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lot la tit A QBkl and daft*
Ir#» batt # blow at «ft# tHiaatard* at
bom# would. It la btllttH, ihii a tuk *
tu* no tb# war party of Madrid
Th# M#rafd’g a*w Standard War At
las Is a vary *lm#»y pu hi leaf ton, whlrh ;
*r#m* to b# wall planned t« aii#«#r th«*
qutttlotit wftb'h peapk irr asklns
about countrl#a in different part* of
iht world. TV map* ar*- ir luffliiml t
detail to he entirely Intelligible. and th*l
low price ftt whir* th* alia# I* f"V I
Halted, 34 rent,, wlil male iga- r%mr
unpardonable, Iteallaln* the value of I
oueh an attaa Th - Augusta Herald ar* }
ranged with the puhllahera for • ape* a! I
edition. A» thla hew alia# le not f-r i
rale at any of the store*. our reader,!
ahnuld haeten to a«nd for a copy he- I
fur* the edition i* eahauated
A f AITHFU. 000.
Remained Beside a Boy L#d In the
Bhrmidsburg. Kept- •* The #-ypar
old aon of Harold Klemlor). of Eidred
township, was lost In the Focono
mountains for two dayr. The boy ■
only roerpanion was a faithful dog.
The Klelntopa live near the Carbon
eeenty border. The plckora In the
mountains and the parents missed the j
child when the time came to go home.
A searching party, after a two days’
search, found the little fellow with bla
faithful dog. When returaad to b;s
mother, the little wanderer aaid: "I;
sir sped all night, mamma, and doggie
was close to me. I laid on him for a
The man who found the child said
he offered him some food he had with
him. but he then refused to eat it. He
then offered It to the dog and the ani
mal refused to eat It. The child
thin picked up the food and offered It
himself to the dog. which devoured It
Br*r» th* Kind Vou Nava Always ftUigiit
Selma. Ala.— Shedding continue* and
the outlook is less flattering.
WIT. SCHWEIQERT & CO.,
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SAVED MILI.ER’S LIFE.
Had Take* a Large IMmm of t.audesi J»
tA Ith Sukidel Intent.
Istktlr. On. Bept. 9. John MHlef.
a young man 71 year# old. attempted
to commit suicide oar day last tooek
lie had beets on a periodical rpree and
waa Just tapering off By aotne means
he got pooaemton of a bottle and a half
of laudanum and before any hod y was
a rair be swallowed the contents. Dtr.
Harwich was called and after work ng
tor two hours, raauscltatad hint. Mil
ter waa at one time one of the m at
prominent young men In the cotnmu
Hang on to Your Dollar.
The attention of our readers is call
ed to the advertleement of that popu
lar. progressive and wide awake shoe
House, th - Hire A O'Connor Shoe com
pany. that appears on page * of thla
Issue Thla shoe firm Is now offrrtng a
stock of shoes and hats that beats the
record for beauty and low prices. No
question slnut the good, pleasing. No
question shout the gieuls being sstls
f»< rory None can sell rh-sper. Qlve
them s call when needing shoes and
hats, as It means you will get honest
goods, the latest style, and bed-rock
prices. The coming week they will
make sjie- tal prices In school shoes.
flood floods. Well Advertised.
Going the rounds of the press Is sn
Item stating ttys* tbi- Koyat Making
Powder company I* the largest adver
tiser In America. Of course, the busi
ness Itself must be an enormous one to
Justify so great an expenditure In pub
licity. There Is no fallscy mor- damer
ouh than that success can be gained hy
advertising an article of Indifferent
merit. Hut, given an article of the high
est quality Ilk Royal Haklng Powder,
which When the housekeeper has onre
used she finds If she dealrea the best
food she cannot do without, then the
greatest treasure of sueresa Is attained
by keeping it continuously before the
public. Great merit and good advertis
ing ate both essential to make a prod
uct a great success. The Royal Making
Powder possessing the first, Its proprie
tors have wisely used the second, and
the result Is apparent throughout the
land. The Royal company believe that
there Is no medium for advertising like
the newspapers, since in these enlight
ened days everybody reads them.
Before purchasing a pistol or gun,
call on me. I can save you money. Lew
is .1. Schaut. Pawnbroker on Jackson
street, established 1890.
NO ONE NAMED
IN THE THIRD
Qintit if a* OW N
A CAaMMM# •tM 9t AMMNMM* M
atr-wtg It had hae-dm* gww tc r*gwrv
iw,i Armsu ■*« to oak him In vtva.
h# knew th* rcf« rt to he untrue tie 1
Mr FVnuett wld Im( night that
cigt Arawtrcms. In b*Mg aahed M» §•»
to council, waa naked only hy the g*n
tinmen signing the petition and that
no promt ae of nny hind M Non nek -
ed of him Mr B»anett anid neither he
nor the gentleman who had gotten np
the petit lon had nny concern In The
Herald «mr were they th* toote of The.
Herald of anybody tip or Mythtng
THEY DIDN'T WAKE MONEY.
Becauee the Athena ledUa lownd
They Were Onnte.
Them reside on Herring street two
ladies who see passionately food of
honey, sad the other day they had aa
expert, n«-e that prorrd both exciting
and humllaUug. During the afternoon
Dating the afternoon the vicinity waaj
stalled try n tremendoue swarm of long
winged gnats Th* Indie* In qu**»ion
aeon apled them and at oner began
very hurried preparation* to aecnre a
hire of "etirh beetttlful bee*." Both
of them deatly loved honey, aa before
acted, and a e tnaummatlon long look
ed for and devoutly hotted, wae at
lltttnltaner.uely two ladle*. «vllb but
a single thought, for the time tielng.
mode a rush for something with which
to charm the been. On* grabbed a tin
pan and the other iet**d a cow bell,
and for thUy minute* thereafter Her
ring street Inhabitants listened not en
raptured to muaic lnteuded to “charm
the savage bee.”
Meantime the gnats took things
easily and quietly and contplecently
settled In a bunch on the stump of u
departed tree. ‘‘Victory Is ours.’’
shouted one charmer to another, “and
now we will have honey that our own
bees make. They hugged each other
in rapturea of delight and excitedly be
gan a discussion as to how long It
would take to get a carqemter at work
on the be?bive which was In the fu
ture to be the home of the darlings,
The noise made and the perceptible
excitement of the ladles brought a
“harried man" to the eene and he aoon
Investigated thing*. It 1* unnecesaery
to fldd that each lady blamed the oth
er for “being so foolish" when the
harried man convinced them that their
bees were the kind that didn’t make
The Happy Families of Augusta
Arp those who have a care for their
stomach* and their pocket books. Our
state chemist —Mr. Oeo. F. Pavnp—has
stated that the tOo. pound baking pow
ders are made of alum and ammonia.
These two things kill the stomaeh.
Forty years ago, some companies made
and named some Itaklng powders, price
50c. pound, because materials were
high. Materials now' are half that price.
But the 50c. price—which kills your
pocket—still remains. Head this and
then use 25e. baking powder—2sc. a
Bears the Kind YouHavejklvvays Bought
An Englishman has Invented a sys
tem of propulsion for motor ears which
automatically increases aud decreases
the speed and power of the motor, ac
cording to the resistance to he over
come, the motor being propelled by a
liquid brought under pressure by a
variable stroke pump, the short stroke
increasing the pressure for hill climh-
IbS- I .. L,
TH* AUOtJIITA HICBALIS.
HOW TO MUSTER
THE MEH OUT
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in 1.1.1N0 CORN IN BOATS
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Ingenious I'ffsrti ol Nr. Branch to
Save His Corn
Tweed On. Sept *. ~ The Or one.
river at thla point Is a raging torrent,
nod Is atlll rlaln*. Not since the Har
riaon freahri of M baa there been such
a Hood. The « r«#h# and branch*-* are
overflowed, th* awamp loualnda la
cultivkiion are alao all Inundated, and
there la diet res. among the cattle and
hog*. The water fas* got lt> 'he Held
of John Rttnch. jr, nnd tu mvp hi*
corn he ha* employed an extra force
of hands, and while several paddle
boat* along the rows, other* pull the
corn, and throw it in bat teaux. Wag
ons are hauling It out aa fast aa possi
ble. The men pulling the corn stand
In the water In their waists, Mr. Hrn
net K<a has a l«M of corn and cotton
covered In water, and will lose moat
jef his corn.
The witter ha* drowned over a hun
dred pigs find night head of An* heif
er* belonging to Mr. E. Young. Cat
tle and hnga th eprooerty of Mr. David
K. Wilkes and other*, ar" lost. The
water I* now out to the plney wood*,
and by mrrnlng It will be a flood. The
roads are impassible, and tbe bridge
on Ptigb’s creek Is afloat and (ravel
baa been suspended.
Active Campaign In Progress All Over
Atlanta, Oh., Sept. (I.—The campaign
by the democracy Is assuming schedule
shape under the able direction of Chair
man duMlgnun and his campaign com
Saturday the 10th, there will be fur
ther engagement* at Fbagi-rald, led by
Gen. C. A. Evans und at Wadley by
Col. “Bnollygoatar" Ham. Col. Ham
c-ould not fill his appointment fur today
Monday, the 14th,1 (her* will he skir
mishes at Homer and at Ta I Cotton. At
the former place Col. ,Candler, Chair
man dußlgnon, Congressman Living
ston and Tate and Mr. J. B. Conyers
will dlrwt the democratic' boat*.
On the ITith, Thursday, at Amerleus,
Col. Candler will again sp ak.
At McDonough on the 17th. Saturday,
there will lie a great rally anil Cols.
Candler, Bartlett and dußlgnon will
preach sound democratic doctrine.
On the noth, Tuesday, ut Amerleus,
Hon. F. G. dußlgnon will udress Iho
party and at Wrlghtsvllle the same
date Col. Candler will do the same
The next day. the 21st, Col. Candler
and Gen. Evan* will appear together at
October dates are not definitely ap
portioned ns yet. except Alpharetta, the
Ist, Saturday, with Col. dußlgnon, ns
speaker, and 4th, Tuesday, when Col.
Candler will meet otic of the biggest
rallies ever held in UalneavlHto.
Incandesce ritzier-trie lights can be
Inserted In or removed from sockets at
considerable height by a new appliance
consisting of a long pole to which a
metal socket I* Attached, carrying wires
which support a spring clip to enclrcl
the metal batjeVof the globe and hold
it while being screwed into position.
UP FOR COUNCIL
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Oa Ilia I wuith.
Capt M J. M* Anllfv tbaa whom
t h.r. le no utore excel lent young man |
;in Adguats le nominated from the j
lYuirtb Th* very htaAeat thing* arc
belag said of rapt. HrAdlft - aad
justly sold todav.
(‘apt Mr Vullff* I* captain of the’
Irleh VelnvlM* H. and hi* compa
ny volunteered their service* In the
Mpaxtlnfa-Aoierlrnn u*r. and ailuatem lo
thui by Mr. D (J. Fognrty last night
won a round of applause rapt. Mr-
Aullff* ha* -r- *- a splendid au «eaa of
bla own bualneaa. that of family gro- 1
.rer Hl# popolarlly D founded on hi*
! t orth a. a man and bl. nomlna bm la
because of hto etnodlngta* a patriotic^
A MECHANICAL UENIUS.
Marietta to Very I'roud of H*r
Marietta Sept. 9. Marietta baa a,
met ham* <ti. inventive and ronalruct.ve
genius In the person of Mr. A. R. |
Murray, foreman of ObMrer'a Machine,
shop He Is tbe son of our clever tax
i roll* < tor. Joe H Murray Hel*|
known a* Dear Muriay. and by lit*
gentlemanly manner* ha* a large num
-1 her of frlcud* In our city who appre
ciate hie worth. From eafly boyhood
1 be baa been Inveullng and conatruct
-1 log different machinery, ateatn en
gines phenographa, telephone*, dyna
mos. ate. He Is a graduate of our
State Technological school and la one
of the brightest and moat skilled me
chanics In the south. On last Thursday
we were permitted to see a new eleo
t ro-dvmimu which he baa nearly com
pleted. which will Is* capable of fur-
I-lulling seventy-five Itl-raudle power
pghts. and will be put In operation
soon to light up Glover'* raachim;
ah eg) He made every piece of It out
of material in tbe shop, except the
wire. It la a fine piece of w?ork and
shows the Intelligent and thinking
mind that brought It into exlatanoa.
Such young men are a credit to the
country, and we all feel proud of Deae
SOME OEOROIA INVENTIONS.
A Contrivance lor Handling Barrels
Marshallvllle, Sept. *.-Since the war
the Southern peoph- have originated
many Inventions. I have Just seen
one patented by Mr. J. E. Kelley of
Marahallvllle that will be in general
nee In all grocery stores. It Is a sim
ple contrivance by means of which
!! barrel of sugar, or coffee, or rice
turns on a pivot so easily that the
slightest touch brings It from untler
the counter or sends It back. Ihe bar
rel rests upon a plate and a pair of
hooks attached to a rod clamps the
Parrel and Just a little pressure whirls
tlm barrel from under the counter or
shoves It hack out of the way. It.
was Invented by Mr. Kelley's son. a
tinner by trade, and will prove a val
uable patent. They ore now used by
all the merchants of Marshallvllle.
Another Invention Is that of Mr.
Fred Davenport, druggist of Americas.
By combining olive oil wit hquinine
he has produced a tasteless sulphate
of quinine which does not produce
nausea or ringing or roaring In the
head, yet the quinine preserves all Its
power and strength. The society or
the U<»(3 Cross has usetl it suoPfSßfully
In Cuba with the slelt u,i Hantlago.
Mr. Davenport Is very proud of bis
Japan lias adopted the extension pol
icy and Is annexing colonies. Japan,
by the way, has a most appropriate
national ensign. It is the flag of the
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tNm’N AT VKMAASEE.
Over Drive* *r* w t>» Dafl) Organized
Apectol ta The Herald.
Yemaiwee. Sept. a -Quite a Number
of do -r drive* have been recently given
Th*- high nnter compel# tbe d *er I® seek j
th* dry land, where they altufd much
spoil to the benter.
Although mnny beautiful chase® have
'heen bad only n few of tbe swift own
er* of tbe f.-reet have fallen prey to
the hunter. There *ewm« an nl-undance
of cam* rhto year in this aexth*n. tbe
lenly fe«* being that mu< h of ibe young
de* r baa been drown by tb floods.
W ft H'l'hant of Atlsnia president
of twenty-three banks, each one en
tirely Independent of the other*.
' I’hlladclphia Call.
Coal, Wood and Cedar Posts
Blackjack Wood. Sawed .... P* T Cord ,
Good Dry Pine l* r Cord
Good Dry Pine, long, . . • $2./? per Co: d
Special prices on three Cords or more. ...
Best grade Jellico and Hard Coal, including the celebrated J
Indian Mountain, at lowest prices-
R. h. SIKES, 904 Marbury Street.
«trow«*r 'Rhone I4fl ------ - I’bone Slsl.
HARRIS LITHIA WATER
- - FOR--
I have a New Piano for sale on easy
terms. If you want a Piano call and
R. JLm. FOX,
816 Broad St. SHEWMAKES.
COAL& WOOD|THE BEST|COAL& WOOD
FAMOUS (JANDL® COAT.—AIso best grades ANTHRACITE, LOG and NUT.
WOOD—PINE, BLACKJACK. OAK AND HICKOPT WOOD
jflflr- Prices as Low as tlie Lowest.
R. J- RUSSELL, 026 Walker Street.
K 3 * 3m ' mr Sr~ Tft M
1 (mwi t*w went** dsaotadit title •*
wniM, feat thoaa •*» ha«« trW a
lt»t' «h<M am few ladwrwd le
the ..M.fferiiiMKNl »»tw •*»>».
T.«u iwitew .a.? «« r.Mete the
Uw Itaaf* It row *•«.! ea ear eMe
to nut more el«alr the. .other. row
tan few! to iutai tbo '*>umb Kt.o
•art r»w radw* It. t»el to mmr te
giro r«n» drouw Tha earn. wtlfe »owr
roaet If II M Mac taw uutekir. row
rl.a, t aeta la throw -two tfea ova* door
•a<l raw Ih# rtafe of •Mll>n« H. To j -aa
rrguial. r»«r laago U> Bolt row ewM.
Tie Gai Lull Cl if
•a broad rr.
I adtr. Not lo It.
Me Tin* rummer Uarteretilrta. Me.
Mr. rtna tumrnrr Drawer*. Me.
Si on Flaw Inew fthiite. Me.
tor. no. Heart., Be.
Me. Ituepeadere. how ItC.
Mr. Chili Tire. fee.
Our l.rrr liar of Fall Wnolma has
arrived and our wramrr cooda Hava
got to r" at aaerlfece price#, rail »arlf
and get • food teleelWl. T. tl. Mar*
tins. TaiUn-, oppoalta masters Hot#;