" SceSt DISCOUNT
No tlm# for fin# writing j no tlm# on
your part to road it* Hero are facta in
Practically Every Depart
ment la Affected By Liberal
Exceptional chance* growing out of
SOLDIERS W< JINKS
Trxft Thai Pisal Thraach Aa
gtMa Lad Week.
How Id CbßrlM*ofi Wl'h Fo lo#
Unab* to Rttualt Them
It afHR* ib>t lit w4itf boy* tbfl
caw* .InNb AugorU IDM «"»•
er ctmMDaad i 4 Offtfril WilaoD. b-‘u;. 1
for f Das krsrem. bit* h*«" having •
high oM tin In lb* jOMe bf tb#
According to A. A. Marshall of Bd
vitineh »bo *M iB CbbtlritO® c “
M< nda> *fHH* of ibi* troop* bar* b**n
hr having ootrogrooily. turn In* tbc
■tnid old vhy u|w:de <k«rn. «h* poi'ce
being nIK-ll)' ugaulr to cog*- *.lb
They mad* tb* night* bbetlilt for
tb* rrtMent* bM thnr# •** •**
provrmrm IB thrir conduct ttt to* us>
tlm*. ■. » •,
• Crowd* of »ui; 1 <
blind tbt«r*. drinking tbrraseive* full,
•ad lb*a refuting to pay The m*a
who ran the diee* tjuldn’t aqur-l. b»-
cauar ibey knew they '»*re "ioiatma
tb* l*w and would get the w rat of it
If they protested. They stole ci*ai»
by the bo* full »nd refused to pay for
Mr. Marshall any* th»: It waa not at
nil uncommon V> sc* tnfantrymen run
sad catch colored women, wfcc® thty
would enfold !s ihcir arms, embrace,
and walk up aod <t »Wn lb* StrreU to
I The police arretted etnurtl**** m«n-
Lunable to land • heir men la tb* bsr-
Karkt. M the * /Id -rt would
■•time to the r«fcc»p iff' their rararsde*
[and take them aWay frerm the pollce-
■Mr M:ir*hEll states that the conduct
"•the men wit outrageous and wis
eongratulating hitnedf that bis city,
Savnnnah.hnd escaped the lnfllcdon o!
Coming and Goins: of Your Friend*
Mark B. Henry went to Charleston
Mr. J. T. Miller has returned from
L. F. Verdery left this morning for
Harris Lltbia Springs.
The Misses Bearden went to Madi
son, Gs., today, to spend a month with
Misa Jessie Snelling,' who has been
visiting in Augua'a. has returned to
her home in Ma-Jiaon.
Mrs. Stanley Wsislger went tip the
Georgia rend this morning to spend a
short while at Maysvlile.
Mrs. A. Duncan Jone* and her son,
Master Tracey Tharpe J >*es. left for
Harris Llthia this morning, to spend
the mimmer there.
Misses Jennie and May Wilkinson,
and Pena Rainey of Augusta, are viß
iting the Missips Freeman on Academy
Mr. Terry Sheron. the popular busi
ness manager of The Augusta Horald,
spent Sunday In Savannah and at Ty
bee. His many Mends were glad to
see him. —Savannah Press.
Mr. W. H. Tutt. Jr„ of Augusta, is
in the city. Ho came down to spend
several days at Tybee, but he could not
gpt ar.eommodaticns at the hotels,
which are all crowded. He is stopping
at the De Soto. Savannah Press.
This is For You.
Would say to all my numerous cus
tomers that I have returned to the
cl|y. and will be happy to see each and
everyone. Will also add that I will be
pleased to pee onyone suffering from
nny form of scalp trouble. Let me help
you before it is too late. Call on me
at the same place—B2s Broad street.
The services at the Christian church
tonight at 8:30 o’clock will be very u
terestlng Indeed. Mr. S. Waters Mc-
Gill, the state secretary of the Y. M.
C. A., will deliver the address, and it
will be a strong and thrilling one. He
is a most excellent speaker and never
fails to Interest his audience from the
This meeting tonight is free to ev
I CUE MOl BOARD-
Mm YtMfr4av ti Tulhmi limb
School la Aaaaal SrsMoa.
Nluat *On* T*nab#rn IU-i!soi*d- ,
Four Vhoai c #* to Ho flilrd.
Tfc# Cat Board of Education m«t j
ffitrrdftf it tilt Ttshuin llLei aotiool.
<4l dut* in lie tftnmia for (N rooiiDK
Ttitif Mriitr tmrirn ind 25
rolorrd, iiiuk n ■ total of 91. four
I l>r caitrd f r LT diy nett. Th “w v*»-
! ranfift art it follows: o«w* it ti''
WirC4lswn school, vw'.nn ta lie win
r aw of Mbs Utfsdf. Another si (hr
Fifth Want arhool, owing to the rr
mesa! t Texas of Mias Cartoll. An
other at the Dr ldira Grammar drnool
ewinx to tb** apjy. oacb'n*; marriage of
‘one of the teachers. The fourth va
cancy la at the First Ward Colored
i school, caused h** the removal to
Washington of Jennie Hope, the wife
of Judsea Lyons.
THE COLORED TROOl»S.
The Company From Atlanta Arrived
I h!> Afternoon.'’'
The colored troops now In camp at
Turpin Hill are having a touch of real
camp life. They arc, on account of the
j mud at the camp, compelled to atay
confined to the tenta. They are nst
suffering at all, the food being both
plentiful and wholesome. As fast as
•he troops arrive, tent* are issued to
them and they prepare, for camp
Lieut. Col. Withrow, now in e«m
--i nrand, rays: "The men will begin lo
drill as soon as the weather permits.”
The uk n ha -e been supplied with uni
firms, blankets, ponchos, etc., and are
all toge.her well fitted up. In fact, they
| - t. 1 fitted tip quicker than the white
troops, alt bough not quite si well.
Oapt. A. P. H. Mullarkv Is now sta
tioned at the camp and Is himself see
[ lug a little camp life. No doubt a trip
t 5 the camp In a few days would be
enjoyed by the young men who have a
desire lo see what camp life Is
Company A from Atlanta, under
command of Captain Tebbils, arrived
over the Georgia railroad, on the
2:20 train, this afternoon. The routine
of the Tenth regiment will be given
out within the next few days.
The Outcome of the Struggles tn
l cogue Diamonds.
The leaders again struck their gait
yesterday, and defeated tbc Orioles in
Baltimore 5 11 4
Cincinnati 10 15 0
The Brcwns were defeated by the
Gian's in New York.
R H E
New York 7 6 1
St. Louis 1 7 1
The Spiders won from Philadelphia,
on the latter’s grounds.
R H E
Philadelphia 3 7 3
Cleveland 614 0
Brooklyn won from the Pirate® in
R H E
Brooklyn .4 8 3
Pittsburg 1 5 3
The. Champion-:) whipped the Colonels
R H E
Boston 6 10 2
Louisville 2 5 2
The Orphans defeated the Senators
R H E
Washington 3 6 10
Chicago 7 9 4
The dance which was to have token
place at Lakeview Tuesday night will
be at Odd Fellows, hall, corner JabUson
and Ellis streets, Thursday evening,
flpUt9 SUltS* M ill .kgffl i |k'eg
Un of TsslfH
Oo to CSMI ID (|Mff* ID OlMg*
Of DSMtf*D*t OMtS'l
r*p)* S fftw*M wt lt» T%sM tWfi*
fIMMSt fE|l| K*fl4 II #PtfWs 0( •
400* m m*m #ff Ml «#•! #t iMim *»»
• - i- : "1
T. Thomas Hodn railroad man:
W E. Muß.gan. locomotive freman;
0 R Otar her. blacksmith;
Kcalcy Rodea. cotu.B mill operative I
John Trevta. foreman tn the chalk
Sergeant Pinckney A. Steiner, for-1
in .*n auditor's office of the
The mt o ate to tie la charge at Ser- 1
gram T. 0. Garrett,
SOME OF THE VOLUNTEERS.
The names of those already in camp
Jack Miller, Lotil* Cole, Geo. M.
Garvin, Jr- Charles Harrison, W. N.
Fcrd. W. Chapman. J. S. Jones, Joe
Aifipe, W. T. Smith, and G. Troup
Dr. L. W. Fargo is the examining
THE LARGE TURTLE
At Jansen’s Killed Yesterday After
The large turtle al Mr. J. W. Jan
sen's place ou lower Bills street was
kilitd yesterday afternoon hy cutling
the arteries on earh side of the neck.
Quite a number of steaks were gotten
and orders for them are abundant; in
fact so abundant that there are not
enough steaks to fill the orders.' The
soup will be served at 11 o’clock to
Two hundred and thirteen eggs wore
gotten out of the turtle. »
The Phllophronean Literary Circle.
The Phi ioph rones n Literary Cireie
held Its regular meeting last night.
Despite the Inclement weather there
was a large attendance. Tbe following
officers Were elected for the ensuing
President —G. Robert Coffin.
Vice President—Mr. W. W. Tomlns.
Secretary—Miss Viola Stoy.
Treasurer—Miss Florence F. Meyer.
The circle met at the homo of Miss
Emma Hains, and was very pleasantly
At the Arlington are: J. C. Williams,
New York; Chas. W. Wilkes, Phila
delphia; J. Albler, New York; W. M.
Seatt, Atlanta; E. S. Edmonson, Al
abama; F. B. Fielding, Charlotte; T.
S. Biers, Rich mead.
Planters: O. T .Smith, North Caroli
na; H. Powers, Nashville,
Commercial : C. W -Durbin, St.
Gree.-i turtle soup tomorrow morning
at 11 o’clock at Jansen’s, 706 Ellis
Mr. C. H. Camfleld, a prominent real
estate and bond broker, formerly Of Au
gusta, but now of Birmingham. Ala., is
stopping at the Commercial for a few
n i. V' aikiuhtMjPat.d.
simpu I. mm
JsM L“\»tiij Hk*i V*s Mm hi
I ’i'lSf ol *
I tt HfUfitlCl# th* |t»l INi i
/ BDwe BD(e#B Bi D MM.IIIgI—W w«rsßß
fees* iid** id IS* s'ffton id ptgsM tn
I A pulley ts lasßtsßc* ta Buy few.
I file *« t" B city Of MiWßty of
ty b sum*, rntijr, or etiy offtrlßi are
Check*, mnrtgsg®* and sasllar fforu
sad loan ssaortat ,oa* must be
I When a draft is vrpptat for payment
It Biust be stamped, si hough ll was
I Stamped v hen Issued.
A railroad company seed stamp only
Itbe nrig'nal and oar duplicate of a
Mil it ladlag If the gnecrament or
' a* Mr else wants more ropUa they
j must pay for the s amp* oa them,
j Liquors bottled for sale most be
!stamped at the time of bottling. Irre
spective of the fact that they may be
I kept la stock to be aged before the
A traveling salesman, selling by
sample, although he may be warktng
co a commission. Is not a commercial
broker within the meaning of the law.
A Judgment note must be stamped. A
check, draft, or money order upon any
body must be stamped. The law ta
uni restricted in this regard to the op
eration* of bank*.
The commissioner’* rulfhg regarding
th* stamping of newspaper dispatch"*
I Is to the following effect:
T. A combination or rlrrutt report
I nerds but one stamp, notwithstanding
Uhe receiver may distribute copies
[among several persons.
Si. A dispatch filed or sent In sections
I needs but one stamp. But It must tie
"funpleud within one calendar day.
must be but a single message when
3. A digpa'ch addressed to two or
more papers must be stamped for each
4. Messages sent over leased wires
need not be stamped.
5. “Overflow" messages that cannot
be carried on a leased wire atid which
*re fled with a telegraph company for
transmission, must be stamped, the
same as regular entries. No stamp Is
required on duplicates and tripll
Merchaldise entered at exterior ports
fhr warehouse and transportation Is
I subject, tn stamp on entry for consump
j tjon. or re-warehousing at Interior
at valdosta: -
Argument In Fnvor of Officials Carry
ing Concealer' Weapons.
In addition to the gola week and car
nival of sport, which opens at Valdosta
today, the county clerks, sheriffs, chlrfa
of police and marshals of Georgia are
i to nwet in convention and an effort
is to be made to have a law passed nl
■ lowing such rfflcinls to carry concealed
| weapons. There arc many reasons why
certain officials should be allowed to
To say nothing of the appearance of
exposed weapons, It gives a criminal
decided advantage when officers at
[tempt to make arrests. Seeing where
the weapon is strung it is no difficulty
to make an unexpected lunge and dis
arm the officer, or at least. It tn easier
than If the weapon Is concealed. More
over, exposed weapons are a hindrance
| to detectives In making urresta for the
reason that criminals can recognize
them In this way. Some of the most
important errests arc by the detectives,
so that too many advantages cannot
be given to enable them to properly
discharge their duties.
NOTES OF THEATRES.
Where Augusta Favorites Are Doing
The following theatrical notes are
of interest to Augustans: »
DcWolf Hopper has revived Wang,
and is playing it at Manhattan Beach.
Victor Herbert’s Band is also at
Signor Del Puente, who sang The
Barber of Seville In Augusta, last sea
son, is at Proctor's Pleasure Palace, as
are also the Nichols fitters, who de
lighted Augustans duritfg Merry Mak
Gertie Gilson is singing in Norfolk,
Va., Delmore & Lee ami Will & Loret
ti are, with “Cooks Tot»y’ inside Kos
ter & Blais.
Paplnto of Atlanta Xiacadero fame
is at Keiths. . :
MORI TOPS PASSING-
Siv Tftlx* Cm Ttnoitl A«g**t«
Eifly Tlu Martiag.
Mlfe# |ftt#<49NMl Fo? TlM**
&#!* of VllU|Hl*.*#
rV i -
I BIX trains of soldier* and equipment*
passed through Angus's Ibis morning,
ci m ng from Chiramauga. hound for
j Charles,on. Th* train* reused through
between the hour* of five o'clock and
! nine-thirty, and carried nine hundred
soldiers, their ammunition and equip-
I meat, iheir mule* and wagons. Tb*
first trains to arrive wit* freight
:rains, two of tb ro carrying the wrsg
n* and one of them filled with mules,
j I'uUnwln* them cam* three trslny of
' ' uldteis.
,0n board were recruits for th* three
regiments which passed through Au
iMists Inst we-h, the Fecund Wisronsin,
[the Third Wisconsin, and the Sixteenth
I Pennsylvania. The men were under
tho command of Major George of the
These men have been in Chleamauga
for *rme time, but not so le.ig aa the
troops which preceded them. They
marched from the camp to Ringgold, u
siatton on the Western and Atlantic
railroad. They were brought ta At
lanta by that road and were given to
the Georgia rood.
OFF FOR THE FRONT.
A Herald reporter asked one of them
this morning if the march across the
country from Chlcamanga to Ringgold
had not ilred them. He replied that
their strength and spirits had been
kept up by the knowledge that they
were, bound for the front. The men
passing this morning did not seem to
be ns tanned and seasoned as those last
Quito a number of people gathered at
the depot to meet them. In spite of
the extreme Irron'/enienee of the
Tom Wilson Cut in the ileail With a
Knife Wielded By Kate Shinall.
Tom Wilson was taken to the city
hospital at an early hour this morning
in what was supposed to be quite a
serious oendition, but it is believed he
He Is at present very weak from his
loss of ulootl, which poured from Lis
His -statement is to the effect thai he
got into a dispute \vi!h Kate Shinall
over the possession of a picture.
led to blows and the first thing
he knew he was severely cut and
slashed with a pocket knife. The
woman's story is that she visited Wil
son’s room tor the purpose of asking
h ! m to write a letter for her, mcan
wble sharpening her pencil with tits
Wilson struck her, so she avers, and
she struck at him with the knife. The
cuts have been dressed and at last re
ports he is resting quietly.
COHMITTEE ON ACCOUNTS.
Met This Afternoon to Audit Bills and
The committee on accounts of the
city council met at half past four th.s
afternoon to audit bills and' ac
you didn’t writ# Hum*! com*.
You moAtit to writ# tt.
You moant to writ* and a*k u« mor#
About our roihl*.
You certainly ow« It to younudf to
find out All you can About thi good* for
which w« claim m> much.
For All we claim, w« or% claim th«
Wa will tend you circulars and cota
loi'jfi* any tima.
Write for tham.
Wa maka this a safe place for you
to buy at.
We cheerfully *lve your mon*y
back If anything . you get from ua
doesn’t prove to be Juat exactly ae re*
No back talk just your money.
We want you to aee our prices.
We want yoj to try our goocJs.
Door*. Sash. DIM*,
IN I GUY cm.
Mel at 10 OTlork toil Disposed of
a Dozen Costs.
Judga Eva Tried and B#»nt«*Do*d
1 bam By 1 O’O ock.
The city court met Ibis morning at
10 o’clock for the trial of criminal I
(«*•'», and the following busln.as was!
Jack Bussey, charged with carrying!
cofinalrd weapons, was acquitted.
John Heady, larceny from the bouse,
was found nut guilty.
George Dudley, assault and battery,
Millie ltaxton, assault and battery;
J. B. Brown, simple larceny, plead 1
A 1 Carter, simple larceny, plead gull-1
I. Gilbert, simple larceny. I
Joe McLendon, simple larceny, plead
Elijah Johnson, larceny from the;
house, plied guilty.
Bud Brown, simple larceny. The
case was nolle pressed.
Marshall Butler and William Gren- i
son were found guilty of larceny from
The following are the sentences Im
J. B. Brown, eleven months.
Carter and Gilbert got eight months
or a fine of SSO each.
Elijah Johnson, eight months or SSO
Mrljcndon. eight months or SSO
BufTer and Glesson were sentenced
to twelve months or $75 fine each.
The thirst X had was two miles long
and a half mile ’twas wide,
And red bit desert wastes of sand were
scorching me Inside
And barbed wire ond cactus plants,
they lifted half my hide—
Of uniform I scarcely had a rag, O!
I wore beside my pelt
My gun and cartridge belt,
I thought I’d need them both In San
It was our colonel led us on; our cap
tain shouted "Git!”
And as we scrambled upwards there
were dozens of us hit.
For down the Mauser blizzard BWept
from fort and rifle pit—
Upon that spot our colonel lost his
Yet he ran on before,
An eyeglassed god of war,
Crying, "Follow nte, hoys, to San
We burrowed through the thickets, and
the thorns we didn’t mind;
The wounded men they cursed because
they Lad to Btey behind,
And when we couldn't se the foe we
still went at him blind—
Chasing him from every crest and
And fifty hours of fight
Went on by day and night.
Before we set a foot in Santiago.
Though Spanish dons they dhl their
beat to entertain us well,
We bore them back before us, with
ringing cheer and rousing yell;
At last old wig-wag in the sky shook
out his flag to tell;
“Our admiral has Ccrvcra tn his bag,
When you give up tfc»j ghost,
Your children’s sons may boast,
Our father's father fought at San
_Sidney Hold, In New York Sun.
Thie national colors are shown notv
In Lmmoeks which, of woven cotton,
are made in alternate stripes of rod
and tvblte, with pillow and valance wo
ven In blue with white stars.
Hammocks ate not always hung be
tween trees or the posts of a veranda
out of doors; they are used indoors
sometime* in summer swung across a
room, to sleep in.
Small hammocks are made for chil
dren, and such hammocks are used for
Infant children at home and in the
Morro Castle is new in prime condi
tion for macadamizing the streets of
Cettoi Has Afvanrfd sad Vtaat
(inOf Down a Ceil.
Rumors Regarding Prr.v aioca,
Hugsr and Mtshs isa Co.
Wheat la dawn a rent • hu»h#l, «htta
■ cotton has adrsneed • trifle.
! f«i stork*, the hull* appear to he moro
;,«gr**atv* at present than Ihe boars,
! slthnuati * break I* looked for In ihe
market, owing to the report at yellow
| fever among the troop* at Santiago.
Advice* frnb S-.uih Omaha atarenhot
a *trlk* I* threatened among the em
ploye* of the parking houaoa there. .
It ta nlan reported that tf*- Arhurklea
are putting In machinery for a new
n-finio* plant tn .tart up on August I.
! The R*| I T h*fit rnmmtsalonera in
New York are reported to have made
I plana for rinsing negotiation* on th#
franrhlae with the Manhattan compa
The following quotatlrna, the cloning
'price* l*! rn at S o'elork. are over the
special wire* of Paine, MurpNy A Co.t
WHEAT— Open. Close.
1 July 754$ 7«*
September **'4 *7%
i luremler .. »• «• •• •• 83 gT|§
; CORN— . a
July « —1
September 52% IS%I
December ~ •• ~ «• •• .. 32% 35%1
! OATS— '
September •• •• 1*34 10%
September •• 10-17 9.fa
September .. 5 *7 s,dg-
Octnber .. .. .. .. .. •• •• 5.72
September «. .. 8-70 8.5 T
I October 5-77 ‘
NEW YORK COTTON,
January *lO * t*
August *o* 6.07
October .. •• •• •* •« •• 6-05 6.06
Decern irer 6-07 6.08
Trne— Steady Sales—so,ooo. Middling
NEW YORK STOCKS.
C. C. C 42% 42„
Genera] Electric ~ .... .. 3014 39
Metropolitan 158% 157%
Sugar 134 133%
Tobacco H 9% H 9%
A. M. S 13% 12%
C. R. Q 106% 105%
Chic igo Gas 99% 98%
J . C.' 89% 89%
Louisville and Nashville .. 53% 53
Manhattan 107% 107
Union Pacific 24% 23%
Rock Island 96% 97%
Hearting 17% 17%
St. Paul 99% 99%
S. R. Q 31% 30%
Western Union 92% 92%
January and February 3.20 21 3.21
February and March .. 3.21 2 3.21
March and April 3.22 28 8.22 2$
April and May 3.22 23 3.28
June and July 3.24 25 3.?4 23
July ai:d August 3.24 3.24
August and Hep; 3.23 3.23 24
Sept, and Oct 3.22 3.22 23
Oct. end Nov 3.21 3.32
Nov. find Dec. 3.20 3.21
Dec .end Jan 3.21 3.21
Middling 6%. Sales 9. Receipts today
23. Receipts to date 574935. Stock on
1895 1897 1898
Galveston 101 23
New Orleans .... 7 213
Mobile —— 6 2
Savannah 39 15 62
Charleston 27 3 9
Norfolk 16 93 48
New York .. .. 12
Philadelphia .. .. 92 563
Boston .. .. .. .. 160 75 50
Sleeves are worn very small on tha
shoulder and fitting closely to the arm
to the wrist, where ruffles and frills of
al! descriptions fall over the hand,
half concealing It.
Too Late For Classification.
RANTED ONE FIRST CLASS
washerwoman, white or colored, with
good recommendation at Augusta Or
phan Asylum. July 14
IjOST OR STOLEN—MALE SETTER
puppy. Owner’s name on collar.
White, with liver epoie. Reward palff
for.his return to E. G. Strauss, West
ern Union. July 13