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Vau a»#y Ihlah he doesn't amount
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for hint ~ but ts hr keeps on advertising
ha'M have the tough ua youhy andhy
tale** of cowrsa, you are wt**
enough ta go tost as good advertising
as he does, year hi and yaar out
The men «ho laugh are all repre
sented la our cotton**. Join them
Hohaoa Is overdoing It
A- Royal, drunk, was before tbs re-'
as n ■■■■
The Oraolt«**Ul* mill is on time ua
ostial, with its semi-annual five per
The rainbow yesterday afternoon
was a happy augury for Christ mss
incur!<ody has threatened to send t hr
Chicago s.derm, n Manila neektles for
If this hissing business should be- j
euaie a bid. what would happen* —.
The holiday crush at tbe big depart
mem stores In New York Is described j
as something terrific.
■'The rann who never slept." a Cull-j
ferula millionaire. la dead. Tor
Sixteen years he ban not slept au hour
In his bed.
The New Orleans Tlmes-Demociai
will distribute about ten thousand dolls!
and toys to the Crescent City's cbll-j
An elaborate e.eetrlcal exposition is!
to be held next year In Como. Italy,
as a commemoration of the centennial
of the Invention of the voltaic pile.
Alessandro Volta. Its discoverer, was
born In Como.
The richest msn in the state of
Michigan. H. C, Chapin. Is dead, after
having failed once In business. His
career ll.iistrates the truth regarding
the flckleneeß of fortune land that
be tried to give away proving a veri
table gold mine later.
The Japanese always bury their dead
with the bead to tbe north, and for Ibis
reason no Japanese will sleep with his
heart In this position. Many private
houses and hotels have a diagram of
the points of the compass pasted on
tbe bedroom celling for the conven
ience of guests.
The steel shipbuilding Industry of
the Oreat bakes gives promise of <-on
sirtecable activity In the coming yea'r.
Already tl\ere are under contract In the
various yards twelve steel vessels,
eight of which are modern freight car
riers. two passenger steamers, one oil
tank and one large tug.
The Planters Loan nud Savings
bank has dec.ared a semi-annual dlvl
rtent of three and a half per cent. In
these hard times this Is au excellent
showing for this splendidly managed
institution. Messrs, b. C. Hayue
and W. C. Ward lew me to be congrat
ulated on the safe and rareftil manage
ment of this well known deposi
The chief of the Imperial secret ser
vice was assured that he might te l all,
without fear of getting the federal u»a
V.Ulite down on him ' The foreign
dogs,” the chief of the imperial secret
service thereupon announced, "are say
ing your highness stands for medluevsl
barlmrlty!'' "Well, we don't stand for
fear of bagging our trousers, like tome
people." sneered tbo sultan, heatedly.
Detroit Journal. _ „
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t >nc*d and gawsraliy no happy lodiv.d
wale, who S*e*r sad scoff - and The
Herald (mu heard several such lately -
[at everything at this season of the
ysofwho object to the nolee and bus
tie of Brand afreet, who object to
Christmas tree* because "(hey litter up
! things. ’ who sea nothing la Cbrlattnae
tide custom to sack we »*tt a specif
lr 0 r panacea to wit tot them go out to
tbe Plata this afternoon nod tonight
and wttnees the distribution of the
good things on the Went Cod Christ
mas tree, to the children of the poor,
(iu out and see what a little, n very lit
tle. comparatively speaking, will do to
make childhood, childhood accustomed
to rbeerleaenas* and privation, happy
and for an all too short n lima, light
hearted and merry.
Go out and see the Joyous and cheer
book at Ik* big tree weighted down
with the contributions of Augusta's
kind hearted pewpta; observe the ac-,
Hons of tbe children; see the surprise
and delight depicted on rack fare as
names are read, and tbe presanta for
each taken to arm* and careful posses
bet them witness this sight and then
resolve, in future, to bn more tolerant
of others. \
bet them consider the happiness of
others and their own selfishness, l-ct
them rcmemtiar the cause, the reason
for this day of rajoletng. of general;
good will, of thanks offering and gift
giving: tot them remember the One
who was horn to save mankind and
whose Injunction was to do good to
WHAT AUGUSTA STARTED
The New Orleans Tlmes-Oemorrat of
Wednesday has a three-quarter column
editorial on the Southern Ijrceum as
sociation. started. It says, several years
ago, In Augusta, and now In a most 1
flourishing condition. It. states that
such men as Zangwill, Hall Caine, lan,
Maelaren. Dr. byman Abbott, Marion
Crawford. George Kennan, John FtskC.:
Dr. Geo. 0. larrlmer. Dr. Russell
Con well. Dr. Frank Gunsaulus, Dr. j
Talmage, F. Hophlnson Smith. Robert!
J. Burdette. Mnx O’Retl, Henry Wat *
terson. Kdw. E. Hale, John H. Gordon
any of the beat lecturers—are heard
In lioulsvilU for 14 cents admission, In
Charleston 12 1-2 rents, and at other
points at approximate flgurcß. owing
to the co-operative feature, In twenty
four of the largest cltlea of the south,
beginning at San Antonio and ending
The hreeume are merely large clubs
of the literary or literature-loving peo
ple. who unite In a large way to secure
for themselves entertainment of this
character. Each lycettm Is independent
—being In itself a local affair but
by the existence, of the circuit the best
lecturers become available to all the
jetties. Mr. Hugh C. Middleton Is
now in New Orleans and the Crescput
City Is soon to be added to the cir
Why isn't the end of a loaf a corner
Why isn't a skin game a sort of cau- 1
Why are so many people in bad com- ’
pauy when In solitude?
Why Isn't a man who wears specta
cles troubled with sea-sickness','
TBK JS. TTOTTST.A -ETHTRjA LD
' l*rrt» Opinion*
Of the Trip.
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nalbw whose aor* dlvlalows at tost are ,
A Tactful Orator,
. Syracuse Post
The word* of the Prr*lk»l spoken to J
aa awdlaece of gouthera mea la Arlan
ta <>a Wedaeaday are of the aort that
hral deep wounds sad make for tto
last lag welfare of mlllkitva. A wla# at- j
lection of time, place and Hreutnatanre
without which the beat I hough-« an I
acta may fall or be mischievous, eon
j tribttted to make the speech the real
reunion of the American people These
expression* have already traveled to;
! the ends of tha toad and found n re- <
aponae In tbe feeling* of all who really
desire the unity and welfare of this na
ri*retied Twice Through Georgia
If there baa baen during this year
lg9g a neater speech than that of Pre*
tdent JlrK'.olry to be people of Ala- i
bama, it would be hard to Had And
H has been a year of diplomatic dlsrua
aions of great public policies. Presl- J
dent McKinley seems to be getting ;
along all right In marching through
Oeorgla—and Alabama. He represent*
the army of the Union In the War of
I*9*. and the army of the Union in the
War of 1861-65.
flodel* of Good Tastt.
The President's speeches tn Atlanta |
have tieen models of graceful rhetorle
and good taste. Thst they have high- I
ly pleased not only the cT lxena of At- 1
laiita, but the people of the entire
South, Is not to he doubted. There a re
pot a few who will regsrd the Pres- j
Ident's oratorical effusions of the last
three day* a* the opening In the South
of his campaign for reunnilnatlon and
re-election. But we need not stop to
inquire whether his motives are partly
political and aolflsh, or not. It is
enough for us to feel that he Is saying
the right things at the right time, an.l
that he l» not transcending his plain
duty In letting the people of the South
know from the Ups of the Chief Mag
istrate, himself a Union veteran, that
*so far as the Nojrtn l» concerned, the
old score has been wiped out and w ill
nevermore be revived as s pretext for
A Gratifying Trip.
President McKinley's visit to the
South has probably been one of the
happiest Incidents of his lire. Ho hns
been told In an unmistakable manner
that tbe South Is his friend, and that
he has tirmly cemented the North »n(l
the South. Such a knowledge cannot
possibly he otherwise than pleasing
and satisfactory to a man who Is so
thoroughly, so Intensely wrapped up In
his nation aa Is President McKinley,
l.ove of country, and duty to the na
tion are the very predominating char
acteristics of President McKinley’s prl
vate and olfliial life, and there is no
question that nobody finds a keener
sense of intense peasure In the ovation
given to him In Atlanta, than does the
Ohtaf Executive of the nation himself.
Not for personal reasons, nor because
of \unity, far from it, but because he
sees a country he loves, united and
standing firmly under out- flag.
Echo Has No Answer.
' Albany Journal.
tn the midst of all this clamor of
frightened men there stands firmly
placed. With the full courage of his.
convictions mu! the full knowlcds®
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a* ragmuAw* aad thrir flu# rlotha* of
j (#v aw *gr— tnr allow;** them to
j .usd around p-»Mb #ntran< es R*#rv
I on* of thorn —M h# ta better era
! ploy—st no tha ebalngang. aad any
’ rigor who will Interfere fa tha ma"#r
sad break up tha *vlt will wla goldan
opinions from all ritpvUMt people.
t« to the youag women who are aoa
- reptlbla to th# wile# of the*# masher*,
what I* to be said* It hum to ha
quit* aa aatural for girt* to admlr* a
handsome man aa for tha ruato sox to
he fascinated by beauty. If ugly
men caution or advise women agalast
tbe delusion of th* fine clothe* aad
good Inks, tha cry of aour grapes I*
' raised and the counael re Juried. Nftf
doe* It follow by any —an* that a
j man cannot both wear atyllab clothe#
j and be good looking, and stilt be a
; worthy gentleman. Hut we who coid
i ly observe tbe general drift know that
! in* man who runs altogether on hi*
wardrobe and lonaorial adornments
banks on very flimsy capital and lack*
genuine manhood. . Ilowevor. young
women determine their fancies them
selves. and many of them will rontlpue
to be duped by crafty dandles. It is
! g penalty to which Innocent Ignorance
will ever be subject. Nashville
Even With Her Crosa Examiner, j
| ' Now." said the lawyer who was!
conducting the examination, "will you!
please state how and where you flrat j
met this man?"
| -I think." aald Ih# lady with the j
sharp nose, "that it waa ''
j "Never mind what you think," Inter-I
! rupted the lawyer. "We tcant facts
( here. We don't ear* what you think,
amt ere haven’t any time to waste lis
tening to what you think. Now. please
tell us where and when tt was that you
flrat met this man."
The wl'ncsf made no reply.
■ Tome, come," urged the lawyer. 'T ■
demand an answer to my question "
Still no response from the witness
"Your honor.” said the lawyer, turn-1
tng to the eourt. "I think I am entitled :
to an answer to the question I have
'■The witness will pleas* answer the
question." said the court In Impressive
• Why not?"
4—phe court doesn't care to hear what
l think, doea it?”
"Then there's no use questioning me
any further. I am no lawyer. I can't
tattc without thinking."
So they called the next witness.
■ 11 d • I —-
Down through our Christmas, from
From day to day. ; along life's way,
God runs his endless chain of love;
And though we stray we still may
Hia richest blessing we will prove.
His gift to ns each day so new —
The star we see of liberty.
That brings fresh hope to me and you—
Adorns still free life's Christmas tree.
And bids us all be glad and true.
Down through our lives this cord en
'TIs strong and true for me and you—
The strongest of love’s strongest
•Tift never old, 'tis never new.
And lu each thread God's glory shines.
—ASA P BROOKS.
B Co.. Tenth Minnesota.
Onyx Tables at prices
that will surprise you. Just
the thing for a gift.
At Richards & Shaver's.
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Shall I Give? S
llsad Pa'eied Meeeittss la l
ne *O.l Oi d.iO'V destetift and /
•L#|e* Bfear a* gifts sort l
sure j cheap—He* iftm J
In Fancy Dress K
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Cuff Boxes /
Woe leather and asasst f
Top Pungents v
Cut tils** and pretty style*— j
(0 rents ta 81.94. \
Toilet Bottles (
Hand painted—sol-1 in psirs. /
You can't get a prettier gift, j
Send „ , )
Nunnatly’s CenJy \
You can’t da tetter — M-a i S
yon oblige us by tasviiw your f
order on Mond.y and Tues- C
day If you want tiacial »i*e 1
Send a Box S
of Cigars t
j We bav* them put up in €
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# Christmas card—a I 10 «nd (
# lft cents Cigar*—Pries I'J 00, M
\ »2.6 t) sud 13.n0 hax. /
j AH of these and more for r
C Christmas gill* at
? Aleiander Drm Company s
S 768 BROAD BT. (
221 (9th> CAMPBELL STREET.
El. "W. IDOIDGKE
Rubber Stamps. Seals. Brands, &c.
221 91® Bt., Next to Holman's Meat Marks
EACH DAY SEEJ THE
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? ARE THE BEST C
j **A IPX tMEU C ..
Farm of thirty acr#s just
Dwelling*. itnfM and
ff iCto* In toll MCtIOOR of thto
Several of J. B, Wh.te's
new Broad street hou*e»
•re still unrented. Specie l
prices will be made to de
John W. Dickey
t to 8 library ha Utas
CLOSING OUT NILE
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JOHN H. FEAREY
Tb» R li.bls Jf water
Can be found at 211
Campbell Street, first
door from Broad.
Best Goods at lowest
ti sis. isj
FOR IRON FENCING
AUGUSTA FENCE CO..
*lO l«b itlrcel. Auguftta, '*#. j
Te- uni of Town Wurk Sallellsd-^k
Roger & Gallet s
Toilet Waters A«.uried Soaga, Ex
trseta I’ouJre tie lilt, Ac.
Bulk Extracts. Extracts in Fancy
Toilet waters, Bulk Extracts, Ex
tracts in Buttles, Sachet Powuer.
Fine Bottle Extracts.
Fine Bottle Extracts.
- Fine Bottle Extracts.
Fins Bottle Extracts.
The Howard & Willet’s
Finest Colognes in Fancy
bottles, all sizes.
Fairy Queen Cologne
Coudray’s goods- A fu I
line. If you want Per
fumery come to
THe Howard & Wind Drag company
812 Broad Street, Augusta.
Sltk Suspenders in Boxes at 50 cents.
Gents’ fine Neckwear at 2D and 50 cents.
Ladies and Gent's Silk Gartars at 25
and DO cents. Ladies and Gents’ fine
Silk Handkerchiefs from 25 rents to $2.
Ladies and Gents' Silk Umbrellas from
$1.25 up. Fine Walking canes from 25
cents up. Gents' fine Gloves o f all
kinds. Plain and fancy flocks. Shirts
and Underwear and all other things
not mentioned at reasonable prices. F.
<5. Mertins. the Tailor and Gant's Fur
nisher. opposite Planter* Hotel.
In Dressing and Mani
cure collar and cuff sets in
Dresden and other popu
lar wares at
Richards & Shaver’s.
for 60 e#nt«. and only
25 contt to fill with tho
finest Colog no. It
mak#« « mc« Chriit
L. L GiBOILLt. Drum
| • IB IIS -
Complata with Mani
cur# Brush and Comb,
Toilet Bottles, ate., at
SB. SlOand sl2.
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PROF. P. M WHITMAN.
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ini net m run *• an ■»+«• *
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FRFE OF CHARuE
COAL and WOOD
.— mom the—-
North in r*it* Coal A Supply Co
Ijt av.’l*} an®
F W. SCOFIELD, PRESIDENT
(toll Ik- a- •«< ftle-sga MS
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.
BicM & Shafer,
827 Broad St., City.
Paine, Murphy & Co.
803 Pefßolis St- TeleDboaei
1 livtlr L.s.Mt W irs* i-Urvi to bswYcrk
Cbicago and Few Or!,an*.
Orders executed over our wire# for
Cotton, Stocks. Bonds. Grain and Fro.
vUloos fur cash or on margins. Local
securities bought and sold Rsferencse
—National Exchange Bank of Augusta,
or Mercantile Agencies.
FOK S ALE.
Number 22 Telfair street—Four room
house-—Lot 40x150 feet.
Ten acre* of land on th* Hills,
near Hotel Bon-Air. Dwelling of U
rooms, stable, barn and servant house.
Will sell at a saeriflea.
Three small houses and lot# on Sand
Hills. Will sell separately or all. at a
j, 87 Acres of land near. Wrlght#bor<»
road, one mile above city's new Water
50 acres of land near MllledgeviUe
road, seven mile* from court house.
Clarence E. Clark
832 Broad Street.
gae-T be* to notify m/ friend* and
customers that I have added another chair
to my Barber Shop, making six first-class
Barbers and I hope to accommodate my
customers witbont waitine.
HOT AND COLD BATHS.
COME EARLY AND OFTEN TO
Hickey’s Barber Shop
212 to 214 Eighth St.,
OPPOSITE ARLINGTON HOTEL.
ito BRASS BAND OUTFITS
PIANOS, ORGANS and
ftjWr ) MUSICAL INSTRUfIENTS.
is m - Everything New In
L|ji? SHEET nusic
THOMAS & BARTON, Augusta,Ga.