Cuttomwrt *r© dally
profiling by our /u»w •chadul® of »’•-
duecd pricoa. August It In lit «nilh» »t
toil) toon bag in to win*. Autumn comat
on tptca. Tha bait mathodi appaal to
us. Thay tuggatl gatting rid of all Sum
mar stocks* That’* Jutt what wa ara
doing. Lucky for you: lucky for ut.
You aacura bargains; wa sacure bare
countars and ampty sholvos. The bona*
fit is antlraly mutual.
THE TRIAL OF
Tit *rtk»« •( Sir to ftoitk*
Foffaral BmtHu* Lmmrt Im *•> h#
It* gptl»l nii I*l tw* W**l *» I*l
|*t*(t i f tha «»* #•<• §oto l“» »*•*
rct.rt i»»n'*l l» h* W *® ffata-avr*
IM |fs* it to# Frivol# Ja«a** *! **>■
M ut r« l». who loat #h»* *''*»»>
MUMP Mill*, at Co A, •Maw r*»a l •
fo.ee toetnt jwttwSty ifittotiii *■*
Uir otmol gtffidi tio Ihe MCI
It wav AltflihM r*»'f»<*** lh*i 'he
trial SmM h# a tallHary am * aaff tha
cltlaea. **t laspay.l. irf ahWt off
(imn Bar roogramlat* ®a
tit* «iw taa. Sla«* M ha* bate* **'##-
•laaff that • court nartul la MHAe
Taylor » tat* • moat interesting ff»ca-
U, « ar.tt*. *l*' *h*ther ft* ar* at war
a* on a r*a*a °® ,b *
„r rnur' marital In th* r**la*d h»WH
of the Uni led State*, th* foltowlaj l«
‘ OCT# era fa time at war. who l>’*
tw**t!**! to appoint a g*nar*l court
martial. ha*# the power to appoint T»*
J jt#<- nUrorate*
*Tb* eomaaaoder of a dlvlaton he*
the p< <a«-r to appoint m grneral roart
Bart %!. hut la cna* h. la tha proon ti
tor the lies* highest 00*0#
“No (Piaoa ahall be »ent*neel to
enher death e*r*pt by th. naetmnrt
of taro-lbirda of ihe member*," 1.*.. In a
general roart Martial.
‘No ««o*tenre ahall In earrled Inttf
eseeutlor until the finding* ahall have
t»»cn r-pptoved by the officer ortW'i.-tg
“So m-r.tance at a ronrt martial **i
fllrtlßK Ihe penalty of death *h»ll he
carried Into ereeutlon until It >ht'l
have btm roll firmed by the President,
except In the ca*e* of per»ona conv c •
ed a* *pte*. mtillnrcra, deserter* or
murdrrrr* and In such excepted car a
the •eatenre of dexth may l»e carried
Into execution upon confirmation bv
tbc commnnding general In the field.”
•'Kv*rv officer who la authorised .0
order a general court martial ahull
have power to pardon or iniUgat# any
pimlfhm.nl adjudged by It. except .the
pt nl*hm< nt of death or the dior.lssal
of en oScer.”
80 much for the dlscuslscn of rourta*
mortlal In Ihe article* of war.
When C®t. Jcnea was asked thla
morning regnrd'ng the niaiter he re
pied that nothing had been defir.l ely
•ettled. In all probnblllty the trial will
tto'. he postponed very long and It la
i,l*o probable that, upon application,
the use of the roart room In the Fed
eral building will be grunted for the
pulps so* of trial. Thl* rfonlfl be far
mow eonvenl“nt ond comfortable these
trying dog-day a. than for the court 10
be held In a hut ten out at ramp. If
the trial la to he nt nil protracted, H
oil! he almost necessary.
MR. FRANK M. BOWERS
Will Represent Augusta flail Carriers
The local letter carriers’ association
will send as their delegate to the na
tional association of letter carriers'
convention, which meets in Toledo, on
September 6th, Mr. Frank M .Bowers.
This Is the ninth annual convention
of the letter carriers. An Interesting
program has been arranged. Postmas
ter Stallings has received an Invitation
to be present.
The postal clerks will hold a conven
tion In Detroit ou September tbh. Au
gusta will send a delegate to this con
The Invitation received by Postmas
ter Stallings to the carriers' convention
la most tastily gotten up.
The Judge Has Not tlranted Humphrey
Johnson New Trial Yet.
The motion for a new trial in the
ease of the State vs. Humphrey &
Johnson, which was to have Iwen heard
yesterday afternoon, by Judge Calla
way. was held over for a decision, and
will be heard later.
<#fctlta Xrttlw l*n»k Slifk •( tW
Peril* Dru- *
Mh I* Toga* tat •• Umta—*l—
Mia* oph#li# N.ttloo. • yooac wail*
wrtnao. eg shout M y»»rs at •«*■ »•*•
today Ut m oocoaorsou* mafthaa. do#
i to »a or.rduo* of morphia#, tab** loot j
■fti t now
gba hoard* at No. 4 Deoaa ail**.
1 W«al K id. with a >4f». Hoard T*ai*r
[ day about 1 o'tloek la tbo sflsrswu
I she told Mrs. Beard ah* tsa* lose la
rad bar Ufa. Ms* Heard did *M he- j
llov* that the daaperat* deed would,
■I a xttrmp rd A lilt I* l«t*r. after MH
hog Mr*. Beard of her (ateetton*. M at
| Nottlaa went to Dr. dml'h * drag stora
|la Weal Bad and parrbaaed eight
! grain# of morphia* Dr. Hinttb waa
i swat at fha time and a small boy. who
-1 worked in lb* alero, aold the drug.)
Miss Nettles told hlut that she was
addicted to the motptune bahll and so
desired the dm* Fr..*a Dr. ilinlth's j
•he weal tat the Weal Knd pharmacy
and 1 here purchased some more of the
She told the Weat Bod pharmacy
people that she desired the drug to put
la a liniment.
Took the Drug
She waa dbwovered by the Inmates
of the house she waa boarding al In*
an uneonsrious condition. In her
It was soon found that she had resi
le taken the morphine, as she had said
she would. Drs. Hahn and Turner
were summoned They found that a j
very heavy dose had been taken and
in spile of their work on >- the
unconscious am man. ahe did not re
Fua* With Sweetheart.
Her mother, who was in Bath. 8 C„
wa* telegraphed for. and arrived here
thla morning. It 1* learned that Mlaa
Nellies had had a fuss with her siweot
heart. and that was the cause of her
When a Herald repartee called at
the house where the unfortunate wo
man 1* at present, she waa at 111 In a
ver«' precarious condition and her
physicians were quite apprehensive
However, ahe may, under Ihe doc
tors' skill, revive later In the day.
The river at 8 a. m . waa 9.9 feet, a
fall of 1.9 feet In Ihe past 24 hours.
• •nly oeeantoan! light showers fell In
Tcxus Hiui along the south Atlantic
const In the past 24 hours; while no rain
occurred In the rest of the cotton belt:
In Minnesota and upper Michigan It la
now raining, also In western Nebraska
—with a fall of 3.0 S Inches reported
Temperatures are high this morning
In all parts of the country, except along
the west northern border ond the
Rocky mountain slope, where the ther
mometer Is In the sixties, with clear
weather extending over all the south.
The pressure is highest over the east
gulf and soulh Atlantic states with n
trough of low pressure extending from
the upper lakes southeastward to the
Forecast for 36 hours ending S p. m.,
Aug. 24. IS9S:
Washington forecast for Georgia and
South Carolina—Fair tonight and Wed
nesday, with continued high tempera
Dneal forecast for Augusta ond vi
cinity -Fair tonight ond Wednesday.
DEEDS OF TODAY.
Two Transfers of Realty Put on
The following deeds were nut on rec
Southern Building and Loan As
sociation to Kate Collins
Doughty, for property on the
north side of Broad street, lte
tween Marbury and Kollock
for a consideration of $559,6?
A security derd from Kate Collins
to Josephine Burbot for .. .. SBOO
•tipijc AtmtisTA mxmjLT* r>.
WERE TOO FRESH
I Tiff Iwturi Mr tigMMri
|Ha Natf I aslsasaaa 4 spa**me M
A It*mfUmgn uni H-? i
I MNMMIHBiNI MIMI ift |m a«H •# *’
■ *pw IMP 9P9k#fllMi »rwni *Ww |pn -»
%tmfi !• 9*p****4
Iftp lH Vi* m •
Mr 4m m**
IH» MHPfv unit - «M (
I* — . j » mmm lot ’:0f" t ’ l||*
I liwsi mi Ini fiml mNi-
I mHt* *m ' p IM t*k of «f •«**
I iNitilNl •
I fnn • lw* ••N ™ • *
U p ««| P*lm* fc» UlfUlNl ** **?**
*m4 Hr r«M» m m* m NH «•
| • tmm 4irA' —»**>** ll#
All «»*«' well eat t| the party mrfc»
lad the wharf ia Cfcarteafna shoot •
o'rtorh at sight Th**# tha s«*at
! asked ta aaa their tlrheta. arhirh the*
landed la thraagh the Migdo* «if the,
tlrfcet o#tr* WPhoot a asorg the
ngrat lore off three roapoas from mrb I
■what, leaving oaly the «atn*rl aadl
i tha retara rastpna fro* ihe nsarlrvtoa
! depot to Augusta. Mr. Ilstaawl al
i s(r* graisatad against thla, I old th*
- sgrni he had left him oothlag to **>«•
for the trampcnaikM of hi* party ta
j th* I*l* of Palms and return or from
' the wharf ta the Mouth Carolina de
t To all of this the sgrni replied that
he knrw his bustaraa sad thsl o»*o
t preseated to the rood net or* of the d’s-
I friest Hues Ihe holders aouid he pam
jed all right on fora of the ticket Mr.
I Hammond rtgild do nothing but accept
t what he said as cot red. It bevng night,
hr boat about Ut taav* and o- higher
official beta* preeest The party had
j no <rouble ia reachlag SulLvaa • le
t land, where they spent two days d*-
| Itghtfully nt Mr*. Willrama' house go-
Img luu kwards and forward* to the
Isle of Palm*, hut being moet of the
| time in the tseen. Mr. Hsmmond.
hi* brother nod Mr. Cobra are ail ex
' pert ix itimm Monday they *»id
giHslhye to their many friend* on the
1 Island and starlet! home The con
doctor on the seashore rnllioad said
something about the abeeacr of the
coupons on the ticker, but mid that
the fault wbb that cf the "d d fool
■ agent"- at the wharf, and that he
! meant to have him reported. 'l ue
party arrived all right In CbarJeeton.
and hoarded the city railway tompa
n>''# car In front of the cuatum house.
TY.ey tendered t h#or ticUet* to the con
ductor who at once said very rudely.
"They expired yesterday; >Oll can't
| ride on them to dsy. Pay your farts."
Finally, being shown on the tlckc the
words “Good from Saturday to Mon
day." he took the ticket back, hut
said, “There are no cou lions on these
tickets; you will have to pay your
fares, anyhow "
Mr Hammond then explained fully
nil thHt had happened with the agent
on the wharf and the two conductors
on the Island. To which he replied:
•'I don't care anything shout that. I
know, that man at the wharf has been
tearing off these coupons, and l have
been making people pay their fares
when he did. and you will have to pay
your or get off.”
Mr. Hammond said he had paid one
fare anil would pay no more. Then
the conductor said:
••I'll put you all off the car If you
Mr. Hammond told him he might do
so If he chose.
Thu car waa then" stopped and the
conductor old a great deal of taiklug
and throating, the attention of all on
board being attracted to Mr. Hammond
and party, who were made to appear
In the light of dead heats. Mr. Ham
mond was cool and firm throughout,
never losing his temper for a moment.
The conductor then said:
•‘You are beating your way; but 1
don't want to have a scrap with you.
Wait until we get to the end of the
line and we will see the inspector about
The end of the line was ihe depot,
and Mr. Hammond and party started
to leave the car, when they mopped in
the door by the inspector and conduc
After the conductor made his state
ment; Mr. Hammond again fully went
over the matter with the inspector,
"1 don't care about all that. You
have got to pay your fares before you
leave the cars."
Mr. Hammond refused to do this,
pushed his way past the two officials,
who were trying to step him, and
started down the sidewalk. The in
spector then told the conductor to call
a policeman and have the party arres-.
TIM fi rtHi* §N* NNHMNA IN #
toa or* aafttr a.eswi #»4 mm h* SMkt
Mr Maoias*a4 Mas isNl
"I SMI* say IS famt a******* West I
I is I#-* e bi sag , w toaas gewt ■ , t, i
•til bm gap aayibtM for say**lf I
- til or' t« |s.i first Mat tafttug wad #*
fast mrhl »ft par ®h«- *«• M*»
I»w,aa4*l fo* th*** Ist *«*swg as* s
| r*4h•* thas th#' »h*y sh«*Ml hw ffla
!gra**4 *M ksalalel ta 'his wap,"
Mr Hair mail ihM ifff< r*4 lb*
•nwHMit rt— luvAot fur th* twu yvwag
meg Ihm Ik* mod's l«r ahrt ias#»nor
i efaaiit Ml orc*ffi ff, ssvtag thol the
B*ll*r wa* with th# gwl.t*. The oar
“No. by Qo4 you cas t pay |M
■ p<ece aad g*4 not of HM* T«W
have osm lb* kata* sad yoo go ta lb#
barrack* Hot# get la the wagon mod
gei lg qakrk
Mr HißMoad begged tear* la hire]
• bach aad go la that Th* regaeal wa#;
Th# party wee# takes to th# barracks■
sad Uetstoed At • quarter of so boar
sad Hum relese-d oa a teleghon# mas
saga from snow official at the road j
who dnatMlem realised who* s
dreadful outrage bad beea -commit
Mr llamtaoad an I Mr C H. Coh#e
feel it ih#tr duty to bring sail against
tha mod as a atstirr nt vladlestino
They will be iepreeen'e-i by the ablest
attorneys of tbc Charlaoloa bar There
Is do doubt that ihe cTllaeas of Char
leston will protect the gtv-.t name of
the city by their condemnation of the
great ■ht** and disgrace which has
been placed up<n I bear gentlemen.
COLLIDED WITH VEHICLE.
Accident to t ittle Daughter of Dr. A.
Dr A. K Fatty’s little daughter, M’»*
Marie. Hally was the victim of a painful
acctihmi this morning.
IV'AUe riding down Broad street ah-iuf
9:30 tgis morning. Her blcycls collided
with a vehicle lx»lnn«lnN to Mr. Tay
lor vs West Knd. Tha little girl was
thrown from her wheel direetlv under
the horse's hoofs and waa considers lily
bruised by the animal stepping on h>-r.
It was at first feared that she wa* tn
tcrnally Injured, hut upon examination
It wa* found that she was only severe
ly bruised, and It I* hoped that It will
only I# a few days before ahe will
again he all right.
A LITTLE ONE DEAD.
Infant Child of dr. and Mrs Rluford
Onrrett Passed Away.
Mr. and Mrs. Rluford Garrett are
deeply sympathised with In the death
of their Infant son, which occurred last
night at their residence. No. 1743 Kilts
street. The funeral occurs at 5 o'clock
from the residence.
PROIt ABLY FRIDAY.
Judge Calloway Will Render Decision
in Raiiroad Case.
It -Is learned today that Judge Cal
laway will very prohaljly render hi«
dociaion in the Augusta Southern-
South Carolina and Georgia railroad
cp|3t> . n next Friday. The public Is
much Interested In the decision, and
will await the Judge's ruling with much
UtflF Louise Van Unge celebrated
her eighth birthday Saturday evening.
There were about fifty of her little
friends prerent. Among them were
Misses Nellie and Edith and Master
Elliot Dnwson. of Savannah, and Miss
Fannie Gay, of Tybee Island. She re
ceived mony pretty presents. A birth
day supper was served, after which
they had singing and dancing. The
evening was very pleasantly spent.
Photograph of Dr. Bob five.
A photograph that reached Augusta
yesterday showed Dr. Hob Eve. garbed
in an Immaculate white duck suit, sur
rounded by half a dozen members of
the hospital-staff at Key West.
The picture was taken by one of the
amateur photographers among the doc
tors. tn a cool looking latticed corner
of the piazza of the hospital, ond show
ed a tine looking sot of dlsblplos of Es
cutaplus. principally from the South,
and Dr. Bob not the good look
ing of the lot. ,
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If In*' iff l##t s%ill
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ar.4 West Will s>4s**P*r her-off g**e*«*
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llt-rno. Bieel G-ONS#V h*»* r-htd I*-
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2. , aetlre sink* vevtertlsv ad*
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I t ,)| # nt
mirMn «»* av#*#®#* IS P**
. |#M Mr# H* (
■jh f|tiifir luff t|#*hff# t MNNL Ih** rloNaff
(M-irs-e take" at I » a'«4*rk. mr*e th*
aLs-tal wire, nt Fata* Ma'phv A 00-t
WHEAT— •tprm. Clna*. |
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Deiwmher »*h #•
j j^p,ember >»% >»%
| OrtobK .. ••
! N*»ptff*mh®f #• aa a# •• a# I M
|<lCtHbor .# aa .a a* aa a* ““ *
f*t'|T|(»fn*#r sa aa aa aa •• **
October . K-«T
NKW YORK COTTON-
January .. .. •* ** 4 *4
February .. .. ** •* 4.i5
U#r<h .. *. -* 4.71 4-74
B,.ptemb’r •• •* 4-H
rt’lohcr 5 Sf » «
December .. 5.41
Nt: WTORK STOCKS.
Tohaceo IS*N lh*H
A. M 8 - tS% I?*4
r. n. Q 11* TIT\
Chicago Gas l"!Mi 163*i
Lculsvltle A Nashville .. 39*4
Manhattan 99% »?H
Omaha w, «
t'ntoit Pacific -* 4 «
Rock Island .. .. .. .. Ib6'i 1W,»4
R. G 19'i
St. Paul lit 112'j
S. R. Q 35% 35%
Western Cnlon 95 t's%
January and February 3 06 3 ft?
February and March .. 3.ft? 3.07 ft*
March and A|>ril 8.09 B.#* ft 9
April an t May 3.09
May and June 8.09 3.09
June and July 3.lft
July and Aug 3.13
Aug. and Sept 3,11 12
Sept, and Oct S.ftS 3.08 ft 9
Oct. and Nov. .. .. .. 3.06 3.0* ft*
Nov. and Dec 3.06 3.o*'
Dec. and Jan 3.06 3.07
Middling in Augusta today *c.
Receipts in Augusta today .. .. 64
Receipts to date in Augusta .. .. 376?ft6
Stock on hand in Augusta .. .. 3380
1895 1897 189*
Galveston 62 996 63*
New Orleans .. .. 463 2034 **B9
Mobile H 11 —~
Norfolk •• 21 3.51
Philadelphia .. .. *6O
DIED LAST NICiHT.
Little One of Hr. and Mrs. Joseph
The infant child of Mr. and Mrs.
Joseph Gossett of No. 8 Cottage street
died last night after a brief illness.
The funeral services were held this af
ternoon from the residence. The sym
nahty of many friends Is extended to
the bereaved parents.
Miss Ella Pope of Atlanta. Miss
Maud Gilbert of Albany, and Miss
Zciglee of Louis ; ana, are the guests of
Miss Jessie Wall. ...
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ahm#t mm f/mtAk mm rmhiW mpfty math »u lh«
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OHN4 taho 0m I or# imt ffttmt Ihff hufi#mj|
fttatanah they tmtffra to n#t fc*ff Iht*/ ##>ltoff*»-
tttoy'fff antoji lto*4b#r toDriffV.
We tjttrs in *la#l matt tmtlxifi) oI ntnfft I
diffrrrtM ttyio •( Um# j
(Kan f«w d tinmn ml. md *■« H*vt tht tfWt ltd
main tab ttmi thff tjus 4 mithiivt lo ff At
to « hurry the odd mim an# ityki jio i»*y
RotifiH Lumber W 00 pet K>oo fl
No I Pun 150 p*r 1000
No 2 ” ** ..... LSO ** **
4R- Lathi 150 *• •'
Drawn (\ press Shinjik* 275 ** "
AR tlvlcs of dressed lumber, motildmjt*,
ooon. **sh blind* and fancy wnodvori
tend a bst of whet vou want to w« tan tell you
what the tlungi w rfl coat.
('•■p 1.094 Will Witar** Rrtka
•f Set nil Ara; Carpk
lirotaa A Hair L offer I tt/hwgh Lae
Th# votrraOa at Ca. A m#t lut Bight
• n*t d#ct4*a to attvad th* kdart by
K<-v K O. ff* la M#n»hr». F J.. on
the subject at Moullwni Chivalty" ta
a Ml <»ti Mil Tkutaday night
I Th* *44 hay* ta gray will nw#i at th*
pnatotac* rurßrr na 4Jf*#o* •'r*#t. and
i march la i body t* 4b* opera hmi#*.
Another ptanaaat trip ta in ifxr tor
'Camp 1404. as it »*• t**m*d t «Dy that
! ta all protahlllty war Itm# a-XI *»*k
will »** th*m al Ja<kaoßvlll* up»a »b*
occaataO at the grand r*vi*w of th# a*v
#Bth at my corpa by Major General
| Th* preparation* al present going "»
at ihi Ja* kaonviUe camp ate oa a large
and elaborate scale.
I It I# eaperted that #ome ».##• «rre»P#
will h* In th* parade or review and II
la to be made the o<*ca#loa f*»r exeur*
nine from Ihe whole «irroit«4l;i| coun
try While nothing absolutely official
i an be learned today. I* l» known that
the railroad je pic •"> wor*ll»g "«
the plana, and 'hat they will ah'rtly he
ready F»r promulgation
Th»- acc mmoffatlona promised will lie
ample and comfortable; aleeplng* car*
arc to he attached to the train* and
nrolaabiy In a day <*r two the veterans
can begin to mak- their pt«n» for an
other enjoyable outing.
ML* Steed .>f We«t En*l I* vlaltlng
her *l*ter In Llßeoln county.
Mr. Arthur Hank* of McDuffie will
visit friend* In West End eoi.n.
Ml*a Mary Kendrick will visit rela
tive# In Iturke county next week.
Mr. Folly Baxter, who h'l* Ik'cn mak
ing an extensive northern tour. Is ex
pected home otday.
Ml-s Florence Kendrick la anticipat
ing a sojoutn In the country, where she
ha* hngls o ' friends.
Messrs John Hambrlctt and Th..mn*
Ag:e will leave soon for a visit to
friclh)* in Alabama.
M«B9if' Calvin and Dan Raburn are
expected this week from a visit to
frieOda in North Carolina.
Mrn Apo! of fSavannah Is
the gu. st or Mrs. E. H. Fughe Mrs. A
pr! Is a former Augustan and has many
frinels here, who wilt he delighted to
welcome her i-n their midst.
Mrs. Jehn W .Pearson and her wtn
s»mr little daughter, who have been
on an extended visit tn th’ family of
Mr. Jerry McCarty, left last night for
their home in ffylncouga. Ala.
The many friends of Miss Annie Apel.
formerly of Augusta, now of Savannah,
w ill Is’ pleased to know that she Is in
the city fer a week, the guest of Mrs.
Fugh*’ and her daughter. Mrs. Blake
ly. on upper Ellis street.
The instruments for the Tenth reg
iment band have been shipped and
will soon be here. There will be twen
ty-four pieces in the band. Bandmaster
Verdery is waiting anxiously for the
A speoia. meeting of council is call
ed for 4 o'clock this afternoon. The
meeting fc called to consider an ordin
ance providing for a sewer on Rey
nolds street, near Fuorteenth.
Uncle Sam's Navy, Port
folio No. 9, just received
at Herald Office.
Trails <m S. C. ft Gt. Tkrawa
BUh Oil if SthUule.
Ca*M tide I ailed to Rfbk lIM City
A fnHflit »m*l orrorrn! f»n tho
('%«**) ma met Otnrftt railr4t4
r HUrkvillf %him nurnifii
I Tti«- d#(aUi of u»«* wrvrk art Runt
| mftfrf at thl* rod of th* line, tin
I Kmjtti CarotiM and Oeurvta |» • pie not
in knot very mu h it hoy t MU
tthm mkfd lkM» matter to*
>«Sa| by The Herald,
1 The Coast Line train that *ia duo
| here at $ o'rkx k t*4« mmniur. d»d not
ardvt at all. and (hr frnitk Carotlitn
i r»4 Qrorfit pa«»*R|tr that left hero at
ii:Jd o'rlork thta m**roma transferred
paMwngera at the arena of the wrong
I and arrived in the city an hour or ao
I There was no C*arl Uim* train Irir,
Inc here at 2'IS tbla afternoon. the
.leper that usually ire. out oil that
I train helm carried lean hy the 3:l#
■i hariraton train. It being auproaed that
- th" lire will be clear hy late thla
■ iprnmin. w hn the Coast Ulna train thtt
i „uld not reach the city "HI MM - up
It he sleeper at Denmark. w tyre the train
I is now-.
I Wh -iber any! dy was hurt, roul i not
, !.p found out from the road authority*.
but from «hat ran be learned tho
1 wreck w»a a bad one
A TICKET OFFICE
How William Proper Collected a
Claim Against a Railroad.
Chita:■*. Aug. 23. William Proper
■of ihe suburb of Berger la one man
who "tvwst against" the Pennsylvania
i railroad company with Us enortnoua
, capital, and compelled it to sonic.
■ Proper complained that the company
1 1, ad misused him in connection wt, h ®
I .nmotatioa ticket. Yesterday ha
i seised the West Pul'man ticket offico
lof Ibe line, bolding it by force until he
I company paid him *l2 and coats in the
Proper derlaree the company ''hanK
rd it* schedule time on passenger
. trains rhortly after he l>oueiit his
! commutation ticket, and that in coti
j sequence he was obliged In drive from
i Bergen to RiverdtUe, where he boarded
the Illinois Central.
New' York Futures
New York, Aug. 23.—Futures opened
steady at theadvance. August 5.45,
September 5.51, October 5.55. November
5.58, December 5.59, anuary 5.63, Feb
ruary 5.67, March 5.81, April 5.74, May
5.76, June 5.80.
The Southern train due here at 4:20
o'clock last afternoon was two hours
late in arriving on account of a wash
out on the ine above charlotte.
TOO LATE FOR (CLASSIFICATION
WANTED—A FEW SHARES MUTU
AL real estate and building associa
tion stork. Address promptly D. ]>,. at
Herald office. A 24
WANTED—A POSITION AS HOUSE
GIRL or any kind of work. 116 Center
street. * Aug 24
STOLEN FROM HALLWAY AUGUS
TA Bee Hive, Crescent bicycle, ’3B,
No. 376561. Aug 23
SITUATION WANTED BY YOUNG
lady as bookkeper. Fully competent.
Address G. 21., care Herald. Aug 24