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W. H. BARRETT. Raxwt*ar.
Tl# Broadw«>. /Dgu*» OA.
HOT WRITE IT.
Rtpntlialf* •*« Letter Credited To
Wu Not 5o Iffu.lv a In hU Uratl
Now York. Sept. 1. —A letter to
ni.ul* public to Washington on Aug
13 aqO printed In the Sun. moon* oth
*r newspaper*. on Aug. 34, In which
Admiral Orvera w»» made to txpraaa
gratitude tor tht treatment he had re
ceived Hi the United States Now he
wrttea to the Courrler de» Etata-Unla
of this Htv Buying that the letter was
cot wrltt|n by him. Hta letter la **
*- ■ —“Anna polls. A tip OT, 1898
"To the Editor:
"In No. 200 of your Journal, bearing
the dath of today, I IWul an article en
titled, 'A letter from Admiral Car
vers,’ which la Incorrect, because I
have never written aueli a letter.
"I would be very much obliged to
you If you would kindly let me know
the name and address of the person In
Washington who reqplved the letter,
which was not front me. In order that
! may let him know that he has been
the vletlm of a deception, I do not
know with what object. If you will be
good enough to do this I shall be very
grateful to you.
"Accept, sir, etc., Psterna I Cervcra."
Bucklen’s Arnica Salve.
|| THE BEST HALVE in the world for
Cuts, Pulses, Sores, fleers, Balt
Rheum, Fever Bores, Tetter, Chapped
Hands, Chilblains. Coma, and all Skin
Eruptions and positively eures Piles,
or no pay required. It Is guaranteed to
give perfect satisfaction or money re
funded. Price 25 cents per box. FOR
SALE BY HOWARD A TVILLET.
The Monroe Doctrine still holds good
—but the Dewey doctrine is obtaining
a very firm place by Us side In popular
Before purchasing a pistol or gun,
call on me- I can save you money. Lew
is J. Schaul, Pawnbroker on Jackson
street, established IS9O.
ROUGH RIDER. 1
Hi* Dwell b Amm**4 fleo Rlrl
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H« t* A— to Trtampb le MU W*M lor Orryf—.
laat, hot for aome reason the news of
bis death wa# withheld until today.
Woodson was found la a vacant bouse
In a delirious condlllon In a auburb of
Richmond, toon attar bis command left
bers. He had a hi*h fever and was ta
ken to the hospital. What t*d him to
tbs plsee whers he wa* found Is not
known, though It has sinew become
known that he had relatlvea In Rich
mond and Petersoom. asid It Is prob.
oble that he was making hla way to
thoae here when ho became uncon
Young Woodson was o direct do
scendsnt of a former archblstiof of
York fn his reins flowed the bloold
of the Orlfflns, Beverley*. Randolphs.
Joneses, Epes and Blands. The re
mains were carried to the home of h*a
parents, near Washington, from which
the funeral took place. Young Wood
son's parents are well known and
prominent people In Washington. They
have a home known as "Palisade Man
sion." Owing to the failure to com
munlcat# with his parents, they were
not with him when he died.*
The relatlvea of young Woodson
kept the fact of hla Illness
n secret because they feared he was a
deserter from the army and would be
shot. I Alter It was learned that he was
not a deserter, but wandered away In
his dellr'um brought on by fever.
To Cure a Cold In One Day
Take Laxative Rromo Quinine Ta'Jets.
All druggists refund the money If It
fnlls to cure. 25c, The genuine has L.
B. Q. on each tablet.
KIQKED TO DEATHI
Tragedy In Which a Young r\an host
Unnililln. Oa„ Sept. I.—Mrs. Eliza
Crumple?, an aged lady living near this
plnee. was burled here Saturday.
John Alabrooks, an 18-year-old boy
who was raised a few miles from here,
was kicked to death by a mule at
Mcßeu last week.
Attorneys I). A. R. Crum and J. .T.
Jeter have instituted suit against the
Georgia Southern and Florida railroad
for 325.000 damage in the rase of the
killing of Mr. 1,. G. Pattlshall by said
road on the 21st Inst.
Cotton Is coming In very freely and
Is finding ready sale at 4 ; >i and 4 7 *
When ou- school building Is com
pleted we will have one to be proud of.
Only steel lined and burglar proof
safes used! Money loan. <1 on anything
of value at a low rath of Interest. Wa
tethury alarm cloiks, T» cents. Lewis
J.. Schaub Iteliahie Pawnbroker.
We Have Made War
And slaughtered prices on Trunks.
Trunks made by expert Trunk-makers.
Sold at Manufacturers’ prices. Trunk
Factory, 843 Broad, Bell 'Phone 2181.
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mation he stopped paying him.
Upon this Bsterhasy began to change
front Immediately. He suddenly over
whelmed Brhwartshoppe*i with the
most valuable revelations. He had
become a spy Indeed. Soon afterward
he deceived the French army autbori
tie and delivered all aorta of secret
documents Into the hands of Srbwartn
koppen. for which he received In all
about 100,000 mark*.
SHOT TO KILL.
neaara. Powell and Kerly In a Gun
Cordele, On.. Sept, I. What may
prove to be a fatal affray to two men
was enacted In this city on laat Friday
From the best Information obtaina
ble. the trouble la as follows: Mr. S.
Powell. It seems, was somewhat under
the Influence of drink, when Mr. John
Kelly undertook to get him home, and
Mr. Powell, for some cause unknown,
became enraged and began fighting,
striking with bis pistol, knocking
Kelly down and getting on him. At
this Junction It seems both parlies got
up and began shooting as fast as (hey
could pull triggers, the result being
that Powell wna struck with three
balls, while Kiely caught (wo. Powell
was hit once In the head, the ball
glancing round, making only a scalp
wound: once In the left wrist, the bill
penetrating the arm to (he elbow,
emerging from the limb at this point.
The third entered the body Just below
the ribs on the right side and ranging
to the left. This ball bas not yet been
Kell? was struck In the right side
naar the groin and the ball ranged
dawnwutd: and once in the thigh, the
latter only a flesh wound. Mr. Pow
ell is reported to be In a critical con
dition and Mr. Kelly Is dead. Mr. Kei
ly's father and mother arrived In the
city Saturday afternoon, accompanied
by Dr. Niles, their family physician, to
attend their wounded son.
Apples for Beauty.
The legend that Paris awarded the
apple to Venus and declared her to be
the most beautiful of the daughters of
Olympus shows that the ancients knewl
what they wore about when they made
the apple the emblem of beauty. It
Is certainly the greatest beautifler
known to science. A noted Paris
specialist says a woman who eats threei
or four apples a day cannot ho. ugly.
’Eho apple acts on the liver, gives a
beautiful complexion and Is most fat
Things are actually what they seem
—about one tithe In a hundred.
The floor walker says the girl in
charge of the gtovV department Is a
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THIS ARMORS® CR4II>*R CRISTOBAL COLON.
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department's deMston td give up the
raising of the t'olpo, h# cabled the
government to remind the order. He
sa.va If the govern went won't b.v k
him he will ask the people for *500,000
In subscriptions to carry on the work.
Gen. Toral sails for Spaiu. praising
our so’dders as h« departs.’ Two thous
and and two hundred troops unbark
for Spain The Twenty-third Kansas
has arrived. The Second battalion of
Fifth regulars has embarked.
A Clever Trick.
It eertalnly lortks like It. but there Is
really no trick about It. Anybody can
try It who has Lame Back and Weak
Kidneys, Malaria or riervoua troubles.
We mean he can cure himself right
away by taking Klectrlr Bitters. This
medicine tonea up the whole ayatem,
•rts as a stimulant t® Liver and Kid
ney*. Is a blood purtfler and nerve ton
ic, It cures Constipation. Headache.
Flaming Spells. Sleeplessness and Mel
ancholy. It Is purely vegetable, a mild
laxative and restores the system t« Its
natural vigor. Tty Blecttle Bitters and
lx- convinced that theV are a miracle
worker. Every bottle guaranteed. Only
r.oe a bottle at Howard & Wlllet's drug
Mr. Sturmatf*a School
fl*hc sixth annual session of Stur
man's Preparatory School oßeus Octo
The school has made a splendid rep
utation. and the romlng season offers
the same careful and systematic course
ot instruction that has so well pleas»d
Us patrons. Mr. Wm. H. Sturman will
bo glad to talk over the course with
any parties interested.
Rain Has Played Havoc With Their
Lovett, Ga , Sept. t.-Owing to three
days of continued and heavy rains
th<ye will not be half the cctton crop
The cotton Is rottiagUn the fields ana
the, farmers tare disheartened, ns they,:
cannot pick the cotton-out.. We had
tlitfee days of nice vj»ather*)ast week
and about thirty-five Miles of nice cot-’
u<3 wa* sold here, but if the rain eon
(jwEßl much move tWSßrops will be cut
sUiWslngly short, jisimilar reports'
cott&Ttoin many othjraections.
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him. Thia letter, it iwwm*. Neurb got
bold of. a* he came to town and met
Panto. They went to Dan is v Me.
where Neucb lived with the intention
of moving Neuch'* furniture to thia
Panto wa* seen t * DanisvlUe, where
he packed up Neuch'a things, hut tbe
husband was not there. He waa seen
nfter the furniture waa packed going
over the river at or near Danlsvllle.
with Paato. The men started down
toward Parkersburg, seven miles, and
Netich waa next seen at the Lltlle Ka
nawha railroad landing, on the lower
side, several hour* later . and Paato
was not with him. Five shots were
heard by several persons an hour or
two before Neuch'a appearance above
The shot* appeared to come ft om a
point agreeing with tbe locality at
which Paste s body was found by the
merest aerldent by several boys who
were wandering about the. woods near
After fihief Heaton had investigated
the ground and tbe content* of Pas o's
clothing, ho came to town and atreited
Neuch, who was found in bed. Neuch
denies Killing Pasto. Tbe coronpr's
jury had » long "st of witnesses. Sev
eral tefilfied they had read a letter
which had been written by Pasto to
Mrs. Neuch, which Neuch had taken
from hear by force In the letter Pas
to states that he “loves her better than
life; that he can neither sleep, eat nor
rest, away from her. and begs her to
come to Parketsburg to be near him."
These witnesses testified that Neuch
was enraged when be read the letter,
and swor he would kill Pasto. Other
witnesses testified to having seen
Neuch and Paslo cross the river, and
that Neuch came back alone and run
ning shortly afterward. Mis. Neuch,
Who was present., appeared to be ut
terly Indifferent to the fate of her hus
band or lover. The jury rendered a
verdict that Pasto came to his death
at the hands of John Neuch. - Neuch
-was refused bail and will be,.given a
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Bear* the _^ lhe Kiwi You Haw AIWJ.S Bought
I Those \vhtr"ko down to the .sea In
Ups should.,?*® that the jdiips do not
;down wittO&ein. i
CUT THIS OUT
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Wrtf your A«ivwrtta#n—nf on IM* Mftntt. *nelCMf
amount »■—waafy to K» **" *» tnftny inf r
tion* «t you n*nt. *rvd w<th«f moll or
mho It to THE HERALD
in tna ai *h At a at so ai t*
Pttaf* infft tl.w •ovortifmont wrdton
t—low lima* In your "WANT" column*,
for wh»ch you will find wnck»**d • oanta
■an—m——a—a— amm* —' mm mpHi—ft—mi r«—imuiiii
SIC M HIM
(WMN— »—P4.«—4 r
Kale*: SsJr'C "SOftK :~rr: f3^%
* «p ftw tk— I* •
ONE CENT A WORD.
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• sttafai ti<*W. «•*#*« *•#•
IWAXTIU Is gtnojt AS HOUCK-
I Q|Hl* nr lalSft* Jin* >»<*.. WM
I f*«rf» fHf *•** 1
WANTED-UDBtTION At) NURKC <*R
j rnnk. Asm ttimouasa. »«•* Twlgga
*ty*al A*r- t
W A NTBTV P* mHTION Afl WAS K
•r h use work Apply «l» Jacks— R.
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iIITt'ATIoN WANT!® BY fOt'lW
lady tt bookkeeper of latter copy let
Ad lo se O. M . Herald. Bept 1
WANTED—UORITIOJf BT YOUNG
man as h«*»kkaepet or aktpplkg clerk
Complete business coueae, tea jre*ra
expert*-nee a a shipping clerk in Angus
-.a Adikrw J- H. Fender. IVrfctk*
Man after urine Co. *ept *
A YOI'NO LAI»T THAT HAD HAD
experience ns »»lesl»dr In millinery.
•ad fine dry g**o4a more, alao aa type
writer. wanta a pool I ton In atnre nr <*f
flee to assist In tu nkkseplkg. typewrtt
,n* or any work of the kind Address
Miss J. cate J. H rear*. «» »"*■»
WANTEJV-HOY TU ATTEND TO
ho race. Apply *ls Telfair atreat.
WANTED—A SMART. RKWPWTA
BLE white girl to tiurae child of live
years and asalxt with aewlng. A poly
M Greene atreet. Sept I
~ FOR SALE
CREAM—CREAM AT 24 JACKSON *T.
FOR BAI.E— ONE FIRST CLASS
motor. Good as new. 500 voltage.
Speed 2500. Type W M. No. 31. Ad
dreea Motor, care Herald.
913 M'INTOSH STREET FOR SALE
-$1,500 Kents for *15.00 per month.
Apply at once. Clarence E. Clark. 88!
Broad. 801,1 1
FOR SALE - LADY'S PHAETON,
very light, ortglhal price 1150. now 100.
Call early. 549 Broad street. Sept I
SEVERAL FINE MILCH COWS AND
alao several fine beef cowe for Kale.
Apply J. H Carmichael, May avenue
and Wdndlawn. 801,1 *
WANTED To sell second-hand refrig
erator. capacity 400 pounds. AddTc**
C. care Herald-'Office.
FOR SALE CHEAP-AN evaporat
ing cane mill. Apply or write 347
Walker street. 8
FOR UENT-THAT LARGE AND DE
SIRABLE store No. 744 Broad »treot.
Under Masonic hall. Apply to W. C.
Jones, 706 Broad street. Sept 1
FOR RENT—7-ROOM DWELLING
HOUSE 1257 Greeeie, with modern
improvement*. Rent reasonable. Apply
1J56 Ellis. Septl t
TO RENT—RESIDENCE 1224 AND 1231
Ellis, with all modern ‘ conveniences.
Apply 1026 Broad street. Sept 1
FOR RENT—DESIRABLE RESID
ENCE, No. 1008 Reynolds street. All
modem conveniences. Apply No. 1007
Reynolds. Sept 4
FOR RENT—ONE OH TWO LARGE
cool rooms furnished. Most central lo
cation In the city. J- E. Degs, 918 1-2
FOR RENT—SEVERAL NICE COM
FORTABLE dwellings, wtth all the
modem improvements on Greene and
Telfair street. Apply 3. H. ProntUut,
626 Broad street. Sept 9.
FOR RENT—STORE lls'D FIXTURES
corner Calhoun and ChMoming Stfehts.
Good standi Apply on premises.
Sept l ""V
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I Center »>tranee on C«ut*r, No. 31#.
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Broad untt. Orpt 1
LOST AND FOU ND
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LOST OR STRAYED LAST WEDNES
DAY Dun rulnrod row. with horka.
* bite ap*>t in face. Finder will be re
warded by returning to Mr*. W J.
Cooney, 142# Brand • I reel. Bept I
TAKEN I P AT NORTH AUGUSTA
A medium alee Jrrary row. with right
horn broken oil. Oder Mack, tight sun
beam aides, atomaik light. Onner run
recover by proving autue and payikg
damages and eaponae*. H. Q. Hughe-.
BTRAYED TRiiM MY HOUSE, COE
NER T, Stair and Elbert, about a
week ago. a Jet black New FonodlX nrl
puppy, about * month* old. Reward f-r
her. L A. Gat del le Bept *
FOUND—A GOLD KNIGHTB TEM
PLAR badge. Owner can get aamt
by paying reward and advetdaement.
Apply Herald Office. Sept 2
BOARDERS WANTED AT 7» TEL
FAIR atreet. Will furnish rooms and
meals on reasonable terms. Beptl
SHORTHAND AND TYPEWRITING
nnly 15 0# per month at Osborne's
I Buxine** college. Monday, Wednesday
and Friday, at night. Come or cal! at
once. Greet demend for stenographers.
June 17 ts
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WANTFD-A FRONT DOWSTAIRS
bedroom with board. Telfair or
Greene. Ac'dress 951 Reynold*. Aug 31
Notice Public Schools.
THE PUBLIC SCHOOLS OF THE
City of Augusta will open THURS
DAY MORNING. SEPTEMBER 15th.
at NINE O'CLOCK New pupil* are
required to attend the school* of the
ward In which they reside. The prin
cipals of the schools will be present
at their respective hullding* Mon
day, Tuesday and Wednesday, pre
ceding the opening of the achools,
from 9 to 12 o’clock, for the purpose
of examining and grading new pu
pils. Pupils will he enrolled In the or
der of their application. The Normal
Class for White Teachers will meet
at Tubman High School. Wednesday
afternoon, September 14th at 4 o’clock.
By order of the Board.
LAWTON B. EVANS, Secretary.
Sturmnn’s Preparatory School.
THE SIXTH ANNUAL SESSION OF
this -school will commence on
MONDAY. OCTOBER 3d at 9 a. m.
Special pains and thorough instruct
tlon given to each pupil. For full par
ticulars call oh or address at 1248 El
-■•.'ll WM. H. STURMAN, A. M.,
7 Per Ct $500,000 7 Per Ct
FOREIGN CAPITALISTS WIIL
LOAN HALF. A MILLIOI? DOLLAFS
on realty In Augusta, Ga. Terms 7
per cent. For further Information sit
their attorney at law, P. J. SulUvai,
Es., or Mr. P. G. Burum.