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The aor’ido la pw a at ast*adanr#
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toll call, whit# tke deliberation* were
■wot koraO’ti wui and without Ik*
#H#Bt*»< .ponGotrasy or wrangling.
Mi. Wrtgtu iuu'J lb*; the outlook (or
• sweep,ng dnxNiitic victory wo*
mum bright and encouraging. m fact
U,r largial majority to tu»uy (*
•vp.,t*o tbi* foil. Tk »»• lb* **«*-
rol f**ltaa *mo«f Ik* roraratue# and
U,er# ia IHil* '.>ubt a bos' W» eoraglet*
«w Ideal mu
Next to iha rontedt b*l«**n J K.
Iloalcy and R. T. Nalbßt, the jirliiu
ul subject tor dsrutsloß an lb* ir
ulajiiio Inn to reclaim a*rtalb popu-
Hat covin' ia* that ban* at rayed from
lb* <t*tnn.'rail* raid It waa suggested
Unit in, wr« (nuniiil* aad lb* sure
pofulla vuunti.t be left to boat le for
«b<(Harl«aa aad that all energy aad
pressure abo'ild b* brought lo bear on
Iba debatable gdettoo* Tb * work la
to be prosecuted with vigor, and
la to b* tarried on ayatewittea ly
r.nd wt b en#rg ! \ and th.*ra la little
doubt regarding tb* mult
!n ahort. (he members of tb* com
tii ttea may be said to have luduig'd
Ut a 'ove f»aai, tlnrturel w.lh ro*v an*
ti.'pstion.i of victory and triumph rhis
A very grarrful and timely act was
tha offer of Governor Atkinson, Judge
Spencer Atkin*' n ard Senator IWnoH
to stump tfcw »•»'* in the (nteresi of
Cut. Cr tidier.
Tlio romn' lirr « copied tb* proffer
o! services cf these geatlvuwti, w(tk ,
A »*•.;’ prorolnont populist » man of |
standing atu? weight '» h* party pi*,«
offered hi* m-rvlr,-. in Colnnel Gaud
Besides Mr. Wright, who I* h <om
iniSusmuii frutu tb* tUhte »' large
the ieptyri'titati**a of I!>• Tenth Ccm
giewmwil dtetidet w*r* Mossr.s HtJV
ace liutden or Tolliver and T. K. Maa
vcuKule of Wat ran ntunVy
Tho cobleat between Meanrs Moilry
and N "blit, or rather tb<y acting of
tbo eaecotlvo 'euJlKpih** ou tht enm*.,
was lu the nglnr* y(f grlntraUkh, «>
as they hod no Official Jm iHdi.'ion tu
The question submitted do the cu v
raittee was which of the two was ihe
legul and rightful nominee of the dis
trict. Many of the committee felt
that Mr. Motley should have been
nominated. Inasmuch us he had been
unanimously selected by the people of
Cobb county In primary, and it was
Cobb county’* time to furnish the sen
ate. But the language of the sub
mission restricted the decision of the
commUtee to the side question which
was the legal and rightful nominee,
and Inasmuch as Mr Nesbitt had re
ceived the vote at the majority of the
members composing the senatorial
district, the committee felt obliged to
decide that Me. Nesbitt was ihe regie
TO RENT TO RENT T<=> RENT
20 New and attractive Houses on Upper Broad Street, just up-to-date, belonging to J.
20 New Houses, Four Rooms each, on Jones Street in re#** of aoove. Be; oppoi tumty . i _
would respectfully call the attention of my friendsipnd customers to these new rent offet mgs. Prices to S .
on Application. JolllT Wi Dickey, Real Estate Agent
Of ttw rinhtodNM Of our
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Mi ipodf *• coo*
unup Ui tombioa «U <»*'•"•'***
mid ro«oon •• to lh» UmA of
ThU MM « lueMU ••«♦» do.
Wo novo • fin* honor of <*nrl"f
mafthandtM OVOP from MM *0
»aa»oo Thkl’l om of (N nMwni
why pnew mrm r*duc«d l»h« «hkf *
_ _ n«r e»nl MUctnini oo on* tub**
A A Mon't Build, conktatin# of •m«M
u ' tot* on* «mJ two of m
Mr coni ditcount on M*n'*
20 Hindi and Hiu* Wor*t#d SmH».
S*r** Coot* and Unon mtiU.
p*r cant discount on all Straw
f Affcf SMHUISMNi..
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imsimisl aistfiH. Iliorrl iro tm it
rut or* of C ot»t* fd«a7, Is mu »fr! -
inK iiMmm I* »***!. w sflFtfm tlrs clwfii**#
1 mad* by «* era Jan* a. aad dartarv that
Juba a' Motley ra lira rtw* norain** of
tk* dim.«rail* party for aaaaiur frora
[sail Raaaiorial datrtrt,
| B* It far.b*r r**r>l»*d. That frora >a
qrary mad* by certain of our aambar
lira majority of the data, • aik* rctara
of Ctiytna aad Fallon , ouatln agrar
that J. K Meat*’ '* th* iraa aoranra*
•ad aay at *mp; d aclioa on tb* pari
of e*rta;n delegate* la tb* oaveatloa
la Atlanta waa without liiMru ium*
and without auihorl y.
We further endorse the ait Inn taken
by the democrat Ir eieeuilve rote rail*
tee of Cobb r ma-y. pasard la this
h:»u*e June SS. IMi, and tbe artkai ta
ken abeut the same time by tbe deni
orraile eaerutfva i<im-niti*e of Ciay-
Uin rouaty, repudiating the acts of
certain of the delegates to the eonven
tlon in Atlanta, and declaring J. K
Moil,'.' the true nomineo
Be Jt further resolved. That under
ihe plan of Ibis district, J. K. Muatey
Is the true nominee of the democratic
parly fnr senator of tbe 35th Heoato
rial dlsflct. and (hut tve pledge him
our hearty support, and that in doing
so we re-alflrm nnr allegiance to the
organised drmocrary of the state.
MYSTERY OF A HACK.
Rather Mysterious Kind of Case at
This is what might he called the mys
tery of a hark.
This morning. Judge Baxter. In look
ing over the cases on the docket, ran
across that of Dave Brown and El
la Howard. Both were charged with a
violation of Ihe 18th.
The only witness was Officer Wil
liams. He said he had seen a hack stop
i n Greene street near Camming about 1
[oeloek this morning and a woman get
inut or fall out for all he at the
Idlstanee he was standing. Bhe was cry
ling w hen the officer reached her. This
j party e.as Ella Howard,
j Lieut. Desmond said he had told the
woman to com* to court this morning
amt would plead guilty for her.
"But tvhnt has she done?" asked the
Nobody seemed to know of any viola
tion of the law *o Ihe case against
her waa dismissed.
Dave Brown, who, It seems, was In
th* hack, did not appear.
A LIV ELY CHASjT
After a Turkey Thief This Morning
About io O’clock.
There whs r lively chase after a
tnc'cc: thief about ten o'clock this
John Kershaw, a negro boy, last
night s ole four turkeys from Mr. P.
J. McAullffe, and hid them near the
Ho was found by the ever alert po
lice today and a chase took place,
li was a long one ami several others
Joined lu put suit. Henry Bennett,
colored, was leading the procession and
took occasion to take a shot at the
fugitive, however without hurting
The thief was finally caught on tip
per Greene street and turned over to
Officer Hatcher, who conveyed him to
the station, whete he was consigned to
YMm Jk.XJ€3XJHTJL MJCKAIaD.
UP-TO-DATE JOURNALISM IS IT IS
CONDUCTED IN IN AUGUSTA OFFICE.
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'How a*rat your baring gna*
through a yellow fever stage aad are j
now ttflrsly aa i*asw la every eeggej
of the »«rd aa Tha Journal aayt*“
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Ywd-rda* Me)<w We her. relegraph f
ed Waablßgtoo regarding bis appllr*-'
tioa and ta eapeeliag to bear frrra*;
there today or irmoreew Tb* raraa- j
rtaa la Col. Ra*'a regiment will have:
to be filled aad tb* presidaat by ap j
pointing Major WPbvrs to th» place of
a rtdoncl or major w mid plate oae
welt qualified in military tar*lra and
well naest to army llhr. In tbe rank*
Hit reerrd la th* civil war shows uell
la bis favor and many friends will *i
lenl biie their most ravnest wishes
that he obtain the appointment.
From The Chronic!*, Aug. 12.
DIDN'T LIKE IT
Took Exceptions at an Article in
AND HE SAID SO.
Not Only Did He Say 50, But He
Wrote the Herald a Card About
the Little Clatter
Major C. A. Withers wasn't In a
good humor yesterday. In fact he
had not been feeling pleasant since the
afternoon before, when The Herald
came out with a long story about him.
Bui yeatcaday the major was on the
warpath." and he said so. He was as
mad as the proverbial March hare, and
he was telling everybody in the Ar
lington lobby Just why he was. He
had an audience of sympathisers and
they argued with him that The Herald
had on the day before published a lot
About dinner time one of The
Chronicle's men happened to be In Hie
hotel and as he passed the major, the
major called him.
“See here.” said the nißjor, “I'm gun
ning for newspaper reporters.”
"jWetl, you don’t want me, I hope,"
replied The Chronicle man.
"No. but I am after ever” body on
The Herald,” he said, “and vou just
want to see what I have written in
answer to all that 'rot' they had in
there yesterday about me and the im
On Wednesday. The Herald, on Its
front page, under a big head, publish
How ‘'Mad" the Major Is.
A Herald reporter saw Major Withers this morning. He said:
"While I don't want to discuss such a matter. I assure you I did not
want to be a oarlv to any attack on The Herald. The Herald has
always treated me kindly and printed my card gladly, as I ivas assured.
I said no more or less pleasantly elsewhere than I did to you in The Her
ald office yesterday afternoon. I have the best feelings for you boys on
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ed the story that made the major mad.
and on yesterday under a »>ae Hn*
bead published ibis card:
Card From M#| Withers.
Augusta, Ua., Aug. 11. 1338.
To the Editor of Tbe Hetaid: Sir
While thanking you for the pleasant
remark* about myself In yevtunlay»
lie-aid. 1 regret that your reporter
made so much out of so little regard
ing my efforts to Join ihe army. The
facta are that when the bill passed
congress (seating the immuncs, l ap
plied for the coloocley of one of the
Irater I received an Intimation from
Washington that 1 might get com
mand of a negro regiment. This 1
declined and the matter seemed set
Hearing a day or two ago that the
lieutenant colonel of the Third regi
ment (Ray's) had resigned, I made ap
plication for that position, but neither
being a politician nor Ihe son of a
politician. I did not Indulge in great
1 have never been offered the colo
nelcy of the Tenth, nor did 1 imagine
that It could be interpreted that 1 de
sired to command Ray's regiment.
Very truly yours.
C. A. Withers.
If the major had been half as severe
in this published card us he was In
his public denunciation of The Her
ald's article, it would have made most
interesting reading, hut it ts not pro
bable that The Herald would have
published it at all.
Thr major seemed to think that n
formatton received from The Herald
was of an unreliable nature. The
New York Sun says, “If you see It in
The Sun, It's so.” The major didn't
say that The Herald emulated The
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Y> sierday mat* Bc-boot CnaimtseAna
rr tiirss icsab ap Industrial ediraatiwa
. , ui maite a
tlgoroaa addr*M on (be *abj*sd. taktag j
[tb* Lav be will adapt la rerrramewdfag
| a la tbe lwg*'.*(are.
Tbe afternoon aeaataa of tbe Arsl day \
of tb* Agrtcallaral •orlety'a aaeetiag I
furnished * eaasatbra ta mat mat wttb
lira nasal peace*'dtage Ccngycsamaa
Uvtngs:>« bad delivered a character- j
tail* tec-tare on farming la Georgia. :
showing tbe need for more training
[ n«d better methods, and Governor Noe
iß'a had made a rati ling talk on bit
plan for advertising tbe state at tb*
Omaha eapoattloa. Both bad eadoraest ,
what Prcdikai Pope Brown bad aaid
about Industrial education.
Considerable eaibus.asm bad been
ar .I**l by these spemhea. aad wneo
the thiea ci-p re* ideal*. Nurthen.
Idviagstnn and Waddell, were called
to tb* plat form, there waa a kind of |
lave feast. Everybody seemed to be
lovely and everybody was ia a good j
Then came Mr. J. B. Hunnlcuit'a.
time to speak. Hit subject wa* 1
' ib'.entllic Agi iculture." but he made
|i 'lndustrial Education.” and aaid j
that tbe wbele land waa ringing with
a demand for U. Then he began to i
talk about tho proriaion mngreav
made for industrial education and the
nsa of (his approprUt.oj in Geor-
The following reaoluticns were pass
Whereas, ihe college of agriculture
and mechanical art las not achieved |
that measure of success which thia
convention had hoped would have re
Whereas, we are more convinced
than ever- before that agricultural and
mechanical training have become In- !
dispensable in Georgia;
Resolved, That we meraoraliie tha [
Legislature that the funds given by
the United States for tile purpose of
such education bo used only In tbe es
tablishment of an agricultural and j
mechanical school and that the benefit'
of aaid school be placed in easiest
possible reach of the boys of Oeor- j
S'*- * j
Tho resolution was off ore I by Mr.
McCall and supported by Mr. Hunni
Persons Brought In and Persons Re
potted at Station.
Charles Granade paid $2.50 at court
for a violation of the IRth.
Irene Tolbert and Frances Tutt paid
Frances had thrown shoes at Irene
and the latter had retaliated with a j
pair of scissors.
Willie McCreary and Kittle Bates
paid $2.50 for a disturbance.
Jim Howard has been reported on a
larceny rrom the house charge. He
stole from Louis Glover.
Policeman Reynolds reports that an
unknown party shot at John King on
South Boundary street last night.
The friends of Miss Mary Hall will
regret to learn that she is quite sick
at her home on lower Telfair street.
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September »S »S I
, IVcembw BS »% I
Beptember .. .. JWh JMk |
f*. lemher I S >.12 i
September 5.*7 5 32 i
Ch-tober ....!« t.« 7
peptember .. .. 5.55 5.32
October 5.37 6.35
, NEW YORK COTTON.
Ttm*—Quiet Middling 1 1-I*.
January * 01 l *3 )
Mar, h « M . s.**
May .. .. „ *l2 «•«*
August I*7 6.M
September t.M 5.M
October 5 52 5.15 ,
November 5 »5 M*
December 5.97 5.90
NEW YORK STOCK*.
Sugar 13*S 13»S
Tobacco 13i>S 131 S
A. M 8 13* 12*
0. B. Q 114 114*
Chicago Gas 101 * 10b*
leiulsvtlle and Nashville .. 55% 55*
Manhattan ***% I'M
I'nlon Pacific 25* 2C*
Rock Island 102* 102* j
St. Paul 105% 105* i
S, R. Q 33I ir S3 ’» |
|Western Union 93% 93'h
January and February 3.17 IS
February and March .. 3 ,8
March and April 3.21 3.is IS
| April and May 319
May and June .. .. 3 'J®
July and August .. . .. —~*. 3 - 4
Aug. and S pt 3
B«>pt. and' Oct . *•}„..
Oct. and Nov 3 S.IS U
Nov. and Dec 3 - 3 » 3 »» ]*
Dec. and Jan. .. .; • - 48
Middling Saß *■**
Pales in. Augusta today
Receipts in Augusta today .. .. --
Receipts In Augusta to date .. .. 378233
Stock on hand 4940
1895 1897 1898
Galveston .1 .. •• <7 930 48
New Orleans .. .. 127 459
Mobile 5 3 ~—
Charleston .. .. 8 Jg
Norfolk 9 J 3 31 ‘
Philadelphia .. .. 00
Boston 173 30 -3
Mies Bessie Wicker has issued Invi
tations to a party at which she will en
tertain her friends on next Tuesday ev
ening from Bto 10 o'clock/at her home.
"Rose Cotage” in Woodlavm.
: fame Meaoraea Aatlltld o*l City
TM a«v*a »a rive* M 4B al tb*
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Nia* Karate Dt ’di la eapevda# Kama
[,’fb* taieaaab toortve*
Mr*. Jobs D. Ilaba aad rhildrag left
Uvday for Havihcnu (la. wlrara they,
will spend Several weeks,
Miaa Teaie Hahs I* etpvrled frvei
! New York this afternoon and will be
tb' guevt of Mr* Aumatrrau on Moat*
Mr Will Crane baa returned froaa
a ihra* araaitta" ulp to New Tort,
[ Philadelphia aad other potato of ia
| t flfft.
| Tb- Miaa** llahn entertained a sum
ber of friends very delightfully last *v
-1 < sing at a dsare party at their boa
i pi table bera* ta Beech Island.
Mr Get A. Bailie baa e • mmenred
| work oa hi* Broad street Jesld-nre and
|sb*a romp),led It will be oae of (Ira
[ moat rcmtrod'ous and convenient In
'(bat arctlcn of tbe city.
A Child Dead.
Tbr friend# of Mr. and Mrs. J. 11.
Myers will deeply sympathise with
them la tbe loss cf their yt ungeet wm,
aged flftren month*, who died last
mgbl of cholera infantum. The funtr
• I aenrtce* *lll be held tomorrow af
ternoon at 5 o'clock from the iu-iidtbtt,
No. 1145 Mauge street
miter's mil ln*wranc*.
Cartain A. B. Austin. «bd r*pre
senta the Hamburg Bremen Insurance
company, was the ttrst Insurance roan
tn to*-'t> to eettie bis loaa in the late
Are of L. J. Miller.
Captain Austin this morning handed
over 27,50* to Mr
of his loss.
Funeral of Mrs. Fulghum.
The last sad rite* over tbe remains
of Mrs. H. H. Fulghum will be held
thia afternoon at 4 o'clock from
Bros': way Met hod ist church. Re*. S.
R. England ofTic.atlng.
Workmen are now very busy on the
second floor of the government build
ing. putting tn the new electric wir
They have practically finished down
stairs and will goon start to work on
the third floor.
i.ooo Prisoners Sail.
Santiago de Cuba. Aug. 12. Th*
Spanish hospital, ship Alcante eailod
for Spain yesterday with one thousand
sick and waueded Spanish soldiers on
TOO LATE FOR CLASSIFICATION.
STRAYED—FROM 1250 BROAD FT..
small pug dog. Answers to name of
“Frank.” The tinder will Ire rewarded
by returning to 1250 Broad street.
TO RENT—A NICE 3-ROOM COT
TAGE with water in the yard on
Harrison street, between Dugas and
Hopkins. Rent $6.50. Apply Padgett
Furniture Co. Aug 15
WANTED TYPEWRITING MA
CHINE. Describe fully, name lowest
price, time in use. Type Machine, Her.
aid. Aug 12
TO RENT—NICE 6-ROOM HOUSE.
1105 Reynold street. Apply 1023 Broad
street. Aug 17