TUI **o AY
Restraint* of Custom
Maxim* of Narrowness
I-I far* Ml Am •ntimly If* Ihf ooljcv
I*l IT** II tiuit mlv#« nowtr *«# U* M**i
ill fffll Of *CK*nn», th# »y*l*m »• Bm******
cu ouii to iwdNXou* laws «* w*? v *"!‘ anJl, i
r#tft§Jin«, but (»**m *m *vo»v*a »rva •* -!
—fT* * muud <h«( #r« whoUy at cmm-vurp&m*
ti ft* ftliH with iho rwlNkli mat #r#v*il Bi»#wh#f». ■
f* I" J*: W» mv*r han« of* to fowl* wbmm »«* •••«•
if Ilf t?SQ *o” wamm. W* have th* mm* ar»d «*•
i §s tui n#cv*toia*# mof*ay #rh#« n#c#**#ry. It *
2kl y OiC Du*fn***. It • bu*>it««*. Th*** tl••fount*
mtm not accantrtc. Th#y HiuiUaU our
TTVIScn 1 caution ami couraira.
1-4 off all our Man*«. Boy*’ and ChMdran’a Fancy
Chaviot and Woratad Suits.
|.5 off on aM our Black and Blua Woratad Bull*,
Saraa Coat* and Linan Built.
Many othar Man'* Fum»*hin«s and Odd Trouter* at
a rraat sacrifioa.
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lira nHim trail lira Ml rarerall <•*■*
nrrlni in lira Aiiotii dtsirtet and in*
trawl t« lira VMrar* MIW; rains
were (rnct.l over th* c»»*r»l H<»eky
Unnifsiu f-fVifl and th* ItifW (ra*»t!”•»
nt lira OM« itlltl rad all of Florid*,
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•ptfiivii. Jt»i*Mrr mpmrUmg IP inctt**.
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from Key Wtwt «a utm"! «f laterrun-
M* Mttrah rar*H»
Tlra rain" la Florid* *rr <*«r « n »
piesra.m In Ura east <•“l*' nwllo*. *»<h
th* highest nlr pressure over lira up
|vr rati) Atlnatlr roast.
*pMß|Mr«tttrna MWltßltV i° w weal
tt»# t*l river m»(l n**rth **f *#*-
ail. th# fftrscr pmrUon of *to»«*to t« in
lira Miles. D. FUlMßß
SENTRY AND MELON.
Amusing Ini ideal at Camp Dyer To
A roußtiymsn with • hi*<f of m 1' no
ptaral by lit ramp of lira lonlh roa-
Inrant tht* imirnlr*
A »>>ldrar outaMa »h* It* l ** "Pled the
fruit Ho at <moo proceeded to tain
ouo of Iht* irtolon* from tho wny. n and
ran Into ramp. Hut be counted with
out hit boat, for tho eontry took n
band In tho aamo and brought him
to a halt. Tho ne*t thin* the wntry
dlil wa» to demand tho iiralun. Tlist did
not ault tho other aoldlor *»t all, and
a« the aenlry advanced u> take tho met
un. tho toldlor threw the fruit on On
ground. and the feaat that was to lx- I
The aoldlor and Iho aenlry were Iralh
locked up—the aoldlor for taking the |
melon and the awitry for taltiln* on
guard duty. The latter remarked that
be had never been Instructed on chal
CLEANINO DAY RESULTS.
City Scavenger Honnlhan Not Through
(lathering lip All Oarhage
The Civic League cleaning day that
was last Wednesday haa proved o
kind of nightmare to City Scavenger
The scavenger Is a quick worker and
as good as they make ’em In the way
of stieet rleansets. hut the way the
people of this town plied out their de
bris on him last Wednesday haa kept
him and his force of extra hands as
busy as so many bees ever eltice and
they are not through yel gathering up
the old barrel staves, pieces of boxes,
old shoes and the hundred odd other
things that were hunted up from dark
corners nnd put on the streets.
The regular force that Mr. Monlhan
keeps busy is ten wagons and a like
number of men. but since cleaning day
ho haß had no less than thirty men at
Mr. Monlhan says that July and Au
gust ore the busiest months In the year
with him. and the Civic League agi
tation coming when It did made the
work tenfold more.
People who never nut trash out be
fore did so last Wednesday, says the
scavenger, and one fellow. In bis seal to
clean up his plare, went to rutting the
grass off, and. by mistake, dug up his
It Is not expected that the next
cleaning day will cause so much work,
as the city has been well cleaned and
there will not be as much work to do.
Remember, do not lose patience with
the scavenger. If he does not remove all
the garbage Instanter. There’s a lot of
It still on the street, but old boxes and
barrel staves compose the nature of It.
Beautiful Cotton Bolls
Mr. John M. Oliver A Bro. are
showing in Augusta today cotton bolls
and blooms thfit would, be iho envy
of any farmer in the South. The ( ni
ton shown is of improved variety and is
The Measts. Oliver have on- <J the
best farms In the country. They are
justly proud if it.
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tkoMigf* «f TnII Wrglrarat
I Ttratv stag • natlrat aasatlag ar-tAmi
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!• “playful" war. That la. Ira «rd«-d
Ihe men art to work. They r«p.r»4 lb»
| game for • while, but ao«« H grew
lireeotne ft n«M not mnttrare with
"skylarking.” *>•* Hran IHey war* play
mates au they mini Hay on. s*ld the
i colonel, who has a big vein <>f humor
1 The men rompleted the game after a
'bit. and now they are not an playful.
A BRANCH ROAD.
*Wi the C. * W C. Build to the
I The *fk*t W<*tf>Mt Carolina
|railroad will tmltd a frratifii road. How
javar, it will not be a Urn* one. but will
| la* In (be nature of a ipur track.
The folio* Inn re<|t»e*t from the road
tan road at la*t afternoon'* meetin* of
i Hon. f’alrbk Walsh. Mayor,
I Dear Hlr; Wo desire permisalon to
ibuild a track through our property be-
I tween ltale and Hall atreeta, weat of
| Washington street, the track to begin
i near Hale street and run through our
i property across Beaver bam waterway
lo a Junction with the Central railroad
track near Hall etreet. It will probably
Ira necessary for ua to drive some piles
.in (he Beaver dars waterway.
I Permission to do this la respectfully
I asked. Yours truly.
A W. ANDERSON,
| Commissioner of Public Works Wing
field has approved the petition, provld
ed that the waterway of Beaver dam
lis left open and that the number of
| piles driven do not exceed those In
The petition was also approved by
the mayor and the road granted per
mission to go ahead with the work.
Caused Ed Henderson to Take Fright
A lead pencil eraser played a prom
inent part In a chsc at court this mor
Last afternoon. Robert Scott, who
lives near the t’nloli depot, met Ed
Henderson, and. as bad feeling existed
between the two. several words were
passed that were not particularly
i Then It was that Rd claims Robert
drew a knife on him. The knife proved
Ito be an eraser, an Instrument that
was harmless to anything hut a pen
cil mark. However. Ed took flight and
lit out uo the street, then returning
with a brick and chair rung as weap
At court eight witnesses nnd two at
torneys appeared In the case. The at
torneys were Mr. Hamilton Phlnlsy for
Henderson and Lawyer Foster for
Scon. The testimony was lengthy, the
case taking up much time.
The recorder in the end fined both
parties J 5.
Mr. J. C. Whtteford, general freight
and passenger agent of the Seaboard
Air Line, Is suffering with a lame knee,
the result of a bicycle accident of yes
I While wheeling up Rroad street last
(afternoon, Mr. Whlteford, In trying to
j escape collision w ith a young lady, who
w as i b'ing In an opposite direction made
too sharp a turn and was thrown vio
lently to the asphalt, his knee striking
'the curb with considerable force and
inflicting a painful bruise. Mr. While
! ford is out today, but it will be sev
! oral days before he will be all right
| If this fraternizing business goes on
In Santiago, we shall presently hear of
j a baseball same with General Toral
' and General Miles as captains of the
(Spanish and American nines respectivc
TUX} AUaUBTA MX!RAXJ).
IN ASOCIAL WAY
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dainty i!tt of brtr*B l»r*r kßo#n oblf
to these Ultra 4*f* of Ike raktury. t*
• rmh dlaniPrd rant* kook rraras. fill
ed with standard raortu. and Wvclra*
ralib *o* ctiaß* *»d r»skaara-l dlvaas.
it he story of hew Tharhscsy was *n
tertarad there was tel* Very few.
|ln pesating Dr flsrvu s old tmwra oa
| the rortrar or Brood nod Blbert streets.
|and not n* the stalellnera of It* gtoae
work and the old world fasti ion of Iho
low-lying vraaodo and Iron rmlliag.
know that many aaaorUtlovis coaaected
with great met of ike beginning of ike
r#Blury rlii*t#F ■ bout ikt plw* Of
all thrae emer.glned by hcspitable and
I brilliant Dr. Out in. no guest waa re
ceived with greater pleasure than waa
the au bar of Vanity Fair. If waa In
U&l that tha famous Rngllab writer
rame to Augusta lo deliver three of b a
four famous loot area on George 1.,
(ieorge II . George 111 a* I Charge IV..
for the benefit of the Young Men’s IJ
bmrjr nsaocintion. then In It* infan
The nxsoclatlon broug..t many well
known men here, but In those days of
no Ij’ceums. Augusta waa always spo
ken of as a graveyard for lecturer*,
and the receipts did not amount to very
much, so In order to save expense*,
the lecturers were entertained by ench
member of the association In turn. It
was not Dr. Garvln’a time to entertain
and the great man was not expected,
and so the young ladies of the boose
were thrown into quite a flutler of ex
citement by the sudden appearance, one
cool winter evening, of the great Eng
lishman. who had been brought In by
the master of the house for an Informal
One of the young ladies declares her
delighted excitement was so great that
she was 100 breathless to acknowledge
her introduction. She was soon suf
ficiently at ease, however, lo note ev
erything said and done by their distin
guished guest, and the othpr afternoon
in hrr shadowy parlor, where the heat
and glare of the August world outside
never dares to penetrate, she told of
the visit in her delightful way. The
lion did not care to be llooixed. It was
evident, she said, for he was reserved
and cold, even beyond the reserve and
coldness habitual with the typical John
Bull. All the brilliant conversation of
the gifted host and the bright talk of
his young daughters failed to thaw out
the lev manner of the tall, dignified
Englishman, with the iron-gray hair,
rather flat nose and steely eyes. It
was with a sigh of relief that his en
tertainers saw Thackeray leave, but the
relief was speedily changed to anxiety
when they learned that Die Garvin had
hospitnbly asked him to tea the next
evening. Probably with the idea of
the early English tea In mind. Thack
eray arrived at the house several hours
before he was (expected and before tils
host was prepared to see him, so again
the daughters wore called upon to en
tertain him, and again they found the
task a hopeless one. He was observ
ant to n.n almost miraculous degree, ab
solutely' nothing said or done seemed
to escape him, but tie was entirely un
Finally, he heard the children playing
in the next room and begged to listen
to their chatter, expressing his great
fondness for children, and saying
quaintly "I do not keep little boys.”
This was a relief to h’.s girl hostesses,
whose embarrassment had become un
endurable through the unexpected visit
of an old lady, who did not catch, in
tho introduction, the world-renowned
name, and who persisted in entertain
ing the whole company with detailed
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beat duo kdiutilt jo*rr. tpp'-nr .ni *B
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tb* regiffidii will b* preamt Ib taai
(ojtn A»«nf the*# frofß a <!>ataa<r
who will attend # II t# C;l. to throw ■ j
ointhrr. Mrs. 1. O. Witkru* of I’klfßfA I
Miss Wltttra will be accompanied by berj
altlvr M.ss Kllxabetb Winnc After
the wedding Col. and Mrs. Withrow j
will go away for • saw days, and then ]
remain In August* until Col. Withrow a
region nt la called to Cul>n.
Mis* Winn* la described as a young
woman of twenty-one year*, tall and I
darh and graceful. She la the daugh
ter of John Winnc. atock broker andj
fuTmer owner of the line of boats bo- j
tween New York and Albany.
Young l adle* Leave for Tampa.
The Atlanta Relief Association will!
send a delegation to Tampa Tuesday j
night to formally present to the Second
Georgia the flag which was forwarded,
some time ago. Col. Brown and bis
regiment have been auxiously awaiting,
the coming of the young ladles who
will present the flag formally, and haa
wtiiten repeatedly urging them to
Those who will go tonight are Miss
Ella Powell. Miss Annie Nash. Miss
Martha Goode, Mias Caroline Gordon j
and Miss Dora Raine, and they will be
ehnperoned by Mrs. J. Van Holt Nash.
While In Tampa the young ladles will
be entertained in camp by the officers,
who have provided icuta for their ac
Miss Powell, president of the Atlanta
Relief association, will present the flag
In behalf of that organization. The
flag is a beautiful one of waterproof j
silk with golden fringe and silken cord
and Is mounted on a standard of oak
which has a brass plate bracing the in
scription, "Frew Iho Atlanta Relief As
sociation to the Second Georgia Regi
The party will return next Satur
Miss Wright complimented a few
friends with an informal bicycle ride
last evening. The party went out
some distance on the Mllledgeville road
and then returned to enjoy delicious
Ices and other refreshments at Mrs.
Wright’s hospitable home.
Notice to Daughters of Confederacy.
Chapter A., Daughters of the Con
federacy. will hold its regular month
ly meeting tomorrow. Wednesday, at
the Library, at 6 o’clock.
A Visitor Complimented
Miss Julia Mulherin complimented
her guest. Miss Sallie Black of Savan
nah, with a very enjoyable bicycle ride
Mr. Will Platt has returned from Ty
Miss Ella Wright hatVcturned from
Atlanta. _ i_t-u — ; —- 1 -»~
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WITH SIXTEEN HEN.
Capt Billey Thomas Last Hera Last
! dipt*lß fu*l#y Th'ifwii *nN •§■%##•
W.!i#t*«t m*tt left to*r# to th* ( SR Oenro I
mrr* k*. toionnurl.
i Cnt*t*lf> Ttoomn* t* nf (to# aptnbto
that hi# #n*t«##r *orp# will not #** <
awvrvic# IB Cvt« until nft*r Ito# w*r |
Coming and Going of Your Friend*
Mr Eugene Verdery h«» relumed to
It o, Boyd ha* r*turn*d from Cot ton
Mr*. J. C. C. Black haa returned
Mr E J. Mulherin la back Dorn
Mr*. J. P. Armstrong haa returned
from Indian Spring*.
Mr. J. A. Brenner returned tm#
morning from Atlanta.
Messrs. T. W and G. B. Carwlle of
Edgefleld are In the city. >
Mr*. John F Coatea of Macon Is the
gucet of Mr. Charles Estes.
Mr*. C. F Doremus. of Dallas. Tex.,
arrived In the city last night.
Rev. J. H Ktlpstrlrk. D. !>.. of
White Plains. Oa.. waa In the city yes
terday. ... ,
Mrs. C. H. .Ward and children or
Brunswick are the guests of Mrs. Fan
nie Ward. ~.l
Major Willoughby Walke, of the third
United States volunteer regiment, la at
The condition of Mr. Perrin Ward
law. who has been 111 with typhoid fe
ver for several weeks, Is slightly Im
Miss Rosalind Connor arrived In the
city from Savannah Sunday night. She
Is stopping with Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Petit on upper Greene.
At the time of going to press the very
gratifying Intelligence Is received that
the condition of Mr. Will Nixon Is very
much Improved and chat the doctors
think he Is on the road to recovery.
The friends of Mr. and Mrs. W. H.
Gage will regret to learn of tho con
tinued serious Illness of typhoid fever
of their daughter Clara. Her condition
is very critical, and very little hope Is
entertained for her recovery.
Tho friends of Mrs. W .H. Turner
are delighted to see her out again af
ter her recent accident. It will be re
membered that about a month ago Mrs.
Turner was so unfortunate as to break
her arm while bicycling, the result of
her wheel colliding with an electric car.
James Brown lias a Serious Charge
James Broom has a very serious
charge agaiust him that of assault
with intent to murder.
He was violating the eighteenth see*
tlon last night, when Officer Reynolds
attempted to arrest him. He pulled a
weapon and opened fire on the officer.
After a bit he w as caught and at the
recorder’s court was bound ov.?r to su
perior court on tha charge named
SINGLE GENTLEMAN WANTS TO
vent nice room in good location. Ad
dress Herald, C.,C. C. Aug »
That XXXX Urn* of <Kir*
HI (Nl b**t raft know Of (Of pidltofinf
tl t> *<tU*Uy VAkMIM II 4 diilfl
f*cf*nt. SprinkH fl ifDidßl tiotortl Bfid
In d«rh and dump eoriwf. tl d**troy*
d !*•#•• 4#TFD* 4f)d ||F* V#fll* »iCl< IT***.
You outfbt to um It duflnf ih » hot
damp wMthtf- Tffi* prtet IB "O canti
p*r Parr* 1 d*iiv*r*d inywhgrc In tha
city of cm the S#nd Mill#.
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LA JIT AAD RflliA
trahskf Ikii IftraaM* # t kra C-
Vt *#»■ at j ll'tkiti
: Hull. Brail. Vail ar* Whit*.
OVER i,om CARS
Of Pitcho I spotted t«* Be Handle J
By (Ira Central Road.
Ye*i>*r<)*y th-- Csqtraf railroad hsa
dled its tigtroa hundredth car load of
The OtHrsl end Busy other ro*J*
E la Georgia are raw taxed greatly to
handle the big shlpth.'*** of th* fruit.
| rat* of *>rty to tfiy ears * day oa the
central, that pas* through -a gr.ui
| peach aratlta of th* stat*. Th* trial
lerap la looked to ran over 2 000 esr
load* Tho road had calculated on
I * "in ftbotil lwN tin wnin uif • **
This U, Indeed, a great pear* sea
If! TORT ANT RULING.
Made to Supreme Dictator of the
Knight* of Honor.
An Impc riant ruling h*» been made
to tho supreme dictator of the Knights
of Honor. A question arose as to the
1 reinstatement of member* who had
[been suspended. A section had been
amended governing such case*, and It
was a matter of doubt as to when the
new law anould go into .-ffeet. The au
nretnr dictator has ruled that the In v
cannot be retroactive to a* to affect
members who became suspended prior
to July 1. He has, accordingly, author
ized tb<* supreme reporter to accept
reinstatement* within sixty days from
July 1 upon all members suspended
prior to July 1.
DONE TO CHICAGO.
Pres. F. E Smith, of Georgia T P A.,
Makes Moms in to indy City.
President E. E. Smith, of the Geor
gia division. T. P. A., has gone to.
Chicago, where he goes to take charge
of the educational department of the
Rand. McNally Company-
President Smith’s home was In Atlan
ta. but be fldd many friends In Au
He was especially prominent in < m
merclal circles, and has st all limes
belli a prominent office in the Georgia
division of the Travelers’ Protective
Association. He has been chairman of
Important committees of the national
Resolutions of regret were pass'd by
the members of the Atlanta posts of the
Travelers’ Protective Association on his
departure, and he will he honored by
allowing him to retain the presidency of
the association, although ahsent .rom
the city, until the meeting of the next
DR. W. B. STRADLEY.
What Constitution Says of Former
The Atlanta Constitution says of the
Rev XV B. Stradley, who was the
pastor at St. John’s church here a
Atlanta is to be congratulated on her
manv eloquent and able ministers of
every denomination. Her reputation
for pulpit power is equal to that of any
other city. _
The latest acquisition is Dr. to. B.
Stradley. the new pastor of Trinity
I church. His two strong and eloquent
sermons yesterday delighted his large
congregations, and proved that he is
equal to ilie host of our able ministers.
We congratulate the congregation of
Trinity, and predict for Dr. Stradley a
.great and successful woTk.
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Stock ou hand this day |930
Receipts nt port compared with the
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1835 1897 1898
Galveston 397 51
New Orleans .. .. 45 102 607
Mobile «l 16
Savannah U 13
Charleston .. .. 1
Norfolk 31 5 2 995
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Boston 9 2 50
Will Convene in Mliledeeville To
The conference of the members of
'the Augusta district of the Methodist
church takes place in MilledgevlUe to
morrow. The conferencj will last four
days. The de'.rgates and ministers who
| will attend from this city, and whose
names were given in The Herald a taw
j days ago. will leave tomorrow morning.
Bishop W. W. Duncan, of South Car
olina, will preside over the meetings.