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to plead. Itbert refused point blurk.
fvrwiafetr mwml at ht» worth, Aa*
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ment la dap*'ring sllcac* Tfera **•
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hrr rharb. fitkar w<mm la tka build
lat arraumad • th frtfekt at tka »fe*r
tarla. IVofet* 'm tka atraat ruakad to
tka kotMt A rroard aooa r Jllwtfd
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for aa ambulaar* IN- Holland, of
llailrrua. rrapoadrd. Th* fir) fiad Bar
mlautra aftar ha r*a<di*d k*r rid*.
Th* body was laid out oa a roarb la
Kbrrt'a room. It lay thrr* all Bight.
Tb* girl had fulfliltrd hrr roof.
Just received, fresh
Shreaded Wheat Biscuits
at E. J. DORIS-
Hon. R F. Wright, ol I Iherton. haa
(Atlanta Journal of Yaatrrday.)
Hon. 0. H. Stevrna. the new com
tniiminner of agrkultur*. ha* an
nounced a* a fact vfhai haa been u«-
derdood for some time, that Han. R.
K. Wright, of Elberlon. will be aa*iat
ant cemmiaaioner. Mr. Steven*' *t*n
ograpber. Mr. Donaldson, of Decatur
county, la the aon of one of the moat
prominent uw mill men hi th* state.
Hon. John Donalson. who was a»clasa
matr of Henry prady. at the Univers
ity of Virginia.
lt# * Tin Kind Ym Httt Wwan Boi#
AT POLICR COURT.^
Only One Case Was on Docket Thi*
Thccr was only one caac on the p-
Tfce docket thia morning. It via
against a contractor for putting ob
structions In the streets without warn
ing lights. The case was dismissed.
.This was the lightest docket in some
T rench Peas, Mushrooms and Har
dines ch“ap at Lainkln & Co.’s.
Death of a l ittle Girl.
The death is announced of Luclle, the
youngest child of Mr. and Mrs. P. H.
Rice. The funeral occurs from Sacred
Hcait church this afternoon at 4
This death is a peculiarly sad one.
The child had been 111 for a long time.
She made a brave battle for life, and
even after physician after physician
had pronounced her in a dying condi
tion. the little *ouf' rallied and ralliel
again. Only yesterday her parents were
in delight over their child's condition,
for the tiny patient had shown every
indication of imnrovement.
Her long sulTerng and her heroic for- I
thud* had doubly endeared her to her
1- rents and her two little sisters. The
child was more than idolized, she was
He Is Dead.
Judge Marshal J. Clarke. ”.hose Shl
den illness war told in The Herald yes
terday, died yesterday afternoon in At
11 «| lha price* Our magnificent
collodion of New Wtnt#r Mer. nandi*#, com
bining High QueNty with Low Price*, prove* *
r’Crmt Drawing C*rd."
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pjgrr. On MtAAr Mi** Cof# nlurt)
a fur rap*, and sh* so lafntm*d lb*
manager. Tb* managers fall oartalfe !
that I bay tbaft bad b*ru mad* by
someone la (hr house Mira Col* sc-,
cordtngiy procured a a*ar« h warrant,
aad with a policeman *b* searched th*
apart meats of ail lb* gusats. Mra.
West hall's mum betag the last. When
tb* policeman aad Miss Col* entered
Mrs West bail's room the first thing
they noticed was a large traveling
trunk which had b*ra strapped and
It was aecessary for the policeman
to burst the kwh. aa the key could not
be found aad after having removed a,
large quantity of clothing aad knick
knacks they found the cape. It Is said,
carefully wrapped up at the bottom of
the trunh. Mrs. W« thait when ar
rested wa* very Indignant, and de
clared that some trick had been play
ed on her. She was arraigned before
City Judge Kellogg on a charge of
grand larceny. She pleaded not guil
An adjournment was had until even- 1
lag In order that she might procure
counsel, and rhe was held In t- ; *h hall
to appear at that time. She Imme- j
dlately gave the police the name of
Rdgar W Folsom. General Secretary
of the Brotherhood of Andrew and j
Philip. *3 West 13rd street, New York
Clly. and asked that he be requested
to come to Yonktra. She called him
her nephew. The police Immediately
compiled with the request, but Mr. |
Folsom did not appear. To a reporter
Mrs. West hall said: “I am In a terrj-i
ble predicament. I did not take Miss
Cole’s cape and was Ignorant of its,
presence in my trunk. lam confl-l
dent that it is a plot of some of my
many enemies to do me an Injustice.
Yea, It Is true that I am a cousin of
Ex-President Cleveland's wife. My
home was originally in Lakewood, N.
J.. where I lived for many years with
my husband, who died there.” Henry
W. Honan, a young lawyer. Interested
himself In the prisoner's behalf, and_
secured an adjournment of the taje"
The Courage of Destiny.
"We have the courage of destiny."
fto said the President in one of his
Western cai platform speeches, and ho
I could not have found a more unfortun
ate phrase to put Info id* n mouth if
■he hud tried. It is the justification of
the conscienceless mind or the shield
of the weak heart, the uncertain pur-|
pose and the (iahbv will.
It is a pharse startlingly franb in Its
revelation respecting the character and
attitude of the President and singular- j
ly disparaging when spoken for the
nation. For the nation which halt the
courage or destiny is one which has
the courage to drift helplessly in the
tide of wordly affairs.
This Is not courage, hut weakness and
imbecility—the spirit of resignation to
all things as inevitable which distin
guishes ttnrweakest and most worth
less of Clod’s creatures.
There js to be found in one of Bui- |
wer’s novels ample comment c--. the
President’s hut unfortunate ex
•‘lt is deHtiny”*-r>h>ase of the weak
human heart, dark apology for every
error. Th.- strong and the virtuous ad
mit no destlnv. On earth guides < on r
scianca; in heaven watches God; and
“cfesUny” is but the phantom ve in
voke to silence the one and dethrone
TJ! AtJOUBTA 11 It: HA I.D
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* alia streets, voa always Bad a taw
li iaalin* 1% watch lag the hundred* of
I fare* that patsi yoa la lea ariaattw
’ job cm run wp aad dowa Ike gamut of
i hums* ciMmms Tfee streets are at
-1 waya crowded and at every step yoa
: take for fenos i wfeleaders rklana
; Japanese Nsprnes Frswcb aad Eng
j ll«b sailor*, aad la fßrt people Iron
j rvety nation
On* us thr queer character* you are
jaw the streets Is th* Cbtaamaa. vlth
ia pot* or bamboo stick arroas hts
j (boulders Oa Ik* eads of this htt ran
i any Mt «r IN pound* They ark
'very atinag tn»ihe barb* aad should-j
Aaolher character Is the well to do
native* They wear a pair at white
i Isncn trouser* and a very fine silk
' shirt, which hangs outside of the
! irouset * and vetrei illfefesra without
any sock* A good many American
soldiers dress like th* natter* when In
quarter*, aa it la cool when dressed
l hat way.
The gambling houses here run wide
. open. You can aea hundreds and
: hundreds of men engaged ia playing
aU soils of game* such as faro, pok
er. and monte. The Chlnea* game
they cgll fan tan. They pla.d this!
1 game without cards. It ia played with
The people of Manila are very reli
gions. They go to church every day.
You can ice them coming from church
every hour In the day with a prayer
book and pmyer-bends In their hands.
Manila Is a very fine place. The on
ly trouble Is the weather Is so warm
and we have rain every day. All of
the American soldiers are quartered
in the Hpnnish barrack*. We have
very nice quarter*, but have no bed*.
We have to sleep on the floor With
only one blanket. Of course we don't
expect featherbeds, hut we ought to
have some kind of cots. The Spanish,
people are very friendly with us; they
try to talk Englith and give us all tre
cigarettes we can smoke. Provisions
are very high. Chickens sell at four
dollars a pair; eggs seven ernts apiece;
meat ninety-five cents u pound; beer
thirty rents a glass. I tell you. It
costs a fellow something to get ou a
i I have a young monkey and have
' named him Dewey. I have lots of
other curiosities that I will take home
with me when the war Is over. Be
fore Joining Ihe army r was connected
I with the Savannah theatre. The Uni
ted Stales Army may be all right, but
! 1 can’t see any Jolte In sleeping on the
ground In water on only one blanket,
nnd marching yeven miles In rain and
, mud with a nine-pound gun on your
shoulder, and a knapsack with forty
(Kiunds on your hack. On August 13
when we made the charge on the
Spanish and Manila was surrendered,
' I had Spanish bullets flying around
and dropping by me like hail and rain.
But they eould no! hit me because I
had my rabbit foot with me. We ex
pect, to get paid off in a da;; or two.
and we will have two months’ pay,
and I suppose the Boys in Blue will
make things howl in Manila. I
would write more, but I am afraid you
will not be able 1o give me the space.
1 expect to reach home In time for the
Christmas dinner. Hoping The Press
is still on the toad to success, I will
Private John R. Masters.
Company A., 18th Infantry, U. S. A.
Lobsters and Game at
Coolness Among Fighters.
Shatter stayed away when Miles
spokt at Omaha, and Miles returned
the compliment. Probably the entire
navy would absent itself from church
if it knew Chaplain Mclntyre was go
ing to preach. •
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pkyatciuuu 4*Bue to fee a dear raan of
hydrophobia The dog wkuae W*e M
•apprawd ta have caused the d-ath of
tka boy la kwowa to have kiue* a
number of tribe* fernsnaa ami alao a
j number of dogs There is a *»»••
•mount of alarm awioag lb* frtrada us
, (he Iriiua persons aad llk dofea that
••Bered ara being subjected la a epe
The dog which bit yoaag Jaak* was
'oar* of a litter which formerly be
longed to Vincent N-»men a farawr.
Newman gave It to a IVdleh farmer
who live* near bis place. On the after
noon of Kept. It the dog ran down the
main street la Bay Bide dragging a
chain after him. William Durkin, who
m(nils the anda fountain In Dr. <l. B
Story's drug store In Hay Bide, saw thr
jdug coming, and. alarmed by some
thing strange la ll* appear*!trr. h*
jumped over a fence and got out of It*
way. The dog ran through Ibe main
*1 reels of the tow* snapping al every
body who got la It* way.
Charles Janke, the father of th*
dead hoy. caugh* Ibe dog aad lied It
|to a tree In front of bia bona* Then
he weal Into hi* houae to eat hi* sup
pur While h* wa* Inside hi* son tried
to pet the dog. The animal sprang al
him and bit him In the upper lip. The
nnlmal then broke Ita fastening* and
again ran away. Janke beard hi* boy'*
erlea and upon learning their cause
started cut to kill the dog. accompan
ied by a number of men armed with
shotguns. The chase continued until
about 9 o'clock that night, when the
dog was discovered in an orchard. It
wa* driven out to the main street,
where Policeman McCarthy killed It
The wounds of the boy and those of
a farmer nnmed Nicholas Beck. <vho
was bitten In the thumb sntl thigh,
were dressed thal night by T)r. Story.
The Janke boy went to school on the
following day and his wounds soon
healed. I-a*t Monday morning he be
gan to feel dlwy and complained to His
mother. That night he hnd delirious
spells and severs: spasms. He went
out yesterday, but ot periods during
the day was attacked again with
Dr. Story was called In again, and
he Immediately suspected that the,
boy had dydrophobia. The boy was
rstlonnl most of the time. He called
continually for water. Whenever wa
ter was offered to him he cried:
"There’s « lump In roy throat; I ean
not drink it. Take It away!” When
water was offered to.h ! m last night he
went Into eonvulsions. He snapped
his teeth and uttered sounds resemb
ling the bark of a dog. Injections of
morphine did not quiet him.
Early this morning he heeame ra
tional again and conversed with his
father and the physician. Then came
a repetition of the convulsions, during
which he frothed at the mouth end ut
tered the harking sounds. Dr. Lnu
rance, of Flushing, was ca'.led in con
eultatlos with Dr. Story. ..-Both physi
cians agreed that the boy was suffer
ing with hydrophobia and be was sent
(o Flushing hospital. His condition
became rapidly worse and he (lied last
night. It Is said that four men and
three other boys were bitten by the
dog In addition to about a. score of
B«ar« the Kind You Hate Always Boujlit
A Civic League Lawn Grass.
Oardclle, fee druggist, has the mix
ture of lawn}grass as recommended by
thu Civic League and remember its
good if it comes from Gardelle’s.
"INhs Spiro Speru ’*
Tfeou art art late, dear Mope, f would
Wlmi 4**t*o»» tft# bl(t4#«t m lit? ■mil**
Nay, rather let me drink Ike eparfc
Thou I»urr«t freely with n girt tell glen.
The Preo- nt's nurallng rltmlring on Ifejr
Around thy form hi* fulsome arm*
Th hide thy (harms from surfe and
eyen as mine.
And grasp the riches of Futurity.
I can hut love, cuqneltlafe though thou
And from thee nould some precious
A word a (ouch, a sigh for my poor
Lei nw* hear flora thee Is ray heart of
If life from thee be but a thing apart.
Then must 1 sleeping dream, bul
—ALICE A. PITMAN. In October Pall
Although! the lecture delivered before
the Lyceum last evening was the sixth'
delivered by Mr. George It. Wend
each one of which wa# declared to be |
superlatively good. It Is safe to say that i
the majority of the audience was ogceed
In It* division that ''ls Death the End?"
ia the heal lecture of Ihe six.
Although Ihe leclure of Wedn-aday
I evening was brilliant and interesting.
It gave* com para lively Inadequate con
ception of Ihe gifted speaker’s marvel
ous power*. The scope of last night's
subject was far whirr, and he look
masterly advantage of Ihe opportuni
ties It afforded.
Mr. Wendllng has a magnificent vo
cobulary and a rhetorician's ability to
combine It In the most llawless manner,
but he could not lx- called a word art
ist, for he nevAr sacrifices a thought
to the effect of a word. Language is
to him simply a convenient carriage for
the conveyance of an Idea.
Such Ideas a* they are! There was not
a listener there last night who did not
i have his eyes opened to a full realisa
tion Of beautiful truths such as he nev
er before even dreamed of. Naturally,
there was much curiosity felt In re
said the manner In which t*> strange
a subject would be handled, and this
curiosity was gratified In the most sat
isfactory manner (>ossible. His unan
swerable arguments proving the soul's
[lmmortality were presented not from
j the standpoint of emotionality or su
perstition, but from that of a faith
.which Is the outcome of God-glvcn In
telligence, and of logical reasoning
founded on clear headed Judgment
bached by years of profound research
and Indefatigable thought.
There Is not one who beard Mr. Wen
dllng last night who does not feel to
day that Is the richer by immeasure
able mental and spiritual wealth, and
who will not look forward eagerly to
Mr. Wcndllng’s seventh appearance be
fore the Augusta Lyceum.
E. B. K.
A Royal Home-Maker.
The tact and power of Queen Louise
of Denmark was shown In her ability to
make all her royal sons-in-law her
friends, and hei home the domestic fire
side to which they all (looked. Alex
ander 111 Is said never to have missed a
summer with her uml never to have
been so happy as while under her n»'.
The Princess of Wales went home to
her every year. All the children and
grandchildren gathered about the
Only the other day, the Duke of
York's eldest son, her great-grandchild,
and one day, iT he lives, to he King oT
Lngland, was carried there for a visit.
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« tn!»!* ym**n% of )oanf ilrt*. *o4 th#
rasp. • inn are at the muabm that till*
evil no longer ratal# in tsnfeu In re
! afert of girts under eighteen year*, eg-
I« rpt In quite Isolated rases.
Uublbans no longer employ as bar
! tnakla girts under eighteen, nor are
‘ sirl* under that age non usually era*
| ployed at tearooms and other refresh
Th# rRMWMAt## I# »att#!l*4 th*t. from
the confined and arduous nature us the
cropolyroent. seventy-four hour* a nrek
—which gives an average of over 1J
hours a day—ls long enough for any
woman t» work In a shop. They are
alao of opinion that those hour* are Inn
long for young persona under eighteen
years f age, wholly employed Indoors
tt agner's l.saltation ot Women
No poet ever lived who exalted wo
men a# Wagner does In almost every
arte of his dramas. The purity of a
spotless female soul waa for him one of
the great powers of Nature.
What God’s angel could not accom
plish the reacu* of "The Flying
Dutchman'' out of Batan's clutches--
I Henta, the virgin, achieve# by the aa* -
j tince of her life. Elisabeth dies In order
I lo kneel at God's very throne and there
pray for Tannhauaer whom the Pope
himself has not dared to absolve from (
eternal perdition. Brunfellde Is, there
can be little doubt, th' sublimes! fc- j
male character that waa ever put on j
the stage. And what the poet drcsmc.l
of, the man sought for. In real life.
October ladles' Home Journal.
Wednesday afternoon Mr*. Deriaus
sure Ford entertained charmingly at
euchre. The room* were very lieautlful
ly decorated, brilliantly lit. The prize*,
;t *llvet' aalve-box and a Jeweled powder
puff, were won by Mrs. McGowan and
Mrs. Ford * guest* were:
Mr*. C. A. Withers. Mr*. George T.
Barnes. Mrs. T. P. Drench, Mi* A.
C. Hutwell, Mrs. Massinaale. Mrs.
Stewart Phlnlsy. Mrs. William Miller.
Mrs. McGowan. Miss Annabelle fran
ston, Ml*. Henry Cohen, Mrs. David
son. Mrs. Ctrtle Cochrane Mrs. Tom
Alexander, Mrs. Margaret 11. Dugas.
Mrs. Beeson, Mrs. Caswell, Mrs. Edge
worth Baxter. Mrs. Asbury Hull, Mrs.
Friends In Augusta have received In
vitation* to the marriage of Mias Kath
erine Branch Gaulbert ami Mr. James
Lnv.ton Kendrick, which will take place
on the evening of Wednesday, Novem
ber the second, at half-past six o'clock,
Ht the First Presbyterian church,
Mr. Kendrick has many friends In
Augusta won during a number of vis
its here several years ago.
Mr. George R. Wendllng has engag
ed 'a suite of rooms on thr Hill, and
Immediately after the holidays will
bring his wife and daughter here to
spend the rest of the winter.
The Thursday Reading Club, enter
tained yesterday by Mrs. G. It. Argo,
will be entertained next week by Mrs..
Joseph Eve Campbell. A full attend
ance is especially requested.
The engagement is announced of Miss
Roberta Crisp, daughter or the late
Speaker Crisp, to Mr. Carr S. Glover,
of Americas, the marriage to occur In
Mrs. H. IV. Banks of Waynesboro is
the guest of Mrs. C. A. Doolittle.
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Dm* #*fs»h*s*.. aad let ifeat sea
ms a. Hot' ym<r edsta f«e
weddm* wisttMu . siuag ■ •>d»,
bhi#. Th# »»»? tau#t a#4 (•#s!
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fit t#ff •# 4 •*»T^*|#i#MhßhfA
Dunbar & Williams,
an Broad Street. Augusta. Ua.
(turner hat It tN I
<4Hnrt <4 III* mini *HI
mi ift| • t-rtf loffty ftmtvg amiMiß IHN
I <nf fMNif Aiifwli
Ift*# Kannti (Dnrr«*il dan h*t
•a miM at huMtw to the quf'B u IM
rfIWK North Carolina Mato Fair.
lira. Mary Itrlt* Infrilani la <M
carat at Mr*. Katr Cianion Wn*tg*g.
I CUBED OF $17,500-
A Klondike I ra* rller Terlr " llh
Marti l ock.
1 S.tn Franrlaro. Oil.. Ori. soChar lea
It. Montague. aho baa juat rrturnad
from (hr Klondike. and la now a curat
at Ihr Palace Hotol In Ihkt rlty, araa
robbnl at ararnly pnunda at cold dual,
valued at 117.500. on a train coming
from Portland Monlagur had all bin
4 rrastir* id oof villm, which ha krpt
concealed in tbr arrtion of tha Puli*
man rar occupied hy hi* wlfr and him-#
Iself. A* Iba train approachrd Mout
Shasta. Montagur and hi* arlfr »«t
to the plaform 10 vie* thr scenery.
When the train arrived al tha next
station thr vallae war found to la
mlaainc nnd no elue to the thief ha*
Montague »ay* that California scen
ery la dear at the price be paid. He
wit *OOll return to Alakaa for more
Lobsters and Game at
NOT FOR CARNEGIE.
He Is Not to Build Any Ships For the
New York. Oct. 21.— Andrew Carne
gie and H. C. Frick arrived from Eu
rope yesterday on the steamer Kaiser
Frederick. A Sun reporter asked Mr.
Carnegie about the blc shipbuilding
yard which. It was reported, he was
Interested In havinc established at thla
"i have nothing whatever to do with
the matter," he replied. "Such a yard
ought, without doubt, to be establish
ed here, and I haVe been invited to be
come Inierested io t. I have taken no
pecuniary Interest In itle matter, but I
shall give It my full moral support.”
Mr. Carnegie’s eyes twinkled as he
talked, and he put an extra emphasis
on the word “moral.” He also said
that Mr. Frick was not connected with
the projected shipyard.
A Suggested Bill of Fare For Puzzled
Cream of Wheat, Sugar anrl Cream.
Shirred Eggs. Corn Fritters.
Milk, Cocoa or Coffee.
Panned Fish. Potato Salad.
Veal Pot-pie, Baked.
Green Peppers. StufTed with Riee.
Cream Tarts, Coffee.
Just received, fresh
Shreaded Wheat Biscuits
at E. J. DORIS.