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A SPLENDID ATLAS.
The Herald baa soured • lew cop)e«
aIIV magnilkrnt War Alias Issued
bp Hand. McNally A Co, the *reol
Map matters This Atlas Is a map ol
the world, and If you want lo keep
posted oa Cuba. Pbrto Itko and «V
Philippines you ought to have It.
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which Is printed la five colors, con.
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Hawaii, fiurope, Asia, Africa. Spain,
Philippines. North America. South
America, the World, Oceanka. China,
Portugal and harbor chart# of Havana,
Santiago. San Juan, Matanzas, Clen
fuegos. Manila, Cardenas and .Santa
Clara Bays, la go cents. To Herald
readers 30 cents.
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HERALD'S STANDARD ATLAS.
What would June think of these as
Thr end of the century promises to
l>e dipped In blood.
The WikofT authorities can no longer
lay it on the weather.
Zatigwlll would have a Christian
name if it wasn't Israel.
Alger find* great difficulty In keep
ing out of the line of Ore.
The editor of the New York Times
should brush up on bis vacation.
The barefoot boy with cheek of tan
must leave the brooks for the books.
And bo the President want* the
Mlles-Alger controversy dropped until
after the fall elections.
The Savannah News thinks that the
wise young roan will stay at home and
not go rainbow rhasltig lo Cuba or
The South Carollniuns who have felt
it their duty to take an interest. In au
uninteresting race nutv breathe easier
and go to work.
The Waynesboro True Citizen says:
“Zola's smile at his vindication can be
heard around the world as distinctly
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traveling Her rest leas a ess and alight
erreatrtrftla*. Ibe outcome of her Ha- |
varlaa blood, won intaaslflad ty grief |
and tt seemed aa If she eoutd never |
tarry long la any plnea she had eho
nen. For some time she showed a da- 1
elded partiality for Oraer*. sba built
a sumptuous palace at Corfa. where .
she spent several winters with tue
Archduke and Archdurheaa Prana Hal
vstor but jtaat year she refused to re
tarn there, end landed with her nu- I
met on-, suite at Cape Martin, after a |
loag yachting trip along tbe eouthern |
shores of Spain.
The empress had been the central
figure of numerous legends and much
111-natured gossip, at one time the re
porta were so Insulting and Inderent
that tbe Official Oasette of Vienna had
to refute them. The simple fact Is.
that the empress suffered from acute
rhroulc neuralgia, the attacks of
which were so frequent and torturing
that she was Incapacitated from any
exertion and rendered unable to bear
the fatigue of official receptions. In
earlier and happier days she gracefully
and Irreproachably fulfilled her royal
She conquered by her charm and
beauty the recalcitrant Hungarian no
bility and people; ahe # delighted the
Vtennese by her entertainments and
the nation by following the proces
sions of Easter and Corpus ChristJ.
She rode and hunted, was an Indefati
gable walker and dancer and spoke
AUQOSTA FOR ADQOBTAMS.
The time Is drawing near when five
new councllmes) are to be elected, one
from each ward of the city.
In the First ward, friend# of M* - - Al
fred M. Martin and Mr. T. O. Brown
havo announced their candidacy. Bolh
arc splendid citizens and it Is a pity
that both of them cannot serve the city
at the same time.
In the Second Mr. R. E. Allen bus
been announced by his friends.
In the Third ward. Capt. Pat Arm
strong has been petitioned to make the
race and has consented to do so. The
friends of Mr. Alex J. Oouley are urg
ing him to mnke the rate also iu this
ward. Both of the**- gentlemen are too
! well known In Augusta and have been
j too long identified with the city to al
! low any uneasiness but that the Third
| ward will be ably represented which
j ever one i» elected.
Mr. Oouley is the president of the
j Irish-America* Investment company
| and a partner In the shoe house of
Cash in. Oouley & Vaughan. Capt.
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Ops of lbs brightest geniuses of the
West went out when Carl Smith, who
succeeded In a mansurs to the depart*
meat of Eugene Field and wrote the
“Fired at Random'' column of the Chi
cago Record, was drowned la Canada,
where he had gone on bln vacation.
Atlanta Is considering the quetton
of throwing open her galea to the yel
low fever refugees of Jsckson, Miss.,
•nd other Infested points. Atlanta la
coy for once In her existence, but it
won't last long.
The fightlna la over, but Robert
Cramer Is still riding th» Constitu
tion's "war horse" and gluing the pub
lic a splendid unofficial history of
things as they happened down In Cu-,
The Jacksonville soldier who gave
out the story about a live soldier be
ing sent, to the morgue now admits that
it was only a dream, ye should swap
The conquest of Cuba will mean ono
thing, at least. The children will get
a chance to epell as far as 'baker"—-
and that's about as far aa they care to
Mr. Chamberlain w ears a monocle,but
he can see Just as well out of the oth
er eye when there Is a political situa
tion ahead of him.
Augusta scores on Atlanta as being
the birthplace qf Oen. Wheeler, but
that, of course, was before Atlanta
Sam Jones says a D. D. Is a doodle
digger—a man who can dig up more
snakes than he can kill in a life time.
Cervera has left America for Spain.
He wouldn't have taken the risk un
less the war were really over.
The Herald's Prize la?tter contest
closes on October 1. All letters must
be In the office by that date.
Many o good thing Is found in The
Herald's Want Columns. Have you
ewr noticed it?
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port of - day la my theme, sad wh«h
i ,e thr old *tcne mill was rmlly hunt
by Northmen «r wm Rh dee' old «r at
mill I wilt not attempt to deride
In tkc Ktlnl aensoe Newport la the
1 place to me society on dram t»fwd>
Prom tbe temmiaa.to tbe end <f
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teen! Iblnet another. In n chain that
l.o'dx its rotaries In bonds aa strtNig a*
atxel. Day* are too short aid hou.e -
too f< w to bold nil that la to be enjoy
ed hy It.oee within tbe charmed etrrle. ;
jCoi attr* may be seen driving In .heir
elegant equipages, now to tbe t sx no
for n glimpse of tbe ten- (
nin court. n chat with friends, listen
ing to the music of lhe orchestra, away
to the golf grounds, to rent for a tno- ;
mer.t and wntch the followers of the
irkky little bntl. Away again to the
I.arbor to ae# the apt-tad of olivary sails
tn the freeh breeze aa tbe tiny boats go ,
cut, then off again to eome afternoon
entertainment In one of the great v'l
lga, a dloner, a danre. a ball, and wh >n
as sometime* happened a real .live
prince enters h»r circle, society's cap
of enjoymewt runx over. Next In In
terest to me I*
and quaint, curious little “Cottage
City,” the Mecca of Methodists. Such
dotl-houses far cottages. If 1 had been
blindfolded and carried there, and aud
tlroly had my eyea opened and the B
question asked, “Where are you? I
should have answered. "Not in Amer- ]
lea,” so an-A met lean is It. In al! the
traveling I have done, nothing has ever |
surprised me before.
I have rend and found things and '
places Just as I fancied they were, j
But Martha's Vlnyeard Is the excep
tion. so unique, so altogether Indiscrlb
able that I will not try.
See fqr yourself the dear little town. ;
with no sidewalks, because all the !
streets are In solid concrete. All Its ;
shops, with piazzas In front, or wide i
awnings under which tba good* are
displayed. I wondered If the little cor
teges had folding steps to put away In
the daytime and taken out to mount to
the play-house upper rooms at night.
Another day we went to
In ft staunch little steamer wc took
passage down the “Eastern Channel."
Touching at Bristol, getting n distant
glimpse of “Fall River." with its nu
merous chimneys, one of them the tall
est in the world, sending forth volumes
of smoke, showiug how busy she is.
making supplies for millions. On to
Tiverton, through two narrow- draw
bridges, touching Mee More at a land
ing. we sailed out into the open sen
ami rollled In a delightfully uncertain
way and landed at the wharf at Seacon
uet. The schedule read: "Will land
weather permitting." and this prepared
us for the roughness of the sea. M’c
found a place where* a grassy c.\r|et
was spread above tu| rocks against
which heat the waves-of the broad At
lantic, and there was no land between
us and the “0!d World." Thus we aie
our picnic lunch, drinking in the gjej
rious breezes. We bad not long to
stay,“W> aftor cllmbtme over the rocks
I and c.itli ring shells as souvenirs we
I wtu.dul out; way, back to the wbqrC,
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I'm mphrrr ksaM, lab* pasaagr <m a
llampabtry. where, la a few boars t
fmiad tbe beaatlf.il little '<>«« of
j—j. § »• . i inf#r##l Btlfl hillM
* ts. la a 4»*r oM brtek farm kmia
• tadnw seats deep enoagb lo serve aa
dressing staads "Obi BoT loses bis
power. Stand in a tw bills froai arboae
(-rests we raa see awtttatalaa and all
very lab*a. the areaery la anperh Tt
I waa from a pis.* like that that I saw
tbe situ let behind “Ragged mown -
tala’* and tbe Nil harvest moon rise
•t tbe same me merit from behind an
other bill, while grim K-srserge
stood by, a silent witness This New
England land baa many rbartna ffky
, and sen and land, mountains and take*
hold one spell bowed but when tbe
wloter days draw aear. and tbr green
luma brows, and the people, like good
sailors, make all "taut" for coming
storms, we will wing our way like
1 “birds of passage" that we are, to our
osm sunny Mouth land
Two hearts are better than ids If
[ they're trumps.
When a man Is brainless there'a al
ways room at the tup.
! A fertile Imagination often produces
a crop of rank thoughts.
It takes a wise man to pick a fool
whose money he can spend.
Whenever two men begin to talk
things over they are sure o overtalk.
It's a wise man who doesn't let hts
wife know the full stae of hts Income.
The man who always counts on his
friends Seldom flgpres tn their catcu
After a man begins to tske whiskey
| for medicinal purposes he la always
It Isn't always a girl’s plain face that
keeps her from marrying—sometimes
i it's her wisdom.
More people are willing to help bury
udead man than there to lend a dollar
to a living one.
Give a man the little he says he
wonts here below nh.i he 11 kick hitrv
i self because he didn’t ask for more.
Before marriage a man promises to
! his wile nothing; after marriage that
! Is about all the poor woman gets.
The average small boy loses faith
! In hts mother's veracity when she says
It hurts her more to whip him than It
hurts him.—Chicago News.
Poverty—A disease that a poor physi
cian Is unable to cure.
Betting—A fool's argument that Is
convincing only when you win.
Eloquence—A kind of liquid wind that
some orators mtx with weak argu
Contestant—A person with a will of
his own who tries to break the will of
Satisfaction Something a man
doesn’t get when he kisses a pretty girl
through a veil.
Gas meter—A device that registars
i the amount of gas you pa yfor; re
gat dless of the amount you burn.
Judgment—Something the average
man uses to a better advantage in se
lecting a cigar than in selecting a
w ife.—Chicago News.
How the Feud Began.
“My husband is very hard to please."
“He must have changed considera
bly for his marriage.”
A (Treat Discovery.
Mrs. Read—lsn't it strange?
Mr. Read—What, my uear?
Mrs. Read—There never yet has been
a strike in an alarm clock factory.—
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LANDS, *4O tip; VIK- I I V I
INOB, *35 up; GEN- I \|
DRONB, *lB op; THOM-1 LJ
AS, *SO up. Call and see
them. Every one guar- \1 J
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Richards & shaver
Paine, Murphy & Co.
803 Reynolds st^TelepHoneiSl&.r, 3
1 nvate Leaaed Wire* Diifct to New York
Chicago and New Orleans*
Orders executed over our wires foe
Cotton. Stocks, Bonds, Grain and Pro*
visions for cash or o*l margins. I»cal
securities bought snd sold. References
—National Exchange Bank of Auguste*
or Mercantile Agencies. _ «. * - J