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of m»P ■* nMMt, '*' Qb- 'O Wiih.ml.
11l rtibt»n montlia after th- manias*
place At Th- Ht|«« (fit a; rtn*
It haa leaked out that tie betrothal
Wiede Is of r mantli orl* n
inf pnflf# • fWPf Of‘»ilt f fflJI *' *«
the Prince** Pauline of Wurtembur*.
trUo vm wiwmin* * firm mi ••
votfd, Aecurdini to st>ry. tnat
PrlnrZa**Pauline after*arO married the
elder prince of Wl«4e, Pilac* Kr.-dcr
leh, and WHlietnln* determined to keen
her vow and wed hi* brother. Prince
William, who 1* four yeaia younger
than Prince Frederick.
Thla. It la added, explains Queen
Wllhemlna'a Indifference to other ault
or*. which haa caused *0 much com
Other reporta, however, aay that the
real reaaon for the aelectlcn of Prince
William of White aa A huaband for
Queen Wllhemlna ta that hla mother
la a prln<-»s of the V*-: h*Hands. and
that therefore he I* Ilk ly to be more
accertal'le to th# people of Holland
Ujon an entirely foreign prince.
B ar. th. A"• * B& " 1
Wid. Scbweigert & Go . Jewelers
(ft Ml kif W *,
hla poe**as.v*. was sentenced to two
year* la the paalt l attsry yesterday.
H* said he would rather go ta the pea*
where he was. aad admittad that he
| * pit it m pus, 0 Nov, ft On. bright
Hla art ate; attitude. He fa If on. (ieo.
It-ouch tiutucreaafully. led the Hanna
v. v.. 1 , ~ .k, hlatoric Zen.*
Akii-«. O. Noe. M.-~Edgar inha
arn broke down la court today, th-'
first evtrirt.ee of set :■»/ be ha* shown
nine#- >i' w*» plated on trial fur th.*
the n>> rdcr-ri mao's taxi'/. Johnson's
ryes Ailed with tears, and though be
tried to conrecl the fart, everybody In
the vl.lnny noticed It. Mrs. James
Msrouardt was the moat Important
witness fur the* stale yesterday. Hhe
swore that three day* after Osborne a
murder she washed a shirt which
Johnern had be-*n wearing. On th'
sleeves were several .pci. of blood.
She also testified that be esme home
he eight cf the murder and took a
bath. Kvldnre was Introduced to show
that after the murder Johnson had
crnalderabl* gold coin. Previous to
that time he had been In hard c.rcum
stnnrea. The cast* will occupy the
next ten days.
Columbus. 0., Nov. 29,—The Htate
central committee cf the I,’niotl Reform
party In s'sa'on here adopted resolu
tions, ten in number, taking steps to
'increasing the organization in all coun-
I ties In the state, and to collect money
I necessary to pay debta of last ram
' >a!gn: also, to sectne by May 1 at
iicr.at *IO,OOO a* a campaign fund.
| In 1887 Mr. Thomas Mclntosh of Al-
!lcntown. Tenn.. had nn attack of dys
entery which became chronle. “I was
treated by the best physletans In East
Tennessee without a eure," he says.
• Finally I tried Chamberlain's c,,11r.
Cholera tend Diarnhoen Remedy. After
using about twelve bottles I was cured
; round and well." F-r aa'e by Alexan
der Drug and Seed Co., C. R. Parr of
Bell Tower Drug Co.
„ Brutally Beaten
Pittsburg. Penn., Nov 29. Miss
Nora Bltner. a highly respected young
iady of Allegheny-},was beaten so badly
this afternoon by three gitls (none of
v hom were over fifteen years of age)
that she will probably rile Her as
' callants, Mamie Wlrght. Sophia Mickle
urd Victoria Bennett, are In Jail. The
cause of the assdult is rather mysterl
*Tius. It set ms that Miss Bltner. with
a youn„' lady companion .was walking
: along East Ohio street* end. In pass
ing a group of young girls at play.she
made some Jocular remark concerning
the party, whereupon one of the
youngsters grabbed her by the bait'i
and pulled her to the ground. While
prostrate. Miss Sillier was kicked »n
the b*ad and beaten into Insensibility
Her companion was unable to protect
. her and a rescue was only effected
when the women came upon th« Scene
' The physicians attending Miss Bltner
! say her skull Is fractured and a blood
| clot has formed in the brain. Her
rccov- i v Is doubtful.
TIfXJ ATJCIUBTA XFTtALD.
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to nw( forr# till 1
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CHKiinU* firm to Tfc#
t i#Hßfl «i tfftfiU*' hit sous
ix«*d men of A»m»**t» will «•*
that ja* Ur# to tlonr you and la one
ymr from nn« yon ran force Ihr r#*«
bration You ran secure tmllmitsd
financial aid whenever you show that
y u are ratable of hclr'ng younmlf
Yon are » df*crg*nl*e<l people. You
must be orgsnlzed Follow the exam
p> of your employer*. You **• what
they have accowpllslied by organlxa
1 have been approached on the out
side. and I tell you that a fight eould
be made and brought to a aucesaful ,
laaue. Do not he dlwcuragcd, riglr
und Justice la your side, anc* you will
yet win this uneven fight, »nd Ihe
Hi raid 1« ever ready to do you ser
I do not like that reduction of water
'rate proposition. A roan who under
-1 stands the labor movement and strikes
would not have entertained the propo
! sltion for one moment. It looked no
Innocent. It was a devil wrapped In
the livery of heaven. Can't you see It
was shifting the responsibility cf the
strike on the city. As an organizer of
the American Federation of tobor, I
for one would have protested against
that kind of a settlrmen. It was shift
ing. I tell you; and always keep your
eye on the responsible party. Aga'n,
every time a reduction was demanded
the water rate would be cut. I hav
been up against Just such games. They
are dangerous to a green man: beware
of them. In conclusion, my good peo
ple r' the factory, you will never have
the respect of your family, vour neigh
bor or your country until you organ
ize. If your present employers re
spected you they would be willing to
see you live properly.
Franklin. Pa.. Nov. 29. - William
M-.nE aged 4fi years, and residing at
Centerville, this county, was engaged j
to a young woman of that section, but ;
h |s mother, with whom he makes his |
home on the farm, objected to the mar- |
rlfge, arrl refused to allow him to
bring home his prospective bride. Wil-j
llarn brooded over the matter amt fi
nally went across the road to the barn,
of Samuel Anderson, plated a tope ar
ound his n*ck and hanged himself. A
neighbor going by out the rope He can
Mr Hanry flavs.se I.andor’3 boot; de
scribing his travels and fortunes In Ti
bet will lie railed "In the Forbldd -n
r.unri." It Will be published in Amer
ica by Harper & Bros .
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TM Beat Fta»U-r.
1 A alrtf «.f flannel tlimiirttel with I
,<*ham>>ertaln'* Pain Balm and bound «>•> |
l, u n«. affected purl* I* superior to any;
| plaster. When troubled with p«ln tn
•the cheat or aid*, or a lame ba*-k. give
ilt a trial. You are certain to be more
than pb-aa* d with the nromiit relief
which It affords. I*ain Balm la alao a
re! tain cure for rheumatism. For sale
by Alexander Drug and Hee Co.. C- It
(parr of Bell Tower Drug Co.
Why do not women count their
THE FRIENDLY COUGH.
"Stopping " a tong* hiHt a sftttintl who warns us of danger.
upon cough n*» **
friend. Cmiifh •* anwM-Satvil « Hl* vleoplca*niyhtH
and u ustinff diaeaw; yet eouyb Ls friendly. It
warns us of trouble. Coug-lt <.U»nds tfuard at
he breath pijM*. It is 11 sentinel always awake.
Bopping a cough too quickly is wmnjr « ni >
Quick eough medicines are dangerous. \\ lien
zppenru It is the condition that must be cured ur.d
Igh stops- Lulling tho si-nsitivecesa of the nerves
e disehurge* of a cold into the lungs,
it-na cures the condition and tho cough ceases.
operates directly to heal the congested mcm
nd assist nature. Dr. Hartman's treatment of
id lung diseases has made him famous, Ills un
.uc-eess is due to his great prescription, 1 <--ru-na,
ay lie secured of any druggist. Write to the
Medicine Co., Columlm*, O . for Dr. Hartmans
led Chronic Catarrh. It is mailed free, ami con
full explanation of cough nm! ml diseases of
urous membrane. The battio is half won when
things are understood, anil Dr. ltartmau s book is
clear and practical.
Mr. W. T. Powell, i'larington, 0., editor and publisher Independent,
writes the following letter:
D \ viJl tnk-n^sick’ Hst February with bronchitis and catarrhal fercF !uy
head was in a terrible condition -eould neither see “ or 1
half a bottle until [began to >“Prov. ; - .J | usin i three bottles of it
!Td 1 uav y e for years W. T Powann.
There is probably no remedy so safe lor la grippe or so certain to Has
Pe-ru-na Neither is there anything mysterious about the way it goes to Work
Pe-ru-na contains no narcotic or nervine of any kind It is entirclj vegetable,
f. ' nrL rouo-hbv curing the membranes. The same process cures catarrh
permanently Catarrh may exist in any organ oi
letters are on file from people Pe-ru-na A l>ool< fu. 11 ' rru! -
Ask any druogist for a free Pe-ru-na Almanac for the year W 9». ....
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With Kuril a group of nttd a
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1 ngrgrtif-jtt to aay that tb# Grand will
t.«* < lowdrd to It# mmoat eapaettr on
d*an th* AIVMWhk^MI
Very appropriately the stockholders
Of the Kecty Motor company
pall la-arera at Keeiy'a hospital. They
were used to carrying hint.
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Overroala Rixr l and Hi we. ,4*§ *4#, at H7»oo>
A nn« of Mec'i Medium Wet. hi OvfffONllt. diffar *
ant ahadaa. m-42. at §0 ftO.
A nn# of Man** Fma C* >de Karaay Overcoat*.
Eilat a. Itlue and tifown, 39 42. at Slo*oo.
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Will You Get Left?
There is but one looked-for condition this
fail in regard to business and that *s a most
healthy one. and those who are preparing for
it are tre people who will reap the harvest and
all the others will get left. We have gathered
from all the renowned centers Immense quan
tities of desirable up-to-date goods running
mostly to noveities in
China, Pottery and Glassware.
They are ours to own at right prices if you
BLIGH’S CRYSTAL PALACE
£O9 BROAD STREET.
Grand Masonic Fair,
November 30th to December I Oth 1898
REDUCED EWES I ALL RAILROADS.
Visiting brethren cordially invited to attend
the meetings of the various Masonic bodies:
Georgia Commandery, No. I, K. T., Meets second
August.t Chapter No. 2. R. A. M , Meets FirsJ
Adoniraln Council. No. I. Meets Second Wednes
Social Lodge, No. I. F. A. M. t Meets Second Friday
Webb Lodge, No. 166, F. & A. M., Meets Third
Tailor, Vestee, Reefer and Blouse
Syits; beautifully trimmed, some
have a military tendency, others are
$2.00 Up tO $8.50.
Men’s Top Coats.
Winter weight Coverts, Kerseys,
Meltons, Diagonals, Cheviots, Whip
cords and Worsteds. The garments
old and young men are eager for.
$lO 00 up to $25.00.
I. G. LEVY'S SON &CO.,
Tailor-Fit Clothiers, - - Augusta, Ga s
A SURPRISE FOR SANTA
uwait* him when h« th** many
novelties* in eilver and »<>Ul that we
have arrayed in ilazzliiiK profu.lon (or
our natron*' choice in th. ninny toilet
articles, coin puraea, torunettea, wav«
...I*.. hair coinin', inijualahlr handle* for
umbrella*. manicure act* anil the many
pretty kickahnu* that women delight
In for Xma* gift*.