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The I nlerrri** ta the Keeping ol the
Cl»te*r». All*. IT- - According to
pt«*«rt plan*. Lafayette the French
bwu. • h<> I *mt acruas the w* ta ««•
loutal *«ys VHk sword ami money to,
at* the birth of liberty on American I
•bore*, la to bav# hi* «rav* **rk»4
with a *260.u0« monument a tribute
from patriotic acbool children of Amec
President McKinley ba» concurred in
tbc plane propose* by Ferdinand W.
Pock. roromtaaiooer general to the
Parle Exposition. for tbe nnvetllo* of
tbie beautiful monument at the Parit
IKIISr OX HATS
Exposition on the Fourth bf July,
At the commissioner general's office
It 1* announced that Preaidant McKin
ley will soon Issue n proclamation des
ignating a date, pu sumably October
18, ns Lafayette l>ay, for general ob
servance In every school district
throughout the Unite* State*. Tha
governors of slates and superintend
ents of instruction will be urged |to co
On this date, which Is the anniversa
ry of the surrender of Cornwallis at
Yorktown. historical wcerfHsee win be
held in every school in the country, at j
which a nominal admission fee will he
charged. Millions of pennies and
dimes thus received from the rising
generation of American patriots will he
applied to the monument fund. With
100.000 schools and 20,000.000 young pa
triots. It Is believed that more than
enough will be realized to erect a
monument that will be the pride of two
Secretary of the Treasury Lyntan J.
Gage has boon asked to be custodian
of the fund, and It is said officially has
signified Ills willingness to do all that
he cau to add to the success of the na
tional enterprise. Designs for the
monument will be submitted next
FOR RENT OR LEASE.
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TO J. H. MOHRMAN.
Whenever foolish men are angry,
there is apt to be trouble.
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a ton sad tar Ha* Ik# set abhors
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Dill* was aa toagaat fallow He ha*
da*p aipreasir* bine aya* as* he al
ways watched for me at night ta Ibe
hallos* until ! catoe home W. h» I,
nlra Hill* wraps for tail, whea cold I
| weather came, and aoft. cool covering
to heap off th. file* ta <hr summer, j
I Physicians and good one* too. had
I prescribed tar him sad we gave him
j medicine like be was a child I laugh !
e* at my wlfn when She asked me to I
) hare a notice Minted of Dixie'* death, j
j bat she Insisted Many of our friend* |
in ( barlesion nod all Ibmugh Alabama
know him. That's why the wauled tbe
Imrsths B*4 Im Kata Afw»n BagK
CMUANCEV SUCCEBDS STONI;.
He Has Bern Appointed Bassett ser
Agent of the M. A B. Road.
Macon, On, Aug. IT.—Mr. M. J.
Ohancey, the ftvlght and tleket agent
nf the Macon and Birmingham rail
road. has been apoplnled general
freight and passenger agi-nt of tbyroad
to auereed Mr. H. Garnett Stone, who
Mr. Chanrey wilt he succeeded hy Mr.
Carl Deleraeh of the Georgia Southern
It waa aisled a few day* ago that
Mr. J. C. Shaw of Savannah would he
appointed, but yesterday Mr. Julian
Lane, the general manger of the road,
stated that Mr. Shaw would not be
appointed and that no one had y*t been
It leaked out this morning, however,
that the above appointments had been
made, and when the Macon and Bir
mingham officials were seen this morn
ing, they confirmed the report.
Mr. Ohancey, the new general pas
senger agent, is well known in the rali
uwd circles, as he has been connected
with the Macon and Birmingham for a
number of years. He Is fully capable
nf performing the duttea of his naw of
fice and will no-doubt prove a compe
Mr. Carl DeLqarh, the new ticket
agent. Is n young man. well known
in the railroad eludes, and has been
•connected with the Georgia Southern
and Florida only a short time. He Is a
young man of great promise, and alii
no doubt prove * splendid official.
! Mr. Slone's resignation goes tnto ef
fort on September Ist amt the new i»en
will go Into office on that day. Mr.
Stone leaves to take charge of the
Georgia Pine railroad, from Rutnbridgc
to Arlington ns general manager. Tbe
road is a new one. but promises lo be
one of the best railroads in the country,
and, under Mr. Stone's management,
will no doubt prove to be a succcbs.
BEAT BTHE KLONDIKE.
Mr. A. C. Thomas, of Marysville.
Tex., has found a more valuable dls
| covcry than has yet been made In the
[Klondike. For years he suffered untold
[agony from consumption, aeeompanled
by hemorr.nhges; and was absolutely
cured by Dr. King's New Discovery
for Consumption, Coughs and Colds.
He declares that gold is of little value
in comparison with this marvelous cure
—would have It. even if It cost a hun
dred dollars a bottle. Asthma. Bronchi
tis nnd all throa_t_and lung affections
are positively cured bv Dr. Kings
New Discovery for Consumption. Trial
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thaa 1 knee ta fore* la tta aaai Th*
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Following are Iho rutai which war*
adopted laat night
Kul** governing primary lo be held
on October 8. I*9* adopted by sab-
I committee. The folio* tag role, are
I hereby adopted by the sub committee
nf seven from the general city eaeeu
jtivt rommltte. whona duty It la to for
i moiste rule* for the government to tbe
city primary lo be held on October 8.
This sub-committee shall print all
the rickets lo be veiled at *a d primai y.
Said tickets shall be uniform ta sis*,
tolor an* arrangement, and shall be
designated as the official ballot Ha!*
Mrkets shall contain on one side the
name* of all the candidate* for the re
spective offices, and on lh* back of
same ahall be the words Official Bal
lot, and tbe signatures of the the chair
man and aecrotary of this sub-com
The color and tUe and arrangement
of said ticket shall be decided by said
sub-committee and by them kept secret
udtil the morning of the election. The
managers are hereby Instructed n<d to
count any ticket other than the official
ballot, as above described.
The voting shall bo done In a room
to be aelected and prepared by this
sub-committee In the respective wards,
and Ibe ballot box shall be located as
nearly aa practicable In the centre of
said room. It shall be the duly qf the
managers to see to It that there t» but
one entrance for voters or others to
said room, and that all others en
trances, If any, shall be kept closed by
the manneers, during said election nnd
rount. The exit shall be through the
same door as the entrance.
One each of the three sworn mana-j
gets and clerks at the respective pre
cincts shall be stationed together at
lt\,e entrance of said room, and It shall
he the duty of said clerk to have :»
copy of the registration list and to as
certain from same, whether or not earh
person desiring to vote Is registered,
an* If registered, the clerk shall noti
fy the manager at the door, and when
given such notice, It shall be the duty
of such manager to furnish sni(l voter
with one of the above described "offi
cial ballots.” together with a card of (
Instructions, and direct the voter to a (
booth located In said room in which to
arrange his ticket privately as he de
sires to vote it. Said voter shall ar
range his ticket without the assistance
of any one, unless unable to do so
from physical disability, of from inabil
ity to read for want of sufficient edu
cation. If the voter is incapacitated
from either of the above causes to
make out bis ticket and such is appar
ent to the managers upon investiga
tion, the managers at the ballot box, or
either of them, or one of the clerks in
the presence of such managers shall,
upon application, make out the ticket
tor such person, but shall In no case
suggest to him. either dlrecily or in
directly. which of the respective offices
to vote for, hut shall scratch said tick
et in B,eoTdance wtfh the desires of
such person. Voters fhntl arrange their
tickets by scratching out the names
of the respective •candida.tes whom they
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| Wffta+MUr. OrtaMr I. t«M tor tfc*
loMßiooi on a 9 tO* following uftcrri: |
“A omyor of (M fill of Atlooto, two
In'd*ru*o ot tore*. 00* firm tM oortti;
[•Ml* on<f 00* fmo (Mr nooth ildi; g**«|
[hi MHttK 1 1nt*ot. on* from mrfc warg; 1
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i<br regular my etortion lo Ifertwitor.!
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I “ Rf»olVf4. ißfritriJ. Thil tto jMtito nf
•old primary Hull to to 00**
ward in tto rttjr of Atlanta at 7 a. vn. i
«a<t remain <»p*n anti! 7 eVMrh p. nt .
that a Iwll. t tot •hall to phiiTti ml
*at h aotiogr pftHWt In th«* Hty of At- '
j lama, to rhorg* o 9 thr*c» gw rum man
jag m fui ttife word atkd ihivr ißorfi
( toM at |4ac*. to to •iH M| toted
'•od pultUvhfd tt Itati tig day* befort
[iwid primary by a aab-roomiurt >*f
Urv*n. twin* on • from *aeh ward from ;
It hr r*guiar twuUvp commit t** to to 1
appointed by tto chair.
I * R«*i*oiv«*d.third. That at! legally dual- j
ltt«*d whit* votara whoa* n»m» t appear ,
uq Ito Itat of regiatrrod v otora up to
I nod including dept. SI. l*»«. shall he
‘entitled to participate In tald primary,
"Resolved, fourth. Tbst n» regtstia-
Ition certineat** will be allowed »n elee
:tlon day. The manager* will allow no
one to vote unless his name appears on
|he regular registration list,
"Resolved, fifth. That the sub-eom- j
mlttee piovbbst for above shall aptnlnt
and announce the pianagert *nd rlerks
In each ward In said primary, and Alt
all vacancies up to day of primary:
|in event any manager or clerk ahall
I not appear, the manager or managers
appearing shall appoint men to All all
vacanctea on said day; shall arrange for
polling plcea. ballot boxes, and shall
make all arrangementa for properly
conducting said primary. They shall
! also ussees esch candidate an amount
necessary to defray expenses of said
! election, such as poll rents, furnish
meats, managers' and clerks' hire and
all necessary expenses of said election
and dispense the same.
"Resolved, sixth. That every voter
participating In this primary shall be
considered as pledged to support the
nominees of the same.
"Resolved, seventh. That the execu
tive committee assemble at the council
ehamliyr on Thursday, October Bth. IS9S.
at 12 o'clock, to announce the result of
jthe election according to the rules laid
down for the government of the pri
“1. That the use of carriages or other
conveyances are. either directly or in
directly, by candidates on the day of
the primary election for the purpose of j
conveying voters to or from the voting
places shall be prohibited. The rule,
of course, not to apply to Individual vo
ter* using their own private conveyan
ce* TOP their personal use. 1
"2. That it shall not be admissible
for any candidate desiring to be voted
[for at this primary to engage paid
I workers in his behalf; that, no such .
I candidate shall at any time after the
adoption of this resolution, either di
rectly or indirectly, pay to any person
any sum of money or other valualde
consideration or promise, or agree to
pay or otherwise give, cither directly
or Indirectly, any valuahle considera
tion whether before, during or after
1 the day of the primary, in consideration
of the vote of such person or of his in
tluence or service In seeking to secure
or control the votes of others In favor
jof such candidate.
j "4. That at! persons are hereby put on
notice that any candidate who submits
[his claims to the voters of Atlanta at
! this lirimary elect Hn by that action
'agrees to the coilAtion under -which
Laid election is to he held, including
[these special rulvs,®and obligates blm
‘ self to conform to- the same, nnd to
abide by the action of this executive
j committee in its enforcement of said
'rules and requirements,
j “6. That on October 6, IS9S, at the
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DCAIH OF HOWARD BIRR.
UN of Matos'* Admirable Vmag
Men I* Dead
Macon Ok. An* it. Mr Howar*
Harr died ye*4erd*y morn.n* at th#
ho** of hi* mother. Mr*. Oeorge W.
' Burr, ob Utun* airaei. WbUo the
afißou»rem««t of lh* d«mf» of on* of.
. Macon a most pr<.un*ln« young men [
1 xu no! unaxpacte* hy the family nnd j
it FQf'o. H will ba 0l shock to the gen- j
eras oommuoNr. «hkh wa* unaware
of th* very serious nature of ft* iU-j
j Mr. Burr h*» been In poor health for
a number of year* and il ha* bee«
| known for some time that he could not j
i live. i
The end came peacefully at an ear- J
ly hour yreterday morning and a life (
!of promise waa cloaed. Mr. Burr I
leave* a wife and one young rbild only
a few month* old. He married MSa*>
Speer, daughter of Judge Emory Speer
Two aiaiera. Mm. Charlea Leonard aid;
'.Mia* Alice Burr, and one brother. Mr.
' heorgo W. Burr, aurvlve him. Also,
hi* molher. widow of th* late Geo. W.
Burr, who wa* one of the oldeat and
moat highly respected citizen* of Ma- j
Mr. Howard Burr wa* atill a very
young roan, a little over thhty yearn
of age He wa* for a long time the
secretary of the Central City laian and
Trust association, being associated
with Major William Henry Boat In the
■ very successful conduct of the affairs
’nt that company. He was a young
husineae man of the most pronounced |
financial ability and but for his long
continued Illness and early death,
would certainly have advanced to a
most prominent position In commercial
Those who knew him best speak of
Mr. Burr as a most loveable and admi
cable character. He had as large a
i circle of close freind* aa any young
man of his age in the city and his
death will be most sincerely mourn-,
The funeral services will be held to- j
morrow morning from the residence on
Orange street nnd interment will be
in Riverside cemetery. Rev. T. W.|
Ellis will officiate. Following is a Hat
of the-pallbearors: Messrs. J. W. Ca
baniss. Sara Ooleraan. Walter Huff. W.
Redding, Muttro Ogden, and George
Smith * Wesson pistols from *5 to
$8.50. Several good bicycles for sale j
very cheap. Good watches fromTl.25 1
to $50,00 at I jew is J. Schaul, Reliable
Pawnbroker, under the Arlington.
Eat at the
It is not always the minister who
weighs his words that preaches the
meeting of this executive committe
those successful candidates for the
nomination for the different offices be
required to make affidavit' that he has
fully complied with the special rules. I,
2. 3 and 4, herefor, and has not in letter
or spirit violated the same in anv re
spect; and tliat on failure of any can
didate to subscribe to such affidavit,
that the nomination be awarded to the
candidate receiving the highest vote
who shall make such affidavit.”
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Jonea. 705 Broad atreet. Sept 1
FOR RENT- 7-ROOM DWBIXINO
HOI’SK U&T Greraie. with modern
ImprovemenU. Rent reasonable. Apply
UM Kill*. Rapt I
TO RENT-RESIDENCE 1221 AND 12*1
I Kills, with all modern convenience*.
I Apply 1028 Broad street. Sept 1
KENT—ONE OR TWO LARGE
cool rooms furnished. Most central lo
cation Id the city. J. E. Deas, 918 1-2
FOR RENT—B-ROOM DWELLING.
I J 305 Broad street. Rent reasonable.
Apply to J. H. Feary, 819 Broad street.
FOR RENT—SEVERAL NICE COM-
I PORTABLE dwellings, with all the
modern Improvements on Greene and
Telfair atreet. Apply J. H. I’rontaut.
1 828 Broad street. Sepi *•
,TO RENT—THE ELEGANT THRKE
| story store In the d Aettgaac build
ing running through from Broad to El
lis Now occupied by L. F.Padgett. In
quire of H. H. d'Antignac or Z. W.
Carwile. Sept 1
!tO KENT—NICE 8-ROOM HOUSE.
| liof, Reynold street. Apply 1023 Broad
street. Aug 17
j for RENT—a SUITE OF 3 ROOMS.
from October 1. Apply at 4 °2 Broad
: street. Aug 19
FOR RENT—7-ROOM dwelling
house. 1257 Greene street. With mod
ern improvements. Rent 225 per month.
Apply 1256 Ellis,
i Sept 9 Mon wed Sat
TO RENT—THAT NEW DESIRABLE
residence. No. 318 Rrnad street, from
October 1. Leonard Pblnizy. Aug 6
Mon wed sat 2tvks
TO PARTIES BUYING LIFE INSUR
ANCE: There is a stamp tax of eigh
ty cents per thousand under the new
revenue bill. The Penn Mutual pays
this. Many companies make the policy
holder pay it. See me and save this.
I -p. Heard, General Agent.
SHORTHAND AND TYPEW RITING
only $5.00 per month at Osborne's
Business College. Monday, Wednesday
and Friday, at night. Come or call nt
once. Great demand for stenographers.
June 17 ts
BOARDERS WANTED AT 739 TEL
FAIR street. Will furnish rooms and
meals on reasonable terms. Septl
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«M. J. HOM.IN'iVR OKTH. W. M.
WM. M.CRANK tacmary.
:THE FRIEND* AND ACQUAINT*
I ASrrs of Mr and Mia. J hn D.
| Ixatan and o, Mrs S J. Gnffln and
i family. *re re.|u*-#f -d to attend tta
funetal servi<e* of MR*. KiHN D.
I l.*»*!AN. flom the r-*ld<’»<* of her
mother. Mrs. 8. J Grtfltn. near Jen
kins. Oa.. THU KIND AT MORNING,
at It o'clock.
Think of It! For H W we give you un
restricted choice of m«e» atyles of
beautifully finished cheviots, raeslmeres
and fancy worsteds.
The fine tailoring of every garment
offered In this sale will prove we aro
gtvlng you the most reliable bargains
ever offered In this city.
You Will Find Many
$0 00 and SIO.OO
SUITS in This Sale
Why are we sacrificing? Simply this—
we are making preparation* for our
winter purchases, and want to make a
clean sweep of many styles that are
not moving fast enough to satisfy us.
We cannot guarantee your size in all
styles, but assure you that the variety
'is so large tbat you are bound to make
a good selection and receive your cor
rect Hize. -
We will exercise our usual care in the
'measuring and fit of these garments.
I Be on hand and grasp a golden oppor
Old Polar Ice Works Maciicery
Pups, Tails, Pipes, Sc., Cheap
LuM Iron Works
Uncle Sam’s Navy, Port
folio No. 9, just received
at Herald Office.