For Uhi #nd (ifiwktTwn *ix the mo# act*
«< of *0 XntM PrerenU* luhct pattern* far La
tvif Rt hU.it ait4 Adfk gnpcß. far
Si.SO and tha regular Etreren Pattern far Gen
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BUY THE BEST
Thry are aa tough it feather. only tofacr and
warmer, and wtfl not aoti th* hand* lika a cheap
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DR. HENRY J. CODIN,
Ofßr* mriMt nl aiktnwm. 3f* Ml
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WkM Chkago SocMr Say* of the
in 111 PiH*
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Mm." M i 4 ||m t'feartr* M. H«f»fo(tn,
-ft ti my ofaiulo® thit Mr. Hfatoen i*
th* victim of i ir< un»»t•**«*» •»# that
th# IIS n ncnni ha kiaaad a#tf Marini
fr»»m hy»tf*ria Hut I n#% Ihlnk
th* irourntnant hi! malt** in
sxifopli ®p the vf*ulf row n't wit an
Sfld ttl hit* ()f»pOftimfti*® f* , f fllppißi'y
la thf |« law of a ftturntf ham
Mm. Hanry L Turn** tiprmad bar
opinion of Mr .Hotroon • vondini wii
• Every bit of admiration ! had for
the man on irroupt of nhit h«* did
during tha fa%r ha# vmiahad. It aaama
to me Mr. Hobatxi haa road** hlmaelf
evening performance diMKunHu* It *a*
•o altogether lilty that 1 cannot r«wa«
l*rehend what the man nil thinking of
when ha did It.**
I>r, Sarah Hackett Bt#v#n*on waa in
clined to look on Mr . Hotoon# caae
with • trifle more sympathy. Speaking
of :ha matter yntarday, Dr. Steven
*1 don’t feel Ilka blaming Mr. H»>t»-
aon etixwUUly. If the women wanted to
kite him. •• they evidentijr did. I <ion t
see Low ha could halo himaalf. He
probably saw nothing for It but to #ub
Try Allen’s Foot Ease.
A powder to be shaken into th* shoe*.
At this ..anon your foot fool swollen,
nervous and damp, and art tired easily.
If you have smarting feet or tight
Shoes, try Allen's Fnot-Kas*. It rests
the feet and makes walking easy. Cures
swollen snd sweating feet, Misters and
rallous spots. Relieves corns and bun
ions of all pain and gives rest and
cgmfort. Try It today. Sold by all
druggists and shoe, stores for 23 cents.
Trial package FREE Address, Allen
S. Olmsted, Le Roy. N .Y.
Fine Chocolate Bon Bone at Clark's.
OUR LIST SELECT THE
PROPER CHRISTMAS PRESENT
Dtsmond Pendants Silver Mounted Heir Brushes
Diamond Pins H.lver oimlri
E3S. I!i:. e r r Monnted cWrn.he,
Diamond Scarf Pins Silver mounted Wbl»k Brooms
Gentleman's Gold Watches Silver mounts! Hat Broshes
L.diiV Gold M atches Black Kbony Ba r Bnitbes
Misses' Gold Watches Black ftbony Milltsry Brushes
Boys’ Sliver Watches Blaek Kbony Mirror*
Bov*’ Nlei*! Watches Gold headed Walking sanes
Gold Vest Chain* Souvenir Spoon.
Gold Lorgnette Chains • old Cream Jar* C ut Glas..
Gold Fan Chains ''«> Glan PufT Jar*
FINE FANS F.neOutO'ass
Wreath Pin* FINE FANS
Gold Link Cuff Buttons goap Boxea. S ‘» r ' lp * Rl J T *'„
Gold Stud Button* Wh.skev Flask, sterling stiver
Gold Shirt Waist Sets Curling Tongs, sterling silver
Gold Thimbles Glove Stretcher, storing e Iv.r
Stiver Thimbles Comb Cleaners, sterling silve.
Tortois Hbe'.l Lorguettee Handle Stick, stei ling silver
Cbilds' Drees Pins Scissors, sterling silver
Baby Buttons Grape Sensor-, sterling si ver
Gentlemen's Rings Manicure bets, sterling silver
Ladies' Rings Tape Measures, sterling siver
Rabv RfnL'B Darners, sterling silver
FINE UMBRELLAS Silk Winders, sterling silver
Silver Mounted Suspenders Pen buffs, eterling silver
Gold Garter Bucklei Key Kings and Tags, sterling silver
Silve- Garter Buckles Bhoe Homs, sterling Btlver
KINK FANS Fine I mbrellas.
A Nice GOLD PEN with Pearl Holder in Plush Box. only *1. #
Santa I lans Jewelers.
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I ikf gilhough to n# of tip <dk *r» do
I Dot p#fg| (o fgttg If. S man in wH
I atyttahir to (Ip igv go lon# m hn < gg
ink# cdMrv of hironnlf flloipty bwtHM
hn to oof ihlt in mil on •(noddy on
bn might If nobnr to oo monoo bn
»bmild hn ioefcod op. Wbno ho to
found not obi# in gn< ob>n# nod In oof
lin cborg# of fn#ndo (h#n bn akould
bn token In Hut ts found vary drunk
I gnd nonm dincrcnt nobnr Htlimi coni##
along snd ofsrs to take I barge of the
I nan. tt la the duty of the officer under
the law to tom the party orsr (• him.
If tke man la dlaorflerlF. then ths nM
cor must take him In chargeAind ptses
him takers bo cannot annoy anyone
I bare stated tbo taw until 1 am tired
of It. and I hop* (hare will bo no more
trouble In tbo future ton< emiag tha
Tbo judge a opinioa was prompted
by a case before him In whtrb a drun
ken man. who was with friends, gllp-
I pod and fell Into the gutter Before his
I friends could rain* him to his feel ths
1 .. Hirers had arltod him and would not
j let him go. One of bis friends wan
ted to take charge of him and the offi
cer took the drunken man and bis
friend In. too. It la an often repeated
I joke that officers have been known to
I I)over about a drunken farmer like
hawks after a chicken, waiting for him
I to stub hi* toe, to get ripe enough to
1 pull, or to stay away from his friends
lung enough for them to get him.
Farmers are particularly desirable vlc
tims. for they generally bare the cash
to pay out, and the officers get a dollar
on each rash payment.
Oysters ! Oysters I
Mobile, Plants. Norfolk* and Savan
nah—the finest. (lire us your Christ
mas orders Free delivery In the city,
Summerville and Camp.
TRAYLOR A CO..
Comer Jackson and Ellis: 'Phone 210.
Our line of Japanese no
velties is unsurpassed from
25 cents up.
At Richards & Shavers’.
Fresh Velvet Molasses Candy at
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j spirit <* frafcnlty w* *"*'**?2
i at h you In tb* care of me graves oi
words. Instated in a wreath of Bowers
! will be placed na the pedestal of the
; Coo federate monument
I As a further token of friendship lb*
'veterans handed the Pre-'deot a rutted
old pike, one of several thousand man
lufartaied hr Oov. Joe Brown, of fleor-
I g|a, to arm tb* troop* of tbia state
wheo tha vigilance of the blockade
prevented them from obtaining gun*
and ammunition, ft is an ugly weapon,
| with a long double-edged spear and n
1 broadaxe arrangement, such si were
. used In mediaeval times, hut totally
I useless except In a hand-to-hand con
flict. They were better than nothing,
however, and several thousand men
; carried them In the Confederate
trenches and Intended to use them to
! keep off Wilson's cavalry If occasion
! And Wilson was there today, 100.
["Cavalry Wilson," who captured the
| city of Macon In IS«< and aelxed the
'Confederate President when he was
trying to escape from the country.
I But the people appear to have forgiven
that, and It has struck me that they
[don't care very much for Jefferson l>»-
vl*. The name* of !.** and Stoncwell
Jackson excite tremendous enthusSssm
whenever they are mentioned, but
Davis’ nsroc scarcely provokes a cheer.
At the Savannah banquet the other
night there was no response whatever
when Mayor Meldrtm mentioned It
among those of other distinguished
men who had been guests of the city.
Gen. Wilson—that Is. James H. of
Delaware, who now commands the
First army corps, with headquarters
at Macon —made a rousing apeeelt to
day, In which he apologised for burn
ing the city thirty-four year* ago, und
told of bis reception by Howell Cobb
and Joseph K. Brown when be took
possession. He was a youngster then,
only 17 years old, although the com
mander of a corps of 9,000 cavalry. To
day he has about 7.000 In his camp at
Macon— mostly colored men—and the
famous Seventh cavalry which Gen.
Custer commanded. They are going
to Cuba very soon where Gen. Wilson
will be governor of Matanzas. He
ought to be made governor of th*
whole island, for he Is much better
qualified than Gen. Brooke or any
other officer of his rank.
The reception and the. military re
view at Macon was almost spoiled by
the rain, but the president Insisted up
on carrying out his part of the pro
gram and stood undpr a dripping um
brella while Gen. Wilson's army pass
ed before him. Then he made a speech
a very good one,too —before several
thousand dripping spectators. The
people of Macon had made great prep
arations for his entertainment and
were correspondingly disappointed.
Mrs. McKinley and the other cabinet
ladies did not leave their train, but had
a pleasant reception in th© President’s
The President Is greatly pleased at
the manner In which his speeches have
been received in the South and by the
comments in the newspapers of this
Beet lon. He has been in the best of
humor ever since he started and never
enjoyed a 'rip more than this, although
the local committees have worked him
pretty hard. The other day at At
ituta Col. Hemphill explained to him
that the luui. keoja wlticb followed in
parade at 12 o'clock was to be followed
by the exercises at the auditorium at
:: o'clock, atul after speaking at the
auditorium the President wonld be ta
ken to the governor's mansion, where
a reception would be held from 1
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niv* ns tin* troop# to th# T#nth Ohio
nmbtt* r#*lon. atul who## 1 ° '
Avtin#. who ••• MrKiDi#y • » n J II
? -wo- ka ■!« trnicrnnr of Ohio,
graftal nroll# nf »»* *° ,nuw v
The famous Third cvvaly la #!*•>
■ R formed bla escort, aa the getent
cavalry, Custer * old reglweat. did at
Macon. The drive led through the
grounds of the Augusta * n ". l,a •
oldest In the l otted States, which was
seised by Governor Brown, of r S
before Sumter was f retl upon, and was
lhe first overt set of treason during
th- civil war. Near by I* a tall chim
nev will, a marble tablet Imbedded In
Its base to testify ".at In the facWry
which formerly «uv..l around IL all »f
the powder used by the Confederate
army was manufactured.
xi *h.- arsenal is another lnteulmg
rrita £ of a man named
Oliver, who came here In 18f>7 as *'•-
pi rintundent of ordnance, and remain
ed In that position until retired a Rw
year* ago He worked for the federal
government until the Arsenal was
adzed by the Confederate authorities
and continued In the some capacity for
four years for them. Then, In 1*65.
ills name was restored to Unde
gam's pay roll again, an evidence of
lilt efficiency ami a generous govarn-
The crowd that greeted the President.
Augusta was the largest ho has seen
since he left Washington. The rain
that fell at Macon ceased before he ar
rived here, and although the streets
were (noddy and the atmosphere wns
saturated with jnolnture, 10.000 or 12,-
000 people gathered around the stand
from which the President spoke and
made a gratifying demonstration In his
honor. Gen. WheHer was received
with the same enthusiasm at Macon
und Augusta that has been shown else
where. He Is a popular Idol In the
South; everybody knows him and calls
him "Joe.” The Confederate veterans
-hug him when he steps into the street,
the women kiss him and the men run
along beside his carriage and try to
grasp his hand.
In an editorial the other day the
Montgomery Advertiser thought it was
significant that no Confederate flags
were used In the decorations at the At
lanta banquet, as It Is customary to
use them down here for such/purposes
In connection with the Stars and
Stripes, but the only ones I have seen
were those I have mentioned at Au
gusta today, end that which hung in
the office of Phil Cook, the secretary of
state of Georgia, In the capltol at At
The only reference to the rebellion
that haß been made in the public ad
dresses on the journey that could pos
sibly be criticised or objected to v.as
by Governor .Johnston of Alabama in
his welcome to the President at the
state house In Montgomery, and he,
they tell me, was not a Confederate
soldier, although he bad two brothers
!n the Southern army, both brigadier
general*. Hr Is a. banker at Birming
ham a candidate far the United Stal.-a
Senate and envious of the glory of Gen.
Wheeler, who will be his rival. H«
called attention the fact that the
Confederate Congress first met In the
bail where President McKinley was re
ceived, and then 'proceeded to defend
and glorify its aetp. He said that the
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-'Tke Tire IT**'dent of the United
"The Memorable Rra of Indeper.fl
Tim Fount rt K*tang "
I "TtM* nrnv'v of Gen. OnW."
I • Th* Arta and Bclenc*#."'
Tb* Memo, y of Those Brave Men
I <Vbo fell Before (he Lines nf flavau
|. ah no (toe 9th of October. 1790 "
I "The Friends lo Free and Eq’ial
J i overnment Throughout the Glot.c ''
All Foreign Powers In Friendship
with the United Stales”
"May Rellg'nn and Philosophy A’-
wa'a Trluicph Over Superstition aud
Prejudice In America."
"The Present Dexterous Corps of Ar
tillery." (Th* President's toast..
After the President retired "Tbr.
Ptesldenl of <L* United St v .»*.
General \V heeler la going lo Wash
ington to «t« among b l * iKunreTaili'
acraclates of *ne House In support of
the expansion policy of the ndmlnlr
tration. H> thinks that it least nne
ba ; of the minority will go with him.
The Southern Railway company hv l
n.it.ounced to Us employ** lo this sec
tion that the* will 1* a general In
c.ias* of lu per cent In all wages and
Kiiarle* of th«ir employe# Jsn. 1 next.
This is a voluntary restoration to th*
schedule thst prevailed befo." 1593.
WILLIAM E. CURTIS.
Is the place to order fish and oysters
tor Christmas. Will have s fine assort
ment of shad. Spanish Mackerel. Pom
tiumi, Trout, Bream, etc.
Cor. Jackson and Kills.
Bell 'Phone 210.
dec 13 1* 21 22
Lamps, both Banquet
and Library, in beautiful
Richards & Shaver s
The ladle# of Cordele have organized
a home mission society In connection
with The Parsonage Aid Society of the
For Croup use CHE
Place your order st once and avoid
rush. Good# cheaper than ever. E. J.
Henry & Co., popular priced tailors, 216
and 218 Campbell street.
stop sending your girl
old cheap candy. Xmas
don’t come but once a
year. She wants Huyler s.
We have all size packages..
That’s Our Number
pHcesTan'd'.’ by th. m wlyf w “ve somS very P select' Ostrich Feather Boas and we'll
sell them cheap for cash.
flacaulay & Co.
The City is Talking:
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J. B. WHITE & CO., Cloiliog Department
25 Per Cent Reduction
Fine Hill Grade Sterling Silver Novelties
We haven’t got the handsomest store In the world,
but we have the goods and can save you dollar*.
Only Jewelry house receiving Premium Tickets.
New goods received by every express.
928 BROAD ST.
c ,1 The New Year is Approaching
*', J—A Aid I .ul phw, W wU. rti p—II.
(ions. I will #eii my large entire stock of Finely
Monuments, Headstones, Etc.
jtr ' now on hand at tli# LOWKST P088I8I4! PRICKS#
Corner Washington & Ellis Sts., * AUGUSTA, GA
The Head of the Heap!
Our Suits and Overcoats are conspicuous for
their graceful lines and general air of elegance.
You’d notice them anywhere, and say to your
self, if not aloud, “What a handsome Coat
Our store is full of such Clothes,
and, if you buy here you are
certain to be well dressed and
Don’t be a bit backward about calling because
you are not ready to buy, or, because you want
to look around before you buy. It’s a pleasure
to show goods, and we welcome comparison.
I C. Levy’s Son & Co.