Bargain hustler* are having a snap
this week. Oxford Ties were never so
cheap. We will seii 300 pairs
For 99 Cents
Every pair Is positively worth $2.
and many are worth $3.50. Don t de
lay. See our window.
Wm. Mulherin's Sons & Co..
846 Broad St.
11m. H. V. Ciltii Aural' Ik
SmiM Is Aitaela.
Tin tKlawai *
I ahlag '.**«••
Ho* Martin V Oalxts »• la Attosu
tm legialaG** t».i •!»**»
ftSt# taSiiSl COtSlSlM*®" **'
report of tbe atat* bank ■■■■larr. **•»
la Iho nfltf i.f Ihr r|orh of th* H«m* ,
at ta o'clock veaterdar laorcuat and rt* ■
Main, d la aettkxi aa.II l a *Wk. Th<~ ;
prrfcat were Chaiiaaaa Calrla and
Miwa T. D Stewart and ». *. Wrlth-j
aa* Italy Mr. T. B Neal »»• abarai
Of tho mtr.ialMlcß Mr. Caleta la th<
author of tho rooolottoa providing f >r
Ha aHolaiaru. Mr Salft la rhalraian
of tho (fauna haaklaa riaaittM, and 1
Mr. Stewart chairman of the .amo rno■,
mlttae la the S. aat* Mr Wltham la
proa;dont of twenty eouotry hanka and
Mr. Neal la president of ooe of tho
Aral banka Ht Atlanta.
Duty of the Cowiaalaaloa.
The duty of tb* rotnaalaaion aa do ;
Aaed by the art la to report by MB or ;
tthnrwlfn euggnet Ing rarh
to th** hen king Usi of the ststr *s will'
protect th * depositors stid shsrehold- 1
ere snd he generally helpful to the
The immediate eaose of the paessfre
of the net was State Treasurer and
Bank Examiner Speer's report show*
log urgent need for amendments to th*
hanking law touching socoitty ami j
loaaa to cilror.
Thr <ommi»i»jn ppent thr o hour. In
a preliminary dlmtaaion of the points!
to be considered. and at the end of that
time adjourned ta tarot again on Sop- 1
tewher T., In the meantime, a type- 1
written Hat of the que*. ion. brought up I
for ronalderatlon will be sent to each .
member, and when they return It la i
expected that the dreusslon and mb- j
sequent consideration will have ervs-,
ie’fr.ed In clear views of the amaod-1
rirnU to be recommended.
In tho interval the American Bank-j
era’ convention will meet, and Mr
Withatn. who la a delegate, la trying to I
got the other merabe. - * of the commis
sion to attend the meeting and hear
the discussions there.
The commission was unanimous in !
the opinion that the law needs revision. I
Whether they will be as unanimous In )
tfceir views of the specific ebangea to j
be made remains to be seen.
The following are some of the points
which the members of the commis
sion will consider between new and I
the next meeting:
1 The repeal of the charter lien which .
state banks have on their stock.
2. Loans by banks on tbeir own]
8. Authority of directors.
4. Classification of securities.
6. Liability of banka for collections.
6. The New York law for call loans.
7. The custom of making a secured
demand note answer in place of a cer
tain per cent of deposits.
8. Cash reserve for the protection of
9. Loans to officers.
Bears the The Kind Vm Hava Always Bought
Wm. Schweigert & Co.,
LEADS 'EM ALL
j Hill Et trill. F«nwr \b*imb Hall
rttitr'i U«s4 i>qgnl
Ik Law da fbw Chicago CM iw »Mtwg
\k hat AaMtWtw hall fa a daw wot hold
pl-aMna raawuactwwa at ia.ll, iwr hmb
who .amid find th# ball won iiaaaa ta
Bill renewrd bta M«alilaar* here
[ last April, whea the Ckraga ball team
played the lata Augwetn agg.egat.oa of
I ball toaaera
' Along with Btll Mvereft waa another
who aaaa a fa a. I liar figure oa the Au
gusta diamond- "Mat** Kllroy. Both
are still arkb the Chicago bal toaaera,
1 and Everett la leading the pmawkw
n batting aa4 fielding Kllroy la not
>d<'iag no bad.y. either, hat la aot beep-'
’ mg up the Itch that Big Btll Is doing.
The Chicago Rnord says of Evere*!
I "The Chicago tram sank a few prdnia
n batting during the past week, and
teams to be lot Ids prestige aa a band
of slugger* With Lange out of the
game and Connor and MeOormlck bat -
> tins like two recruits from Hltn'tvllle.
it ha club la really weak with teh stick,
i and the rrnnk. ns he looks over the
If gurea. cannot but wonder what would
’have happened had good old t*nr!r An-1
non nod hia mighty willow been In tbs
game this year.
"Kvereit lends in balling and in sto
len baaea. Seven of tbe Orphana are I
|at or over tbe .800 mark In hitting, j
Everett, as first has-man. naturally
leads the whole crowd la the field.
Callahaa baa a few points the lead as
the club's best winning pbrher. Grif
fith clone behind. Griffith's present
percentage curious to say, la almost
I exactly that which he held (luring the
| -meson* of 1892. 1894. 1895. lad Ui»t>
.showing the steadiness and reliability
|of the little man In the most eloquent !
! fashion. Wood and Isbell are the
j luckless Ditchers of the tc3ra. and Kil
rew Is Just over the mark that divides
[winners from losers."
Everett’s percentage shows up ax]
Hatting—G. 102: AB. 436; R. 84; BH.
152; SH. 4; SB, 27; 28, 15; 38. 2; 48.
0; PC, 350.
Fielding—G, 102; PO, 1043; A, 53;
E, 30; PC, 973.
Kllioy’s record in the box Is: Won,
6; Lost, 5; Percent Won, .545.
I adies Can Wear Shoes.
One size smaller after using Allen's
Foot-Ease, a powder to be shaken Into
the shoes. It makes tight or new shoes
feel easy; gives Instant relief to corns
and bunions. It's the greatest comfort \
discovery Of the age. Cures and pre
vents swollen feet, blisters, callous and
sore spots. Allen's Foot-Ease Is a cer
tain cure for sweating, hot. aching, ner
vous feet. At all druggists and shoe
stores, 25e. Trial package FREE. Ad
dress Allen H. Olmsted, Le Roy, N. Y.
The command to increase and multi
ply is a back number. Notv the in
crease is brought about by division in
the divorce court, which makes two of
Only steel lined and burglar proof
safes used. Money loaned on anything
of value at a low rate of Interest. Wa
terbury alarm clocks, 75 cents. Lewis
J. Schaul, Reliable Pawnbroker.
Rtf JtMfc* to lx t*Wnt*
to ttototof 0
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gs Mm t«—l
th* aW totot* •# ***** Ba •*•« j
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1«* 'kc Irai ®#*• $ MStotoiMlMP pMMMto# to®** .
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llrtsttnf toHfc t» f •* ml•»«**• ft*.
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I fSl»SSflllShS| tottll f fftlftll* I
lias Mato Pnsgrtwt,
Mtocoto I)ia H>rffSfto<l 111 finfMittotfc'O \
iffSSlly Ito lllto lto*l Iff hto* Cl* J
brf trade nft lirsHr and toss
tsdfk* to torctot toMKifr puhllr In prove
m<tU. Ttoe streets tor# bHtog fated Ito I
| rtorh tovte style (bat Mayor Price pro- j
p«fs in sire • trend ball on ttoe.
»month pa%rmef)|M of one of I tor tbor |
|rugh,'Rr*w during th# Jubilee
Tl* hut line r#' ently «wtabll*hr4 nn
tthe tVmulg## and now in lunrwful
ifmillea to the ee* ka* given Macon
tauter freight rate* tad opened new j
: territory to ber mefehtotots Tbe efly i
I la la ete**llent conditio® Slid octree Imi<}
I brighter pmspertn than thoM which j
• now lie before her.
HKI.IEr IN BIX Horns.
Di»tr#*»lng Kidney and Bladder TMa.
ease relieved la *t* hour* by "New I
Oreat B*tuth American Kidney Cure.” I
It I* a great aurprlae <«■ account of Ita
exceeding promptn#»* In relieving pain
lln bladder, kidney* and bark. In mal* j
or ffmate Helieve* retention <.f water
almost Immediately. If you want qttl. i
relief and cure, this I* tbe remedy. Bold
by L A. Oardelle. druggist. Augusta,
.Ua., (12 Broad (tree!.
11051*1 lAI. TRAIN.
1 A Large Number of Second Georgia
Boys Are Aboard.
| Macon, Cla.. Aug. I», A hospital
jtraln with 1(0 soldier* from the hospl- I
' ta!* at Tampa. Fla . passed through-
Macon yesterday aficrnoott In charge of I
Major Richards and a large detail of
mm from the hospital corps.
| In one of the sleeper* of the long train |
were eleven men of the second Georgia j
! volunteer regiment now at Tampa. To
gether with the Georgians came 18 oth-1
jer olunteer*, all of them from tbe sth 1
I Of the 160 men «n the train. 140 of i
them are down with tyr-hold and mala
rial fever, and a few of the remaining
I are attacked with dyaenlery. None of
the patient* were In tin- Cuban cam
paign and none of them are down with
The general character of the alcknesa
on the train 1* slated by Major Rich
ards.wh.o gave the men moat careful at
tention throughout the trip, to be ex
ceedingly light, although some of the
fever patients arc very low and nut
expected to live. It was learned through
reference to the steward's register that j
none of the Georgia boys are danger- ,
ously 111, and while some of them have (
fever the majority of the cases are
in the last sleeping coach or the
train that came through yesterday were [
| the following Georgia boys from the j
J. Clifton Elder, sergeant, C. F, ty
phoid: Cole Austin, private, C. A. t y- ,
phoid; Malcolm Bardwell, private, Co. ■
A, typhoid: Charles Mathews, private,
Co. E, fever; Benjamin Perry, private,
jco. A, fever: John Welch, private, Co.
!h, fever: Joseph L. Lyon, corporal, Co.
C, fever; Jacob Robot, private, Co. L,
fever; F. E. rask, Co. E, measles: Ev
ans Harmon, private, Co. K, malaria;
Ji.hn s. Garllok, private, Co. E, mala
20-year filled gold watches In ladles'
and gents’ sizes with Elgin or Wal
ilham movement from $7.00 to $12.50.
iGuarantees with each watch at Lewis
.7. Schaul'*. Reliable Pawnbroker on
ANNIE RD SKIPS.
Woman Under Bond in Gainesville
Leaves the Place.
Gainesville, Ga.,Aug. 18.—Annie Bird,
better known as “Birdshol," who fig
ured as the star witness in the trial oT
[the case vs. Henry Roark, who was
'sentenced to a life term in the jienitcn
tlary for the murder of E. K. Findley,
as Skipped out, and ber w hereabouts Is
She was indicted for a riot nad was
under a S2OO bond for her appearance at
the August term of ihe city court,
whfch converted on Monday last, but
she left during Sunday night, and has
left her bondsmen to settle the matter.
‘TT73D AUOUBTA HKI’ AX.D.
D a jfiG
11l II (H Vi llt H Nil (M,
Itw ItoMM Tlm* ta *«• «*> Ml
fyilUr ft, • #t*| tht* (Maev u j
TB* Kaflflag MML
Mir#*' ability aa a husitt#** tttaa Ba*
I and ftm based.
u. i t Klnat l t,'t * bnrthir 4 live
'a*-** of load from MaJ K K Hays on
I Midway *tf**#t and will erect tlirrro* a!
I handsome and mmmodiuua rmOrtcr
In tbe near tolar*.
Mr. R C Jour* left on Wednesday I
morning for a lan day*' pleasure trip
Ito Apfmmaltox. Va.
Mr J. tk COprland ha* f#lurn#d from
a nißDirr trip to tb* mountain* of
| North Carolina.
Mr A. Hie* ba* r*turn#d from l
wrek'a bualnaaa and pleasur* trip to
New York Hty.
Maj E. A. Hay* was rall*4 to th*
b*d*id* of Mrs Hay* at Greenwood a
few day* ilßcr. Bh* la now ronval- j
Mr. I.utb*r Georg*, on* of All*n
(tple'» promising young merchant*, waa
a vlaltor In town Sunday.
Mra. J. S Oswald end family, of 1 A-1
tendal*. arc expected to visit r*lativra
here thia week.
Rev. If. R. Ruak will prrarh In (H*l
Presbyterian church here on th* third
Sahbatb of *v«ry month during (h#
Chap'aln Richard Carroll, of th*.
Tenth regimen, colored volunteer*, at!
Augusta, has purchased the handsome
buy hoes* of Mr. E. C. Maya.
The All“tidale Glee Club will give a
S rai.rert here on August 25th.
The county campaign meeting will
In- held at Denmark on August 26th. A
full attendance of both people r.ml Can
dida lea la expected.
Miss Dnisv Jones anil Mrs. C. F.
Riser, who have been sojourning at
Glen Spring*, returned home last Mon
Mr. .1. A. Spann has returned from a
business trip to Ne«v York city.
Mr. A. C. Thomas, of Marysville,
Tex., has found a more valuable dis
covery than has yet been made In the
Klondike. For years he suffered untold
agony from consumption, accompanied
by hemoiTtihges: and was absolutely
cured by Dr. King's New Discovery
for Consumption, Coughs and Colds.
He declares lhat gold Is of little value
in comparison with this marvelous cure
—would have It, even If It coat a hun
dred dollars a bottle. Asthma, Bronehl
tis and all throat and Inng affections j
are positively cured by Dr. King’s j
New Discovery for Consumption. Trial j
bottles 10 cents at Howard * Wlllet's
drug store. Regular size 50 rents nnd
sl. Guaranteed to cure or price lifun
arous changes hands.
The Rome Weekly Bought By fir.
W. A. Knowles.
Rome, Ga., Aug. 18.—When lh.' Sou
thern Argus, Rome's leading weekly
newspaper arrears tomorrow, it will
announce a change of ownership, Mr.
John W. Bale having sold the entire
plant to Mr. W. A. Knowles, editor of
Tt Is understood that a strong com
pany will lie organized to hack Tho
Argus, and that it will later on be an
afternoon paper, though at present It
will remain weekly.
Mr. Gordon Hlh-s, a talented young
newspaper man with < onsiderabl • news
; paper expel ience, will succeed Mr.
'Bale as editor of The Argus.
Some time ago a little bottle of Cham
berlain's Colic, Cholera nnd Diarrhoea
Remedy fell Into my hands. Just at a j
time when my two-year-old boy was
terribly afflicted. His bowels ware be
yond control. We had trlqd many rem
edies, to no purpose, but the little bot
tle of Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoe Rem
edy speedily cured him. —William F.
Jones, Oglesby} Oa. For sate by Alex
ander Drug & Seed Cc., C. It. Parr,
of Bell Tower Drug Store.
• ji§iuw pum. . m -- m iff
WAGES UP ON
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11**® ttc<i%«4 nttortot to ntonnuo® of
1 totonar. totol (to riMwlat toto* tool pH
luff tCMklrto tl l# (Bift In kg In lk 0 (J,
I tor# of W A. V* *tton«i »»firri«tt(i4rii|
ft toto litototo*® I tot I (to •»*«
1 lidtfltitf tip melt* tt (tolll to liailiVl
«lid t*i Hmhi lif (to tinvitifti *xt #m*
V m|«(ntr« Ito WtoftliliiffM.
| itolttCv*# tor# to«n i® Ws h fstin refb
*!*##'!)*Hi4 (to** ♦ nijiii "■?j'## in Iti# trtolto
I (into cf ngm iifto Vtk# topvi of III# I®*
•reave a 111 he gtadly r*r*l«*4 by Ik*
■ vnpb r«» It la said that lh* order of
I'ardmn and other* engaged In hand
I ling trains.
Th* Knoxxlll* Special.
Knoxville. Tron, Aug IT.— Order*
have Iscn rrrvlved her* increasing in*
i wages of train employ** and yardam
lof th* Southern railway from • to 10
trr cent, having thr effect of restoring
them to thr figures received before th*
|<ut r alr three years ago.
Tb* order doe* act apply lo the
higher •■fficlal*. clerks of shopmen,
wli.*** wage* were cot at the sam,
time, ho* It Is expected that tbeir wages
: mill a!«r be Increased soon,
j The oraer Is effective the Ifitb.
i FREE PILIJt.
I Bend your addree* to H. E. Rurklew
A Co., Chicago, and get a free sample
j tw.x «f l>r. King's New Life Pills A
I trial w ill <vmvine# you of their merit*.
These idlls are easy In action and are
particularly effective in the cur 4 of
Constipation and Hick Headache. For
Malaria and Liver troubles they have
I been proved Invaluable. They are
[guaranteed to tie perfectly fri-» from
•-very deleterloua substance and to tie
purely vegetable. They do not weaken
by their action, hut hy giving ton* to
the stomach and bowels greatly invtgn.
Irate the system. Regular size 25 cent*
! tier box. Sold by Howard & Willet,
A FARMER KILLED.
A Prosperous Citizen Meets a Most
Giantvllle, Ga.. Aug. 18.—Mr. C. IT.
Burnett, a prospi iou» farmer of this
place, was killed by the east bound At
lanta and Weal Point passenger train
Mr. Barnett was crossing the track
In a wagon drawn tiy two mules, when
It was struck by ihe train. The wagon
was completely demolished, and both
mules were killed. Mr. Barnett was
thrown fifty feet Into th. air, falling
head first on a cross tie. His skull was
crushed and the Injured man died in
a few moments.
The accident occurred within view of
the station, and after striking the wn
gon the engine ran up to the stopping
liolnt with pieces of tho woodwork and
| harness hanging to the pilot. As rus
! tomary, tho nnglne blew at approaching
Ihe crossing, but It Is evident that he
did not heed It or thought he had time
to make the crossing A large pile of
corded wood on the side of the track
obscured the view of the epproaohins
Mr. Barnett wns a prosperous citizen
of tlic community and about 45
years of age. He leaves a wife and
T Bucklen’s Arnica Salve.
THE BERT SALVE in the world for
Puts, Bruises, Sores. Ulcers, Salt
Rheum, Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped
Hands. Chilblains, Corns, and ail Skin
Eruptions and positively cures Piles,
or no pay required. It Is guaranteed to
give perfect satisfaction or money re
funded. Price 25 cents per box. FOR
SALE BY HOWARD & WILLET.
A FARHER NOMINATED.
S. T. Hurst Nominated For the Ordi
Perry, Ga., Aug. 18. Mr. S. T.
Hurst, a farmer, was nominated to fill
jthe unexpired term of Joseph Palmer,
•late ordinary of Houston county.
Pistols, Double Barrel Guns —Pistols,
Harrington & Richardson Brand new
pistols, $2.50; Harrington & Richardson
second hand pistols, $2.00. American
double action lilstol, SI,OO. Guitar, Man
dolin and Banjo Strings, 2 for 5 cents, at
L. J. Schaul, Reliable Pawnbroker.
' ONE HUE PRICE
#1.(0 top' With! , . 7(f
#|,UoUoyt‘ Wiki . • (0k
7fC Hop WfiHt , , IH<
(0k IfcnV W*t%f , , 3ft
2(v Hoys Wisl . • IJc
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WHITES IMIH teHAHti
- — l - —— THI. MB BTORfe ———aa.
CMAI UNCI' A lURQAfI
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_________Hull I ROAD ATM I T. L_L_
The last, but one of our »emi-annual Challenge
Sales will be crowned with an array of haraaina, such
as any store may be proud of. Some of the Special
values are the results of our own efforts carefully
planed for the occasion many weeks aco. Others, we
are frank to confess, are rather accidental, merely
attributable to our ability to take quick advantage of
(the unexpected turns the markets take at times. All
in all it is a wonderful collection of choice Shoes that
will be sold at our new store this week for
Fifteen different styles In Ladles' Low and High
Shoes and eiifht different styles of Men's.
These are genuine bargains purchased by our Mr.
Couley while in the East.
'Agents for Hanan 6t Son, Stacy Adams & Co.,
Edwin C. Burt and Ziegler Bros.
OUR BEAUTY SHOW
AT BLIQH'S CRYSTAL PAI.ACE
O /j: **
LyJ vs ffirairrj
BLIGH’S CRYSTAL PALACE
If y ou wan, two ES? ZJFRSt
that. The recent 25 par cent reduction
w,; a quarter hit. hut here'* a proceed or home run*: Columbia*. ntottol 4».
SSO oo and your last chance to get thl* popular model at anyprdc We have
three shop worn .only) model 46. ladle*', we will lot go at IW.OU. One ladles
Hartford at $15.00 and ladle*' Vedette at $36.00, ladle* Jill at *3O and for
boy- and nun Ihere la nothing on the market to compare with the Ketdel
special at $-5.00 and the Jaek at $53.00; *econd hand Cleveland*,
Cn -cent- StearnH. Victors, Kldredge and Uaeycle*. from *1- 00 up, all At
condition,' and we let them go at any old prlce-they dldnot
thing, were K lven to us by people who wanted to ride the 3TANDAKD
WHREL OF THE WOULD, and only Bold In Augusta at
DEVENEY, HOOD & CO.
GUARD AGAINST SMALL POX
Destroys Bed Bugs, Roaches, Fleas and Other
PURIFY YOUR DRAINS AND PREMISES.
W F. PI.ATT. Agent., 312 Jackson St., Augusta, G a
READ HERALD - WANT IS.
la mw running. Some of our rrtee
tnulln •» fib game and dinner rate
On# might aa wall attempt ta pa—a
Hi# rainbow, aa ta daarrlbo all thaw
good qualltlta. Tha way they are aa»-
Ina la a caaUon to thoee who !r‘«rd
purchare when they ran be had for
“gat log aim aom*llmo.“ Cottar par*
rhaar when tbty can ba had (or each
low price# re wo are offering t(*ae.
Aa for glaaswarn, crockery, lamp*
*c.. time and language fall ue la tail
of Ibe wor.ifara that wa aatl. Don't (or
al that our acre price# will keep yoa
Remember Ibe plaoe