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In# ««H«d work. althou*h »«> far vrry
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to wok until ihcy are lauyhl to run |
thr machlnrrj Thry aa» that they ao-]
rural idarea In Auauata noma « da*-»
ago, and tlld no! r-oma harp to lak>-
any i arl In thry atrtkr. Th«-y aro not I
"waba." and amir of them an- al- j
ready makiiiß arrangpotr-nta to laava
Thla la about thp alfuatlnn a» II l»
To Cure a Cold In Oar l»ay
TakP Laxative Promo Qulnlaa Tablets.
All drugglata refund the money If It
lella to ture. 25i' The gt-nulne hae L.
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••BIBI,” A COHEDY OF JOYS.
The Enlertalmnent to Be (liven Thla
■ nibl." a i-omi-dv of toys, by <'h«rl.>*
liar mod. author of thp County Fair,
will In* given In ihr Augusta opera
house oti IVoeuiUer 2® and 21, under the
uusplopf of thp Hi'brpiv Ladles' Aid So
"Ulbl ' I* on.lied and directed by Mr.
AV 1., Hatch of New York, and has
been trlven in all the larger cities
through tlui north and past for thp lust
five yearn, and has been pronounced
everywhere by the moat prominent
people OS the An rat amateur entortaln
rnent ever put on the stage. “Itlbl
whs «hen In Columbia, H. c\. about «
month ago and pmnouneod by everyone
in br the moat artlatic and In every
way the best amateur performance ev
er : t-n in Columbia. The different east
of "11:1)1" Win consist of about SO peo
s. ms, who arc now lvhcurslng tinder
tli... direction of Miss lie lisle AV.irbur
ton of New A'ork. The dlfrercnt cast
Will be chaperoned by- the following la
dles: Mr*. Henry Cohen, Mrs. J W.
j vy, Mrs. F Lesser. Mrs. AVlthcra.
Mrr. M. P. Cartoll, Mrs. R. Utiben-
Bpin, Mrs. Jackson. Miss Pearl Daly,
Sfiss Brooks and Miss H. Fllshman.
The speaking east will be composed
of thp following young ladies and gen
tkmcri: Mias Annabel Ausim, Miss Lt
ohoia HoßWifudd, -Miss Kotio Kopiiell,
Misa K&tv Tgrywr, MtfO"vrinie Puryear,
Messrs.' James Reacey, Harry Russell.
Siduev Anhalt, C. C Howard. Albert
Boyle and Charlie Smith. Tbs other
names will be given ae they are found.
Old fashioned buckwheat Hour for
gale by Lanikin A Co. .
MACON IN THE THROES OF
A FRIGHTFUL ELECTION
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peda me to my aa earkeat word la «h*
*mtog me# <>f Macao and th..*.- who
u»ed to be young Men ho#eMly dlf
fer oa thla ptobibltioa qoeatlon, hot
[let every hotietrt. sober man thinking
of voting the anti-prohibition ticket
-remember this fart: (bare are but
two rtde* to thla paramotmt qusaion
beforv u» shall we have barruma or
ao barrooms? j
"No one denies that Ibrt do wretch
ed harm. You see araund yoa day
and night the wreckage of character
and happln<-a« wrought by them. Ito
too my. Of course l am oppowd to
ItarnaHoa and would vote against them
If we could get them out of every
. ounty In Georgia?* You might a* well
refuse to hill the rgttlemake
your gate until you can kill every
snake lu Georgia at one blow. Th*
logic I* Identical. Horn** honest men
are with you. but remember that on
the amll-prohfbltlon aide are found tbej
barrooms, the bum*, the toughs, the
luid houses and every Impure element
lu tht* elty.
"Thla I* true ami It cannot lie de
nied Think of your mother Ju*t l>e
fore the buttle, and do not. I beg you.
be found on the aide of theae people
and places, where you could not carry
your mother, your daughter, your
wife, your slater. Thl* is not mere
sentiment—it I* heart. It 1* conscience,
It I* Hotter common sense Hetnem
l»er, too, that on the night of December
Ist ; onr vote will be found in the bo*
right by the yide of the ballots of bar
keeper*. drunken white men aud drun
ken negroes, aud .
"Only the Master who knoweth all
Can tell the two apart."
and He will mark no difference, I
"Will you be found on the side of
caioualng soldier*, th* saloon keepers,
that gladly sell them, and all these
wretched places that drag our young
uien down? Or will yon be found on
the side of the 1700 Christian women
who sent that ignored petition to the
mayor yes. and on < hP * l(,p of the
churches, Wesleyan, Mercer and all
that would life humanity upward?
There I* hut one crowning Issue—bar
roras or no barrooms? God help you
to vote tomorrow with the pure und
the good, with whom you hope to
“Yours in earnest
Here is another of the campaign
card*, tinder the heading. “Sensation
"There never was a more remarkable
piece of verbal legerdemain than that
by which the Anti-Prohibition meeting
at the Academy of Music last night
committed Itself unreservedly, though
unintentionally, to the policy of pro
hibition In this campaign, and uncon
sciously advised pH of their voters to
support the prohibition ticket.
"They did so in the following lan
guage ATtAirr.CS EXPERIENCE
IK A PROPER GUIDE IN OUR JUDG
MENT. FOR THE PEOPLE OF MA
"Now, ihc only way that this qflv4oe
can lie properly followed is for Macon
high license voters to do what has been
jijjaxsm t.a wmmjMjr*.
in trt *k# PMb»
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TakHgrkpb Mr, HID M»»ka* of Mm ao
Botleokawtaa ood Ik oddrtapk to that |
sold otker mm to imrt to kta ortt*
11>0» Mr Mary*.* tkot «»•
' |j nboaar g>d oil of bl* kMttaf «"* of j
! • paper that •*. writ'* a Ik T**o# »»d
i that b# bod a ropy «f fV NFf * r
- ika oegrort sad ItM iokßa b# b»k* j
ibras atlrtod »a- • \
The prvdtlbutoalst* bald o M*Mlag
to lb# Haptlsl rburtb tbta uxwatßg a'
Id o'rlorh ood aaat* tb'a aft#raoo« at
%, All of 'he kteMbora *»f *be oatl
*• loots league or# Of mm% »ad Ibey
•earn determ'acd to carry thr taatrM.
Tka Aotr* Rig Ma*ting
Although ••!( a few h-iilM’ MNksa Had
bn# girt*, thr IBtl-pnhtUtSml*l» Ail
ed Ibe Academy of Muale loot night I
The meeting waa coltad la the lateieat
of the twisltteea melt who believe that
> r .hiwtt -n w • uld be destrui tl*' ••
The ream u I Inn* which were adopted
without a dlaeeotlng mire were the
. name aa those adof*te«l at last datur-,
, day's meeting of the Chamber of (Ysm* i
metre, but which were raiwqiswilr re- 1
Ivohad, They wear aa folloaa:
; Jdr. Pr.-skli-nt and Oentlemrn:
"Tour committee |o whom was refer-
Ired the suhjeet lavotced la the electbm
to be derided on the Ist dny of Derewi
tser, to dpi Ide whether the lt*tu»r trnf- |
tic .ball l» lPenned ar prohlWted In i
Itlbb county. relb-eaaed or prohibited In
Itltib county, reapectfully submit that
after a careful cnaoMeralton «*f the
(lueatlon th**y ar* of the opinPm that a*
the repreaentatlves of the buatnea* In- |
tereata of Mai-un and of Ita Inveated
i.pltal, we fully juatlfy by declaring
clearly on an issue that involee# tt»**
i bualneaa conditions of Macon.
I "The business men of Macon are an- ;
I i-humt here by Investment. —are held
! here Ity tie. not eaalty louacaed what- 1
ever, therefore, adds burden, that pla
ce. them at a disadvantage in compe
tition with other cities: whatever maltea
fiw tin* development and maintenance
of business; whatever ntahea for pub
lic order or the reverse, Is, In our Judg
ment, a proper subject for this organi
sation to consider.
"Actuated by this view, your rnm
mlltep And that the Issue pres-nted the
business men of this city In the com
ing election Is whether the liquor traf
fic shall be permitted In Bibb county
under a license system and police su
pervision or an unlicensed and unlawful ■
■ Tig traffic under a license srg|rin .
and police supervision Is kept within I
proper limits, and yields a revenue
which defrays a large portion or pub-;
lie expenditure. The burden of expemll-j
ture Is Inevitable whether we have a
licensed or unlicensed liquor traffic. It
costs the city of Macon Itn.OOO amiunlly
to maintain Its police force. Cnder
present conditions the revenue derived
from saloons, wholesale liquor dealer*
and brewers constitute about
of thla amount. The police force most
be maintained. Indeed, It Is hurdly ad
equate now, and with an unlicensed
liquor ttsiflic would probably not he suf
ficient. The present cost of maintain
ing It and the probable Increased cost
under prohlbltkm would be an addition
al burden placed upon renters who are
now burdened to the limit. Nor is this
"The experience of other cities, nota
bly Atlanta, proves .that prohibition Is
not effective: that the Illicit traffic 111
liquor Is certain to follow the aboli
tion of the licensed saloon, und what
Ir known as the "jug trade" takes
thousands of dollars out of a commun
ity that never returns and causes more
liquor to be used than under a licensed
system. Atlanta's experience Is a prop
er guide, in our judgment, for the peo
ple of Macon. The business men of At
lanta who contributed money, time and
their best efforts to carry prohibition
In Atlanta, after two years of bitter
and costly experience. raSt their bal
lots for a license system under police"
supervision. Such men us-Capt. J. W:
English. ex-Mayer Good win--and many
other prominent eUisehs: who
prohibition when it was put in opera*,
tion in Atlanta say that after a fair tri-
Al It ptioved a costly failure and tjint
tt licensed system under police supervi
sion is the best method of handling the
)iqu»r traffic.- _ , u . ... .Juaev..
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TOM COOLEY IN
Pffilliirk Air •» H#t •» Ym Pt#t«
A Chaa*» There t hat th Ml Prove a
Surprise t# k»vry «■# ceewita
•toece WimaJ . Might Hand Ma#
flirt at ortfc#.
asVMtssh. On. Dvr, I—Thin mrtra
lag Mt Thomas Coolay is Is char#* of
' th# w aieayer ayatem of th# rtty of
. tiavMnsh. M# swree* At Mr. Henry K
luewtos aho hsa l#e* I# offia* for th#
past four ini*. This < bang* of offi
cial# te lofcad upon se very atgaiArsat
,It rvslly starts th# political ball roll
: :#g for th# r impaig# of I«M, Th# of-
Be* to which Mr. Ctootoy >wrr#»da to
dlrortiy Is th# gift of f'ommtealnoec of
Pvbllr Win k* Wllllsk. Th# appoint
ment t ome, from him. Tk# ehaag# la
: official* I* going to rati#* something of
a political ■rnastion Mr. Dr###on'a
friend, wilt be #urpria#d St hi# going
oat sod Mr. Cooley'* friends will b# aa
greatly surprised at bis going hi. Tk#
fart that there to to b# a rkang# In th#
ulkre of superintend#*! of tb# senvhn
grr depkrtmettt ao soon ba* been Nwpt
very quiet and the publication of The
news yesterday afternoon was tb* flr«*
Intelligence many who are supposed hi
be on the Inside got of it.
An effort was mad# yeaterday to net-
Mr, Willlnk in reggrtl to the change,
hut he nould not be *r n. It to tindcr
atood. however, that be baa advised
friend* of bi* intemiou of making a
Mr. Dreeson has. during th# four
year* that he ha* been In charge of
the office, given the city good sorvtce.
Ha ha* been looked upon a* a fixture
In Mr. Wtllink a official family. Dur
ing Ihr campaign two year* since It*
w»a a firm and active supporter of Mr.
Herman Myers In tbs contest for th*
Mr. Cooley * very well known In Sa
vannah. He I* the proprietor of a
grocery store on Klver and West
Broad street*. He ha* alway* taken
great Inter*#! In local polities and dor-
Ing (h» Meldrim-Myers campaign
! worked hard for MaJ. Meidrtm. He had
large Interests in the section of the
[city to which he rertded nt the time.
That Mr. Cooley ha* aspired for some
Itlmc to the place has been known for
1 several day*. The Strcnnoah Press sta
-1 tcA over a week since that he and Mr.
.lame* McGuire wished to succeed Mr.
Maj. Meldrlm staled, when asked
about the change, that he hod merely
heard such it change was contempla
ted. He did not know whesi it would
occur, If at all.
Mr. Dreeson stated to the Press of
this city thl* afternoon that ho hnd
tendered his restgnaton to Mr. Wll
llnk and hat it would take effect at
i once. He states that he hop#* his ser
vice* In hi* capacity as superintend
ent of the scavenger department have
been satisfactory to the people of Sa
vannah. as he believes they have.
B»r» th. Kind You Hate Always Bought
Reading and writing rooms for the
soldiers have been opened by the Bro
therhood of St. Andrew of this city,
|at the southeast corner of Broad and
Mclntosh streets. 6ver Christopher
Gray's, front room db Broad, and the
soldiers to town ar# invited to drop
to and spend a pleasant time, reading
writing and smoking!
New Maple, Now .Orleans anti Ortcr
cia Syrups received at JLamkin &
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'lJeut* Tom Haatlag# A. O Mar
hat sad W J. Pr##ton all oftatbtrt
to lb* Third rwctMwnt. rnltoA Mate*
volant sera, have not teoderrd fh#lr
reelgaat leas. Me#' **. B- *"»#••
more'awd of Co P Fifth regimen'.
Oeorgla volunteer#, la with Kay e Im
mune* la Cub*. H# boa not been beard
from Lieut Barnard V Broylea. of
tb# Aiiaota B't#u. »od Meut. G. C*
Herb, of lb# Gut# City Guards* have
t»ndar«d tbelr restgaatlooa They »r»
oat con see ted with the wat tonal a#r
, *'A number of resign at k«s of officers
In all pans of tb# state have been re
vived There are many, however, who
have not been beard from and their
eoutmlaalona #lll he forfeited after
H#c. 1 A military man aatd last night
“ 'While the lack of appropriation
may not materially affect (he militia of
the state. It will prevent any eneamp
oirnts for two y«tra and I bellere the
soldier boys will lone Interest In the
mllltla The troopa are fairly well
tquipped anil ihelr arm. will remain
with them No money will be expend
ed In buying new arm* and those com
panies which are not equipped aril!
have to watt for at lewat two year*.”
Two Pointed Questions Answered.
What la the use of making a better
article than your competitor If you can
not get a better price for It?
Ans.—As there la no difference In the
price the public will buy only the bet
| itr. ao that while our nroßts may he
smnller on a single sale they will be
much greater In the aggregate.
How can you get the public to know
your make la the heat”
ff both articles are brought promin
ently before the public, bath are cer
tain to lie tried, and the public will
very quickly pass judgment on them
and use only the better one.
This explains the large sale on Cham
berlain's Cough Remedy. The people
have been using it for years and have
found that It can always lx- depended
upon. They may occasionally lake up
with gome fashionable novelty put
forth with exaggerated claims, but ure
certain to return to the one remedy
that they know to be reliable, and for
toughs, cold and croup there is noth
ing equal to Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy. For sale by Alexander Drug
and Seed Co., C. It. Parr of Bell Tower
Card of Thanks.|
To the Bdltor of The Evening Herald-
Sir: Please allow me to thank the
white friends of this city for kind
words and help at this time, and to
Messrs. Force & Chi for substantial
help. 1 have nothing to fear from the
hands of Southern white people.
GAD S. JOHNSON.
For Asthma use CHE
The St. Patrick's Catholic Library
Association extends a hearty welcome
to all the soldiers of the winter camp
to stake the!? hall headquarters whtie
in Tile city The sotdfers will find a
wSrm weleome •at the association
Oof prices on suits only tuvo-thiixls
what others charge. E» J. Hcnrj; &
Co., spot ca#ll tailors, .
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Fort BALE PAPER FOR WKAP
PINO purposes■ Ch#*p#vt In city on#
rent a pound. Apply at Herald office.
Both white and news-paper.
FOR SALE—IiM-ACRM FARM. ONM
mile from city Itmlta. a bargain. Ap
ply W. C. Jonaa. No. H 4 Jackson St.
CHEAP—PAPER FOR WRAPPfNO
purpose# 1® cents a hundred old eg-
Changes. Whits paper I cent a iKtund.
wanted—second hand shelf
worn and damaged goods to sell un
commission. Good market and price.
H. H. Sontag. Denmark. ». C. dec 7
MR. n. W. H.J PLEASE SEND ME
your address. F. i. 8., Bamberg, S.
TAKEN UP-1 BLACK PONY. OWN
,q- can get *nme by calling at M?
d'Antlgna street, and paying damages,
DIED—JUDGE JOHN T. SHEW
MAKE at his late residence, 41*
Greene street, at 1 o'clock a m.,
NOVEMBER :!«. Funeral ar
Office of Augusta Belt Ry- Co.,
Augusta. Ox., Nov. *, IS9B.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
at a special meeting of the stock
holders of the Augusta Belt Railway
Company, called according to law,
and to be held at the office of Messrs.
Jos. B. & Bryan Cummtng, Dyer
building, Boom, 428. in the City of
Augusta, Ga., at twelve o'clock, m.,
the thirteenth day of December. 1898.
the question of the increase of the
capital stock, will be considered.
TTIOS. K. SCOTT, President.
Carlton Hlllyev. See. & Treas.
Inwrmßoo 7 : PffCt
FOREIGN CAPITALISTS WILL
LOAN HALF A MILLION DOLLARS
on realty In Augusta, Ga. Terms 7
per cent. For further Information ree
their attorney at law, P. J, Sullivan,
Es., or Mr* P* G - Burum, (
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won't have to worry about
for fear of the wear-and
tenr of his Clot nee. Suits
like these are wanted by
made from AH Wool Fancy
Cassimeres and Cheviots.
Every seam sewed firmly.
Good looking, good wear
ing. Take your choice of
the lot at
It 1* stated that equirtvls are becom
ing very common In Ireland.
Landrails have been exceptionally
numerous in various parts of the Brit
ish Isles this season.
Seven hundred and six cats were ex
hibited at the recent cat show | n the
Crystal Palace, I»ndon.
One-half of the windows in Dawson
CKy are without glsss. A small light,
10x12 inches, readily brings T 3.
The consuls In France report that
Indian com as an article of diet among
the French peasants is being replaced
The amount of available pensions In
North Carolina this year is $120,000.
The number of pensioners has consid
From a Knranc Interpretation Mos
lems are ferbidden to have shades to
their unshaded eyes, hence the absence
of the peak both from the fez and the
The Ptnninptnnink Ccal company
has on exhibition at its offices at
Clarksburg. W. Va., a lump of coal ta
ken last week fronjJ.ts veins weighing
oven 10,000 pounds.
In the forests cf Guiana dwell some
very large and exceedingly ttrocioua
black ants, which throw up hills fif
teen or twenty feet in bright. They
will not hesitate to attack man. and
theit' headquarters are usually given
a wide berth, ej ß *. -st”x —..-