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on, h» t« • liar, bat say politely. "You
Jimmy -Huh! Id ruth have ps<-
ptp think I «w lyin' than I didn't
know what l wua talkin' about.
A Sure Slf n of Croup
Hnaiwnraa in a child that I* subject
to croup i» a sure Indication of the ap
proach of the diaaaaa. If ChamberlainW
Couah Remedy la given aa toon as the
child becomes hoarac or even after the
croupy couirb has appealed, it will pre
vent the attack. Manv mothers who
have croupy children ale-ays keep this
remedy at hand ami And that It saves
them much trouble ami worry. It can
always be depended upon and la pless
ant lo lake. For sale by Alexander
Drue and Heed Co.. C. H. Furr of Bell
Towel Drue Co.
•'Ah," aaid the reminiscent old gen
tleman, ‘Til never be the husky boy I
was when 1 was about 20, ncl if I live
to be a hundred years old.”
e«r. tb. A »»• lull If Hw Awn 80#t
Souvenir Spoons, J
Silver Novelties, j
Wm, Scliweiprt & Co. Jewelers ■
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of tb# r®l®nt##r army wbtrb b*4 a®*
tbr nl at out C«»brld«r. #«d wh#«
\V«#bin®ton toob w.iiwim tb* i®#ti
w#r# pnrttmil# ditUtuir Th«*y had
coxt fro 33 all part# of tb# roaotry,
bringloi with ’hem only th#tr ® tn#
a®t> rttUmi for a diy «r #o. They
> w#r# *t®’ viti* and »»i»t ht M G**® ■
! Wavbtnnton to mppl® th#oi
l with food,
Mr. Wjmbm* ®rat»dfath#f offrrrd
'Va§ hi nylon * !«•# of forty ihoiwod
dollar# on bl» not# *nd th# d«wl wa®
Th# not# w®a l»y Waahiniron
aa Ctjft'nsmler In Chief of the Hevo
i lutlonary Forces, and did not rail for
. the payment of any !ntare«t. It waa
held by the elder Wyman until hla
death and was never presented for
At the time of the transaction the
Wyman* lived at Cam'iridjl*. If the
note held by Mr. Wyman could be
prevented to th United States Gove n
ment, or any person or persons, and
payment received. It would call for
about one anti one-half million dollars
—cotrputlnK Interest at five per cent
compound It li quite likely, however,
ibat It would go to protest were It pre
It V 111 .Surprise You-Try It.
! It Is the medletne aliove all others for
, catarrh and ia worth Its we'ght lo geld.
I Fly's Cream Balm does all that Is
| claimed for lt.--B. W. Sperry. Hart
) ford. Conn.
My son was HtHlcted with catarrh.
1 He used Ely's Cream Balm and the dls
; agreeable catarrh all leTt him. —J. C.
; Olmstead, Areola, 111.
! a 10c. trial else or the S9c. sire of
Ely's Cream Bain# will be mailed. Kept
by druggists. Ely Brothers, 65 Warren
St., N. Y. ' '
BRIGHTEST A'D BEST.
Handsome Is as handsome very sel
The motorman on an electric car Is
Speaking of fireworks, David was the
original giant cracker.
The man who stars out to meet trou
ble never has to go half way.
There are people who actually be
lieve that their troubles interest oth
Men take opposite sides on the
money question, but the majority are
on the outside.
The French may be fickle In every
thing else, but they are always faith
ful In their love —of change.
Were some people to talk only of
what they really know, their silence
would soon become painfully motin'o
TTf» AUOURTA HFHAIsO.
Ragret EnprtltNCl at the Prw(rtcUve R*tlr#->
m#nl of Judge Enoch M. Calloway.
TH# Frtihif Camhkl Lott Ml INI County
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tb# #! m#tbo4» pun»«#4 K»
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frr to tb# mtort of ®#rr#t«ry Plumb
fi«r SmiiHil dftim
Wr bay# virtH#H #n4 #aaml®#4 (bl#
important ba®tlt®t.a® iw loootjr,
and hav# hr#® r#r# fivofioiy impf###*
«*4 «!th it# myand with li#
iMWff for goo*! to tb# r'aa# for ®b w
h waa or®anli#4. Tb# bull«t
Incv arr In ®#r<t rocdltlon. but would
iti omnten 1 pairtin® main build'®®, tb#
farm th n abilfu! man#f« i m#®f and
#v#ry f#arur# of tb# institution b#am
icstitr. 'ny to the watchful rare of ll*
®bl# hoard of wmnngrr# acid ila rfflHrnt
giic'-riotentbuf. T»r«ty-thrce colored
Mid seven while Inmate* »re cared for
end. In our (ipiolvn. the expenditure rs
the county will hour better returns for
the funds Invested. Wo take pleasure
In romrpend'rtg the Institution to the
eltirrrs of the ernnty arc eminently
wonhy of their active symrnthy. en
concngi ment and aupoort. The cfdp
for the prvent > <r 's eatintfited at 31
l»!ea ectton, 65# betheli f° 11,0
bushels pea*. 700 gnllrsis ayrnp. Finan
cial report of the institution la an
Count v Home.
We have Inspected thedhmnty Home
and find the Inmates md convicts pro
vide properly eared for a* to food,
clothing and mcdlrnl attentions. The
j quartern for both Inmates and farm
buildings are In good repair and th"
• sanitary ccndltlons seem do be gootl.
• Tbo food ftirolahedseemed to be ample
!r quantity and rs pood quallly., D
trn#d report rs inmrtf'#. farm, opere
! Mon, #?c„ furnished by the uuperlti
tendent la he rev to appended:
We have mad” a personal Inspection
of the County Farm, which during the
pre-sonl year, has not made os good
| returns as usual on account of the loss
sustained by the freshet, iue yieU' of
<Olll. for reason named has been ma
terially decreased, but the hay rrop 1*
perhaps the largest the farm has ever
made, aggregating 128 tons and com
pensating, In some measure, for de
creaalng com yield. We were specially
Impressed with the fine condition of
the hogs on the farm. The farm stock
seemed, from their appearance, to be
well cared for and the farm work In
good shape. Report of superintendent,
hereto annexed, will show yield In va
rtoor crons, and amounts furnished to
Poor House rnd reed force.
Ronds and Bridges.
We beg to report that we have given
this department close Investigation and
with few exceptions find it in good
The road from Barney Kerr's store to
the new waterworks Is in very bad
condition, caved in by the laying of
water pipes, and sscond, by extra trav
el to and from the military camp, and
we earnestly recommend that It be
graveled ond done at once. We also
hope the city will - join in the good,
work, and gravel the street from Bar
ney Kerr’s to the-Jfigh Bridge.
ft> call the attention fit the pgop, i
authorities lo ih>- terrible condition of
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rffli li'iu v of tb# t#«« hof# and
tb# gn At tn#r#«< Uktu by Hu-
Jail. Court House. Office*, and fMfkera
oih.-c*'of^t'h*'ordinary «hd clerk, of
th# county court. an«t tb# city #choo!
j rule. In tr<Hit cxc#U#nt co®«liiio®, well
;an*t neatly kept.
| D®r!4«o® OraajOMir #chool. however,
j Is In nccl of a coat of paint The walla
j (liawnstalra at Ue jail aia In bad «s»n
ditlon, ami wc add our revo n nenda
j tlon to that of the last grand Jury.
, that they be scraped and cither paiut
cd or calsomlncd. W«* fnrthci rc
cummend that an Incandescent light
(a* put In the hall of each floor and an
, arc light In front of the Jail and one
lln the backyard There are 3* pria-
Inner* In the Jail: White. 3: colored.
1 38;* fcmalca, whltea. 0; colored, 6. We
found the hooka In the offices of the
receiver of tax returns, clerk of court
and ordinary well and neatly kept. We
have Invi tigated and thoroughly ex
-1 nmined the books of all magistrate*
.brought before o» and find that they
are generally well kept. The follow
ing appointment* to the office*
!of notary public and ex
officio justice of the peace are recom-
i j. B. l-ockhart to fill the vacancy
| caused by the death of A. D. Picquet,
! 122wi district.
| Francis C. Healen. 600 district.
I J. B. Haynte to succeed himself in
(the 1434th district.
M. M. Connor to succeed himself In
(the 1263 th district.
We recommend payment of Insolvent
cost according to law.
We wish to reiurn thanks for the
valuable assistance of Mr. C. Henry
| Cohen in the investigation of the as
sault on the Jail on the night of No
! vember 2, for the purpose of taking a
I prisoner therefrom to lynch him, we
; having been deprived of the able
.counsel of Solicitor Davis, who was en
gaged In prosecuiing criminal cases In
We have learned with sincere regret
of the retirement of the Hon. K. H-
Callowuy as judge of the superior
court of this circuit, and desire to
place on the records of the court our
opinion, which we feel satisfied re
flects tlie feelings of the citizens of
this county; that his record for fcar
;leesnesK strict, impartiality, quick dis
patch of tiie court’s business, and pre
eminent ability, has rarely been equal-
J ],,(i and never excelled on the bench
!of this or any o:her circuit in the
| state. That in his retirement he
| has the beet wishes of this body for a
) long, useful and happy life. We beg
leave to express to Solicitor Wm. H.
i Davis our obligation for the co-opera
tion extended talus during the session
of this body, and extend to him oy
thanks for the service. We commend
his for the faithful diacharge of the
arduous duties of hi* office. To A.
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From above stotement you perceive
we have furnished during six months
from April Ist to October Ist.:
4,614 rations (1,548 whites and 3,066
colored, costing $2,880.53.
155 burials (7 whites and 148 color
ed), costing $386.50.
149 railroad passes, costing $298.30.
76 loads wood, costing $60.40.
i furnishing 4,614 rations we used:
52,491 pounds meat, 2,640 pounds
! rice, 10,869 poueds flour, 2,073 pounds
■ coffee, 18,037 pounds bacon, 3,895
pounds sugar, 12,823 pounds grits, 937
packets tea, 2 ounces each.
On October Ist we hod 1 319 names
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PLJ ikJ FULL UNE IN STOCK AND PROMPT SHIPMENTS ASSURED
WHCtS.CMAIOftUtS ltt.tl*C* krZxJCtf'Q*.
Perkins MANUFACTtmiNG G r o Augusta. Ga.
SHOES THAT ARE KNOWN!
Known from Maine to
California as the BEST
* ‘ ha! materia * anl * 00( *
workmanship can pro-
CASHIH, GCULEY & VAUGHAN, 808 Broad Street.
AUIi.NTS TOR HANAN & SON.
FRESHEST ft FINEST MEATS
OF ALL KINDS,
at the lowest prices.
ROBERTS’ MEAT MARKET.
STROWGER PHONE 824.
HAS SALUTED US!
Are you well prepared? No. Then hasten.
Mr. Fardy, or grim rheumatics will claim you.
How about the Suit, or Overcoat, or Under
wear or Hat. How about it we ask ? Whatever
your fancy or your income justifies is here.
Conservative men, and young men, men of
rare good taste, and men who just care to be
neatly and solidly dressed will find upon our
counters beautiful varieties at very satis
I. C. Levy’s Son & Co.,
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