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810 THERMOMETER PLANTED.
U la Savaaty > : aat Loaf and Will
Measure lartfc’* Tamparalura
Wtarhaalar. Ma«a.. Ha pi 15 Colon*!
Knight. of Harmtock. U having placed
la kia growad* a thwmomutw. aavenly
fat< long, for the measurement of the
earth's temperature. It la placed In a
ahaft eighty feat de»«*>. The plan la to
determine the temperature at that
depth ft>r a long period. The Urgent
thermometer made previous lo thl*
one wan lhat made by Forbea. who
built one measuring nearly forty feet.
Thla wa* considered a great accom
plish* cut and Forbes' thermometer be
came one of (he curtoaltlea of eetenre.
With new thermometer (he tem
perature of the earth can be taken at
twice the depth It haa been possible to
take It heretofore, and the records ob
tained will prove of unusual value In
To Cure a Cold la Owe Uay
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets.
All drugglate refund the money If it
fails to cur*. 2Se. The genuine has L.
B. Q. on e«rh tablet.
The latest fashion news from the
Jeweler* I* that Papin and London lap
idaries are making history repeat Itself
In the setting forth of earring, not
the little drop *c.*ews and knob* ao
long worn, but the.penilant, Victorian
ornament* anch aa her majesty wore
In her young day*, and *tlll *elects
when It pleases har. These barbaric
looking pendants are no more likely
to ancceed of the water
than the Victorian tvonnet. which was
donned by »o few women that wearing
it rendered them exceedingly conspic
Get prices on both new
and second-hand School
Books at Pendleton's Be
fore you Buy your School
A gold nugget weighing one hundred
and fifteen pounds and valued at $35,-
000, ha* been found at Lake Wynn, In
Australia. We knew we lost a nugget
Why do you let your hair keep fall
ing? In nine case* out of ten, 1 can stop
it, if you do not let it run on too long.
I've brought out nice full growths on
scalps bailor 30 and J 9 and 15 years.
Bone here in Augusta, too. Come to
see me at 825 Broad street.
A Piano Goaraoieed
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Tuning and Repairing
Art Catalogue Free on
Tioias & Barton,
W H BARIUrtT, IIMIW.
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WITH MIS HONOR
Business Was Mather Slim at Pvtke
Huai aesa at tin court of the record -
ler thl* morning was rather sllta The
I first character who bobbed up hafnre
i the har was' Willie l-ark Willie U
ja small boy. colored. He had
lamusari himself laat afternoon la put
ting Turpin Hilt trolley car inotormen
(to a great ileal of trouble by Jumping
oo the pimtform* anti pall ng off the
| At leant. Willie was ia a crowd of
ismall boys who were engaged in thl*
game, and Mot orman 1 jsuterhack ar
teeted him He protested innocence,
and as the testimony was not enough
to convict, ao thought the Judge, Willie
wa* dismissed with a warning to
never attempt to puli off trolley*, for
If he did (here was a splendid chance
of hi* spending thirty day* in the ea
llenrv had Imbibed of the flowing
bowl tor was it a whiskey flashtd He
that as it may. he wai fined *2.5* to
I .ark in White.
lasrkln had gone forth laat after
noon and communed with spirits. Ho
He wa* charged with violating the
Fifteenth section (shooting firearms In
the city limits). He was represented
by Attorney Julian Zachary. The ev
idence did not show that he was guil
ty. so he went his way without paying
A compl®t« stock of
School Tablets, Pencils,
Pens, Ink, States School
Bags, Book Straps, Com
position and Exercise
Books, Lunch Baskets,
Pencil Boxes, etc., at Pen
dleton’s Book Store.
The Rand-MeNally new Standard
War Atlas ia the best publication of the
kind we have ever aeon. The colored
maps ere double the slse of any others
published, and clearly primed on heavy
paper. Each or* has a marginal index
and a page is *‘Voted to the flags of
atl nations. Thy atlas Is timely and
useful. It l» not for sale at the stores.
The Herald has arranged for a special
edition. Readers may obtain a ropy
by calling at our office or sending 39
'2O-year filled gold watches In ladies'
and gents' sixes with Elgin or Wal
tham movement from $7,90 to $12.50.
Guarantees with each watch at Lewis
3. School's, Reliable Pawnbroker on
Saoond bund (Fumtga*~di school
books sold at B'charde & Shaver s
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Ua>>r Tatud*. Chief MnaKtaa Tsow
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Fired ata rrivals.
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reeurdag aa Umvda rirari. caaewl «/
I the attempt to arraei ynrate maatiu#
Ls Company » of the Bcc-md ragl
imUtal m a"Ja^ f
[ Ing of Corporals Tate aod Carroll and
jJ n rates Ho at aad H Ik waa detailed
ta arrest Chattlnr. and when ha wa*
, f,s-ated he refused to yield to the order j
of the guard. laanad of rubmittlng
he proceeded to display his pugilistic
tendencies, and these were suddenly
checked by the filing of two shot* lo
am da the offender At the tUa*
( haatine waa under the influent*, at
, whiskey. _ j
The prisoner wa* tahea to camp,
whare he will be arralgaed before the
' j*roper authorities, aad triad for ewh
The two scholarships In the Nash
ville Peabody Normal College for thUj
'date have been ivon by L. R. James i
of Greenville and Guy W. Morris of'
Anderson. Mis* Heulah McMillan of
Charleston la the first alternate. Mis*
Alpha P. Raaor of Ureeavllle second
alternate and Mis# E Gordon of An
Mr. James recently woo the citadel
vacancy from hi* covoty and It Is pro
bable that he will not accept the Pea
A Military German.
A delightful military german was
given by the young ladle* of the city
last night at Shandon. complimentary
to the officer* and some of the pri
vates of the Second regtmeut. The
occasion wa* greatly enjoyed by the
large number in attendance. The ger
man was gracefully led by Mr. Sin
gleton Green with Miss Lottie Hey
A meeting of the cUtsan* aud those In
terested in the State Fair association
will be held tonight In the council
chamber at 8.30.
A great many of the Columbia*
who have been spending the summer
at various mountain resorts and at the
seashore, wo daily returning lo the
Abandoniqg Camp Wickoff.
Montauk Point. Sept. 14. Notice
wa* received at headquarter* for the
removal of five more regiments from
Camp Wlhoff at once. The Tenth in
fantry goes to Huntsville; heavy ar
tillery batteries A and B of the First
will report to the commanding gene
ral of the department of the gulf by
telegraph, and A and F of the Second
go to Huntsville. The orders indi
cate the determination of the war de
partment to abandon Camp Wikoff as
rapidly as possible.
Mr. B. D. Gardiner, an old Augusta
passed through the city yesterday en
loute to ABhevllle. N. C„ his* present
home. He has been stationed otv the
island near Charleston With h!s com
pany. .While In town he was with his
sister, Mrs. M. Gardiner, on Telfair
street, who was more thun glad to see
him, a» it has been six years share Mr,
G»r<li«er left Augusta* , ,
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SCHOOLS QptrMEO TODAY.
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Thl» •uraitog tk* erba*A* (
bruahad aw*v b*.*ka •*** b u ndied to- j
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kir*!«4fl»' tiff i» M 1
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'fa tonrmif an 4 (ft# lIKMiEiM*
. I* n * j*. * M#ii anti m «d« n
frf ike ccMning rftatnry Rlrkuwad
county la jurttrularly fortunate ta her
'(diieitloaal syatem and ike men wko
a dsn in tat cr the same At tke k* ad ta
oßkert* la n man preeminently nuaUfS-J j
f ,r hi* a (tore, both In lai Itotatio*. tat
tta equiptneto' au4 tmining.
Super'ntendeai Bean* la the right j
men i* tk* right ta** 4 ?. Cooperating
with ! •». It would be dlilrult to ctouu
am ahk r or more ronw letot'oo* body of
men than the Board of education. In ,
.talking will, the wetter. Superlß'endeut (
> Evens* reeswtly tißful led aeverta toMna
; he bad In view for the matting Maana, 1
more toartieulaHy la the rural section, j
I This waa along Ike line of centralisa
tion. a eoncentrgtlnw of puplli, ao to'
'speak, by which aeveml iatereati would (
ft haa been decided lo abando® a
number of the smaller schools, the
1 Idea being to have a fewer number, hut
In the 124th dlalrlet where there
have been seven email schools there 1
will now he but three, and while the
iiumltr of scholars will be the tamo,
the teachera will be reduced from aeven
to five. T»'o purposes will be aubaerved
by this acfTon, economy aud better re
aulta with this economy. Another fea
ture of this centralization pr consoli
dating,will be the transportation of the
children front their homes to and from
This I* the New England and the j
Western plan, where It haa worked i
surprisingly well, not alone for the
children, but for their parents and eld
ers In a social way. This transporta
tion or hauling of the scholars will be
done by contract among the farmers,
generally ttje possessors of suitable, ve
hicles, and who, t>y this method, can
materially Increase their incomes. Thus
children of tender ages, and particular
ly the girls, are protected from the In
clemency of the weather, and are not
tired out upon arrival at school by
tramping from homes miles away.
The county will bear the expense of
this hauling and notwithstaning the
additional Item will save money
through the smaller salary list.
Mr, Evans spoke of the substantial
ami flue brick schorl buildings which
the North and West have been able to
build by means of this system and
commented on the fact that in certain
sections of the country school houses
were the centre of all social, as well as
If this plan should be more general
ly adopted in the South, tt was the
opinion of the superintendent that far
better results would be achieved.
The public schools open
Thursday. A full stock of
both new ;,and second
hand Books at lowest
prices, at Pendleton’s
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WkM «k«r tort r>iua4iu op tkr
Brrt buraro aa4 Ulktav of (Mir
'acm«« Bill Rrrrtll and IMiaun of tk*
Oriolra «tll bto rutotoltoK ern with Mr. ;
LTtonacy. Mir at BusUb, (or (hr htth
I tonon. BUI EvrrtM to In valuable oi
i asrny w»*» aad one la hi. ability eo
j play tkr |tmr day hi and out tolthoat
' tiring. Tha local crowd doroo't arcta
! to rraUar that the man h*» bars hi tkr
1 gatnr every day puaatlUr thin araaon
.and navtr oaca kl* kta tram la tkr
tlur. k. AaWt from kit atradinera tkrru
U tola akillty to corrr ground brtwrrn
| hi dim If and tkr Brat bag. to skid eaalty
ami aaturally on wild tkrowa and skill
in throwing hack acroaa Ihe diamond !
with Barry McTormlrk wkrn It lanrrd
rd. BUI heaved rra ovrr from third
»o long hr knowa tkr route backward!
When Barry lesrea a runner at flrat
and Bill ships them back fur the man
going to third the tana are a pretty
piece of combination work—one at the
many the present team la capable of.
McGano'a greatness Ilea In hla ability
to scoop up the low throws off the i
ground In any direction Tenney Is I
the scrappiest of the three and hla
overdone efforts to start a free-for-all
Is the main cause of hla present retire
ment. A elever man nnd all that, but
that enlarged took him a trip tc*o far
when hr bumped into Sandow.
Special bargains in school
books at Richards & Sha
ver's book store.
RESPECTED COLORED WOITAN
She Died tot an Early hour This
Alice G. Clarke, daughter of
Clark*, the well known and trusted
porter of Alexander & Alexander died ,
early this morning.
The death of this estimable young '
woman casts a pall of grief and sad- j
ness over upon her loving parents and
the community. She was a consistent j
member of the Union Baptist church,,!
bright, Intelligent, Industrious ond
loved by all who knew her. Deservedly
popular in a wide circle of the most
cultured and refined colored citizens,
the idol of her parents she deported
herself in a manner which makes heT
death a grief to hundreds of admiring
friends. The sympathy of numerous
white friends goes out to the father and
mother ici their bereavement. The fu
neral will be largely attended by lov
ing friends and acquaintances. It oc
curs tomorrow at 3:30 from Union
B*ars the J* Tlw 14111(1 1™ Hate AIMVS 808gflt
ONE CENT A WORD
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•M lkr«* lnrtoaw the k topwtora * O*.,
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sea. tto* Kills totrvwt. A»h to
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| Obento this bar * ffllltoiM 4sp( IT
! ri.ATT*>f OH4K. TVPrWAITRR
< TnbtaS and rtonlrs and l*f E'urni
lure, tunhar * Will tarns Heft IT.
gltß KKNT-RKAK «ta BROAD.
fronting 1* fact am Kiitg. ITk feet deep.
Suitable tar Jobbing business Apply eto
premises. Brpt 1»
KOR KKKT—IOI7 RKY.NOUD4 4T..
*-room dwelling. Apply *ll Broad.
TO HKNT—-BBBIDEKCE IJJ4 KL1.14,
with all modern tmpmvcmeVts and
conveniences. Apply 103< Bread slieet.
TO RBNT-THK DWELLING 5«
I Wslker street—seven room, kitchen,
two rooms, all water convenlen'-es. Ap
ply to D. Graham. Ot 1
TO RENT—NO. 4J7 TELFAIR ST..
containing * nxws with toll modem j
convenlettcea. Apply to W. J. Ruth- J
erford. Sept 17
jTO RENT—THREE NICE FURNIBH
| EI» front rooms with privilege of par
lor and hath. Apply to C. H. Luhrs, 4SO
Broad street. Sept 20
TO BE NT—THE BRICK DWELLING
No. 200 Greene street. Apply A. H
Davidson, 330 Greene street. Oct 1
TO RENT—STORE NO. ?!4 BROAD
street, next below Davenport A Phln
t*y, running through to Ellis street.
Price $1,350. Alexander & Johnson, 705
Broad street. Oct 1
FOR RENT—STORE SOS AND HALL
WAY 807 Broad. Apply Commercial
Hotel. Oct 1
TO RENT—UPPER FLOOR OR
rooms, at 454 Bay street. Sept 17
FOR RHNT—STORE AND ADJOIN
ING room, southeast corner Twelfth
and Greene. Splendid stand for grocery.
Apply at drug store. Sept 16
TO RENT—LARGE, COMMODIOUS
Store. No. 821 Broarl street. $75 per
month. Dwelll-i No. 1646 Walton Way;
G rooms and stable. W. 8. Gardner. 115
Eighth street Oct. 1.
So. 121 Center street, 8 rooms wjth
kitchen ind bath. Apply T P. Doris,
Summet villa. Oct 1
TO RENT-DWELLING U 0 ELLIS
street, seven rooms, twelve dollars
per month. Apply J. W. Jansen, 706 j
SHORTHAND AND TYPEWRITING
only $3.00 per month at Osborne's
Business college. Monday, Wednesday
and Friday, at night. Come or cal! at
once. Great d4mand for stenographers.
June 17 U _ ,/' - . - ...
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j Fount ON CAPITALI4T4 Wilt.
LOAN HALF A MU4.ION DOLLARS
realty Ito Awgto. a <M T rm. 1
t *,eir aitonxry ta Mot. P J 4taii«toa.
Kb.. »r Mr P O. Burum.
GRAND OPERA HOUSE
Thundvy, Sept 15Ul
CHAS. E. BLANEY'S
Rig >: itraragtoi'M *»uceaa».
A Boy Wanted
| 3 HOURS ‘
A Company of 25 People
Two Big Bbow» in On*.
Pric ! $1 80, 75 and »•
Beat! on Sal* at Tboroat 4 Barton'!.
On a Short Furlough.
The Fall Good* I have Ju*t received
will not remain, but will at onoa be
reduced to the bottom prlcea.
75c. Underahlrt!. at s®c
-75e under Drawer* 50c
-25c Oee'O Suspender* ISr
-11 oo White Dre»* Hhtrt* ®oc.
ldc Club Tie* 2 '' 2^-
Butt to order «®. upwards
Pant* to ord*r sj.oo, upwards
E U MEBTINB, Tailor and Gents
Furnlcher. Opp.wtte Planter* Hotel.
HOLDS THE RECORD.
ITS CIRCITLATION MORE THAN
SOUTH CAROLINA ,
IT PRINTS THE BEST NEWS
PAPER IN ITS FIELD.
"A Newspaper these days must grow ua
Its merit! as a Newspaper."
The Herald’s Wonderful Advance and
Growth Proves the Correctness of the At
The Khalifa’s propensit:-’ to drop hia
wives bs r the wayside is no doubt re
sulting lit their being the Mahddst wo
men in the country. _ , >