In For lie
Th« oollMlton O# N«w NochwMf ** * ’
It will d«li|M all man of nlra ta*ta. ira »"«*
coma In all rich a#f»« Romi*i<*pur. Ombrt,
Clara. Draadan, flavra iconna, c»aca*la« “aau
da Som*-Broca<fa«l ana Warp Prlntad. th*
ahapaa ara aracaful and artlatic. lt la tha Hn*
aat and fir.aat »howin« of Nackwaar In thi*
ally. Thair tona. atyla and quality J«*tlfy
pricaa that pravall. Our Furnishing Cooda da
partmant l« ftrowln*. Economic buyara and
food dra* aam ara laamtni th| laaaons of Its
A HAPPY EVENT.
Llawt. I«h«II. ft Mk P»a»*>h»«to.
Tail sra* • happy •**•» at Ifc* »f
--fgfßft im etch*. A sword prtwtu
tine wok ptec# there* U *•*»' 11 nf
c». a «* F*to**»i»»«t» *** *** r *~
«< tIM NiiAiPW it®r< promt* •
t«» 4 to Mm o4viift«m wfwOitri of
Tli# ptxatHHiy **#* iSfMNf! op to tb* At*
atory MU lad tM
fey #ft|nr WlHl Of IM Ml fVaMfi*
14, Hu9#tU iMukhil th# to o
few svell rho##« »™a H# *«>•
hr ao»**'“ Hadtaw. M»j«r
Holme- Captain fCllac. Meuwpant
Gilbert and Untetut Bi«bot> *bo
mad# brief apeerbe#. Th# officer*
than fartooh of an elegant 'iKweirtn
nvr - At Jan**n * eaf». Th# ’possum
cooked lo th# <|u*e» a ta**# and
fra< am« h enjoyed Thoe# pr#*ent at
tbefe«PP# r . beuld#* the OB## mentioned,
mm. rapt Os»#na and U» Hergatr#*-
a#r. Soon# Hocp»t#l" end t >u *r.
Juat received. Palms and
Ferns Cheap for cash.
Private of Third Cavalry
T« th# Bdltor of Th# H#ratd—
Ptr; 1 call y«ur attention lo what t
tank of a aotdtar'a lit#. I do not think
I* a rUlht to pin a poor private down
and not lot him go to church or Sun
day achool without a peoeoat *u»rd
watching oc#r ua •» though »# belong.
#B to tha ettalngang I have bean uaed
to living In tha country wh-rc I want to
Habbalk achool and church every Sun
day duat to think, 1 have been to,
church twlCa in tha laat eight weeks
Th» Bahhath la a day to real and to
attend Sabbath achool anil church, hut
a aoldter cannot tall the difference !»•-
twaaci Sunday and any other tluy. al
though If It hadn’t been for the vol
unteer# we would not have been pinned
down the way we are. They do nut lik--
the regular#; they think they have got
ua by the heel* and a down hill pull
They think we have no hualneaa nut
aide of the fence around our ramp, but
they will team letter than that If they
Stay around ua. They ought to he
driven around like hoga.
I advtae gny young man who wants
tn Join the army to take the regular f >
your choice, and give the volunteer# a
wide berth: they are too much like a
arc of wild Indiana.
Aa far aa driving around like a drove
of cattle la concerned .that ta the big
gest part of military life. <-e|*ect*lly
when a aw-ell head "non-com." trie* to
ahow- hla authority. That la one thing
that J don’t like about army life. I
lake notice It It i» against the rules
and regulations for an officer of am
kind to eurae and swear at a private if
he teporta him the private gets the
dirty end of it. I believe In right: right
i» right the world over, t believe In
treating the “now*coins." and privates
the same and do not show so much par
tiality. 1. will oall your attention to e.
caae that happened a few days ago. I
u ill not mention what he did. but If if
would have been a private he would
have suffered the penalty of about «u
days In the guard house and J2<l, but os
he was a sergeant he was released and
act free without trial. Whether he be
a “nott-eom.” or private, make him
suffer the consequences Just the same.
For Asthma use CHE
Augusta took the President out of
bis car before he reached the rlly. It
was to prevent his seeing the, carshed.
This was admirable foresight on the
part of Editor Tom Murphy of The
LEWIS J. SCHAUL, Popular Priced Jeweler.
A Tremendous line and no Broad street rent to
pay. Can save you 25 per cent.
Jackson Street. Under the Arlington Hotel.
THE urn OF CHRIST.
Or CkM. Imm|. of CMcaffw. WIN
Urt«N nm Above >a>|tll
TM *#!) teat&wft H*MHM #rt»oi#r
[ Dr, Toma# *4 M#
I M 4» AfITMUPPMMNit# i© 4#ii##r # #tf!S*
of Icrtan* it tfc# T. M« C. A# d»flM
Ilia subject wilt be Th# IJf# of
(-hr Ist. and will b# treated la four lee
ting. The subject* of each lecture
t. Fr»m the Birth to the Baptism.
t. Pti.ni the Temptation to tb« Ser
mon on th# Mount.
I.« From th# Traa*figuralioa to the
Cruet fll km
#, From th# Resurrection to th#
Mr. Voung ha* lectured all near th#
j rouatry and has eatahllshed a re puls
I turn that speaks well of hlr- as a tee
lie has made an vihauatle# study of
th# Bible and Is well Informed on It.
He will Interest all who bear him in
| hi* lectures.
BLAZE AT DUBLIN
i lurge furniture House Destroyed a
Dublin, Oa.. Dec. n.—The targe fur
niture house of R. F. Deeee was burn
led laat Saturday night. The Are we*
discovered about 1 o'clock Sunday
morning gnd In a short while live
I streams of water w ere playing on the
' flames. The.hu Iding »M a ,arge
wooden one. and built of heart pine.
This, together with the content* of the
1 store, made such a blase as was well
night Impossible to extinguish. Tha
litre was < onfinnd to the burning build
ing and was Anally subdued, but not
unlll the building and etoek had been
The Imlldlng beloned to Capt. R. C.
Henry, and la a total loss. Mr. Deeae
had $2,500 Inauranre on the stork,
which waa about two-thirda the va ua
of It. "
Cap!. l>. Q. Stubbs Is again shak
ing hatito with hla friend* after spend
ing the last thirty days In attendance
on the legislature.
A Dlatant Cousin
At the wedding anniversary of a
railway magnate one of the guests no
ticed a somewhat lotiely-looklnu and
rather shabbily attired man Ip one cor
ner of the parlor, walked over and aat
down near him.
"I was Introduced to you.” ho said,
"but 1 did not catch your name.”
“My name.” replied the other, “la
"Oh. then, you are a relative of our
"Yea." rejoined the "poor relation,
with a grin. “1 am his cousin, five hun
dred thousand dollars removed.”
The heaviest fletal
The heaviest metal la osmium, which
has. bulk for hulk, very nearly twice
the weight of lead. The specific grav
ity of gold Is about 19'*. w'hlle that of
osmium Is almost 21V4. Osmium Is al
so the most infusible of metals, re
maining unaffected by a degr«t> of heat
capable of causing platinum to run like
water. It even resists the Inconceiva
ble temperature of the clectrlct * Ire.
Augusta’s turn came last. The
Herald says all good things are re
served for the end. The President
would be ungrateful indeed not to like
A good-sized dining room la to be
found In an empty atpmach.
XJSI3D AUOUBTA TOUXD
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f viFt# * AH# *#*•*’*• “** " pi.w»
ly ahnwt lb# aftal. Her fw* mmm
•ad heada srees ha*ty herwei ••
MtoH topliMNl iMI M# •trtl# Ml
In taka K away from h*e Mwlhef. Mr*
Ortflta staled that she sad he# *•*
rhilffreh •**# •** f
4onr whit# he# k«i*hei ••• •*»**»• •
I ram They had heew rhattia# plwi -
[••fly IM MM turn. Mi #MACto* 1 #
AMI Mi It tM MtoM W® I**®**
I ton*#. AM «#I4 M #•# <M I**
ffnewre of whts<h#y awd had heea hf
aavswal day#. For this rswana ah#
.aid h# had kw* his Job awd is>wtd ft
| he#h aay *• arrowat of hla drtaatag
habits. H» became *#*T
over hie rowdMMe tad wont* tell her
that he ronld «ot are how It was that
he was allowed to live aad suffer a»%»
did. Mrs. Ufifth thinks b# was la a
despondent mood, end whll# conrer#
lag with her tie dellherately took e
small totib tnm hla pnrhel aad tora
#4 II up’To hi# lips. Bhe kaorked hla
hand down and asked him aol lo drink
any more for Ihe pceaent. thinking at
the Haas that M was whiskey When
she elrwrh th» h»Hl# It thrown
all over her hand* aad arm* and a drop
or two earn# star spattering In her left
eye, She aatd she was borrlfted *h«r
th* reel I ted by »h# odor that If was
rarboHe arid twatrad of whiskey, as
she had euppoawl She ran to the
front door and railed for *•»stance,
and when she returned Ihe man waa
dead, having exptrrd almost immedi
ately. Ills system waa already In a
very weak condition aad <m»-third of
the a moot of arid would hare resulted
in death In hla rase.
Mr. O'Brien waa a well known young
man spoilt Columbus, and waa about
2$ rears of age. H# leave# e heart
! broken mother. Mrs. W. P. O'Brien,
'of Beale, and two slat era. Mrs. W. G.
'Griffin, of thta city, and Mr#. H. C.
Kenlton. of Heals, it* «»• • medwiilc
by Irade and has held a number of re
sponsible positions both In this rlty and
Birmingham, but could not hold them
tong on account of the fact that he
could not refrain from drinking. He
had attempted to taka hla life on tw i
other or melons. In Ihe first Instance,
he drank a tera-ounce vial of lauda
num. and the second time attempted to
rut hla throat. The and affair will he
deeply regretted by the friends of the
family of the ilereßaed.
J'.rory work baskets, noveltlen nod
dolls at lowest prices. T. Bchln Uiesai.
HELP FOR MILL WORKERS,
Whit a Soldier Desires Stated In The
“If you will have a committee call at
camp I will guarantee that plenty of
money will be raised to help the oper
atives who are suffering from the mill
”1 say and I want you to state It In
The Herald, that every man will give
something. There are men among
the troops who have experienced a
strike themselves and heartily sympa
thize with the operatives in Augusta.
I believe a thousand dollars can be
The above statement was made by a
soldier from the hospital corps, who
visited The Herald office this morning,
and requested the reporter to make the
statement above. He seemed very
much In earnest and very desirous
that a committee call on the soldiers,
and ask aid for the mill employes of
MEETING OF COUNCIL.
Election of Mayor Pro Tem and to
Attend to Other Matters
There will be a called meeting of
council tonight for the purpose of
electing a mayor pro tem. Mayor
Walsh has stated that while he had
hoped to be out by this time, the in
clemency of the weather had prevented
and he probably would not he out for
While an acting mayor can serve In
a routine capacity, he cannot sign offi
cial documents until he has been for
mally elected by the members of coun
The documents Incident to the an
nual lew of taxes will have to be sign
ed, up before (lie first of the year and
there Is. or course, but little time to
I ke media* of eouucli has therefore
been called for tonight when a mayor
pra tem will be chosen. After this
matter has been disposed, of. the f;-
iiance commit tee will take up the de
tails of the tax levy. ,
|A UO U#T A LYCICUM,
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PROF. t£. S, MORSE.
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'tt*#n totwMrfit Pick to prftowil «h l.
I ill. Rtttfft# <»# C? .of to nm**9%g IN### f*-
lurning from #£rk furlmifh*.
' INiyli#. Xflft. 9ft. fHf*
lit# iiid thrift#!## irids, Amtth, »nd
Htu*n #f Co, I h#ftto Nftftit franiff fur*
i«u«h* of from mvca to t#n dor# I# vl*-
ft ihtlr Horn# In H#ltlmor*-* and vtctn*
Thft Roi k of (t#rorotloni hi* b*fun
In r«rvift#i. That of thr l»ond l# nrorino
f and I# quit**
Thirt y -I tfth Tuhlgaii.
lA. Bush of Co. () la officer of the
U. Hill of Co. B la officer of the
K. Howe of Co. K ha* received an
honors Me discharge for disability. He
la the artist whose work has attract
ed general attention.
O (I Gilbert of Co. K hah received
HA honorsl.le discharge.
C- J- Oorp Irf>ar of Co. K has 3* day#
Compton of On. A ha* been dleehar#-
04 from hospital.
. %t. Serdenatrlcker of Co. A la offi-er
of the day.
I, Lelschman ot Co, Fla offleeg of
Freck of Co. O and Rllcftflf Co, <v ace
the orderlle* chosen for towny.
' Dr. DgCoata wag transferred ta di
vision hospital today to lake ehaige of
latroratory. Assistant tturgeon Davis
takes hla place In the eighth.
Scott nf Co. C was discharged from
Hllllngton of Co. D has been dis
charged from hospital.
! ftgt. Scott Shafer of Co. P ha* re
ceived a discharge from service.
; Schwati of Co. C has been discharged
Corp. Hughes of Co. F was discharg
ed today from hoßpltal after ai* weeks
J. L. .Moses, who received a dis
charge, left last night.
Harry Moore of Co. A and M. Cohb
of Co. F are orderlies today.
J,t. Berry of Co. B la officer of the
l.t. Murphy of Co. C la commander
of the guard.
Sgt. Herworth of Co. M Is enjoying
Chßunccy and Hijijth of Co. It have
received honorable, discharges.
First Sergeant Campbell of Co. C has
Harg of Co. T) Is on the sbk list.
lAttle of Co. M h a » received an hon
(’apt/ Oltmors of Co. M Is officer of
t„t .Tenney of Co. 'K la commander
of the guard.
The men are anxiously awaiting the
arrival of the promised Christmas
Saddler Fehr of troop A has gone on
Jas. F. Hetigen from light batterv.
fourth artillery, has been assigned to
Corp. Briggs and Carroll of troop H
have gone on a 20 days furlough.
Capt. Mackie Is officer of the day.
Mrs. Mott, wife of Hr. Mott, chief
surgeon for Red Cross Society at Mon
tauk, has donated Sap head of cabbage.
50 bushels of sweet potatoes, 15 dozens
cans of fish for ttf* third cavalry’s
Christmas dinner. --
The tongue Is aboVit the only muzzle
loading weapon tlyft hasn’t been die
It’s unlucky to have your affair** at
sixes and sevens—they make thir
in* Utßfeta* Ltd Hi* hmi itu
tH«e a ft tafrtif Mi. awd fteeeMk*** j
MBs As* Valamlnew.
The rsatvati wf Iheee htlks arawld fin
| * large hnah, ewd the gewtaste igalaia
that, every word ta these shell he read
Sellare he gtvee hta approve! This
work (fella (Ml hta private see retar*
Mr Mark Candler who ta ap to hla
; aerfe la hilts aad racial Rowe Mt
Caadter retaswhed (Me aaoratag that fee |
I hada t had ttfea# to share ta a wash
and he took hia fund hy tahaiattna
U h>a Mr. Coadler aada throogh the
i trading of the Mila, he tana these over
to the ffotreraor. who read# the cap
line of rock, aad rswda the whole kill
If tiinrr i# #Bf Amirt ##H*ut (A# pro' to* •
An far ## ra# fef UtklpftM Ibrr#
Hi nothin* I# Hi# #•*« **f MU# *M r##-
oluHon* (N#( #lll r#4|itlr# i ?#to. 9vt
sometblag may develop la *** «f
[ them when tkey ate carefully read by
i Mr. Caalder.
toi RIM* Passed.
Th* total number of hilt* and reaolu
tleas latryodoerd ta both boua** of
th* graeral aaeeanhlv ia *OO. and Ifel of
throe poaeed, Thoe* which were aot
defeated are either in <im»rattle# un
aetad rat. or are reta*ly (or a second
reading All meaeuree which w#r#
aot put oa their passage or killed on
Ihe report of the committee will g,«
over to the nett session fe* unfinished
The Ul putiau*.
“Tfe* Golden Horaeekoe.” th# new
*p#ctaelular play with which the MU- |
pollans win com# to Augusts fm Krt- !
dey bight la by long odds the most en
lerta nln* vehlete <ho*e elevrr llttl* |
people have prearalrd here. Hprrtßf
itlarly. It l* the.ffneal prisiuetion the _
Roa#nf#ld's have provided for their j
company aad th# opportunities of the ,
| players to dial higulah thrmaelrea are j
more numerous thaw ever. Th# little j
people are not only the trada-mark. j
but the essence of th# show. They *re ,
the moving spirit* of every acene. Th<- j
hallrta are all presented In brief form .
and possess a charming (v'Quancy fur j
Ihgl reaeon. and this curtailment of |
the ballet featurea (wablrs the little
[players to atug and revel through every
act. to the delight of the audience* ,
For. whlje the piece cemmands much ’
attention and the sceneries and cos- |
tumes claim unusual obeervatton, th" |
l.lllputlan* themselves are what the ;
theatre-goers a aot to see. and they I
have achieved a tremendous hit in thi*
piece. "The Golden Horseahoe" Is a
eort of ntusiral farce with ballet In
terpolations. An Interesting story Is
uaed to connect scenes which may apt- j
ly be termed a aeries of surprising, es- |
fective stage pictures. There are four j
neU. and each act la divided into three
scenes, each attractive to the eye and
unfolding some plrtorial or humorous
feelure. The' first act Introduces the
little people. Disk and Boh, brothers;
Kutalle and Tootsie, variety actresses;
Harry Tall. Will B. Gay and Vera
Gay. A woman of Kalamazoo has left
a big fortune to the smallest applicant
who applies for the bequest, hod the
desire to possess this fortune sends
them upon their travels. In their per
egrinations they visit New York ami
pnrtlelpatc in a French hall: Kalama
zoo. where they assist in a musical fes
tival: take a trip In a submarine botft
and view a fabulous sultmarine life.
Mid finally land on the stage of a the
atre, whore they assist In giving living
picture*, appearing as our national he
roes. The hook Is written in a spright
ly, humorous vein, the music is catchy
and tuneful and Mr. Carl Rosenfeld,
in staging the piece, has eclipsed all
his previous efforts. Every scene has
a brilliant achievement picioriaily. and
the ballet costumes are chromatic rev
els. novel, beautiful and eye-entranc
ing. The little players are more in ev
idence than In any of their former
productions. Franz Ebert, as chief
ftinmaker. Is at his best: his drollery
of countenance and waggery of speech
were never more effective. It would
require much space to chronicle the
several characters he assumes. He
appears in turn as a Yankee tar. and
en excrutiatingly funny figure he l».
simulating a sailor’s roll and smoking
a short.black pipe. Then h“ dons a
white flannel suit, black whiskers and
with bsttm in hand, gives an imitation
of Bandmaster Socsa that : s to the life.
He conducts with all th* fervor of tlie
march king. Next, he appears tu a
little frog elioi'us. Ills work in every
seen* is tha' of a thorough comedian.
Selma Goerner. as a giddy Thespian is
a thorough actress .
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W. H IBulU «f M. leefeb «• •» »**
('m# w rr! a I
«' A. Batep *f WleauMi to a* »*»|
Mr. t. • Lskry «* f*lart»afe*l. to at j
Mr R to DM. «# I# •*
fttoft Art* tot* <*«)
Mr W M#!4#i#, to# ClMf* h* j
at tk# Arilagtca
tor J K Itowvee.. ft natiaaatl. to
at tk# Flatter*
Mr *. J. IVgraai of Duthaa*. ft. C
to at ike dsfeten
; The school# have heitw rltteed kvr
[ tk# X na» hoitdav*,
Mr K c Tonssß. ft Dartoa. O. j
Mr. i, to’ Carrie, of Duluth. Mina j
la at the Artiagtoa.
Mr. C. C toatsrnaa. of Sea Torh
Is at the Arlmgtoa.
Id. Cart ledge has recovered from an
attack ft th* grip
Mr. 1. C. MrLeughMa. of Cleeelaad,
0., ta at th# Plaater*.
Mr. Jo* Mulherta I* home from Har
vard forth* hol'.dtoy*.
Mr. J. B Fielding, of Charlotte. N
C.. I# •» ihe Arllngioa.
Mr. James Tallauui of Hertford
jCoan., la at th# Planter*
t Mr. W N Phlllimoo sod son. of A»-
'anta. are at the Artiagtoa.
We use our beet ftlorts to make
your purchases eattrety satisfactory.
COAL AND WOOD.
Strowger ‘Phone • . . • • * S|
(Hike and k ard No. I McCartan Street
Mr. H- Del-- Vtaecat. of New Or
leans. Is at the Arlington.
I The friends of Sergt' Power* will re
igret to learn of his llliies*
Mr. C. O. Fountain, of Grand Rap
id*. Mich., i* at the Arlington.
Part of the Turkish Bath company
.are stopping at the Arlington.
Mr. W. A. McGowan, of Spartan
iburg. S. C„ to at the Planters.
Mr. J. S. Oliver, of Mobile, Ala., la
here to attend the marriage of hia sla
Mr. F. I-. Hum. advance agent of
the Andrew* Opera company, Is at the
W. P. Brown and S. T. Jones of
Charleston are In the city, guests at
Mr. W, C. Turner, the advance
agent of the Peters & Green company,
is at the Planters.
Vitssre. Charles Rohhe snd Be-t Da
vidson. who have been attending col
lege et Seuanee. are at horns for the
Messrs. Jack Mahoney. Charles \V.
Burch. Austin B. Moore and Marcus
1,. BnkT, of New York, are at the
Mr. John Oliver, a well known Au
gusta boy who is representing a large
tobacco concern, and whose territory is
in the southwest, is at home for the
Mr. Joe Mulherin. who has been at
tending Harvard, arrived home yester
day afternoon for the holidays. College
life seems to have agreed with Joe. for
he is looking handsomer than ever.
He has many friends who are delighted
to see him.
CLARK MILLING CO.’S
WHOLE WHEAT FLOUR
Cooks white and bakes equal to patent. Most nutri
tious Flour made. Strongly recommended for dys-
Peß ' iCS ' CRAHAM FLOUR
for batter cakes fully as as Buckwheat. Give
it a trial. Ask your grocer for these goods.
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t x toher 5 *" * **
MEW YORK STOCKS.
Sugar IJ5 I 4 t".-.*
Tobacco 1«1 »«
it. it. t 73 t0 T *H
f. It o
Missouri Pacific 43 t0
l.uulsville and Nashville . *-'** » *]S
people’# Oa# ~ •• .. »• -• 10*'« t ,l! *
I'nion Pacific ~ .. *-’l
flock Island t|b IllAi
Bt. Paul •• •• H*to l*®to
Southern Hallway, pfd (- G*w
Western Fnlott #2to 9 -H
January and February —— 3.02 *2
February and March .. 3 03
March «nd Aptil 3 nt
April and May 5 04
May and June * 4tS s flfi
June sßd July 3.0* 3.00 07
July nd August
Aug. nd. Sept 3 fl * 1 0*
Sent, and Oct
Oct. am’ Nov 3.0 T 3 •<*
Dec. and Jan 3
Flre at Lanham Spring*.
News reached the city early last
nigh! that the Imnbaiu Springs plare
in South Carolina bad been entirely de
stroyed by fire. The fire Is supposed
to be of incendiiary origin.
If (he guilty party or parties ar«
caught It Is feared that there will be
a lynching. Further details have no.
Iteen learned yet.
List of New Subscriber*.
Augusta Telephone and Rlectric Co.,
K. C. Spalding, lie"
70T —Holliday. Dr. W. Z.
255 —Kltael. Mrs. L. S.. President.
873 —Schneider, J. 8., Wines, liquor*
274 —Phoenix Printing Office.
277—Heckle, Oeo. J.. -Ssldence.
sSs— McGowan, J. F., residence.
FOt’ND— rMBKELLA AT ATLANTIC
and Pacific Tea Co. Owner can get
same by proving property and paying
20 cents for advertisement,