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Thomas & Barton,
no BtoisvH. mom gi
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Atlanta n«. Sm. M -UM gsa»ral
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Ml;* telrteate la tka tease
. AMNHar Maas gsssestte a Mil ta
give ttergilrete rooaia >«■»•*« swHmmk*
Hi ragutatr IV «t »M*<K *
amaiMaia* hi tkta an*
kiwat Sham* IsUwlarte a kill to f
au.ro steeping rat eotepsstao ta pro
ltd* sagsrare < out part stem* for white#
hartpr NaaMtt MllaMr*<l a Mil In
(■rail* ter tk* Sterile* of aAlp amt
crlMMat mart Jagg— aad aolkilora by
Tka Amnia iosfim'l several tom
Issues* which had baa* ta aka by (ha
prases or taat Haisrda)
la Ami Rosas ralaa vara adnptmt
Mr adjourn ml out of raapart ta Judge
August* >!«.. Mar M. lit!
JIM <be Edit'* of Thr Hamid
Mr. I »»ah to aiatr la ragstd to what
nty friend aald that Mr Vtgsl «aa
rhard*(■(* *n»agh to give only oar res-
Bon bh my removal
Timi will main a favor upon tin to
ropy thr leilcr In full that I received
front thr ml lan or. H A. Bucher, and
It wilt aimak for llaak |
I would Juat aar hrrr that a pond
moderator will rrrtainly havr a good
conference. an Incompetent moderator
wHI hava a vary bad ronfirrtif* and
If I oaa not competent, a* aald. I atn
Nit 1 oaa comp* lent rnou*h to turn
Mrr all money and other valuablr*
that vert trusted In my hands.
This I hitpn Will prove to my many
frtrnd# In regard to my compeiency.
t» Very respectfully,
Internal Revenue Service,
Atlanta. Ga., Nov. 1, IMS.
Mr. Paul Davis,
Sir; Tour letter of the 4th tnst.. In
quit tng what charge* had been prefer
red against you as stamp deputy, at
On (he report ot the revenue agent
of the distance of ymir place from the
center of business, and that a pawn
broker's office was not a suitable place
for the sale of government atampg. I
was dlroelcd by the commissioner to
appoint another deputy, who was to
have aa office In the government build
H. A. RUCKER. Collector.
Once when Mme. Nordlra was sing
ing at a concert in Texas, says Tho
Philadelphia ledger, she forgot her
warm overshoes. A cowlmy, whom sho
had utterly fascinated. offered to
bring them to her, and he did so, tint
he brought only one at a time. When
Mme. Nordlra thanked him. and In
her gracious way regretted to have
given him so much trouble, he said to
her. “Don't mention ft, ma'tu: X wish
you were a ceutipede,"
BLUE POINTS ON HALF SHELL
LOBSTERS, NORFOLK OYSTERS,
v- -EVERYTHING IN SEASON — x
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p*radta« akoat tka opaaMMA of *k» (
atlam la aa adfart ta tadma tka B*» .
atm at work to kat aat aad Jam.
them !‘am yaalaaday tka after* m—,
aaaacta—fal. A a atn bar «f twaraea
from Utakl* H«dl«o war* oorkiaa
rmatatty aod rrfaaad to aatt. Tka
atrtkaro mar*fc*di ap ta tka atm mrh
m 'irr*~.d and atmd at ta* tawnshtf
mad aatrMad tka WMfkma take tkmr
jopa. They warn raevfai at all t taw*
not to a*t thru teat m th* *«a» eaaa .
paay a yraparty. Mam ataki wh*«
the mm rarna out *d the Ma* (Star
oar* met hr the atrtkar* aad aarortad
to ta»lr haenea with all th* It* heawa
ila ran# and other ante* nrndmTo*
metrunwott* ItaM ooald prod on*
The ntaar moral op tka mate barn.
Andrew Horlaad. wae at hi* way to
th* min* wb*a he oaa amt b» a a*«y
„f etcht wnmaa. at*** of am* of »h* i
Otrlkloc mtftn » H* wa# aah*4 hy th*
women why ha o»aM aot salt end
beta the author*. Me aavo on abaalvo
aaewer aad oaa at nw* aaaaulted by
tho Ottawa. He wa* haoihed ddott.
and. after they had taken a tarn put"*
rnattnk him. oar of them abonted
■ Iwt » mab* a while »h**p «l lb*
block ah#*t>' 1 Tha ptopoettloo wa*
at once ayraed to.
While aoven of tho woman h*M him
tha elyhih hurried horn* and pot a
bucket of whlt*wa*h and a bni»h Ran*
nine bach ah* applied th* whltewaah
In a vlktirou* manner and eoon had
Itortend dir aaa I In B ault of dasalln*
ohlteneaa ft»un top to bottom ITiMt
don* thay allowed him to depart Bor
land threatens proearutlon for assault
and hattrry. Hot and aaveral other
Aa EalarprUlag Druggist.
Thera are few men more wide awake
and enterprising than Howard A Wtl
tat. who »|wre no tutln* to secure the
best of everylhlng In their line for their
many cast enters. TTiey now have the
valuable agency for I>r. King# New
Discovery for OPnaumptlon. t'ougha
and (Tolda. Tbl* I* the wonderful rem
edy that la producing *urh a furor all
over the country by Its many startling
rurea. It abaolulely cure* Asthma,
ftionohitta, H.wraeneee and all affee
tlons of the Throat. Chest and l.ungs.
Call at above drug store and get a trial
Isittle for 10e ur a regular alac for :<0
cents and gl .00. Guaranteed to cure or
When the Prince of Naples married
the daughter of the Prince of Monte
negro, he acquired one of the most
beautiful women in Europe aa a life
partner. But tier beauty does not ex
tend to her disposition, for the hec
tors her diminutive husband he Is
ouly 4 feet It ln a way that would
lie more diverting lo the household If
they, too, did not suffer. Occasional
ly the prince thinks he. ought to as
sert his authority and things are fair
ly lively for a day or two In the man
A New York Justice has decided that
a woman has a right to kiss w hom she
pleaaeP. There, now!
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! A lam lev me My.. »ud*v pwoiahe*
■leallag much more oavetoly thaa me
Goworal Mila* bo* cuaopleied aad ahb
j Mint bia report to tte way depart
| Tesla d- lares that he will abolish
! all war through tk* appHiatioh us rloc
Aged Jacob Mrwtna has been tortured
to .lealh by burglars In search of his
savings. .) •*
Tk* itu-Tlß** aclcotltlc soclatlea ace
preparing a great welcome fur Thomas
Tk* hospital doctors of Munich aro
ace s*d of barbarous cruellies on lb*
i ••Rlllle.'* the enlisted goat of the crui
ser ' Hrouklvn. ata up the Hepuhlban
Ii la believed that the Marl* Thcrraa
la ashore on Cal Island and ran poaal
hly he aaved again.
(let-many la m dig a big ranal. con
necting the rabe. Weaer and lUtlne at
a eng t of on* hundred million dollar*.
Henry B. Hyde. president of the
Kquitahla Life Association Society, >«■»
been (ortrd l»y overwork to take a real.
The captain and crew of the Brltlah
ateamer Breconshire declare they saw
the birth of a new Island In the Indian
Kl Liberal of Madrid urgea the g»v«
ernment t« conclude the peace negn
tlatlnna at once to avoid foreign Inter*
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
Bears the SW .
Signature of C JLa^/^CUoSu*'.
Unknown Part es Broke Window
Olasa In Car.
A Summerville ear was roeked by
unknown parties near the cemetery
last night. A window was smashed
and a couple of laity passengers came
near being struck by tho flying mis
Tou can get a fine ault cheap for cash
at K. J. Homy & Co.’s, 216 and 218
The eon Viet lofl of several Herman
editors for l.e* Majeat* recalls (Irani's
Interview which thv Juftioe who ac
uhaetl him of . auwiupt of the vourt-
Uro.pt sUyved hi*, hat hard down vu Ids
head and said ' 1 havati t aboWh any,
Dr> the contrary I’m trying rny best to
keep from showing It.” It must be very
hard for the editor* to keel) from show
ing contempt for many of William'*
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And Ik* Other* Wte I Mted Rates te
Thaftea IHlltwaa. come forward 1
edited U**L DsaMjand, wtecar of Ik*
tSHsrt and teap te Mm ter waited 1
Oterln Ho was -la.l ta army kits*,
aad of etmm. we tohk him for a ted-!
A reduced maa laaUAcd that fMllmaa
had. for no maauk at all. p»a>. s*d him
la Ik* ago. M'bat aay yoa. Mr Dill
man* asked the judge
' Nothing at all." said ha.
"M aa* a vary asprovokad aitdrk. so
I wIH Ana r«« tT HZ tka Judge aald.
Ho waa ywterday ratting a man #
kalr. wbra a brasher barber took tka
shears out of hi* band and did th* art
of hair trtmwlag himself Thai made
Charles mad. He Mid tblnga tkat :
were a violation of Mo. 11. It waa |2.3d
; .‘ftr, Harry Cask la reported George
f ar driving a kora* that waa a At »ufi
pvt for thr at lent ion of the 8. f*. 0.
A.. no thought Mr. Caahtg. However,
aw examination of tka animal proxed
that It kad at one time had a sore hack. .
but H had now healed up. A bad seal' 1
rquld be plainly step. Mr. fasten not j
being at court, tbe Judge reserved his
Oaorge Tatum. *
They bad acted very disorderly and
Georgia had dlt|>ia)«d a knife. Geor
Tom Uttle appeared aa prinacutor.
The evidence brought out ghownd that
Torn was guilty himself. It was an
eighteenth section charge.
Mr. James Monnihan «vaa fined $1
for failing lo remove traab.
Our prlcea on suit* only two-thirds
what others charge. E. J. Henry A
Co., spot cash tailors.
When the Regiment Came Back.
All the uniforms weJp hlue, and all the
swords and rlfi*W new.
When the regiment went marching
down the street
All the men were hhle and strong as
they proudly Moved along
Through the cheery that drowned the
music of their feet.
Oh. the music of tiicir feet keeping
time to drums that beat,
Oh, the gilt tee and the splendor of
As with swords and rides new. and in
uniforms pf blue.
The Regiment went marching to tho
When the Regiment ramo back all the
guns and swords were black,
And the uniforms had fad«-d into gray
And the face* of the men w ho marched
through that atreet again
Seemed like faces of the dead who
lose their way.
Foy the dead who lose their way cannot
look more gaunt or gray—
Oh .the sorrow and the anguish of the
Oh, the weary lagging feet out of Step
with drums thijt beat,
When the Regiment came marching
from the light,, ,
-TCI.LA \VH ICKI.RI: WU.COX.
Hearing that Kipliqg's n«w hovk hoJ
cost its publisher a shilling a Wort, a
L,,union wag wrote ,she author sa>lng
that a* wisdom was quoted at retail
prices, he would llfce one word, for
which he enclosed a, postal order for a
shilling. Kipling keps the order and an
swered with the word, 'Thanks. - '
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hoard of mollatloo aod arldtAlton ot
New Y<srk ta at hand and In sam
non# up their work the < oiamMatoaera
draw lb* fidtoated com luabma.
Use far* haa been twHUS—ld upmi
us that In the great centre* "f l**pu
latton l her la. In slnaat every bran, h
of trade, a *urtdu» of *tllm* hande.
uvl In su, h brnnehee as d" not re
quire a high degree <»f etel and tUT'd-
I licence thl* condition is r*pertally ti*»-
Ith cable; In other word#, the latior msr*
'k« I* overstocked, and the Ota aid
|fur sphatatanre lead* to a willingness
In work at rate# which often tardy
suffice "to kaap #«ul and togeth
er.” How to smell..rate this condition
Is a problem demanding the highest
degree of political wisdom.
I In tho case of the dispute* be
tween the painter*' argaaktaUdns of
the country, resolution* were adopted
by the executive council of the Amvr
•tran Federation, reoigwnislng the
Rrotherhood of Painter* and Decor
ator* of America, with headquarlets
at Baltimore, a* the bona fide orgwn
laatlon of the trade. At the ssinc
meeting the Pa|«*r Hangars' National
t’uinn wa* denied a charter until It
secure* the consent of the Brother- 1
hood of Pointers and Decorator*, the
organisation particularly In interval, i
The threatened strike of the gal
vanisers of the America* Steel ami
Wire company, °f Jobe*. W-. *W''h
involved j.teb enjnloye*. Is off. The
reduction that was -to take place was
not made. The men notified the com
pany they would not accept, declar
ing that G«v. Tanner's action In the
mining districts in using state troops
lo keep out imported labor hud set
a precedent that would prevent the
repetition in Illinois of the importa
tion of labor said to have been prac
ticed at the company's Ohio and Indi
The Industrial commission of the
International Federation of Woman's
clubs will investigate the condition of
the wage-earning women and children
of the country and offer them e\ery
possible assistance in the way of cn
couragement that they organise for
their mutual protection and benefit.
New Maple. New Orleans and Geor
gia Byrups received at Lamkin &
Hall Cain had a special presentation
of his “Christian” for the clergymen,
their wives and daughters and quite a
number attended. Mr. Cain made an
address on thk line that the theatre
was a great moral force and the rev
erend gentlemen liberally applauded,
a,Hi one made a motion to return their
thanks to Mr. Cain, which motion wns
adopted. As Hie Rev. Peter Vinegar, of
Kentucky lame. !u»» it. "Tlie Sun Do
Emperor William la charged with se
curing a railroad franchise under cov
er of his CluisUanisitiß tour. That s
light, Biliv Roy—rivilixe the Turks by
moans of railroads and then take them
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XJFtZvZ™* <0 Him '
That *«.ught the ##• •• aer:
And many a weary heart around
I la still forevermoee.
How d-4h amhUtun’# hope tak* wing. |
llu* drnups tb# aplrtt paw;
' \v* hear the dletanl's rlty s dte.
Th* dead are mute below
Tb* >un that shoae ap»n thy uath
j M»w glide* their lonaty grave*,
j The aephyra which one* fanned their
I The grass above theta wave*.
Io? could we mil the many b*cic
Whn'«a gathered here In vain.
Who ve cntelesa r«rved where *•
Who'll never meet again;
How would our very eouta b# stirred
To meet the earnest gaie
Of the lovely and the twnutlful.
The lights of other days.
To Be Glim By Black*Hie Daughters
of the Confederacy.
The Daughters of the Confederacy
of niae.kvllle. 8. C. will give an en
tertainment tomorrow. Friday, eveu
ing. for the benefit of their chapter.
.The affair will bo under the manage-
I ment of Mrs. Thomas Walsh ami Miss
1 Mamie Kelly, whose efficiency In such
matter* guarantee its sucoste.
The attorney general of Ohio who
closed up the Standard OH company,
is out gunning for various other cor- j
A Chinaman has a truck farm in the
suburb* of Washington where he rais
es many Chinese vegetables for the t
Chines*' 400 of the rapilul city.
This 1* the day when tb? candidate
has realised that muni of hi* friends
who have been so prolific tn promisee.
“hav« died, lied or run away."
All old tlmo Indications point to a
severe winter. The gooevlHine, the rag
weed, the corn Husk are In evidence,
and last, but by no means bast, the
woodchuck appear* w ith his extra-thick
fur. The summing up is that the coal
merchants are correspondingly happy.
A good argument 111 favor of news
paper advertising is advanced by the
Rristol. R. 1., Phoenix. It is a* follows:
"The newspaper goes right Into its
reader's house—goes in and sits down
with him. It is on the table when he
eats and in his hands while he is smok
ing after the meal. It reaches him
when he Is in an approachable condi
tion. That's why newspaper advertis
ing brings better results than other
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WANTED—A LADY. WITH REST OK
referenced, dvatres <m>- or two room*
In private family. Prate terms. Ad
dress A. H. C. t Herald office.
WANTED —REGDI.AR BOARDERS t
good fare and neat beds, also ona un
furnished room to rent. Apply Mrs. A.
J. Avers, corner Kills and Washington,
or W 3 Kills street. Nov 1«
7 PerCt $500,000 7 Per Cl
I FOREIGN CAPXTALIPTB WILL
XASAN HALF A MILLION DOLLARS
on realty in Augusta., O*. Term* T
per cent. For further Information ms
their attorney at Jaw, P. J. Sullivan.
Es . or Mr. P. O- Burum.
SOCIAL LG DOE No. L F. * A. M.
THE REG TI. All MONTHLY
w Communication of Social
j Lodge, No. 1. will lx- held «t
i>dr# Rooms, liasmtii Hall.
Friday Night, lllh lost., at S o’clock.
WM. J. HOLLINGSWORTH, W. M.
tv in. H. Crane, Becretaiy.
Office of Augusta Belt Ry. Co.,
.Vuguatu. Ga., Nov. n, tS9t.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
at a stieeial meeting of the stock
holders of the Augusta Beit Railway
Company, called according to laiv,
and to be held at the office of Messrs.
Jo*. B. a Bryan Cummins, Dyer
building. Room, 428, in the City of
Augusta, Ga., at twelve o'clock, m.,
the thirteenth day of December, 1898,
the question of tbe Increase of the
capital stock WIH be considered.
THOS. K. SCOTT. President.
Carlton Hlllyer, Bee. & Trea*.