I Clothing more
Of (hit iMion'a thowinf
of Mon's and Boy»‘ Suita aro the copti*
vating o ginotity and the turpraiM
variety of tho designs. Wo refer to the
practical, serviceable, handaome and
not high-priced Suita, of tohtth we dis
play a collection unopualed »n thia whole
The fashions aro distinct, apt. cor
rect, tasteful. Wo have never e*perl
enced such a demand /or worthy Suits
before, and we hold first place t>y de
serving it. Prices teen your way.S7.oO,
$8.60. $lO. sl2. sl6. slßands2o.
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1. M Kl< hsrdson. <4 Baltimore. la at
I. Crrrnt Wailta of Baltimore la .1
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la ikt ally rnlwMi
Mr* T. H Jaataa of Marion' spent
yesterday In IHa all Jr.' 1
Isaiah Fangrewhelmet of CMllilH
pkla la .1 Ih. Plssrets
Mrs w M Ro biased la vtoltmg
friend* la Covtofffß*,' Od
lt#v. r. P B*.n<or la sic* at hla
horn, on Oa a ford avenue
O, W. Ogle/bf.'s merchant of Hum
mil. Ga.. la al Ida Plantnrs.
1. I>. Dualled and W. K Jennlaon of
Atlata arr at the Arlington.
A. 8- Woo tan arid Bryan Taut, of
Ctnctnosll. ara al Ihe Arllu«ton.
Jan. H I inland, a cigar aalaaman
from Tork. Pa., la al tha Arllnelon.
n-v. R. 1.. Campbell tilled lha pul
pit al Hi. Iruha's church last nleHt.
Mr* W 11. Holman and Miss lias
si' Hallman hava raturnad from Tot
Mr. Armlna Dawson and Mr. Prank
Curry returned from Mirim last
J W. Morris, auditor of the Suith
Carolina and (laorela road, la al the
8. M. Matthawa nod R M. Mat
thews. Jr., of Sew Tork, ara at lha
Mis* Amelia Krwln his ret umeiL from
New York with mp'vkfy latest North
Prof. C, II Charhonnlar of Athens
la In lha ally. Prof Charhonnlar may
L. H McDaniel, rapraaanllne the
Hoyal I taking Powder company. Is at
Mrs. laaliel Neill, of Savannah, mo
ther oP Proprietor Neill, of the Plan
ters. la here on a month's visit to her
Mr. Thomas J.irk*nn. who left here
with the second Georgia, and Mr. Har
ry Jones, of the same regiment, arc In
Miss Morrison, a charming young
lady of Charleston, camp up last night,
ami Is visiting Miss Palsy Kennedy In
Mrs. F. Way lan Wright, with her
two charming children, lias returned
from a visit to her mother at Ihe Ce
dars. Richmond county.
Dwight L. Roberts, of the Southern
Fertiliser company, of Savannah. Is al
the Planters. Mr. Roberts Is one of
the most energetic salesmen on the
Mr. Alfred Tudor, of No. 4 engine
Company, Is off for a few days, the re
sult of an accident which happened
to him a few daya ago, he having
sprained his ankle while sliding down
A series of Gospel meetings began at
the Second Christian church last night.
Some of the most prominent ministers
in town of all denominations will
assist the pastor, Rev. N. G. Jacks, In
Conducting these services.
Mr. J. E Trash, of Philadelphia, is
In Augusta today on business connected
with the Sutherland Manufacturing
company. Mr. Trash, who Is one of
the most prominent young men of the
Quaker City, has a host of friends who
are always delighted to ’welcome him
MMt MCK XM Dll If.V
taHtd k»f* «*•« Iw Ik* ttwytUl a*
•Hfeesal to TV lltnM.
A tto* IS. tie Kept H nee private
I asldwnt of tke He* wad (I**4 Rl* I**l
1 Mtewt war** tk,* nkoewiat sent frw*a ike
i caasp at Bark u* Ike iMaßtlal
*al Bart f Phec* e a ’ .at us iketr **w*
,a ad rwngMMrw, wttk Ik* dtotoeee fnaw
| wkWfc ike* are awVrrtog ar* a* (W-
I leva Private H.jk I wet! wf Oa H.
SflMMrtol freer. Pvt rate tk'wrley. *4 Oa.
|M. lalartal tow. Private Watt* of
Or t* Malarial fever. Private Ask <4
j Co. 8, aieaalra. Private Bell. Co M.
Tke Hcrvrwd Oeorgla regimen* la wow
well geittod to Ha Hew • amp la Ike
'rieorgto fcwlldtog sir *uartrr«4 tk»
, First bwltallna ronalatlr« of row*pa***
18. K. I* sad M wader ximmaad at
! I Jrut Col Garrard Tke lift oad bait*l
M. 1 ow*penie» C. O. If and K trader
• ommaad at Ma) AlHMtad. fa to Ike
govemment bulding Tke Third hwt
laltnH. ronpattlfr A. D. I and F, Ma]
Kendrick cowman ling la aaarter*4 to
the Rr mea a building
ATIFTINQ THE FACTS.
The la*a*ltgallow to Be Held Beklad
Ctoawd D xrra.
Wa.hlaglon Sept U. Tke row
! mlltee lo larertlgale Ike met bode of
Ibe war department brld lu firm
1 meeting behind cloaed doom, and
Chairman Hodge al ita end aald that
all arselooa. for Ibe present at legal,
would be aecret So aurpriaed was f
everyone al Ibe art ton us the commit
tee to deriding on aecret aaaaloaa that
the fear tvhlrb ba* been ripieeeed for
the last few days that a whliewaabed
erdh t was lo be Ibe uu\< t>me waa
In addlllnn to thia Mr. Rickard
Wetghtman. the editorial writer oa Ihe
government organ In this city, waa ap
pointed secretary by the prealdent. The
organ on whleb Mr. Wetghtman li em
ployed ha* defended Secretary Alger,
Surgeon General Steinberg and Com
mlseary Oeneral Kgmn from Ihe charg
ee made again*! I hem. The office I*
supposed lo be worth *boul five Ihons
and dollar* to Mr Welghtman These
two fact* have caused doubts to
THE EIGHT IS OFF.
Corbrtt Hss Thrown lip Hl* Hand*
New York, Sept. 2«. A World spe
cial says: “The Corbett-McCoy fight Is
off definitely, finally and unalterably,
and the Coibett camp has taken tip.
rtnkea. parked trunks and closed
training quarters and left Asbury Park
for good, ll was Corbett's purpose to
remain here until after the Uuffalo
fight, but being convinced that no
fight will take place he threw up his
hands In disgust- Corbett has not let
the grass grow under hi* feet. He
tins assurances that either Jeffries or
Sharkey will be glad to accept any of
the tempting offers made by other
clubs since the Uuffalo fiasco. As for
the forfeit money, he Is advised that
no legal contract exists to fight Octo
PARADE HOUR CHANCED
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Al Field’s Minstrels Will Parade Tom
The parade hour of Field's Minstrels
has been changed from afternoon to
morning as will he seen by the follow
ing telegram just received by Manager
S. H. Cohen. Manager. Augusta. Ga.
Will arrive at 8 o'clock a. nt. on spe
cial from Athens. Parade at 11.
H WATER TO WASHINGTON.
Two Gallons Sent to the Capital For
Some time ago. Major Pitman, of the
arsenal, received a communication
from the government authorities, in re
gard to the purity, etc., of the Sa
vannah river water. Today, In answer
to the communication. Major Pitman
shipped to Washington two gallons of
water taken from the city basin. The
water will be analyzed and a report
to Major Pitman attesting its merits.
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rayon* aayt that ahe a Itoy pa—l
on* of ikara wared kis toad al o*e
Of Mr Hflttlh s daughters who waa’
standiag oa tto froal port* Mr J. j
L. Sasilk. II appeal* had left the
hou**- a few miaulea Mfbre aad tod
reached tto kraark aboal oar-auattar
of a mil* below ike hotter Bear Ibe,
ho*«c of oae of hla tea aat a whom he
had gone lo see. when he waa overta 1
hr-t by Caldwell aad Grove* Shots
were at once exchanged between the
part lev in the buggy aad Mr Smith
A shot look effect la Mr Umlth's left
breast juat below the nipple The
ball tanged downward enlerlag be
tweea Ihe fifth and alxth riba The
ball took thia course a* Mr Hmlth was
staodmg oa an Inrlmr on tbe right
hand side of Ihe bnggv When the
men passed the house. Kosete Bmli h
saw (hem lie knew hla father had
gone In the direction thg men were go
He knew the feeling which enisled
between his father and the men In ihe
buggy and expected Double. He grab
bed a shot gun and went hurriedly In
tbe same direction. , lie reached the
scene Jusl a* the shooting commenced
and emptied one barrel of the gun at
Coleman Grove* had jumped out of
Ihe buggy and ran when he scented
trouble. It Is believed that Caldwell
was badly wounded by Ihe shot. The
horse commenced to run and blood
was seen coming from his shoulder
when he passed some distance down
Coleman Grove* was left behind, but
he went hurriedly In Ihe direction In
which the buggy had gone One re
port states that he was also shot In
When Mr. Smith was shot he walk
ed back lo his house and took a seat
on the front porch. He soon became
faint and was carried into the house.
A runner tvaa sent to Washington uml
Dr. J. J. Hill responded. Dr. HIM
reported the patient as resting easily
and that the wound was not uecessar
Over Remains of Major Girardy Last
Major I. P. Girardy’* funeral took
place last afternoon at 3 o'clock. The
remains arrived here on the Georgia
train at 2:30 o’clock and were met at
the station by the camp of Confederate
veterans and many others.
Rev. P. H. MeMahon preached the
funeral discourse in an tmprsslve man
The floral tributes were many. The
remains were accompanied from Pa
ducah by his son, Mr. I,eo Girardy.
A L.ITTI E ONE’S DEATH.
Infant of nr. and Mrs George Rey
nolds Buried Yesterday.
The (Ifutr-monH B-o.d ir.tant of Mr
and Mrs. George Rejnolds died Sa'ur
day aCDrncon after u brief ‘Miiees
caused by cholera iiif intum. Th- 1 'lttle
one's death is a heavy blow to »ls fi nt*
parents and much sympathy is extend
ed to them in their bereavement. The
interment was made yesterday In the
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Filed m„the clerk's office today was
a deed from Louisa A. Meree to Ida G.
Hawes f<i% i-D acres of land in Rich
mond cbimty. valued at sssd.
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Mr W. H. Hrtrg*. wf poverty Mill.
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Mi.a J.sue Turner Is vie*ting frlewd*
Ml*. Jevnte Harger.ut <4 Gtrsrd tv vs
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IvTk. TIMM RETI RNS.
He S#y* German Sentiment Was W Hh
"lit During the War.
Mr. Albert Timm, who ha* recently
teiurncl front (trngattl. afrar a three
rioatto'- sojourn titwr*, says rhat the
average wage* paid lo working men
there t* about alxty cents a lid# Mr.
Timm said that the German geimment,
so far ar he could fuarn. was In favor
of this ypuutry during the late,war. He
tv very much improved by Ma trip and
delighted to be at home once more.
SERUT. LOUIS BR OKS.
la Sick at Santiago, So States a Letter
The many friends o f Sergt Isiuls
Brooks, who 1* now In Cuba with Col.
Ray a regiment, will regret to learn
that he Is sick *t Santiago, as a letter
received hy a friend here states.
Mr. Howard Tinsley Is today the re
cipient of many congratulation* on the
exceeding beauty of the musical pro
gram which was rendered yesterday
under his direction ot the morning ser
vloe'kt the Church of the Atonement,
in addition to the regular choir. Miss
Ida Goodrich, Mr. u Joseph Mulhbrin
anil Mr. Battle were* heard, Mr. Rattle
very beautifully rendering as an offer
tory the aria from* Elijah. ''lf With
A'l Your Hearts Ye Truly Seek Me."
Death of Mr*. Katherine Chapman.
Mss. Katherine Ctytpman. a most es
timable lady of West End. died at ll
o'icook last night at her home. No. 931
Youur street. Mrs. Chapman hail pass
ed the allotted three score year* and
tel and huu lived her .Ifc"earnestly and
well, and was ready and watting for
her summons home.
The funeral services will be held at
4 o’clock this afternoon from flip Kol
lock Street Baptist, church.
Our goods bought right and wo soil
them right. Damkin & Co.
New York, Sept. 26. Otto T. Ban
uard, 30 Broad street, was today ap
pointed receiver of the New England
Loan and Trust Cdmpany, on a suit
brought by the Repl Estate and Trust
Company, of Philadelphia, and Sabil
lion S. Allen. The St. Albans. Vt.
opntpany. Is a la raw lender of money
on mortgages. yl
Al Field's Minstftt will give a fine
concert tomorrow jglll a. m. in front
of the Elks Club.
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awn this Rxwnlag and askrd
a hat roarwa to latesto to aurswv. if
Vv War* vtvctvd rossrtlaia, Mr Hess
ptai«4 that b» »"sM Wkw ika* at tkv
rosarlloea before him. Mr. Hoterteia
They- gentlemen waited wnlll they
were . Bison and then reetgwed ihv po
altt'ina they held
With a laugh. Mr Hroaa brought ur>
the .'ld adage- wot "oui.llng chtekea.
Mor, they arr* kai.-tod"—bwi stal- i
ed that If he re-4goe«l ike positl«a aw
Ika 1-v.rtl it t would pc'.i'Vl.lr to at tto
j December nvVitkg,
It Causes a Controversy, a Fight and
a Soldier's Arrest.
Columbus. 0- Sept J*. Private
Robert Webb of Company L. Seveuth
I regiment, arrived tn this elty under
arrest today He will be tried by
court martial on the . barge of assault
lug an officer with Intent to kill. In (
n dispute over the proper manner In
which to (take beans he sought to
mold Sergeant Shrtner to hW opinion
by a free use of hts gun stock. The
sergeant I* said to have twep badly
battered up, but be still declines to
agree with Private Webb upon bean
Scores on Diamonds ol the Big League
Sunday games on National League
diamonds resulted as follow*:
At Cblesgo—Chicago 7; Pittsburg 4.
At Cincinnati —Cincinnati 5; Cleve
Second Game-Oincinnati 2; Cleve
At St. Louie —81. Louis 2; Ig>uisvllle
ALIVE WITH SMALL POX.
A Partv From Langley Says the Place
Is Filled With the D sease.
■* A party who came over here from
Langley today, stated that the above
town was tilled with the dread disease
smallpox. The place Is literally alive
with the disease, It was said.
A quarantine against the place might
not be out of order. If the plague Is
really so bad over there.
HR. F. H. HILLER.
Will Attend the Triennial Convention
of Episcopal Church.
The Herald made mention last week
of the triennial convention of the Epis
copal church to be held in Washington
on October sth. The matter of mar
riage and divorce rites in this church
will be lengthily discussed, as was
Mr. F. 11. Miller, of this city, will at
tend the convention.
We have the finest selection; of Teae,
tn ihe city. Prices are right, too. Lam
kin A Cp v
Mr. N. *P. Cannon, representing the
Springfield Manufacturing company. is_
in the etty today.
MAN AND MONEY.
At (liMrvß toss ffffff Uuffhl Ihf vaiuaM* lesson ol thrift.
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rvrtog aft pmHNe value fee the tfolan to* * «p*r»d u tohnfß lit
toauftifwt. an 4 taMfhl bwn ttoSt to ton#
hhen a man vtwb to pMtv out money tor tomftce ar
hwMtojl maienah ol am IM made as usnad. windnm left*
hew to tuny as me. fire Man oM he totoefy amlfd There
toB he na tuitlmj ar toafftof ia ha Man, sash aad htotok.
Na ffwrMi that tot in mmulwm and ram Na half-dried lumber to
heat about lAe a corftMrvto.
Oto aw a (hanre to furnhh my price* before yea bay.
to rite me foe ,irintod matter
CMAS t DEOEN. Manager.
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STOCK AND RECEIPTS
swctCs *“«“••• • - •• IJS
[llaeeipta sln.'e Rep* l•• •***■’ •
Augusta, Oa.. B*»t M -Uvrrpool
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Turk opened I to 2 p.>int* «*r and grad
ually Cgsed Off on Renewed short sell
ing heavy crop movement and fine
I weather rep.wta. January at 2 u clo- k
twin* 5.t0 which t« ihe low eat price
,m record tor that option MV ran see
rutthtiHl to t*uy fotton on and Io»>li for
still lower prices, hut on any unfavor
able new* would look for a sharp rally.
T PAINE. MPUPHT * CO
NEW TORK COTTON.
"V .. .. 6.Ml 6.46
Jun, ‘ R
October *-W ■»
November 5 -4 l j}'*®
DecemhW 1 19
Middling r ’
January and February 3.62 2-*l *3
February and March .. 2-63 2.63
Marrh and April .. .. . !•#•" *■*?
April and May .. .. - 8 - u > s- 00
Mav and June .. .. .• 3.®l 02 101
June amt July .. .. .. 3.02 3.02
Aug. and F«pt 3 02 *•* °*
Sept, and Oct 3.00 3.00
Oct. and Nov *•« «* ;■«
Nov. and Dec 2.62 2.6 62
Dec. and Jan. 2.62 2.61 62
ii PORT RECEIPTS.
Galveston , 25845 25563
New Orleans 11248
Mobile 828 J B ?®
Savannah •»« M - 2
Charleston •• •• • '-* ir *
Norfolk 849 J 1,03
Estimated total 610% "000
September ®6*» 6714
December 63Hi 61 r k
Mav «4* «
CORN— */ 1
September 29*6 29\
December 29% 29sv
September 21% 20%
May 2S*i 22%
January 9.02 9.22
December 5 .20 8.40
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it* i iim to N) m* Pmmrnm Tmm
to New v*tt.
Horn York, Mopt ]* ~ film i*M t«
MM up awd will »*»f rarli Alba
! *1 90 got rr*of '* #9 *9* Ih* rn*ifl
for Ctovwtw Bi*. * TWf fivil 90
•tur fowl Ik* afMßiuft* ffta l*«l Hr*
iria»f*r* Md Ik* *ltitrl* Inn las
book*, tkkk pro** tk*i Ik* ll«-ugftf Rl
-4m has ao tonal i**l4*srr la ibis rata
*l(4 Is l*o*44•# aa afoad-inM tax
Plataiy la4«*4 a** It |o b* aaaa ***•
i*r4a. taai Rraanli a*4 hi* work-
I art ana badly rat i lad. Thar mad*
alt tort* of pmaatara to gtve oat Mala
■a—f« aa4 mUadlriMx hat thar
dodged IN l*#u* at k>a| aa poMtlbia.
hoping to hoar words of hop* from
ih» Ills fallow* who had coat to Hom
Kxpar* lawr*r* woo ha** mada a
Wady of roast It tit tonal <jue*uon. Mr
t hat fiooMt*'! hr hi* owa awom aA -
i davit ha* prartknJly twora hi mar If
i out of lha rare * Tbara ran be ao
hlgbar fotm of teatlmna*. thar tar.
; than a person* own affidavit. It wat
| proved that Roosevelt had *wora off
j bla take* la Oytfer Bar. la thta etty
I and la Washington and It literaliw
andlagaily a man without a km*. At
taa o'clock laa; Bight ha decided <o
break the tllence Ha aa.d he wax el
igible to become governor of this
elate At the tame time be gav« out
hit letter annerom Ing that he will not
athept the nomination of the Cita. lie
gave at hi* reason for declining thhf
1 nomination the excuse that he thought
It annld be unfair to crowd out Mime
candidate from their own rank*.
Meantime the Black contingent are en
joying themaelve* immensely They
*a; T It It a cakewalk nor for iheir
TOO LATE FOR CLASSIFICATION
WANTKU—POSITION BY I .A DT
**!**iu»ura|ih«'r. Ad4r •«« J, car® Her
TO HUNT HIT T#:i.F"A llt STREET
Apply to W. T. Davidson. Sept -6
WANTED-SECOND HAND SPRING
wagon, suitable for moving furniture.
Two-horse. Apply at once to L. F
Verdery, the renting agent. Sept 27
H» »A RDI NCI-HOUSE-K KKI’ERS DK
SIKINQ medlenl students a* Lard
ers, will pleaee notify roe at once In
writing—stating number desired, street,
number of house and price of board.
Eugene Foster, Dean. , Sept 27
WANTED —BOARD BY YOUNG LA
DY dying ’>l7l ce work. State location
nnd price. Bo* 585. city. Sept 21
lost, about a nor st is, pair
■liver hack cavalry brushes, between
Reynolds and ltroad. on Elbert street.
Reward If returned to 821 Broad street.
STRAY ED ON SATURDAY V. M., <>N
Ellis, near Campbell, a small fox ter
rier, entirely white, except for black
spot near tail and a black spot on each
side of head. Return to W. H. Hol
man and get reward. Sept 28
A WHITE LADY WOULD LIKE PO
SITION to care for children or wait
on invalid. - Address H. . are Herald.
December 4.80 4.92
January .. .. 4.85 5.20
October y .. .. 5.22 5.:t0
January 4.75 4.50
NEW YORK STOCKS.
Sugar 120 122Y4.
Tobaoco .. .. .. 147% 141%
B. R. T 61% 61%
C, B. Q 05 U6H
Missouri Pacific 5314 33%
Louisville and Nashville . 56 56
Manhattan 97% 9684
People’s Gas 103% 103%
Union Pacific 33% 33%
Rock Island 101% l»i 7 4
St. Paul 10"* 107%
Southern Railway, pfd •• 33% 33%
Western Union 02% 92