CuitorTMifi Asp dully
profiling by our now ichiduic of r«*
dueod pricM. August Is In its iinlth, it
will soon bog in to wsns. Autumn comet
on ipaci. Tho boot mtthodt appeal to
ui, Thsy tuggMl gutting rid of sll Sum
mor slocks. That's just what ws aro
doing. Lucky for you; lucky for us.
You sscurs bargains; ws sscurs bare
counter* and empty shelves. The bene*
fit is entirely mutual*
FstSrr 4* l* Start#** Sf*ta* ••
A | Art* *«#«••* to •» »*•
Tb# Ond |«wiU • •**»* °i b * ll '
tt*un<4 »a*t eventamg. •» **•*
IMM ta Iktl at tfe* •A- rs
•term Will <■!>■— **>!*» *d aapiwma
WlUli •» »M •*#« «*<• brigbin***
•n 4|M ItUflrdKi* Th# ht-mr y
evui. ui Are away iMilrui# of gwo
ptr mho «mM ofWrwl** (Mir* f»»»iW
III* large bulidinwg. but still ll ***** 4:’ *
■Mil •»dt**Hr# that H»» K C
4m ta Moticii.rr C, J . to h#*» hi* *w
tur. on "fceilwni CWnltJ
Th# tun* *■ d*e«r»t*d ta #*«* ■#<l
bunting * port of Cm. A. *® r»»ll um
form, under lb* ecaiund of Capt. C.
A, Withers. nmiflol th* <mll* of lb*
■!■•* at tb* |*a>o of boaor. Tbclr
tattered battl* I*l nd »** bnnnrr
a<Ml*<} lb* Im( effective totiHi to thr
a**aa Mayor WMS, Fat Ik r Kelly,
Hr V p, Carroll ud Ctpt Kir* **r*
oa tb* »ta«*. while lb* box orrii
pi# 4 by tb* member* of lb* order of
wblrb Father d* la Morlni*r* la a
member, tb* Horlely of J**u»
Tb* brllllaat orator »»i tr*r»f«lly
lalrodured by Mayor W»l*h. and then
tb* audkmr* h»d tb* ple#»ur* «d lis
tening lo on* of lh* moat eloquent (rll<-
utea **er paid tb* memory of the lA>*t
Cana* Not only did tb* speaker prr
arnt many lofty new thought*. l>ut In*
presented them la a manner both novel
and pleasing. Hi# eommand of English
la marvi Um*. Hla word* lo* one if
ter the other In liquid p rfectlon of
harmony, or thunder *vlth the tem
pestuous eloquenre which emirs from
the Inaplrlna eonaeiouoneda that the
subject of which one .peaks la a wor
thy one. Father de la Morlnlere la a
true Southerner and the rauae of tho»*
who fought tinder the atnra and har*
la one In which every fibre of hi* na
ture throb* In tympathy. The private
soldier* roc-lved full Justice *t hla
hand* and the Southern woman was
eulogised as a superior being. Every
deserving element that went into the
formation of the Confederacy reeetvcd
It* Ju*t mend of praise, but the highest
tribute of all was paid to I.ee, whom
the speaker described a* Caesar with
out hie ambition, Ka(>oleon without his
selfishness, and Washington without
his reward. His tribute* to Stonewall
Jackson and Admiral ScmmSi were al
so very beautiful.
Every scene of the struggle between
the states was pictured with such mas
terly touches, that these tong-pant
event* lived again for those who had
helped to make them what they were,
and became an Inspiration for future
guidance of then* who listened to the
recitals of the heroic deeds of their fa
11 was with the alnccrest regret that
the audience realised that the last
word had been npoken and that the two
hours of enehantment under the spell
of a magical eloquence Intensified by
a magnetic personality anil a voice of
the rarest charm were at an end.
At the Rice & O'Connor Shoe Com
Every week the never let up shoe
and hat house of Ktce & O'Connor Shoe
company offer some special bargains
out of their Immense stock. Fifteen
days remain of their special clearance
sale of summer goods and they pro
pose to make them eventful by offering
everything In their summer stock at
prices that if you need shoe* and hats
your are sure to buy. In addition to
getting your shoes nnd hats at greatly
reduced prices, you ore given no matter
how small the purchase, one of their
certificate cards which in time will give
you the privilege of selecting free one
of their handsome presents which con
stats of . clocks, lamps, silverware,
chamber sets and rocking chairs. Head
their advertisement on page 3 of to
4n> Rifkafl liapkii His I‘iM
tall far Rtf lalatig sl.lO
That Mw Allege* Jaltav TsaL
I raws Mar la January.
Through b*r attorney*. HwM*tl aafi
K.«« afield. Mr* Karbari Laaspktn. of
ithla ftf, ba* filed aslt against Mr Kd
ward Col 11 as. tb* county jailer.
lib* all-fit a that Jailer ColUa* ba*
luo of bars taken from bar w bit* ab*
was a prisoner In tb* Jqji last January
Tb* case will be tr,«d fa lb* r.ty mort
nest November Tb* petition of Mr*
laimpklaa reads aa follow* -
fbe IVI It 100.
Tb* pet 11 to* of Rarbaet l-ampkln
Ft rat. Tbat Edward Collin*, a real
dent of aald remlf, la Indebted to b—r
in tb* sum of s4to. beside* interest
from February Ist, l*P*. In tb* man
ner hereinafter act forth and described.
Second Tbat in Janusry. ittsrtt, peti
tioner was confined aa a prisoner in
tb- jail of Rlrbmond eotmty and *va*
■ the owner of and bad Hi her poaaeaalon
I the sent rs fUU
| Third. Tbat the -aid Collins was at
I that time tbe Jailer in charge of tb*
I Jail a»d tbs prisoner* therein confined
| Fourth. That the mid Collin* learned
that petitioner bad this attm of money
[in her possession, and by the exetr'a*
[of kta power as the Jailer In charge of
i petitioner, defrauded her thereof and
loc k the same from her possession Into
l hi* own aod thereafter without author-
I tty turned said money over to some
parties having unfounded claims
again*! petitioner, all of which waa
done without b-r consent and agnlnat
| Fifth. That petitioner was discharged
I from Jail about February lat. 18*K. but
said Cdllnes ha* failed and refused to
return to her the said sum of $430 and
atfll fall* and refuses to do so. Where
fore petitioner prays:
la) That a process Isssnc to be di
rected to the said Edward Colllna, re
quiring hint to be and appear at the
next, the November term of 1898. of the
city court of Richmond county, to an
swer petitioner's complaint.
(b) That Judgment he rendered In
favor of petitioner against said Ed
ward Collins for the sum of $430 be
sides Interest. And petitioner will ever
Concluding trip of the
Central of Georgia Tybee
special will run next Sun
day, the 28th. This will
close tne season. Usual
rates and accommoda
The Views shown at l.ake View Still
The ktnetoacope will be In operation
at Lakeview tonight. Regardless of the
many times the views have been shown
the crowds nock to that popular resort
on every night that the views are
thrown on the canvass. If the weather
permits the usual number of people will
be on hand tonight.
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Rhodes Property Not Sold.
The Herald learns today that the re
port! <1 sale of the Rhodes property on
the corner of Brood and M -uiuuent
streets, to Mr. Mose Murphy, the store
occupied by Messrs. A. B, Saxon &
Bro., was a mistake. The negotiations
fell through and the sale was not con
summated, as reported to The Her
Bike Races In Aiken
The Aiken Bicycle and Athlefic as
sociation has decided to have a hike
meet on the 23rd of September. Some
substantial prizes will be offered.
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•batl fall t* c-wwtu* with *#»d r»t»*.
(f—ttv— tb*#* I* *otV4* nfbee * 'Oiet,' **f
*-w n tointahfn—at *hatt be adnvtetatered
I* a convict. **—p* IB ease* wber* it t*
r#«*o44*ld* awwasary t« -ttforr* diwt- >
ptine *f (4ttH work f* labor tiy row- j
4tcf*,“--<'.«l*. Tnl, 111 fi*r 1147
! Tb* cewaiy aattmettl « *h»lt de*l*n*t
la w riting *on»* par**>n. wbo ilnar *b*il |
IV. Tim* M>oe4*aed lor Good Behavior
‘ Prrwwt* having charge of chain- I
k—p. * N>ok In wltlrh *h*ll he -Birred
th* name* of tb* ronvtrta under thetr
r4»*rge. and. at tbe -ml of rack laboring
day. *h»H iwcord. np|M4*|t» in- name of j
h. hi* conduct during that day. and
abould tt apprar from thl* booh that
th* conduct of any 00* ha* h**n good, i
and that h* ha* b- r dlltg-nt to p*c. j
forming th* work a*«lgn-d to him. hla j
term of aervte* and ro#fia*m*at »hall j
Im *hurt*ned four day* in *ach month
for th* tlm* of **t»tenc*. M —Cod*. Vot.
Ilf. firr. lIM.
Th* attot»*y general role* on th
atiove statute that «tl e-nvlct* *r* entt
tlrd to thl* "good time,'' who»e r—-
ir rd *t the end of -#ch month aver
■; age* good, not perfect or *xceptlenal.
V. Other Camp Record*.
In addition to the record heretofore
! required, the peraon having rharge of
jthe chatngang shall keep a record of
j every puntahtnent intltet-d. giving th
j name of th- convict punlsh-d. the kind
of punishment indicted and the dat-
I thereof. H* shall also tieep a record
of th- dally rations taau-d. ami th
! clothing, shoes, hats, bedding and other
Each hunk shall he furnished with
one cotton tick of sufficient width and
iqngth for comfort, well filled with
clean straw.- or excelsior, with hlankets
and other covering sufficient for com
fort. Bed ticks must lie emptied, wash
ed and refilled with new sttaw at least
once every two months. Blankets must
he washed every two months, and both
thoroughly sunned or aired each week.
Sufficient facilities must be afforded
for bathing, and persons in charge must
see that each convict bathes thorough
ly once each week, ami has a complete
change of clean clothing. They ahull
also furnish suitable facilities for wash
ing face aud hands before each meal.
The following diet, well cooked and
served, must he furnished for each con
Corn bread without stint.
Wheat bread without stint three
meals each week.
Three-quarters of s pound of clear
side* per day.
fine pound of fresh beef, mutton or
pork twice each week.
Syrup or molasses three times per
Coffee, one cup for breakfast.
Salt pepper and vinegar without stint.
Vegetables In season three times each
Each convict who uses tobacco, which
fact shall lie ascertained when he is
received In the gang, shall be furnished
with at least three-quarters of a plug
of good sound tobacco, six inch fours,
or its equivalent each week.
Each convict must lie kept supplied
with at least two suits of uniform cot
ton stripes In summer, and two suits
(.(' woolen stripes in winter, exoeiit that,
one coat at a time shall be considered
sufficient, and sufficient underclothing
from October Ist to .May Ist. Garments
other than those worn at labor shall be
provided for sleeping purposes. Shoes,
hats and socks shall be furnished aa
X. Hours of I abor
The hours of labor shall be from sun
rise to sunset, with one hour for rest
and dinner at noon during the months
of November, I'eremh-r. January and
Eehruary: one and one-half hours dttr
|)fg March, April. September and Oeto-
I i*»#"j him! HMHF2 li**
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IMB Ii- »■ * Sft* 1 ’»t*
|*t«f J H, SekmoM •»** ret anted to
Mr Frank R«***y haa returned lo
[ Allan s
Mr A. B Ballard of Tamtm la *» «h#
Mr Otrwrg* T. Bar*** has r*tnra*d
Mr It C Hey ward of Walterboro is
in th* etty.
Mr. C. A. Kobaoo of Baltimor* tt at
Judge Calinwap left this morn ng for
i Wilke* county.
Mlas Alyaia Maxy*k la the guest of
Mr. Charles Rmal! \f New York Is at
i th* Art ngton.
Mr. Kobt. M Adams of 81. Louis I*
at tb* Planters.
Mr. O. H. Ha«r*4l of Louisville. Ky,
I* at the Arl.ngtoo
Mr. H. C. Puullam. a well known cot
tun man. of Athena, i* In town.
Mr- C. C Hannou and wife of Bain
bridge. Ga. are atupping at the Plan
Mr. Homer Nicholson, agent for the
Georgia road at Athena, Is In the city
Rev, P. H McMahon 1* spending a
few day* in the mountain* of North
\i, s. Kate Shrrwnd has returned
frem a visit to Mr*. Stephen T. Lee at
Mr*. L. Sylvester left ttx'.ay for An
napolis. where she will be the guest of
Mrs. John Chew.
Miss Margaret lx>ng. daughter of the
secretary of the navy, is a medical stu
dent al Johns Hopkins university.
M!*s Patunie Btgnon and Master
Charlie Bignon, who have been vltit
iug their litlln cousin. Miss Oille L«e,
at Hoogcs, have returned home.
The traveling public will lie pleased
to know of the Augusta Southern’s
Sunday schedule lo Tennllle and Inter
mediate points. Note their ad. else
Prof. Stephens Tucker will preach at
Curtis Baptist church at the 11 o'clock
service on Sunday. No services at
night. All are cordially invited to at
Mr. J. E. Ramey's friends are con
gratulating him today. There arrived
at his home this morning a beautiful
little girl. His fare is lighted with a
broad fatherly smile.
Persons wishing to take advantage
of the chpap rates and excellent sched
ules of the Augusta Southern to the
Richmond r unty campmeeting at
Grarev ood, o. ill find It to their Inter
est to note the schedules printed else
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To Populist Convention in Cincinnati
From This District.
The national populist convention
meets In Cincinnati on the 15,h of Sep
The delegates to the convention from
this district will be W. T. Fl.nt of
CrawfortJville. C. E. DJcflregov of War
ren! cm and S. D. Walton, colored, of
Tybee season closes next
Sunday, the 28th. Re
member the Gentral of
Georgia Sunday special
makes its last trip on that
date for the summer.
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I MHiiif 40 tfc*
nijii sis $ min*, ns tpctift
Svhnol fhrgtns *ep4.
I Tk* #rp#*int»nd*nt *«titj»ti*d hy
-ayln* that the arbool* would open on
Tknrnda). firpt »b-r ISth. wi tb* two
day of tb* f< maindtr o I tb* w**k
would be rhiefiy occupied by earoll-
Lm and other prelimw. ry afia.r* and
things would b# in good worktnfi or
der for Monday tb* i*th
I j a the 114th dtatrtrt radical change*
* , i „t ronaol
| Tb* trust*** bar* derided to abandon
ildtm being to have a few*r number but
In tb* 124th diairietr-* rural Metlon
,j-v. , r .mi|r4 first town.
r. hoots th re will now be but three,
and while th* number of fc!io’.*r» will
he lh> **me. lh* teacher* will be re
dyvvHi from aevm to five, ’l '*® puf
po«-» will be *ub#*rved by this «ctlon,
economy »nd better re*ult# with thl*
economy. Another fr»tur* of ’hi* cen-
Irsllintion or con«)lidatlnc. will b* th*
trsniportntion of the children from
their home* to and from school.
Net*- I n stand and Welt
Thi* I* the New England and the
Western plan, where it haa worked
surprisingly well, not alone for the
children, but for their parents sad eld
er* In a social way. Thl* transporta
tion or hauling of the scholar* wIU be
done by contract among the farmer*,
generally the posaesaors of aultabte ve
hicle*. and who, by this method, can
materially Increase their Income*. Thus
children of tender age*, and particular
ly the girls, are protected from the In
clemency of the weather, and are not
tired out upon arrival at school by
tramping from home* miles away.
The county will hear the expense of
thlo hauling and notwithstanding the
additional item will save money
through the smaller salary list-'
Fine School Houses.
Mr. Evans errke of the substantial
end fine brick school buildings which
the North and West have been able to
build by menus of this system snd
commented on tbe fact that in certain
sections the county school houses
were the c’ntre of all social, as well as
If this plan should be more general
ly adopted in the South, it was th»
opinion of the superintendent that far
better results would be achieved.
Tybee’s greatest season
will close next Sunday, the
28th. The Central of Geor
gia will have ample ac
commodations on its last
excursion of the season,
which will rtin on that
date. Usual rates.
A very difficult and dangerous oper
ation was recently performed by Drs.
Doughty and Allen at the Lamar hos
pital, on Fannie Shepard, a well known
colored woman. The operation was of
hysterectcmical nature and so deli
cate and tedious tbat the patient was
on the operating table for three hours.
She w now getting on very nicely and
every hope is entertained for her re
Miss Dicks will entertain a number
of friends with a dancing party th:s
evening in honor of Miss Alcla ila
zyck. ...... u .
IT IS TRUE
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“No. glr; 6&n't l*f on him.
(But o*’ii Wh H* • hnvt ©••!
John did not atom to have evor heard
of Nb ft*r
S*v«tar incra lnt*rrt>*ativ*# w*r* pot
to th* Elkntiago soldlar, who. among
i oUtar thing*. *atd h* b»d b**n thrae
i year* In th* r«*al*r army, at Santiago
had b*en umt*r Col. Jen*#, who is new
in .command at Camp Dy*r. and wa»
surprised to hear that tbe colonel waa
now stationed her*, and wish'd h* had
time to **e him. but n»* going to hi*
old home in Beaufort, S. C„ on th* af
Ho further said that be had been
slightly tick from malaria contracted
la Cuba, bad come to "Hong Kong"
Point <which tbe reporter construed as
Mon tank Point) by vessel and had ar
rived here on the Southern train this
morning. Also that his time with the
army had now expired and lie was glad
of it »» he bad seen enough of soldier
He termed a rrthor intelligent fel
low. and is a fine specimen of physical
He still had on his soldiers clothes,
which showed many sign of hard us
age In the Ct'bag <ampa:gn.
Several of the Camp Dyer soldiere
struck up on acquaintance with him
while he waited at the depot.
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TOO LATE FOK CLASSIFICATION
LOST-WEDNESDAY, BETWEEN a
and 7 o'clock, Lady's Green Enameled
Chatelaine Watch and Pin on Broad
way, between Mclntosh and Cummtng.
Finder rewarded. Return to Heiald.
TO RENT—CORNER BROAD AND
Center. Entrance on Center. No. 210.
5 rooms, with bath and conveniences.
Also on Center No. 214. 8 rooms, with
hath. Apply to Jno. D. Hahn, 506
Broad street. Sept 1
TO RENT—DESIRABLE ROOMS ON
Greene street. Single rooms or In
a suite. Apply 115 Jackson stieet. A 27
WANTED—A POSITION AS COACH
MAN. Good hosiler. Best of refer
ence. Apply J Elbert Scott, car,* Mr.
T. P. Doris, Summerville.
WANTED—POSITION BY LADY AS
stenographer and assistant bookkeep
ing and offitv work. Railroad work es
pecially desired. Address J. 8., care
H raid. Aug 30
A BUSINESS MAN OF EXPERI
ENCE and extensive business connec
tion is open for an engagement. Has
limited capital to invest in an approv
ed business. Address It. E. S., care
Herald. Aug 29
RETURN TO CAMP
r<|d. Br»M ata Hi* lira Lrft at
11# , laM ds4*4fM ll** ks aty I 4*4*4* d
.*l*4i to Mil Timm
bjel# famity mid fncxda g di t* m*#
p*rhxps It aant ta trvpL*' lands—xxtui
Thr H'vatd man paid a visit lo rh*
limiting o(Ar* Ibl* »<mtng. Ha
1 peered In th* door Tb* odor of for*.
: e nw ral. Th# bint clouds of < lgar*tta
t waft, hod disappear!d and • copy of
ron* Thing* were very, very quirt. A
few ra l>:ia*nt blank* lay tm th# t»-
t»t* to rem'nd rr# of r^rrnlttnw #,,,
With th* r*crult**a th*r* l*fl four
met). Among them was "Prlvat***
Jock Bnrrowa. H* nt off to Jcin ihn
i army and hi* familiar face sad Jovial
dlapcittlrm will greet ii* no mot*—
wt’l. fer a few months anvnray.
A f*w friend* of th" recruit* were at
the depot to see th*m off. but It waa
not like tbe time ls*t April when the**
brave boys first left here to go Into
camp. Then we knew not whether
our arLdfrra would r»turn to us. but
now It la differ »nt. The war I* over,
the Dm* have been defeated A few
more month* of camp life and we will
a#* 1 all of them again. Yea, they may
go to Porto Rico, but more than apt
Rut go or not. tb“y went at the exit
|of their country to face danger* they
j knew not of. Fortune favored them,
; they were willing, bt»i tt was not dca
tltsed tfiet they should bear the brunt
[of battle. A little skirmish yet with
[the Insurgent#, eh? Well,
A telegram from Surgeon Fry* of
McPherson Barracks, this morning,
j give* the gratifying and pleiaing lntal
i ligence that the condition of Corporal
| Lloyd L on. Second Georgia regiment,
; la greatly improved.
Special Schec’u e For
: Over the Augtiata Southern Railroad,
I commencing September 4th there will
■ be opcialed th* following schedule dur
ing Richmond Camp Meeting at
Trains leave Augusta for Graeeweoi:
At 9.15 a. m.; 10:15 a. m.; 2 p. m.;
t p. m.: 6:30 p. m.; 9:30 p. m.
Trains leave Grarewood for Augusta:
12 noon: 3 p. m.; 5:30 p. m.; 7:30 p.
m.: 11 o. m.
The running time between Augusta
and Oracewood !s 30 minutes.
Tickets for the round trip will tie
■ laced on sale at 25 cents. Positively
no tickets sold on the train. Tickets
can be secured froir* A rents.
JAS. IT. JACKW.I.'. Receiver.
Augusta Southern R. R
CHAS. W. JACKSON,
G. P. A.
Sunday Schedule on
the Augusta Southern
Commencing Sunday, Aug. 29th,
trains on the Augusta Southern will
leave Augusta on Sunday morning at
9:15 a. m.. reaching Tennlll" at 1:35 p.
m. Trains will leave T.-nnille at 5:30
a. m., reaching Augusta at 9:30 a. m.
This new Sunday schedule goes into ef
fect Sunday. Aug. 28th, and will he op
erative until further notice.
JAS. IT. JACKSON, Receiver,
Augusta Southern R. R.
CHAS. W. JACKSON,
G. P. A.
AUGUSTA, GA. _ ,