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Every Afternoon at io Cents a Week.
Drop a Postal to Frank Neal, Agent,
Tbr Spanish bird of peace has a
purer odor for a dove.
" The Savannah brand of Jamaica gin
ger seems to be loaded.
”*A majoilty of the cablnei is In favor
tof holding the Philippines.
Sam Jones defines a populist as a
Ormocrat with a devil in him.
The harvest moon is preparing to do
Come of its tnosi beautiful work.
"ll is" appalling to think of nearly
1.000 Amerioan troops sick In Cuba.
Watterson Is in favor of "the wider
• lew” when It conips to expansion.
The veterans are still telling the
Lome folks about the joys of the re
“Klondike” is the name of the up-to
date drama on the boards in Edin
The Macon Knitting company has
furnished 90,000 pairs of stockings for
General Shatter was formerly boss of
a section gang on an Illinois railroad,
in 1556. He still bosses a considerable
“gang” and a section comprising the
tb'hole earn end of Cuba.
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! unit*." Mid tbr subject * of C*ra*r.
"An American eltlaeti," Mya ihr aol
' dler of Shafter. He died with the vary
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My htait. untraxel#4. hdldly r»lutHß to
THE VEEtCITT OF Flf BEKHAN
Whi n David said in liU baste that all
mm are llara, be must havo had In
mind the followers of thnt gentle pa»*
time of which the ever venerable Isaak
Walton waa the great hierophant.
At any rate, such is th# opinion of
Itrv. Dr. Myron W. Reel, of Denver.
He rtwonlly marie this statement:
"There has only been one man who
could tell a true fish story. He was the
disciple Petr*, and Peter said: ”We
tolled all night and caught nothing.”
It is learned upon investigation that
the reverend doctor, who once shared
Hoosler cltltenshlp with James Whit
comb Riley, was a faithful follower of
the rod anil line. The odium he caata
upon the myriad of fishermen all over
this mundane sphere (which, signifi
cantly enough, consists chiefly of wa
ter), Is all the more galling and In
The doctor Is fortunate In choosing
Pater as his criterion of veracity, pis
catorial or otherwise. In the first
place, Peter was fishing for money amt
not for the fun there was In it. He
sold his fish—lnstead of buying them,
after the manner of many a thorough
In tho next place, Peter hasn't a very
good record for veracity, in spite of
his confession that he “toiled all night
and caught, nothing.'' He had hardly
given up his vocation in order to fol
low the Master, when he fell to fibbing
so fast that the crowing cocks turned
Palestine into a barnyard. He didn't
have faith enough to walk the waters
and he didn't have moral courage
enough to tell the truth.when the great
crisis of his life arrived.
He refomed, it Is true, but that was
after his fishing days, so the fact that
he “toiled all night" and, according to
his own confession, "caught nothing,
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wattle textile educatlo*. lA* *•»“ «*•
New England I# a#al*4.
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Terbaoioglral achool the abundant auc
c«M It deserve* Auguata. #a the lea -
Hig cotton centre Im the Routh AtlMa
-1 tic etMte*. should take a special Inker
cat I* tAla new work. Bbe should
eend a large number of young men lo
the echoed nnd then rtiulp them for the
higher brnnebea of that Induslrial
work in which **rtt preeminence la
There I* somethlng wrong some
where. Tbouaauda hf buahela of fine
p> ache*, which If markced would aell
for thotiannd* of dollar*, will rot In
Georgia field* this year hecauae rraiea
In which to ship them cannot l»e ob
tained. And yet our foreats arc full
of virgin timber oud our banks over
flowing with unemployed capital.
The Johnston Monitor denounces the
story that Geo. D. Tillman will with
draw from tbe race aa untrue "If the
story was started for political purpose*
It would be a great pity to allow it to
a (feet-the vote of the Rdgefleld man."
says The Yorkville Enquirer.
The World haa fired Sylveater Bco
vel. Thi* Is as outrageous as Scowel's
twn offense. He was directly a pro
duct of The World iyid that paper
should have stood by him.
The souvenir edition of The St. Paul
Dispatch, celebrating the dedication of
the new eapitol (built of Georgia mar
ble) ia one of the handsomest special
numbers ever sent out.
Stanhope Sams, the Augusta man
who went to Cuba as the eorresp ndont
of The New York Times, says that the
Cubans emphatically are not capable of
The Gainesville Georgia Cracker will
come oill as a daily for one week.
There is lots of enterprise in The
Cracker office. 4 tJ.*l *.i*i
The press of the whole country is
united in the opinion that Sampson
presents a very sorry spectacle.
It has been decided that you can be
born, get married or die without hav
ing a revenue stamp on the certificate.
Sampson's report places him in a
very unenviable light. Generosity al
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j There to a report that Kteg Leopold
Inf Retgium toteada to suit' Newport
hta h*Mdu#ar*er«. after a short stay ia
thieroa. arotuhty daring August.
ftsmuel Edgar PraMct# * waiter ta
• a lloatoo hotel, ks* by M* >*n un
aided effort*, maatared ula* langusgc*
'and that without ever having bnn
Mis* Orar* W Hoof, a dsngtsler of
; th* i-otnpoeer. ended her life by the use
of chloroform last week on Bailey's
Island. In the eaatern end of CMro
Caroline Croft, formerly Caroline Abl-i
■pH Brewer, of |loat<«. b*s left 1100.-
<k» to two prominent phyaltlan* or]
tluxt city for Investlgmlona to find j
' sum* way of curing cancer, rtmsump
j tton and other dtaeases eiow regarded j
as Incur# tile a
Mt«s Eva l-eon. who has ree*ntly
tieeji honoreil by the French govern
ment with the title of “tHH< r d'Aca
demle,” make* her home tn New York,
but la well known through her
teaching tn one of the prominent Phi
A man love* to eat and a woman
eat* to love.
Many a man starve* today while
feeding on tomorrow * hopes.
It'# a poor aetieas whoa* picture#
never grace a cigarette package.
Al<out half our time ta spent In doing
things we should have done before.
Civility cost* nothing, but it often
gets things that gold cannot buy.
It Is easy enough to say bright
things: the difficult part la to think
us them. . . .
Warm weather Wxs a tendency to In-
I crease the flouting' population of » aea
-1 wide resort.
It's a poor consolation to the girl who
! has been stung by a bee to know that
1 bees are partial b> aweet things.
The amateur who practices dally on
!« cornet tn a thickly populated nelgh
i liorhoood l**s ample nerve for any un
I Three hundred years ago a man ats
'sent from church on Sinulay was toed
a shilling. What a war tv venue that
would produce today!-Chicago News.
Why is n good and sensible girl
nearly always homely?
Why doesn't everybody get married
if misery loves company?
Why isn't an insurance policy used
sometimes to kindle u fire?
Why is an unmarried woman but 30
on her 40th birthday?
Why is it so difficult for some people
to say what they mean?
Why isn't alimony the capital prize
in the matrimonial lottery?
Why Is it so much easier to get into
matrimony than It Is to get out of it?
Why Isn’t the wit£ the better half
when she's always getting the best of
the other half?
Why does a man usqally have to shuf
lleoff this mortal coU before he cuts
much of a figure tn history?—Chicago
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jltav* bf.-a made at dtorrent time* to
|thr enlargement of our o.undarte*
;Three objection* were eurareily urged
iwbea are aruulfed hstuitai **
I In bm third annual lareaage. Freu
[lM fhdk gave utteraace lo tht* d*-
laratl.to 'The doctrkae of an territory
H* tbr drs tupr of no Indemnity, and If
InnrllAard would be a public ac
knowledgment that our country «aa
I wrong aad that thr war dswlarrd by
c<.ngrr#* (against Mexliol with eatra-
| ordinary unanimity waa unjust and
| should hr abandoned-aa admlealoa
unfounded In fact and degrading lo thr
I Wti-n John yulaey Adam* was arere
' tary of atatr. under Mr. Monror, he
| h>-id that Cuba and Bets Rico should
[hr madr part and parcrl of the t’altrd
j Sis tea.
j It waa a lending drelrr of Mr Polk
ft , pun-h**.’ Cutia. During Mr. Plerer’a
admlnlatrallon. democratic thought waa
lu acquire Cuba by purchase or aria
Far in advance of Mr. Secretary Sew
ard. Polk and Buchanan each cherished
the ilea of obtaining possession of
Alaska by purchase.
The policy of . territorial expansion
would have been promptly carried out j
tn a Dumber of the Instarfcea glx-em. but j
lor the apprehension on the part of our j
northern brethren that In every case j
It would mean the extension ol slavery.
Spain Is today in exactly the condi
tion Mexico was at the cloae of the j
Mexican war. The only Indemnity In
the power of Mexico to make at that |
time waa a ccaaion to the I'nlted j
States of a portion of her territory.
That la what Spain mult do.
We should posses* ourselves of Por
to Rico by way of indemnity and fur
ther require cession of territory in the
Philippines and the Ladrones for coal
It would be wiser outright to possess
00 isalves of Cuba, but aa we are com
mitted to the recognition of the Inde
pendence of the Island, we must s.-t tn
gootf faith. In any event, the Tutted
States should exercise a protectorate
over the island, and. later, If the Cuban j
government should prove a failure, an- |
As soon as the war ends and the :
magic touch of American hands is felt I
throughout Porto Rico and Cuba, there |
will be opened In those Islands, won- ,
drous opportunities to the enterprising '
young men of the T’nlted States for j
the accumulation of riches.
MARTIN V. CALVIN.
Augusta, Ga.. July 30, IS9S.
To the Editor or The Herald-
Sir: We respectfully request space in
your valuable paper for the purpose of
Informing our friends of the fact that '
tbe sixth Georgia regiment band does ;
not receive its just dues from The Au- !
gusta Chronicle. This fact we can prove j
as follows: 6n July 4th we played for
the Jefferson Club and The Chronicle
gave credit to the. Sutherland band,
and on the 24th of June we played for
the Odd Fellows and the Sutherland
band received the credit and also on
several other occasions the Sutherland
tihi##dMl by fnMrt*M«i
End muil b# ioW #l j
“Good T#»te Apparel"
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Help For Bird Worker*
Ift Lard week ta work ta tbe
Ri #R mRf
J. ,*ryhndy Ikato a dlai*. >**-
Ike to » fk- a kind to g*w»
Naium toato a kuj* toy a
law ttoewtia* 7 here'• a*
MW Npetng atok*w tkaa
I-nrhaa aarwapanilw •eeeykady
augkl to take M. etoUef iMey
:**. that tfcer Beak M nr e<W
HaMla *U»> ikrea tar 51. to
th* toto to them ran be had
ton us. Me ton ikm (Iwfc
Ie« CrfEm and
led Cream Sod*
l>oa*»* W dailftMlul drinks at
oar Kouulara Tteka** l* ter
Ml oratt—2s tor fl «k
Etta Bata, e .
ail Taraip SkU.
cabkage. Baaa* *ad ah «•«*•
far aoalng aow. hand ter cat*
AleiasderDni&Seed Cl. *
we broad nr.
The J. I. Scott plßce, three
quarters of a mile from the
city new water Basins on
the Wrightsboro road.
This place contains 87
acres of land, several
good springs and fine well
of water. Dwelling out of
repair. Healthful. Price,
CLARENCE E. CLARK,
Real Estate, 882 Broad Streat
band was puffed at our expense. After
repeated requests to The Chronicle to
rorrect these mistakes we have only
to say our requests have been entlie
Friends, i.o show the the utter In
sists nee of The Chronicle —and for why
jwe don't know—on the occasion of the
'funeral of Mr. Jesse Carpenter, h mem
ber of our band, and a prominent cit
izen of the factory district of Augusta
—no mention was made of the funeral,
and It xvas one of the most impressive
I that occurred in Augusta for some
•time. Why was this? Was It because
,be was a member of our band or maylte
I lrecause he was a member of the Amer
ican Protective Association.
We want but our rights and intend
to maintain them—let the cost be what
Wake up .old lady (Chronicle), and
shake off this lethargy, or progressive
Augusta will leave you in the soup, or
in other words. The Chronicle will wake
up and ask “Where we are at?”
We ha -e olways been kind to The
'chronicle, but this is too much for us
to bear. All we want is Justice. This
we will have and we want The Chroni
cle to understand it.
R. J. RUSSELL.
President Sixth Regiment Band.
Police court statistics show that
Cornwall is the best behaved county
in England. _ _■ _
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p#uftle or thowm Who wuf
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L. I. Gardell*. Druggist.
Tbe Aagnsta Herald
jfldl, Briittfji jtt fl* Bill
Rtnpiir Piklnkd it
SENT TEMCOS U*Jt NKWnI
THE NSW A OP THE WORLD
WHILE IT IS NEWS.
It TO l« lit H RS AHEAD OP
OTHER GEORGIA AND
Nil lit CAROLINA
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PROF. P. M. WHITMAN,
209 7th St.. Asfcosts. Oa.
6:"ES TIKE EYE TESTS Aw all defect* a
Ugh- grind, th* pro I>. r «1...«« ual W AH- 1
Imh. cm into yowr frrr»» while yarn wait J
FREE OF CHARGE. ]
SPAIN IS DEFEATED.
Again have the boys who wear the
blur whipped the Spaniard* ami plant*
ed the Star* and Stripe* on f<-.*l.<n
noil, and again ha* K. tl. Merttna de
feated high ptirea. Look at thl*'
lie. Necktie* 10c.
75c. and $1 Shirt
50r. Suspender* 25f.
00 Trouser* 55 00
A full line of twllulold collars and
cuffs lust received. s'. tl. Mertlna, 024
Paine, IVJurphy & Co.
803 F.ci lolds St^Teleptionei^.ir
2 mate Lessen tMrea Caret to Few York
Chicago and New OrUans.
Orders executed over our wine* for
Cotton. Stocks, Bonds. Grain and Pro.
vision* for ro*h of on margin*. Local
securities bought and sold. Reference*
— National Exchange Bank of AuguftA
or Mercantile Agenclaa.
MONEY TO LOU
In any sums desired from
SSOO upwards, in straight
! 3 and 5 years time, or on
1 10 years time, payable in
equal annual instalments.
Lowest rates of interest.
No expense to borrower
! except usual attorney
| and record fees. No delay
| in getting the money.
A genls Scottish
705 Broad St