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For LaCrippe and Influ
enza us** CHENLY’S EX
A tfrktlfth ArM#)#— *h# pr»ftd#r |r»uff.
■ Sill 1!
We would advise
our friends and cus
turners to make theii
selections as early as
possible. We will
take pleasere in
assisting you in any
way we can.
YOU WILL ' !
FIND AS USUAL
COMPLETE AND ,
PROMPT AND I
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ut<i*k •> -,|| and will h* imp ui ta
, HaaklMViiif tictfltt for Intwmrni
i I‘rival# r«unt»n> «a« from »fft«fctiia-
Th* remain* of Prlvat* Herman Wil
led of ntmpmnf C. Rtsth MlinmhiH. whft
,, n ip* brought Into th*
!iUy i««t night from the hoftpltal oi th«
|»« vrnth armv r-rpa Ho MU hurW4
hU morning At Laurrl flrnrr r#m#t#ry.
Th# rhAplain of the regiment ..ffh-ut-l
L, the funeral and th# rent mental hand
A REMKDT fnr Naaal ratarrh
In drying and eintlng to th# <lf*#A»«4
membrane ahould not ba ua#d- What la
nestled |i that arfclrh la rlpnatn*,
aoothina proitrtlnf and h#«allng. Hu< h
a tvmady la Ely’a Oram Balm. To teat
It a trial •*«# for 10 ctnta or th# !ar«#
for M renta la mailed *»Y Kb’ Brothers,
*4 Warren atreet. Nrr Tork. Druwlita
keep H- The Balm when placed Into the
nostril*, spread* over the membrane
and t* a»«orb«'d. A cold In th# head
J vanishes qul< kly.
SOLDIER’S BOLD ACT
Member nl Maine Artillery In Serious
j Savanah. Ca., Dec. 9—Private J.
HJ, Moore. o f liattery A. first
: Maine artillery, haa gotten himself
, Into serious trouble. Moore attempted
Ito embrace a lady on the
turner of Holton and Hast Broad
streets last evening. Mr. W. W. Os
j borne was along and he attempted to
punish the soldier, whereupon Moore
.struck at Mr. Osborne. Patrolman
I IJnehan was summoned and placed
i Moore under arrest and sent him >o
■ the barracks Moore stated this
•morning that he had been drinking. Mr
|Osborne signed a warrant charging the
i man with assault and battery this
] mu>ning. The case will be called In
. the city, court for trial.
Vour flood Sense.
Will put your dollars on the right
buying track, and lt Is such prices as
I the Rice & O’Connor Shoe Co. name
I that crowd their two stores. They win
trade and hold It because they stick to
the plain truth In the store and in
their advertisements. Their buyer has
returned! from the Eastern marketß
and was enabled to buy many job lots
at very low flgrues. His purchases of
shoes and bat* are now in stock and
we strongly advise our readers to read
their advertisement on page of this
< paper and give them a call when In
want of shoes and hats.
Respite for Small.
Savannah. Oa., Dec. 9.—The hang
man will not get Abe Small to
day. The thrice convicted mur
dr ier of Policeman Jansen C. N’eve has
again escaped the gallows. This time
; he Is not favored by an error of the
court upon a charge to the Jury, but is
the fortunate recipient of executive
! clemency. He has been respited until
January 13 by Gov. Candler. The news
to." the 11 pit'? came in a telegram
| to Small’s attorneys, Messrs. George A.
Mercer, Jr., and T. P. Ravenel. It was
el.ort, but brought good news, to the
attorneys and to the man who was to
pay the penalty of death for the taking
of human life. This Is It:
"Atlanta, Ga. Dec. 119*.— Messrs.
George A. Mercer and T. P. Ravenel:
Snail respited until January IS that I
|mar- have time to Investigate the case.
V n. f'ANDT.ER Governor."
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arm in arm
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bad here* Mt ye.rs I lived here, and I
| would so willingly live »b«w> years
I over again. Icena and I were J«*t
! talking over tboto day* together. Bba
|ls to be married here neat week the
' f| r ,i br.de of the borne " "Tea.” replied
the blue eyed bride-to-be. '’thla home
is ■ God-nerd.” and returned the affec
tionate embrace of her brown eyed
Thle little scene between Iboee two
1 orphan* spoke volumes for their h -us
I had finished the round* of the
I great building. Impressed with Its or
der and completeness, when Mr. Honn,
i the of the home, sbow
!ed me Into the chapel where are
j conducted tbs religious services -then
1 parsed on to the smiiHement hall,
| which In a veritable little theatre.
“Every Friday night we arrange some
(entertainment here for the children
he said, “for I want to give th happy
side of Ilf" as much aa possible. I
wsnt them to look back upon their
childhood days with pleasum-a* some
of us cannot.”
Mr. Bonn explained that all of the
children attend the public schools, but
that Hebrew, music, typewriting,
dressmaking and religious Instruction
i dfo received In the home. Some of
the light domestic work Is also atten
ded to by the children, but when 1
asked If they assisted In the drudgery,
he quickly replied. “No—any one ran
do that; my desire Is. to educate them
for higher thing*. Why should a child,
simply because it la the child of an in
stitution, lx* compelled to drudge?
These children are not unlike other
children In disposition, desire or am
bition, and It is my object to allow
them to exe-clse their childish natures
—give them freedom and comfort—
teach them the better things of life,
and make this place In reality a
He explained that the thouand dol
lars per month expended on the Insti
tution Is donated by the B’ne B’rlth
order, and the Hebrews of Atlanta, un
der the direction of a board of mana
gers, of which Hon Joseph Hlrsch is
chairman, Fred Se.hlff eeerctary. Aaron
Haas treasurer, with Mr. Bonn super
intendent and Mrs. Simon matron.
”1 am a great admirer of matter of
fact.” said Mr. Bonn, “and most Insti
tutions, when written up. are perfect.”
While the force of that remark is ap
preciated, yet he should be congratula
ted on his unique system of manage
ment, and its splendid success. As I
went ou(. that horrible depression
which follows one after a visit, to a
charitable institution, was not with
roe. I glanced back at the Imposing
building, without doubt the handsom
est. public institution In the city, and
felt the influence of its healthy, hap
py personality, one that should receive
the earnest support of every Hebrew
In the city, and prove a strong object
lesson to others of its kind. There
was but one touch of sadness to my
Outide the entrance I met again Le
na O’Koousk, now Mrs. Harry Snider,
and her brown eyed friend, still talk
ing of the wedding. It was only a
street ear conversation with the latter,
yet it proved interesting. “I left the
home several years ago to work for
myself,” she said, in a sweet voice.
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roßinitiiiilury rrmarki vnt
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W MAT 1* SM LOW
A rrtnt »)! r#ttt#4jr fnr (’"Uih. Ooldi
| alVv* i«t hit kalf a r* usury. ha# #«r#J
* fd fttyef. If you ar* n**t #•*ißf»#u wiiri
. «x• a ll m »•> will r#fur»4 vour m«ot#y*
; Price # ct*.. M rt*. «nd *1 6* II Id by
I— Retailers. T. A. Iluxton. Aatotol
1 |(tug tttor*. Alexander* Drug store.
' Wrxt Rnd Pbarmscy. The King l*har
iuac->. ItetaUers, Davenport * I’btni-
THE} 51RIKII SIIL'ATION.
All Now Waiting the Coming of •
Cherries* Christma* five.
I Th*' ■ituatlon in the mill district Is
!becoming critical. Notice is posted In
Übr Enterprise sac tory to the 'fleet that
there will be a general shutdown on
* the 24th Inst. The operatives of the
jtujtubx mill wtue notified yestriday
ito the same effect. The West End op
erative* say this will have no bearing
on their esae; that they nr* out to
stay out until thev are restored, come
w hat will.
This is the whole situation and It
is indeed serious. One side is aa de
jtewniurd as thejOlher. and It is a
|question as to who hold* out the loug
*»t. Every Inch of ground will be
c nitrated bitterly. It la contended, if
'anything, acqprtling to Mr. Keel anil
Mr. Ivey, the action of the lower mills
has atrenglheard the operatives of the
King. Sibley anti Isaelta mills In their
j determination. They take this hh a
threat that tlic mill men mean to
starve them out. It Is a matter of re
. gret to some. It must be aaid, that af
fairs have taken this turn.
However, mill men from various
other places are securing the beat help.
Birmingham. Ala., will get a great
number. A new mill will start up
i there In a short time. The operatives
ore accepting all opportunities to leave
I town, and In all probability as many
a* 400 have already left.
The developments of the next few
days will he watched eagerly.
I’Hlns In the chest when a person has
a eolil Indicate a tendency toward pneu
monia. A piece of flannel dampened
with Otiamb#rlttin’H Vain Balm anu
hound on to theU.ho«t over the neat of
pain will promptly relieve the pain and
prevent the threatened attack of pneu
moniu. This snma treatment will cure a
lame buck In a few hours. Hold by Al
exander Drug and Heed Go., C. It. I arr
of Bell Tower DVug Co.
Fifty Years an Emperor.
Emperor Francis Joseph, upon th"
fiftieth anniversary of his accession to
the throne. Issued a general order to
the army thanking the soldiers for
their loyalty « n<i fearless valor throug
hout his reign and declaring that he
'will ever look upon the army as the
shield and protector of the throne and
Amnesty has also been granted to po
litical offenders In Hunsrai • and a
number of decorations have been gaz
All the newspapers, without any dls
dlnetion as to polities, publish articles
extolling the Austrian Emperor as the
guardian of European peace.
' o.— .I. Kind You Have Alwavs Bought
gtfiking the rich—the boxing profes
sor who has a millionaire for n nuolh
FINED SSO TODAY
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that r*lat#R t*» tk# of tk# liquor
• Htabil«ttn riit« rn eltKlHtfi day and otk*
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1 -*St '. Ht. No d#f«t#r In Intoslratlnn
1 ikinon or otH#r ft#r*on , ” r tk# Ritmt or
• mp’oy# of mw'h d*Rt#*r or otk#r ft#non
| shall sell nr furnish to any person
splrltous, vinous or fermented liquors,
**n fun day* or on Christmas or New j
Vest’s day or <>n city, state or county,
election days or between the hours of It
i si n|ght »nd one hour befora I
I sunrise or slier half P*st 11 o'clock on
i Hsturdsy. and all such dealer* shall (
jeh.ae their places of business st 111
o’clock p. m . except on geturdxy.when
fhey shall so cloto ml half paat 11
o'clock, and when not permitted to re
imaln open or *.-11, they shall not open
lor enter Ihrlr place of raininess, nor
I have or keep n)-n a door." etc.
j The curse of ovenvorked womankind
are quickly and surety cured by Karl’s
j Clover Root Ten. the great blood puri
fier snd tissue builder. Money refusd
,-d ts not aatlsfai tory. Price 28 ct*. and
'jo i ts. Hold by Reiallers. T. A. Bul
lion Anderson's Drug Htore. Alexand
ler’a Drug Htore. Wrgt End Pharmacy,
! The Kin* Pharmacy; Wholesalers,Dav
l.nport & Phinlxy.
Wicker & Pilcher
I The*» up lo date grocer* have an
'oiher announcement In today's paiier
Inf Interest to Housekeepers. A thor
-1 .nighty replenished stnek of fine fresh
j groceries, etc., for holiday trade Is now
'on hand. Their stqrk presents a very
tempting appearance. This, In connee
; tion with remarkably low prices. Is
■drawing the crowds. They also have a,
(fine new brand of cigar* "Royal
Lights"—manufactured expressly for
I them: an elegant smoke: It cannot fall;
(to recommend Itself Read their adver
tisement for yourself.
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
Bears the SI? , yJSrf
Fire at Hertlns.
Half of hi* store Is filled with Fur
nishings, Woollen Undershirts, Hocks,
etc., and the other half is filled with
the finest Woolens for Hulls, Trousers
and Over Coatings. These goods are
not burnt, but If you buy them they
would feel hs If you were on tire. 924
Broadway, opposite Planters' Hotel.
M.E. MACAULAY J. A. MULLARKY P-*—■- SULLIVAN
Macaulay & Co.
u avp 000 in Dry Goods —in fact, too much for this time of the
vlar The balance of the month will offer Bargains in every depart
ment. Nobody is in any better position to sell Dry so cheap.
We buy for cash and each member of tne firm are hustlers, i ne most
eompetentset of^6iTN CEM ENT— 10 cases of fine Japanese China
ware^puton sll£ today Our reputation in this line is invulnerable. In
an early inspection you are wise.
Macaulay & Co.
Boyi' Mmury Gif*
25 Cents : gfe'-
** Gwduroy iUu
r~ A . Boys* Hobarm Sfidort
50 Cents « Ham
Our Haa if car (or Boyt u not only kiyllth, but
best rrutcrials only Are used. Sites from 6to 7.
Ht HAS ENfHAIH
Akkfsu* W*A NtH Offer Fur Us
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thut Ai*l#rm«»i Hwlih will k#fqr*
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? ik# Htr fowl*
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©oors.Sash and Blinds
I | v Mill Work •
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION.
i J YELLOW PINE LUMBER
* | FACTORY AND SAW Mill EQUIPPEO WITH LATEST IMPROVEMENTS AND
■ I (lT ORGANIZATION THOROUGH .IN EVERY DEPARTMENT.
U ii-| FULL line in stock and prompt shipments assureo
,*■ —' PRICES. CATALOGUES ETC..UPON APPUCATION. mm —, I
Perkins ManufactTirihg Co Augusta.G*.
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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C. B. Allen
830 BROAD STREET.
I SELL THE OLD RELIABLE
Eieelsior Cook M
HEATING STOVES of All KINDS