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THE ANSWER TO SPAIN
NOT YET AGREED ON
Many Thing* Which Thl* Country W.ll Not
X« AmSHr* TUI Sfila Arm hi Ntc* Tue i Kb !•***
o»« tit Plintrtm. X# YmmU* ooq.ow M «#
R# rttmH m CUB; Kb Nn« *** BuiMlwl
Xi A4f«»nr* II *«< wm T«*
ftp*. <H •• T%* I
kaao.agto* Mr » - Mt*»rr
Par aa4 ll* PwM«rt •***•
Wo omr ll* (MU *»H «4 *k* ••
••n to «*•)• afctok •«» »** naM«Mli*4
la tto (MUM tt tka wmr WIM
waawcrrw tad i»4t* Mml | tt tk»
tor* m »h*r ritlt ito arhiig fcww** 4ar*
tat tk* to* ft tt H*wi totot.**«» ky
• to tator 1» Ito rato*'* •*»< III* tw*
i to* r*iauag to uw fkUtt***** •* to*
**« Mto*4 W TWa.lt to to to
gntorito# vain •**'• kat a*rW. g*w
•fall* to ito pm*' fcrtiil Ito t'«iW
to**** Tto Pratiirat mIU to* ***•
»*at ta a Jrial arawrtoral# at aar Wa4
ovar Ito rhilipbtae* H* will >tooJ
to aciiiaa at tto m*ai*k toa4*. M
«T« ta’irt •taa tM taa to fattened na
Cato No tor* «* *l** Tto*® »•*■•• HU
la to to g«*iaMa*4 Tto t’nli#4 Attic*
(Men that arr Briag <*•>•* Thar*
TNi* After aaoa.
fhieksmanga. July tl —Tk« IWth
Indian* ll(Wr) broke nmp II M
ty bpor today and vaivh*4 to Roo*
vllto. aW the rtouthrrn wtlwif
train* were board'd for Newport S. w*.
Thu rtfiwml fltx* to Newport New*,
ttircee to Porte Rleo. *• place of
Fifth Illlaoto. which *»> ordered back
to roup after they had holf flnHlvd
loading for thrtr departure The First
South Camilla will l*wr* .during the
west twenty-four hour* for Jarkaon
▼Hl? to join Gen Ut't mto mind No
other command haa brew ordersl to
wore The Sixth past mo* !>.lted
State* rotuntrera. will teach Camp
Thorn* firm Knoxville, Teon.. during
tht next few day#. t
Clear wuwtbcr prevalla today and rrg
rlar work la maintained by all ihe reg
tmen»a except thnae preparing to mov
Gen. Boynton, chairmen cf the Chtek
nmaupa-Ohattanooga Park omnmUili n,
la having an nnayUt* prepared of the
water uaed from all aouri w at Camp
Theme* and la having surface spring*
in the park, which are llablr to be
e me contaminated by frequ-ot us>.
fll’.-d. The entire tt* importation facil
ities of tlte ThltflSrUvlalon. Flrat rorpa.
■nrlfilng the imbu.anrea. will a#*em
blc for Inapcction on Friday afternoon.
The train# of each regiment will be In
rhnrge of their i ’speetive quartermas
tarr Tbla prcmlae# to b? one of the j
most atrikltig exhibition* r?« "Itnesa
rd nt Camp Thorn:**. There will b" a
total cf 243 wage ns and mute tennis in
ri/cie-ar. besides the ambulances.
P ISONERS’ HAIL.
It Looks Like It Will be Sent on to
Wrshingt in. July 28 -A atop taken
by the pcstofllce department indicates
t<-st th Spanish prise ner# at Annnpo
11* pceelbly mar be permitted to com
municate with Spain, batters deposit
ed by ina prisoners at Annapolla at
rent to the dead leter office, but an In
quiry a* to what was done finally with
them was referr°d to the navy depart
ment. The official* of that department
expressed the dealre that they be sub
mi tte,d to an Order to be censored and
an order beg been issued to tbe ri-art
letter directing that ihe letter!
be tent to the bureau of navigation for
that purpose. What further action will
be taken is not ye* clear and the orrior
looking to transmittals of tbe letters to
Spain has not yet been issued.
A North Carolinian Passes Away In
Savannah. Ga„ July 28. Private
Henry A. Taylor. Co. A, Second North
Carolina volunteers, died this morning
in tbe Savannah hospital of typhoid fe
ver. The company is stationed at Ty
bee. Taylor lived at Fayetteville, N.
C. The remains will be shipped home.
Makes a Statement.
Chicago. July 28. Forest Fuison of
tbe National Linseed Oil company,
said today: Theie is nothing at this
time in the affairs of the financial
condition of the company to warrant
the reports which have been circulated
that the company is going into the
bands cf a receiver. The company
has no past due paper and its losses on
the seed market have been largelny ex
aggerated. At this date and at pres
ent market prices its quick assets are
sufficient to pay its liabilities.
HERALD WANT ADS ENJOY THE LA ROE SI CIRCULATION IN GEORGIA AND SOUTH CAROLINA.
Vt* CIHtA A *m
Till? AIXiUSTA HEItALI).
aa4 tto'* •'» "**»a# to Mtraatage.
a« *at WH ta Ita trad* «Ml «*
former « w ttitan *attt»«h.
-Tktvt. ' taw a K*lMt ariaw-r
> s «a tow at (to itot«t itot at lateai
W ta to. At M* ito tktaaa »to to*-
MMWI alll Wtotl to Itoi (t. a*
pi rttiMr »a ito toato «t tto Tto
itoi tto wmarr at •«»•.*
WaliH 'a Mr m - wr Hat Ml
Ito vfcl-t fcwata aP*t a rtow
•tik ito DMtoi at Ito aVlark H*
n-vt- ibta ea'cMwar apt** tot tab
m'ttei ao aMHwaal grobv't oa*. M«
admurd ikt* tto artaWraf* aaaver
••til to la tto attart at ta aluataium.
Hr trill latttl tka* «to‘» or*** *'*•
11-sty to ito *ugg«wUn«* rs Ito Tallto
Malta with tk* ali'raattt* at Ihr at*
ta an forward mot* vigaroatiy ttaa
PLACIMJ 1 hi: blame.
The Result of the Inquiry lota tbe
Hsl'fr x Joly Jt. —Tl** derision of lIM
I court of laflulr; gives here today ex
j oners tea Captain Hetetersca and ihe
I the rffirer* of th ' ship Cmmartyahlra
i from all kits# la the sailer of tbe
■Hu * e woe arrld* nt. Tbe report la mad*
;by Ca ptala Unit! of Ihe British Koyal
navy rwrm. with whom were aaeorla
tiki la (hi latent Igatioa Binomtloul
: Itougloaa and Captain I*'wi# Anderson.
I nautical assessor*.
| The report says la rlnalng: "It ap
-1 perr* to me. that the llurgnirne. as a
'mail at. .mar. atartlng from New York,
wax not In position, nt the time of (ha
j collision aa Indicated by the steam
lraea on tfc> pl'ot chart of the North
Atlantic. It also appears that It la
highly desirable that tbe mien follow -
i ing steam lane* should be more blnd-
I ing cn all steamer* navigating the
i North Atlantic r»hen plying bat* -t)
New York tud European porta. Ila<l
Captain Delonele of the Burgogne
adopted the rules laid down. the vessel
could not have been in the position In
dicated by the disaster."
Hl* Body Received With Honor* In
New Orlean*. La., July 28. —The body
of Lieut. G. L. Hncad. of the First
Ltcotsana, who died at Miami of ty
phoid fever, reached here this morn
ing and Was mat at the train by a
large body of citizens and member* of
the press. Sneed was assistant city ed
itor of th"» Tinics-Dc/ioerat and one of
the best newspaper men in (his sec
tion. The b**.ly was escorted by local
artillery, now In tbeFederal service, to
the city hall, where It will lie in state.
Tcn'ght the remains will be taken to
Kosciusko, the birthplace of the dead'
ON TO PORTO RICO.
(ien. Brooke Has Sailed For the
Washington, July 28.—Tho ivar de
partment this morning received a dis
patch fiom Gen. Brooke, at Newport
News, dat'd last night, stating tiiat he
was ebeard a transport and wou.d sail
for Porto Rico early this morning.
Nothing further has been heard by the
departiront either from Gen, Brook - or
tho commanding officer at Newport
Wortiington, July 28.—Word was re
ceived at the war department this
merning that the Second an I Sixty
ninth New York regiments have arri
ved at Fernandina from Tampa,'
whence they were ordered several days
Cape Haytien, July 28. —The Mont
gomery, the monitors Amphitrite end
Puritan, and the tug Leyton passed
south yesterday bound for Porto Rico.
The Owner of the /Till at Troy, Pa,
Killed Today. •
Elmira, N. Y„ July 28.—The powder j
mill of E. T. Johnson, of Troy, Pa„
was blown up today, and the cvntr,
who is also paying teller of the Pom
eroy & Mitchell bank, was killed.
Taking the average depth of the
ocean to be three aide:-:, there would ho
a layer of salt '230 feet deep if the wa
ter should evaporate. ,
FIFTH ILLINOIS IN MOUNT.
Men Refuse to Respond to Assembly Call. Cooks
Refuse to Cook, Captains Resign and Colonel
Charged With Cowardice, Because the Regi
ment Was Not Allowed to Oo to the Front.
rkMmaa* lair m m
n»« at tto taw aMM«. ••• tr
tot «• wtatta at toa* •fc*tt tto
Itofc la taa* i W Mt pm* tor fwta
ttwo »at tot attttknl K.aki» «m
«a urn n»i» uit»*w *• tto wawaWr
<«M tfcit twwawk Tto to* **►
. tmm 4 to to* Mrttfaw tol and At
•*a rrfm>*d ta to t***d to*r Maa?
THINK THE PEACE TERmS ARE ACCEPTF"
MMlt.4 lair » Tto arvwtoft km wwtetor *to« tto pv* »waw aiu toto4 to towtoat *Moia.
•itl to a*r.to*klt to *a»*t
Hor a Miahter Hit Made a Big
(gpeclal to Th* Herald )
Nvw York. July at—Tbe moat rw
rtoir iifTiUvc of tinman <tf4nll»y an 4
e ver jinyy rtsw# tlm cxpci## of
tUfr# fanout “KUrtrir flngnr Hfintry
Ijrtlr M#r»n# lUUi wnpuy. to
liiv. • full mililoo. Tic row*
paay was organized by Rev. P. F.
Jrracrgan. a Baptist minister, who
read la *n encyclopedia that sea water
r n'aln l g< Id and sliver. A c<HH »»ny
wa* floated la Maine with a tea mll-
Hoa dollar < s pitot la dollar share, 'he
ptoplr subscribed to it all over. Jer
nergan was elected rice president and
A Secret Process.
The work* were at I-übee. Me. It
being a secret prrr •*», Jrrnergan only
kn.-w what the work* of the building
contained. The head ofllrc at Boston
received from time to time gold and
silver brick* "mad*” (rum dlatilled aea
water, Subscription* flowed In. I-a*t
week a atrnng. r. Frank Thompson, ar
rived at Newark. Ha went to W»j|,
street with a valise full of five hun
idred dollar bills. He bough, govern.
I meat bonds and paid cash on deUvoty.
He bought a hundred and flfty ihous
>,, n ,p The brokers and banker* wora
suspicion*. Many drafls on New Eng
land bank* were cashed. The detective*
were told by the banks *o watch the
men who dropped a* from the clouds
carrying thousands of ca#h and buy
ing readily negotiable bonds. They did
so. The man was suspected.
11c Oct* Away.
He disappeared after taking passage
for Louis Sinclair and wife, on the
Navarre, for Kurop*. The address
glv*n la a vacant lot. The Navarra
with Sinclair and wife sailed Saturday.
! Sinclair proved to be Jern rgan. Bos-
I ic-n banks nnd stockholders are In
j town looking for Jernergan. The man
who bought the bonds Is Marcus Jer-j
n igan of Providence, R. L, his bro-j
thvr. Besides big wads of bonds, Jer
ticrgan lakes to Europe (estimated by
the I nks) *223,000 drawn In the last!
| few days and possibly more secured
while making goal silver brlelis by the
I secret process.
I The Serious Statement Made by the
San Francisco, July 28.—Quartet mas
ter Sergeant Young, of th. luontleth
Kansas regiment, has been ordered un
der arr. st by Col. Funston, charged
with embezzling government property.
It Is alleged that he sold stores issued
as food for the regiment. Sergt. Young
admits his guilt and gives th.? excuse
that he was doing what every other
commissary of Camp Merritt has be«i
doing all along.
Eating Ham and Eggs and Drinking
Beer and Wine,
Hamburg, July 28. Bismarck Is
rem: what Improved sine.? yesterday.
His condition might be described as
fairly good. The Prince's diet yester
day included ham, caviar, eggs, beat
The Skinner Peach Thief.
County Officer Sherlock wont out in
to the country yesterday and arrested
It.? thief who hod been robfbng the
Skinner peach farm. The man is in
t«H tto faaw Tto* ><M*tr Itovvot
dill i * <fe r» KM! a*. * a
tartatoaa tto *«*•*•** •*» «k#» *«n
r**laa Cat*** ••»* »to *to«to ••*
•aato tto aaOnato wwat
nitoktaatoa iwr •» -* tk* «t««k
‘■temp* m tto tMMtora <*«•*• vill to
uiW* to r*ra|a*tM* * toNk
<aw> u to to ««t»i tto«t m AUtmim.
fls*lH*|lN k •rvied o*et III* lif|f
Hlstm lathe Arsay.
Waaktagron July 2*. Tk# report
jrf General Matter ahowiag that theta
' Itr A |<jMM of Ittf 4MMNI Clf •tflU 'l# tft
ibt Afmy Culm In*# si### tin? olfs
\ rtsii of ill# #>*r depart iwsi cooooifro'
j 010 bat !be rtpm**
I oi-lp f 1)01 III# JPfilfl t f**V#f «*OOCO 07# of
0 01114 ly pN* ft# wm< lb# bop# tbot
rb# «botb rot# oil) l» «moli Tht*
torg# of lotff rot## f#poii#4,
20? 4 »h> ai i hot out only *-|lo» frrw
but (fpboM on 4 oCb#t kind# or# on*!
•Kitmi. OirrorctD (kaml Sl#rob#ro
ittfi |( to tb# llttotv cf • #ikm f#r#r
I tbof )t o|>r#o4« il l bn in* core*
t’orfrd so tb# mcnf» it It aurt to iaf *d
! moo# «oW cr* cf otb?r fa*
a rra hr said tbot i -t only in Citbo, Hut
to tb# romp# of tb# I'tiltud StaW# tb’*r#
; hov# hr :i many (i#i. and ;t ara# tb#
i hit lory of oil nt# artnlva t hat ft*##ra.
I * r fK* ‘lolly ts pbo’4, bream# »n
--|m in Thia to d»»* to cbani:# nf r!t
! mat# and mod# if I f# of th# i* # #»!•
Idtrra. Bvrn #rh##a 4Ha «at#r wo* pur*
roa#a ar-uld oria#. fScddlt## Hottobt
and o<# man# thing* not fnrn thod by
th# c^mmi##ary «u* h as milk and oth
#r thing* p*'ddl#d *l>oil! th# rmop-
Often thia food has ratiwd al#kn#*s. ,
APOtb#r fraitr# b n mentioned moa th#
Indifferent rare which arm# give them-
SPAIN CLAIMS A VICTORY.
* No Report of the Battle Received In
[Special to The Herald.)
Madrid. July 28. Captalu Ocnvnl
1 Marhina, of Porto Rico, haa nent a dia
putch to the minister of wer ei ugrat
utating Spain on the victory «von. Hu
; says a battle which laated all night
Tuesday was fought mar Yauco. Col.
Pulg, commanding the Spanish forcra
of regu'ara and volunteers opposed (lie
j American foices. The fighting began
I Tuesday evening and lasted UJI dawn
} Wednesday. The Americans were
' forced to retreat and Wednasday morn
i ing found them at the old positions at
iOutnlca. Marhias give* no details.
! He also eablca that (bo Spanish (cot
I Americans) sunk a vessel at the on
| franco of San Juan harbor, effectually
! dosing the channel.
Washington, July 28. No nows of
any battle at Yauco Is received hone,
i Yauco is four miles from (Juanlca .in
i rout? to Ponce. It is aJI marshy land
Ixtwcen (Juenica and Yauco, and
would be hrifal traveling, especially for
the artillery. Naval officers acknowl
edge that It was good strategy foil th”
Spanish to cior.o the harbor of San
jnan with a sunken vessel, but says it
will not affect us much. It. bottles up
the Spanish gunboats, etes., in the
THE BOY K NO.
The Attack of Measles Just Like Any
Other lad’s Attack.
Madrid, July 28. — I The King’s attack
of measles is taking the normal course
and there arc no complications.
She (joes to New York
Washington, July 28. The Leona,
which arrived at Newport News yes
terday, is now cn her way to New
York. She had on hoard 53 sick and
wounded soldiers, including General
Corbin's eon. The health auihorities
at Newport Nerve did not want any
more sick landed at ihal point, and tbe
Washington authorities consented to
send the -vessel north.
d'Jew York Futures.
New Ycrk, July 28.—Futures opened
steady. 'July 5.83, August 5.86, Sep
tember 5.90, October 5.94, November
5.95, December 5.99, January 6.04,
February 6.08, March 6.12, April 6.14,
twtot a»ta trt rkarawa kw»*
OMa to Alatt tat tMttatrv tor tto
M*> ftwaa ©a « tioatn It It a tot
ikti <to Mt- wp.it ta4 (ka f*w»
a»« at tto ir*m m mtm *m nm* ito
traiv f«* tMHtott j ovrl* ltooth
tto tw<N<*«Wrt to* o»-4 Mr ••••<■
rlWMt* tr* ttoiat'4 ta ttoi Mr.
ORDERED HOME. 1
It Will Rf Krmotrd Kieht A«at
lo Moaliuk I’oibl
Hpreial to The Herald.
Wathingtoa. D. C.. July J*. (ton.
Alger gave or J >r* thl* afternoon for
the rotaoval of Bhnft*r'a array aa t oa
aa rottlble In Moniauh P-tlal. L. 1.
IBy A»*cclai*d Prr*a |
Waab.ngtoa. July M. (tea. Alger
has given order* for the removal of
|Khaft*r'a army m tem a* the men. in
:tb» dianati.a of the e Mama id mg offt
Ictr. ran to safely brought buck, to
i an>[i on Mnnlauk Point. L. f.
IN FAVOR OF SHIPPERS.
Ruling iNadr By Judge Tulcy in
Chicago, 111., July 28.—Judge Tulcy
! in the rlrrut court today ruled in fa
! lor cf the shippers in the lest rare
| bri right by the llllnola Manufacturer*
Association, granting a writ of man
! dnmua rrmpelllng tbe I'niied States
I Epi rus company to accept for trana
ipnrtatlnn packages for shipment wilh
!out the payment of 1 c.mt In oxetss of
the regular rate. The case will be ap
Runaway This Afternoon.
At three o’clock this afternoon the
i muie attached to an empty markot
| wagvn b sme fright) in d and dashed
'down flroad street, turning Imo
Campbell at I); ks Brothers' stoie. The
massive telegraph pole at th'." corner
enughi 'he wheels of the wagon as It,
| spun around and Ihe mule shot on to- j
s wards the river. The c agon was ap— ,
j parentiy uninjured and as it had no
rccupant no damage wa3 done beyond-
breaking rs tbe harness. The
mole, when last seen, evidently had it
in his mind to lake u plunge in the Sa
The Lutheran Seminary.
Charleston, S. 0., July 28.—A tele
gram from Columbia, received IsH
night, c oveys the welcome tidings
that the board of directors of the Theo
logical Seminary of the United Luth
eran Synod of the South uus accepted
in preference to all other proposals
that were offered the bid presented by
th. United Lutherans of Charleston
and of Mount Pleasant ,and that ttm In
stitution will henceforta and forever
be located at Mount 1-teasant.
forecast for 36 hours ending 8 p. m.,
July 29, 1898.
Washington forecast for South Car
olina! Showers and thunderstorms to
night and probably Friday.
Washington forecase for Georgia:
Fair, except showers in northern por
tion tonight; Friday, occasional show
I .oca! forecast for Augusta and vi
rility Showers tonight and Friday.
Maximum temperature, 87.
The river at 8 a. m. was 10.4 ieet, a
fall of 2.8 feet In the past 24 hours.
The proportion of foreigners to En
glish in England is about one to two
hundred and fifty.
The flower trade in London exceeds
in vaTue over ten million dollars an
mi IOUANI A Yt A»
lIMNiKAT. Alt *# .toa
SOMEBODY HAS LIED,
OR SAGASTA IS A FOOL
The Charge of Underhand Work Against Us
Without Slightest Foundation.
Tint *•< X« • N«i* Prtftoiiwi tt lit Kik4 Yliorm. Fresi
Nktto Sbairtrf. Till r«lM 0» ifcr I'rrwtoai llkr
Oflff IMJ—Ir Tim IU4 Bt*b Tim W«» Xi
SriMß w Hill tbr MillUn OfrriUwiv
tra*vtaa*wt. O, C.. tm»r
l* M*W aa tto tattowir *t ito nwi*
«ai tto r»maa tawaao
No. t tot I tor* a*r» a* «w*lrto ta
: tototf «i *tmm to tot«* •* to ito iv
Imho* ml to*it!*lt«» aatu ito rnvt*
'emtmmmM MW T»*4»» •ft.tvw. w
- ii*tM a aw* *• ito IktaMtkt TM*«
«i*ta*M la to mi IWI kaoatola* W
* Mttrwtowa ttoitw* aM watt to a*-
IW to MMM W Ik* f-OMtoi ml
to Itotiot a*ai<* Ttol *(•*•. all lato
•toai twi rank ttova to mrnr ****♦•*
.imai la iitownaa tto Coho Rtrwa WMto
|.*i«a iartaa tto MW to tor* It atow
, im.lj « m Motti f.tortoitoa tai war
|aw»**a«MOMt to* 4me awttota ttot *a*
•mhpret It to tHlMwai «m «h»* to»r ta
‘adiitM* t* r*|a*artoaii**» W tto Tat
|W Utatto *«vM»«»vr»i. Kt»>n< qwall-
Ito t« ttwak for tto pwirtoi of
H|*i« m «fc» A»»airr «»wto .*totir a
•tmtl.r .t*l.m.m »»<t tto wll*«*i e'mf
f tot faitt •«•«*•• tto Tito
Malta atlfttoWti iw toat.u tt* 4*** j
< n jiir ! a* invantina* 4**l«n*4 t« pr*J-
I vat, • ito av»* ■•••'til pMHPtoa of Ik.
|,r< pmmre mo».»rttH It *oaW a*,t
i* nmtrntaiaW for a mum Oil ttot •"»
m*t* i rrrotutl .i. ton*. of vlo«» bo
;t*.rra r*t»oa la lt»l"l* mwM to to a* 1
atrttoi a* aa orrrturr for P»* r *. aai.
althi ueM ttor* mar bar* tora anv of
thl* "barli door *o*#*n." It oaa ***•■
to nmtrn.nl ibtl th«* IV-1 I'd 4Ul** *«v
'ltur.nl to. n«rt t»*n a part* *° **
Amtoaaad-tr Caaihoa mad* ao o**r
jtoro. dliort cr Indlrwl. "41 rial or ua
. fP, ml. rriatlac to poar* or to anr
ptiaw (4 pram, prtor to 3 "V loch Tmot
doy nfi*rß<-««. Bvrn *upp«Miln* Iti-r*
bad lw*n prom ovrrturea. »hlrh ttot*
had not Morn, tto mtlltar* authorltl**
nnrl Ha«a*ta * all*a*d atatrmmt that
pear* ovrrtutva oorrat* to aloy tto
<<>urao or military oo'railoßa aa Itttl*
B'ort of a mating and dtr*» lly contrary,
not only to tto mllitarp law* of th-
IVHwd Hint**. Ituf to tto whole rocog
ata*’t prtnctfdaa of Interaatlonal law •
In general, Internal law writer* a*r»w
that military ..prrailona afop only when (
SAYS HE WAS BURNED.
Something Which Has Caused ln
veatigation at the Hoe, Bal
Mr. John H. Nelbilng. the well
known magistrate, who has been at the
hrspllal for treatment, has returned to
hia home. nnd. U l» understood, says he
rerelt" d burn* while at the hospital.
Mr. Nelbilng. we are informed, says
that while nt the hoarltal hi* back was
mild severely burned with carbolic
at id. How this could have occurred
is a mystery to both superintendent
M:es Hays, who is most vigilant, was
asked about the matter today nod sa d
that she had investigat'd the matter
thoroughly and could in no way ex
plain how any burns were received ex
cept that hi> might possibly
hove gotten them from the
bath tub; that carbolic acid
was sometimes used It in it and that a
few drops might have adhered to the
Mm and 'n this way the burns might
WHO SHOULD FIX IT?
A Broken Place in the Sidewalk
Which Has Attracted Attention.
There Is possibly hardly a person In
town who has passed over the pave
ment or the government building but
has noticed tbs unpaved section on tho
extreme corner of Greene and Camp
boil streets. Many have remarked on
it others have noticed it. and passed
, n but all have doubtless wondered
why one of the finest pavements in the
ell-—and government property at that
—should have been left for so long in
that unfinished condition, borne have
advanced the suggestion that it was
left unpaved so that the corner curb
might be laid more easily, and others
th«t it was necessarry to leave it so
to put in tho connecting sewer to the
sand trap. This latter Is perhaps the
correct solution, but upon the arrival
of a government inspector who is ex
pected in a few days the matter >vil! he
put before him and the much talked of
Mr. Radford Loses Some Soap and
Mr. Henry Radford’s store on Wilde
street was entered by unknown parties
last night and a few bars of soap and
some candles taken. The police have
been .notified and will In their usual
way soon apprehend the thief. Per
haps this is another chisel thief; who
f AVISOS ‘MWblkh
PASS ••• r.*2S#
a •»#•* at aa tnaviuw « .triwakr **»•
<ia4ML atri **a* twa anawHM MH
a* Ik oi'twM t*M»# ikaa avt* iwritaM
aw.y atwrtdlt* toward a «ta, ’at »a of
MnatiMMe* a** M fygwtdai a# an*
; warrant t»r .roppa,g ito war,
Tto atneawM la Madtag aa mNtiarir
rwataatnierw amly Irwra (to I Mae tto*
tom. a.laa* Mia ft H. la ito
it. r*ab« |w tto forwati and toM
»»• M leeniorf aa ttor "'•at* la *M
ptemvt earn Ito araMMMr* m*«bi Ito
I lade or etriade Ito PMHpfla** a*
Poem itin>. a* ta* law p*r««*t mwfct
agree tot. aaitl ito) a*r** ibo* •«
to ao . Migatom I* a tot* tto mltnarr
operalMn* ta any held at opveattoaa
After tto Mtoimg of Ito wrmtMir*. a
pretlmlwary t<> to.rw. a atalu* **■> la
e*tabttaßed. and all military oporalioaa
roam to a halt at prdat* le*tgaal*4
aad at point, awl de*igaat*4 tto auto
t.nr p-ratl- n. pror**4.
In tto premmt raae. If ito truce mi
''general. • tone rat Mb* lie* aai < toner*!
Mile* and Admiral Itewey would *>»-
Ily rrmin tto poaltkdtai they now o*-
ca*r. ** 4 the moral ohligalhra would
to Impuord But to atrengttow tto*e pw>
'attl. n» or mato a*er*t prwparatt. a* for
more elf eel in* rontinuan** of war h*iw
• ner Mtlltarr aullnwltlaa agree that
the oaiy duaMAeation for ltd* rale la
i ttol relnf..f ea»«*it» mar be aeat for
w aid. and that defen.lre, but not at
,n i- ' ratten* trav to ontlnuod.
I‘nder »u«h rut*. Mpaln would tomlMiuo
her oreearatlon hw 'V-fendlng lhe rail
,of Minin, even aMer the of
hoatlltttoa. and at the name lime ih#
tv.lied Hi.tea could *ead forward re
in fr.ement* to Oenerat llttoa and Ad
miral Itower, *‘Ut alt offenalv* r.pera
tt'-na would cea*e. Wllh ihe*c w*U de
nned tutor, mtlltarr op-tailon* pweed.
Ilf auepted by all natton*. the aaaertlon
attrlhuiad to Premier Hago*ta that
mere overturwa for the leatattm rs
htolliulea rhould, la Ifaelf. *top h~*-
iHit|*a. II ta reg.idwl aa unaccounla-
REJECTED THE PUHP.
Important Mealing of the Summer*
At the meeting of the city council of
Hummcrrlllc, Just held, the inteudnnt
was authorised to write and reject thn
; Worthington pump In uae at the- water
vorks. Thia pump haa not given sat*
. iklurtlon. It has been pul In on trial.
: Th - Worthington people hove worked
- * n it. but hna’t* not made it a success,
j The Worthingtons will, of course, put
lu another machine.
The Smith jail pump la working all
right. It I* a larger pump and it la
the desire to keep the larger pump in
It was blso ordered, by ordlnanca
amendment, that the minimum sewer
connecting pipes be t Inches instead of
NOT DECIDED YET.
Hr. Bernt Doesn’t Know as to His
Berndt & Co. heve not decided yet as
to future business. Mr. Berndt said
this morning that he was up to hit
neck in embarrassment Just now nnd
hadn't thought of the. future. The as
elpmnmt is to Mr. Patti Muslin. Tho
l i.fienee to the, Columbian Banking
and Trust company, of Charlcs.on, is
owing to note to Franz Moechens, dis
counted, amounting to $550. The pref
erence to the Commercial Bank of A i
gnsta Ir. owing to note to J. H. Mont
gomery, and the personal of the as
signor, discounted, for $l5O.
Mr. Berndt has become very popular
in Augusta since becoming a citizen
here. Tic has made many friends, in
hitslneff and social life, who regret
his coirmercial embarrassment.
PRETTY POSTAL CARD.
It Is Gotten Out By an enterprising
Nowadays one can take a place of
card board, and, by putting thereon a
one-cant stamp, secure its status as
An enterprising Augusta printing
house, Messrs. Richards & Shaver, hava
just gotten out a very beautiful postal
card of tiiis unstampted kind. It is il
luminated in patriotic manner and is
very neat, and attractive. It is a su
perb sample in job printing and is a
sample of the work of the hounc men
tioned,. The card, also, is ruled nicely.
No fewer than ono thousand ono
hundred and seventy-three persons
have been burled in England in West-'