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Personal rwatlwi fnvtr Meeting
Sarvk* Last Night
Uncial (« The HrrsW.
Hrvhtibah (la Aug U—J B rvv
«r and rimllf left this mtiwin* for
Louisville. sshets Iher am* aprnrt am»«
lip with rvtitin*.
* flftft, J. If. OHv«f a l»ray
•r mer'ias service last evening In the
«Vl ton open rOdder being polled
Weather cloudy and coal- lialatoll laal
14 hour* .1 inch.
J. BILLER WALKER
The Mighty Surrender Sale.
The mighty surrender sale of summer
shoes and alrawhau now going on at
the Klee * O’Connor Shoe company's la
like a great landslide, and la sweeping
everylhlng before It. This Arm haa de
cided not to carry over any summer
goods, and Is now offering low out shoos
In all the colors at price* regardless of
coat. They have a grand line of colored
low shoes that la taking wdth the trade
for the prices at which they are offer
ing them make them teady sellers.
Hoad carefully lholr advertisement on
page 1 of this paper, and If you are
needing a pair of shoes attend their
summer clearance sale, as you can save
money by going *O.
Have You a Son, Brother.
Husband or Lover In the Army or Na?
vy? Mall him today a 25 cents package
of Alima Foot-lease, a powder for the
feet. All who march, walk or stand
need It. It cures aching, tired, sore,
swollen, sweating feet, and makes hot,
tight or tti a siloes easy. Feet can t
blister, get a re or callous where Allen's
Fool-Ease Is used. 10,000 testimonials.
AU druggists and shoe stores sell It.
Sample sent FREE. Address Allen 8.
Olmtded, Le Roy, N Y.
Have you bad a kindness shown?
Pas* it on.
•Twos no; given for you atone;
Pass it on.
He* it travel down the years,
Hot it wipe another's tears.
Til! in heaven the deed appears
Pass it on.
Be#r« the 11)9 Klnli ' fou Hfl,e M*a*S Bought
Commissioner Winprfleld has rented
one of the new Platt houses on Grewe
street Just above Mclntosh.
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|lime ia4 Right *f aNn »»**4owb. tth*
| pregnated with bk-nrheaaale of *ed»
II put hie ahnht oh# Bikes of warm
water two haa pint tahti #ae««tful» of kg*
rsrtesaate at #><4a aad hath# tha in
fant hi it a boat t» mlaale#. I «*»*"
,neai all thr water they will drink but
Ural tael It fr#ah every morning #n'>ugt>
to last gtl day. artd enni It to the tem
perature of sprtng or w#tl uater: «tv*
It oft#u and email quahtlttra at a tint#;
I give internally. If pain ta very eevrrr.
a few drop* Of pareaorlr in mint lea.
and also gtvr Inieraally. thr kf* cum
ceete. and prepared chalk, one to three
grains ev.-ry thr*# hour* until nine
,;,«#» are gltrra. then give no m»»rv. but
rut* In armplte and Inner eld# of ihlgha
twelve grain* at aulnlar with vaaelln#
twice a day for four or flve day*. I
ronllhur alkaline hatha for ten day# or
until accretion* and ear ret lona are nat ■
I urat. The principal thing la to render
■the hlood alkaline which prearnla the
fermentative prm-re# Induced by heat
and molatur*. and we do thla most irad
i ||y and rapidly through the akin, a* we
have a large ahaorhlng eurface. and du
> ring teething the aenatllve lltO# atom
arh te eaally offended and Ita coal* r#-
du.ed to a maaa of Jelly If w «•*
mrung medicine* In eufflelent quanllttea
to he of any material old. lad the little
on* auhalat entirely on their naiural
adatrnance. their mother'* milk- If the
gum* *r# awollr-n and Irritated, get
your physician to lance them freely,
lieartng In mind that It not the gum.
but the aac or capsule In which the
tooth hn* It* formation which set* up
the irritation, and this mual be divided,
to give relief or to do any good, unlea*
the lance grate* upon and cornea In
contact with the coming tooth It will
prove hurtful by a cicatrice forming In
the gum, whereaa If you divide the sac
the tooth follows so rapidly as to pre
clude your Incision clostug up.
I know how anxious mothers are to
tide their children through the summer
month* at the time of their teething,
and after a continuous practice of SB
yearn, 1 have found this plan of treot
mint eminently surcessful, and suhmlt
It to the readers of The Herald, with
the hope of Its relieving MiXlmi* »nd
tired mothers and curing Ihelr alck ba
bies The whole medical treatment la •!-
ikallne: for prepared chalk there Is nn
-anti-acid, then there Is lime water with
milk; bora*, given its high sounding
Jiam e of borate of sods, and bismuth,
'and the aromatic powder of the t'nlted
States dispensatory, and a review of all
(he treatment recorded by the oleopath
tst has its Its baso the correction of
The prime factors for the develop
ment of this disease Is stated at the
commencement of this writing and this
Is neither the place nor time to advance
I argument to prove a theory when the
| disease presents evidence sufficient to
he recognised by the laity. Trusting it
may he the means of saving and reliv
ing the little sufferers.
B*»r« th« Sind You Haw Always Bought
Mr. Junis Jones, a practical and
scientific plumber, recently of Atlanta,
has been engaged by Mr. Erbeiding.
Mr. Jones has had a vast amount of
experience In all the modern intricate
plumbing and steam fitting and we give
him a hearty welcome as a citizen,
plumber and tiuion man.
Smith A Wesson pistols from 25 to
$8.50. Several good bicycles for sale
very cheap. Good watches from $1.25
to $50.00 at Lewis J. Schnul. Reliable
Fawnbroker, under the Arlington.
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I my heart IhrtU when I rhink that three
of the greatent hero#* of thla Rar ar#
gout hern hoy*. Vtetn# Hlue of Rmith
Carolina; Wf*r»h Hngley. of North Car- j
ottos and Richmond fVarnoo llohann.
"As to my vl*sr* on poananalnna. they
■re 'ent and drt*d.’ I am In favor of
keeping a't of i hem-front Manila lo
Al the eonelualon of hi# apeeeh. and
during It. Mr Patton na* loudly ap
Mr. Thomaa* Speech.
Mr Thom** began hi* reapon** lo
•Woman - ' by aaylng he was proud of
the fact that he had been a member of
the Richland Volunteer* for the past
eighteen years He referred to the glo
rious record* of thl* company, and
then paid a beautiful tribute to wo
"In the Civil Wnr the women were
at the front doing all they rould for the
wounded told lent. When thl* w»r wa*
declared, the cam* without a moment's
delay and la truly a ‘'guardian angel"
to our wounded hoy*. Houor, all hon
or, to our brave women!
"Before we go home from celebrating
this anniversary, we should drink a
toast to the old veterans. only tlx
survivors remain. Since our last an
niversary two brave fellow* have pass
ed away to answer to the last roll call."
Col Marshall was the next speaker
on the program. He afso congratulated
the company on their past record. "Th»
Richland Volunteer* will never be fqjr
gotteo by the citlxens of South Caro
lina. The hiatory of the company is
part of the history of South Carolina.
The noble deeds of the heroes of this
company are like the stars that float
upon the silvery waves of heaven.
Enih day add* to their number and
"It haa been said that In order to
abolish sectional feeling the deeds oj
our heroes should be forgotten, but I
tell youi my friends, the state that for
gets Its statesmen In peace and her
heroes In war will be herself forgotten.
From 1812 to the present time her men
have stood in the front rank. Would
you know their heroism nnd their val
or? Go ask the waves thnt wash the
shores of Morris and Sullivan Islands
and those that beat upon Fort Sumter;
go ask the graves that mark the spot
where the heroes tell on battle fields
from where the bright Potomoe rolls to
the dark waters of the west, and they
would tell you. could they speak, what
the members of your company have
done for our Lost Cause—the cause we
love so well.
“There is another company which
should be remembered —the Governor’s
Guards. Ever since its organization It
has been found willing and to do and
die. Remember these two companies,
and we will remember the two bright
est jewels in the diadem of Columbia.”
Mr. Reynolds next responded to the
toast “The Press.
“On all such occasions ns this, news
paper men are always railed upon and
this is right and proper. The press is
the current history which makes up the
life of nations. It is the press that
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lia >t*a were - n am'ty llleraey and h*
j had la a moat marked dagrv# "that
: early and laviarlM* loft at reading" j
1 wbtrfc Gibbon ha* dartare* h- would
I no! exchange at rtbe Imnim at :
Few m«n knee ever eafoye* more
than did Col Ooodnyn la kl» deeltelwg
year* Ika va'wabl# atoe#* and literary
I pleasure# e>f the fhmik Carolln ml*
leg# library, at which place he coal*
oft n b* found
! Tha funeral a»irle#a x**r» held *1
5 M o'clock yesterday aftemooa la
Trinity ehtireh and the Interment took
i place In Trlßty grateyar*.
Tbs pallbearer* war#:
Honorary -Dr, K. I# Patton. Col. f,
IW. MrMnatrr. Col Ja«. Q. Gibb##, Col.
Thomas Taylor, Dr. B. W. Taylor and
Mr John Gulgnard
Actlvr Meaara. Allen J. Green, R.
W 31,and, John Taylor. K MeC. Clnrk
aon, Dr. T. C. Robertson. Mayor Upa
rnmb. Col 8. A. Pearo* and Cot. R.
Camp Hampton Confederate# atend
ed tb* funeral la a body.
In Georgia the railroad commission
ers directed (be Express rompanle* to
pay for the stamp* put on tb# receipt,
but said the sender of t»l#gram* must
pay for the stamp. In this state the
railroad commissioners bop# to do a
little more. They have summoned
these companies to appear before this
body today and show reason# why
they should not pay for *ald stamps,
nnd If their reasons arenot valid then
they will hava to bear thla expense.
News haa jnst been received here of
the sudden death of Clarence F. Augh
try at Clinton. His brother, Mr T. B.
Aughtry, has gone to fcllnton. Mr.
Aughtry was employed by tb® South
Carolina Cotton Seed Oil company of
this place and was in Uinton on bus
iness. He leaves a wife ami title child
to mourn his loss.
The will be a reunion of Camp
Hampton U. C. V. Hn the 18th Inst.
There will be a big barbecue and Col.
James Armstrong, of Charleston, will
be the orator of the day. A sketch of
the late commander. Capt. R. S. Des-
Fartes, will be rend.
Capt- U. R. Brooks will go to Blythe
wood tomorrow to organize a camp of
the United Confederate Veterans. On
this occasion he will make a speech on
“The Confederate Soldier.”
Yesterday afternoon nt the Fair
Grounds there was a game of baseball
between negroes of the First and
Fourth wards, respectively. This
game, not unlike others, wound up in
„ lively fight. Ward 1 was victorious,
but some dusky damsels of the van
quished team began to quarrel with
some of the victorious. About this
time George Williams and another ne
gro by the name of Glllam got mixed
up in teh fuss, which resulted in the
former shooting the latter in the hip.
Williams shot three times, only one
ball taking effect, however. By the
time the policemen got on the scene
both men had disappeared and have
not been seen or heord of up to this
time. Two women jtvere arrested for
bringing on the fuss. S. B. F.
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Told of bow be had worked to mtan-
Itefe a arkoul Ik dou h Caroline where'
a farmer’# hoy goal* egulp kim*elf|
with a kßje*.«4g# o# the Kogllab lan-:
: gua** put# and almpl*. or a haowledg#
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elertries! angiumrtug Tk# Utteteew
of Ik# rolleg# lof wbteh k# te a *»»•!
tori bav# worked hard to make lh*.
collage a auccaa* and have recently
m'.J.te n textile department lo tk*!
school. The moitep which keep* up.
tb* Institution 1* no tax on the peddle (
—lt la simply a privilege ta* on fer
tilisor of 26 cents per ton. The far
mer who usee the fertiliser pay* Ibe
tax. hence M Is a farmer's college for
j the education of farmers' son*. The
senator said he had do®# one thing
while he was governor of South Csro
: Hite thtl no one had aver kicked ebout
! -and that tva* the building of Win-,
! throp”College for Young Ladies. H»
i advised the girls to pull every halrj
i out of the head* of their fathers,!
sweethearts or brothers who would
dare oppose Winthrop, adding that j
Winlhrop and Chanson were the lewd
horses sad South Carolina college and ,
the citadel were the wheel horse* that,
would pull South Carolina out of a,
wilderness of ignorance.
He referred very feelingly to the
meagre pension we pay to our veter
j ans and veterans’ wives, and only
wished the amount could be greatly
The senator then asked how king he
had been speaking, fearing he wa* ta- j
king up too much time. No one told
him, but half a hundred voices cried
"Go on! go on!" He replied then that
he would whet tbeir whistles up with
a IHtle dlsoensary- Ho dwelt soma
time on this 1 subject, showing how ihe
dUpeneary l litigation after ,it
igallon. roming out on top every time.
He showed the moral effect of the dis
pensary against open barrooms; of
how drunkenness nnd rowdyism was
on the decrease, citing instances under
his own observation to prove his
statements; of how the profit, feature
of the dispensary would benefit tho
taxpayers and prove a blessing to the
The senator spoke an hour and a,
halt to a very quiet and appreciative
audience. He left on the 2:15 train
for his home at Trenton.
August 10. 1898. will go down in the
history of LaeanriUe as one day to be
The marriage of Empress Feodore
of Saxe-Meiningen, granddaughter of
the Empress Frederick, and Prince
Henry of Reuss, is to take place at
Breslau in September, and the Duke
and Duchess of Coburg, the Duke and
Duchess at Connaught, and Prince and
Princess Christian will be present, and
also the German Emperor and Em
press. the Empress Frederick, the
the Grand Duke and Grand Duchess of
Hess, the Duke and Duchess of Spar
ta. and other near relations.
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dress Jane*, care Hvrald- Aug 13
FUR RENT—THAT LAROK AND DE
-BIRARLK store No. 744 Rfa4 «»reet.
I’nder Maaonle hall. Apply to W. C.
Jones, *O6 Broad atreat. kept t
FOR RENT—THE LARGE HAND
POME dwelling No. M 2 Broad atreat.
with yard running through to EUtt
■treat. Apply lo Jula# Uodltv.
FOR RENT—T-ROOM DWELLINO
IIOU4E I#7 Qroane, with modern
impmvvnnnl*. Rent reasonable. Apply
1254 Ellis. Septl
TO RENT-RESIDENCE 1224 AND 1231
Elite, with all modem convenience*.
Apply KM Broad street. Sept 1
FOK iu;NT-ONE OR TWO LARGE
owl room* furnished. Moat cantral lo
cation In the city. J. E. L>*n*, 918 1-8
I Fur" RENT IN SIIA’ER BLOCK-
One house and one of the most desira
ble store* In the block. Apply to I. Sli
ver, city. A u * I*
ROOMS TO BENT— NEWLY FI.'R
NISHBD. nice, airy and cool, at 825<4
Broad street, on first floor. ApglS
FOR KENT—B-ROOM DWELLING.
1205 Broad street. Rent reasonable.
Apply to J. H. Feary, SIS Broad street.
FOR RENT— SEVERAL NICE COM
FORTABLE dwellings, with ail the
modem improvements on Gre»ne and
TVlfalr street Apply J- H Prontaut.
626 Broad street. Sept 9.
TO RENT—THE ELEGANT THREE
story store in the d'Antignac build
ing running through from Broad to El
lis Now occupied by L. F.Padgett. In
quire of H. H. d'Antignac or Z. W.
Carwile. Sept 1
WANTED—a FLAT ON GREENE
street. Address T. B. M„ P. O. Box
484. Aug 13
TO PARTIES BUYING LIFE INSUR
ANCE: There is a stamp tax of eiglt
ty cents per thousand under the new
revenue bill. The Penn Mutual pays
this. Many companies make the policy
holder pay it. See me anil save this.
I. T. Heard, General Agent.
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your farm for a place in Augusta. C.
t! S., Box 215. Aug 13
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