Great Men's Heads.
H hi m»><! that Hon. W, K. Ol»dHon« »•
duirod m hat of fha tita 7 3*®, asactly *-or«i
Macau toy * fnoaauovmant.
wmmrn a No. 7, and Chart*# Oichan# raqutotwl
7 I *o. Hi# hat would have 0»on too #fn*il for
Thacfcary by half an inch, ts thatw dtuatriow#
mon livad in AugviK* thay would waar on#
of our Naw Fall Oathiaa.
"Our Broadway S 3 ®0
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brand, mad. for u*—|u*l th. rtdhl curva
of brim and ccwcoct h*l*hl* o* crown Tha
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Tha following corr*»ponrtenrr on in?
*t»bj*rt mplaln* *••**;
Aogttsta. o*,. An* «. I****
Col. D. B Dygr. Pre#id«m.
Augusta Rail**? Company
Poor #ir - I b<| n rail foor
lion to tha law «rv*t rail
way wnpum to furnish »t*pai»ta
transportation for wb’.ta P*«pl* •«">
ana run* Tha cntnansßloner* of tha
villa** of Sumroervlll* b*g that you
will give thla you* attmtlon ai onra,
aa tha matter ia especially urgent at
I hi* lime.
T. I, Hickman.
Chili man Police Com , V. 8.
T. I. Hickman K»q.,
Chin. Police Committee,
Village of Summerville.
My Dear Sir: l take pleasure In
acknowledging your even date here
with. In which you call m.v attention to
the law requiring street railway rom
paulea to furnlah separate transporta
tion for white people anil negro.w. In
reply 1 will alate that l kuow of no
•Belt law on the statute books, and will
thank you to point the same out to tne.
There la a law on the eiatute books
which permits «i« to »eqt passengers,
ell her while or colored, and thnt ia the
only law I have any knowledge of.
I am yours, very respectfully.
D. B. Dyer,
Col D It Dyer, President. Dear Sir:
In response to your favor of the 2t>th.
I herewith hand you extracts from the
Code of OtfOrgla. You will please
note that the law require* the con
ductors to separate the races (and UOt
allows, aa in your favor referred to).
In view of the fact lhal yon have such
heavy travel on ihc Hill line now. It
would lie no hardship for you to run
separate ears for whites and colored,
but In any event we shall expect you
to obey the law aa to the separation of
them. We shall thank you to assign
the whites to the front of (he open
Cara and the negroes to the rear,
which request ive are sure we will con
sider reasonable for obvious reasons.
T. 1. Hickman.
4 \ Chro. Police Com.. V. S.
Col. Dyer, when seen by a reporter,
laid that to pul a trailer on behind
rach Summerville car was simply out
of ibe question, but that the matter
could be easily solved In the following
While a trailer could not be hauled
up the Summerville grade. It could be
done on the Monte Sano line, and it
was his intenlion lo address a note to
day to Lt. Col. Withrow. Col. Jones be
ing absent from camp, ns commanding
officer of tbe regiment., suggesting that
an order be issued, instructing the
soldiers when coming to town, to use
the Monte Sano line, where each car
would have a tracer for their and
Thus the question would be solved,
and the additional disUjrtce as between
the Summerville aipt Monte Sano
lines would be trifling, possibly a
quarter of a mile*lurther.
SAD DEATH DF
ls« Wu HI Ytkitrta) »N ReJatim
Wtn Hj Hb SMt.
HU Death *mA4tm ••# ldsc«pe»t*4
Tl»* f wwevai.
Mr Prank Biumbow*. Augusta's well j
ku»**a srus*. died (set Bight *< hi*
to** «4i Walker at raw Mr War
■BIBS 4«Wth WBS V*»p SM *d*W Bad IIB* I
s* peeled, very few «f hto Ifewd.
knowing ikai Dm was eves Sick Mrs
gisMMßt *u visiting frleads la At-
yor several (toys Mr. Riatimon* had
keen rnmptalaing of fact s* badly and
has since Sunday been ronfined to «h*
house On yesterday, ha whs still j
sick, bat woo Id aot *v» to bed Mi*«
May Simmon* a young cousin, who
itskoe her home with Mr nod Mr*.,
HiT.ni'»». wss during Mia I* mmon*
absence in Atlanta staying with tha
fstnlly of Mr and Mra W P. I*arks.
ih* Istttr being Mv Simmons' sister,
and wss in the habit of going over to
the bouse ev4wy day to arrange for the
comfort of her kinsman.
He Was Suffering
Oa her daily trip yesterday, she
found Mr. Simmons apparently suffer
ing very much and did everything In
her power to prevail upon him to go
to bed and let her summons a physi
This he refused lo do. saying he wss
not sick enough. latter In the after
noon she returned, accompanied by
bis sister. Miss Nettle Simmons, and
again he was vainly urged to retire.
Finding that he would not be governed
by their wishes they lap to return af
ter supper with Mr. W. P. Park*, and
upon entering and making a light were
appalled at finding the lifeless body of
.Mr. Btmmona at the head of the stair*
In tbe upper halt.
Dr. Crane Called.
Dr. Crane of the city tv spiral wa*
railed In and upon examination It waa
found that life had been extinct for
probably fifteen minute*. Aa the
death waa so auddeu It was at first
thought (hat possibly he had acciden
tally taken an overdose of some pro
scribed remedy and that this had prov
ed fatal but no evidence of any drug
■'.as found save the almplost remedy
for stomach trouble. At the inquest
held today the Jury returned a verdict
that the deceased came to his death
from paralysis of the heart caused
from malignant malaria.
Mr. Sitrirvns waa a native Augustan
find was well and prominently known
aa an artist of merit and ability. He
leaves lo mourn his los sa wife, two
slaters and a brother, Mrs. W. F.
Parks, and Miss Nettle Simmons of
this city, and Mr, Joe Simmons of
Mra. Site mens arrived on the 2:20
train from Atlanta, and the funeral
will occur tomorrow morning at 11:30
o clock from the residence.
CAR OF SOLDIERS.
Men From Camp Thomas Pass
Through the City.
A sleeping car tilled with soldiers
from Camp Thomas, Chlckamauga, ar
rived hero on the ficorglii train at 2::*
o'clock today. The car was quickly
transferred from the Georgia to the
Coast Line train and the soldiers sped
Several men were not so sick, but
that they were able to walk about the
depot, during the short interval be
tween their arrival and departure.
Fifteen Lights Out.
There was « plague of darkness to
several portions of the city for a pe
riod of an hour and a half last night.
Fifteen electric lights were reported
out by policemen at headquarters.
The little one-year-old daughter of
C. B. Harman died yesterday at two
o'clock p. m„ and will he buried at
Lexington, S. C., this afternoon.
TTSf® JLTJOTJWrrjL HERALD.
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van a broad tolarm*d hat which pro
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n ghi arraetad by Off cara Hu t aad
Boh tor for "ihrowta* <to tottww." otbar
wta* for ptoylag rrapa Th* gam*
waa going oa la a pvtvat* koam ia
W*#t Cad fkr trio wer* hauled up
b*for* ill* treorder thla morning aad
all plead ao( guilty. When Judge
Baxter fnuad that tk* gam* bad torn
going oa la a private h< ua* he aald It
did aot com* trader hi* jwrtsdk-tioa.
and ao dUial***d tk* three, who wer*
*o overjoyed at gMttag off without a
fin* that th*y ram* near being arres
ted again for dianrdarljr conduct in
Birthday PtAy. Quit* an enjoya
ble blr.b'.ac party waa glv«n by Mr.
and Mra. 1., T, Moody to their little
daughter. Adept, ia honor of her tenth
birthday fteveral i»f Auguata'a tal
ented me* elans were present on* of
th* fealurea of the evening being ihe
singing of Miaa Nannie Jennings, a
llttl* mtaa who ia quit* popular, and
also several rootle aelertlon* by Mr.
Mitchell. Among those present of (he
Utile one* were: Mlases Beulah Mc-
Cann, Tlnie Dees, Amelia Reese, Mas
ters Robbie and Frank Ruaaell. and
Jo* Sehuufele. and many olhera.
Among (he older one* were: Mlases
Rosa Slonlker. Liule Jennings. Orli#
Deaa, Katie and Samantha Newman,
and Mamie Nunn. Messrs. John Rhe
ne.v. Will Bell, Y Jennlng*. B.
Smith. 8. Sargent, Ed Sheehan.. L.
Rambn. Miss Adel* proved herself an
Ideal hostess and all left wishing her
many happy returns of the bright
THE SENIOR OFFICER.
tlood Story of a Tenth Regiment Sen
try Who Knew All About It.
A good story is going the rounds this
morning as follows:
Several of the officers „f t f, e tenth
regiment spent Sunday afternoon in
town, and after supper donned their
mackintoshes and splashed their way
through the mud and rain back to
Arriving at the line the voice of a
negro sentry sung out—
“ Halt! Who goes iherp?"
"Officers of the regiment," was th#
"Advance, officers ob de reg'mont,
and gib do password."
One of the group of captain gave the
word, and they passed on to their tents
with the exception of the spokesman,
who was, possibly. In the mood for giv
ing Instructions, and consequently said
to the sentry—
"Do you know what you should have
said when we renlled that wo were of
ficers of the regiment?”
"No, »nh, I don't."
"W.*l! you should have said. ‘Ad
vance. Senior Officer, and give the pass
"All right, sah. I'll know da next
The captain thought he wouli} carry
the lesson a little farther, so he said
_“I>o you know What I meant by Se
Like a shot from his own gun came
the response—" Why, oh course, I does,
captain, yer meant t seen yet fust.”
20-year filled gold watches In ladles'
and gents sixes with Elgin or Wal
tham movement from $7.00 to $12.50.
Guarantees with each Watch at Lewis
.1. Si haul's, Reliable Pawnbroker on
When a man loses all faith in hu
manity il Is generally because he
blames some one woman.
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"II ia am mmmmrt f«r ara to indulge
is aa eulogy of Ik* Itomocrailr party "
rr-atwra# Mr Fogarty, "but t am **tii*-
j fird that Ik* gvsilemaa t«s h* womlna
tsd today to oa* that to **M gwalt#*#
|to represent tk* beat Inter**!# of th*
; prople of th* Rlgbteraih aematcuda*
<‘tstrict at th* a*xt meeting of th*
Judge Warren th n A 1 •>*'*#
that arocrdttig to the roMjrot agree
mrat t*f th* three counties, tbe gentte
rn a n aamed thla term by Jeff'moo waa
■ mte whom they toll aur* they had
made no tatotske to aetoctlng and one
who would look to the best Interests
of csr beautiful city.
"I cam* to yon, gentlemen " set#
he, "Hon. William Unto, of .t*#eraon "
Nominal ton Secoadtd.
Judge Roney aieonded toe noml na
tion and aald a tow complimentary
words regarding the rr,ndtd*t*. Mr.
William., of Glssrocjt. atoo had a few
worda of endorsement to any regard
ing tbe selection.
Hon. Wm. Little.
The chairman then appointed the
following gentlemen to escort the can
didate In and inform him of bla nomin
ation aa senator.
They retired lo another part of th*
! court house and soon returned with Mr.
I Utile, who entered the room stnSd
much applause. He was culled on for n
speech and said:
“Mr Chairman and Gentlemen of the
Committee: I h artlly thank you.
who represent the wisdom, Justice and
moderation of the Eigthcenib senator
ial district of Georgia, a district that
is noted for Its enterprise, Its splendid
school system and many other leading
features, for tendering me this nomina
"In response, let me any l accept the
same and will to my beet ability carry
out the trust Imposed In me.
"Let ns see that the Eighteenth sen
atorial district does the Democratic
party the hendaome thing by an over
whelming majority In the gubernato
"In conclusion, let me again thank
you for the honor conferred upon me.”
The New Committee.
The next business of the meeting
was the selecting of a new Eighteenth
district committee aa the present one’s
term of office expired today.
The representatives of each county of
the district combined together and
banded In tbe following name* to the
Richmond —E. W. Herman, D. G. Fo
garty, and H. C. Roney.
Jefferson —8. M. McNair and G. W.
Gleroock —J. W. P. Whitely.
The new committee differs from the
old one In point of numbers, being
composed of fewer representatives. The
old committee gave Richmond county
six representatives, Jefferson four, and
G!?-Voek two. The new committee
gives Richmond three, Jefferson two
and Glascock one.
Judge Warren extended thanks on
behalf of the visiting delegates to the
Augusta delegation for the cordial wel
come extended them while in the city.
The meeting adjourned sine die. The
delegates leave ibis fffternoon and to
night tor their honyeg.
After Dewey Is ;i l l 'in admiral tjie
country will still fw# ithat he ihmdrt
go higher in rank if Bijt were tbJr»il>«‘.
—St. Louis Globe-Democrat.
Tcaeier-tiot'hnle, >vfiat is no island?
body (K Tund surrounded
by battleships. ~~,
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A® fall apf»f%i**'A • f A# f®rtc# of mtrmm •
hat. to grating towra.
Elijah H<-*d m»4* a raff aw tbe tire '
laddies of No t Bußday.
J. B Waddell of North Carolina to j
■topping at the Planter*.
I P. A. Carter and K- V Perry of New
| Turk nr* at tbe Arlington.
1 J. W. Whitely and Herbert A. Wll
| ham* are at the Arlington
j Vm. J. Byrne*. Jr., of Philadelphia. !
| te *to|>ptng at the Arlington.
Mr. -touie* Mettowan he* returned
from a sojourn In Europe.
Mu- tyFrot■■»<-»( la nilllitfested In the
ttw jCnylor courtmarttal.
' W. V. wA- n and G. W. Kelley of
I l-outavtlle. G*.. are at the Arlington,
Mlae Marlon Carlton of Athena Is vta
jillng frienda and relative* tn Augusta.
The Augusta' Railway company la
| putting In a new switch on the east ,
'side of the Monument.
Miss Mary Campbell has returned j
from a pleasant visit to her sister, Mrs.
| Byron Holley, at Greenville. 8. C.
I Mr*. S. C. Plexotto, and Misses
, Miriam and Addle Plexotto have re- j
j turned from a visit to friends In Char
Miss Ays Marlons, one of Savannah's
most '’charming young ladles, is the
guest of Mrs. J. B. Strauss on Taylor
Master Clevle Skelton has returned
from a visit to his aunt. Mrs. P. V.
Mathews, of Willlston. S. C., after a
viait of six weeks.
Mr Dave Nashmsn. one nf Augusta's
most enterprising young men. Is mak
ing an extensive trip to the metropolis
and other leading cities.
On account of the inclement weather.
Miss Jessie Wall's to have
been given last evening at the Lakraide
Club, has been postponed indefinite^-.
Mr. T- R Maxwell left today for a
fortnight's visit to his native heath.
Alberton. N. C. He ts one of the most
prominent eltlxgbs of Augusta. A pleas
ant stay Is wished him.
It was learned today that the South
ern Railway company would shortly
—ln about two weeks—put on a solid
vestibule train between Augusta and
Washington. There will be no second
class fare on the ebov? train. It will
be a rolling palace of comfort and lux
ury for those who must travel and can
afford the price.
Surgeon General Terry’s Illness.
Albany, N. Y., Aug. 30—Surgeon Gen
eral Terry, of Gov. Black's staff. Is 111
In the Homoeopathic Hosnttal tn Utica,
as a result of his inspection of theUnl
ted states military comps tn the South.
He arrived in that olty on Sunday ev
ening. his condition necessitating thq
abandonment of his contemplated tour
of the camps in company with Gov.
Pure ether will remove oil stains
freni qlo-h coats. It must be first
poured fin a circle on the cloth outside
the stain and then on the stain itself,
which..will then disappear. If not.
successful the first time, it should be
repeated. _ j;cltgl -
A FEW FACTS
to ponder over. I
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Brief Skeirfe *f Hu ffi. Utile of
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a® it arrow. A Al nek hwri ernwH-rm*
Ihlf mhtu***fi. ftltAmicA Mr UMI I® Aul
147 year* old. a<M* to M* dtottoguished
i Hl* l*trn*t> at* chleffy agvt.u-* m *l.
Mst a nlaater. and h» la wniWtwl
tli* wealthiest roan la the county,
t egiatotive Experience
Mr. Uttte served ia th* legtalature
in l*K-M with M*»»ra Cummlng,
j Fleming and ftolvln of Richmond courn
-11 The following T**r he wa# defeated
by the ponultri ""mine*. He 1* chair
man of th* county democratic commit
tee and to perfect accord with th* par
ity'* platinrm. stale and national.
H* to •«« chairman of th. county
road* and revenue commute* of hla
county. » ,
trh*bg racnlpiTtothc northwc.t and
Hbcral carload, in Ch.cago. coaplcd
with low*r cable*. <aua*d th* *»»*
opening In wheat I'-hUy. bu: after dr-
S f-1 Of • cral below last nlffhf.
* prices, th.t* waa good * u Pf ort ’“ pi 7'
induced by th*' abort* covering and the
covering up of monthly codtracta
The following point, wit* today re
garding the cototn crop In their locai
* Chid well, Texaa—Worm, have de
stroyed ail prospect of a fall crop.
Graeeland. Texaa —The present ra
tomatc i. for half a crop if worms do
not destroy It. , . .
Austin, Texas.-Fiem* that looked
ruined a month ago are now heavily
West Point. Miss. Considerable
damage by r«in. causing shedding and
Boston. Ga.—Crop is very short, ow
ing to long spring drought and heavy
Eufala, Alg —Th* rredpra of new
cotton are far* behin dlast year.
Buckeye, La^;—Tbe recent rain* have
des roved the ent:r*b ottom crops and
eatelpillar* Else top crop. The crop in
this section is far behind last year.
London cab las that wheat cargoes
are dull; ou paean*# ffutotl, ’vMh hard
ly any demand ;ron An passage, qui
et and steads. J
The last three (lavs wheat receipts
in Liverpool were 142,000 bushels, of
which 52,000 are American.
Corn receipts 1,26,000.
Twenty active stocks declined 79-
100 yesterday, makhtg exactly one
point fal lln three days.
Bradstre©'. estimates an increase of
331,000 bushols in the world's visible
The fololwing. quotations, the clos
ing prices taken ot. 2:30 o'clock, are
over tbe special wires of Paine, Mur
phy & Co.:
WHEAT— Open. ClosT
September 64 64 3-8
December 61 7-8 62
May -63 7-S 64
December 30 1-4 30 1-2
Sopteurber 30 30 1-8
May 32 1-2 33 1-8
Septe tier 19 7-8 19 7-8
Mr.y 22 22 1-8
Scpterrber ". 8.85 B.
• Decent her ~..8.97 9.00
September T.. 5.-i 5.17
"0M miwi" P«b Oat ito Mu He
WmM Like t* tor t to®®
<bw *4 lb* i tost to mm a Stari I ******
#* > U*a* Owt *4 th, t rout*.
That* ta aaoth** trtkt* lb* rexuil
‘ •Mffarawd today, aad It. ro*. I* tra* «*4
1 1. ,a,| -|j Tk* aata* i utiw was ta
-1 krai <*|ik I hto Its! aa w.lh Ik* DM of
I veattrdar. Tk* llrkra •■••■•at*# *
I I k* (ollowlag mrxtauau a: wa tnl* tt-
I r» it* aunaurtwr* >a grrat rstatoft:
Ta tk* Kdtter of Tk* Hraatd Str
II vat!* Ngptt tkU tFkra to h* np>
I pint*# lur ctnMKil a* ta* bmi a Wet .oat
first Ward A M Marita,
tt* >ad War#— Hear.' M. Nortk.
Third War#— W. U. Nttoa
Fcwitk Ward J T. B»‘h**4L
Fif-k War!- Dr. i. P. Stttisk.
Thla ia tk* ttrkra ihat will wta an#
tarry dignity and weight with tt.
/ Old Cititea. *
It ta state# that Mr W. O, Boh lee.
n*te*l r<xt*t#ay la aot a resident of
. ‘he city, tie#* Just over th* lias aa#
living la Summer* 1 11*.
FUN Kit AL NOTICK.
THE KELATIVEB AND FHIRNM
»f Mr. and Mr*. FRANK K (HMMoNg
! »re requeatttd to attend tbe funeral
service* of tbe former from hla lata
j r atorace. No. HI Walker atreal. TO»
kORRaW, Aug Hat. at 1*:1B a. m
NOTICE TO CREDITOR*.
i In United State* Court for the Southern
District nf Georgia Northeastern Dt
vtaloa—ln the matter of Mai.ua
Baum HaOk riiot
ALL THE CREDITORS OF MARCUS
Baum, who ha* been adjudged bank*
nipt, on hla own petition, are hereby
notified that a flrat meeting of them
la called at my office In Dyer Budd
ing. Augusta, Oa , <>n TYTWDAT,
*TH BFPTKMRER. I*»*, at II o’clock
a. m., at which they shall prove their
claim*, appoint a trustee and do alt
other matter* a* prescribed by Act
of Congre** cf July Ist, Id*, estab
lishing a uniform system of bankrupt*
cy throughout the United Stxtea.
JOS OANAHL. Referee.
Augusta, Ga., Aug. 9, 1896.
TOO LATE FOR CLASSIFICATION
WANTED—Board by young man and
wife after October. Address K, P O.
[ Box &!».
FOR RENT—DESIRABLE REBID
ENCE. No. 1008 Reynolds street. All
modem convenience*. Apply No. 1007
Reynolds. Sept 4
WANTED—To sell second-hand refrig
erator. capacity 400 pounds. Addresd
C. care Herald office.
TAKEN UP AT NORTH AUGUSTA--
A medium alxe Jersey cow. with right
! horn broken off. Color black, light sun
beam sides, stomach light. Owner can
recover by proving sama affd paging
damages and expenses. H. O. Hughes.
; Sept 1 ;
I FOR SALE CHEAP—AN EVA PORAT
! ING cam- mill. Apply or »at* -41
j Walker street. Sent 4 j
December 5.25 5.2 T
September 5 30 ;
October “.30 5.35
NEW YORK COTTON.
January 5.64 5.M5
! March 5 72. 5.76
May 5.79 5.83
j August 5.49 —•
! September 5.50 5.63
; October 5.55 5.57
November .. .. ... 5.57 4-6®
December 5.61 5..*
Tone—Steady. Midiins 5 3-8.
January and February, 3.09 08 3.08 ;
February and March 3.09 3.09
March and April .. .. 3.10 19
April and May 3.11 3.10 11
May and .Time 3.12 3.1 J 12
July and Aug 3.14 3.13 14
Aug. and Sept 3.13 3.12 13
Sept, and C-ct 3.11 3 10
Oct. and Nov 3.09 3.08 09
Nov. and Dec 3.09 08 3.08
Dec. and Jan 3.09 08 3.08
Middling In Augusta today !. .. 5 3-4
Sa.es in Augusta today 245
| Receipts in Augusta today . 378146
Stock on hand in Augusta today . 3795