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P, L. U—k as rfci—irhM, a at
1, C. Womlm* <f iMtlaori' !• at
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William Morn o t Phlladelpkta I* At
H r Trmpe of CkaiUßon I* *<
J T. Bcbroed*r of Baltimore I* »l
A. f I<**b. of Birmingham Ala, I*
at fV t'lantawA '
Mr W S Krower rotan>*d from Mn
ran kit tipi
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It W Bufrhdrd Of (Spartanburg la
•t Ik* ArIBNttAA. *
M m K 4C |<,hi**on, of BrAufort, I*
I* Ik* ettj* today
Janu. - A RaailUoa. of Dayton. 0..
D At th* P'aßter*.
H. C. t'Htford And wlfr, of Ckleafo.
Ar* At tk* WA—rr*.
J Ball** Onrdon. of Bom*. Oa.. 1* a
gur*t at Ik* Planter*.
C. L. MrClrndun. of the Coats
Thread.. company, la at Ih* Planter*
J W H*ard of tk* Darky randy
company, of Balilmor*. la at Ik* Plant
Mrs Isadora tM*y and Mrs Owen
Moor* aro visiting frl*nd* In Ma
Dr S. B. Swlgert and Mra. Swlgert
of Ridge Springs 8. C. are in the city
Tke friend* of Mra. Mantle Olbhep
will be pleaaed to hear tktaf she I* bel
Mr. A. J. Sallnua earn* np fro*;
Charleaton last- night aad la the gueal
of Mra A. OR Vg#*».
M P. Hgckermaa. representing th*
Ilfoddon So»|)> company. *P Boston Is
registered fft tt'AMPthritPhl: ,
W. C Ruaaelt, of Pelerabtirg. Va.. la
(he Flantera. Mr. Ituasell la agen*.
ir th* S A. I*, at the above place
lion. William Liffle. renmor from
this senatorial district, hts wife
and child, arc atopplng at the Arling
The following New Yorkers are stop
ping at the ArUngton: Julius Welsa J.
O. Clark, H. P. Clenworth. W. A. Wil
B. D. Kvatis, solicitor general of the
middle circuit Georgia court, is at tha
Plnnler*. Mr. Evans Is a candidate for
judgeehip of the circuit.
Miss Jessie Poul left yesterday tor
Latrtonvllle, where she goes to act as
bridesmaid at the marriage of her
brother. Mr Charlie Paul, lo MU* Ag
gie Chance, which occurs today.
Mr and Mrs Clias. H ltaystea 1 are
ot the Planters. Mr. Ha.vstead is
manager of the "Remember the
Maine" company, which shows here 10-
nlght. Mr. Haystead was cighlent
years ago advance agent for Rose
Eytlnge. who played here ot the old
Masonic opera house, lie says that
:l,r chow tonight is "Jam up."
Macun News: Mrs. John Hill of
Washington and Miss Doughty of Au
gusta are the two charming guests of
Mrs Mintw Wimberly, on College
street. Mrs. Hill Is very popular In
Macon, where she frequently visits her
sister, Mra. Wimberly, and Miss
Doughty Is a acted beauty of Augusta,
a city celebrated for the beauty of fts
New Dutch and Kippered Herrings at
Lamkin & Co.’a.
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Was llama ln>a HU Wheel this
1 Ah—l a«»a I—ay Mr. I. D. Mart-
I «ar tnjarvd «a Hr- vt *ti—» He
i was ruuag Hi* wk*H JuM la Don* »f
ltSir**r » tuml'ur* *•••»*. tt»« a n*«ro
I man. *h<> *aa ailempung ta catch a
ra>. ran tarn him
j Mr. Hans— »aa thrown *»-.l*nll) t*»
Ike «i und. He aaa earned Into lb*
atora and IW. W H. O—gW a*nt t«w.
t t>f\ Ixurhir lh«l pftUrwt *
rft-iiaki ~* bad Wn dtat-e-atet by tk* fall
f§n4 th*! h «M iHvmly Urutard
Aftet Using tk* injur *1 member and
doing «n he cirtitd for Ik* aufferer Dr.
; nought" moved hla pat-eai to kla hum-
I §1 lot Hr«M§«l .
At t */! ». rounf» Mr Hnr:«t>f wmm
\ teat I.l* as easily a* could he expected
Th® Ellis Restaurant has
moved first door abova
Of lutual Real Latatc and Building
Association last Mtht.
Th* annual meeting of the Mutual
I it> at Katate and Building Association
waa held last night. The former hoard
of dlrei torn and offle era wer* r*-electe<l.
A S per e»nt dividend was declared.
I Mr. C. K Coffin I* president, and Mr.
W. C. June*, secretary and treasurer,
of Ih* association.
Smith A Wesson pistols from fS to
M. 50. Several good bicycle* for sale
very eheap. Good watches from $1.21
lo S6O 00 at D*wl* 3- Schaul. Rellabl*
Pawnbroker, under the Arlington,
EIGHT OF THEM.
Offenders and l-'lnes at Court of the
The following I*l h section offenders
were tried and tim'd by the recorder
John Norris, $2 so.
James Day, $4.00.
Gov. Brown, $2.51).
Joseph Co*. SI.OO.
Joe Crawford. $1 60.
Harper Williams. SI.OO.
Robert Weeks. $15.00.
Andrew Palmer, $2.50.
We have moved to the
Ellis Restaurant stand at
71 7 Broad street. Will be
glad to serve all, old and
Slim Attendance Before Judge Eve
A slim attendance greeted His Honor
Judge Eve at city court this morning,
only two cases being sentenced.
J. P. Thomason received a three
months' sentence for vngnmey.
,lim Henderson, found guilty of lar
ceny from the house, will serve on the
county chsingnng for six months.
Only steel lined ond burglar proof
safes used. Money loaned on anything
of value at a low rate of Interest. Wa
terbury alarm clocks. 75 cents. Lewis
J. Schaul. Reliable Pawnbroker.
wTc. T. U.
The regular monthly meeting of the
Woman s Christian Temperance Union
will be held tomorrow afternoon at 4
o'clock at St. John's lecture room. All
the members are earnestly requested to
be present. The public Is cordially in
vited to attend. „ _ .
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! Jamaica. Cuba. B* *l. !«*• Dear
Mother:—Tour loag-kmk— -for letter
was Just r—rod yesterday sod I ws*
I v*ry glad «o kesr from y— all. lt!
was the Brst word I hats heard from
I th* United Stales nines I left Ba»*n
i nab, ftor w* n*rer see a —per here
that tr* can road, or h**r a word from
th* L’aitfd (hates. I waa also glad ta |
hear that y— aro all well; as for rny
aeir. I was wry alck for four or Av«
day* about two weeks ago. but am
wall a* usual.
I don’t know whether I had yellow
fever of not, as I was stationed on a
sugar insolation for or flve miles
across the hay from Cal
maoera and could not
secure a physician until larula
Reese (Jap Keeae’s brother) waa
' stricken with yellow fever and died,
'and ns we had alt been together a
short while before he was taken, they
sent for me and the rest id the men
who were with me and put us In
quarantine at On—tanamo for ten
day*. Guantanamo 1* a city of about
twenty thouaaud people, about twenty
live roilce from where 1 was hut was
nearly well when ihey came after me.
After I got out of quarantine 1 waa
sent here to Jamaica and Joined the
rest of th* company, Jamaica la about
ten miles from Guantanamo and 1*
surrounded by mountains except one
little gap where the railroad comes In,
and the train comes twice a week, but
If any one gets sick they run a special
to bring the doetor up.
We arc camped where Gen. Toral,
the Spanish general who surrendered
at Santiago, used to have his head
quarters. and there Is a telephone
from here to Guantanamo, where our
headquarters are and the doctors and
hospitals are. There 1b about one-half
of our comtmny sick, but the most of
It eeems to be chills and fever and
they arc first np and then down. There
is no one very bad off today. Pel*
Checks waa very bad off Indeed yester
day. but he Is better today. They
keep quinine and cathartic pills here
to doctor those that are not very bad
off. Up to this time (here have been
hut two deaths In our company—
Reese and another boy from Harris
burg named Walter Gray, who died at
the hospital night before last of pneu
I am feeling all right, and take quin
ine every night to keep the fever off.
We left Santiago the next day after l
wrote you. From there we took a
boat and came about sixty miles east
from there to a place called Calmnn
era, and there our company was split
up: sixteen of us were left there and
the balance came on here. From there
T was sent with flve others to Tj)s Ca.
nos until Reese died and (hen we were
all sent her after coming out of quaf
We have canned beef, bacon, onions,
rice, canned tomatoes, beans. eoffeS,
etc., to cat. but I can't eat the beef.
There is a baker here and we have our
flour baked into nice light bread. There
are two or three cotvs here and T get.
milk sometimes, hut It costs forty
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J Pttrtnla, Doubla Barret Gun* Ptstwls. ,
Harrington 4 Rbhaednn* Brand a*w .
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••REF<M*MS** IN CHINA.
Mow They Have Started Out There to
Pekin. China. Oct. IS.—tftpwclsl CaMe
INspaSeh to The New York Suu.) —An
edict, has been laaued ordering the sup
preWMoo of «h* native proa* and th*'
punishment of the editor*. It also can- ,
;< *l* (V new meth ala for the examine
-1 lion of students lhal were promulgat
-1 ed during the past y*ar.
! This Inst Step will be welcomed, aa
j the new method* meant the depriving
lof some hundred thousand students
I from the fruit* of their labors.
| The board of agriculture Is abolished 1
j and ll* president la degraded. All off!-
I rials who petitioned for reforms at*
J The final contract for the Mew- j
(Thwang railway extension loan Of 2.-'
250.000 pounds has been signed by the
director of railways, and the Hong- |
Kong and Bhanghal hank.
Shanghai, Oct. 13.—Huang. ex-Chl
nese consul at Singapore, and lately the
minister-designate to Jutotn. has been
arrested here by order of the dowager
\ enrpre.is in ctmneciton with th* reform
Her majesty’s genera! prescription of
the progressive* constitutes a reign of
terror. The recent edicts were al Issued
by her aole authority. '
The guarded comments of the native
press Indicate that al Jexcept the high
er officials are In sympathy with the
Yuhama, Oct. 12. The Japanese Ifbv
ernment has ordered the landing and
Immediate march to Pekin of a force
of bluejackets to protect the Japanese
Carried Out on Georgia Train to Macon
The Georgia night express that left
last night carried out an extra sleeper
to Macon on account of the large crowd
that went over to attend the carnival.
A large number also left on tne 8:15
train for that place.
Ordered to Charleston.
Washington. Oct. 12.—'The people of
Charleston. S. C., are to have an oppor
tunity to sea some of the warships, for
1 nt the Instance of Representative Elli
ott, of South Carolina, Secretary Long
yesterday gave orders for four ot the
warships to go to Charleston to partic
ipate in the jubilee exorcises there on
the 24th inst. The vesaels named have
made honorable record* during the
war. They are the Witoalngton. which
was in the lighting at j Cardenas, in
which Bag'.ey was ki|4ed; the Nash
ville. which fought at Kftenfuegoe; the
Montgomery, which took part In the
bombardment of the Santiago forts,
and the Princeton. t
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Chicago Oct. It—W. It H*r»*y.
general manager of the way* and
m—na commute*. No. 10*4 University
building. Chicago. Is la receipt of th*
follow ing letter from Col, William J. j
Bry—. dated Jacksonville. Ft*
My Dear Sir:—l encloae a pledge for j
monthly contribution* to Ike cause of j
bimetallism until October, I Sou. togetk
er with the tnatnlment for this month, j
I moot eordtnlly endoroe the plan
adopted by the committee and am c—-
fldent that it will reauK In the collee
tlon of a large fund for the circulation
of bimetallic literature. ftlnee your
light la In the Internal of the "plain
people"—to use Lieoln’a phra*e- or i
the "common people." to borrow a bl
bte term, we must appeal to them for
the means of carrying on the contest.
The financier* can contribute large
sum to support the gold standard be
cause the monopoly of money give*
them great pecuniary profit. Surely,
you can appeal with confidence to the
millions who suffer from a rlalng dol
lar and falling prices.
Having brought freedom to Cuba,
the American people can renew the
struggle for the financial independence
of the United State*.
WM. J. BRYAN.
MANNING HAS LIKELY
BEATEN SENATOR MOSES.
Close Vote in Sumter’s Third Sena
torial Primary Election.
Sumter, S. C., Cct. 12.—The third
primary for state senator from this
county waa held today nod though In
tense Interest was taken by the frienda
of both candidates, the election passed
off without incident at all the pre
cincts. A 1 the precincts but one have
been beard from and this will Increase
Mr. Manning's majority. The returns
are as follows: Manning, 764; Moaes,
GEN. WOOD S REPORT.
The Sick Cases and the Deaths at
(By Associated Press to The Herald.)
Washington, Oct. 12. A dispatch
from Gen. Wood, commanding at San
tiago. says there are 681 fever cases
and 1.159 sick in the command. Deaths
—William Lewis. Co. B, Ninth United
States volunteers, typhoid; Charles
Simmons. Co. F, United States volun
teers, endcarditls; Berton F. Denny,
Co. B, Third United States volunteers,
Beam the •* Kind You. Hare Always Bought
Khartum, which it took Genual Kit
chener tyro years to roach, in conse
quence of the sirdar's thoroughness,
IS within less thaa days of London.
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STROWOLR ill. SELL 17*6.
office aod Yard No. 1 Macarta* street
Lutker Child*. . C. Cadle. John Clem
on*. Jo# Corker.
J> —Paerhall Dunn. Hamp Da—Ol. Prof
Albert fMeksoo. Tho». J. Davi*
K—L. It. Rdm—da
T. Charlie Fraaer, J, L. Pride*.
O—J. T. Goins. Jos. Gay.
H—lSanaon Howard. Julius Hillman,
Rev. J. Harwell House. C. W. Hol
liday. Dr. David Harrlgan.
j—n*o. William Jones. Thomas Jor
dan. 8. C. Jackson, Jamea W. Jordan,
Jame* Johnson. Bam Jennings. Prod
K—G. A. Keelin. W. H. Kirkland.
L—O. T. Long, S. K. Lowe#, Boale
M—G. W. Morgan, Bam Miller. Rev.
Jessie Mayer. J. T. Mackay. L. J.
N—J. Tugler Nobis.
O— K. W. Ostram. K. L .Osborn.
PJ. C. Patterson, Kuston Pembleton.
A W. Pierce.
R—J. H. Rucker. J. J. Riggins.
S—William Stephens, Willie Smith,
Gilbert Smith. S D. Shearer. George
Shaw. Mr. and Mrs. John Sherman.
T—w. N. Thomas.
W'_B er t Wtllidon. Bolt Williams.
MI SC ELI . A N EOl r B.
Augusta Wood Yard. Musical Direc
tor Amateur Musical Club. Secretary
Fair and Race Track.
W. H. STALLINGS, P. M.
John H. Forbes Dead.
(By Assoeiated Press to The Herald.)
Boston, Oct. 12—John M. Forbes, sr.,
president of the board of directors of
the Chicago. Burlington and Quincy
railroad, died at Milton today.
TOO LATE FOR CLASSIFICATION
Augusta, Ga., Oct. 12. 1898.
DURING MY ABSENCE FOR A
short time. Dr. W. H. Doughty. Jr.,
will attend to my business.
W. H. DOUGHTY.
MISS BELLE SMITH'S DANCING
school at her parlors, northwest cor
ner Kollock and Telfair. Children,
men Mondays and Thursdays a.t S
o'clock. Oct 20
ROOMS TO KENT AT 141 BROAD
street. Oct 15 .
tooa >5 rumei *i
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*|y ja iHH f t UlUrtf
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1 44**4*p *• *• .«• »• *> 4J#| 444
I T#4#l H**** .. « •«,, IMH3 IIJM
I $41,0 IHklttßl. gIIIFMPVT*.
—t*s W*l***ro Shipro-nt.
—turftar ... ISM 77 2*44
Monday . .. 1174 M* at
Twnwhty ~ •• Iftß* y*s 3*M
Tutsi .. .. Uftl <m lltll
1 art taw
I N*t itotSM baity ~ •• Ilf! I7D
j TkriMfft e*(t— today .. •• 4* 4*
Utm* aesroto** tnftfty .. .. IW t*o
ftTtXTK AND RBCEIFTft.
I SiMk In Augusts .. .. 2 end M*M
Ibrolyu Slur* Kept, t .. l*lftl* 74**t
Attiwtt, (!«.. Ort It.- Th#*> «• !.**• ,
f th!u# Rtv I# *%r*mk4* lo til#
I fii#r fl .
I Urorpenl rahlrs war* a Shade better
; than yroteeday. Ik* beat feature leini
Inn advance nf S-2Sd in i| v, lf with sate*
New York showed 1 to 4 pain's In-
I provement on the first roll, hut et-*.)
I> ff gradually to taat night's
where it has Since held steady.
The weather report * aro favantW*
and retlept* are large, but w* do not
advocate selling cotton at present tour
range, except for quirk scalping tusn*.
PAINE. MURPHY d CO.
The following qindallons. the dosing
Iprices taken at t p m . aro over thi
I.'s»•<.ial wire* of Paine. Mutphy A Co.t
NEW YORK CtITTGN.
January 5« '•.»
1 February 5 »* »•«
March 5 40 5.9*
May • • • .. ■• •• .. .. 5.4*
i June .. •• •• •• k-5 5 k. 49
I August ~ .. .. 5 5» 5.57
I October .. .. •• 5.14 6.1*
I November 5 2* 5.19
i December 5.29 5.24
Ti*ie . Steady
Middling .. .. 54k
January <nd February 2 S 2 2.W
February and March .. 3 00 2 S3a3<J
March and April . .. .. 3.00 3 00
April and May 3.02 2.01
May and June 2.52 3.02
June and July 3.03 2.03 93
July and Aug 3.04 3.0! M
Aug. and Sept 3.05 3.01
Sept, and Oct 3.00 3.0)
Oct. and Nov 3 00 2.»7
Nov. and Dec 2.53 2.82 d
Dec. and Jan 2 62 2.02 53
Galveston 14092 21R61
New Orleans 11051 11779
Mobile 604 2332
Savannah 11698 10270
Charleston 5212 2079
Norfolk .. •• .. .. 4647 4043
New York 513
Wilmington 3106 3601
Boston 763 116 i
Philadelphia 175 113
Estimated total 40810 60159
Otober * s ’4 *l*B
December 65 65*4
May 64’4 *3*4
December 30% 30^4
May 227, 32%
May 23% 23
LAKD_ 4 71
December t- s *
January 4 - 90 4 - 8^
October 5 27
December ~ 4
January 4 ,0 4,6 ‘