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floa t 4*lny la procuring your flag*
Matt Quay romaa out on top aa uaual
in thr flrat round
A toMlar for «a<*b oar thousand of
ttg, aaya Central Milan.
Th# rarord of Hlr Joseph Parory.
allaa "Holy Jo#.” la a moat anaavory
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at Oat#nd la.t year wrrr »eveu million
, There la to b# fro# rntry to f’hrlat
maa present# In Cuba. Porto Rtro and
Th#r# la to b# a public Investigation
hHo thr charge# of oownrdlo* n*alnat
lb# Sawmty-iral Naar York.
Thr London human skeleton market
la ovemtorked with ap#rlm#n* from
th# dervish alaln of G#n. Kitchener.
Th# foreign Christmas mall entarltig
New York ao far thla year la thr
largest m th# hlatory of (h# nervier.
Secretary llrator. of th# N#w Or
leans Cotton Kxchunge. has U*#n re
elected for thr ttoonty-ninth eoosecu
A "matrimonial chair,” to Inatruct
m how to gracefully and becomingly
get married, la th# latent at au lllinola
A Wilkcsbarr# Judge, bccorolug tired
of cotnmltlug a persistent wife bealer
lo Jail, gave him a totmd thrashing the
other day. Our compliments to RecoriV
Will the ease of the two darkles who
found the bottle of medicine over In
Carolina yesterday, divided It. drank
and died, lie a warning to the too In
quisitive to let strange bottles nlone?
Our friend Mllledge Lorkhert will
probably know a continuous six-day
bicycle race the next time he meets
one. His wus the unpleasant task to
report the weary rounds of the hag
gard. wild-eyed, half delirious, miser
able participants, for the New York
Senator Murphy of New York has
nt out determined to retire from poli
ces at the close of his term. Mr. Mur
phy hue long desired to make 8 trip
around the world, and will probably
start next spring, taking Mrs. Murphy
with him. Mr. Murphy is SI years
old, a man of culture and education,
and has a fortune of something like
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A MIUIIAAU LITTM
I That »aa aa Imaocla.tle aad ra
maihabi# le«#f pal4l#A#4 la TA# fNa
rtay Herald u«d#r the Aaadiag Ho4#tra
j War la a Helene* " Thr Camp Mar
kenxl# oScrr llliiatratea the qoeetlen
moat forcibly la the tfeam eagloe alm
it.e. He aaha If the modrra railway
1 raanaaemeat. with alt the atrldea la
ataam aagtoeerlog and loi uaardlvr
bolldlng In the parat thirty yeare.
would entrust tha Uvea of their patrons
«i 4 me property of the company to an
[ iitoMliT —r who had left hla calling thir
ty year, ago and alner engaged In other
and different pursuits? /
Moat cartatnly not. The old engin
eer would hardly know the intricate
| sod romplleatrd loromotlvo of today.
Yet thr llvea of the volunteer# eol
dlera In e:imp and liattlr have been an
imated to tbe care es ofllcera no better
I fitted to run th# army machine.
1 Th# offlr#r right .y Halms that no
(future wara ran have thr duration of
thoae paat and that wr muat be pre-
I pared. He Halm* that pagennta. surh
L a Augusta la shortly to wltaraa. the
[review of th# aoldl#ra, are worse than
uaelraa for practical purpo««»;that ke#t»-
: mg at#p in ualsoo and keeping unbro
ken lines look well, but before the
modern Infantry rifle they prrsent a
'target that would disappear as mist be
fore the morning sun.
A political Congrres Is at fault for
rthe present system, which has caused
!our people to rise up nnd demand an
■nvestlgatloe. To the men, the heroes
of San Juan and Kl Cauey. all honor—
It la the system that I* at fault.
The deduction drawn and lesson
taught. Is that war la a science and as
such, must be studied
The army has not kept pore with
the strides of the navy, and "pre-his
torie barnacles, keeping step, well
dressed solid lines, and smooth execu
tion of the manual of arms are not the
essentials Of modern warfare.”
AH ADVAHCE IH FBICKS.
One argument, advanced hy a corre
spondent in yesterday's Herald to the
effect that the recent advance In Col
ton prices, might mnke the mill man
agement a little more chary of carry
ing out their throat of shutting down
all of the mills on Dev. 24th. seems to
he born out of the news from the
Prices of cotton goods are advancing
and the prospects are better than for
months past. The treasurers of all the
big Lowell. Lawrence and Manchester
mills ore unanimous In their belief lu
stilt higher prices.
We sincerely trust that these views
will be Immediately verified: that In
stead of a notification of shut down on
Christmas eve, the glad tidings will be
sent forth that some equitable and
amicable arrangement has been per
fected whereby the operatives will re
turn to work and the management re
joice !o the prospect of profitable pro
This would Indeed make n glorious
and happy Christmas dev tn Augusta
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I Mg Xau trnn and a happy Xoaaa for
| tha rhtldr#« of tha wllla.
I aaw th# eun rise th# other roorn
! Inc For arvrral y#ara 1 bar# thought
! «>f Inviting myaHf to that g<«rg#>»ua
j apvclacl# of nalur# hut t-nuld n*v#r
[manage to all up quite that tale. II
| #■• worth watting for, however, tn a##
iH rta# among th# purple f>w>thlll» of th#
1 Htu# Itldgea which mnb# North Georgia
In verltahl# tempt# of Hyg#ln. The l*t»
j i.f rrtnpm and gold melted Into tb#
! Hear wblt# light of day ns imperceptl
-1 tily na dollara melt Into dimes at a
charity fair. Th# ounahln# nentled on
the knolls and gradually suffused Ih#
side* aa It flowed down towaida lb# lit
tle valleys Ilk# lava down th# aide* of
n hundred tiny volcano##. Th# dark#r
rr-'rasrr below seemed to tremble with
very fear for n moment, and then, a*
th# whole world liecam# one vaat #x
lotns# of light. I undvratood for th*
flrat lime the full beauty of the I’salm
tat: • Morning Itreak* and the shadow*
When 1 dl# I shall- probably turn In
to a sleeping car—l have turned Into
them ao often In life—or even fulfil the
first line of Tom Hood s llfw—
"Hla death, which happened In his
At forty odd tiefell;
Thr doctor told the sexton.
And the sexton tolled the hell."
But none of them affoid such luxury
of room a# the old Georgia road sleep
ers. In no station of life do you wish to
feel that any man I* above you, and
hast of all In * sleeping car, and thank
heaven In the cars In question there Is
"no room at the top for other*."
In the old time song we used to hear
" Anortheast wind came from the south
And blew old Grimes away"—
but It was no more paradoxical than
taking the Southern train and going
weal. The parallel might be carried
further, for you go like the wind, and
nightfall found me in the heart of Mla
Said heart Is not as warm as ft can
didate's greeting Just at present, for
the unexpected, and almost the unex
ampled, has happened, ami the face
of the earth Is covered with snow»
There has been some sleighing—not of
people who Insist on quoting that cele
brated little poem of Watson's, begin
ning. "O the snow, the beautiful
snow!" but sure enough sleighing in
Improvised sleighs, and the young peo
ple (who don't have to speak In a dress
suit with the thermometer Just a little
above the bulb) are enjoying it.
Lexington Is a beautiful little city, all
of which Is not due to Its mantle of
snow. Mr. W. J. Plrltens Is a leading
spirit In al! that makes for the uplifting
of the city, nnd Is Justly held In high
esteem In the community for which he
labors so unselfishly.
It Is gratifying to find that the people
of this section of the south are taking a
more hopeful view of the future. The
recent advance in the price of cotton
has infused new life and hope into
them. Thev bellave that this snowfall
will send up the price of cotton more
than proportionate to the damage that
Is doave. The one thing certain is that
th# face of the earth Is still covered
with cotton, and weeks will vet elans#
before It 1# all picked out.
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TA» Ntona attoto toaotry at Altoav
lertoutoy a town a •«** ago, aa4 has
ato ato## baao h#ar4 too.
J, C. toetohrenba, a M*r*t»«n • wmty
fans#- slats# that b# fslsrt bO hash
»A«f Stubs >« «to# *<*# H* Odd ansn#
to tAsttt to Atlanta fat $1 a hoab*t»
Kaadetsvi’l# Il#tal4 * A car to av#f
sstsatws too# to coal *>• twdwd
thla »e»b and neighed oat OMrtr tb
mot alvrt Ar# the## east ntow?
Th# g*nd#r*vtll* ts-raid thinks tha
lagtsdator# did nsst endear Itself to tb#
ponpls to lA# stats akra It slashed tha
selinto Nad to tb# egtOStt of Rtoto*.
Aa Amerlcus man has rvcetvad a tot
ter containing ten dollars He la won
dering If It I# a itortstma# prawn* aa
h* does net know from whence It came.
tn th# cane to Key. T. I! Tu#n*e va.
th* Fulton Its pi let church in tha city
court »f Macon, for Ms unpaid salary,
the preacher »aa given a verdict for
The Bandeisvtlto Herald saya there la
profit In raining all the cotton we ran
manufacture h*fe In the aowth. but the
growing of T.MO.flto bale# for export is
The Marietta Journal hellevaa the
farmers can aell all the cattle and hoc#
that they can rata*, as there la a good
dtmand for both. Cattle are scare#. It
aaya tn Cobb and adjoining counties.
The Horae Swapper#' convention tn
Cuthfaert was not very largely attend
ed. Several quadrupeds, on the square
seemed ripe for trading, and thla »i«
the only vlslWe evidence of th* con
Gene Cromer, the convicted murderer
of llsmp Sutton, has been tried fi>r lu
nacy at Montexuma and sent to tbe asy
lum. Cromer »a# sentenced at the re
cent session of court to serve twenty
year* in tbe penitentiary.
Sheriff J. W. Nelms of Fulton countv
declares he Is not afraid of the county
commissioners' threats, and In an In
terview takes the responslMlty for the
recent escape of the mocotahlneri from
Atlanta’s new Jail upon himself.
The new mill which the Forsyth
Manufacturing company la building at
Forsyth, (It.. 1* nearing completion
and will soon be ready for business. It
will contain «.M0 spindles. Thla will
give the Forsyth mill 12.000 spindle# on
hosiery yarns, warps and piled yatna.
The Calhoun Times contend# that the
fanner* of Georgia have a splendid
chance for making money and even
growing rich. To demonstrate. It aa'y*
mi. Jim Smith a few years ago went
to work In Middle Georgia without a
lent and now works 450 hands on 50.000
acres ot land, and Is worth a million
Will Mitchell, arrested at Blberton
for Illegal traffic In whiskey has gone
Into a trance which ptixles both ofllcera
and physicians. He was sent home and
there recovered. When rearreated the
trance returned and neither drastic
medicines or the lash had any effect.
The authorities don’t know what to do
A Colquitt county farmer planted an
acre of cane this year, from which he
made 500 gallons of syrup. For this syr
up he found ready sale at 15 cents cash
per gallon .this netting him seventy
five dollars. It would have taken ten
acres In cotton to* bring seventy-five
dollars, and he would have raised no
profit, while the greater portion of the
money derived from his cane crop was
The Georgia farmers appear to have
learned something. The Monroe Adver
tiser says: “The hog and hojniny rais
ers are not worrying : over the low price
of cotton.” The Arlington Courier says:
"Unless signs and seasons fall there are
not going to be any short provision
crops in this section in 1*99 ” The Ir
wlnton Bulletin savs: "More wheat will
be raised In Wilkinson county next
year than during any year In the hla
tory of th* county.**.
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feted • very large pvw«ni*ge *g to#
raeelpta, but. O, deaf. #o* th# wily 1 "*
| median waait't »•» A# caught by any
'such chaff that. H* Instated ..n a lumn
1 sum. regardless to receipt# TA# sum
was guaranteed.' the cont*4cl signed.
The rumellaa rum# tn town, and atroll
! ing. as if by chunce. Into the •"’> offt *.
Letted how th# house was selling.
•m»,” said the tk-hcl aeltor. V» s*dd
every seat In the h-use ten days ago
j The comedian’s lilotid bolted,
j "Would/' autd he. to hlmaelf. "Oh
would that I had accept'd the peycen
[ls|r. It would have been doubts what
1 get now.”
It was too lata, however, to rely on
'simple wouldlng to change matters. *o
'be si.ught the torwiwst attorney of Ut#
|town, showed him th# contract and ex
)present hi* deair# to break It. and abide
■by the customary percentage plan- B*-
i fore the attorney would consent to ex
■ press an opinion th# quest lon of fee
came up, and the comedian banded him
jtSM. The man at law look the con
tract and examined It.
j "My dear atr." said he, "that contract
jean't posatMy be broken, I drew It up
j I don't know what the temperature of
Cleveland, according to the government
I report. that day, but In the neigh
jhorhood of that comedian things fairly
The police have Jailed eight white
(men Columhu*. They were tramps who
: had Just rented a room in a factory
i hoarding house for the purpose of art
; tllng there and working the town. A
I small theft on the part of on* of itnl
members led to the discovery of the
gang. Borne of the men begged, other*
were cripples, others stole.
i A company composed of Ohio capl
j tallst* has bought nearly everything
I in sight In the way of good mine# and
[mills around Pahlonegs The properties
. In question represent 4.#71 acres of min
eral lands In the immediate vicinity of
tUihlonegn .the hulk of w hich is gold
bearing. There were $5,000 In revenue
. stamps on the document by which the
legal transfer was made.
j The title often sells a book and
It Invariably catches ihe American
i heiress. *
Scott’s Emulsion of Cod-
I liver Oil with Hypophos
! phites is pure and palatable.
For years it has been used
for coughs and colds, for con
sumption, for those whose
blood is thin or colorless,
whose systems are emaciated
or run down.
For children it means
health and strength, stronger
bones and teeth, and food
for the growing mind.
Baby gains in weight and
thrives when Scott’s Emul
sion is added to its milk.
sec. ands i.oo, all druggists,
scorr & BOWNK, Chemists, he* York.
Military CUFF BUTTOKS
Uniforms to Order
Overcoats to Order
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Dwellings, stores and
If ices 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 ,t 2 Library Building.
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COAL and WOOD
North ▲ tip vita Coal ft Sopplj Co
f w scofield/president
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We sell Eastman’s Kodaks
and all size FILMS. Call
and see how cheap we can
supply your want*.
We have a full stock of
latest styles of Stationery.
All goods finest made.
Ricbards & Star,
827 Broad St, City.
Paine, Murphy & Co.
803 Heiiclds £t=-T£lepboiie i SfeU.-.n*
I (its!# i.rased Wit#* * ii#ct to sta Vets
CtiKsfO sod Na* Orlvans.
Order* executed over our wire* foe
Colton. Stock*. Bond*. Oraln and Pro.
vision* fur rash or cm margins Local
set j Titles bought snd sold Rel#r#ncst*
—National Exchange Hank to August*
or MertrnU* Agenctra.
Number 22 Tdfalr afreet—Four roam
house —Lot 40x150 frat.
Ten acre* pf land on ’he Sand HlUa.
near Hotel JJon-Alr. Dwelling of 12
momi. stable, barn and servant house.
Will sell at a sacrifice.
Thn e small houses and lota on Band
Hills. Will sell separately or all. at a
87 Acres of land near Wrlghtshoro
road, one mile above city's new water
60 acres of land near MilledgevUle
read, seven mile#'from court house.
Clarence E. Clarftc
832 Broad Street.
Z4M-T beg to notify mv friends and
customers that I have t. d’’ l l another chair
to my Barber Shop, making stx first-class
Barber*, and I hope to accommodate my
customers without waiting.
HOT AND COLD BA.THS.
COME EARLY AND OFTEN TO
Hickey’s Barber Shop
sl2 & 214 Eighth St..
OPPOSITE ARLINGTON HOTEL.