A STRIKE SEEMS
Th« Clouds Ars Rapidly Gathering »n th® Mill
District® In AugutU*
An Important V®®t<n« I* to »• H*»o In W#tt End
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•HI fa* bo strike I* lk*l Mill, b« »k*i
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barn notiSed lb* owwm tk*t that
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means that ik* »#•%** n*oM *HS
pmrtlcglly fa* abut dow*
(Mkn aod .Vtoorr#.
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«k*r ka»* *fwt»A ao orgsßlts’laa but
• graot Many of ih*m at* certainly to
favor of a strifcn, If »kat a rnrder nut
tbla morning «an fa* takeo a* lb* feel
ing ratrtJnc la that dr part»*nt.
Tk* opine<m ar* a* determined a*
A Number of Whiles Killed by Ne
Seventy-Five Armed Negroes on the
Pact. Illinois. Not. 1* Desultory
firing from ftriy sect lon of the city
continued throughout the night. The
terrorized residents bundled in groups
which were guarded by heads of fam
ilies heavily a. tned. Quite a numDer
of families left the city and spent the
night In the country with their friends.
C. H H'*ath, an ex-railroad man.
whose home Is In Flatbam. a negro
district, was fired upon by the blacks,
and htiraelf and family driven to shel
ter in the country. The blacks darn
that shots were fired at their homes
from Heath'S yard, a statement which
Members of troop B were alert all
night, hut accomplished little. A col
o' >d union miner reported to the po
lice that a white man had been hilled
ir Ihe Plntliara district. Officers
Smith and bee accompanied by the
negro, started for the scene. They
Here met by Captain Butlfr militia
co., unnder. who told the officers It.
was unsafe for the* to enter the Flat
ham district. Butler refused lo send
a guard to accompany the ofnc.‘>rs.
In ihe Hprhtgside district Ed Jones, a
white non-nnion miner, was reported
shot and dangerously wounded. The
report reached the city todiy that 75
negroes, with Winchesters, lined up in
Sprlngside to clean out the whites of
tbat .-eetton. Captain Butler at once
despatched tioops to the scene.
New York, Nov. 15. Fuures stea
July 5. :*
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As t ronsfqufct'f One Man Is Killed
and Two Wounded.
Desperate Rattle at Columbus. Ohio
Columbus, Ohio. Nov. 18.—A desper
ate attempt was made by two convicts
| to escape frony the penitentiary at 8
j thla morning, as the result of which
Guard Charles Lautcrbaugh. of Mt. j
I Vernon, was snot and killed, w hile Con- j
vlcts O'Neill and Atkinson, who were
serving 15 years each for robbery, ob
tained possession of a revolver, and !
j proceeded to carry out a hold plan.
One cov. red his face with a handker- |
* chief and went Into the broom shop,
j where he held up Guard Lime, and took i
his revolver. He then returned to the i
1 hoe shop, where the other man Joined j
I him. and they opened Are on Guard '
I Lauterhaugh. who has charge of the I
department. Te guard wan shot three I
(times and almost Instantly killed.
I The sound of the shooting ranched
the other officials of the prison, and .
jthey rame to investigate. Guard Gump '
I was ftnK on the Scene, and, taking In |
I the situation, opened Are on the two i
'prisoners. This was returned, and a :
'regular battle was In progress, until the !
revolver* of all the participants were!
| emptied. In the fray Convict Atkin- •
1 son was shot down and seriously In- j
I lured, and as soon as the guns were i
(emptied Guard Gump rushed In with
' a cane and almost beat O'Neill to I
'death before the prisoner would sur- j
i r-nder. The men were taken to the |
I hospital, where their Injuries were at-|
(tended to. Atkinson was shot'in the I
| body. but. was not thought to be serl- j
ously hurt. Other prisoners where the j
I shooting occurred took no part in the j
affair, hut it is understood they stood
ready to follow If the efforts of the
two leaders proved successful. Previ
ous to making the outbreak one of the j
two prisoners forced a third man to
place a ladder against the ouslde of the
' penitentiary wall so w hen they had
fought their way out of the shops they
could shoot down the wall guard, and
Mr*. Campbell at the Horse Show.
The current number of Town Topics
says: ' Mrs. Campbell, who was, I be
lieve, an Asgusta, Uu.. gift, anil whose
lovely complexion, dark hair and eyes !
were well set. off by violet silk, is also 1
a beauty of the [horse] show."
fib ilM* A »m
THE AUGUSTA HERALD.
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Aotertraa mlal»l*r. Obarl** f*»*r Bry
an promia*ni mrwib#r* of ill# dlplo
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to lb# Aronlraa aaral rlriorl*# during
ifa# rn-rni war brought oui much ra
MrDonough Measure Meets Its
Fate In the Senate,
The Financial Condition of the State
to Be Investigated.
Special to The Herald.
Atlanta, Ga., Nov. 18 The senate
killed the bill of McDonough of Chat
ham to prohibit the sale of pools on
horse races out of the state. It came
upon an adverse report from the gen- j
eal Judiclay committee and was j
adopted. There may be an effort to re- |
Thrasher Introduced a resolution |
that a Joint committee from both
houses be appointed consisting of five
from the senate and ten from the
house, to make a full and complete in-,
vestlgation of financial affairs of the
state, so that, the legislators may have
definite statistics to goven them in
cutting or making appropriations.
The committee for the senate was ap
pointed. It consists of Wright,
Thrasher, Hand, Blalock anil Llt
West Introduced a bill providing !
that all pensioners where the applica- (
tlona have been approved be paid as
long as there is money for that fund,
and if all ae not paid they shall be
paid out of the next year's fund before
Only Whites Wanted.
New York, Nov. 18. A dispatch i
from Havana says: The news from To
peka. Kansas, that John T. Veney, a
Baptist preacher, was about to send to
Santiago thirty negro families as a
nucleus for a large negro colony,
caused an exceedingly bad Impression
among the Cubans, who are anxious
that only white emigrants shall come
The more rabid predict a race war
Fhould many negroes come from the
United States, A strange feature is
tbat the Cuban negoes ae even moe
bitter than the whites in denouncing
Fifty Five Divorces Tomorrow.
Tije divorce mill will'soon begin to
grind and fifty-five cases have been
docketed for tomorrow..
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to ifa#*, aad i bat ib#r o«.ulA a#% «b»«
tb* Hfrrdwra *#r# **%*fwly pwolahrd
Th* i#f*fdPte#« at* btea* plar*A an l
work don# on lb* #t*ru.*
light ite# lodar A bow iwnur
fl*s a tr Its fat# urtll b# plaint •* ska
camp ai ib* rarlfawt punalbl# dai*
r,#n#.al ftebla will bar* rrrmaiori#*
built #1 lb# rrar of rrgtomtita! camp*
la dtapoa# IM ibr rubidnh «t ib* camp
H*| I not pat*# Of Ibr Tmih Ohm. Ite
orlgad# color Lwurr, ha* lb* mall Ite#
In good working order and mad* of
Irltrra bound for hom# ar* taken down
in tb* mall wagoa dally. Omrral A«-
lla* baa m.t aryrrai confrdrralr# who
hr fought ta haul** agamal during the
civil war. Ataoag tbr#« I* Captain
Mldgr'V who fared him at tb# battl#
of %AIooo« <k » anl for a fate* llmr
(ought at ctonr quarter* . TB*
captain and gcunral have hud arvrral
plMtant ebata dlacunlng tb* old
The cavalry ia kicking because an
order baa been Issued making them
gar paxaes signed by Ihe sergeant,
squadron commander and commanding
offlr.*r They have neve been compelled
to do thta before
The Third brigade big mess tenia
make a show and remind one of big
The Fifteenth Minnesota have extra
large tenia and ara only pitching them
two end to end.
The men seem anxious lo kow If the
sun ever shlnea in the aouthland and
If it ever get* cold. 1/et them wait un
Botnet itm* axo one* of tho raptalnn of
the Thlrtv-Fifth died Today his
first lieutenant. C. A. Fountain, was
made captain; Sec. U. Guy M Howly
was made flrnt lieutenant and First
Sergeant Daly Smith was made aecond
Company L is living in pup tent* for
a day or so.
Jacobson. Johnaou. Freebtirg, Wag
ner, Swindells, of Co. D. Joined the
Corporal Newton and Bugler Hurst,
of Company F Joined thetr command
today. _ „
Sgt. Preston, Sword. Dwell,
Tschnmlder, and iCorporal Snook, (are
the numbers of Ob. G that have come
in since the arrival df the regiment In
Augusta. ~ . , .
Thornberry of Co. I awaited his
command In this city.
Storrs of Co. C came in today from
Choklo. . ,
Butler of M is among the arrivals
today. „ _ „
Quartermaster Sergt. McCall. Co. K.
and Andersen and Fleming, of Co. K,
came in yesterday.
Camp of Co. G went to the hospital
this morning. Artificer TerwllHger
went there yesterday.
Barrett is unwell and lies been sert
to the hospital from Co. K.
The regiment ia busy putting in
Csrp*!'* l McAllister »nJ. Saylor, o*
Cn. n, ars n'uk in their quarwr* to-':
The refciment Yeeeived their first to
sae of fttßb ifleat utvki'V slid <*11! set
w. A. Jones of IT, who ha* been sick
since August, is expected today.
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Ate ««•*• I WAM «Maai teuMteap
tb*y fbaaw t»woA#tet*4
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r#p»*K # to lb* AM#-t»«* if tel te M*
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pr**l*w«‘r ipdwi#d ta ib#*# AMfaterb
tb* At*»H«M AWMlkAlimi'te wf!
•mt arc!*# lb* l*k: #4 Am* • 4U
cMfarte ha lb# nwAteia *4 Am a ik
a*y «bat# wr farm Ik teh*r weed#-,
•he Ikteiwww# *lll l« a»»r»b * *»*
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fat# am t*»g#d m mtmar ifa me
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Twain ► per par# »k# Anal fr.wtfa
a«ten #4 ib to raa*. •birk •*« w*drr>
•aod a. Hr adfowramrai WfAfaitor.
Mr*, klrblaad Awm Away
Mr* l» R Ktrktawd of S» IR K#w
Klngirwn, w.w Rod. dted iwh» at
ik# teuwr <4 b#r father. Mr w T
dprowar near Hull#*'# cr#»h. Mr#
Kirkland *## oklr •!»»•« Iwmir yrara
»f age. and ter death te# < auard mu fa
ancrow anumg ter many frtrnd# Tb#
fun#ml occur* mwwrw
Pune# p R . Sat UL Tbr Man#
port Mtnaewaak#. with Ite flnu ragi
n*r* and repmom tat lira of tte Red
Crow aoririr oa board, left ter# lodar
Conway and Pchwarla of Co. T. *r#
Mck IB quart### *
| (Virporal lair* «f Co. B <ut hi* artel
painfully y##tcrda) on a broh»n botll#.
Hgt Prylirrgrr Of Co. i gave an Im
promptu dinner to hta lent males to
Holly of Co. C amt to Ite hcwpill to
J r. By of C ba* teen appointed
cook tn the rMamtol ho*idtal.
Thirty-I IHh Hkhlgan.
Hurkl* of Co K returned from alck
Wesley IHek of Co. II of Charted IB
returned hi# ropgigny today.
Van (Slider of O*. B an* granted an
honorable dlwharge t<*lay.
Thom*# c*lv#rt of Co. M returned
from furlough today.
Pergueon of Co. E returned from th#
Hgt. P>ar*an of th* 15lh Minnesota,
who esme on ahead of his regiment and
has been the gueat of Co. E. rejoined
hi* red!ment today.
Head Cook Cosgrove of Co. A ia suf
\ feting from a badly burned hand.
Bugler It. F. Miller left yesterday
for his home In Oxford, having secured
ah honorable discharge,
j Corporal Polaal of l has secured an
| honorable discharge.
I Cook Lorunt or Co. I will 'd a calf
the men have been fattening and the
| company Is feasting.
Capt. Haupt Is officer of the day and
j,t. O. H. Brown officer of the guard.
Corporal John H. Dean of Co. E has
secured a discharge and leaves today.
Corporal Lee of Co. I, returned yes
terday fiom a sixty days' sick leave.
Co. El* proud of Us mascots—a two
legged eoon froni North Carolina and
a four-legged coon from Ohio.
Von Felde left today from Co. M. for
a seven days tttrlough. on account of
the sickness of his mother.
A Relnkart of Co. l> returned yes
i terday from a furlough.
jj . J. Sauer. Co. I* left for Ids home
; last night with an honorable discharge.
Garber of Co. 11 went to the hospi
Fred W. Raider of Co. B, the pop
ular oftioer-barber, made quite a rep
utation as a rooter for the Cleveland
W. P. Scott of Co. H returned from
a furlough and reported for duty this
E. J. Jones ofVK la Vick In the hospi
W. K. Clause of Co. G returned
from furlough today.
Trooper Charles Ringer of troop D
will be honorably discharged tomor
A sweet concert was given by the
musicians of the cavalry in the barber
shop last night.
Carp. Frank of H troop Is In the hos
Randolph of B troops goes to duty
Pratt of n and Docker of V tloop go
to duty in the morning.
Friesnd u.' IS who as dlsmlsaed
ffom the hospital on tile Hill, -relumed
Xerbe o. (loop a received an honor
able dtacliarge tfttta* •
The lights were all out In the west
ern part of the city last night.
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•am In making proper prwaMMtm far tk#
. tump* woo here, and rartteaty ll rwa
-1 not to. mn#tM IMI ite aslleultt#*
imta fulled to 4» *ll m liter pnw#r ftw
tb* - .on(mi and a#ll facing at lit###
trtmga snd fat Ik* prtMermlfaai of law
"Tte todaifatiw eilsiing tetnaen Ite
mtllisry and rtrtl aotkorlttei have team
nod ar# <tf th -dial and bar
, malow ebarnelef Tte « rkwiw# l« tte
. hfarf mantatratr, tr fa# maw ta ka
[ tannak. #h -ald fa# worthy at tte brad
f of a great people and M keeping with
Ite r.aiwtry and h-eqoiality of itnvan- ,
oak Moaavar a# may dilfee with him
politically, te M Ite ITtahleni of ite -
Culled Hlatr# sad as #u. h command# I
. and re#lr« our reaped.
•While persannlly 1 regret that Ite
Hly la Bs rmpMlt caps, lip caen.it
Iwcome the boas and entertain#r. yet
j the . tty will gladly aeteom# Mm. and.
, #p#sklng for mystlf. i absll en-operal# j
nllh th# cittern body In any proper
, m«asur#s tlial may h# adoplcl
" If tte vtadl of Ite ITeSidi-nt Is lo te
1 made Ibr otearutm of a general rotebra
' lion, should reedy# the «*r
, nesi suppjtil °f *'• class#* of our rlt
The political difference# that #«lat In
every community should have no place
> In a putdlc demonalralion. I rviatal.
j wbstavar tte rttisens may determine to
| do. asauming always that It will be
propel, shall have my hr-arly support,
and I doubt not that of the municipal
! Though the aldermen will not talk soy
! publication, tome of them hav# said to
I friends thst they could n»l conscien
tiously yule ror the rntdtsilitnent of
the iTe*ld#nt as the etty * sue*! be
. nun# of thulr feyllng toward him for
hla appoint mints In the South.
They considered hi* action* In this |
connection In a great measure respon
sible for the troubles that have occur
red In the South recently between the
Has Been Awarded Contract for
Making Changes at Post Office.
The changing of the position "f the
: screen that separates the registry <le-
I partment at the postoffire front the
mailing department, which was rone
pigted some months ago. will he be
gtlit next week.
Postmaster Stallings decided that It
| would be a much better arrangement
| If the position of the registry -rub - be
j changed, so that the window front to
| wards the east side of the lobby Instead
j of the north side.
I Today the postmaster received notlfl
j cation from the acting secretary of the
! treasury department. A, I.■ Spaulding,
that Contractor W. H. Gregg had been
awarded the contract for doing the
The contractor will he notified today.
There were three bidders on the work.
DEATH OF MRS. NEBHUT
Occurred This Afternoon—Funeral
The death of Mrs. Elizabeth Nebhut
occurred at half past one o'clock to
day, at the residence of her son-in
law, Mr. B. T. Lowe. Mrs. Nebhut
was a sister of Capt. Robert Smith of
Woodvllle, Ga., and was a former res
ident of Madison, but had made her j
home with her daughter, Mrs. H. T. 1
Lowe, for a number of years. She
hud passed the allotted three score ]
years and ten, but. only in years was j
she old, and her bright sunny dispo- j
sitlon and cheery manners made her
loved by old and young. The funeral |
will occur tomorrow afternoon, at half j
past three o’clock,, from the residence ;
of Mr. It. T. Lowe, No. 330 Telfair
Mr. Frank C. Hesiin.
Mr. kVank <'• Heslln. it was learned
today, will be appointed one yf the
clerks’ that will be added to tile posl
oAtcr force, under orders received from
Washington by the postmaster a feu
da ys ago.
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prrwoaaiiiy nMdaMk* item, Tk* stet
that Talbert M ill# #oi«*»l pastßgkg#
i#r ai McCmwibk, and not tk* goat#
■win mar h«*# ns latportkkl LRfa
mg no Ite < ad# IWMISII t* fourth
«la** peMM. er« «l# not ■ ■ ’UIkIMA
by lb* law a* edkeera of Ike go#*r»* ,
in. nt ib#y being app<dnt#d and gal 4
by Ite poalmaaler In Ik# (•■•toAlcg '
dapnnmeot tey »e# recqiniggA a*
mlsr. iadfatHW .«*»#• l#*l*f—> '
I nit "I Htste* Attorn#* luckrna. (MM
Ite TiSterl dt#ir|ri ha* h#M ..rdarwA
ip Washington for ronlaranea with tka
okfa fail# of ite 4*pnrtMent of juatkA,
and upon hla arrl»al h#r# iod«y UM
a hole South Carolina »lauatlon will ba
goo# oa#. and a tin# of aitloo d#eidaA
Th# raa* of K H Binning. fnIMA
Slate* CoMmiaatonar nt Wlltnlugtqß.
N C. Is Mid lu preaekt *on* of tba
dial, uiltc* Which have ippcsmd In tka
Tolbert <**# and ll It thought tiwtnk# ,
tlons wll' #oon te given th* fnttwd
State* attorney there to mate an o|
vestlgatinn of the facia with a view to
DIED ON THE STAGE.
Actress lithel Marlow#'* >udde»
Death lit New York.
New York. Nov. t*.—With her brvath
, still routing fast frmn the effort of a
hurried exit from the stage, and the
last line* of her part still In mind, Ethel
Marlowe fell last night In the fainting
spell that heralded her death, while tho
audience before whom she had played
still fastened their eager eyeo on th*
scene ahe had Just quitted.
The art£e*s. wh„ had been playing
the part of Polly Love in "The Chris
tian,-' died of heart disease In tho
wing* cf the Knickerbocker tlwattw
shortly after It o'clock. She had kept
tier sir. tath and senses Just long
enough g Inlsh her wuik for the night,
ond left i .e boards In a glow of enthu
siastic hr. i plnetw to meet in a few brief >
; moments the Tall of the last curtain.
The third act of the play came to an
end. and theptayers waited for tho
•(.urth till after their young cumrade'a
life had quietly ebbed away. Then they
returned to an applauding audience,
and finished their part* with shattered
The audience knew nothing of tho
tragedy Itehlnd the scenes till the rur
( tain had fallen at the close of the play.
Thanksgiving Composition* For the
There are alread}' a large number ol
the competitive composition* for The
Sunday Herald in. This is the
Thanksgiving Day composition con
test which The Sunday Herald has
Inaugurated, offering prizes for the six
best compositions, two each from the
three public school grades primary,
Intermediate and grammar. Be sure
that your composition I* In Mrs. Ar
go's possession or In Tile Herald office
by noon of November 21. Be sure
that you give your name, age and
school grade. Be sure that your com
position consists of not more than 300
words, exclusive of name and ad
Notice to Soldiers.
St. Matthew's Xjuthcran church, on
Walker street, opposite thi city hos
pital, extends a cordial welcome to the
soldiers to attend their services. On
Sunday morning. Nov. 20th, the ser
vice will be in German, and all German
speaking soldiers are especially Invited
Died at Hospital.
Mr. M. Lysle. aged 80 year*, died last
night at the hospital of bronchit’s
The reniaius were sent to Park-svtlle ,
for burial. •
The ease of Emma Plunkett vs. the
Georgia Chemical works. Is still beinfc
heard in superior cpurl. „ . '