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REVIEWS THE TROOPS
fmn p„# i >
lorrx > and dsinnrrefy nblitll aibote*
la lb* auni taodaMiiml way.
And (tw-a every town and rRy la •
fa.lt u* of a l> and rad mllaa from An
(aafa aw nafMfMrd. A Herahl re
jmrtrf «kiIM many wall known faraa
(rom awl* Rtn-ci as Apart*. (Vs.htni
toa. Wirmna and Wajaaabom
The reviewing •unit mm hrtlllsnl
with rotor snd the military g«*filu» aa
mu t>ied I barn *re«n*<l alone ■uArlrai ,
to bar# conquered aa empire
Aa (bo romaiandina geoeral. with
nocorered bead, flood fariix ibr end
Wta Una of aoldierr ba looked tha Id.at
Mlllir-kraawil with lha tropic inni
et Cuba, arari and soldierly In M*
Aa tha baad of tba lone Una of sot
<p-r* ram. lain vie* (bar* wan Aral
an ataltad murmur of "Hera (hay
Orma"' «b!.-b deepened and drrprnrd
until It broke out In wild aprdwuaa
Man loaded oaa another and craned
their neck* to ratrh (hr Aral glimpse
and than to gate a( the retiring liar
Tha end i>i tha Aral hotir approached,
hot atilt the broad a«|dialt reaounded
with tha rlaiter ot bnofi and the heavy
trend of Infantrymen Hut the rrowd
was navrr weary, they could have
•pent tha day there.
But at last the Anal company marrh
ert by, Oen. Young put ou hln rap
n«at<> and followed by hla entourage,
left the stand
Th* thousand* who had stood around
the stand began to melt awsy nud the
grea* review wss over.
For LnCrippe and Influ
enza use CHENEY’S EX
CARD FROfl HR. CARTER.
He ssys the Beat Operatives VVII I
To the Kill tor of The Herald—
Sir: I Wish to say something about
Hi. list that la being gotten up In the
King mill, for the purpose of getting
the hand* to go book to work. 1 have
gone around from house to bouse, and
find that thdge are about IS people who
,ay they are going hack to work when
the mill bells ring. They are the one*,
too, who have been drawing rations
from the commissary department. I
think I can aay truthfully that these
are about the only ones who will go
back to work. They say they don't gel
beefaUak. ham and eggs, and they are
goinr hark to work su they can get
these things The majority of us are
willing to suffer a great many things
before we go back. hut. l must say.
that the people to whom I have refer
rme want to go baek to work, and will
If the bells ring. Hut the mill authori
ties know that these people ate the
people who won't work regularly when
th«y do go *<• work. They know who
ate the steady hands and who are the
orst workmen. These are the ones thev
want baek at work. And I ean say to
all who wish to tie Informed that the
best people am going to slay out till
Yours truly. W. H. CARTER.
Sibley Mill Hand.
To"cUr* a Cold In One Day
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets,
til druggists refund the money if It
.'alls to cure. 25c. The genuine has L.
B. Q. on each tablet.
PLENTY OF PROVOST GUARDS.
The Soldiers Will Aid Polka in Keep
ing Back the Crowds.
An extra number of provost guards
are on duty this morning on Broad et.
About twenty are on each block They
Will alii the police force to a great ex
tent in keeping the crowd fi n> the
middle ot the street when the pa:ade
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Those m the etaod see**: o*o
Youag aad at**. Tapi Cbaae. Arliag
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Tol Chartwomier « H Tohoo. D. O
Koparty. Iloa. I. C. C IMork Tapt
W H. Youag W. R Platt Judge w
H. Barrett. William Du»bar P. O. B»
rum. Neabltt BTagflelit Judge W t.
Rvr. Judge 11. C. Rooey. C. O Trua
•all, lira K P. Alesandsr. W. T.
Jour*. P. M. Muiherlti. William Delph,
Col. D. B. ftftr. €. A, BaMa. T. W
Alaoauder. Thome* Barret t Jr., (leorge
Lamhaek. J. Robrrtanu. K A. Brand
J. Meaning. L. Jordan. It. H. Mar
trU. Mr*. Rve Mrs. Garrett Ml** o*r
I rott. Mias Leola Oarrrit. Miaa Oreao.
I Ml** tgAatlgaar. Mi*a Carroll. Mr*
I lamer Mrs. Cummlng and a number
At JI:S0 the order wss given for the
troupe to fnove and they turned from
Oresmr out Washiagtou lo Brood and
up the north side of Broad with colors
flying and bands playing.
Gen, Young stood In the projecting
stand arranged for him and with his
Imposing and military bearing Im
pressed all as being a typical soldier.
Oen. 8. 8. Sumner and Waff, mount
ed. passed the eland first, the genera)
dismounting and Joining Gen. Young
jlhr n came Gen. J. P. 8. Gobln,
i commander of th« Third brigade, fol
lowed by his mounted staff.
The Eighth Pennsylvania moved by
leading the brigade with soldierly
hearing and Heady step, followed by
the Tbirlecolh Pennsylvania.
The Pifiaenth Minnesota brought up
the rear of tho brigade. ' v '«
A short distance behind the brigade
ramc Gen MeKlbbon nnd staff, follow
ed by Col. Axllne. lending the Tenth
Ohio. Each man In the regiment wore
white gloves, which added much to
Ovation to Maryland
Following was ihe First Maryland,
and as It marched up the street headed
by Col. I.one cheer after rheer went up
and many a dainty hand waved hnnd
Oh! The Pain
Its Tortures Known to
The ache* and pain* of Rheuma
tism become a constant com
panion to all who are victims of
this disabling disease. The peo
ple generally are not acquainted
with the cause of the disease,
though thousands know its tor
Everybody should know that
Rheumatism is a peouliar acid con
dition of the blood, upon which all
liniments in the world can have
no effect whatever. The best
blood remedy is needed—one which
is able to go to the very seat of the
disease and force it out. Swift’s
Specific (S. S. S.) is the right
remedy for Rheumatism, because
it is the only blood remedy free
from mercury, potash and other
minerals which intensify the dis
ease, causing stifl'ness of the joints
and aching of the bones.
S. S. S. neutralizes the acid
condmou of the blood, and forces
out every trace of the disease. It
teaches even the worst oast's
where the doctors have made
cripples with their prescriptions
of potash and mercury.
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•swh Ik* train go by end uk#n tk*
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slung ike tmal*. Urn Pruu'.dmu said a
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samMerf rn the aUMlaaa Tk* peusldsw.
tkal train la du* al WkHrsp al I I*
o'clock ibis afternoon. Tk* recaption
committee will he M waiting with ear
rigger The party will delta from
Whelves to Camp Marhensle. ohleh it
im either side of tka Wkehne eomi
The troops wilt ha lined op on each
■lda «f th# rood and pruseai srma aa
the President end party rid# by Th#
parly will drlva to the Wrtgh»sb«ro
rtmd and ibane# through J«4»n airem in
Aommerville to the Angwata Arsenal, j
From there they will proreml to rorpa
hen Quarter* and the engineer camp
From lb* engineer ramp, lb# Prenident
and eurort will go down Walion Way
to Crawford aeeune and out * rawford
avenue to Broad street, thanes dona
liruad to Washington
Arrival In CMy
The presidential party I* reported to
ranch the Arlington comer about »J 0
o'clock, but l« «"»y •»* “ ”**
drlva will necessarily h* somewhat
slow The Third cavalry will art as
special aseor. to the President. The
members of the Croat Country JUdtog
Club will meed the President at Wba
The recegition committee took ear*
rlagea for Whrleaa In front of the rlty
headquarter, at 2 30 oetock and drove
out to tho *t*ti°*t
In th* Carrlaf*#.
The committee and the member* of
the Pregldetn'a pnfty will ride h»
riuur* In ihe order following:
First . arriage, four boraea-Presi
dent MeKlnU-y. Mrs. M.Klnlry. Mr.
William A. Garrett, aettog mayor lb*
city of Auguata. and Col. Derby, of
Gen. Young s staff.
. second csrrlage—Hon. I.yman f.«'
garretsry of the Banff; Mrs Gsg*.
Hon. J. C. C. Black and Judge W. F.
E Third carriage Hon. R. * *'**? ’
secretary of wsr; Mrs. A'"«rC.plslo
Rivers of General Young* staff, and
Col D. B. Dyer, of Covernor Candler s
corrlage Hon. ,ohn P"
Iding, secretary of the »»*>•• MIM
“My wife wst for fears * sufferer
from Rheumatism, and was treated
constantly, but could obtain no relief
The doctors said the disease was liable
to strike the heart at any time, in
which event death would be inevitable
"Every kind of treatment recom
mended for Rheumatism was given,
including widely advertised blood rem
edies, but none did any good. She
grew worse all the while and was re
duced to a mere shadow of her former
“It was at this critical period that
g, g. g. was tried;
th is med ictneseemed
aytfm esse promptly. and
jfi prove. One dozen
bottles effected a
complete cun', sod
she has hail no treicli
V of Rheumatism since
“D. R- JOHMSOK,
Every one afflicted with Rheu
matism should take Swift’s Spe
cific, the only remedy which can
reach their trouble. S. S. S. will
cure tho most aggravated case of
Rheumatism Catarrh, Cancer,
Contagious Blood Poison. Scrof
ula, Eczema or any other blood
disease. It is guaranteed
Books mailed free by Swift
Specific Company, Atlanta, Ga.
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Pkllad*tphi* Plena: Ml. Oomher, «4
iks I'cusidea’ • party. Mr. (Mrert, of
tha fiwikst'i party, and Mr Jams*
Icartledp*. of tk* TBaliy Trthnn*
Rtghusnih carrtope Mr L. •-
: Brown, general ageW of tke flwntkeim
.railway. Mr M P. Walak of Ike An
gusia Ckronida, and Mr C. O Id
llstis, adltor and proprietor of ike Au
ffluetaenth and Tw*ntl»fh rarrtage*
fur oUw-r* nltk tk* President s patty-
I Tka presidential party »l'l *» drives
■to tk* CnmmriTlgl Club and the free
Ideal will ke welcomed I* Ik* city by
Major J. C. C. Warh. on the balecwiy
of tba Hub building la wtgdnt and bear
lag as the assembl'd public below,
probably about gor lock Tk* Pteal
danl mill respond briefly.
: Th* following gentlemen left last
night for Macon to meet the presi
dent** party nnd corset them hack to
I Augusta: Horn Joaeph H lanit Mr
| Jacob Phinlsr. Mr. C. Henry Cohan
and Mr. M P. Walsh
yilj | yff*,
: It la supposed that the President will
Isnv# the city shout t:M o'clorh. The
party will take the (rain at tha comer
of Broad end Washington streets.
Tke Commercial Club.
The Commercial elub. from which
i Major J. C. Black I* to msk* the *d
-1 drees of welcome, and President Me-
Ktnley Is to respond, wss the centre of
Interest all day.
A number of prominent ladles were
on th* balconies to wltnean (be review
„f ihe military and mere also present
st the evening reception to the presi
The Hub was tastily and handsomely
decorated Inatde and out snd presented
s magnificent sight, dmllax. mistletoe
and holly were scattered around in
artistic profusion and presented a
scene of genuine beauty.
Aa to Who Committed Outrage on
Washington. Dec. I». Th# Vice
President announced the committee of
the centennial celebration of the City j
of Washington ns the capital of the i
nation, as follows: Senators Hoar,
Hale. Perkins, Simon. McLaurln, Clay
Senator Lodge of Massachusetts, of
the foreign relations committee, re
portefl favorably the following resolu
tion. and asked for Us immediate con
"That the president be and he la
hereby requested to communicate to
congress, as far aa the same can b*
done without detriment to the public
Interest, all the Information In his pos
session concerning certain alleged
outrages committed upon the person
of Bishop Earl Anston and the other
American citizens in the city of Pekin.
China, by the subjects of the Emperor
of China, and what etepß. if any, will
be taken by the state department in
the matter demanding suitable redrew
and indemnity therefor.”
Christmas Tree Donations.
The Herald returns thanks to Mrs. J.
D. Habn, Mrs. 0. D. Perkins. Misses
Pauline and Olive Benson and Miss
Eva Berrien Carpenter for their contri
butions of toys to the West End
Christmas tree, and to Mr. Willie
Levy, Mrs. K. Ferber. Mrs. O. R. Ar
go, Mrs. W. H. Harrison, little Miss
Harrison, Miss Nellie Crane, and Lttle
Misses Jenuie, Annie, Mary. Rosa and
Grace Sibley, for donations of money.
The Herald Xmas tree managers ex
tend thanks to Messrs. Payne, Murphy
* Co. tor IS donation towards the
Jonathan Norcroaa Dead
Atlanta. Dec. 19. —; Jonathan Nor
cross, the first settler Atlanta, died
last night in his 91st years, of old age.
He lias held many offices in Atlanta,
and is well known all .over the state.
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THE POLICE AND FVOVOST.
Hath Side* IMd Good Dnty la Keeping
the Mceet* Clear
Chief Hood * men did pood service
this morning ta keeping the atrwrt#
tint for th* military procesaiem Th#
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A Ron ANTIC STORY.
Th* C*mrte** Tonthrlson and Her
New York World: Diane de M.-nt- I
brtaon. ihe young woman whom AI- 1
phnnw Daudrt used to call 'The m- *t ,
I gorgeous ere* la re alive,’* has left for '
' Budapest, and wilt probably anon mar
ry tha Austrian officer In whoa# compa
ny ah# eloped.
Mine. La Cotnteaae da Montbriann tie
longs to on# of the nldast famllte* of .
France. Her forrlble entrance Into ex
clusive circle* was. six year* ago. as
much of a sensation a* her present eg- |
eapade. Hhe was then Diane Verrter. a
beautiful, well educated girl of humtda
birth, teaching piano lessons to the 1
proud daughter* Of the Mombrtson;
family and earning barely enough to
keep her from want.
The Mile*, de Montbrinon liked their;
teacher very much But Jean de Mont- j
Prison, the heir of the house, liked her j
Jean waa in delicate health, and. aa
he waa burning th# candle at both end*.,
the physician told the old duchess, his
widowed mother, that her son must go
from Pari*. Bhe sent him to their
| country estate in Auvergne.
Two or three days after his depart
! ure curiously enough. After the first i
astonishment nothing further was
thought of her dt»appear*nce. and an
other teacher was engaged.
From hi* distant retreat the young
count wrote the country agreed
with him. But after four or five months
a telegram came saying that Jean de
Mont Prison was so ill that he could not
live more than a few days.
A special train carried the distracted
mother and sisters to the castle where
the young man was dying. At his bed
side they found Diane Vender. She had
followed Jean and had been the mis
tress of the place: the servant* had
l«en enjoined not to communicate this
news to Paris.
Wh«i the Duchess charged her with
being responsible for the ruined health
of the count and attempted to drive
the adventuress from the place Diane
informed the old lady that It was she
who would give an heir to Montbriann.
It was so. The Duchess was broken
hearted, but religion dictated her
course. She sent for a priest and the
marriage took place then and there.
The new countess was a widow almost
as soon as a wife.
Diane returned to Paris, where, de
spite the opposition that she met. she
'established herself as one of the lead
ers of society. Her marvelous beauty
no less than her tact, helped her to
conquer the refractory aristocracy. Her
origin was forgotten and even the
Duchess de Mnntbrison was no longer
so sure that Diane, always so kind, so
respectful to her, had loved her sickly
son, Jean, only after scheming to ap
propriate his titles and fortune.
And now, after five years of dignified
life the strange creature shatters all
conception of her character by running
away with a handsome officer eight
years her Junior.
Did she obey her impuse of a love so
strong that no consideration could
stand before It? Or was it merely that
her Bohemian Instincts rebelled against
stern duties and she seised the first op
portunity to break away toward adven
ture? , .u... .
25 Per Cent Reduction
Fids Higli Grade Sterling Silver NoTelties
W# hf»v*n’t 401 th# h#nd*om##t »tor# »n th# world.
Out w# hav# th# good* and can my# you dollar*.
Only Jdwatry houaa racaivln# Pr#mium Tick##,
Naw food# r#c#ivad by #v#ry #xpr#a«.
928 BROAD ST.
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FOR BALR-PAPER FOB WRAP
PING purpose*, t'haapaat ta elty *<ne
cent a pound. Apply at Herald ofllca
Doth white and uawa-popor.
FOR BALE—Id*-AORE FARM. ONM
mu* Dorn city limit a • bargain. As
ply w. C. Jonas. No. U 4 Jockaoa dt.
CHEAP—PAPER FOR WRAPPINO
purposes IB cents a hundred old ex
change*. While paper 1 cent • pound.
FOR HAJ.K—IO2S GREENE STREET.
with a little outlay can be made into
a hautteome and modern rc*idenre.
Term* 11.000 rash: balance, three years
with seven per cent Interest. Apply to
E Sheehan, Manager. Robt. Fortner
Brewing company. dee II ts
FOR SALE—A good farm —2l mile*
from Augusta on Auguata Southern
Railway. Price 20 per cent less than
original cost. Rent of portion of land
now pay* • per cent on original Invest
ment. Titles Indisputable. Terms easy.
Address. REAL ESTATE, Care Her
ald. Dec- «•
FOR SALK-A I-HORSE PLATFORM
truck wagon, capacity 4,000 to 5.000
1 pound*, newly repaired, and a flr*t
Ida** Job. A bargain, at the Lowrv
Wagon Works, corner Ellis snd Ninth
FOR HOLIDAYS —FINEST ASSORT
| MENT of Home-dressed Turkey*.
;Chicken*, Mutton, Beef, Pork Sausage,
F.te. Free delivery anywhere In city.
Summerville and Camp. Bell ’phone
iilO. E. M. DEAS. Jackson and Ellis
street*. Dec. 24.
to e double
offices, 58 1-1 per month, all modern
convenience*. Phinlsy, <O2
Broad street. Dec 31
THREE NICE. FURNISHED FRONT
rooms, southern exposure, reasonable
rates, No. 8 Silver Block. dec 19 20
LOST AND FOUND.
LOST-SUNDAY AFTERNOON ON
cars or at camp, a diamond stud.
Liberal reward for same. L. A. Gar
| delle. dee 19
i LOST—ON SATURDAY AFTERNOON
on Cummlng street between Telfair
and Reynolds streets a lady’s black
cashmere cape. Finder will please re
turn same to 1018 Reynolds street,
The Bell Tower Drug Store
CORNER GREENE AND JACKSON STREETS
CV* Under new management. A new iiue of Fresh Drngs, Toilet Articles,
Brnshes, Etc. We make a specialty of hysiclana’ Prescriptions.
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.Npectal Not lea.
TMI* Iff TO NOTIFY THE ITBUO
that I have withdrawn from the Au
gusta Mantel and Supply Co. aad
haw purchased the tu.'ycle bualneaa
of the above firm and will cnatißoe
that business to all its branches at
the present stand.
T. B. MATHEW BON.
Annual Com mask: at ion.
a Webbs lodge, no. it*, f. a
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/V\ Augusta. Go.. Dec. tl. UM .
The annua! meeting of Webb lyvtge,
No. ]«t. F. A A. M., will be held In
the Blue llmiw. Masonic Hall, on
Monday evening, IMh Inal., gt I
Election of officer* for ensuing
Member# will lake notice thereof.
Victims brethren will be rordlsUy
By order E S M’CREARY. W. M.
jC. K. Coffin. Secretary.
Social l odge No. I. F. d A. fi
» A CALLED COMMITMICATION
Jh n 111 he
jUT held at Lo
Hall. TUESDAY NIGHT. 2*>th
Inst., at * o'clock. The F. C. Degree
will be conferred. Worshipful Master
Janie* J. Erwin of Woodward Lodge,
No. SOB, Cleveland. (>., and thirty
third degree mason of the Ohio Juris
diction will deliver the Senior Dea
ton* lecture. Member* of Webb
Lodge. No. 1*«. brethren In the mil
itary camp and transient brethren are
fraternally invited to attend. By or
W. J. HOLLINOSWORTH, W. M.
W. H. Crane. Secretary.
The National Exchange Bank of Au
Augusta. Oa.. Dec. 9. I*9*.
THE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE
Stockholder* of tht* B»nk will be
held at It* Banking Houae on TUES
DAY. January 19th, 1«»9. 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.
TEN MINUTES AT
Presidential Party Are Happy on the
;Special to The Herald.
Milledgevilie, Ga.. Dec. 19.-1:10 p.
m.—The presidential train arrived hero
at 1:07 o’clock this afternoon and left
CALVIN S. BRICE.
His Remains Reviewed by Thousands
Lima, 0., Dec. 19.—This city is drap
ed In mourning, and business is sus
pended today while the remains of Cal
vin S. Brice lie In state. When the fun
era! train arrived yesterday the re
mains were escorted by G. A. R. posts,
the Union veterans. Elks and others, to
the old Brice homestead. At 9 today the
same procession acted as escorts to the
First Presbyterian church where th#
remains were viewed b ythousands.