NO WAR PRICES
h •* •* Cowt . a a a a •§¥
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I m * f»w day* to buy n»w fad H«a. t can
vtH . >jfi to ftO par r«n« on *rf pufthaM* U»r»»»t
#ock of Diamond* In Au*u*Us
LEWIS J. SCHAUL, jeweler.
Undar tht Artlnfton Hold __
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tw Broadway, /iWMii. Oa.
TIjRIOUS CHARGES rtADE
By Lkul. Sh.arrr Against Captain
Atluua. Oa . Aug. W.-A row h**
hiut.n imw knaxa rgjit C. o
Bradlr.v of the Utergto voluoiaei anil* I
lary. and member* o| the machine gun
battery of thr dftii regiment,
which hr commanded h»tm» hr ainrpt
ad thr commission of the arttllary bai
irry Dow at Chlrkamauga.
Limit. Shearer of lIM machine gun
battery allagra that Capt Bradlry baa
walked off with about 1410 which be
long* to the machine gun battery, and
refuse* to return thr same. Thin mon
ey, l.lrut Shearer aaya. waa collected
|>> Oapl. Bradley from the city of At- [
lama under the ordinance allowing
Uutt command 1% per month for arm
ory rant The battery had lla armory i
In the atata capitol and paid no rent .
—honor the money waa not needed for !
that purpoar. and Lieut. Shearer nay*
ll went Into the pocket of the captain.
According to the statement of U»ut.
Shearer, Capt. Hro4ley, after repented ,
demand* had been made upon him,
pro mined to make a payment of SIOO
recently, hut fulled to keep the engage- J
ment. and now member* of the muehlne
gun battery are threatening to call the
attention of the war department to the
matter with a view of havto* a oourt
While thta controversy I* going on j
the machine gun battery ha* been or
dered to vacate It* free Quarter* B t the
capitol to make room for the public i
record*, the adjutant general’* depnrt- ;
ment taking the position that the mon- I
ey given by the city to pay rent ought
to be applied to that purpoae by the
Capt. Bradley is with hi* battery at
Chlckamauga. and hi* aide of the af
fair could not us course be heard here.
The Herald’* new Standard War At
las Is a very timely publication, which
seems to be well planned to answer the
question* which people are asking
about countries In different part* of
the world. The map* are in sufficient
detail to be entirely Intelligible, and the
low price at which the atlas is pub
lished. SO cents, will make ignorance j
unpardonable. Reattxlng the value of
such an atlas The Augusta Herald ar- |
ranged with the publishers for a special
edition. A* this new atlas Is not for
sale at any of the stores, our readers
should hasten to send for a copy be
fore the edition i* exhausted.
Before purchasing a pistol or gun.
call on me. I can save you money. Lew
is J. Schaul, Pawnbroker on Jackson
-•treet, established ISSO
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lift* etm pi I- it y .Id bis language, agton
ieh.A repll.-d Why Mr. wtttl—Whnl
did I any r
sos Inetanre you *aM today m your
rtl*. -■li.se w.mething about drawing an
Wow. nlr. Hrair the people
there did not khu* whnl that meant.~
"O—O—you ore wrong, evw* •• tgnn
i«nt negro would understand that,**
••Well, weil." said the den con, "we
ahull aron nee ”
I He aunt • servant so rail Blit, and
when Will Md *n»*. the Qcnigp s-ki-d
• hlti. (*■ you draw an. InfetrhgsT"
"Wllscmiehed hta h«gd and •> ti tled a
nionwnt anti then repll-d "No aar. nn
aar. hut metihe TMek kl* **
tkrk, the wagoner, drove a fine
yoke of aleera, and waa aa proud of
their ability aa waa the prawrker of hi*
"Call nick." demanded the deaenn.
When Dl< k had t ome, he was asked.
I "Can you draw an Inference T'
j IM< k seemed to ho pustled. He
thought R wae a very great load of
something, but waa unable lo mah
out what. Finally, he anewerrd slowly.
j deliberately, “I reckon 1 kin If 1 bitch
ion emit her yoke of steers"
We should remember like alt good
preachers and newspapets do that It
is not every one who understands eve
rything they hear and read and end*a
! vor to help them In many Instanrea.
The Atlanta Constitution and The
Augusta Herald are making ihl* a
point, and he an doing they do more
good many times then they think.
Old Mr Oile*. the day keeper of the
, North Augusta bridge, la now (Ml yeara
[old. He I* the youngest of eight hoy*,
j the oldest being ** year* of age.
All of them are living and enjoying
line health. Hl* oldest brother told him
a few day* ago that he felt aa well
aa well a* ever he did In hi* life. They
were raised In Clarke county, where
and near where they are all living now
The balance of them are farmer*, and
they ralae every bushel of corn and
wheat and every pound of meat that
they consume. Blx of these brothers,
Including himself, went all through the
■war of the Confederacy and came out
allvy. Of course some of them w'ere
wounded, and some more then once.
The Augusta cotton mills, all are ev
eellant In ihelr management. Perfect
order. Perfect system.
Kepeclally I* this true of the Enter
prise. We were In Columbia, 8. C., last
year, and would Vie glad to say as much
for the lUehland mill If we could, but
cannot. Their work was not regulated
property. In the cloth room sos Instance
the first day* of the week the operative*
were comparatively idle, the last days
of the week the work crowded ihcm to
the extent that they were compelled to
work day and night to keep up with It.
We knew a boy but fifteen year* old,
who worked all day one Friday, Fri
day night, all day Saturday and If he
had not failed physically would have
worked till midnight the night follow
The management here Is quite differ
ent. Here, there Is a time for every
thing and everything in time, a place
fur everything and everything In place.
Superintendent Lynch of the Enter
prise Is a thorough business man. He
is the right man In the right place.
And he is much loved by all the em
ploye* of the mill, in true heartfelt
sympathy he enters with them Into all
their sorrows and Joys. And Mr. Lynch
is especially fond of the children, and
has proven himself In many ways to
be their true friend. At his own ex
pense he provides a school for them—
and In many ways he spends money
for their pleasure and benefit. He Is
firm in dealing with the operatives of
the mill, but never cruel. He treats
everyone—even the youngest, weakest,
poorest, most Ignorant—with the ut
most Justice-and kindness.
Afternoon marble playing Is a fad in
this part of town. The boy who gels
beaten must give the balance a shot
at the bones of his hand.
Jolly Bill Wisbnm. who is a friend
to everybody and everybody a friend
THK WXJO-TJBT-A. HETRALD
MARTINAS WON FUTURITY
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(ura an 4 wa «•**» that If h* « v *« *h
lho roowtry h* *v*l4 have •
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—we don't know. But we do know that
[ he la very fond of children, and thl*
| la recommendation enough.
We hate acme slrknea* netr here
Mr*. John Perdue ha* been quite alek.
but *he I# better.
John, the young eon of Me ftlbron
Adam*, ha* been very alek hi# life
waa despaired us-but we undereland he
Mr. J. L. Wraa ha* lately lost two
of hi* children, AJbert and R'»aa Al
bert waa 14 and Roa* 1" year* "Id at
the lime of their death The friend*
of Me. and Hr*. Wren extend sympa
thy to them.
The McOuhoe night »ehool I* doing
well, and It t* to be hotted that the pu
pil* will get much good out of It. Tt
Is said of John Klttn, It 1* useless her#
to mention: "Apprenticed to a shoe
maker and required to work sixteen
and eighteen hour* a day. yet he re
deemed time from sleep for the pur suit
of knowledge." M.
Smith A Wesson pistols from 15 to
JS 50. Several good hlgycle* for aale
Very cheap, flood watehe* from f! 25
to $50.00 at Lewis J. Schaul. Reliable
Pawnbroker, under the Arlington.
AN HOUR WITH HIS HONOR.
The Order of Business at Recorder's
Joe hart made his first appearance be
fore the recorder yesterday morning,
and had remarked that he would
"bring his old 'oman when he come
He was as good as his word, for he
was on deck at court this morning,
and so was "de old ’Oman." Joe said
pe had "Jess shook her a bit,” but the
evidence showed that he had abused
his wife rather bodly. His fine was S2O.
"We threw rocks at a dog, your hon
or," said they.
However, the dog had escaped being
hit, but not so a house of Mr. Howard.
The sequel was that the pair was re
ported for rock throwing on the streets
and brought to court. Their tine was
The former was charged with heat
ing the latter, his wife, in a way that
violated the lfith.
• Jedge," said Evans, “dat 'oman is
very unpleasant to lib wtd, an' as I has
only bin 'fore you once since 'mancipa
tion. you you will please let me go.”
The evidence was against Evans, so
he was fined $lO.
He had hit Jim Connors because Jim
cursed him. Jim had taken a drink and
was mad because Lew refused to “sot
‘'em up once more.” A buggy whip had
Officer Wren testified that Connors
was not drunk at the time.
Review got a $2 fine.
Ed Barney. ’•
Ed is a hack driver and he was in
#*cr«*« enough t* Art*# a h-ern »bnl
as* ia A.I C’«4lO-a f«* *n» M» Mar-,
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igmVred Judge Hagle* Aft* the d
Eat at the Ellis Restaurant
BODY FILLED WITH BULLETS.
Negru I nter* the Himm of a M oman
Qul man «ia , A»E 24. —. The snu
I wag ; rtf phoned to ton Sunday that a
j negro had been lynched nn the farm of
j s. S. Koundenn. ten n»;l«» nurtb ot
The negro’s name was Tom M filer,
| and he had been recognised m the
cummuniiy as • bad character fur
It seems that Saturday night sum#
oiit entered the room of and kticmpted
tu commit a rape on a white lady in'
Uie community, whose name would not
Lie divulged The lady waa asleep at
the, lime and waa awakened by ih#
I'lnti h of the black brut*, and her
arose ms ao<>n *an>he her husband, who
ns In the next rodfn. He ran Into
hi* wife's room, but 4 not In time to
prikeni the wouid-be rapist from «a
vapipg through the window through
which he had entered. The room
wag dark and It waa Impossible for the
lady to tell who her assailant was. but
a poeae of the cooleet and best cltixens
of the community soon gathered and
began to work on the caee. One
small point followed upon another un
til a positive case was made out
against the negro Tom Miller. The
posse was composed of cool, level
headed men, who would not act on
suspicion, and it ts said that the negro,
when faced with the facts, made a full
confession, and as a resnlt he was ta
ken about 100 yard* from where he
lived and his body riddled with bullets.
It Is said that there were at least 100
bullet holes in his body. The lynch
ing occurred within lees than iwo
hundred yards of where Joseph Isom
was killed during Chrialmss of 1894.
and whoso death ebused what was
kn»wn as the Brocks bounty wars.
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Hav» Always Bought
Bears the /W y/\
DESIGN FOR DEWEY'S SWORD.
•‘The Gift of the Nation to Rear Ad
Washington. Aug. 24.—The design for
the memorial sword the government ts
to present to Rear Admiral Dewey, ac
cording to act of congress, was finally
determined upon today by the commit
tee holding the subject In charge.
The design was submitted by Tiffany
& Co. of New York. Its marked char
acteristic Is its simple and solid ele
On one side of the.blade is trn- in
scription: The gift Of the nation io
Rear Admiral George f>e\vey, U. S. N..
in memory of the victory at Manila
Bay, May 1, 1898.” ,r .
Barnum & Bailie’s Circus
is best —So is Ellis Rest
aurant . ‘
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lArkeoAville.. Fla.. Att|. It Now
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[Vr btttln#— !• ftlrr—tr ah*>®inn in !«• *
, crate Before many day* hare passed
: again crowded with shipping for coast■ I
Mi eli money ha* been put la rlrru’a- *
(ton by the tronpa. and the prospect*
for a proeperoue .winter season are
very bright. Many new houses are
opening up, while all the older and
ilrrgrr ones are Inrreeslnif their Mock* |
ko a larger extent than ever before.
Flatteifng Pro erects ia Nashville.
I Nashville, Tenn., Aug. 14 —The trade
[situation in Nashvilte'a territory ia
'gallering. In all distrtbutlve tinea tb«
ijMlgrrgate nf sale* among Jobber* has
.baen greater than for the correspond |
ing period last year, and will average !
I pp to a 25 per cent increase. The coun- j
,|ry merchant* hare paid well and thr
farmers are In better chape than they
have been for yeara.
Rememberthe train leaven
for Atlanta at 7:00 A. M.
Sept. 5th —Two days in
Atlanta alt daylight, at
$1.95, by Tuggle & Hol
The Result of the Double Murder In i
Amerlcue. Oa,, Aug. 24.—From pres
ent Indications there may be another
neck breaking on ace,Hint of ihe double
murder—that of Mrs. Mary MrOarrah
and her son. James Boone, in Bumter
county, Saturday morning.
Bine* the lynching of Hamp Hollis, 1
Saturday afternoon, his wife, Lucy Hoi- j
Its.' has made statements concerning :
another negro. Eugene Reese, with the j
murder. Reese was Jailed here, and
given committal trial this morning. [
The evidence of Lucy Hollis makes !
conviction almost certain, and he was
hejd without ball to await the action of j
the grand Jury.
There Is other very strong evidence |
against Reese that was not brought
out at the committal trial, and It ts gen- j
erally believed that he will he convict
ed and hanged for the murder. Robbery i
as well as revenge was the motive for j
the douhle murder, as the money be
longing to young Boone cannot be
Wife of Governor Atkinson of West
Virginia Now Free.
Charlestown. W. Va., Aug. 22 —The
Indictment against Mrs. Myra Atkin
son, wife of Gov. Atkinson, for forgery,
hns been quashed, and the case dis
missed by Judge Bizzard. on the
grounds that the Indictment failed to
allege guilty Intent, further that the
dismissal of J. P. Owens, principal,
would necessarily acquit Mrs. Atkin
son, who was only charged as accesso
ry. This Is believed to be the end of
the prosecution of Mrs. Atkinson.
You know Ellis Restau
rant is best.
CUT THIS OUT
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for which you will find •nctotod • c#nts
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matififi. ftddrrtwi L. H- Edmund#. Mc
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CREAM—GitRAM AT $4 JACKBO!* *T.
FOR BALE —ONE FIRST CLAPS
motor. Good aa new. W 0 voltage.
Speed 2504. Type W. M No. 81. Ad
dress Motor, care Herald.
FOR BALE-HORSE AND RT'OGY.
I will sell cheap. Buggy good a* new
and horse In splendid order. Addresa
Horae, care Herald. * u * - 5
FOR RENT—THAT LARGE AND DE
81RABLE store No. 744 Broad street.
Under Masonic hall. Apply to W. C.
Jones. 705 Broad street. Sept 1
FOR RENT—7-ROOM DWELLING
HOUSE 1257 Greeme, with modern
imi>rovem«nt*. Kent reasonable. Apply
1256 Ellis. Septl
TO RENT—RESIDENCE 1224 AND 1231
Ellis, with all modern conveniences.
Apply 102$ Broad street. Sept 1
FOR RENT—ONE OR TWO LARGE
i cool rooms furnished. Most central lo
cation in the city. J. E. Deas, 9iß 1-3
I Broad street.
FOR RENT—SEVERAL NICE COM
j FORTABLE dwellings, with all the
modern Improvements on Greene and
Telfair street. Apply J. H. Prontaut.
626 Broad street. Sept 9.
ITO RENT—THE - ELEGANT THREE
story store in the d'Antlgnac build
ing running through from Broad to El
lis Now occupied by L. F.Padgett. In
quire of H. H. d'Antlgnac or Z. W.
Curwlle. Sept 1
FOR RENT—STORE AND FIXTURES
corner Calhoun and Cummins streets.
Good stand. Apply on premises.
FOR RENT—7-ROOM DWELLING
house. 1257 Greene street. With mod
ern improvements. Rent $25 per month.
Apply 1256 Ellis.
Sept 9 Mon wed Sat
FOR'SALE-STOCK OF MILLINERY
and notions for sale cheap in good
condition and good stand, and good
reason for selling. Apply at once Box
100. Beaufort, S. C. Aug 30
LOST AND FOUND
LOST —FOX TERRIER PUP. MARKS,
black and tan on he->d and tail. Par
ty returning to 613 Telfair, street will
be rewarded. Sept Ist
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PRFSZNTED WITH cOEORiT
Col Unfltf Doesn't Know W ho* MU
he l)o«c W ith tlto Mon
Griffin. Go.. Aug 24. iHiris* tho •
j greater part of M< a.'»y tt>«< were no
| sentin»4* cm tnty ai Camp North**.
Only ihe prisoner* wee* guarded by a
small squad. Thin wo* the toMilt o t
on order requiring the property of ev
ery n on to be iaapected and checked
j before going into the band* of the
regimental quartermaster. Some talk
war heard regarding the moving of
regim«u to Cuba at an early date.
CM. Candler hen reported to the adju
tant general at Washington, but no
I order* have yet been received, and ha
doe* not knr.w what will be done with
hi* regiment. Thev are ready and
willing to go anywhere to the world
the authorities sen fit to send them.
Thle afternoon a committee of young
ladies came down from At lan' a and In
behalf of the Yeung Ladle*’ Relief as
sociation of that city presented the
regiment with a handsome flag. The
young tadles were met at the depot by
Col. Candler's staff and escorted to the
post, where all arrangement* for the
presentation had been made. Every
man in the regiment was at his post
of duty and a larger body of men was
never before seen on the grounds.
Miss Jennie English, one of Atlanta*
fairest daughters 1n a most graceful
and becoming manner, presented the
flag At Col. Candler’s request. Ma
jor Spence, who had fought and bled
for the colora. received them in a ,
meat api ropriale way. His words of
thanks showed his love for duty to
his country. His tribute to the noble
association presenting them with the
handsome flag was a Just one. The
ladies of Atlanta are to present the
regiment with another large and
handsome flag in a few days.
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 cpnls. Lewi*
J. Schaul. Reliable Pawnbroker.
The News at Gainesville.
Gainesville, Ga„ Aug. 24. The
sheriff of Rabun ccunty came to
Gainesville to get Ed McLain, who
has been in jail here for two months.
Rabun superior court Is in session at
Clayton, and this murder case will he
among the first tried. There is a full
docket. . ,
Habersham county, just adjoining
Hall, has finished a new court house.
Court convenes in it at Clarksvihe
tno weeks hence.
Farmers in Hall and surrounding
counties report bright prespects for
crops, especially cotton and corn. _
THE VERY MAN.
Hanna is the very man to hog
the whole thing;” therefore the impe
rialists ought to insist on having him
appointed to the head of the peace |
commission. _ t .. . r , i