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Order* Issued Today to Drive Out Huckster*
About Camp, i
Men to B# Kept Out Election Day—Oenerei Butler
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aall oat ib#»r *«ock Tb# #«b#r order
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Goner*] Order* Na 41.
I. On and after tb# !M Hut- •!>
rteuoM la tbit rommtad will be e«m
ditrc# 4br tb# r**la«tu tteomriv#*.
No private partlo* will b# *lU»w#d «•>
roadart th*## tnatiuitioo# »n#r Hal
<tate. Brigade common<l»r» •«» <*kr
<ho aereaaary aseaouroa to aa# that «*»'#
order l* carried lato offset- Tb# #••*
of whlobey. bnaUr or belter Itquon
to atrtellr forbidden Mob wilt not b*
•Mowed to Uko botH#d •« ' h>,r
teat# of remove It fro* the c.n.een
building- It ba# bdrn reported br H»#i
officer of tb# dar «bat bottle# are found
•nattered about the camp. »hotr!nf not
previously tbla rat# baa not been ' #■-
forced U wilt bo rrictty enforced tn
the future. The regimental canteen
when properly conducted, to of great
value and benefit to tb# men. but un
lesa the prerertbed rule# are properly
enforced It become# a detriment to tho
wrvlre. _ .
By romr%ati(l of Brtfadltf Oenerßi
Oobin: M*J- STRONG.
AeetoUnt Adjutant General.
Headquarter# Finn Dlvlaton, Second
Camp McKentte. Ga.. Dec. 8. IP*.
General Order No. 41.
1. Wednesday, the 7tb Inst, being
election day for the citr of Auguota
no passe* will be l*oued to enlisted
men of this command to take effect
earlier than 7 p. m. Any permanent
pawtea that may be out will not be
good on that day. This wUIfnoJ. apply
to the necessary details which may be
made so rthe purpose of securing gov
ernment supplies from the Q. m. or
By command of Brigadier General
Assistant Adjutant General.
General Axline had Intended to bring
bis brigade down for a march through
Bmsd street. He had not, however,
consulted with the other oflf!c»rs on the
matter and as General McKlbbon will
soon relieve him it is not a settled
matter. Efforts are being made, how
ever, to get Gen. Gobin to bring his
whole division for a review on Broad.
If thiß Is done a sight long to be re
membered will be presented.
A detail of a large number cf men Is
busy getting the rifle range of the
sars In order for rffle practice. The
range was offered to the camp officers
and they will Improve It a great deal.
The crematory of the Fifteenth Min
nesota Is In working order and the of
ficers of the other regiments ere or
dered to examine it and build others of
the same type for their regiments. The
work of the furnace is complete and
it Is quite Interesting to watch it.
Water is being run to the camp of
The Eleventh signal corps have
moved camp to the place at the and of
Telfair s.reet -occupied by tha Aixth
Majors 8.--'Anniston, tVocdOridg# and
James bars b»#a appointed a'consult
ing beard .
Major Woodbridge Will exam In# all
applicants for discharge*
General Oobin recciv-d » vote of •>"•••-
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THE AUGUSTA HERALD.
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Ac*. IH«*e #f C*. C t# atek t«4#g
('ortoll of O*. A b»» returned lb*
rv*t. Xeteo# of Co. Gla officer of lb#
U Termcy of Co. K I* commsod r#f
I Aecond U. Haley ta so ■#• rial 4«ity
Iwifb Co. t,
U. Barber of Co. I! b a# #pr«tal
I duly wttbCn. Id
Id. Bnobstovar of Co. ft bo# berm
placed in «mimond of t *o, y.
Act. C. A. Brt»«* of Co. f, firm*#*
pfoeoat aort»om. bo# been given an
campiet! nt Co. O boa returned from
j Agt Rocbey of Co 1 b»» been given
a furlough In Deeember ».
! f*hU k. Coltlk# 004 Abbott ore W* tn
O rval of Co. T. baa returned from
Co. E went on prarvit duty tbla
U. Vorroe. lw*» corporal* and eight
private# go on provest duty ot Wbele##
i Pout Hummel war rnHated ta the
: hand at th# order of tb# war deport
j Tha football t«*m la puriha#ioc atilt#
!ollh maroon aneotera.
j Corg. Cr#go leovo# for hi# holne to
j Id. Foote of Co. Bla commander or
Summary court waa bold at one
Lt. Brits of Co. E la officer of the
Id. Bowera of Co. C ta officer of the
Id. Hepateln of Co H. who h»# been
sick at hla h*nie with typhoid fever,
has rejoined his company.
Corp. Holler of Co. C, who has been
sick In Citambershurg. has returned.
Id. B. H. Cochett haa returned from
Id. Balck of Co. A ta officer of the
Arthur Grant of Co. K. has been ap
AT MASONIC FAIR.
A Very Attractive Program Arranged
After a day of rest from social
pleasures the fair votaries will open
up their booths tonight and last week’s
financial and social success will be re
The visitors tonight have a treat
In skire for them. The long looked
for fortune teller has at last arrived
and her tent has been erected, and she
will doobtles do a rushing business
Numerous additional features have
been arranged for this evening's en
Special features have been secured
for chlldrn’s day, which will be Wed
nesday, and a fgestive time will be en
joyed by the little ones.
A pound of candy won by Mr. S.
L. Lawton awaits him at the candy
Lt. W. E. Sands or the first Ma
ryland won a barrel of flour at the
A box of cigar awaits Lt. Puring
ton at the country store.
A fin? military quartet lwlll be heard
Wedneeday. Their voices are said to
be exceedingly good and will be one
of the chief attractions of the evenv
The dancing hall this evening will
h« au usual on* al the most popular
isaturee of th# fair, and wili b» grac
ed by a number of social favorite*.
Copt. L. Sandail of the 35tb Micbi
g»a who has been staying in the city.
h‘as -relnmed to camp. j
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- tkg of Georgia were affiraffil. We bad
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Tb* okt> slight miskap that oorar*
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Wo arrived off p..ft<e Porto Ktco
i on# evening sHovt bib# o'clock. W#
I dtaemborked god weot into the city.
poor# ta g city of about fan# thous
and p-opl#. Tb# Streets are well poved
better tbog Augusta Ir-tit 4 the
homes are built of brick kb<l a wblto
Tb# Arne-tvs# flag floats etarywbefa.
Street can. mol# peer##, ao trolleys,
gad etactrlr light* lb# city has Tb*
hotel# gre egcelloat and Ike caistne
, all that could he d<-»ln d I woat to
ibeatre# ###eral rimes while th#*n, Ev
ery night tbenr ta music on the plain
sad all society gathers tin re la tb#
I theatre# tb*r» la ao ##P#ration of tb#
I racet* lb# uvgrnes aad whits sitting
In fact, (to Itae of color ta drawn
| in the scylsty on the Island.
From Ponce we went to Mavagtiei
> a city of U.WP people, attualed on th#
roa»t Tb* country w# found to be
hilly, hut splendid roads all over tba
Tb# farmers plow up the mountain
sides as well aa on level ground. Cof
fsd la lb# principal product. We found
MayaguAi a city much llhe Ponce.
Th# street railway’s «r of lb# narrow
gauge style, and so are the steam rail
roads. Th trains are small asffir#.
regular dummy engines being used.
I was very anxious to see San Juan
and ao after a travel of 70 tullea we
reached that City. The first place 1
visited was Morro Castle. 1 saw
where Admiral Bamp«on had left the
mark of his sheila, and In one place
in the city, the Spanish soldier* bar
racks. the masonry was damaged In a
great many places. I went to a rathe
dri In San Jnan and was shown what
was said to be the body of a saint,
embalmed. I hswe been fold that It Is
a wax figure. I cannot be positive
about Jt, however.
I visited Fort Christopher Columbus,
one of the finest and largest fortifica
tion In Porto Rico. It protects the
city, extending from the limit or the
bay to the city. The masonry on the
fort is 300 feet thick.
There is an American postmaster at
San Juan, Lumpkin of Savannah. In
the military offices a great many na
tives are employed.
The country. I am told, is a great
deal superior to Cuba in soil and cli
I wore summer clothes there, hut
did not find the weather oppressive.
The nights were most pleasant. It was
the dry season, hut even had lt been
the wet One I understand that only a
shower, lasting about one hour each
day would have made any difference
in the w-eather.
Yes, I am jnurh pleased with the
country and am satisfied that any one
with a bit of capital to invest can
make a good thing of It by going lntr>
the export business. Oranges, can be
bought there at 25 cent* a hundred,
and cocoanutß, etc., at similar prices.
A dollar in our money Is worth Just
$1.65 in theirs, so the purchasing pow
er of it, you see, Is great."
■•What is this, Mr. Garllngton V‘
queried The Herald man, picking up a
cap of brown texture material with
a green band around it, that lay on
on the office desk.
“That," said the attorfney, “Is a cap
i used by a Porto Rican soldier. I got
1 it in San Juan. I have *l«o » Span
ish fiilg that I collected among the
sduveniri' of flsy trip. In a day or go,
I will receive a few photos taken by
a friend of inias, who was-Tn oar trav
eling party and who -i« davelop’.ng
them in New York. He bad a, owners,
along and snapped many views of
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.SKELETONS IN A OtSCRT.
Ho4W* #f s Surgeon aad ttts s#r»ant
Ann Francisco. Gal., I#e«. The
isvWes of Dr. George Kitg< lk#. a veter
insry #uigeon of lyis Angalys, and hi*
' servant, Peter Kdmlstun. who dlsap
|i.-ar#<l nearly two years ago. after
icartna I-o# Angulo# tn a light wagon
; to Jcln Dr. Engclke'a fstn ly In F al *
Lake, have been, found In a small ba-
I sin m one of the most desolate spot*
i |o the desert of southern Nevada.
Nothing remained but the skeletons,
the flesh having been atripped from th*
i bone# by coyotes. Tho akulla were
' harked In n number of placet, and In
that of EAmlston were found two bul
let boles. The remains of the wagon
were found where the woodwork had
beeen burned by the murderers.
About thre weeks ago a Mrs. Gros*
made a confession to th# authorities of
Lo# Angeles that a man named Joh.t
Hancock, with whom she hsd bren llv
' ing, had murdered Engellte and Edmia
ton for their outfit. The women said
she and Hancock were journeying to
' Salt Lake, when they were overtaken
by Engelkt and Edmlston The,’
! Agreed to Havel, together and Hancock
murdered them for their money one
I night aa they slept.
UR. BUXTON ILL.
Found In Critical Condition In His
Dr. Thomas Buxton was found last
night in a very'Critical condition by a
Dr. VlAetto waa called In and found
that he had some heart trouble, of
which he Is a sufferer. He Is still in
a low condition, but Is resting very
Mr. Garlington described bis home
ward voyage, stating that the trans
port was caught in a storm off San
Salvador island, and those on board
had one night, of a tossing sea and a
howling wind that was anything but
“About fifty miles from Savannah, ’
confined he, “I was the first one to diS
cover the wreck of a schooner. I waa
on the bridge and sighted two masts
protruding from the water. I told the
eaptain o£ lt a oil, he took u look at
through Ills glass. The veaael was way
•undar water.- W* passed several ottiar
wrecks, as the i big storm had Just
blown over N»w, I believe I bar*
given you an outline of my trip—have
anyth eT Porto 'tfllcan cigar
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Ktlkkt. of fikell Bluff, baa refried tb*
!w. K Rhvd*# farm tad will oooe
1 nan Mr. Rkvla go*# to Burke to
fbf place recenMy og-np ed by Mr V.
1 !1 Pace. Mt Santo# 1 M, lx>llaa<l will
1 move h . ta<*t and fl#)> market two
| d<xtr« sw of the present location. Mr.
| (tao. M. Vt'ealherford r#> *» • f* rn>
Imp Mb. Mr* flne M (hi »'TI on 4
, ~y ifee janm bvaee in Rrcdb#i«vlllr.
The new dwelling of Dr R fl Midler
i* nearing rompleilon Rn C. M.
Carswell will #ooo move to the fllory
place. Mr H. J. Hell nmewplai”*
moving to knvanngh. Mr. H T.
1 Gre»n »pe*kg of going in buatneas tn
I Minnie Rev. E H. Wood, of Ac
. worth, will occupy the parsonage in a
' few daya.
Mia. J. T. Bmbw#U. of Angugtg.
: nil# 111 the village today.
Sec RscheloT'a Honeymoon tumor
, tow night
Aiigiuda. Ga.. Monday, Dec. 5. 189 S.
I Ofltce located In I’nlted States Govern
I ment Ruilding: telephone No. 1572.
Forecast for 2<? hours ending * p. m..
' Dec. 4. IR»*
Washington forecast for South Car
! nlioa: Fair tonight and Tuesday,
1 high west winds, diminishing.
tVashlngton format for Georgia:
Fair tonight and Tuesday; warmer lo
nrrthweet portion Tuesday afternoon
or night: brisk west wimN. dlmlnUk
l/tcnl forecast for Augusta and vi
cinity- Fair tonight and Tuesday.
The river at Sa. m. was Ifi.2 fee a
rise of 3.5 feet In the prs< 24 hours
The storm this morning overlies the
northeast section, having been attend
ed by moderately heavy precipitation
In the past 24 hours, frrm the Ohio
valley eastward to the Atlantic bonier,
together with the following prominent
maximum velocities: New York city.
76 miles from east; Boston. 52 miles,
east; Buffalo, 14 miues. northeast; the
maximum nt Augusta yerterday reach
ing 36 miles per hour from the south
The -old wave now covers nearly ho
entire country, but has not yet reached
the upper Atlantic state,#, while clc.v.
skies arc largely prevalent over the
Sou'h thtr, morning, where a large por
tion is below the freezing point.
Minstrel sale open tomorrow morn
Judge Callaway Sick.
Owing to the sicknes sol Judge Cal
laway the calling of the appearance
docket at the superior court this mor
ning was postponed until the 19th inst.
Augusta Mantel Company.
Attention is called to the leaders of
the Augusta Mantel at Supply Co., who
have on band and are putting up a flne
lint atWeathsr- Stripe The «*ly thing
to keep put-tlae cold winds an® drafts.
Orest big Minstrel Festival Thurs
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prieUtr In »*Hl*l#n.
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r»raa a feote! proprlftor of Dwryffi.
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bl#n rvper the *#fr in the room and ea
#r >Ft with several hundred dollavn.
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vein and V died almost instantly.
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who •nuke fiafM fairly well, then
i.r- r* • *ed with the‘r work upon the
•as Mia* Kaff# Mrndgbab. a servant
employed hy Copeoisn bearing tit#
noise began to #crra» The robbers
seized h*r and f»#i#«ed a gag between
her teeth and ah# vs* belples.-*. They
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LtAVF.S TODAY TOR august a
l.ett. J. R- w atle* Cmning to Hl*
Gen. J. R Wat!#*, with Mrs. and
Miks Watlea. let. for Augusta this
morning, where Geo. Watte* will b#
attached to the Seeond army corps, iiu
dir command of Gen. Young. The
brigade to which Gen. Watles Is aa
.iynrl conslats of two full reglmenta
and it battalion, the troop* coming
from Pennsylvania, New |lamp»hlre
and Tenneage#. Gen. Wilis’* head
quarters #lll he at Summerville, Au
guata’B prettiest suburb Mrs and
Miss Wnties will go on to Charleston,
the former home of Gen. Watles, where
they will visit relatives for some time.
The departure of Gen. Wtties and fam
ily from A merle us is mueh regretted
by the large number of friends made
i during tbelr very pleasant stay of
j nearly a mo*ith here.
A BRILLIANT LECTURE
Hon. J. Henry Eagle on "Henry W.
Grady” at the V. M. C. A.
i One of the moat pleasant events of
! the week will be the lecture of Hon.
T. Henry Eagle on “Grady,” at the Y.
M C. A. Thursday night. He Is one
of the most brilliant young lecturers
on the platform, and his lecture on
Grady is one of his best. He has re
ceiv’d nattering newspaper notices
wherever he has appeared, and Thurs
day night’s 1 eat lire will be one that
will pay any man to hear.
Speaker Fllppin, of the Kentucky
Legislature says: "It is the most
classic lecture of our day. It is new as
such eloquence Is always uew. It is
worthy a Haskell, a Prentiss or a
The members of the Association will
be admitted free with a lady friend.
Non-members will be charged the reg
NEW YORK’S FIRE
It Was One of the Most Spectacular
New York, Dec. 5.--A fire wieckid
the buildings on the west side ot
Broadway between Warren and Cham
bers street last night and this morn
ing was the most spectacular as well
as the most destructive Nt"v York has
known in years. It was also the first
In which the department contended
egaiirii a blaze In the. upper stories of
a modem skyscraper. The Rogers feet
building’s ruin, with all contents,
seems «pmifets^.Ssa. 6 i^® rable
was done the Postal- Telegraph bund
ling »]’hough the top floor suffered
mow seriously. Loss over a million.
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DR. H. C. DOUQtfTY’S II.NERAL
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M. IWt (hsnh.
Tb* fawn of Dr. Henry 1 <oigk#’l
* Itongbtv wbirh oc*ffiv#4 gt It o cUwk
ihit Morning from At, Pgul* Nurrh.
i teg* one of tbe Igigest that ha* eve#
,»tirred In Augusts IM. C. C. WH*
ham* Offinaied with Ik* impr###f#4
burial eervie##, and th# church we#
all.d with •omrslaf friend*
Tb# faculty nt tb# medical college,
where b r reniteied *t*rh taluabte #er*
vice*, anl rtudntg, attended la a body,
and fornud an enrart tn th# renuttlj,
where the remain* were laid to reffi
under a mound of (lowers.
The casket was h,*rne by Meads. H*
C. Hall S L. Sha ill H. C Barrll.
F. H. Miller, Jr., and Dr. !.* Grand#
! Guerry. 9
Th> genileoien *et#d a#
honomrr Ibe.m r*
vi< **i W 3. Cohen. V. J Dorr. A.
|C. Durban. J W. McUughltn. G. O,
! McLaughlin and M. K. Macaulay.
■ Great Colorod Minstrel Festival opena
STONE’S PLURALITY 117.61 a.
Tk# Official Computation of the Vota
j Hurl Mkk& D*r- 5 The official
.omputailon of the vote a*, the recent
. election ha* been complied rongroso-.
man-at-lsirge Galuaba A. Grow Irada
j »n tha republican ucket. with Judge
1 \V. W. Portar of rhdadelpbla -.•cond.
1 Governor-Elect Stone's plurality Is
| shown* to be 117,6X2. The.-e are the to«
For Governor —Win. A. Stoue, 469,»
! *3l: George A. Jenk*. 352,222: S. C«
■ Hwallow, 131,537.
For l.ieutenant Govurnor—J. P. d,
iGobtn. 505.283; Wm. H. Sowden. :153,«
281 F,. D. Nichols, 66,930.
For Secretary of Internal Affairs —•
Jam## W. Latta. 514.609; Patrick Dc-
Sae#y. 848,909; S. D. Dickson. 58.123.
For Superior Court —Wm W. Por
-1 ter. 526,945; Wm. D. Porter. 517,036;
Wm. Trickett. *12,564: C. M. Bower.
For Congress-at-Large —G. A.
Grow. 532,848; H. A. Davenport, 520.-
773; F. P. lamß, 350,213; J. N. Wei
Bachelor's Honeymoon tomorrow
night. Great show.
!a Prominent Citizen ot Greenville
County Passes Away.
Greenwood, e- 0., Dec. 6.—Dr. Hen
ry P. Goodwin died Saturday after
noon at his home at Lima, this county.
He had been ill for ten dnys and in
bud health some months. Dr Goodwill
was a member of the last Legislature,
having served several terms. He was
defeated this year for reelECtion large
ly on account of bis salary reduction
measures and dispensary views.
He was a member of the March con-
I vt’ution and was always firm in his po
,lli leal beliefs.
He leaves u wife and twelve children,
|one daughter at Wlnthrop and a son
His age was 49.
Jeremiah M. Whitmore, a prosper
ous aud prominent farmer and ex
, member of the suffered
* slight stroke of paralysis a lew days
I ago while in town He is now resting
1 easy at the '-Windsor Hbtei
Bachelor’s Honeymoon tomorrow
night. Great show.