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Nicholas 11, Czar of Russia. Who Wants Peace for All the World
and for All Time.
THE COLORED PAINTERS.
Their Street Parade Hera on Labor
The entered painter*' union edit cel
ebrate Monday by a grand atrrei pa
rade and daaetng and (peaking at the
exposition building. l‘he line of march
t* aa folio**: From hall on Reynold*
atreei to Washington, Wa*hlngton to
Walker, up Walker to Ho leek, out
Kolloc k to Greene, down Greene to El
bert, cut Elberi to Broad, up Broad to
Koilci k. from whleh point they will
take cara to the exposition building.
The member* will be dresaed In white
ault*. rap* and »hoea. Carpenters and
bricklayer! have been Invited to takc
The following note* are from the
member* of the Brotherhood of Loco
E. 0. Ewins Is ngoln at the throttle,
after a p easant visit to the old folks
A. H. Perkins ha* returned from a
visit to relatives la Rockdale county,
and Is again at his post of duty.
G. P. West, R. A. O'Neal and L. J.
West,of Greensboro, has accepted posi
tions as flrrmen with the Georgia rail
SISTER MARY BERNARD.
The Arrangements Made This Morn
ing For the Funeral.
The funeral of Sister Mary Bernard,
rt.o died yesterday a St. Mary's con
vent. ill take place from the S's.era’
char«l at five o’clock this afternoon.
Ctying to the difficulty of gc.ting to
Stwnnah by rail, the Interment >vlll
be mace in Augus a. Requiem High
Ma-s was celebrated ai the Siglers’
Charel this morning, w.th Father Mc-
Mahan as celebrant. Father McMahon
dlccoursod hricfly on the life of the
deceased, taking as his text, Apoca
lypse. chanter XIV: v. 13: “Blessed
are Che dead who die in the Lord,
from hcnceno-c, with th© Spirit, (hat
they may rest from their labors, for
their works follow them."
TAKE WAGON 10CAHP.
Mr. Vic LeDoyen Operates a Wagon
Line to Camp Dyer.
Mr. Vic LeDoyen in now engaged in
the wagon transfer business between
the Monte Sano line terminus and the
camp at Murray Hill. He has a large
twj-boise wagon that makes a certain
number of trips a day between the
The frr.e is ten cents one way. The
officers, it is learned, do not patronize
the wagon line, but the soldiers fill
tbe vehicle every trip. Bandmaster
Verderr has a horse and buggy at
comp that will be used in conveying
tbe officers to and from camp.
ADVERTISING SPACE IS WORTH WHAT IT WILL BRING IN BRINGING BUYERS THE HERALD IS THE BEST.
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THE AUGUSTA HERALD.
DR. GOODRICH'S .TUSICALQ.
Ln|o>aUc lit ruing.* Spent By a
Coterie ut Vocalists.
j>r. K C. Onfxtfifh has for th* latt I
t hi*** Hiturdty t»«***ii pnltr* j
talning a sel-et party of hi* frl<-n<t* by
• series of delightful musical**.
J>r. Goodrich Is gifted, a* the Augusta |
public knows, with a magnificent ten
or voter. He has gathered at his home
on the evenings mentioned some of the
city's most excellent vocalists end In
Prof. John Wtefiai Mr. Feint, Mr
Battle and Mr. Ilov.irtl Tinsley, sil
of whom are entertslncis of no small
degree, when a musical program Is to
be rendered. The evening* would be
spent rendering the compositions of
various composers. |
Mr Battle's superb voice was hcHrd ,
in several solos, likewise Mr. Pehn's j
Prof. Wlegsnd's and Mr. Tinsley’s
playing was as delightful ns ever,
v The cotercl of .'rends who would gath
er are looking forward to another mu
sical evening with much pleasure.
Showers Predicted For Tonight and
Augusta, On., Bent. 3, 1898. —Office
located In I'nlted States government
building, telophone No. 1572.
Forecast for 3# hours ending 8 p. m.,
Sent. 1. 1898:
Washington forecast for South Car
olina— Partly cloudy weather tonight
Washington forecast for Georgia
Showers tonight and Sunday.
I,ocal forecast for Augusta and vi
cinity—Showers tonight and Sunday.
The pressure continues hirhest along
the South Atlantic coast .with an ex
ceedingly low hat meter over the north
west country, giving an unusual de
gree of heat to all the Northern states
from the Atlantic to and including the
Mississippi valley, all of which this
morning are far In the seventies, but j
the upper Rocky mountain region has
liecome markedly cooler.
Showers In the cotton belt during the
past 24 hours were principally confined
to the East Gulf and South Atlantic,
states, with Knoxville reporting 4.38
THE POLICEfIANjS CAT.
Tom, an Accomplished Feline That
Resides at Headquarters.
Tom Is the mascot around at police
Tom is a feline of a hrindle color, and
is us smart ns you please. For high
jumping. Tom can give a grey hound
points, and there are other accomplish
ments that this remarkable cat is pos
sessed of. One of the most amusing is
to watch Tom say his prayers. He will
sit on his hind legs and close his eyes.
Tom was pjeked up on the street by
one of the mien on the force about a
year ago, and’ has been living at bead
quarters since.'The officers have taught
the cat all kinds of tricks.
BLLFFTON BLOWN AWAY.
Frightful Work of the Storm at That
Charleston, 8. C., Sept. S. —A Beau
fort telegram to the News and Court -r
Beaufort, 8. C„ Sept. 2. —Special—
From a visitor to Bluffion this evening
i learn that tbe beautiful little town
was devastated by the late atorm,
more properly cyclone, that centered
there. The old Episcopal chruch. the
Church of tha Cross, was crushed in;
B. Gordon's home completely wracked;
Mrs, Henry Verdier'a residence sadly
('.rmollshed, Pats Brothers’ store and
worehouee# levelled, Dr. Walker's out
buildings prostrated to the ground and
dwelling house ruined, Dr. Pritchard's
house denuded of its piazzas and por
ticos nnd otherwise seriously damaged.
Col. Tom Martin's- beautiful bouse
terribly damaged, all treoa around h!»
gm-mls torn end twisted, and the
massive oaks that added to the aitrac-
Uons of the lovely village, with their
weird draperies of moss, were tom up
by the roots.
HOT TIMi S IN CHICAGO
The flercury Is Very High in the
Chicago, 111., Sept. S.—Should the
high temperature continue unbroken
until tomorrow morning, all Chicago's
heat record for the duration will have
been broken. Tha record today his
been five consecutive days with a max
imum temperature In the nineties. In
many places- work has been suspend
ed In the shoos, sml where men are
obliged to labor exposed to tile sun.
The suffering of the people In the ten
ement districts Is Intense. For extent
an 1 intensity of heat, the present hot
wave Is about as severe as anything
ever observed h;te by Prof. Cox of the
"It covers.” said he. "practically the
entire eountry east of the Rocky
mountains, and has ran as high as 102
above in Kansas, while in Huron, S.
D., there have been three successive
days cf 100 degree weather.”
Reports of fatalities and prostra
tions from the heat In the past twenty
four hours In Chicago showed one dead,
nine prostrated, recovery doubtful, and
thirty-one less seriously overcome.
REAL ESTATE RULING,
The Treasury Holds No Stamp Neces
sary on Certain Transaction.
'Washington, Sept. B.—The treasury
department holds that the article on
the agreement or contract for the sale
of real estate Is not subject to the
stamp tax unless it conveys some tight
to title. It is also held that the Inher
itance when consisting exclusively of
government bonds is subject to the tax
under the same condition ns money or
other personal property under section 23
of the war revenue act.
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Adjuf.nl Geoe-*I Corbin Mtd. when
ihn.ii theo* nnofffri.l aiaiiam ih.i
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the* *m murk below Ike »< Hud roof-,
Major Heilman rktaf flerk of th*)
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Mine th n* end nld that ibe mortality j
In tha Fifth army (Wf». tor inn am-.
w*» hem* Incwnaed by addlt.ona made
to tho record every day, an that any
flgurea *iven by Geo Shaft or. howev
er ariurale, under lhe elrrnnml.are*,
were not the actual record.
The Estimate* Made.
A war department official .aid II i
would only he fair lo add fitly per real
iin thene unofficial re porta Then* «*a
| Hat Ira .how that aboul 1300 have died
! from vartoti* dlaeaoea In the ramp ho»~
pitala. Klf.y per cent added would
*lve the approximate total of about
2,00 ft who have died in the ramp* from
which returns have been received. The.
medical department .tales that l.iw#,
' should be added lo this number.
Partial official re;urns have been re-j
1 reived from one-half the hospital*.;
i The medical department aaya that;
judrin* from these partial returns tho j
unofficial llal of 1300 dead in (he hoa-
I pitala. with 50 pel cent added for all |
' rarr.ps. ahould have at lcaat 1,000 mote
to complete the record. Title would ’
make the total who have died about j
3,000, and It la believed that the offi
cial returns will demonstrate this es
j tlmato to be accurate.
Nothin* Official as Yet.
Both Adjutant General Corbin and |
Surgeon General Sternberg said to ThCj
New York Journal, that the official re- i
ports would not bo in tor some days j
To officially estimate (he number of
the dead, Chief Clerk Heilman said,
would he au Impossibility at this
He cited the ease of the civil war.
Similar records for that war. he said,
wrte not obtainable until 1896. This
war has not lasted so long as did the
civil war, nor have as many men been
engaged. The compilation of the cas
ualty figures will be a much easier
matter. The department hopes soon to
have these official figures.
THEY ARE ALLIED.
Germany and England Have Surely
Gotten I ogether.
London, Sept. 3. The, Pall Mall
Gazette says It is satisfied a genera!
Angle-German agreement has been
reached. The paper adds it has veri
fied yesterday’s Information, and as an
instance where Germany’s support will
prove exceedingly useful points out
that the fall of Omdurmann will
change Great Britain's position in
Egypt, and that In the face of inevi
table French, and Russian resentment
“Germany will be useful, as an active
guarnultor of: our permanent occupa
Sweden in Line.
Stockholm, Sweden, Sept. 3. On
tho recommendation of the Swertlsh-
Norwegian council. King Oscar has no
tified the czaa of his acceptance of the
invitation to send delegates to peace
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CkkkaiMuga la RapWlv Being lit
srrtvd k) AoMlro.
I'h ramnuaa !»V*. 1 - Th. bead-
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i ton th* afl.rnoon. Manery A. Geor
*m light artillery, left for Gr'ffia Ihia
afternoon, and Ihe stgn.l rorpa left for
Chlramauna I* rapidly aMitmlng a
' deserted appearance. Only n few ra-
I gimenia art* left, and nearly all the
ramp followers have departed The
I lltil* town of Lyitle. which has been
one of the busiest place tn this aw
| Uon for four months, is getting bock
to Its normal condition. The Midway 1
' which was the scene of such turbu
; lence during the summer- is being
dime away with. The Ohfo hospital
train arrived ai ramp thia morning.
! it will leave for Columbua with sick
Ohio Volunteers tonight.
A BAD SION.
The River Being at a Standstill Bodes
“You say the river la one Inch lower (
! today than it was yesterday?”
“Then I must say that Is a bad j
I Kigu. I have seen the Cumberland river
url the same way and stay at a stand
still for 4* hours, and then rise over
Its banks for milea."
The abeve conversation was carried
on between b Herald reporter and a
well known gentleman of this cdy, thisj
The gentleman spoken of seemed to,
fear that the Savannah would get Into |
the city, from the way she was acting j
It will take a 38 foot river to throw
the stream in the city at present.
“lee BOYLE SHOT
Young Man Formerly In Postal Ser
vice and Well Known in Augusta.
A telegram Just received In Savan-,
nah states that Lee Boyle, son of Mr. j
T. W. Boyle, well known in Augusta,
has been shot and quite seriously hurt.
No further particulais are known. It
is not known where young Boyle was
shot or under what circumstances.
What with storm and fire, tho so
journers on Tybee Island have had an
uncomfortable time of it this year.
A religious sisterhood in Quebec
know as the Gray Sisteirs are famous
for tbelr wearing of rag carpeting.
Out of the first few mistakes which
one makes in life or in work one learns
to be more definite as to alms and ob
In England, there are hoi water ran
cets, where (be poor, by dropping in a
penny, can draw a pail of hot wa
Of Ihe six hundred young girls ad
mitted to the New frork Norma) school
the majority are said to be of foreign
Thete may be a country without a
literature— though we have not the
misfortune tn dwell in one,—but there
cannot be a literature without a coun
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Tkc President op a VIoM la Cam»
Camp Wlkoff Montauk Po nt Aept
;3, The president and aerrotary of
tear arrived at |;IA o clock. Major
Gearral Wheeler and staff greeted the
pteeldrm. General Alger and party m
the iioda* platform Outwde l.aso
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greet die commander of the Santiago
COLD WATER FEATHERSTONE.
Charges That Whiskey Was Shipped
Into South Carolina For Cam
Special to The Herald.
Columbia. 8. C., Sept. 3.—Prohibi
tion Candidate C. C. Featherstcme was \
here yeaterday and made a serious '
charge to a representative of The j
The cold water candidate who will I
wrestle with Gov. Ellerbe again for gu- j
bernatorlal honors says that the whts- I
key houses who ore supplying the dls- j
pensarles shipped liquor Into the state j
for election purposes. He charges that j
this liquor was used in the interest of j
certain dispensary candidates.
Mr. Featherstone ronttnued by say- I
Ing that If he should be elected govor- j
nor and the general assembly should J
see fit to let the dispensary system |
stand, it would lie his duty and pleas- !
ure to enforce the law and all others
to the best of his ability.
The Third Hospital Lraln Has Arrived
Philadelphia, Sept. 3.—The third hos
pital train from this city under the
auspices of the Medico Cblrurgical hos
pital, has arrived from Camp Muade,
with one hundred stek soldiers on
board, most of them suffering from ty
phoid fever, although a number are
down with malarial and other fevers.
None of the patients are believed to be
dangerously 111. Over three hundred
sick soldiers are now here. Among
them are ihe following from the second
Tt nnessee; 1,. Frazier, C. K. Dresden;
K I„ Hogg, Co .B, Aulon; Wm. Kemp,
Co. r>. Priest; Leonard ptggs, Co. C,
Raleigh; William Mays, Co. A, Nash
New York Futures.
Ne-w York, Sept. 3. Futures opened
October 6 - ss
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It was learned to day that two qr
three bankruptcy petitions would ,be
filed on Monday. The parties names ,
are not known yet.
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■4av *ta fwr **» Pv/naw«.
Waahmgto*. kept. I—A baHatlg
I j sawed by Ike war department lO
|dW} aimownetag tfca add 1 1 local ragt
mewta to He mwMrred owt of aaratoo.
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>,ll protooMUty few. If any. «tfcar
tn»,pa wt|l be raltaved from ffoty at
(tkla time. |
Tka orrsrrtxaltrids U br maatara# HI
an as follogtk*. rirat l’aM*4 s«Maa
j volunteer Infantry. Onlveaiao; Ninth
MaaMrhnaeita Infantry. Montauk; Bat
‘lorfta It. C and f>. nm Mnioe artil
lery. A agitata: mmgghuo A. 8... C. aod
|D. HoconA Washlnktoa volooteetra In
fantry, Vancouver Barraiks. Waahlns
ton: IHaiMel of Columbia Infantry;
First battalion Nevada infantry. Car
son City: Nwifh New York infantry.
Hiintavllla. Ala.; Third Now York In
fantry. Camp M“ad*. Fourteenth New
York Infantr/, HnlitgvlHa. Ata.; Sae
lond New Jrraay Infantry. Jaektonrllla.
Fig; FI rat aMaaachuaetts heavy artil
lery, North Plekering. Ma«a.
Slgulf leant Order
In eomteeilon kllh the order It tn
tdgnftlrwnt of the government Inten
tion to retain many volunteer iroopa
In aervlre that orders were iseued
lianaferrlog thirteen reglmelta from
their state ramp* to varloii* camps of
mobllixntion throughout the country.
It la undermood the order* are loaned
with a view to retention In service per
haps until next eprlng of the
'tlopx named In the order*. The regi
ments. Included In the orders are: the
i Third Georgia. Griffin. Ga.. to Jack
sonville, Fin.: Fifteenth Minnesota. St.
Paul <6 Camp Monde; Fourth New Jer
-1 sey. Seagirt to Camp Meade; Eighth
' Infnttfry (rrfyilat*). Fort Thomas to
Lexington; Fifth Massachusetts. South
Farmington to Ganig Monde; Thlrty
j fifth Michigan, Inland Havep to Camp
I Megde; Third <MU*!sslppl, Jackson,
Miss., to Lexington; Two Hundred and
; Hirst New York. Homestead (o Cnmp
'Merita Third North Carolina, Fort
Macon tii Khtfltvlllo; Fourth Knoxville,
f? Ky ?). JAxlnglon to Knoxville;
Thlfd Alihanik. Mobile to Jackson
ville; Third regiment United States en
gineers, Jefferson Barrack*,' Mo., to
Lexington, and, the First territorial
regiment from Tucson, Arizona, to
Lexington. , __
A Great Deal of Damage Done in
Knoxville, Sept. 3. There is con
siderable damage throughout East
Tennessee from the un.usually heavy
rains last night. The Tennessee river
is rising rapidly. All the railroads
have suffeied washouts. There was a
cloudburst at Concord and the lnrge .
flouring mill of J. H. Hackney la
washed away. The family of J. W.
Go! hard were rescued from the roof, as
it ivas floating away.
Secretary Gage Give Orders to See if
Law Is Being Complied With.
Washington, Sept. 3.-Secretary
Gageilias given Instructions to all bank
examiners to make such Inspections of
paper held by the hanks as will enable
the examiners to report whether the
recent warfffvenue act Is being or has
been complied with.
Sjiied From Ponce.
Ponce,•fcspitl&. —The U. S. trans
port Mississippi sailed this morning
1 for New York, having on board tha
I Pennsylvania cavalry and artillery.