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Mr gpd Mi'*. F F Mn*l*r gaad# i
flynng vMt Aflguatd M<>»d»v
Mr L*o Wlbma «#• th# gft* •* «»f
j|t F W Huffma* A*mday h> Irft
OH the rrpiiwi *Hli • Mid for,
#■ Mr Hfbi p»t#. ouf !?*irn iuftr#bal.
wo# railed to lb# bed ildr at Mt mb«
Mr WSH paid, fa AiigoMt. who ii *»rv
Mi*# |jim Holt lloffman opr »f
in* her •-oiiimu.. Him Lilli# Huffman.
Mr. Sam Hard*, of ffidvllfr. vaa (hr
Christmas at (hr Hum Moral Nursery
What la more appropriate f«r a alfl
t«» a i*.iy than a growing plant or a
tkm'iuot 4 luvriy flower#. much aa w#
grow? W# have kivrly cglla iIW In
<i, ,n* at !#• . ll»t. fl and II 2i whll#
rprli. |bf*i |t ISr and SO*’. Aftparagu#
for nr grown by ua ar# lovely at M*
•ach thru thr pietty umbrella palm*,
that will grow anywhere. with lot# of
at abort noth**, Roue* and camaiiop*
Tmw tn bloom for ClrHtßMli: «*rd#r ear- j
ly and you will not be dftaa Kirin tod; al*
no lovely grafted i#d crab* * tout c*xt*ia;
t*» full bloom—a lovely table decora*
Thank* I ntended.
To the Editor of The Herald—
Sir: We. the member* of K Co.. IT»th
Mmneaota. aincerefy thank Mr. Bro< H* ,
of B Co. f»»r the piece he wrote In mern- j
ory of our anaacot.
But he not knowing Chl’a history, we j
will give It to you In a* few word* a*
poaalble We obtained <*hl at Chtegg© j
during a atop made there on our way
\tt Camp Meade. Penn.
Chi wa* prenented to u* by a railroad j
man at the atock yard*. He wa* hand- i
ed through the window.
And alnce that time he ha* gone by
the name of Chi. in memory of Chid-1
go Chi haa always *lef*t between A. j
Grave* and myself like any aoldler.
And there never wa* one more thought
of nor knew the bugle rails better than
thl* same Cbt.
He wa* always the first In line no
matter where he wa*. He would start
a* soon a* the bugle sounded.
He was known all over the ramp a«
A . Grover * dog. and when he was kill
ed we all took It very murh to heart, j
One of the greatest mourner* in ramp*
} s g , B— ran be seen at any
time going around wltn bowed head.
Hut let anyone mention Chi’* name,
and B will prick up ear* and start
on a run for K street.
Chi wa* killed December 14th. We
placed him in his last resting place,
and erected a stone over him with his j
name cut In It. And we pray that who
ever comes across his resting place will
see that his grave is not disturbed.
CO. K. bVTH MINN. VOL.
Maiilard’s Eating and Cooking Choc
olate at Clark s.
An Endless Job.
When the froth is in the schooner
And the schooner’s on the bar
Hear a word of kindly warning
And just stop right where you arc;
There * a lot of trouble waiting
For the foolish one* who try
To prevent the world from having
A too mighty beer supply; /
Letour brothers take their chances,
Do not seek to save them by
Cutting short the brewer's output,
Fur tlie faucets won't run dry,
So give up the noble project,
Arid just stop right whfie you are
When the froth is in the schwoner.
And the schooner's on the bar.
Hat Racks, finest line and lowest pri
ces in city at. Fleming & Bowleg.
4 •*— »•« **, m l—fi > * m
A mu* tiji'i »•*mi g#* «iis
«Ag« lb# M «**«•#*« % tIN
40 A#(§**•«# A* tHMI i# t%
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rnt#na ined at tlN4# iHSI H» B »*lb
MlßftHwHa t'i|i>tsin Fl nr nottt d'gflP
|«itb intrn#i. And Mp*4 1#
! make ‘b# evening a % terg ffkAlMHit ■
|Tb* * eeffl tsiftMUbl In lb' farfll# baain
L| e <l< r Jem* s* at#* wa* fifi Kell* f
if! Augnate H* fr«i«**all Hrtt lb#v 4*
if In |*r*‘% Itbaia f*w a it* »» »>
that Kill# wa* etieated »*H n * earvln#
tew meat* hihi *ii #**'■ *
I Fdlund famtaKed
I gefier**en y . miwsi ’
\mmm appr«*|*rtele IPjuta npieiHUg*
whirli esllilatPAie bm «i** n**i MitiikaP.
itt UiC coffee variety Tbe Imy* d»» n-*t
! i ?l («>nd that t*amp Hfe *hat! ae|»ri\ e
left immediately, not *» murh her aup *
|of Keliet 'a music, as because taps ##f* j
For Infant* and Children.
The Rind You Hate Always Bought
paoh FRon pouch doccet.
Thf rn-.rnln« » «wi» at re. ord
r A*..y and Mary fleary. two I
dusky damsel*. Herr fin. .! It SO at.lwe .
A. Itn>al »«s found Hrtnik In ths Ar
lington alley- He pal.l
Ben Puyton, hho «»s on a tear In n
saloon on o«”*r Broad and someone l
aheved him throuarh a window *laas.
He naa fined *2.50.
|,ll la Hanklnaon was n>*t railed up,
for not at rout! yesterday,
morning as a witness *he told the
Juice that Henry Coleman, the father ,
of the woman against whom she waa to
appear, told her that the ease waa not .
eomlng up and made her leave. I.ula
was dismissed and Henry waa fined i
five dollara or ten days.
————— ——— #
T'liipa and de.-ora_tl.tns of all klr.da nt ;
i Ptjrtlne I nivorsllv Exponent.)
The pliarmsc) Juniors don’t seem to .
know- their class yell. I Hive U again
for the benefit of ’hose who don’t know
it. and now "let's g?i u move on us" I
and let the seniors hear our yell ouen
* A man is apt to drink mineral water
when he feels rocky.
sos all styles— pretty. We can also
urni ah Palms. Rubber and other plant*
J here is n* thing more appreciated by
alady for a Xmas gift.
Plant Now t&
per one hundred. White .Silver Skin
and Yellow Danvers. Orion Set*. OeoT
eia Seed Rye, SI.OO per biiflhe’. Chinese
Rose, (Winter) Kaddisb-Seed.
IN HOT bKOff—Augusta Early
Trucker Cabbage Seed. D 1S litue to
plent. Sweet Peat—ounce 10 eat*.
Hyacinths, I’ulipa, Cr&cus Narclsaua
and pther spring oJtjoro'ng buibs.
gaF«t a/t in and see us.
ALEXANDER SEED CO.
ec'2 Broad Street.
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ijit,, «gs At# w«w k 9- a*i wa #'s#£**"4
Gam** And toy*. Our
stock i a •normoui. A
j»i>i«ndid AAiACtlon, 0 c«nt»
up Cal* and im at
Richard* A Shavar**.
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f * vfttetaaa ttf th# rimf* <i**r a> *
if h# h**! lo OmWffMwA
<M»a «'»fH»gA. «Ae iMirintlr |*eogl# **f
tAat town touM Aav* fttta# him I# 4
| tmti suit c»f rcmfwt#r#t# gr#jr ii wa*
getting warm for him. sot a fart. #tt«l
1 f here la go telling what w<*til4 hat#
happened hat for th# apeclal rallroatf
•rfcedut# on arhiro hi* train wa# n»n.
When th# pr«**id#nt c»»niea to t*harl#i*
i«to nest May. if th# president s tailor
will tie plod enough to aeatl tA* pteai
dent * measure. • full »UM of th- right
j color will be waiting for him- and all
the cor federate veteran* from all the
confederate Mate* will be here lo honor
| h Tbe cloth for the greatrtont’« *uit
jof eonfed date grey which he will
] w . ar f,,r tbe ftr*t time at tbe confe<ler
' at- reunion in t ’barlcrt. n next Mag -
i that I* If «e ran catch hliu ought to
i of South Carolina grown wool, I
I woven on ah old fashioned loom aud
rut according to the style of “the brave,
day* of old.** lo mcA attlr# tbe prwi-1
j .» p. wk(iul4 look well, and with hi* Ma
| ron ifftdKc and otAer confederate rniuv#- :
! nlr*. he would he able to go right Into
jthe fraternal spirit of the great ore#-,
aloft.—Chart#*too New* and Courier.)
A splendid assortment of
of fashionable Pocket
Books and Card Cases in
best leathers for men and
Richards & Shaver’s.
A MOT BRICK
Presented Irs HcKlnley Secures
••Aunt nartha” a Position
An a. t of thoughtfulness on the part.,
of an old negres* In Atlanta for the j
roA)fort of the first lady of the land
has secured her a much coveted posi-j
lion on tbe white house kitchen staff
On the first day of the peace jubilee .
in Atlanta, the thermometer was very
low. the air was damp and the ladles
of the presidential party were dubious
about participating In the floral pn
Owing to her delicate state of nealtn
Mrs. McKinley was loth to exposober
! self, but not wishing to disappoint,
those v/bo had reckoned on her appear- i
anoe hiavet| the chill and rode out In j
an open carriage. Her carriage had j
j just passed under the jubilee ardh and |
was compelled to stop for a few min-
I „t- •* on account of the crush, when
< Aum Martha." a well known and re
spectable old negress of Atlanta, ad
vanced from tbe packed mass with a
bundle in her hands. Going straight,
up to the presidential carriage, she
.-aid to Mrs. McKinley. "Missus, it’s too;
cold for you to be out today, and I s<* j
brought you a hot brick to keep your,
ft.t warn," adjusting the brick at the,
So touched was the wife of the pres-]
ident by this little attention, that ah’e.
Investigated the qualification* of the,
old woman, and before she left Atlanta
tendered her a position. "Aunt Mar
tha -elates the incident with much
pride and has attained new importance
among the negroes in the capital city.
Onyx Tables at prices
that will surprise you. Just
the thini? for a Rift.
At Richards & Shaver’s.
"the royal oamg.
Oolf Tournament to Be Held on the
31st of January.
A golf tournament will be held on
January 81, at the Bou Aii Golf club
links. The members who will enter i
arc requested to notify the secretary.
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M la* I hit
4 (ft#*#-? |»#• * A#
I Ambtf frail I* 4# vm »•»-•»■ b 19## #it|4W#
. * |.|» n Kgsf i>r*9#r som#
y. ...I - iu.fi *|m. 9i«*n«*r of taping
*«r«U4 «•( <hat»< t#r, and la a* loyahk •*
i, i. It »* witli aimrrr v#”
gif*i that h#t* ntnnli#vft#ai •i I *#**f#** •»'**
a*# ay g*»#n **f i»r*.#n «l«dh trim
im* in idatk braid and bull! «v#r Am
Vrfrwn H*»auly allk. with a large pb lur#
h#t hronn v#lv#i with ll|»* Hh# eftf-j
■ «|th h«*r fathar. Mr. l***«*rg# L.
[ < 111 V 'T
Th#* iiitiiri «err Mr. U. H. Coffin.
M>. Andrew Mr Knight. Mr Kd Hafer.
- r»l Mr John Oliver. Mr. DlffW get*
!, Mfl man. attn—|HPtrd th#
L ruam the altar. wh#r# the reremnny
w#s Impreaatv* t? performed by l>r.
An Hatxnale breakfaet vrn aerved at
tuMni •«» (hr bridal Tarty, and linmedl
. I nfier the t erenmny the y«»ung
• oui»b l«»ft f«r rhaliai»«M»ga, via Atlan
ta ft her# Mr. P*-ndl#t«»n ha* a r#a|H*a
*lbb* p*aHtinn nlth the Houthem Ki*
pr**# fompany. »n«J where he U a*
highly thought of a* In thla, hi* ofd |
The home of Mr. Thoms* J VVll
llam* on lower Green.- sired W»s ex- ,
dulsltely decorated today for thr mar-j
rta*c of Miss Willie Oulda Williams I
nod Mr. Charles Moore flcattergnod. of
Atlanta, which look place al mom. tin-
Rev. I>r. lainslng llurrowa oflldat-
Thc two targe room* were a beautiful
array of holly and mistletoe and other
Christmas green*. The dining r*'"Ui
was especially effective In Its lovely
floral adornments The table, a mastet
pli-.-e of rrt. from which the elaborate
breakfast was seived. was the liandl
werk of Mrs. Pedigo
Tlie luldal part \ siood Immediately
between the folillng doom. The allen
ilants were Miss Fannie Htehblna with
Mr John Pedigo and Hip Uimlf Wil
liams with Mr. Will Stebblns. The
Pride work a very becoming going awav j
K ,,wn of brown cloth with a white vd
vd vest, and a brown hat trimmed In j
white velvet and coque plumes. She,
carried white i-mrnatlona and maiden
halt funs tied with white ribbon*.
The• ytivipK couple left on the c- 1
train for Atlanta, where Mr. Scatter
gioai has an Important position w-'iib
the Postal Telegraph company.
Among ihe many handsome present*
which testified lo the popularity of the j
youn*. couple was a silver water-set
presented by the employes of the Jos
(al Telegraph ofllc# In Atlanta.
Still tpiite a number of holiday
goods, which we have reduced 25 per
We would be pleased to have you
call and examine our line. We do not
expect to carry a piece over, and if
close prices and nice goods count, we
guarantee to please yod.
COMB AND BiU’SII SETS.
MIRRORS, POCKET KNIVES,
CIGAR CASES, ATOMIZERS,
We carry a full ljne of
Roger & Gallett Extracts and Soaps.
Colgate & Co, Exlracts and Soaps.
Palmers Extracts and Toilet Waters.
We have Ilie following in bulk at 50
cents per Ount-e; i.azellH. Seely’s, Pul
we,-'* and ViUlets of Sicily, Howard's
Imperial Cologne. Sold in any quan
tity at $1.25 per pint.
c. H. HOWARD, JR.,
Druggist, - - 008 Broad St.
fftr» fa#* ■* *.»••>»
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4ft#| *li■!##*>»M| aft#*-*#* 4 !**»' «* •• t ]
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I«»# rank thtniM tak# th# lnlti»tl%’#
|« frt#nff iw» arkn«sftl#slg»n* nt n##d b«*
I m«d# lo lh# «if »n*» r: though both m#vi j
Hollar \ma* Dinner lor I nor Person*.
The November laid lea' llmne Journal
four person* and goata one dollar:
(*r#am <*f T«»mat*» H'Uiii
Hr#ud ftlit ka
j H*dl#d Cnftftah Plrtgtor* !
L#ttu«*#. Fr#m h Dr#**lng
• Mock ('hgrtott*
Coal of malcrlala: fine can lomatoe*.,
Ifk-. ■me quail milk ><•'. “he lemon In:
one and i.ne-half pound codfish 15c : J
four potato*** s«' four pound* lamb 3«< :
oru* cup rice 3c: one head salad It- ,
four t a blest ee.n fU I* °U coffee and
chicory 4c: four eggs 5. cheese, butter,!
Incidentals. 12* — total coat, *I.OO.
Dinner al the .sheltering Arm*.
on Christmas eve the mothers of the
children cared for by the Sheltering,
Arms Will be given a dinner by the,
ladles Interested In thl* charity. Uona-I
tlnns fur this dinner will he sent tomor-j
row lo Mr*. T. W. Alexander and Mr*, j
Wllberforc* Daniel. The regular Chrlat- ,
ma* tree and fea*t for the Uttlc ones,
w 111 be given In the Wednesday follow- ,
A brilliant social event of Christinas j
w.ck will he the Gulf Tournament tn
lie held on the afternoon of December
Miss Ollte Harris has returned from
the Georgia Normal and Industrial
School to spend the holidays with Mrs.
H. o. Miller.
Mrs. Clara Clayton Burwell Is spend
ing Ihe holidays with her daughter/
Mrs. Clarence Reman. In Gainesville,
Miss Mary Hracey has returned horn
the Georgia Normal ami Industrial
School to spend the holidays at home.
Hr. and Mrs. A. H Schwa, ke of
charleston are guests or Mri and Mrs.
George Toale on Reynolds Street.
Mr. David Jordan and Mr. Geoi’g*j
Howard will return tomorrow- fur Hie
Technological School In Atlanta.
Miss Ethel Sibley, of Jackson. Miss..
Is expected next week as the guest
of Miss Isabelle Clark.
Miss Clarice Barksdale has issued in
vitations to a card party for next Wed
Mrs. Collins of Detroit Is the guest
of her daughter, Mrs. VV. /. Holliday.
Miss Isabelle Clark is expected home
this afternoon from Converse College.
Misses Maty and Hannah Neely are
guests of Mr. John Neely.
Mr. John Clark is expected home to
morrow from Mercer.
A marriage license was issued by
Ordinary Walton this morning to Mr.
Marcus L. Haire. of Thomasville, who
will shortly wed Miss Eva llriilwell, of
The Retort Rode.
Gladys-—Wbaf frauds these beggars
arc. i m*t a "blind man" just now
who Said. "Please give me a panfiy,
In ai.tiful lady."
badic Yes. he said that to make you
think he really was blind.
MrSome article of Furniture makes
(he moss useful Xmas Present. Ladies'
Desks, Chiffoniers. Rockers. China Cases,
Pictures. Best goods. Lowest prices.
PADGETT FURNITURE CO
umi ti« iittsiitT•”*»•"• •" ■'
■ lIUtIKMH IN COlltill,
M« ft alls *. I tstpMv* • |mM «f MM
l*»t« *W. Jow V**
i atigpf i,,f *t slanti nxedliu* <> > i.wX
llofwy Waiter* elwai aMI kl-kM K.’wka
tn thl# rouatjr. Walter* escaped af
ter the killing and hi *llll at large.
PROHIBITS CHEWINO TOBACCO
Lhcaapeakr and (Milo’a Lflort to Keep
Car* and Station* Clean.
Cincinnati, fief. St.—An effort la be
ing made by the Chesapeake and Ohio
railroad officials to Improve the sani
tary condition* of the station* and >he
passenger coaches, by issuing nn order
Ijilm* -dng totmceo chewing. Copies of
the order have teen gcnerotijly dlrlrl-;
lotted at the shop* and yards in Coe-;
Ingtott. and in the station* on the Ken -,
torky and Ohio aide* of tha river, and
have caused considerable atlr among
the railroad men and the tobacconist*. (
The railroad authorities believe that
while they will not be able to stop
chewing, they will be able to some
extent to prohibit spitting about the
at a I ions and coaches.
4,000 COFFIN 8.
Kush Order Lor Caskets Given hy
Pittsburg. Pa.. Dec. 2^,— Hugh or
ders for 4,000 coffins havp been given
by the war department to the National
Casket company of this city. The cof
fins must be delivered In New York
within thirty day*. From there they
will lie sent to Cuba, Porto Rico and
all the state rolllitary camps and post*
where United States soldiers are bur
ied. The lioiWea will be disinterred,
placed hi the coffins and brought home.
Those not claimed by relative* or
friends will be rel titer red in national
Each coffin will be xine lined and air
tight to prevent contagion. All are lo
tie finished in oak, rosewood or mahog
any and will be lined with Ratlti.
Will Tifton Rise From tier
Tifton, Ga., Dec. 22.—Tifton will I
rise again, and In greater strength and
beauty than ever before. Plans are
now being made to erect three splendid
brick blocks where the lire swept the
frame buildings away on Saturday
night and It Is probable lhal by the
, ’osc of the week It will have been de
cided to rebuild all Hie burned t»rri
tdry with tirst-dasa brick structures.
It is probable that the Masons will
rebuild a more ’beautiful temple on
thelr lot, one which wilt be an honor
to llie city and a credit to tbe lodge.
81l s prices.
Trunks, Bags, Dress Suit Cases, Pocket Books, Purses, Etc.
- LAKOttsT AND CHEAPEST AMRiRTMENT IN THE CITY- -
repairing BY expert trunk makers.
Augusta Trunk Factory,
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by a not iriona woman (’apt 9t##M
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highly rrapr«*t#N| rltla#na. H# waa
rhl#f of th# vo!i»nt##r dr# d#i>arttii#nf
of Rom# for ta*o y#ara an»s wa* cap
tain,of the Rom# Light Guard*.
Th# poll## ar# looking for an un
known negro boy. who att#mpt#d tn
aaaault * widow named Mr*. Hard! i
in th# Fifth ward night before laat.
A Worthy Peraon.
To th# Editor of Th# H#rald—ffrj
Mr*. Jaan#r Hhlrl#y. living at 14tft
Jon**# #tr##t. ha# h##n afflicted with
nor# #y**# and hi indue*# for nearly two
year#. Sh# t# In needy clrcumatahfir##.
Sh»* ha# on# ntnall child and ha# no w*v
to support It. Hh# ft a# a hardworking
w oman a* long n# «h»* ft a# a hi# to
do anything 1 have don** all I could
for her. and I now f##l It my duty to
call on someone that’a more abb*. God
love# th# cheerful giver and will re
ward everyone that aid# thia call. Any
thin* in th# Hn# of cloth##. #ho## or
provision* or wood ft'ill h# thankfully
received. Y trust Rom# of th# good peo
ple of th# city will read this and con
sider her circumstance* and help h-T
remember that If It be evdr #o little. sh«
will he very thankful.
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