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SPAIN MAY APPEAL
TO THE POWERS
Reported That She Will Break Off the Paace
Negotiation* on Friday. When Her
Time Limit Will Expire*
That la the Sentiment C«orea*ed in the Pin N*w»-
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rOKEF TMCR 5 DAY.
MaJ. Joseph a CwwHwtwg I* *« One
llu sp**krr» a« ChTtrstow.
Cktrinii* • C, No*. I. The
ini of Forefathers’ (**»
will be celebrated la Cbarteatow with
wonted Mtbui wot U»i y*of th*
pipm Ksgtend Stori 'ty tied the pleeeiir#
and profit of burin* Justice Brewer
of the Untied 81*ta* Supreme Court.
All Charleston welcomed tbe great
and (an I*l Jurist This year on the
Bad of Dee tuber, th« principal
iprtkir will bo Benator fianrf* F
Hoar of Mtsaa'husells. lha Neator of
tb* United State* Srait., and pci bap*
the tpost a< com pi a bad me>ntKT of
that august body. la bl* letter of
acceptance. Judge Hoar lay*: "I am
*i:re that you *lll not drub* I feel
myself highly honored by your la*!
tit 100 In behalf of the New Englard
Society of Charleston, a* I am deeply
touched and gratified by what you
aay In the Inter which coaveya It.
I thank Ood that 1 have lived to he
boid this day. and that my eye* have
seen the people of the whole country
united again In affection aa In the
Senator Hoar la chairman of the Ju
diciary committee of th" senate, and
there la a possibility that the great
question* that are being considered
bv the peace romm ssion in Paris
may confront tb* committee of the
r-nate ao as to compel a session all
through the Chrlrtmas holiday*. But
this contingency la ao remote that
while stating It Judge Hoar says: "I
hope and expect to attend your ban
quet on next* Forefathers’ Day.”
Among the O'her speakers who have
accepted invltat.ons to respond to
toesta upon the same occasion are
Senator Pavey of the New York Jegls
leture, tow In atendance upon the
Paris earn Commission, and Major J.
B. Cutnmlng o’ Auguata. Ga., whoso
fperch on The Old llonth several years
seo before the New England Society
Sot only electrified all who heard It.
but was published In several forms,
and is recognized as one of the clas
sics upon the subject.
THE I XTR \ FORCE
At the Postoffice Will Be Added on
Postmaster Stallings states that the
extra men that will be added to the
postofflee force will not be in
etelled before the 10th. There will
probably be three mare clerks added
to tbo riapertment. The mail for the
sr Idlers will be put up In special mall
pouches, each company having its sep
arate pouch. These pouches will be
called for by a messenger from each
regiment and delivered at camp about
twice a day.
The delivery of the military mail
will he entirely separate from the oth
There will be no kck, it is safe to
say for Postmaster Stallings has plan
ner the matter well and the soldiers
will get their mail promptly. The
clismge in the situation of the money
orler department will soon be madp.
The nature of the change has already
■ bee? made mention of.
THIS ISA COOO TIME FO.l THE Ml RRV-MAKIM ASSOCIATIONI TO REORGANIZE FOR BUSINESS.
it* Okfji a «m
THE AUGUSTA HERALD.
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NEWS FROM RICHLAND.
TKn Crop In OcofSN# CwiMy Art Es*
RirAUod Oxhi « County. 0». Not.!
1 —Farmer, batreabtmt art pref tr blue
over 1% eewta eo.iuo. though other
wise 1 think this raosiy t* ia better
rot.u in a that usual.
Theer has been more hay sown In
the county this full than In an* two
j seasons prex.ou* Hay ta now soiling at
j four to flve dollar* per ton Ther.
, was scarcely *ny fodder saved, and all
on account cf rain, though probably
there Is sever much lost by leaving the
'fodder cn the stalk, aa the core, when
, foder i* not stripped off. I* usually
! much the heavier. Your eorretpondert
; shucked up a small lot of corn laat
week and (elected SI ear* that weigh- 1
'ed 70 pounds, and thinks he cvn show .
SO ears that will outweigh one bushel—
j 70 pounds.
la this writer’s opinion Col. You
maa* la right about the rost of rais
ing corn; certainly corn can be grown
for ten cent* per bushel, but tht* must
be done on very rich land and with the
I beat of management, easona, etc. There
Ila land In this county that will mak*
100 bushel* of corn per acre without
any fertiliser, end the work can b*
done for less than ten dol'ara. but this
will not do aa an argument for raising
corn In the South. Forty cents a bush
el is nearer right, ard that is about
half whet it coal* the all cotton farb
er when he has It to buy cn time. Now,
Mr. Editor, (here Is where the trouble
Ilea with the Southern people They
are forever trying to buy a living at
two prices and trying to pay for It ia
cotton at half price.
Oconee made the finest wheat crop
this year that has been made In many
years, anrt there will be stUi a larger
crop sown this fall.
The County Fair anil Stock Show |
opens on Wednesday next. A good
many prizes are oFered. for various
kin da cf farm products and stock.
There will be racing and som» fast
herses will be there. Mr. Ben Harris,
manager for Mr. A. T. Smyth*, has
the beet trotting colts et the Sereca
race track that have ever been on ex
hibition in this county.
Dr. J. S. Strtbbllng sent oof a
young horse from Seneca this fall that
is probably winning the best purses of
any horse in the South this season.
This horse “Hartwell.” in his first ap
pearance cn the track, won the
for all purse at Macon, Co., til's month,
against some of the best herßef in the
South; time. 2:21; L. W. Verner,
Ocoree Is folly alive If coiton is only
worth 4Vfe cents.
Mr. and Mrs. John W. Hlllis have ;
issued cards to the marriage rs their !
niece,Miss Carobelle Racbiiffe,to Mr Os
car B. Stoughton. Themsrriage occurs
Wednesday. November the sixteenth,
at half pa3t two o’clock at the First
New York Futures.
New York. Nov. I.—Futures opened
steady. Nov. 5.02. Dec. 5,08, Jan. 5.13,
Feb. 5.18. March 5.22, April 5.27, May
5.30, June 5.34, July 5.35, Aug. 5.40. j
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CoprotiffD. Nov. 1. -«* Ktni OfOfl^
lof Grrtff sir •bdlcTU# In tl# *P f «o*
I In fftvor of frovv PnifN roittiidt#.
Tat* itpan la p» r »W«u b**e l» court
| circle*, but naturally ranaol b* verb
[ fled King Uvont* U Mill vla'tlng
bar* after a'umdtng tb* funeral of
bis mother, the Queen of Den-n«rk
Tbe krown unpopulnrlty of Prince
Constantin* with tb* Greek pcop'e.
attribute to him many of ibe
ml. for tune* of the war will. Turkey.
tends to discredit the Idea of bis fath
ers abdicating In bis favor. Ilia well
known, however, that Klag George
would Ilk* to retire and return to
Penmar.k If be could safely do ao.
without imperilling the future of hi*
NOT ENOt'OM DOCTORS
den Ba'ea’ Testimony Before the
Nov, 1. The war in
vestigating commiaalott this morning
b gan , examining witnesses The
chief wltneca waa General J. C.
Dates, who testified n* to the Santiago
campaign and Camp* Mobile and Cht
When asked what In hi* opinion
was the weakness of the medical de
partment. General Bates said that he
thought the greatest mistake made
waa In not sending medical officer* in
auff'cient numbers with the regiments
or., -red to tbe field. Additional
transportation should be fiinnished
for medical officers and medical *tip
p'iea. ambulances and horses. Dr.
Conners asked: “What do you think
of the propriety of allowing female
nurses to accompany the army into
“I think it perfectly proper,” be
said, "to have them In large hospit
als. but not In the regimental hospit
PUBL'C w ALE DAY.
Four Realty Transactions Took Place
Today was a dull day at the court
house, an unusual thing for the first
There was the usual array of hor
ses, mules, and vehicies, thronging the
square, but very few of them changed
hands, and with two or three excep
tions the horse that brought the far
mer to town was the one which car
ried him home.
Col. Walker sold a few pieces of
property: One-eighth interest in the
estate of the late William B. Broad- j
hurst, being purchased by Tutt &
Boylston for *195. In the adminis
trator’s sale of the estate of R. H.
Harris, tbo properly was bought in by
Mrs. Harris. Two lots on Twiggs
street were bought by Mr. H. H. Cam
ming for sll3.
Runnw y Last Night.
Last night as F. M. Dugas and his
eon were driving home on their wagon
the horse became frightened at some
geese and ran away. The wagon oolltd
ed with a dray standing on the street.
Both were thrown out, the elder Du
gas' head striking the curb and frac
turing hi* skull and otherwise Injuring
him. The son escaped with a few brui
ses. The son is out today, but the fa
ther, although not so seriously hurt,
as was at first reported, will be laid
I up for some time.
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army dull** dqvolvtoa upoa trooga un
der tbe «*w order of thing* cannot b#
satlofartory to votna'cera, aad aa rmy
will bav* to be provided which wttl go
wb*rv H Is seat wtthoot com plain u cf
any Mad Tb# men uk* eallat la tb*
regular army hWMfltr will aader
atand tbat they *r* likely ta be c*lt*d
upon at aay time to •** out of tl»*
eiuatry aad garrison diataot lands for
long periods. It la believed that the
demands which have been made upon
the eenetora and r*pr***etatlve* to
muster out volunteer regiments end
discharge the volnaleer* In th« r**i
meats which here remained in service
have been ao neat tbat they wUI be
.•envlnceC tbat a regular army fur gar
fteon duty in the new possessions la
an absolute geceaalty.
j . OFF FOR PORTO PICO,
Tbs Fifth Cavalry Aoon to Oo By »Vay
■ Huntavllle, Ala.. Nov. 1. —Brig. Gen.
Combs assumed command of the Sec
ond brigade, Flrat divialoti today.
Brig. Gen. Arnold ia now in charge of
the First rivalry brigade. The Fifth
cavalry expects to move to Porto Rico
In a few days. The railway* are asked
to make ratei to Savannah The Flrat
Infantry from Annlaton haa arrived
and t* now In camp at Went Hunta
ville, Maj. Biro* commanding- Prep
arations are being made for tbe troonn
to spend the winter here. A contract
Involving the expenditure of $55,000
was let for erect'rg mesa hall* and
ahedn, every regiment to live In tent*
supplied with stove*.
Washington. D. C., Nov. t. The
members of the war investigating com
mission who did not go to Lexing
ton, Cincinnati and other western cities
reached Washington today, and Will
hold a meeting tomorrow to arrange for
■a trip to Camp Meade, where it Is ex
pected to procure testimony bearing
upon the conduct of Camps Alger and
’Wlkoff• The Southern trip consumed
1 sixteen days. The run frym Knoxville
to Washington was made over the
Southern, and the Norfolk and Western
roads In the exceptionally short time
of fifteen hour*.
Presidential Appo ntments.
Washington, D. C., Nov. t. Ap
pointments by the President today were
ns follows: *
j Col. Sanme! M. Mansfield, of the
'corps of engineers, IT. 8. A., will he a
member of the California debris com
Third Lieutenant Richard M. Stur
doynnt will be a second lieutenant in
the revenue cutter service.
Joseph K. Goodrich, of Pennsylvania,
will bo interpreter to the consulate cf
the United States at Naaaskaki, Ja
The Emperor at Jerusalem.
Jerusalem, Now. I.—Emperor Wil
liam proceeded to Mt. Zion today,where
occurred tha ceremony of hoisting the
German and Turkish flags on a piece
of ground, which, according to tradi
tion. was formetfty occupied by the
abode Of the Virgin Mary, and which
the Sultan presented to the German
emperor. The latter subsequently for
mally presented She ground to the Ger
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Indian C> clone.
! WaablagttM. Nor 1.-The aavy de
1 part ment Is under ao apptehoaaioa as
to tb* safety of tbe Marta Teresa, al
though some fear to n* present at the
Santiago dispatches that tbe vessel
along with (be e*,aeons, bat* failea
Into the apbere of tbe Went Indian cy
clone. Tbe Teresa passed Cape Slayis
early jester day morning, bound far
Hampton Roads, and signalled "all
well” by tbl# time, accord'*)* to tb*
eakrtatloaa of aarat officer*, sbe
would be nelt to tba eastward, and
away from iba Florida coast. Mean
while tbe weather bureau reports a
pjc one farming southwest of Havant,
which will probably come up the
southwest roast of FloriC.t, and If thla
predict lea 1* true tbe warship wtll be
well away from the pathway of the
cyclone, at least a thousand mile*. The
Trreaa ia expected to arrive at Hamp
ton Haa da Sunday.
Refusal to Sett Stock of Gray & Son
I Savannah. Ga., Nov. t Receiver SI.
L. Bycit. in the case of the H B Claf
(tin company against Christopher Gray
ti Son. reported to the superior court
yesterday that he had realised from the
stork since the refusal of the court to
sell it In bulk the sum of $2,312.56. The
bid* for the tialance of it at the time
were It.jno and SI,OOO. He la now of
fered SI,OOO for what ts left by a coun
try merchant. Thla offer wns reported
to the court and accepted. The sale wttl
therefore be (topped at once.
INDOOR BASE BALL
Will Again Be Revived This Season
A revival of Indoor baseball will soon
occur, i-ast winter the sport flourished
for a brief period. There were so many
political meetings about the time the
sport was Inaugurated that t e atten
dance at the games fell off, as almost
everybody would go to the political
meetings. The game is an Interesting
one. and should be well attended. The
C. L. A.’s and the Y. M. C. A.’s will
put forth teams.
Flßrfs ILL BURNING.
The Flames in Nixon’s Store Giving
The firemen were again called out last
evening to the Nixon building to put
out a blaze that had broken out from
the debris. After two hours’ work they
left, but, this morning, the hay and
grain were burning again. The fire is
situated so that It is impossible to
reach it with the water, but a large
force of men has been busy all day re
moving the hay and sacks of grain,
and the firemen will now be aide to
get at them.
New Religion Causes Death.
Los Anrreles, Cal., Nov. I.—Nell
Thompson, colored, died while being
taken from the home of Mrs. Minerva
Williams, who calls herself a represen
tative of Christ and preuches the doc
trina of fasting as a means of grace.
The Thompson woman had gone with
out food for eight days and had slent
in tha river bottom on a piece of mat
ting. The matter is being investigated.
Miss Mary Renfort, cf Richmond,
Va., is the guest of Miss Minnie Weed
Pinkhatu, on the Hill.
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A SANTIAGO HERO
Con. Monry W. Lawton Hat Bttn Appointed
to Sutcnd Ctntril Graham In Copv*
mand of tht Second Corps.
He Commanded the Rtffht Wine Which Commenced
the Attack on Santieeo.
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MAJOR GENERAL HENRY W. LAWTON^
General Lawton car born to Ohio, but received hi* flrat military
appointment from Indiana
Thla waa pa April lath. Iflfll. wh*" he was made a sergeant in tbe
Ninth Indiana infantry, which po*irion br held until July 29th of th* same
year, when It* waa honorably dlacharged. On the 20th of Auguai. he waa
made flrat lieutenant of tbe Thirtieth Indiana Infantry.
On May 17th. IM2. hla ncit promotion came in the shape of a com
mission *« esptain.
For two years he served in tht* capacity. Finally on Nov. It, IML ha
waa appointed a lieutenant colonel. .....
Fot roerltoriou* conduct he was given the brevet rank of colonel oo the
13tb of March. I**s He »n ihen muatered out oo Nov. 28. I**s
On the 25tb of July. 18*«. he entered the regular army, receiving he
rank of sie>nd lieutenant In the Forty-Arst Infantry. Thla rommlaaton
waa changed fer that of flrat lieutenant on July sl. I**7.
Retaining bl* same commission he wse tranafetred to the 1 weoty
fminh Infantry on the 11th of Nov.. 1869. and was again transterred to the
Fourth cavalry service oo Jan. 1. I*7l.
On March 2(1 1579 a cap-it to’a commission was given him. mr nine
vear* no promotion Mint, hot on Srpt.t7.l*M.hr was appointed major and
inspector general, which place he M eepted on Oct. 2. IMA ,B
IM9 another promotion came In the shape of a commission aa lieutenant
colonel and Inspector general, then followed by a colonel and Inspector
* "Tt tbs 'opening of hogtitUle* he oerupled this P o * ,,io «' b ''* ***
promoted to a brigadier general sad given charge of a division that went
tc Cuba For his gallant sei vice there he waa made a major general.
Gen Lawton only relurned to the United State* about a wrek ago and
will take charge at once of the corps ai>ftiKned him.
Lf»d the Fight at Santiago.
The following extracts from tbe account of an tf* of *|£
fighting at San Juan gives some Idea of the service rendered by Gen Law
ton '“Thc right wlrg of the army under Gen. Lawton began the attack
early * * . Oen Lawton waa reinforced about three oVloeg and Ut,
. y » « r-niTiTf iU’ • * * On my way back froin the front I
t's messenger hurrving to the chief surgeon aeking for stretchers for
P U Frnn, hU I knew that Gen. Lawton was having n hot time.
' hP “When Oen K«t made his charge on the fortified height.
, , ..tmuiiisrl hv Wheeler and Lawton and the fighting oe
r crrlV' dru Amcmireans advanced the Spaniards slowly fell
Z™ ‘Ts Gen Kent started toward, Aguadores. Gen. Lawton’s men ad
vr.r.ced to Taney. Upon these troopb fell the brnnl of the battle.
HA KINSON & O’KEEFE
Put In the Hands of a Receiver Yes
Mr. L. C. Haync was yesterday ap„-
potnted temporary receiver by Judge
Simonton In the can? brought against
the Hankluaon Lumber company by
the National bank of Augusta. he
defendants are required to show
cause on November 28 why the receiv
ership should not be made perma
nent. The liabilities are about $30,-
John S. Tyapn Appointed.
Columbus, Ga., Nov. 1. John R.
Tyson of SAvannah has been appoint
ed grand secretary of the Odd Fellows
to succeed Col. Dietz. Mr. Tyson has
been grand treasurer for over five
Embezzler Dies in Prison
New Orleans, Nov. 1 Frank B.
Leese. convicted with J. N. Wolfson
of wrecking the Union National bank,
died in the parish prison today.
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JOTTINGS FR HARTWELL.
Personal and Cleneral News From Our
Hartwell, 0.a., Nov. 1. Toasly &
Son’s new brick store Is nearing com
pletion. When finished it will be one
of the nicest buildings in the city.
Miss Victorino Nordln, & charming
young lady of Anderson. S. C., is vis
iting Mrs. A. W. Adams.
Hartwell is one of the most popular
trading points in northwest Georgia.
Every week there are people here
and from sections tributary to other
trade centres, buying goods In large
MISS IDA LEWIS.
Passed Away at Mns O’clock L-.*t
-After a lingering Illness, the pur;,
sweet spirit of Miss Ida Lewis passed
away to the great beyond. Miss Lewis
hail been sick ot her home, corner Lib
erty arm Estes streets, for several
months, she has borne her suffering
with a patient resignation which has
been a lesson to many,