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IVmtn who laugh art all reprc
aawtvd In our column*. Jala them
Ibe gltkiKM-k- •> were tblik tn Ma
rk, -raH..r of Atlanta’ la laid to
Tha afi|i. gntp on Gotham eootln-
Don't (argot the West End Christ
The Cincinnati bit that Santiago
fork at full ag*#d
Mr* McKlnlay bad a tooth pulled In
bar car at Ma«-on,
M.»"jf fle®, a> >* a< ri>.t. St,
Simon pound Iron J. kyl Island.
A million dollar* north of Terre
Haute property ha* gone up In smoke.
Wlralea* telegraphy ha* been suc
gaa*fulty parfortned at Bau Francisco
Hobson couldn't (now to Auguata.
bui la kt««lng hi* way to San Frauclseo
to Mil for Manila.
”1 ha*« aajoyed every minute of m*
time in the aouth," »ald the president,
on leaving Auguata.
The Brunswick Times *ay» that the
‘a march through Georgia
wits strewn with flower* of speech.
Win. E. Ourtl*' letter on the At
lanta Jubilee to hi* paper. The Chica
go Record. Is most Interesting read
The latest phonographic triumph, ac
cording to Life, I* to drop a nlckr In
the alot and bear the girl* kt»* Hob
Mr. Shove ha* been appointed In
New York to prosecute the officials
Implicated In the canal BcamlaU. Let
him push the raßcal* out.
"Meihiuk* he doth protest 100
much,' - says The Columbia State,
iiixnit Joe Wheeler thanking the preat
dent for taking him along.
Judge Emory Speer, who wae con
stantly with the president in Macon,
*ay» he wa* genuinely pieased wlih
hi* reception and was a close observ
Ataltan Cromwell, a daughter of a
professor in Howard university, is a
Freshman at Smith college, and the
first colored woman to enter that insti
The first remark of the president
upon reaching Washington was that he
was glad that he had gone south he
. thought the trip had done good. We
are sure of it.
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Capt. O. M. Carter, since the court
martial findings, not allowed to leave
New York city, can for the next month
travel about anywhere within the eon
ftues of the Vlilted States.
The querulous Springfield Republi
can wonders at Booker Waihlagton
for riding in the same carriage with
(he president at Tuskegee. when hi*
brothers iu color had lie. n barred from
participating in the Atlanta parade the
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He said nothin* la Angus's regard
I tag lb* Cubans theaßaetves. but at oth-
J.r point. Aavaaaah especially, from
| his words it would stem that the heavy
I Major Geaeral has not a very high
I opinion of them Ills word* la Ba
vanaah. according to the Associated
tTene, were as follows:
"It stems to aie." saM Oeaerai Hhaf ,
tar. ’ that a great many peraowt have
aa erroaeout Idea reapacilag our rela
tlonshlp with the Cubaaa. Aa I view
It wo have taken Spain's war upon
| ours, Ivea. We shall Is all probabil
ity bear a great deni more stout the;
’’How about self-government for the
I Cubans?" General Shafter wa* anke#
I •’Self-governmanl!** he repeated. |
why those people are ao more fit for
•elf-government than gunpowder Is for
General Shatter la a soldier and a
(dual man. and these words ara eer
lalnly plain and eiplleit enough
There la neither diplomacy or equivo
cation In the statement, and If the
general'* remarks ar# to be verified,
there may be some tittle wprk. apart
from the routine of garrieoa duty, for
Kitsbugh Lee and our Third Oeorgla
PEO ROT AHTI.
The New York Herald the other day
'complied a table purporting to show
bow tha dally newspapers of «b# couo
! try stood on the question of expansion.
In the case of the Georgia papers. The
Herald placed them all "against.
! Wherein It made quite an error. The
' N*w York paper s Augusta namesake,
for one. le most decidely pro and not
anti on the subject. A* the president
said day before yesterday, we must not
now turn from the duties, as well as
the opportunities. Imposed by our
The president further said:
"If, following the clear precepts of
duty, territory falls to us, and the wel
fare of au alien people requires our
guidance, who will shrink from the
responsibility, grave though it be?”
Straight ahead to the responsibili
ties and opportunities of a larger na
tional existence than was dreamed of
by any American twelve months ago.
"Whatever covenants duty has made
for us in the year 189 S. we must keep."
Yes, the covenants will be kept.. The
American flag will ;tay.
the wist end cheistmas tree.
The children of the factory opera
tives In West End will be madr gln,l
on Friday by the generosity of Iho
army officers and ladles and gentlemen
and ehlldren of Augusta. There will
come a ray of sunshine Into the hearts
of the.* little ehlldren who know so
little of the comforts and pleasures of
life. To them, despite the Impoverish
ed condition of their parents it. will be
! an ideal Christmas day. It will Unger
;lu their memories all their lives. It will
Iteeeh them to love their more pros
perous fellow children whose generous
little hearts have yielded up so much
of their own Christmas cheer in order
to make their lees fortunate MUle
brothers sud eistsrs happy ou the
birthday as their davlor. It will even
make the ysrskts *f ties* little ones
think ksstet of mankind. It is a di
rect blot? at anarchy and socialism.
It is the putting into practice the
teachings of Him who so loved the
poor. _ _
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November, as* It In * hnrged d alkrr j
| <lid It to ivsnsl a shortage.
! An a real men I of anldler* going]
through Mien to Cuba paeaed by the (
•Confederate monument the colonel sa-j
I luted, the men presented arm* snd the
j rsgtmenisl rolstt were dipped.
It I# understood on good nnfhwtty
that the two factions of the Third Bat»-
| tint church in Atlanta have at last
| reached a mutual understanding re
garding the disposition of that church.
Although tnvtted by the tiaptlet home
mission hoard to go to Cuba and organ
j ix* * church In the etty of Havana for ,
the benefit of Itaptlet American resl
' dent* IT. W. If. Ijuidrum of Atlanta
j hat not yet accepted.
■ A number of naval store* men at the
Marie Hotel .Quitman, have organised |
one of the largest naval store# com pa -!
me* in the Houth. The caplial stock of,
dll* company Is (l«.«M. with the prlv
; liege of Increasing It to Mi WO. They
will operate principally tn doutb Geor
gia. Alabama and Florida.
A llllle S years old boy of Jack Max
well has been burned to death at Al
pharetta. The family were In the field
1 picking cotton and had a lire there The
little fellow was placed near It to keep
: warm, and while the older one* were
j picking Cotton his clothe* (j*ught afire
I and he was fatally burned before help
Eldorendo I* on the Georgia Pine
I railway midway between Halnbridge
land Colquitt. It I* situated amidst a
j ,mod farming country and has a saw
i milt and a turpentine manufactory.
Many dwelling* and business houae*
are now under coii*iructlon. Including
'h neat and commodious Baptist church
which will soon be completed. It bids
fair to be one of the best and most
progressive town* on the road.
After a short campaign without inci
dent to excite enough Interest to bring
out a full vote, Coweta has Just Joined
that column or dry countie* In Georgia,
and the licensed sale of liquors will
cease a* soon a* the people’s verdict
can become effective. Both sides were
confident of victory, with the chances
decidedly In favor of the wet*, until
about two week* ago. The county vot
ed for the sale. 87',; against the sale.
A borne, a wagon and a nigger re
cently- took a tumble down a sixty
foot embankment In Athena. The ac
cident occurred at the Soabourd trestle.
The negro ami the horse were uninjur
ed, but the wagon was shattered Into
a hundred plecea. It was miraculous
that both negro and horse were not
instantly killed, but the negro evident
ly fell on his head and the horse prob
ably fell on the negro. In Ibis way on
ly can the escape from death be ex
Washington Oasette: Three revenue
officers CHine In on the train Wednes
day night and went out in the country
looking for a moonshine still. They
captured Haynle Harper and about a
thousand gallons of low wine, that was
about ready to run through the still,
but they fatled to find the still. The
revenue officers evidently have no ter
rors for Harper .as they had him up
before the 1 Tilted States court a few
months ago charged with the same of
fense. The man and their prisoner wep-
Wt aught to Augusts
At this iiiValce It looks as It the
stavs goxdrimsnt of PsuaifiSaßta coa
gisted ot four branches, namely, the
executive, the legislative, ibe Judiciary
and M. S. Quay.—N. Y. Mall and Ex
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SNm* men are quite fegotar to thetr
haMta, hot ilwtr hahtta are Sag.
Aa ex*-he«»• of servant# te oo# may
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search of the man It would soon get I
hot tn lb# crowd.
Mr Henry Irving will resume the J
management of tits theatre, tot la nil,
probability will never act again.
Camille d’Arvtlle may go to Germany j
anon to Join a stock company under,
management of Guatav Atnherg.
Hall Catos return* to England thla
month to resume work ut i a play which j
he hopes to complete In a few month*. I
Mr*. Jams# Brown Potter ha* heen
| very aerloualy HI and I* Ju*t I’oovalr#.--
ing. one pot thirty poocd* In weight.
When the poetically Inclined lovrr I
gets all broken up regarding hi* sweet
heart. he Is very likely to send her some
of hi* piece*.
tn Adelaide. Australia, the police de-
I pertment anvea annually upward# of
$4,000 by mounting Its men on bicycles
Instead of home*.,
one of the best aids toward* begin
ning the new- year properly I* *o end,
the old year correctly. Better com
mence to reform now.
poors can he easily kept closed by a
• new spring attachment formed of an
I expansible spiral spring, fastened ai
one end to the door frame, with a cord
!iunnlng from the uther end through
pulleys lo the top of the door, the
spring stretching when the door Is pull
A Hungarian has patented a doll
which will blow soap bubble*, an ex- j
pansible rubber bulb inside the body ,
being depreaaed at the back after th*
tube extending from the mouth is dip
ped In the water, blowing air through
the tube and expanding the ntm at the
end of the tube.
Oil lanterns are prevented from ex
ploding when tipped over by the use of
a new burner attachment, constating
of a weighted slide Inside the Isntern,
which hold* the wick and Is balanced
so that a tip of the lantern' causes it
to fall Into the burner opening and
prevent the oil from running out.
A combined boat, tent and bed has
been designed for caaipeis' use, consis
ting of a canva* cover, to be fastened
to the mast and extended to the edges
of the boat to enclose part of it, the bal
ance being covered by canvas stretched
on a tow frame, with a mattress under
neath. which can be folded when not
Yes. they have the flattering tongue,
those Irish boys. ’‘Och, 1 wish I was in
Jail for stealin - ye." was the compli
ment one of them paid to a pretty col
leen. Even when they get a refusal
they have a soft word to say. Eileen
was engaged to another boy, and so
she had to say "No” to Tim when he
asked her. *‘Wi*ha thin. ’ said Tim,
with a sigh. "1 wish you’d been born
twins, so that I eud have half of yes.
Happily many of the marriages in
rural Ireland have their spice of ro
mance. The match is made by the boy
an# girl them##lve*. An Irish peanut
inalg in the heyday of her yauth, with
hsi pretty figure, her abundant black
hkir her large blue eje*. with their in
describable hair arch;, halt *hy expres
stvn, is quite Irresistible, and the boy
has too often an Impressionable heart
and a "deludhertng tongue" to render
it always necessary that the parents
should make th* bargain.
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/ to cents to (I.M. V |
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J order on Monthly and Tut»- l
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221 (9th) CAMPBELL STREET.
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WAVE CREST GOODS
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Dmtßfe Carts art BTkieti
Games. Juvenile and Toy Book*
of *v«ry kind sad dsocriptiuo at
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i VIENNA CABINET /
/ BRANDS OF /
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? ARE THE BEST C
S AbK 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 & 2 Library Building.
CLOSING OUT SALE
In order to close out my entire
etock of woolens by the first
of February, by the pattern or made
to order, 1 will sell at anil below
Merchant Tailor, 743 Broad St.
Silk Suspender* in Boxes at 50 cents.
Gents’ fine Neckwear at 25 amt 50 cents.
Ladies and Gent's 3tlk Gartata at 25
and »0 cents. L*dl*» »nd Gents' fine
ant HsndkershiefS from 25 cents to J 2.
Ladits snd #«nta' Bun Ciribreiix* from
*1 25 up. Fine Walking c#n*a from 2s
.cent* up. Gents’ fin# GiwvsS us #ll
kind*. Flair, snd fancy Sot**, Shirts
-and underwear and ai) aotner tiling:*
,n,jt mentioned at reasonable pfices. I-.
U, Met tins, the Tailor and Gent's Fur
nisher, opposite Planters Hotel,
7H# Entire Uf# of HutU
: fill holiday nov«>tA#*, ill
out oo t«bkM In c#nt*» of
floor*. Everything mAfkt#
in #*ln fifurw *o that you
COn •**• th# fMiC4Mk> B#«u
tlfui TotH o#cor#t#d Atu
mi«#r* for OOc. Hundrodt
of Oottlo* of Coioffno* and
Extract*, and * bo* wKh
bottl#of Extract* and coho
of Soap for 20e, B# cor*
tain to *aa my Una.
L. A CABLE.
PROF. P. M. WHITMAN,
to* 7# St., Aaca*#. o*.
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mK grisg* ## ,w>n #nc «** •#s»-
FREE OF CHAf&E JsJhsZ
COAL and WOOD
- FKOM THE -
North August* Coal A Supply Co
lp#*l)lf mm v,u#tHy i,u#«»i**d.
F W SCOFIELD, PRESIDENT
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Eastman s KODAKS.
We sell Eastman’s Kodaks
and alt 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.
Richards & Slayer,
827 Broad St., City.
Paine, Murphy & Co.
803 Reynolds st im#"* 1
1 male Lca*ea * ire* Lit get to New York
Chicago sud New Orleans.
Order* executed over our sire# for
Cotton. Blocks, Bonds, Grain and Pro.
visions for r#*h or on margins. Loc#l
securities bought snd sold. Refer#ne«r
—National Exchange Bank of Augusta,
or Mercantile Agencies.
Number 32 Telfair street—Four room
house—Lot 40x190 feet.
Ten acres of land on the Saftd Hills,
near Hotel Bon-Alr. Dwelling of 13
rooms, stable, barn snd servant house.
Will sell at a sacrifice.
Three email houses and lota on Sand
Hills. Will sell separately or all. at a
*7 Acres of land near Wrlghtsboro
road, one mile above city’s new wster
50 acre# of land near Mllledgeville
road, seven miles from court house.
Clarence E. Clark
832 Broad Street.
gH#»T beg to notify mv friends snd
customers that I have added another chair
to my Barber Shop, making *ix first-class
Barbers, and I hope to accommodate my
customers without waiting.
HOT AND COLD BATHS.
COME EARLY AND OFTEN TO
Hickey’s Barber Shop
212 & 214 Eighth St.,
OPPOSITE ARLINGTON HOTEL.
g BRASS BAND OUTFITS
PIANOS, GROANS and
J MUSICAL INSTRUfIENTS,
Tu. Everything New In
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THOMAS & BARTON, Augusta,Gt.