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LEWIS J. SCHAUL, jSwbuk.
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WHfiLI fctt CAP
Aa IgcUkat of the CKU War That
Sound* slrange Now.
Tha Bavanuab N< «• publishes this
b!i of hfctory “Thirty tlx yean ago
Can. Jiwrph Wheeler bad the plcwaure
ta ea, !tiring th* o«cer hr la new aarv
ieg under in Cuba, la March. db:'.
V ns.am R. Shaf.i r wax a rax;<>r Mb*
K>u< lee nth Michigan. Ha w*» *HP t
f raging expedition ou* day wha* a
body of Wheeler’s cavalry •urruna.lt d
and raptured ihe whole outfit. hult'f
«*• aan( to Richmond, and spent m
weeks In l-lbby pclaon. Nobudv in ;he
country haa a higher opinion nt ’Lit
tle Joe’ aa a alraleglat and fighter (bad
MHETINCJ OF METHODISTS.
Many In Attendance at Augusta Dls- .
trtet Methodist Conference.
MllledgcvlUe. Ga., Au*. 4.— Rev. J. F. I
Mixon, of Augusta, opened the exer
cise* of tb» fourth Methodist ron.’tr
em* of the Augu.ita district. The m jet
lag la well attended. Rev. R. K. Eak-s,
of Warrentan. has been elected aeere
ta'jr of the meeting. Rev. J M. Lows
ray. Rev. J. S. Jcnltlns and Rev. S. R
England have been appointed a com
mittee to examine all applicants for it
c«a«l- to preach. Rev. J. 11. Mashbum
la on the committee to examine the
quarterly record* of the conference.
The telegates will be given a bask’t
dinner at the old capitol grounds to
Bear. tk« fon(1 Haff * ,W?R Bou i’. ht
ATTENTION OB' THE PUBLIC.
Foraker may not have so much in
fluence with the administration as his
colleague, but if he keeps on his vig
orous way on the territorial expansion
quectlon, he will begin to get the at
tention of the public.
Augusta Trunk Factory
Trunks repaired by export Trunk
makers, 843 Broad. R. ’Phono 2181.
THE GOLD BRICK GAME.
If Sagasta has sent Cambon a gold
•brick to sell Meinley it will be interest
ing to observe the expression in Mad
rid about a minute after the package
is unrolled. .. .....
ms ii nmu.
lit j«Jtf M«lt« «• ANfrw Tiff*
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mm Saa cwg«MM frags ft* Fifth
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nantdt -4 ppprtaal tha ranh** * (P** .
atd and** d—aang Iflft-"* add Pfe *
•tetrad an the fertatalbg
r«ai naa* ram id tbe Bgmftvan I • J
net.* Waa Ram* •» ahan»*. ft 4 *
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M w raa.a fMb Id tha pm±i*m «C|
Tearhee of Rdhreaawn. add bda adA4
«■ the Ihcdlte at lb* High arbor-, M aa
ream lid T Rdrla as f A C,
Tddrtier | Art. add Mtaa jeamtle fVwler
of War rentoa priarlpad d» kWddrghaa-n
M.» • nalld and (laeltwle Riebnrda
are vhdtldd fdtalHea Id Charlaagoh. 4
lira Hannah Bobiaao* .4 (Uvaeaah
|la tha gnaat of her hratbar. M»>< M
Mr. W L Ort «f Cnhrin. Teaaa. Mra
J ft Me* are* and Mtaa Klta Md Iwfl
«f Rarttbrtlla are vtaltlaw Mra. Carloa
■ R jMnat. a, in Warraaioa
RRI.IRF IN «* HOrRR
tnatraaetng KlAmt a«4 Btaddae Wa-
TBrT relieved Id ala h*mra by “New
Urant death American Kidney Cara
II Is a great >urprlee <w aeeount of Its
I* greedlnc promptneaa h» relievtng pain
lln Madder, hldneya and hark, la male
iff female Reltevea retention >f wmoe
aimoei taune-Uaiety If run aract «nl. .
relief add race, ihte M Ihe remedy Hold
by b h. oardelle UruggUt. Augusta,
da.. IS Hrond street.
What Is Onlng on In That Little
H|tet lal to The Herald.
IVa. m *ooro. Aug.. —At • meet ng
of Ibe rhuri h Icagm held nt tha Meth
odist chur. I duodny mcnlag. Mr*.
Unme t Wllon of Augusta ma«l« an tn
tarem lag addicts on temperance
, Mra. Henry W. Bight returned borne
i Mttauay. afire a plenaani stall of two
| weeka to relaLets a) Still more.
Mtaa Ktbel Walker, one of Sa*an
nab'a bands >tne young woman, la the
jgu.il as Mtaa Roan Mima
j Mrs J< neph Smltfa wax the charming
j boaleaa of ihe Woman s Guild Tuesday
j A delightful tea ora# that which Mrs
11. H. MtMatter gave Tuesday evening
i The l evy of young people Invited to
Irup with this gracious hostess were
Ml as Roru M ins, Ml#« Sallie Joe Hunt,
Mtaa lithe IWalkrr, Mtaa Louise .McKI
uau.ray. Mtaa Anuta Royal Sandcrford
! Mr. Roger Murat. Mr Krank Ford. Mr
Gray Qiiuincy. Mr. Horry M ow
A lecture was dellvrred Tuesday eve
ning by Rev. J. H. Carper of Louis
ville. Ky., for tbe benefit of the
Waynesboro, academy. The subject
was. "Men am! Grasshoppers.”
Mr and Mrs. George Millar Gordon,
at their pretty suburban home. Cherry
Creat. gure a Colonial tea. eonipllroco
inry to their young staler. Mine Made
line lioutshan. on Wedneaday even
ing. The artistic decorations of the
tea table were cegrtaiuly pretty In thnir
bright colors of red. while and blip*,
and Ihe menu, which wjta delightful,
waa most daintily acived. The guests
who were present were: Mrs. A. G.
Whitehead. Miss Rout than. Misses 13m
telle and Less is Chance, Mr. Hugh
Ward, Mr. R. N. Berrien. Mr. Edward
Byne, Mr. Frank Ford.
Miss Mary Toombs Jones left this
morning for Waynesville, N. C.
Mr. Fled O. Price will be welcomed
heme this week by his many friends,
after an absence of two months.
Summoned to Madrid.
Madrid. Aug. 4.—Marshal Campos.
Stvela. Mnrquts Vegarmljo, Romeo
Robledo and Mont# Arias have been
summoned here hastily.
Their presence In Madrid Is neces
sary because It is announced that Ba
gasta will reslng immediately after
signing a declaration of peace.
The Queen will want to consult with
them regarding Sagasta's successor.
She wishes also to consult with them
regarding the conditions of peace. Ef
forts arr being made to obtain the
consent of the leaders of all parties,
except the Republicans and Carllsts.
to whatever may be agreed on with
the -ATTOTjerr-A. tthtra jlx>
MARION ROBERTS \ \ j
FILLED WITH | SLOGS.
A Former AugutUn Badly Wounded at Mor
row Station by Columbui G. Fuller.
asm a ««■■• q.si*al aa
AMadrita. <** Aug A iVaaA** a
ftatugha. A maM >m« «wama ad he*
arwwardad Ida* twatai gfiiaama*g ad
hawigsa asm a«a> am am*- «••**•* «►"'*
Mtlag m«e* (Ham AttMM* «* <Wh
» . u rt*m. • *A»ma« as tH»m,
Ma Mata feta M •* has hams <m
lie gfel-haa'im fggA. awg UR* *«»
'hdvmg hmm fcaaamßd bwam t••wdat
i im « A g-aim* hr hm aamam. thgd
in'tkt «h* «f 4** —— *» ■•»*»*
l»*h and *h evgaiAaavg «•urn daagpr
MkMRRM hmaemM thus *AA
I w»ta wall dm
p. feCM MU • haem •• Metatww An
iium. and M waa white wathind htwag
•ha cast pasta »W haaaaa Ikwa «h*i Tu*
I tare tawd mm hut
| f%i nan mm am*d sat • ianhla hnr
i s*led ataalg-aW TV >am fend fewtnm
ad ae*«cai alnga- Oar as itaat pamf Ip
' a«M Ma**eta apn and tha mhata Mi *ha
i.vh iVwaepl hMM shad aaawah bP *P
I t J>W|
Altar tha rtn waa dead Mofewt# Id
j M id to ha»a aaap Fuller aad la rwp tn
-1 warda hda hmm t* pa* a wappp*. Aa
h* rap Faima ag»»». tha shad ppam
tag thmugh ihe tall rs hta opal hia ha*
and aUgMly wwnnding him ip am
IhiO ft 4
IHd a Alan Canaa N *
ft naa awpartad ta Jaaaahora rantae
tlK Ilk# rMti of tkf
•ihaiotiftf mmm matmtt* tfcmemi ft him
la FPliee a Uttta daughter Aentad-ag
to this report Fuller waa aMUag op tha
porch as hta hams wbkb la naa Ur
from Roberts phtan. tkaa Rahtarta
The rblldeea ara aery hmd of IL.b
erta aad are aadd ta hne* na»»d a*
him be retaratng the sal ale This ta
•aid la bsv* at empty laceaaed r»tVr.
wba deiermiaed ta bill Rohana If tbe
ufenae was repealed He took hta atv
lion la the kaikta hear the house,
waineg foe Robert to return. Aa the
latter came by one of tbe Utile pirta
threw a ktae to him aad Roberta threw
uoe to her Whan ibta occurred Fuller
la said to bate hr-rt
According to another rtport Fuller
did not are Roberta throw a hiaa to his
daughter, but bad beard of It,
Green ft Robert*, of »4 Whitehall
street. |a tbe fatter of tha nouaded
■ lean. He nant to Morrow this m<*m
[tog to swear out a warrant again*!
j Fuller He waa mew th«r# by a preaa
, representative He talked freely of tbe
ram. aad repeated what hta aon bad
j told bim of the attempt He made aery
genual tonal charges, aaylng-
Say* It Was a Plot.
“I believe It to have been a concerted
p,ao to kill my «on and that more than
one la Implicated. Frcra prtaunt In
' dlcatloua I think there will be more
than one arrcal. I Urmia beUeae there
waa a plot to murder him.
"You can add." be aatd in concluaion.
That all that money and genlua enn do
wl'l be brought to bear to puntah bta
The elder man made
a ptatrment of tbe af
fair on ts«? authority of bis aon. who
could not be aeen. Following ta bis
a err! on:
Roberta waa walking toward tbe
public road which runs In front of hta
houre, tmd passing near the fcnc’ be
tween hta house and that of Fuller He
saya he did not aee his assailant until
after Fuller had tired the first shot.
Looking up ho raw Fuller standing
near the fence with the gun In his
hand. He tvmed toward the house
and rhi’ second shot was fired
Fuller Is at his home near Morrow,
and has no Intentiop rif evading arrest.
This was learned from a relative to
whom he gnve his side of the affair
Very few people are wilting to dis
cuss the affair, but In a general way Jt
was learned that Fuller will make .1
very startling defense^
Two Sides to the Story.
It Is known that for some time these
has been very bad feeling between the
Iwo men. The trouble dales beyoud
the separation so Fuller and his wife j
a year ago. He has regarded Roberts
as in some degree to blame for this ;
separation, and for a long time the al
leged Intimacy between Roberts and
Mrs. Fuller, charged by the latter's
httsbrnd. has been th.“ subject of gos
sip in the neighborhood. People freely
ventured to prophesy trouble. Yester
day it came, but it Is now hinted that
there was even a fresher grievance.
Fuller is said to have stated since
the shooting that his attempt to take
Roberts' life was due to advances made
to his daughter.
Passing along by Fuller’s house Rob
erts is alleged to have thrown kisses at
the young girl. The matter was re
ported to Fuller by his son and he de
clared that if it occurred again he
would shoot Roberts. As the latter
passed later in the day he is said to
have repented the performance. Fuller
was prepared for . the occasion and
opened lire. This, U is understood, is
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feMwvwta Fpttrt ppg Ma w«t» |pf guwam
ppg pm— wt-v gs Mta 4MRR»R
ums R RmPmAa, tb* Asi hta ta tha I
•suMMkNI pn pp 4 Fnßtata fa* V* menu
k*tt IwtaAafh Man* RMptu IP thP
th- Mtta ta Hta pan tag
ittatvt wafer fe* btah ta HtatP F»>* j
•Rfe MMM tfepta fmpitita PMh ft* |
timaPfe fwtatntn in «A*Ph ta ft* »»a* j
H lp pup*- mg fatal -An hum hpg MA*,
•ag baa atfe* 4 htapaan Hta pmp ahtan j
Resaw** pwfebaita Hta farm mm •*> -'
TtaMS mmm Hta trtftbta febVh pw
pipta RMM • pHA. Pta p yapr ft***
ba* fermr agnp bnptHHy brtwanp <la\
taw a>>« ppg aha* Hta ah'arttpg »**
****** ta pawpt* ftmfNar wt*’> ftn «■**»
•aprvuawg MtIV aurpirw
RPhfrta * marrtta *pg ha* fcm*
•mall mpp Hi* wits was th* taught—
ta fbtaataf R A ft*par* ta l«uu*ipp j
Th . p A*» wn* ptmal*tai ta tb* Fwnt
Maftuppl h*pA ta tha* rtty M* tall •*
MUM valuta at Am* ms. whit* waa *»-
<<*ta amnug hia •** rblMrt* Mr
RaAwrta’ hngta **uf Altapta I* a huau
Tb* •heortag haa r«**t*g pm** *«•
rttammat. not asty Ip Ciaptpp ruppty.
hta ft Atlanta, wb ate both am* at*
1 Rcftarta turn at Gam*.*#* ftnikgi.
fata nwtntd* tb* city »»• naa fmatarty
rMMrtrt with Hta flrutbrt* Rgprm*
1 company. Fail t feu* M «** HUM *
(Ptauetar up th* CrtHral lailiwta
I otter *■*« Baba its.
Last y*ar Fuller tied * nut agstaat
Rotwrta la Fulls* sppmftr court foe
|J2>.ap> damage* allagftg that Rotwrt*
had aßllatrd hia wife'* a* <!.«•»
The atsry a# toM by tb* ptkMg ta
INiIVT waa a highly atnaauoaal ou*
H* ruprmuntta that aom* liar* before
ha went with hi* wife and chlldrap ta
live op tha farm of Hobart*. Ibta the
tartar asata Iwga* in Ipgratlat* blataatf
twin Mrs Ftalrr’a agaetkma. viimag
bar frvqoaally wbca h* waa away from
boaw H* rharmed that hia wtfea coa
'doct f-MTad him to ftn hi* bom*, ah*
.being turned agaiast him by Robert*,
who waa a muek wealthier and much
mure polished man.
Divorce pnxrs-ding* ar* now pending
Against Fuller sau hia wife. U tbs
coat rat over tbclr rhlMrca which took
: place before Judge Jab* 8, Caadlcr.
•am* month* ago tha Judpc • warded
the Hula tmea to tb* father.
Mra Puller wa* formerly Mtaa fSddy
Sewell Her father now reside* at Fort
McPherson Btu» Is living at present
at Joueaboro with Mr. aad Mra Robert
Dr. W A. Crow. Mr Roberta' phyg
irlan. Itt speaking of th* wounded man
yesterda- aftenoon raid:
”1 suppose J picked fifteen slugs and
shot onl of Roberts’ pack and face Tbe
most serious wound U In the right aide
of the neck. It came very near thr
Jugular vein, and I con* dcr that tb es
cape from death wa» a miraculous one.
However. I do not regard Mr Roberta'
present condition as alarming.”
Mr. Marion L. Roberta waa a for
mer Augustan and well known and
liked by bosta of friends in this city.
Fifteen years ago he was connected
with the Southern Espresa company
with headquarters at Augusta. He waa
rout* agent between Atlanta aud this
city. He left her* and went out to
Texas, where he was connected with
tbe Texas Express company in a simi
lar position to that with the Southern
Express Company. Whika In the Lone
, sttar stat* Mr. Roberta married one of
i the state's most charming young wo
t men. who was quite wealthy. After a
•few years more In that sc lion, he and
| his wife unmoved to' Atlanta, where
he severed his position with the ox
i press company.
i > Rcbb d the Grave.
A startling incident of Which Mr.
John Oliver, of Philadelphia, was the
subject. Is narrated by him as folows:
i“I was In a most dreadful condition.
M.v skin was almost yellow, eyes sunk
;en. tongue coated, pain continually In
bach and sides, no appetite—gradually
igrowing weaker day by day. Three
physicians had given me up. Fortunate
jly b, friend advised trying 'Electric
Bitters,’ and to my great joy and sur
prise, the first bottle made a decided
improvement. I continued their use for
three weeks and am now a well man.
1 know they saved my life and robbed
| the grave, of another victim." No one
Should fall to try them. Only 50 ets per
bot. at Howard & Willet s drug store.
Nov Orleans Picayune.
Vastly more in an official way was
written pf Hobson andifns companions
-and or their gallant but Ineffective
adventure than has been devoted
to one'of the most notable marine vic
tories of the age. **“
Bear, th* 1,18 Kind Bought
Signature /'jP , -//
m via unis in
iTrack m * ii on <mm «r
jC* m *•<!<>* ta * Lamg tartau ta
ftwtartM* sai Right*-
IN spa a, HP Aug « -Tbara ft **
I »'saatf at ••• PMRtaiM stftHta h
•til ha rta**aftu»—l *bat ***** Ha* 4
H Aawth *** pwsartnc ta Osurgts a
m*m a»m»d IN*#* RwiPait Itvftg
ft Wmhmtm .wuwtv h«HM b*» ha»*srt*
**d wa* tiaart'A tkusupur Bstaft fes*
rtv-rtay ciHiii**g ft* aiiwwiag a sru
s**a ft b* wpavwtta
Thar* a—* Nvftg sm «h*
ta M- T • OhPPt-H *»• AMfti Ptal
'ta Ftortwa th’ »«•*♦ rarnaty a *h»t»
am* Jtaia McOwveu aad bis fetft M
X gflsitH TV» ***** TWHft* <*
) maay a*d tarn
total* aad fruguratly c*m* to bftfea
H. was •<• > Id man *«4 *to ftahrt a
; o* tb* hath ta Jwty th* pramis »*ra
I fwnvrr raVd by th# wumaa hGIHig th*
'wM map bMlftg him "* th* head With
!* pfec* ta plash H* d»*d tartaatly
A rartPar’s fan dratdta that th* kil
iftg wa* doa# by tha woman aad wa*
i murder Ah* la ttapad ft th# cosmty
Th* nop* ta Wrbutrt county ara
'pond roatinned rat*# ara dotng *«**•
The bare ta H M tittls. of this
leuuaty. srtth ccra and fodd*r. wa#
boraM up th* «•«. torn »7ta: ■* la
Wa Hive Made War
'And irtaughterad prtcra tm Trunks
Trunks mad* ta eapwet Truah • n*ab*ra
It 14 at Maouftcturera prtcra Trunk
i Factory. M 3 Broad. M*H ’fix** «»>•
WILD DASH OF MULES.
I A Runaway N tmt Corner ta FcPwkk
an J Light Straata.
! Two mulra bitctota to an empty «f
'. n caused a bit of excitement out near
ibc cornar of Feuwtek and Ja ksoa
! sin-cts early this morning The Irtvei
of lb* team waa In a store n«*r by.
srfem the mule# took frlpbt at a pass
ing locomotive angl dasbed across thv
many railroad track* that are ft th**
| locality. Tbe wagon ••• overtime I
>as tbe frightened animal* dashed into
a number of car wheel, that were on a
track near. Tbe result wa* the dam
aging of the mulra to a certain extent.
KPT Anus HOT) I**® —Reliable rind*
l*w will lend you any amount of mon
ey for any length of time on all hted*
of personal property at * very low rat#
of imerrat. Atl tranaactlona strictly
confidential- Steel-lined burglar pioof
*a'e» Under the Arlington hotel, oo
Jackson *tre*t. Lewis J. Brhaul.
With Judge Baxter.
Orderly Sergeant Wh-eler of the po
lice court summed up the buslnrss cf
: the recorder on hi# court record book
Unlay as follows:
M:uy Harper, three days In Jail.
Msry Harper (second charge), kbrec
days In jail. i ?. ,
William Mosley, sls; paid. *
Ed Dixon. $1: paid.
Caarlea Cage. Oft* day* In Jail.
Charles Johnson, sixty days In Jail.
Telia Moore, ten days in Jail
-1 eura Jones, ten days in Jail.
James Benn-U, $2.50; paid.
Colbert Woodward, five days in uiL
Carrie Coleman, ten days *n Jail
-out paid fines. $J8.50. All charges
were of elgbt’euth section variety.
Col. Dyer Back.
Col. D. B. Dyer, in response to a tel
egism announcing the death of Mr. L.
B Reavis, arrived here this morning
from New York. No one feels the sad
loss of the deceased mere than Uol.
Over, of whom Mr. Reavis was his
right hand mao. They came to Au
gusta at the same time and have been
most intimately associated in a busi
ness and social way.
Sign Fell on IHm.
A large wooden sign that, stands in
The Herald alley gave a small colored
hoy a bad fright today. The hoy was
parsing by the sign when it fell or
him. He was not hurt at all .but bad
ly scared. »
A BAD KICK OFF. ,<£ I «
Mark Hanna has declared for Mc-
Kinley in 1900. This is Hannas priv
ilege, of course, bat the president
could easily have a better man to kick
CUT THIS OUT
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gmount n»c»gtoiry «o $My a» m*rtsr ingftf*
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pgrvu It to THE HERALD
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tutoir tirng* l« your ’•WANT** column*,
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Trunk Factory Ml Broad «ir**t
CRFAM-CHBAM at i« JACMAON PT.
VEKT CHEAP-PI arv»lJ*. OI’NS.
musical l*rtrum*nia. watch*# aUaoat
glvefe away *• Gael# Iraw’a.
FOR PALE CHEAP—A BAIR OR
j young bora** Will work doubl* ta
■ingle C H Howard. Jr., at Howard
A Wllkl Drug 00. Jun* ** ts
FOR RENT—THAT LARGE AND DB-
PiIIABLE *tor* No. 74t Broad street
Uniier Miimh ball Apply «° W. C.
Jones. JO6 Broad street. Aept i
FOR RENT THE LARGE HAND
BOME dwelling No »M Broad street,
with yard mnnlng ttwraigh to Bill*
street. Apply to Juice Godin.
FOR RUNT —7-ROOM PWELLING
HOUIC 1267 Gmrae, with modern
Improvemcnta. Rem rt-aaonable. Apply
1I5« Ellis. Beptl
r " ■ ■" 1 "*"*
TO RENT—LOVELT ROOMS ON
first floor. Furnished or unfurnished.
At *25 Broad street. A “Li-
TO RENT—DWELLING OF 7 ROOMS
with all water convenience*. Posses
sion at once. Rent low. Apply 427 Fifth
street. D. Graham. Bept »
TO RENT—A NICE 4-ROOM COT
TAGE. 1227 Ellis street. Possession
given Immediately. Rent sls * month.
Apply 1229 Ellis street. Aug 9
FOR RENT —DESIRABLE RESID
ENCE of six rooms, 1917 Telfair street
Apply 1015 Telfair street.
TO RENT—7-ROOM BRICK RESID
ENCE, corner Ellis an>l Cummins;
streets. Apply M. B. Primrose. 954
TO RENT—THE KI-EGANT THREE
story store in the d'Antlgnac build
ing running through from Broad to Fa
lls Now occupied by L. F.Padgett. In
quire or H H. d'Antlgnac or Z. W.
Carwile. Sept 1
LOST AND FOUND
FOUND— DARK BAY MULE ON EVE
place below city. Has IT. S on left
shoulder. Owner can get same by call
ing for same and paying expenses.
SHORTHAND AND TYPEWRITING
only 85.00 per month at Osborne's
Business college. Monday. Wednesday
and Friday, at night. Come or call at
once. Great demand for stenographers.
June 17 ts
BOARD ON BATH, GA. LARGE
rooms end piazza. Cold, clear water.
Address Wm. C. Sibley. Aug 4
W E. SCOFIELD. 807 ELLIS ST.. RE
pair shop. Gasoline and kerosene
Stoves a specialty. Aug 4
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ANNUAL MOUNTAIN EXCURSION
FROM A COURT A. OA ,
WEDNDESAY. AUGUST lOTH, \l%
Charleston & Western
Carolina Railway Company
Round trip ticket* will he sold to
points named at the following low
Anderson. 0 C. .. .. .. ..84.0#
Asheville. N. C 88 SO
Glenn gprUurs, 8. C. .. ..14 .VO
o*e*nvHle. 8. C .14 00
Flat Nn k. N. C. IS 40
Hendersonville. N. C 86 40
Ho 4 Spring*. N. C. .. ..87 88
Lenoir. N. C .88 75
Saluda. N. C *6 30
Shelby. N. C *8 M
Spartanburg. 8. C 84.00
Tryon. N. C . 85 «6
Waterloo (for Harrta Spring*
Wayneawllle. N. C. .. .. ..87 8*
Walhalla. 8. C 85 SO
Tickets good for return passage no
any train until August Slat. I*9B.
I Fast schedule*, affording a delightful
| ride through the beautiful mountain
i scenery of Western North Carolina
| Tmin leave* union depot at 8:18 a.
i For any other information write or
T M. EMERSON, T. M.
K. M. NORTH. Sol. Pas. Agt.
W. J. CRAIG. O. P. A..
811 Broadway. Augusta, Ga.
Telephones. Bell 1254; Strowger 449.
7 Per Ct $500,000 ? Per Cl
FOREIGN CAPITALISTS WILL
loan half a Mii-lion dollars
oil really in Augusta, Oa Terms 7
per cent. For further Information s'ea
their attorney at law, P. J. Sullivan,
Ee , or Mr. P. O. Burum.
2040 WALTON WAY.
BELL TELEPHONE NO. 21!U.
Summerville Plumbing Company
awPlnmhing. Sewering and Ventilating
Steam amt Hot Water Heating a specialty.
r*r-Estimates Given on All Kinds of
Pipe Work. All Work Guaranteed.
SPAIN WILL DISCOVER..'
After Spain has had a few more of
those confidential talks with McKinley
she will discover that he is a very
pleasant gentleman who is always wil
ling to do the right thing.