Great Men’s heads.
It to Hint Mon* w. t. Ol»<l*tow *•*
qutmd • h#« of %*• U»a 7 0-0, •*•««* Ux*
MMtuity'* mtaMftmtnl. P»wc*e< W*i+*
mmmtn * No. 7, and Chart** D.ck*n* r*»iuir«U f
7 | *o* Hit hat would hav* u*n too *man for
Tbarkery by half an inch. If thaa* »llu»triou*
man Hvad In Au#u*ta thay would waar on«
of our Naw Pall Dorbtaa.
Uur Broadway S3JJ
Thaa* ar* th* propar Mala our own
brand* made for u*- |u*t th* right curv*
of brim and corract height* of crown The
naw style* ar* all her* wa want you to ***
Ittrmiiic Flfim m A*f**<*»
RrrripU tad Stork.
fir **" *• «“ l-**** 4
tT - opcatau y***K»lkHi la
Ths coitoa yet tloa** u>4*f •* *
a'akrrk . . __
tIM |tt r»Uo* jraar Wi“ “•*'
»»*. tapt. !• ,
tie sea year la know* a* tfc* mortta
at ttM-n _ .
iunit view* lha «*“»• boeia***
at lb# *a*t anh **»•. lha f»r«re •»'«•
•qulpmeat la Ik la *•««» »«• »‘' h
lb, grand ora lsi*irovwJ warabowss#.
Die eoaaertMK plaiformn. ike rail fn
cllHte*. <be io»(ir««* and capital
pra. U<-ally wit bom limit. mak* It the
boat Interior enttoa market In the
Wot prodtirora In (06 Iwrtlorp
eeai to th'.* etty, A u curt a la certainly
the beat point.
Tbe proof of (bia la In the receipt a
and the farmer* know it,
H*ber price* are paid bare than at
A glance at tbe quotations In tb* dif
ferent cities will show thi*.
Tb# receipt* of Auguata tor the »*"•-
aon ending today are tbe largest In tbe
history of the city.
One ctrcumstany# that ha* contrib
uted to tbl* reeiilt i* the cotnprc** pur
It l* Itated that one compress ha*
aetrenty-flee buyers, scattered through
out the country, on Ha pay roll. An
other feature to be observed In the fol
lowing figures la the fact that th#
price today la the lowest at which any
season has opened, or rather the price
will be so tomorrow.
Price* of Cotton on Aug. Ji
In one or two fol
lowing table* August 31 ha* come on
Sunday, and In the* erases the figure*
are for Saturday, August 30. The prices
are tor middling cotton In Augusta
on the 31st of August, (or years
188* 9 5-8
I**9 10 l ift
. I*9o 9 34
1891 7 3-4
1893 7 3-4
1883 .’.7 3-16
1894 6 1-4
1896 7 7-8
1896 .. .. 7 1-8
1897 7 3-8
1898 5 3-4
Receipts Different Years.
The following are the receipts in Au
gusta on August 31, since September 1
of preceding year:
1891 ~..v 268,093
Stocks on Aug 31.
The following are the stocks In Au
gusta ou the 31st of August of each
I 1898 3G02
Little One’s Death.
The sympathy of many friends Is ex
tended to Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Pogue on
the death of their infant daughter
Mary. The little one was only one
year old and was the light and life of
ner fond parents* hearts. The funeral
occurs at 3:30 this afternoon from the
residence on Turpin Hill.
THE CITIZENS OOT EVEN.
; Aw* Hade lbs Ticks* Wkf Paws MU
k Mtk IW keep MU Job.
Tb* ticket well Is was ot ik# ail-y
I*V maims# u *o4*4 to* h»# t#c.*lltty
land BStrilUsgae#* to aroem modal# p#t
| rows of Ike roaff, ssys Ik# Chicago
I<h run tele, fsvrrti bwallsew* sees wkw
I b#v# toe* stifcrcd from Sts rudeness
I Uetrrmijud sot leal #go to g#t eves
’ with kirn. Tbl* Is bow they did It.
I White ike first of tbe rossplratorm,
I appro* bed lb* tyrant * wtsdow dor
I tag Ike rash boar sad pre—led slB
! wit is pay me at for bt# 5-ccat fare.
Tb# t > rest chuckled a# he paeaed oat
low silver dollars sad a lot of small
WSHe bad ao sooner bars served
itbaa Black a pep* red. * Iliac k also pre
-1 sealed a|i Mil. lie also gut weighted
' dona with allver and tbe ticket seller
: winked at tbe guard os tbe outside to
'show him bow be *err«d patron* that
j wanted Mg MU* changed.
! Next la order cam* Brown with aa
;other V. ThW time tbe miplpy of sti
ver had run out, and, much to his dt»-
1 gnat, tbe fiend was obliged to make
; change In btlla. Then came Gray with
I another. He bad to take four halve*,
I three quarters, ten dimes and the rest
In petrol*#. By tbla time tbe ticket
seller was getting worried. Tb* office
•as being cleaned ottl of It* apart
change. The other customers looked
on with amused smiles.
Thing# wcreJUHl getting interest Inn
when Green shoved hi* w#y forward
with a ten dollar bill. The ticket sell
ar protesti'd. Green Insisted. Ho must
either get his change or a free ride.
By thla time a crowd of would-be pas
senger* had gathered behind. Catching
th# spirit o ft he game, each produced
the largest bill he rould find In his
pocket* »nd offered It at the window.
Change not being forthcoming a riot
ensued and they clambered over the
turnstile and hoarded the next train.
Every newcomer that came along got
a free ride until the man at the win
dow. by sending out and pawning his
watch, was able to securs a new aupply
WILL WE EXHIBIT?
Agricultural Hachlnery at the Nation
al Exhibition In Turin, Italy.
The Italian government has commun
icated to the government of the United
States ami the secretary of agriculture
has been officially requested to give
publicity to the tact that during the
National Exhibition to he held at Tu
rin, an (International concour.se of en
gines and machines for tbe distillation
of grounds and dregs of pressed grapes
and wine will take place from the 15th
to the 31st of October, tinder the aus
pices of the "Royal Office of Agricul
ture, Industry and Commerce." The
engines and machines offered for ex
hibition must he simply constructed,
capable of being moved through the
fields with facility, and easily worked
and managed, even by workmen taken
from among ordinary fanners or peas
The prizes consist of one gold and
two silver medals and will be awarded
by a special jury committee.
Exhibitors will bo required to pay
carriage and shipping expenses both
for their machines and workmen to and
Applications for admission to the
Exhibition, besides containing descrip
tions of the machines, must also state
their length, height and breadth, and
quantity and kind of fuel needed for
Engines which have received prizes
at other exhibitions will be admitted,
but cannot obtain a new prize unless
they can show some important Im
provement, and provided that, the new
prize is superior to those which they
have received at preceding exhibitions.
Each machine or engine must be
managed by Its constructor or legal
New York Futures.
New York. Aug. .It.—Futures opened
steady at the decline. Sept. 5.45: Oct.
5.52: Nov. 5.56; Dee.. 6.58: Jan. 5.62:
Feb. 5.65; March 5.69; April 5.73; May
5.77; June 5.50. ~ „ ~; .
TS*® JkXJO'DBTA M®RJOXJD.
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Istrong am. Jtr. Test is sxgeMetaeed t*|
I real salat# Mr. Malvolaa it a pro
• east** and •»-!« **•• basin#* »**
Mod# a Big CoatraM Befor# r#-
turning to A«ffu« • last aiffbi C.pt
; B B Parrell of tb# Auffosts Omeut
i Gravel rompsay made a large rtmtraet
with the Caotral railway rampany to
j furnish tb# railr-wd ta Savannah with
thousands of yards of Ike popular
I gravel for mad work. Tbe rsttroaff
I <*lll use tb# gravel la Improving <h*
i walk along tta wharves sa<l wareMuia
en, and la fixing np tbe paths 111 the
yard. Capt. I’u reel I < oold not (ell ex-
I setly aa yat how mark gravel tb* con
tract calls for. hat be any* It will he *
tdg order and <■*<■ which ht* company
| will appreciate and set to work at
loa-a to fill - Savannah Prtaa.
Savannah Mllttary. Two colored
I military rotnpanle* will arrive hero
ifrcoi Savannah next Monday and
| spend Ihe day, the guests of the Au-
I gusts coloead battalion. The romps*
| nice coming are the INwavt City Light
| Infantry and the Savaonah Light In
fantry. Along with the military men
will come a large number of rltlxeo*
from the city at the other end of the
Savannah river. The Augurs compa
nies will entertain tbe visitors royal
ly and both battalions will parade the
streets In the afternoon. The Sa
vannah companies tiaioug to the first
battalion ami the Augusta companies
the third battalion.
Revere Cut*.—Mr Joe Peterson, s
young nephedi of Mr. Joe Johansen, re
ceived a severe and painful accident
last night, while trying to open a glass
fruit jar. The top had been screwed
down so tightly that Mr. Peterson was
ob’iged to put considerable strength
In it to unfasten It and In his efforts
the entire top of the Jar broke off and;
his arm came with full force against!
the broken glass. A deep, raxor-llke
gash was made extending arross the
Inner part of his wrist, completely
severing the the entire set of artcrie
tendons and nerve. Dr. E. C. Good
rich was called In and gave Immediate
medical attention, delicately and skill
fully ligating the severed a'.tere and
muscles. Mr. Peterson Is today resting
quietly and It Is hoped that no bad re
sults will come from hls accident.
Death of Jlrs. Dennis
The many friends of Dr. and Mrs.
John B. Dennis will be grieved to hear
of the death of the latter, which occur
red last night at her home, No. 531
Mrs. Dennte had only been sick for
a few days and her death, which was
caused from heart trouble, is a great
shock to her friends. Mrs. Dennis waa
a devoted member of the First Christ
ian church, a woman of great piety,
and a most lovable Christlau character.
She lenves to mour her loss her hus
band and two children. Mr. John Den
nis and Mrs. Jordan Bottom, to whom
is extended the sympathy or many sor
The funeral services will be held to
morrow afternoon at 4:30 o’clock from
Death of Hr.*."Cunningham.
Mr. Cornelius Cunningham died last
night at his home. No. 1413 Silcox
street. Mr. Cunningham was cne of the
city employes and a man of many
friends. The funeral service will lte
held, this afternoon from the Sacred
Heart church and will be attended by
the Ancient Order of lllbeAttans, of
which he was a member. The follow
ing gentlemen will act as pallbearers:
Messrs. Dave Graham, James Devers.
Dan Beechnor, Dan Cornell, James Mc-
Donald and Owens Lyons.
Taraseon is going \o show Its grat
itude to the creator of Ta:taiin by
erecting a statue of Alphonse Daudet
on one of its squares. ~ , , . ~
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Un4 *9 10 *. m UaUr th* ftxurr* were
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Ido a h!t of dareagt to corn In the low j
J The rerathrr indication*, as ofllrlallr |
! statrd Rftt
Thr storm on th* roast ipprars to
9k* still lorated Hi til# vie.'nlt) of Pa
| vaiiAsh, hot roporta are mlreiDs this |
jmu*rina from si! stations on tar At-i
j lifltk sooth of Cturlraton.
Thr highest wind wlotitf at Char- 1
Irston, In the' past 34 hours was 44
I mi Ire. from (hr aouthrast. while at 9
o’clcrk this morning the vrlorlty was
1 31 miles from (hr rast and raiding. *
Thp duration of th« storm In Its
jprrernf location reil thirdly occupy thr
! whole day and by Thursday morning
I will have moved up the Atlsntlr. j
High tempera' prevail this ro«rn-|
, lug c-ver the middle and eastern half of
I the cowitry. wtyl* « marked fall has,
j oceurrenl In South flabrtta and West- j
30-year filled gold watches In ladles’
and gents’ else* with Elgin or Wal
tham movement from *7 00 to |]2 5«, i
Guarantees with each watch at Lewis
J, Rehaul’a, Reliable Pawnbroker on
A Soldier’s Keepsake.
Out of the rain and darkness.
Dear loved forms arise;
Youthful loves of long ago,
With their radiant eye*.
Tonight in my tent I alt dreaming
* Of the long dead happy days.
Some of them mournful, pathetic.
Float down loved memory’s way.
I take from out my knapsack,
A few treasured letters old.
With the subtle perfume of wild olive
Scenting their every fold.
Heart’s-ease I used to rail her.
With her eyes of pansy blue.
With her sun-kissed looks so golden.
Yes she wrote me these letters true.
This jewelled heart-shaped pendant.
Was given hy rosc-bpped Nell.
Such eyes! amber hued In the sunlight;
In shadow, as deep as a well.
If 1 could have loved as she loved
Sometimes 1 long with a sigh.
For the day of my last long dreaming
When I by her side can lie.
What memories cling round this rib
Silken krvt of fergetmenot blue,
Eyes like dusk starlight shining.
Fair being of fire and dew.
One night ’neath the silvery moonlight,
She kissed me and hade me forget.
And of all she seemeth the dearest,
For that heartache ’bides \\6th me
—BERTIE EMERSON TARVER.
PROCEEDINGS ILI EGAL.
They Have Been Set Aside by the
Secretary of War.
Washington. D. C., Aug. SI.— I The
secretary of war, on the reeommenda
tlohjof Judge Advocate .General l.ieher,
declared Illegal and set aside the pro
ceedings of the general courtmartia!
convened by th > brigadier general on
the steamer China at sea on June 13.
General Gieene then took command of
the second detarhmoul of the Philip
pine expedition. Tb* teen tried were
privates, and their oftTfees were minor.
General Greene's detachment had not
been dsignated as a "si-parute brigade,"
and the courtmartia! T therefore, is ille-
D 9 |S »,,g, e- .y t\[ fikwron ht gs I
a M Mar a of fitbastTrti AC (a
Harry T, TMtsst of Be taker* I* at s
Dr* J M My re kes r>f nra* 4 fnwa
K H Van iMyeb of t.va* »*—* . g;
I Mr* W il Biatb* tetartk#4 ta Ms ;
M«a# Host# and Ml#* OaaaS# Tall are
Mis* Elisa G Gthhee rvtnravg Irraa
lAt la#la yev.rrday
D *. A'tat— Mag!- Will viaH frleads
laertftf— Kit i— u (hi. >n (la
lad the In ra ctisrr, a I
| guest of Mr# Tboaas* AMwariA
A. H. Janes sad J. A. Oates of North
r«voilM am at Ike Plaster*
H. C. Perhtaa and H. 8. Ford of
| Loots\,lHe are goeets at Abe Plant* r*
H. A. Mallia sad 8 C. Dovta of
I Atlanta, ar# guest* at tbe Planters Mt-
W H. 8 Mao nr. W T. Mis, sad J. K
| Poster, of Citariettoa. ar* tt tb# Plan - j
Mr* K M Avertll and tw® ehi’dron I
| of Bt, Lou t . Mo., sr# at tbe Arling-
K Stork and T. G. leskr of New l
[ York are stopping at the Planter* to-,
Miss Lottie Pilcher, who I* visit,n*
I frlen.’* at Eatonton, la exported home'
W. J. O’Dell. M L. Byrk and 0.l
E. Dickerson, of Savannah, are at (be
Mrs. Kste Pollard has returned from
n visit to Mr*. Kyaa Otlrs. at Bla k-,
vllle, 8. C.
Mr*. E. C. Goodrich and Mias Ger-J
trod# Shepard are expected from 8a- j
luria thla afternoon.
Mrs. John T. Coates has returned
from Augusta, where she has been for
route time —Macon New#.
Mis* Norma Brtnion will en'ertatn ‘
her friends thla afternoon with • mu-.
nival at her home In Woodlown.
Col. W E. Jones and bis two sons. 1
Mr. W. W. Jones and Mr. 8. C Jones,
of Waynesboro, Ga.. are at the Arling
Miss Sadie Mann of Mitledgevlile.
who has been the guest of Miss Rosa
Koppcll, will retifru home this after
Mr. Fred Speth’s condition is thought
to be slightly Improved today. This
■vill be welcome news to his hosts of
Mr. W. E. Arthurs, a prominent cot
ton man of Augusta, has accepted a
position with a North Carolina firm,
with headquarters at Wilmington.
A Good Atlas.
A handy companion to the news,
these days, la the new Herald Atlas,
published by Rand. McNally & Co., of
Chicago. It contains sixteen pages of
colored maps, among them Cuba and
Havana harbor, the West Indies, Spain
and Portugal, the Philippines and Chi
na and North America. This atlas has
the best collection of war maps that
wc have seen. It would not be con
founded with the small cheap atlases
sold at the stores. Can tie obtained only
from The Augusta Herald. Price JO
LEAVING THE CAHP.
Companies Leaving Chkkamauga for
Chlckamauga, Ga., Aug. 31.—The
eighth New York leaves for New Yorlt;
the third Pennsylvania for Anniston:
and the second Nebraska for Omaha to
morrow. Seven batteries of light ar
tillery leave for home Friday and Sat
urday. Grigsby's Rough Riders will
probably go Saturday. No regiments
left today. Gov. Black, of New York,
after thoroughly investigating the con
dition of the camp, loft today for
Huntsville, and from there he will go
The Vessel Arrived at Montauk Point
New York, Avig. 31.—The transport
Allegheny arrived at Montauk today.
1 having on board 500 men oi the ninth
Massachusetts and the remainder of
the first Illinois. It sailed, from 3an
‘tlago Aug. 23. The hospital aeromme
dation is still unequal to the demand,
and last night 150 sick soldiers had to
lie upon the floor.
Paris, Tex. Worms are doing dam
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ml I*ret or Blotcn W# all fiilt hrd
l in md <n* « himh) 4ay*o work «nd o*4
a gee d dinner I t<-l them my aecret
I and w# went in th# branch. Yoa ran
imagine our surpris * when we saw th#
I-nah- as big aa a saw log with a bulge j
in the middle aa big as a sugar barrel.
! Well, to make a long story short, we
t killed the snake and cut him open and
my friend’s horse tumtded out. Wc
!th cight jb- horse was dead until It
rnemc* id to move, and he soon ran
I around all right snd my friend rode
| him home. I have heard a great deal
; sbont horse hair snakes, and this Is the
! only Inatanee I know of where a horse
waa swallowed alive by a hair from hla
SAILLD FROM PONCE.
Ships of War on Their Way to Home
Washington. D. C., Aug. 31 —The
navy department received a cablegram
from ft nre this morning announcing
that the Puritan. Amphitrlfc, Terror.
Hannlhel and Montgomery sailed from
Ponce this morning. They go to New
port, R. I. The main ohjeet ls to get
the crews of the vessels away from the
tropical climate. The ettisens of New -
port have been making efforts to get
the navy department to rendezvous the
larger vessels in the navy at Newport.
The department could not do this, hut
agreed to send some smaller types.
Pillows and n.strcsses for ship bunks
are being made of rubber or other wa
terproof material In a number of sep
arate sections and Infioted. the differ
ent sections having lln»s attached
which can be used for life saving.
THE RELATIVES AND FRIENDS
of Dr. John Dennis and family ara
requested to attend the funeral ser
vices of MRS. HANNAH DENNIS,
' from their residence. 534 Reynolds
street. TOMORROW (Thursday) AF
TERNOON, at 4:30 o’clock.
TOO LATE FOR CLASSIFICATION
TO RENT SEVERAL LARGE
ROOMS In one of the most desirable
locations on Greene street. Will rent
to gentlemen or to family. W. S.
Gardner. 115 Jackson street. Oct 1
WANTED—A POSITION AS COOK
on the Hill or in the city. Can give
satisfaction. Address 839 Second ave
nue. Sept 1
WANTED—A FRONT DOWSTAIRS
bedroom with boartl. Tetfafr or
Gfc-ne. Add)ess 951 Reynolds, Aug 31
WANTED—POSITION AS HCtTSE
GIRL or nurse. Lizzie Jackson. 531
Lqwis sti Sept I
WANTED—POSITION AS NTRSE OR
cook. Annie Simmons. 1489 Twiggs
street, ’S#!* 1
WANTED—A SMART. RESPECTA
BLE white girl to nurse child of five
years and assist with sewing. Apply
605 Greene street. Sept 1
Vkftl lN Pr*tMat* Did, Witt
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Uroutug U*f Mi C#i>#n fitH
Wheat. I# dawn a frortMl t eSafi ##tr#
»' Me# doi 6 #t th# fwen> >#**# *•
any use# t«»*r, Aug M WBIJM
<* we of in# <<dt»n traff# y*v.
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December <•** *’4
October 5 »
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March * » a 71
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September s J f®
! October 5 ’ H
November 5 5 ’ ,®
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NEW YORK COTTON*.
B. R. T 64% 61j
Metropolitan 149 151%
I Sugar .. l«% }«H
Tobacco .. •• •• •• 145 *
A. M. S. - 14
(• .B. Q. HT 116 7 i
'Cklgatq'lht* 106 % 107,i
ij. C. .... MH
: L. & N ‘.. •• 56 7 « 55>l
i Manhattan 96*4 WU
Omaha 84'a *4'»
. Union Pacific ~ 34% 34t4
Rock Island .. 105% 105'4
Rubber 44 **'b
St. Paul US*
S R. Q 3634 5614
i M r eslern Union 9454 94^
'January and February 3.07 3.07
February and March .. 3.08 3.08
! March and April 3 fl B 09
April and May 3.10 3.09 10
; May and June 3.10
| July and Aug 3.12 3.12
Aug. and Sept 3.12 •• 1-
Sept. and Oct 3.09 3.09
Oct. and Nov 3.08 3.0, 0*
Nov. and Dec 3.0, 3.0,
Dec. and Jan 3.07 3.07
Middling today In Augusta
Sales in Augusta today
Receipts in Augusta today .. ..
Receipts to date in Augusta .. 3,3507
Stock on hand in Augusta today ..
1895 1897 189*
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Savannah 151 tt- i<»
Chaileston 48 ~
Norfolk 1 30 ■
Philar’. fiphia .... 180
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