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' j uly 21 -Oarrla Withdraw*.
July i*. —Bhaftor In a fi*« fi* ht •<
July H.-MU** *>« f« rorto R ' co - (
Julv IS —Term* Of Oeneral Ti'ral *
aurrindlr. Madrid goternment y*.d.
and aurrendor romplotc.
" I<llv ,1 _(tnanirh army at Santiago
eurren-Vr* to the American*. Prov
,nf.r Hantlago ondar the .tars and
Ktrlne- America to transport the
gpanuh tro..|« bgrfc to Spain.
July 13.—T' How Jack broken out
July 13.—“ Irene" Incident at Ma*
July 4—First official telegram from
July 4.—Simultaneous printing of
Orvera’B deah and capture by Amer
July 2. —Resumption of lighting at
July I.—First report of Shatter an
nouncing opening of Santiago engage
Important Meeting of the Schoo
Trustees of the 121st.
Special to The Herald.
Hephzibah, Ga., Aug. B.—Visitors in
the village: Rev. J. H. Carpenter of
Atlanta: Dr. J. B- Wright and family
and Messrs. J. C .Whiteford, J. R. Ac
ton. C. M. Dreger and W. C. Turner, |
of Augusta. . _ , I
Th.re were the usual Sabbath school
exercises in the church yesterday.
K-v. J. W. R. Jenkins preached in
the Baptist church in the morning and
Rev J. H. Carpenter of Atlanta
preached at night. The music was very
Rev. R. B. Seals is conducting a se
ries of meeting at Rocky Creek.
Rev F D. Cantrell will begin a sc
ries of meetings in Brothersville M E.
church next Sunday. He will be as
fcieted by Rev. Mr. Spencer. ..
The Greatest good to the Greatest Number!
bankfupu afm» ny h*4 P»#ir *n i.rd J? ti
intnrf*f** with th* uvM*t b*rh4roua mlurut# 01 bynHwi !n Audi >OO *** Wr ro civin* routine ohj#ct lmon» *v*ry day In th*t*
d*n«Mful acknowledgment of th* b**yftt>Of ot numbor * fi t effort that w* cut too** H«r* to
„r, u i # « at our dovotion to (hi prlnclp •of th* gr—t—t *ooct to ln« *r«**t«M 11 mmuw. ** • " nw * w ’ 7
mwre* »o* 14 hours Mead about some o» the value, that are i.tepamd tor you.
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Aug. l.—KdnurvfU'f prwtf*t.
July P -Prrsilrßt rrptiw to »p*»® I
July M. —The Port of l*oWf surrm* I
Juty *> —Fifth IMlnola dt*ltf*art*»iir4
July 27. —TI <k*p# under Oeneml Mile*
July 27 Spain at:** f«»r peace.
July 2*.—Cuban* aUtrvtn*.
July 24 —Owners! MUen expenition
has reached P«rio Hico.
July 24. —Great work of Topeka *1
; July 22.—Oarda withdraw* hi* force*
|to the hill*.
I July 19.—Troop* embark. Mile* off
I July 17.—Terms of surrender have
' July 15. Stsr* and strlpfs over San
tiago. General Toral announce* accep
tance of term* of surrender. I niled
.States will send troop* home.
! July H.—Yellow fever at Santiago.
July It.—"lrene" Incident at Manila.
j u ly 4, —Simultaneous printing o.
Oivera's dash and capture by Amer
juiy 3.— Resumption of fighting at
July 2. —In Chronicle next day.
At a meeting of tl.e school trustees
for the 121st district held near Blythe
Saturday the following named teachers
wer • elected to serve for toe ensuing
White —Blythe —Miss Clara Seago,
Brandon —Miss Mamie Brandon: Wea
thersbee —Miss Kate Wicker; Byn
Miss Maggie Littleton; King Spring-
Miss May Trow bride; Henderson—Miss
i Fan is Palmer ; Hoods—Miss Emma
| Foss and Miss Josie Turner; Arrington
\ —Miss Mamie Littleton: McNair—Miss
Clara Fo-s: Phillips to he supplied.
: Colored— Brandon —Mifflin Browning :
Nebo— Maroto Ryan: Covenant— Cyn
! thia Wilkinson; Jones Chapel—Savan
nah Warren; Little Rock—Vic Wash
Why is it that a weak woman pos
sesses abnormal strength when it
comes to getting the best of man?
Chicago News. ........
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Mgalnf the P—• Term* ky Her
hperial IO The H«*M
Madrid. Ang t The *— *P
pr «.d the reply t» Anertr* after a
! on* roanrll with the m n.sier* and
hhe leaders of (be political part lee
Kmwrro Robledo ashed permi-.ioa to
speak pta aly. This was gran’ed He
told the queen the peace propoeed by
th# (*rm« of th# American mMiu<ai
wa<* daaimrous to th# monarchy. The
qu*#a sra* visibly iffirtH, hot Sacs*
ta. Campos. Daks T«-uan S Itrrla and
Pnox) Riser* pr##«#d h#r to nrr#pt th#
inevitable. She then t.ffaed the ap
BD..NED BY POWDER.
Hr. Robert Andrew* Hurt by Blank
Mr. Robert Andrew*, arbo work* for
the Postal Telegraph company, bad (be
misfortune to have bis face burned to
a e ight extent by the powder In a
Mr. Andrews was onr of the o%le
t herpes that escorted the remains of
Corporal May to the grave.
After lhe regular fliteral ceremonies,
Capt. Renkl gave the order for the sa
lute over the grave, a* la the custom
in all military burials.
Half of the soldier* were standing on
one »ldt of the grave and htilf on the
othir. Both raised their gun* at the
command and fired a volley. However,
cue of the men did not elevate hi* piece
enough and the discharge of powder
burned Mr. Andrew* In the face. Hl*
eye*, fortunately, were not injured and
only a fi <v powder mark* made on the
flesh, which will wear off In a few
TYPICAL MONDAY SESSION.
Offenders (lalore at the Court of the
The recorder's court session was
long drawn out today and the offnnd
ors were tlierr galore. The offenders
t,nd fines were a* follows:
Krnfsl Wimberly. s2.f>o.
Clarence John non, sl.
John Ramb. sl.
l)iel*. William*, *5.
Alice Files, $3.50
Ella Huff, $lO.
Hattie Johnson, $2.
George Van, $3.50.
Joe Marshal, $2.
Kent Galloway, $2.50.
.Yancey Donn, $2.50.
John Holley, $2.50.
Gus Hill, $2.50
Sevcial cases were dismiss'd.
An Old Confed.
"Judge, I’m an old Confederate sol
dier and my two eons have gone to
war. This is my first offense; pray be
light with me,” was the way Mr. R. G.
Holley pleaded his case before Judge
Baxter today. He was at. court on an
eighteenth section diarge. Judge Bax
ter took into consideration that it was
Mr. Holly’s first offense and dismissed
John S. Polona Dead.
Asheville, N. C., Aug. 8. Brigadier
John S. Poland died here today, of fe
ver contracted at Chickamauga. Ihe
remains were taken to his home in New
York state. _ _ ....
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ON THE CABLE.
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lulu uwrnttr t*IM to Waabtagt«b-
JlirtPED THE TRACK.
Fatal RnaHt of aa AicMaat Tbia
Caat<Ul. Mas*.. Aug * -Three n>»*
w+tm hiiM hw4 a nomivr nf mall
. i —b t mr\ fifyly ||i|SM *1 al I'snloS
rto! from NVw Turk to Itusiua lump*
Hi* Private Car Swmbed la an Ac.
Seattle Wash.. Aug. X.— Nets* baa
beea rereivedi that the private car of
Daniel lam* o> vtee prealdent of the
Northern Parlfir nllnad, wa* badly
wrecked on the Beattie and Interna
tional road fifty mile* from tfi'a elty
Fortunately no one wa* hurt. While
the pateengcr train to which the ear
was stashed was standing on a trestle
sixty* fret high It was run Into from
the rear by a freight. The engineer of
the freight had reversed and the force
of the collision wn* not sufficient to
throw the passenger train off the track.
Mr. !<r>mont nnd the occupants took
refuge In the former car*.
IN THE MOSI'll M
The Soldier I’atlent* Now at San
San Francisco, Aug. 8. — There are
now 282 patients in the divisional hos*
pital at Presidio. Of the last twelve pa
tients brought In seven have the meas
les, three from the Seventh eavalry,
two from the Fifty-first lowa, one from
the Flrat Tennessee and one from the
First Oregon recruits. The most se
rious rase In the divisional hospital Is
that of First Sergesnt Wesley Kimber
ly, of the Firnt Tennessse, who has
spinal meningitis and is not expected
ON TO MANILLA.
There Will Soon Be Mustering Out of
San Francisco, Aug. 8. The big
transports Soodla and Arizona may
»ail for the Pblllplpnes by the end of
the week if not before. There la the
growing belief that they may not carry
so many men as at first Intended and
that the beginning of the peace nego
tiations m an the mustering out of
the troops remaining at Camp Merritt
and Presidio. Merritt now has with
him in or on the way to Manila 15,000
Don’t wear clothing loud enough to
atttract a crowd.
Dont he afraid to use good advice
for fear of spoiling it.
Don’t try to stop a bicycle by pull
ing back on tire handlebars.
Don't take any stock In the man
whose capital consists of wind.
Don’t bother about taking aim If you
want to phoot the chutes of oblivion.
Don't forget that an ounce of silence
Is better lhan a pound of explanation.
Don’t refer’ to a spinster as one of
your oldest customers IT you want to re
tain her trade.— Chicago News.
for rent or lease.
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BAD HOLE! IN HRIIMIE.
Repairs Should Be Made on W est End
A diMtgrroua hole In the flooring of
lbs West End canal brldgr ha* been
reported at police station by Officer
From what can b" learned thr brldgr
flooring la worn badly and should be
repaired at once. Much complaint la
being made abcut It. If a horse or per
son crossing the bridge should slip into
the hole, they would suffer quite an In
jury without a doubt.
A bit of repairing done now to the
structure may save a case against the
SHOT AT A THIEF.
Officer Murpbey Fired Three Time*
at a Burglar.
Some thief tried to enter Miller and
Nlxi n’s warehouse last night.
During the wee *ma’ hours, Police
Officer Murphey detected a man trying
to moke an entrance to the building.
The officer then attempted to slip up on
the thief, but the latter caught on to
the cop’s proximity and made off. The
officer fired three shots at the retreat
ing figure, but the bullet* did nol have
the desired effect, the man escaping in
It Is thought he «vas a negro.
Baseball at Vaucluse.
Special to The Herald.
Vaucluse, S. C., Aug. B.—The W. K.
H. baseball team, from Augusta, coin
posed of boys between the ages of 14
and 16, came over to thiß town last Sat
urday afternoon and played the V. A.
L. team of this town. The game was
hotly contested through every Inning,
and resulted In a tie at the end of the
ninth Inning, it being then too dark
to play further. The score was 13 to
13 The battery for the Augusta boys
was Eddie Ron* and Kelly Starnes, f..r
Vaucluse, Willie Coott und John Wil
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Bears tbo Hie Kind You Have Always Bought
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TOWNS (JIVE UP.
Three Other Towns Surrender to the
Special to The Herald.
Off'San Juan, Aug. 8. On the sth,
Fajardo and two other towns in north
western Porto Rico surrendered to the
Ebers, the Author, Dead
Dondon, Aug. B.—George Ebers, the
author, is dead.
licit. AA hcdcr's Dauth' *r.
"I haven't seen anything la year*."
I *gy* a woman who an* dnnAi in Tam
j pa. Jtun before Ike troops left to open
'the Hunt .ago campaign, to a Washing*
> ton Pont reporter, "that wa* so pretty
S aa the great friendship between Oener
,.t Wheeler and hi* el’Vst daughter.
• They are more like comrades than fa
ther and •laughter, and neither aeems
' <|nlt* hapr 1 ’ with the other out of *tgbt.
Mttn Wheeler accompanied her father
: whenever poa* ble and waa often to be
seen riding with him about Tamps and
the ramp She waa ready to go at a
moment’s notice and several fltne* I
noticed her riding along contentedly
I wearing a muslin froch and riding
sideways on a man’* aaddle. She
' wanted to go to the front »« a nurae
in order to be near her father, and I
; think she would have been perfecly
happy If she could have ridden with
| him In the fight.”
Music at At. James.
| Mr. R. A. Brand’s pleasing voice wa*
heard to good advantage yesterday
training at St. Jr.mt*. In Nevln's Hills
of God. This choir Is, during the nb
sonce of Mr. Waison. under the able
'direction of Augusta's prominent so
prano and organist, Mrs. N L. Willett,
who Is assisted by Miss Mamie Saxon.
Mr. Brand and oLber of her pu
Miss Cora Tarver is in Saluda.
Miss Eva Mashliurn is In Elberton.
Mrs. M. D. Walsh Is in Charles
,Mlss Mattie Swindell is in Greens
Miss Pauline Austin Is visiting In
Mias Celeste Allen has returned from
Miss Joeela Summers leaves today
Miss May Wilkinson hac returned
Miss Ruth Howard is visiting friends
Miss Louise Howard has returned
Mrs. DfiVeya Cohen is visiting rela
tives in Sparta.
Miss Ethel Parks Is visiting friends
Miss Janie Timberlake Is visiting
friends in Atlanta.
Mr. C. J. Bayne has gone on an ex
tended western Pour.
.Miss Dedie Carrol! ha 3 returned from
a visit to Kirkwood.
Rev. and Mrs. Hunter Davidson left
today for Henderson.
Miss Katie Dodge has returned from
a visit to Beaeb Island.
Mrs. Frank Butt and Miss Butt are
summering in Gainesville.
Mr. James Taylor leaves th.s week
for Saluda and Hot Springs. >
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Mra I, B IovMM Ma urtHfM* fXMi
a v >s t» ft«*4< m Moauna
Mr* C. N Hart aad Mm Asm Malt
ara ui iim ltV*4a ta Mara*
Mr ami klc* toasts Watkav tktley
ba*a raurtsd from AaAlvilla
Ml*a ftuy Baity haa rvtfrtad from
a v alt lo retailer* ta Baity. B. C.
Ml** Julia yilvh. who hi «i#n4iag
the aMaer la Europe It ns m Par
Mr* T. K Bra«t and Mrs. ICbaa
Dnugfcly are at Mrs. Btuaail #, oa tfca
Mr*. Charley Howard and Mr Ganr«e
Howard are viaiuag rrtal Iva* la North
MiM Jessie Wall and Mia* Maud
: Gilbert are attending a house party la
, Bordeaux. 8 C.
Mr*. Henry Cohen and Master Rod
J Cohen re’nrned last night from Built
-1 van’s Island.
Mlm Pearl Swindell ha* returned to
i Tennessee after a visit to her aalar.
Mr*. David Shaver.
Mrs and Mias Vaughan and Mr. and
Mr*. Dan Vaughan will cave this weau
for" North Carolina.
Mi* Piaatoa Brook* Tobin and chil
dren hkv# gone U» Parkersburg, W.
Va., for tho summer.
Mlsa Marie Allen will leave this
week for Fiat Rock. N. C.. where abe
will join friends from Kentucky.
Mr. nnA Mm. Porter Fleming, who
have been summering at Bath, leave
tbia week for the North Carolina
Mis* Hattie Fargo Butler and Mian
ModeJle Burrows will go denrn lo Bath
this afternoon, as the guests of Mrs.
George Fat go.
Mra James Gardner. Miss Mattie
Gardner, Mrs. Arthur Grabowskl, nnd
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Miller are among
the Augustan* at Battery Park.
A Feminine Anomntly.
There Is an anomaly In town, an
anomaly whlrh should receive an ova
tion as a relic of times long past. The
anomaly is a very pretty young woman
who proclaims openly that she is an
old maid aunt. It is a long time since
an old maid uunt hßs been outside of a
story book. But this young woman
seems to'flll all the requirements, ex
cept that she is not still mourning a
gallant lover lost In the civil war
she is not old enough for that she
Is not mourning nny long-lost lover at
all, and she has not (he preternatural
ly meek and subdued though cheerful
spirit with which the literature old
maid aunt is usually endowed. The
young woman modern old maid aunt
happens to have older brothers and
sisters who have families and who do
not live In their native town. They
have the usual ups and downs inci
dent to fondly life, whooping cough or
measles, the papa or mamma ill or go
ing away, and always sewing to do for
the babies. So the old maid aunt 1s
sent for upon any and nil of these oc
“Really, ’’ she said last week, relax
ing for a few moments from the dlg
niiy of being housekeeper for Brother
John. "I don't mean to imply that I am
eo very good, but I don’t like to -sew
for myself and I do like to sew for oth
er people. Why T took two of the ba
by’s old dresses today and made one
good one out of them. I have trav
eled all over the country after my rel
atives and really 1 have had an awfully
good time out of it.” Exchange.
Before purchasing a pistol or gun,
cell on me. I can save you money. Lew
is .T. Schaul, Pawnbroker on Jackson
street, established 1890.
Why docs the average son think he
knows more than his father?