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hi 4 h»m hurn#J In th# roof. Th# doot* j
•nr wap PHvht.
Ptrlor Car and flrrplni fanir* H#»
tw##n Atlanta. ftavannth and WH ov,
and Albany. Ga
Tb# f’ nt’al rs Or rria Railway mm*
pmny ha« tniiifarato) Itarlor car and
pl##r*n« car aervtre b#tw##n Atlanta
and Albany, Ga., on tram l#avtnp: Al
l ity 4 15 a. m . inivtnf Macon * W i
m Atlanta 11:31 a. m.. and on train
!rar|nf At anta 4:65 p m arriving
Macon »!• p. m . Albany 11:98 p m. j
from Albany, G* , holding
Perth ilrkrti can taka Bleeper at * p. j
m.. thus allowing them to remain In
tlaaiar over night. Paaeengers arrlv-j
tnt Albany at 11 OS p. m. may remain
In a’acnar until 7:80 a. m. Rata for
double berth In a’aapar. IS® mile* and
under, $1 SO; over ISO mllas. tt. Char*-
aa for scata. aa fallow •
50 mllas and under ?sr.
51 mile# to IJS mllas «... •• 50c.
124 fTill#* to 2W mil#* as a* •• 7&C . j
SO) mil## to 3°o milt* *. •• 11
Your* very truly,
J. C. HAILE.
G#ntr«! Pa#*#nstr A pent.
INDORSED H DEKnOTT
Fourth l>i‘trlct Club Wants Mc-
Orrmott to Remain
Savannah, Ha., Dec. 9.—A pa-'
tad. and enthusiastic meeting if
thf Fourth district Liberal club was
held last evening. The me-tln* *'i»
celled solely for the purpose of tndorc- j
Ing Chief of Police Frank McDermott
for r'eiect oa. and this was don*. A
member s;sted to a Press reporter
last night that whPe there Is no douhr
In his mind that McDermott will b® re
etected chief of police he thought It but
right for the club to compliment the
chief with their Indorsement.
Bucklen’s Arnica Salve.
THE BEST SALVE in the world for '
Cuts. Bruises, Pores. Ulcers. Salt i
Bii.um, Fever Sores, Tetter. Charmed
Hands, Chilblains. Corns, and all Skin
Eruptions and positively cure* Piles, j
or no pay required. It Is guaranteed to
give perfect satisfaction or mone- re
funded. Price 25 cents per box. FOR
CALK BY HOWARD * WILLET.
The Lecture t sat Night.
Hdu. Jchn G. Ergle, of Houston.
Texas, pleaded a largo and ctltured
f dlince. lasi evening, with h!s lec
ture or. Honry Grady. Mr. Ehgle is an
ficnsst, sincere and thoughtful speak
er and hae an easy and pleasing deliv
er. Using Georgia's great orator and
editor as a pr-rsonlflad type of South
ern philosophy nnrf sentiment he paid
to the men and his country the most
glowingly enthusiastic tributes an An
’ gusia aucYence ha? ever heard bestow
ed upon e.i^er.
He displayed deep thought, and re
search in touching upon certain ques
tions vita! to the South and prayed
over and worked ever by Grady. When
hr spoke of the great race problem, he
was interrupted wit:!’, frequent bursts
rs epp’t' se. His r.xros : tion cf Grady’s
high ?-.anf'nrd of fraternity seemed to
h- a-rre-'r; -d equally by the Comfed
erafe end the! United States soldiers
The lecture concluded with an eiab
erete series of comparisons between
tie characters of Toombs. Hl*l. Stnpb
ens and Grady. ,
33 BOYS CARRY
> THE HERALD
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't *, M*.« 4 M*kM IMMt* M* pH# I
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j ton&mm is ts*tt »#»»
i Tll#y S#W y-t $* ASS ### iS M*%# •’**
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I l|4r nil* r * gins** mi Ml 4 Mf jNlfS**!
I • %<9 W%#4 iftwy |R #rKplf»#««,#
]*%/* N I hmr mrium N lA# *Hi w*
Tb* Rtftf* YWy Catry
Any IMS is ApCuaip wl!! 1
i t'**i l»y #m# bnf i* Jjml T n#4 rpon#
<*»•• f.-Mk that number Th# hl«h##t
*wA 111 »-.. rMAMMIies .|,„ theft,
•r* #h««» oft th* salary tiai.
Whit# Si carrier hoya earata* Na ia
la a tiptop show la* It awl h# point •
a<d* pi act on every train >n the aftev
noon lenvina Atunfu cosaniencln*
•t«h teeT * W C. and rat chin* the
C. C. 4 A., tit* Central, the St C. 4
O R R the Port Royal, the Oeonrla
railroad the Auwti Donthem. the
pica* ure ann men an m**ii
Nor la the carrier pay roll (Iff* he
kw the ntatenent of all the etpenae to
Th* Herald for delivery of The Herald
la 4«*aa<a To th * roll amst hr add- ,
Ml the eelary of Mr. Ppetb. superin
tendent of carrier and maaaper of clr
rnlatloa. and that of Mr. MrKendme.
manager of the cirrulatloa at Camp
The pay roll for lent week Is as fol-
No I *> *S
No. * > 71
No. S > M
No. 4 •• •• .. .« .. .. .. •• ••
No. 1 85
No. « 1 55
No. 7 .. .. I-*®
No. * , M
No. 9 *•** I
No. Id 2 30
No. 1 85 !
No. IS 2 00
No. I- 65
No. IS 1 •*»
No. » 20
I No. IS 1 ™
1 No. 2 2R ;
|No > ;
No. SI 1 80
No. 2 S 0
No. * 25
No. 25 1 88
No 27 1 - 30 !
i No. 1 301
•no. I- 30
No. 30 , 2 - 2 «
No. 31 t - •• •/ 1 30
: No. 130
Totttt ,• • •• •• •• •• •• #.350.40
A R Parr, chief of carriers i 8 00
Great comedy, great comrany—Wbnt
Happ.-wed to Jen s—tomorrow, matinee
and night. f
A MUMHV AT LAST
Took the Royal Pody Thirteen Years
to Reach That state.
Paris. Dec. 9. The Journal’s Ma
drid correspondent has forwarded a
strange supplementary story to that
published in The Gauiots concerning
the long delayed transference of the
corpse of Alfonso XII from the char
nel vault of the Escurial to the Pan
theon of the palace. It appears that,
in common with all the Spanish kings.
Alfonso, whan he died, was placed in
this charnel house in order that he
might be mummified, but that, contra
ry to the usual course of things, the
dead king, instead, of becoming a
mummy, in the regulation space of six
years, has taken more than twice that
length of time, thirteen years in fact,
to reach the necessary condition that,
fits him for transference to the royal
The air of the charnel house, which
Is called E! Podridero, possesses, It ap
pears. the peculiar property of mu-n
--mliving—it.would be more correct to
f.a-.' petrifying the bodies that are
exposed therein, owing to its being al
den with carbonate of lime. The
body of the sovereign lies on a slab,
with out the slightest covering, and is
examined by properly constituted au
thorities to set that the process of con
servation H properly going on
Whet happened to Jonas? Oo to On
ers House tomorrow and see.
THE AUOUSI’A HEBAJLD
IN ASOCIAL WAY
V* 7 " rlfLl J
C #*»tl4Mfcl f •
J#T'r#4Wl #F9## ##■*#■ #-'<4 }'-•# I##'* 4WY #* 1#
#mi Mign# g4p ftk### Rr# #t> . iw | ##*»#•»
4A omta i« JmrtiKl4ii.
««» • feline + * til
ra»t nf #*prrim#nt#r* tn th#
*N tit *u> h fittvr* Rut l#t’p •••uiw.Wr
th# Mk. of •nrimroi. tkftt #h# » t*h
»h# <li«|)liy to hold h#r «•»*
P*trtH of »II r<m#rt#nttoun#— th#
rfK>4H*(itH>y*n«*f <*f th# wnrh#r. Kv« ry
thin* «)•# mint h# itthoHlnai* to h#f
duty If lon* hour, end Ut# houie are
#h# rniifit »t«r frftrffwlV, If j
a th#atr# lt»vit*tloa t» hr#h#ii In uoon
hy th# <S#mAftd* of III# oRY' #. *h# fnu»t
*###pt thU. *l#o. a* a mait#r of our#*,
jlf drudg#ry ban to b# don#, th# must
|bf> rrady tn do h#r *har#. If k>na di»-1
j t«nr# aMlirnmevitp tn ralnjr m#ath#r ar#|
Ito b# i ov#r*d. »h# must not rofnplaln I
I o#rond. Ad#llty to truth No r#»n#ct• I
>ahl# n##9fMip#r ran afford to print It*#
or |#av# #«##nttal featur## of t story
In dnubt tiers use It would Involve per
sonal discomfort to >*t fsrta. The wo
men who wriles news. Ilk# th# man I
aho writ## new*, must a#e that tooth]
sides of s rontrovtrsy have a fair show,
and b# ready to swear to every state
ment she makes for the paper, as w»ll
a* to take her affidavit. If desired, that
she ha# not misquoted anyone who has |
j Third, absence of hypersensitiveness, I
In the office and out of It. Whoever lays
out work must at time# *lve the less]
desirable assignments to each and ev-l
iery member of the staff without ex-1
plaining why. No particular dignity Is I
attached to any one sort of worlt, and]
'no criticism Is Involved In changing a
person from one desk to another *
I Then, outside the office, the reporter]
! must fee! that she Is on? finger of a |
i strictly Impersonal power, the presa. |
and not become aggrieved because Mrs.]
Smith, president of the Society for the ]
, improvement of Vocal Chords, has not I
j treated her with due deference; or Mrs. I
Jones, secretary of the Merry Wives'
Association has greeted her with a,
j haughty atare.
i I have known a girl lo let the paper
bo beaten on a piece of really Import- '
ant news because she thought that
somebody had snubbed her. She was!
mistaken, of course. It was the paper i
that had been snubbed, and the paper!
Cured at Last!
Do Not Give Up in De
spair—There is Hope!
For ages it has been thought
hat Cancer is incurable, and
those so unfortunate aR 10 I,avo
this dreadful affliction have con
sidered themselves beyond hope of j
recovery. The doctors are ab
solutely unable to afford any rc
ief, and the poor sufferer might
veil consider himself ou the way
.oun early grave.
-It is now easy to see why the
doctors hav a failed to cure Cancer.
Their theories have been all wrong,
;md hence their treatment mis
directed. They have made the
mistake of thinking that by cut
ting out the sore or ulcer, known
:ig Cancer, the disease would be
cotton rid of, and the patient re
tored to health. But the cruel
knife accomplishes nothing, for
the Cancer promptly returns.and is
always more virulent than before.
ft has besii demonstrated, beyond
doubt, that Cancer is a blood disease,
nd can not be cured by the sursean s
mife because lAt blood can not be cut
Several years ago my Wife had an
ulcer on her tongue, which, though an
novlas, was not regarded seriously at
first. “tt refused to heal and began To
js'icf her u»u*h pain. The w
Sirs treated it for slime a while but
I«9nm> t#Ni i §*# mm* .
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I f#MRi 4t04%4# Yl M#* of# d# 456'- j
Ut Yft #>■»»> I
I ft» rib*- ’«f 1# %■'' v* y nnnwn#iin(|
f iMt|| 41 * 4Nw4m»< i •'»! 4MMI 1
fill# mmm* mmmm •»# m# w k
T'sw* * W#o * y*v« -*qNi -w l' s Ik <M)I
(WR—I 9 m MM.
j - mm* fftfßU w##*ntly i* I#
wbaling lw*b fbtfti *
: ... **« |«|% ts #td ft# fyr4f« 4|f t|4# Ct«1l
i Hl})m Writ tit# Mh« Hnron. tb? Mi#n## |
! WtifAS md Ml*# f!oN(M#n.
I witiiao fritun# of tb# (air to*
| #trill will rail mu a Ucgf nufnb#r of
f MNifil# rthl wMib* tb# eivfitftc vwotifkl*
IMv tniiltint from « »Mtl it*R4fnlfit.
vitn c. A. Wttb#f# hti not«m#4
Tttwto Htchm#t»4 tiMl varioiiß mil#!
I*.tot* (V Y'.tgiftli.
I Tb# rw>fi • Air Ootf nob Tuiniwont
1 totnoffow ifl#no«v>n # tit b# in tittpoft*
•ni mrUl #r#nt.
I Ml## M#ttt# F Wilton of I#
I with b#r freMßirofliß. 41! R*? #tr##o.<
I for • f#w <l*r»'
j Miss Sarah Huston of M'ay nee tv 11>
Its visiting her sister. Mrs. Hugh Al-
Miss Ruth Howard has tetnmed from
Washington and Baltimore.
YOU NO nOTNKRS.
Croup la the terror of thousands ol
young mothers because It* outbreak Is
so agrvntstng and frequently fatal. Shl
loh’a Cough and CY>n«umpf!«n Cure
| acts like magic In case of Crouo. ti
has never been known to fall. Th?
worat case# relieved Immediately. Price
J*i rt#., M) ets. and 41 US. Sold by -Re-!
tatlera. T. A. Buxton. Anderson's Drug
Store. Alexander’s Drug Flore. West
End Pharmacy. The King Pharmacy;
Wholesalers, Davenport * Phlnlay.
Great comedy, great company— What
Happened to Jotoja—tomorrow matinee
B. Y. P U.
The B T. P. V. have an entertain
ment of a aortal nature tonight at 8
oh*lock at the Flrat Baptist ,'bi.n h for
tne members. .
How tho wind blows. Keep opt the
-old. Save fuel, temper and doctora’
I bill*. Don't let your next-door noigh
j bor hear you swear. From 3 to 8 cents
| This la done by using WEATHER
STRIPS. For sale by Augusta Mantel
4 Supply Co.. 921 Broad.
No, Maud, you will not be able to
hear the tick of the city clock as far
:as Lakeview park.
were unable to do her any good, and
finally pronounced it. Cancer of s most
malignant type Wc were greatly
alarmed and gave her every remedy
recommended, but they did not seem
to reach the dinease, and it continued
to spread and grow. Upon the advice
of a friend she began to take S. P. b.,
and after a few bottles had been used
a decided improvement was noticed,
and continuing the remedy she was
cured completely and the permanence
! of the cure has been proved, as no sign
of the disease has
years have elapsed,
sfej” flSyevSf The cures made by
blood remedy which
< *'* u ** **
correct principle of
forcing out. the poison and ridding, the
system of it forever.
8 8. S. never fails to cure the worst
eases of Cancer, Scrofula. Catarrh,
Ecsema, Contagious BloodPoison.Rhi'u
matism. old sores, ulcers, etc., it wai
ters not what other remedies have be.
used in vain It is ths only blovi
and son tarns not » parsteie, of potash,
laercurv arsenic or other mineral:
Valuable books on Cancer ana Bloou
TMocoace will he ofutUad frsw »•
by of>., AtiiuUft. Ob.
? H Till Tta Lust E§l§3
Dull s*«Min« Amin unknown Ouantltv at RlccA O'Connor * Store*
W* don't show AttcumuUiOan* of fowli that mwti im camod ov#r from 4#a*on to
•*>«aoc. pr«Mnt rwtnna I* n#tt«r thAn fuftir# <cmi«. W» aotWy in# wn#n it w m
do ih« mcMt lottd botn few you #nd for ut- Thor# • a inaaoificoot *toc* at to §
hou«# lodiiy a iAf«#r and o#M#r •lock than#vfir t>#*or# ttut It »*n »
hfic ri • it w«*n‘t bou«t»t cm ion* ti«u» oAymcnt*. nor »• It tho rou t of ov*rio*ai«»
At tn* nuiMl of lh9 maiob. Every donor'* worth of fOodt on ,h *
iioughi for • pot t»»h and tMHHfht from p4on>s who wantod th* monoy badly
•nou*h to ru>v * *ood p**m*u»n to dupo## of tholr pood*. Wo «ivo that *ovm* to
you--*tvo •* to you m torpor puootitiie* today than ovor DtiOfe,
Aoairuw to r*oan uo th* «tork txator* tho ho'iooy trodo i* ovor. Como aoo tatta
rdvaotapo of tho hippo*! and bo»t barpoin* that woro ovor ptocod boforo you m
any hou*o In Aupuota,
Mon'* Ton bo* eo*f, coif Hnod ahoo*.
hoavy *oio* and up-to-d4t* too*, tho
k.nd othor doo>or« a*k you §3.00 for.;
Tho above i* our prico.
Mon'* dork Ton calf HnodShoe* for
nbov« figurt. Thlf lho« Iff mffd# of
fin* bo* calf and vary stylish. Hand
S4»wo(i and contidorod choop at
You know what othar doaior* ask you
for a nlc* hand sswsd Tan willow calf i
shoo. "Golf stylo, *’ mad* ** h#*r PW",
foci ton as a *ho* can bo. S 5 is thair
prico. th# above I* our figure.
Wo can glv# you for above figuro tho
host Youths’ spring heal shoo on
oorth- Don't fall to try aoar of thorn.
They make your shoo bill j«*t half.
VrZT'l Rice & O’Connor Shoe Co.
C reat g^ s^ss C TWO 834 Broad St., name across sidawalk TWO
) STORES 722 Broad St., opposite Monument STORES
What la doing on In That Town
KiJgefleli*. 8. C Dec. Mr* M C.
Duller end daughter, Misa Marie, will 1
I leave E<iv;efleld irmorrow with the ]
I General for Cuba, where they will |
aperd a mnntb before returning
Miaa Lucy Doughty, who baa been
a welcome visitor at Oakley Bark, will
return to Augusta on Friday, much to
the regret of her friend*
Judge E. Uary and Mr. W. G. Ev-„
ana have gone to ISaluda to attend
court this week.
Capt. Richard lAin. who baa been
.may for a week or two in order to re
cuperate after a alight attack of pneu
monia, resumed hi* duties at the S. C.
Ct I. laid week.
Mra. W. H. Hill spent Tuesday In
Augcata (king Chrlatmas shopping.
The Rev. W. R. Anderson I* In Au
gusta and while there will buy a new
dealer with which to make the Episco
pal cbutch more comfortable during
t.heae cold days.
Prof. F. N. K. Bailey will cloae bis
school on Wednesday before Christ
mas. the pupils all going home or with
friends, while Mr. Bailey and family
■vlll spend the holidays of two weeks
wit v relative# i» Alabama.
Miss Primrose, art and elocution
teacher at the Institute will board at
Mrs. W. H. Hill’s during Christmas
The entertainment given by the
Methodist ladies some days age netted
quite a neat little sum for the benefit
of tjae-ir church.
Mr. Thomas Adams sustained a very
slight attack of paralysis on Monday
last, but has recovered to the extent of
being able to go out.
Mrs. George Beth Butler leaves next
Wedresday for Atlanta to soend about
-wo months with her daughters. Mrs.
James W. Thompson.
It is with great pleasure that Mr.
R. Durisol's friends meet, him tmon
ihe streets once. more. The good man
has been very feeble for many months,
but Is now greatly improved.
Already the little ones are excited
over the prospective Christmas trees,
the festive firecrackers end the long
two weeks’ vacation that they are to
Mrs. C. H. Fisher will entertain a
few 1 - ''’ends on tbe evening of the 9UI
in honcr of her husband’s birthday.
Those Invited arc Miss Lucy Doughty,
of Augusta: Miss Mary Hvans, Judge
Ernest Gary, Hon. G. Evans and oth
MANY A LOVER
Has turueU/with disgust from an other- i
wise lovable sirl with an offensive
breath. Karl’s Clover Root Ten purifies
the breath by its action on the bowels,
etc., as nothing else will. Sold for years ;
uu übnolu;* guarantee Price 25 ets.
and 5V CIS Sold by—Rstallar*, T \
Biixion. And*rson's Prog 3tor* Ajex
and we Drug Store, TTsst End Phar
m*iey. The King Pharmacy: Wbole?al-■
ci»i Davenport A Phlnixy.
Ladlos' fino Dongota hand wait button
shoos, fioNiblo o*t#ns«on *oios. Thosa
shoos or* regular 93 vaiuos. but wo
mtond to lot tnom go at abov* figure.
Fnr abov# orico wo will so*l you th* bast
Ladles* kid button or laeo shoo, patont
Up or tip %mrrm. that is sold any whor*
Has much “got-up" and stylo as any
snoo sold in this city for §2.
We have an odd lot nf Misses' Spring
heel button shoos, potent tip & plain
toos. all prpuiar makos. No shoo in
tho lot soils for loss than $ 1.75. Sizes
12 to I. Will close out at above figure
Misses' Fpring heel Dontrola kid shoes,
patont tips, sell regularly for SI .50.
and are good values at that- Will close
them out at above figure.
| R. Bailey of Waupeca. W!«.. la at the
W. K. Dawson of Winaton I# at the
J. D. Smith of Cincinnati la at the
B. li. Goldhng nf Atlanta I* at the.
E. H. Wilson or Port Royal la at the:
Saa» Fox of Baltimore is at the Com- j
Edgar Jones of Baltimore I* at the ,
H. S. Wilcox of Chicago Is at the j
D. F. Hoover of Atlanta la at the
C. K. Ober of Baltimore- i* at the
H. A. Bason of Charlotte la .at the
J. 1.. Courtney of Aiken Is at Ihe
W. L. Glover of Charleston Is at the |
Philip Market of Edgefield is at the
P. A. Rhodes of Philadelphia is at
C. D. Brhwn of Chattanooga Is at
Theo. Holm of Litchfield. Mass., is at
A. H. Masbbtirn of Charlotte is at
Sam Buggins of Pennsylvania is at
John Simmons of C.a.. Is
at the Planters. 1
Jonh L. Manny of New Orleans Is
at the Arlington.
J. W. Jaekson of Providence. R. 1..
is at the Planters.
Judge H. D. D. Twiggs of Savannah
is at the Planters.
Macon Wurthcn of Wart hen. Ga.. is
at the Commercial.
Jos. H. Thompson of Rochester. N.
Y.. is at the Arlington.
Messrs. T. N. Pitcher and G. B.
Mascomber of Boston are at the Ar
Messrs. John Menko and A. K.
Johnson, ’of New York, are at the
Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Mattes of
Scranton, Penn., are registered at the
Messrs. A. J. M. Phillips. Alex
Stewart, W. C. Gilbert and E. B. Sib
of New York are registered at the Ar
Great comedy, great company—What
Happened to Jonrs— tomorrow. mnUnce
How tho wind blows. Keep out the
Cold. Save fuel, temper and doctors’
' bills. Don’t let your next-door neigh
bor hear you swear. From 3to 8 cents
This !s dona by using WEATHER
STRIPS For sale by Augusta Mantel
a* Supply Co. 921 Broad
; What happened to Jones? Go to up- j
i. ia House tomorrow and see.
Uniforms Made to Order
v Army Gloves
Underwear For Soldiers
‘-Black Suspenders >
And everything for
conceded to be as fine as to
done anywhere, and for that rea
son we solicit your ordera for
.to. The very latest and most
correct styles assured. Orders ex
ecuted in 24 hours If necessary.
The Kwellest correspondence pa
per in the south.
'Dunbar & Williams,
821 Broad Street, Augusta, Cia.
The woman who makes her husband
a present of a cuckoo clock for the sit
ting room mantel would probably go
home to her mother if he guve her a
new ahaving aland.
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What happened to Jones? Go to Op
era House tomorrow and see.
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