IF AUGUSTA IS TO 00 FORWARD AND NOT BACKWARD IN THi NiXT FIVE YEARS. REMEMBER YOU MUST CO NOUR FHARE.
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be*t of aptrlla and incoaaanfy •*-
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the rj o*t cynical. revolutionary pva
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Fr#4#rtr B*H#r. her majesty* read
er. who --a* with her In B>vl cerland.
,-yg the eroprev* recently exclaimed:
"What 1 wish la quick, painless
death l should not like to die in my
Vienna. Sept 13. The hatred In
Vienna against he Italians ia Increas
lfag All the Italian slngera and gondo
lier* of Venice in Vienna have been
The e rperor. after two dys of
flrtrnera. la collaps ng. Today he has
wept almost constantly,
He May Vet Be Henated to the Cardi
Rome. Sept 13 —Moosigaor Guido, au
ditor cf the Vatlc.n. Raid today that up
to th: present Pope Leo XIII. had not
given any order for the promotion of
Archbishop Ireland to the Cardinalate.
Nevertheless Monaignor Guido would
not exclude the probability of this pro
motion. A powerful faction Is work
ing to Induce the Pope to elevate Arch
bishop Corrigan, of New York, to the
Vessel Probably Lost.
Philadelphia, Pa„ Sept. 13. Pri
vate ad-ices are received in this city
from London to the effect that the
British bark, David Morgan, Captain
McMillan, has probably been lost, to
gether with the crew of nineteen men.
The Morgan sailed from this port on
March 25, for Nagasaki Japan, with a
cargo of oil. It has been out nearly 175
da' $, while the voyage should, under
ordinary conditions, have been made
In 120 to 130 days.
Transport From Santiago.
New York, Sept. 13. The United
States transport Saratoga arrived to
day from Santiago, with 250 colored
laborers, stevedores, etc., and about
eixty signal corps men, the latter land
ijodsnufi aq.l. BotU/A dtruo in Suj
brought about nine thousand rifles,
part of the surrendered arms of the
Spanish army of Santiago, principally
Mausers and Remingtons.
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SOUL LOTTERY IN MEXICO.
Vk Isarn Hava Fwll IMry to Para
A aoul lottery «u held rereaUy at
Pi .•bta-do-Uw-Annelea. Megtra. The
affair wa* under the acperlatandeate of
the local clergy and aroused much in
tereat, many ticket* belug taken. There
were three arlaner*. and reault*
«vera enneut e-1 as followa: No. 340,
the aoul of James Vrlaaquex ha* been
delivered from Purgatory nad has nr
! rived la Pnradlae. No*. 41 and 782.
the aoul* of Mine. end the old
widow, Mme. Franciaca dr Farraa,
have been delivered from Purgatory
and have entered into Pnradlae.
The next drawing will take place at
the Church of St. Savior on Jan. 1.
nrxt. and the winning member* will
i release feur martyred soula from Pur
gr.tory with free right of entry ivito
THE D .EYFUS CASE.
It May Yet Precipitate a Crisis In
j Paris. Sept. 13.-~The Reppel and
Matin tods; say that yesterday'! cabi
net council Minister of War Zurllnden
explained the reasons for opposing the
revision of the Dreyfus esse. The
premier and minister of education,
j these papers add, urged Zurlindcn to
j change hia determination, but Presl
i dent Faure sided with the minster of
I war. An excited discussion followed
land the council adjourned until this
Saturday, The newspapers here are
unanimously of the opinion that the
pituation is serious. They say tempor
izing will only delay the deelß.on
which, if favorable to the revls-on of
the case, will cause the resignation of
Zurlinden and which, if hostile, will
I lead to the withdrawal from thecablnet
cf Briseon and result In a, general crl
THE WRONG HAN.
! Officer Hatcher Came Near Running
in Provost Guard.
Officer Hatcher had an exciting time
with a negro soldier last night.
One of the many who were in the
city from Camp Dyer was out by
Whiteley’s bar and having become en
raged at one cf the provost guards,
pulled a pistol and fired on the latter.
Officer Hatcher rushed upon the
scene and by mistake arrested the
guard, the other man escaping. The
officers discovered, hiß mistake too late
to corner the right man.
Mies Jessie Paul has returned home,
to the delight of her many friends, after
a pleasant visit of three weeks with
friends in Savannah.
Mr. W. J. Pollard is confined to his
home by sickness.
Miss Laylor, of Charleston, is the
guest of Miss Katie Collins.
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nr (rarautee of the Cuban data by the
! Hatted States or hy Cab*, with the
miljaaTliia that Speia should pay the
' debt of 1337 'ncurred by the
Called Slate* la the prosecution of the
«vcr. They will also be fnatrucled to
combat the anticipated Spanish de
mand for cnotpenaatiou for governtnm
building*, railroad* and highway* and
n’her improvement* that are a e*oee
eery part cf the territory over which
S;uiin I* rePnqulahlng her sovereign
ty. Siege guoa in Cuba and Porto Rico
will he retained under the term* to bn
offer'd Spain, hut the l!kld artl.lery
and small arm* Spain will be permitted
to uke Bwpy.
Court records, containing titles to
lend, etc,, and all other document* per
*trining to the government and control
of Cuba and Porto Rico, must be left
intact tn their proper archives. It has
bren reported to the administration
that some of these papers have been
sent to Spain. If this turhs out to tie
the case, no pear* treaty will be sign
ed until they have been returned.
GEORGIAN COURTM A RTIA LEI).
Private Sullivan on Trial For Killing
Knoxville, Sept. 13. The Sixth
Virginia regiment, colored, reached
here this morning. The Third North
Carolina Is on the way. This makes
two negro regiments here. A general
court martial this afternoon will ait
on the care of Private Sullivan of the
First Georgia, who killed Private Bur
ris of the same regiment. Word was
received today from General Brecken
ridge at Camp Thomas that he would
be here tomorrow and review the
troops at Camp Poland on Thurs
YELLOW JACK, FOR SURE.
Clany Victims of That-Other Diseases
Washington, Sept. 13. The follow
ing cablegram was received at the War
"Ponce, Sept. 13. Adjutant Gener
al;—The number of sick among the
troops at Porto Rico Is 1,886; about 18
per cent, 177, have typhoid fever, 477
malaria, and 1,262, other diseases. An
Investigation of two deaths at Ponce
show's them to be yellow fever, which
originated in the quartermaster’s hos
pital. One case has developed. All
the troops at once have been removed
to camps. Brooke, Maj, Gen."
Not Yet Signed.
The decision of Judge Calloway in
the South Carolina and Georgia vs the
Augusta Southern case has not as yet
been signed, but will, in all probability
be signed late this afternoooti or in the
Second Georgia fluster Out.
Washington, D. C., Sept. 13. The
Second Georgia infantry, now at
Huntsville, has been ordered mustered
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day. Cuoal Almenaa. referring to the
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were not to be legally punished, the
g< neral* wou.tl take the matter In their
own hands and inflict the proper pun
ishment. A great tumult moued, the
senator* standing, shouting and threat
ening each other. The president of the
I senate vainly strove to restore order
and broke the bell let attempting to do
SPEEDY JUSTICE, THIS
Crime CommitteJ Friday and Mur
derer Sentenced Today.
Special to The Herald.
Savannah. 0a . Sept, 13. Sava
n-1 nah made a new record today in ron
| virtlng a criminal. Friday night of
j laat week John Chariton, a negro, »hot
;und killed Mr. Harry McLeod, cits'
1 food Inspector. He wa* arrested al
j once and on Saturday his case waa a*-
| signed for trial In the Superior court.
‘Thi* was before he ‘van indicted. Mon
day he waa Indicted and today tried.
! Hi* trial lasted about three hour*. He
wa* convicted and *ented lo be hang
led on October 28. Thi* is one of Ihe
quickeU trial* in the state. Solicitor
General Osborne, who prosecuted
| Charlton, believe* in trying criminal*
a* *oon as possible. Last week be
rent a negro to the penitentiary for
20 year* for *laylng another. The
crime wa* committed In le*g than ten
days before the conviction.
CERVERA S FAREWELL.
He Thanks the American People For
New York. Sept. 13. The following
is a literal translation of a letter re
ceived by the Associated Press, from
“Portsmouth, N. H„ Sept. Ih, 1898. —
To the President of the Associated
Press: My Dear Sir Tomorrow I
sail for Spain and wish to say to you,
as the representative of ihe United
States, that, I sail with my heart full
of gratitude for the sympathy that has
been shown me by the people or this
country. My farewell takes with it
every assurance that the memory of
this sympathy I shall warmly and ac
tively conserve (luring the rest of my
“I lake advantage of this occasion to
subscribe myself as your faithful and
obedient, servant, who kisse.-: your
hand. Pascual Cervera."
Turky Must Answer.
Constantinople, .Sept. 13. The Uni
ted States, it is announced, has replied
to the recent note) of the Turkish gov
ernment, declining to accept Turkey’s
repudiation, of responsibility for Amer
ican losses during the Armenian trou
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iupp,**a Ih* dlalnrbaacaa.
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lynched and at Vienna fully 1.500 Ital
lna* cmi lcvcd on th* municipal werka
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a strong body erf Infaniry,
Anarchist Arrested in Milan.
Rom*. Sept. 13.—An anxrrhlat man
tf»«'j, signed by "The Revolutionary
ICcmraltte*.” h»» been distributed In
! Milan during the past few day*. The
! police yesterday arrested an Italian en-
I gaged In distributing the manifesto
1 A prisoner who had just arrived from
Switzerland when he waa seized, shout
ed: “Long live anarehy; death to Ihe
King!” Some people In Ihe eto«vd
present at the time of the arrrest in
terred with the pollre officers who
made th* enpture and several person*
, were Injured on both sides before the
anarch Is was lodged In the police de
pot. The newspapers here remark that
the recent riots in Milan commenced
in a similar manner.
Second Regiment Paased Through
the City This Afternoon
For quite a while today the city was
full of North Carolina soldiers. Blx
companies of the Second North Caro
lina volunteers were en route to Ral
These six companies have been sta
tioned at St. Simon’s Island. Two
companies of this regiment were sta-
I tloncd at Tybee, two at Port Royal and
(two al St. Augustine.
The first division of thirteen eoach
!es and several freight cars reached
here at 3:15. With this division was
I Col. Burgwyn and staff and the regi
; mental band.
They were followed shortly by the
other division. The officers (lined at
[Cashin’s restaurant, so the men were
here quite a whilp.
j The companies are R, F, H, K. L and
j These came over the Charleston and
| Western Carolina in Seaboard Air Line
I coaches. The Seaboard Air Line gets
| them at Greenwood and carries them
The regiment is on a thirty (lays fur
lough and it is probable that at the end
of this time they will be mustered put.
Capt Stevens Back.
Captain Stevens, of. (lie third regi
ment. arrived home today. "He will re-!
turn to Griffin in a day or so.
Mr. C. V. Walker has reeoveied from
his recent indisposition.
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sue and obtain from de.vntlanl a dl
vorrv for more than a F**r ra»l. * n< l
ha* recently renewed »ald inreat. and
that plaintiff’s conduct for rometlm*
past letch toward* defendant ha* l*e*n
entirely undutlful and IBcoH*td*rßle.
Plaintiff Used Policy.
7. Defendant further answering say*,
that plaintiff has beat her and whipped
her on three oceaal .ns without any pro
vocation whatever, that *>ne night while
lying In lied In Augusta, without any
,'auoe defendant wa* awakened rom
sleep hy plaintiff, who was abusing her,
and exclaimed: My G-d; you have
brought me from my comfortable home
down to this place where I have no
comforts, and I am mlseiahle." and
then kicked defendant out of the bed.
and forced her to remain on the floor
the remainder cf the night. Next morn
ing. after breakfast, defendant asked
I lalntiff why he had treated her so latd
the previous night, and why so kind
and polite at the breakfast table,w here
upon plaintiff replied It wa- | K >llcy to
treat her well In public.
S. Defendant further answering, says
'that she has been the wife of plaWtlff
for more than twenty-five years, and
that (luring all that time he, life and
conduct has been beyond reproach, nnd
that she has In no Instance neglacted
any duty due her said husband; that
for several years defendant has been an
Invalid, and physically unfit for active
household duties, so thnt the boisterous
conduct, violent nnd vehement threats
alleged against her In plaintiffs said
’ petition (ire manifestly ridiculous and
i 'mat defendant fears nnd so Hlb'g
les that It is the purpose of plaintiff.
| now In her advanced years, to rast her
!entirely aside, nnd that If he succeeds
I In his manifest purpose to tills end. she
i w ill he absolutely helpless, and without
* means of support.
| Thut plaintiff is the owner of a house
!„nd lot In Keysville. Virginia, and thnt
In so far ns she is Informed and be
lieves, he Is also the owner of two lots,
upon one of which there is erected a
house ill Danville, Virginia, the aggre
gate value of which is $5,000.00; and
that defendant has besides an Income
from his services as musical director,
organist and other occupations of »2,-
WHEREFORE. Defendant prays:
First, «n order for permanent alimo
ny, of an amount per month suitable
to ’her condition and circumstance in
life; . „
Second, for attorneys’ fees, to de.ray
thf* expt?nHft» of this Migration. Anu
now having fully answered .etc..
SAM F. OA KMNGTON,
I>. J. 9t?LLtVAN.
GEORG I A—RICH MOND COUNTY.
Pmso.naJly appeared, Josephine L.
Solmnuns, who. being duly sworn, de
poses and says that the statements in
the foregoing petition are true and cor-
JOSEPHINE L/. SOL*OMONS.
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Mm that lb* Third rntinwM la to
*ta> 1a tb* arrvira. th* re at ton of OoL
John fl. Handler and Major Marcua
Beck lo tb* beech urn* mom bacoaam
ao Ixtbrattni gitottax It haa heao
imdaoiteud that udh of the** geatlo
m*r> had tak*a th* purlttoo that th*F
w tiqld rv* gn Urn beach a* ran as
they * era fgd' trd obt of the atato.
Th* otder for tbl* regiment to go to
j*. kaoovlß* wa* annulled hut Ita res
toration wa* momentarily expected,
and thla will bitng the criaia which
ibe rep«,rt*d declurallona of theae ofll
, ar* anticipated. It ha* tmen reported
within the paal few daya that Coioaal
Handler and Major Back had made up
i heir annul* to telegraph tbelr resigna
tion* of the bench to the governor on
taking the train for Jackaonvllla.
Thi* wa* gradually understood to be
the fact, but t yesterday morning It
was reported In well Informed quarter*
that a movement wa* on foot among
the people nnd member* of the bar la
Judge Cundler'* circuit to urge that he
1 will not resign ao long as the county
or the other ronrta fill* the place on
I It I* generally heflqyed that inattera
•will take sliffpb about the first of Oc
tober, or soon/uliM tb p meeting of the
peace eomn}lif*i<rd’i It will soon be
come apparent If tAere la to he more
II rouble and more need of soldiers for
purposes other thgn garrison duty. If
liter* I* no each neqd. It 1* expected
thaL many rupTe pf the volunteers,
probably ftA»,thousand more, will be
mustered otU- • ’
Condition, i» Cuba appear to be
mote favorable to the speedy restora
tion of order than they appeared a
few weeks ago. nnd the estimates as
to the number of the soldiers to be,
needed there and in Porto Kieo have
been considerably reduced. The fact
that the Third regiment Is to he or
dered to Jacksonville to become a part
of General Fitzhugh I>ee’s corps,
which Is thought to he destined for the
army of occupation in Cuba, will
doubtless lessen its chances for mus
tering out soon. All these things, no
doubt, are being carefully considered
by Colonel Candler and Major
Was Thrown From His Mule This
A negro hoy living out on the Sa
vannah road started to the city this
morning on mule back. The mule be
came frightened anil threw the boy on
j, pile of rocks. Medical assistance
was summoned and It was found that
although the boy was badly shaken up
no holies were broken.
STRAYED THIS MORNING TO
WARDS Lakeview one cow. with horns
and sole hack, stra :' round her neck.
Take up and return to T. L. Sheets
No. 1604 Wood lawn.
Sworn to ap,d subscribed before t.w
this tilth day of September, 1896:
GEO. R. COFFIN.
Not. Pub. Richmond County, Ge^-