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Seven Dillerent Makes.
Southern Agftntft for
THE EVERETT PI»N0.
The only Plano made
that it Guaranteed
for unlimited lime • • • .
Cell end Bee or Write ue.
Tlms & Barton.
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IN A DRAIN.
TA Espartesc* of • I Ay Dwriag IA
Wbtl. lA heavy rata of yrei.tday as-
Mnrmu ... not ao v**> Aavy aft»r
all, W »••• A surptlalag to thoa* who
did ao« are th. »’■ urreoi-* to l«-*in tAt
a ltd* came very *ear drowaing dur
ing the dowapoer.
Mke wa* elegantly dreaaed and *how
ret splendid o»n*m#nt* Sl» »•* caught
II tA rain at It* helgkih. The open
wrwar at Ihr corner «rs Cummin* and
Kill* had W>*n lluahed by the rata, Th
ditch there la guile deep. There fo*m
ed on tap of the water a ih*p*n*it *'f
leaves, Ad gra*s. *lc.. which remain
ed stationary oa Ihe aurface while lb
water Aneath waa ruahlug unit# awlft
The lady, deceived A Ike apparent
flrmttc*. of th# aurfac# depoalt. *tep-
J. ULLER WALKEB
KZOST OX HATS
ped confidently upon It. Another mo
ment and ahe wa* Immersed In the
open drain. A* ahe attempted to Hue
the strength of the water In the swollen
ditch threw her down again, and ahe
called loudly, though not »o distinctly,
A resident In the neighborhood rnn
to her assistance, as the lady Seemed
to lie In much physical distress. The
gentleman reached her as she had re
covered herself and wus emerging from
her unwelcome bath. The gentleman's
wife took the lady In charge In her
home, and she was able In a couple of
houca to pence#*! to her home.
cmoM sunday-schooi. basket
PICNIC TO TYREE, AUG. IS. I*9B.
On Thursday, Aug, ISth. the Central
of Georgia rallwuy company will run
an excursion from Augusta to Tyboe for
■he above occasion. Special train
leaves Augnsta 5 a. m., arrive TyUee
10:30 a. m. Returning, leave Tv live
4:45 p. m . arrive 10:30 p. m.. !>olh me
ridian time. Whole tickets 11.50; half
tickets, 75 cents for sound trip. Tickets
on sale by M. C. Jones, C. T. A,; W.
A. Gibbs. U. T. A.
better look twice.
Mr. E. Joseph Henry, the popular
tailor, left yesterday for New York,
where he goes to purchase a fall stock
and to familiarise himself with the la
test new styles.
Miss Ltzxle Ryan, who has been vis
iting Mrs. M. J. Kennedy, returned
yesterday to her home in Charleston.
Mis. S. Schrameck is visiting friends
in’ Asheville, N. C.^
for rent or lease.
STORE 30X100. APPLY
TO J. H. MOHRMAN.
Sagasta’s peace department is almost
as alow us Alger’s war department.
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iIM «Im Ik* war «k* at Malta* *m
•satl? fiMH e MlUtaa ra*M •**«
ik*tt llr** m war* a* 4t*abt#4 a* ’a
k* Mt'*r*Hi*i*4 la swnport ik*m*#tv*.
Tfc# *n..ik Buffered Mar* Hum aa? «H
--a* are Map, aod aM*r womra were MR
eels drpendeaf II *a* a a** Ik IMI la
a** a MkH* w raise la tk* souther#
■lair* itari nal la work Ni av*an*a
ikal kail beeu (>**» lnt»’* rfnawl ta wo
mm Tk** malV voi Ink* doMeatle
I mrx I** because curb pipe** were m<>-
nopoltsed k? negro*. aka k*4 bre-P
krnnvkl wp la Ikal *«rt at work The
posts of l**f kin* Ik* ?aaag 414 an* if
f«>r4 at**** for all alio w*re h>tr-d
ta Mark, and tkaa Ik* whit* *"»>» at
tk* south rmulsted rhrlr alrt*r* n| (k*
north snd *MI ta srettag tk* meant
at earning a llrel'hood In errrv honor -
abt* work within tkclr raearltr, and.
Iwii**«*r murk th* n»w**lty for *(.*ti a
Mat* atat* at thine, la r*gr*t*d. It
mn*t hr raragniard all lb* ami
It la not oat? unmanly, but II Is nut*
i-ait*na*fy ttnjntf for m*ti lo complain
that .timnt nr* 4rlrinc ih m out of
rtaplorinrn Th*r* ar* IS.o9o.otie head,
of famittra la the fnlt*4 Slati-a. s#iu*
of th*a* are widows, but th* greatest
nt'.mbrr ar* mm. Th*r* are niou
*nough In tba country lo support all
tbe women If tbry would. The fact
■a tbs' they do not. ft la tb*ir own
fat'll. If every man who prrlcnda to
h* a r.an were supporting a woman as
hi* thould. there would be probably 4,-
fOfl.ooo places In ofllee*. stores, shop*,
and factories that are now occupied by
>. mirn workers left free to men. and
th* women would be at home.
Thi worst feature of the entire equ
ation la that the women are put off
w.th about one-half the wages given
to men for the name aervlee. This la
an outrage in many rosea. When the
women acquire the power In buslnena
which they have nlwaya been able to
wield In love, they will correct the
evil of lower wages, too,—New Orleans
The Sure La Grippe Cure.
There Is no use suffering from this
dresdful malady. If you will only get
the right remedy. You are having pain
all through your body, your liver Is out
of order, have no appetite, no life or
ambition, have a bad cold. In fart, are
completely uaed up. Electric Hlttera is
the only remedy thnt will give you
prompt and sure relief. They net di
rectly on your liver, stomach and kid
neys, tone up the whole system and
make you feci like a new being. They
are guaranteed to cure or price refund
ed. For sale at Howard & Willet's drug
store, only 50 cents per bottle.
Well Groomed Girl.
Too many men seem to have the Idea
that they can drop Into constant dis
consolate and churllßh moods at
home with their wives which In any
other place and by any other iterson
would not be tolerated. It Is when a
man Is wltblu the wallß of his home
that he Is at his best. When a man
gives the best that is io him to those
who are closest to him. his home will
bo the ideal place he wishes it to be.
No man has a right to Expect from his
wife what he on his part does not give
her. It he wants her sympathy ho
must give her his consideration. It a
man lacks the element of consideration
he must cultivate It, and cultivate it
not for the benefit of his friends, but
for those In and of his home. Con
sideration should begin at home: not
the homos of friends, as it so often
does, and emrts there, too. The atmos
phere which a man creates in his home
by example becomes the rule by which
his children live. The husband and fa
ther strikes the keynote for right or
Srnifh & Wesson pistols from 55 to
58.50. Several good bicycles’ for sale
very cheap. Good watches from 51.25
to 530.00 at Lewis .1. Sehaul, Reliable
Pawnbroker, under the Arlington,
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ON CINET Hill
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ltd* ta Meat* tk*t» **w pnwtm* ai
ipnagk w* go■*i*4 at h pretty iwntt
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fret drep la wbtrk tA taen flr*4
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I placed A regular, ta tk* fort nr ktork
bona* known a* Ei Parana. Nr.y| a,
•urprim from th* awreay Oar fret#
1 proved nal? t-m well genuaded for ai
daebraak tA neat arenlrg July t. IA
I Prat .bell. froM tA eaemv » guna I*4l
1 ia tk* tows
The AurHrgn* MmulUneottel!*
' opened with four rapid fire gup* und
hefw up • volcanic fir* awl! J "’rio t
In the afierm* a We had no grtlliery
with whieh to reply aad em realign!
1 that wa had the ftght of our Itvea on
* "All the ammunition we had were 12
mute loads as i raaea enrh. a total of
Courage and flash.
j "Thu enemy’s fir* waa incessant and
wa answered with equal rapidity. I
have never seen anything to equal the
! courage and ilsah of l hose Americans,
who. stripped io iba waist, offering’
their naked breasts to our murderous j
fire, literally threw themselves on ourj
trenches on the very mmiles of our
"Our execution must have been ter*
rtitle. We had the advantage of our
position and mowed them down by the
hundred, hut they never retreated or
fell back an inch. Ah one man fell,
abot through the heart, another would;
take his place with grim determination
and unflinching devotion to duty inj
every line of his face. TUrtr gallantry
was heroic. We wondered at these
men who fought like Ilona and fell like
men. courting a wholeaale massacre. j
which could have well been avoldedl
bad they only kept up their firing J
without storming our trenches. Our j
itoeh of ammunition was dwindling!
fast, we were loa'.ng men rapidly, and
wore fighting the battle of despair,
the Inevitable staring tw in the face.
General Vara del Rey was Handing In
the square opposite the church when
word was brought him that the last
round had been nerved io the n»cn This
was about 3 o’clock In the afternoon.
He at once guve the order to retrent.
crying to hi* men, ’fialvese union titl
"Hardly had he given the order when
he fell ahot through both leg*. One
of his aids. Lt Joaquin Dominguez
turned to the general as he fell, ex
claiming. ‘General, what slaughter!"
A bullet took she top clean off hi*
skull, killing him on the spot.
The Death of Del Rey.
”Tn tho meantime I had secured a
stretcher, and ordered four men to
put the general In It and carry him to
a place of siffety. Ruilets were whiz
zing past us and falling like hail all
around. It seemed thnt fate was
against u*. Aa they placed him in the
stretcher Gen. Vara del Rey was shot
in the head and hilled. All four litter
bearers were shot, and Lt. Antonio
Vara del Roy, a brother and aid to the
general, d'as wounded and taken pris
"Earlier in the day Majors Aguero
and Aragon, both on the general’s staff,
had also been killed. Besides those,
ten other officers were shot, and we had
230 men killed and wounded.
"At General Vara del Rey’s death all
took to flight, running down the hill
and toward the woods and underbrush.
In a mad effort to get away with their
“Toward evening, small hands of
straggling, worn out soldiers began to
arrive in Santiago, and a* S:3O that
night Lf.'PunH cktpe in with 103 men,
whom he had been able to rally and
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ms m Inly I at see an *a4 tbatr
artill**? si Ar rapid fir* *’***■ It
was IM Ar4**t fight a I At* *«*!>
mw* or *»*r rare ta are. The hr 1*
ttanr ? »nd daring at tA bameteaa at*
«»> b was oal/ 04**11*4 A t A etmlarre
■n4 at*Watni**re “4 tA dfoa-ak 4*-
"Tka (apart that rk# body A o*a,
Vara 4*l K*r Ad a*»m keen r*eo**f*l
la aatrav. It wa* Art*4 A *A
Aaurtrao tmnpa, and bit «ra»a wn*.
nrarked wMb a wood*# ernaa b da*,
nratina found oa bta hr*a*» wa* an
pinned ant lair? Anded to o*oreal
Torsi by o*n. Bknfter.”
SHAKE INTO TODR SHOES
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It rttrt* pttuful, •amltefi. im»rt*
inj. n«i vou» t—\ «n>l tnstantiy tafc#»
th# *t;n* oui of corn* «n 4 tainta***. It's
lihr croft'*#< comfort ItofftVtrf of th«
U*o. Alien * roftt-Eftft# m*fcr» u*ht or
!«te* ea«y. It la • certain cure
(tor »*?fttift*. callout and lint, tired,
[arfctaff feet. Try It today M t»y ail
! druggl*i» and shew stores. By mell for
Or. In stamiis. Trial packages FREE
!AdJi.ss. Allrn B. Olmeted. Leltoy, N,
IN HELL’S HALF ACHE.
Brunswick’* Ministers View the Sins
of the Hums.
Brunswick. Ga., Aug. 15. While
Hell's Half Acre and other place# In
the stums were running at full blast
» pany of Rrunswlth ministers m»4
church member* made a tour of invoa
The minis)or* were Rev. Holllnga
w»rth of the Prenbytcvlan, Rev. Oll
more of the Baptist. Rev. Hearn of the
First Mothodiat. and the pastor of Mo-
The visit of the minister* has crea
ted a sensation In lower circles. It
was entirely unexpected by the acre
habitues and every dance hall and
Joint In Hell's Half Acre wa* runn.ng
In full blast.
The white and negro women who in
fesl these localities were in the midst
of their half drunken revelling*, and
the ministers no doubt saw such sight*
as they never witnessed before. When
the fact of their tour become* more
generally known tomorrow, it will
prove a bombshell In ibe camp* of the
What the minister* will do about the
sight* they saw will develop in the fu
20-yee r filled gold watches In ladle*’
and gents' *l*e* wHh Elgin or Wal
tham movement from 57.00 to 513.50.
Guarantees with caiji watch at Lewis
J. Sohaul's, Reliable Pawnbroker on
Forty of znd Wisconsin Passed
Through Augusta Yesterday.
Two Pullman cars of sink soldiers of
the Second Wisconsin regiment arrived
in Augusta at noon yesterday, haying
come frogj Charleston. They were part
of the regiment for Porto Rico,
but were unable to go on account of
The men are on their wny to the
West, and left iaot afternoon over the
The cars they were in stood on the
switch between Jackson and Mclntosh
streets for about fottf hours yesterday,
and a number of people went out to
take o view of the srfidiers. They were
s rather tired lookitfg lot, the marks
of sickness showing fen them.
Before purchasingpistol or gun,
call on me. T can sari- you money. Lew
is J. Sehaul. Pawnbroker on Jackson
street, established 1890.
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ta am atm and ***** loyal rttlana
'*rtti» it* bortAra. Wa Are *SM A
n«aat«M*at will are pr**At tA aaa
jtrAttrere of aMnlit either larger or
/.Mailer titan o*e dalfar Mree? IMIM
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Skosernr? *»*t*4»m. fifty ituiars a HA
amMbrr. twaaty-ftra dollata a pal?"*
ImaMtwr t*a dollar* a aomaima* aartn
•h#f fie* dollar* a rootyihutSag went
jAr *f lb* Xat ma! Oaod fit ireaa
J Those wA baa# ao* lb* rank at
baod eoayeataat will plans* mnd a
tAlr pudgaa without delay "TA
wtrkad walk oa every aide when th*
.Ham mm ar* aaalt*4.” ' Whea tA
rigbtMMta are ta authority th* peopi*
rejoice, but when th* wtrkad bewetb
I rule tA people M iurn ' "R ghteoua
ntwa esaltreb a natioa. hut sia ia a re
proach to an? people " "TA nau-rea
that forget God shall A turned Into
111 airurtion”: and an with indlyldunl*.
for “Not eyeryona tAt aalth unto me,
Ixtrd Ixoed, .hall enter Into (A king
dom of heaven, but be that doelh th#
tv,II of my rather which I* In heaven."
And. "Without me. ye esa do noth
Too many men have devoted all
tbalr time to thalr business and left
politics to thosa who make politics a
trade. The result I* political condi
tion* that make any business venture
risky, and hard time* universal. If
the real business men of the nation
would realise the necessity of taking
an active and intelligent start In poli
tics. the result would A better men
In office, better laws, wiser politic*,
and more prosperity snd contentment
all over the land.
The caucus snd the primary should
A made the pivot of reform, and here
ia where every loyal eitlten should take
ao active part tn politic* the poli
tics which our leading lexicographer
defines as "the science of government;
that part of ethics which has to do
with the regulation and government cf
a nation or state; the preservatio/i of
It* safety, peace and prosperity; and
the protection of Its citixena in their
right* with the preservation and im
provement of their morals ’’ The pur
ification and elevation of polities to a
high moral plane is the only hope for
the preservation of this republic. In
the government that Is supposed to be
of. by and for the people, political
blonder*, in the nature of things, will
rule, unless not only the people at large
but the best of our citixena reduce this
theory to practice. The primary
source of all legislative, executive and
judicial power ia the people. This
power they wield through the ballot in
a representative republic such as ours,
and for the wise use of this power they
are morally responsible. What we
need and what we must have if we hope
for success 1* unity of purpose and
concert of action. Well directed ac
tion above all things else, for It is
high time to be up and doing. Public
opinion is ripe for aggressive action,
and with the objects of the league pro
perly carried out, reform along these
lines can be speedily implanted on the
thought of the nation as the most im
portant issue before the American peo
Through this non-partisan move
ment reform can be had within party
lines by organizing local leagues, one
for each political party, at all voting
precincts. Loyal, patriotic citizens are
wanted at all precincts throughout the
cation to organize precinct leagues In
every voting district. For further
particulars send two cents for postage,
and literature explaining plans of or
Address all remittances and commu
nications to the
National Good Citizens' League,
S. T. Nicholson, Gen. Sec.,
CUT THIS OUT
WrtUi (four Advvniwmikl o#i IhN Wank, tncteft
imcusl nwfwftftAfv U> pay for •« mmny 1 n*#r
uom «• ftp*! want, mrtd ttittyr maU or
wft#Hl N to THB HIRALO.
TO IMM MteftU
PiftAftft Inftwrt lit# ft«*v#n»#ftmftfH wnuon
Mftlow l iMt In ftOiir ’’WANT*' column#,
for Ahtch you w»H find ftnclOAkd S cwnt#
SIGN HERB ■
t apuattre* * .ah 4> 1 ssd A
r. . M. tv w «.x<. Se * I r-m». H'*< fcMW- ?.» 4m. Mm
Ka Mi sbhmmmw** & . Itl-i CNT-b-kOkM. ft* •**" rare red
i a. am *Aw M «re».
ONE CENT A WORD.
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j Isdy uaih i -b pewit to* aa gwenn-ea
r«r .avail rbvldrea ar a private m*m*
' Addreos HM* It. car* of VA 4*wlt
Ilerald. Aug U
WANT*?* rtWITTnl* A* <snOK fit
> pv do hire ti r*r la privit- f*-nrty.
W'hitc Worn**. A44rre» f». M H., car* (
Herald Aa* !4
if A VTRT>- A IM.ACB A* SIGHT
j wstrhman av to 4rtv» a milk wwyon
Kl«a city well. A*44reva (I. M , care
' llereld Aag t 4
jwASTKIV-A nuriTl'iS A* IIOt'KK
KKHhKK at o*ee Csa do rwaat a»V
. thing Add re** III* Broadway M, fc.
WANTED- A TOrXO I.APT BOOK
KEEPER; must be competent and
trustworthy. Agree*!*. p<*m.>B hut
plenty of work;. Vial* whether y u Av?
any e*pertel»c« or B«t. Addreta J. 8.,
WASTED--A LIVE MAN TO HEM.
meat on wagon A good place for the
right man. lIM OrUw* street. A »
CREAIi-CREAM AT J« JACKHOS BT.
rt>R BAU&-OSB FIRST
mol or. Good a# new. 50® voltage.
Speed SSOO. Typ* W M No. JI. Ad
dress Motor, care Herald.
FOn RENT-THAT LARGE AND DE
HRABUt store No. 744 Broad street.
I’nder Masonic hall Apply to W. C.
Jones. 705 Broad street. Bcpt 1
FOR RENT THE LARGE HAND
SOME dwelling No. 932 Broad street,
with yard running through to Bills
street. Apply to Jules Godin.
FOR RENT—7-ROOM dwelling- !
HOPPE 1257 Greene, with modern j
improvement*. Rent reasonable. Apply j
1256 Ellis. 8 CP«1 ,
TO RF.NT-REBIDENCE 1224 AND 1231
Ellis, with all modern *
Apply 1026 Broad street. Sept^
FOR RENT—ONE OR TWO LARGE
cool rooms furnished. Most central lo
cation in the city. J. E. Dea*. 91* 1-2
rooms TO RENT-NEW-LY FI'FI
NISH ED. nice, airy and cool, at 82*Vi
Broad street, on first floor. Au * ls
FOR RENT— *-ROOM DWELLING.
1303 Broad street. Rent reasonable.
Apply to J. H. Feary, 818 Broad street.
FOR RENT— SEVERAL NICE COM
FORTABLE dwelling*, with all the
modern improvements on Groene and
Telfair street. Atiply J- H. Prontaut.
626 Broad street. / Septth
TO RENT-THE ELEGANT THREE
story store tn the d'Antignac build
ing running through from Broad to Bi
ll* Now occupied by L. F.Padgett. In
quire of H. H. d’Antignac or Z. W.
Carwtle. Sept 1
TO RENT —A NICE 3-ROOM COT
TAGE with water in the yard on
Harrison street, “between Dugas and
Hopkins. Rent 36.50. Apply Padgett
Furniture Co. Aug 15
TO RENT— NICE 6-ROOM HOUSE.
1105 Reynold street. Apply 1023 Broad
street. Aug 17
TO RENT —THAT NEW DESIRABLE
resilience, No. 316 Broad street, from
October 1. Leonard Pbinizj . Aug 6
Mon wed sat 2wks
FOR RENT-A SUITE OF 3 ROOMS.
from October 1. Apply at 402 Broad
street. Aug 19
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to fartiv# mmm LirK YMOTI*
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thi«. Many mikr tin polkf«
I T. Hrftf4. OjpMil AfUH.
•HORTHAIIO AMI* TTPKWRimta
c.fi y sm« |#r math at <abori» , i
BaMf»#a« rofl#c# Monday. W**9n«aday
«n 1 Friday, at nijrlit .aC«»e «*r rail a#
**rrat dnaiattd for »n .(tayktrs.
jun# u ts
BOARDER* WANTED AT 7» TEL
FAIR street. Will furnish room# auid
meals rn reasons tie terms. Iteptl
TO BENT—PTftNtMtBD ROOM OS
first floor. Bui table for gentleman. 4
Apply Iff Reynolds street. Aug !<
WANTED TYPEWRITING MA
OHtNE Deacrihe fully, name lowest
price, rime In use. Type Machine, cats
Herald. Aug U
Think of It! For s*.oo we give you un
restricted choice of many styles of
teautlfully tlrlahed cheviots, caaslmeres
and fancy worsteds.
The fine tailoring of every garment
offered In this sale will prove we are
giving you ihe most reliable bargains
ever offered In this city.
You Will Find Many
sq. 00 and sio.oo
SUITS in This Sale
Why are we sacrificing? Simply this —
we are making preparations for our
winter purchases, and want to make a
clean sweep of many styles that are
not moving fast enough to satisfy u*.
We cannot guarantee your size In all
style*, but assure you that the variety
U so large that you are bound to make
a good selection and receive your cor
We will exercise our usual care in tne
measuring and fit of these garments.
Be on hand and grasp a golden oppor
DON'T RUN THE RISK
of Using Bad Language,
But Go To
Simmons’ Bicycle Shop
711 BROAD BTIIEET,
And Get Your Work Done Well.
For the next 60 days Bicycles Enameled,
for 52.0 C— High Grade Work.
Lowest prices in town on Repairing,
tiecond band Bicycles bought and sold on
ALL WORK GUARANTEED