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enter ng the port.
THIS IS MVSTIiRKM 5.
Report b> Admiral Sampson About a
[lpwial to The Herald.]
Wwhloil*. July jo. Sampson re
pir.a a »tar.lip* eorurrecce aboard the
Indiana. In the night, while no Brin*
nn |rini on, with no ilrtb or report,
a mortal abell fell on the spar dec It,
It exploded and d:d much damage. No
cae * a* hurt.
It la a mpaier? where the shell ram'
frtm. It I* not the kind n*ed by
American*. The Spaniards have uo
Shatter tablet (hat ten million
round* of ammunition and orer ten
thrurand rides have been turned in.
Today be will *erd officers and men to
rfce'ce xrrrender of 20.000 troop* ,n
the interior and ecaat garrisons.
RIOTINO IN PORTO RICO.
American Sy mpathlrers Slain by the
ICnpyright Cable ]
St. Thomas. July 20.—Serious r ot*
ocrurrod at Mayaguex on July 17. The
Spanish soldiers atiack'd the Porta
Ricans. believed to be American sym
pathisers. Nine were killed and
nearer wound 'd.
It is imported here that the N'w Or
leans has captured the French liner
Olinde Rorlrlgurz while attempting to
run the San Juan blockade.
Thie fell' tving i r perty will be sold
upon reaarnable terms:
Brick building No. 454 and 450 Broad
street, containing two stores and dwell
ings overhead—lot 58 feet 10 Inches,
tunning half way thiough to Ellis
ft r ret.
Brick stable No. T 26 Ellis street —lot
34 f 4 't 9 inches, running back to Greene
155 feet —now occupied by J. Travis
Yeung & Co.
Ncs. 627 o.nd 629 Broad street, con
taining two large stores and fln? dwell
ing overhead—lot 55 feet 6 Inches, tun
ning back 271 feet.
Lot immediately In rear of above No.
630 Reynolds-street, 4X feet 5 Inches
frcntftge, tunning back towards Broad
street 142 feet 2 Inches.
Also several fine lots about 100 feet
front and 200 feet deep In the Village
of Summerville, fronting on John’s
street, being a portion of tb- Moore
Easy payments will be given on all
the above described property. Apply to
Georgia Railroad Bank.
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crowned wlttt goed rasults. Be mindful of good advlco and seek us for bargains.
RICE & O’CONNOR SHOE GO. - -
IN ASOCIAL WAY
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T® Mill* Dorothy.
1 1 |mr« whftf In b«**»7 Hi ft fir..
fa* • ccrtalft llttS# frl*&4 of
j a nt* Dortiflijr, I km* whffr fliiiin
j Tin aoly *» » iiuatl h»tidi» lo law* j
1 A wt »e ti far tin b • gold ti fceed i|
i The thorght that thou art coming
make* all glad;
Thr bouse la bright with blossoms
j.gh sod low.
| And me ny a little laa* and lad
Kapeetantly are r<mn>ng to and fro:
The Are within our hearts la all i
j We want tho*. rhtld. to *hare In our;
On this high dap. the holiest and
Brcruic 'two* then, ere youth had ta
Tby giandmemma. of women lyv'*-
Mad? me of men most honored and
most blest. *
That naughty hoy who led the to sup
i He wa* thy sweetheart has. I grieve |
, Been se n lo pick the garden's choicest 1
And toddle with It to another belle.
Who does uot treat him altogether j
But mind not that, or let It teach the* i
To weste no love on any youthful
I (All youths are rovers, I assure thee,
| No, if th<u would*! lure constancy
Thy grandfather is perfect as a lovar.
8c come, thorn playmate of my closing
da; - .
j The latest treasure life can ojfer me.
! And with thy baby laughter make ns
Thy fifth young voice shall sing, my
Songs that shall hid.' tho feet of sorrow
Our Women at Paris In ipoo.
In t?..y July Ladies’ Home Journal
Edward Eok notes that American wo
| men are arranging to make ‘another
exhibition of themselves” at the Pj'ls
Exposition In 1900. proportionately
similar to the painful "Woman's Budd
ing" at the World’s Fair In Chicago in
j 1593, and urges (bat tfc.o painful mi:>-
j take of Chicago be not repeated at the
! French capital. "It is not," Mr. Bok
| says, “that the wot-’ n who prelected
the ’hen-house’ (at the World's Fair),
! ns it was Irreverently ciile i by many,
j were altogether to blame, nor was its
! failure due to lack of er ei gy. Tire
; failure was in the idea itself. It was.
unwise, and Intelligent women on all
sides did not hesitate to express finer
cpinloas. They objfod, and rightly
so, to ho classed apart, and have their
handiwork shown as that, of a set of
freaks. If their work was good, they
asl-nd. why should It be separated from |
the main exhibits simply because it
was the work of women? What d.d
their sex matter if the work was of
"There is no sense, however, in mak
ing this mistake for the second time,
particularly within the boundaries of j
rvi#m*'tr ##4 VMS *e«*'h*f pre*
i 1.1 K a| Tkn ; »p n at I’l* * A*#
liuUdma at it*. World', full I* m r.J
i .». s ■mrtfbfl w tnAShood in hf> \%t I
■ ■rAfnant InifSO'lV CO# ka f» rllrQttjHt
; hihit st tP# Paris Ktpoi-tion I# IMP
Mtl . i_. mual he ahnttS » ;fh
I! .o, .part I
'from M. The Imukih mual bo mforrH.
. upon I’onUaratal Kuropr th.l In Am*
erten mrtU u uroßßitrd Irrmpertlr* |
T.iv lor- Mimmonil
Ttvr Pinas AUpiUI rburrb ptnonilit
wm th. «rtm |..t f>v«alng of • qu.flj
bnt bn.uttful and imprmtvr rwuiiisx,
'that which un.br.l In marrlag. Mr*.
Karsh Kotiniifw Hammond to Mr, HM-j
|ry Ta; lor. The young couple wan nr-j
r »pan lt dby Mr*. McClelland and
' Mr. John Hall, th. former bccomlng'y
Igownrd In whit, organdie. The hriJ.il
\ gown was of wbib> orgMdll ertf aatin j
with lardicc cf taco and ribbon A
! huge bouquet of brWal roa.a «w car- j
Itrmcd'alcSy ihc cremony, *oj
j imprs tivr-fy performed by Rev Hr. >
, I-suing Burrow., Mr. and Mm Taylor
•-ft for Tybce, where they will atay for
i come ■veskr. Mr* Taylor l« a very J
I*andacm* and young w'otnaa*
I who haa *cor.»a of frlmda and admlr«i'a.
' Mr. Tsylor la a popular employe of ln«
J. B. Whit. Co.
A I'nlque Wedding.
A widrtlag as which several iin!q».
features wJI 'k introduced is that pf
M:*s Aiys Kuhlke and Mr. Harry Hah
|ioa Morris, which Uliea place at she,
Klr.l Baptist church tomorrow at 12:30.:
Rev. Or. Lansing Burrows . fflcialiug. (
It will lie si typical summer wedding.
In decoration and in costuming. The j
bride will bo gowned in tlltny white or- 1
organdie and carry bridal roses and j
ferns. The gioom and his four ushers,
Mr. P. Baxley, Mr. Charles Stafford.
Mr. 1-oulg Merkel aud Mr. Rob Ruther
ford, will wear suits of cream flannel
aud while canvas shoes. The young
couple <v!ll leave immediately for Ty-:
Ixe. and will upon their rPturn, l)e
at home at £>24 Telfair street.
A Successful Amateur Performance.
Miss Dais:' Barling is being warmly
congratulated on all sides today upon
th? brill.ant success of he. production
rs the four-ad comedy. "Strife,” at the
Grand lasi night.
Miss Sailing has exceptional talent as!
Jn elocutionist, and as a teacher is,
remarkably successful. Too much j
credit cannot he given her for the silt- 1
(tisfiil manner in which she displayed,
in her piay, her iaic gifts as actor and.
teacher. Her acting in the leading role!
was very good, and called for reiterated!
applause. Her support, trained by her
self, iefleeted much credit upon the
The leading male role was skilfully
enacted by Mr. Jack Young, while Mr.
Bruce Young and Mr. Charley Smith
did the comedy parts. The other mem
bers of the cast were: Miss Vcnder
leith, Miss Keener, Miss Bettha Sar
ling. Mr. Actor, Mr. Percy Clark, Mr.
.Ice Gardiner, Mr. Russell and Mr.. Os
The ore reeds from (he play were de
voted to the soldiers’ fund.
A generous patronage is solicited for
'he Children's Ice Fete, which will
ink' 1 place, this afternoon, from live to
eight, on th lawn of Mrs. T. D. Cole
man's home. The affair, under th.? r.hlo
■.lirectlon of Mrs. Coleman and Miss
Katherine Black, cannot fall to be a
signal success. There will hr a number
of pretty dancasand drills by the child
ren. patriotic songs and games, and de
licious'refreshments. The proceeds
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w.lt «n %ammr* tarWMMUI tb* fund few
lr* fro tb# *irb and * •enrtr'4 «olAlrrt
MtM Jwlt l>tlt Ml lAMMd llW»
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U >«4® In Mlsnmnt®
Mr Louts Bust haa ralurnrd fpsa
Cape May and Waafelwgtun.
Mr* John Harper Darldann has rr
, turned from Hulliran a laiand.
Mr and Mrs. Robert Walton are
among the Augustsua la Atlanta,
Mra. Black, of Charleaton. 1* the
j great of Mra. John Harper Itavldaon.
The Tburaday Reading Clnb mwti
’tomorrow with Miaa Annabel Cranait^n.
Mr. and Mra. John J. Cohen and
! mi** Roselle Mrsrelar have returned
| from Tybee.
Mtaa Klberta Orombe Wbeleaa fa aia
-1 ping ber aunt. Mra H. P- Vl»r»nt. In
Sumuu rvllle, N. C.
Judge end M-a. Bre rnd Misa Kve
were among tboae who wet* on the fast
train teal evening.
Mtsa E. Clarlc# Brrkadale l"ft »h«a
i looming for a vlalt to Mra. E. B. John
! *ton. In Griffin. Ga.
Misa Katherine Pickens Boggs, who
haa bred vlalllng Mrs. nutt, has gone
to Virginia for the aumemr.
Mira Josledelle Bighnon la vialling
; friends and relative* in Atlanta. She
will be gone until September.
Mrs. B. M. Weiaigrr la spending Itie
balance of the heated term in the
mountain! cf Western North Carolina.
Mies Julia Carmichael left yeslerdav
for Atlanta, where she will act as mald
of-honor to Miss Henrietta Robertson,
sponsor for Camp 4- >.
Misses Marian and Bertha Welgle
k-fi yesterday for Aiiania. where they
will be the guests of Mias Mamie Ful
cher for about two weeks.
Mr. John Sledge and Mr. Frank
North left thla morning for P.'nacn, S.
C„ where thev will be gueaia at
a house pary given l»y Mrs. Courtney.
Miss Gwendolyn Hays, one cf Augus
ta's popular young ladies, left this
morning 10 attend the Vcnfedm-ate re
union in Atlanta, the guest of relatives.
The numerous friends of Miss Mark
Berlorelli, on* of Charleston's charm
ing young ladies, will give her a de
lightful bike ride this -■ -ning down
Lover’* Lane; where a dainty littlo
luncheon will be served.
'JOHN F. LOVETT.
The Death of a Prominent Citizen of
fSpedal to The Herald.]
Sylvania, Ga.. July 20. —Mr. John F.
Lovet, a most wealthy and highly es
teemed citizen, died at his home in
tills town yesterday evening. His
:iih was caused from continued fever
from which he had suffered for five
weeks. Mr. Lovett was one of Screven
county’s most prominent and success
lul business men nnd Ills death lias
caused, a gloom ov. r the entire com
mon!!}'. He leaves n wife and three
Because thy sexton of (he Methodist
church in Rtnnebunkpcrt. Me., refused
ilo let a crowd .of men and boys ring
jthe bell on t)ie Fnuitb of July, they
assaulted liittt. smashed the windows,
tore dowt) the fences, and beat the po
liceman who tried to stop them.
TWO 834 Broad Street. Name AcrostSidewalk
STORES 722 Broad Stroet, oppo&ite Monument STORts
GEN. ffllliES ASKS PERMISSION
TO CARRY HIS ARMY TO SPAIN.
ftPECIAI. TO TMK nr.RAI-O.
M'AMOMOTOf*, l» C.. JOLT R.-ONNWAL MILKM »!*«• BKKJf UR Of MO THK PRKnIUKMT AMO TUB
MAH BOARD Tvi <tIVK HIM PMMMMnN VO MUD AM ARMT <-F INVASION Tu APAIM Artltß THK
CnMorrtrr or P**HTr» KltX». TH N IMMItTtW MCWON To PnOTPOMR AM. wrKRATIOMA AOAINVT
HAVAMA t'MTIL THK KNI> OF oCTOtIWH. t-KAVCT OVKR THRKB MONTH* FOR MW PROIMWNO IM
VAWOM OF KI*AIM. AMD Mow THKHK AHK TH«vo»m IM THR FIF4.D Tt» CARRT OUT THK
pmoMRTRATION. T»I«*A FAH THK AMKWKR TO OKNHHAI. MII.F.F HA* HKKM: "TAKM POXTO MR
TItKN « N wh.l. CONWDKR TH K oTHKH PROPORITION." tIKNKHAL MIIJ» PI-AM* AIIK To TAKK
PORTO Itlt'o A* A IIAAK. AMD O ROAM IKK AND *TAI«T AM AHMT OF IMVAAIOM AOAIMHT THK OA
MARIK*. f*ROCKKDIMO FltoM THKIIK TO HPAIN * Ct*A*T. WITH SPAIN lIWTITITf OF A NAVT,
OKNKRAL MILKS A ROCK* THAT IT WOCLD BK KA*T TO CAPTCBK AN IMPORTANT ABA-COAST CITT
IN SPAIN. AMD FROM THKHK THRKATKN MADRID ITSKLF PKAt'K WOCLD THI S l«K FORCED
WITIIOCT THK HEAVY M»*S CERTAIN TO RBFCLT FROM UWIBaINO HAVANA. ,
THE AMERICAN SOLDIERS '
(DAY SOON BE FIGHTING THE CUBANS
SPECIAL lO TME AUOL’STA HERALD.
NORFOLK. VA.. JCLY 28.—AN ARMY OFFICER OF WIDE EXPERIENCE AND INTIMATE KNOWL
EDGE OF THE CUBANS, MAKES THE STARTLING PREDICTION THAT WITHIN TWO WEEKS WE
SHALL nE FIGHTING THE CUBANS. HE SAID FURTHER: THE CUBAN* ARE ALREADY DISSATIS
FIED WITH THE AMERICAN M KTHODH. THEY WANT TO KILL PRISONERS. AND CANNOT UN
DERSTAND WHY WE DON'T ALLOW THIS. THEY DON'T WANT ANNEXATION TO THE UNITED
STATES. THE END WILL BE A FIGHT WITH THE PEOPLE WHOSE CAUSE WE HAVE ESPOUSED. '
The Cubans Are Acting Very Ugly
SANTIAGO. JULY M -WHEELER'S DIVISION OF DISMOUNTED CAVALRY. INCLUDINO THE
- ROOSEVELT ROUGH RIDERS. HAS BEEN MOVED FROM THE TRENCHES BEFORE THE CITY TO THE
HILIJ4 IN THE REAR. PREPARATORY FOR EMBARKING FOR PORTO RICO.
GENERAL M KIBBEN. MILITARY GOVERNOR. HAS ESTABLISHED A THOROUGH SYSTEM OF PA
TROLLING THE CITY. A NUMBER OF ctIBAN INSURGENTS HAVE ENTERED THE CITY DISGUISED
AS REFUGEES AND HAVE TRIED TO PROVOKE THE SPANIARDS TO m< *TS. WHEREVER
DETACHED. THE CUBANS HAVE BEEN ARRESTED AND TURNED OVER TO THE CIVIL AUTHORI
TIES. GENERAL GARCIA LEFT THE CAMP OF THE CUBAN ARMY WITH A DETACHMENT OF PICKED
MEN TO CONKER WITH GENERAL GOMEZ.
THE SPANISH SOLDIERS PLUNDERED MANY OF THe'bUSINEsS HOUSES THE DAT BEFORE THK
SURRENDER. THE MERCHANTS ARE STILL MITCH ALARMED AT THE SPANISH SOLDIERS AND
PROWLING insurgents, and have asked general m kibbem to post guards IN front of
the VOLUNTEERS IN THE SPANISH ARMY, RESIDENTS OF CU B A, BELIEVING THAT THEY ARE
TO BE SENT OUT OF THE ISLAND. ARE GROWING RESTLESS AS D MAY PROVE TROUBLESOME.
THE ARCHBISHOP RECEIVED A THREATENING LETTER FROM SO ME OF THESE VOLUNTEERS. DE
MANDING THAT HE CEASE SHOWING FRIENDSHIP TO-THE AMERICANS. .JUSMA.Sb.-~.
No More Arms For the Cubans.
WASHINGTON. D. C., JULY 28.-NO MORE ARMS OR AMMUNITION WILL BE FURNISHED EITHER
GARCIA OR GOMEZ. THIS IS THE FIAT ISSUED THIS MORNING. THE GOVERNMENT REALIZES THE
SITUATION IN CUBA. THE QUESTION OF TROUBLE WITH THE CUBANS HAS BEEN DISCUSSED AT
LENGTH BY THE CABINET. THE PRESIDENT FEARS A CLASH AND THE STRICTEST MILITARY
RULE WILL PREVAIL UNTIL THE OBLIGATIONS OF THE WAR DECLARATION ARE CARRIED OUT.
THE EFFECT* OF THE BREWING TROUBLE FROM THE CUBANS AND THE VOLUNTEERS WHO ARE
RESIDENTS OF THE ISLAND IS THAT THE ARMY OF OCCUPATION WILL HAVE TO BE VERY LARGE.
EAR GREATER THAN LAID DOWN IN THE PRESIDENT'S PLANS. THE COST OF THIS WILL BE ENOR-,
MOUS, AND THERE WILL PROBABLY BE BIG LOSS FROM DISEASE, ETC.
RESULT OF A JOKE.
Eldora. lowa. July 20. A, J. Springer
of Whitlen, died this morning as the
result of a joke. He was pushed off a
porch in fun by a relative, and Imme
diately became paralyzed, lie was an
old settler. No one is blamed. j
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The Rev. W. A. Van Ciundv of Hut
chinson, 111., led his 5-year-old boy to
tilt; reform school by a leather strap,
one end of which was tired around the
boy’s neett. After the boy had been
placed in the school the father return
ed to his church and conducted the
| usual service.
The Prince of Wales.
London. July 19. The Prince of
Wales, who is suffering from a fracture
of bis left knee cap, is making satis
factory progress toward recovery.