PH I DA V
This is what thrilisd our trad*
yesterday. Will do so today.
And tomorrow. And for many to
morrows to come. The chance to
do splendid buying is rightfully
Judge this store by its Clothing.
Not prices alone, but the qualities
that go with the pricos. Look at ma
terials and workmanship and then
consider the discount from prices
originally exceedingly low.
l f. ONI IKSKXD.
Hr Wm fajrrluwfcit »f tie Ai* i
nsu Faeur) Fw Yean.
IlMtißt'toa Took on
tho or Thui Month
Hr AI onto F. OnMßbr. who tor
■Mur >*»r. ha. beeh !*•
Oral of th* Augutts hrtaff. I*' n *j
ai|tc4, and k* traiaaat oat took tlw l
no to* Ural of July Tkta news. »J
--thugti mart belated. ta a**art hat. a* a
surprise. as tkrff hat bee* ao mums
tkta that Mr. Crogshs aw eonsidsring
tO. lendent tof hi* i*ii|a»Uoa The
oal* Informal m I hat tka president of
th. Aaftalt fartiity mould lire out <*a>
tb. fart lb* resignation bad h*«» band
nl to aad arrrposi and lbs* U» -lai. of
lla .frri taaa ikf Oral of July. Mr.
Crotab* baa held lb* position of au- ,
peeigtendent of Ik* fart ory for a fttitn*
bat of peat* and h* commands thr re
■|wki of all Ik* mill op*ra!!»r* and
DR. STRADLEY AT TRINITY
Wa* th* Pastor of St. John’* Church
Hare l or Four 1 ear*.
Or. W. B, Slradlry. who wa* for four
years the pastor us fit. John'* Mtuho
diat church. la lh# cK». *»a l*«w ap
pointed pastor of Tflaltr «butch in At
Tbe Atlanta Journal says:
Dr. tKradkr la a Noijh Carolinian by
hlrtb. bavin* bsw> bof# l» Aah*iiU* In
IHU. Ha was rtaffa oear.SnW*.* 11 '*.
Tenn. however, and Mg adu
cation at Hlswaap** Rtilor. Thonoases.
He wa* admitted jo th* Methodist ron
fereacr in 1175, aqd bsgon bis first pas
torate at Wyihevlll*. Va.. the same
year. He was later located hi Jones
boro. Tenner***, for two years, and at
Chattanooga for four years, where tie
w*s paator of tbe Cherry street Meth
odist church, and piesident of the Peo
ple's ccdlepe. In 1886. he went to Cal
ifornia. where be wa* pastor of the
Trinity eburrh at Ism Angeles for sev
en yeag*. In 1893 he returned to Geor-
Bnd wa* pastor of St. John's church In
Augusta for four years. I-aat Novem
ber conference named him as presiding
elder of the North At!an«» district,
where he has etTiclentlp served for sev
en months. He i» considered one of
the most prominent and one of the
ablest lights In the Methodiet church,
eouth, and Tr'nlly church Is to be eon
gri.uiatrd on securing him as Its pas
‘STrTrFpO STPON F D.
Sickness of an Actor Prevents Play
Being Given Tonight.
The many people of Augusta who
were anticipating grea! pleasure In
attending the production of Strife, at
the Grand opera house, tonight, will be.
sorry to learti that It has been postpon
ed uutH next Tuesday. The poatpoue
inent Is ■ nosed by the sickness of one
of the actors. However, the play will
be just s* enjoyable on Tuesday night
as It would be tonight A large num
ber of tickets have already beeu sold.
LUMBER AND SIDEWALK.
Hankin -on & Co. and T. O. Brown (let
the Contracts From City.
The committee consisting of Mayor
Walsh. Commissioner Wingfield and
Chairman Cashln. lo whom were refer
red tbe bids foe the work on Ninth
street pavements and for furnishing
lumber to the city, made the awards
last afternoon. The sidewalk con
tract was awarded to T. O. Brown,
and the lumber contract to Hankinson
& Co., who will furnish the desired
quality at 194.0 per thousand feet.
New Animals Expected.
Col. Dyer is expecting a new lot of
animals for the zoo at .the lake within
tbe next few days. Among the lot
will be some Kansas prairie dogs, and
i —i tii 1 .-I
The loss of a good name is always to
be regretted- The regret is even more
poignant when the name is engroven
•ta * tciriis.
C APT. J. B. KEARNEY.
H* la Cksws to tiaaasf Ik* M.
There are cuugTtw uUtios. today for
lb* It. Patrtrk'* t'atrti The spirod
M organise! km b*e **t bu tkftriai
of lair, btst now ha* take* o* hew Ilf*
•b 4 (lifft Id i frotf ii ivtlifilßf lit
•iofl| lb# lift#.
Ttkfft VII II tftUlVlilliif Dff(il(
•( Hi# irnofY tis Ibt rorpv. cm Wftlif
§1 rtf! last nig lii whtt, tb# ilirtioi of
officer* for tbe ea*ul*g r**r wm k*d
Mr James H Kearney was rh**ea
captain Copt, hetfltr la thoroughly
military. He was formriy aa offierr
I* lb* Uriah Volunteer* and lately has
less llrutraant ta Ibe Barred Heart
Cadets, real going from thaf position to
make room for younger limber H* la
a Stic officer a splendid dtadpHnafiMi
and a »y»i*mai , e worker He will soon
bring tbe organlaalton up to the high
The other officer* chosen were;
Plr*t Ueutouaut ~T.. J O'Donobo*
geVond Lieutenant - J. Cosgrove
Quartemsalcr Sergeant— M B. Kelly.
First Sergeant John P HalUpan.
Second Sergeant--W. F O'Connor.
Third Sergeant—James Cunningham
Fourth Sergeant -William P. Logan
Ensign—-M J. Murphy.
Treasurer —James Mura.
Secretary- Edward Sbeahan
Capt. Renkl has been In command of
the Knights ft r years. His assignment
to duty in the volunteer army, of
roursc, forced hi* reelgnatlon. l-ast
night a committee wa* appointed to
glee formal expression of th" fee.ing of
the Knights toward Capt. Renkl. Thl*
eommtttiv will report later. ■
A TURTLE’S HEART.
Waa Fulaatlag Five Hours After It*
Head Waa Cnl OH 1 •
A turtle, weighing probably N*ia»e
twenty-live or thirty pounds, wan pur
chased yesterday about noon by the
manager of one of the club* for the
purpose of converting It Into soup. 11l
h.»«d was cut off at 2 o’clock and the
shell and contents hung up In a 000 l
place In the rear yard.
Four hours lau-r II was taken down,
the shell eut off and the rest thrown
Into a tin pan.
The chef then proceeded to clean and
prepare .he edible parts for today s
At roven o'clock or full live hours af
ter the reptile had been decapitated, Its
heart waa seon pulsating and throbbing
with the rhythm and preciseness of
clockwork, expanding to Its full capac
ity and then diminishing again, ap
parently with as much force, vigor, and
regularity, as when it was peacefully
reposing, with Intact anatomy. In the
mud at the bottom of the river, or
basking on a log itv the sunshine.
A turtle evidently has gnrat tenacity
in more ways than one.
HAND BALL GAMES.
They Have Been Resumed—Splendid
Contest* Going On.
Now that baseball games are not fre
quent. attention ha* been turned to the
hand ball game*. The court at St.
Patrick’s Commercial institute Is dally
the scene of lively contests. There
are games arranged for this afternoon,
and games will be contested Monday
Since tho equipment of Ibe shower
baths and the dressing rooms, the
coort Is made much more desirable and
Is much more convenient.
The lontestß Monday afternoon pro
mise to be very interesting. They
begin shortly after 6,
NEW FIRM TODAY.
Two Vs ell Known Young Hen Form a
Mr. J. K. Aldrich and Mr. J. L
Barksdale today formed a co-purtiier
shlp, to carry oo the ‘family fancy gro
cery business at 1022 Broad. Mr.
Barksdale, a thorough business nun.
bus been formerly conducting business
there. Mr. Aldrich, who has been for
years with I. C. Levy & Cqy, is a gen
tleman of training in commercial mat
\Ve wish the young gentlemen every
possible success. ..
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l#fi to t)i# rsftt* o»r4 ofoNrt Tj* ;
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IKlOflbot of (bo WMbtt vrboot. to!
•ortNMNf tfiao Loavobr. obo wm if #ot»
pioA Mr Clrt, a htnvtMa of (bo
rfMiotf (roaonrff. iad Mrv. Moods Tb#
taroorr lo tbo fwirtb oar 4 w 1!! bo
probably f»llr4 by (bo iraoafor of a
loarbof fn*m aootbo# irtoit It ti
probobl# lift Ml## Zan loo— wbo bav
bora aaalitaai loarbor at Wno4town
or bool, will bo (roA«fofTo4 to tb#
wor4 art)not ao4 (wo (tarboro tlrdtf
for tbo fbrorr arbool
RECC RDER*S COURT.
Th* Prisoner* M bo Wsrs Tried Before
i John Wimberly, an old white man,
'had a dlffirklty with his wife Inal atght
and praceadsd to’lxat her up to tb**
beat of hi* ability
Hia blow* larked fore* and hi* wind
| wasn't wbnt It wsefl tb he, so no great
amount of damage was done apart
from a lareratrd face and feelings. He
was fined 85.
Jim Jackson, a glistening six foot
hulk of ebon unctiouantss. shambled
before tbe recorder charged with wife
l. stiog H* was up last week for the
' same off*nee. and thta, coupl'd with
■ the faet that he was very Insolent In
manner, refusing to answer any ques-
I lions, coat him just 820.
Th* Mieses Sarah Gilbert and Lucy
1 Pemberton, two colored damsels, tie.
come Involved In a war of words last
night and thta ltd later to a hair-pull
ing tnaleh They contributed 82.50
each. '■ ' *
A BEAUTIFUL fIARRIAGE.
Occurred at the Home of Hr. A. J
Renkl Last Night.
I The heme of C*apt. A. J. ReoHl was
the scene of a quiet but benutlful mar
riage hint- cvvnird*—that of Miss Ruth
Hankinson to Mr. William McCoy
Keener, the Hev. Mr. Mashburn offlcla
itlng. The front drawing room, whore
• the ceremony was prrt' rm-d, was con
certed Into a veritable bower of bamboo
and polled plant*.
i At the appointed hour, to the strains
'of Mendelssohn's wedding march, the
bridal party entered—Miss Hattie Kee
• ner, maid of honor, with Mr. Clarence
] Williams. Then came the bride on the
arm of the groom. During the ceremony
I'‘Call Me Thine Own" was effectively
rendered under the skilful touch of Mias
The bride never looked lovelier than
in her wedding gown of whMte ogandie
'elaborately trimmed in lace and ribbon.
Mr. and Mrs. Keener are at home to
their many «frler.d* on tower Broad
street. Hosts of friends join In con
gratulate as • and good wishes for the
popular young couple.
MARIA JOHNSON REPORTED.
, . „ j j -#•
One Woman Tells the Police of OlHer’s
This morning ft rtifored Individual of
the female persuasion, strolled non
chalantly into the sstictum of the chief
of police andrdeUvered herself of a large
amount of hivectlveness against one
Marta Johnson, whom she said had
heaped a torrent of pbuse upon her un
The accuser stated her ground and
told her troubles to the police officers,
until she saw that the name of Marla
Johnson was duly inscribed on the page
where are enrolled the names of those
who become bold enough to violate the
irrepressible 18th section.
y. n. c. a. t£nt.
Has Gone to Tampa For the Second
Secretary Stallings of the Y. M. 0.
A. this morning told a Herald reporter
that « tent for the Second Georgia hoys
had left yesterday.
Tilts wtjt be gratifying to tha Geor
gia boys, as they liav^ long wan bid an
The store of Messrs. August Dorr's
Sons was stipend last night by l the
thief w ho has rausod so much depreda
tion within the past week.
The Messrs Dorr report nothing hav
ing been taken, hut the marks of the
, chisel or other instrument used'm pry
jmg open the door are plainly risible.
TTl® JkTJOTJBTJL MKTtjAXeD.
II HD l»
I v#i#t §§4 lit (4*lll A Nit Ilf f Iff
•d T»l«w I* U» BffiltK
Totg Ry sin AngaWk f' an*»gar to
• ilnendl lk«»n* *** ■
.Mr M*rwh wUb his Iwa sisters Mr
hurribi* smaes when lb* huge Frtnrb
liner (he B*,rgogn# ss -at to the km
oiffbt a fv44tv Jar. a atrywiatf ao4
romootlQ# lo lb# main aaloott waa
boor 4. 4b# yaaatooora nolrbly poor#4
Ma«#« of 4rooa an 4 oa4roaa Mr.
N*ew ld Vort ,, ™a*iy k**«re
from a trip m-tnm tb# Allaatk. bad r*-
tired, but both hurriedly dr**#*d and
found Ike companion war* and
tk« aalocn full of smok* and a few
[■dnsti'i after the flame* broke out
.*i m sks
The rrv*. tinder «h. dlrerlloa «f lh*
ink officer, vrrrr engaged la r«ltlB«[
•way Ik* woudevork. until tb* order I
due from Capt. Ingram, lo »top and
preperr tb* boats for tostrtßj.
Tew much prals*. so say* Mr. Marsh
cannot b* given to tb* cool »® rt roll****
ed behavior of Capt. lugrsra. a romper- j
attv-ly young man, poaalhly in the mid- j
die third**, and lh* way In which his
erder* were carried out. Th* captain,
at tbe Aral. *Nt tb*r* was the least |
poss.blr sign of excitement or f*»t
amooß th* crew, put hi* hand to hi*
hip perket, th* ipfereflea betng. al
though Mr. Marsh did not no atatt U a*
many words, that th* member who din*
' obeyed nr eought to eresrt* any alarm, I
would be instantly shot.
The conduct of everybody, the erew.J
the pasaengert and especially lh*' lady
patengers. was In the highest degree
cqo) and praiseworthy. There was no
fear expressed, oo erl*» and no alarm.
Tb* capta’n gave bis order* and they
war* immediately fulfilled. In about a
quarter of an hour five boats had been
1 punched, all with a supply of drinking
water, but with no provisions. Th*
Iraptaln *vas the last man to leave the
,ln Mr. Marsh * Itoji there were nine
teen soul*. Including thre ladle* and
everybody bad on a Itfe preserver.
The Delaware at that time wa* burn
ing fore ami aft, and a* was staled by
some of the passengers, although de
nted by the steamship c-ampany, that
a portion of ttv cargo consisted of ex
plosive*, pewder or ammunition, for
war purposes, the boats kept at a good
distance from the blazing vessel.
It was about 2 o’clock In the morn
ing, with Barnegat light burning
brightly in the distance, that an ocean
tug hound for Norfolk came along and
sixty odd occupants of tbe boats
were token off, packed like sardlrtes
aboard the tug. and her nose turned
around for Sandy Hook.
The last seen of the Delatvar.? was
tvhcu a mass of fire and leaping flames
she was slowly drifting towards the
N«jw Jersey const.
Later i’ was r.'iorted that she sank
before reaching the beach.
■ The news of the disaster had been
wired to New York and' when the tug
Ltb Its load of scantily, dressed ami
Uncomfortable passenger* reached the
North river pier, the company had a
line of eloe.-d carriages In waiting and
they were whisked off to uptown ho
A pile of blankets were on hand, also
to be used as temporary clothing. Tho
water was smooth all tho time and the
moon came up shortly before the sight
ing and arrital of the tug.
Several of the passengers brought up
gripsacks containing attire and valua
bles prior to taking to the boats, but
they wore promptly thrown overboard
by the captain's orders
He was taking no chances and bu
maalife was the most valuable cargo.
The ship's cat, the mascot, having
been on board eight years, was lost.
The passongers lost everything ex
cept the clothes they wore, anil in some
instances this aUite
dihi-y had no time to make, full and com
In summing up. the roremies*
polnls, according to Mr. 7Marsh, con
nected with the disaster, were, first,
tire captain's cool, courageous and sys
tematic orderfi and behavior and ttje
entire absenca f'.of all tjfsteria ajitl
symptoms of pfthic and feir among the
HR JIN D. GUNK S LOSS
(..otoi i aiftltiiit i! I
WLi C I O i kfa4. A ff#o #4 004 j
Ltttfl ■ 4 0# lo* (lo flMtft
tb# tbloaa *#### in Imat# to# i
v#iil CTittiii# wa# #ff ffitf-A *#4 la tftv
Ikf bttt cm ffir-r*'Uttl ( • lb# M)O f r* ba#
I aldhftgri Mi (dUtta * * *•# Will ■
Will Collin# Hi a faaalllar far# to for
oa lb# rhaifi«ao« bofotf for at#a**aa
COI ORI D ORPM Adi:
A* Appeal Which Should Command
Atlenlipn of th* Community.
Prof Johnson and Prof Walker, two
colored ntlsen* of the highest integrity,
whe-t* hearts aa*l labors are enlisted la
■ weftViy cause, ate making appeal to
the cltli* ns of Augusta la tr half of a
I Th y give c.Hcial!y identifted With the
Gc.d 8 Johnson orphan*2* -the c dcred
j orphanage on Kxposltioa avenue. Rt
! rrctalng every economy, stinting where
possikle. going ahead with every care,
the iolbr<d men And the orphanage In
need- the chlidren are la need of food
To Ibis appeal ik*n trill be response
It ought tn be said for the colored
minister* and colored professors and
colored people of mean* that they have
gir. n. year In and year out. of their
means to this charity. Their appeal 1
for help In providing food for the
children will be met with open hand
and with open pock-tbook.
It Will Be Had on a Lawn In W ood
There will be a delightful Ice cream
festival this evening irom 9 o’clock on
on tbs lawn on Wood lawn between th*
Hatch ‘and Ne*a residence*. The pro
ceeds go to the Woodiawn hpwerth
League The affair will be a vr-y
pleasant on*. Bicyclists wilt And the
spin there and the refreshment* after
ward a right royal treat.
Mr Chas. W. Johnson, of AugusU.
Received His Honorable Dismissal.
The many friend* of Mr. Charles W.
Johnson, a -on of Mr. W. W. Johnson,
an ample? e of the Knterprisc Manufac
turing .’ompany. will be glad to team
that he will probably return heme in
ttve next few days, having been honor
ably discharged from Co. E. second
Georgia infantry, pi Tampa, yesterday.
Mr. Charles W. Johnson Is a very pop
ular young ni.on In West End, where he
resides, and a great many were sorry
to see him leave for the war.
His return, no doubt, will be enjoyed
RETURNED FROM GRIFFIN.
Ever Popular Capt. Howsrd Arrived
Capt. tend Commissary Geo. H. How
ard. of the Sixth Regiment, Georgia
volunteer*, returned to Augusta from
Grffln Wst evening.
When seen by a Herald reporter this
morning. Capt. Howard said: “Col.
Candler is very much gratified over the
progress the third Georgio is making.
The rations are coarse, but are also
both plentiful and wholesome."
Capt. Howard is looking splendid, al
though a trifle sunburned.
GETTING ALONG NICELY.
Hursch Not at All Badly W'ounded
Mr. David Hursch, who was hit yes
terday by a brick in the hands of a
negro boy, is much t.?tter today and
will be out in a few days. Dr. Malone
saye: “There is no danger of the
wound proving fatal.”
Secord Christian Church.
There will be a debate in the Y. P. S.
C. E. tonight in the Second Christian
church. The contestants are C. B.
Heathey and J. Evans. Other business
of importance wilt transacted. Mr.
w. Ergle, the president, desires nil the
members to he present.
Miss Jeffie Stallings, after a pleasant
sloy of several weeks in Augusts, has
returned to the oijy, acompanied by
Misses Mamie. Mattie ana Daisy Bear
den. who will be her guests for some
4 Point* About a
Ttor# #f# 4 important point* worth
hnowini About tha rrtunufffiOtur* of our
high #r##o #oor». .
First Th# Miffiction of th« lumbor.
Vffioond Drying • rvd pi•H#fin# It.
TMri— Th# cUim of workmarihbip.
fourth Th# Alyl* ind flnim
W# kiffirt ffit thffi bffiffitnntn#. Wm own
th# for#«t* and taw mills and dry Min*.
Th# lumbar la »#i#ct#d at lh# tr##.
It It «aw#d and a«ain intpartarl to mo
that only th# b«tt#r trad# #o Into th#
klln», wh#r* It la p#rf#ctly dri#d. Th#n
It ii ih p >#d to our Auguota factory.
Hat w it one# morffi go#* through th#
»#l#ctlng proc#M to *#cur« ortW H»# un
t)lpmihh#d pi#c#« for thl* car#ful work.
Th#n through th# varioua kp#dai ma
ch«n#a >n charg# of th# boat door ma
k#nw# can find - until it finally com#*
out in th# form required In our * T t
door, with #v#ry iittl* daUtl fauitloga.
with tha Joint* tight and •trong. and
th* finish smooth and baautiful. You
gat all thas# advantage* without #*tra
You couldn't rack or alam such a
door to pi#c#« to sav# your lifa. It •
mad# good to stay good.
CLOUDBURST IN COUNTY.
Mill Pond* Around Orovriow* B*#y
Damaged B> Rainfall
Tb# rh.ii<lbmst Wrdasnday wruuckl
havoc at ntnoy sstil pin*** ta th* coun
ty around Oroww«», Scarcely n g»U*
assay , at tots erf dir prettiest of picnic j
pin***, the banks overflowed and the
water, assisted by tb* for • of tb*
«*<nd. burst them In several ghffX
ta*king out ltd overflowing th* sue*
rounding fields and drowning entton
and com o ope Y es.—rday morning,
Mr. (.*> rg* larlit found bis new pier
head completely washed awn?. Th*]
beautiful pood .a almost empty of It*
rlrwr water much of which of courss
nought th* swamp tends where tuft for
th* energy sod promptness of their;
owners many of the entile wspM hnv«
been lost. Much damage has been
done to other mills and croon they*.
Mr Orwdsr * mill sustained tbe this;
.injury and lost. Mr. Wright say• the
• pier Kead atone cost about tM.
He say* those who have planted pota
toes rejoice, ss they are about the on
ly crop whlclf this kind of weather
agrees with. Farmers tic ire It will
I clear up now: at any rate the siorm-
I clouds are gone and In their place
fUat transfigured fleecy white shape*,
i like human Itve* when sin Is swept
away in stormy tears and God lifts off
the darkness of this life. One of ottr
farmers who thinks The Herald can
take th* cake adverils'ng. atnc# It ad
vertised and got rain, tn such pressed
down and cunning over measure." says
he wants The Augusta Herald to adver
itlse for weather fatr and a tittle mixed
next time. We were glad to hav* the
rain, but as De le Peter, our philoso
pher said, "Hit ain't no good to pour
water on a drowned rat."
Ethel Halton Laitner.
Arlington. H. S Will*!, New York;
J. T. Josev, U. S. A.; R. E. Donobo,
Fort Clark, Tenn.; T. A. Jones, Atlan
ta. Ga.; R A. Graves, Sparta. Ga.; W.
H Graves. Atlanta; J. R. Graves, Batn
hridge. Ga.; H. C. D.rgan. Louisville.
Ky«; J. B. Hartly. Lynchburg, Va.; F.
|h. Gaines. Decatur. Ga.; J. J. Rayin.
Soulh Carolina; A. E. Cooney, St.
j lk>u!s. Mu.; LieuL M. B. Matthews,
! Fort Clark, Tenn.; Lieut. F. E. Gantt,
Fort Clark. Tenn.; D. N. Neil, Ne-v
York; Oscar S. Veil, New York; Geo.
Payne. New Y’ork; George Houston,
• Kansas Ctty. Mo.; ,W. M Walsh, Phll
• udflphla: William Johnson, Beaufort.
! S. C.; Max Hertz, New York; J. B. Os
borne,'Atlanta,; E. W, Speer. New
Y01U; W. A. TV ah left, St Louis, Mo.;
H. Strauss. Near York; O. M. Carter.
Dover. N. Y.; O. D. Smith. New York;
H. A. Basan. Charfcdie, N. -C.; H. H.
Planters W. J. Rosser. Atlanta:
Joe North, Atlanta; F. H. Welles,
Charlotte, N. C.; T. A. Reddin, Balti
more; Wm. A. Corry, New York; H.
W. Jones, Ne'v York; F. G. Ellis, Bir
mingham; R. E. Cutcher, Ghent, Ky.;
J. S. Muller, Hamilton. Ohio; R. W.
Shand, Columbia. S. C.; C. C. Waring.
Charleston, S. C.; F. H. Huerve, Cin
Commercial. J. W. Wills. Atlanta;
C. A. Avant, South Carolina; G. M.
Carlev. South Carolina; James Oates,
Baltimore; R. M. Shanklin. Atlanta.
The trained dog with the blind man
may not be a star performer, but he
plays a leading part.
Too Late For Classification
WANTED FROM OCT. 1 TWO TTN
FCRNISHED rooms on Greene abov '
Centre. References exchanged. Actress
at once S. 421 Telfair street. July 16
j FOR SALE—TWO THOROUGHRU ED
Jersey .cows, with young calves.
: Johnston &. Pickard, J26-Ellis street.
Metropolitan Dow a Six Points on
Humors of AMltiotal Stork Iss*.
A-buck's* Mow Sugar Itofiaury ta
Rag Id am Aug. 16.
Metropolitan Korkt tir»»fce lorti)' "t
tllf *tatrm> ot ikal Ifcrrr pmboMy
*.>utd tx> on Ihw »f fifteen miliums
•ddltloMl itArli to bo mat}# at par.
Ttto bulla arrllrird an Immediate »d*
vian m the anHctpfillon of Ibr an
nouncement of peso*. «lib Industrials
I totally leading the Hal.
The na« At buckle sugar refinery It
la mported. will comm*no business nn
Auguai 15th wlib an output of from
I. MO to l.tM barrel*
Tbar la no truth In the rumor I h*t
tha Union Pirltr will take In tl»* Or*
• gnn Short Itn*.
Important rbar.fr* netd reforma am
■aid to tia ibnilf Inaugurated In lha
management of tha New York Pantrnl,
which will land to a great aavlng In
tha operating aapanaaa
Tha following quotation*, the ctne-ng
prlraa taken at IN o'clock, are over tha
* pedal wlrea of Pnlna. Murphy & Co.!
WHEAT— Open. Clone.
September .« .. .. .. •• *• HK
December 8l % * 8 ■ 1
July ** ***
September .. 81 “Sf
September .. 7 *%
July . >.« !*«•
September 8 87 5
October 8 - 7 >
September * •• •• 887 8 ,0
October 8 78 8 - 75
NEW YORK COTTON.
January 8 *4 818
March *- 1 *
i August * 8 - 87 8 07
i September 888
i October .. .. •. •• •• *• 887 6.07
' November .. 8 87
December -■ ». .. 6.10 8 -H
Tone -Steady. Salea •—35.000. Middling
NEW YORK STOCKS.
1 Metropolitan 156 15214
B . R . T 55% 54
General Electric .. .. .. .. 36% 38%
Sugar 134*4 1 33*4
Tobaeoc 119 11*%
A. M 8 12% tt%
C. B Q •• 1«« I<*%
Chicago Gas .. 99% 97%
J. C. .. .. .. ".... 89 j. •SO
Louisville end Nashville .. 54 51%
Manhatti.n :. .» .. •• «• 167% > IQS%
Omaha •• 52% *l%
Union Pacific .. .. .. •• .. 54 25%
Rock Island .. .. .. 96% e .95%
Reading *. •• 1 8 % i, **%
St. Paul 99% 9*%
S R. Q * .. 31 30%
Western Union 92% 9174
January and February 3.22 3.22 2S
February end March .. 3.23 24 3.23
March and April 3.24 25 3.24
April and May .. .. 3.25 3.24 25
June and July 3.26 27 3.26
July and August 3.26 3.25 26
August and Sept 3.26 3.25
Sept, and Oct 3.24 3.24
Oct. and Nov 3.23 3.23
Nov. and Dec. .. .. .. 3.23 3.22 23
Dec. and Jan 3.23 3.22 23
Middling 6%. Soles 166. Rereipts to
day 307. Receipts to date 375256. Stock
on hand 17379.
PORT RECEIPTS. *
1895 1897 ,I*9B
Galveston 15 63 , v-162
New Orleans .. ..20 24 , 812
Mobile „• ~ .2. -4-
Savannah 7 2* "'-“12
Charleston 50 4 *
Norfolk 1 11 . Jl
New York 5 96 £=*»-
Philadelphia . .. 214 *->p-
Uoston 51 f 42
, _• —-•
Washington forecast for Georgia r*nd
South Carolina— Fa hr. except' srhowerfMta
northern portions ttmightSaturday,
fair. __ . i.