mum rntMIV, >»**sto*»a« dllMljM •• •net***. Uatoto* I
Georgia Railroad Bank
COMMENCCD 111 SIM Nt* Util .“ll** M |l. »%*•
PAID IP CAPITAL,
OlftfSCTutt * - N
j, wrT Ttrfiii. W> Hm> «( Ram N»t» |> B<t**»wi
Waw»)l*«* M‘ Mm Im*. ftmam • IwaAi !#«••#• Ih«nto*.
t. Jwwh Ffctotr Wav.
HON. WM. H. FLEMING.
Ilf A Ml)** the Rtceftl DtMftiik
hb Q«HI Nalabt* Artkto In U«
Hon. W.illa* M, FTaaalAff of O*ort a
to wi to M Ait ic to |»Wttot(l In tto
Waafctaftoa Pott, o* Jon* 2fl. »b«v*ta
to fair to ■Duly*** 'to Itoi and *«T
ctonrly to* Ml (to* urn* ptoliwi of
lb* atnorni i> party. or nt l*n»t vital
M ahouM ba. in r**«*» i« imny mtkm
alba tnmrwl bf ri»r«i fllllNto. tl
•boald b* rrma.'k'vi In paaalng that
judge IftomtoA la on* of lb* nto fair’
•fntod m*n wto baa totoilf non* to
«sn*t*«« and lb* pwarr of h • logtoal
Mind la fa*J atwaming national aa*o
ttm. o*lo| aatltsdy to bla aiai“«nta*t'
tig it atdity, and tb* aptrit of Jaaw iba*.
•rrm> to dototnni* but draoorral ,c ac
H# d*f*nd« Mr Bn! toy’a poaliloo in
lb* T*ua toadnr’a fwlir to obtain unl
ttoa'toa of an ton of bla party, and yn
d<j*t not iuatify tb* tout amp! aged to
obtain that rad. A rntmta of Ut* m*tu
ton of tb* bona* to outline a party pot
to* after tb* ocmaloii for aarb action
bad paaa*d *>aa nt but attain. Tb*
boat courp* for Mr. Dal tty to tutor pur
sued would ha** bran to arrur* an in
fxotal cottf*rrpce for the purpoa* of
defining futur* party action. Wb*n it
*■*« «*:d*et that a bindtag ennrua araa
not ini*t>d*d, and **p*riaJly wb*n Mr.
Bailey bad amcpttd tb* rraolutlon of
Congressman Mcßae. which provided
that raucua artlon ahould only ba bad
upon tto principles laid down In tha
Chicago platform, tbla ••much ado about
nothing" that baa br«n atirrrd up by
a ao-rullrd democratic praaa. wboar
•very utterance denote* them to b« tb*
anemic* of true drmorrary, la to say
tb* Ivaat. abaurd. Mr. Hallry'a reaolu
tlon may not have exprras-d the Id** It
man Intended to convey, but tb* (act
that Pougreyaman Mr Kao **ttl*d the
qut* t on through bla wsdom, in pre
t*n;lnk tb* above mentioned amend
ment. and Mr. Bailey's acceptance of
tb* same, should bav* ended the matter
Hlnro then tb* hired pres* who maa
querade under the name of democracy
have ,*«et> gpraalon to unjust!.' abuse
ssi vHllfy tb* p*r*ofia!|ty nf Mr, Bel
Tha haa born done without any re
aped to Juatlce or common dreency.
and baa assumed the proportion of bru
The wr ier haa disagrrod with mans'
poaitlona Mr. Bailey baa taken, and
atilt lrelieves that had an older and
mere experienced man bren chosen a»
tbe minority leader of the house. It
would have been better foe tbe demo
But as the leader of that party on
the floor of c*ngross, and when It is
evident tha' his intention In havng the
caucus called was for what be believed
was for the heat Interest of the pause
he represented, he deserves the protec
tion of the democratic press, who be
lieve in principle rather than in comic m
nation of those who are controlled b.v
mcr. enary masters. The Asaayer.
Biurt th» Kind You Have Always Bought
A THOUGHTLESS REMARK.
"It, Is remarkable," commented Mr.
Meek ten’s wife, "bow many men are
•uxi'.ua to leave home and engage In
"Yes." he answered, nbsently, “aome
people never knot* when they have
enough of anything.”
We are still continuing our Special
Sale. Don’t fail to visit our store be
fore all the Bargains are sold.
Spoons and Folks.
Get Prlws on Them.
Wm. Schweigert & Co.,
HE MAY BE LYNCHED.
\ Bibb C*sM) (rlaiail b Hbh
lto Daspft* Altewft tw Murder
Mil to M*.
Abner Taylor. • young farmer of lto
I Warrior dletrtot of Bibh roopty, at-
I tempted to bill bla wife and bar father.
Mr. Louan, Jala Buaday aflettxwa
Taylor - * wtf* left him about t»o
I mtuttba ago and retaraed to bar h
tber a bom*. Sunday after*ooa Tay
lor weal to Mr. Lun«#a bouse sod ask
*d hi* Alfa to r«ar» bam* with him
and ah* r«fua*d
Taylor torinr terribly mad at Ibl*.
and aald. rurslag •» h* did, that abr
would bav* to go boas* with him or be
would bill her, Mrs. Taylor * father
told Taylor that be did not thluk be
would kill aayow*. aad ba atepped la
front of bla daughter.
A* b* did tbla Taylor ahot bin Tha
ball bit him la tb* forehead and glan
ced upward, InStotiag only a flesh
wound. Bat lb* shot must hare atua
tied tjouge, aa b* tall to tha floor. A*
ll* did *o Taylor shot bits In tb* thigh,
making a aerloua wound.
Taylor then turned npna bla wife,
* h.. bad run Into tb* house He bil
lowed her and atabbed her set era I
times ta tbe back and attempted to
cat her throat.
After ramp!»tlt>g tb* horrfbla work
be left and returned home. While go
ing down tbe road be met two men
and told them what he bad dona
They Immediately gave the alarm
end a larg* party started tn pursu.t
It la thought that both Mr*. Taylor
und her father will recover, but If Tay
lor la caught by the mob which la
now after him be will bo aeverely dealt
Taylor commlttad bla crime not far
from where Tom Woolfotk killed nine
people Bath of tbe houae* ate aot
Both Umge and Taylor are well-to-do
formers end arc very popular meu
Many people gathered at the arena of
tlic crime and the crowd talked aa If j
they would lynch Taylor If he could be
Nothing ha* been heard from tb*
acetic of tbe crime since early Monday
morning, and It 1* not known yet
whether the man ha* been raugot.
DR. STOKES ENDORSED
By tbe Farmer'* Alliance of Dougherty
St. George'*. S. C., July if.—At a re.
cent meeting of the Farmers' Alliance
of Dorchester county, the fqjkiwlng
officers were elected: L. W. Wetoberry,
rreetdenf, I>. U. Campbell, vice pres
ident: A. W. Rumph. secretary; W. B.
Murray, treasurer; Johti Klier, chap
lain: L. E. Parler, lecturer.
The following resolution was adopt
'Whereas, Dr. J. Wm. Stokes ha*
been Untiring In hi* efforts ns » mem
ber of congress from our district In
trying to break up the gambling In ag,
rlrultural product* by money sharks;
therefore, be it
••Resolved. That we, the member* of
Dorchester County Alliance, reiterate
our former endorsement of his action
nnd pledge him our support In trying
to carry out his object, which we deem
II grand object to tbe agricultural in
A. W. Rumph, Secretary.
ESTABLISHED 1890—Reliable TTnels
Lew will lend you any amount of mon
ey for any length of time on all hinds
of personal property at a very low rate
of Interest. All transaction* atrlctly
confidential. Steel-lined burglar proof
cases. Under the Arlington hotel, on
Jackson street. Lewi* J. Schoul.
THE RAILROAD WORLD.
| Wli) tli CcAtnt** An U**t
i tto* faewtags of lto* tto*rgig A Ala*
Apsakttto of fb* Criltvl *f flaw a *
I railway, Tto to#** Turk JawrbaJ as
r*flMW»n* aad CtoaMWtrrtoi flwlia ta
say, that lto cwasnsi 14a*swt »«w't*ar §
pr f t*wf bawd* bav* tw*a l*w*w fwt
name day* It app**** tha* tb* baaswb
tow ttoatf dec It** la lb* diaao lut.wß ad
lb* ayadrat* wkbb a* *ba IHS* m s lb*
rvefpatv toth-o *ad*fwfwta As a*to*
t * oßrfWd as tb* snatalh atbtok *»»
a*t vary a**r***d*l. Tb*** bawd* ba**
anw b*** p a** t* <b* »y*d <at* *•**»-
hefa. wbu bav* k»ro*aa fra* t* tall If
tb*v d»v;i* ta da a*. Tbay a*® a**erai
potato below tb* ayadtoat* prit*, Ttw
towtbraaaiat report of tb* road wltt
show tb at lata* aaaa* bar* bora *■•
pawdad w lb* prapsrty tbla yawr for
impraveaaawia awd ie*tisnara* tb#**
bvtr>a rUtrgsd to oprratlag aapea*** A
larg* propowkw of tb*** atpraae* are
la ib# aatar* as paraaaarot improve
ments Tk* «' «bt of rati baa tmw
miriiot aad torw* a***utto* of atabty
fie* pound Mvttowa bav* b**m pat
Tbs raralags of tb* Ceatral nt Ortr
gta ra.lwap during tto* four'k w*sk la
Jua* way* |Io7JU apal*a< (MPA tow
tto* lorrenpondl** week laat year. Tto*
total earn tags alucs Jan*ary | to tto*
**d of tto# footib w**k ta Jan* **e*
IS.4UPM. *ga aM tLMN.Ud for tto*
ram* period in 11*7. Tto* rsniigt of
the Georgia %ad Alabama railroad da
rap tbe fourth arek to June were $77.-
•U. against $111«J during A# corren
poodlng week Into year. Tto* total
earnings since January 1 to tb* end of
tb* fourth weak la Jua* ware sSk7.tlS.
against $494.7(2 for Ike same period a
Grou earning* (or alt roada la tb«
I'Di'd RUIN report In* for June or part
of the month ara fS2.3di.iil, S.t prr
(•ml owr last pear, and 4.1 per teat
over 1822. The latest return* arc Mr
tee than earlier flgu re*. HouLhsra.
Western nod Triiah line* are the on!*
roads reportln* a moierlal gala over
1822. On Rout4twest*rn mad* there la.
a loss. Tbs advantage at report tn*
separately earnings of Canadian and
Mexican roada la again ahoarn In the'
June atatement In tbe rompmltion with
The anU-training bill prohibiting
ticket brokeia. reported m both houses
cf coogreaa, went over to the next act- j
Tbe Chesapeake and Ohio Is at ill in- >
creasing Ita export facilities through !
i Newport News, and the loading of
! adatiieri thete for Manchsater, Eng
land. having proved sstisfactory. and
demonstrated the poaa'bllHlts for a
large trade In both directions, k. range
menta have been made for a regular
line to be called tbe Manchester and
The Pullman Palace Car company;
will distribute f 25.200.000 of lla $26,- I
792.258 surplus to stockholders. A cash
dividend of twenty tier rent will be
paid tn addition to tbe regular quarter
ly two per cent dividend. In October a
slock dividend of fifty per cent will be
distributed. With tbe new stock the to
tal Issue will be $54,000 000. The div-)
idend tate on the new stock hereafter
hus been fixed at 1 1-2 per cent quar
The Railway Age says: During the
past half year receivers base been ap
pointed for only Bcven railroad compa
nies. with an aggregate of 347 miles,
and a combined capital aud bonded
debt of $25,400,000. This statement :
compares with twenty-seven receiver
ships, an aggregate of 6.232 miles, and
a total capital and bonded debt of
$370,200,000 in tbe first half of 1898. 1
gales under foreclosure, being the
cleaning up of the wrecking of 1893,
reached n total of $110,078,000. Nine
teen properties with a mileage of 2,-
374 miles, have been sold under fore
closure proceedings. The sales dur
ing the past six months have been the
largest of any like period in five years,
with two exceptions 1896 and 1897,
when the totals were $349,049,000, and
How the Maine is Remembered in
Waycross, Ga., July 13.—Alfred 7..
Wesley, foreman of the Journal olflee,
is in receipt of a postal card from a
friend at his former homo, St. John.
New Brunswick, which is printed to
colors, with "Old Glory" in the upper
'left hand corner underneath the Amor-
Icon eagle. The words "Canada, Mem
orabilia, Maine, U. S. Davy,” are in tb?
beak of the eagle, Canadians are "re
membering the Maine."
DISCOVERED BY A WOMAN.
Another great discovery has b:en
'made and that too by a lady in this
'country. "Disease fostened Its clutches
[upon her and f r seven years she with
stood its severe tests, but her vital or
gans ..ore undermtoed and death seem
ed Imminent. For three months she
coughed incessantly and could not
sleep. She finally discovered a way to
recovery by purchasing of us a bottle
|of Dr. King’s New Discovery for Con
i’sumption end was so much relieved on
| taking the first dose that she slept nil
I night: and w ith two bottles has been
absolutely cured. Her name is Mrs.
Luther Lutz. Thus writes W. C. Ham
miek & Co., of Shelby, N. C. Trial bot
tles 19c. at Howard & Willet's drug
store. Regular size 50c and SI.OO. Every
THB AtIdIJBTA HERALD.
MtUcfiptin* fivfdtMKld tAlrrti»«
mat * * *■*
uatoHwt Appmtalad •# tof*v(da
toanaaawry I mfgtwga
*f%& A ft ONll< l t VI it
it*m***m m M*m* t*t *W
«af Ip« MMwt *•
| I'fp JsftoliWNl'N MMI i ***
f « |js)t||fyff!itt rtl l##T is** IS 9IMI
! met. We laaea that to**, I. to M>a»*.
) tto* praaldhtd tide*, tfl abdraewfbd *•
! get on* of tb* btotoop* to toe pwwl
and pwable On l**t P nod ay maratoi
I Re* W to ftsanbam appotntod iba
I iwicrwtaa commit to* ta **w*t* totwam
j tmt (bad» lepa'r* aad to meet them
a*4 mwnrt tto*** t* ttoato b»m**
j yistswa. K to, Gibpn*. Due* WililM**
] awd It B M*m* Tbla rammMta* will
«wl) apnn tto* Aidarawt mamtu<• at
| tk* MettoadM rtoarA I* • law day* *<f
obtal* tto* **mk*r dI dsolrad borne*.
It wilt ant b* aay litwbi# tor menra
boms* for lb* d*to«ai*a. fur Mlltoda*-
yltla will mtaad la a**to aad terry ea#,
a aaoot cordial nrltaan
Friday wbll* tb* eoaf****** M *»
I aanalo* ba* baas a*t a*id# by Dr. Mia-j
op fbr tA* go worth flawpwa. Tbt# will
carry abe*t twrwty detopa*** *v*s* to!
tb* Hty far tbat day. Mr* Anrai
Braotf*. aad Miaaea Ml*al* Onrabefi
ard Idly Frame, have ton rboat* a#|
a commlttm t* •***»» bom** for tb**a
■tr isgat»a A mow iat*rs*4i*a prapram
i h#* hfffl irriftfH fnr UU nyhl'Wi
MTfkil *IH M fc#t4
Hr,a Walter R Hill of Macoa. wllti
[ <StlfY«r mi tddrtoM •( tight.
Tti? Matiot of Ilk# fofiffrtoftff tiH
tM • moot fottmtisii oo# th^|
tifiißift of ffc«#r ftvoU'f tortiHi In
t|» viitfird of th+!r Mw’tf will fctva
upon nil of tli# WUrtttrM* gvopl#
Ibe Dead Nero of AaatUgo Well
know a In Georgia.
j Captain Align K Caprua, who waa
killed tn tbe bailie Friday rooming be*
Isteefi tbe Rough Rider* ond lie* Span
:lth. near flantlago de Cuba, was wrell
.known by sever*! gentlemen In this
! city, sa4 by all of them he was es
[teemed and admired. Hl* father. Cap
'tain AUyr Caprco, la f raptaln In the I
j Firm Artillery, aad I* regarded as ona }
of the moot reliable officers la that ,
I branch of site service.
When young Allyn K. Caprofl reached 1
|Ms majority h* determined to follow [
the life of a soldier o* hi* father before |
him had done. After vainly endear- I
i ortng for some years to obtain an sp- [
jpolntment to the military academy at I
West Point he determined to enlist as |
a private nod trust to bui abllltlea
when (he time came to apply f»r »
commiaalon. , „
| He did not over-estimate Ms ability. !
He was rapidly promoted through the
list of non-commlaaloned officer*. and
when, a* a sergeant, he was ordered
up for examination, he readily stood
the lent On <»ct. 7, 1893, he was made
second lieutenant, and was ordered to
report to the fifth Infantry, now sta
tioned at McPherson, for duty.
He did not, however, come to thl* city
with his regiment, having been prgvb
ouafy ordered on detached duly at
Mount Vernon. At hit own request
he was transferred to the cavalry j
branch of the service on Nov, 39, 1894,
and reported for duty to the seventh
There he was tn the company of Cap
tain Jamea R. Erwin, who is now a«t
ing adjutant general of the Georgia
volunteers, hnvlnß sure ceded Captain
Oscar Brown. Capron remained with
the seventh cavalry until he was giv
en the position of regimental adjutant
of the Hough Riders.-with the rank of
At the time young Capron received
this appointment, his father. Captain
Capron. wus nt Tampa with his com
pany of artillery. The old gentleman
showed the telegram from his son an
nouncing the appointment to hi*
friends there, and seemed almoet as
| happy as the message indicated young
I Thedwttle of Santiago was the first
i battle Captain Capron had ever en
gaged In, and it rather hard that oi.e
[of such promise ond ability should lose
Ihls life at the verv outset of the wor.—
AT CAHP NORTHEN.
Many Hen There and More Arrive on
Griffin, Ga., July 13.—Sunday was a
day of rest to the soldiers tn camp, as
all were allowed to go to church or do
as they pleased.
There ore now needy 400 men In
ramp and more ore arriving on every i
train. About 100 came In this morning.
They were Immediately carried to the
camp ground and given quarters with
their respective companies.
Capt. Kolshorn's men. numbering
about 46. arrived Saturday and Sunday,
and seem well satisfied with their sur
roundings. and enter very willingly up
on the discharge of their duties. These
are a fine lot of men, being all Germans
and of the healthiest type.
The regiment Is now supplied with
the regular army ration, which Is fresh,
wholesome, in obundonee and enjoyed
Many of she commissioned officers
are eating with the men and seem to
enjoy It as well as the others. Col. Can
jdler is well pleased with the appear
ance of Ws men. and thinks he will
I have the crack regiment of volunteers.
He has not yet put tbe men In regular
routine, but expects to do so very
In a new picture displaying device
curved guided rails are r.tached at the
top and belt cm of a baseboard and
Blotted to receive pins projecting from
the movable picture cards, which slide
over from one side of the track to the
other to show both sides. Chicago
4TH OF JULY INCIDENT
Tl* IttMMtdd ill lie Af«aU dI tfe*
Vk by lb* Coinfi< MdlWbuia tMd *W
Hoar taospt* Ofpeaa.
Tb**« baa b**w a* maab
AtfflrOt IlMl Miff HiMMI to
]i oi fghCK litt • MMUm tn poHff 4g»Oi«
|Ni tgs# j*||#nM«ti ctuM fawiHii of Jnif i
(lit tl to <«m»4 II Ii
I%m tl* tig lito Mltoto MMMt«9 topfuft
jUto IN Mtm.
Tto Mtottol #jfrnpnti4»ru Ml tlto In*
IfMNNiI irntt tMt fit* It tttto ttoftotont* |
!f of ti« r rrutof toftto |ln4 ll toM;
ItM ilfiit,Atvi tltoftom Is tiftoflHti
r tlto loot firtcrdfl mm* ink j
I wtlfUtoL Tlto Mi* Uni tot mm j
| in on tnvotonn tontine tto nfdftni nf I
j Col IMI ton Wtokto:
IntM cm. aacihi. on.
I "Tb# Afwroa Clak cordially Hivltsr
< yo* to part«ctp*t* ta tb* rwMwattoa of
f tb* npprawbtap Fo*ftb *f July, aad
to atuad Ms a body, tbe addraa* t* to
[ delivered by tb* lira. Jobs Tempi*
i Grama, ad l to o'clock p m.
•J, C C. Black Pm
*Jf aay ebaap* la pwA* la tb* pra
i graaa dm brntow wIU ba ftraa »a iba
, newspapers I
! "dealt provided la gallery. G rev as I
In response to tbl* taritatloa. Cot
B'orkvr **at tb* fed lowing.
August*. O*. Jua# 29th. I*9*
I "Ho* J. C C Bl nek, Frea. J*P*r*oo |
Cl*b, City -Dear Sir Yoor lav I tat ton
extended to tb* Tbtrd hotiallpo. Geor
gia To'untrers Colored, to bond.
I will lay tb* matter before tb# mil
itary board of tb* halt a lion, at * apt
rial meeting trwlg.it
Thank.ng you In advance of tb* de
claim of tb* board for tb* Invitation to
tbe rswbratkw of tb* approaching
Fourth. I am.
"Your* very respectfully,
(Signed ) "Uolab Blocker.
U*ut. Col. Com,"
Rol. Blocker a too caused to be rent
put tb* following order to tk* cop
ula* nf h.r battalion:
••('apt. Sir: —You are
hereby ordered to appear at tb* armory .
with your command on Monday. July,
4, 1891. at 4 o’clock p. m. la dree* uni |
Ton* lo participate In rebrbrptlng the 1
Fourth of July uader the auspice* of
tk* Jißeraoo Club.
“We shall march to the opera hou**l
to ttataa to an oration by Hon John j
Temple Graves. It is not certain tbat
there will be any street parade.
• Maet promptly at 4 o’clock.
By order: “I Blocker.
"LX. Col. Com.
"Lewi* E. Moseljr, lat. Ut and AJL"
This order having been promulgated
Col. Blocker received tb* following:
"Tbe Jefferson Club. Augusta. Ga..
June 30th. 1898.—Lieut. Col. 1. Bleak
er, city.—Dear Sir:—Yours of tb* 29th
Inst., and nlao of this data received. I
did not know until receipt of yours of
the 29th Inst, tbat tbe Invllaeion you
acknowledge had been sent There,
were a number of printed Inyltatlon*
with ray name to theta, also printed,
one of which I suppose was sent to you ,
without my knowledge. I have not been
.able until now to advise you of the
mistake, which I very much regret.
(Signed.) "J. C. C. Black, Pres."
Upon the receipt of thi* rycall of the
Invitation Col. Blocker withdrew hi*
call to bis captains.
The matter of recall of tnvltatioo
was thus alluded to Mr. E. B. Hook,
aecrotary of Club, aa the
publication of Col. Blocker’s order had
given rise to gossip of a sensational
ebrracter. Mr. Hook thought It best
that the public be placed In possession
ot the facts In tbe caae. "so that they
might Intelligently form their opinions
nnd ho saved any unnecessary misun
derstandings or undue excitement.” Ho
“Major Black r.?nt me seme printed
Invitations signed by him as president
of the Jefferson Club, to be mailed to
different organisations tn the city. In
viting their attendance upon the exer
cises of Kre Jefferson Club and the
speech of Mr. Graves at the opera
house on tha Fourth of July. Being so
licitous that Mr. Graves should have a
good audience to hear his speech after
mailing Invitations to all the organiza
tions, I also sent oue to Dr. Burrows,
Dr. Plunket, Dr. Kendal, Father Mc-
Mahon and other ministers, asking
them to announce the exercises to their
congregations on Scnday and Invite
their attendance upon this patriotic oc
“Having done this. It occurred to me
iharth? empty top galle-y would bo a
dreary looking wastJ to a speaker, and
tt would be much better to have It ftll
e'd with the best, element of our negro
citizens. It was not probable that any
but the more intelligent would care to
attend such exercises, and they would
te benefited by hearing whal would be
said. I accordingly sent a similar no
tification to Rev. C. T. Walker, Rev.
C. J. Wilkins and Rev. W. J. White,
tha three most prominent negro minis
ters that occurred to mo, Informing
tfci-n that seats in the gallery would
be provided for negro citizens desiring
to attend the exercises, and asking
them to make announcement to their
congregations. An invitation also
sent to Lieut. Col. Blocker to have his
battalion occupy seats tn the gallery.
So careful was I that there should be
no misunderstanding that 'l stated in
writing that fK® mtpn®-.- ra the *M-
by buying our $2. 10 Gonts
Shoes thlg week. They are
strictly $3.00 Shoe* made
up in newest styles amt
best quality leather— Vid
Kid. Willow Calf and Cloth
Tops. See our window.
846 BROAD ST.
l#ry atm M Ofttfii ttrett ia4 coloffd |
rtti**n* voaM tutor Itort.
"After ssttdlaa out tbra* lev I tat lout j
I weal to-Atiauia to tb* eta to roevsa
uou. aad tb* eext day, la my atota*.
Major Black received from a aegru
minuter and tb* colonel of tb* bat
tallow note* of acceptance of tb* last-1
tatloa from iba Jeffrrsoa Club. Not [
knowing tbat awy Invitation bad been I
Usucd them, nod supfftwing tbat tb*
print.d Invitation bad gotten to them
through a mistake. President Biai k j
called a meeting of tbe exeruUva com-,
mittee. explained tb* situation and as- j
Ur aome discussion. It waa decided to
writ* tbe negro ministers and officers
tbat tb# Invitation* bad b««a **ot,
them without tbe knowledge ot tb<-
president, and by mistake. This was
"The artlon published by The Her-,
•Id yesterday was probably taken by 1
tbe colored battalion before President ’
Black's note r.ealllog tbe Invitation j
was received. Tbat I* tbe whole story.
I Invited them to occupy seats lo the
negro gallery, and tbe Invitations were
subsequently recalled by tbe executive
committee. Aa It now stands, the gal
lery will be open, and seats will be
there at tbelr aervlce for any negro
citizens who desire to attend the excr
clacs. but tbe Jefferson Club extends
no InvHatlon to them to do (b ”
Hon. C. R. Bush, president of tbe
Ollmer County (W. V.) Court, says
that he haa bad three cases of dux In
his family, during the past summer,
which he cured In less than a week
with Chamberlain’* Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy. Mr. Bush also ,
states that in some Instances there
were twenty hemorrshge* a day.—
Glenvll!*, W. V., Pathfinder. This rem
edy has he >n used In nine epidemic*
of flux and one of cholera, with perfect
suceesa. It eon always be depended up
on for bowel complaint, even In Its
meat severe forms. Every family should
keep It at hand. The 25 and 50 cent bot
tles for sale by Alexander Drug A Seed
Co.. C. R. Farr, of Bell Tower Drug
Mr. 3. T. Harris, Proprietor Harris
Lit Li a Springs.
Dear Sir: While It !p contrary to my
custom to give testimonial* to remedial
agencies, I feel free to attest to the
effiracy of the Horira Llthta Water
(whrn uaed in large quantiles) In the
Rheumatic and Gouty Diatheses; In
engaged states of the Kidneys; In in
flammation of the Bladder, end In all
eases where there is an excess of sol*
Ids In the urine. Yous respectfully,
GEO. HOWE, M. D.
Camden. S. C., August 24, 1893;
Mr. J. T. Harris:
Dear Sir: I enclose you in this lettea
several pieces of calculi posssd by a pa
tient of mime, who has been taking t)io
“Harris Spring* Water” for the past 1*
months. This gentleman has been a
sufferer for two or three years with
Cystitis, caused from stone. The solv
ent power of tho water has been, I
think, clearly demonstrated In this cage.
All these fragments were passed in two
evacuations from his bladder in tha
past ten days. I consider Harris Spring
Water o most excellent remedy in the
Uric Acid Diathesis,also in chronic dys
peptic troubles. I am, yours respect
fully, A. W. BURNET, M. D.
THE HERALD’S WIT m
FNJOY LARGEST CIRCULATION
JULY I a
VOtNO PI LLMAN.
H «• Stated That He ftoy Oo ta
Chrago, July 17 T ung Georg* Pult
i roast h*a left the city for |j*g ftrajwh.
jevtd bt* friend* here araert that to baa
I »re»e there to btd goodbye to bla *no->
It her before entering tb* army. It was
• t first eald be bed ntlptM: hut the
.recruiting oflt<*# records do oot show
[that this la so,
| It la eald that he ha* l«n urging gms
|of bla tat* father's Influential friends
ltd secure hint • r,.mmts*ion, and tbat
| hope has been held out to him that
<me may ho had. From Lout Branch he
! will go to Washington to urge hta
; denied any knowledge at Mr Pullmaa’g
| intention to enter tb* army, but he
added that rnmmiaalons seemed easy to
’gel. awd It might be that one would
it* given to the young man. Cartaia
■ friends of the latter assert positively
that he will enter the aervlce.
A JOKC ON STONEY.
The Letter Made him Laugh and
Assistant Surgeon Stoney for tfyj
j related company I* at present the vk
| tlm of *i y*#d J >l|*. Dr. Stoney la a
colored man of rduretlm and muen
courtesy, awd will consequently appre
ciate Its puMiratlsn He examined a
recruit yrsterduy and need'-dm letter
con.ornlnr him. A note was written
to a certain lady to) tbe city for whom
Uilile worked. In answer come a lat
ter from the lady. She said that Billie
via a hard worker, industrious acd
"aa honest a* colored folks generally
Dr. Ston»y la a colored man himself,
but appreciates a joke and handed tlm
letter over to a reporter of The Regto
j ter, remarking: “All coon* look aliko
jto this lady; but she docs not know a
Dr. Stoney 1* a responsible phyalclan
of Augusta among his people, apd.
every white physician In that city'
signed his apnlieotlon for the position
he now occupies.—Columbia Register.
A novel sort of window class hag
been Invented. or sons on U» insldb
of the house can see through It. hut 11
Is opoqiue to those on the outside.