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Jest aba! tk< rmlornt counsel la Nor
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la not related, bat It la not Mittal
that thr tVeatloa of tha paper* fctr
a m< n'h la indicative at a tmrpoaa to
strengthen tba govern men l‘» <aac.
Boat on Is Now I radio* thr Baseball
League reaoHa of yesterday were:
B H B
Brstoo.. .. . ... 2 8 1
Batteries; Klobcdanz and Bergen.
Young and Crljrcr. Umpire#, Lynch
and Andrews. Tint', 1:27.
*' R H E
Cincinnati '*.. ..* 14 1
Washington .. I WJI
Batteries, Breltensteln and Pelt*;
Kitten end KsrrPli. Umpires, Emalte
and McDonald. Time. 1:45.
R H E.
Louisville .. .. 3 7 0
Baltimore 10 13 l
Batteries, Mage? and
Nops. Mr James end Clarke. Umpires,
Gaffney snd Brown. Time, 2:10.
R H. E
Ritfshurg 2 5 1
New Yrrk ..’ 7 I I
Batteri?«, Seymotif end Warner;
Hastings end Shryver. Umpires. Con
nolly and Hunt.. Time, 1:35.
AT ST. LOU I—S
R. H E
St. Louis 6 13 6
Philadelphia ..10 12 0
Bnttrrfer, Tnvlor nod Klnslow, Plait
rod Murphej - . Umpire, O’Day. Thne,
STANDING OF THE CLUBS.
W. L. P.C.
Boston 71 41 .634
Cincinnati 72 42 .632
Baltimore 68 40 .680
Cleveland 66 45 .595
New York 63 49 .563
Chicago 64 50 .561
Philadelphia. 53 56. .486
PLtshi’rg 56 60 .483
Louisville 46 69 .400
Brooklyn 41 65 .387
Washington 40 71 .360
ISt. Louis 32 84 .276
A handy companion to the news,
these days, Is the new Herald Atlas,
published by Rand, McNally & Co., of
Chicago. It contains sixteen pages of
Iclored maps, among them Cuba and
Havana barber, the West Indies, Spain
and Portugal, the Philippines and Chi
na and North America. This atlas has
’.he best collection of war .naps that
Ve have seen. II would not be con
founded with the small cheap atlases
Bdd at the stores. Can be obtained only
inm The Augusta Herald. Price 30
‘Even though we finally conclude to
dspose of our new Island possessions,
vtp still have the Hobson kiss and the
:The tram work of Dewey and Merritt
4- least will not suffer by comparison
with that of Sampson and Shatter .
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DEATH or Mlf. N. D WHITE.
H« Hissed Away at MB Mows* at #:»®
The death ta annoaired at
Mr. N D. Will*. (tro-,
prletor of th* Murray HIIU distillery
aad of th* Murray Hill saktoa. Broad
This saßounrem ni romes as a aa
int shark U> Mr. M'h.tr'a friends, aad
they ar» l**loa I# this «dty. Tha death
was sodden aad front heart dlarasa
I It occurred at hia home aaar tha dls-
Mr White was a fc*a-locking man
and a grntldnsn Ha raaia tc> Augusta
Itc years ago and has conducted a
profltalde buslnaaa. Hr *w U years »f
age. unmarried tha picture of health
an* wrench. IBa. he roc waa at Mr-
Curdy. N C.. a hare hta rematna will ha
seat tor interment. Hla fathar died
there of heart disaaaa two wraks ago
and Mr. Whlta weal homa to the fu
neral. Ur Wh'te's mother, ona als.er
aad frur brother* survive him. Ona
brother. Mr. Lae WThite. ha* oeen aa
soriated in tha Augusta bus In 'aa of tba
No man ha* made more friends here
In a short spare of time than the da- i
err.sad. He waa big-hearted, honor-!
able, c haritable Hia friends will ga’h
er at the Blau undertaking establish
ment at 9 o’clock to escort the rematna
to the depot.
Smith ft Wesson pistols from $5 to
18.50. Several good bicycles for sale
vary cheap. Oaod watches from )] J 5
to 150 00 at Lewis ]. Sehsul. Reliable
Tawnbroker. under the Arlington.
How They Caused a Stampede Among
Indianapolis. Tnd., Sept. I.—Compa
nies A snd B, colored Infantry, at
Camp Mount, yesterday received or
ders to report to Col. Huggins, of the
eighth colored volunteers at Fort
Thomas. Covington. Ky., and the com
mand will probably reach there by
Wednesday. The companies hre com
manded by Canlaln Jacob M. Porter
and John J. Buckner, both of this city,
but the men were rerrulted at Terre
Haute. Princeton, Evansville, Braxll
and other points. They have been anx
ious for service either In Puerto Rico
This afternoon » number of the color
ed soldiers were given a furlough down
tov.n. and a half a desen or mere drink
to excess and started disturbances In
several Falcons, leaving, however, be
fore the police could be summoned.
Finally, they seized a load of water
melons, and. while they were gorging,
the police cartured three, who were In
Hn ugly mood and showed fight.
A crowd of 200 excited - .'hltes galh
ered. some of whom had been mandat
ed by the soldiers, and there were
shouts of lynching. This quiet, d the sol
diers, and they were moved to the po
lice station, where they were slated for
drunkenness and petit larceny.
Rival Lovers Fight in the Presence of
Woodland, Ind., Sept. 1. —Bert Dnvls
and Jeremiah Powers, prominent young
farmers, both from Waukerusa, are
suitors for the hand of Miss Mabel Pat
ten. Davis had an engagement to take
the girl driving. While he was secur
ing a buggy Powers-appeared and took
the young woman in his own rig. Da
vis returned, and, learning that b ■ had
been outwitted, gave chase, overtaking
the couple south of here- Roth men
sprang from the buggies and a terrible
fight ensued, each drawing a knife. The
gill did not dare to interfere. Davis
sank exhausted in the roadway. His
condition is precarious. Powers’ Inju
ries are not necessarily fatal.
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Hit no the bent h at isc st4tt~» rouvt
this oatstM The judge served out
ju»tt>< in hia usual epic ad td way.
I Ham Jouea
l flam waa dla-'tdmty I* fnuit of a
1 rrrtaln gmtllrmag*a stove last night
j He .wdvrrd away, hut rafuaed lo
gu. nun. ft M.
1 * , No tuna. Just a disturbance " That’s
the »»jr John alat«-«l the raee lie had
abused Hl# wife badly. His wife Is da
rn. Job*. 11.54.
Rich should never have Interfered
with a»other man'* wife. The other
1 man had a few words to say. Rich then
and there violated No. 11. Rich. 13.
Hhe violated No l« laat Bight. T.«lay
the Judge at police court rertulred M*ry
I to i*y 12 S# or spend five day* In Jalt-
W hen the Dueea Vial*#.
j Philadelphia Times.
When the qunn iaal vtalted Aider
shot. her majesty * bed linen. Uhl*
linen, plate and aome favorite chaira
were ns At ovee to the pavilion fio*n
Windsor raslle for her usa The
j queen la one of the most methodical
c f hauafratien and has her favarlie bits
cf furniture, like ihe rest of tie. Some
rin es she will remember all at once
a particular rhair or table and It has
to be found without delay by Ihe store
keeper, who la responsible for that de
partment. and woe tie to him If It la
not Immediately forthcoming in proper
Camp Dyer Not Ho Popular —Camp
I»yer Is not so popular now. There are
not so many vlsltora there. It Is not
easy to reach the place. The officers
sem pleased that the camp Is not avail
WINE OF CARPUI
How A Woman Suffers.
Howbm., Ind., Nov. *6.
I will always praise tVine of
Cardui. It has done me more
good than all the medicines I
have ever taken in my life. Please
send a book about female diseases
to the ladies whose names I en
Mrs. MINNIE STODGHILL.
It isn’t necessary for a woman to give particulars. When
she says she has “female troubles”, other women know what
that means. It means days and nights of endless suffering. It
means headaches which no tongue can describe. If means that
terrible bearing anc dragging down in the lower abdomen. It
means agonizing backache, and shouider ache, and arm ache,
and aches in the lower limbs. It means nerves on edge—the
blues —despondency and loss of hope. It means debilitating
drains that the doctors call leucorrhosa. It means martyrdom
sometimes even death seems preferable. And still Wine of
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Cialdirections. afMres«.*mnKßynip* /
toms. Indus' A&viiOWj Department. I
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wife, to the expectant mother, to those going through the
Change of Use, this Vegetable Wine is a blessing.
Druggists Sell Large Bottles for SI.OO.
WINE OF CARDMI
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of her soldier bey and a rwh stock of
brass ballons that have see* servb*
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pointed Possibly Hi- me* sbo sec Ihe
war through may he atde In brthg h .roe
their hvasa buttons, lest the deterh*
men I s of etch and wounded s*ddlef*
who are codling up In small squads
now are sadly la.Wng In everythin*
but the plain, dirty, greasy clothes
mat they wear, and which masaaWs
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be every-day dress of a Weatetrester
'srmer. and the farmer wtmld *1 least
N* m< Flees let y eteau
A dark blue flann-l shirt, brt.wn Jean
trousers, a ditty shun h hat with holes
ut In the rrnwti for ventllstlou, the
■tame at Ihe wearer and ••Hanllago’’
I rlhted around the hat band, heavy
government shoes that *er» made for
service and to c.wt a* llltle aa possi
ble. make up a typical uniform.
“This ls * regular uniform," says Ihe
soldier who wears It, "and It’s a mighty
good one. too. You had to nut your
name on your hat: If you hadn’t It would
have been stolen I left two uniforms
'ln Cuba. I suppose thme have hern
1 stalln bv this lime. Our guns and rar
! trtdge belt* they dropped ..ver Into the
' barium before the Olivette left Cuba
Anyway, we know where they are. No
, one will get them."
she Was Satisfied.
"Girls are queer things,’’ remarked n
brother meditatively. "My sister and I
took s trip this summer through Can-
I iida. anti no sooner had ere art out than
She decided that her black and white
Shephard's plaid gown was neither
smart nor suitable for traveling. I
thought the frock both pretty and In
coming, but I couldn't make*her think
so. She ssld there Was something the
matter wltjl It. and If you know any
thing about glrlt. you know that that
la the worst they can say about any
thing. She on the frock
without a 'Well, this is the last time
I'll ever travel In a shepherd's plaid
gown.’ But one morning she entered
Cardui will utterly put those
diseases and pains to rout. It
has cured thousands of cases
when nothing else or. earth
would. To the budding
woman, to the bride, to the
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lather, the lord mayor of Lssl*. <m
Mg visit la this .ouatry, Is Ihe eldeat
: of an inl.-restlng family of four glrla,
1w I* are all very prefty, very popular
and snat aerosnpllshed. The second
daughter of th* lord mayor la Mtaa
Flossie I>r vies, a heauty.uho rets in Idea
her mother very rntu *», Thr other tw#
glrla »f the lord rnayor are Miss Violet,
a winsome maiden wtth dark hair, a
line ngure and eye# Ilk* an Oriental
princess and Mlae Malts), who la yet in
*< h"«>t. The lady mayors** la MUI a
young woman, and Is ilevoled to her
.’aughler*. The Ivavteae* have a hean
llful home In Kent, and there am no
young women In th*- neighborhrnol that
are move popular than the daughters of
London'* chief magistral*.
Augusta Girl* at School.
T>c following Is a pat rial Hat of ihe
young Augusts women who will attend
hoarding Bvburds and college# this com
ing year, a list of which will he com
pleted after everyone's plans urv deU
Mias Hat ah Har|*w will be a pupil at
the Houthern Female College at «-ol
Miss Relreceg Curry will attend Con
Miss Ethel Davidson will go to Wash
ington College, near Washington, D.
Miss innle Hrhwelgert will also at
tend Washington College.
Mlf* Kate Jadkaon will go to the Lu
cy Cobb Institute.
Miss Hn rah Lamar will be a pupil at
Mlh* Mattie Lo# Lorbhart will take
a post graduate courae at Lucy Cobb.
Miss Marie Uardelle will attend the
National Park Seminary In Washing
Miss Lizzie J’hlnlzy and Miss Julia
Stdvall will go to a fashionable finish
ing school In New York.
Miss Bessie Wilkins will attend Miss
Brow n's school In New York.
Miss Annie Phinizy will spend the
winter In New York taking private
lessons In special studies.
Miss Annie Branch will return to
Miss Annie Wright and Miss Isabella
Clark will either go to Converse College
ur the Gainesville Female Seminary.
Miss Annabelle Sibley will return to
the Lucy Cobb.
Miss Fannie Webb has returned from
Mrs. Maxwell has returned from the
mountains of North Carolina.
Mrs. Nlsbett Wingfield Is expected
home tonight from Atlanta.
Mr. Leonard Watson of England re
turned to Augusta today from Llver
I Miss Louise King Purcell has return
ed from a visit to friends in New
Mr .Bishop Alexander has returned
from a visit t*.Hot Springs, where his
i wife Is spending the summer.
I Mrs. Emma Meyer and Misses Helen
and Gretehen Meyer left today for a
| three weeks' visit to Nw York.
Mr. and Mrs. Lee Hanklnson and
two children have returned from a
summer’s sojourn at Beech Island.
Miss Bayne, of gandersville, ls the
guest of her brother, Mr. Charles .1.
Bayne, at the home of Mrs. Stovall on
Miss Marie Allen, who has been
spending several weeks at Flat Hoek,
Is now the guest of Mrs. N. A. Teague
It Is evident that Platt is seriously
considering the acceptance of Theodore
Roosevelt as the republican candidate
II does not spoil the fish story to
spare the rod.
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Admigal Sampson ts pfared higher In
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It la noticeable that the German Ad
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