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HAVANA POUCH CHIEF.
Cal. MmHm, <* BMiso**. W HI
Hkim o*r. IT. «- Got, Moo Hop
of (l» hiniMl Iltlnol* *lll. K
te hlmv(i»< <* ll • urn maul of tt»<
H*nr.> folk*-. G**#ral Ure#o. II I*
Ifgnrlad vttl to l*nHfT
AiK'i Um ha ip*fc- lb* w»*w « r '
CM, HooK.m arrtvaA hare v#*terrt*v
Md John MrOllarh. former rfcirf of
poilc* of New York Oty, arrived t<>
dti Thia afxarrwoo. (Maaol M-.wl
ton Qriwnl lirtM. Hr IkOiillifh.
gamer fmwnfH d# Caatro, NimiiM
rtali fmvfVOf of Havana, and Ike
gpgnt.h i-blrf of pollr* Jusilanl. bad a
it ad* *aw ahowa over the p»ll« *
court* and Hts prlaon*. and had the
ivdMtt rxfttaH to them Mr. tit * j
f’tilSaah, *hua exact offi> la I position
Men, to be undefined *#?» hr
yet formulate a plan I»f poller organl >
gallon. a* be tnnat arnmnlatc data rtf
yard'ng local condition* and ll»e local
ti. Al«' r hi».
Col Mm.lion and Mr. MH’ullxgh
wilt often their olltcea in a few day*,
tenor Canol a election a* president of
the Havana bar aaaoclatlon war an
For LaGripp* and Influ
enza use CHENEY’S EX
DIPHTHERIA HITS PRINCETON.
The Disease Is Aald to Be Epidemic at
Princeton. N. J.. Dec. 17. Prince
ton I* threatened with an epidemic of
dlpblherla and there la ttoaslblHty that
the Chrlatmaa holiday* *lll he extend-1
e.l Iteyond the cuatomary two week*. 1
The flrat reported case waa that of
K. C. Qoldaborough. ’99,' n member of
He wa* Immediately transferred to
the Infirmary and nil the member* oT
the club were forthwith quarantined.
They apent laid night in the clubhouse
and were bundled out of town this
morning by the faculty, three men be
ing held aa auapect*. There are sev
eral cases of diphtheria and gore
throat in and about the college, and
the faculty la employing every mean*
in Ita power to isolate the cases of
1* the place to order fish and oyster*
for Chrlatmaa. Will have a fine assort
ment of shad. Spanish Mackerel, Pom
pano, Trout, Hreum, etc.
Cor. Jackson and Rill*.
HeU Phone 210.
dec IS V 21 H
HAVANA CAR LINES.
A Canadian Syndicate I* After the
Toronto. Ont., Dec. 17. Toronto
Interests In street railways ore after
the franchise In Havana, and have
made an offer of nearly *1.500.000 for
the present service in the Cuban city.
|t la claimed here that a Canadian
syndicate ontmuneuvred an American
company that was after the railway in
Cuba. The same Canadian syndicate
already operates street railways in
Montreal, Toronto, London (Ont.),
iVinnopeg. Kingston. Jamaica and
To Cure a Cold in One Day
rake Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets
All druggist* refund the money if it
■ails to cure. 26c. The genuine ha* L.
tj q. on each tablet.
Beautiful line of Mahogauy and Wn'-
*ut Suit* regardless of profit fm cash
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| aarit# t,ka*f foMirt tint tk# k*>*## int.
t4#n rtitrvt ut (to trmkft bfokift
on, of 1 base trunk* belonged to Mr*
ttotllngewortb and from It beat been
stolen mm Jewelry and money No
1 l.ilbing waa tafcaa. Valuable# from
i,iher trunk# war* aim taken Mam
idbar bonaa* war* *ai»fa4 at the aam
lime and booty aernrad , Augwatan*
should ba #ure and lurk thatr homes up
aernrely whew they lew*# their house. J
rart Monday to aa# th# MrKiaiay pn* I
Th# rity will be full of panie* wh. j
think nothing of making a sail naaa
nottnerd and taklag off alth them a
aouvenir or ao of their *lalt While
watrhlag th# prormalon he#*- your
band on your porket Im<4i
loteat atylea p<y»l*r prices
Augusta Trunk Factory, Ml Broad.
CLEVI R ‘PCCIALTIES
Ulvao at fly rkk-Harder Performance
The Buckeye, presented by th* Myr
k le-Harder company at the opera
house, last night, waa very cieverty
put on. The apeeialtlm were enjoy
ed and Indeed II seemed for awhile Ul»l
th# ntidienea wanted nothing elee bul
the vaudeville feature*. Mia# Myrki*
and Mr. Harder were forced to res
pond time after time to the repeated
Tonight there will be twenty dollar*
given away at the performance to the
lucky ticket holder.
WINE OF CARDUI,
HOW TO CURE WHITES.—^
Sr. Lotus, Mo., Nov. 15.
My wife ha* been a sufferer . -.r“*r , - J _
from Whites for many month*.
She had severe headache* 1 V 'V," 9 A,
and pains in the back, ac
companied with dizziness ot U- nWH/ \\
fainting spells, until she would J[ | Y ]\
fall on the floor and have to jT S 'V h
go to bed. Nothing relieved R
her until we tried Wine of x -JV **
Cardui. That made her 100 \ „
per cent better.
W. G. Medley.
When a woman growt pale, languid, dizzy and hysterical—
when suffering is written plainly on her face—it is not difficult
to trace the cause. Usually it is that offensive and debilitating
disease known as Leucorrhoea or whites. There art so many
things which cause this “female trouble” that very few women
escape it at some period of their lives. Doctors treat it locally.
Sometimes they help a little. Often their treatment does no
good whatever. There is really but one cure—but one single
medicine which never fails to relieve. It is Wine of Cardui. In
ordinary cases, complete restoration of the womanly organs to
perfect health follows its use. In severe and complicated cases.
special advice is given free,
ladies' advisory DEPARTMENT. , if the sufferers will write to
For katico in cuii requiring »p»- the manufacturers of Wine of
!;K«CK: Cardui. See reference to
: ‘ ° Ladies Advisory Department.
cure themselves at home, free from obnoxious local examinations.
UkROE bottles of wine OP CARDUI 91.00
WINE OF CARDUI
J<‘ DOUrTA HFHALD.
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kOftOMP# ftlHf k#4 to tk# IftftllOt,
Th« Ontral of G#or*i»t
Rnllwny will tfcM9t«.
Aufruul* to M*roo and re
turn for 02.08. One. 18.'
Ilmit9d to Dpc. 20. rtiturn
ln« Mccount Prtaldtnt Me-
Klnlty'lviiH to that city.'
For furthor information j
call on mgmni of thi» com
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l#i#tft r*mn* f«»rf«fi»*
b#t9 it <it*%*ara. m k #4
We htivo the best l«r*re
type Bibles in fiex*b 9 bind
ings in ths city. Our price
only St.so. others charye
$2.50 and $3.00.
At RichArd* A Shavsr’s.
Nunnady * eandf la a p«d thing m i
send Alexand-r f»rag A tore are agent*.
Ah noting Hrrwarba
A email negro boy. Aiephen Jatkamt.
waa charged with rioiatlng the tolth
section *b<K>nn« firework*. If* wa*
arraaied la*l night al the comer of
Campbell and Broad atreMa. Though
not more than It year* old he put up a
plea In hi* own tohalf that would hava
done credit to a lawyer, bul It wa* not
quite strung enough. lie wna fined.
Math t i
Fancy work hadteta, novettlen nrd
dutia st lowest prices. T. Schta la.eaai. j
Will Gamble, a while man. waa up
before the recorder ibis morning,
charged with violating the 414th sec
tion shooting firearm* In the city j
limit*. Tbl* caa* wa* reported to the
officer and when he made the arrest he i
found a platol eoncealed. Judge Bax
ter dismissed the flrat caae and liouml
him over to the city court on *IOO
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ft te stated that ana*b»* eaea wa*
, tabaw at (Aa ball mm tA# qwaartwn a# re
, toei.g t* wavb Tb* eawuli wa* th*
| saw** aa lb in* teem-*** Maeeib*.
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I cowipeuaula* That request tba requrter
[to (gat* that aayow* effiartag tw eoaa
i prime iea tb* Matter baa wo gwtborttv
tram ibatu Tba wi«pMtl*am wbleb
I bars b**n amt tsgt tbeowgh lb* di#*f *
; awt part nf tba r4ty to gwßcft eIA for
I tba atnkaca claim fair tenew
I the at a.path? of tba tuople of Angwata
|p> twcialnly wltb tbawefbara Tbl* fact
11* eartalaly d.wioaatraHxg Itself ta a
Iffaeticsl way *v*ry> day Mr. Gay
tout a* that b* waa bsvtwg wore awe-
Irraa with tba atoehb#ldara of tba mui*
than with aay other* people
I "They talk foot 'hi# way to tn».“
•aid be. "Now. on# maa aald to me
that be bad other iMeeeala In Angua
11* twaldaa those be bad to the Mill*,
ill tba oparnlire* wages ara r*du* -d
bta Imaineaa Intracata will suffer Bin*
than the lew of a div Mead from the
mills. We certainly bar* a« reason to
eompiaia at the gawaroalty of the peo
ple of Augusta. We hare pntten aid
frritn source* we never dreamed of
Th* meet Inga of last afternoon have
strengthened lb* people In their deter
-ruination Tby pe<»ple of Augusta are
standing hy n* and see hallere tbay will
continue to do so.”
Ashed what the prolurbillty of elart
ing up Monday or Tuesday wa*. Mr.
William Keel said: ’’None whatever,
exrrpt at the old ae ale. No. I hare no
more tw ray Mr. King’* proposition?
lie plainly state* that he Is unable to
;do anything, and we can't expert any
thing from ihxt aotirr*. We appreciate
Mr. King a poaltloa. and wIMi we could
deal with him aa president of one of
Mr. Ivey aaye ha do## not rare to
talk for publication.
Talking of the situation on* of th#
gentlemen identified with the etrtke
Everything seemed to take on new
life yesterday, and today it look* like
a long, hitter light. The talk of rloa
glviug the operatives of the mills
ing down the oiher mill* aeema to be
Inoperative Juat what they want. As
one of them puts It: "We don't care a
snap; we expected aa much. I-ook
how they acted about the raise they
promised us In the other strike. We
ain’t forgot that yet Can you blame
ua for our action now* Suppose some
of the mill authorities try to live on
«0 and 80 cents a day—buy grub, pay
house rent, wash bill, clothe* bill, wood
bill—how do you suppose they would
stand st the end of the month? Ouesa
they'd kick out of harness, too.”
It Is tireless to further elaborate on
the situation. It ia critical. Both aides
are aggressive. The battle ia pitched
and It la a question of which side has
the fcsost endurance.
lathe meantime the people are leav
tftgAhnd the leaders a# advising a*
nmn# to get away from Augusta as
ran. It is said that n number will
leave for Fort Mill. S. C.. on Monday,
and others will go' to Charlotte on
Wednesday, or ns soon after as trana
| portation arrives.
Mr Marion Ivey come to The Her
ald office this morning and stated that
Jte hud been told that certain parties
were spreading the report that he was
J contemplating playing the role of a
I traitor to the cause of the mill opera
tives and intended turning them over
to the enemy. Mr. Ivey said: “Such
| a statement as tbaj is calculated to do
■me a gross injustice. I denounce it ns
j Infamously untrue and I wish to state
i through the columns of the Augusta
| nress that the party or parties who are
! making these unjust statements will
jbe made to suffer to the fullest extent
|of the law when their Identity Is dis
closed. Those who know me best do
jnot for a moment enteYtain such
.thoughts an<9they know that X am sin
jeere and faithful to our mutual cause,
j I fully realize that the rttuse' of one
| is the concern of ell, and anyone who
spreads such sentiments as above re
ferred to la really the gullGT party, for
they are sowing seeds offtscord wfth
a purpose, knowing that harmony is an
essential quality to our success."
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SITUATION WANT ED
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TO RENT __ ‘
jxn t.err two namgaomb txH'm.R
-a. rx. 9 t*l pav raetb qtt ■> lagara
| eawaiitraera. UmmN t-bHUae, TK
111**14 at*—*4. Case 9
1 Folk PA 1,9-4* HIUH <»RAI>R AST*
lira to the hlghcwl MAdace. tbta av«Mwg
sff 9 aw 4 Mods* morAtng at I* 9al
ig lims l rirwt hy C. V, Walks*, lb*
at> vft ft .hhn#.' r» N**w I# ft*mft ? tin ,IW r (0 buy
i* hiryet*. 4*c t?
CftgA II (RUM AT M JACKSON *T.
r<»« uuk-panffi n»« what
i'lNO pwiasw. Chaw past la ally • .aa
real a pnwad. A rate at MaraM aAces
Itnih vklt* and aasa-papar.
TOR IXLC- t«te A<”M* FARM. ON9
mU* ft rat city limit*, a bareala. Ap
ply W. C. Juaaa. M*. U« Jatkaoa •».
CHEAP—FAPffR FOR WRAPPING
partmaaa I* raata a hundred ..Id **-
rhaaeaa. Wblt* papar t aaal a pound.
FOR SAI.K IW ORF.KNK PTKEICT.
with a little outlay can be wuut<- Into
a handsome and modem rratdvnca.
fTerms li ed* cash, balance, three year*
i wltb aeven per cent Interest. At,ply to l
K. Hhechan. Manager. Roht. Partner j
Brewing compaay. dec U ts
LOST AND FOUND.”
I.ORT A KBTTKR BITCH. WHITE
and brown spots suit aids reward fur
her Return to Win. Boyle, *OJ Jack*
sen'street till Sat Indu
S9HAYEIV-A DARK ItKD BltlNr-t.E
'§■>9, marked on right hip with tar.
fff l». leivell, 59? Tampbell. dee 17
LOST-A SMALL BOOTTH TERRIER
btti h. Anawer to the name of Babe. A i
reward will be paid for her return to
Dr. J. E. Allen. *!* Greene street,
M ISC ELLA N E OUS
NOTICE—THE BICTCUi* TO BE
sold a* auction this evening at 7:JO
and Monday morning at IO:SO. at 559 j
Broad Klreet, by C. V. Walker, the
auctioneer are high grade and well
known bicycle#, but being overstocked,
and money being demanded, they muat
be sold at auction, now la your chance,
CAL, gardener, announce* to the pub
lic that he ta prepared to trim roses
and other shrubbery at short notlce i
and very cheap. Orders can be left
with my uncle, Joseph Trommerhauser.
at police headquarters. dec 16
PIANO TEACHER—NEW METHOD—
Mrs. B. L. Horton, 937 Broad,
A F»W TABLE BOARDERS CAN*
get good hoard, reasonable price, cen
trally located: apply at once, C. A.,
care Mbnld. dec 17
The National Exchange Bank of Au
Augusta, Ga., Dec. 9, 1898.
THE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE
Stockholders of this Bank will be
held at Its Banking House on TUES
DAY, January 10th, 1899, between the
hours of 12 and 2 o'clock p. m., for
the election of seven directors to serve
for the ensuing year.
PERCY* E. MAY. Cashier.
Office of Augusta Real Estate and Im
Augusta, Ga., Dec. 17 and 18. 1898,
THE REGULAR MONTHLY INSTAL
MENT of this company is due and
payable at this office on MONDAI
W U T©CN®. President.
W. C. Jones. Secretary.
Lamps, both Banquet
and Library, In beautiful
! designs at
Richards & Shaver's.
Bn! Hie! Fn the Mililm
AT MANUFACTURERS HhIUL*.
#5 % J!
Tntnkb. Hipy. Hyu Suit Ot»9», Podffl Book*. Punff«, Etc.
ftgkft9.f ftfti* .IU4IMI ft% iiiftlft t%T HI fftft «ity »■■■■■■■
Aogesia TnitFaciflry.^afEJgg” 1 '
Th 9 lururst stock of Toy* #v#r brought to Autruata.
The* pr c»t iir9 lh# low9«t #v#r f»ut upon similar goods.
Do not fortst my pi**# when ptirchatlns for th*» link*
onet. My 9*«M>rtm#nt of Cakii i« such that you ihouid
b#«r it In mind. Pound Cako, Fruit C«k9 and Lady
Flngors are my *p«cialti9§.
H. H. CLAUSSEN. 1002 Broad St.
a PARLOR MARKfcT,
05 I Broad Street.
ONI: OF Ol'R LCJCLOOS
I POWELL &
ngNik The New Year is Approaching
lA' ‘'s wra ami I (Mil aoaey t« settle my <dd yrar'e nhugw-
Ufa* I will sell my large smite stock el Kicaty
*JM k Monumems,Headstones, Etc.
I »<» «® bend at tie IGWHrT POMWLK I'Kl' W.
UHI CF - KOHLRUSS
Corner Washinßton & Ellit Sts., " * AUGUSTA, CA
Will You Get Left?
There is but one looked-for condition this
fall in regard to business and that is a most
healthy one, and those who are preparing for
it are the people who will reap the harvest and
all the others will get left. We have gathered
from all the renowned centers immense quan
tities of desirable up-to-date goods running
mostly to novelties in
China, Pottery and Glassware.
They are ours to own at right prices if you
BUSH’S CRYSTAL PALACE
809 BROAD STREET.
Our Coal Promotes Health, Wealth and good Cheer
It bums through and through and leaves neither slate nor
cinder and but very little ash. *
OUR JELLICO AND CROSS MOUNTAIN
Household Coals are unequalled for cleanliness, heating and
lasting qualities and money is saved daily by their use.
Egg. Nut and steam Coals of best Grades and at
Telephones- i FRASER & CUMMINO, Lessees,
Strowger cn.OPERATIVE COAL SUPPLY CO., 1041 Jackson St.
7*j? "On Arraj ofllrislias Offeriiis
all the many sterling silver articles for
ffjglKCe'L- X'K the toilet and. dresser, or in the design
and exquisite combinations of Jewels
fflPhWMnn > n our »uPcrb stock of Jewelry. Our
* r J’Ju ,m 4 stock Includes watches, clocks, chate
lalnes, silver novelties, table silver,
onyx tables, lamps and souvenir goods,
and every article is a gem in Its fine
X r : y.T % - workmanship and rich and claborat de-
Gold pen in fine plush box, *I.OO. Sea
v our Camp Mackenzie Souvenir Spoon.
A. J. RENKL.
Jr ' Jeweler, »-» Broad St.
r ,_ T nui tppaTMS\‘T will b« »ent to any one addicted to the meoi OPICM,
Eo^lhiV*LAUDANt’lr<KoXr PAINLESS HOMS TREATMENT.
Mtion ivf PHYSICIIANS «wli ;'M lmmediate relief given. Correspondence ab*o.
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