Our liiyer It
low hi low
ases lor our
GOODS at a
Jaw* M N* *■■*■■*
TIM Pelkr «• IW *I» M M **° T# *
TtM etrn at
JIWH #«•» ****+■
H# la wn*t#4 «• • *•»*"»•
That ekars* la sroawlt with tn !*•'
|4m>. Matordsy *lkht Ma* ll •
plaid ok kia per*** went to Ik* *»..»
of Mare Mewsoni*. » i>olomM *'»«»"
»to» Maaa *wrt >• Ik* territory Ml
without aor4 to warn's*. *ko* kr*
Today ak* lla* al k*f home with a but
Ito wound to »**r br*aat ton *«* • f »
tal Ml*, ao aajr Ik* pbyalclaM
Tk* aSairaarat in»df la a pap-r Y**-
tatolay ifcai Bush had torn nrrwroed la
a mistake. aerordtns lo what Ike police
•a? *kia rooming
Tk* poll** *r* «t lS* opinion ihai
Bath was not standing at tk* woman,
trot at John Green, a man who waa alt
tlai braid* b*r Wfc*n Bush Errd lb*
Bush la known Ml Just bton Jralon*
of Green about 4fc* Jtororaroe woman
Bc»h escap'd (hertly *f»*r Ihr shoot
ing. and bad "to b**n discovered by
lb* police up tt> noon today.
Tb* rhara* apalnat him la A very
***** on*, aa said trfor*, and b * r"n
tskmrnt will no doabl br a netrrr* on*,
Snv, you with -sri npn«tH« ?
Raise the blockade- Eat
at the Ellis Restaurant.
TH : WfcJATiIHR.
Fair Tonight and Showers Follow
AuguM.i. Oa.. Monday, Aug. 15.
Office located In If. 8. G< vemmeni
building. telephone number 1572. Fore
cast for hours ending 8 t>. m . Aug.
Washington forecast, for Georgia
and S.mi h Caiotina: Fair tonight
Loral forecast for Augusta and vicin
ity: Fair tonight; showers Tues
The river at 8 this morning wa«
IDS feel, a fall of 2.6 feet in part 24
Practical!;' no rainfall occurred In
the past twenty four hours In the ce«-
trut and wei-tern portions of the cot
ton belt, tvhile fairly good showers fell
evor the eu I ‘urn portion, with heavy
rains In Georgia dud Sobth Carolina.
Heavy rains are reported along tho
coos; from Norfolk to Wilmington. N.
0.. the former receiving five inrhea;
showers also fell In the upper Miss's
alppi valley and over southern Lake
Michigan. St. Paul having a measure
ment of 1.72 Inches. Clear to partly
cloudy weather prevails over the south
Temperatures have risen somewhat
throughout the country, but continue
low in tbe far northwest, where It Is
In the 60s.
The air pressure Is higghest along
the upper Atlantic roast and lowest in
D. Fisher. Observer.
Death of Mrs. Dinkins.
Mrs. Belle Dinkins, wife of Mr. Hen
ry Dinkins, after a two months' Illness,
died at at an early hour this morning
at her home. No. 17 Perkins street.
The funeral oeeura tomorrow morning
from her late residence.
~ ~ rjrsg' —t -Tr~> ~1~i v T^X r T~ 11 * |L®O
TO HBRTT TO x ,
20 New and attractive Houses on Upper Broad Street just touilt, up-to-date, belonging to J.B.Wnite^
90 isiftw Houspr Four Booms each, on Jones Street in r&ar of above. Best oppoi tunity . . p r !noc tn
respectfully call the attention of my friends and customers to these new rent offerings. Prices to Suit
on Application. Jollll -W- DicKey, Heal Estate A & ent
I Of thft rifts!«•** O# «HdT CMttfttMM
fjfWkrt ot ofltotni
iSMPPtMPCakknt* »« utOot to d#e*m*«*
ft* <WpnW*MKNlthto» ftamtn Mr* t«t’
4 ttfWNI to rooWM Pi Ok# ItOWMI
Alul MMOUftM tO IN tilt Of MtMllti
thi* mm• •»••**#■ >urr mmmm «•**
w* Nv* ft fwM* horror oH ««><«*
martlutnd M otro ffWM —*oo to
fNfa on of IN fNtom
why prtetw turn toOocod Itk* th»* i
_ _ ttotr root dHKOwot on 000 tftWft
Meafi n Suit*. e<m*i*ti»y of *m*w
lot* on* ami two ImIU of a
_ _ mar otnt dt*©Ow«* on M#n*»
30 Ititoc k and 8100 Womtod hull*,
ftorpo ComtM and Unon Soli*.
_ _ (Mar cont dhicount on »H Straw
Tis SrWUa* at Trtrlm !• Ikr
U tN iHMrku
Rwati to kfcb May hr IkiUM Ipaa
My tk* Tnaatwea.
tl la watooiowd that lb* board «f
arktrol truTOicw tor tk* IU4 dtaulci
ba« < a*»■**< an nrroea to >« pr*-
amiad at »«wt*awom in lb*to rawrk<-ts
wkow* a*r*kwa will ka d<*ro>.au-<l.
and nbil* all tk* pi#'** ka** SOI been
•fed progress baa k**a mad' ea tb*
dtoiaioa aa regard» wa* *f tbroa Hla
ato known deknitely when tk* derision
will b* mad*, la tart on* to tb# tma
i**a a* Id lb la moral ns ibat h* .'mid
aw aa* wb*a tb* n#»t m**iiaf w II be
Aa there ara bat three trust*** from
lb* district It la lakra that their meet*
lata arw ialoratal.
Taro to lb* lrt'at**» reprated Ibla
morn Inc that It waa true that It bad
b**n dwtdrd to drop the teorhen
named Rwurilar. Kiactl* when the
meetlns waa held—if thrr# waa any
formal merlins caauoi be aald It
was aot hrtd Friday afternoon. Mr
Walton aaya be war not at a merlins
that afternoon. Mr Poushty aaya be
waa not at a merlins (bat afternoon
However, tb* nriton taken <4n» the
eadortemeat of all three of the trus
trea. and. It is undrratood, la uaanl-
Those who prefeas to know nay that
Mr*. Prof. Gilbert, col.. Miss Tats. col,,
and Mlaa Igiutsa Smith, col., ore •*-
rionaly conalderrd aa the succeaMr* of
three of the teachers whom it la Mated
by trustees have been dropped. Wheth
er or not the Anal decision will be upon
them la not known. It la known,
though, that their names are before
tbe trustees. This would leave one oth
er vacancy to be tilled, should tho ap
plicants named be chosen.
Superintendent Lawton B. Evans
was spoken to over the telephone this
afternoon regarding the matter. In
Saturday's paper A. W. Wimberly re
ferred to Superintendent Kvnns as to
the competency of Mrs. Wimberly. The
superintendent would not mnke com
ment In regard thereto.
Superintendent Evans said that It
was stnte lr«v that a teacher is elected
for one year; that at the expiration
of that time the triieteoa (lx the sitc
rersorshlp:; that the trustees are the
ones to pass upon the matter; It Is In
the discretion of the trustees to elect
or reje-'t applicants, and they are the
Judge *’* quail flection* of teachers.
One of the trustees, it Is known, has
a letter written bv one of the teachers
drnpned, Alice Walker. It Is held that
It is evldme" of Incnnwetenry to teach
In the public schools. Efforts to secure
tt for publication were met with court
Jerry Harris Now in Cell at Police
Jerry Harris is now locked up at the
police station on a charge or bicycle
it is charged that, he took a bicycle
from Mr. V. Foureher and sold it to
another party. The other party was
arrested and aftpr having been locked
up was found to be not the thief. Mess
Wise and S heron .made Hie arrest.
Misses Annie and Belle Keener have
returned from a delightful visit to
Mrs. Reynolds in Charleston.
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to* I«db* lal-WUM—* A»toM *****
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totoke* *!>:«*wwto ws*na Ito #**»«•! f*wto
t wtopa mMI Mto tad MM kW SO to to**
|[ka tk*Hk* ka** nMO*»»*d id •** ttort
I ttoww AOwto to tor taa w* wd *****
fatiika and fkm**k Mw *‘**o*
It. kf«*to4 ********* to • •*• aa* •
inf r i into twiisa to“ | W»b •»
n*4 itoiff m* (to** a* atoeto* *fc*
tolto ito*** •*» * ftoktoito ItoMto
•wto to Mb* ktok ••**■;»eww
rum. ©a# •• O rryw.; wrddM
flat Oa»*r J Wwa.-aWH. toro Oto
j It Had*** bank tort* Oto tor
to*. w*d *f»h AwMtoto Adiwaw «*»-
•tot JMba m »v. <
Tk* Ml Uto» Onto * •*** n*w la
immn tow bay* «M**k*4 *w*r
an Mar an* kw> mm m #*** aw
kaaw kimrf wk*k»* T*w»m «*
MwMtottV AM, a«» be M* akJmKl**
twwa. W ike *ad *» to* Ito toya
Tb* f*dHß**l ha» b**a «*to*wd to
ptepar* M toe* Mr Maasevitt*. kwt
«i-« atontair ■ notes wtoiw arid k*
owtod a* «** baomw
| df««kia« <4 wtoew. dike*! any* ika*
(«a far e**t? ordrr ikM ka* kato r»-
fwwvd ka* tow to tara *wwa»w»aad
aad *in#**atoity tk*» katoty ka*w
afcat to espwt
r.aaed la Unit Mrraa'* Ml be*art.
yam wtef tb* heart, to a waali Mar
| ywatwd hH <4 White rteth. wwiek ka*
' mw a*w aad «**etal *ica!k*wae* to
tk* way of tow*aatiaa to* w*k*wra
at at toe la Ika army rory*
la sdditK* la fct* Piker dat.aa. Ideal ,
tinaa was mad* batlalkm adjatoat
•kortly sb*r arrt*al at Tampa aad re*
twitm tk* iwprrta rs four rampant#*.
A* adjutant ta artlve aervke k* will
k* aawatrtl and reeet** gsoa aMrtioa
at ta his pay
H* aaya that the lira* of yew* era*
r*reived by to* boy# la dlkcvewt faafc
i lon*, althmatk all rw«rrtt*d ta a mt
their leatuttf* to am artlve aervkto
Ueut Bryan tortll Join fcl* eempaar at
the evplvation of his toav* of abaesra,
aad ao matter where It I# or hew fee
b* may have ta travel, tb* tlkiwaae- la
1 7 rents pel mile
1 | The pair of show the lieutenant bad
' on yesterday wrrw tb# peculation army
«o h‘*. hau l are-ed. of ftae material,
and with the Inajwrtor'* (lamp on lb*
Thry roat ll.th. aad Albert Mid they
were aa srod aa any he ever ha.l on.
Ueut. Bryan Mid that It waa hoped
Ibat fr.»m Huntsville the troops would
be ordered to Mobile to take transports
. for Porto Wra.
The long looked for band Instru
ments for tbe Second Georgia arrived
| four dry* ago. and when he left tbe
musicians were practicing twice a day,
tbe sessions brlag each two hours long.
Tbe following I* the program for
! each day In camp, as liven by tbe
Ideutcnant. the time being alow time;
4:50 o'elock, assembly for march.
6 o'clock, assembly.
5:05 o'clock, coffee call.
5:10 o'clock, sick.
5:16 o'clock, first drill call.
5:25 o'clock, assembly.
6:58, recall for drill.
7 o'clock, breakfast.
7:40 o'clock, first call for guard
8 o’clcck. assembly guard detail.
8:05 o'clock, adjutant call.
8:10 o'clock, police call.
11 o’clock, first sergeant call.
12:30 o'clock, dinner rail.
4:20 o'clock, first call for afternoon
4:30 o'rlrck. assembly.
5:30 o’clock, recall.
6 o'clock, first rail for dress parade.
6:10 o'clock, assembly.
6:15 o'clock, rdjntant's rail.
8:30 o'clock, tc.ttoo.
0 o'clock, tape. "~\
Read the cent-a-word
column today. You’ll be
MACAULAY & CO.
A I Ittle One’s Death.
The heartfelt sympathy of many
friends la extended to Mr. C. A. Wylde
on tho death of their little two years
old mm. Itoy Philip Wylds, which oo
curred last night arter an Illness of
several weeks. The funeral services will
be held at their residence at Davidson's
Crossing at 4 o'clock this afternoon,
and the interment will be made in the
city cemetery. '
Attention is called to th» Macaulay
* Co.'s shirts and blankets in their
window and our cent a word column.
They are direct advantages of tho war.
SI,OOO OF ROAD
Si Jfrtu M t|*ito« ißtSi
Ml At*lM 1% * £ (’ft
««e Mdki: I tod* * te *• N|W *d
Me jn Tm II Irn—awe ka* ib«d»
km m*m*m to* to** taws ■< f •»*
mm ii~t ton dmpto** ♦*t-**» aa*
fkm pwri am* Mt* la km w**
am* wka kksa m************** .w* ***4
ha amp kym - a*, aahk ska ika *-ek ■ - *
Jaws ft s*** Ilf Uaw**«- e ak* H*w*
•Atom * kysk* tyww ton *#tf. had 4»**ww.
iw www «a aMamd a ***** ad *4 * *ma
Id h I, f, 4 tokwk .**# ka ia a
saw-kiw amd *ner *ta» «*»«-«« aa an
we*l it* thtoi'b. awd aiarted k*dW *'
«ka imte.*«a* an ad lbm>* and Camm **
***am ka mi«W>»» 4ka drtea MM to*
Nwl «l Ika Aapania Btorttof ami *hw
war to Ipn aad ewindad *•* • *•*
Tk# *w#*a town kewkaa W. a Mfiala
•«<cw* and ka was ikfwara ML aaatoit
Ha aaw id'*, toad 'he mrtßawrn wro*
da* to tka eareiaaaaaMß *4 »ka mmro
mam and aa »*fc» damnsaa ta ika ea
He *MMm» IkM ka waa MM ap am*
tomparttaied Mr maek Mr *h# pertad
es aa* awwh (ks* b* aa *m# aaek
Ml bad aa a iwwab «f «h* tajary *M
tm rn» we*k* be *w#n*4 ewn«'aw*4
Tk* We a .at ron ***«*• 'ka* ka war
feta •• in flaw tka Maw al tka are*
III* injnrton arw tn tk# .mail of tfc»
knrk and taidk Hw seta Mnk tbm k*
•a. inrnpartißed Mr work and that bto
faim waa nwt attended *#. *w.*nn* as
a to** of USB to that tint* Tk* pell
on •>• filed ikt* news
A MONAL tUCCBM.
Ttw MrMk tKwsoastrathMi at ik«
so ib* Bdttf V of Tk« Herald Sir
la orr<«Ua » w.th yewn r»a*—' I *•-
ooa a usport of tha Patriotic Ib-taciD
i;raUo« acid by tho aoctvtg of ' Adaa
)'wk«Ho.' at «h*tr synagogue. ysoioi
To say the afadr »a* a signal aoc
'trs* ts to pot it »»ry miWiy. Th*
'i.Mormtkioa «r» grofutw. rich and of
I bvaui.lal dtsg* Tb* s««ak»f»
at their boat and tjt® sudisart waa a
SKMd at: tart, happy aad rcirtwa «•»*■
Much erodit is do* to thuo* obo no
jrcivod and raccu’vd th* abimda ament
Patriotism. always | fertile subject for
the orator, furnished oa ibis occasion
the (stented speoher* a theme which
drew from them deep thought and rhe
toric. Of these, Mr. Russell of Kua
sell A Rnernfield. and Mr. ("has. A.
Pirqueit. dnnve special mention. Mr.
i Russell's spent) was the ti'.m rst.oo of
his sudlrats from the s art sad held it
spellbound all through bis fluent and
graceful delivery. Hia annexation of
passages in lbs Jewish hlatcry sod his
[flattering allusions to Jewish loyally
! ncd patriotism. llHutratel by names
an<2 events, visibly affre #*l his bearer*,
and brought forth a roond of spptause
and dexnonsiraiion of spproval. despite
the tiran and place of the meeting.
Mr, picqueit. to whom the chairman in
his Introduction happily alluded as a
specimen of “Amor'can sclfmade man
hood,” made a splendid effort and
swayed (he audience with real elo
quence. His speech was one of facts
and Rood sense studded with the
hrightost gems of oratory. In his
characteristic stele he dwelt on ''lib
erty, equality and r-kk! fellowship."
He spoke of Jewish achievements
throughout all history in all branches.
He traced the downfall of Spain to her
narrow policy in her Ireiiment of her
subjects and to her cruel decree of ex
puls on in 1492 He made a deep and
lasting Impression on his numerous
Mr. A. Rosenfield. to whom the suc
cess of (he affair is in a large measure
due. presided over the meeting. As
slated, the decorations, national colors,
fisgs. evergreen* and potted plants,
were a feature of the occasion, and
were (he results of the efforts of the
Sunday school class of the congrega
tion. Geo. Tunkle.
One Sustained and One Overruled In
The motion for a new trial in the
ease of J. P. Mullm in vs. Day & Tan
nahill in city court, has been over
In the case of Wm. Mulherin's Sons
vs. Rice & O’Connor, the demurrer has
Mr. Jos. R. tamar left this after
noon for Saratoga, where he goes to
attend the American Bar association.
The very gratifying intelligence is
received today that Mrs. William Bar
rett. is convalescing from her recent se
vere attack of fever.
TfbAldt (Rkß Bill ifMMMK
t MMdg ffktta AIM N«a
fk* aw> T *< **• « I "'"M4 k* • I'UMi '
| i»i.niiii.f «4H ibmUMI.. a«*ro nkd p»*»*t**na ]
«*w netoftp toe «wm» ike ****** daeMW
ron n t.ik> aw* ***eeai ft*ro Tank
>•«. »• matoMp fwhaero* ka** adewmw#
Ik tk »to» wkeat .ywned k*4 iNt|
wawMkß. and a shad* kigkea f•*•*•*
i AMkawa diMiiirta « myaati that •*
I. ** la namwaly MJaeM be the* *wk*lk*
I met ww* mnatoee la»M *«»**« tom
[ atonal tomerte ka tka tinned h**i
bmw are wm la. ted ink tlaan*
Irani AH*W«e part*
AdaWww ra * *wrta*» Tamm l »n
.*• w**w ikei the **•«!» n »ra* witt he
•kwi. nalwm a #.**d »*liti rata Call*
Tk# wartdk wheat toipm.eta new
baa ana bamkato
T wrote #r«f** atsutoa Ml Meat Task
fkanrdat adawwwd f» pee ton*. • ka-1
Ml adwaiaew a* nmnawil arttb a month
asm <4 wa'.t 11» p** e*an
In tk* etawet tow* •* a **raM nnd*e>
ranwMt «4 tmlttek awwtamni to* halt
roiwfeet hatna tradderot nd * Mrs* *d
***** in ladwwtmU. eapawtany Kakkx
Tk* Mrtkkt attantlan ta the street
ka* inn- -1 name to tk* mat ton
The MOowias awroatiwv* rlretop
| prtrw* talero at S w'etnek. are weer tk#
‘ > aerial artfe* of fkto*. Mwepkr a fk.:
<*H ICACBI JrthOVtPIOM a
urttrAT- open. Ckro*
Aapro » **k
Aiybwl.f .. .. .. .. ... mk «a%
p»*«imh*r m...... .. . W% , PIH
«»t letoker .*:% Uk
pa .ember .. .. .. ... .. .. ak ES
Captvatfcer « .. .. St% W%
Wytroiror .. .. I U » I*
Ortoker * It k.U
k*pt*kabev •* .. .. -
IkUO.-r .. .. .. «. .. it* i t»
kipKmber I* IB
Ueleber i * *-8
HEW YORK cottom.
January » « * **
febrwary .. *•
Marrk .. »-« k-tl
: ftrple*nb#r .. .. .. .. •• A* *1
Orlirtwr .. .. .. •• .. h*77
peoalrr * I- 5 * I-**
HRW YORK tTin-M
A u H »* l*M
*' H U IIMI lt»S
rMrifti <-•» •• •• mil* t* l !*
tr uiaville and NaahvlU* ..
Jdnnhattan .. *«St» *•*'l
UutTOer .. .. ttt» tiSi
Hm k Island .. I**M t® 4 **
!k. »* »•
Mt. Paul 1«7
ft. H. Q 3JH JSk
j vy*at#rn t’nton Mb B 1
January and Kebruary 3.ti *.lt IS
P.bruary and March .. 3.1* 3.15
March and April .. .. .. 3 1* 3.15 1*
April and May 3.13 3.1 t 17
: May and June 3.17 11
(July and Aucuat 5.32 3.2*
Aug. and Sept 3.2* 3.1*
Sept, and Oct 3.11 3.1* 17
Oct. and Xov 3,17 3.15
Nov. and l>cc 3.3* S.H 15
Dec. and Jan 3 1* S.H 15
Middling today In Auguata .. «a« 1-1*
Sate* today In Augusta 75
Receipts today In Augusta 55
Receipts to date tn August.. .. .. 37330
Stuck on hand today In Augusta 3223
1895 1597 Mto
Galveston .. .. .. 312 *77 21
New Orleans .. .. I*B 3308 4 n !
Savannah 137 13 215
Charleston .. .. 44 *
Norfolk 1* -
Philadelphia .. .. *2
Dr. Videtto Says “Little Johnnie” ts
Dr. Videtto sends the following to
The Herald regarding the condition of
his horse that was injured:
AS numerous inquiries have been
made of the well known pacing ponv
that lay unconscious under the glaring
hot sun on last Wednesday, suffering
from concussion of the brain, I will
state that "Little Johnnie” is rapidly
convalescing under the skilful treat
ment of Dr. A. C. Walls, and will be
returned to his home at Videtto's all
night drug store. The boy who so cru
elly mistreated the pony has been pun
ished by five days of hard labor on the
streets of Augusta, and has returned to
his former employment, resolved never
to throw stones again.
Mr. Harry Roberts, an old Augusta
boy, spent yesterday in tbe city.
tdH N *Mdl tom mto
It imr N ►** m sAkudtf am aisp «f —Ndt
H.mlakwl vwr> f—Mdro NfAttM we
Maw m mmamt dml a *4 fwr AtHvrok mm.#
. jJk Rroro RMMto k—A
Ttktf ouphi |p ««* tft fWR tad** * NW* ym
boy lid Mam Koto V» Mm. t ytm 4bß'l
1 Tk* Mk*
Nani Atorrtrta limtartirmpkat
•• FNal AgepL
Lai dye* Tewdeewd PwMtma a*
real vwkaa AUaws**
it adM k* (wmimtored a akett Ito*
a#e that Tk* IHraei ayaak* as ton irf
to Rear Task as CWanl d R IRwi.
pfwaadnkt as tk* Aaproau Ran* ay and
K3erlrt* ratopTOk) W*mm l#oa ro* R
•a* ta embark with aartar* adktala as
ike Mwrtk A**r. *» Tram
tor Pwanasm d* Cakro
CM. lly**. he.»«***. rear Faded SUM
to po from Mew York am arrrowat as toe
repww at Ike ******* at ytltoa kre*f.
.Mu aa Mr arvta, as tka Trww rwmsroay.
It swat appears that tb* diet frail# <4
thta croßeease « vMt .adieate eroaf
na.ro* sad ter oacJilss pleas
A eaht* from iaattocw mates that to*
North ABM Ocas Trwth cempMf have
bee* apt*dated karat asest* tor toe
Catted Plate* so»rrwm»rot tor to* **•
tire tetsad at ttoba. all tssaa. dwn»»
aad other reaeawra paweiac tbrousb
This to not all, bow****, a* fr m a
oo.mUlc* IkM m. rnln* with aoe of
tk* oR.IsFs of the railway company,
who Is rooveraoat with dot. Dy.TS
. plans sad relations wltk the Trawl com
pany. tost is oil probability they will
also art SS the *t .rrntnest * tarsi
1 ss*at ta Porto Rico, sod possibly Ma
This points to enormous business
, ramiAcatloß* sad rrapoostMUttes. and
ilt tra the poai.lon of s'aeral manager
like North American Truro Co.'a af
fairs in tb* I*land of Cabo that >« s*
! tendered to Col. liyer.
Prior to the death of Mr. Rrtrl. and
the trip of Col. Dyer to Kansas City
with the remains, the Colonel bad
withstood Ibis offer, Ad eves entreat
ies of bis businera associates In thin
direction, but now ibat the war is
over, and every one predicts vast
strides tn the commercial and eiport
in* Interests of the country, particu
larly as it applies lo our possible terri
torial expansion. Col. Dyer may take
another and different of the sit
uation, and It la by no mvans sure that
tncu*ta will retain the services of this
public spirited eltlten.
It is positive that the Trust company
will have to secure able tnanag-ment
for their affairs in the different locali
ties mentioned, and It Is safe to pre
sume that further pressure s-11l aocn
be brought to bear upon Col. Dyer.
Mr. and Mrs. John P. Dill are at Sar
Mr. J. L. Bowles. Jr.. Is back from
Mrs. D. D. Plumb left this morning
Mbs Rosa Plumb has gone to Cotoo
Mr. Neely Moses of Savannah is in
the city today.
Mrs. Alberta Gould is spending this
week at Tybee.
Miss Evans Martin left today for
Judge W. F. Eve went down to Sa
vannah last night.
Mr. J. It. Hollingsworth ha« return
ed from Clarksville.
Mrs. W. S. Royal returned from
Culveston. Ga., Saturday.
Mr. R. W. Hunt of Jacksonville, Fla.,
spent yesterday in (he city.
Mr. W. W. Lumpkin of Columbia,
S. C., was in the city this morning.
Miss Marion Bignon and Miss Josie
Bignon have returned from Atlanta.
Mr. Spann Braeey will leave in a day
or two to spend a fortnight at Ashe
Mr. Emory Sibley and Miss Emeline
Sibley returned from Atlanta this
Capt. Ned Purcell and Miss Lou Kins
Purcell leave Friday for Glenn
tHlft l*ir.lr* Irkid* Ms. Pflkfl
Hut Br*« t fcrftet
la the Matte* *# kwt to* Hay ro MS
Ma-tonkau * Metrold kstd *4 Ik* artaad
• f trow paruaw Mr t .md no rod a oaf
|*s rod,mm rwhrt**, Pwiad -aa par art
arka bay hay *mnbs t* tro a rare oroa*
«m* totat b-ro* araartltiis to *k* Thro
1 fleratd twpmner baaiw ladap, A wet!
is< >ro tar mto am*, talk as as tk* mar
, i*e. tab* at kaw ha had bet* *ap>*f bp
! troy reiser »a lb* tarot;** *4 •• abt at
tb* mat total, aad a «***■* raak *»h*
rsMww bay tor tk* arnrhe; an t «toMb «
ta lie rity. ta be sold. i*M at b•* It
ibrod drora*m*4 to* party h# bead w»i
hay t nf sot Bet I vena* toe whoto
■ frowst bat at *rlllas part of H cm
bis asm aratmw
Oki at tb* pantos spewktat of tb*
bay a* a t* told of boro nal tart dri
ver* wnwM te l to defleer lb* muwtosd
smoant* ta raroawroera They would.
.*l4 be atop at am* aakwro aad *«•
rbaat* a rar*»’e or ao of larp* enrol
lampe tor n dr .ak.
Sr-me of tb* drrolers who eswckt am
, ie the itrar would »*rod the raal Ik
• vcl-et wagnan sad the* k*e la aa e«-
- elope to ike porrHaser Hay and
■ rool. It se»sps, sr* tb* tovortt* srUchM
Member* of TeO|b Regiment Rrha<o
Badly no Trail*. Cars.
(toldlers fr« m CSmp Ido cut up a
bit In Ui* eity <>n Saturday m«ht and
last afternoon ll>th dtrourbancea tuuK
place on Turpin Hill cara.
The drat one occurred <>n Saturdwp
night. * ben several soldier*, who were
enrtiuto to Camp Dyer toewme nislr**-
erous . n a car of the above line, lit
charge of Motorworo Oates. One of the
■cldlers acted very unruly on the car
and the rootorman threatened to put
him off. He did not take to leaving
and trouble seemed Imminent, when
Constable I*be?lock, who via on hoard,
took « hand In the matter, and soon Mr.
Soldier was at police station, l-ater, •
proveat guard called for hint and escort
ed him <>ut to camp.
On last aftem-i'in another soldier
rained somewhat of a racket on a Tur
pin Hill car. The aoldier waa on the
car when rain came up. He demanded
that the metorman put down the cur
tain* of the ear. The motorman did not
do *o quite as qnhkly aa the soldier
wished, and he proceeded to tell ih*
mot orman a few things. The latter
proceeded to put him off the rar. but
not before he fthe motormaiO had beea
obliged lo draw his pistol as a r*rau»-
dcr. A gentleman, who »»* on th- car.
1 related the last occurrence to The Her
a!d. tie said that he thought serious
1 trouble would take place.
Many friends of Mr. John Brace*,
the popular and genial gentleman in
the shoe department of J. B White ft
Co., will regret to learn that be Is
suffering from an altack of malaria,
at his home on Reynolds street.
Webba Lodge, No. 166, F. & A. M.
Augusts. Os.. An*. I*. I*l*.
THE REGULAR MONTHLY
communication o Webbs Ledge,
No. 188. will be held in the Bin"
Room. Masonic Hail, on MONDAY
NIGHT, 15th inst., nt R. 30 o’clock.
Members will take due notice. ♦
Visiting brethren cordially welcomed.
By order E. S. McCBEAKY. W. M.
Cbas. E. Coffin, Pec.
Office of Augusta Real Estate and Im
Augusta. Ga., Aug. 13. 1858.
THE REGULAR MONTHLY INSTAL
MENT of this company is due and
payable at this office on MONDAY,
AV. B. YOUNG, President.
\V. C. Jones, Secretary.