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A DRAFT UNPAID.
Mr. M*. «lnr*Mt>l ' 4rmMr4 kt
Nlrt I *•( Sight
CM if? H wd rwttwl • i*l**ts»b ttrm
Ch«*t rs IS Ik* llsttley. (Ml AGafita. >»*<
n util r»Q 111 Ming in to mttaat M
William fter*!afi**Bf, ••'Wwa' 1 -** .
WlrtA! h— rs l‘»A«rlb Ky,
T*i# rk# rff iiplcil Ahr grntlefiM'i 1
war okk sici mn**y ut4<t l*ht fti
-1*1.09* IHfftllf Wl*r Vt« S**»t t-J !
9hr liMlrni k'tel )6M high! 11l it*
m(>4 Mr M inuttnUr Hr AM ml
Ititi ihr to poller atallar
I'm! r-nra'ned ■ llh Ma at Ik* Planter*
Mr ftrmlngatsr itoipnl at Ik* M» H .
Alston la Atlanta last weak aad when
Ir wtßt to Irarr gar* tk# proprietor a
If. aft la payment of ktc Mil. He to- j
qiwr’.l that the draft hr held la At
lanta oatll hr 1-f, Jltaa. The itraf !
aa arat to Minx and eu aot paid by
the parti** draw oa.
It war (ranted fcjr tk# Aragrn pro- |
prirtor that Mr M*rnlr.g«tar had rotae
on to Augusta and to the police were
notified la detain him.
Mr Mornlagitar araa area ky a r*- i
porter at police headquarter* th'a!
morning and said that he bad tinder- 1
aland that the bill at the Aragon rat
twenty dollar* and that the Aragrn
people bad now claimed that It wna 1
fifty. He rat-1 all would bs arrang'd;
today. Mr. Mornlngatar **etn* to hr a ;
rlrver gentleman and had no Intrntlon ;
of beating the hotel out of any money, i
Father Or La riorinlere M ill Lecture
That la the subject rs the lecture to!
be delivered by Her. Father E. C. de la
Mctnlera at the opera house tomorrow |
The lecture will be an orator'ci! ;
treat and no one should mis* hearing
Camp 1094. £, C. V., under command
of MaJ. Wither*, will attend and occupy 1
scats on the stage.
The ticket* tc the lecture are fifty !
cents. Tin opera house is being dec- j
orated today In the national colors
and will present a beautiful appear
ance tomorrow night. Father de la
Monlere Is a lecturer of no mean parts. I
having delighted audiences in many I
The lecture will begin promptly at
8:20 o'clock. Ton want to hear It.
JERRY D’ NNY.
The Veteran Ball Flayer to Celebrate
What Augusta bail fan does not re- j
member Jerry Denny, the veteran 1
ball player, who held down third base
for out local ter m years ago. when Au
gur a first on-ered the Southern ‘
The Courier-Journal of Louisville i
Jerry Denny, the old ex-Louisviile
wxirlcr, Is playing with the Water-'
bur:-. Corn., team. He will scon cele
brate his fiftieth birthday.
B«ar« tho rs Tin Kind You Hats Always Bought
E nr 7^557
Hephzibah’s First Bale.
Sporial to The Herald.
Hepbzlbah, Atig. 24. D. K. L.
Miller was the first to get new cotton
r.-any for the gin. He hauled to the
Public Gin. corner Broadway and "..'ill
street, yesterday morning, enough Bf*“<l
ect on for two bales of the fleecy sta
“Dear me!” exclaimed Miss South
site-, looking at the sleek, dappled boys
that were hitched to tile hay wagon,
“this country air and sunshine makes
even the horses freckled, doesn't It?'
lIN ASOCIAL WAY
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I Mtem. mid Mlaw Bn fj» FHiw. ®f A«-
i guata It was a tdlgklhd oecatdoa. At
the n*iia! hour dalaty vvfreahaseata
I wefw it r* *d.
I Tk* lavltrd gtirtl* w*rr Mi** Jim
' Flachrr. Ml** Birdie Weatherly. Him
Willie F F.rketl*. Mim Margie lluff.
| Min* Lucy Maddox. MU* Rthel Snow.
M.*» Kmy dww. Ml** Mamie DwakT.
of Macoa: Mlaa Rva la Fitte, of Ati
gnata. Mlaa Fanlae King. Mlaa Gleaale
Headrick. M.aa Lliliaa Headrraoa. of
itiafaeavllla; Mlaa Leila Berry. Mim la
ma Glaae. Mlaa Mary Jobe. Mlaa Annie
Jobe. Mlaa l/mlw Boutherland. Mi**
I Kugt ala Bitting Miaa laea Keaaer,
M’*a Ida Alley. Miss Mamie Kaaemeler,
Miaa Kata tCdmondaoa, Ml*a Fannie
Ah twaltrr. Mlaa Roa*l»td Bivlaga.. Miaa
Tod Mci'amy. Mta* Kmily Manly, Mlaa
May Smith, Mlaa foraleltr Beall, of
Chattanooga; Mlaa Annabel Pkflta, of
Macon; Mr. Carl Blvlaga. Mr. Fred C.
Maddox Mr. J. C. Campbell, of Cleve
land, Mr. Robert Irvin, of Savannah;
Mr Mae Hardwick. Mr. Frank Pendera,
Mr. John Denton. Mr Bevrly Barrett.
Mr. Robert Manly. Mr. Marvin Perrv,
Mr. Walter Bryant. Mr. John Flemla
ier, Mr. Walter Mackey, Mr. Kmeraon
Higgle. Mr. Gwio Goodwin, Mr. Kd
Hodge. Mr. Walter Davit, Mr. Walter
Kl< hardaon. Mr. Rt y Vance. Mr. Geo.
Snow. Mr. Clayton Lemon. Mr Cheille
Brown, Mr. Frank McCutcheon, Mr.
Will Snow, Mr Henry Snow. Mr. Man
ning Marshall, of Rome; Mr. Will Led
better, of Rome; Mr. Earl Dasher, of
Mrcm; Mr. Claude Murphy, of Macon:
Mr. Clarence Barrett, Mr. Guy Bailey.
Mr. Ike Braxelicn. Mr. Charlie Dasher,
of Savannah: Mr. Fred Anderson, Mr.
Beck Horne, Mr. Floyd Farrar. Mr.
George Spencer, Mr. West Flemister,
Mr. Sam Crouch. Mr. Albert Kasemler,
Mr. John Bitting, Mr Edgar Bogle, Mr.
Louis Juhan, Mr. Arthur Chapman. Mr.
Hark Twain, Ambassador to the Court
of St. James.
It is common among English peo
ple to assume that the author of “A
Connecticut Yankee at Court of King
Arthur” is somewhat cantankerously
disposed towards England. Such,
writes an intimate friend of Mark
Twain. In the September Pall Mall
Magazine, Is far from being the case,
for although he laughs at many of the
crusted anachronisms In cur Constitu
tion, as one nurtured In an American
alnfspherc needs must, Mftrk Twain
at heart is a sincere admirer of the
English and a profound lover of Eng
land. If the Democrats ever come into
office again they might do lurch worse
than send S. L. Clemons to St. James.
(Towns for an Augusta Girl.
A young Georgia girl who will ap
pear on the concert stage next winter,
has had designed for her iwo charming
evening toilets which are pre-eminent
ly correct for the stage, inasmuch as
they are of distinct shades with no
mail ing contrasting shades introduced, j
One of the gowns is a heavy, dead-:
white silk, with a frilled shirt and a
full bodice, the front of which is com
posed entirely of horiztMit.nl lace frills.
The other gown is a Mephisto ml
Irish poplin, built on severely plain
lines minus trimming of any kind.
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. O’Dowd compli
mented theilr gusests, Miss Kathleen
Doolan and Master Joseph Doolan,
with a lawn party at their beautiful
home- On the Hill, yesterday afternoon.
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! ft.xa a «t*u M fiMiny Pack Mr»’
'UarAtnaN HHt ftatna n*l4lMt wltl
ftr* fitein I'iiiWl aa4 ana. aka
j katra ksaa *o*o4laa a*west w—s, la
I ih* ctty. wifi t*a*» umtamm Bar a vta-
Mra Ckarlaa laulti Barrow* and
two rharaitaa tklMna erfitnl la tk*
'rity ftondav sad will *f*rad «*.a»* Hum
at ike koa*e nf Dr I aaatag Hot row*.
Mr H II Harris ifca vary raartanaa
! repr mental Ire ol The Aauwata Herald
I sprat ae renal day* * -on* tka liar at
tk* C * W C ta tka latemat of ka
I taper Fait fax Ratarprtae
M aa Noala Ault)van at Aacuata who
baa bean vtalUaff her frtead Mr* G.
•V, ftcftritltama. ka* rwaraed borne
1 mark to tka raffrrt of her many frraad*
and admirers Charleston Pr»l.
Ancuaia Ga . Wedneaday. Ana. S3lk.
ItH. Office heated la failed Stale*
(nrm 3M at building; telepboae No.
’orreaet for M boars, ending I p. m .
: August 21. ,189*.
foreeaat for Georgia and
fSouth Carolina: Fair (anight and
Thursday. cxe»pi ahower* on the coast;
! continued high temperature.
laical force**! for Augusta and rlcln
' By: Fair lonlgbi and Thursday.
The rlrer at 8 a. m. was *.7 feet, a
fall of I.S feet In the pest 24 hour*.
Occasional showers incurred In the
past 24-hour* over the coast district*, I
while no rain fell over the greater por- j
Itioa of tti' cotton belt; there was a'so
rala In the upper lake region, upper -
Mississippi valley, Missouri and west
Temperature* have fallen generally |
j west of the Mississippi river, while
jover the eastern half of the country Ir
regular changes are noted.
The cool eat weather this morning
1 (.".2 degree*) I* confined to the far
Except occasions! cloudiness along
•he AtlantlrVosst clear weather pre
vnllr over the South tliia morning.
"hr pressure is highest over lower
Florida and lowest In the St. Lawrence
CULP WILL NOT QUIT.
The Traffic Manager Denies That He
Atlanta, Aug. 24. Mr. J. M. Culp,
traffic manager of the Southern rail
way company, denies that there is any
truth In the report that he Is to retire
from the Southern to become assistant
to the president of the Louisville and
Nashville railway. Mr. Culp declares
that the report is false and that he is
not only not contemplating resigning
from tho Southern, but that ho has not
even been ma/le an offer by the L. &
Mr. Culo w*s seen In his office in
j Washington by The Atlanta Journal
correspondent in that city, and when
asked if the reports which have gained
wide circulation to the effect staled
were true, Mr. Culp said: “I author
ize you to make, an absolute denial of,
the rumor. There is not a word of
truth in it. I have no Idea of leaving
the Southern, and no offer has been;
made to rue to do bo." Every official
of the Southern in Washington denies
the Btory that Mr. Culp will quit the
Bear* tho <9 The Kind You Have Always bought
SOMETHING TO FORGET.
Senatoi Hanna says the administra
tion’s war record will be the republi
can party's campaign material in 1900.
It is not believed, however, that a
stump speaker will dwell more than
three hours on the war record of Han
TB3O AIJOUBTA HIBAL3?
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tk* aaiw* akatW *»w4 a# B»lt»»*. ta-wtts
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' ir«>«-pl ta 611 a vacaaryt akati ka Bmv
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•atwewwat tar«mt*nt* ataa'l k* *t*n*d
by III* ataclar* «f tk- *W» atat* qual
tlted ta vota far m*»nh*ra nf fk# tleae
ml AaaetnWy, at tk* gan*mi RIHWI
k*td neat pr*--r*tlng the general -l*rtt-n
. thetr reatwrttv* term* Every vacancy
■ Mt-nr-l ky death raatgnatinn or nth
>er cause- akati he filled ky apt*»tatmert
inf tke ttaverwnr until IHr first day of
'January after tk* *ra*T*l eteettan hyld
nest after tka rsplrallon at thirty day*
fr«m thr Bmr each vacancy ocrur*. at
• kkb eleetlan a *ucre»*«»r for the unr*-
plred term shall be elected, provided,
that tt* auecaaaora far all Incumbrat*
aim, term* expire ..n or twfor# tka
firs* day of January. 1*»». ahall h* alrt
ted ky tk* Oenrrnl Assembly nt Ita nan
jalon for I*M. for the full term of four
Sac. 4. Be It further enacted ky *u
-1 tkortty aforesaid. That wbsr.ever the
above propoaed aieervtmenl* to the
Constitution *hnlt be Sfrwd to by tno
thlrda of the member* eler list to rack
of the two houaea of the General Aa
eemhly. the Oovemor shall, and he la
hereby authorised nnd Instructed to
cause aatd sroendment* to t>e published
In at least two newspapers in each con
gressional district In this Stale for the
period of two month* next preceding
the time for holding the next general'
I Her. *. Be It further en*r(ed hy the,
I authority aforesaid,That the above pro- ;
'pored amendments shall he substltub-d
for rallftcatloß or rejection of the e|er-|
I tors of this State at the next general
election to be h»ld after publication, aa
provided for |n the foutth acctWo of
'this Act, In the several district* of the.
Slate at which election every per»ti|
• hall be qualified to vote who Is enu-i
tied to vole for members of the Gene
ral Assembly. All perrons voting at
said election in favor of adopting the
'proposed amendments, or either of
i,hem; to the Constitution of this Slate,
; shall havn written or printed ..n their |
I ballots the words: "For rulltlcatlon of
the amendment of paragraph 2 of set
' tlon 3. article S of the Constitution
(Tor election of Judges of Superior
Courts hy tt*' penplel. "For ratification
'of armndmentgtf paragraph 3 of section
I 3 of article 6 of the Constitution" (for
1 election of Judges of Superior Courts
'bv the people), “For ratification of
'amendment of paragraph 1 of section U
'of article 6 of the Constitution" (for
1 election of Solicitor* General by the
people). And all person* opposed to
adoption of said amendments, nr either
of them, shall have written or printed
| nn their imllots the words: “Against
the ratification "of parngraph 2 of sec
tion 3 of article 6 of the Constitution
(against election of Judges of Superior
Courts by the people). “ \galnst ratifi
cation of the amendment of paragraph
3 of section 3 of article 6 of the Constl
jtutlon" (against election of Judges of
. Superior Coufcs hy the people) "Ag
nin-t ratification of amendment of par
agraph 1 of (flection 11 of article (I of
'(he Constitution" (against the election
of Solicitors General hy the people).
j sec. 6. Be 11 further enacted by the
authority aforesaid, That the
Governor be. and he is, hereby author
ized and directed to provide for the
1 submission of the foregoing proposed
amendment* to the Conatitutlcn of this
State to a vote of the people ns requir
ed hy the Constitution of this Siat-- in
paragraph 1 of section 1 of at tide 13,
Olid by this Act; and if either be rat
ified, the Governor shall, when h ■ as
certains such ratification from the Sec
retary of State, to whom the returns
shall be referred in the same manner
ns In case of elections for members of
] the General Assembly, to count and
'ascertain the result, issue Ills proclomo
jion, for one insertion, in one of the
daily papers of this State, announcing
Midi result an.l declaring the amed-
Pient or amendments ratified.
See. 7. Be it further enacted hy the
authority That all laws and
parts of laws' in conflict with lb: Act
be. and the same are, hereby repealed.
Approved December 21, 1597.
Now, therefore, I, Wiliiarh Y. Atkin
son. Oovern-G of said State, do issue
this my declaring that the
foregoing proposed amendment to the
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ratlficstbcv or rejection to the l**»l vo
l, r* »f the fitatc •' **"• general elcc
ti..n to ka t* id Wedaaad mr, October ».
im " aa Y ATKINSON. Governor.
By the Governor: F. K. Callaway,
rrlval# fcWcivf ry-
When Dewey coMt back to the Uni
ted State* he should be given as a part
of his welcome the «roateat breakfast
that was ever pH up In locle Sam*
RBFERRINO TO THE DEPARTED
The late Sultan Abdul All* may lie
now referred to a* the Sultan Abdul
|([PT j)Y fIU. FIBS! gLASS QROCEBS
“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.”
THE PRESIDENT’S PLANS.
He la Arranging «o Take a Well
Waahlngtona. Aug. 24. President
McKinley la endeavoring to arrange
public buaineaa *o that be ran leave
Washington some day next week for a
well-earned but long-delayed vacation.
Hia plana are not yet made, and he has
not decided Just when or where he will
go. He may take a trip up the great
lakes with Senator Hanna and Secre
tary Alger, he may go to lavke Hopat
cong with Vice President Hobart and
Attorney General Griggs, or he may
accept one of the many other numerous
Invitations that have been extend'd.
The only matter yet definitely decided
la that within a short time, as soon, In
fact, as Gen. Shatter and the Santiago
army htvr *ll landed »t Camp Wikof,
the President wltl go lo Montauk Point
and see ih<*n>. ll* may not order • ra
rl*« of the iroopa. a* thla l» • matter
that be apd the secretary of war bar*
not determined yet, but at any rate
the Pt widen) will personally visit the
victorious but suffering soldiers and
tender hla sympathies and congrslu
latiußs. Mr McKinley will not forget
the sailors, either. He Is as anxious to
so* them as tbr soldiers, and will, eith
er In going or returning from Montauk,
go aboard the ships at Tompklnsrllle
and commend ihe Jackies for their glo
rloua achievement*. A*.out October 1
the President will visit the Trans-
MlKSlsalppt Kxpositlon at Omaha.
Courtship Is life's poetry and mar
riage is the prose.