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lIISN 't. K«lf tb* Arlington r Pf»»f
to and a noWter *#f# ia
bftoUH (to rtikwtik Tto pro*o*’
a look ra/* of (It* *to4i»r and an
to*cr Cf At ja*U«- ««ok charge of
i'4» r Ttosi the rraaavk about Ito
tw’.lwmau'* bad** was mail*.
At rati ft fto *#«H t#H Unit about
|Vr fruttbl • The Judge tunl bint a
j ms f ) a utf pleading tale an<t H aaa
I la ana toDoec
btSn’t Kar* K ghteeatb— .
*'Ye« aft charged with vlottolatg Ml*
etyMrmth tart Jon." aatd Judge Baxter
to Jtoeph 1 Wales.
"Wi, * * » m > otir honor?" uM
The Judge rigiltlanl tha matter. Of
fleer Colvrrt taxtUlH and (hr (barge
Joseph J. 82 -Vi.
Alt About Twrnly-Ftv* Canta—
•Kirkland.” callari the Judge. addipf
that tilt party called waa rbarged with
asavltlng a r»*gß» boy
Tht boy appeared and ao did Kirk
The former works for tha latter and
a dispute about thr latter owing the
former a quarter had taken plane
According to the evidence Kirkland
had assaulted the boy.
Tale of a Lon* Wagon
J. A. Blackburn waa before hi* hon
or. charged with driving hla wagon on
the sidewalk of Ymtug street.
He bad bra# attempting to turn the
vehicle from Young street Into Barrett
street aud as the wagon was eoupled
twenty-six feet be found It n physical
impossibility to <lu ao without the
wheel* getting on the aid walk.
W. A. Shaver*.,who live* near re
ported him for so doing.
A long argument auxited a* to wheth
er a wagon could be turned at tha cor
ner mentioned, providing the wagon
was twenty-six feel kmg.
The judge decided that Blackburn
should pay a due of *l. »» he should
not have attempted to make the turn
with such a long-drawn-out wagon.
Old tiikloiH’A b»ck«liMt flour for
•alt by Lamkln A Co.
OMELET SOUFFLE.— Boat white*
of six egg* to a stiff froth: adit the
ro.ks of three, three tahieapoonfula or
powdered sugar, a tablespoonful of
lemon Juice, the grated rind of half a
lemon Bake In a fluiok oven five to
Call and see our TEACH
ERS BIBLES. Can save
RICHARDS & SHAVER.
Cucumber and almond cream for
( tapped face and hands, the very thins
t this cold weather. It is sold at Al
Tou can set a fine suit cheap far cash
at JS.._J. Henry & Co,J 216 and IIS
Campbell street ’
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•tyh* spent with frti'hto la Aagaala.
The many frtead* of Mta* Heanto
Hugs •*'»* plrtoed *n w*l**««to h#r to
Mr brig to t t kMar tar* wa*h
Mr Robert tiavNfanw. oar bastdatow*
Augusts ftiettA waa a* as Util* f*ta*»
OB Tuesday to Md fareartol to fel*
cove-own frtatot* Me la a mss to
fir. tMvtdaoa. a phr»n «» Justly tav*d
and o irbratrd. sad brtobar to ft*. Hu
vtdsoa to Awstota He will to grvuiiy
wlrsvd b* a large circle to frtoaAt
whan be I raw# tiHsarmu fur Haven
aalt. where to la totlag Into Ito cotton
Mr Walton Orson was up mi a visit
to his parents on Huaday
Mr. and Mrs. Umtot Culver are
<>a a visit to ttolr father Hr. c«H*t
in order that Mr Culver may to under
his eonatnni rare. We are pieaaed to
1 hear that hla health la Itnpruring
Miss Tarrt* Ito and Mlsa AIU# Clif
ford returned last week from a awwt
delightful visit to Mr and Mr*. H*m
Chsoman. at Rml dge
Mia* K. Maharrt* ha* Just returned
[front a short visit to tor friends In the
, day lands
Mr, John Btovnll. *ho hits Juat
btmght the Hlrto place, has alsti pur
chased the Percy Ulont pUautlon.
witieh tie says he Intend* to farm
The Brunner cottage I* *>»ld to Mr.
11. T. Heard who has purrtwsed It for
i a summer botpr, Orovetowo folks
■are delighted to welcome these charm
ling neighbor* In their midst.
Mrs Walter Kraater I* tip at Kill*,
spending a month at the pleasant old
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. lairaar. to the
pleasure of their friends, have return
ed to their hoale after a pleasant
visit to Macon, where they attended
the yearly conference of the Christian
Or, and Mrs. J. Hatton and little
Mlsa Tot Iwltner spent Monday In Au
Our ex-editor friend. Mr. R. Back
us says he la like the Columbia coun
‘ty people Inasmuch as he swears by
what The Herald says, especially In
the (Irovclown column, but he wishes
lit mould not span Welsh mbit with
two "b'a” though he supposes that Is
i the "devil's” fault. It a natural for
him to exaggerate It If he la anything
i like the last one be was associated
with And speaking of exaggeration
j reminds him of a time when It was
< too severely pAnUhed. He was work
ing. during the late war. In those ter
rible rifle pits, und once, as he came
out to breathe, he met Gen O—, so
smoky and dtriy that he took hint to
lie or no higher rauk that a sergeant
or lieutenant, so to he on the safe side
ne gasped as he drew near, "Say, ( ap.
can you give me a match to light my
pipe: quick, Cap, I've got to go right
hark to H—ll.” "Bo the Rebs keep
busy there, and Is It hot?’’ asked the
| General, feeling for that scarce article
and extending It slowly. "Busy???
Hot!I! 1 say. Cap. we don’t ned any
matches when wo are down there. All
n man has to do Is to hold his pipe
still In ofle place and half » doten of
those obliging Rebels rire over
at It. all seeing which can light It first
for you. See? “Oh. yes; well you are
going right hack, so there’s no use of
wasting any more sulphur down
there." returned the General, In that
slow way 1 at last recognised. as turn
ing he closed the box with u snap and
Here it another verelon ot the chick
en raid Which resulted so fortunately
for the chicken* of Mr William Mur
pbey, about elk tailea from she city.
and so sadly for the twelve soldiers,
rt spins that one of the soldiers rereiv-
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STATIi NLWS IN BRIEI.
GatnesviM* wants a eMy hall.
The Cleveland Journal la to put In a
new rylla ler prcaa.
Waycroaa la to put In a system to
I sewerage at a coat of IK.W4.
Floyd Strutt, a Columbua negro, has
taken French leave of bla regiment.
The Waycroaa Air Line ia being ex
tended to Grady, three miles from
The cb i*en* of Cedartown In mass
meeting adopted a white primary for
Rev. J. L. Rant, the beloved pa«tor
of the Htigan circuit, died at Ht* home
in Hagan Tuesday
The cornerstone of the new court
house of DeKalb county was laid at
; Decatur last af:ernoon
j Gov Candler ha* recommended Lt.
P C. Harris of the 13th Infantry, U.
8. army, to Is* assistant adjutant gen
eral of (he state.
Mr. W. J. Albert, a well known at
torney. and Mr. John R. Thornton, a
popular Insurance man. had a lively
encounter on Broad street tn Atlan-
Four prisoners escaped from the
Jail In Katrburn the other day. Sheriff
Adderhold procured Detective Yar
borough's bloodhounds and is making
every effort 10 recapture them.
A survey Is being made by the gov
ernment of the work done on the,
Brunswick liar by Col. Goodrich. Tbe :
latter claims that he attained a depth
of 25 feet of water where there w*A
formerly less than 20.
A quarter of a mile south of Montlj 1
cello, at the end of a cotton rope nut!
suspended from a large mulberry tred,
hangs the lifeless body of Ed Merrlww*
ther. the negro who murdered young
Joe Pope last Saturday night.
SUICIDED ON THANKSaiVINd.
Prominent Paulding County Farmer’s
Roekmart, Nov. 26. James Lee of
Paulding county committed suicide
Thursday morning by hanging him
self. No cause can be attributed for
this rash act. He was out of debt, a
good liver, and, as everyone thought,
contented and happy.
isist Sunday morning Mr. Ed White
found Mr. Itock Holcombe's cattle ro
ving over his farm and damaging his
ungathered crop: whereupon White
made complaint to Holcombe. The
men engaged in a quarrel and Hol
combe drew a knife and commenced to
make advances on white. White
also drew Ms knife and the two men
begau cutting each other. Both men
are badly cut and White probably fa
For Whooping Cough
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rwlKii of (Iffttb from but who
dragged hlmvrlf laid the t*B»r»u*« hall
1 K f*imto th* ortlrf* mi lit* fthtmi**!•*•.
tearing oa Ike arms to hla Japaarae
wife aad supported by a ran# J U
j Ta”lor. pr*. d-nt .* .be wwteir pr-e
ooeed a toast to h*r majmtr tto g*ie-s
rad to Frestdent McKlaley. aad C V.
iVudwaar, tbe aeereta y. r.ad Pre.l
dent M Kill ley s Thanksgiving procla
Mr White. resposdloy to lb* Wmi,
"Thanksgiving Oh.” evoked *ti»hu*i
i»tir rkmt by r*f*r>-nre to t'ot. Hit.
formerly American • *ml>s«*«do' and
now Halted ffUt** Secretary of Hut*,
whose he Mid. Iwl !•**• tho
chief attraction of th* gatherings of
tfc* soel*iy. ,
ft peaking of th* “first foreign war Ip
fifty year* skit'll Am<* i lean* had kwi
compelled to way* lit th* interest* of
humanity and ehdllaaiwn," th* charge
d'affnti* congratulated th* nation that,
a* In a previous trMi,' It had been gul-j
d*d hy a president possessed of th*
wldoni and courag* necessary to »ur- |
mount th* difficult!** of the crtals.
The war ha* proved ihat th* fir* of
patriotism “hums as brightly in ill*
h*arta of otir eltli-n* as It ever did.
and that sectional difference# have
disappeared. W* hav* *tn*rge<k from
th* conflict a united people anions th*
nations of th* earth, ready to assume
the responsibilities uneipeotedly
thrust upon us."
The speaker referred to the change
which had come over the feelings of
the two nations with respect to each
other, “as based upon no alliance al
present, nor. I hope, to come, but upon
unity of feeling."
it would be difficult, he said, to
.foretell the consequences should the;
.two countries ever ■•cldc upon Jotut
art lon In any part of the world. It
trouhl be a combination difficult to de-1
feat and tending loathe advancement
of the human race. '
The Earl of Hajtlmry. the f/>rd
Chancellor, extolled' Anglo-American
friendship, which lurtkaid was not vain
tinsel, but “what fie race believed
watt a duty to b? dofft T he two im*
tions, he declared, hud destroyed the
Idea that It was right for one man to
make another his property. The
American people, at the risk of levy
ing maunder the great empire they had
founded, had determined that every
man under the Stars and Stripes
should be free. The two nations to
gether might defy the world. Their
alliance might be an Idea and a dream
—but it was a noble idea and a splen
Sir Edwin Arnold completed the
speech making with un address, the
manner of which was so eloquent that
it could not be reproduced. No man.
he said, could visit America, and not
express the gratitude, attachment and
hopes that filled his heart. He con
cluded with the following: Your
guest* salute you. Only one who has
kuowu Holmes. Enisrson. Longfellow,
and Whitman, can sfirll how, secretly
and shyly. Englisakben love Atnari
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Our prices on suit| only two-thtrds
what others charge! E. J. Henry &
Co., spot cash tallow.
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W K fin tto* to Wisstoa ka as ito
M t WHIIniM to BalftoMM* la at tto
W T, M«s*ril to At tufa ta at tto
j K Walltaa to baltlmsv la at tto
A. 8. Out to Knosvllte ta gt tto
Albert HUbk ftf N*ftftHi Ift ftt IH
J Rorkswt to Or«eaelite Is at tto
Will Wrib of HftMtmor* I* ftt tM
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W. Z. It*rt**a of Gr*#ft*ftboro I* ftt
thm Plftftttrft. i *
W. C. B«twftfft* of Toros, Gft , la at
II it PiatUAft.
y. T. Mtirpliy of Aliiaff la ftt tb#
11. H Harris of UatroU la at tb*
F. W. Walker to Edgefield ta at the
K M Baum of Philadelphia la at
James Booker to Adnlraburg. Ob. t*
i»t the Plantera.
| j. a. pitta of Westminster. Canada,
is at the Planters.
G. W. Andreas of Philadelphia la
[at ibe Commercial.
j ' p. M Clark and wife of New York
are at tbe Commercial.
Ony Mitchell and V. E. Orr of At
lanta are at the Arlington
Mrs. C. H. Chapman of 3*lt Ste
, Marie, Canada. Is a! the Arlington
B. B. Rodwood and James Ga’nea'
j of New York are at the Commercial.
R. H. Walters and K. H. Walter*,
j Jr., of Appletou. 3. C.. are at the Plan-1
S. R. Rooney and O. 8. Mclatrln
lof Cleveland. Ohio, are at the Com- 1
mere Igl. _]
Jno. A. Rice professor at Olemson
[college. South Carolina, la at the Ar-i
I line ton.
J. Parelra. John K. Hogarty. C. H.
! Thlnt* and b. Steifer of New York are
' at the Plantera
[ Mrs. Alice Toole, who has been the |
gipet of Mrs. M. Sanders, left today
for a visit to relatives in Macon.
■The following New Yorkers are at
the Arlington: P. I-. McDermott. H.
t. Hensley. P. M. Gonbey. Geo. \V.
Smith, E. J. Desßalnes, and L. Mad
Mrs Reid, of the Reid House. Har
lem. has taken Mr. Newt Johnsons
house on the Hill, and will take the
cavalry officers and their wives as j
Mr*. M. Beeehenor gave a Thanks
giving dinner to her eleven grandchll
; dren. seven from Atlanta and four
from Summerville, at her home on
Bears the _/? 1 he n( * V™ Botlgtlt
BREAD PATTIES WITH KGG
SAUCE.—-Cut stale bread into rounds;
fasten these rounds together with
white of egg making a patty. Dip
them Into egg and milk: plunge them
into smoking hot fut Drain on paper:
iflll with orange marmalade. To make
the sauce, mix together a tablespoon
ful of flour and a half cup of sugar;
pour over a half .pint of boiling water.
Pour J W.s while hot over one vre.lj
beaten egg; add.-the juice ofrtt lemon,
half.lenspoonfu’i-pf vanilla and a stat
ing of nutmeg.
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ft 14* offer* Ift* umn mt Ift* • waat Ad"*
column* I* tb«*v o*l to •mpi**?*****
who are aeebmg work. A tittle si. at*'-
tag gear caae simply aad gtaln'y. ted*
- trig wlukt y«* van An and wfcat y**a
• ill do It foe. saay and yea BCjdeaW#
narkyimti. It to# done a* f«t many
ethers W# «l#k car reader* ta fael ttot
•bey are not imposing «a n* t»y mak
ing are to ear frea advertlalag offer
Tto Herald believe* la keep**# Wtoe
and atnptoyetni informed to tbair mts
j tual "vaita*
WANTED-A PttolTloN Tt> COOK ;
(ft* tnNTfnakl nr n u ta- Can rotes
well recommended. HI Talctot street.
I nor 3* It
MEN AND WOMEN OF EVERT
trade, carpenters, mason*, sea tr -
sires*,-* and millhand* rtse-lslty, to,
Ij. tn our Cuban and Hurt-, Rican ml- 1
j nnle*; plenty to work, good nay and
tratwportatlun furnished For full par
| oculars, maps, etc., address, enclosing
ilO cents for p istage Pan-Amerlcaa
: Migration Uttreau. New Orleans, Ist.
j Drawer *l2. n»v 2d 2* 2* I
I WANTED—I-ADIEM TO EMBROID
ER. Good paving, caay work, aeut to
I your home. Addreeaed envebtpe for j
j sample and materials. Eroplr,- Em-;
' broidery Works. 23 Duane straet. Nrw [
j York city. n„v 2# :
: WANTED AT ONCB—li« KPINNERH.
■ Apply George K. Selby. Clarks Al
! ley, Walker street. nov 25-J*
WANTED —CHEMTUSbtEN WISHING
I to engage tn the best paying t Aral ness
! tn the Mate can find such an opening
! |,y calling on the undersigned at the
‘ Planters Hotel. H, Frlabey.
I nov Sl—2&
TO RENT—FOUR ROOMS AT 532
Walker street; per month.
; nov 2ii—2#
FOR hire-one or two horse
teams with drivers. Alt kinds qf haui
i ing done. Bell Phone Dec 2
TO I.ET—Tfl'O HANPSOMK DOCRI.E
j office*. *3 1-3 per month, all modern
convenience*. Leonard Phlnizy. 702
| Broad street. Dec 31
TO RENT—Two nice furnished rooms.
with or without board. Apply to C.
H. Luhr*. Nov. 27
CREAM-CREAM AT 24 JACKSON BT.
FOR SALE—PAPER FOR WRAP
PING purposes." Cheapest in dty. one
cent a pound. Apply at Herald office.
Both white and news-paper.
NO BETTER 5c CIGAR ON THE MARKET.
R. c. NORRELL & CO., WMesale Dealers, U9IP. P Avene
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! high pressure are* baa Bond do*g
the Misnowri valley. Raow I# faHtn^
- ovn til# low F-f likFf md u f**
I per Michigan, also la centra! North
Carolina and rain along tto coast from
WUmtngton to Savannah. Tb* fol
lo-vlg heavy minfatts have occurred ta
the pax 24 hours: Galveston. 1.(4 tn
(hen; PaU#' Ice 1.12; Jupiter. 124
j Temperatures have fallen sharply over
ihe centra! and lower Missouri valley,
thence eastward to tto gr,-at lakes, a
tall of 24 degree* occurring at Havea
! port and 22 at Omaha, but c**t to tbe
Mtwlaafppl river as a rule hlgbstr tem
perature* prevail. D. Fisher,
To Reorganise a stat# Regiment.
Pittsburg. Nov. 26 —Order* were re
ceived yesterday by the offleer* of the
E.gd.eeiub regiment to proceed to re
| nrgfinlte as a state regiment. The or
der, issued by Col. Frank I. Rutledge,
Is as follows;
“In compliance with G. 0. No. (5,
|A. G. O. C. 8.. dated Harrisburg. Pa.,
! Ncv. 18. 1898, all officer* of this regi
-1 merit now In commission are returned
1 to duty, leaves of absence having ex
pired this date.
"Commanding offleer* of compsnle*
are ordered to immediately proceed
with the reorganisation rs their com
"The regimental armory *lll he open
every day and evenlt g, and a anrgeon.
field or staff offleer will be present ev
ery evening for the purpime of render
ing such assistance and giving such In
formation as may be nec’ssary. The
regimental comraf-nder will be present
every evering for the purpose of super
vising the work of rcorganlxatlon.
•■AH officers of this regiment are or
dered to report at regimental head
quarters on Saturday evening. 26th
Inst., at 8 o’clock, at which time com
manding < fflerrs of companies will be
prepared to report what progress they
have made in reorganizing their com
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