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Contest Closes Oct. I.
JPOIt THE «B«T I.ETTEn, .....IH »
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fOR THB IO HEUtT ÜBTTEK ... 6 W
A traliffliui Inrrraar In bank <lr
piwlta and a lama inrrraaa m loan*
intilt ata that nit»nt*y ia not only *oln*
into iratir anti buainaaa
rapitily. but that ayrn thow who rklght
hat* frit tbaky iurlng the war and
Withdrawn their money from (he btuika
are now putting It back into circula
Loan a. according to the New York
weekly bank atatement. Increaeed sll.-
733,100. That la far above the average
Weekly expansion. But while loyna
made aucb a large increase, the gain in
depoatta waa «.-.371,500. A eerles of
atatement* reflecting am h t» money
movement will sarve to further demom
at rate what an extraordinary amount
W money 1* going Into the hanks from
Unknown eottrces. A week of bual
nos* at the New York banks which
calls for an expansion In loans amount
ing to nearly thirteen million dollars
goes beyond any ordinary increase in
requirements of the stock market, and
is a (air Index qf the business demand
ior funds. ■’>.
With ao strong a demand for money
for commercial put poses It would be
only natural to export steadiness or
seven a decline In deposits. But in
stead of such an extraordinary course
we find money piling up faster than It
is being loaned and it is being loaned
on a large scale.
National bank circulation decreased
$llB,lOO. which of course Indicates the
cheapness of the money market and
the lack of Inducement to take it out
for circulation with government bonds
selling at so high a premium. The
specie account shows an Increase of
$2,482,900. which, in view of the glut of
the money, comes merely as one good
thing in addition to so many others.
Ihat it does not claim special at ten
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! plariag their asowey where it will
j yWM them oaty t !•* pmr rwat.
| That la lit* rate as taltreat flearps*
i will ha*« to pay to tA* ItoAl On*
eroor Athlaan* hue borrowed and ihe
| far* that be weal to New York to get
it M a tribal* to the Mata rather ha*
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n la a trtbm* to the tathwtrta! poe
' sibllltle* of the atate. which abaorh alt
| available capital
The low rate nf lalermt at which the
, money am* torrnwad to New York
merely furalahea further coaflrmatloa
: of thia fart.
Credit to based upon the ability to
| pay and unless we were prosperous rtt
, urns of a proaperoua stale, a loan
| could not haee been negotiated at any
j such low rnt*.
Both side* of the negotiation furnlsh
j ra a tribute to Georgia.
But we are not selfish about thr mat
ter. While see have outatrlpped all
other southern slates, we share the
common pride of our sect ion in the
rates which other states have been able
to obtain Ixiulstaaa fours have been
disposed of at n good figure above par, j
while county bonds In Texas, bearing
five and even four per cent Interest,
have fouuil a ready market. All of
these faot* point to the substantial pro
gress and prosperity of the aouth. It
will soon be the "new south," 1n spite
of our love for the traditions of the
She will never lose the chivalry, the
hospitality, the citisen pride, which
have distinguished her, but it cannot
be disputed that she has passed
through a commercial apotheosis and
has taken her place In the front rank
of the onwaiil march of material great
Let her atill furnish Hobsons, and
negotiate 2 1-2 per cent loan*
Are you in favor of a public park for
lb. people of Augusta? Are you in
favor of utilising the present basin
for that purpose? If you are, let the
city council know your views. Let the
coimrllmen from your ward know how
you stand am) find out bow they stand
on the proposition.
The question of utilizfnz the old wa
ter basin must soon come up before
council. If the attempt is made to set'
It, in bulk, either at private sale or
public outcry it will bring in a ridic
ulously small sum to the public treas
If It is made into a public park. It
will be a godsend to thousands of the
people who must live io Augusta a.'l
during the hot summer.
May Bark was a~n ffffractlve place,
but was built in the wrong portion of
the city. The etty made the same mis
take in erecting a park there that an
improvement company did at Turpin
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•wvto*. atrwrtly wh*a the war began
I caa hardly recall aa ttortan-a *ra*r*
j 1 ha«* act received my firm tnf-rwm
ttaa of eveats *f the war Aiwa the •*•■
i n i na paper* The morning paper* am
pltftad the** a*w* Msonsteatot* 1
hav* talked about this with my bro
ther axerHaats on thto bk»k and they
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vantage of the a* ratag paper to the
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per* aa to which **a*te the war aa- I
Doonrevneata firm to Aagutia. morning
or eveala* paper*
I do aot tend oot any drummer* but
th* merchants on thto blork do. and
. hey tail me I hat they find Th# Herald
! r>*rr-where eeper iaily OO all fund*
i running Into Carolina.
Thto time y«a are right. The ere j
I niag paper* here hav# godea the war
! new* Aral. Thto has b*ri, ao evid*nt
and palpable la Augusta that It ha*
t.«en a aubtoct of comment on every
Yours very Irulf.
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Augurs. Aug $.
•Smite W «r liptgram*.
The following epigrams have become
famous during lb* war and will prob
ably lira in after history. Moat of |
ill,-in are already familiar to our read- :
Remember the Maine. Comma- j
dor* Schley’* signal to the Flying
You can fire when you are ready,
Grldley.—Commodore Dewey at Mar ]
Don't cheer, bova, the poor deylla |
are dying. Captain Philip cf the
War is not a picnic. Sergt. Hamil
ton Fish of the Rough Riders to hi*
The Maine la avenged. U Wain
wrlght, after the destruction of Cefve
Don’t mind me. bovi; go on fight
ing -Captain A. K. capron of the
To hell with breakfast; let’s finish
'em now A Yankee gunner to Com
Don't get between my gun* and the
enemy, t- Commodore Dewey to Prince
Henry of Germany.
There must be no recalls; Iron will
break at last. l/t. Hobson to Admiral
Take that for the Maine. Captain
Sigsbee as he fired a shot through the
:,,unish torpedo boat Terror.
We will make Spanish the court lan
guage of Hades. Fighting Bob Ev
ans when war was declared.
Who would not gamble for a new
star In the flag? Capt. Uuckey
O'Neill of the Rough Riders.
I’ve got them now and they will nev
er get home. Commodore Schley on
guard at Santiago harbor.
The battle of Manila killed mo, but 1
would do 4t again.—Capt. Qridley of
the Olympia, on his deathbed.
Exexuse me, sir; I have to report
that the ship has been blown up and
is sinking. Bill Anthony, of the
Maine. • •
Don't swear, boys: shoot. Colonel
Wood to the Rough Riders.
1 want to make public acknowledg
ment that I believe in God the Father
Almighty.—Capt. Philip of the Texaxs.
Afraid I'll strain my guns at long
range; I’ll close in. U. Walnwright
of the Gloucester, in the fight with
Don’t hamper me with instructions:
I am net afraid of the entire Spanish
fleet with my ship.—Capt. Clark of the
Oregon, to the board of strategy.
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! i»ju* h o* th** mllrt nit.
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gem* of tiutb.
Batter and cowardly soldier* run
when exposed to fir*.
Some thing# in moderation are worn*
than othrts in exc*a*.
Miser* and people with bad mem
ories are always for- getting.
There la nothing quite *o uninter
esting as a human pbc-nugraph.
The road io happioea* and the road
to misqry frequently run parallol.
You can often Judge a woman'* char
acter by the men she doe* not know.
The homelike hotel ia the kind the
average man always tries to avoid.
The good luck of their friend* wor
ries some people more than anything
A horse ts of no use until ho Is well
broke, but it is different with men and
A girl’s frame of mind has less to do
with her reflections than the fratno
which holds her mirror.
He who kisses a maid kisses a miss,
and ho who kisses another man’s wife
Iciasos amiss; ao the only thing left for
a man is widows.
Cbirago Daily News.
Dr. J. I. Terry, of Trimble, T«-nn.. In
npcaking of Chamberlain'*' Colic, Chol
era and Diarrhoea Remedy, says; ''lt
has almost become a necessity In this
vicinity." This is the best remedy In
the world for colic, cholera morbu*.
dysentery and diarrhoea, and is rec
ognized as a necessity wherever Its
great worth and merit become known.
No other remedy Is so prompt or effec
tual, or so pleasant to take. Sold by
Alexander Drug and Seed Co., C. R.
Pair of Bell Tower Drug Store.
Will Properly Celebrate the Glorious
Results of our Country's Magnificent
Success in War • .
‘Prosperous Business Means
Good Times in the SoutV’
You’ll Get Your Share
if You Advertise
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JOHN W. DICKEY.!
I and I Li.wary Bwlldtag
Anine few *nma dlaeredlt Hits aa
aerltan. but that* who have tried a
Oaa Hsn|« mold wot h* Induced 1#
adopt the otd-faahloned method again.
You see I- la ao easy tn regwlat* (he
(la* Range- If yoo want one s eeecnhm
to etiok more slowly than toother, you
havo but to turn the thumb screw j
and you can reduce the heat to any de
gree you desire The same with your
roast If It la doing too quh-hly, you
I don't need to throw open the oven door j
and run the risk of cWtltng It. You can
regulate your rang* to autt yowr meat.
The Ges Link! Co. of Hpsta.
e:i BROAD AT.
From Oct. Ist, handsome
House of eight rooms, all
modern conveniences. No.
1251 Ellis Street.
Also Cottage House of 6
rooms No. 1329 Ellis St.
E. J. HICKEY
212 Bth Street.
Buy Your Wife
a Greene Street Home.
No. 412 Greene Street Is located Itn
one of the must desirable sections of
the city. House built of brick in «
handsome and durable faahloti. Con
tains eight room*, bath, etc., all in
good order. Lot 48 by 116 feet.
If you contemplate purchasing a
home it will be to your iuterest to con
sider this property.
John W. Dickey,
1 and 2 Library Building.
DON'T RUN THE RISK
of Using Bad Language,
But Go To
Simmons' Bicycle Shop
711 broad btrkbt,
And Get Your Work Done Well.
For the next 60 days Bicycles Enameled
for 12.00—High Grade Work.
Lowest prices in town on Repairing.
Second hand Bicycles bought and sold on
ALL WORK GUARANTEED
THIS IS IT
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Tdiiormf. Hats, hnmhinp.
?j|p||i cm the mar
use if In our soda. It's
the best you ever tasted.
You'll think so when you
j | try it. 5 cents. Ice cold. I
I Our Chocolata Is /
The talk of the town ?
r*mity T>ktti IS for 3# ckolk 1
g sos |l oo* C
Bicycle Parties V
Will find oar p'mem I d*i tghlfal #
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A Delicious /
Plate of Cream c
Oor* mad# of pur* t ream and l
Ir.-h ftuits A sptwalty with s
IM I. “Ice t roam boa*. V
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Tt« BROAD ST. \
AUGUST A, GKOROIA. C
Sand ni your X
Fre®criptNfTi to nil. #
From Ctctob*r Ist. ISA*, the premia#*
preaent occupied by the Dish-Ame--
lean Dime Saving* Bank at *l7 Broad
street. Centrally located and well adap
ted for moat any kind of bualnesa.
Apply to P. M Mulherln. Secretary
i and Treasurer. *l7 Broad Bt.
i PORTNER’S /
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j Export \
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i are the best <
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NEXT TIME YOU HAVE
! Land's Headache Capsules
Made Only By
HOWARD & WILLETT DRUG CO.
Uncle Sana’s Navy, Port
folio No. 9, just received
j at Herald Office.
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th* abov* 4#*c*lbed properly. SSSSf *•
Georgia Railroad Bank.
PROF. P. M. WHITMAN,
209 7lh St. AbkosU, Ga
G! V ES r«E EYE TESTS fw *ll defect* m
sight, grtad* th* proper *!*■—. ami WaJU
H IVP- them-
Lenses cut into your 4rr» while yo# wait.
FREE OF CKARUE,
SPAIN IS DBKKATEJD.
Again hav# the bo,-a who sisr th#
blue whipped th# Spaniard* and plant
ed Use Stars and Stripe* on foreign
soil, and again ha* T. G. Mertln* de
feated high price*. Look at this:
Ue. Neckties 10c.
75c. and *1 Shirt* &oc.
50c. Suspenders **c.
*8 00 Trouser* $«.00
A full line of celluloid collar# and
I cufTe Just received. F. O. Mertlna, 024
Paine, Murphy & Co.
803 Reynllls Bt-=TeH*Hßßl^.3*
J ilrsU Leasso V- ires Unset to New York
Chicago and New Orleans.
Order* executed over our wire# for
Cotton. Stocfce, Bonds, Grain and Pro.
visions for cash or on margins. Local
securities bought and sold. Reference#
-National Exchange Bank of Augusta,
j or Mercantile Agencies.
MONET TO 10AI.
In any sums desired from
SSOO upwards, in straight
3 and 5 years time, or on
l O years time, payable in
equal annual instalments.
Lowest rates of interest.
No expense to borrower
except the usual attorney
and record fees. No delay
in getting the money.
Agent* Scottish Ameritan
705 Broad St