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aarti* n* at th* anmattma roaat gorta.
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It la *tg#«‘t#«t th# ataruarkm of Ha
aana will mm# leaf, aa tk* large Upas- |
l»b latatna'a there «Hi 4ouhtt**a mak*
th# Npaalah etemenl cor# inwlpte gs
their atar at tka capital
Only One Ooeetlon to CenaMrr.
If tka Commtaakm roalirar It a 41a
rnation to tka lima and glare of atar
naiion >1 la fait that Ike nork will t*
ci m*iaratl»*ly brief Hut the fear tn j
that the ggatOah rommlartooera will
reek to bring up the guesttoa of the
future gorarameut of Caba. the pay
■sent of lbe Cuban drill, th# .mmunity
of guaemtaaat renerrai t<«4 fort#
prlauna. #*#., from forfeiture to th# :
Damn fra tee the right of the Sjianlah 1
troop* to carry their artna an 4 alto to;
remora heavy orilnan e
I'nder tn# rlmim>tanrea It la felt 1
among off,vial* that the Amrrlrnn
Coirtrlualonei» are likely to make It
clear at the ootaet that they are there
to arrange the place and time of evac
uation. nnd not to lake up the manl-j
fold queatlon* of the future of Cuba,
with which Spain will have no con
cern once the evacuation l» accom
plished. Much will depend upon the
Inrtruetlooa the elate denart- i
■rent baa given lo the Commas loner*
Ml (t la believed three guard again*
prnciaatinatlon and an endle»a diplo
matic wrangle over collateral ‘*-
The Paris Commission.
The Atner.ran caw to be pr**g«ntad
at Pari* ia b«ln* made up at the state
depart'rent. This necessitates. the
collection of an ltjimr use mass cf de
tailed information, covering every
phase of jh« war. Some uouble has
been eiperletirert ia. preparing the
case fcy the llniled amount of money
available to tho state depart .neat for
v-ork of Ibis unusual charaeter. An
invitation has been received from the
French line of steamers, running from
New York to Havre, to take the en
tire American Commission and Us
ataft to Paris and return, free of coat.
This offer, however, came after the
Commission had made other arrange
ments. and the invitation had to be de
The name of Commodore Bradford.
Chief of the Naval Bureau of Equip
ment. is being mentioned among
those of the par-.y likely to go to
Paris. Commodore Bradford has
charge of the coaling of our naval ves
sels. the establishment of coaling sta
tions. etc., and his advice will be val
uable in settling questions of new coal
ing stations. It is understood that
the Commission intends to limit its
military and naval staff to one officer
from each branch, which is thought
to be rather meagre for a bod” which
will be called upon to observe much
ceremony at the French capital. U. i
Stafford is also mentioned as '.he naval
attache in case Commodore Bradford
does not wish to go. Lt. Stafford is
strongly recommended. He speaks
French and Spanish and has bad much
experience in Spanish countries, hav-1
ing be'fi assigned to duty in South i
American countries in connection with ,
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t„ adtnu Ik* bluer trwik. wkfrh aaya
ib*« an eml ant be pat to tka war j
•Th*n aenae of responsibility #n*atl
td by tk* grtllMnary g*nra asgotia
'i.<na kna wrigkad gwac baay'*y rm th*
r > -ram of Notntthataading It hilt
pprarlaiad Its doty toward th* man
try the goeeenment ha* had tn can
sent tn then# preliminary negotiation#
~4 to kow to tk* cruel mrrl•<#* im
I «#d by *keer secraatiy. for thla rwa
#on. and because pane# must be pur
chafed at tka cant of tarfttory and the
abandrmaant of #c#er#tgs right* the
gc v< mm*n. haa thought M empedisat to
•oimd lit* Ccrtea before coaeludteg the
trmty. the mtlgcatioa of whk-h wtll he
duly notlled to both chamber* la aa-
Vordanra with coa*t!tut!c*al law.
"The gos: ramrat whom modeeaie
t*ngi-age will not be fousd fault with
by th? representative# of th# aatlcu,
limit# itself ir aubmluiag lo the Carte*
the fol'owlßg hill wheat trat aod only
“ The government la autborlaed lo
rmcuncp right* of *over#igaty and lo j
rede wrrlutry In Ihr Spanish coWnlee
In ereonlanre with tbr peace prellmln
arleu agreed iipfMi with tb# goveetiniml ,
of the I'alt.'d State* of Amsrlcu'" j
The Time* remnpondent **y* the
hill I* signed by all (be mtnlater*.
Mr. Janie* K yerrel. of Burnt I
House. W Va . ha* dlwaubd *ll other j
dlarrho* medicine# and now handl#* |
only Chamberlain'* Colic, Cholera and ‘
DtarrhoM Itemedy H* h«* U##d It In
hi* family and *old It to hi* cuatomer* 1
for year*, and ha* an hesitation In i
saying that It la th# best remedy for i
colic and dlarrh.**. he ha* ever known
It not only give# relief, but effect* a
permanent cure It I* *l*o ple»**nt and ,
•are to take, making It an Ideal rermvly
for bowel qomplalnt* F»r sale by Al
esnnder Drug * Seed Co.. Parr of Bell
Tower Drug Store.
TO WED A NOORO
Haggle Woods’ Trip Across the Srs
to This Country
j New York, Bep|. 10.— Maggie Wood,
a comely young Scotch woman, be
came acquainted Avlth Martin Hamil
ton, a coal black American negro, while
Hamilton was Isiardlng In Glasgow at
the home of Maggie * aist.-r. about five
months ago. Hamilton was working
.for an American asphalt company He
■la a straight-featured, intelligent ne
gro, without a suspicion of white blood.
The young woman grew fond of Humll-
I ten and he fell in love with h -f. He
asked her to marry him and she said
she would. He returned ty hi* home at
',ll South Eighteenth street, Philadel
phia. and kept up a- correspondence
with Maggi”. He sent her money and
1 she sailed two week* ago for this port
on the steamship Mongolian, which ar
Commissioner of Immigration Fltchie
was surprised to see Hamilton at the
Barge offlcW waiting to meet his white
sweetheart. The young woman declar
ed that she had come here to marry
Hamilton, for whom she had thrown
over two Scotchmen, and that she In
tended to do so. if there was no law
against it. She was told that it was
not customary in America for white
folkts and black folk* to marry. Sir
said that she did not see why she
should he prevented from marrying the
man of her choice. Hamilton said he
regarded himself’as good as nine white
men out of tm, and thought he would
!«• a better husband to Maggie than
many white men were ,to thfdr wives.
„ Commbsirnet Fitchie decided to de
tain* Maggie temporarily and let the
sppeial hoard of inquiry investigate the
ca*e. Meanwhile a Presbyterian clergy
man will talk .with the young woman
and try to perguado her that she should
not marry a negro. -
It is a nice, point to deterntlne be
forehand what Is inevitable.
|5 AN AUGUSTAN
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f*natty w#«t awt ta Atatsawaa t* r*atd»
T*»» g#ngnrty a* Murray tIHI aaa *atd
ta * party uaaa>4 taster and after-
I a srd* a. #4 by them ta tk* fallaer *f
Mr Hal f Moan#. «* Ifct* Mty M>
Hal tt«o#» kkstKel tk* land sad *>44
tt ta Mr K J cyCnwiww.akaa a*»a own*
,it IMraaae to my. Mr M»or* • famny
■pa 4 a*-IHer taa4 trakwacttoea that r*gl*
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n * M,
r#m#d The family Mr. Peter
' Hsrty. the grgndfsthrr "t Miss, Jones,
who • married to (Mmt
: WMcltr. bought thf pmpol ty |i«tM
un the On*w river from Mr. H P.
I Moore's (i mi<l fithrr Thr rlrcuniiillii ■
*«r» that ar* connected with thr Moorr
1 family and thr Wheelvr family are ra
thrr cotlh Urfelal.
The Wheeler Road
The rally thing about Augusta that
I now hear* thr numr of thr family of
(the dlatlngulahed general la a mad that
'rune by Murray Hill eallrd thr Whrvlrr
jltoad When fSrnrral Whrrlrr iva* do
ing service In the Confederal o army,
'an Augustan, who was In the ranks
and who had not seen the general sm«e
he had left Augusta, met the rommnit
d*-r one day and got Into conversation
I with him. The uffleer was ever ready
to talk with any man In the ranks. Th.-
private did not think the general would
remember Augusta, so be said. "Gene
rml. did you not oner live In Rlehmoitd
county. Georgia?" ■'Richmond county!"
exclaimed the general, "why, man. that
Is my old stamping ground " Then a
long conversation ensued regarding the
I general's old home. General Wheeler
'had a brother, William Wheeler, who
1 was raised here, and who went to the
war (civil war) In Walker’s brigade.
Judge Snead, who Uvea a few miles
from the city on the Charleston and
Western Carolina railroad, went to
aehribl with the general's brother.
Father f urled Here
As near as ran be learned, Geiferal
Wheeler left here ats.ul a year prior
to the eivll war. His father must have
been brought back here for Interment,
nr. perhaps, did not go out to Alabama.
The H»rald reporter's Infmmant Was
not certain on that point.
Wheel r Is Our Own.
The fact Is extremely Interesting that
a regiment of soldiers should camp on
the spot where the first home of our
gallant general was located. Augusta
ran claim General Joseph A. Wheeler
as her very own. Mr. Hal Moore saw
General Whe ler In Alabama a few
years ago and Indulged In'a pleasant
talk with him. The old Confederate he
ro asked particularly about Augusta,
and said he would like to once more
visit the spot of the home of his birth
on Murray Hill.
Kaistaff—Honor pricks me on. Yea,
bow if honor prick me off when I come
on? Now then? Can honor set to a
leg? No. Or an arm? No. Or take'
away the grief of a wound? No. Hon
or hath no skill in surgery, then? No.
What is honor? A word. Honor? Air!
A trim reckoning—who hath it? He
that died o’ Wednesday. Doth he feel
it? No. Doth he hear it? No. Is it
sensible, then? Yea, to the dead. Bu;
will it not live with the living? No.
Why? Detraction will not suffer it; —
therefore I’ll none of it. Honor is a
mere 'scutcheon, and, so ends my cate
%*' J JEU naa* ~*w—
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August tOth. 1808. I off»r th# Whol#A*i# trad# th#
Abov# Br#nd» Flour CuArant##d Abaolut#ly Pur#
Wint#r Whf.il, Good* of th# Hlgh#at typ#.
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Blackjack Wood Sawed .... per Cord
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Good Dry Pine, long, • • • »2.7? per Cord
Special prices on three more
Best grade Jellico and HardCoaJ, including the celebrated
Indian Mountain, aMowest prices-
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. .... _ . ... Bell Tbone 2151.
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NEXT TIME YOU HAVE
Land’s Headache Capsules
M sde Only By
HOWARD & ttirmSTT DRUG CO.
Once a hero Is'always a hero to the
mart who is a lidro to himself.
On a Short Furlough.
The Fall Goods I have Just received
will not remain, but will at once ho
reduced to the bottom prices.
75c. Undershirts, at .. 50c.
75c Under Drawers 50c.
25c Gec’O Suspenders 15c.
*I.OO White Dress Shirts Go<’.
10c Club Ties - l-2c.
Suit to order .. .. ~ .. $20.00, upwards
Pants to order $5.00. upwards
F. (i. MERTINS, Tailor 'and Gents’
Furnisher, Opposite Planters Hotel.
U. u. MITCHELL. AI.EX. M< DONALD,
Hgperintendant Secretary and
of Construction. General Munager
Augusta Electric &
•Jl2 Mclntosh Strea l .
Electric Supplie:—\mmnciators, Tele
phones, speaking Tua*s, etc elf.
Repairs to all E metrical apparatus.
Electric Light Wirings specialty.
Bell ’Phone 13.
Congressman Richard P. Bland of
Missouri is conducting hi: l campaign
for re-election, as usual, h- making
.speeches at barbecues, and noticing
JHE HERALD JTANOARD
It It popular bacAuii K l« juit ahil th#
great newN|»#per-te«tiimg puld c AAfIU. Th#
Map* are '#» ge nnd clo#r. #n«JJuHy doubl# th#
«iye of Any other# publi*h#d. They #r« bfAutl
fully printed In flv# color# on heavy map paper
IF YOU ARE INTERESTED IN
you will find th# Atl«« an ndiapen##bl# aid. tt
will help you to ob##rv« th# daily change* In
the aituot on, and #nabl« you to k#«p pac#
You Need An ATLAS!
N— <kt th# and Beat— —^
Contents of The Herald Standard War Itlas:
Cuba . - - 14x21 inch#*
Th# World ... 21 *2B inch#*
Ah.*mg ,mn* *t twa MHOk, «a*4* **4 l#t* l .*gfc IM**
W#*t Indies ... 14*21 inch#*
North America - - 2I x2B inch#*
MwivaMg t«M# Mm*.
South America - - 14x21 Inch#*
glmwkit a*kh Mm*.
Phllippin# Island! - - Ilxl4tnch#a
Hawaiian Islands - - ll* 14 inches
Europe ... 21 x2B inches
Spain and Portugal - - 14x21 inches
Asia ... - 14x21 inches
Show lag mw Tr*a»-hlb*rtaa Railroad.
Africa ... 14x21 inches
Oceania and Caroline Islands 21 x2B Inches
China - - - - 14x21 inches
Harbor Charts, showing Matanzas, Santiago
de Cuba. Havana, Cienfuegos, Manila and San
Juan; also Cardenas and Santa Clara Bays,
and Island of Porto Rico.
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