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r .,. miration TTtirm t&OMttil a [J
1 ('nniilinttm vtateMii i roll!;nn
morUU muk fttt A cr&rnl u*T Bgrtic-i
«f denial nod nt lk» • » tSm* try*!
Alto mudd" thr wmtrr la ot<kw to dr
itt it* r*nd#r» Ut the rmdet tee' I
try* oaar lh*» deadly paniTiv!:
guita Cotwtlttttlon of
ffcn (davaan&h) N>w» will there- 1
M. under*: and that The C'nstH ti
n's report *m correct. an I Th*
iiifrapli't lacormrt So much for
1». • • • The should kneev
i# (Vm*t itutlon wail tnoufh to know
at It aawnr ml»r*preient# (!) a pttli
t speaker and tbai the nrrttrsey of
a report* can always be relied up- j
“If Thn Constitution finds It* bond
n tbit rlae. The Telegraph la not le
pcmsibl* for It.
Laid Stress On It.
“At The Telegraph explained yeslsr-
Jay, It has laid stress on this matter
or two icnsoos: Kira:, because Other
usaapapers represented at the Mil
edgeville meeting attempted to hid?)
301. Candler's position fiom the puli- j
1c- an unfair, not to say vicious Why j
of treating the public. Second, he- j
•auae it was the statement of a vital
Truth vital because the contrary
position would vln’ially have driven
fifty or alxty thousand democrats from
Ihe party in Georgia.
"It was our purpose also, seeing that
The Constitailon suppressed the mos:
important declaration made by 01.
Candler, to force It to one alternative
or the other to force It to confost
the truth of our report or to deny It.
"We have succeeded. The Constitution
makes a spc.ific, denial. We present
Col. Allen D. Candler as our witness.
Let the people of Georgia choose be
“The Constitution is lame enough to
cite the ‘advance copy,’ which it says
jOoL CTsndler furnished it. as proof
shal we tvere ‘lncorrect.’ It may be true
“that the declaration we quoted was not
Suspicion . . .
about yonr watch your peace of
mind ia gone.
Every time you look at it it
will worry yon juat like an un
More’s a TKtJS? Y watch—one
which won’t deceive you.
New Ain model, Ofen face or
hunting—solid 14 karat Gold
The be-t ever put Into a
We have them Cheaper.
We have them more Expensive.
mould gsrs’vs and mislead tbs public
by wttbb* Id's* and aamling tbs new.
guilty of tbs chat a* Its baifs la not
that b* Is getting tired of being so
We can dispel ait doubt on ibta
the above editorial of The News and
after i«ad.ng It be as id. »lib bis usual
emphasis, and dlrertnrs* that Tbe M»-
roo Telegraph’* report was corree*.
Sa d he' "I have declared In eveny
speech I bate made In the state during
the present year that free coinage of
•liver Is not a cardinal doctrine of the
W'r think this set ties It.
National League Results In Five Cities
Sunday games on the national league
diamond# resulted as follows:
At Cincinnati—Kit at Game—
n. h. b
Cincinnati .... 61042000 *—• l* i
Pittsburg 01 000003 o—4 7 4
Batteries —Breltenstln and Pell* ;
Hines and Schrlver.
Cincinnati 1020 03 n o—a * 1
Pittsburg 1001 00 1 3-g 3 2
Batteries—Dwyer and Piets; Hast
ings and Schrlver.
At St. Louis—
.fit. U ills .... 0 0 (SO 020 00— 2 7 5
Baltimore .... 1102 50 1 0 3—13 13 0
Battue*--Gannon and Kinslow; Kit-
Son end Clarke.
Second Game —
St. Louis 00000200 o—2 f 2
Baltimore 10050000 o—o 15 2
Batteries —Carrey and Kinslow; Kit
son and Clarke.
Chicago 1012 02 3 3*—l2 11 3
New York ...0024 0 100 0— 7 11 7
Batteries—Callahan and Donohue;
Doheny and Grady.
Louisville 01101020 *—s 12 2
Washington ..00000012 o—30 —3 8 3
Batteries— Dowling and Kltridge:
Weyhing and Farrell.
At Rochester, N. Y.—
Brooklyn 02020021 o—7 10 2
Cleveland 0100 10 0 0 3—5 » 5
Battr ri r *s —Dunn and Grim; Powell
Pittsburg 0; Boston 1.
Chicago 10: New York 3.
L* rhrvftl'' 4: Washington 3.
cinrdteantl 3; Philadelphia 2.
St. LOuf* 2: Baltimore 6.
Cleveland 6; Brooklyn 2.
Remember the train leaves
for Atlanta at 7:00 A. M.
Sept. sth—Two days in
Atlanta—all daylight, at
51.95, by Tuggle & Hol
The muddy water in Augusta is dep
recated on all sides. There is not the
kicking that would come were it not
for the knowledge that when the new
waterworks were up such a thing as
muddy water will be of the past.
MU TABLE GOSSIP >
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— ——» . ik- lag| is Aift In An AT*
I a man *e * \ «*•* '*•* •*
with a woman, but H a Ixsaim*
. it to him.
I Th#rr hm# Ma much Ald#wAlk Im
provement In Auauhla. Thert 1a room
Kin# tiro## out of ten the mtn who
i#»t in tui th# ground floor of A
| Don’t put faith'll th. rc|v>rt» ym.
!hcr Th, worst of th,m arc generally
I the moat devoid of truth.
I There are few Augusta people away
;at tbe summer reaurt*. All hand* afe
! getting ready for fall bualneaa.
The discussion In Atlanta on city ow
nership of public ulilliles I* attracting
L K ,„,d deal of attention In Augusta.
The business on the railroads Is pick
ing up. and this Is a sure sign that Che
' season of commeiTlal activity la ut
! The widower who mourns the loss of
j hi# flrst wlfa sometimes ha# the period
|of hi# mourning eatended by taking a
The newsboys are anxiously awaiting
for definite news of "Shine." A report
that he had sent a message home seems
to be Ineorrect.
MeKlnley will have to answer well
for the deaths In the t'nlted States
camps before he can get the vote of
one Southern city.
There Is a laelt of interest In Augus
ta of late In baseball. The standing of
the big league rluhs now does not seem
to concern many people.
Mr. Bohan says he has already plan
ned his New South End hot"! and that
It will be as near perfection as possi
ble in puint of convenience.
The school children are now getting
In readine.a for the next term. Teach
ers who have been o|T on their vaca
tions are returning to the city.
There Is enough talk about a new
depot to Insure one. There Is oblig'd
to be a new strueturr soon. The one
now in use cannot last much longer.
No opposition to any of the county
offleera has developed. There was talk
of some during and Just after the may
oralty campaign, but It does not seem
to have amounted to much.
The question Is. If the tenth regiment
is mustered out, will it be mustered
out at this point? It is presumed that
the different eompanics will be trans
ported to the cities at which they gath
There are negroes who want to know
in which ward the highest price fi r
votes Is going to be paid this fall. They
are getting ready to become citizens of
the ward in which they expect to see
Should the Georgia railroad commis
sioners ever visit Augusta, it would be
well for some interests that they i e
taken from the train on the suburbs
and vehicled into the city—and carried
out in the same way.
TJ9IS3 ATJGUBTA IIISHALD.
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W. W. GORDON
|T* Porto Kiran fa«»li»l«prr Gvl
tlB« Ktatfy ta Sail.
Tbe Colonel Mad Become FWk At*
ta. bed tv Hie Hr l gad#
Washington Attg ta.--Cal. W. W
Gordon, of Georgia, of the Furto Kb
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I c;#o. Gordcs arrU.d In B«vibd»)i
HAturd«> sofilif And during Ibt *iy
| rtcrlYtd III# ronnni'sAsGos* of siny
! friend#. bt»«rn#M matt#r»
I wi f# awalllns tils roo#ldrn(kif). but
tb« lnlerrupUon# w#r# frequi*nt
(broughuut the day. lie receive.) com*
i plimenta not only on tbe honors that
have be n vialtcd upon him. but upon
|h>* excellmt physical rotuMUon. Borne
* what browned by the exposure to the
I sun. be t* lohlng vigorous and full of
vim. It la evident that the cot-of
tVir life Incident to the dullea of a aol-
I dler have well agreed with him.
Kxactly what hit duties as a com
missioner are to be he could not say.
At Washington he will doubtless re.
iftdve full Information. All that baa
rome to him has been the notification
rs hi* appointment and order* to report
at th*'capltal tomorrow. He doea not
apprehend that the dutiea will keep
him tong In the Island, probably not
over a fornight. Aa soon as they are
finished be hope* to return to his com
mand. He ha* not been advised that
the brigade will be held with a regular
commander until his return, but Is
hopeful aa the Interval will tie so brief
that there will be no change in hi* con
nection with It. the senior colonel be
ing permitted tp act during his absence.
*‘l have become much attached to the
men of the brlgaile,” said Gen, (Jordon.
“It 1* a command anyone might feel
proud of. The men ore all Southern
ers, from Alabama, Louisans, anti
Texas, fine specimens physically, and
possessing the dash that 1* so Import
ant a factor iti the good soldier. They
are all regretting that the war ceased
before they had opportunity to try
their hand at actual ci mbat with the
enemy. If the chance had been given
them I have no fear but that they
would have distinguished themselves
and made the brigade a nama to be
proud of. It is In them and all that
was needed was the opportunity.”
Lieut. W. W. Gordon, jr., aide, ac
companies his father, and goes cm to
Wash ngton and theme to F’orto Itico
with him. Mrs. Gordon went to Wash
ington n day or two ago, and will also
accompany him to the Island.
Bucklcn’s Arnica Salve.
THE BEST SALVE In the world for
Cuts, Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt
Rheum, Flavor Sores, Tetter, Chapped
Hands, Chilblain*, Corns, and all Bkin
Eruptions and positively cures Pile*,
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.
Miss Christine Fairfax, an American
girl whose voice has been greatly ad
mired in England, has received much
attention from the Duehess of Man
ill ster. A luncheon was given to Miss
Fairfax by the duchess Just before the
prince of Wales suffered the accident to
his knee. He wqs to have been present.
On that occasion Lady Randolph Chur
chill played tht- accompaniment for
Miss Fairfax's songs.
The last chance of the
season to visit Atlanta at
a low rate will be offered
by Tuggle & Hollingsworth
Sept. sth at $ 1.95.
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A Vnwir girl haa #ay#4 thr##
1 0 F«»r(unAt#ty for two
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I of th#m 40# <**l* marry on#.
Bartender—l canT sell you a drlnk
■ you're a minor. Middle-Alley Bill
I Aw, go on; I'm a bootblack—ae*’
This latest war started In with more
bitterness and wound up with more
| gush for tbe defeated toe than any on
I Cavalry Instructor —What muiit you
I always f#ga#n>b#r In mounting a bar#-
j back horse at a gallop? Recruit-—The
The secret of Ambassador Hay’s suc
ees# In England seem* to have lieen hi*
'ability to keep hi* lunguo quiet a part
i of the time.
' When a prlma donna gets a note too
high, she drops her voice. That proba
bly accounts for many of the cracked
j vole## w# hear.
A man never worrle# himself much
Inbout appendicitis until he gets ready
I to have an operation performed. Then
! he make# his Will.
I While John Bull Is friendly enough,
'he St HI eyes the Amerlean rnp with all
I ill* storage batteries well filled with
that yearning feeling.
Mrs. Lynn Linton has rather curious
Ideas In regard to cycling. She d -serlb
jed It as "a queer cross between the
treadmill and the tightrope.”
The missionaries arc already prepar
ing to swoop down on the Philippines.
And yet the Filipinos Insist that they
have more religion than they want.
There are lots of little things that
wise men do not understand, but It Is
generally believed that hens lay eggs
because they cun’t stand them on end.
A great many lessons have been
taught by the war, but the primal one
Is that you cannot tell how- a man will
tight until he gets his hat and coat off.
The only Japanese woman who hears
an English title is the wife of Sir Edwin
Arnold. It is said that she Is extremely
beautiful when dressed in her native
Whatever Americans may think of
territorial expansion, they hall the
present trade expansion with a glad ac
claim. the unanimity of which Is un
Some of “the best citizens” of Smlth
vlile, W. Va., turned and tarred six
objectionable women of the neighbor
hood. It Is presumed the worst citi
zens Of fimithvllle were busy running
the Sunday school.
Mr. Harry Stillwell Edwards will
move back to Macon on the flrst of Oc
tober. Mr. Edwards has been living
at Sparta for the past few years, but he
has decided to go hark to his old home.
He will reside on Bond street.
A Long Island historian rails the at
tentlon of the public to the fact that
Sandy Hook was once Cape Santiago.
Its flrst name was Cape* de Santa Ma
ria, changed In 1536 to Cape Santiago;
then, when the Dutch took possession,
It received its present name.
But g#t them now. Will alto tay that all Straw
Hat a from SI.OO down ar# 25 cants, and alt
Straw Hats from $ 1.00 up ar# 50 cents.
VVm. riulherln’s Sons & Co.,
846 Broad Street.
SKETCH OF FIFE
OF REV. JOHN GASS
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Memorial k«»*k*s M lIM CttiM.ll Of
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Ihr Vfit natt t# Tilt* to >a#t#t a l»c»»t h#f
I who was living 10 that atat#. aad It waa
] iK*t until aft## 01# Mum to ftoalb Car*
j.,nn» that h# brfan hi# *tu4i**« for th#
Imlniatry H# »tu4t#4 01 th# rnivrr#ity
) ««f th# Booth, at fhwstu#. ir4 at
Hrrk#t#r Idvintty 9eoool of Mkl4l#ton.
Ml# Brat worh tn holy r»nd#r# •«
Loss at ftt. John*# rhur« h. Wvaaahofn.
j From th#r# h<* was t all#d to the r#r
taratf. of th# Church of th# Aton#m#nt
I In Augusta.
From here he went In Cbnrlegtcm In
I After |»tni to fh.rle.tnn It was hut
[a short lime befor. hla Influenee for
I genet in the community Iregsll 10 he
I 'elt. H* wss • hard sludent. an elo
-1 ~u.nt and strong pulpit orator and a
I deviled pastor,
i People flocked to Graca church to
hear hi. sermon*. Everywhere he want
be mad,- friends and admlrera. It la
questionable If there waa ever another
rector In the city who accomplished
more In the »amr space of lime thdn
he did. Hla Influenee waa not confined
to hi* own church, or even to the de
nomination to which he belonged, hut
extended to all creed* and rlasws In
the city. Everyone In Charleston, a*
well a* In Augusta, knew und admired
Mr. Gass; many loved him devotedly.
After two years thus profitably spent
In Charleston. Mr. Gass, who had many
rails, accepted one that took him to
Christ Church. Little Rock. Ark. In
that city and atat. he repeated the re
markable success which had attended
his ministrations here. Loved and ad
mired hy his congregation and hts fel
low churchmen generally, his fame
spread throughout Arkansas, so that st
the diocesan convention of that state,
held last year, his name was proppsed
fur the assistant hlshoprlr which was
vacant. He received half of the vote*
in th# convention, and a deadlock hav
ing been precipitated, that body ad-
Journed without a selection having been
Before the convention reassembled,
Mr Gass withdrew hla name from Its
considers Mon. though hla friends, am
ong whom were many of the strongest
men in the Arkansas church, were con
fldent of his election.
During June last Mr. Gass accepted
a call to Bt. Luke's church In Atlanta.
HARRIS LITHIA WATER
Frogs, Snakes, Fish, Hogs,
Dogs, Cows, filth from any
thing that can be backed
off into the river— and this
is what you get when you
drink River and Branch
Waters. Now is the time
Five gallons for SI.OO
Lithia Gingerale 7?c dozen
Lithia Brew 7?c dozen
Lithia Carbonated Water 7?e
Mondays, Wednesdays and
Saturdays 5c per bottle on ice
In « month from now
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•Uktttwe Prim. nf tka R.WS* Ar- ret. ar
thirty-second dea it* Mason, sttd at
tke tints nf his deatk was an a. tint
member Ik Iks Ldr> R<sts Croix -tap.
’to. Cow sell and (\ssatatary as Lttttk
At Iks t'tiunk nf Ut. tioaesMgl. thn
’ rmet «tiurr% of |h- Key. John ttaan,
,me*rtd»*al axrftiatd *er, eonduetad las-
I icrday hy Rea. Jakn Pnftrt.
The seratess wars most impi i «Ms%
I and § large nanthar attended.
Do you eat? Try th*
VoiiriD r A F.AOEAf hT~
One much pt leva mends all a heart a
i Home men marry maids and some are
married hy widows.
When It comes tn manual labor thn
average man la an Immune.
The msn who look, upon thn win#
when It la red may tael blue latar.
A woman changes Iter mind so often
that It keeps her busy speaking IL
Be sure you're right, then go ahead,
regardless or the road others take.
Lots of people are too ronsclentlimg
to lie and yet manage to suppress thn
Life may he a grand sweat song, hut
one can't get much harmony out of
It in "A flat.”
Hel-pralae Is like a rhurch steeple, thg
higher It goes the narromwer It he
There Is nothing new under the sun—
except Spain'* Introduction of barbed
wire ns a munition of war.
The woman who Is continually lectur
ing her husband either thinks he Is n
fool, or else she has forgotten that a
word to the wise Is sufficient.—Chica
j Nn th, A Kind You Him Alwayg Bought
HARRIS LITHIA WATER