHANGE OF H\SE.
To You Peraonally Thl* Is Addressed:
I desire to announce to my friends
(bat from August I, 189*. I will bo
found with "The Augusta House
Furnishing Companr.” hsv.ng accep
ted the position o( Manager of Its bus
iness. Composed of prominent cill
zens of the city, and always carrying a
meat complete stock of goods pertain
ing to the wants cf a housekeeper, 'his
company needs no Introduction.
A life-long residence tn Augusta as
a business man, and as such thrown
dally In communication with a large
number of its people, m.v reputation
has been open to the criticism of all.
and on your Judgment. Individually
and collectively, as to roy intcgriiy and
capabilities. I am willing to abldei My
simple request of the thousands who
know me is that they call at "Thei Au
gusta House Furnishing t Company"
when In need of anything In ibedr lino,
and allow me the opportunity of ex
hibiting goods and making prices.
With due appreciation for past favors
I trust to still i erve my old friends,
and make many new ones.
W. 1.. PLATT,
Mgr. Augusta House Furnishing Co.,
836 Broad street.
Visitors In the Village-Looking for
Recruits —Sunday Services.
Special to Tin- Herald.
Uephxibah, lla., July SO.—Messrs.
Frank Henderson. Willie McKane and
Arthur Grass, of Greenville, S. C.. are
visiting at the residence of Mr. J. L.
Henderson at Walter, Ga.
Itev. R. B. Seals has returned to the
village. He goes to Plney Grove to
morrow and will begin a series of meet
ings ot Hopeful church thee. He will
assisted by Itev. J. M'. It. .Teiikins.
.Mr. Eulie Pace, on the Scale place,
right mile* south, is very Ml. He has
!typhoid L-cer. Dr. W. H, Baxley, Jr.,
iis attending him.
Private R. E Carlisle or She Tybee
heavy artillery is in the village loohing
i Rev. W. L He!Oh will preach i«i Bro
thorsvllte Methodlat Episcopal church
on Sunday evening. i
tub AUGUSTA ■m’BTHJk.JLXy
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| " i Mil* n , |B.. AM-8.« «M» Si fP t !
IN BISCAY BAY.
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Wanktof r r «*f CM*
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Hon I! K n K jui*F S* -• ■ N*ci fft * n # -
eftert rfil&A rfpoHMi full M*oH* A
!f l li MoviH
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f mtr I* W® Ao*jr# li) f "'Stw
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fr-sjrf **<S wr#. i* tlNi r#mf4jr. foM
\»y L A n*r4#lt#. 4mg|i> ( t August*.
Ufa., ftS Brn*d itrwt
t9»# C*p* Mi Vmlc llfft
thtt H|*ati» id dnrly pris«*«!
| ta#ft ih«- o*p# V«kI« fl«t. jn+ day.
it##ring farsight for Cubi'i land.
I Ttl# > rrwi *ll lolly *Hd g*y.
llut soon 'twa* thought that they
I gent* oiler course wa* moving.
And th*n we heard, at Martinique,
J Thi* phantom licet tu rruialng.
Immediately, though, they had Iff move
Kfae France be compllcatert.
And then they ateered for San-ta-ga.
Not knowing the fate that 'waited.
They to the harbor’* entiv ee came,
I Thla Iteet the fbwnlarda prided,
j And enter* In w ithout delay
j Not fetllna that 111 betided.
Rut now loom* up another fleet,
! Uncle 3am with Me. Schley,
Whs take* a stand without the hag
And change* thing* thereby.
While Mr. Sbafter the hill,
A-*p!lling human gore.
The Spaniards in the bay are saying
• I think we'd better go.”
So. on the Lord’* day. morning bright, !
With ship* lined up alright.
They made a dash for liberty.
Then came the awful fight. ___
Now, <«te,bs on* they all go down,
Tht* fleet 1 of Spanish pride.
And now adorns the bottom of
Th,- ocean wild and wide.
Thus the fate of the Cane Verde fleet
And the same occured at Manila.
•Twould be just so with any fleet
That tackles T’ncle Sam's flotilla.
Praise now to all (he mc*i who fought
'With braVe Commander Schley:
For he's the man in Just the place
To watch o Spaniard's eye.
—C. C. P.
Branchvllle, P. C . July 27, IS9S.'
A man In Virginia rode forty miles to
Fairfax Station for the express purpose
of getting Chamberlain's Cough Rem
edy. and took home with him a dozen
bottles of the medicine. The druggist,
who relates the Incident, adds; "Your
remedy seems to be a general favorite
wherever known.’ Its effects are in
deed wonderful in all lung and throat
troubles. Procure a bottle at Alexander
p ru g & Seed Co., C. R. Parr, of Bell
Tower Drug Store.
< Eitten by a Spider.
1 Mr. B. H. Walker, the popular as
sistant any Clerk at the Arlington ho
j tel, had the misfortune to bo bitten by
Id spider a few days ago. The bite of
the insect caused Mr. WalWhr to be conr
fined to his room for a fe\v days, but
he. is now out again aiuLat his post
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town mm«B PO Ttor *t# P
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UinSiml ru# m#iif ll** in #i##H#f*t
V\vrin* *o4 Its »*4 o#or*- f s ramjrtr*
I . . . . will « los ht» ffv
j* '“*• »rl**w#
. kftßßltY Of AftlM Ia |lh*
I The fflxthy-alnth New Tort «ri***rt
i»,„ rt mova! of tnir r#;m#n« lo
j «u (till |h#y ff |f th#< th**v
| roupt drown tliwlf nor row# i* the do#-
I [|g Oowt. and m pay 4*y had pa**« 4
- ...L. ..4 (K» rash rvooiwli# for
n #rbol#fo«n* drunk «#** not to b# h*4.
h-1 iron, cituaied gear their 'camp, flalah-
I lug the work left undone by the prev
i ion* rioter*. Up to a few day* at no*
I the New Yorker* were doing duly in
I Tampa, aaalatlng the cMy police. But
|thi* waa for » abort while only, for the
cb'cf of police went to Gen. Copplnfer
|«nd begged for two hour* tao the re
f pert go** to hav.'
! ih.» duty transferred to the- Gecrgln
aad Maryland reglmcou. Till* wa*
I done after hi* long and e*rural aollc-
I Itatlon and now we *har# thla work
j with the other regiment willingly, for
I we feel tbo honor and compliment con
ferred upon us. A tale la toid on one
I I f the New York men. He wa* doing
! guard duty on Pont No. 1 and It waa his
duly *o call out the guard on the ap
proach ot the commanding officer*, us
ing the regulation form, "Turn out the
guard, (he commanding officer ap
proaches." If the officer wishes to save
the guard the trouble of falling Into
ranks and presenting arms, he cries
out. "Never mind the guard.” Th?
'commanding officer approached. The
sentry called. "Turn out d? push; de
main guy’# a-eoroin'.’* The officer anid.
"Never mind the guard, and the sontry
rev-eated, “Never mind de push; de
main guy says nit.”
Coldlng. BlUson and Benson were on
provost guard in Tcmpa yesterday;
Raley and Atkinson cm police guar-1
from Co. C: Cason, Whitaker Hid
Troutwelnei wer.e on provost anJ
Block well and Thompson on police
guard from Co. E.
Sergt. At halt, Coldlng and McDonald
Invested their total bank account in a
pie yesterday. It ivas only a five-rent
pie, but it took all their cash to pur
Vc-gcant Roesel was guarding a
corra' a few nights ago and slept over
a itlow fever cemetery. He captured
one negro trying to steal horses, but
the man was turned loose on the prom
ise that he would not show his face
in the vicinity again.
The roport spread in Augusta that
Alex Hol'ey, of Co. E, was sick of camp
life and wanted to go home is altogeth
er false, as there is no man in the reg
!meut more satisfied and anxious to
stay or go to the front than Holley.
Co. C’s cook, “Butt’ was dismissed
and wi'.l make his way home in a lew
j CHARLES GREENWOOD BENSON.
CUT THIS OUT
’ Writ# yous CMt tbit WBmB, tf»flOI8
•mowni ntcfiury to tuv 1# u wm*> inter»
t«eift ao to** went, am! tHhif mdt or
boihl a to THC HKRALO,
TO toe M'M FT* Ml kAtp
flea** initfl tt# •GV6>rl'to»»r>#fil writttn
tMrtow I'WMlny our -WANT” column*,
for which you will find onekwd § - oont*
( -i —-i. biibtii i* **••**# y •*,
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ONE-CENT R WORD
SITUAI ION WANTED
WAtfTfai* IIY fint'im MA9S- Ml*
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, f *M* ,*ur ’» * v ' I'' *• it *•# «' i
•Paisa at S«at tl IS far Sai. f «»f
fttnatlNi a <»Ht ataarasttar*, saai vtaatf** ;
H W Hut Mai * <>.. UrttakifSa. H.
wuttKo rmiUMrai to *nt~u
h iit"tint* i«adi oit tbt taatatfaanl
Ma Mo rolloclifttf to dk» Mchi rar-
J » us » ...infant *M Br<*l RttP Cmfl
hrtvaas It atHl ts • «tt. Au« t
CRRAM —(TEAM AT H JACKBOfI rP.
vntT ewur-rw* »«•. »w.
f«l tntirvmtnt* w«fh*l •!»<*» «>»»»
| t*tr, •( u*t» ea«'a
y.-m UAL* CHrAP-A PAIR OP
y unc hnm*. Will work d-at>» <m
•Ktklr. C H Howard. Jr.. At Howard
A WlilM l>ru* Co. June S* If
FOR BAL.B —A UIT OF HKCOND
i hand door*. *a*M. blind* «n 1 arooodrn
rolumn* Alao a lark# lm of moAo*
riair. In sand comilUoß. Apt>ly lo Ja
| rob Pbtaixy. Au« I
FOR UF.NT—THAT LARGE AND DB
BIKABLE »lor* No. 'H Broad ilml
’rnCrr Ma»onlc hall Apfcly lo W. C.
Jon-a. 706 Broad Auy I
Ifor RENT—THE LARGE YIAND-
I SOME dwalltok No. WJ Broad atroat.
jwllh yard runnlny through to Ellta
I atraet. Apply to Julea Godin.
' Aug t
FIXR RENT- FROM OCT. 1. lW* TI!F.
! dwalllnk No. 6*l Elll* alreat. Apply
«o Jact b rhinlay.
I Auk I
FOB RENT—7-ROOM DWELLING
HOUSE 1267 Gr<w«i«. with modern
Imprommcnti. Rent reasonable. Apply j
1*56 Ellis. Auk I
TO RENT FROM OCT. I-A DESIRA
BLE brick residence of nine rooms.
Stables and k»rden. Alao other house*
I to rent. Apply 344 Greene street. Aurl
,TO RENT—FURNISHED ROOMS-
Flret and second Honor at 6(7 Urei.ne
street. Neatly furnished. All conven
iences. Aug 1
TO RENT -THAT NEW DESIRABLE
lesidence, No. *l6 Broad street, from
October 1. Leonard Pljinisy. Aus *
Mon wed sat 2«hs
SUMMER COURSE OSBORNES BU
SINESS COLLEGE—FuII commercial
course reduced from 150 to 135. Short
hand and typewriting 145. Boys and
girls from 15 years and up taken. m
June I" ts
WANTED —TWO OFFICE DESKS.
Address P. O. Box 694.
DEW-WE SERVE BROILED SPRING
chicken with supper. Why. yes. Come
and see how nice. No extra charge. El
lis Restaurant. June 30
AN EXPERIENCED BUSINESS MAN
has sum of money to invest In an ac
tive partnership, which will afford him
a moderate living. Address W. care
Herald. July 30
Broke His Leg.
Mr W. A. Little, who rwrtdes near
Allan’s station, had the misfortune to
break his leg while in the city last af
He was attempting to alight from nm
vehicle on Broad street, when he fell
and fractured his leg. Mr. Little was
taken to the city hospital. . . ,
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W §* OAfUfftßflk AmmriHHty
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7 Per Cl L500.C00 YPer Cl
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Think of It! For 9* 0# we gtvc you un
re*trlcte«l choice of many style* of
beautifully finished cheviots, caaalmeres
and fancy worsted*.
The fine tailoring of every garment
offered in thla *ale will prove we are
giving you the most reliable bargains
ever offered in this city.
You Will Find Many
$q 00 and SIO.OO
SUITS in This Sale
Why are we sacrificing? Simply this—
we are making preparations for our
winter purchases, and want to make a
clean sweep of many style* that are
not moving fast enough to satisfy us.
We cannot guarantee your size in all
styles, but assure you that the variety
is so larße that you are bound to make
a good selection and receive your cor
We will exercise our usual care In tha
measuring and fit of these garments.
Be on hand and grasp a goidco oppor
Uncle Sam’s Navy, PjrtJ
folio No. 9, just received
at Herald Office. I