PCPE LEO X I! INTERVIEWED
ST THE NEW YORK JOURNAL
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1b this room that the ps»p* for several
Vmr» of the day meditate* over tJ»«* j
book* that he p.efes and writ** hi* :
poema. for it ta known that Leo XIH j
ia one of the beat Latin achoiara of onr i
After I had knelt for an Instant be
fore him, the aoverelfn pontiff took
T>y hand and mnde me riae. I told
him The New York Journal was a pup- j
ular organ and that It would be happy j
to report to It* hundred* of thou*and*<
’ of readers the ear red word* of the ven-!
erabks Chief of the Catholic Church.'
Ler, XIII smiled and said to me that
all the children of the earth were the
child en of Cod. without any distinc
tion of nationality and of dogma; that
those who had gone astray would ro
turn to the right road, because truth
I* unique and will remain forever
eternal truth that reflecta the divine
"The United States.” continued the
pm-tlfT slowly, "is a g eat people, full
of strength and or will, but It Is neces
sary that It should know how to prove |
Itself generous alVaye to the weak, in j
order that its strength and !ta will
ir>* be a model of power and of vi-
KILLED 4a DUCKS
Big l uck of Ressrs. Keener and Kelly
on tlunii g Trip.
Mr. John BsU Keener and Mr. Ed
J. Kelly, tbe two well known gentls
rom wuo ars connected with thr
clerk's office of the superior court, went
duck bun>lng Saturday, and had phe
nomenal luck. They killed ferty-two
of the above variety of the feathered
tribe, and one of them was shown the
reporter. The duck shown wes a fat
one, and will grace Mr. Keener's table.
Where these gentlemen went they w.ll
not state, but it must be a bonanza for
Pains in the chest when a person has
a cold indicate a tendency toward pneu
monia. A niece of flannel dampened
v ith Chamberlain's Pain Balm and
bound on to the chest over the seat of
redn will promptly relieve the pain and
ri-event the threatened attack of pneu
monia. This same treatment will cure a
1-me back in a few hours. Sold by Al
exander Drug and Seed Co.. C. R. Parr
of Bell Tower Drust Co.
MR. GRIMES WAS MERE.
The Heaviest Pike Rider Made Augus
ta Another Visit.
Mr. Joe Grime*, the champion, Heavy
weight bicycle rider, was in the city
yesterday Mr. Grimes is about the
heaviest bicycle rider in the world,
weighing over 500 pounds
Beautiful line of Mahogany and Wal
nut Suits regarrthw "f r rollt f«r c«th
—Fleming A- Herbs.
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POPE LEO XIII.
m "And deign to permit me to say to
• yon, Holy Father, that tbe religion*
i order* have created In the Philippine
j Islands a certain agitation—” Leo
XIII filed upon m* his quick glance
end Interrupted me at one*. He
"I have deplored certain exaggera-
I lions, bnt thq state of mind and the
| excitable charaoter of those Insular
! countries had to be taken Into eonsld
-1 oration. Recommendations have been
I made; they will be 9|>dted, for their
object ia the humility and tbe good of
humanity. The religious, of whatever
order they may be, must have, above
all things, in the heart the Idea of God
—which ta the human, benevolent Idea.
That thought must guide them above
everything else. Their part here be
low is to soften the Ills that over-!
1 whelm men. It Is a holy mission which
they must not avoid, especially in
those far-off Islands where revolutions
are so terrible! —"
I There was a moment of silence.
I understood that the Interview was
at an end.
HE HUST PAV THE FREIGHT
The Emperor Rust Pay For His Jun
Berlin, Dec. 12.—The Voss'che-Zol
. • r.ng, recurr.ng to the question of the
! paj mert for .he emporor’s trip, says:
j "If the emperor, as king of Prussia,
expects the diet to reimburse him, he
| will meet with determined opposition,
!ss It Is one thing to spend a lot of
! your own money on a pleasure trip,
andquite another as to taxpayers foot
|ing the bills."
‘ As an outcome of these newspaper
the government seems to have
| abandoned Its intention of asking the
diet to pay the bills, and a semi-official
statement to that effect will be Issued.
S.nce tire emperor’s return from the
I Orient the measures taken to provide
.for his safety nave been much more
ttrlctly end comprehensively carried
' out. The Stedt-Schloss. at Potsdam,
which is now cc.upied by his majesty,
| was formerly open to the public so far
'as the cuter courts wereconcerned.
New there are double sentries at every
door, special permits are required to
pass, end tbe building itself is overrun
by scores of policemen and detectives.
Police Prefect Windham admits that
these precautions arc due to the recent
A caucus of the Centrists baa re
vived that the party will not Join the
| Agrtrian federation within the re.ch
stag, thus preventing an Agrarian ma
jority. The Centrists have determined
‘to make thelT parliamentary sci •on de
■ienrtent upon the tnwits of «ttoh Agrs
THU AUGUSTA HKHALD
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iffrir-*t* to* pro nkinrit, too. la
Ih* furnllur* nhi. h I* an o«< on tl.
ttal ihal which *44* ll* AlatinrUra ]
aa«l i barminr not* la tto ■> i*a*»m.".t
of ito flowor* At *n*-* lolrrP%l* ho«o|
loom* pot* to pinka an* «. rkninma
or* a«t out atone th* potato railuut. |
Th* Aigniip awl rutm of (Maa 4*oo- j
ration* and th* rhatm of th* aplur ar*
o*l4 10 hr quit* InArarrlMMO, W<* all
know too link a* pri In thM c*>uniry
ahoul piaata* or ahou' honr to par ihrtn
-prohahip hreauar wo know 46, lltll*
Bl.ni ahrf# and how Ihry AWM *•
hullt Thr .>oni poroto* to okr roun-1
try town* ar* a poor naktoth Ttoy,
t.ring thr family llfr ap»ot » thrm out I
tnp> thr vary r*» of Ihr puMlc. and
rim* thr puhltc can to ankd upon, j
and ttoy dmuroy the moat dratrabl# of;
all the prtflletra of • well ordrrrd «o- j
rial and domrutlc life—that of prraerr
la«r tto aanctliu* and tto privacy of
i :hr homa. .
j With a few more pood aaamplea like
Ihal art by Mr*. Brlmont. otir ptaiaa*
may In tlm* be made all that they
should he.—Harper * Haaar.
Re»po*»* to totter*.
Society nowaday* may he unconvon
ilopai. c*rele*». «l»l you will. In many
reaped*, but there are certain matter" I
of etiquette which are never neplected
by well bred people—poople to the man
One of the moat Important of there I*
to «ive letter*, note*. Invitation* an Im
To leave unanawered a letter, note or
Invitation I* to atamp oneaelf In indeli
ble color* a* underbred, or totally de
void of the fundamental principle*
which conatltute good form.
While we are aping Engllah cuitomu
and manner*, it might to a* l well to
adopt wme of Ihe beat of them and
to take a leaf out of an Engl!ah ladv’*
book, one of whoae drat dutlea In the
morning I* to anawer all letter* which
arrive by Ihe mall requiring immediate
Royalty acts the eaarople. The hum
bleat aubject of the realm who write*
to the queen or to any member of the
royal family, receive* hi* letter with
A Purely Vegetable Blood
Remedy is the Only
If the people generally knew the
true cause of Rheumatism, there
would be no such thing ns lini
ment* and lotions for this painful
and disabling disease. The fact is,
Rheumatism is a disordered state
of the blood—it can be reached,
therefore, only through the blood.
But all blood remedies, can not cure
Rheumatism, for it is an obstinate
disease, one which requires a real
blood remedy —something moro than
a mere tonic. Swift’s Specific is
the only real blood remedy, and it
promptly goes to the very bottom
of even the most obstinate case.
A few rear- ago I was taken with in
flammatory Rheumatism, which,though
mild at first, became gradually so in
tense that I was for weeks unable to
walk. I tried several prominent physi
cians and took their treatment faith
full?, but was unable to get the slightest
-cliaf In fact my condition seemed to
-row worse, the pains spread over my
Entire body, and from November to
March I suffered agony. I tried, many
latent medicines, but noneTSlieved me.
Upon the advice of a friend I decided to
try 8. S. S. Before allowing me to take
it. however, my guardian, who was *,
-hamist, analysed the remedy ■ and pro- i
nouneed 'l free of potash or mercury
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tto lkraal A Wat rtola to* wto b
torn* a *f4A eta** »• w*w* mrmm4 ito
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like a p#ak#4 rap ta fraat, ank a
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ftoto a hkfc to at • a di.phoamta veil «f
a Mia ftlatr#4 with p>M. ramptotaa tto
aA4 . .tuiwa,
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farm awa la to#p atrp auk a rompan
toa allh <kk» otat te walking, tl may
M bad fatal I • town Me* Nil W ear*
*iai> to aßMfomf.'rtnbi.. am to do *>,
The thing la do la to break alep and
walk a.th a i«ag. • ataglng alrtAe. Oalv
peraoaa with go d airoo* n#rva#
ahould adept Ihi* fad.
Nothing ta m<>i# imtatlag la tka •»•
crag# man or woman than io walk with
.-nr wh<> lanetantly loaea alep. It rial
«* a lark of harmony ll m»kr a man
I eel llln nalng words to never lcarar.l
In dunday arhnol. andyae for a woman
l: art* tor nan<* on ed-r, and evert
iKtdr knnara ho* t hat age. te tor
A Heaalllul I etUra
Major Wither* permU* TV Heiald to
print the following beautiful letter re
ceived by him while he waa out of th
en r aome llmd ago The letter tajtn Ihe
author’* altrartlve handwrlilng:
The Oeiard. W. «th SHeqt
j Cart. C. A. Wither*. Captain Com
manding. and I. C. M lb rmon. S*< •
rnary—Oentlemen. Acceirt lor your
reive* and rmir ramp my ihnnka for
I the resolution* which you have pato#<l
I In honor of my daughter and aympathy
That you have appreciated her noble
life and knew tor transcendent vir
tu-a, I* a Joy «> me. if any joy e*cept
'the hope of meeting hes again can now
com* Into my broken life.
She waa Ihe cryatail*«H«n of* many
forceful, tender and noble memortea lo
you. She waa to me the loving com
panion and bright hope of a stormy
i Th»t you have reallaed my de*ul»llon
and *o eloquently e* preened your
sympathy, will never to- forgotten,
A Hcral tribute would have withered
upon her grave, but this testimonial 1
will aend to Richmond museum. It will
be placed with the company and regi
mental badge* bestowed by Confeder
ate soldier* all over our country.
Gratefully, ahd affectionately, your*,
VARIKA JKFFKIIBON DAVIS,
betoher 23. 11»R. 1
Mr. and Mrs George Ijimar Oliver
have issued card to the marriage of
their daughter, Marie Doulse, to Mr.
Hugh Ward Pendleton, of Chattanooga,
the marriage occurring Thursday De
cember !2d, at 3 p. in., at St. Paul's
rhurch. Mr. and Mr*. Pendleton will
be at home after January 1 at 2:30, Oak
street. Chattanooga, Tenn.
I fslt *o much better after taking tw
bottles, that I continued the remedy,
and in two months I was c ired com
pletely. The cure was permanent, for
I have never since had a touch ol
Rheumatism, though many time
exposed to damp and cold weather.
3711 Powelton Avenue, Philadelphia.
Those who have had experience
with Rheumatism know that it
becomes more severe each year,
and like all Other blood diseases,
the doctors are totally unable to
feure it. In fact,
the only remedies
which they pre
scribe are potitsh
and mercury, and
relief may result,
these remedies pro
duce a stiffness of
joints and only in
tensify the disease.
rs. S. S. never disappoints, for ii
is made to cure these deep-rooted
diseases which are beyond th*
reach of all other remedies. It
cures permanently Rheumatism
and all otliejt blood diseases. I
is the only blood remedy guar
Books mailed free by Swm
flyierifie Cofbpany, Atlanta, (*H.
Ttniis Hi List EgfaEl
Dull >rtt»un» Ar* «n unknown Muantliy «l Wk«A O'Connor •$««»»**
W« don't aMow torrwmutotioot of food* «N»« mult btojcarrttod ovw from ••m*ur *«
ktotoooo PfAAtont fvtitOf tto btotttor Ihun futwro *OtoA. Wto tonoly IN» «W« w*
do to* moAi 0000 both for you «nd for w*. THoro’* • nato#«»f ctof>t aioc* a* m*
houko ttHiay «t»r*#r tood toiur klock tbtoo tovor to*'or* Hut « »»o •• *WV
nru *i it wain'! hputhi oo >ont limi oAym«nt4, nor ti It ih# r#*u lof
•tmoutktafMiSuon. l*.,v dsi«c. worm of «000. on tho nape »«•
boJthl for • pot (Aah und houyhi from pto«f»*to who wanted tho mon*y booty
•no*** to P*y • *ood prorruum to OUpOAto of iho»r yoodto. Wy «iv« *«•* u*'*»i ( lo
you-tflvw it to you in Itorywr puooliUtoto tod«y thon totftor b#fo,p r *
•nqiou* to e'toton uo th# ktoett btoforto IHA boHday trotte tto ov#r. Comto «nd t«lco
“dvantAMto of to* b»*««kt And »>•*< bArytoiOA ibAt w#r* tovtor ptoctod btofor* you in
any houto In Au«uat a.
Mon’* Tton bo* ca'l. coif I ntod »hoo«.
htoovy too!#* ond up-to-doto t»w
k>nd othor d*oAn atk you §3.00 for.
Tb« abovo ta our ptic*.
Man's dark Ton coif MnoclShOto* for
obovo figure. This toho* Is mads of
fin* bo* calf and v*ry atyliah. Hand
Stownd and cootidtortod cheap •»
You know what othar danter* ask you
for o nice hand stowad Tan willow calf
•ho*. "Coif styla." mada
fecnonaa a»hooc*nbr. $6 is thair
price, th# above Is our figure.
We can giva you for above fituro th©
bost Youths’ spring h©«l sho« on
•orth- Don't fall to try ono rof thorn.
They make your sho© bill just half.
pXTI Rice & O’Connor Shoe Co.
J reat ßusiness J TWO 834 Broad St., name across sidewalk TWO
Vb/N-A STORES 722 Broad St., opposite Monument STORES
The announcement of the coming
nuptials of Mr. Edward Wiley to Mies
Maiy Lou Lanier, which will take place
on the Mth last., ha* been made.
Th* marriage will occur In Spa fa. of
which place both contracting parties
are residents. They are well known In
Augusta, and have relatives In this
Friends will extend congratulations.
Daughters of American Revolution
The meeting of the Daughters of the
American Revolution to be held this
afternoon at Ihe home of the regent.
S|rs. James Moore, will open promptly
Musical and Recital
This evening at six o'clock some of
the ladles of the First Baptist church
will compliment the soldiers of Camp
Mackcnsle with a recital and musical
at the Y. M. C. A. tent.
The regular monthly meeting of the
King's Daughter* will he held tomor
row, Tuesday, Instead of Wednesday,
aftenoon at 4 'clock, at te residence of
Mrs. C. A. Rowland.
A pretty story comes from Washing
ton concerning the delivering to Pres
ident McKinley the Invitation to visit
Miss Mary Wilson, daughter of Col.
Edgar S. Wilson, was selected by the
committee of gentlemen to present the
Invitation and went for that purpose
from Richmond, Va., where she Is at
tending school at the Woman's Col
lege. She went with the committee to
the white house, and after the introduc
tion by Senator Bacon she gracefully
made the presentation. President Mc-
Kinley took the Invitation, saying: ''lt
gives me very great pleasure, I ussure
you, -to receive this from your fair
hands." Miss Maty Wilson is one of
the most attractive young girls In Ma
con, and could fittingly represent this
city upon this interesting occasion.—
Mrs, Wilson Is a granddaughter of
Mr. and Mrs. William T. Richards,
of this city, and a sister of Mis Mat
tie Wilson, who is at nvesent one o'
Augusta’s most admired visitors.
Rev. Dr. C. C. Williams, teetor ■>.
St. Paul's church, has gone to Mobile
He will return in a few days, accom
panied by Mrs, Williams.
Mrs. William Auchenbreck Campbell
is expected shortly as the guest of her
mother. Mrs. Dunbar and her sister.
Mrs. Robert Fleming.
Mr*. Ellen Hill and children of
Nashua, N. J.. will fipend the holidays
with the family of Mr. T. H. Stafford.
Mrs. Haralson Bleckley of Atlanta is
expected the latter part-of tills week as.
the guest of .Mrs C. A. Doolittle
Alisa Margaret Jordan will Jaavc to
morrow for Atlanta, where she Will be
the guest of Mrs, Patillo,
Mrs Wallace Barnet and children
will uncoil U/e OhrkMtnas holidays at
Lawtonvill". 13.I 3 . C.
Lodttos* fin© Dongoio hand wait button
Mho«*. fl©x<blo ©*ton© on soiOto. 1 hoso
sho©» or© regular S 3 vaiuo*. but w*
lotond to lot th©m go at obovo figur*.
Fnr/lbov© orlco wo whi toto'l you tho b©tt
Lkditos* kid button or loco shoo, potent
tip or tip same, that l« sold anywhere
Has muen "get-up" and style as any
snoei sold In this city for $2.
W« hnvto an odd lot of Misses* Spring
heel button shoes, patent t o & pio n
toes, oil popular makes. No shoo in
th* lot sells for less than § 1.75. Sizes
I 2 to I. Will close out at above figure
Misses' Fpring heel Dongoio kid shoes,
patent tips, sell regu!oriy for $1 50.
and are gOod values at that Will cloaa
them out at abova figure.
Mrs. Lawton Whatley and Master
Lawton Whatley are visiting friend* In
Miss Mattie Wright wilt return front
college next week to spend the holiday*
Mr*. Ann Wlter t* spending the win
ter with Mrs. Robertson In New Or
Miss Sarah Harper will return next
week from College Park for the holi
Mias Mary Culhhert hu* returned
from an extended European tour.
Mrs. Bleckley of Anderson is the
guest of Mrs. David Shaver.
Mrs. Whelms is visiting Mra. lbtw
son on the Hill.
Chamberlain’* Colic. Cholera and Di
arrhoea Remedy can always be depen
ded upon and Is pleasant nd safe to
take. Sold by Alexnder Drug and Heed
Co.. C. It. Parr of Bell Tower Drug Co.
News From the Soldiers.
Major W. J. Cowden, paymaster of
this department, is In the city stop
ping at the Planters.
The boys sre always glad to see the
paymaster, Major Cowden was in the
city a few weeks ago. and paid oft the
DO YOU KNOW
Consumption Is preventablo? ficlenre
has proven that, and also that neglect
Is suicidal. The worst cold or cough can
hr cured with Shiloh's Cough and Con
sumption Cure. Sold on positive guar
antee for over titty years. Sold by—Jt*-
tallers, T. A .Buxton, Anderson's
Drug Store. Alexander's Drug Store,
■ West End Pharmacy, The King Phar
macy: Wholesalers. Davenport & Phjn-
When going homo on your furlough,
do not fall to call on J. Wallace Nall.
1757 Broad street, for your ticket. He
; can send you home by the best route.
! Be rilfe to see him.
(Jen Smith’s Business College. Lex
4 should be written to for particulars by
every ambitious young man. Kentucky
Uni varsity Diploma undar seal, award
,.,t t„ n>, graduates, who are very suc
cessful ni securing positions. Read ad.
ONE GF OUR LOOLOOS
for your Christmas frost will give
you a tatsie of something In the
line of turkey* that you will
remember for many a day. A nice,
fat and juicy turkey ha* a flavor
that you do not get with the skinny
kind. We will have everything In
the line °t meats, poultry, game,
venlaon ahd celery this week, and
during tha holiday*. In tempting
POWELL & COMPANY.
la conceded to be as tine aa I#
done anywher#, and for that raa
#on we solicit your order* tor
etc. The very latest and most
correct style* assured. Order* ex
ecuted in 24 hours if necessary.
The swellest correspondence pa
per In the south.
Dunbar & Williams,
Ha i Broad Street, Augusta, Oa.
Dec. 14 to 16, I 698.
The Georgia Railroad, L. & N. R. R.
Co., Lessee, will sell Round Trip
I Tickets to Atlanta from stations nam
ed on dates and at rates named below:
Round Trip Tickets sold Dec. 13th
and 14th. and Tot morning trains Dec.
llith. Final limit for return Dec 18th.
'IB9B, from Augusta. 33.70.
Round Trip Tickets sold Dec. 14tb
''ami 10th. Final limit tor return Dec.
.lath, 1898. Augusta ,35.13.
! Equally as low lutes from all *ta-
A. G. JACKSON. 0. P. A.
JOE W. WHITE, T. P. A.
CLOSUKJ OOP SALE
In older to close out my entire
slock of woolens by the first
of February, by the pattern or made
to order, l will soil at and below
WM. E. BENSON
Merchant Tailor, 74* Rrosd St,