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aaatrj to our colttttttt*. Jot* them
tto Mart# Trr*M tit* broken to too. 1
Harold toitork* f*toli» l* l*-t *•*! !
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Tto trip »n m* to tor* Jumped from _
Near Yurt to Auguaia ,
Th* New Yotk Hoard of Heath taye j
Iftf |f)g ill CCBti|IOUA.
Th«y or* hating hartl work to wciir* 1
the jity to try Pet Htrahan.
Ethan Alien llttrbn* k, aearetary < f j
tto Inter tor. tie* BHaa. resigned.
T« M» a minute a W alt street clerk
lust securities worth *6*.(HiO yeofcrday.
There Is said to be an exodus of u*-
irots from Onsswood county over In
Thera Is talk In Savsnnah of rutting
Ibe salary of the pew eupcrlntundcnt of
Prof Horses 'ecture was unusual!/
Interesting owing to hi* ability as
Hobson's rw ulatory r#c >rd, from
Auguat 6 to date, is 583 and Ktwiea*
City only readied
The twenty rallltons will have to be
paid within three months of tbo rati
fication of the peace treaty.
The eat that was saved from the
ChrUtohal Colon by the crew of the
Oregon la dead In Michigan.
Elections commence rather early Ip
the coming year Summerville
having one on the 7th proximo.
The German edition of Blwtrck 3
"thoughts am! ReeollecUonV edit
flora Stuttgaiito Letpale w.’ighei 157
Charleston and Savannah aetm to
have a pretty even thing of It as an
embarking point for Cuban-bound
All of the womrn elerks and sten
ographers In the employ of the Chicago
and Northwestern railroad have been
No better appointment rotild have
bei>n made than that of Mr. Lamar to
the Board of Examiners for admlssiou
to the bar.
Kx-Sehatur Blackburn has a long
head on his shoulders. It appears. If*
Is even now laying his fences for a
"Mr. Nemo, of Nowhere.” Is In a
Jersey City hospital with mind a per
feet blank as to who he Is and where
ie comes from.
The lawyers had It hot and heavy
i cs’terflny in Charleston over the dif
f< .me* ••between a “qualified elector"
ami a "registered qualified ”
Dip hundr -1 thousand do’lr.- fees for
certain of the peace commissioners will
not to paid without protest. U seems,
and emphatic once, too, in the part of
the press. „ , i 4. j
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[ aiohrtt of hi* rahlaet and ** Klee
I hereaith another teiecram art Mr
Waat. aflar a talk with torretary
Tto aoralary aaldi
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rout her a awn uadermtaada tb* a**ro
'better than the of tto north
I When I talked to th* rotated boy*
rttiwo here tto last tta»», I advised tbeoi
to keep out of polltirr 'Now, bays 1
said, ‘gat out your petKlU and paper.
In nae column put rk>wn the sala t*-*
I of every politician hol-Hna *dtoe ta thl*
I t your I country, la a parallel cnluma
I put down tto Dumber of eggs laid In
tb* roantry. Tto ton* will make
more money every <la> that th* pa t*
mrisDi Ttor.fnr*. raise more
! ,-htrkra* raise more noli and learn
(«, iikp your farm pwy tad pmdnff i
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gro Kdu.ation gad scPotlfk farming
will bring him wciltb and ladfpcad*
Th** HtuntPn f*n (hen b# tumined
> up we lot loam:
The reptib loan party bar reared toi
consider the negro ai the "ward of the'
nation." add every day sees the true
I condition made more clearly apparent .
| to northern eyes.
The negro’s future depend* flrat on
himself, and »*coad on tto white man
of the south.
tot him cease to look to Washington
I for relief, but to hi* own arms, tot
I him recognise the fart that hts i<**'
friends are help, and not a Himmainl
miles away nuiong people who have
never seen him.
The solution is rlghl here. ,
CKCAKTAIT OF COMMIkCI
Another till! ha* been presented In 1
congress, this) lime by Representative i
Hepburn, chairman of the committee •
on Interstate and foreign commerce j
to create a department of commerce .
and Industry, which shall be presided !
over by a secretary, who wIP. lie a
member of the cabinet. The proposed
department is to have general Jurisdic
tion over "the foreign and Internal
commerce of the I'nlted States, except
In so far as relates to the collection of
the revenue and the administration of
the customs and Internal revenue
It is also to have Jurisdiction over all
matters relating to the manufacturing
Interests of the United States, includ
ing the extension of the foreign mar
kets for the same, and the Increase of
trade and trade far’lM ties with foreign
countries. The new secretary Is to
have and to perform all the duties now
Incumbent upon the secretary of tbe
treasury in relation to the trad*' and
commerce of the United Slates, whe
ther the same he upon laud or wa
To give Herald readers some Idea of
the relief that this contemplated de
partment will afford to th* secretary
of the treasury, the followiag buroaTis
are to be transferred to the new de
partment, namely, the life saving ser
vice. the lighthouse board, tbe marine
hospital service, the bureau of steam
boat inspedlou, the bureau of naviga
tion, the United States shipping com
merce, the bureau of immigration, the
United States coast and geodetic sur
vey, the bureau of statistics and tbe de
portment or labor. Considering our
enormous Increase of business, U
would seem as though the creation
of the new department was a necessi
There Is sabl to be an exodus of ne
groes oru Greenwood county over lit
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Waahiagtna Star regarding tto prral •
t limill trip, iif kUt« «rl4*ly <|uofw.
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If you would double your own enjoy
meat of Christmas, remember tto |
West End tree—aw to owe or more 1
•mall heart happy by your coutribu- I
Thr nomlaatioo of a dmd man wa*
‘ conArmetl by the Senate yesterday,
Private Talcott bring nominated and
confirmed three monthe after bis i
STOKIES IN THE NEWS.
How Moran Was Identified.
! Prank M«ran. the veteran exponent j
of negr<> minstrelsy, whoae death In :
Philadelphia ha* Juet tu-en recorded j
i was an Inimitable wit, even when net;
lln Cork He had won really w cosmo- 1
I politan fame. Aa one of the found*-**
! of the Benevolent and Protective Or*.
Ider of Elks he will be held In slTectlon
-1 ate memory. Beside* being a mlnatrel |
Moran was In former days an enthusi
astic volunteer fireman, flrat with the
Krafiklln and later with the Moyamen
sing Hone Companlea. In Philadelphia.
If he was late at <h» theatre It was a
!pretty auiy aign that there was a lire
In progress somewhere. It Is said that
the old "Moya" engine had a famous
toll, famous principally la-cause of Its
peculiar tone*. Once Moran was on the
stage when he heard the clang of the
bell, and before anyone could reason
with him he was off after hi* engine.
He was attired that night tn his "first
part" clothes, and with black face and
hands presented quite a curious sight
la the eltlien* at the lime.
Catching hi* company Just as they
were about getting a stream on the
tire, he tried to ler.d a hand, but was
promptly sent spinning by a giant
Irishman, the blow being followed by
an uncomplimentary allusion to the
black race generally.
"Bui I urn a member of the company,
I am Moran.” protested Frank.
Juet as he was In danger of beinr
made a football of, someone suggested
washing him. and the minstrel gladly
stood while the stream spoiled his burnt
cork and clothes together. Then he
took place at the pump.
President Dwight’s Firmness.
One of ex-Prealdent Dwight's first of
ficial acts after he became head of Yale
College wu* id accept from Mrs. Os
born ,of New York, the gift of a recita
tion h*H. the building of which would
necessitate the destruction of the fam
ous old Yale fence. The students had
an Indignation meeting at which Presi
dent Dwight appeared and said:
"Gentlemen, the corporation did not
consider It vise to'endanger a gift of
some tvvj hundred thousand dollar* for
the sake of a little sentiment. You
know It In an old saying that the light
ning dreg not strike twice In the same
place. I suppose that the best reason
that has ever been given for this phe
nomenon of nature Is that given by the
small boy. ‘because it doesn’t have to.’
Bishop Potter presided at the meeting
of the American National Red Cross
Relief Committee, held the other even
He said that when be Informed the
relief committee that he would lend his
approval In a benefit for soldiers the
committee put on a horrified expression
and he was asked if Ji« knew there
was a ballet Ln ill* show.
Mr. Dodge promptly rime to my
rescue." said the WshOp. “and assured |
the committee that If It vvete so be had j
a large supply of pajamas."
Professional wrestlers are speculat
ors for a fall.
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STATE NEWS IN BRIEF.
I Th# rwastng factory near Rochelle
I vm d»nn>r»4 by Hrv Krtdif inifiiAi.
[rfffttiQf » Inst *l***l of yiiUfWfßt,
j Tint **•*•# of til# ®ff t* lot teari*4
| Mr. 1.. M. Dmigbcng of CorAsl*
ibM «*r«ir*4 * emit ran for S** <*ordi <«f
’ flrt wrw«rf from to* foririßMit for **»l
diet* camped at Macon. Atlanta and
j Augusts aad to w sow putting the
| wood na tto llae of tto Georgia ttouib
' < ra sad Florida railway
The antl-dlwpsaeary voter# of Hatle-
I hurst told h meeting Saturday asd
, nominated ■ mayor and Sevan nlder
[ men to govern tto lowa for tto year
1 1*90. The meeting was largely attead
led and tto prop*' seeaisd dstermln**
that a dispensery shall aot be eetsb
It seems tto recent Are at Tlfton was
, eased from th# ssptoeion of i lamp
lln a bedroom in Mr*. A. Rhode*’
j boarding bouse, and Mr. Rhodes ban-
I tv escaped from the house with hts
children In bis arms Cot. C. C. Hall
jumped from a second story window
lid hit night robe w hich was all be
saved. Another guest escaped with
| his clothing* In hi* srms. The loss is
said to have been nearly $15,800, with
only about half that amount of Insur
. Rev. Lee M. Lyle, a member of the
North Georgia couferenre and for the
past two years pastor of the First
Methodist church st tiruuia. (Bed In
Hamptou. Oa.. Sunday, to which plara
He went on Tuesday lasi to lieglo his
past orate for the ensuing year. He
was » brave Confederate soldier, be
longing to Cobb's Legion. He had been
In the Methodist ministry for about
twenty-Ave year*, anil had Itelonged to
the Virginia and Maryland confer
enrra. In which formor state he was
The Dahlonega Consolidated Gold
Mining company, which was organized
the first of November, last, Is now
about to ia> into active operation. The
properties ln Question represent about
4.671 acres of mineral lands In the Im
mediate vicinity of Dahlonega. the
bulk of which ia gold bearing, but with
a 500-arre tract of roangHtiese deposits.
Most of the stock of this company has
been subscribed. The capitalization is
(S.ikM )PO. The home office is at To
ledo. 0.. and one of the moat import
ant of its branches has been establish
ed at Dahlonega, the charter being un
<her the laws of Georgia. The Toledo
News states that Mr. Thompson, sec
retary and treasurer of the company,
has forwarded for record a remarkable
document, being a deed for a portion of
the mines, bearing revenue stamps up
on it. to the value of $5,000.
The palate is almost
tickled with Scott’s Emul
sion of Cod-liver oil. The
stomach knows nothing
about it, it does not trouble
you there. You feel it first
in the strength it brings ; it
shows in the color of cheek
and smoothing out of
It was a beautiful thing
to do, to cover the odious
taste of Cod-liver oil, evade
the tax on the stomach, and
take health by surprise.
It warms,soothes, strength
; ens and invigorates.
50c. and £>.oo, all druggist*.
SCOTT & BOWNL, Chemists, New York. *
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WAVE CREST GOODS
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Sliver lfi*tM Packet Boots-
Meat Carts ad Btitiets
Qubm. Juvenile Rad Toy Books
of every kind and dverriptioa at
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/ BRANDS OF /
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) Beers $
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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.
CLOSM OPT PILE
In order to clone out my entire
stock of woolens by the first
of February, by the pattern or made
to order, I will sell at and beluw
Merchant Tailor, 743 Broad Bt.
Silk Suspenders In Boxes at 50 cents.
Gent*’ line Neckwear at 25 and 30 cents.
Ladi#i* and Gent’s Silk Gartarv al 25
and 50 cent*. Ladie, and Gents' fine
Silk Handkerchief* from 23 cent* t* *2,
Ladle* and Gent* Silk Umbrella* from
51.25 bp. Fine Walking cahes from 25
rents up. Oentt fine Glove* of all.
kinds. Plate and fancy Socks. Shirts
and Underwear and all other things
not mentioned at reasonable, prices. K.
a. Mvrtirpv the Tailor and Gents Fur
josttiuo -wir- , ’» Planters Hotel.
i For SO conta. and only
25 c#nt# to fill with th#
fm#*t Cologne. It
make* a men Chrl»t
I L 1. GIBDILIX Drmin.
Complat# with ManU
cure Brush and Comb.
Toilet Bottles, etc., at
$& $lO and sl2.
L. 1 GAROELLE. om„,„.
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PROF. P. M. WHITMAN,
•Of 70 St. A uhU, Gs
atght. gelurta rtt» rue Maeeee aurt W 48.
a i vi» omus-
I,eases sat arta vawr bv.—e ssgak yaa start.
FREE OF CHARfiE
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COAL and WOOD
1 North August# Coal A 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.
Ric&ards & Star,
827 Broad St., City.
Paine, Murphy & Co.
803 Paulis st=—Teleplioße 1
1 rivals Lrassa b >rw inn to hew York
Chicago and New Orleans.
Orders executed over our wires Tor
Cotton, Btocks. Bonds, Grain and Pro.
▼leloas for rash or on margins. Local
securities bought and sold. Referaoeac
—National Exchange Bank of August*
or Mercantile Agendas.
Number 23 Telfair street—Four room
house —Lot 40x150 feet.
Ten acres of land on the Sand Hills,
near Hotel Bon-Alr. Dwelling of 13
rooms, stable, barn and servant house.
Will sell at a sacrifice.
Three small house* and lot* on Sand
Hill*. Will sell aeparately or all, at a
ST Acres* of land near Wrightsboro
road, on# mile above city'* new water
50 acre* of land near MlllertgeviUe
road, seven mjlea from court house.
Clarence E. Clark
832 Broad Street.
gm~t beg to notify my friends and
customers that I b»ve added another chair
to my Barber Shop, making six first-class
Barbers, and I hope to accommodate my
customer* without waiting.
HOT AND COLD BATHB.
COME EARLY AND OFTEN TO
Hickey’s Barber Shop
212 it 214 Eighth St..
OPPOSITE ARLINGTON HOTEL.
S) BRASS BAND OUTFITS
PIANOS, ORGANS and
/ f'Y 4 . Everything New In
143# SHEET HUSIC
THOMAS & BARTON, Augusla,Ga.