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A NEORO SUICIDI:.
Prisoner In the Laura n* Jail Hants
Laurent, S. C. Aug. <■ Dirh S.mp
kd. colored, c mini uil mltM« in the
county Jail day before jecrrliy. He
contrived a sort of rope front bit un
de ra ear and suspended himself by Ibn
neck float on upper mm bar of a win
He was a Crosa H.ll man and was
sent to jail for breach of the peace,
and resistance to the town officials, for
several days he had shown Siam of
m ntai ai; rra ion. Another MIS
was confined in the ceil with blot,
but wsa asleep when Diek porformed
Our saleaday pasaeff without inei
dent. A great sprinkling cf candidates
Crop-* are reported good, glass con
quered and lay-by duly declared. The
■miltitudincuß state aspirants ar’ anx
iously looked for. being due here on the
Some time ago a lltt'e bottle of Cham
berlain's Colic. Cholera and Diarrhoea
Remedy fell Into my hand*. Just at a
time when my two-year-old boy was
terribly afflicted. Hi* bowels were be
yond control. Wo had tried many rem
edies, to no purpose, but the little bot
tle of Cello. Cho'era and Dlarihoe Rem
edy speedily cured him.—William F.
Jones. Oglesby, Oh. For sale by Alex
ender Drug & Feed Co., C. R. Parr,
of Beil Tower Drug Store.
PSESIDENT PREFERS HANSON.
The Cotton Hill Han fs Mc-
Kinley’s Choice For the Place.
Washington. Aug. s.—The President
will tender a i'c-a cn the Industrial
Commission to Maj. J. F. Hanson, of
Mate-a, Ob., as the representative of
the cotton mill interests of the South.
H.o staled as much to a friend with
whom he discussed the make-up cf th:)
commission, ’ll is his Intention to fill
the membership of this body some time
during till* month, so that it may meet
and organize about the Ist of Septem
ber. This commission I* to c insider a >
great variety of questions, and it will
doubtless play a most Importo.m part
in the legislation cf the future. If
Maj. Hanson accepts the President's
tender. Georgia will have two rr.cm
bers. Congressman Livingston being
one of the five apdpinted from the
House. Hanson's is the Prudent's
own suggestion. Ho has in no sense
bee- a candidate for tlie place, but the
President’s Warm friendship for the
major cropped out when it wos urged
upon him that a representative of the
cotton milling interests should have a
piece in that body. He at once deci
ded to off r't to the Georgian. Cotton
mill met? cf South Carolina endorsed
Ellison A. Smyth, of that sta-. - . but
if Maj. Hanson will accept the Presi
dent's personal tender of the place he
]j tje named. —News and Courier.
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I Madrid, Spain, Aug. *. Gencrat
Wrylrr was >a<«l Ihvav •*»•» war* in
vttrd I* call U|*»n Premier Fagasta to
day and |it* the roment ibvir
view* upon the advisability of conclu
Tire general went a lei ter pleading til—
gi-aa. and declining an Interview. He
write* that, under Ihe rtrt um»taßi «-a,
,he prefer* t* have the pieonler put In
l writing * ha! be dealren; then he film
general) will reply, although fee must
!*ay he la **t«,nt#h*-4 to be consulted
i, n pence, since hia ..pinion had not t»m»
a*ke<l before or during the war.
General Weyler remind* B*n«r B****-
la that the Spanish nation wanie.l to
go to war because it bad a right to
believe that the government was pre
pared for It. But, having been dl*»p
polnied In Itg exportations, It Incllnea
now toward peare.
The general ha* read Romero Roble
do's ' deflarall.ina on the subject of
peace, which he declare* are icua vigor
ous than hia own would be.
Madrid. Spain. Friday.—The govern
ment has given orders that the minis
ter of war shall not force the resist
ance in Porto Rico to the utmost. This
is at the Instigation of Premier Hagas
ts, who deplore* any unner.o >ry loss
of life, knowing that Porto Rieo will
in-vltably foil Into the hands of the
I Americana. T Captain General Marlas
has been Instructed to obtain term*
l U ke thoae obtained by General Toral.
jor better, bo an to »nve Spanish honor
, as much a» possible.
SCHLEY GETS A BADGE.
The Commodore Makes a Charactei
! Columbus, 0.. Aug. «. - Commodore
Schley has sent a letter of acknowledg
ment to Tiie Columjms Dispatch, vblch
right after the hulile of July 3 sent bun
a badge extolling the victory. Beaideg
other things, th.s « "i the badge:
Hurrah ior Sehiey;
Ho chased ’em
• And placed ’em
And waited round to
A,nd sffM ’em
And got ’em,
And sent 'em to the
The commodore’s letter follows:
Flaeship Brooklyn, Guantanamo Cu
ba. July 26. My Dear Sir:—l thank
you for your note and tho enclosed
badge, but I think ycu do me more
hocor than I desci***. and I can only
accept the kind werus you offer to
share them with my hiave comrades,
who did ec much mere than I to mu'.o
July 3, 1898, so memc’-alile. The
sweetest assurance of all comes in the
fact that ihc conduct of all on that day
won the lc e and admiration of our
tpiendid people for wimsci cause they
stand, no matter at what cost to thrm
seb/os. and this garland belongs as well
to the humblest in our number as to
the highest in command. God bless
our native land.
Very sin-crely yours.
W. S. Schley.
For Infants and Children.
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New York. Aug l-J* Jeffrie*, ike
much b'raidxt heavy weight pugilist
f M oni i MBta. was lo have foot In
flub Armgtrcng and Steve O IN nuell.
tar ten crowd* each, feeforv tfe# l-anna
~:bictir dub last ■!*•»!, hut be was on
ly able lo carry o«r. bnif of his proposed
ll* m<: Armstrong and defeated him
j but in doing an b* shattered hia left
[arm and was unable lo meet O'Ooooeli.
|This was an unfoctuoat* tht»g for both
Jeffrie* and the club, aa Ihc former
felt perfectly confident of defeating
! both men. and Ihc manager* of thw rlub
• >ere w rry lo be compelled to d-aap
point their patrons.
San Francisco. Aug. d. Tom Tracy
lor Ausirnlla nml Franh McConnell of
Oakland Cal., met last night, before
j the Olympic athletic club, of this city.
S in the presence of three thousand *P** ■
Tv ary landed a lightning band sw ng
on ihc point of the Jaw In the srvim
teentb round which fairly lifted Mr-
Ct anell off hia feet, and as be failed to
arise within tho prescribed ten aeconda
the Australian was awarded the decis
Failing Sight Restored
Diseases of the Eye Cured
*• M §ssot*jiiSoM
mg*! a BfMSKTF The only absolutely
Sate, Painless and pre
fflO m&M&Ein em i n ently Scientific
Treatment, administered at the most success
ful Eye Sanitarium in the world Delightfully
located at Glens Falls, on the Upper Hudson
in Northern New York —a beautiful, historic
region widely famous tor its cool and health
If anything serious ails your eyes, a vacation
at the North, with us, may be worth untold
treasure to you— . , . ,
For what is Life itself, without Eyesight.
And "frhale'oer threatens '■Vision demands imme
Write a* freely a* to your symptoms, and we will.without charge,
ggnttf vou as to the probable cause, ami what should be clone.
„ „„ny ease, the Absorption Treatment can be given at
nomo. with the most gratifying results, .-.-. mi a. nomm. expense.
W- have an explanatory pamphtet.apecifying a lew of the •-
ands of cases in which it has been successful; also containing mfor
.nation and advice tor which atone an ocobat would change jon s.o
~, c. . This will be mailed free.
Va'k for treatise -and If auything alia your eyes, for your
OW .;“ k Ke'v d T»i tt 'iton.e«. D. D.. of New Orleans, indorse, this
BEMiS EYE SANITARIUM, Glens Falls, N.Y.
TH ART ACOUBVA IUCKALD
OF ERNEST GANT
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aa.nl l.n-alrt,*ai k<»Hk. *t Ito ramp,
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lakrti o»ajr. *» to **» Irfl I* Ika har
rarUa. Tto *qua>l ralurnrd l« ramp.
To be Cowrtmarlialed.
This morning al 7 o'rloHi lAmlenant
Pnionel Withrow rum. I« tw-adquartrrs
and asktd that »« trial In tw-order'*
t aurt b»* given lb* aoldler. as be wnnM
Iw must severiy punlsh.-d tah-n taken
t a< k to ramp.
Chief Hood agreed to ibis und as soon
•a Gant recovers enough lo tie aWe lo
he removed, n squad will be sent in to
toy n to lake him 10 Camp flyer, where
Monday hr will I* rourtmarlialed. aa
will Iho others who were with him.
The officers of the ramp are determ
ine-! lo punish the fellow heavily. It I*
understood that a santenee of the hard
est kind of work will be In fluted on
him for 30 days and no pay lie allowed
him on payday that la a few days off.
There was no attempt l>y the military
people al all lo lake the man away
from the poller authorities. Al 10
o'clock this morning Gant was still In
a drunken stupor.
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TP the Kdltor of The Herald - Air
Prof MrGnhrr'a might arhcail will cow*
mrnre Monday night the Ith Inst
The bra nr be* lawnht will »>* spell
ing. reading writing and arlthmeUe |
Tbl* school la oraaalted for the spe
cial benefit of I hoar whose school ad
vantages have bs* very little.
A majorlly of children raised to work
ig cotton mills never have ibe rhanre
of allrnding school mreh. So long ss
they are subjeel lo their parents they
must toil in th* mill. Hence many o!
them grow up without knowing how
even to read nr write.
gome of the beat material we have
in the world la in Ihe rough-the best
talent — Ihe brightest
A yotin* man dwlMutP of al! dßUrtl*
tlon htsilaie* In going to school. Hr
sufftr* un embnrraaament almost un
b-'archie upon entering a aehroil whew
even the very youngest pupil* are fur
ther advanced than he. He would be
more r.wdy any time to fare a Spanish
cannon Ilian encounter the fun-maktng
propensities of thoughtless boy* and
girls hoys and girl* who have had
nothing to do all Ihelr lives but lo go
While a few hrave heart* have stood
the storm and renrh.'ti Ihe goal, yet a
gnat multitude of others have
ered on the erucl rocks rail’d emnar
rasammt. Rather than he laughed at
they decide to go through life minus
TbcßP unfortunates need a school of
their own. A rchool organized for their
special benefit. A school wherein they
may M free and enay. A school
wherein they will have nothing to an
noy or erobnrrara. Wherein all ran
m."et ttpon a common level. Wherein
love will be the ruling factor. Wherein
no note of discord will ever be heard.
Wherein f tin-making anti fun-poker*
will bo forever unknown. Such « school
Prof. MGGnhee deslr. * h’a to be.
Young man. you mey not be able to
read, but yet you ore welcome to this
school. If you ennnot read, we know
you cannot help it. Wo do not blame
you, rather we sympathlro with you.
While others were at school you were
herd at work In the mill. Gome, we
will help you; mnke you feel fro? and
easy. Soon you will know how to read.
Soon you will be netonlshed at Ihe
rapidity of your progress.
The Herald’s Charges Substantiated.
To the Editor of The Herald: Sir
I read your editorial tonight, "Improve
Our Sanitation," with quite a degiee of
approval, he conditions are certainly
far f#om satisfactory, i. e„ to some of
us. I cannot speak with knowledge of
the various parts of the city, but in
the secdon I live In the odors are any
thing hut pleasant. To my certain
knowledge, Ihe trash and permeated
sewer dirt taken from the sand traps
have been allowed lo remain in Ihe
Barrets for several days. Also, In con
nection with I his, the odors arising,
from I lie sewer is such as to make HI
decidely unpleasant to remain on one’s
veranda at night. 1 hone your efforts
in this line will have the desired lif
ted. Lower Brood.
Aug. 4. 1898.
20-year filled gold watches In ladles'
and gents’ sizes with Elgin or Wal
tham movement from $7.00 to $12.50.
Guarantees with eaeh watch at Lewis
J. Schaul's, Reliable Pawnbroker on
V 75 f ?fN
fair kaMtoii*. I Mia
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f V* VirddkfMld Wtol THlddi VAWiil
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Of Mad aad tor**
la tors to* psa tto rtmto
Al isara |*ar* aai fci* #in*ta« *wal
to *iH ***** inn.
Itol auk atofci • «r*aaatltoa*tr fcltol.
t to*. Ito ir«4r* *a4 ham
O Saw*** aandy kr *<wi fpH
That lain »o*r aarw toan will Ural
A .kill of fra*.
Into yoar toan a minor anr.
A* aloa poar prrf **rd gar aval • Srsi.
And dl.appL ar
A down ih» yrar
—CWia A HaraarS. Ob Aacuai Up
A PtenaMf Glimpse aI
Thackery a* a day
It was whit* Thackeray wsa M school j
at Cbiawtck (bat hi* mother and her !
husband cam* home from India. In
a tetter written to India, she tella of
Is r mredng with her mm:
"He had a perfect rerollietlon of me;
he rnukt not speak, hut kfused me. and
looked at me again and again, and I
roc Id almost have said laird, now
lettest thou thy servant depart to
arc.' He la the living linage of Ih*
father, and God In heaven send that he
may resemble him In all but bis too
short life. He la tall, stout and sturdy.
Ill# eye# are become darker, but there
la still the same dear expreuatoa. Hl*
drawing la wonderful. '’
There la n great deal of biography In
that abort extract and the reference to
Thackeray's father constitute* the on
ly allusion to him not merely formal
which ever buprenrd lo cum* to Ihe
present render's nolle*. Evidently this
iKiy loved bis mother, and she him. a*
we.a 10 be expected, and one may rec
ognize, front sraps of later lett.-m, that
the relation always continued Intimate.
If the man’# nature wn# #we*t, and a
at nr" of love wn* nlwrya la hi* heart
ready to leaven tti.? thought# of a host
cf reader*. It is obvious that he came
honestly by those bleseed atribute*.
A Clever Young Writer.
Miss lJlllan Bell, of Chicago, now
ranks as one of the Dading literary wo
men of America. She certainly has the
most flashing wit of any modern wo
man writer. Her best known stories
1 r.re "The Love Affairs of an Old Maid."
i -The Coder-Side of Things" and "A
Utile Sister cf the Wilderness;’’ of the
Inst of which the famous young preach
er of the Academy of Music is said to
Ibe the hero.
| When she wrote that extraordinalily
clever article on the general unlnter
' estingness of the "Young Man CnUer
Thirty-five,” a couple of yeara ago In
; "The I-ndics’ Home Journal.” every
body read it and then began to nsk:
["Who is Lillian Be’.l?" It was a most
nudacloua and original skit. The story
is told that Mr. Bok was imploring
Miss Bell to write something for his
"L. H. J." She protested that she had
absolutely nothing to say. But as he
was holding on she chanced to make a
wlty remark about the general social
uleslessness of men under thirty-five.
"Write on that!” exclaimed the astute
young Journalist, and she did.
Miss is sUM young; she Is beau
tiful; she dresses exquisitely; ■she Is a
society woman. Yet her literary meth
ods are true and accurate; she never
wrote as an nmatcur; and beneath her
dashing wit she has an honest think
ing brain and n profound human sym
pathy. Her father came from Maine
nnd her mother from Tennessee, and
she herself has always been a Chicago
girl. Sh.e throbs with the American
These cards are out: Lieut. Col.
Charles L. Withrow requests tho pleas
ure of your company at IMb marriage
to Miss Evelyn Shea Witino on Tues
day tho ninth day of August at twalve
o’clock, high noon, at St. Paul’s church,
Airs. Willet at St. James.
K will be welcome news to music
lovers that Mrs. N. K. Willet will sub
stitute as choir conductor for Mr. YVat-
Bon at St. James church, while this
well known organist is absent from the
city during August. Mrs. Wiltet’s
beautiful voice has been heard ill pub
lic for some time, and there are many
ato ami to tomtoto to toan Ika*.
W*M *4 ad toama
na.’M Hit toaa* «A 8 *•« a
Am* a Irina#
Tto V****** a.ikaM* am «wa a
huiii* 1 aarw* m tutoi’M*
;**h fato .•a.im
| a. **4 to I rank ar* m faiada
tt. aaa Mi* Raa* ar* M r*a my a
tom rvkmto AIM* h iMHtof toirato
In Owtarr a
Hr* Itorah WdA fc »r«%ding a
f»a ton at RraatoH
ttr *ad Vn tow nswftMl •**'
•nawriad la CraWaar
to aad Hr* * 'Ur* R Wfc ir *r*
«>*Mta« mtoma* la Naitolh.
Mr* llano* aad Mr* Wuita* Obsm
bat* WMard fro* MarWto
Mm BM«r May M #.**wto4 toaaa
rum Ckaalaaaa* IfcM tfr.aoas
Mr *a4 Mr* MMkw I »»**4rr *:ll
IM*. aril att* Ito Hm ***»•«*
M<* to*-4M M. Wry a ill fWa ika
A*«ana rtooay at Mm Kpn*#* arti
Mr W U Rrr*B M MWaitoS • fra
arrk* auk kM anawroa* fr w»4r la
Mia* Mary Willie Another, of Atlan
ta, >• vtailing Mr*. C. H. Tutt. at IKf
UrluasM at reel
Mr* D R Wr-ght, Mr* RRgahe’h
Turpin and M's* Margaret Jordan are
at Karri* Lithla.
Mia* Nora Wood, of North Augusta,
baa retained from a v*rv i )• aaant vtatt
to rotative* tw Johnatou.
Mr Grrog* Carl?on. of Adaahurg.
Ga . I* visiting Mr W P Griffin, at IP*
new home oa McDonald street.
Dr. and Mr*. W. C. CWkley and
Mr John Freatleaa Cl-rkley leave to
morrow morning for a two weeks' May
on Sullivan's Island.
Before purchasing a pistol or gun.
rail <>• me ! ran anve you money, lev
1, j. ftchaul. Pawnbroker on Jaefcaon
‘street, established I?**
ALGER CO.niNU MOIE.
The Sec retar v'a Sob Ordered Fro as
Wash'ngttm Aug. «. Capt. F. M.
I Alger, son of the sc-retary of war. who
has been on duty In th# campaign
I against Santiago, ha* been ordered
! h .me because of disability. Through
jsome accident the captain ausialned a
! sc.era wrench of on® cf hi* kßcro,
, which will neoeeaitate It being put in
to * pln«trv ram for successful treat
The secretarr'’* son had Buffered sev
eral accidents to the same knee during
the past two r r ear*. to one eaae Ihe jib
boom of a ship striking and painfully
Mr. Wolf*, of Dundee, Mo..who
travels for Mansur A Tibbetts, Imple
ment Co., of 8». Louis, give* traveling
men and traveler* In general *ome good
advice. "Being a knight of the grip,”
he says, "I have for the past three
years made It a rule to keep myself
supplied with Chamberlain's Colic,Chol
era and Dlarrhrca Remedy, end have
found numerous occasions to teat its
me. Its, not only on myself, hut on oth
ers 11s well. I can truly say that I nev
er in a slnle instanre have known It
to fall. I consider It one of the best
remedies travelers can carry and cou'd
relate many Instances where I have
used the remedy on sceptics, much to
their surprise and relief. 1 hope every
traveling man In the XT. S, will carry
a bottle of this remedy In his grip.
For sale by Alcxand Drug & Seed Co.,
C. It. Barr, of Bell Tower Drug. Store.
THE UNION MEETING.
Prof C. H. S, Jackson Hakes a Very
Harlem. Ga.. Aug. 6. The Union
meeting at Silver Run church was vveil
attended on Sal 111 day and on Sunday
the crowd was Immense—not morn
than half of those- present were able to
get In the church. Prof. C. H. 3,
Jackson of Hcphzibah made an inter
esting talk on Sunday morning, which
was ‘veil received and highly apprecia
ted by Hie vast audience which had the
good fortune to hear him. He is not
only one of the lending educators of the
state, but an earnest and influential
worker in the cause of religion. The
next session of the Union mecUng will
be held at Wren’s church, embracing
the fifth Sunday in October.
Smith & Wesson pistols from $5 to
$8.50. Several good bicycles for sale
very cheap. Good watches from $1.25
lo $50.00 at Lewis .T. Sahaul, Reliable
Pawnbroker, under'the Arlington.
7 Per Cl $500,000 7 Per Ct
FOREIGN CAPITALISTS WILL
LOAN HALF A MILLION DOLLARS
on realty In Augusta, Oa. Terms 7
per cent. For further Information see
their attorney at law, P. J. Sullivan,
Ee., or Mr. P. G. Burum.