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tad from 19 to 7. to #t#« wo*? B#
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•4rflUo» to tbl« ITOMOi *w fIMMt to
t'hl(*i(o to oat cto «a ti*#
ilimn of flttn proof. not king mold
nor? foil’ muMUIs ih» micimm oa4
lru tb of tbr dolartuof of Mr, drop
than Ik* hru k*r* Th*
nan who first brought ikr latormatton
to Th* World (hat th* fight would go
to Shark*? lgtinafed that tb*e* waa
treachery Is CorbMt’a camp Thrr*
waa so suggestion that th* r*f#;«*
o< |b ob th* cats*, aad hi* declaring
ail beta off pro'** thla abaolutely.
and at th* asm* tlm* makes th* con
spiracy. If th*r* waa on*, a fallur*.
Th* decision of th* refer** la final,
and h* la acting within bta author*!?.
Con McVev haa h**n naaoelnted with
Corbatt for About five ymri as bti
a pa’ ring partner Ha la a big rough
and tumble boxer who makes no pre
tension* to being a fighter. H* I*
fond of wearing good clothes and pos
ing. but In th* clrcl* In which he has
moved be haa borne the reputation of
being square. So far a* la known,
there ta nothing In his record against
For AstHma usa CHE
Hi* Famous Lecture on ••The Fiddle
and the How" Tomorrow Night.
Th* social event of the week will be!
th* lecture of Governor Boh Taylor
tomorrow evening at the Grand Opera
House, under the auspice* of Po*t E..
T. P. A., of A. It p onlaea to be!
on* of the moat enjoyable as well as j
instructive lecture* of the season. The ‘
Jolly drummer knows s good thing i
when he sees It .therefore you can j
count on a large and cultured ;iu- j
• Seat* ate being rapidly reserved at
Thomas & Barton’s although there are
rrany good ones left. The boja will
see that you are comfortably seated.
There Is no fleer subject than The
Fiddle and the Bow. which has mad*.
Fob Taylor famous as a platform ora-;
There are a number of sicietv par-j
tics Tad’ up to attend. The Rev. Dr.
Plunket. post chap ain. will introduce 1
the speaker of the occasion. A word
to tbr wise is sufficient. The drummer
does nothing by halves, as is evidenced
by their securing for their benefit
one of the best orators that money
could procure. There Is ara e treat
in s‘oi\) for every one who attend* this
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
In accordance with th« will of a de
ceased English brewer, hi* four hand
some gray horses, which arew the
hearse, were unharnessed sad shot as
soon as the cemetery was reached,
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CAST I YMNE IN RF. H. I.IFII.
Mtaicfl Wowaa lh a* la fstww
Hu*Mw«i * lloiwc a* a Vf'sat
Ch.cago Nos ii Rt the death of
Mr*. Mars K«w*y »t th* Mfdlll"
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Tb# doctor* | ruooaiurd hy#ic* i* a«
CAItAt Of |)kl VCBMd'l d#Ath, btr>
iS* AAtttruoo* of friood* Aod U** **r
ft * U|. tf caat w *a nffVi99'*
lift* and aummndlnas would mdlca c
that death resulted from a broktu
Mr* K*aary wae married In !*«•
and divorced In I**> H*r huatv.id
marrlad spin lh* f.illowlng I ear. For
nearly eight ftira Mm. K* *a*y worked
•• g servant to aupport heraelf, and.
finally, taw August had to go back
Ito her former huaband. enter hi*
tiouae pra< tleally a* a aervant, lire
with hla teernd wife and her own tw.i
children, and a*e the affections that
wer* formerly lavished on her given
to snother and bear her sorrow In *l
- Keaaey her way on
Thuraday evening from the home of
her hueoand to call on her physician
when she fell in the street. She waa
removed to th* Polyclinic Hospital,
and died an hour later Her 'ormtr
huaband waa Informed at once, and
body waa removed to an undertaking
It was taken to her cld home, Rou’h
Bend. Ind.. by hrr husband’s second j
wife and her own daughter.
New Made. New Orleans and Oeor- j
gis Syrup* received at Lamktn A j
COLL DOCK VERY ILL.
There la Very l ittle Hope of the
Veteran Aclor’* Recevery.
New York, Vov. 24.—Charles W '
Cotsldt ck, the veteren actor. Ilea at the
point of death at hi* residence, 11C
East Ninety-third afreet. His only
son. S. Y. Coulrtook. who Is a travel- ,
!ng salesman, was summoned to the
tcdslde on Tuesday morning from
Newhi.ig. He scld that h:6 father’s
d»ath is expected tc occur at any time.
Mr. Couldork is sum’ring from a j
form cf dropsy of the heart, and has
been dangerously 'll since Nov. 3, where
he was st acked »vitb what was con
sidered e violent form of Indigestion.
He has'been attended by Dr. G. A.
Brown an,l Dr. Brcckway. who were
honeful of his ultimate recovery.
Dropsical symptoms have developed,
however, and yesterday the patient I
himself lost hope, and, calling his lit- |
tie granddaughter to him. told her
tenderly that he was going away.
You can get a fine suit cheap for cash
at E. J Henry & Co.’s, 216 and 216
Excellent Menus at Arlington and
Excellent, manur were the order of
thins* at the Arlington and Planters
hotels at dinner today. •
Tbj# card at the Arlington waa ipcat
neat In dtalgn, balng gatten up by
Jkewandr Grew* wad Mw&tgei Marptiv.
Th* dinners were much enjoyed by
lh* guests at both hostelries.
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’evil."' *ald th* p»waer in hi* se*
ij. Vnrtna. Biallti' *1 git talon and
I di« wmkm would anceaad th* anil ***•
part* of ' hla -epuhlk are interib*p*n
ith* rwt of th* union. It t* n morbid
j political situation
' If. however, ’he stale* of the black
j, Br negroes how la It to be about their
! ri prescmatton In congreaa and in the
c|e» t<ua! rote* Are I hey lo be left
free lo exclude their negro ettiten*
j from the franchise, yet to retain their
full rereaentattoo on account of them*
* A , T ■ w .
.‘The New trricana ilwcs-iera's
doe* not evade that qnes’ton. though It
! refuse# to believe that the proposition
'to reduce the representation accord
ingly. i under the Fifteenth amenA
n-eiit to the Constitution, will hold
water. Yet It Is ready to endure the
| lima If It shall be Inevitable ’’Even
>were the south threatened with a I os*
of political atrength In congreaa, ’’ It
! say*. "It would not hesitate to make
| thla sacrifice if It were necessary for
Ithe rot action of whit* supremacy ”
That such a reduction would be fair
and equitable cannot be denied. Oth
erwise the political equilibrium would
be destroyed, those aouthern states
having disproportionate representation
and consequently undue weight In leg
islation affecting the whole republic
and in the election of a president.
Of course, the rcresentatlon of Ala
bama, Mississippi. Georgia, f/tuisiana.
South Carolina and Virginia concerns
us in New York not leas than it ikoes
those states themselves. It may de- i
teimine great questions of national
politics to our serious injury: it might i
have brought about the election of Mr. |
Bryan in 1890, with the consequent |
disaster, a hlrh would have been even j
3-ore terrible here than there. The
"solid south,” undoubtedly, tends to,
provoke the rest of the union, where |
there Is reasonable division touching
na’tonal policies, to resort to sncli
measures of self protection against Its
menace as are possible under the con j
st.itutlon. If these southern states
reduce their electorate so largely by;
the negroes from the franchise, ought!
they not in fairness to have their rep-!
resentatlon reduced accordingly, as
was the case with them !>eforc the
Popular priees—ls to BO cents—vaude
ville and scenes from "The Other
Mr. W, E. Piatt is improving.
For Winter Grazing.
GEORGIA RYE E EED
IS THE BEST.
gW WE SELL IT.^gff
Ground Bons Meal la a (In* fertilizer
for Vi'gctab.es and Lawn«. We sell in
arty quantity from live pounds to a ton
Chinese Sacred Lilies
)() CENTS EACH.
Hym luth«, Tulin*, Narcisan* and
other Flower Bulba tor spring bloom
ing should be planted now.
fUmemfcer we are the only exelo
sive Seed bouae iu dhe city.
ALEXANDER SEED CO.
652 ’Broun Street.
Bell Telephone 2075-
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H». HATTIE WHITNEY
A Muskal Roman, r
unique party, at which the form of
stmmem'-n: might be catted a muatcal
The occaaloa waa a apecial lompll
m,„; |„ Mi* Van Er>o* amor. Mr*,
t'artt-'n Mlllynr. of Autuala
The gam* Of the hour waa thla A
numltet of queatlnna were aa'red and
the a newer* to th«** qtm#t|..na Were
th* title* of popular annga. which, tak
en In regular aequence, t ompuaed a
romance For inatauce, the gueat in
correctly answering the question*, gave
the name of a man. *Ben Bolt,'' who
4ovml a woman. Annie Mooney, whom
h*- met ’fn th* Ohmmlns.' and to
whom he proponed "After the Hall ’’ He
aatd O Ptomiae M*;” ahe aald,: "We’d
Better QMr a Wer'—and ao on to the
end of the atory.
.» unique conception ingeniously car
ried out waa the entire game: and
greatly wa* It enjoyed by th* congenial
The appropriate ptiaea of the nouteat
* FRENCH BLACK AND WHITE FOULARD UOWN FROM HARPER 8 BAZAR u ;
* ***• •#% hm%.
Y » _ . , _ |- M |.s , IL. * a f
I in» tt«r - ‘ 94' nt 9l**YFh* di
I > rning* " (th ••l ittle Women."
j ika |>fftar‘rvilff > i |,i li, *' U<*n» I u nil!
! hv M)k #i#o 9<*ff wi^ifi•
iin Mm AlfMiti th.*'*' Involv-d i h*nf
[ *alk 111 * I Mill #9i |«H * o**ll rfJi li
dr*« th*' ton* 9n4 #tihi «*>» Ta<*
hratiy and molhciiv quail** **f Mt#
Ah oil • W#lr*un* «-•# AtinK*ihmrf :o ra
j ”TlH* It# IHWHlcnl 1 U6uill>- HI
■ fi*»i** too i«if y . U na clrfai 01 on *p irtir
mg irllh flair co#9f9 info 0 *|Ntrt
from th*' rldara wa* pra* tl <1
thnra There 099 * rhM. hjf m«*n«
too 9a ura. and May. In Hie ntqti
eat »|iirlta, would awoon t » th * at«xil.
and alt would fall danriii*. (he mot tier
heraelf often joining u* One of the
tueata would relieve Mrtjr. vho then
I had her ciy turn. Then, with or with* ■<
! out voices, we stood by the piano and |
aang 'Hotting Homo. Uhl aunt. •» pm
ula.’ Juanita.' 'Music In the Air.’ and
after th< war began. 'Tic* Ilatli.*-
Ilynm of the Republic.’ and oth>*r ►llt
rlng eonga freah from the ran p. Hhort
atorlea on the porch might 'allow aa
twilight deepened Into the daik. an-1
they were sufficiently ’creepy.’ I’er
hap* chestnuts. Rhode Island greening*
or Northern spies ended the evening,
and we went home by ten at the lat
(irnnd Masonic l : air.
Rovimbir 30fti to Oieember lOlfi. 1898
REBDCED KITES OK ILL RIIUIDS
Vtiitmg brtfhr*n cordidly invHrd to attend
ih«» mußting* of thi v4r>our hodiot;
Mohday N gßt
AumuNa Chgpitr No. 9. a. A M . MmH* Toifd
Adofiitiin Cnwncii. No. I. Mmli h#* *jod WttlnN*
•octal LoOro. No I, W. A. MM##t« Socoml F rtdoy
NljrVit. _ _
W«t)B Lodft* No. 196, ft, A A, M., Moot* t hifd
v \ M y j \nt» In Ihr tIWM’ tu
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! HARPER'S WEEKLY i
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J PICTORIAL HISTORY J
[ OF TUB \ BAR J
f During inx) HARPERS Wl EKLY will be «#f(U* 1
f Iv rich in nciion conumint; tktul How* from ilw \
■ prn o! M. O. Well*. ..ulNx ol ** Ihe VA -r ut the I
World* “; "Thy t onsptMint' k W"b*rt W. |
. Chamber*; a ti-munce ol l)c Sdtoa bvl vuiJge, |
hv E. S. Van Zikr. and short lutiot) by authors of >
inlrrn.itioii.il fame. Arficlrs hv spcvul '<vrespoo- .
drnt* in our nr w pussrssions M.inili. Honolulu, ,
Cuba, and Puerto Kko. w ith other mine Ming matter;
will till the space ktt by contemporary events. (
; 'Trial Subscription. Four Weeks!
| Ir.nkhn Tor. I
A Dinner to the Tech*.
One of tbu pioal beautiful and unique
dinners ever given in Augusta will he
that with which Mias Mattie Wright
will compliment #«m* of the Technolog
ical atudent* tonight.
The lona iahle. glittering with sliver
and cut glass, la exquisitely decorated
in 01 ange and white chrvaanlhciuums.
the Tech colota. The name card# are
hand-painted In a design of Bimvnles|
| In the centre of the table, suspended I
from the chandelier, is a huge football I
adorned by orange and while ribbons.]
.on the ends of which are the name* j
of *he guests. These, when pulled out.
] will loveal at the othc: end charming I
souvenirs, silvet watch-boxes for the,
(men and gold Augusta souvenir spoon*!
|.'or the girls.
| Although not yet a debutante. Miss j
j Wright is rarely skilled as u hostess.,
'and will make the occasion one long to]
.he remembered. Her guests will he j
i Miss Burwell. Miss Caldwell. Misses:
Louise and Etna both Wright. Miss Mar- ]
igaret Jordan. Mr. O. li. Coffin. Mr.
David Wright. Mr Hitnnson. Mr. Fin-j
lew. Mr. Hart, and Mr. Yow.
Hr*. White Entertain*.
.Mrs. W. H White charmingly cnlet
lalncd the Euchre Club yesterday. The
prize, a Wut tembourg centre piece. I
worked with the perfection of skill by
Mrs. White herself, was won by Mrs,
Mrs. Richardson, of Atlanta, did nut,
as” it was stated, accompany Miss Ro
ney to Atnericue, but will remain In
Augusta until December as the guest
or he 1 father, Judge Roney.
Mrs. Marlon Snead lias been spend
ing a ,ew days with relatives. Lt.
Snead joined her lust night and tonight
1 hey leave sot Savannah, fiom which ]
point they will sail for Cuba.
The many friends of Mrs. 1,. M. Bur
ros will regret to hear that she has
been called suddenly to Columbus on ac
count of the illness of her mother.
WHEN IN WANT
of anything In the drug line, whether in j
.drugs, druggist sundries, pet-fumes, j
soaps. toUwt art!cits', etc.. .
, LeMEMBER that f
C. H. HOWARD JR.’S
it* itte |h.aVe VoUl Slip
piiad m perfamvi and tojbß articles
’we cannot ee surpassed, having Just
added to our already large line
ROG-ER * GALETT’S
tine cxi 1 acts Slid seups. The place is
AN EXAMINATION OF THE TEETH
! iii regular Intervals by an experienced
i .111 prevent premature decay. The
' teeth cup b kept free from turtar and
[other foreign matter, Cavlllo* tilled
and gums cleansed and strengthened.
The cost of gttenllng 10 this will be
[slight If attended to before the trouble
has a final hold. Difficult or delicate
[ work receives the most skilful treat
ment at this office.
THE AMERICAN DENTAL PARLOR.
SIN Broad St. ATTSITSTA, GA.
Miss Annabeile Cranston and Miss
Thomas of Athens will be gfonsors for
the Tech at the ball came this after
Miss Annabeile Sibley came down
from l.ucy Cobb yesterday to spend
Thanksgiving at home.
.Miss Duncey, of Savanali. who has
been visiting Miss Mattie Lee Lockhart,
has returned home.
Mr. VV .A. Bichatdflou, of Atlanta,
bus returned home after a visit to
The Bachelor Maids were chamtlnsly
entertained Tuesday by Miss Leola
Miss young, daughter of General
Yqung. is spending a few days In Sa
Miss Myra G vet all has returned from
ah extended stay In several northern
The club will be .•nisi milled next
week by Mrs Porter rtetnlhg.
Mr. Lee Council of Atnerioua is spen
ding a few days in the city. ,
Mrs. J. T. Palmer has returned Iron*.
Texas, _ .