THREE HUNDRED •
Of MimM' O*»4roo*» 4Ad l«-
* f»m*g 4 MfNffm. both t**o« <MM» C*ocofcrt*.
»iii i* mM •* 3ft ft#* Btl4 aUcciwnt. f*WI»
4b lot 1.00 *\hm way %••*•
nil tfipfMin (Hot »«r« from 7ftc.toftl.fto.
POR BOYS ->
Wo will clooo out 30 po»m of
Fir* OaforO* at MUf pr*cft* ChiWw can
woor Summit Shoo* 00 <»**• kH>«or and
our pricot put thorn In roach of a*U
VVm. Mulherin’s Sons& Co.,
846 ftroad Street.
THE ARMY AND
crltrf fna Oiftta.
Th* at «t* >Hf»»A
C«M) I H,W.
t4r. Otr AikiWDt IM <
s«mto* <0 kto* from away nftk -■».
♦aprfgumg tl»# thank* lay *b» •*■*« -
In« ty *wg*etag mi tke a*** i
it ik. awi and N*n !#»«*» *
i n m ik. (Him nrf r i* Dm «a
mtMkai. gsaft* ay «4* Rickm.**
r«n»iy Alviaton of tb# Lingo* aa4 r*ns j
'Tori M«fb*r*oa. Allan.* «*• -Ora
W T. AthtoaoM -My !*>■*' Ora Atkta
ma—faar tairf letting **f tb*
htnA iMirtMka #» tk* R «has -ad
rtmmtf Alelaum of tk# A nay aad Ma
ty u«|w matitt Yt a kata mo Mm
bow a«- fa' Ik* article* *r* a*4 h •«
much obliged w# af* la Ik* Wirt tor
them. n*mm ri|mr to >h«m my •»
grertatto* Very »l I<—e»ly.
"IHaie D. Taylor,
“MaKr "U *»rc*na JMate* Ar
mr f -niwanrfia* fl*w«*ral HoapHat.'’
•fail UriahMaoa. On . Ur* W Y.
Atktn»< n, Prcutdant of ikr Army and
Maty Uui* Rxerutlv# Maaaton. Al*
taaia Ga (Mat Madam:-~l wt*b to
convey throeth roar k'adn#** tka sin.
err* tbaak* of ik* awry heaekelar'e*
o» tk* rarni rontribution of tcernia,
trr’ , m 4 piker romf irt* furnished th*
ak-k and w ucd *4 la Ikr brsnttal at
Ikl* pool, through Ik* kraet-jUar. of
tk* Richmond cotm’y dlvMett w thr
Anay and Navy League.
“Tfcra. supplt** war r*ry opportune,
meeting a**»**l4Ja* In lh* aftaatJoa
here which grnstTy alleviated Ik* dla
trrrs that meat la endured by tkom
•ho ar* milf?rtng t!nd»r th* Dai. and
ar* highly rppi*i-lat*4 by us all.
••Wbtle tb* wta- hr* Ua horror*. U. on
th* otk*r hand ggerda opportunities
for ih* *ypr*«*lrii cf thane elevating
sent.meoto- patriotism sympathy *c-T
benevol*nr« —which ar* ao beautifully
exemplified In th* lift* of your soelety.
-V*ry *lnr*r*ly yours.
-Post Chaplain. Unlt-d Stale* Army.
“Rictated ky 0. J N.”
Will Not be Celebrated In Augusta
September sih Is Labor Day.
In a number cf elite* tn tbit country,
It will be celebrated by the members of
federations of trades.
Will It be observed In Augusta?
From what ciuld be learned from a
talk with Mr. Jerome Jones, president
of the Augusta Federal Labor Union,
the day will not be taken no.e of here.
Perhaps In a year or ao It will, but i.t
present the growth of the labor union*
In this city la now not/nough to get
up the enthusiasm necessary to get to
gether enough labor men to show up a
parade of any length.
Labor Day comes on the flrst Mon
day In September always.
IN TORTOISE SHELL.
VARIED LINE OF
AS THEY ARE
HOW IT IS
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taped suspybit aa la »k* *•'*»» M
p«.w *4IM* Ml nm • P*y»WM fu*a Ar J
atr* in ftwlaim fctm mr k*r**M a kaak
Of court* a crypt 4**l ha* hew* pub-
IMbed aa tka awkjart. MM It bat k**a j
■ Astty la teßa’ pkraaeußßP AUd <•*»
nut bate Ms »# rhsf aa • htll If at
la It a Altcpee oa Hi «Mket Wo~ K
how la a prua I -Aed on vho tie*
tuck a k*t.itea T »a* on* «f *ka !«'*-
itnua aak*4 today by a twrtata patty
Aa aaataer. It may ka wild suck I*
sot a atlcasa «» oa-‘a charaater Of
rout** nst't credp -if* may took oa
• fce matter Hi a dlC*reut H*kl fro* Ik*
central prbUa. tor la tk* parlaae* rt.
tka day. "tk*y loa*" ky tb# pafitiuo.
uateos Ike bankrupt when ke la '» a
petition to per doea tk* right thing
land acttlea with hi* credltorm Walt
Ih* I* tn the praltkm of being mlttlng,
| but without mean*, and ran aee no
mean* «min* la tk* near future of (
eattltng b'a Ind -btedmsa. he doe* a
! -erfertly l-gltiiaat* and atr.rtiy am.'sl
| thing la ti ng a petition to be ad- ,
| judged a bankrupt.
If he did not he could not pay any- j
! vay and ao It la that tb* fling on a
relieve* th* st-*ln ce him and allows :
him a new surt m the buainesa world.
K< w. how would one go about be
| coming a bankrupt? Take a raa# whet#
e perron, after having eahauated all re- !
f rouree* toward* set! ling hie lndebt-*d
new. find* be I* In no way of cnneel
llnx tb# dsbta. H* would then hire y
law: r and hare a baAkruptcy petll -in
drawn up. Here's where a fee eor-is
In. greater or lesa, acrcrdlng a* the
cate may be.
Tbe lawyer would then file the pe
tition with tb? Untied Str.toa eoramis
gloner and again a fee of about S2O
would be charged. Tbe petition once
filed would put the debtor in a position
such that h!s creditors could not In
any way proceeded against hint. The
petition would be taken before tbe
judg? cf the Unlied States court and
granted If the grounds for filing war
ran‘ed. But even before such was done
th* mere filing of It would prove a
safeguard against a pressing creditor.
Tbe filing of a bankruptcy petition
should be looked upon In tbe same
Ught as the going Into the hands of the
That's th» way the commissioner ex
plain* the matter to the reporter.
RELIEF IN SIX HOURS.
Distressing Kidney and Bladder Dls
,u< relieved In six hours by “New
Great South American Kidney Cure."
It Is • great surprise on account of It*
exceeding promptness In relieving pain
In bladder, kidneys and back, in male
cr female. Relieves retention r,f water
almost Immediately. If you want <;ul. i
relief and cure, this is the remedy. Sold
by L. A. Gardelle, druggist, Augusta,
Ga., 612 Broad street.
The regular monthly meeting of tha
King's Daughters will be held tomor
row, Wednesday, afternoon at 6 o'clock
at the residence of Mrs. C. A. Row
A Narrow Escape
Thankful words written l)y Mis .Ade
K. Hart, of Groton, 8. D. “Was taken
I n-ith a bad cold, which settled on my
! lungs; cough set .'n and finally termi
nated in consumption. Four doctors
gave me up. saying I could live but a
[short time. I gave myself up to my Sa
vior, determined if I could not stay
with my friends on earth, I would
meet my absent ones above. My hus
band was advised to get Dr. King's
New Discovery for Consumption,
Coughs and Colds. I gave it a trial,
took In all eight bottles. It has cured
me, and thank Ged, I am saved and
now a well an dhealthy woman. Trial
bottles 10 cents at Howard & Willet’s
I drug store. Regular size 60 cents and
'sl,oo. Guaranteed or price refunded.
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wif its, luAlirg by iba ***? us*-» wM?
•kosM ka attwagedi ta kt* ntg ll
ik* agtrwr* saka sseavwd ssa4*T ktm. I
iMI are crag Mm ftw* tk# fnmt Rat • j
ly and are addsa* talk# MWaaewi
agataat fkaftaa N** that ’*** Are,
fan Medmcrasa aa ts» *t»
sh# m srstsagar* w to sssah* ibatr n t
krlsaM sspealy abet* tkey ««a»d haj
Itarad to tkair 4.*«r* fcp tk# pow#<«
! >ba* ora hack of ffcaf*#r for tfcM
‘ w mi* ka I tot# short of rule 14* MM
jikay are stotag awt talhiag among
I -fceir friraitg afcd rary IMt<* of M a
* rasoptlmeatary to “fro* WII From
tka h«hral poaMIUW «me anur ■.* «•-.*##
• >wti bswaston of Ike sHdaratism that
jto VHdtr and not to Shafer brloags
lb# credit for key tag Ikr army tn tk#
psw tMO from whieb It wm abl# to
forvw tba surrender of tb* rlty. It was
Wheeler wbss kepi the army Horn ;w
Shifter and the Administration.
This Ja hut wrlttnn with the idea of
making prvmincnt the part placed hr
ihe galimit ei mnfederalr. tin ilia
ply to rail a<tentlon *to the fact that
there la steady. constant srruraoU'lnn
at e* dr ate against the man to whom
the administration officials hare been
trying to wire all the credit. By ad
mtnlstratiuo officials. I tneaa part It-
the eerretary at war, wh we prr
aonal Influagc* It waa that put Bhaf
trt la thla Important eomtaaad and
those otfatrs who hare felt It politic to
endorsa the ae- retary'a set. and who,
Sn doing thla. have attemp’ed to reflect
In every wsy poaelble upon the Vom
rrsndlng general of the arm!’. Mile#
fjea not figure in tbla ator». hut the
•ame influence* that have been ass nst
Mites have been boosting Hhafter and
ringing of bia greatneaa. The Asso
ciated Press stories from the front, «s-
Ij-riHliy those written since the r«-
cTerrent i.t lie rumpa'gnin* has died
< ut, have shoe>n clearly that if he had
had hi* war. or rather if he had fol
lowed the tendency of his mind, Shaf
ter would have fsllert bach afiec July
2. There is no ev.denoe of prejudice for
or against any of ihe generals In thoae
dtspntchcs. and that they have not mis
represented the situation la evident
horn the later testimony which wc are
receiving daily. <
Exactly What Did Occur.
A high officer of the army, a man
j who vas at Santiago, and who la so
I prominent that It is almost impossible
ito conceal bis identity, has thrown
! some Interesting light upon the occur
j rcnccs about Santiago. The fgets, aa
lie state# them, may be condensed In
There was a council of war on the
night of July 2. (ian. Shafter was suf
fering greatly from stomach trouble,
and there Is much of him to come
within the zone of that trouble when it
is on. ’ Ife called together his getieials
to discuss the advisability of withdraw
ing the army from the position it had
When General Wheeler was called on
he declared that he did not favor re
treat. but proposed to stay where he
was If allowed to do so. Wheeler, too.
was ill so ill that as he sat in a
chair olscusßlng the proposition to fall
back he swayed from side to side, un->
able lo ho/d his head up. He was at
that lime practically alone in (he posi
tion he took against, retreat, both Geif
Kent and Gen. Sumner voting to fall
back. It was not until General Uw
totl and General Bates returned from
In front of El Caney that Wheeler had
any backing. These generals voted
with him against retreat. But Shat
ter favored falling back and retreat was
JWhy Shatter Demanded Surrender.
According to this authority, General
Shafter demanded cmfwyp sbrdluaaa
Shafter determined to demand the sur
render of the city with the expecta
tion of being able to retire tinder cover
of the negotiations. The next day,
Shafter sent a dispatch to the presi
dent saying that he contemplated a re
treat of five miles. The knowledge of i
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i hta wpalle* tm a abtp »bi< b tosdi them,
!so Osh# w tbosH any meaa* of essarey- \
• lag Ihoae •uppltre to tbe frnat; that be
uaderea'lmaied tbe stteagtb of tbe eo*
• my. and that ke weal al Hauls go as
If be bad dreamed (bat noth ug wnuld.
stand la tba way of 'hat liemassaat,
genera'ship wbifb Alger wanted him te
!0-yeor filled gold ealche* In ladb-e*
and genie" alar* wish filgtn «r W#|.
Iham movement fr»*n> $T SO In |U W. !
Ottarsntcee with enrb was b at Lewla
J. Hr haul a. Rellatde pawnbroker on
LAMEST FLAG IN TIIE WORt D
Plaw at a New Jersey flirt Described
by Prank Stockton.
I wish to roll attention to the pro- 1
jerted construction, by Mias Joacpblnc
Mttlford, of Madison. N. J., of Ihe
largest Am rlran flag ever made,
wblrb also probably will be the lergesi
flag In the world, writes Frank Stock
ton to the N"W York Herald. This
unique specimen of the Stars and
Stripes la to be one hundred feci In
length and of proportionate width.
YU- bine Held will be forty fed square;
each of ihe forty-Ave etnra will be two
fed live Inrhea In diameter and alto
gether the flag will make the grandest
single display of the national color*
which baa ever been attempted.
The peculiar merit of title flag, how
ever. will not rent entirely upon Us di
mensions. It will be valuable as a rec
ord of the hlatory of our country, for
upon each star will be embroidered the
name of the state which It represents
and the dale of Ua admission Into the
union. The stars will be arranged In
the order of the entrance of the states
Into the national fraternity.
Thla enormous flag Is to be made en
tirely by hand, of the best quality of
bunting, and the vast number of stitch
es will all be made with the strongest
silk The amount of labor which will
thus be undertaken by the projector of
this gigantic Star-Spangled Banner
will be herculean, but the young lady
Is not only ambitious, but energetic
and Industrious to a high degree.
When finished this monster flag Is to
b,> exhiblievl and sold by subscription
for the purpose of presenting it to the
White House at Washington, to be
used on national occasions. Tlilh great
expanse of bunting will be worthy to
llo'at from the top of the Washington
monument, as even the height of that,
tallest building !n th" world con tl not
unduly diminish Its noble proportions.
The money which will be realized
from (he sale of this flag Is to be ap
plied by the yeung lady, who will make
It entirely with her own hands, to Ihe
payment of the mortgage upon her
family h mestead, and the subscribers
to Its purchase will, therefore, have
the satisfaction of knowing that they
have not omy given the nation the
grandest flag in the world, but that
they are contributing to a worthy pri-
Miss Josephine Mulford’s romnntlc
project, described by Mr. Stockton,
will create great interest throughout a
large section of New Jersey, where the
family Is well known. She Is the
daughter of the late George O. Mtil
ford, who was a very successful busi
ness man in New York city, and made
a great deal of money in the manufac
ture and sale of a proprietary arllcle.
He was a great advertiser nnd origina
ted the idea of, nutting letters In the
place of figures-on the face of clocks
to spell out the name of his produc
tion. He purchitJrd Sunset Height in
IR6O, and built tse house. He lost the
bulk of his fortune in California spec-
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j im is sour KHmka ka# paewa'ty tw
icited ska kMlsssatag tmar Yki*
saw mna asade aa attm mnae sMnwj
ss*r bed a* N ass ant ass •*> tM ho
gna la We a new #Mk wktsk. R W aw
anreuaary tw Main, aa* not tnvaggwl
We ran r*ua am "gias*ai wwbwH rw*
am tag tss antk Awegaana"
Sheba* lag. Aagasd t U*l
Ttt tba MnaoraWe IHtWtcf
at SesMb fkaaßaa
UWAumbla S P.
(War IRr? I wwaM Hk* t« Nrauk
a rr*yaay ksMialma ar itpPMI
v ntwainasu bar yssssr ssata t raa so
• »<mo ib# ma'taa m «bat 'be men will
4 #439 I# 9344 Mate aad -ustaaiae Ibnte I
; aad an aoa satlt baow that lbey are
If yon Aante la aresy* my will
: *O4 ■11,,* us t« rboose nar own nCt
.era by e Wat km* And will gaartes-u ant
I proviatana be fttnlabnA lo us tmsae*
iiaielv ups* onr arnaal? la ihere aay
libellbocd of tbe pree.Aeal Wan us aa
order prnhlhilllMt tba enlist meat of my
tint* own? Fan psm furatsk ns traas
j ptNiaibm aay part of th* tray’ I
would base earb man take aa oath to
hoop aerret the fart that he la from so
'whet stair. Ilnp ng ps* bare a place
for us. I am.
Yrnira irapert fully.
Ilarry ft. ichllttng.
A Hut Time.
Yesterday was pay Aay at Camp Lsr
nad as a result eTtrylhlng s«. very
lively Between flt.OfiA and flS.Oa#
was p<M out to the men. With a num
tier «f tbe boya tbe money did not stay
Many were seen lo tbe slores making
! much needed purchase* Tbe blind ti
gers as well as the dispensaries did a
Hour thing business aad la* night
(there was a hot time la Ih* old town.
! iny day is Indeed demoralising to some
of ibe soldiers
The superintendent of education has
jusl issued the following circular let
ter relative to Ibe exu ml nations for
scholarships la the 8. C military acad
Dear Sir: Tbe examination for
Ihe citadel scholarships will be held by
you.on the *jih of August. The appli
cants have been noUfled to appear on
dial day. Those permitted to stand,
each, have a permit wftieh he should
Open questions In the presenre of the
applicants. See that they meet the
physical requirements. Notify I him
that no aavlaianee ahull be permitted.
0111018# the papers, retain them, and
notify roe of the result*. 1 will com
municate your notice. If any number
of your board for any reason cannot
aerve, you are hereby authoclsed to fill
any vaeanclea on the board. You may
do this In advance if you wish. If any
number of your board Is related, or
has taught, or coached, or Instructed,
any of the applicants, a substitute nt
the board should be provided.
The questions will be sent by
Ihe citadel faculty by mall or ex
Yours very truly,
W. D. Mayfield,
State Superintendent of Education.
Columbia, 8. C., Aug. 8. 1898.
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
Bears the Slfr
Biguature of T'CO&JUty
There are many who traverse the
world in pursuit of happiness, but It
is within the reach of every man
a contented mind confers it upon all
Augusta Trunk Factory
Trumka repaired by expert Trurik
rnakeiH. X4C Broad. B. ’Rhone 2181.
Some of the Imst lessons we ever
learn, we learn from our mistakes and
the wisdom a - 1 the success of the fu
ulatlon in 1876, and the mortgage
which his daughter now hopes to lift
by her novel scheme was placed upon
the property in 1880. Sunset Heights Is
a very beautiful place of five acres.
Since his death Mrs. Mulford and her
daughter have lived there. Mrs. Mul
ford was Mias Nellie Mellvane befor?
her marriage. She came of an old New
York family, and has a family Bible
ypoBC records date back to 1587.
HALF PRICES ON BOYS' SUITS
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J. B. WHITE & CO.. CloiiiiDi Departniil.
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Th* Iftftt, but on* of our RRimi-annual ChaHange
Salas will Ik? «rowngd with an array of barmalna, kuch
as any siora may b# proud of. Soma of lha Spactai
values are lha raaults of our own efforts ctfftfuby
nianeil for the occasion many waaka aao. Ofhara, wa
arm frank to t onfasm. are ralhar acridantal. maraly
attributable to our ability to taka quick advanta«a of
tha rnexpected turns tha markets taka at tlmaa. All
In all It la a wonderful col (action of choice Shoe* that*
will be sold at our naw store this waak for
Fiftaen dlffarant stylas In Ladias* Low and High
Shoas and aight dlffarant stylas of Man a.
These are genuine bargains purchased by our Mr.
Gouley whlla in tha East.
Agents for Hanan A Son, Stacy Adams A Co.,
Edwin C. Burt and Ziegler Bros.
OUR BEAUTY SHOW
AT BLIOH S CRYSTAL PALACE
BLIGH’S CRYSTAL PALACE
COLUMBIAS ON TOP
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
PURIFY YOUR DRAINS AND PREMISES.
W E PLATT, Agent., 312 Jackson St., Augusta, Ga
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beautWu ar# fish gam* and dlaaar nw
Oaa tnlglM u wWI attempt to p*#n«
the rainbow, as to Sanerlbo all tlxM
good qu nil tic* Thv way they aro m.
log W a mutton to thorn who Weed
pore tut so wbva they m b* hod for
**get tag nemo MaMtlnv * Better pur
rhoao when they con bo bnd (or sura
tow price# aa wa aro offortag them.
Aa tor glassware, croctcvry. lamps.
Be., time sod langnaga faU u* t* tell
of tb* wonder* that w# mU. Daa t for
•t that our aero prlco* will ksop y«m
Remember tb* plaoo