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The Sulphur Spring*
About four miin from tmr ramping
piar* it at great tpr.r.g exited Ike sul
phur tpiiDg. to which many of (he
n»< n repair on Kumtofi to bathe. The
spring t* about titty feat in diameter, I
and ia tktM by beautiful oeerbang
tog palmetto# and lire oak a A atreara
ten feet in etrcumfcrcpe* Jeta up
throtiah the water* rs the deep pool,
and alx or right laehea above the sor
ter* A long rope with a large Iron
ring ha* been swung to n limb of an
oak that banga over t£e water, and tt
la the delight of alt who frequent tha
place to awing far out into the middle
end dive deep doom into the up-rush
ing fountain, the bottom of which lire
far beiow the reach of any who have
yet tried to gain it. The etitphur ftim a
can be »meU nearly a hundred yards
sway from the water, and the taste of
the water is like burned rags. It is a
beautiful roed that leads to the spring
from retnp, with large orange groves,
field* and op-n pine woeda on each
girt- and pretty cottage* civered wiltt
flowery vines, burled deep in orchards
or groves, often the only indication of
their existence being a gate In the well
fceqt fence, or an English looking stile
In the trim hedgerov. The Hillebcr
cugh river is crossed on an iron bridge
Just before the spring is reached, and
Is a beautiful, dark str-am, winding
be-wren low bnnks clad In dense acmi-
Privates Jowltt and Carter yextc-iday
had a ball practice with 'company bis
cuits. They expect to get the palms of
their bands tough enough with this
practice to go in for professional ball
rftcr the war. The biscuit was eorue :
times fumbled or missed by the catch
er, and when it had been thrown high
into the air would rebound three feet,
with r.o appreciable damage to be seen,
not even a crumb being lost.
The morning drill hour is taken up
now by regimental drill, on grounds
ntirut three quarters of a mile away,
cn the marcVhome" Company “C"
is always in the bed of humors, the
iron singing and laughing all the way
!n; a fact not noticed of any of the
otVr romreuirs, and which speaks
wall fi r the company, sbrwing the ; r
fine rnlrit. and endrranc" as a bod-'.
CHAR. GREENWOOD BENSON.
THREW A ROCK
At a Turpin liiil Car, Did Hose
Most; Jcbnsou, colored, created some
disturbance on a Turpin hill car last
Muse and .Vlolorman Lauterbaek bad
a disagreement, the former claiming
the motorman bad not given him the
right change, and making him get up
to give a lady his seat. Mose is young
and impetuous, so be got off the car
and pitched a piece of brick at the trol
ley. He did net hit any one, although
_the car was quite crowded. He was
reported by Motorman Lauterbach, and
arrested by the police. The recorder
let him go without a fine today, as he
is very young, and promised to never,
never do so any more.
m MIGHTV SURRENDER SALE
v LIKE A GREAT LAND-SLIDE. SWEEPS EVERYTHING BEFORE IT
Sho« n >> dISSSA 0* Cm? sX.nter Tnll «“?'?«t SSilfwy'UvS? ?<
0« i»ni mv. th#a# prlroa i . 1 • 11 1 '■""- 1 »«—*—•—him
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Wfc LEAD THE PROCESSION OF LOW PRICES. If you trad© with us onco you will be sorry but for on© thing that you d.d not
begin to pAtronize ut long ago*
THE RICE & O'CONNOR SHOE CO,
IN ASOCIAL WAY
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tnmrkisli 'a Darling.
I Din • tard of tto# wtoit#***to#d Mill, j
Wto#r# Hi# dfftod *»d Ite# dyliui toy;
Wounded by bayonets, shell, and !»H#. |
llx*y' # dtorlttoff mtoto born uto# .
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| Tte# t!fiis#rtto* H«tet of tew teoyteood*#
Mtottrd m 4 dtottoP tor# th# #url# of gold
KipFtng tte# mi ** of that fair youlljr
f*il# tor# th# llp# of d#ll#*t# wold,
i Rom#teody* darling I* lyln* non*.
H«cte from tel* t#«utlful telu#*v#m#d
! Brush hi* w*nd#rln« •■¥#• of fuld, ,
Cro** tel* hand# on tel* teotoom non - ™
Somebody's dstltng Is sttll and cold.
Kle* him once for pomebody's sake.
Murmur a pray sort and low
<>nq bright cur' from Its fair mate,
l They were somebody's pride, you
; Somebody's hand hath re*ted there:
W«s It a mother's, soft »nd while?
lOr have the llpa of ■ sister fair
I Been baptized In their waves of
Ood knows best! He has somebody s
gqmebody'* heart enshrined him
Somebody wafted his name above.
Night and morn on the wings of i
Somebody wept, when he marched ,
Looking so handsome, brave and
Somebody's kiss on bis forehead lay—
Somebody clung to his parting hand.
Somebody's watching anw waiting f«r
Yearning to hold him again to her
And there he lies with his blue eyes
And the smiling, chlld-llkc Ups apart
Tenderly buty the fair young dead
pausing to drop on his grave a tear;
Curve on the wooden slab o'er his
•'Somebody's darling slumbers here."
—Marie Du Coate.
That White Pique.
' There's a good bit of technique about
wearing a white pique," said (he sar
torial philosopher. "In the first place,
there’s not neaily so much art about
keeping the thing clean as you might
Imagine. All you have to do. if you wish
your white pique suit to retain Its pris
tine rr luunrleied Hpotlessness, is never
to put it on.
"Rarely have f -ver known such a
suit to become soiled, or even seml
snlied by lying away in the clothespress
or wardrobe, and 1 commend it to all
who have had difficulty in keeping their
white piques clean.
“If you should put the suit nn ( how
ever, then lie careful not to stir about
any more than you can help. The sligh
test contact leaves its mark upon such
a susceptible surface, and if you con
trive to keep a fixed and stationary pos
ture so long as you had on the frock,
the result would tie almost equal to not
putting i n the fl ock at all—almost, not
"But when a white pique suit is worn;
when the wearer deliberately and
knowingly takes the garment out from
IIS haven In the clothespress or v ird
robe, and, putting it on, prefers to
prance up and down the veranda, or
upon the beach, or upon the links, or
even to go into town with it on, then
her entire course of conduct is changed.
There is no earthly use trying to keep
the suit clean, so it is far better to wear
it with a dash, abandon—even with
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‘ Ltirvr IM terhnlQUr. and It •• •» »*nr j
Inmpte Ittel I wonder I* !»• not wo«-
' -Oar rronlry rouatn*. hy the wny.'
'have eartoua tdrw# abouf the wealiny es
Chile Itoue* The dauch'era of a farm
hmiae where I ote e armt aome lime
] when | »»» a very little |trl had •
’thrifty way of tonkins • white pique
la»t all aummer. They would lake n
out that they had wotn for weeha
'and In reautar Hherlock H«*im*a faah
! |,,n examine It to are whe.her It »*•
i .11*1 n , tn W ear‘ InvartaMy. thla waa
rl*M Iftftl in th# afTlrmatlv#. though In
|f>r4#r tn mak* It d«»uhly *ur#. the wmr-
L. tk<>t)lfl rtfwlum a pt#f*# nf #hlt# • hulk
and proceed to rhalk the sown up. To
the nearer the reault »» always aatla*
factory: no much ao that by the next
'afternoon, when drea.itns-tiP time rame
lahe would nay:
I •• The Idea of thlnklns that that
! li)ue waa ready for wash. All It needs
its another ehalktnq up.*
j •••Another chalklns up 1 waa what It
irot therefore, and not only upon that,
i t.ut many another day.
| “Little an I waa I couldn't hut won-
Ller xometlmea whether the ‘chalk-up*
j white pique frock waa not upon par
with a whltewnahed moral character.”
—New Yotk Sun.
Sponsor for the Rough Riders.
Miss Carolyn Thomas, who has hei-n
made sponsor for the famous troops L
and M, of the Rough Riders, Is an Illi
nois girl. Her father I* Judge John B.
Thomas, of the Indian Territory, and
her brother Is John B. Thomas, Jr.,
who made a hero of himself In the
charge up the hill at the battle of Han
The death of Mrs. Thomas when the
children were very little ha* made even
stronger than Is usual the tie between
Miss Thomas anil her brother. When
the gallant young hero enlisted she. too,
was eager to go to the war, anti did
go as Tar as Han Antonio, where she
was presented by the troop with a llag
on which her commission was written,
with the name of every man tn the com
rantes. Home of these men are now
At San Anlonto Miss Thomas was
showered with attention from her bro
ther's comrades, and remained with her
father to bid them a hearty though sor
rowful farewell when they moved up to
On the arrival of the Olivette. July 16,
which brought home th ■ wounded,
Thomas among them, -Miss Thomas was
th' only woman to meet the boat and
bid the brave chaps welcome.
Miss Lizzie May Willis and Miss
Belle Dunbar have issued invitations
to a dancing party to be given at Beech
Island tomorrow evening.
Miss Annie Cl-ary has returned from
Master Tom Kelly is hack from a trip
Mr. W. H. Gage returned yesterday
Mr. Edwin Latimer spent yesterday
Mrs. Bohler is visiting friends in Co
Mrs. A. G. Howard its visiting friends
.Mrs. Dawson and Mrs. Colville Ten
[ ett are in Asheville.
Mrs. .1. 3- Reynolds is visiting
! friends In Wart'enton.
Miss Marcella Hardwick left today
for Sullivans Island.
Mrs. Henry Stuart left yesterday for
the John Hopkins Institute.
Miss Annie Rice and Miss Mary Clare
Rice are visiting in Savannah.
I Miss Addle Walker of Macon is the
guest of Mrs. Charles Harper.
Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Rogers ars/vislt-
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Witlliifi to'tolt* ?i. Hr# II- II to toMuto (
and M«#l#r lllrkman Witti# tit at H*»i
Mrs. Mianley Wetatser and Master
j |.i„ ln Hiatford have (.turned from.
’ Milledsevtlle. H. . where they hava
j kTra l> It M'rlshl. Mra Kllxibeth
ihave s|ient the past fortnlsht at Har-j
•rm IJthla. are n- » In Asheville
J oreat Inlereat la expreaaed tn the I
j Lakevfew rt.nr. to tie stven by the
Woman’s Kxchanse |omorrow nlsht.
unit the ticket a are s»lns rapidly,
j Mia* »llth Httbbell. who wan the h<m- ]
•wee of the charmlns party ylvcn last
week by Mr. and Mm. Jnmc l*nul Vey
‘deiy, returned today to Mulllvan’s Inl
and, where his father In stationed
Comtet*.toner of Putter Works Wlns
fleld la tmek at Ws desk Mr Winsfleld
has been on a vlaft to hla family, who;
are at Llthia 8-rlns». Mr. Wlnsdeld j
has been 111 while away, but has auf-1
n. it-niy recovered to take up hla duller,
Mr. James T. Bolhwell has returned J
from Asheville, where he waa called on j
account of the Illness of hla daughter.
Mias Inulae llothwell, whom he reports
! greatly Improved. Mrs. Bothwelt tvnd
'children will not return to the city un
| til Beplember.
j Htr. V. T. Lockhart has relumed
I from New York, where he has he n
j vlaitlns hla son. Mr. Mllledse ta>ck
hart. Mr. Lockhart's many friends will
jbe delighted to hear that he Is wlnu l "*
j instant auccesa in the metropolis. He
has already had acvcral atorlea acccpl
ed by leading Journals, with the prnm
!l»e of a desirable permanent position In
Miss Allle Reaaant left a few days
ago for Havannah, where she will enter
the convent as a no rla te. Miss Beaaant
was one of the brightest scholars at
St. Mary's last term and graduated
with first honors. This decision of hers
,1s not a surprise to her friends, for she
has been eagerly awaiting the end of
her school duties to enter upon her
Eat at the _
One of the Host Beautiful of Women.
Perhaps one t# the best known wo
men in England is the Countess of
Warwick, who is also known as one of
the most beauLful. Her enemies are
quito as fierce as her friends, anil the
faet that while the Princess of Wales
iviU not recognize her the latter’s
daughter-in-law, the Duohets of York,
13 a firm friend of the countess, even
standing a month ago as godmother to
the countess’ Infant son, has created
gome strained situations. Lady War
wick is un altogether remarkable wo
man, and is endowed with a strain of
originaliiy which goes far. While she
is well equipped to do large entertain
ing, she limits herself to cotillons in
town and prefers to entertain on a
more extensive seale in ihe country.
Like most Englishwomen of rank and
wealth, Iho counters takos a great in
terest in philanthropical work, and
opens schools, furthers bazaars, and
takes a lively interest In her husband’s
tenantry, the result being she is wor
shipped by the bumbler people. When
staging in London Lady Warwick asks
her friends to lunch, and unlike many
smart, thoughtless mothers, she does
nol always banish her children from
the table. A good, wholesome Joint,
and other hotneiy food are thc.ro f:.r
them, as well ns the usual dainties for
her guests. Her children, without
having inherited their mother’s strik
ing beauty, ar£ bonny and merry little
souls are brought up io he large-min
ded from their earliest years, and to
pass by the petty things of life un
TWO 834 Broad Street. Sign Across Sidewalk TWO
STORES 722 Broad Street, opposite Monument STORES
MowM n—kah vamp Heelmg H*gM*
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itofiitiM, Am it Hft, r tik cm*
IftoH INftofte 4 «« tte# M M rtetofYte t#-
ltoto««<# ••• viftititoi tot Wftit
H#y F. tl Ctototf#!! iM Madly It*
nffl'l itorrt' fy tfto III# (11 tag#
Ml*##* IfOUif. MtoltM, K«t»mir and
A»aH Itoll# Kra4<m«to. a quart#*t# ot
- tey M#**r* ttoaai# and t'laud
H nu rm*. all ot Walter. Oa., | mm* 4
id mot# to MrCottoifk. t. C*« to terra
tteey will ©prod on# watte.
Mr. to*. L KilptotrHk. acrotoi|>anl«*d
Mr. and Mr*, to*, to* llam I tun on iteatr
return Inp borne, where she will spend
some lime vlaitlns friend* tn and near
(Jfl)VI tOH I)
Moon Moriah campmeeHns will be
gin next Krtda> evening.
Hon. R. K Mellon, nenr Blyibe. was
la lbe village Kriday evening
Hon. O. O. 1 arver, near .Valter*
passed lit rough tbe village Saturday
Mr. A. L Campbell and Mr. Dave
Cantrell, of Augusta, are In tbe village,
guests of Rev. K. D. Cantrell, on South
Mrs. R. H. K< ss has returned from a
visit among friends amt relatives In
Langley. S. C. She waa accompanied
by her mother.
Miss Or lean Carswell returned Sat
urday evening from an extendetf'viaU
among friend* In Middle Georgia.
Mr. W. T. Turner. Mr. H-nry Saxon.
Miss Annie Jones, and Miss Kmma
Saxon, Augusta, are in the village to
Ur. and Mrs. W. H. Baxley. Jr., and
Mr. Wm. Lyons, (Jreen'a Cl|L are vis
itors In the village.
Mrs. W. J. Hankinson, Beech Is
land. Is in the village.
The protracted meeting which <vas
lo begin In the M. E. church has been
Richmond campmeeting will begin
September 2d. We had the first fog of
the e-iason this morning. It was dense.
The old saying we will hove frost the
corresponding date In October.
Mr. Robert Phillip and Mr?. Ernest
Phillip. Savannah, arc visiting Mr.
Park, on Walker street.
Read tbp cen*-a-word
column today. You’ll be
MACAULAY & CO.
It Shows a Decrease From That of
The following Is the tax digest for
Richmond oounty for 1898:
Return of land 1898..* 2,638,885 2.540,390
City real estate 11,574,330 10.738,400
Hanking capital 829,800 807,450
Gas Light Co 160,230 296,250
Ronds and stock .... 593.660 635,220
Money, notes etc 1,254,605 1,252,820
Merchandise 1,342.510 1,377,240
Factories 2,433.135 2,823.445
Furniture, etc 272,23 a 786,180
Jewelry, etc 73.720 78,455
Live stock, etc 176,990 183,475
Vehicles, etc 130,305 *2,585
Decrease 303,335 2,000
Amount of returns
for 1897 22,433,175
Beam th. sf 1119 Kinil VoiJMays Bougllt
Pistols, Double Barrel Guns—Pistols,
Harrington & Richardson Brand new
Pistols *2.50; Harrington & Richardson
second hand pistols. *2.00. American
double action pistol, SI.OO. Guitar, Man
dolin and Banjo Strings, 2 for 5 cents, at
F,. .1. Kchaul, Reliable Pawnbroker.
Uncle Sam’s Navy, Port
folio No. 9, just received
at Herald Office.
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sertMlh ui iha watakiCi* of Ikarw'law.
thr*w n* ■** toss tk . chy. M'* dura-.
iV.vk a w .««w baa a < Item wgam a
rwte mlltiwH of gtetara. ihasagb ska I*
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> sat age* by Iks cvteltek which <..waiv
it kte grate oar iv ak w* favorite ahd
Weed kowvvar. la kW th a dwslOtee
aisle aa a result of (be eontaat of
khkhtlllaa over tbe well, aa *ke baa
plesliy la her own rigkt* tn insure ber
being suupiwd with worldly waata. Bbe
roateata bsrswlf lonkiag after her
houaebnld affairs, having ao hear mla
lirsa of lbs male ate to share tka daily
Mra Weed has a history that reads
• Ilk# romance If she was vs n enough
and cared to make a trig arrow tka
! ocean to claim it die could waar a ti
tle ot the Court of fraare. ttba was
jClaudilte Ilia nr be de Mungoglnl of
| Pootaineblrua. where a castle of the
’name still stands. Before tbe civil
] war there llvnl in Chat lealon. H. C..
a rirh planter named droit, who had a
iron namad Cbarlea, Tha young fel
low was an, especial favorite of bis fa
il her who furnished him with ample ia
' > note to travel and enjoy himself lux
; urtoaety. Uurlog bis Journeymgs he
11 Isited Frame aud there through hla
| wealth and culture secured entree to
j the house of the Mongodiai family.
' lie made the acquaintance of th# bella
'of the house acd It developed io.o a
I mutual love affair and subsequent mar
Thr couple returned to America and
i Scott died a few year* after. Imring a
|«idols and two daughters. The wid
ow and ber daughters returned to
| Prance. The daughiers marrler and
'the present Mi*. Weed is the daughter
• born to one of them. Mrs. Weed mar-
I ried an American.
I Mrs. W«ed‘» grandfalher had a bro
il her who amassed great wealth. He
I remained a bachelor and spent a good
| deal of his time in France. Claudlne
j v.as his favorite and during his life
j he lavished much attention and many
I valuable presents on the then young
When he died he left a will bequeath
ing all of his property to Mrs. Weed,
he having no direct heirs. The will
was signed, hut not wilneased. and
this caused a hitch which via* tafexi up
by distant relatives, and is now the
cause of the legal controversy. It was j
known that to one or Iwo of the tes
tator's faithful servants he said that
fie Intended bequeathing his property I
to his niece. Until these old servants
can he located and their testimony re-!
cured to make the will valid the estate!
es the dead man remains undisposed j
A flood Joke.
There’s a rich Joke going the rounds
on » well known young society
The affair oceured last Friday night.
The scene was on the lake. The
couple were also on the lake. They
were enjoying themselves emensely as
only a young man and a young Indy
ran who are allowing a boat to idly
drift on the quiet waters of a lovely
stream, and care not whether the old
world (urns east or weht, so long as
they are not disturbed.
But they were disturbed. That’s
where the Joke comes In. They
heard the hell at the Lake View car j
line ring. The bell only rings just be
fore the last car leaves.
My, how the ringing of that bell
did break Into, that tableau on the
waters. Oars were pulled with a will
and after a mighty struggle against
waves and time, the pair, out of
breath, arrived at the terminus and
hoarded the car.
They congratulated themselves sev
eral dozen times over on catching the !
ear, and it was not until they arrived
way down on Broad street that they
learned they could have waited an
hour or so longer on the lake. The
hell had rung accidently, and it was
far from the final car.
They don't like bells now. The
young man left town Saturday after
Peace commissioner be
tween man and hungrer -
mfk to ixnuto AM)r.RfK tr, him*
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MA€*At*l*AY to OH.
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te#t* k #» te#*f* •• wml •• O** tf#*L fee
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jteplr #ttn l# tte#jp tetotrto’i tte# rr<*n#y.
• 11l tnrr** It tof»d ###!»## • .
Vlundrrtl* of Ptolrs of |1 M M*tote#l« «t
ft II Hundred# of ftollito nf 14 M Nil*
te#tp «! tl to. Hundred* nf ptolfi nf I* Ml
blank#!* tot M ito. Tt»*ir tor# m» #*teltd
ttem In our *tenw Our M»mn«
In th# roumrf. tey •rtilnir o«. r»n Mm
number of pairs laid ntold#
MACAULAY * m.
OUR WAR 18 NOT OVER. JUBT
rant men ml rtr hll ns ■ Towmss s. II
shetl the block hriMrif by offering one
huttdteii xnd ftf' v dosen nf men's cate
„rcd negligee Hiirts. altnrbed and de
tarhabi- rnllars, many with two Cot
ta rs. and fifty doxeaa of puff—l'oaote
white shirts They are worth at leaat il
rent* The price will be only » cent*.
We take pleasure In aaaurlng the pub
lic that auch value# —auch good values
—were never before offered the lieu file
of Augusta. Coma early end get four
sis*- and the choice patterne.
MACAULAY * CO.
COME AND bee THE GREATEST
values In men's shirts evsr offered.
There are eight other merehants on our
bloek a-dllng ahlrts. but this week they
won't tie In It, nlthough they will try
hint, no doubt. Nobody else will offer
7B cents shirts for S 5 cents. Th y haven't
the backbone, they haven’t the shlrta.
macauKay & CO.
OUR SHIRT WAISTS ARE ALL
marked down In ptlee. All 75c.. Ssc. f
|1 no and 11.25 waists tomorrow for 5»
MACAULAY A CO.
Lower Balt's 'Today
Such Bargains as seen to
day cannot fail to attract
the buying public.
Good Sailor Hats for sc.
Fine Dress Shapes sold
for 75 cents and $t only
Many of them are Fine
Lace Edge Leghorns.
We have no time for
writing ads, but come to
us for bargains.
Balk Dry Goods Co„
6C4 Broad Street.
Mr. McKinley’s search for a good
peace commissioner has not taken him
up the Princeton road.