DON’T FOROKT IT.
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•fnowHof# for o»U*fr#M*t Oolfvotf. Mo*#. Cot*#.
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•Chofcirty (ton*«# to Um com!*#* * of (Mi Oort of oi*r
tmnmow. Wo know thol It*# Mus of lodoy «rM bo Iho
moo of tomorrow, and wo oro bornnio* now to cot*
tfvato hit Irtdt for IHo Urn# whon »*o*M nood Prtnco
Aiboriw and SwoNow Tad*. Th* Hu u
ready for pmo&m who *ojoy baraam* nmvi alt wa aay.
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mam* w»y miaamwa* od*k R- Tfc*
negro ts aa M Wtoto* »• «k* a*
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—WA WA «*H a— "A 10*0 war." I* I*
Wt*A toflAtA fMAlllArttr a allowed
ktto <Kat kA *AAI«**A <9 oartoliy All*
wttk Ik* wktlA* Tk*r*Tor* toter on
wh*« k* hall***a r*rtaln rtgh'« belong
to fehn whether «a»T*rt or aot. lA*
Alta*** tfcar fc* baa wHfewM aM I--a
tfc* tool uud for tk* garyo** *«*l>ol*
d.n« kiwi to *totot* tow ktomrlf tAKih
-I*o ikAA. Mr CAltor. to wkAt we
know to Ao Uto am *bou'.4 w*
no* to rareful IA handling tkl* *l*m.o
thfe* Sfe la omr affda* taw w* might »*
tb* ran** In «!«• •«.* of lb* troobto
anumg a*. ' _
Aohi!* T rwMl WHh tntenwi
different iuaa nfctdfctkta* ha.lan a
teadenry inward* whit* grtmarie* lo
•ml* th* aatotlo* a* to who nhouid
to th* connriitoan In It* different
Wfeid. WMH iWiJtoMo* feAT tolrmlnded
. elMzen rontd h*r# to M* jl*alm to a
aaat la conßdl be'ng by a Jure
of ht* whit* tallow cllli*B* 1 e*n'l Im
agine and la at? J*dotn*ni If h* ob
ject# to thto mod* h* ahonld to aban
don**! by lh* white voter* of tb*
Every citizen who love* pearo and
good order, and that th* paanlon and
eicitement of lh* toft election may not
h* renewed, will Join with lh* Good
Government Clnb In bringing about
I wa* pleaiied. Mr. Editor, when 1
read in Th* Chronicle that »uch an
organization had gotten together, life
name portend* good for the eomtnn
nlty. It aurely could not adopt th*
name hypocritically, Itecnua* lt» **-
poeure would It* tolrtaln lo follow.
Thendor* M tnuat mean the doing
away with unfair *lai;tiona, fal»e reg
ttterlng of vote*, .pond*taolng In eve-y
way the purrhmusabl* and Ignorant!
negro vote bolding to a nrlcvt at- j
count—be he white or Wach the ;
peraon who would Induce the poor ne
gro to register oontrnry to law that he
may vote him many time* on election
Should thla club have adopted the
name of Good Government Club for
any other porpo**, # would be a tra
veety. and It* Insincerity would be
held up to ridleitle
Canton Glneer, preserved,
atT. P. DORIS.
HORSE RUNS AWAY.
Overturn* a Fruit Stnnd In His
Yeaterday afternoon a horse became !
frightened at the corner of Kills and
Campbell aud dashed out Campbell at
a breakneck speed. At the corner of
Tetfalr and Campbell the horse over
tut ned a frutt srand and then ran on
.•o Mr. Tom McCarthy’s, where it was
stopped. Besides the overturning of
the stand, no damage was done.
Yesterday afternoon departments t,
Z, chemical and truck made beautiful
tuns In res posse to a rail front box 1«.
They found a bed on tire in it house
. n Centre street between Beynotds and
tiny The fire was extinguished before
much damage was done.
Old fashioned buckwheat flour for
sale by Lumkln A Co.
The filling for these Is made of chop
ped olives and grated cheese.
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M. Q. kWMI. *f kntoWA I* A* <k*
I J, II wt HdlUnnfi. It #i (Uni
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Hr» H-«#W if IfeNMm It Iwti ffNHMI
[ Mr M A. Mml hm rttrnMl trmm
it is WHin i n f * •* tM
(««q || Rift, t»f Aflttia It it tit
W, tie RaftMwi. «I Mewla*. It mi ti#
R A of S*w Tort, it of it*
J, R R«fr«t of Atlooio. ft i lAd
C A. %l«**f**r of (IwrlMi. s lo «t
(low K Tool# of nuirtooMNi. lo ot
Wflilofll Moolfor. «f Nro Vwk, it ot
Row A. Dr Vrro. of Kt»#lhy. O.Uai
l||N* I' illl< i 1
Geo Utobberm. of CMwlaami. to a: (
G. W. Fuller, of Oafnesvlll*. la at
C. C. Moaslaa. of CtaclAAAtl. la at
John It IHngl*. at Baltimore (a at
C. If. Andrew*, of Nashville, to at
U. F Hardeman, of Athen*. to a' |
Chrta Ha*>h. of Pten*Bßivlll*. Ky.. t*
at th* Plantar*.
A Y. Itavtiteon. of Pbltodelpht*. i*
at the Planters.
W. R. Boone, of Galne*vllto, 0* . 1*
at tit* Arlington.
Mr. John T. Mcßride, of Abbeville,
to nt the Planter*.
Julian Bachelor, ot Lowell. M»»»
I* at the Planter*
H. O. Ux-hbrldge. of Philadelphia,
la at the Arlington.
William L*wrrne*, of New York, to
stopping at the Planters.
Mr. and Mrs. Prank H Miller have
returned from Washington.
Mr. O. H. Puller, auditor of the G.. i
J. A 8. R. R.. I* In the city.
Mrs. P. J. Roper and daughter, of
Mobile, Ala., are at the Planter*.
Prof. N. Wilson Davit, of the Pnl
veratty of Virginia, to at the Arlington
L. A Middleton, of KOrepaugh and
Sella Brother*’ clrcua, i* at the Plau*-
Thomas Wise. George Parsons and
Adolph Jackson, of Cincinnati, are at
Hon. Thomas- K Watson passed
through the city last night, cn route
to Sylvanla. Ga.
Prof. Chas. Lane will
lecture at Masonic Hall.
Benefit Asbury Auxiliary
Organ Fund. You should
go as you will be pleased.
THE SPANIARDS YIELD.
Our Refusal to Shoulder the Cuban
[By Associated Press to the Herald.l
Paris, Oct. 27. The Spanish peace
commissioners have accepted the neg
ative view of the* United State* com
missioners towards the proposed as
sumption by the United States of the
(By Associated Press to The Herald.)
Philadelphia, Oct. 27. Secretary
Porter stated this morning that Mr.
McKinley would leave for Washington
at 7:30 tonight .and that there would
be a meeting of the cabinet tomorrow
morning. Mr. Porter declined to sny
anything about last night’s meeting of
the cabinet In this city, but It ts au
thoritatively stated that the session
was informal and no mention was
made of any communication from
The Earl of Minto, Canada's new
governor general, and Lady Minto,
leave England on November 3. for
th jc auoupta mw
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.t * M*e*at to* winter grew*** Tk* rmw
gto •« let(ogt«a 0* m* *mw to **o
.._ j, they have k*m*otet
k»r* ( a *(*•'• 1 will 01*00 • tot *f
At t > *g|o H»mgt- a (tk* wfc.«* w*l
. ate #fgfct**g rwg>o>»»t». rntogoto J of
Kentucky **o T*Soa**e* Tkay In not
a essteat belswm them g»v>v*o
Mr. Merritt (Xpert* to go from here
‘to Maras. *her* It* will open the ras
ter* at that pt»r*. when th* mMlwi
i get t brr* Capt O't Vaaor m aww at
"How long before yon expert tk* *oi-
i liter* ts change ramp* naked lh- re
i "Can't *ay for rsrtaln," repl'»o Mr
Merritt, "but expert It will h* wtthla
a week or ao lam awaiting *t>rtker
order* from Capt O’Comw r '
Mr Merrill aay* that tber* ha* been
'a provost guard of fC# men atattoned
' ta Lexingtoa and they hav* kept order
iwrll, the police having nothing ta <»»
with nrrvwtlng th* *oldlrr» when they
it* d'aorderly. Th* provaat guard ha*
!a hnrrack* to th* town nnd art a* a
regular pol e* fore* AnguK* will hav*
I the tame thing.
"There I* one thtog.” rrmnrked Mr
1 Mmrltt. "that tk* negro aoidl*i» will
|do and which great trotihic baa been '
1 bad to put n *top 10. and that la In
dulging In crap *hootlng. They get off
I in a secluded spot and 'roll dc bon**'
Ito a great extent. Etoveral hav* been
arrrated 041 that arcount. M
1 Mr. Merritt said ther* wer* at I mat
! 20,000 eoldlrr* mramped at ls»xlngton.
but th* weather waa exlremcly cold in
i that Kentucky city and that M would
be a relief to th* aoldter* to get to a
warmer plac*. *uch aa they will find at
Macon He la of th* opinion that Au
guxta will reap a h#rve*t of money hv
th* coming of the regiments here for
Mr. Billie Ford, a well known Au
gustan. la now at Islington, engaged ,
in conducting the canteen there.
Mr. Merritt has found Lexington a ;
very fair tort of a place of 30.000 in- j
habitant*, but he would rather live in
Augusta, he aays. The soldiers there I
have been calling him "whiskers” (ho
has been turning out his heard) but
he don’t mind that and Is glad to stale
that the canteen he has been connect
ed with has done a rushing business.
He may go hack to Lexington, hut
more probably ho will Jolp the sol
diers 111 Macon. All depends on what
he hears from Capt. O'Connor in a few
He came to Augusta to arrange some
private business affairs. ,
Fresh Malaga Grapes at
T. P. DORIS.
BROKE OPEN CAR.
Unknown Parties Went Into Freight
Car Last Night.
Police Officer Reynoldsreports a
freltiht car that was standing on Gwin
nett street last night broken into by
unknown parties. Nothing was taken,
so far as could bo discovered.
Place your order for fail suit with E.
J. Henry & Co., popular priced tailors.
Is Definite and Y M. C. A. Takes
Charge of Lectures.
Savannah, Ga., Oct. 27.—The Savan
nah I.ycdum has kindly turned over
their list of subscribers to the Y. M.
C. A., tbey having concluded to aban
don their course.
Fresh Saur Kraut at T,
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lh* dlrtnnc* hto*e*a th* de*p*rau>
Amelia and >h* otkat* gutokly ! acr*fc*-
My k*«: my k*t‘~ •** •*' 'kat
ram* from km. "My feat to teat *
w*(d* that tk* rto*c* stepped tonxnl*
■ aT ,, mrned hark Atselto
had |n*n left *sm* divtanc* behtad -
standing tunes h a iwfeil u*lt
b*r hand- clasped ov*r her forehead
||*r wheel lay shar* It fell when *h*
diaaMusted Da* th* braarh of th*
irr*. a llttto a bora her hung her bat
It had been thrown there by th* re
bound of lh* bmoeh which knocked It
Amelia pr****d her hand* on her |
head and stared at the rest of the re
turning party Ah* said nothing.
"I’ll g*< It.” offered one of the men of
th* party, "tt* rvay enough” Oh I
doa t. plea** don’t,' answered Am*Va,
.to lh* aatonivhmeat of the party j
”i(Save it alone.’* That roused the I
"Tut we have got to go on.’ feald J
op* of them, sharply, "we hare loat
t»n minute* already. Do you want to
go without It?" Amelia did not re
ply. and tb* girl fehaok the tittle tree
Down fell the hat landing on ita
crown Everybody turned to took at
It and Amelia stared with anxiety. Se
curely attached to the front of the
front of the band wa* Amelia’* cheat
nut l«ang. There waa silence for a
Tb « the laughter wa* unanimous
Amelia alone wa* tardy tn Jotnlng in.
She looked at flrat a* though she
would rather wtep, but thinking bet
ter of It she laughed with the other*.
Then she reached down for the hai be
fore anybody could hand It to her. and
turning her bark carefully adjusted tt
on her head. When she faced the
group again her chestnut hang was as
becoming as ever. "Come along,
girls," she said, mounting her wheel.
"There’* one thing about it. If ano»
ther tree knocks off my hai. It won’t
make a bit of difference." N. Y.
You should be at Masonic
Hall tonight and hear
Chas. Lane lecture. A
premium will be Riven
those who do not laugh.
It Caused the Death of Hrs. Bax
Mrs. Baxley, of N 0.1415 Jones street,
aged 68 years, died yesterday after
neon from heart trouble brought about
by the excessive use of morphine. The
remains wore taken on the 3:20 train
today to Allcxi's Station for burial.
New Maple. New Orleans and Geor
gia Syrups received at Lanikin &
Commodore Kautz, who has just
been appointed to the command of the,
Pacific squadron to succeed Admiral!
Miller, retired, was the man who. at
the capture of New Orleans, in 1562,
hauled down the "Lone- Star Flag”
from the city hall when Mayor Munroe
refused to strike the colors.
Mrs. John Sherman, who is ill at
Washington, ts aaid to have made a
study of the management of a house
and a hobby of housekeeping. Her
household was atwnys under her per
sonal supervisions-•* ■ , „
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Robenaos oevßrred a good whlto he- j
font the war. b«t tb* flag waa sever
ratoad again upon th* yol* Three
day* after Mr May w*« elect to Mayor
la HO. h* granted perm!**ton foe ian
gun* to he fired tn Angutoa In honor
of tk* bombardment of Fort Sumter
On thin day th* confederate Gag •**
ran up on th* **n*mbl* pol* amid
the cheer* of Ik# nmembitad crowd.
Some Ore or *ix year* afterward
when the war wa* over and the flag
daff had b*e« rut down. Dr. Cook of,
Beech |*.and had an old raft nnd •omc j
timber moved from a bend in the river
on hta plantation and t<eaeath the 1
driftwood discovered a skeleton. By t
means of a bullet la the chin, and a ,
watch and knife, the bonea were tden
lifted aa those of Roberteon The b*** 1
of the pole la In good coodltlon. and -
had It not been unenrthto It would
probably h»v# remained for «ev*ral
Large *toek new rmJMn*. *ll v*iieti*».
just received at A Co.'*.
New* From Bath, S. C.’
Bpeclal to The Herald.
Bath. S. C.. October 27, ISSt Our
new superintendent. Mr. H P. Metk’e
t,am. and wife, arrived last week from
Massachusetts, and we hope to soon
see our little town thrive under hi*
Wotk on the dam to being pushed
rapidly and we hope to have the entire
mill tn operation by the middle of No- ;
Mr. Henry Lorenz of Aiken to in
charge of the public school here and
to giving complete satisfaction to all
The family of Mr. B. F. Crouch
moved over from Augusta last week,
a valuable addition to our communi
Jdr. and Mrs. W. H. Dent have re
turned to their home In Columbia, af
ter a pleasant visit to Mrs. Mathis of
Miss Ivy Leaf Jordan, a very pretty
and attractive young lady of Augusta,
Is now our postmistress . She has at
once become popular wttH all and the
people are receiving the best service
they ever had.
Mrs. I* F. Bargeron ts on a visit to
her parents in Sardis.
Mr. Virgil Hollingsworth has re
turned from a visit to his parents in
Miss Allean Mathis is visiting her
sister In Columbia.
Mr. Job Dawson has returned to
Bath after a short visit to Mends in
Protracted services are going on at
our little church. The meetings
seem to do a great deal of good and
converts are being made by the score.
“Lessons Not Learned in
Books” is what Charles
Lane will talk about to
night at Masonic Hall. If
you have never laughed
you should go and hear
fyqht qoodS. right scr- j
vice. risKt prices.
Money back if otherwise. |
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COAL and WOOD
STRONGER *B*. BELL 17*6.
Offkc nod Yard No. 1 Macartao Street
NEW YORK COTTON.
O. C. O. C.
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Nov .and me 2-61 «2 2 *2
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Dec 66-6 «7U 32N 22*6 23H
May 67*6 67', 3t>. StS 24*6 243*
Pork Lard. Sides.
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Jan 9.07 9.07 4.97 4.95 4.67 4 «5
NEW YORK STOCKS.
On. Clo. on. Clo
Sugir 1145* 113% T0b.. ..128 128%
B. R. T. ..65’, 65% CBQ .116'* 116%
Mo P 33 33% L & N..36H 56%
Man 96% 96% P. G... 103% 104
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W. V 91%
The New York Mai! and Express
say* that the commission of military
Investigation is pursuing its work
: with a diligence and thoroughness that
bespeak in advance respect for Us ver
dict. Its mission in the southern
camps is to look the facts in the faoe,
and its findings cannot fail of truth
fulness. The war of victory over
Spain cannot be investigated too close
ly, for the more evidence adduced, the
greater right the nation has to be
proud of its feoldtors and their offi
The dried beef Is shredded fine and
mixed with finely chopped fancy p ck
lcs with mustard dressing.
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mh*fk *V Ini ItlDii fran Ofrvrrd
passed a wav.
*Uan I •»«»* W aHos Dtod I a*«
Tk# death at Mi»* Ltaste Walton,
wkich w o-red toat a gkt at kar hooM>
on R -no’to* rtrttat. wa. lenntod today
hi ttli si j< b tufpfUM* tii Mttjr #ipr#4-
>lon> of tono« Mis# Wsilos, it*
though In da Urate hea.tk tor wo*
lime paM had only hern ill for a few
day*, and tk* aanoaareinent of her
death *lll be * abork to awny Her
■irknaaa waa rau»*d by a genarn!
breaking down of beT con*iliut*oo,
rnaaad by tb* aril**. bn*y life *br bad
alway* tod For a number of yearn
Mi** Walton conducted a •elect pri
vate arhool and many of AuguMa *
meat talented men and women reretv
fd the foundation of their education
under her tutelage. Bh# «** a de
voted member of tb# FI »t Ptanbyu—
ri*u church, and a beautiful Chrtrtsaj
She ha* lived her life wlaely and
well and bn* now pa**ed away to the
reward that awaita bar. Ml** Walton
wa* the daughter of the tote Mr.
Robert Walton, and a atoter of Sira.
M. L. Robert poo and Mr Robert Wal
ton of thto city and of Mr. Lee Walton
The runersl arrangement* have not
yet been mad*.
Tonight, at Masonic Hall,
Chas. Lane will lecture
on “Lessons Not Learn
in Books.” Go and hear
him. You are bound to
DIED IN AUGUSTA. GA.. OCTOBER
2«th. I*9B, Ml#* Catherine Elizabeth
Wslton. Funeral eervlce# from Flirt
Presbyterian church. FRIDAY AF
TERNOON. Oc iaL'r 24 lb. flt 4
TOOL ATE FOR CLASSIFICATION
THE FINEST AND FRESHEST
stock of ftoh In the city—Blue tl#h,
speckled trout. Langley bream. Langley
trout, black ba#*. hlackfish, mountain
trout, bream, red breast, oyster*, chick
ens, and eggs. Send us your orders.
People’# Fish Company. 413 Campbell
street. Oct 27
JUST RECEIVED—A FINE. FRESH
stork of all kinds of fish, oyster*,
gan-e, chickens, etc. People's Fish Co.,
•,13 Ninth street. Oct 27
TRY THE NEW FISH HOUSB-
They have a fine lot of fish and oys
ters, etc: dressed and delivered free.
People's Fish Co., 413 Ninth street.
SPANISH TAUGHT BY ORAL SYS
TEM is quickly learned. Night clas*
of ten scholars, one fifty per month.
Information. Room 403 Dyer Bufiding;
Prof, de Pcreyr3. Oct 27
WE WANT YOUR TRADE - TUB
finest stock of fish in town : dressed
and delivered free. People's Fish Co,
41S Ninth street. °ct 3<
Mrs- M. Mitchell Wolfe
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE PRACTITIONER
937 Broad Street.
OFFICE HOI KS 10 A. M. TO 1 P. M.