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oro dl»hoat)cd at «mr». ilhrutd Ibfj
tt-> rojaotrd. will bo no ronplalnt
oo tbr part nl an* of tbr tr»»o(W of pro
Icapril artlvity, WUb tbr awooity rr
pot ‘4 for heroins ail tb* tr *npa now
In a*r*>rr tindrr »nn». tb-* Proaident
aril probably retain In aervlco acme j
W.iwa nun for Caban operation*. po»-
albly I«.OW> for two in Porto Uleo for a
abort time, and aa maty for the Philip
pines a* may b* found nroeaiary under
the from* of the complete aettleir.'nt,
** *‘JU the treat}' of faaro will deter
mine all cjucitlrna. tnrludtaw that of
the Philippine*, w. may be able to |tl
rid of she «*holc re’untrer army In
Aitatlc watera before fall. Mtifh of Ih •
refillsr army may be t-r'd for service
In the West !cd'.f, and the pr-cea* of
.reduction will probobly act last upon
the Increased regular army.
**l?aleaa I am gr-;atly mistaken, pub
lic opinion will sustain Congress in
malting permanent the Increase In the
ivgular army authorized at tb* begin
ning of the war. With GO.OOO men, the
army will answer. I hope, erery pur
pose for whlrh an army may be em- i
ployed in Cuba and Porto Rico, after
those islands shall have ceased to be
Spaijish for a yoar or two.”
The Intimation thrown out that an
active movement of the army will so! |
low the rejections by Spain of the j
terms offered by the President makes
It plain that the alternative of peace or
n-ar has been consider'd, nnd that the
wtr department is prepared to follow
the tr.ore diFagreenblc alternative If
Spain rhall so ►Meet. Spain l*. In no
humor to force a summer campaign In
Cuba, for In the camp of the Spanish
prison, rs In Santiago r.mong men whj
are mere advnntageoijaly situated In
some rospccta than they were wh.?n
they wcTe Spanish troops, there are
2.000 sick. The belief is that there? Is
much sickness at Holguin and at oth
er 'eastern points not yet rPEChsd br
Oen. Shaffer's army. And Information
from Havana shows that the army of
Gen. Blanco Is greatly afflicted with
sickness and weakness attributed to
the scarcity of previsions.
Bank Open at Santiago.
New York, Aug. 6,—The North Am
erican Trust company cffitfC has re
ceived a cablegram from S. M. Jarvis,
it,’* vice president, now at Santiago, in
which It is atat<?d that the company
has secured the banking rooms former
ly occuped by the Bank of Spain at
Santiago and that the office has been
fully equipped. Business will begin cn
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H«um, Fever Sores, Tetter. Chapped
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f no pay required. It is guaranteed to
>ve perfect satisfaction or money re
funded Price 23 cents per box. FOR
BALE BY HOWARD & WILLET.
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MAY CHASE TO EXIST.
la.on* Commercial Club Think* ol
doing Out ol Hu»lne*».
Marno. Oi.. An* l lt 1* highly
pr> Uaol* that the Commercial club, the
uidtU and mo** IhffomUal aoclnl rlukj
in the ritr. will at an early data go out
of i ulllfl The Commeerial eiubj
' I* composed of the h ading bua.neaa and .
professional men of the city, and per-|
Uapa more wealth ia represented among
hi members than la lo I* found In an.> ;
|club in the male; but lately the pal
irenage ha* ebo<en a great indifference
1 on the part of a large number of tha
! loading numbers, and the conaetjueo
<cj la the exs»en»ea hava been greater
than he lot: roe. Juat wbnt Macon
would do without 'ho Commercial
club la a puxzle to many of the mem
bers and the very tto night cf being de
prived cf It may cauee the member#
I to rally to It at tbo loat moment and
! reorganize It or at least rejuvenate it.
1 In case the members of the Commercial
jciub should allow it to pass out of ex
istence. ns a club. It Is highly probablo
• that the Elks, who have been looking
I for a location for a club, will purchase
'the club furniture and rent the rooms.
I The furniture, while a little old. is In
[good tepair, and well adapted for club
! purpose*. The rooms are also ele
gantly sliustod for club purposes The
| Elks have on hand a nice sum of money
I with which to start a club and they
I are anxious to get It started. They
! are anxious to gel hold of the Com
i tnerclal chib’s furniture and rooms and
| are anxiously awaiting (he result or
the Commercial's action, which will be
Mrs. Michael rurtsln Plainfield, 111.,
makes the statement that she caught
cold, which settled on her lungs ; she
«ns treated for a month by her family
physician, but grew worse. He told her
ishe was a hopeless victim of consump-
Itlon and that no medicine would cure
[her. lit* druggist suggested Dr.
1 King's New Discovery for Consump
tion: she bought a bottle and to her
delight found herself benefltted from
the first dose. She continued Its use,
and after talcing six bottles found her
self sound and well; now does her own
housework, and Is as well as she ever
wait. Trial bottl»s 10c of this Great Dis
covery at Howard & Willei's drug store,
barge bottles 50 cents and ft.oo.
Family V». War.
Grand Rapid", Aug. 6. Mrs. John
Vos, wife cf Lt. Col. Vos. 32nd Mtchi- ;
gan volunteers, now at Femandina,
today began suit against Miss Rose
Vansluls for ten thousand dollars dam
ages. for alleged aleniaticn of her hus
band’s affections. She had already
filed suit against her husband for sep- j
arate maintenance, declaring that
had contributed nothing to his family’s |
support since his regiment assimblgd
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mutual Insurance snrlet*. The taglh-1
d by which roaspensstioo fur Umi by
fire »aa asa ie la tbn* esplain*# In
*(ba-gas. and ia a sinking p* *»f <4 tb*
itonughiy ptsttlral otrwa of tkn old
"Theca irs three lit uses Id every
i man’s dwelling for which nxnpenMMion
J may be obtained In event of their be-
I tag burned down.” tin l>-eland.e dwel-
I ling* each maun wn* a sc pa rat e hut Id
Img and no I* called n "house”) "One
Ila the woman s sitting mum, anedber
I the common sitting room, nnd the
!third n pantry where the women pre
j pare the dead. If n man has both >
I sitting room nnd n hall, then nt the
spring assembly toe should ihuoae whe
ther he would rather have the sitting
i room or the hall Insured, If there t*
!» church or rbnpel on any roan'i farm
'then that i* the fourth bouse liable for
!rompenanfion. where It rniix If *ny
one of these holism aforementloaeil I*
burned down, the owner should sum*
mon five of hie neighbors and get than
(o estimate the damage that tons been
"They shall estimate the dafnnge
done to the h ruse Itaelf and als® that
done to clothes and other valuables
burned along wiib It; hut only aucb
clothe# and valuables as the ownor
requires for dally use shall be reckon
ed for compensation.
"If a church 5* burned there shall bej
reckoned along with It for rompensa-!
lion, all the hangings, the choir and
the beat bell that has been des royed,
If there were more than one, and all
the furniture required for dally use;
the same thing shall be done In the
case of chapels.”
When the damage has been valued
by the neighbor? as above provided,
one-half of the loss had to be borne by
the yeoman himself, and the other half
wan made good by all the other yeomen
in the district.
Prom each of these a certain amount
was levied in proportion to the value
of his property, and If this were not
paid ‘Within a specified time, it could
be seized by law.
Eileen. .- .
She Is the sweetest maiden
And loveliest. I ween; .
She Is the sweetest maiden
That ever man has ween.
No skies are drear
When she Is near,
When tender words of love I hear
From sweet Eileen.
Her pretty lips are rosy.
The rosfest ever seen;
Her preity lipa are rosy,
With gleaming pearls between,
There is no bliss
To equal this—
One long and clinging, loving kiss
From sweet Eileen.
How tender are the glam-os v
Aglow with Cupid's sheen;
1 How tender are the glane.es
That, beam from eyes serene!
With sweet surprise
There sudden rise
Such melting glances from the eyes
Of sweet Eileen.
, She Is the loveliest maiden,
And loveliest, I ween; >,
She is the loveliest maiden
That ever man has seen.
I’ll ne’er resign
This melden mine,
But worship ever at the shrine
Of sweet Eileen.
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11.1,1 ’SION OBSTDOVCIX
* • mmmmmmmm
No Solid Gold srrvkr at Windsor
la tb* bngnst number of the Call
Mai Oaaatte. "B. M I * It a very la
’ terretlag ortirle, tllttslrated fr.ua spe
cial photograph*, describing ’Tbe Roy*
■al Plate at Winds r Castle ' dewtroyed
! * long rhrrisbrsl Illusion. Far many
rests we bare |rs constantly reading
and f'-srlng of gran) gold services
M Windsor, “It M. J " assert* that
tbs r, arc no sorb thing* Tbe so-called
[gold plate la mahtty sliver gilt. Thera
are. of course, here and there, a few
I vases dishes, bt* la pure gold, but
.they arc <otuparstlv* ly fen In number.
Tbe rikson Is not far to seek. Inde
pendently of it* enormous rest the
weight of rent gold plate sihiM be so
■great a* to render It practically usciesa.
Take, flnr Instance, tb* r.mous Itmper
,or'a service, whirl) la only used for
I crowned heads, and of which It ba*
[been Jocularly said that It cannot be
, burgled, as it would require a eprdal
train for Its removal. Some of Its
, rprrgnes weigh, as it is. several hun
dredweight* Censlder thrlr weight in
• gold! Kvnmlbe ordinary flat dUhrn. of
which thrre nr* doien*. two or three
arc quite as many aa an ordinary man
•■an curry, without conslderltig the
weight of the viands they arc meant (o
contain. Raven or eight of the plates,
with tbelr thick gadroon edge*, again
make one man's load; while the cst»-
delahra If made In gold would be prac
tically Immovable. Aa an example of
the weight of gold plate, one has but lo I
lift ore* of a pair of bower baskets
presented to her majesty on th.» occa
sion of tier Jubilee. Hroe we llnd an
ornament not more than twelve Inch®*
In height, with a plain twisted handle
to Imitate basket-work, which must
weigh ut least nine to ten pounds! A
dinner plain of standard gold would
weigh more (ban one and a half times
as much as a Hllver one of the same
size, and he worth for metal alone
Mystery of flenn.
The mass of superstition about Jew
els died out among cultured pople In
the seventeenth century and half way
through the eighteenth century we
find the learned congratulating them
selves on their escape front the thrall
dom. There Is «n old work on the
subject by Cnrolllu* Leonardos (hat
Is <1 llghtful reading; the list of gems
includes many we do not have today
and others Ihst never existed outside
of the author's Imagination, itie ale
corla, for example, makes a man In
visible. Then, "being held In thi mouth
It allays thirst and therefore ts proper
for wrestlers.". It Is said that Milo,
the famous wrestler, owed his success
to the fact that he wore this stone.
This stone Is to be found but In one
place, the lntejttines of a capon that
has lived seven years. "When the
stone has become perfect in the
capon," says this old writer, "he
doesn’t drink), However, 'tin never
blggcd than * ..large bean.’*
The virtues of coral arc many. It
keeps 'iff ghosts, bad dreams, storms
and "every incursion of wild beasts."
It cures a long list of diseases. “I
have It from a creditable person,’’ says
Leonsrdus, "and have often experi
enced it myself, that it will prevent |
infants. Just born, from fulling into 5
epilepsy. le t there be put In the mouth
of the rhlld, liefore it has tasted any- |
thing, half a scruple of the powder of
red coral and let It he swallowed; for
It is a powerful preserver."
Another enrlous stone of which Le
onardua speaks in the hezoar, which
was a “red? dusty, tbrlttle and Ugh
stone,” taken from the body of some j
animal, a.nd said to he a preventive ;
of melancholy. Queen Elizabeth had
one of these stones; Charles V hall
four of them,'*'
The Horn a Its. tied little hunches of
coral around) the necks of their chil
dren, and tOjtfiis day coral necklaces
and ornaments are given children.
The superstition about opals is modern
No ill omen was attached to these
stones hefnrq rjthe present century—on
the contrary, the ancients esteemed
no stone inojp:
Mouse and Lot.
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THE HOWARD I WIILEf DRUG CC
EVERY THING ON WHEELS
FIELD 1 KELLYS
Just received, the finest
line of Baby Carriages in
the city. Agents for Ramb
ler, Sterling and Crawford
Old filar Ice Worts Mutaj
Pm;!, Tatis, Pp, Sc, Cheap
Lombard Iron Works
l_jn*t received. In store, 1 esr—2o tons—
ATLANTIC WHITE LEAD.
This is the standard White I.'sd of
the United Mutes.
2—We have three other White Lead brands
—to suit any aunts.
8— We lieve in store SO tons Mineral l’aints
(dry) for outhouses, fences, roofs, Ac.
4_We have several brands Linseed Oil.
THE HOWARD 8 WILLET DRUG CO.
2040 WALTON WAY.
HELL TELEPHONE NO. 2101.
Summerville Plumbing Company
Plumbing. Sewering ami Ventilating
Steam and Hot Water Heating a Specially.
gap- Estimates Given ou Al! Kinds ol
Pipe Work. All Work Guaranteed.
The Store House, 512 Jackson
street, now occupied by W.
Edward Platt, ombalmer and undertak
er, will be for rent from October Ist,
j ns' he Intends removing to the north
-1 oaßt comer of Jackson and Tolfair Stn.
IA nice dwelling of four rooms and all
conveniences over store. Apply on
JOHN F. M’CARTHT,
Late of Royal Conservatory, at Leipzig,
For terms, dates ,etc., address 512
NUith St., Augusta, Ga.
A Spanish Inventor has designed an
ornamental hoofplate for otiachmenl
tc horse shoes, the shoe fining provid'd!
with a rim around the top in which the
lower edge of the plate is inserted to
Because it Prints Exclusive and Copyrighted Spe
cials Under an Irrangemeni With ihe New
York Journal and Published Simulta
neously in The Herald and the
New York Journal.
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lor the time you want the paper to run. and
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Tbe llcut on
W.H. Lynch & Co.,
Yellow Pine Lumber
i Builders’ Hardware.
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cm F- XiltirEchE 74. I » AUGUSTA, SA.
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