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•lat* ib# gobblers dtod away.
Hon ltoto Ilallrv r+V* out trom tb*
tb-.-ito and aaya. “I told you no"
Than* ara day* attar Ada’it'* »*•
Heart Tbafw ara sp-rv'lb* to agfir*.
Tba whole atato la waiting lo see
Marea pall off lb* Honor touraaatrat.
W* ara eurtoua to know what ara
tba aaotatlon* oa aralaa this evening.
Editor Hugh Wilaa* h*» aattl«l lb*
■tiro problem Why won't It M good
and < ana n aatlM?
Onra In a great while. Ilka an eeho
from k atranga land, we hear aomo
Jaekanape* talk of Jingoism.
Wbat iba Ho*ti>n naw*papar* don't
know about tba mill rliuatlon In tha
south would fill a Itbvol *-vo. *ury
r lotn>d la
Editor MrKlnley, or Tha Charleston
Npw« and Courier. *prak» n cathrdiN*
wiun ba diaruiwri* ligbt* electric.
tallow dip. or othetwtae.
Stovall tblnka that McKlnlay may
Tie induce 1 to come to Auguala and
aettla tha strike and yet It waa agalnat
hla ctmlng that Savanuah itruck.
Hnbaon Rfta »«.000 from the Century
Magazine for hla aeries of articles rte
acribbiK the atnking of the Merrlmac.
A prrtty good slnktog fund Itself.
Cissy Ciwiero# mid her banker hus
band have returned to Havana. The
Washington lkiat calculates lhat Mr
Clsnercs will probably reopen bis drug
A Mr. lJmberger was married the
other day In New York to a Mias Host
water. It was owing, no doubt, to Mr.
LJmberger that only "a faint odor of
orange blossoms scented the air."
Jt Is reported that n man from Au
gusta, Oa.. Is editing a paper In Ma
nila. —Waynesboro Herald. Reported '
Why, of course, he Is Is. August ans
are always firing shots heard round
Mr. John Itrisbon Walker declares
luet nobod) Is associated with him lo
hla movement to organize the "new
uemocracy." Mr. Walker has alwaya
had a rather lonesome time with his
Mrs. Theodore Roosevelt shares bee
husbmid’B eajoymqct of cartoon*. Mrs
Thomas Platt has said that the some
times fears to open a paper, and so.
too, does Mrs. Russell Sage. But Mrs.
RoosevsJt has made quite a collection
of the multitudinous representations
of the Rough Riders. . t _
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toMlP*** to attcad tb* coart ttoorgta
evidently baa Mark to toarw y*t t’ <**
Kiuib Carolina la lb* waiter of tb*
coadwt «f Its togal irlimaals '
i Hue* ib* *atee*Md H. b C. refer to
'tto Pboetilt *P*el** of trlbunsl»*
1 Th* Andersen lnt*lllg*oc*r nays
' The Augusta Herald to correct when
tt My* 1 but the negro wba keeps his
1 pirce In the south has oppotiunlty to
prosper. The aegro of Ike **>«ub who
recogn'M* that he ta la a white mag's
country and conducts hlmnelf In keep
ing with that knowledge has no fear <A
being kept down.' "
TVI~Ml’g EtE or XMrLOYEO
The report has gone out that there
are o**r si* thousand operatives out
•of employment In-.August* This I*
not true, by a good deal. There are
'about 2800 Idle operative# In the city
or rather there were that tunny-for
ithey have already begun to leave for
1 the South Carolina mills In large
I numbers The mills over there are
[ glad to get Hu m and have sent special
I reproseutatlvea here to aecure them.
The opeiatlves will make no hlghar
wages than they would receive here,
bat they figure that they ran live
more cheaply over there. At present
tlu-re Is no change in the mill situa
tion and Ihe prospect of an early set
tlement la not good.
A revolt against British rule I*
brewing In India.—Augusta Herald.
Will theve bo a chance for the Cnlted
States to poke her nose Into the affair
"in the name of humanity"?- Johns
ton Monitor. The Monitor should go
lo night school and learn to distin
guish between distinctions.
An cnterprlalng Teias etockdealcr
has contracted to supply 25.000 bead of
berf cattle for the American nrray of
occupation In Cuba. The price Is such
as will enable the contractor to make
it handsome steak.
Why Isn't canned fruit a put-up Job?
Why ksn't the delirium tremens a
Why Isn't It more blessed to give
than to be given away?
Why Isn't a man who works at a
blacksmith's forge a forger?
Why Is a man who wants the earth
satisfied if can *nly get th* "dust"?
Wbv does the loafer spend so much
of his lime in beating other people out
of thelre? Chicago News.
A euoasaetol *by*iotan 1* one who Is
appreciated by his patients foi what
they think he did for them.
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over again the day* gna# by wbea sb*
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yoothfal b**P* »«d dtor. kited wish
tsrbte teaglngs sad plan* tor doing
pood? Wblrbevwr ll was. bsppy non
m husband, w.th tb* prayer# or *»--b
a wife or asother aaeendiwg to ibelr be-
Half ta tb* tbmar of 11rare.
Although half tb* dlotaace of tb*
church room was totweeo a*, good
aeon, grarlomoiesa and gentleness
shone from Ibe eye* uadlmmed by the
yearn, and rlear and itrsif wlih faith
Beautiful *Bd coalenled old age. ;
Calm and trustful in tb# eonrehwtancss
of a well spent life, the knowledge of
good deed# done and tk* laying up of
treasure In Heaven.
As I left lb# church and the last
sight of ibe old lady the hand- were
still folded and with closed eyes, th#
white haired head waa reverently bent, 1
listening to the prayer addresned to the j
One she had supplicated all her life,
whoa* hand now sustains her and In 1
whom la her trust.
Would lhat I had tonight the prayer
of such a woman.
I'm glad I went to rhurrh.
"And whnt's your name?” the new
To the dear little boy who stood at the
Of the very big class that she was go
ing to teach,
With a winning smile to all and to
"Dewey's my name," said the dear lit
Who looked as If he could never be
•A beautiful name.” the new teacher
"With It you are sure to be always
• The class in geography,” then she
“May rise to recite.” From her book
"The lesson'* about the Philippine
« Tls far from here h.v ten thousand
"Dewey, my dear,” the new tenehcr
To lhat little boy who stood at the
Go to the blackboard and draw for
A map of Manila Mr all to
What do you think that netv teacher
When all those sixty small boys she
Sprang to their feet with one single
And rushed right over to that black
—Frances Aymar Matthewe, In New
Why dtywto't th* emtmetotior of In
sane people bring them to their cen
sus? _ !
THE Jb "OQUOTA HBHALD
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Knsbs! H-ls a* murH frouto* a* >k-
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!t( be d.<*u any potl"‘«' •»
ihuv* lo t»* by hlnstolf.
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dc-ttod up- i t*y I'neto dsn,. Hr **ll
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\ Prrbwpa It I* th* ernpnonl* h ’P*
that 14 Hung Hus* *4 tube silvan
too# of tb# iifift irlf'*
the Hanks es the Yellow Far Away.”
In April, May and Jupe of tbl* year
lU t nnuu In Xew Turk committed
Hblelde. which shews what drastic
means Mine people will take to get out
~f New York.
C'«ngre*«nian Cannon IS at work un«n
lhe deficiency hill. With g'«>d h*«ilb
the Illinois cengresaman may to relle-J
upon to dnd a number of things w hose
deficiencies can be cured only t?y a big
Baron de Itcnsls. the new Italian am
bassador to England, will to much
missed ot Mudlrd. A Spanish admirer
of the baron says that at Madrid he
was considered the fine flower of that
old fashioned courtesy so dear to Span
ish high life. He will be probably i oth
er amused at the free and easy man
ners of English society On one occa
sion, when he was at Madrid. » tody
of pronounced pntriotle sentiments
tried to draw him Into a declaration on
th,. subject of the “Yanko-Hpanko" war
which, no doubt, she would have at
once made public.
“Ah. yew." he nii— "America! There
Is one problem connected with iliat
country In which t am much Interest
ed, amt that is. what would have hap
pened If the American iildlun* hud dia
eovered us Instead of vice versa?"
Hi* year old Tommy \<*as sent by hla
eldest sister to the corner grocery to
buy a pound of lump sugar. He played
alleys on hla way to the store and by
the time he arrived there he had for
gotten what kind of sugar lje waa sent
for. So he took home a pound of the
granulated article. His eldest sister
sent him back to the store to exchange
“Tommy," said the grocer, 'T under
stand there is a new member of your
■yea, sir." replied the kid, ‘ l’ve got a
"Well, how do you like that boy?” in
quired the groeerymsn.
• Don't like it at all," said Tommy,
“rather had a little sister.”
“Then, why don't you change him.
"Well, we would If we could, but T
don't suppose we can. You see, we have
used him four days now.”
Fire at Hertfns.
Half of his stora is 6»ed with Fur
nishings, Woollen t'ndershlrts, Seeks,
etc., and the other halTHs filled with
the finest Woolens for Salts. Trousers
Had O’er Coatings. These goods are
not »«umt, tot If you busy them they
would feel as ir you ware on fir,'. S-M
Broadway, opposite Planteta' Hotel.
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of l b*lr ehurrh -sis be!kg co»p>ii*i
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till coat l&.Sdo. ia4 baa a #»* lug «•
portly of #•
Th* 100411 Of OSOO*r P* hi by the
treasure* of Ingham msiuf for Kng
j ;t*b spslruw order* during the past
’ year was fI.MSSk. Ttovtag IMM naly
I |«33 (I sms paid.
i. Preps,atlnar for moving the railroad
depot to the new *Me oa Hancock *l.
, st Hsncork. are go ins oa apace. The
freight luisin*** for'the pfcsenl will to
• conducted In the general #fdr.
t Dr. MacDonald, formerly assistant
• physician at the Quincy mine, anil who
:resigned his pus,Hon with the Inten
Mon of going west, wli remain In Han
Wm Mia*, a tenant farmer In com
-1 jfortsbh* clrcumc'snces.y living two
mile* south of Almout, committed su
■ golds by hanging. No cause known.
ONfc ON CIEN. WHEELER.
\\ hat a Country School Boy Said of
"You can't most always swear to the
stories you hear.” remarked ih* Phil
adelphia drummer to The Washington
Star tnan. "and I ara not swearing to
the one I head the other day on Gene- 1
ral Jorcph Wheeler. In Alabama, but It,
I is just as good as if I did swear to it, !
!so whets the difference? Il seems
that once the R.-neial, who you all)
; know Is only a hoy's slse and not a big
1 boy at that, had, in the course of hi*
travels, on one of his electioneeiing
' tours, brought up at a remote school- (
house, where, of course, he was called ,
upon lo make a few remarks to the
scholars. This he did In hi* best j
style, and when he had finished he
; stood by the teacher when that worthy ,
|said a few things, among them that;
I time-worn suggestion to the effect that I
when the boys of the school grew up, |
'they too might be congressmen, like j
General Wheeler —such are the won-1
derful possibilities of this great and '
glorious country of ours. At this.
point, a long, good natured gangling
gawk of a boy, ahoii! 14 years old and
about 14 feet tall, stuck up his head,
grinning sheepkshly the meanwhile.
'.Me. too?' he inquired. ‘Certainly,
Henry.* replied the teacher, aswurtng
ly, ‘Just as much you as any other
I boy. - T reckon I will have to ungrow.
I if I ever run on that ther ticket,’ uod-
I ding toward the general In a way that
•j brought down the house amidst the
embarrassment of the teacher and the
eellght of the general.”—Washington
The Women Run Things These Days
Dr. Geo. F. Shrady, editor of The
Medical Record, and a leader In the
profession of healing, sa.is the Amer
, Iran business man Is degenerating.
The cause can be summed up in three
words straining after luxurie?. He
says tt is to pl?;ise woman\ttat. the
business man is burning the candle at
both ends. He says he knows he is
inviting criticism when he says that j
woman Is no longer the weaker vessel.
| “She controls man today and despite ,
his boasted strength h:' done her bid
( ding. More than that he does it cheer-]
fully." gs , r t», , * ,rgr ■ r
Military CUFF BUTTONS
Uniforms to Order
Overcoats to Order
718 BROADWAY 718
M Good T*»t« Apparel.”
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/ tM Bill>A It SI V
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 unrentfd. Special
prices will be made to de
John W. Dickey
1 A 2 Library Building.
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[Austria will lend moral support to
!flpsln. This inianglW” quality seems to
|hr atoll! all the country will lend the
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803 Refolds st=Te!epiioT!e i
Innli Lissrd V, ir*s Lurci to New Yore
Ci.nngo si.U New Orlsau*.
ilrders executed over our wires for
Cotton. Slocks. Bonds. Grain and Fro.
vial'.ns fur cash or on margins. Local
securities bought and sold. Keferencee
-National Exchange Bank of August*
or Mercantile Agenclea.
Monev to Loan
Clarence E. Clark
832 Broad Street.
Kgl beg to notify my friends and
customers that I have add d another cheir
to my Barber Shots making six first-clars
Barber?, end I hope to accommodate my
customers without waiting.
HOT AND COLD BATHS.
COMB EARLY AND OFTEN TO
Mickey’s Barber Shop
212 * 214 Eighth St..
OPPOSITE ARLINGTON HOTEL.