MCI KID rf* _
HAND WELT I)^.CO
SHOES *r O—
7h#y th# bttl Bhi>«t In Ihi world
(or the money. Wo moko 0 •pocUity of
these Sheet in oil colors end stylos the
very latest. Gentlemen, pay $5.00 If you
like, but youll get nothing better for your
Will Close Out at Cost
all Mates’ ana Children's Slippers, and
all Men's end Boys* Straw Hats will be sold
atone-third original prices.
Wm. Mulherln’s Sons& Co.,
846 Broad slrcet.
THE CLUBS AND SOCIETIES.
PREPARED FOR THE HERALD.
Anay osh! Nd» % I «■*s•#.
WA , | ft V’ I* Cl w Cilpl.aftA
poi**- * fie **
Shaft «e- i!eia*ated Ihr right to deeld •
lb. dlrrrtlnii tn which any of *h» fund.
•ImMI t"> expended. It twin*, ft OO 'w*.l
the of thl* bv*l.» thst noil'
of the fund, shrfll hr expended ex. ept I
In the carrying out of the objitli *>f the;
organisation. In tlw r htrvlli
V. The committer herein-sb»vo re
ftrr.il to .hall be kiiu.n e* the can'*
Otlve committee to whom eh.ll be re- j
ferre.l all applh atlt*. for relief, wheth- j
er In the county of Richmond or else
where Raid committee appointed a* i
liereln-ahove aet forth .hall have the j
power to request In writing. that the
President or the Vice President, acting
for the President, .hall order the Treas
urer to pay to the order of the eiec*|
nilve committer any armun’s which
the executive committee may desire for
.uch object, of relief a. they may deem
necessary, and the Tri a.urer of the or- |
Sanitation .hall, upon the order of the
Premdent, make out a rl»e< k payable
to the executive committee of the
amount eontalned In the order.
VI. The duties of the Treasurer shall
In- to keep an accurate account of all
money, received and .hall pay all mon
ey. to the order of the executive com
mittee upon the written order of the
President, when .aid order I. endore <1
by a majority of the executive commit
tee, and .hall bold .uch order a. her
voucher for her disbursement..
VII. A quorum of the organisation
shall be seven, and the majority vote
shall control In all matters brought be- j
for. the organisation. These by-laws l
shall %e changed by giving a notice at I
one meeting.of the intend'd change.
IN TORTOISE SHELL.
VARIED LINE OF
AS THEY ARE
(hr m ikf Ail# <4 tA# *•*#•♦#•(■ •*
It III* id
in ft*Ti SMMHt& St StS * IS iIM?
: *MI i|p A»4*'HDft
Xmwmg rWs't l itngry itllii.
incite >( tli# MHT» li
A*#-.*'“*•***# Ummr 4 <4 l»Wfrt«w
~f tbc t$ r*rt*D •’-"#*4 tkst m tA*r4
f r r , <w . |h A* kt<i l»r#ti t#k#tl «*#l IHI#
tituftt A fbtS iker* sll#4 s## lD«t ww*l* h
Th« |>tmi of buys Off !%ft «*» us |##r 1 *
!.#• htv'km isrh I# dotAid*
•|ibDli4it. ss M b#t A##** tA» »»*#*»»
«»M*ttting mssy s«v * sibM*Rb , r*.
j Tttr nt» AqoA# sr# not «Mk tlx #*i#t%n • m
' «t*y M *t* tliry «rt tslwi sst TV
? ut# smA st tlx* but mptiuig tksi (of
i c .|ii i>Biy | «wk r##nlt» In nx»r#
hsttsf «n <4
! tNMHiig them with*Hit (ss lose Vhf
h A w tjeen f iiAl la Strl #pl#»4klly
ftbst «4 m luVcrlVr to till#
t«o bfiiikf at i ttm# up# th# psy•
Imtnt of ten f*nt» This Ms pr»v#«
| p rt ,flub!r psiyrr,* of inrsntt.
twenty »<h‘k»| fbii(lp , li iuvi,
durlltff th# iw»t month. arilM them*
v .a irißtn) • two sols' h<tii4iy
. I .
i*i### dttnitg h#r #bs#n## from th# city.
tary in t>larl of R#v. Hunter Ihvl4*
'®«n. resign. <1 Th# v###n« y «»n th#
t»fi*r«! <*f dim tors will Dot b# lll»« d
until th# wit wr imt
The Daughter, of the American Revo
i ft |a said that a strong effort will be
made thl. fall by the local chapter of
Ihe Daughters of the American Rcvo
i lutioa to raise fund, for Ihe purchase
'of Meadow Oard •« Thl. purchase ha*
i been under consideration for some
i time, and several time, offer, to the
' property owner, have been made turd
accepted; but, up to the present, the
1 Chapter h». found It Impossible to ole
tain the never .ary amount of money. ft
I. really a reflection agaln.t not only
'our patriotic societies but against our
jolty at large that thl. famou. home
i of a signor of the Declaration of In-
dependence—•# home that ha. .heltered
I George Washington and DaFayetto—
I should lie permitted to fall Into decay,
jand the D. A. It.'s arv unanimous In
their derision, to make one more deter
j mined effort to gave it.
The Civic League.
' The Influence for good of the Civic
'• la ague could not have been more tell
ingly lllusirated than In the drrum
! stances attending Cleaning-up Day.
| There was probably not a lot In the
! city or suburb* that did not receive a
I thorough cleaning up. This Is proven
! by the fact that, although this was the
!27th of July, the streets have not yet
i been thoroughly cleared of the trash
(taken from the lots. Th • authorities
| declare that so unprecedently large
were the piles of weeds, etc., thrown
on the streets, that they did not have
the necessary facilities for removing
them immediately. If the Civic League
has done its part in securing the co
operation of the citixens in cleansing
j the city, surely the c ity should do Its
part by making the efforts of the
i League and public of some avail.
The King’s Daughters.
It Is more than probable that the
King s Daughters will be able to carry
out their scheme for the si If-suppor ’f
the met of the city In the establish
ment of a training-school for domestic
vice for women and the throwing
open Of vacant lots for cultivation by
the men, os the public Interest in these
i too Important projects in daily increas
ing. The King's Daughters will doubt
less have the hearty co-operation of
some of our wealthiest citizens. The
order has every' encourag ment to ex
pect the sympathy and the support of
the city authorities, who must recog
nize the fact that the King’s Daugh
ters have done more for the welfare of
Augusta's poor than any similar or
I At a rn.ettng of the Woman's Kx
jchange, hefd Monday morning, at.11:30,
reports were made of highly creditable
I work in a charity line being done this
If s«* •*' r *A • “ A#™ j
OeeftM#** *4 IV t *x4rAr##i f.
' ry#4 .
Til# l .|rc*iM
TV Lyffnin Ikulifl Mr# •«•#«•#*
#H#( # xt(V*#l flw *» r
«lw|lX#f# 4 V(i»M hM *"*»
. will D# ~»)« «i##
do* G‘*a ‘ at each altrarttob a«4 *•>t
tlim hundred and Mir f** n ***
«b< Lycrttm pnvll»«va »«“• *W
Tb* laikclde Club gar* another ot ti»
d liahtful concerts and 4an«» at the
club house Thur» fav rvenlM They will
t* given every -rther work until lb
j |tr. J. I- Terry, of Tumble, T«*iin . In
. r»ablng of Chamber). In'. Colic. Chol
era and Diarrhoea Remedy. Mir "I*
. heenme a nieetwllr in thl.
yp-tnity." Tbla la ihe beat r*medy In
the world for colic, cholera morbus.
•rent worth and merit become known
tu"l <M «r r .o lo take Hold by
Alexander Drug and Reed Co.. C. R
Pair of Bell Tower Drug R^re-
Me There Mtmi to be no quest,on
that divide, public opinion more Ui.in
nnnrxatiun Arc you In favor of l«?
Hhe - It Is rather .udden, but If you
(are willing I am.
i Oardolle. the druggist. t« the whole
sale agent for John Luca. A Co '*
ready mixed House Paint, the moat
beautiful and durable paint on Ihe mar
ket . A color card w til be furnished you
GETS THERE EARLY.
A great dial has been said as to the
slowness of the turtle’s mtr ements,
! but all we can say is he generally ar
rive* In time for soup.
Harmony in the Home Circle.
Pe-ru na protects our Acmts by driving out nrrvousntss and indigution.
Ijj I 1 al. exunes with health. Flump, jolly
dlSjlßftif'• children; calm, healthy mother;
' V 'i v . • > — bteatlT, jcinil hrislianrl. Such a
jxg Ju—->*' family can face any ordinary trial
% \ successfully. The snappy retort is
A ■ not heard; nervousness, gets no
/ eStf *!\ .‘J foothold; trifles do not annoy; har-
VL mony prevails. Is this picture rare?
trjgz? 'ST / \ m • SsSSSU Unfortunately It is. Excited nerves
A * , r fjjyAvsVv destroy good dispositions. They
\ il , bring on all kinds of ill health in the
, an\\\\VlN V-XN mothers. Nervous mothers make nerv
„„s children; nervous husbands make the
" is nervousness there is
catarrh; each breeds the other. Overcoming
'% K nervousness and catarrh cannot be accoro
• lish „, by force of will: nature must bo
assisted. Head the following letter from Mrs. E. Ludering Cornwall, Cal
I am fifty-eight years
Pe-ru-na is the right thing to take f r ( i,. ( . Ujr six times for medicine
it this spring n Iso for a ton*. “ Smt fcel any better; so 1
for th# nerves ana to regulate tne uri « wftl ,i,i ( \ Q the work.’’
concluded to take Pe-m-na and t found out that It would do the worn.
Indigestion is catarrh of the stomach. It spoils the di*posttio« and hke aU
catarrhal troubles has been considered imposs.ble
Alexander, N. C„ suffered with it; Pe-ru-na cured her. Read »
Pe U -n -na Tean ‘ever prJse Pe-ru-na enougi and will''always recommend it.”
Inflammation of the raucous membrane is catarrh, whetherinthe pclvrn
organs, stomach, lungs or head. Elizabeth Grau, New Athens, 111., say .
“ For two years I ha*l catarrh of the nose very bad; I doctored with two
phyMdansb/t did not help me. On Dr. advree I began to take
Fe-ru-na, and am now completelyjcured.
THXI AUOUBTA BXKALD.
LABOR AND LABOR MATTERS
DV JCROMK JONKK.
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| f d## fr«ip D 4‘#|*Df*H t® H*fiM
l4o*v tAry Ad## ddlt f#« ? *D"*y * '*•**'*•
? rmofffti I# W f i* «® *“ ;
f nflirtf. I #(»( ftivi *D“i
QRllff #D#A flfYOWM*®* "*
KUlltv 4 •#!• 4 Iddl#®»D##«v dd XJ*
#h#r» Ait# b##« t# «#t DDlaaful.
JlMil that Mt't *n*h# *A#m #ll tinmk*
Jar4D. TA# mm*l***r k#«# *if#ani«Dl»«»D
.!*»#» nut 4iff#r tmm >nhm tn It# P^r
\mdgr *4 I*r«#i<l#«>t KitAf. I •*« #nnvine
. , ~, , ~,1r,| a .rtl run*
ml in.i ni* .i.uim w•* ~ ■—
(duct fmm hi* men. I *<»M «*fc *»•
’nubile to view this mstter In • reason
'.bl. Ilcht. When unioß men *o «ut <u»
' u „l, xhf first thing considered l« 'h*
'cause, and thst will a|>|e-«l to the pub
ill, sympathy; If fi‘d l*R atrtke t. bwt
*»i the beginning Knowing this, is tl
tea.on.ble to aupfma. they would Im
r,-rtl their Interest by turning rioters
I The.e men hare nothing to gala by
'aiich conduct, but everything to !»»*•
jin the case of the Chicago atrlke.lt »»a
nut the railroad men who were the dts-
I turbers. h» waa clearly proven. t»ut
hoodlums snd riff-raff. The man who
J, In. a labor organisation dm-a ao to
Improve hit condition soclslly and fin
ancially. and ba* sense enngh tn knnw
to call a strike and turn rioter 1. not
the proper way to proceed In bringing
about this desirable result. The public
should view thl* matter In a aenslhle
way; give us cr-dlt for having at least
native wit Slid do not charge use with
what the hoodlum element I* guilty of.
The Delta strik ■ was general all over
Ihe country, and, strange to say, there
was no violent demonstrations, only in
M a* imm TM'f. «x»ffn# s* '
a j.,.. ♦* #hk## * VIM MM* I
(in » % •«'<# #»•<*»** * Ikdh * •#**# |
tllha* t tt >J» y < :%■>%? mWO WFmW
i #•_ * Hts*? -lb# I"' f 111 t I %%* ■%«*€*'% If *•
•*#**«•' I# nthr-'-m iMI • mrnm «M#f 4Ml##
filli itl it nil #• «t»|» t . #f#l
. . m igKttoiir fifimt A Ir*f-k#
j , f| |.,g4 Aflw# 4r*»MUl4 Vtlff
mV rW |d itrfl It ID#
Ml .. t# ir njl
| yvtjtrMl UAK#-#Dl##4 #Hk
h‘* »#V*r fMI V. tl 1
u-ui iiiiii h*iiil4 Id |V MR# IMltki
• i<«4 4 ••iwwkMD m mmr
. _ || |H £ 0 ( g q|t4>#fi««D
j * f a jj. mi fImK (Drlkiitaif
p-odm. kbw House tw« to going w
ID AuCUMI* TV •81$ V *°* #DJa|riD.l
l. Ltrvnrt Id tM ViMlDg Ilf*#. #*k m#f»
»M| «k#y #t# ##|IIDD Unimj *l*4 «K#l
IWDD f*Dld D («•* $#DfD «f». * In*
formed <>n g«.d authority that wage*
are muck l»«tt In Annuals than those
y<*n> ago ft roatn lew in erect the
inttldma le»» lo repair It. and Ct rent,
are tucreustom. Now. contlnu.Bg In the
, Mme strain. I find that labor Is a
j product to lie sold at n market price,
subject t» a rlw and fall, arrordtng lo
■supply and demand. The wealth of ibe
'country iS*lncrea*tng. from the fact
that more wealth can he turodueed from
i labor—for we*nh Is the product of la
? bor more than al any former perbid.
hence wealth is Increasing, but Ihe
*tat< ment that there !» *l4 t« the head
ls false. A Stive! rrsnehlse f»r a rail
road Is mnie valuable today than It
I was twenty years ago. yet It cost leas
111, oiterate It. According to this d dur-
I Hon. we will Soon have very rich sod
I Yes! I do not believe that the great
'inass of the wealthy pcopls of this
j country desire this; on the contrary,
(they are opposed lo It.. But they can
not bring altout the change, A step In
I that direction would tie received with
(suspicion by the nuns.. Labor must
help work out this problem If proper
:.tcp. are taken It will receive support
! from many quarter* not expected.
There will soon be some sport on In
labor rank. In Augusta, and our people
may learn what a nent tobacco boycott
■ Is. The clerk* will he The leader* In
the fight and will he ably seconded by
the lubor union, generally, ft bid. fair
to furnish original slghl* snd reading
for the natives, ft will he closed by the
early closing movement, or rather not
eb sing. The clerk, will a called ses
sion at an early date and then look
George Gnotaell is now with the
Lombard machine works.
Men In the railroad shop* are all
busy ut full time.
Lombard machine works last week
shipped a fine holler to the Hossvvelt
cotton mill, a little beyond Atlanta.
A trades anil labor council will soon
be formed. The matter Is In the hands
of the machinists. A knight of labor
assembly wIU siton Ist organised. An
organiser from the east I* now In the
city and reports meeting with great en
couragement among a certuln class not
reached by tradesmen.
The carpenters are active In Kansas
City tor the introduction of the eight
The Building Laborers’ Unions in
New York have entered Into an agree
ment for the' year With the Master
Builders’ Association on the basis of on
eight-hour workday and 30 rents per
hour, wages to be paid once every week
and the employment of members of un
ions only. Hod carrying and building
laborers require no groat skill, but a
Utile of the men’s skill has been put
into their organization, with the above
11l H recent discussion before the New
York Social Reform Cluti upon the sub
ject of bringing tabor and the church
into closer contact, one of the speak
ers said: "The workingman has found
a new religion, finer than the old. It
preaches that life is more than proper
ty. that the tie which binds man to
man is the noblest. It Is a religion for
the present day; it is an honorable re
ligion. A workingman finds a Bcati dis
honorable; a rich man remains a pillar
of society when he has ruined others
in Wall street. Religion Is the aspira
tion of man for the best, things; the re
ligion Of labor embraces more of them
than the church does."
HALF PRICES ON BOYS' SUITS
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1 • 4HV V» (VI. 4pm DMA Mi A# |V4A4| BRAVI
J. B. WHITE & CO, Cloning Depulml
- tt*r ms stove
ssi Mitmt stltMT.
V 91 M I I HI
««i r ami
VI I A
The U»L hut on* of our wim)-«nnu<kl Cholton##
S#>v* wilt Im» c'ownvtl with no array of tjnrgain*, »uch
m finy store may ba proud of. Soma of tha Special
value* ara Iho ratults of our own affort* carafully
I pinnMtl for th* occasion many w»*k« ab O. Others, w*
'ar* frank to confasa. ar* ralltar accidental, msraly
nttribiilabi* to our ability lo take quick a<lvanta#a of
th# #nexpFCtwd turns th© mftrktli At A'*
iin nil it it a wond©rful colltction of choic# Shoe© that
will bo told at our new stora this waak for
v si.eQ- 1 x
Fiftaon dlfferant stylaa In Ladiat* Low and High
Shea* and alght differant stylos of Man's.
Thaso aro ganuinr* bargains purchasad by our Mr.
Gouley whlla in tho East. . _
Agents for H»n*n &. Son. Stacy Adams 4 Go.,
Edwin C. Burt and Ziegiar Bros.
OUR BEAUTY SHOW
AT BLiail S CRYSTAL PALACE
a $ tc*
BLIGH’S CRYSTAL PALACE
COLUMBIAS ON TOP
' 100 —-
TO SELL AT $50.00
This special lot bought for cash
and no more at this price.
DEVENEY, HOOD & CO.
GUARD AGAINST SMALL POX
Destroys Bed Bugs, Roaches, Fleas and Other
. annoying Insects.
PURIFY YOUR DRAINS AND PREMISES.
W E PLATT, Agent., 312 Jackson St., Augusta, Ga
b MW runrlnc dom* of «* rfba
UrautlM ara Soli cam. and dlaoar a»ia
OM mI«M aa wail at «mpt la wat
ll>« rainbow, aa U daacrlbo ail that*
good quailtiaa. Tba war U>ar «f»
tnc la a caution to Ihooa who lr**o4
purchase ab*a tkar ran b* bad fa*
~l*t Inc him aom*ttme.“ Brttar pur
chut wbaw «b*r tea ba bad for anca
low prlcce ta wa ara of'erlnc ts-m.
do for dataware, croebarr. biwcb
#c.. lima and lanruef* fall ua la 101 l
of the wonlbra ibal wa tall Doa ' for
• 1 that ou. aaro prlo«# wUI ba*p
lumambar Ills plao#
IM | M at At
BVIt I lANSV