SEASON » OPENING
NO WAR PRICES
Lad***’ B*lvar CHatta*#!" Watches • • • • *5*99
•• " Hair Brush • • . • • ‘-“V
m m •• Comb . • . • • *5“
** ** larva Link Bracelet • • • *' J
Balance of Girdles • I OO each.
I leave in a few days to buy new fall lino, lean
save you 25 to 50 per cent on ail purchases. Largest
stock of Diamonds In Augusta
LEWIS J. SCHAUL, jeweler-
Under the Arlington Hotel-
JUST AS EASY
TO PURCHASE A
PIANOK OK OKQAN
»• |t U to buy a bolt of cloth tb»l way.
Our IV, nt, bowsvsr, is absolutely u<ku»
Order in? From a House You Know
To Be Reliable.
By buy Inc from u* you srs guaranteed
by JO yesrs of rqpuinol* bum dm* <l»ulinii
wblrb wa srr not vet ready to (aerifies.
Don't be MtieluMl with lbs ordinary
thump-box, but order where Iba
Qualities are Unquestionably the
Best, the Terms the Most Liberal
and The Assortment The Largest
Tbua securing the blghast value for Tour
tnvrstmem and tba greatest pleasuro in
your home. Mail order* raoaiva onr por
jcual attention. Handsomely llluatraled
catalog ur* ftee.
Thomas & Barton,
W. H. BARRETT, Receiver,
no Broadway, Augusta, Ga.
Blind Tigers In Georgia.
Covington Star: The ttger must
Greensboro Herald Journal: The
saddest feature of the "blind tiger"
business is that our town authorities
are powerless to punish them, should
they be detected. The criminals who
violate the law can do so even on Sun
day, in defiance of the city officers.
Wayeross: Deputy Marshal John P.
Cason arrested two negro moonshiners
Thursday at Uplonville. !u Charlton
county. The still and some whiskey
were captured. The prisoners, Henry
Williams and William Garrett, were
given a hearing before United States
Commissioner L. G. Spottswood in this
place, and Committed to jail at Savan
nah. The evidence against the prison
ers appears to be strong.
OF SILVER BLOCK SHOE STORE.
UNDER MANAGEMENT OF ISADORE 81LVER, BILVER BLOCK
Everyone is interested in pureha*4ne th* ttaet at the Lowest- baturtisv writ
wdne«e * dtso'ey of the m<wi **' end choice •toes of custom made S»>ae«
ever offered In Au«u»i * I very pair specialty made for us
E aperton** Alt purchases for rash, saving large discount a no **n» »'*
nav or other downdown enewmous espenses to bew has enabled the biLVi ft
BLOCK BHOi liOnE to offer a line of Custom Mntto hi«»«» of !>'• t-«i*»t
Styles, warranted to wear, at prices m»ver before offered to the public of Au
gusta Interest never sleep#. It WPffcf* increeies cost, makes the necesserw*
of Mfe deer, when the body ts tired and tne bra nis eraary. Thts *• heva re
coanirad. and by purchasme for sped cash wa can meka ihe pc<es towac.
jL hgviag our Bhoaa mad# for us by tha beat shoemaksrs in the country,
we can sail you Snoas under guarantee. *- nrnm ..j mock before pur-
To make you our customer ere have spared no esoenee. Come end inspect our
chasing. Wa charge rndhing for this. If our statements are not truayou have wsrst o #•* “
u(ui have gemed fifty per cent In yotlf ptlfchiist' _ ~ , . _ ~mui furtKar
w» (Lsraniss * vary articia purchase*! from us. Money refunded >n every Instance r*
examination tha good# ere not found satisfactory to the cu*tom*>i> Our on y deefre a to please our p
'—GIVEN AWAY FREE —
On Frxfav 20th. Saturday. 27th, and balance of next week, we will give aid ay to every rovff>msr
the mo*t chops' and costly Imported Carlsbad Souvenir# of the most exquisite designs ever given by y
hOU *MATS--We*ere Agent* for the celebrated Howard Hat*, the best made Kata In America
lie Is Dfiermiwd (o Try t« Sell*
What Ha Would Do If Me War* In
Power In bpain.
Bpocial to The Hetold. ....
London. Aug ». Lord Asbburo
bant, lb* r«preovntattv* of Don Car
lon in England aatd today. th* : whll*
the pi «endvr had daiermtoed to **-
eura th# throne of Spain, that a would
probably not be much of a ciatl
"My own Idea I*, there will be no
real war. but perhaps a little* fighting
here and there The Spanish soldier
is quite ready to light hla own coun
trymen, but he roust be!levs that he la
fighting for Spain at the present mo
ment. I think It would be difficult to
persuade him of this if he was called
upon t« march against the Carlis a.
Don Carina Is the rightful belr to the
throne, and iielleves hlmaelf catled by
the wishes. If not of the actual majori
ty. at any raia by all of the bast and
moil honorable portion of the Spanish
Asked what kind of government the
Pretender planned In the event of sne
ers*. Lord Ashburnhara replied: "In
stead of the cortea being the sovereign
parliament, ft would only have abso
lute powers as regards money, The
king would depend entirely upon the
cortea for that supply. He could not
change the fundamental laws of (he
kingdom without ihelr eonsenl, but the
execution of the laws would be In the
hands of the king, who would govern
aa well n* reign."
A Clever Trick.
It certainly looks like It. but the** Is
really no trick about It. Anybody can
try It who has Lame Hack and Weak
Kidney*. Malaria or nervous troubles.
We mean he oan cure himself right
an ay by taking Electric Bitters. This
medicine times up the whole system,
acts as n stimulant to Liver and Kid
neys, is a blood purifier and nerve ton
ic, It curea Constipation. Headache,
Planting Spells, Sleeplessness and Mel
ancholy. It ts purely vegetable, a mild
laxative and restores the system to Its
natural Vigor. Tiy Electric Ritters and
be convinced that they nre a miracle
worker. Every bottle guaranteed, Only
50e a botfle at Howard & Wlllet's drug
The Great Grab Game.
A man may slave,
And a man may save,
His fortunes to advance,
Bus he never get
Very rich you bet.
If he never takes a chance.
Do you eat? Try the
* Suspend Judgment.
Since General Joe Wheeler has spok
en a good word for the Cubans, we
can at least afford to suspend Judg
ment. — Bt. Louis Republic.
Mr. Henry C .Tennent, of Lombard
Supply Company, left yesterday for
; \ Lest H oft fg Tkaeas F. Brail*
re* *MMM TSM H* »>».!< a*
jkp#<-*al l« TV* H»ra!4
I Columbia. *. C-. A** ».
|i* rlntlol 4ay is Mil Cmol'M T*»
murro* yax (Imm *A : * J**— *ljl
ha«r la **fv* |M Is tag *n eM'
WltlMl pan at M • Aw* ( e. e
a oats tik* to H> ah • «ocd to Ik* gwud
people g (h« SsssstS nacnaUU
ditto* t lx tbt isitr«M of Tbowx* r.
Tbr krai qustlox which would xat-
I tiratiy (>f.fit 4UM.IC to fu.f m.nl I*.
' Why should RnsUti k* ml to cox
«r««a?" He sh*xld b* xext to Cox
«r*a# br-la, h* t* thoroughly «*mp*
[lent to look iTim tfcr txuraih at hi*
lioxsUtutralt. Borax,* ix the B*»rxth
. d'.trirt th*r* I* xo max belter poatsAxa
I national laa**s than Beast ley. Her sue*
lof the gallant fight hr made for Wil
liam Jennings Itrjan lx-SS Hecaua*
of hi* admirable pi. (form Because of
hia moral worth aad rouaervstivs
A* regard* Mr Ilrsntiey’s platform.
Hr la xot a pt , tect inn Ist by any mean*,
but hr believe* with thr Chiragi plat
form that tariff dull*, should hear
equally upon every Mellon of tbr union
nod aa nrar equally ta poaalbir upon
alt clanae. and eoodlGona of men. He
believer that we of thr South are n»
much entitled to a tariff or a bounty on
our raw rotten aa the manufacturers
who weave It Into cloth. Hr believer
that thr mail who dig* Iron la aa much
entitled to a tariff on that raw Iron a.
tbr man who rrflnra It Into ateel. Hr
flora not believe In free raw material
for the South and a protected manu
factured article for the North. Thl* la
thr rlas* legislation which ha* enrich
ed the North and Impoverish*<l the
Everybody known Mr. Brantley's
view* on the financial question. You
know what a fight he made In West
Virginia for the free coinage of silver
and gold at the ration of Id to 1. You
also know that In making that fight
he sacrificed a lucrative government
position. Had he not made that fight
he would now have this same position,
but he could not sacrifice his honest
convictions, even though by so doing
he would gain financially, A man who
sacrifices money, position. Influence lh
order to stand by his party deserve
your support. Voters of the Seventh,
are you not due Brantley something:?
Does he not deserve your votes? Go to
Ihe polls tomorrow and show him that
you appreciate what he has done for
the Democratic party.
I am informed that b few days since,
Dr. Stokes. Mr. Brantley’s opponent,
sent out circular letters all over the
district urging his friends to stand by
him, stating that he was interested In
the anti-gambling bill, and that Mr.
Brantley was opposed to It. When Dr.
Stokes wrote and sent out this letter
he told what was deliberately untrue,
and he knew It when he wrote it, for
he knows that on every stnmp Mr.
Brantley declared he was as much op
posed to gambling In futures, in cot
ton, in wheat, sugar, rallorad stocks,
etc., as Dr. Stokes Is. The principal
thing Mr. Brantley Is opposed to Is
having Dr. Stokes going around de
ceiving the people of the Seventh dis
trict by saying that if such a bill could
be passed It would stop gambling. Last
year when Senator was mak
ing the race for the Senate and advo
cating a tariff on cotton so as to pro#
teot the cotton of the South, and Mr
Brantley was supporting him as they
held views In common upon this ques
tion, Dr. Stokes opposed this Idea,
fighting bitterly against it and holding
that the tariff would not benefit ns ,for
the price of cotton was fixed In LiVcr
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t #%4 tr ’t lfrcm IBB* fto t-•* ■ treef'leKß
lis i* , | \ m # v |k jm v & e'SksaL.
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I korll bb4 Ito prt## I* ttof» ftm#4 By
Jlto ffMcvtooriL «to to bb to bb
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ftp ntirot'tff to tto
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t|o«p of tto oar 14. Dr fttokrp tot p4*
j mtttf 4 ob tto Btßmp ttot It* tliip Mr,
I Ytr#Btl#? op# rlplif Tto#* nr» tto ptatß
jftoti b«4 till* if Mr Ur*rft#jr'B po#t
|rot#4 to Dr Stoll##* rtrrulßr l#a#r p#bi
(Hit ores fhu dlptr rt
| It It # Mt!#r of cr##( wrprio ttot
jDr. fioker phot! 4 (hop try to 4###)%#
fto pro pie p«4 pal Mr BrAfKtlrp In •
Ifßlr# tight go# 1 ! oork #• thlp ran 4o
no nor# this hurt Dr. Stok## hinip#lf.
Thl* Ip for You
1 Tv# tr#Pt#4 buniirruf of the b#p| pro
I in# p##lpp Haiti for 90 yearn #r*>w lus
! urlant n#w aultp of totr. Don# h#r# in
I yuur city, too. Do not rut your hair
or »#t 4Hi#pp# ruin It, for It con to
furrd Come to *#«• m# MHH. SMITH,
&S& Broad street.
WHEAT— f>|*en. If M.
Beptvmt>er *<*» *2*4
December *214 «'4
May *4Vii W»4
September 30 XB4
December .. .. .. •• •• 30 30VL
May 3JH 3!S
September •• I*H 3®'4
-B*'pteml>er •• *■**
December .. ~ *■**
September .. •• •• •• •« *-I®
December •• *•**
October .. .. .. .. .. .. •• S-2*
NEW YORK COTTON.
January .. 5.67 5.65
April >• 6.50
May •• 5.81
October •• 5.67
Noveml>er >• 5.60
December .. 5.63 6.62
Tone —Steady. Middling 664.
January nnd February 3.09 3.09 10
February and March .. 3.10 3.10
March and April 3.10 3.10 11
April and May 3.11 3.11
May and June 3.12 3.12
July and Aug 3 14 3.14 IS
Aug. and Sept 3.13 14 3.13 14
Sept, nnd Oct 3.11 3.11 12
Oct. an.l Nov 3.09 10
Nov. and Dec 3.09 3.09
Dec. and Jan 3.09 03 3.09
Middling In Augusta today 564
Sales In Augusta today 52
Receipts In Augusta today 404
Receipts to date in Augusta .. 377731
Stock on hand In Augusta 3403
1855 1897 1898
Galveston 90S 3367 792
We Orleans .. .. 7X71 7086 927
Mobile 99. 143
Savannah .. .. .. 220 806 1043
Norfolk 6 1 31
Philadelphia .. .. *3
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. (
11 m w r Y m
ON TNE RAIL.
* liilu Bliiari Wnfl Bj • Tills
ts 4 kii*4.
\4 Hat la (MS (Ml X* IX* CxrMtoX
Sxxrtxi 1* Th,
Qt**b*X », C . A«S IS- AxotkOT
' x’aitty oorxmS «# 4k* rxil h»r» jrso
|,, nta, ||* rg(M this tW hatXf At-
Uh« r BitasarS. a whit* naryoator. who**
h'.fX, (M Ml OxilqtoX BtWt. MV th*
1 totr fftiptfi.
Mr yniurf #i« «nrk to fto to*
11i [iii pbttirr Ifßiß mhu-% n»m#p IB*
I * o, *» - M*|y [h [to» lIitTIKKIP
; f,.t£ Aihcritf#- bb4 hi pb toir 9f po
In rttii* hi fpind hi* ißit vtttoit
havtxx ' gamed ...fcsrMHMX-a. Th*
• hor - «»r»v Ut lh* day th* S*c«m*S
1 . ,d t» *n aloog wi*h a x«ra
1 twr of otk*v baxd* rapxirtxg «h* exxx)
Hr ramr to work xt th* oaaxl hour.
| out shortly afterward* ,t br.|( no*bed
that be aaa great). xad*r I b* iafltt
exc* at itqw r. he waa told te laav* ax
i til b* racovc*ed a* men tx kta roxSt
j u ix wrr* xot w*x;*d tx aach work,
(or faxr they would be drowaeS. H*
'herrupox w*xt off to tie dowx la the
I > bade, and X>> more waa **ex of h m
| pxtM b* p ktvi up lx a dying coo
dtuon by the tr«lnix*x. At the time
Mr. Bittaard received his death blow
ha wa* .Itt.ng ox the ead of a eroaxMe
with his fart burled in hie hand*,
prtsumshiy asleep Th* danger sig
ns! was repeatedly sounded, but this
made no iminraaton. Th* engine
swept by nnd cleared hVu. but Just
Umn the man seemed to be aroused by
the sols* of the train, and raising his
head was struck by one of th* steps,
and hurled with terrific force upon the
When h* was picked up his bead was
crushed and several of hia ribs were
The body was brough* to the city
and laid on the platform under the
union shed. A crowd of 200 or more
gathered there to view the ghastly
Life wa* about extinct when Dr.
Knnwlton. who was summoned to at
tend the wounded man. arrived. Cor
oner Green quickly empaneled a jury
and held an lnque*t. with the result
the jury found that death came to his
death by being knocked from tbe track
by the train mentioned above. No
blame Is attached to the road for the
sad accident, as it was shown that tbe
trainmen exercised every precaution
possible under the circumstances to
avert the collision. Tc dead roan was
about fifty years old. He leaves a
orlfc nnd family who have the sympa
thy of all In their bereavement. Mr.
Blizzard, though a heavy drinker, waa
not a turbulent man. but was of a
quiet and peaceable nature. He Is
said to have been a sergeant of police
in Columbia many years ago. He was
an efficient workman.
Troops Passing Through.
A hospital train consisting of seven
teen coaches passed through Columbia
yesterday morning en route to For
tress Monroe from Tampa. There
were abou fifty sick soldiers on board,
seme had typhoid fever, others mala
ria and camp fever. There had been
no deaths slmkt leaving Tampa Satur
he train got in here at 10:30 and left
at 11:30. It stopped for ice, milk and
.water. These things were furnished
by the good ladies of the Wayside
hospital relief corps.
Before purchasing a pistol or gun,
call on me. I can save you money. Lew
is J. Schaul. Pawnbroker on Jackson
street, established 1890.
Why He Won’t Get It.
Young James Garfield is a candidate
for governor of Ohio on the republican
ticket. Mayor McKissoß, however. Is
not supporting him. —Minneapolis Tri
bune. „ ... w
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PHnsA# tnaari ll>* •ovsrtifsn**nt wrttisn
bffttiw Kins* inyoof "WAMT" tolumnt,
for which >eu will find snciowti $ * * csnii
rawwaiw-** wewkxA ww***nS Ihws.
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slew -«».*>**. s*Ht hwshh***-
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| V A* (M.KRK OR
I i | Hs-»f»ai rt arfftm # A liiftx*
j HR. ear* H*r*!4.
I MTI’ATIOM WANTED a* Hot’fß
nißL took, ar b*dh. or washing -
L wA <»*ar w*4l water Add raw, 4 W.,
hats Nlath ****** Avttv*'* “•
I WA.VTVI>—WORK HE ANT KIND Tn
I d . t,y an h mrr* bard • Amg color
ed max N* » Telfair *«r**t. Aug M
WANTED— B<»Y TO ATTEND TO
horaea Apply M» Telfair atra*t.
WANTED—AN OFFK-E ROY: HUNT
writ* good hand, and b* well recom
mended Apply US Jacks*,a street.
F° R SALE
CREAH —CREAM AT 24 JACKSON ffT.
FOR BALE—ONE FIRST CLASS
motor. Good a* new- 500 voltage.
Speed 2509. Type W. M No. U. Ad
dress Motor, car* Herald.
*l2 M’INTOBH STREET h)H BALE
—51,500. Rents for 115 0o per month.
Apply at once. Clarence E. Clark, *2l
Broad. S'P* 1
FOR BALE—TWO MI'LEB. TWO
horses and one lsdy’s esnopy top
huggy and harness. Apply to F. L.
Fuller A Co. Aug 3i
WANTED TO SELL S-ROOM
house and lot In I>»esvllle. S. C. De
sirably located on Main street. Address
W. A. Jolley, Leesvllle. 8. C.
FOR SALE-STOCK OF MILLINERY
and notions for sale cheap In good
condition and good stand, and good
reason for selling. Apply «t once Box
100, Beaufort, 8. C. Aug 30
FOR SALE - LADY’S PHAETON.
very light, original price $l5O. now S6O.
Call early. 549 Broad street. Sent 1
FOR RENT— THAT LARGE AND DE
SIRABLE store No. 744 Broad street.
Under Masonic hell. Apply to W. C.
Jones, 705 Broad street. Sept 1
FOR RENT—7-ROOM DWELLING
HOUSE 1257 Greeme, with modern
improvements. Rent reasonable. Apply
1256 Ellis. Septl
TO RENT-RESIDENCE 1224 AND 1231
Ellis, with all modern conveniences.
Apply 1026 Broad street. Sept 1
FOR RENT—ONE OR TWO LARGE
cool rooms furnished. Most central lo
cation in the city. J. E. Deas, 918 1-2
FOR RENT—SEVERAL NICE COM
FORTABLE dwellings, with aU the
modern Improvements on Greene and
Telfair street. Apply J. H. Prontaut.
626 Broad street. Sept 9.
FOR RENT—STORE AND FIXTURES
corner Calhoun and Cumming streets.
Good stand. Apply on premises.
FOR RENT—7-ROOM DWELLTNG
house, 1257 Greene street. With mod
ern improvements. Rent $25 per month.
Apply 1256 Ellis.
Sept 9 Mon wed Sat
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! rml#f KitrAftr* <m Orator No 111.
j> ran mm, «M| Ini tft »t 4 »ri»#r,i#if>«,
* Alio on fiilit N«. !H. I r *»m*. wlUi
ham Appir to Jao. D. Itahn. M
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(TO HKNT-D«SMIftABTaK BOON* ON
| (Inwif atrrrt Moma or in
• amt*. At*f*ly US Jtdu>»n urttt. AS?
LOST AND FOUND
irriiATRD-rrG pit*, blemish i.m
i owe eye LI he-si reward for his re
| turn to Commercial hotel barber shop.
| Aug »
FOUND—A LARGE POINTER DOG
I with liver spots. Owner c*B get ••ms
1 by apnifjng Herald office and paying
.. xpensea. Aug M
! I.OgT OR STRAYED LAST YfEDNKS-
I PAY—Dun colored cow. with horns,
white spot Is face. Finder will be re
warded by returning to Mrs. W. J.
i Cooney. 1420 llrosd street. Kept 1
1 HOARDERS WANTED AT T» TEL
j PAIR street. Will furnish rooms and
jmeala on reasonable terms. Beptl
[SHORTHAND AND TYPEWRITING
only 16.•> per month st Osborne's
I Buxines, college. Monday, Wednesday
and Friday, at night. Come or call at
once. Great demand for atenographera.
June 17 ts
WANTED-MOTHER AND SON
want two unfurnished rooms, will*
hoard: private family preferred. Ad
dress M. & 8., rare Herald. A 29
prepare for any civil service exami
nation without seeing our Illustrated
catalogue of Information.. Sent free.
Columbian Correspondence College,
Washington. D. C. AugTf
Notice—Bids for Fuel.
THE BOARD OF EDT’CATION So
licits bids for furnishing the Public
Schools of the City of Augusta with the
50 or more tons hard coal.
60 or more tons soft coal. (Kind to ho
30 or more cord* fat Ilghtwood (sawed
and spilt stove length.)
The above to 1* delivered in 1-2 ton
or 1-2 cord lots as needed during the
coming winter. Bids open Sept. Ist.
LAWTON B. EVANS,
Secretary. 415 Mclntosh street.
THE COUPONS OF THE AUGUSTA
Telephone and Electric Company,
maturing September Ist, 1898, will be
paid on presentation at the National
Bank of Augusta on and after Sep
tember Ist. ,
JAMES P. VERDERY, President.
Webbs Lodge, No. 166, F. & A. M.
Augusta. Ga.. Any. 27. I®B.
A CALLED COMMUNICATION
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Hall, on MONDAY NIGHT, »th inst, «t
The F. C. Degree will bo conferred.
Members will take doe notice.
Visiting brethren cordially welcomed.
By order E. S. JIcCREARk, W. M,
C'tias. E. CoffiD, bee,