SOCIAL CLUBS MUST
CLOSE ON SUNDAY
The Supreme Court Handed Down an Impor
tant Decision on Yeaterday.
President Alexander Bay* me Commercial’s Attorney
Win Review the Decision.
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kotrt follow ■
Mobsman a Tbn B’itr.—Bt tbr
Coart. per Cobb. Justice.
I Tb** no* fhet that tbn
and drinking of l*totlt*iioi X
mi ;o*iy an Incident and not tn«
mam o-jccC of the horporatloa of a
portal Hab. will make tjte pl*c< "I'**
porh liquor* am di»p—*ed and d’ual:
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2. a peraoh wbo l* the mttiiip'r
and also a member and officer at much
a fon'.at club, and who exercise* » X f n
nrul superintendence ovnr tb<* affair*
of the club. Inrludta* tb; bar from
which Intoxicating drink# am for
nlnhnd. 1» amenable to the Mgtute
above rnfnrrnd to
S That "only roetnbnra” art* |>nr
tnitmd In Utr room* of • «b>*lal iHtb
win not tak* *tirh an or*anlx*uon out
rs Ibr atat'lt* prohibiting «br kmpiOK
op*n of tippilnk bousn* on tbn Sabbath
day. . .
JudfTnnt affirmnd. All thn jnatleea
JusUrn Cobb in thn opinion Matt*
tbn fact* aa follow*:
"Mohriran arraigned In tha nity
court of Richmond county, charged
.. !«h thn offennn of keeping oprn a
tippling boum on the Sabbath day.
A the trial the following facta were
t. The roo.n* for keeping open
w hich the defendant waa indicted were
tept open on the day named in the in
"2. Su d rooms were used aa a ren
deavou* There the Grabermax Socir.l
Culb did gather on the Sabbath day
named hr the indictment and other
da. » and diank from a bar kept in the
said looms Intoxicating liquors.
"3. They weie kepi open with the
defendant's knowledge cn the Sabbath
day as alleged. .
"4. Said rooms were rented by the
Grabermax Social Club, which la in
corporated, and which is an organiza
tion composed of some .one hundred
citizens of Augusta. All that is in
t*'em belongs to said corporation,
which pays taxes thereon. The stock
of liquors therein is the property of
said club, and drinks therefrom were
sold to members of said club on the
day mentioned in the indictment. That
the selling of liquor on 3unay was
only an Incident and not the main ob
ject of the organization.
“5, Defendant is manager of the
said club and receives a salary tor his
services. He was an employe and of
ficer of the said club with designated
duties, one of which was to see that
the bar in the club was properly con
ducted and keot open for the use of
the members, from which .drinks were
sold. It was his business to look af
ter the general conduct and running
of the club. but. he was in no sense
other than the above the proprietor or
owner of said rooms, nor had he any
authority or control over them. He
acted under orders and was strictly
amenable to the governing board of
rhe club. His authority to do ail that
he did do flow’d whoil* from hi* mm
ploy meat, and only members are per
mitted in the said club rooms on Sun
day or any other day."
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K AI5I: AN OIDS SPAIN.
He Put* It on the Ground of the
Health of the limpreas.
Berlin. Net. 17, —An ofll: lal lele
’ gr»m received here from Valetta. Is
land of Mails, says the Km|wror and
Kmprees of Germany have sailed for
Pola. at the northern end of the Aalat
,!r sea. from which the parly will trav
lel overloand direct for home. II 1*
explained that the Emperor has de-
I rided upen this course because (he
temperature of the Mediterranean had
become considerably cooler and the
danger to the health of the Empress,
by a sudden e.hange from a northern
to a southern climate is thus lessened.
Telegraphed His ffegrets.
Valetta. Island of Malta, Nov. 17.
The German Imperial yacht Hchenzol
lern sailed from here this rooming.
The next port is not known, but it is
believed to be somt where in Italy. It
Is known thnt when the Emperor pass
ed the Island of Rhmi-s, where the
Khedive of Egypt is staying at present,
the Emperor tecigraphed his regrels
at being nrabie to visit Egypt, also
thanking the Khedive for the prepara
tions made tc receive his majesty.
EMBHZZLF.R SUICID 5.
President Cross, of the Emporia Bank,
Has Been Found Out.
Washington. Nov. 17. A telegram
was received by the comptroller of the
currency fioro the receiver in charg
of the First National Bank at Empo
ria. Kansas, saying that so far the in
vestigation developed irregularities In
the reserve kgent'a accounts amount
ing to fifty thousand dollars, and fif
teen thousand dollars in ca h accounts,
and the bank invested in doubtful en
terprises controlled by President
approximating *150,000. President
Cross killed himself yesterday when
the failure was announced.
From what can be learned the offi
cer wbo v-ill muster out the Augusia
companies in the second Georgia regi
ment will arrive hero next Tuesday.
There is a good deal now due to the
soldiers in the way of pay, and some
of the boys will receive as much as st;o.
The men will receive full pay for the
month of November.
All are anxiously uWaithwc the com
ing of the officer.
The many frined* o Mj . h. T. l.uwe
of 330 Telfair street, will legict to learn
of the serious illness of his mother-in
aw, Mrs. E- Nebhut.
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I terror Into #v#ry roitiniunlty *h#r«* It
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< n mi* h occdalona. town# and #itl#a
i-mr.eraHly depopulated, butethe rela
llon* between people .if the sum «’>n<-
| nunity. •* well aw between tlje people
lof the state* afTCeJed. twcome un*et-
I tied and abnoraial.
| "Commercial and manufacturing **n
! lerprlses are . rippled and the vartou*
! Industrie* thnt bring tompetenee and
1 content to the ma**ea. are brought to
| No such condition should exist as one
I town, city or state acting Independently
i of the other* —for what affects one part
jof our common country affect* the
•'This convention I* made up of rep
resentative* from the North, Mouth.
East and West—all having one object
| In view, the initiation on a btoad ba»U
j. f an effective national quarantine,, on
trolled by the government of the t'nlt
erj States. To formulate a plan of ac
tion, feasible, comprehensive and effec
tual which can he quickly crystallized
I into law, i* the wor: to be arcompllsh-
I eri by you, gentlemen, representing as
you do the Intelligence, humanity and
material Interest* of so many states'.
While quarantine is the lies! known
means of fi revent lon at present, and lire
one whfeh oossesses mote completely
the confidence of the people, we can
all hope that the light of science whlnb,
has dlstelled darkness from so many
human pathway* will'soon disclose
true cause and discover a general r in,-'
r,.iy for this unwelcome exotic, thftf
shall rob It of ll* terrors and that shad
Inspire the public w ith confidence atul
faith, rntll that time arrives, h.*lo'
ever, our hope and trust must be In an
effectual national quarantine, and the
country expects this convention to form
the plan and point the way.
"Judging from the Interest manifest
ed. and the character of the gentlemen
accredited to this assemblage, I think
we can safely assure the country in ad
vance that their highest expectations
will be realized, at least, so'far as the
province and scope of this convention
Mayor Williams delivered the ad
dress of welcome. Temperary organi
zatlon was dispensed with and Gen.
Luke E. Wright, of Tennessee, was
unanimously named permanent presi
dent of the convention and Dr. F. M.
Rogers, of New Albany, Miss, Miss.,
secretary. Gen. Wright addressed the
delegates, after which t±p committees
were appointed, and a recess taken un
til this afternoon.
Fire in Ohio. (
Portsmouth, 0., Nov. tl-“Fif* de
stroyed Dice's livery stbble, the Far
mer's Hotel. Frick's flouring mill and
t a residence. Loss, $75,000.
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and #lf#wh#r# will h# m» ttnprov #d by
#inltbtlon and bimrd#d by Quarantin**
that thy iraln sourre* of .l«ng r will
lif r. moved Already the marine ho*
pllal «u ivkr ha* begun the work of e»-
uhilabing a rordon of quarantine
around Culn A large floating dl*
lnf.«ling plant 1* In operation in Ha
vana b*it*>r and n similar floating
dlainfec’lng plant la at Santiago, al
though not yat in oßarntlonJ* They are
to itafce chqjge of every eh 41 proceed-
Ingi ’tu Amerl.an |iort* and put it
thtwtigh a thortnigli course of dtsin
Similar floating plants will he ei
iahiishe.l at all other large cummer
rtnl point* and aueh rigid rules put
In force that shipping will L* fl»e from
danger before it Is out of Cuban wa
ters. although the *ame rigid quaran
tine at American port* will t>e cont’n
Surgeon General Wyman Is going
ahead with thia floating diglnfeetlon.
although the present laws are not all
that are desired to give the officials
the right to establish a quarantine
outside the country. Owing to this
weakness nf law, strong efforts will be
mad? to have congress pass what Is
known as the Calf cry bill, granting
additional quarantine powers. Be
sides a quarantine to provide against
the escape of diseases from the island,
the authorities are eonsideri-ig plans
for the Internal sanitation of the is
land on a large scale Aa Cube will
be under military rule for many
months to come,, the war department
may determine to carry on local aan
'itation In connection with other bran
ches of the miUtsry occupation, An
other means of ooplng with the disease
is by stationing ,n force of fever ex
perts throughout' the Island to report
the condition of the contagion and the
appearance of any new outb-eak. $lO
surgeon general' now has two of those
experts at Havana and one at Santi
ELLER E’S t EPLY.
He Advises Tolbert Not to Return
Until the Excitement Subsides.
In response to Tolbert's telegram
to Gov. Ellerbe of South Carolina, pub
lished yesterday, the governor has
wired as folk >vs:
"If you return home 1 will give yqu
ali the protection in my power. ! don’t
think it prudent for you to rpturn un
til the exci: mmt subsides.
"W. H. Ellerbe, Governor."
Greenwood, S. C., Nov. 17. Fbe
grand Jury’s report regarding the re
cent trouble hero s2ys: “We are satis
fied beyond question that the prime
cause of the entire trouble wr.s the in
cendiary speechw* made by the Tol
berts and their followers, thus incit
ing th* negroes to wluleue* and law
rt further say* that the grand jury
finds all quiet and no further trouble
is probable. t , ... u
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I Co. C. ra sed la Mankato. Capi Jo*.
Morrtaea Flrai IJMI H C. Dewey
Co |. rahwd la Minneapolis cap* P.
K Bawd gswond M**< D P. Pause.
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i stale: Capt I. J. Jtelaoa. Klrat Meal.
co r rapt j. o Mr—th. nr*i
Meut D J Bennett
Co p, Capt. M W Bpicee
Co. It, raised at Duluth, Cap) <1 K
Utboofl. First Lieu* T. W. Grig**
5 ,,,,,,,1 |j r ttt (lark Blllotl. quaHer
master Third brigade First divlaloß
*ri ttnaordnanre officer decottd army
Co. A. raised at Minneapolis, ('apt.
F J Barrow*. Flrtrt Lieut F P- ' ,B '
cent Berond l.leut A. 8. Wtlaoo.
tVi 11. raised In n«»r.hw*»teim p*H of
male. Cap). It Dolan. First Maul F.
J. Bltnrr. Heri-nd Meut. L.H. H«b-
The name of Camp Voung will b
known aa such no more a* Gen M.btn
has oiderad that the camp be known
a* The Camp toer Augusta. *»*•■
til Oeti Young arrives and give* It an
other rams. This wn* done by the re
queai of Gen. Young, wh 1 did not de
sire the camp nam-’d after him
<}.m. G. bin is rayidiygett Ing divis
ion headquarter# Into ahopc A large
force of men arc busy preparing the
ermp and it will rapidly b? completed.
Gen Oobiu and some of the officer*
slept there laai nlgbl.
The ordy order issued besides chang
ing the name of the camp was to pre
vent the hucks'era, pie and fruit sell
ers frero grin* In the camp selling
their goods to the men.
Gen. Axline intends to hold a brigade
drill tomorrow afternoon if the wea'b
er cud other things permit If the
drill occurs it will lake place at 2
Tiie cavalry he'd thr flrft of their
mounted drills today. These will take
place Bt 9:3*1 daily In the future.
Photographer* were touring the
H is probable that all 0' the Thirty
fifth Mlahlgon will scon be vaco nated.
Thr signs! corps qrc .expecting a
shipment of wire and telephones dally.
When it arrlwes the work of putting
up lines w II seen be completed.
Private Hay of Co. II bad a gun to
fall on his head, cutting a deep ga.ih
in his forehead. He is now in his quar
Bertzcl of Co. E joined his company
J. C. Katz returned to F today, af
ter sick leave.
Sgt. Crone of Co. 1 was sent to the
hospital last evening.
MrCieskey and Holbey went to the
hospital from Co. C today.
Company I is on provost duty in
Quartermaster Sergeant Reynolds
and Sergeant Neis are sick in Co. F
Nearly all of sick men in Co. A and
several of those on sick leave are re
Clark of Co. K returned from a sick
Farmham and Messenger returned to
Co. Ii from furlough yesterday:
Several members of H have been
vaccinated and are snfr ring from the
. Messenger-of .ii was transferred to B
Major Knox of tlie Second battalion
left yestenla; for a thirty days' sick
Sgt. Leonard of F and detail went'
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Aitama on the mme general linen of
ih««te under whleh the National Pun.
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over to pul up tents at division head
The first summary court held by the
regiment occurred today.
Capt. Adams of F has been trying
hia hand at gunning lately.
Capt. Feuss. Id. Supple and Sgl.
Wheeley went on a hunting trip to
Corporal U-e of L returned today
from a sixty days sick furlough
q M. Sgt Bernstein returned today
Hahn of Co. H cut his hand badly
on a car yesterday
Canteen started running yesterday
Gougli of D returned from fuilougfi
Guard mount was held today for the
Captnin Riggs is the officer of the
There will be several additions made
heie to the lutnd.
The mattress makers are doing a
good business at the camp.
F Douse of Co. F returned to his
A Reinhart returned to I) today after
a dl) days' furlough
Swartwood of A has joined the nten
Van Norman of B returned from
Cleveland last night.
Corporal Wakefield of H left on fur
lough to Missouri last night.
Porter anil Loveless and Ferris re
ceived honorable discharges today
from Co. K.
D. E. Talstcy of the Tenth band is
going to his home in Toledo on a fur
First Sergeant Woodard. Co. D, 35th
Michigan, returned to canrp last night.
E. Miles of the same company return
Corporal Williams of M has complet
ed his barber shop and is ready for
N. and D troops have received Sib
ley stoves for winter use.
Car. Chase and Lt. Walker L ft for
Huntsville yesterday Ids. Tate and
liankln* take -charge or their pluc-s
All of the i loops are pieparing for
a blgrThauksgiviug dinner.
Worr ■! and Burton of II were dis
charged from the hospital today.
Houston and Trocschcr received
honorable discharges today.
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up In Hie ihliii l*v#t of IMr • anal all 4
tun* ibioticM th* a1.,0 mnuioMd —a
•*«*-*ay. under Trig** Mrwt, and
tb#n Juan !hr dllrh near tk# GbriwkWl
w«rb*. an dil*#«nr do«w *"»r tb* pUlp*
land, on toraarila tb# awaiwp. Tka
plaintiff furr hrrroore < laima I bat cat—
to stop ike hack oatn m Marbwry
strwt were tn a laid nriutltlon and thnt
I Hi- city iilßrrra fail#d to rtaw# throb
dn*n at Ulttra when they might bav#
nrttlgetrd the damn**. Tkla Imuarlrrt
ondlthm of ill*# and failure to chin*
ihetn waa r-ontrlbutlng eauam to dam
age surtatnrd by him. Th. claliirlff ida
re* hta tlamagv aa fnlptwa:
trratiuctkm to hta crop for three
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IVrmaaent Injury t« hi* land—M.oo4.
. 51 PERIOR COURT.
Cartes Disposed of Before Judge Cal
loway Thl# Morning.
The cr,ar nf A»bury Methodist
church v*. P J. O'Connor, »b#ciff.
was ordered dismlsard for want of
proarcution and a motion waa mad# by
Mr. Boykin Wrlgkt, attornry for tha
church, to irinstatc the raae.
The rase of Willi* * Rountree va U
Goldman, et ah. was ordered dlsmlaa
rd for want of proaecutioai.
Althea Selkirk v*. J. M. Selkirk,
suit for alimony, was ordered dlsmlas
ed for want of prosecution.
The case of Ellen O Cooncr v*. Jo
hanna MeAnliffe. having an erder was
taken dismissing the case from th#
C. C. Burch vs. Littleton R. Smith
verdict in favor of the plaintiff.
In the case of E. H. V— Ingru tc
Co., vs. Fertia ft Son, a rule absolute
The rose of Emma Plunkett vs. the
Georg I a Chemical Works is at present
engaging the attention of the superior
court. Mrs. Plunkett Is suing for dam
ages for the killing of her son, wlu>
wns enrobed between two cars.
The case of .1. tie D. Ellison Is the
estate of J. L. Wilson was not heard
yesterday, but will probably come up
n A SON 1C FAIR.
The Social Event to Take Place in
All of Augusta is looking forward
with much fngsrrnes# to the Masonic
Fair, which’ will be the social event of
December end for which extensive
preparations era being made. The Fair
will continue for two weeks and will
lie one of the most elaborate that lias
ever been held in Augusta. The dec
orations of the hall will be under the
personal supervision of Mr. W. Ed.
Platt and will, it is said, be something
entirely unique and novel. Contribu
tions are still being Bent to the com
mittee in charge and all express them
selves as being very much gratified by
the response of the citizens here and
elsewhere to their solicitation.
It Is understood that cheap rates
have been secured during the Fair over
all the roads which enter the city. •
The great gag of the New 1 York bet
ting Was where a man offered $10,01)0
on Van Wyck h>r place—oue. two or
The legislature fe grinding away
again. The important work will come
up at ihe fortieth hour.