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gargt Wright baa return~d at last,
and la arlronrd by all »n tft# regiment
who knoar him. H# entered Into hi#
dutir« aa *ooo at lie arrived and Ilia
men feel more at home and aatiafled
tilth thr.r uneven*ful life. All exprem
pleasure (bat bla wound bat eoakpMaiy
Corporal Lyons 111.
Corp. l.yont waa aent to Ihr hospital
yesterday hr waa tent (runt tbr brigade
hospital to fort Thontt, Ky. All the
nun feel that they hare lost a friend
and earnestly hope It trill be for only
a short while; he Is one of the host
had best liked non-coms, In the bat
Private Mobley and Rudder have re
turned from the brigade hospital,
where they were operated on success
Recruits Eve, Spctb and White ar
rived safely Thursday morning and
take to army life like old men. The
company has an acquisition in these
CHARLES GREENWOOD BENSON
SELLINO OCT AT LOWER BALK'S—
We have many fine trimmed Summer
Hats. Come and give u* an offer on
yi-ur rholce. Summer straw shapes—
good and new—7sc and 11*1 values for
25c. Lots of common white Sailors at
Sick Men Destitute.
Cincinnati. Aug. 18. Mrs. J. J.
Geat cf this city, who has made a tour
of Inspection of the army camps of the
sou.h under the auspices of the Army
and Navy League of Cincinnati, for
the purpose of ascertaining the wants
of the troops in the wav of hospital
supplies, has just returned. She re
ports that the en>.ire Sixtr-Ninth regi
ment of New York, now at Fernandl
na. Fla., is entirely destitute of hospit
al tents, and has not one-half enough
medical supplies. The sick arc oc
cupying their own tents, which are
without fioors, and fever patients have
the earth for thair bed. Mrs. Gest
says there is an absolute lack cf the
most ordinary appliances for the sick.
The only fund for the purchase of
milk, ice and other things for the sick
is, she adds, derived from the profits
of the regimental canteen.
Augusta Trunk Factory
Trunks repaired by expert Trunk
makers. 843 Broad. B. 'Phone 2181.
Bequest of Mrs. Linton.
London, Eng., Aug. 18.—The will of
Mrs. Elizbeth Lynn Linton, the nov
elist and essayist, widow of William ,T.
Linton, th- celebrated wood engraver,
who died last month, orders lhat tl:"?
marlles which do not belong to, her
shall he sent to America .for presenta
tion to the American National Gallery
in accordance with the desire of her
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The Price* That M Brought In the
Chkago v Arkrt
Chlcacn. Am IV. Business waa
tha List hat* of cottem from the south,
lifg imp* ft left #it pe#*#Bt#S to Preo
idftftt M«Kinle> ft# H B. Brer of N>«
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tft# (iovettnert HosipUl ftervkio. Tft-'
Ito John flop## for $* •*• H# itOMtftl
*lt to the First regiment. IHino • nf vn
j tff. and it ««* bought by Mr. Zma
[Oftrter. tirwtidrnt of the boord. for
S4OO Mr Carter gave It to tU# Firs*
,Ift# property of F Q l*og#n. for 1250.
ll# gftv# It to the organ zation wftieh
jlinoi* volunteer*, and it via »>!<S on
j thoir account, Mr. P B Armour ray
ing 52.V4 for It. Mr Armour will send
l lt to St 1/ u.i ft h#r# it will mUo be
FRO.*l NEWB KRY.
Excursion to Arrive From There Over
C. ft W. C. Road
] An exenrakm fmm Newberry. 8. C..
'will arrive here over the Charleston and
, W.-stern Carolina railway, at 4 o'clock
I tills afternoon.
A larg- number of Newberry’s color
fed citizens and others along the line of
road will come here to witness the
'tenth leglment flag presentation that
tale r place at 4 o'clock.
I The flag has been today ng •xhlhl
< linn In a window of the Georgia B4p
i 11st oßlcc. It is a lieauty.
| It Is of silk with Tenth Regiment.
IT. 8. V.." Inscribed on one of the red
I stripes of the flag. Blue and whit-;
'cords hang from the top of the staff.
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THEY ARE AFTER HIM.
Police Want to See Janies Bird
The police are after Jim Blrdscng.
a character who they have had severe
'dealings with before. They are af:er
i him because he is like procrastination
j—a thief of litre.w In other words.
James has allowed a silver watch to
take up with him.
A STILL A LARI.
Few Shingles Burned on Augusta Ice
Fire company No. 2 responded to a
still alarm sent In last afternoon from
! a box near the Augusta Ice company.
A few shingles on the roof of the
Ice factory - ere found to he In a blaze,
hut were soon extinguished. The darn
ings amounts to about $!.
Loving Cup For Dewey.
Cincinnati. 0., Aug. 18.—The Plea
dilly club of this city has had a very
valuable loving cup made at the Rock
wood works here for Admiral Dewev.
Col. Marhreit and other members of
the club have communicated with the
admiral regarding the presentation or
the same. The loving cup Is the finest
article of the kind that was ever man
ufactured In this city.
To Repair the Cable.
Hong Kong, Aug. 18.—The officials of
the Manila cable ore anxiously await
ing pei mission to repair, and a cable
! steamer Is now at Singapore a wiling in
Decorates M. Cambon
Madrid, Aug. IS.— M. Cambon. the
French ambassador to the I'nited
States, who repiesented Spain in the
peace negotiations at Washington, has
been decorated with the Grand Cross of
the Order of Charles 111.
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Clear to partly rlocdv weather pre
vail* over the h uith tftla m iming
, He Wants Hie Old Basins Converted
August a. Go.. Aug. 18, 1898.
I To the Editor of The H-raltt-Sir:
I noticed some days ago that you
suggested to our city council to make
the present settling basins into a park
when the new waterworks are comple
ted. I would like to aee (his done for
the laboring peop e (white only) for
j v*h, ii (hey work all day in the mills
'these bet days, It would be quite a re
j lief to sit out for tin hour or so atul
i enjoy the fresh air, for most of th* m
! live in email hour's and so close to
gether that you cannot drive a vehicle
[between them, for, as l heard a gentle
man remark, "some of the houses re-
I minded him of box cars."
I um not writing this to say what I
I rant done, bus aa a laborer I would
like very much to see this piece of
property turned over for this purpose,
' for very few cities the size of ours have
. so few parka—one of th" city’s and
| cne belonging to a private company.
I Moay go out to them these hot even
linge after their day’s work is over and
tills is evidence that they would take
advantag? of a new park.
Would it not he well for you to print
« blank ticket in your valuable paper
end ask each reader to fill out the lirk
ct and send it to you, giving his choice
on selling or making a park of the
land. I cm a very poor tvrlter, but I
j fed that I could work It up if some
| one will put th' hall in motion. §ome
reader cf The Herald may be able to
t'v! us Borne method to work this out.
Thanking you for the space In ycur pa
per, Yours very truly. J. M. Head.
Preached to No. 4 Engine Hen.
Sister Proctor,the lady who is preach
ing on the streets of Augusta, preached
jto the firemen at No. 4 company last
night. She says she has taken an es
pecial interest In the firemen since she
'came to Augusta.
Henry Starnes, of No. 4 Engine com
pany, Vho has been ill for several
weeks, Is Improving gradually, and It Is
hoped that he will he able to resume
his duties at No. 4 ill the near future.
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Geo. B. Richmond, who died at Lan
sing, Mich., last Thursday, was the
01 iginal "inventor of the electric tele
phone which was in use before the Bell
patent eras filed. He never realized
anything from his invention.
Coast Line Late
The Atlantic Coast Line was 45 min
utes late in arriving this morning.
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VISITS DR. POSE!
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THE SOCTH'S VOLUNTEER®.
It Is Interesting ta note that (he
I western Journal* aie seeing lhat the
south is gelling Justice ftoin the sneers
of a few rabid northern papers, who
!«,ii »]ur new and then at this sec
Commenting on the statement that
the south has been slow in furnishing
her quota of volunteers, The Chicago
; Chronicle says:
"Thero has been from time to tKr.e
i intimations —usually from republican
sources that the southern states
I were not enthusiastic over the war
! with Spain. There !« nothing lo
| show that these insinuations are well
I founded. The southern slates have
; responded to the call for volunteers,
1 and whllo some of them have be?n
! short of their complements, some of (he
northern states are In the same fix.
Moreover, the immune regiments, all
Inf which conic from the south, aro
!credited to ro particular slate, so lhat,
'as a matter of fact, the south has pro
| Paid-' exceeded ila quota, Insteod of
j falling short cf It. A! any rate, we
know that the man who enlists from
'the south means business, or If ho
! doesn't mean It he Is In for an un
! pleasant time. The ease of Rev. R.
D. Wear, chaplain of the Fifth Alaha
-1 ma, who refused to go to Santiago with
his regiment, shows what the southern
, people think of a ‘quitter.’ He Is prac
tically ostracised, clergyman lhat he Is,
land veil have to leave (he community.
Until we hear of similar action In the
ease of members of the Seventh New
York, who ’flunked’ In a body, we are
v-arrarted In believing that patriotism
in Alabama Is fully as fervid as It is
in the north or In New York, at any
Misses Camilla and Mamie Rhodes,
two of Augusta’s charming and be
witching young ladles, left for their
home last Thursday after spending a
few weeks very pleasantly in Sanders
vllle. They were accompanied by Mias
Claude Wynne. —Sandersvllle Herald.
In going from the Maine to the Tex
as it will be noted by the student of
geography that Cant. Slgsoee cleared
the whole eastern coast line at a single
Probably the' two men who will hear
of the Close of ffhe war wilh the great
est enthusiasm are named McCoy and
Corbett. U . u ,.. t , j
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. . • Tti** -iigpg have U##n
1,.,,, fu 11, fringed, and the “sample"
Mrs. K. T. Miller and Mrs. Turn
Miller left yesterday f»r Hsvsnnah.
from w here they will sail to New York
[They will Spend several weeks with
Mrs. Mason at her summer home in
A Chinese American Flag.
A little lady whose father Is a naval
officer has. to celebrate the war, on«* of
[the most Interesting flags of any that
have not seen actual service. It was
[brought to her by her father upon his
return from a three years’ cruise In
Kin RI ALL !“!MI C L * J $ ORB(:EHS0 RB(:EHS
“Bring it in, Porter. That Brand Flour is ex
actly what we want. We are tired using corn flour
and corn starch mixtures. Berry’s Grand Duke is
Pure Wheat Flour, Guaranteed.”
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M»a. A. O. WMlffteid and Ml**
,|jyn in i ity th!* WH'k.
Indian Oiri of Royal Birth.
I Miss led* Minnie Cornelius, an One!-
I (la Indian iflti, of fftJTftl pftfftfttftl** waa
Kraduatcd laat w**#k with hl*h kolon
from Grafton Half, an Kp4aoof»all*n
girl#' irhonl at Food du I<a<’,
nin. Mia* Corneltai* la a direct dcacen*
dant of a long line of chief*.
Mrs. J. L. Robertson and Miss Hen
rietta ItotH'rtson w'lll leave Saturday
for nat Rock. N. C.
A House Party.
Miss Mattie Wright. Miss Isabelle
Ctaik and Miss Margie Wright will
leave today for Millen. where they will
attend a house party at the home of
Mr. John David Wright.
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The-e’* t'im.th'ng cmked ahotl
tl,r business of a corkscrew mantifm-
Tbe Apanlarda try to avoid - ngaee
menti. but th* summer girl isn't built
A girl never acquire* a reputation ••
I a vocalist until she begins to render
Whenever a woman reads of a man
going wrong she always wonder* what
[the woman In the rase was like.
A man’s meaning Is the same during
■ mirtshlp and after marriage, but la la
[expressed in different language.
BIG BARGAINS IN RIBBONS —
gelling out 25c. Ribbon* at 15*. Ike
Ribbon sc. Se Ribbon 2 I-2r. Needle*
lc, gold eye*. Darning Cotton *c. Fin
ishing Braid 3r. Patent Hook* and
Eye* 3c. 19c Bed Flannel coat JSc.
Prcf. Alphonse Rlvlar. the Belgian
eiithori y on Imernallr nal low. one of
;he nrbitiars in the Behring Sea di«-
puie. died recently in BruaseU.