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n» broad* *t Aootn*. a*.
TAYI.OR will pi amt drain
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ho ot*o>- •» •*> 'MI > • tor«f form
of Mtntl ttnoaoad OMOO It* «*• »<
rttt Mo a—*** **r* u»r »•*' fo*-"
•Knt. of. I *># >0 «.'<ltn. n to 0 dairy
form «■• a Mf*f »w**Mry l*m>, M*
M» U*f ahooOf bat* Mrahaton oof
•rtoMt to ml Of oaoornl bundr-l rhlft
too **f M—th
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w*rM*e* not mo MOf*. Ho OMt out
to Mvy o# a tow. nttrh ho did without
trend I* until a ro*»r wn* adjuolfd to
too row* horn*, wb#n a lumto waa
■tado At th* hwtWf hr tho rot* and *
aaddrn aaronMon of a »*arh» <«— woo
n-.n, hr tho bailiff Unfortunately tho
troo bant ottt. hftfMttnff tho bailiff *»
dW» contact with tho raw atom A
fnon.l «-**»•• tU» a*d lh * bailiff dta*
Ottawa tho lory■
To Coro * Cold I* Owo Day
Tnhf Laxative Bromo Quin Ino Tablet.
All druggl*!* r#fuu<l tho nmOcy If It
tatia to rut*, He. Tha geßuta* hao L>.
U Q an oarh tabl. t.
me JUIKJE OVER AOB.
Jude* itary'» Poaltln* In a* Intereat
Columbia H <?.. Ort. *4.-1* regard
tn an appeal from tho decision of Judg*
Oary In rotat’d to the legality ot a ju
ror ovor » yoara old anting <«n a <«*#.
that official aald yesterday that ho ov
orrulod tho motion for a now trial for
tho reason that the* ib-fon*o had not oto
jortoil to th*- Juror before tho rase nan
hoard 110 has prevtoualy rul<»,| thnt no
juror over Co your* obi, If objected to.
« *n Hit on a rase, but the ilroumalanca*
on thin ocenaion were different. Thr
raao had been trlett and tho verdlot ten
rirrod liefon, the objection waa mndo.
Iloanir. tho np|*-nl stand*. and tho
raao will tie an Intereatln* one.
On the Strait Road.
N, T. Mall and ExproM
Aa thing! now look, Hon. Joo Black
burn of Kentucky believer* he Is on the
ntralftht road back to the United State*
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and Jaw* torn* More frataraal. and dr
Haro* that th# Mnrmon eAwrrA ha
reward lo —notion polygamt and the
law la lMd*g alrtrtly breed.
Mr Yon** aaya ha h»a nor— been
prouder of Ala people or of Ala aula
than alnea he Asa com# E*at Ha la
rortalß. ha WO. that tha morality of
Salt Uah* City romparm very *vor
ably with that of Raatern rltte# He
believe* that the pr—rtploa of rhrtat
lanlty are nowhere ronalatontty lived
Fr«sh Graham Flour.
Delicious Maple Syrup.
As fine assortment of
Canned Fruit and Vege
tables as can be found
T. P. DORIS.
Bell Phone 1246.
DIDN’T COME TO TRIAL.
The Clillpot I lean** Caa* Still Hang*
Thr caae against M. P. Phllpol,
charged with running a wagon with
out a license waa dated to t-tirnc up this
morning at lh« court of thr recorder.
The caae lot* aonio Interesting points
In It. a* ha* been mentioned. Mr.
Philpot did not appear at court. A war
rant waa Issued for him. A rule waa
issued ugnitial John Johnson, the prin
New Hatch and Kippered Herrings at
Latnklu * Co.’a.
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a age tat *g*»t «* lowk l*to th* muti
t«r —4 report, and If H la adtiaaMa
th* rowta of th* Mall* hrtwa#* Oal*aa
.lll* and IMhlowag* May b* rhawg*d
agala a*4 Mad* *a tormmrlr.
Th* **ttl*M*at <ff th* whol* I* await
*d with ***** h»t*t*M. •* It has h*a»
tha cawaa of th* raising of w d**J of
* Shred tied Wheat Bis
cuits at T. P. DORIS.
DIDN'T LIKE MIS BED
Dot He Should Not Hivt Made Sock
• Imh About It.
tl m about “I m. ' aa the boy*
say. alien a boarder at the boarding
Itouw ot Mr*. Hii*lon. out on Camp
bell street reused another boarder
some discomfort. Tb* hoarders were
both occupying 4h* aarna mom. There
were three bad* In the *|>*rtmeal.
in one ot those trad* ana Mr. ——
well, never mind hi* name. In the
other Ed Owena, who hail register
«d from Savannah. Mr. Owen* took a
notion that the other boarder had the
treat bed and ao he proceeded to get up
atid go over and try the other.
He. we be admit*, had been imblblna
and wai In a humor lor argument.
"Mere, you get out of your bed and
let me occupy It." said Owena.
Now. at Z o'clock In the morning to
Ire awakened and told to leave your
couch that someone elac might occupy
It, la anything but agreeable.
The other man did not get up, ao
Mr. Owens attempted to put him out.
Then there wa* a acuffle and the end
of It all was the Imposed-on boarder
going uftor an officer. He found Of
ficer William*, who came and arrested
Owens, who was given a roopt In tbe
poltee station on the ground floor.
At court today he told the Judge lliat
he did not remember thpmatter and
would like to apologise If he had hurt
any one's feelings. He Mated that he
would leave for Savannah In a few
hours If the Judge would let him off.
The end of the trial was a $2.50 fine
for tho Forest City representative.
"Judge. I have one stray dollar In
my pocket, Let me pay that and I
will send you the rest.” remarked E.
Owens, but the judge heeded him uot.
and E.ddle went to jail.
A Clever Trick.
It certainly looks like it. but there Is
really no trick about It. Anybody can
try <* who has Lame Hack and Weak
Kidneys, Malaria or nervous troubles.
We mean he can cure himself right
away by taking Electric Hitters. This
medicine tones uii the whole system,
acts as a stimulant to liiver and Kid
neys. Is a blood pnrltler and nerve ton
ic. It cures Constipation. Headache.
Fainting Spells. Sleeplessness and Mel
ancholy. It is purely vegetable, a mild
laxative and restores the svstem to
Its natural vigor. Tit Electric Hitters
and be gonvlnctd that they uve a mira
cle worker. Every bottle guaranteed.
Only SO e. a bottle at Howard & Wit
let's drug store.
Where Expansion Succeed*.
Commissioner General Peck seems to
have successfully Introduced the new
American policy of territorial expan
sion over in Paris.
MARIANI WINE—The World-Famous Tonic.
HER IMFEKtAI MAIESTY.
UfUU MU IK or tUMU
Anitchkolf hilacr, St. Pelmbuff, Dec. 6, 1894.
Id Mr Mamm. Prric, Frtnce.
‘‘Her MjjMty, tmpem Mtrie Feodorown*,
fmdinr freit benefit from thff use ot your tonic
wine. requests that a case of $0 bottles Vin
Mariam be sent immediately, addressed to Her
Msp*ty. the Empress. *’
DR. a. LEONARD CORMNCI. of N*o
%'orh CHy. wrttc* to AM hook
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Pitaaw . Sow* l
-04 alt tealr grapwratt—a *tw t*tro
g«r«d t* th# *a«t— #4 th* grafaaat—
VIN MAfUANI ta **dauM*dly tha
jnoat gotaM tor goad M th* traattna*t
at —hawatlva **d tmiativa r—Aitta—
ot th* ranlral **rvo«# ayat.m •
FOOTBALL IN MACON.
He tween I Wive rallies #1 Georgia and
Macon. Oct. M. -On November IS
Macon will wit new U>« first Mg foot
ball game ever played here. Two
team* both aspirant* for the tbaifi
plunshlp of the south, will meet on the
gridiron and will battle for the hoanr
ot thetr respective college* The two
team* which are to meet here are the
rnl#rfHrtty of Georgia and tho t'nlver
alty rtf North Carolina The teams
I are beyond a doubt the best in the
' south, and they have selected Macon
, a* the place to deride the champion
ship us the south. The Georgia team
■ was never I letter. The team has won
| three games already this season anil
against strong teams at that. It will
i meet Vanderhilt In Atlanta Saturday,
and no doubt will route out a win
As lo the North Carolina team, not
much la known. The team has «*-■•
four games this season, and haa not
been scored against, while tho Georgia
team ha* In weight, they are far
ahead of the ‘varsity boy a. They
have several old Princeton men among
them and they expect to give Oeorgta
a hard tussle. The Georgia boys,
while light, have been hard at work,
and uuder two excellent coaches.
Charles McCarthy of Drown, and
"Cow" McNally of Georgia, they will
lie able to hold their own. and Macon
will have the opportunity of witness
ing one of the gresttwt struggles thut
have ever taken place in the south.
All Macon will turn out to see the
game and will of course appear In red
and black, the colors of the universi
Two of Macon's young ladies will be
selected as sponsors- for the Georgia
team, and the occasion will be a great
social event. The Georgia team will
run a special train here and with them
will come a large crowd of Athenians
to cheer them on to victory. All of
the students of the university will ac
company the team and will make the
gridiron resound with college songs,
WHAT IS SHILOH?
A grand old remedy for Cough, Colds
and Consumption; used through the
world for half a century, has cured
Innumerable cases of Incipient con
sumption and relieved many In advanc
ed stages, if you arc not satisfied with
tlie results we will refund your money.
Price 25 cts . 50 rts. and SI.OO. Sold by
--Retailer*. T. A. Buxton, Anderson's
Drug Store, Alexander's Drug Store,
West End Pharmacy, The King Phar
macy; Retailers, Dawnport A Phint
England has about une hundred and
fifty packs of foxhounds, and about
ten thousand foxes are kept specially
for fox hunting.
from me BUReeaMmsoßer or
ftil FRIAcH AMMYi
Duns* I—a lad lowa Mwrvhaa so* twl
4—a sad athrara h«*d t*ata*« r*W*f
ftaM fMlgo# and hardaklga whan —tag
Ik* a»rv#<W— Mat*. VIN MAHIAKI.
II gr***at*d favar* and nrka— I* tha
a—rahy and aahsallhy i**tltory.
H UIBBKMANN. M D.
ffarg—-ta < hast, rtaaih Army.
WANTED AN INTELLIGENT
YOUNG MAN, II or 1* years <>M, to
assist In office and do collecting. State
paec experience and salary expected.
Addrrw In own handwriting. Ledger,
care Herald. OCt JO as
WANTED—A GOOD COOK, ONE I7N
DRHSTA NDfMO milking Bring rec
ommendation. Apply 211 Greene street.
WANTED—CARPENTERS TO WORK
at Monte Kano, car fare furnished.
Apply T. J. Daly, corner McKlnne and
Walker. Oct 24 Iwk
WANTKIF-THREE FlttHT CLAPS
mints makers. Experienced hand*
need only apply. Louts Sehler A Son.
1217 Washington street. Oct 28
WANTED—LADIES Tu EMBROIDER
pillow covers; work sent to your
home; good stay: send reply envelope
for particulars and sample. Manhattan
Embroidery Co., 12* Water street. New
York. Oct !i .
FOR SALE -
Cheap—paper for wrapping
purposes. 10 cents a hundred old ex
changes. Whits paper 1 cent a pound.
FOR SALE—IOO-ACRE FARM. ONE
mile from city limits, a bargain. Ap
ply W. C. Jones, No. 124 Jackson St.
CREAM—CREAM AT 24 JACKSON ST.
FOR SALE—PAPER FOR WRAP
PING purposes. Cheapest In city, (me
cent a pound. Apply at Herald oiU.ee.
Both white and news-paper.
FOR RENT—THREE NICE ROOMS,
with bath, furnished or unfurnished,
centrally located, on Greene street.
Address W. J. R., care The Herald.
FOR RENT—A DESIRABLE FIVE-
Room cottage and bath. No. 1813
Walton Way. Apply to Clarence E.
Clark. 832 Broad street.
WANTED—SIX OR EIGHT COL
LEGE students to board. Any stu
dents desiring to make a change can
find nice, comfortable rooms with hot
water baths. Good table board at rea
sonable rates, only one square from
college. Address A. I>.. Herald of
fice. Oct 28
BRACES BODY AND BRAIN
VIN HARIANI (MARIANI WINE) it Invalutbl# at this tea
eon of tha y«ar. when owing to trying cUmatic changne.
tho tyttom la oapoctally tutcoptiblo to attacks of ma
laria and la gnppo.
MARIANI WINE has atood tho trot of thirty-fivo yoara*
trial. It is ondoraod by moro than 8.000 American Phy
sicians, in addition to having received cordiai recom
mendations from royalty, princes of the Church and of
the State, and persona notable in all the walks of life.
MARIANI WINE is etprcially indicated for Throat and
Lung Oiseasee, General Debility. Weakness from what
ever caules. Overwork, Profound Depression and Ex
haustion, Consumption. Malaria and La Grippe.
MARIANI WINE Is an adjuvant in convalescence and a
powerful rejuvenator. For Overworked Men, Delicate
Women. Sickly Children it Works Wonders. It soothes,
strengthens and sustains the system.
SOLD BY AU. IMft«*MlMff « fl ymVTHWS.
M-t Cl At ort I M Ta all wh* wrtt* w—hatai **»>■**■«*■ h.-a—wd a h-*4 .aw
tafwlag pefir.ll. .ad ♦,d»mwr*t» ml IhM.lH**. UMPPI s*b, WtlNVl-h. VAKW'AIIi,
ARVt»ll«tM*» Md wktr «.tl*f hM ftnaat** . .
HKIiM A vO.. $» »MT i|IH STRfcLT. MW tOfth.
gwrta—<l BaawvaM «,*-*■—». t—Ma»-M Mvfti— -a— m—urnh-mm HwffaW W |
nAtcniNO or enolish sot ihi rs
iKrortoimt from iha U>n4o* ffhrtrk.*|
U—nl hw Bvaty* Wand aaya; "Ha
gs rdiag th, lafastry Mamhlwg, It w*a
[th* a*** dartag My r—wMand at
Atdarvhot, a* al*c* t waa Srai
than, » g*wr* ago. Many olhcwva a vail
, | thMwarlvn* of tho tawlc sad rorow
.tllaowt proprt-u*# of tha wall-known
MARIANI WINK, th* Most rot—, a*
[wall aa tho moot gala taut** mvthod ot
|inducing r*#t«a»ca to fallow#.-
Imia* belle nmr* dancing
fir bool, at northwest corner Kulim-k
•nd Trlfatr; Tueaday *»<* Fridays at
11:1*. Oct St
IwANTKD—AN INTEREST IN A
I paying brokerage or insurance bu*i-
I ness, by man of practical eaparluac*.
Aotlmr Box K Augusta.
dancing school-MI«» RJ.IX V
BETH WHITE recently of New T»rk.
Library Hall. Children's class Tuesdays
and Friday* *:» P- «" 1 .adlea and
gentlemen aam* day*, • *# p. ta.
WANTED—REGCLAR BOARDERB :
good fare and neat beda, also on* un
furnished room lo rent. Apply Mrs. A.
J. Arera, corner Ellis tad Washington,
or *O3 Ellis street. Nov I*
AFCTION SALE—BY C V. WALK
ER. *2l Broad street. Wednesday. 2*.
at 10:3* o'clock. Pianos, furniture,
j stove*. Ac. If you have anything you
want aold send it to »21 Broad street.
STATE OF GEORGIA,
! COLUMBIA COUNTY.
WILL BE HOLD ON THIi FIRST
TUESDAY IN NOVEMBER, IS»*.
at the Courthouse. In Appling. Colum
bia County. Georgia, between the le
gal hours of sale, the following real
estate, belonging to the estate of
James MoAndrew. Jr., deceased, late
of said state and county;
Atl that tract or parcel of land In
Columbia county, state of Georgia,
about ten miles from the city of Au
gusta. Ga., near Jenkln's Station, on
the P. R. & W. C. Railroad, con
taining six hundred and- seventy-two
acres, more or lees, living hounded bv
land of Mrs. M. E. Jenkins. Mrs.
It. Green. Mrs. E. J Dottier, Capt.
C. L. West, H. Sljlmky and P■ Arm
strong. The improvements thereon
consist of dwelling, gin houses, two
barns and eight houses for tenants.
Place ts well watered.
Terms —Half cash, balance in 12
months with 7 per cent Interest. Pur
chaser to recelv bond for title and pay
for all papers.
Administrator Estate of Jas. McAn
WANTED FIFTY SHOVELLERS
and one good blacksmith at Bath, S.
CRONIN A OLIVER.
The Bell Tower Drug Store,
CORNER GREENE AND JACKSON STREETS.
tWr- ruder new management A fall line of Fresh Drug*, Toilet Articles, Broshes
Etc tVe make a specialty of Physicians' Prescriptions.
PATTERSON & WADE
TIB WOPS OF LA ORIITE
(Ftps* the Chfeaca “JJadtcal Bra '»
'Katijr patfcrfeta ttcoftf wry ikvty.
Tt* !a«*itt*«3F siMt etU» to;
•orHUmi hi tit natut* as a totlt. nc
far tbia purport 1 am «U*M that I
j hat* f«ntn4 a prapa.rttkm fit' iiittn
[ta» t rvfrr to Vte If AIUAMV .*•
1 Per Cl $500,C00 7 Per Ct
FOREIGN CAPTTALIfiTfi WILL
LOAM HALF A MILLION DOLLAR*
*■ realty tn August*. Oa. Terms T
p*r rent. Foe furtbei Inionmathet re"
tnvlr attorney nt law. P. J. Sullivan.
E» . or Mr. P. Cl. Burum.
Wednesday. October 26
THE QUAINT COMEDIAN
“Man From flexlco!”
|g-M:t Opens Tuesday Morning at
usual p ac*.
PRICES —IV*xea and first five rows.
$1.50; balance of parquet. $1.25; Dress
circle, 11.00. No advance In balcony or
REMOVED TO 711 BROADWAY-
E. W. DODGE,
Manufacturer of Rubber
Stamps. Seals, Stencils,
Daters. Pads, Badges,&c
711 Broadway. Augusts, (in
Htrowger Phone :U-’.
Delightful Affairs at Home of Mrs.
Mrs. Rogers. 582 Fenwick street.
! complimented her friends with a pat ty
last Monday, and a delightful evening
was spent. Those present were:
Miss Lizzie Clark, Miss Bessie Hopkin
son. Miss Melrose Clark, Miss Ira
Hamilton. Miss Rose Hopkinson. Miss
Clara Hopkinson, Miss Cora Hankin
son. Mr. G. L. Holland. Mr. J. E. Con
ners, Mr. Chas. Vaughn. Mr. L. Cra
' sfcaw, Mr W. C. Rambo, Mr. W. B.
Queen Victoria sent a magnificent
Indian shawl and a ring as a wedding
present to Princess Dorothea of
Saxe-Coburg-Gotha. while her gifls to
the Duke of Augustenberg were a ring
and a very handsome silver epergne.