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lintel. Ihr popttllot nmllAUf tor gov
•r«or. .while la *hi> rouaty. rams »>v
twioa bit lift by drowning After
luTz-ng bit ifwli here on Friday he
ltd un .elty ia • carriage with CH
3 H Tn ploc. who la also a popattot.
* spend 4ths Nifbt »« tb« rotoacl’s
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lhi houar of Troop * noted cotton
grower MrJ Oeorge Tniltk. After lew*
tnc Mr. Taunt's they attempted to
drive aero**.* atreem whlrh was giewi
]y Mrnllen bs’ the rereai eaina. Mr
MeOr* who mi alan to the carriage,
realtiing lb« tfaagrr. rolled to the dri
ver to atop, abb' at the same time Jump
r.l out lato the water walet deep Col.
Traylor, aol draining II dangerous or
dered the driver to «o on acme* When
KIN OXI HATS
Ihe mules reached the run of the
etreum they were washed off their feet
and both animals and carriage wen
swept down the stream. The vehicle
was overthrown and the oecupanta
Col. Hogan was throwu out into deep
water and was swept under a lot of
trash and rafters and came very near
being drowned. The occurrence was
wot far from Mr Truitt's house, and
Mr. McGee ran hack and called for help
and the drowning parties were aoun
rescued, carried back to the house and
were given democratic hospitality. Af
ter supper Mr. Truitt carried his guests
to Col. Traylor's home, from which the
two populists on the following morning
proceeded to Hamiltn. where Hogan
was booked for a speech.
Mr». Michael Curtain rialnflold, 111.,
makes the statement that she caught
r ,.M. which settled on her lungs ; she
was treated for a month by her family
physician, but grew worse. He told her
she was a hopeless victim of consump
t on and that no medicine would cure
her. Her druggiat suggested Dr.
Kills'* New Discovery for Consump
tion, she bought a Uoltle and to her j
delight found herself benefit ted from i
the first dose. She continued its use, J
and after taking six bottles found her- \
self sound and well; now does her own
housework, and is as well as she ever
was. Trial bottles lOe of this Oreat Dis
covery at Howard & Willel's drug store.
JLarge bottles 50 cents and 11-00.
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A WASHIN«ITON JACK‘ON.
An flon or able and Aged UeorgiaN
(hpertal to The Meiaid J
fteaderavilte. Oa., Aug. S. - Mr. A
Waabiagtoa Jackson, aged seventy
years, died at bla residence Sunday at
»ll o clock a. m. and araa Interred at
tba city re*<*tery today at lea o'clock
a. nv Mr. Jackson leaves a loving
wife, a daughter. Mlaa Amanda, and
two sons. Mr. Vaatua Jackson, of this
city, and Prof. C. H Sprugeon Jackaon,
of Hrphzlhah, braldea a boat of friend*,
to mourn hi# death. The family bare
the sympathy of the community.
Corp. Rd May, of Capt. Stevens’ com
pany. Third Georgia regiment, has re
turned for the purpose of rrcrulttng
soldiers for the now regiment.
Mlaa Nell Sparks, of Maeon, ta the
guest of Miss Maymle Sparks.
Miss Belle Brown ta visiting Mlaa
Kata Cone at MU'edgevlUe.
Mr Geo. D. Wart hen la In New York
on a business trip.
Young Sehlor Thought That the Oun
Walhalla, S. C., Aug. .—On Thursday,
last, while Wayne Shelor. son of John
W. Bhelor, of Tugaloo, was taking his
gun from tk# buggy It waa accidental
ly discharged, the load entering the
young man's abdomen. Youug Shelor
lingered several hours aud then died.
Drs. J. M. MoClannahan and Joe S.
Strlbltug were summoned, but could do
nothing but ease the young mau till
the end came. He was about 19 .veara
or age, aud gave promise of a life of
usefulness. He was educated at Tusca
loosa, Ala., and would have entered a
medical college this full. The funeral
services were held on last Saturday at
10 n. m„ from his father’s residence,
after which the burial was had at the
family burial ground.
Capt. J. R. Anderson, superintendent
of the Blue Ridge railroad, who went
to Baltimore teat week, writes that an
operation has been suocaaafuHy per
formed upon lilm for appendicitis and
that he desires to return home In a
Jim and Sally Davis, eolored, who are
In jail here for murdering two child
ren. have made a partial confession.
Almost dolly ralne abodtid through
out the county. The crops are doing
Dr. ,T. T. Terry, of Trimble. Tcnn . In
speaking or Chnmberlaln's Colic, Chol
era and Diarrhoea Hemedy. says; "Tt
has almost become a necessity In this
vicinity." This is the best remedy In
; the world for colic, cholera morbus,
dysentery and diarrhoea, and Is ree
| ognlaed as a necessity wherever Its
'great worth and merit become khown.
•No other remedy is so prompt or effec
tual. or so pleasant to taic. Sold hy
Alexander Drug and Seed Co., C. It.
Tarr of Beil Tower Drug Store,
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tb* thn>aa of Oraat Brttcta Hta a
atgalbiaat sad possibly a m«» ai«*ua
tui raises or wu.M
tael that th*> Prince of Wale* enter
tain* very large view* a* to the future
of the English-speaking people, and it
tuny transpire that the personal opin
ion* and desire* of Queen Victoria's
oldest son will'be of no Inconsiderable
Importance In the hialory of England
The character, capacity and habits of
thought of the Prince of Wales sr*
very different from those who know
him not believe, very different from
what Is. perhaps, the popular idea of
his personality in this eountry. He Is
ordinarily credited with good sense
and tactfulness, but not with that In
tellectual grasp which those who know
him best assert that he possesses to
an unusual degree. Hia mind has been
developed by contact for a generation
with the best authorities on all sub
jects. His mental ability Is active,
comprehensive and profound, and If
he ascends the throne of Great Britain
the world will see no ordinary sover
eign ruling at Westminster.
Such a view of the character of the
Prince of Wales is presented by the
writer of a masterly article in the Aug
ust number of Harper's Magazine The
paper l« unsigned and entitled “If the
Queen Had Abdicated." The author’s
opinions are backed by a number of
convincing anecdotes, and there Is a
happy freedom from the odor of syco
phancy which usually pervades such
tributes to royal personages.
An Interesting portion of the article
Is devoted to a discussion of the pro
posed abdication of Queen Victoria In
1897. Such a step was strongly advo
cated by Her Majesty at the completion
of the sixtieth year of her reign, and
the political reasons which read to Its
abandonment make a curious chapter
in the domestic and diplomatic history
of the empire. It is strange that mo
mentous events like this often hinge
upon causes which seem almost ludi
crously inslgnlfieaut. Such facta make
anecdotal collections and what is
known as “secret history” of the ut
-1 most interest to the general reader as
•well as to the historical student.
The death of Mr. Gladstone has re
leased a store of suggestive reminis
cences of a personal nature which bear
in this way upon many of the import
ant events of the history of the world
[during the last twenty-five years. Mr.
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the author es "Tba Red ttadga of Cash
age" awt bara bare bawltdarvd to ind
’ that at tba BB»e u*c a writer eaa hr
a Utarary at Got and a litorary impua
Whe her all tbia did Mr. Stepbee
Craaa aay baaadt la aomaihlag which
E» sluoe knova At aay rata, he waa
. not raatoat to alay la the rut. Tba
| viisng Amrncan atory-teller bae cer
tainly aot spared blnusif in the search
fur motional espertaace and otiaarva
tion. la Ihe New York atroxa he found
fti* material for other worka upon
which Mr. Howells baa been pleased to
Impress bla moat diatlaro atnrap of
critical approval, lie went to Graece
for ibe loot "aavaa weeka’ war." be baa
l-.ten a familiar figure on several Cuban
' f'spedillona. and rtccntly waa with
' Rncrerrlt’s men on that bloody first
: day In the thicket near Santiago
It la gratifying now to be able to
j call attention to now story by Mr
; Crane which shows a marked Increase
of literary power In what Is, perhaps, ,
an unsuspected direction. This is a
| tale called "The Monster." which »p- ,
pears in the August number of Har
' per'* Magaxine; the scene of It is sn
[American village, and so original are
(the theme and treatment that a brief
account of the story can hardly fall to
be of Interest.
A physician In a rural town has in
his employ a colored coachman who,
during a fire In the doctor's house
saves the life of his little b#y. In do
ing this, however, the negro is cruelly
disfigured by the bursting of a jar of
acid In tho doctor’s office. He becomes
1 h gentle and harmless Imbecile but a
sight of horror In his mysterious mask
—in short, the village monster. As a
return for his heroism. Dr. Trescott at
tempts to provide for Henry's mainte
nance. but to such a state of abject
terror Is the community reduced by the
monster's presence in. it that the physi
cian's grateful charity excites ugainst
him a violent popular Indignation.
the doctor persists in re
fusing to consign the negro to a pub
lic asylum, and stands by hia resolve
and determined gratitude in the face
of loss of friends aud practice.
Thus the power of depicting horror,
which has hitherto led Mr. Crane Into
the paths of adventure, is used to show
bow a quiet country town is brought to
a state of hysterical and alt-pervading
fear. Tb-a episodes and incidents in
which this is developed are diversified
and striking, and the sketches of vil
lage life are wonderfully photographic.
The realism of various scenes and
characteristics Is Inevitably and vividly
recognized at once—the country barber
shop, the rivalry in the fire department,
the children's party, the. rural gossips.
As a sympathetic picture of modern
American country life, no one can deny
the unusual merit of this last work of
the young story.-tcller. Mr. Crane has
again proved that he will bear watch
The woman who is frightened half to
death hy the discharge of a gun is nev
-1 rr frightened by her own bangs.
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I Tampa Halgbta. Ivly 2#. —Yeetrrdsy
lhe gallant «M C«W>federate aorvtvui.
lleoeral John ft. Qahfva Waa the baß
'need gaeat at Culaßat kr««a add the
jaaeoad Grawata regisaeat He paaerd
■ liar afteapnaa ta the rataaeTa rampaßy
'and »as pr-aeat at drvaa parade, loav
' lag *m« after tba parade wttb Ma
j daughter, feUawed by the ebaere of «be
- (terra and n*on He b atilt the °td
, H-iithera g* ntirmna. and derpit* hta
age and HRttrenttlaa MW hlmaelf aa
ervet aa any yesbl eMin * Ihe reg
iment Hie preeenre waa aa laepiraima
.let every men la the wylsual. and aa
we marched befnrw him with arms at
a port every maa marched with beed
'erect and thought* turned ta tba old
general'* brralc life and the pnaalhllltlee
of nur *wture to tba ratnlag campaign,
and B» duaht rrwalved to try to hve
[■p to hta esample The regiment made
'aa esrelieat abowloa In foil uatfuem
'with gun* and hr*** polished and every
man wlta perfect atapa and allgameat
f aaterlin Quite Sick
Today Kaaterlta wan moved to the
'brigade hospital, a new erection with
■ fine situation tn the pines. Thta
i man’s condition haa grown steadily
iwotae during the past week, and he
. »as compelled to give up at last *hd
i leave hla eompsny. much again*' bla
]wishes. He had bean aick for two
; weeks previous to our move from Fsl
|nietto beach, but held away Dorn the
hospital, being only on the sick list and
kept in the company street, until two
'day* tie tors our move When be wa*
Wold the new* that wo were to go to
I Fernandina and from there to Porto
! R|oo, be insisted on leaving the divi
sion hospital, in which he was. and re
'Joining his company, determined not to
ibe left behind. He goes now to the
brigade hospital and will be under the
especial care of Major Dwvta at the
recommendation of our Major Alraand
I Lt. Chas. Hancken la officer of the
lprovo*t guard in Thor City today Pri
vate Holley from Co. E and live other
privates were also <*n with the lieuten
ant and report a good time for them
selves and a quiet time for the town:
1 the only arrests being that of four ar
' tillerylsts, who were making the mar-
l ry on wine and other forbidden drinks,
jto the effect that they were breaking
window glasses all along their line of
In the' afternoon we had a hattsilon
drill In a field some two hundred yard*
from camp, and although the men were
a little rusty on the battalion move
iment*. It being the first drill of the
fklnd In two weeks. ihey wUI catch up
[on the next drill. While marching over
to the drill ground we parsed a pretty
girl on the other side of the street. One
■of the men in the battalion commenc
|ed sneering violently, and the major,
fthinking he was trying to attract at
tention. called out, "Keep quiet, there
.Be men! Georgia men don't do that
■way!" Whether this severe reproof was
'deserved or not, the writer will not take
! it on himself to say. but it shows how
i perfect a gentleman Major Almand is.
land the estimation in which he is held
by an men in the battalion, already
thought to be st the highest notch. Im
mediately rose one hundred percent.
Joe Goetohis is on guard in the
camp. . . ,
Sperry and Sheehan, who stood two
days and a half of guard duty In Tarn-
Ipa' will receive credit for 48 hours, in
stead of 24 as before stated.
CHARLES GREENWOOD BENSON.
Some time sgo. a little bottle of
Chamberlain's Colic. Cholera and Diar
rhoea Remedy fell into my hands. Just
at a time when my two year old boy
was terribly afflicted. His bowels were
beyond control. We had tried many
remedies, to no purpose, but the little
'bottle of Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea
Remedy speedily edred him.—William
(F. Jones, Oglesby, Ga. For sale by
'Alexander Drug and Seed Co., C. R-
Parr, of Bell Tower Drug Store.
Uncle Sam’s Navy, Port
folio No. 9. just received
at Herald Office.
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|street. Apply to Jules Godin.
FOR RENT-FROM OCT. L 1»*. THE
dwelling No. st> Ellis street Apply
to Jacob Phlnlay. Sept 1
! FOR RENT—7-ROOM DWEI.LINO
HOUBE 1157 Graeeie, with modern
Improvements. Rent reasonable. Apply
1254 Ellis. baptl
'-TO RENT—LOVELY ROOMS ON
j ftr.t floor. Furnished or unfurnished.
At 525 Broad Aug 7
TO RENT-DWELLING OF 7 ROOMS
I with all water conveniences. Posses
sion «t once. Rent low. Apply 427 Fifth
i street. D. Graham. 1
SHORTHAND AND TYPEWRITING
I only *5 9° P*tr month at Osbornes
'Business college. Monday. Wednesday
land Friday, at night. Come or call at
*once. Great demand for stenographers.
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BOARD ON BATH. GA. LARGE
rooms and piazza. Cold, clear water.
Address Wm. C. Sibley. Aug 4
7 Per cf $500,000 TPerCt
FORF-ION CAPITALISTS WILL;
LOAN HALF A MILLION DOLLARS
on realty in Augusta, Ga. Terms 7
I per cent. For further information see
their attorney at law, P. J. Sullivan,
]es., or Mr. P. G. Burum.
2040 WALTON WAY.
bell TELEPHONE NO. 2191.
Summerville Plumbing Company
g*r- Plumbing, Sewering and Ventilating
Steam and Hot Water Heating a Specially.
gSF* Kstimates Given on All Kinds of
fipe Work. Ail Work Guaranteed.
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IKNUIL MOUNTAIH EXCURSION
riloM AIGCSTA, GA ,
WEDNDESiY. AUGUST KITH. ISM
Charleston & Western
Carolina Railway Company
Round trip tickets will ho ntM to
points named at the following low
AnJerson, 8 C. .. •• •• . I< *
Asheville. N C
Glenn Springs, 8 C. .. ..14.A®
Greenville. S. C. .. •• ..14.00
Flat Rock. N. C *5 W
Hendersonville, N. C. ~ ..IS 50
Hot Spring*. N. C $7 2*
Lenoir. N. C W-7»
Saluda. V. C. .. •• ..sr> 30
Shelby. N. C M*o
Spartanburg. 9. C $4.00
Try on. N. C $5 00
Waterloo (for Harrla Spring*
Wayneavllle, N. C $7 25
Waihalla. 8. C » r ' »
Tickets good for return passage on
any train until August 3!*t. 109*.
Fast schedules, affording a delightful
ride through the beautiful mountain
scenery of Western North Carolina
Train leave# union depot at 9:15 a.
For any other information write or
T. M. EMERSON. T. M.
K. M. NORTH, Sol. Pa*. Agt.
W. J CRAIG. G. P A.,
' *ll Broadway. Augusta. Ga.
Telephones. Hell 1254: Strowgcr 449.
That is Best
For the Reader
is Certainly Best
For the Advertiser.
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Are the Wage-Earners- the
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WHV THE WAGE-EARNERS
BUY THE HERALD.
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