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remedies travelers ran carry and could
relate many instances where I havo
ua«**i tha remedy on sreptlrs. much to |
their surprise and relief. I bop#* every
traveling man In tha V. 8. will carry
a bottle of this remedy in his grip.**
For sale by Alexand Drug A Heed Co.,
C. H I*i»rr. of Bell Tower Drug Store.
RACE TROL'BI ES IN ILLINOIS.
Negro** Advl»e Their Friends to Keep
Psna. Ills., Aug. 25. Contrary to
predictions, no law lessors is being re
sort d to by the striking white miners,
•itbougb (bey have been reinforced by
the arrival of numbers of union miners
from over the state. The officer* of
the miners’ organisations express the
opinion that the remaining blacks,
eorae fifty in all. will leave the city In
a f»w days. Mine Operator Penwell
stated trday it was the Intention of the
local operators association to have
shipped in 150 more negroes from Ala
bama as aoon as possible. Bixty-flve
negroes who left the Springside mine
camp yesterday have notified tbelr
friends in Birmingham. Woodward and ]
Bessemer, Ala., of theeondltlons exist- |
ing here and advising them to have
nothing to do with the propositions to
come to Pnna,
BEAT BTHE KLONDIKE.
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 hemorrahges; and was absolutely
rured by Dr. King's New Discovery]
for Consumption. Coughs anrl Colds.
He declares that gold Is of little value
In comparison with this marvelous cure 1
—would have it, even if it cost a hun
dred dollars a bottie. Asthma, Bronchi-,
tis and oil throat and lung affections
are positively cured by Dr. King's
New Discovery for Consumption. Trial
bottles 10 cents at Howard & Willet's
drug store. Regular size 50 cents and
|l. Guaranteed to cure or price refun
CAPT. - CARTER IN SUSPENSE.
Alger Still Has the Findings in the
Case in Hand
Washington, Aug. 25. Secretary
Alger has stowed away in his safe at.
the war department the record and
findings in the courtmartial case of
Capt. Oberlin M. Carter, corps of engi
neers. They have been there since the
war began. Now that the war is
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A CALL FOR ROOSEVPLT.
Ihe I test Formal Vmdortmmmi Ma*
N«w Turk Attg 24. The demand
for the B-mtoatwa of Cot. The.ek.re
Koooevelt ae the repuhluan candidate
for governor wht h has manifested lj
••If so Mrongl, wks« both «be peopl*
i and the politic last in the last few
I w<eks i* beg.nning to find offlchU and
'f tmal cipresewn. The republican as-
Mvlatka of the 12th assembly di*»r.ct
has the distinction of being the tind
I regular organisation to put Ua r ®'
j dorx-ment of 001. Roomveit * n«»tnl
, nk iion In the form of a set of resolu
tions. a* fat lows;
Whetean. the people of the state of
New York feel justly proud of the ser
, vlcee rendered \*y her sons In the tsar
i just happily brought to a close, and
■re thankful to the many heroes who
were ready to offer their litres to the
cause of liberty; and.
Whereas, one of her sons, Theodore
: Hoosevoit. has distinguished himself
by bla exceptional valor and fortitude
on the battlefield, has proved himself
to be the ideal American citlxen and
the true type of everything that i* glo
rious in American citizenship, and has
endeared himself in the hearts of his
Whereas, it is a fitting tribute to his
courage and valor that the people of
the empire state show their apprecia
tion and recognition of the services
| rendered by that siurdy rough rider
| by tendering him the nomination for
I governor of the state of New York, the
highest position within the gift of the
, people of the empire state; and.
Whereas, 1t is the sense of the re
! publican organization of the 12th as
| sembly district that he receive such
nomination; therefore be It
Resolved, That the members of the
12th assembly district republican or
ganization heartily recommend and
(endorse the nomination of the Hon.
Theodore Roosevelt for governor of
) the state of New York.
nARRIAOE IN TENNILLE.
Well Known Minister to Marry a
Lovely Young Lady.
Tennille, Ga, Aug. 25.—The protract
ed meeting at the Christian church Is
still In progress. Services are being
conducted by Dr. It. G. Thomas of
Atlanta, the pastor being elsewhere en
Invitations have been issued by Dr.
land Mis. T. J. Berk of Tennille to the
marriase of their daughter. Miss Ma
mie Louise, to Rev. Aquilla Chamlee of
Sandersvllle. The ceremony will be
solemnized at the Baptist church on
Sept. 6. Mr. Chamlee is now pastor of
the Baptist church in Sandersvllle.
Ml»s Beck Is the charming daughter o?
the pastor of the Tennille Baptist
RELIEF IN SIX HOURS.
Distressing Kidney and Bladder Dis
ease relieved in six hours by "New
Great South American Kidney Cure.”
It is a great surprise on account of its
exceeding promptness In relieving pain
in bladder, kidneys and back. In male
cr female. Relieves retention of water
almost immediately. If you want r;u:. ;
relief and cure, this Is the remedy. Sold
by L. A. Gardetle, druggist, Augusta,
Ga., 612 Broad street.
One Cuban in the commissary de
partment is worth two in battle.
the AUGUSTA HEHALD
HA* AN* t UTAH-* WMJ«
9k* INmk *4 Iksfsuw * P %p Iks
•»U and bring «kr!f pries TP*» •*•*
f> „i fswr tP* r><tspftl , tss nt Havana w
(ljsvnnn 4«w* »at mn» In fees.
In Iks spec c lath ms «tife Ibis yvsr'n
i,ijiii MreoVts its coming la frost fpe
body will Aid Mm or If cs tbs wrong
stds of tbs lodges In paying such ge o
Tbsgs pries* sre nnd-xfbtrdly paid nw
■ter the impression that (be figure*
whtek the Ikbt hr mot Irgf jumped Ip
this year wltl hold out. Hut th cm
ditto until bs rhangrd malsrlsll* wb>n
tbg utl imp roans Into the market
Seventy-Her cents and one dollar a
pound were paid this year for the
bread leaf hrrauae no Havana wrapper
leaf was hi be had at any prtre. and
some clear Havana manufacturer*
preferred It aa a substitute to any oth
er leaf Hut with pears reestablished,
clear Havana manufacturer* will no
longer be tn such dilemma. Hence
(her* are no prospects for such exeep
! lions) prices for the broad leaf next
year as prevailed this year during our
war with Spain.
Bin kirn' s Araks halva.
TIIR BEST SALVE la the world fnr
| Guta, Hmtsea. Sores, (’leers. Salt
Itheiun. Fever Sores, Tetter, Ghappfd
Hands, chilblain*. Corns, and all Skin
Eruptions and positively cures IHU".
or no pay required It la guaranteed to
.give perfect satisfaction or money're
[funded. Prtre *5 cents per boa. I*oll
SALE BY HOWARD * WILLET.
DIED IN THE DEPOT.
A Sad Occurrence In the Central City
Macon, Ga., Aug. B,—A very sad
death occurred at the tTnlon depot just
after the Central train from Atlanta
Miss Minnie Franklin of Carroll
county was helnc taken to the lunatic
asylum at MllledgevlUe by her father,
but cai her arrival here she died. The
I young woman was violent while in At
lanta, and her father gave her a dose
of morphine to quiet her.
Just before the train left Atlanta she
became terribly sick and It was thought
that she would die before the train
reached Macon. She was suffering ter
ribly when the train reached here, and
when# taken to the waiting room she
Her father was grief-stricken and
seemed at a loss what to do.
The county commissioners furnish 'd
transportation for the body to be car
ried back to Carroll county.
Dr. J I. Terry, of Trimble, Tenn , In
speaking of Chamberlain's Colic, Chol
era and Diarrhoea Remedy, says: "It
has almost become a necessity In this
vicinity.” This Is thP best remedy In
the world for colic, cholera morbus,
dysentery and diarrhoea, and Is rec
ognized as a necessity wherever Its
great worth and merit become known.
No other remedy is so prompt or effec
tual, or so pleasant to take. Sold by
Alexander Drug and Seed Co., C. R.
pair of Bell Tower Drug Store.
Licking Down “Hawaii.”
San Francisco, Cal., Aug. 25. The
steamship Moana arrived today from
Australian ports via Honolulu. The
congressional members of the commit
tee to report on a form of government
for the territory of Hawaii arrived at
Honolulu August 17. The commission
perfected permanent organization and
will this week visit the island of Ha
waii. They will be on the big island
six or seven days. The committee la
ter will make trips to-Maul and Kauai.
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
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• Beautifies it as by Magic.
THE DISCOVERY 1 AGE
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Tor Sale In Augusta By James Daly & Co.
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GOLD MEDAL— Fancy Patent.
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ABSOLUTELY PURE WINTER WHEAT FLOUR.
I fully realize the supreme disgust of consumers
for Flour, adulterated with Corn Flour, Corn Starch,
and other Foreign matter. On and after this Date,
August 10th, 1898. I offer the Wholesale trade the
above Brands Flour Guaranteed Absolutely Pure
Winter Wheat, Goods of the Highest type.
Ask for prices Flour, Meal, Grits, Bran and sh ip
stuff delivered your station.
J. M. BERRY, THE MERCHANT MILLER
tsif Georgts and Carolina Paper* Report E.timate on Above Space per month.
CHARGES AGAINST REISSER.
Effingham’s County School Commis
sioner in Trouble.
Guyton, Ga., Aug. 25. County
School Commissioner D. E. Reisser has
been summoned before the board of
education under serious charges. It
is alleged that the commissioner has
been guilty of gross immorality, and,
the names of the female teachers are
There are several charges against him
and an investigation has begun which
will In ail probability create a sensa
D. H. Clark represents the board and
Glgnilliat & Stubbs the defendant. At
least a dozen Witnesses have been sub
poenaed. Afjt.r the examination of
one witness investigation was
postponed in order to secure a stenog
rapher. , .. ! ■
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The Dove Came Back.
Where Dewey’s might was thundered
Unto Manila’s doom.
Where brave Cervera sped away *
To give our Schley more room,
Where Teddy tore the trocha down
And up the treacherous hill
Led his intrepid millionaires
Along with "Mustang Bill,” ;t
Official quiet reigns supreme, ft '
Wkr’e lurid horrors cease, ;T
And o’er the scattered pieces ,
Cooes the snowy dove of peace.
Before marriage every man has a
theory about managing a wife, but as-
Jer marriage be finds that it’s a condi
tion and not a theory that confronts
The American pigs may not lie quick
to forget tfeat there are others who
have been rooting for Spain.—Kansas
City Star. .i, f y - 1 - ■ ■ ■ ■■ i <
fit H EBALD ' S standard
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CONTAINING MAP® O# |
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Wot Indio®, North Am®rlc®,
Hawaii. South America,
Africa, | China.
Bpain, __ Portugal.
AND HARBOR CHARTS OF
Santiago do Cuba, Mainila,
San Juan. Cardenac and
Matanzas. Santa Clara Bay®
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In fiv« color* on heavy p»ptr, and bound In
an attractive covar. RAND. McNALLY fii
CO., those peerless Mapmakers. prepared
this Atlas especially for THE HERALD and
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WHAT YOU WANT TO KNOW
WHEN YOU WANT TO KNOW IT.
Explanation Harginal Index
The Ingenuity of the device (tc*enr«a apodal explanation, for K k a
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•re a miniature counterpart of Ike world’, physical appeaxaac, asit e»
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of alt the principal divisions, rltlea. snd towns inscribed upon that spm
ci«! map. wh**r# th#jr ar# rl*3iaift#4 alphabetically and arrordln* to th«V
couiaiet < tal imports ace and prommeneo as centre* of population.
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