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He hoard aa tbo' plenaed ptHly
tty th< cheering, on the eland.
Thru another, in the twilight.
Halted high a alowA rhapean.
From off the lock* quits «mw shit#—
Ilia name waa "LUtls Joe.'*
New for Chrialmaa.
.n qan HKn nwtdy Pro! unn
It wasn’t Partner Fisher* fault,
lx»k out for leaden counterfeit
General Merritt Ufa keep the Phil
"Maryland. My Maryland" look
Broad street by storm.
It's too luil that Hlanro wasn't In
Havana to greet Pttxhugh I,re.
The President's eolre war stronger
than any of the other speakers.
Our covenants are aacred. and must
be carried out, said the President.
The Sun falls Carl Schnr* "the dy
ing Dutchman of American Politics."
And to think, Haverhill la the only
birthplace of the only John James In
Sweet Rosie O'Grady was arrested
Saturday In Dong Island City for steal
Augusta Sunday schools will reach
their maximum attendance for the year
The President has n most kindly
face, but ft seems to us that It shows
the cares of office.
That goodrlght arm that shinned the
tree at El Coney must have been a lit
tle tlrod last night.
A check for 12.250.000 was passed
over In St. Louis Saturday for certain
street railway stock.
Kat Chung to the first Chinaman to
take advantage of the bankruptcy law
same as “Melicao man.”
Edwin Gould has met his match, It
seems tn an obdurate working girl at
his sulphur stick factory.
Mine. Planka. of Kansas City, can
tame lions and tigers, but not her hus
band and so seeks divorce.
Old Montero Rios, on getting bsek
to .Madrid, calls us "upstart conquer- 1
ors" a«d "Implacable victors.”
The lowa and Oregon have reached
Valparaiso, and. atrange as It may
gM'iii, have met with u warm recep
"Thirty-five happy Americans"—the
peace commissioners amt • aaclies—are
bound homeward and will deliver as a
Christmas present to President McKin
ley the peace treaty. H
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I (A# soldier I* Aide—we do hot kAow his
ns me OH IhA toaff of Ito eohmel of
! IhA Fifth Maryland regiment yester
Wa refer to hto saluting st the eon
,. Mtornts monument,
i This officer In the volunteer t’ntied j
I mates army, alone of all his comrades,
ratted hto hat whan opposite the mar
ble shaft erected to tbo memory of
those who told down their lives for the
nation that "rose so fair and fell so
free of crime." and for a brief moment
be moved on with downcast eyes. It
was a gracious act, one of hto own ar-i
cord and probably entirely spool soe J
One effect of the preeldent’n Ttalt to
the south, ss has been noted several
times In tbeae columns recently. In the
obliteration of the last remnaats of ,
sectionalism and auch acta as the one
Just referred to will tend to soon make
us reunited Indeed.
In this connection It Is very probable
that at the present seaston of congress
a bill will be Introduced to deelgnate
one and the same day to the year
throughout the whole coantry, as n na
tional day of caretaklng and flower
bedecking grave# of the Union and,
Confederate soldiers alike. Then shall;
we lie brothers again, thanks to the [
president’s words, and such actions as
that of the Maryand officer.
All OBJffCT LESSON
Augusta was yesterday presented
with an object leaeon worth dotens of
statistical pamphlets, columns of
newspaper description, on the marvel
ous reaources of our country, our j
growth and present condition. While
the powers of Europe are now quarrel-:
ling over the cetlmatee and budgets
for huge and permanent armies, as
Secretary Alger observed. In the few j
words with which he favored us. the
United States has mustered out one
half of the volunteers called for In the
spring, and of those who remain, call
ed Into existence barely three-quarters
of a year ago. all represent the state of
efficiency and condition as was exhibi
ted on Augusta's magnificent thor
oughfare yesterday. Wo have Just
cause for congratulation. The
American soldier 1* the American cltl
These are volunteers, he It remem
bered; there Is no conscripting, no
pressing Into service, and when this Is
considered, no wonder he makes such
Then, again, our system.
Naturally enough, with the rush,
hurry and confusion of the spring,
mistakes and errors occurred, but
merit and worth in the ranks are
bound to be recognised and rewarded.
The man who but last night was re
ceived with cheers as President of the
United States rose from the ranks. The
present head of the United States army
-General Miles—enlisted as a pri
Yesterday's spectacle was both inspi
ring and instructive, and in all proba
bility w-e Shall not see 111 like again.
Daniel Webster And John C. Cal
houn, In the old day*, bad It hot and
heavy in the Senate Oft the saffie ques
tion that confronts us today—the great
Carolinian for expansion and bis New
England antagonist against it.
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ThomeevillA Times Ae the darkeei
hour le fuel before daybreak there ia
res son for the hope that the dawn of
an era of grnorAl proaprrlty le only a
abort Urns atoad of u*.
Wayrroee Herald: The sending of
Finhugh hark to command the army of
!occupation tn Cuba Is quite eatlefarto
ry to the eouthern people. Mr. McKin
ley has covered a multitude of etna by;
A negro named Fears waa shot dead
In his door It* Jasper county n few
nights ago. He waa Inoffensive, and
so far aa is known has not an enemy
In the world. There la no due to the
! The young men of the legislature
aeem to be taking a very prominent
tk#rt In the business In the proceed
ing* the names of Kills of Bibb snl
Hardwick of Washington, two of the
youngest, appear almost dally.
That was a graceful act of Mr. Ellis
of Bibb rising last Thursday to oppose
the reduction of the salary of the old
naval hero. Major J. Mclntosh Kell
The state can afford to pay him slmplv
out of consideration for his psst glo
rious achievements.— Dublin Dispatch *
At a dance in Bartow county last
week the fiddler, known as Bud Hack
ett. got out his pistol and wanted to
kill somebody. He threw down the
young man who was beating the straws
for him and tired two shots Into the
prostrate form- Death Immediately re
sulted. The slayer then boasted that
he was such a bad man that nobody
present would dare arrest him. He af
terward skipped out and Is stilt miss
Col. B. L- Berner, tlie heavyweight
of the Political Third, it Is said, will
issue an important order from his head
quarters In Savannah prior to leaving
the state. The military genius and
foresight of Col. Berner Is an estab
lished axiom; therefore his last eoup
d’etat will hat dly cuuse a ripple of sur
prise In Georgia. The urbane colonel
will call a convention of Ills fair suit
ors who must languish in anguish du
ring his prolonged abßence In Cuba^
Dalton Argus: A Terrell county man
Is getting up a pamphlet with the title.
"Small Men In Office." The book In
the main will he devoted to Georgia s
state house officers, throwing light on
them tn a political aspect for the past
thirty years. The book will go at a
nominal price. A few will be given
away and pepper enough will be used
to give it a good send off. We would
like to write a few chapters of that
book for the Terrell county man. We
believe we could add both spice and
interest to the work.
Dublin Dispatch; A farmer from the
Ileedy Spring district told the Dispatch
» day or two ago that h“ had realized
nothing on tils cotton crop this year,
hilt that such n thing as starvation was
hot apt to give him trouble next year.
He had raised an abundance of corn
mi plenty of sweet potatoes, and had
made three times as much syrup ns his
family could use. In a < Wit ton to all
these necessary thlms he had just
kHUd eight or ten hogs, rU« largest
weighing over five hundred pounds.
Thoinaston Times In a conversation
between some pTaptlca! and intelligent
farmers in regard to the hindrance in
sowing wheat and oats, especially the
former, resulting from the continued
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hadn't been driving a apirlted horse of
quick motion he would hsve been
hurled Into eternity by the fast Bov
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| To renfeM a fault la to more than
i half alone for It.
A telephone hell poooeoeeo no muolc
If It Is not for vou.
[ To look prikApemue la one thing, to
feel no quite another.
The golonelee end the overskirt have
; evidently come to etay.
White broadcloth Is much used for
bridesmaids’ gowns this season.
When a woman sectmee a man of
flattery she wants him to say some
Have you noticed how very polite
your eervanta are these daya before
The man who Is usually wrong never
stops tatklng about It when he hap
pen* to be right.
Why. oh, why. when we are so dread
fully poor, do the shops display such sn
array of bargain*?
The north pole I* like a woman’* poc
ket—we all know where It should be.
but no one cun And It.
In expressing himself to the voters
the candidate should prepay the freight
If he expects to get there.
Crystal button* are all the rage, and
the glassmakors of Venice expect to ac
cumulate large fortune* In supplying
One factory up In Maine turns out
8.900,<W0 wood toothpick* dally, but the
old fashioned three timed fork is still
holding Its own In St. Loul*.
In the absence of oxygen,
the microbe of consump
Prof. Frankland, Ph. D.
of London, has plainly
proved that cod-liver oil con
sumes in the body almost
three times the amount of
oxygen that starches or
sweets do. Scott’s Emulsion
is cod-liver oil partly digested
and combined with hypo
phosphites, it is more valu
able than the plain oil and
in all conditions of wasting
its marvelous reconstructive
properties are unequalled.
50c. and |t,oo, all druggists.
SCOTT BOWNE, Chemists, New York.
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Nunnally’s Cen ly
You can't do better—Won't
yon oblige ue by leaving your
order an Monday end Tues
day if you want special si/e
Send a Box
We bare them put up in
boxes of 28 wllfc »|*<’lal
l hririeses card—all 10 and
15 cents near—l’rioe 91.00,
1 2. C0 aud 98,00 box.
tff-A.ll of these and more for
Christmas gift* at
Altiatier Dm Company
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KmA AAd Klegut IA dMtgA.
a:?er lci*!4 PBCte 1 Bests
Ctns'mas Carts art B.oiJets
Game*. Juvenile and Toy Book)
of every kind sod dvecnptiuA at
ARE THE BEST
At-K FOR THEM.
Farm of thirty acres just
Dwellings, stores and
ffices 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 A 2 Library Building.
CMC OUT SHE
In order to close out my entire
stock of woolens by the first
of February, by the pattern or made
to crier. I will sell at and beluw
WM. E. BENSON
Merchant Tailor, ’43 Broad Ht.
Silk Suspender* in Boxes at r>o rents.
Gents’ line Neckwear at 28 and 50 cents.
I unties a nd Gent’s Silk Gartars at 26
and E-0 cents. Ladles and Gents' flue
Silk Handkerchiefs fram 25 cents to
Ladles and Dents' Silk. Umbrellas from
jl.ilS up- Fine Walking canes from ia
cent* us- Dents' ttnv Dutves of all
kinds. Plain ami fancy Stocks. Shirts
and Underwear and all other things
not mentioned at reasonable prices. F.
G. Merlins, the Tailor ami GcnVa Fur
nisher, opposite I’ianters Hotel.
Th* Cntift Hi* of ixtautt*
ful hoHday novaftiM, a'l
! out o* Übift to (efftef of
floor. Cv«rythi«*r maikod
in p «in (ifum to ihm you
i c*n a** th* pure* Be«u*
tlfui Toilet Decontted Ato
m/*ri for fiOc. Hunilr*ds
of bottlee of Co»offfin and
Cutncta. and * bon with
bott* of Extracii and cak*
of Bo*p for 20Cv Be c*r
l*in to wa my tin*.
L l. GARDELLE.
61 2 Broad
SO9 78 Si, lifittL Ga.
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COAL and WOOD
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North Augusta Cool 4 Supply Co
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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 wants.
We have a full stock of
latest styles of Stationery.
All goods finest made.
Bicbards & Shaver,
827 Broad St., City.
Paine, Murphy & Co.
803 Reyiolds st^TelephoDelSkV.:*
1 male Leased Wires Bliect to New York
Chicago and New Orleans.
Order* executed ovar our wire, for
Cotton, Stock*. Boud*. Grain and Pro.
vision* fur each or on margin*. Local
securities bought and »old. Reference
—National Exchange Bank ol August*,
or Mercantila Agenda*.
Number IS Telfair staeet—Four room
house—Lot 40x150 feet.
Ten acres of land on the Band Hill*,
near Hotel Bon-Air. Dwelling of li
room*. liable, barn and servant house.
Will sell at a sacrifice.
Three email house# and lot* on Sand
Hills. Will sell separately or all, at a
57 Acre* of land near Wrlghtaboro
road, one mile above city's new water
50 acres of land near MHledseville
road, seven miles from court bouse.
Clarence E. Clark
832 Broad Street.
gar- 1 beg to notify my frieud* and
customers that I liave added another chair
to my Barber Shop, making six first-class
Barbers, and I hope to accommodate my
customers without waiting.
HOT AND COLD BATHB.
COME EARLY AND OFTEN TO
Hickey’s Barber Shop
212 * 214 Eighth St.,
OPPOSITE ARLINGTON HOTEL.
ft BRASS BAND OUTFITS
PIANOS, ORGANS and
flfewV J MUSICAL INS IRUnENTS.
Yt \. Everythin* New in
uUP sheet nusic
THOMAS & BARTON, Augnsta.Ga.