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illl'flae# for raoaUa.
*!",* fl'y father# of Ih* Iron CM?
. '.<• voted Ken It.st the "Greater tltr-
Jagbam" plan of ronaolldatlok.
f’Hirggo's mayor la ih* aoa of kla
rather. How would Ik* aAtwiff of
at retch,ng hemp round In th* South?
R H. Alger, Jr., ha* been aeriously
hurl In going Aown a toboggan alid* In
Canada, th* old man la on the name
road In Washington.
K la not surprising that Spain abmild
a«*k to dlapoa* of her Canaria* after
having traoaactail a little bualnaaa
with tha American eagle.
Mam! Muller, on a atimmer’a day.
Raked the meadow aweet with hay:
Now Mad Mullah of the Swat.
Rakes him In the Khan nirs pot.
"Amid the shouts, yells, curse*, and
execrations" of the people, the plates
liearn* the name Weyler street In Ha
vana were burned down as soon a*
Blanco had sailed for Spain.
Ex-Gov. Thomas G. Jones, of Ala
bama. who bore one of the flags of
truce at Appomnttos, was the orator on
the unveiling of the Confederate mon
ument at Montgomery Wednesday.
It took twice as long a* usual to
properly raumthlfy Alfonso . XII.,
twelve years Instead of six. While In
life Alfonse might have been rather n
gay boy, he certainly wasn't a tough
"Miss Helm Gould la receiving about
three hundred letters a day. mostly
from soldiers." We wonder whether
the larger proportion are prompted by
the kindly heart or the plethoric
One good result of the feminine use
of the b'cycle Is that now the women
near Rhot* that drees the foot without
squeezing them, and the aforesaid ex
tremities "look like feet and not tooth
The ladles of Macon are very much
surprised that their prayers did not
uj«i Georgia to the prohibition cause.
1 pimps the l.ord knew better than
il:cy did \vhßt was good for Georgia.
r%d blessed them unawares. —Tlmca-
pn.vH Henrt Rochefort, that Nestor of
French journalism: "The Republicans
of France rejoice with the Americans
In the freeing of Cuba and the Philip
pines from the Intolerable yoke of
Spain. The war was not one of con
quest but for th« liberation of men
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j ma»" la another story for children.
Thera la alao for the children a poeua
j • 'Tommy a Cbr.attnaa rancy." by K.
! K. Hunkltlrtck All of th*a* are beau
j ufully liluntraled
Thar* la a rtwtarkahl# arilcl* ok
I Mod*tn Warfare la tomorrow a Her
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I'retcd Mayor ky Oo* Vot*
How Pokier Hlodgett beat Bob Mae
for Mayor by one vote la an Interaat
ing atory In Tb* llerald tomorrow In
, view of Mr. KllioU'a done abnee for
New epaper* of flanila
A friend of The Herald aende from
! Manila a copy of a paper printed there
i and The llerald baa alao been **n! a
Porto Klcan paper. There la a gtory
! aimnt thf-m that la Interesting.
Th* Sunday Herald receive# th* full
i Sunday »#rrle« of th* Aapoeiated
! pri «*. Th* Sunday Herald rovers
I Georgia newa with apeclnl telegram*.
The Sunday Herald rover* ihe 10. »l
news thoroughly and In *n •ttmrtlv*
. manner. There t* n atory ahmit a
beautiful room In an Augusta home.
The sunday Herald.
The 9und*y Herald coats three rent*
acopy: len cent* a month; one dollar a
NFORO OTIICULS 111 THE SOOTH.
We all remem her the rendition of af
fairs In Augusta prior to the Domina
tion by the president of the present In
cumbent of tb* portmasteishlp. It was
thought that the now Registrar of the
United States Treasury might be ap
He had stood high In the council* of
the republican party and should he re
warded. Benntor Hanna, so It was
said, was in favor of making him
postmaster In Augusta. But after
months of waiting and speculation, an
other republican was named for the
utflic and we all aald the president had
At the present time, with McKinley
making preparations to visit Booker
Washington and his school at Tuske
gee, while on his southern trip, the re
collection of the tu-cne at the white
begtse is brought up. when, in inform
ing Judson Lyons that a better posi
tion than the Augusta postwasteeship
would bo found for hint, the president
passed his arm through that of the
national committeeman and assured
hint of his respect and esteem. These
thoughts come to mind as the presi
dent Is about to make closer inspec
tion of the habitat of the colored bro
ther, and we trust that besides a short
respite from the caves of state, besides
a relnvigoratlng and refreshed physi
cal condition wherewith to resume his
cares and duties upon the return to
Washington, that he will have thor
oughly Impressed upon his mind the
wisdom, yes, the necessity, of naming
only white men for the responsible
federal office# in the south. Aud we
believe the situation Is becoming clear
er to the northern tnlnd. and to the
northern press—save perhaps The
Springfield Republican and papers of
that class in this respect. A glance
at the utterances of the northern pa
pers shows that they appreciate the
situation far better than they ever did
before: and there are not a few who
warn the president not to be led hv
political agitators into the mistake of
XBE AUGUSTS H333RALD
With tk* arm «f tk* atrUf* aamtry.
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•inn Mr tM# IkMfTllt - “Whmr* 4*4
j Prawrir m ptara tha Rape#*" and from
,tba pamph'H of tha Right Rev. C. f.
It «rwt over 9tA.gM.twa.tWS asd a all-
At last h* aland amid a land am
' Half jiirtmilfil Vllf *. . S m h
wtdwwa* wr«4a and nrphaaa' aoka a
nnwUlik4 frfr mjm c i <**9l pfjui) Udl
and pottttral right# with the white
man ta ths hswl. Joy and sorrow of
these 1 iaie* few stopped to rand the
verdict history had writ ten for all Ilka
•apartment? tmraed men Ml an thn>
the anlvemnl tentlmony of history .a
that «owbars, at any time has a ■>a
aant of a weaker rare haan left free to
atruggla for aalateara la the mlda’ of
a atrorger taa and aarrlvad th* ttrog
gle. Moor and Spaniard. Carthaglaiaa
and Roman, testify to this troth. Pur
'tan and Cavalier crushed ont tha In
dian. Would the negro prove the drat
eyreptlon* Would he could he— live?
Th# saawer to this fearfnt queatlnn.
Involving the rruahing out of 7.400.000
soul* with their deaeeadants. as well
as placing their blood oa our skirts be*
aide that of the exterm'nated Indian,
is wr*"pen in another, namely: Are
we more Christ-llky than we wrra?
Are those who are wise more reedy to
arch and to aave that which I* Inat?
Are we more like the good Samaritan,
who waa great, and wise enough to
atop, bind up. aoothe. remove to a
place of safety, watch with, and pray
for the helpless humanity In hla road?
Or, are w» still content to be priest
and Levlt*. satisfied with olßre. temple
and ordinance, to which we eagerly
press, regardless of the human sorrow
in the way?
Tomorrow's Sunday Herald will be
aa bright, newsy ami complatc a paper
n» well directed euergy. Intelligent ef
fort and clean IlnesH of purpose can
It will have the happenings of the
world; the news from Paris and New
York; the news of the south, of Geor
gia and of Augusta. It will have the
latest in literature and fashions, be
sides Interesting and attractive special
It will coat you but three cent* and
it Is worth It.
Be sure to get the whole sixteen pa
ges and then order it for the com
Maj. Gen. James . Wilson first vis
ited Columbus thirty-three years ago
aa a Federal cavalryman. Yesterday
he returned to the town on the Chatta
hoochee ns the commander of the Ftrst
nrmy corps on an Inspecting tour.
• Farewell the cut-rate ticket; farewell
the familiar rebate check; farewell the
sweet excursion slip! farewell the *'un
explred mileage book," a long farewell
—the House has passed the anti-scalp
“At least one state has n beautiful
nnd appropriate Confederate monu
ment." —Age-Herald. Ami there are
Alone—Alone? Held closely ~ln love's
With wee head nestled warm on mo
And mother's eye to guard—but yet in
Wandering to lands her feet have
never pressed— Alone.
Alone—Alone? A lover’s lips are press
Kisses on mouth and brow and hap
While heart beats quick response to his
Yet souls touch not—but go in mute
Alone—Alone? Held closely in love's
The hands of friends and kindred
clasp our own
And voices call unconscious of their
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require fprltlMtor tnansfif * to ft*
lam *»#!*•> e«trs for taxation In the
< tint v tn which they aft taken. It la
knpMl that the M* will pans by »S
overt, brlmlua vote.
Quitmsn Free Prre* The Macen
Telegraph is on track of ike tax dodger
and t* going at full ny. That tt n«v
succeeded in catching him and bringing
him to account Is the wish <*f evtrrv
good rttlsrn of the slat*. The lax
dodger ta a burden on the taxpayer.
The Telegraph la rrpubUnhlng a ssrtrs
of article* proving that there la a great
deal of dodging done In the state.
In their salutatory Messrs. M L.
(lurch and Edgar T. Gentry, the new
editors and publishers of the Eastman
Times-Journal, promise their friends
that the high standard of that paper,
shall be kept up. The gentlemen are!
not stranger in the sanctum of the
Ttmes-Joumal. Moth of them have be- (
fore been connoted with Ita manage
ment, and they played conald Table
part In making the paper on of the
most Interesting and most Influential
weeklies In Georgia.
The Baltimore Hun thus comments
' on a recent effort of the Georgia legis
lature i "There was a warm light in
the Georgia house of representatives
Saturday over a bill cutting down the
salaries of the state railroad commis
sioners from |3 ,'ioo to |2 <IOO. Finally,
the "economists" won out, passing the
'majority. This seems like doubtful
economy. If the railroad comgtlsaion
Is worth maintaining at all. the Geor
gia legislature should allow Its mem
bers at least a living salary.
! Pays The Columbus Enquirer-Sun I
llf It had been the purpose of the
administration at Washington to con-,
. fuse 1 , befuddle and befog the currency
; reform question, the thing could not
have been more effectively accom
plished ihan has !>een done through
the conflicting recommendations tn the.
I reports of the comptroller of the cur
rency and the secretary of the treas
ury- The latter Is a Chicago hanker
and a strong man. The comptroller Is
a young Illinois politician, and It looks
ias If he thought It would be a good
thing to keep the currency question
open and unsettled, for political pur
Moultrie Observer! Naval stores men
are being daily bothered and damaged
by sharks who are acting as gents for
public works In Florida and other;
I slates, and are quietly slipping out j
\ hands for them. Since a good many
I negroes are hopelessly in debt to their,
| employers ,lt Isn’t a hard matter to In
duce them to leave, and It Is this class
ithat are being carried off mostly. One
I operator was heard to say that his bus
jiness had ls?en almost stopped by the
I demoralisation brought about by these
'agents. There Is a law against carry
ing laborers from one state to another,
and Its effectiveness will probably soon
be tested, ns one or more arrests of
agents have recently been made.
Cordele Sentinel: A fetv days ago
Thomasvllle vicinity was confronted
with the problem of an over-production
In syrup. Their railroads were asked to
reduce the rate of freight on syrup so
that It might be marketed In cities at
a distance. The rate was granted, and
as a result thousands of dollars’ worth
of syrup is being shipped from there
at good profits. This points to a lesson.
If a market can lie found for Georgia
syrup, Georgia farma|s can become
rich raising it. The duality of our
syrup is equal to that of any on the
markets, What Is nfwded Is that It
be graded. Introduced In the markets
and a freight rate secured for it. The
maple syrtip Is not superior to Georgia
syrup, and yet it serfs for twice as
much, because It Is known in the mar
kets, and is put there in marketable
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Nothing aa* said la the aaessag?
about John Sbernraa and th* Ob .a
Heed Mow* In.
Del roll Tribune,
The second mtisa of the Thomas.
Brackett Reed began la Washington
No Doubt an Inadvertent#
A careful inepcetlss of the document
falte to disclose the allgbteal reference
to Hon. Hugh Hanna.
Aa WeM as Sultry.
Admiral Sampson can go the late
Gen. Sherman one better. Th# admi
ral find* that war la also profitable.
; Nashville American.
It 1* not aurpriaing that Sampson
continues In a belligerent mood. He !
didn't get satisfaction In the late war
with Spain. ,
That Tay be Interred.
Wtthout saying ao. th# preatdent'a
menage Indicate* pretty clearly that
the Philippine* have captured the Uni
Would Peel No W oa.
; fJutErte Leader.
Mr. McKinley would shed no tears if i
• the republican* ahould seat Thos. B.
Reed among the member* of the floor j
after March 4.
The ob-tlnate Public.
! Washington Post.
The magazine writers are doing |
some very Intricate explaining, but the;
public will believe that Schley was;
there and that Shatter got there.
Must Break It Gently.
St. Loula Globe-Democrat.
It i» probable that the common peo- j
! pie of Spain will be kept In ignorance
ror some time yet of the graceful man-!
ner in which the peace commissioners
. of that country yielded to the demands
! of the United States. This Is the kind
; of news that must be broken gently in
Madrid as an educational protection to
, Spanish honor.
Children deprived of fats
and mineral foods have
weak hones, flabby flesh and
thin watery blood.
The milk of nursing
mothers, enfeebled by chron
ic diseases, or long contin
ued nursing, produces the
Scott’s Emulsion is cod
liver oil partly digested and
with the hypophosphites,
forms a fat food which acts
| on the infant through the
j mother’s milk, giving rich
blood, strong nerves and
sound flesh and bones to both.
50c. and ?! 00, *ll druggists.
"SCOTT & BQWNC, Clwmht*, New Verb.
Military CUFF BUTTONS
Uniforms to Order
Overcoats to Order
718 BROADWAY 718
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Farm of thirty acres just
Dwellings, stores and
ffices in all sections of the
Several of J. B. White’s
new Broad street houses
are still unrented. Special
prices will be made to de
John W. Dickey
1 A 2 Library Building.
MUIUfIL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
Aleolutcly liKMitntiiMr Polh-lc* Pr»m
TtHtc of Issue.
Largest DlTtilcnils - - - - Lowest Premiums
Solicitors Wanted; call or write.
H. H. STEINBK, Special Agent,
416 Dyer Building.
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nisi Goods, oil new no*
veittes and low prices.
L i. Garoelle, Druggist.
PROF. P. M. WHITMAN,
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F W SCOFIELD. PRESIDENT
Ml I'tonß -Id Msfii* 3A
We sell Eastman’s Kodaks
and all size FILMS. Call
and see how cheap we can
supply your wants.
We have a full stock of
latest styles of Stationery.
All goods finest made.
Ricbarils & Stor,
827 Broad St., City.
Pstine, Murphy & Co.
COM MISSION MKKCHANTS.
803 Feiaolds St— uleglois.^w'.iv
im.iv Lessee W ire* i ireci to New York
Chicago and New Orleans.
Order* executed over our wire# foe
Cotton. Stock*. Bonds, Grain and Pro.
visions for rash or on margin*. Local
»*tunties bought and sold. Refere-cer
—National Exchange Bank of
or Mercantile Agencies.
FOK S ALE.
Numlver 22 Telfair street—Four roera
house —Lot 40x150 feet.
Ten acres of land on the Pand Hllla.
near Hotel Bon-Air. Dwelling of 12
room*, stable, barn and servant house.
Will sell at a sacrifice.
Three small houses and lots on Sand
Hills. Will sell separately or all. at a
87 Acres of land near Wrlghtsbom
road,, one mile above city's new water
50 acres of land near MllledgevlUe
road, seven miles from court house.
Clarence E. Clark
832 Broad Street.
g#r- 1 beg to notify my friends and
customers that I have add d another chair
to my Barber Shop, makiDg *ix firsl-cla»s
Barbers, and I hope to accommodate iny
customers without waiting
hot and cold baths.
COME EARLY and OFTEN TO
Hickey’s Barber Shop
212 JT 214 Eighth St.,
OPPOSITE ARLINGTON HOTEL.