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In Allaata the other day a young'
woman said In larael Zgngwltl "You
are such a eurprUr Carlyle nald Hie
Jew had no humor ' '•Tea." i<*o'|eil
the erltlf, "hut Cariyk wa* a Scotch
Governor Johneioa of Alaiwma In an
autoyratih letter to The New York
Herald, publlehed In far eimlle. de
clare* that "any attempt to subject
southern people to aegro Uomlaation
will end In revolution."
The Augusta Cknmtrt* predirt* that
James Hamilton l.ewl* will boh up se
renely. He 1* constructed on those
lines - Savannah Press He Is a Itot n
Georgian and a Georgian is nut apt to l
stay down. Ronte Tribune.
Miss Ruth Vanwinkle of this city j
received a check recently from Miss,
Emma V. White, of 824 Nicollet ave
nue. Minneapolis. Minn., of which she
Is sery proud. The check was In
payment of the premium for one of
the prettiest pansies exhibited at Mr*.
White's 1898 Pansy Prlxe Contest.
The big football game this afternoon
between Yale and Harvard Is a con
tinuation of laat year s struggle, when
at the and of the game the score stood
oto 0. It la estimated that twenty
five thousand people will Ire on the
Yale field, and fcpoolal trains will lie
run from New York and Boston. To
day’s game ends the Intercollegiate
season and the boys go out of train
Blush —You did not stop at the drug
store as I requested you?
Beryl Montague's voice rung out
clear and cold
As for Mr. Montague, her husband,
he drew himself up to his full height.
"No!” he answered haughtily. "Have
I not given my word that I will never
do anything to bring the blush to your
cheek? Telephone for your complexion
and tel! the druggist to send it up!"—
New York World: The last seven
presidential elections have been car
ried alternately, with the regularity
of a four year clock, by each of the
two great political parties. The record
.187® —Tilden. democrat.
» tlMiO—Garfield, republican.
In 1900, according to the rule, the
president should again.be a democrat.
Will history repeat itself and who will
be the man?
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!n<d vol# th* (Mnorratir tlrhrl.
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Into lh* hand* of the Hequblrkn pnr*y.
and were at lh ta.rry of Its leader*.
The question then arise*, did the poll!*
Ie»l leaders betray ihe Imal?
It will be Interesting to not* Dr.
conclusion* In hi* *ub**q leul
letter, which Is to deal directly with
the paat two year*, culminating »o lh*
ell Ting event* of the paat ten day*.
It Is very evident from the nslure
t ol the complaints of the planters In
the old Cotton Belt of the south, says
The Providence Journal, that the tna-
Ijorlty of them are Ignorant of the real
i cause of their troubles snd unswsre
j of the changer! conditions In their tn-
The truth Is that there Is an almost
| perfect parallel between their present
situation and that of the New England
farmers a half century ago. when the
: great west flnrt began to open up Its |
marvelous fields of wheat and corn.
The flood of grain that then began to
pour Into the markets, selling at prices
with which they could not possibly
compete, at once threw them Into a
panic; they could sec nothing but
ruin and starvation before them Bat
In a little while they recovered from
their fright and despair, and recogniz
ing tile Inevitable gave up the hopeless
task of trying to raise their old
crops, turned their attention to dairy
ing and market gardening and ulti
mately learned how 10 get a good Hv-
InJt. the smarter of them even making
small fori ones, notwithstanding the
western competition they at first
though was fatal The planters of the
old south seem likely to go through
much the same experience, though as
yet few of them are awake to the
real facts of the ease. They are com
plaining bitterly of the low price of
cotton and attributing It to almost ev
erything but the true cause. They
do not or will not see that the real
cause of the low prices Is the Increas
ed and Increasing competition ftom
new fields of cotton raising, and that
the only way In which they can obtain
relief Is by turning their attention to
other crops or by resorting to more
scientific method* of cotton cultiva
Ths three most advanced nations of
the world, not Including the Tutted
States, spend $4 on military pre pa ra
tions to every dollar spent for educa
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Mrtmffte Journal: The laa mle In
Oils ronnty la 111 on the ihowiaind 4«»-
lnr« In addition to the Mate laa aa
additional 111 us 11, T* la levied In IMu
«t mad duly. You may ImateVlu*
blame for thta heavy burden whemer
you ptraee. hut I to- far I tvmame that
Ihe people will n«l BUIMWIt much lonaer
to itrh tala that.
New York World: What horrid thing]
Is this ihal Is s*ld In Nrvada-Wenaloc
Hlewsct not s sMveille Tush. The I*4-
march's voter I* ailvrr. hi* whisker*
arc silver, his blood Is quicksilver snd ■
hi, views on silver are knows to evrrv j
page and stenographer In the wnaic,
ihamler. There Is even a sterling :
ring ' In the message which the vete
rans sends to The World denying ths!
he Is of can be defeated fair re-elec
Tpaon Pilot: The demand for ballot
reform which was #o strongly voiced In
the farewell meassge of flevernor* At- |
klnson and In the Inaugural address of,
Candler, meet* a ready responae from |
the press of the stale We must have
liettrr election law# In Georgia and thej
piescnt session of the legislature will,
be justly condemned as a failure if it |
shall end without a practical and thor
ough act to give better protection It* I
Judging from the deliberate way In
which the American peace commission
ers are acting there may be something,
In the statement that the Spanish war
was a republican war. Thing* are not [
I icing closer] up In the way In which
democrat* have been In the habit of |
closing them, say* the Peoria Herald. (
Imagine. If you can. Andrew Jackson
Submitting to the delay and the Span
ish and European Inault* that are be
ing heaped upon us.
Forsyth Chronicle: In a vein or spir
it of humor anti pleasantry, "Mcddlei
writes that It Is a favorable argument
with modern evangelists that we should
visit no place where It would be impro
per for our wives and daughters to ap
pear—"no place w here we would not he
willing for tyetn to lie present and hear
and HOC all that was said and done,"—
and then at the conclusion of their ser
vices appoint a meeting for men only
no ladles admitted wives ami daugh
ters to be left at home.
Omaha Bee: The holders of Spanish
bonds bought them at rates which they
considered a good Investment, and they
took them subleet to any contingencies
that might arise affecting their value
and security. The government that Is
sued them still exists and Is responsible
and to that and that alone the tman
i„h creditors must look for payment.
The t’nlted States has a plethoric
tieasury, but there Is not a dollar of
American money available for paying
off Spanish debts.
There were million* of dishonest and
criminal profit for somebody In the vast
qualities of rotten meat and spoiled
canned goods supplied by eon ti.rut to
our soldier* in the war. A targa amounr
or th. canned u««r furnished tu ihe
soldier* lu Cuba Was beef that bad
beet boiled for aXtraoi* and bont&med
ho fftare nutriment than so much straw
The sale of Worthless and poisonous
stuff to the government for food for
rh»v nrm> was simply an a< i of mur
di r ,s;iys the Newark Advertiser.
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A hooM* burdened head,
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t nqiKwlx tiln* apon
A lovloa l>rea*i
My good right hand forget*
Ita running noo;
To manh the weary mar eh
I know not how.
t am «f>t eager, bold.
Nor Mrong **U ih*t la paat;
1 am ready not to do.
At Mat, at lad.
My half day's work la don*.
And thta la all my pan;
T give a patient God
My patient heart
And graap hi* banner still.
Though all the blue be dim:
These stripe*, aa well aa atari,
50ME 0000 SHORT STORIES.
At a dinner in tendon a few yeara
ago Mr. Gladstone wa* sketch Inn a
stirring rrene In the House of Com
mon* in the early fortlea. Bays an ei
rhange. Lord Granville was a guest
at the dinner, and was In the Commons
at tho time of the events to which
Gladstone referred. "Did you take
pa'rt In the division?” asked Mr. Glad
stone of Lord Granville; "I can’t re
merolier whether I did or not." "Not
remember!" fairly shouted Gladstone:
"Why, it was only forty-eight yeara
For days she had hovered at death's
door, liui now the fever had turned at
“You will recover!" exclaimed the
A shade of anxiety swept across her
"Will my hair grow curly?" she de
Ah, how pitifully confounded Is
science before the really Important se
crets of the future.— Indianapolis Jour
When Pope was first Introduced to
Lord Halifax to read his Iliad, the no
ble critic generously criticised this
passage and that word at frequent In
tervals. The poet was str.ng with vex
ation, for the parts that most pleased
him were the ones most criticised. As
he returned home with Sir Samuel
Garth he revealed his displeasure.
"Oh." said Garth, "you are not ac
quainted with his lordship: lie must
criticise. At the next visit read him
the Same passages and tell him you
rscollsstsd hi* criticism*.’' Pope m»de
use of this »trai«g*tti t«rd Halifax
was delighted and exclaimed ' Pops,
they ars ndtf Inimitable."
Wnycrons Herald: Tin ghostly scan
dal nf the hospital service during the
late war-wilt be Investigated.
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And of Georgia.
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pritf.rtW.wr Th»m*e A #**•*djr. ihe
tittied hypnottM us London. I* dead in
Re retary of War Alger Iwwfterled the
transport ship* which are lelll* Rtted
twri at Phlladetpht*.
Mr I'bamherialn aaya the I’ntted
Rlatew. Germany and Japan dealer an
open door to China.
Ppam insist * that the protocol d-iea
not warrant any reference to her with
drawal from the Philippine*.
Hub Peter Meldrtm. or**<■»>! mayor
of Paiannab, annesso. tbat he 1*
again willing to run for mayor.
Married for St yeara, Joshua Bragg
and hi* wife, harsh, died twenty-two
hour* apart yesterday in New York. |
Oovernor-eiect H*>o*evrlt ha* lector- j
ad In Lowell, Mara., on the auhject: ,
The Western Movement of the Am est- !
An effmt la being made to get
"acaba" to go from Ravaanah to OH the
(Mace* of striking longshoremen at ,
It la reported that lb<*« and Cannon, i
who publish the OonMt Kvenlng
Journal, are arranging to begin the ,
at an early date.
A woman Mole an alarm dock yes
terday In a New York store and when .
vlaeed In her pocket off went the alarm
< uniting her arrest.
Donkeys have been Introduced tn j
Berlin to take the place of dogs which
hitherto hav* drawn the light traffic of
the streets of that city.
Secretary Alger denies that If Sena
tor McMillan 1* appointed ambassador j
to Great Britain that he will Beck the !
latter’s seat in the senate.
W. F. May A Co. of Chattanooga
were awarded the contract to build the (
big hospital In Ruvnnnah. They must .
finish the work in sixty days at a cost
Telephonic communication has been
effected between n number of farms in!
Australia by means of wire fences, as
has long hven done on Western rattle
ranges in the United States.
Cotton receipts at the warehouses of
Aroerieus have fallen off perceptibly
within the past week. But little re
mains In the country to be marketed,
and very little picking is being done
Street "scraps" are said to be be
coming quite frequent of late In Amer-
Icus, and a number of arrests are made
by the police and provost guard. None
of the tights were of a serious nature,
The French nation Is mourning the
loss of the national stanm collection,
valued at *125,000. It was stolen from
the general postofflee in Paris recently,
fiver}' nation possesses such n collec
tion, receiving specimens of each issue
printed by other nations.
Miss Olga Nethersoie Is Indignant.
She has Just artlvad from Europe, and
detsUsd tier plan* to the *«»eiriklea re
presentatives of the Xsfv York gr*s*-
Sh* resented a Question about the • Car
men' kiss, and declared that tbs sen
sationalism which developed therefrom
was not of her doing, that she would
never grain do the. kissing act.
Military CUFF BUTTONS
Uniforms to Order
Overcoats to Order
718 BROADWAY 718
"Good Taste ArpaYtl”
Pr#tty White Teeth
On* "rnul T«eh W **n >**«*
IN Tek Whit*, the •**»»
NaMhy aed IN Btaaik Nsn
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Are You Thinking
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Come to us for them
and further in
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Farm of thirty acres just
Dwellings, stores and
f f ices in all sections of the
Several of J. B. White’s
new Broad street houses
are still unrented. Special
prices will be made to de
John W. Dickey
] A J library Building.
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I Largest BHkMnli - - - - Lo»«l l*r.'mium*
Collator* Wanted; call or write.
H. H. BTKINKR, Bpeiial Ag*nt,
fl 6 Dyer Buildin*
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arbitral* th* Philippine question
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FREE OF CHARGE.
COAL and WOOD
North Anjtvsta Coal ASnpply Go
Mwaatliy and UMitif kauumd
F W SCOFIELD, PRESIDENT
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We sell Eastman’s Kodaks
and all size FILMS. Call
and see how cheap we can
supply your wants.
We have a full stock of
latest styles of Stationary.
All goods finest made.
Ricliards & Shaver,-
827 Broad St., City.
Paine, Murphy & Co.
BQ3 Feyoolds st=TeleDlione i SLw.n’
1 (irate i..*iro kim Luect to New York
Chicago and New Or lean*.
Orders executed over our wire* foe
Cotton. Stock*. Bond*. Grain and Pro.
vlelone for c**h or on margin*. Local
securities bought and »old. Referonoee
—National Exchange Bank of August*
or Mercantile Agencies.
Money to Loan
Clarence E. Clark
832 Broad Street.
gar-I beg to notify my friends and
customers that I have added another chair
to my Barber Shop, making six iir.t-clas.
Barber*, and I hope to acoonunodste uiy
customer* without waiting.
HOT AND COLD BATHS.
COME EARLY AND OFTEN TO
Hickey’s Barber Shop
212 Si 214 Eighth St..
OPPOSITE ARLINGTON HOTEL.