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nom<ni a min Han wn| <****§(* I* ttMi »* *®* ■
hto mrtirtir r? tilt fcftvict w ** I* 1
m#n‘» And w« keep i. Our twl ffmim
hrmly roaud to the minds d our p*m*u Ukt s grtm
cum In s desert of bralum promises.
Hv nU Kir * ___
DR. HENRY J. GODIN,
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OPPOSED TO CHURCH RAFFLES
Addl Print Cmhm i Imhllm
to lo» a.
Part Mi* !*>»•. Bar. IT,—Tor Ita
wno«4 tin* In Half W*»***T m*mb*t*
nf lb. tslfc.'lk r,«iw*»ll«l her* hAV#
rat llwati>lw t» direct 'Watti'* *•’
tike rkanh tatkarltt placed aw there.
Ram time 9m* A* It**. r*ih*r Murk*
fM**rl* pastor of the mllHral at
Dabuqu- kat now prteet at one **f the
MtHh pariah.« In IMa 'Hr. formed
plana Tor a haaaar In order In talar
money to malt'- certala repairs on the
rhareh. Tba estimated amount of
aiaary a*et>4 la M.m aad he am oat
to rataa thla t>y arndlu the
women and rhlMren of the
tten ta l anvaaa the different tmalneaa
houaaa of the city. arlllng <han<*s aad
tlrheta on dtffrrrnl article# to l>e raf
fled off durtnc the tkubtlng of tho bet
aar. Teat>*rdajr the men of the tea
(ngitlon took atrp# la opposition to
thla and Banned e»aototk»n» eondemn
tnft the haaaar method of ratain* mon
ey a* feeing an tmpoaitton on tba bual
nena men .of the eltjr. an belay in viola
tion of the atate statute* against lot
terteo and an being beneath the dignity
of a prieet.
At the aame time a committee »M
appointed to take fall rharjre of the
finance# u| the church and to raiae the
money by some other meaaa. The com
mittee teas given full power la all fin
ancial matter#. The ftov father
Burke refused to recotrnlae the orm
mlttee'n authority, for the rcaa< n that
they had designed and were Instructed
to pay their prleat a atated aalanr and
the committee tahe chnnre of all nourr
•a of revenue. The paator will n f >t re
l.nqulsh hli claim upon the rent of
pew* and he and hla people ere In a
deadlock The member# of the congre
gation refuee to give the baxaar any
support In any event and will not ml*e
tfec money In any other way union*
their paator will turn over to the oom
pn:te« all aourcen of revenue.
Thla la the aame congregation that
carried the light against the divlnl in
cl its pariah by Arrhbisjiop Hcrnneesy
at Washington, making a teal cane of
the power of a biahop In a mission
field, such aa the United States has
been declared to be.
Bucklcn’s Arnica Salve.
THE BEST SAI.VE in the world for
Tut*. Bruises. Sore#, Ulcers. Salt
Rheum, Fever Pores. Tetter. Chapped
Hands. Chilblains, Corns, and all Skin
Eruptions and positively core# Piles,
or no pay required It Is guaranteed to
give perfect satlsiaetloo or money re
funded. Price 25 cents per box. FOn
BALE BY HOWARD & WILLKT.
Art Squares from 14.50 to 915.00 at
Fleming A Bowles.
NOVELTIES New goods arriving daily
w j|| b e j us t the things
OF ' for Xmas Presents. Come
see what we are doing. See
what prices we are making
KINDS on Diamonds and Watches.
• It will surprise you.
fi. Sclweiprt & Co., Jewelers
.UUiJMI THE CuRNt
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; W ft ft it rit tte* thnly tf*«m 9000 #Jl4«rfl#te<T
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ill# will teivn tete rtKlrl I** ite* t**4jp
ialiUiM In ravrt. *»4 tt»»« I- *lB fi*
tHr rtril aiidrYlakFr f** Isniifll.
sfeskc Ills Tnt Sl«m
Altan a Ftmt-Raa*. a powder foe the
feet. It cure* painful, swollen, ■matt
ing. nervous feet and Instantly take*
th* sting oat of corns and bunions It's
the greateot comfort discovery of the
age. Allen's Foot-Base make* tight «r
new shoes feed easy. It Is a csrtaln
cure for awentlng. colioua and ante,
tired, aching faet. Try M today. Bold by
all druggist# and abet aloran. Hy mail
for IS cents in stamps Trial pa< hage
KItKK Address. AHen H. I Um*ted. Is*
Hoy, S. f.
We have th# best s#-
lected subjects in pictures
in handsome frames at
Richards A Shaver’s.
SGLD Ton CATS.
An Italian In Kanaa* City sold Fglltws
Kanes* City. Mo.. Dee. 17,—Domin
ick Slumber, an Italian produce dealer,
wa* arre*t»d today f«r soiling rata for
rabbits. Mit. James Johnwm Informed
Health Officer Shirk that "he had rea
son to believe Chamber had duped her
when he Sold her what purported to be
a cotton tall. Bhe produced the ani
mal which she had purchased aa a rab
bit. and It proved to Is An old-faahlon
ed tomcat. The head and tall had
been removed, but Shirk killed a cat,
and by comparlaon with Mrs. John
son's purchase decided that the latter
belonged to the feline tribe. Shamber
wa# promptly arrested, and will be
tried tomorrow. A* Shamber h** been
engaged In selling supposed rabbits for
several month*, there la no telling how
many tabby* and tommies have been
devoured by th# Italian's customers
under the supposition that they were
eating cotton tails.
For Xmas we have Fancy Rockers
Oold Chairs, Table", Lamps. Rugs ana
Desits. Must be Bold. Fleming A
Our line of Japanese no
velties is unsurpassed from
25 cents up.
At Richards & Shavers’.
THU AUOUiTA HITHAX*D.
ttakßtuU* OF l»,#niiii—i
t#a FtMMtaß I ass IH Ate gams
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(Hat o*ol4 IMH •ftlV* ,, * * HH4lYft* • #▼•#.
Th* child rest assy get dM# whea w»
I tteset get the doet'** gutch epouep,
t trs the medtetp# JW «ril hf mump '
] ||e alluded te ntamkeetatn e C»ugh
’ Remedy i»4 bought a bottle before he
left the et.ua. Far sale by Alegander
> Drug and Aa** TV- C. It- **»rr a# Med
I To**** tirif C*.
END OF TMlTvk om.O.
Italy Rotters -bay the lad al llseth
Bingbamtotv >f. T., Dee. IT Th*
1 people as Oefteva and Uutarto county
j are t» e elate of rantemeat reused bw
•a religious sect known as the "M«HV
I Rollers.'’ who have predieted that the
| .-ad of the world will tew during the
> week be twee* Cbrtatma* and New
i Year's, on the drat week In January.
The head «f the •**"* ** Henry L
Adams, a fanner attorney In Chicago
end Cleveland. It has been In ealsience
I for three yearn and during that perk'd
every effort has been pointed to one
; end—the .'•welueton of all thtaga the
last week In !***.
The name given believers In thla
creed Is the result of thetr strange
rerrmontea They mil about on the
floor or ground, ahoutlog and some
times bite the earth. Well-to-do, In-’
teUtgent men refuse to buy or sell, and
business ta at a standstill. In Ihe vil
lage of Naples moat us tin- store# are
For Ih# pn*t three years adherent* of
the faith have refused to take a mort
gage for more than three years or sign
a paper for a longer period, and grad
ually they have diminished the time,
until now It ta Impuastbla to transact
Adam* says th# the statement thm
the world would end on thl# date waa
revealed to him In a vision.
For Croup use CHE
GOOD NUOOET FOR M’KINLEY.
Such Presented Him by Trustees of
I The trustee# of the North Georgia
1 agricultural collage, through their pre
sident. H<m. W. P. Brice, presented
President ‘McKinley with a solid gold
nugget from a mine near Dahlonegu.
as a token of friendship and esteem.
The presentation waa made in the
private apartment* of President Mc-
Kinley at the Kimball house. The ev
-nt waa the revival of an ancient In
dian custom. The Cherokee Indians
when in Georgia years ago wen- the
owner* of the mines around Dahlone
ga, and they made It a ruin to present
every visiting chief a gold nugget as
an evidence of the parity of .tlielr
friendship. When the trustees of th'’
college learned that President AlrKln
|ey was coming here, they determined
to revive the old Indian custom.
Several members of the presidential
party were present during the presen
Oysters ! Oysters I
Mobile. Plants, Norfolk* and Savan
nah—the finest. Give us your Christ
mas order*. Free delivery in the city,
Summerville and Camp.
TRAYLOR & CO.,
Corner Jackson and Bills: 'Phone 210.
A splendid assortment of
of fashionable Pocket
Books and Card Cases in
best leathers for men and
Richards & Shaver’s.
J. H. Smith, caloratl, has sarmed ;io
tied that h* will contest the seat in
congress of Hon. J. M. Grigga of the
second congressional district. He Is re
lying on the republican majority to il .
something tor him.
WEST END IAS TREE.
Where the Contributions
Should Be Sent.
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gf • M« IS » M» 4mrm. »ut h— m omm**# «•*«» f>»
■ _ 1 prtmp'ram rhtMee* M><t groww fatka «f th* tadfc# ■»••>
_M Mtunat* ta Ih* Yet (tad (IwtaUM* Twa
.. | tatlig Ih the d 1 f Mb. wtth themeande of f*tj«tUw» and
<Wtld*«i sal ft pta>» t urn* wMh the nthag mitt* fwMRM M ra'kwwd wggga
mm* with Hu past g getwgft etatt down l* aN Hi* iklHa <*> ChGaftnaa
Keg th* rWMHaa* llta* AtawtM tS* taW •* Atftwata bftta omt ft*
•a# jkrrflTrr and i fft~- ocwudwA *M« *»• mrnm Iwta H»* «*•• ft
«> | Mli , i, (j itilitrrm «te>. M*t Hi oitiltefT 11—. Hue— liHte of tte#
v m infill ting# iHftl I# •Htf»«l*nt H|MH| tte# f—tetefltHH
ft 4 Up# Ctertel Cteite'* MMtWf.
. . .a s r ||_ gs jftiftßsli thA ftrl«ite#4 to h4i* (tete rHftet
f t * r HU4f#4. happy for itermarhiw la ibr
ft— of COilfUHlAei w
a fonifiimtkrn of I or 14 rrnfa oiran* nothin* to tte#
v tofll fr-4 ,i,4 tmf rklMrte of wHMo-do parmli. hot It •!« *»*’•(»
n |r# prrfttnt • te>« of ratoity. • toy. »o«nrtteln* item «#—»> Ctertalmaa to
..... * as yntt rato‘l ftn4 n tmitl RiofleT donation. I#t #r#l*y fhll4
tte# 4—Mte B—l »■ I* • *
' ft Augu»ta who w I shea to family e*)oy (H* or Her Christmas the
Wwat End HHl# o«ea with a toy. a bit of fn.lt. or aomeftftg of that natore.
Ml** Jolla Moorr at The Herald office, la treasurer for the fund She
will receive and wtlt.hly acknowledge receipt* of mosiey -I,.nations.
Fruit* Mid ro«feetlo®» should o» *enl to Mr*. K. B. B«*t«w, »3n
Greetie street, who will receive and arrange preaenU ft fteae kind* for Ihe
Tho Herald will be the depot tor toy* of all kind* and other artlelea
wkkh II la desired to roatrlbute. The Hereld will aee that all anrh prraenta
are placed In Ike poaaeaalow of Ihe proper dlrtrltmtiog committee.
VETS SENDS THANKS.
Chicago Cooled Survivor* Send Tele
gram to McMlnley.
tTvlcngo. Ike It —Vaterana »f the
confederacy living In Chicago «!'• fry
enthusiaatie over the auggeatb® «f
Pr.wident MeKlnley made In a speech
at Atlanta that the nailonal govern
ment should assist In caring for the
graves of Ihe confederate 'lend. A
telegram heartily thanking the preal
dent for th# step* he ha* taken In that
direction and Indorsing hla statement*
waa sent to Atlanta by poat 8 of the
l'nlled Confederate Veteran*' Aaaoclm-
MnJ. Geo. Forrester, who wa* with
Morgan* •‘Raider*.’’ anid:
• We confederate velerana think the
president ha. aounded ll>* keynote for
permanent peace Is-tween the north
and the aouth. Nearly f.OoO confed
erate veteran* are buried In Oakwood
cemetery, near Chicago. The plot of
gmund wa* given by the government
but has always Iwen taken care of hy
ih** Chicap conf#4#F4t# v#ter#»ft. Tn*'
cemetery contain* a monument erected
by the confederate association, but not
fine of Itw graves had a headstone and
If the government takes the steps sug
gested by Ihe president, congress will
lie asked for enough money for these
small tribute* of respect and honor.”
To Cuba and the West Indies, Via.
Central ol Oeorgia Railway
Both one way and excursion ticket*
can lie purchased, through to Havana',
via Port Tampa and Miami. Steamer*
of the Plant Steamship company leave
Port Tampa Mondays, Tliurwriyn and
Saturdays t .aeh week for Key West and
Havana. Steamers of tho Florida Hast
Coast steamship company lev Miami
on Sundays, Wednesdays of each week
for Havana. Close collection at Port
Tampa and Miami may be had by tak
ing the Centra! of Georgia Rallwy. For
schedules, rates, reservations and other
information call on J. W. Nall, Com
mercial Agent, 737 Broad street, Augus
A. C. L. EXTENSION.
Work Was Begun on the Line
Woik on the Atlantic Coa*t Line ex
tension from Denmark to Robbins, on
the Port Hoy a I t. Augusta Railraad.
was begun #n WcAnesAay. Sixteen
oarloads of laborers arrived frem Mont
gomery, Ala., “and were put right to
The road is fifty milts long, and will
open up a MW territory, and when
completed will enable the Coast Line
to get into Augusta over its own tracks
Biggest stock nf fruits in Augusta at
For Consumption Said to Be INa
Berlin. Dee. 17. lTuf. Lautlerer of
Stuttgart baa Just published bis dis
covery of what he believes to be a
cure for tuberculosis In Its first stages,
together with the results of fifteen
years of hi* special treatment of the
His method of treatment, calls for
subcutaneous and Intravenous injec
tions of cinnamic acid> and Its deriva
tives, hetol and hetokresol. Tho treat
ment baa been abundantly tested lu
the Karl and Olga hospital, Stuttgart,
notes show that tuberculosis, taken In
Its /irat stages, was Invariably cured
by the cinnamic aid treatment, with
the aid of dietetic and hygienic meas
ures, continued for a period of several
months, while In the case of those in
whom Ihe disease had advanced lo the
second stages, 70 per cent were cured.
The Injected drugs act directly on the
diseased tissues. .Several specialists
on lung diseases who have been seen
express the opinion that the discovery
Is most Important nud well supported
SPECIAL LOW RATES VIA THE
Account of Presidential visit and re
vi a of troops, the Southern Hallway
announces sale of very low rate excur
sion tickets from Chester. Newberry,
Columbia, S. C., and all intermediate
points to Augusta. Tickets sold Dec.
l«th and for morning I rains of 15th lim
iter! to return Dec. 20th.
Place you order for fall suit with 19.
J. Henry & Co., popular priced tailors.
M. E. MACAULAY J. A. MULLARKY P-lP- SULLIVAN
Macaulay & Co.
__ « /-y y rr-4 Special for the Holidays. We
II 1 111 1 IV sell nothing but Guaranteed
IV ILf VJ JLftV/ ▼ I—rf*— 7 Gloves and are local agents for
J Roeckl, world-renown manufacturer. Buying direct from head
quarters, have fresh stock and largest assortment in the city at $ 1.00
Pef "ln a ßutton and Clasp, Black and self : colored Embroidery, Black,
Browns, Tans, Modes, Yellows, Ox-blooas, Navy Blue, Greens, Bea
vers Grays, Pearls and Whites at $1.50 per pair.
All the Leading Shades and the best values in America.
The City is Talking
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l B. WHITE i CO, CloihiDg Deparnpept
SriooßS Sash and Bun Ds
W MILIV/ORK g *
OF CVERY D* 'OJPTiON.
YELLOW PINI LUMBER
f*CTO#V ANDS*W Mill (QUIPPfO vyiTN UT(ST i||POj)V(HtYTI AND
tIfICANiJATION IHOOOUfH 'N IVtBY OtPARTMENT.
FUU LINE IN STOCK AND PROMPT SHIPMENTS ASSURED
I --are- FBICfS.CATAIOauf l tTC-ftOtl AtaUCATION. ft t
Perkins Manufacturing Co AucustvGa
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NO BETTER 5c CIGAR ON THE MARKET
R. C. NORRELL & CO., Wkiloale Mr.
Thai ffeffant to Get Out of tie Way.
(4 Clevelands at SI2, $ 14, sls,s 17. One
of these is a Ladies. I Gendrom at $1 7.50. I
Raycycle at $ 14. One Steam’s Special at $ 18.
4 Models 40 Columbias at s2l. $22, $23. $24.
I Cresant at S2O. 2 Credendas at $ I 5.00. I
Victoria at $24. 2 Ladies’ Fentons at sls and
S2O. 1 Man’s Victor at $20.)
There’s a Reason for the Under Prices.
Each one of these suits could tell of a maker who
manufactured well, but not wisely. Makers are
always in advance of the retail selling season.
They have to guess ahead as to trade conditions
_anct hope. We tell today o such hopes not
realized by a celebrated mak- r, and his products
find new owners, through u decause of the
business necessities of the i who looked
ahead wrong. A chance for m ?y-saving that
seldom comes just before Christmas.
11 levts m k cb.