NO WAR PRICES
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LEWIS J. SCHAUL, jeweler.
IJniHf !»%• Artiniton Hoiii
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W« lw«« now M our «r*fOOOmi If** now
•r*i« K *•#•«» Piano*, oboul WMOf* «o mutsn
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Tn# ri**m of tno manufacturer* iKtl lbo
mob* of IvwoW Pwm»P*T* un«»w«fd
inotrwmont on th# morbol «• ••*"•** ond bon
inonlorlbot Iho morit of lb«»o »D»iro
m.nu moy bo by <rii <••
w 9 cord.ally invtt* on intooction ami trwu of
*%. claim for Ibo Stylo 21 Ivocott o quality
of ton* ctoMcacy of '’touch and boauty of
nr*lob unoquallod **«?**"?•
In •- in Aium/mm» Tbo dalm Hi a broau ono.
but wo moan It. and ask your ao«*«tanoo in so
* "*'*"• "v^SSSSl'ftw.
W. H. Borrott. ftacatvar.
p. s. —Evoratto aro tbo only pianoa guaran- • |
food for an unlimitod lima.
i« nu»Tv» t*nr owmoianh.
Cay* OWM ft. Mrt* *«*••« to
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M A ftwuMrOA XMtoXfc totosffvy.
bag tom <>to»l<X to 'to m»v»«mv
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Mto klatol to mm tto»
Mto *US UM IWtoMtl'M of MM'M'M
•H tto Qwitt itof* lto «tu to as
at»<*t to imp to « *** hto ft
BfWth cavalry; ftMvd
m> ft Cto***, Ktfifc niff;
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•111 to* antoto owl iff
iMtortrk, Mto Min pt***"* i«
at UM® to) to*totf* 'to pm**™
■ji ltl -r «• ralMv'bg (to troop* from
Krttor torrka to 'to ito'r far
Vwto ysptr* Til* ofhwr* in chaff*
of tto (auanwlhg oat tom notfclM to
4o with MJtotoct of i«wi»i* to
tM*®« tto MM* pad I'atted Maim an
(hortitea for Mipplfr. and cguipmcnta
f«rnlaA*d 'to uoopa at tto liaaa of
II,Hr Mtff Into tto ffffll* That
ina"*t aototo op «tvd*r tl>* jariadtodoa
to tto general • otor*
Md must to looped aftar by ito adja
(apt laaatal aI tto MIA
J. MILIEB WiLKEB
WEEKLY CROP STATEMENT.
Qaorgla Weather Haa Bee® Favorable
to (he Partner.
Atlanta Oa., dept M The rrop
bulletin of the weather bureag for the
laat week waa: "With the exception of
■tome rain oa the 81(1, Mud and IJrd.
fair weathar lute prevailed during the
week, wbieh ha* been very favorable
to the farmer, enabling Mm to nave
hay and pick cotton. While badly in
jured in most section* by the protriu
ted rain*, cotton *how* some lutproie
ment. and »* being *ayetl a* rapidly
a* possible. The corn crop will be
tory poor and damag'd rottoa that
was not wholly ruined has been,
housed and a large amount of fine hay
haa been aayed. Moat late crops are
doing fairly well. Wee i* ready to
haryeet. but owing to high water* It
I* mpossble to dran off the ftelda, and
much of It ha* been somewhat in
J. W. Baggett, of Oak Grove, Fla.,
had an attack of the measlea. nearly
three yeura ago, and the disease left
him with very severe pains In the chest
••I thought I would die,” he writes:
"but to my great Joy I was saved by
Chamberlain’s Pain Balm." Patna in
the chest nearly always Indicate the
approach of pneumonia, and by prompt
applying this liniment on a flannel cloth
—which should be bound on the cheat
—an attack of pneumonia may be pre
vented. It Is always prompt and ef
fectual. For sale at 25 and 50 cents tier
bottle by Alexander Drug & Seed Co.,
IE. H. Parr Of Bell Tower Drug Store.
To Reward Mr. tiros*.
Washington, Go.. Sept. 2» It la
proposed to present Hev. J. ts, Grois,
who waa chiefly luatmuiendal In
bringing about prohibition, wth a gold
metlul aud a purse Mr. Gross gave
ug his whole time to It. and (tumped
the county, often making three
speeches a day.
Our goods bought eight and Wo sdl
them tight. Law Kin & Cu> ..
MGiVS Oft LA T HIT.
A Oamgtoa Artto a Hty Wtok
Take* Mw T*wa.
Ttoto i>n>( Aupama (®»i®i« Mto'
tod Ito p(*aeara at kawwtag ft Ml
I Jaaan tatoa to Mend la Marwa win to
I pwd to i*a® tto* to baa awl win a |
pupa Mar oiaaapb ta Ultoaa. HM p-»» I
eaffad Tto Mgnal of I a torts to® tod
a aaorawefo! (todsu to®. Tto
Wat® all Ito p*npl* toraad •**■*?
ftoH Conlfftf * ntjglit 9# tft* ' *
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mmmtm. Tiff WII )*m*f * Mm*
'a Tto fltgaal as LI torts. agd ito*
wa* »m«ia my sgmsthlag Mi Ito tnla
that sypaatsd ta tto patrtoU* :»dhrt»
of Itoatra pose®, to tto Kmc**'
crowd*® and tto Ptaadad HoKilMif
vtga displayed tolora tto t-egtaalSg of
tbs first act Tto gtgaai of Liberty I*
based upon dramatic tarMeau ta tto
recaal Mar Mtth flyaia. Il open* with
a stos of Ito *®ssr»<ic general s palace
la Havana, foiSowed by tto arrival la
tto harbor of tto hgttlgpAlp Maine
Stirring ereats follow la all of which
U. Dunbar of tto Maine M tto hero
By a aerlee of foriullooa etrcoawUacto
be rcachaa tto poet of danger )<ut la
tie minute of aa«d. and aftar ba dla
poae® of tha rlllalns la the rusMffhary
summary way of tha Marled Yankee
•altaff. he Ulka like oaa whose ma
ternal tonal powers have beea highly
cultivated under the direction of the
poet lie defeats torellla’s atotnpt
to mnrder him Ihwarta Ike perpto of
Maotenello tto tnhumaa Bpnnlsb Cap
tain, to capture Gracia atatar of Car
denaa. a Cuban patriot, arrived ftlth
Me hloetaekets 100 I ate do prevent tha
cowardly killing of Cnrdanna by Man-
Mtello. bat laat la lima to wltneaa the
blowing ap of Ike Mato*, to (aka oath
of vengeance and lo glee tha battle-cry
Remember the Maine!' This part was
asrellanUy taken by Mr Joaaoy. The
blta of the evening were ecored by
Mtaa Howard and Mr. Crnlp. respec
tively correspondent* of The New
York Barth and The London Graphic.
They etirpaaaed Verna'a newspaper
men In ludicrous portrayals, and
Craig's rapid Iran onion from fear aud
Kngllslt cockneylam, when therr waa
no dauger. to Intrepidity and American
slang when there waa real danger,
wnh both effective and amusing Tha
other characters acted their part*
To Cure a Cold In One Day
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablet*.
All druggists refund the money If It
tails to cure. (sc. Tit* genuine ha* L.
ft, U on each tablet.
Apples Will Be High.
There are a number of people In
Augusta who are not only fond of ap
ples. but eat them n golarly and reli
giously for reason*. This
winter they will hate to pay high pri
ce# for the fruit, and be dissatisfied
with the Quality of what he buys. This
has been distinctively an off year
with the apple grower*. Everywhere
the crop seems to have been more or
less of a failure. “Up In Virginia,
whero they bad a magnificent crop
last year," said a Broad atreet dealer
today, "this year there will bardly be
enough to meet the home consump
tion. In the west the crop Is practi
cally nothing, aud In New York State,
the greatest of apple producing sec
tions, the reports are that the crop Is a
half one. We get most of our supply
from New York. ftrices promise to
range high as a result of the small
yield. We are now gelling $3.50 a
barrel for apples which last year at
this time sold for $3.50 and the quality
not so good."
A large plate glass window Is being
placed in one of, J. It. White & t'o.'s
windows In place of the one iccently
, h „ AHravs Bought
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■a. W WIMMKRLY.
"J. W. OIUIRRT.
”W. H. M NBAU
•T. H. THAIO
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To toot prwot ill* ri port «#» %
•nrprlc*. Tb* mdnptlon of thr roport
e*ita*4 mm h talk *r.d *o»* »»nn *r-
J. C. Or**a. polor**, oppowd th*
adoption. likawM* Blipon MrTl*r. Mr.
Jam** D*v*rn ro*» to know who thr re
port referred to.
Thalrmon Craig tald th* po*tmen*r
Mr. IHTern then wentrd to know on
wh.it authority the charge had b*<*»
Mr. Tweedy Ihen »ald that h* en
dowed thr report without the 9tal
Chairman Wimberly got In » few
"I think action should at once be ta
ken In thla mailer. If T do detest a
man, It to one who runs with the hares
and holds wltjj the honnds. The post
master of Angtists has not trested the
party right. He haa not shown the re
publicanism that he ought to. I don't
Hesitate to take the position ! do and
don't see bow you can go on with 'hat
man on the committee and still be a
good party man.”
Simon McTier, assistant Janitor at
'.he postofflee, made a speech.
Ho said the party should not consid
er promises on the outside. "I believe
Mr Stallings Is a good republican snrt
we should not act hastily In till* mat
Wimberly’s Warm Speech.
Editor Wimberly waa on his tent tn
a moment. He trained his gnus on
McTier and the postmaster. He
"Mr. Stallings got hts appointment
at the hands of the republican party.
I know he made promises. He prom
ised to do everything and has done
nothing. He has done everything but
what he promised. I thought McTier
was on the fence, but I am surprised
at him. At the meeting a few weeks
ago all voted to sustain the president
but Mr. Stallings. He said lie wanted
ro be reroVUed us voting against him."
He then rend a letler lie said lu« bad
received from I‘oettnaHer SialliuK* In
which certain promises were made re
siding others to lie given alien ap
pointed postmaster. Coni inning, lie
-■aid that Mr. Stallings hiid come tU
him In Washington and said i Mat he
would kill himself if he dlil not gel
the post mastership. He called (lie
postmaster a traitor and stated that
slued getting Into office he bad ".-lip
ped the collar and joined the Thills*
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•irtng IM* to tM* tglpaf 1 •* **h*o*
*d of MrTMr.**
-f'A.r Mb 4 Matter Me rtlwiM of
"Mow.” mM ClliAms Craig. "yoM
must cMretee M*tw***i anllNßi nit* Mr-
KWtoy which will poo support To*
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or (he other,"
CHamptow** IN. AtalMag*
J C. flraan oppoa**! any ssKlos ta
that elliet. H* nil If ws» so Übm
I ta wrangle
*1 say that Mr falling* ha* upheld
thr tapubUcMMS ta Richmond county,
Tt»cl«‘ Paul last* made • scathing
speech against thr^pos*master "What
ts th# use la carry as a man who is a
traitor to th* party fha sal* "Cut
him off. cut him off! I know that
RtalliM* promts** Judsou I#oUM that
h* would pension the Augusut rtputili
casa. fOil out aa you would
,a (mH. or ha wii* hit* you bc>H»d
Thins* •ere getting escecdlngJy |u
trreyiJng and Simon Mt Tlar and npaiyt
—jfr' Stallings upholder* had by
now decided to -7 nothin* ggalut
It pattey, a colored rapobl.caa. tot
In hf* oar:
•'Rfilllng* certainly docelrrd In*- —■
yes. deceived me moat fearfully. Ha
tpado promise* to me that be never
Several other* had a word or two
to any. and Chairman Craig was the
last m*n to get In hi* little »peech at
a late hour,
•■Just Playing Them.”
•He elated that It was a matter of
history that he had opposed Mr. Stal
lings In th# postmastership rmca. He
also said that Lyon*. TNverau* and
othera had conferred with the post
master about his looking out for offi
ces for his supporters and Stalling*
fad said (said Craig) to the other*:
"That was my game. 1 wav simply
playing the men to get the office." "I
will make an affidavit to that state
ment.” Craig added.
Three Opposed notions.
The matter was put to a vote then,
and with the e*cep«on of the nay vote
of Tweedy, MeTler and Green, the mol
tlon that Mr. W. H. Stallings bo
dropped from the district, county and
state committees, iwas carried by SS
Being Made by Mr. J. 11. Hohrman at
Mr. J. H. Mohrman i* making exten
sive preparations to have the most clc
xant regtaurunt and case in this section
us tlie country. He is sparing neither
pains nor order to accom
plish tills end. 1 1 -
Oaidcllc's FamilyiAJnig Stoic has ev
erything for housekeepers' uss to make
| homes bright and clean. Go to this
| store for your \van*m tn this line. The
grade, of Dalmatlah Insect Powder
1 sold by Gardelle W the finest in the
| state. See stew ad.«
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: tb* eowaaut us tww-third# nf the
, tan to Mg aarurad
». Th# laglelaiut* «6ou!d ri« th*|
m hoot term of the slat*, prescribing
,Im* number es aaduth* or days tsfekbj
•hail rouatttuu tk* flee term for the
n.li,. Try «»**• aad -anson's
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srad* goods ar* so** st W.
w» _ *r* solr *o*o'• Nr Ana—**.
Seri** of Heel togs Bring Maid at
AocoMd Whrittiaw church.
I Tie a**rte* <»f meetyur» to the Maraud
<*krt*ttau church an growing to later
e« aa *ach aerate* **■«•* ••* gwe.
Last nlgti* Kev. M. R EhigUndi
preached hetnre a Ra»g» gudlaoca Mod
tuaached a grand annum on Chirst.
th* Ught «>f th* World." H* held th*
audience In almost breathless allrncaj
throughout his sermon At times ha
grew very eloquent, hearing his mogre-|
i gut inn up to tl«s enjoyment of higher.
| hopes and stronger fatth tn the Men J tt
Nassreth- _ .
Mr. Kngland t# foreeful. earnest and
Many people at the clone of the ser
muii went and t smpllmeutod him on w»
nohle an effort to present the i lalroa of
the world * Redeemer.
The pastor of this ehurrh. the Rev. |
Mr. Jacks, is making every effort l'»
bring the lovara of Christ t» a more
«red n«arnes* to r*rh other hy union.
meetings. Already dividing tine* have;
disappeared and true believer* In all I
the church#* unit# their voloea In song,
in prayer, in praise and in rejoicing
Kev. Thomas Walker will preach to
night and a large audience will ll»ten
to thla well known and well beloved
minister of Kollock Street Baptist
No doubt ir the srfdlences continue
to Increase, standing room in this
church will be at a premium tonight.
Go early If you dealt* a comfortable
Our constant aim will be to please our
patrons, iwth in goods and prices. Lam
kin & Co.
BEgINESS WAS LKIHT.
The Recorder W« Not,Detained Long
Business was light with the recorder
The court session was brief and the
L. O. Schaux was fined 12-aO for a
Henry Sullivan was charged with
fighting. The evidence was not enough
to convict. He was dismissed.
Dick Williamson had gone to hie
hoarding house Intoxicated. He was
Ben Chfeks had choked his wife. The
Judge sentenced him to fifteen day# on
the public works.
Be«« tb* /f 11,8 Kinll V°n Have Always Bought
The alligator that was seen for sale
on the streets yesterday was purchased
by Colonel Dyer and wilt be on exhibi
tion ai Hie park, ns ati addition to Hie
New cottage and dwelling offered for
rent in t-< rnt-a-w ai d column by L. F.
I Verdcry this afternoon.
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We sell the finest
New Crop Tear
We »«ll the Finest
! Patent F our and they
cost you no more than
lower grade goods ar*
told at. Give us a trial
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p»f eotteg* Lab»r. ear* Hstald-
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place aa stenographer or a few hmte*' :
work a day. Gan give good rerommend-'
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WANTRiy-KMI’UiTMBNT AT O.W»
| a* ouliarter, .hipping <k i k or "any - j
!thing." eleven jteara tramqmrtatlun »*-]
, |iertence. rapid pmunnn. und to hard
i work, ft-t.reneee, g- uthern Kxpr»*«
I Cn. and other*: out aide work preferred: j
iage. AM; living aalary to atart on. Ad-;
drea*. P. D. Q. t»re Herald. Mept.
WANTED POSITION AS BOOK"!
KBEPISR «r nffle* work of any kind:
rlty reference* Addreaa Wm D. John-
I .on. Hits rtlov.r atrret. Mei»l *
I WANTKD-BT A YOUNG MAN. AGH
IT, situation of any kind and can
! come well recommended. Addrca# F.
, W.. 1! Marbury street, city. Sept. 30.
• ; —i
; WANTED POSITION AS ROOK*
I KKBPBR or amlntant Iwsikkeeper hy
I man of experience. Apply 8. W„ care
AFTER WORK. WORK, WORK. ANY
kind at any price: clerk, office work.
' ete. Well recommended. Address
AGENTS WANTED—for DR. DRUM
MOND'S Lightning Remedies for
Rheumatism ; SSOO for an locurabt*
cose; restore, stiff Joint*, drawn cord*
and hardened muscle*, ts your dealer
ha* not got these remedies, we will send
the Tull month'* treatment of two large
bottles on receipt of $5. DRUMMOND
MEDICINE CO.. S* Nassau St., New
York- Oct 3
WANTED—A FIR-ST CLASS VEST
MAKER- Apply to Ruben, the Tailor.
1437 Main street, Columbia, S. C.
WANTED AT ONCE—A GOOD MID
DLE-AGED woman who wants a
home to come a.nd keep bouse and at*
! tend to several little children. Willing,
: care Herald. Kept 29
CREAM —CREAM AT 24 JACKSON ST.
FOR SALE—IOO-ACRE FARM, ONE
mile from city limits, a bargain. Ap
ply W. C. Jones, No. 124 Jackson St.
IF YOU WANT TO OWN A HIGH
GRADE hammerless shotgun, case
nnil loading tools, at a trifling cost call
at Hetnstreet’s. ftept 30 Sun
for RENT-1017 REYNOLDS ST.,
6-room ttwYlling. Apply 911 Broad.
FOR RENT—STORE 505 AND HALL
WAY *O7 Broad. Apply Commercial
Hotel. Oct 1
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Msrmis'i Preparatory hcMaol.
IMI Kilt* Slrwl
THE SIXTH ANNUAL SESSION OF
[ this kiwi will cumswer* -a
MONDAY. (ICYViHKfI *#•«»• m.
Mpeels! pats* iM thorough lnurur -
(ion given to each pupil. Foe full par
(lffttlfl > -All 081 of •Mraa at UK Di
ll* * treat %
WM. H. STURM AN. A M .
lAiadwny of IBdWHif County. Augus
lirril ANNUAL HKMKIN REOINS
MONDAY, OCTOBER hf FuH rorp.
1 «f inatruetnr*. ('ouvyea tn An<t.nt
and Moder* Language. M.tltemgtle*
and the Physical Setrffior* Stenagra
! I>hy and Typewrtitng without extra
! charge. ißatructloß iu Military Thr*
tl a *nd Atht.tlce. For Information.
1 addreaa Principal, Richmond Aead
7 PtrCt UOO.OOO IPerOt
FOREIGN CAPITALISTS WILL
LOAN HALF A MILUON DOLLARS
on realty In Augusta, G*. Term* T
per cent For further Informather aea
their attorney at law. P- J. Sullivan.
B*., or Mr P G. Burum.
For th# Leglalature.
MARTIN V. CALVIN,
HENRY C. HAMMOND.
JOSEPH 8. REYNOLDS.
Will be aupporled. aa Democrat!#
candidates, to represent Richmond
county in the next legislature, at the
election to be held on Wednesday.
October S, I*9S.
CANDIDATES FOR ADMISSION TO
the Academy will be examined on
Friday and Saturday (Sept. 30 and
Oct. 1). beginning at 10 a. m.
C. H. WITHROW, Principal,
i TO BE SOLD AT $1.25.
: Just received 500 Silk Umbrellas to ;
: be sold at $1.25; also the best line t
: of Woolen* In the Market at r>-a- r
; sonable prieps. F. O. MER- I
: TINS, The Tailor and Gents' Fur- t
: niaher, oppolste Planters' Hotel. :
> # *«•*•*• ****#**•** *ee* • *»
B. R. MITCHELL. ALEX MrDONALD
Supt, of Con. Sec. & G*u. Mgr.
Augusta Electric &
212 Mclntfah Street.
Electric Supplies —peaking Tub-s. ctc.,*tc.
Repairs to *ll K'ectrlcal npparatns.
Electric Light Wiring • specialty.
Pe!i ’Phone lt»2. - - - Strowger Bid.
REMOVED TO 711 BROADWAY-
E. W. DODGE,
Manufacturer of Rubber
Stamps, Seals, Stencils*
Daters. Pads, Badges,&c
711 Broadway. Augusta, (J*.
Strowger Phone ;62.