THE HERALD IS HERE TO PUBLISH THE NEWS NOT TO RON TOUR BUSINESS. OR TO RUN THE CITY Wk VE OOT OUR HANDS PULL.
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Beaten Down in a Lair
and Honest Election.
TIRED OP RANCOR.
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III* #iimoat itharahtr to’* hare alnayt
(opfttH tft# iattyrlt* of tfte.r f*ntit**|
.. though w • ha«e thought tftir j»4*
•oagt an ft*d *b*o they left tft#
democratic part* to build op • *#w
n*a md tft* event has d>aflrnied this I
opt n lon Th*r were a power ip tb#
dMMrftUr port y .liilt Hot remaned
Ip tt» rukt. but tteor thrw away |
tbrir #-rength .brn thru left it il> |
Invito Ikrp hark ppd «rr lnow the In
Vlt.'ion Pill far rord.allv seconded b«
th. maw . of th# drtpnriatlr party,
which l» pod haa toe#o ppd will coo
* tnue to hr what It* name implt#* I
the rrpl proplr’p par Jr
Southern Civ ill/at lon.
“W# mar Mill differ on amr.r polaU.
p. thr ro* mlirra of every party differ,
bo; pa submit to our populist friend*
that la the southern itatea thr Intag
rlty of our rlvlllwtinn la at .take and
the issue developed In North Carolina I
hy the odious efferta of fur lon la the
ftraveat that baa been ralaed there In
"The aatue laatie haa appeared In the
Elevrnth diatrlrt of Georgia, hut the
popullata of thi* Mate are again*! fu
sion, and the failure of that attempt
to profit hy arraying brother again* 4 '
brother wlih the aid of an Inferior
rare la foredoomed to failure. It I*
needlcea to point out that the negro
rare haa not yet reached the atature
of citizenship, and when the urhite
race divide* the result li a temptation
which trad* to the demoraliaatlon of
both race*. Fact* which prove thl*
are too many and too obvious to re
quire apeciflcatlon. It ia a condition
and not a theory which confront*
“The popullata will find work a? well
as welcome in the democratic party.
Their poaitlon In favor of '..allot re- 1
form and economical admlniatratlon of
government agree* with that of the i
masse? of the democratic party. A* I
practical men they ahotild lake a prac
tical view of the situation Rnd accept
the invitation which baa in good faith
What the Tribune Says.
"The above, frrm the Atlanta Jour
nal. ia net to be lightly passed over
by the Popullata. it Is au invitation
honestly extended, and it ia joined in
by every respectable Democratic paper,
and every Demrocatic party leader
YEIiIiOW FEVER BECOMES
PRE AND fIIORE VIOLENT
Washington. Oct. 11.—Roports to the
marine hospital service today show
the yellcv fever in the South steadily
Increasing. The officials state that the
increase in the fever list is likely to
be continued until the cold weather
sete in and this is thought to still be
at least three weeks off in the region
most affected. Disoatches received at
this place report the total number of
cases in Mississippi up to date to be
470. with thirty-six deaths since the
epidemic broke out. Yellow fever U
i f ported to have occurred at hake
Charles, in a dispatch from Dr. Sou
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THE AUGUSTA HERALD.
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No Cause For Harry.
•Tftit *r# «w* #MONfIO la our alatf
i* ns 11 k i\p |hl‘ll <|#V’fl'o®f'*i
wurtber tft* W#*t*m l'»i>uli*U • 111 rw
turn «o tft* Hop«»to b*tiu**f or aot
Th* iMpuliau liar* ao lot*r**t* ia tft*
not liar* a rftfftlUtot# ia aay of tft* 44*-
, f m iii light
lib* Repuftlicaaa aad IftmorraU tb*y
I ran ahrtaln from taking pan. or tft**
Ir ad support tft* raodldat* who to thrift
[ *pp*an# to b* tft* std man.
Meanwhile there la no cause for
burry to accept or decline the kind in
vitation of our Democratic frienda.
Thay have put the latch airing on the
outside, and If there ha occasion to uae
|lt Popullata will know where to Bnd It.
jlf the PopulUt party lie wholly elimin
ated from politics there will be a re
alligtiment of the old partita. Ow or
the other of them will be nearer the
people and more opposed to the dom
ination of Sby lock than Ike other; and
that party all Popullata ahou.d Join
•‘MI every Populist wait quietly
until the unfolding of events In the
next eigh teen months shall indicate
what will be beet to do. and In the
meantime give polities a rest and let
everybody do the very beat they can to
build no I cal enterprises nnd sdvance
the Interests of their section and
S. C. ANI) GA. AND A. C. L.
To Build Union Depot in Charleston
Charleston. 8. Oct. U.—The South
Carolina and Georgia railroad and the
Atlantic Coast Une have replied to the
letter sent out « few days ago hy the
different commercial bodies of the city,
roquet ing that the three roads enter
ing the city unite and build » union
pasenger depot. In acknowledging the
receipt of th" letter the management of
both railroads expressed n willingness
to meet the commercial liodles and dis
cuss the matter.
A St. lyoulfi doctor prescribed milk
for a patient with the usual Injunction
to (--bake well before taking. N. Y.
chon, of New Orleans. At Franklin,
La., there are twenty-eight new cases
and no deaths. The following are the
Mississippi reports of new cases for
today: Jackson, two white cases, one
negro, total, 3; Canton, 4; Crystal
Springs, 4; Madison, 5 white, 10 ne
groes, total, 15; Harriston, 14. making
53 In all now under treatment; Ridge
land, ft; Orrwood, 6 new cases, 1 death;
Oxford, 1 case.
Camp Hutton, the new fever deten
tion point, at Avondale, near New Or
leans. with a capacity of 1,000 patients,
opened today. t ~i.i
Sennal*«n Sprung Ky
New N »rk Journal.
An Alleged Spnn»»|i-
BUYING THE BONDS
I lbe Hevrai*al Momm. II la HsM.
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New• of lb* IV*.* V*|<4M>wh la
kept MhssMUff hbiaM,
|t was Da*, a *#ma(?T *r agftl
1 neat door neighbor a»d family ft teal
of Preatdeni McKinley, who made the
i American Pommiaaioh that the pr*«]
j. codings he kept an nbeoiwe secret."
I This recrvry In maintained nut only
with reaped Id the Joint eesslon* hot
also co.era separate meetings of the
Why the Nrgofiatlona Are Kept Secret
Already n vast financial conspiracy,
atety contrived mystery Not only
j la the American public to be kept in
! utter Ignorance of what the I'nlted
j Slates will propose lo Bpa I a a* n bn-
J congressional election* may not be as-
I fee ted but a few choice spirits have
been let Into the secret of the situation
Iso rigidly guarded from the public. In
I consequence a ring ha* (men formed
to buy Philippine bond*, and thr mar-
I Let t* being scoured for them. I dls-
I covered a few day* ago that powerful
friends of both Spanish and American
. commissions had received Inside In-
I formation that the I'nlted State*
! would insist Upon annexing the whole
' Philippine Archipelago, and would as
lan me responsibility lor the Philippine
r debt, although the intereM on the
: bond* might be reduced from « per
J l ent to 4or even 3 per cent. I know
ihat commuters! ion* on the subject of;
these bonds had been passing between]
! Paris and Madrid In order lo test,
| the situation. 1 tried to buy some Phil
ippine bonds in Madrid through French
Philllpin? Bond* Being Bought
I at once dlsco' cred that a powerful
movemcpi was on foot to gather up
the Philippine bonds This Is one of
ihe most suggestive result*!of former
Secr-tary Day's scheme of secrecy.
Under its shelter gigantic combina
tions veem to be forming sinister en
terprises that would be impossible
were (he air and sunlight of publicity
let into the main features of negotia
The situation is curiously like that
which existed in Washington when
two senators arranged the sugar
schedule of the tariff in secret, session,
while their friends made millions of
dollars In the stock market on the ba
a's of private Information. I cannot
yet ascertain how far there may be a
Wall street end to this ugly intrlg»'e,
hut there Is certainly a Madrid Bourse
end to it.
No wonder there Is a strong, almost
irresistible, pressure on the commis
sioners to keep such valuable sccretj
from the general public.
To Prevent Cuba having Liberty.
The blackest element of the situation
is the masterful craft which is now be
ing employed to defeat the principal ob
ject of the war department by sup
pressing the Cuban republic, which has
tias gallantly fought for three years In
the field of liberty, and annexing the
island to the United States.
This scheme of national dishonor is
being pressed by a gigantic combina
tion of Spanish capitalists, backer] by
the Spanish government and aided by
the very Americans who tried to pre
vent the war and sympathized with
Spain in her merciless campaign of
murder In Cuba. Spaniards and their
American accomplices know that an
nexation to the United States means an
enormous and Immediate rise in, the
value of Cuban property, which would
not tali ■ place under native rule.
They have even secret hopes that
with annexation the United States
might guarantee some fraction of the
Immense Cuban debt.
But in this they will surely be disap
pointed. for I know- of a certainty that
every American commissioner is deter
mined to resist every responsibility, di
rect or indirect, for the socalled (Cuban
debt, a debt which in reality has no
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One Soldier Killed and
Nf*ro SoMkr Tikfß B» Provost
Guard and Oiler Nfftroey Trv
to Krtraw Him.
Ibe Firing Became Orneml and the
Rioting Soon Sensational- • Dis
graceful Affair at Camp
Wheeler i bis Horning.
II By Associated Frees to The HTrnld.J
Huntsville. Ale.. Oct. 11.-f
| One soldier waa kiPed, two fg
j tally wounded, acid two seriously
wound.sl ut Camp Whe.-ler in-
I day. Soon Kiter the arrival of
1 the tenth cavalry one of tin
member* was arrested by the
provost guard for disorderly
conduct, and an atumpt was
made by his comra les to release
him. Dne was abut, whneupon
the negroes in the f.atn sMaed
their arm#, and the shooting be
Three of the tenth cavalrymen
were wounded! two men fatally.
The provost guard lost Corporal
McLaughlin! Co. U lOth Infant
ry killed. Privates Miles, Co, Me,
and Larkin, Co. L, are seriously
MR. /TKINI EY SPEAKS.
His Words in Response to a Big
[By Associated Press to The Herald.]
Clinton, lowa, Oct. 11. The presi
dent’s Journey from Chicago to the
Mississippi river is a constant ova
tion. He spoke a few words in re
sponse to an enthusiastic welcome at
Dekalb, Ills. "It is no part of the pro
gram," said Mr. McKinley, “that I be
welcomed by the people of Dekalb at
this hour of the morning, but I ap
preciate the generous welcome and
share with you in the congratulations
to our country and our army and navy
for the successful issues of the last
four months. lam sure there never
has been a time in our history when
patriotism has ibeen more marked or
more universal ithan today, and tue
same high purpose which characteriz
ed the conduct of the people. In the
war will influence and control them
in the settlement of _peace.”
Whenever a California millionaire
dies all the lawyers go to work with a
will, . ,
Another Appeal For
White 'Lin lo Deikle.
White Primary or
[HAKE THEM PURE.
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H*l-Wkt« V««*f NNk* ttolj.
INNamMsi to !•*«* om AM iMn
tft#*# Itoy a..
a? virtit at tft* lai* •ftctlmi ia Atlanta i
i to tnti#t ailuMtir thmofl) Th* Cftraai* j
hiaijf «Lith tft* diaanatla* mannrr la
I «Mfh |krtiow ftav* b**a h*UI to th*
tftr future frith drum and ftf* ctdl*ct
|it» th* ward# of th* rtty hundred- of
Ifh* lofteat rlaaa of tdlt ftftd vaaatioiid
Of aror* r*ai*t*r them, and with thta
I miN of trr**fM*asihl( humanity roo-
Itrol eiertloo*. la a dltmrm** to our rlvl
llixatloa and manhood Whit* thea*
I thing* have haim*n*#t ia th* pa** no
I whit* man ran approve of ila rontia
liiat}** and should *«*rt his pow*r and
lash th* h*lp of his n*taht>or In putting
The candidate* presented In the dif
ferent wards for the suffrage of their
fellow rliiken* would much prefer the
elm lon to office by reputable rltlaen*
who make up the government and are
Its luting than by the horde of rough
riding element who ate bought anil
paid for on election day. or we we
very much mistaken
Therefore. Mr. Kdltor let the citi
zen* of each ward call upon the candi
dates asking for .their vote# aud only
piomlxc support to the one who 1# wil
ling to submit hia name to a while
primary. Another Citizen.
In the Fifth.
Yesterday afternoon the following I
notlci appeared In the paper#:
We, the undersigned citizen# of the
Fifth ward, favorable lo harmony,
welts primaries, fair and honest elec
tions earnestly request the while
voters of the ward to meet at Red
Men’s hall, corner Crawford avenue
and Broad alreet Tuesday evening at
8 o’clock. Oct. lltb. Several addresses i
will Ire made hy prominent men. Do !
not fail to come. Your presence is de
Lee W. Woodward, R. H. Sikes, B. E. j
Day, llecry M. Hair, H. L. Barton, ]
J. W. Riser. R. L. B>van. B. F.
Brown, W. L. Jackson .las Brother
ton. Jas, B Piatt. Joel .Smith. Win. C. !
Oibeosi. S. Schrameck. Dr O. B. Sal- j
ley. Geo. F. Sullivan. .1. R Kldwell. j
A Mattison Man Talks.
When lhe members of the Mattison i
committee met al the home of Mr.
Mattison lust evening plans were soon j
perfected and a meeting of their sup- ,
porters was arranged. Hicks’ brick [
tmll was secured, the Sixth regiment
baud notified that their services were
wanted, speakers selected and every
thing made ready for the meeting.
- This morning at the Tribune job of
fice dodgers were printed with "mass
meeting” notice upon them and were
distributed throughout the ward.
Simultaneously Iho following dodger
was sent broadcast throughout the
"Mattison for council; a great mass
meeting has been called for this even
ing, Tuesday. Oct. 11. at, 8 o’clock, at
Hicks’ brick hall. Good speakers will
be on hand and everybody is cordially
invited by Matlison’e Club campaign
A Commiteeman Talks.
One of the members of the Mattison
committee stated to a Herald repre
sentative today that the opinion of the
Mattison committee was that the Elli
ott men had seen that il was Impossi
ble to have a primary and that, the Elli
ott men had issued the call for the
mass meeting tonight to see if they
could not get the Australian ballot
system established for the election in
the ward; that for the future the Mat-
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CENTRA!. OF OEOROIA.
Meeting of Use MrokhofAera l<«4> In
.Savannah tin.. Oft. II. —The annual
roeeitngn of the atorkhoMnr* anil Bi
ice or# of ibe Central Railway of Otar
lii were held tbia morning at Ibe of-
Ike of Free idem H. M Comer. Of the
kuIMM share# of stork 49. MM wars
voted. The following tniard of direc
tors was elected: H M Comer. J. M
Egan Joaenh Hull. Alexander R. Law
ton. George J Mill*. T. M Cunning
ham and Abram Vetsburg. of Savan
nah- fleo. C Hsvrn Samuel Spencer
and Charles Steele of New York:
Kvan P. Howell, of Atlanta: C. B
Harrold. of Aroerlcua; S R Jaqiiea
and J. F. Hansen, of Macon and G-
Gmiby Jordan of Columbus. Ga. The
only new member of the board Is T.
M. Cunningham, who aucceeded Mr.
Patrick Walsh, of Augusta, Ga. Mr.
Wnlsh resigned some time ngo
After their election the director*
met and named the following officer#:
H. M. Comer, president: J. M. Egan.
I vli-e president; Edward C. Workman,
secretary; i M Cunningham, ireaa
tirer; H A. Dunn, auditor
A Run Away Negro Couple Seen on
Ernest Nash, a negro barber of Vl
lama, paased through the city today
with bis bride, The couple met at a
country dance over In South Carolina
yesterday morning and last night in
spite o.” the protects of the father lof
the bride) who is a well-to-do farmer,
ran away and were married,
i The woman was attired in a anow-
I white silk aud attracted general at
■ tention on Broad today.
Wives of Ex-Governor Bulloch and E.
P. Howell Victim of Thieves.
Washington. Oct. it.—Several Allan
lia rucmis hi the Arlington. Washing
ton's Hweller-,1 hotel, have been among
the many victim# of a eeije# of robber
' i“# Ihat have #o far bullied Ibe pub c.
! Mis. Bullock, wife of cx-Gov. "ul
! loci hull hei trunk broken open ir I
1 valuable Jewels stolen. Among these
] was a diamond neckless said to t.i
worih a thousand dollar# and perhaps
more. Mrs. Howell, wife pf Oapt. E. P.
Howell, wa# also a victim. A puree
containing money was taken from her
PARIS o|t THE VERGE
Of A BROODY STRUCGRE.
Paris, France, Oct. 11.—In ’ spite of
optimistic predictions of the end of the
strike being near, the strike eontlnues
to spread. The bricklayers and vvood
oarvers today decided to Join the strik
ers. The city, however, is perfectly qui
et, but the enormous increase of the
garrison points to the fact that the
government'fears political rather than
The Strikers’ central committee IS a
political and revolutionary organization
and it Is engineering the dispute as
if it were a strike proletariats. No con
flict between the soldiers and the stri
kers has occurred up to the present.
Not Since 1870 h|s X’aris looked so
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1 1*. iiitic.ic-: inn# held a, warats adiai m
!thk i.etnlna ptrpavatnry to th# fanh
I Jaaffaif is-st-vn *he h tvsgaw at I tlu.»
A iliiMifk to th, T.endow Evihaat*
land Tstsaraph ivnitaaf. fr-.m part*
~,» that United Ktatr* and B««auMh
psar# t*l,lllloisst-'osra are at sattrs t«-
rtan,-» rsamidin# tbs quswloti of tbs
|dl#|MMU:ton of th# PtvtllppUvss. and hav#
rrfsrrsd the mattar to their rsa*#etD#
A Madrid Report.
Madrid, hr am, TVt. II —Official cor
! respondents today say#: "Well Inform*
! sd rltclrs unnl ih»| th# p#ac# l.#«o
--nation# ais not proceeding aaitlafacto
. rlly. He nor hwa wriitrn ssk
lug for new IBatruvthma to enable him
Ito . oroe id an agreement with the Am
erican t iiuimladliiinra Hi* i#u#r* have
laven read at Ihe cabinet meetings and
the minister shave agreed upon the
, isrms of new instructions, which will
; t* »em tomorrow. A minister has -x
--pressed the opinion that prolrahiv >h-
Uhlllpplne question will not he dls-
Icus4#d. a# the Americana at# alto wait-
I ing for Inelrur lions.
Cuba and Porto Rico.
Washington. Oct. ll.—The American
iommlaalonsr# have notified the Ku*t»-
' i„h auihorltle# In Havana that ihe
i United Bt»ie» will >Mum« entire control
iof Cuba, military and governmental.
' December the Unit, the same runtro! to
' be exercised In Porto Rico October I*.
FREE OF DUTY
Where Charily Loads Can Enter in
[By Associated Pres* to The Herald ]
Washington, Oct. 11.-The war de
partment has received the following:
Havuua. 0> t. 10, Melklejohn: A«-is
taul Secretaiy of War: - Tiie United
State' can lßnd free of duty supplies
I for ihe deslliuie at ihe port* of Bahta.
j Honda. Calbairen. and Matunzas.
iSigned l Wade MaJ. Geo.
Ills Believed That Hostile Indians
Did the W ork.
Hy Associated PreH# to The Herald.
BemldJl, Minn.. Ocl. 11. Joseph
Gould, formerly an Indian trader, now
a firmer, was murdered Saturday
night near Leech Lake dam. it is l>e-
Ileved the crime bra performed by hos
Bank Broken Open and Robbed This
Hv Associated Frees tu The Herald.
Holland, Mich Cot 11.—Denhorger’a
private bank at Zeelan I was broken in
to ibis morning and ten thousand dol
warlike. A number of young men of ti
tle made a demonstration in front of
the house of the Duchesse Dcnzes, on
Camps Klyses Sunday evening. They
were led by Prince Henry of Chartres
and Count Sabran de Ponteves, and
cheered a passing squadron of cuiras
siers with Of las of "Vive Larroee.
Many minor demonstration* have oc
The many friends of Mrs. Dan Dur
ban will regret to learn that she Is
quite sick with typhoid fever.