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ho#**** »n*l lilt rtrnloi her effort* at
Ml** IVl.eo*, who la • young vontai
rieual t graceful tti&Btrt- »B* young .
people voted the evening the moat da- 1
lightful they hava «p« nt ibl* *ummer
Among Mr* t’ohens guest* »eta:
Mi** Anna DttsMß. Miaa Sadie
Cranston. Ml** Mrttte d'Antignar. Mu*
Ethel Davidson. Ml** Marjorie Rest,.
Mias Sarah Tj*m»r, MU* Annie R»ah,
MUa liana Ferrla*. Mlea Maude BiteU. I
MU* K'“*nor Doughty. M** Myra
Reah. MU* Anna Bella Sibley, Ml**
Annie Kerri**. Mr. R Ktdgelay. Mr. J.
Doughty. Mr W. lurry. Mr. B. L. Dun
bar. Mr. W. Miller. Mr. R Karri**. Mr.
B. Phial*?. Mr. M. Stovall, Mr. W.
WalVer. Mr. K. Wall are. Mr. B. Trane. 1
Mr 0. R*ld. Mr. C White. Mr. R. Co- j
hen. Mr. C. Clark. Mr. E. Miller, Mr. j
Mr. and Mr*. Cecil Cochran here re- 1
turned from New York, where Mr
Cochran Joined Mr*. Cot bran after tala j
return from Liverpool.
Rather Hard on It - Bishop.
Mr*. Proud.e, the wife of the bishop
of Copemlnater. In England, doe* ad |
mirahle work by going among poor j
pecpl? and talking to them out of her I
own experience* and giving them j
wholesome advice. Sbc did *0 the oth
er day ai Mudbury, near Copeminmer.
N*xt day the rector’* daughter at |
Mt-dbur? said to one of the audience of
ti*e previous evening; "Well, Mrs
Toddle, what d:d you think of Mrs.
“Oh. it was very good—vrry good;
but you wt she only went half way."
"Whatever do you mean. Mrs. Tod
<'*?’’ tald the young lady.
"Well. Miss, she didn’t tell us what
she does when Mr. Proudle comes home
Intoxicated. We should like a little
•dvc in that Ve point.”
Mr. Harris Lynch, a prominent so
ciety man of Charleston, U the guest
of hfs uncle, Capl. John Jones.
The Summer Widow.
The summer widow doee not mourn
In unbecoming or uncomfortable gar
ments of woe. Perhaps her most co
goetish article of diess is her veil, fur
nished us usual v/ith a demure white
ruff, according to tradition, but defying
eld time customs In its texture. Crepe
and min’s veiling have b*en the only
fabrics considered suitable for a wid
ow’s veil r-p to'the present time, but
grenadine and silk fish net like that j
used for “lace” dresses are seen this |
Do You Want to Save Money
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Buy Your GROCERIES of Wicker & Pilcher.
Arbuckle’s Coffee 1 O cents.
1 5 Cakes “Harris” Soap for 25 cents.
8 Cakes Circus Soap for 25 cents.
Choice Country Butter 20 cents.
Fox River Butter 25 cents.
Best Java and Mocha Coffee 25 cents.
Good Second Patent Fiour 35c sack, $2.75 barrel.
Best Second Patent Flour 45c sack, $3.50 barrel.
Good First Patent Flour 65c sack, $5.00 barrel.
Our stock is complete and Prices Much Lower
Wicker & Pilclier, ffreclcers ofHigli Prices
954 BROAD STREET.
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A Woman'* Influence
To Mr*. Them** Hardy. If all re
! porta be true, the world ewes ber bua
— - . at-., novel In her own hand.
pjkt\ pf nt it to tbs publisher!, *nd fk9
. «. - me.pt 0 ( ti#r pork to ki*#p
potml on the lit#r»tur# of th* day. In
'knowledge at ber borbind'i
j Mita Rr.rah Harper will leave In Sep
lumber for College Park, near Atlanta.
A Demand for a Waistcoat.
At Slrathfleldnaye there are (or
k llamna A on sfttrV Iff fnlfi if
th# I bike of Wellington that yeara ago
the drat llama- brought there were
ahe to and a waiatroat made for the
| duke, hot a late front MM In. and they
hnd to make flannel waistcoat* for the
llama* Instead of tuelr own wool.
Ml** Mattie d'Antlgnar ha* returned
from a visit to friend* In Grovetown.
The Hobson Kiss.
! “Now,” said the satirical man. “I
suppose some crank is going to inter
view Miss Arnrld to ask how It feels to,
he kissed by Hobson. By the way, I
ivondcr if she kissed Hobson or if
Hobson kissed her?"
Mr. Ernest North has gone to Hot
Master Eddie Danforth will celebrate
hie fourth birthday with a children's
party, tomorrow, Saturday, afternoon.
Mr. Gould is at Tyhee.
Miss Emmie Jenkins entertained a
few friends Informally at luncheon yes
Say, you with an appetite ?
Raise the blockade- Eat
at the Ellis Restaurant.
Before purchasing a pistol or gun,
call on me, I can save you money. Bow
ls J. gchaul, Pawnbroker on Jackson
6treet, established 1890.
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The malntid'i * • itkn.
- . *i» n? if held th# (he dec***#*!
"kirkMl" a&d that ’.he COHing rlf rlflli’
had d<» chan?** to avoid th# Injury*
tl at the killing was due to negligence
<*f iftte servants and agent* of the com*
Mn( , in fniif#voriiif to rottple cars by
‘’kicking." by “kicking" car* at a high
cut no'‘re to the deceased, that proper
K;(aavrald at she time of his.death was
„ . _ . rarcivt'ur ff4o
a month 'n wares For the charged
, ,_ K .l, death th*
plaint 'IT allege* she tv a* damaged In
Come* so Trial.
The case came to trial at Monroe
Wednesday and closed yesterday af
j ternoon. the plaintiff being awarded
damages in *5.300. Ilm tinrrv D. Mc-
Daniel waa aasorlatec! with Hon. Bry
an Gumming, for the road, and W. 8.
t'pshaw. a* local counsel, was aaeor’.a- 1
ted with Judge Roney. it wax al*
gal battle rur'al. every point being
stubbornly ecmexted. Tbe plaintiff s'
attorney* won a signal victory. Judge
Honey auitalnrd h e porltlnn splendiil
' ly in fact of the arguments of two of
the leading lawyer* of Georgia. Thmej
was much Interest In the hearing
throughout and while the proven ahlll- 1
: ty of all the counael was altered. the (
success of Judge Roney was highly
Dr. J f- Terry, of Trimble. Tcnn., In
speaking of Chamberlain’s Colic, Choi- j
,era and Diarrhoea Remedy, says: “It
ihas almost become a necessity in this
' vicinity.” This is the best remedy In
I the world for colic, cholera mot bus. i
dysentery and diarrhoea, and Is rer
ognlsed as a necessity wherever Its
'great worth and merit become known
1 No other rennrdy Is so prompt or I'tTcc
| tual. or so pleasant to take. Sold by
Alexander Drug and Seed Co., C. R.
Parr of Bell Tower Drug Store.
Of Richmond County Holds Meeting
The Richmond County Agricultural
Club will bold their monthly meeting
at their club house tomorrow neon. Ma
jor Harry Hammon.lt of Beech Island
I will deliver an address on Agricultural
Education In Rural Schools. At each
Inf Iheec meetings some speaker makes
an adt’.ress on some agricultural sub
This is the best time of
the season to spend a day
on Tybee. Round trip, via
Central of Georgia, $ 1.50.
of Pacpoose Tribe of Red Men To
An important meeting of Pappooae j
Tribe c-f Red Men will he held In their
hall at Wes- End tonight. The meet-)
ing is called for 8:30.
Only Klci-1 bred and burglar proof
cases used. Muncy loaned on anything
of value at a low rat-* of Interest. Wa- ;
terbury alarm clocks. 75 cents. Lewis
J. Sc haul. Reliable Pawnbroker.
The King Grabber.
That Philippine grabbing programme
is causing politicians to weaken on the
peace commission. The President
should put Mark Hanna on It. What he
would not take nobody else would have.
Eat at the
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Miv#f fr*Plr pklia t*p
a# fall appmarpa* aiwrk roMaa k#ia*
| will a# a air it* pf%# apf'Vaw cv*
To buy a cotlaga of 4
rooms, with stor* room,
stoclf of goods. Rood trad *
fsUbllihsd, Lot 50x200
feot. Good barn A stablas.
In North Augusta. Terms
easy. Apply quick to
LEONARD F. FERDERY.
Real Estate Agent.
LECTURE AI THE HILAIRE.
A >plcn id IHr vary Treat In More
j Al the reqtiea: of many, those In i
j charge «f the anangementa of the ler
jiure which was to have l». n given „n
IHunday night ai the Sacred Heart
j church by llev. Father <le la Monlere.
have de, tdr.l to iMwtpone ll until Thurs
•tay night, when ll will he given at the
, theatre Inelend. Tht* change ewlll Is*
I very grallfylng to the public, for a
igr>-ai many woubt have d-suldles* Isen
ih-harred from attending, owing to th*
madrrjuat* seating rapacity of the
That a large audience will greet the
I Reverend Father goes without saying,
for all who rem-mlier his former lec
ture here will be delighted lo again
j Father de la Mcnl -re will lecture on
I Southern Chivalry. This lecture has
) practically the same foundalhtn as
Christian Chivalry, which h- delivered
her# with aurh flne effect six year* ago. .
jit ha*, however. I ecn revlar-d and Im
proved unlll very little of the original
matter la left, and haa been delivered
iin nearly every Southern city with
great eclat ft cannot fail to awatu-n
the enthusiasm and patriotism in the
.heart* cf all Southerner*, for It deala |
extensively With the South’* late strug
gle, and glowing tribute* are paid to
Jackson and Other leader* of the
• laiya In grey,” which are calculated
to tnaplre In the heart* of hi* h"ur-'r*
a deathless love for the Lost Cause.,
|*nd a strong desire to emulate the no- .
ble example* of these heroe*.
Father de la Monlere I* by birth a i
j Want Indian.hut ha* lived In the South-j
|,rn state* since childhood. At present
|he ha* charge of Soring Hill college
In Mobile. He I* a strikingly handsome
man and a man of great personal mag
! net Ism. Hl* voice is full, round and vl
j brant, and ho Is In every way nuallffed
lo add lustre to the lecture platform.
The lecture will be delivered for the
benefit of the Sacred Heart church fund
and will begin promptly at 8:30 o’clock.
Price of ticket*. 50 cents.
$1.50 to Tybee and re
turn every Sunday via
Central of Georgia. Bath
intr now is best of the sea
CARD FROn DR. WHITE.
It Has Bearing on the Flag Presented
Augusta. Ga.. Aug. 10. ISOS.
To the Editor of the Augusta Herald—
Sir: It affords me great pleasure to
acknowledge, In behalf of the enmrnll
jt c of colored citizens, of which I am
ihalrmsn. the hearty, cordial and libe
ral response made by the people of Au
gusta to our request for contrlbullons
to purchase a flag for the tenth regi
ment of United State* volunteers nmv
at Camp Dyer In our city.
While the money contributed was
mostly given by our colored citizens,
yet I am glad to testify that as far os
we requested contribution* from white
citizen* they gladly and liberally re
We feel greatly lndebt“d to the dallies
of Augusta for valuable assistance ten
T take this occasion. In behalf of my
vdf and also in behalf of our committee
to extend heartfelt thanks to all who
contributed toward tlm purchase of the
handsome flag “■■htoh has been present
ed to this regiment. T arn, yours rc
WM. J. WHITE.
Chairman 1 Citizens Humrotttee.
Perils of the Filipinos.
In our care fpr the interests of the
trusting Filipino's we should guard j
them both from" returning under the ;
yoke of Spanish oppression and coming
under the sway of the American boss. |
—Pittsburg Dispatch. |
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Augusta. Ga.. Aug. I*. 189* —Office
located iu the t'nlu-d State*
ment building, telephone N. 1572.
Forecast for 34 bout*, ending 8 p. tn..
Aug. 20. 1898:
Washington forecast for South Car
olina -Threatening weather and ratn
tonight and Saturday.
Washington forecast for Georgia
Fair tonight and Saturday, preceded by
showers In southeast portion.
Loral forecast for Augusta and vi
cinity Fair tonight and Saturday.
Maximum temperature 87.
The river al 8 a. m. was 11.8 feet, a
rise of 2.2 feet In the past 24 hours.
Rain fell In eery district of the cotton
belt during the past twenty-four, ex
cept Charleston with heavy locaKfalls
'ln Atlanta and Memphis districts; Vain
Kepi B? ALL pm C fi RoEtlls
“Bring it in, Porter. That Brand Flour is ex
actly what we want. We are tired using corn flour
and corn starch mixtures. Berry’s Grand Duke is
Pure Wheat Flour, Guaranteed.”
also occurred In all atatea north and]
t a#t of th# Ohio river. In Mlnneioia j
'and eastern Missouri.
] Temperatures have changed slightly
• verywhere, except In North Dakota.'
where a rise of 11 degree* occurred with ;
; coolest weather. 54 degrees, reported
from the upper Mississippi valley.
Cloudy weather extends this morning
along the roaat from Havannah to Key
West, with rtear to partly cloudy wea
ther prevailing over the rest of th"
The barometer I* highest over the up
iper south Atlantic stat. * and lowest in
ithe northwest country. The pressure Is
'also high over the upper Mississippi
valley and low In the middle /.ep-.Tit'c
Mr. Is>onard F. Verdery offers nn ex-j
©optional bargain In North Augusta re
al estate. Read his card elsewhere In j
| The Herald. I
FELL FROM A TRAIN.
Accent to Hr*. A. B. Boutet Laat
While alighting from an August*
Southern train at th- corner of Wash
ington and Telfair afreet laat afternoon
about 6 o’clork, Mr*. A. B. Boutet
fell and Injured her hip.
Mrs. Rattey, wife of Dr. Battey. who
Uvea near, came out to her aaalatance.
hut found ahe too badly hurt to
lie convoyed into the house.
I)r. T. It. Wright happened to he
passing by, fortunntely, and sent to the
hospital for a stretcher, on which Mr#.
Itoutef was conveyed to her home. Dr.
Hatley was absent from home at the
Mrs. Boutet, II seema, .iirtevopted to
alight while the train was In motion.
The Miaaes Conway have returned
J from Hillman.