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ha’ll have tha touch on you by no# by
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The man who laugh arc all rapra
•anted la out column.. Join them
Pat Btr*hs* htoft a diary,
dd ifiit fnuf ftvpnoad mill
A marry Christmas to oaa and all.
Hitchcock. » er Bliss, ii aJao a mil-
ftouifveil |§|| our ri|btcottt vnni
work ii Jititt U*Kun
’’Embalmed Beef" la what tha Ban -
tiago tation* war* cal lad.
Tha I’nitad State* will hare nearly
five acre, of apace at the Paris agpost
The war revenue tax on the will of
the 'Father of Atlanta'' amount* to
nearly 11 .MO.
The Charleston constable la a elgll
ant fellow. Ha wised the wine* for the
New England dinner,
McKinley has planted the seed for
■Otne great Oeorgta watermelon* nett
caaaou. Richmond Time*.
Now the* want an annual carnival,
or instill era*, in Atlanta. Better not
lartta tha Alabama legislature to the
The Columbia State think* that "lit
tle old fighting Jo<- Wheeler la all right
In other respects, but he lock* dignity
The tight at the SehueUen Plata
yriterday afternoon was mos* cheerful.
It if Indeed more bleaaed to give than
K new paper has appeared In New
York, named Verdict, hacked by O. H.
P. Uelmont. It« first issue Jumps ou
Savannah is being showered with
compliments, through the kind words
of the correspondents who accompa
nied the presidential party.
The steamer St. Paul arrived at Ma
nila last night and gladdened the
hearts of our boys in blue, with the
Christmas greetings from home.
Even If the constable hadn't returned
the wine. Major Cummings' speech
would have made Charleston’s New
England banquet sparkling and exhil
arating enough. >
It Is small wonder that General Go
bin Is so highly esteemed in the Key
stone state. Ills Christmas contribu
tion to the West End needy shows the
charitable character of the man.
The regimental standard for the
Third Georgia was shipped by mistake
to Neuvitas. instead of to Savannah
Then they concluded to send the regi
•nent to the colors, instead of bringing
the colors back to the regiment
General Lawton—who. by the way.
rcujld not come to Augusta with the
r residential party—made the shortest
and most unique speech of the trip.
After a great deal of eulogy of the vol
unteers had been heard, Lawton, after
repeated calls, responded and said: “I
am not a speaker; I'm a soldier. I’m
not a hero, either; I’m only a regu
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Anarrti .tr require* a strong band to
| .oppress It. and the man who boldly
!«dv-cate* assassination, the apply Inc
• of the torch, who talks of the president
shd the supreme court In such fashion.
i should be suppressed and at ooce. |
Buch a man la an enemy to hta own
The Herald has hid occmslon several
times recently. In discussing the qm-s
--tlon of territorial expansion, to quote
the views of Mr. Andrew Carnegie on
i the subject,
A few years ago a little pamphlet.
1 called “A Look Ahead." was In circu
lation. It bad been reprinted from
! the magazine in which It first appear
ed. and subsequently was Included iu a
| Here are two sentences from
( a book Ahead," which are still inter-
j *rhr American people are favorable
10 the extension of national bounda
! rles. No evil but great good ha* come
1 from every succeeding addition to their
The author of ’’A Ixiok Ahead" was
and Is Mr. Andrew Carnegie. He is
■ scared when he looks ahead now, luit
the American people are not. They are
still favorable to the extension of their
national boundaries and they have not
forgotten that great good has come
from each addition to their territo
A HASTY ACTION.
The Herald consider* Senator But
ler's proposal to pension Confederate
soldiers ill advised. Not that we would
not like those noble old fe lows who
wore the gray receiving a support at
the hands of the American peop'.o.
Theit struggle against overwhelming
odds has made our common country
a great, r sight to look upon and has
added a lustre to the name. “Amer
ican.” which will grow brighter and
m%e resplendent with ,tne passing
years. But the suggestion that it be
done should come freely from the
North, not from the South, nor should
it be championed by Southern mem
bers. We cannot go too fast, we can
not rußh sentiment too far. The Pres
ident ’skwords have done much to ob
literate the last vestige of feeling
whir remained, but time alone can be
the perfect healer. When both sides
appreciate and know the other as they
should; when the North realizes tho
South was Defending its rights under
the Constitution and the authority of
Ihe Supreme Court; when it realizes
that it rase in its might to repel an in
vading army and that It never surren
dered as long as it could stand; when
on the other hand the South appre
ciates that North was not trying
to rob it of its rights, but was trying to !
keep the Union from being dissolved; ■
when both sides appreciate and under
stand the valor and magnanimity of j
the other we shall understand each
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What He Should Have Done.
"Ah. no." she signed, "I am not
worthy of you."
! The young man stood as one stricken !
‘ with a palsy, A deathly pallor over
spread ois countenance; he tried to
spenk. but hie tongue would not obey j
him. aays the Cleveland leader.
Meanwhile the maiden’s cheek*
hissed and her eyes flush** She
clenched her little white hand* 401
flpreuly that the palls of her Ongers cut j
Into hr tender palm*.
At last, with n mighty effort. Vivian
Osgood pulled himself together, and
"Oh. ihl* will break my heart! I can- j
not survive It.”
Then he sank down In his chair from
which he had risen up In his strong
young manhood but a moment before, j
and. resting his elbows on his knee*
and burying his face In his hands, sob
Beatrice Biiaklrk moved upon him ns j
a tigress approach<% her prey. Grasp- j
Ing him by a shoulder she shook him j
roughly, sod angrily cried out:
"What do you mean by acting In this
He looked at her wllh a tvondir upon
"Explain yourself, sir,” the beauti
ful girl fiercely continued. "No man can
come into my father's house and carry j
on as yon have been carrying on the
last three minute* without an explana
•But—biM,” Vivian Osgood said,
"you have told me you were not worthy
"Fool!” she returned, "you shon’d
have declared that It was false—that
you would take roe In spite of It! Go
away somewhere and nerve an appren
ticeship at lovemaking. Then come
back to me. and we shall see!”
He begged for pity, but she was ob
durate, and es he stumbled out In'o ,
the unsympathetic night he was fol
lowed by a low, mocking laugh.
Why He ?tnld.
Mr. T.. a business man of Cleveland,
says The Plain Dealer, rents desk room
in his office to Mr. B„ whence the fol
lowing story: "Is Mr. B. In?" asked
“No,” replied Mr. T„ thinking he re
cognized an unwelcome caller. "Well,
I’ll wait, for him.” said the caller, sit
At 5 o’clock he was still waiting.
At 5:30, still waiting.
A *ew minutes before fi Mr. T. closed
his <V>sk for the day, and prepared to
go home. The caller ventured to ask if
Mr. B. was likely to return to his jjt
flee that day. Mr. T. answered:
"No; he is in Buffalo, and will be
bar k next Tuesday morning."
The caller showed no anger. On the
contrary he smiled.
••Don't apologize,” tie xald, "my
1 business was not important, and your
office has proved a very pleasant loung- j
lng place Fact is,” he added, blandly, j
"1 suppose I’m coming down with th* |
smallpox, and the dor tor Told me ioj
stay indoors and warm.”
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thorn vtbu have none.. Arabian.
If the time does not *att you. salt
yourself to tba lime. Persian.
Whsn god* gave fools months. It was
not that they might talh. but ant. *—
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-1 he* long, but It ran kill a man ala
« s a
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he establishes one foot before ha takes
up tha other. Blnshrlt.
tv a • •
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a’all b*. buried In a rice tub with ii »
mouth sewed up -Chluesa. /
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A man of little learning Is Ilka the
frog who. having never seen the ocean,
thinks iu well a great sea. Bur
•• • •
As a spoon taste* not of the flavor
of the soup, so a fool In tha company
of the wise learns nothing. Bur
From small profit! and many ex pen
Come s whole life of sad consequen
Chrlstnia* day now t* here.
But somehow we all do fear
That lor u* the day will bs
Not a day of Jollity..
Don’t you wish we’d have some fun
With the Christmas time begun?
Don't we wish that We could be,
With Cncle Sain across the sea.
Cnde Main I* ery kind.
If we could hut him remind
Of tjic troubles that we fear,
All hi* good thing* he would share.
Don't we wish that he could know
How to him we want to go?
Don’t we wish that we eould he
There with him across the sea.
Cncle Ham Is very good.
If he knew he surely would
Take us there with him to be
Part of hi# big family.
Don’t we wish that we eould tell
That we love our friend so well?
Don't we wish that e could he
With Uncle Ham across the sea!
Now, Christinas comes hut once a year,
And many a heart does It cheer,
80 let us pass this Christmas here,
And wish you all a happy New Year.
—W. O. Adams, Troop D., Third V. 8.
A writer says sleep Is conducive to
beauty. Perhaps it is, but we have seen
some rather homely policemen, nev
ertheless.. —Chicago News.
Young children, to avoid
marasmus, scrofula, or
rickets, and develop healthy
tissues, bones and teeth, need
fats and hypophosphites. Dr.
W. Gilman Thompson,
Prof. Materia Medica and
Therapeutics, in the Uni
versity of New York, asserts
that Cod-liver Oil is the
best fat for the purpose.
Scott’s Emulsion is cod
liver oil partly digested and
combined with hypophos
phites, it gives children
material for rich blood,
solid flesh, hone- and teeth.
goc. awl- $ ( .00, all 4piggi«ts.
SCOTT & BOW NT, Chemist >, New York.
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718 BROADWAY 71 8
Shall I Give?
Hand Ps<m*4 Novsttln In
no end ol dslniy J«k»« st>d
sbspm yopalsr as gilts and
sure y chest—Bs* them.
In Fancy Dres*
ICautJiul n s gift—of otir
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Kins leather snd newest
Cut Glass snd prsllr styles—
Hand painted—told in pain.
You can ( *#t a prattler gift.
Nunnally’s Csn iy
You can’t do belter—Won't
you oblige us by leaving your
order.on Mohd.y snd Tues
day If you want sjecisl size
Send a Box
We have them put up In
boxes of wl b sj*eeial
Christmas csrd—ad 10 snd
J 6 cents t'lgare—PrlOO ez 00.
*2.to slid *3.00 box.
HITAII of these slid more for
Cbristnins gifts “t
Alexander Drm CompanY
108 BKOAB BT.
221 (»th) CAMPBELL STREET.
E 3. "W. DODGE
Rubber stamps. Seals, Brands, ic.
221 9th St., Next tu Holman’s Meat Marke
EACH DAT iEES THE
sun ImonHt JSlwib thu I ssti ii at
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j Beers |
? ARE THE BE9T i
Farm of thirty acrflfl just
Dwelling*. Morva and
f fu.eg in ail Aflctiuna of tha
Several of J. B. Whlte'k
new Broad «treat houses
are ettll unrentod. Specie'
price* will be made to de
John W. Dickey
I A t tstenry **-sfMin«
CLOSING OUT SALE
In order la rkse owl nr snttiw
stock of woo lops by th* first
of rebrggry. i»y the psilern or made
to order, I *lll sell St Mil bti-tW
\ttrr am Tillor, 7fS Iff toad 111.
Pilk Hspendrrs In Boxes at 50 cents.
Gents’ to Neckwear at 25 and 50 cents.
Ladle# hd Gent's Hilk Gartars at 25
and 5 n ent? JLadlea and Gents' fine
Silk Hadkerchlef# from 25 cent# to $2.
Ladle# ltd Gent#’ Silk Umbrella# from
$1.23 Ut Fine Walking canes from 25
rent# uj Gents' tine Gloves nf, all
klndx. lain and fancy Socks, Shirt#
and Uiycrwear and all other thing#
not itlrrioiied at reasonable prices. F.
(5 Mooli*, the Tailor and Gent's Fur
ntshel opposite Planters Hotel.
In Dressing and Mani
cun collar and cuff sets in
Drisden and other popu
lar vares at
Richards & Shaver’s.
For SO crnlfl. and only
26 c**nt» to fill with ffh#
finflflt Cologne. It
rnftkot * nice Chriet
I L GiHUIUL Drmlfl.
Ludloe’ E'eg.tnt ,
• IS css •
Completo with Mani
cure Brush and Comb.
Toilet Bottles, etc., at
SB. $lO and sl2.
L A GARDEUE, Drucgbt.
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PROF. P. M. WHITMAN,
•09 7lfcßL Airwtk. OS
Btm PMCf EYE Ts BTB ke sF .itor* «
Sight, po ts IV. pens* sir xlsns. aa* W AW.
laosss cut ato vow Are— vrhttt fom so.
FREE OF CKARtiE.
COAL and WOOD
—Pi Ufl THE
North Ao*of tg Coal k Supply Co
N* sctliy gr-d ustl'y UusrsMs^d
F W SCOFIELD, PRESIDENT
Bsil i'tinß. Uu4 Mruvtgsr 2M
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We sell Eastman’s Kodak*
and all size FILMS. Call
and see how cheap we can
supply your wants.
We have a full stock of
latest styles of Staflone.’y.
All goods finest made.
BiM & Shaver,
827 Broad St., City.
Paine, Murphy & Co.
803 Reynolds SMeleplioiiei
1 livsle Li-sira tv im* f liKt to Nsw Yorx
Chicago sad N’sw Orleans.
Orders executed ovsr our wire# for
Cotton. Stocks, Bonds. Grain snd Pro.
; visions for cosh or on margins. Locsd
s.rurltles bought and sold. Reference
—National Exchange Bank of August*
or Mercantlls Agendas.
Number 22 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 houses and lots on Sand
Hills. Will Bell separately or all, at a
87 Acres of land near Wrlghtsboro
road, one mile above city’s Few water
50 acre* of land near MilledgevlUe
road, seven miles from court house.
Clarence E. Clark
832 Broad Street.
fM~ f beg to notify my friends and
customers that I have udd d another chair
to my lturber Bliop. making six first-class
Barbers, and I hope to accommodate uiy
cuxtomere without wuitin*.
Hot and cold baths.
COME KAKLY AND OFTEN TO
Hickey’s Barber Shop
212 & 214 Eighth St.,
OPPOSITE ARLINGTON HOTEL.
$ BAND OUTFITS
\ PIANOS, ORGANS and
) MUSICAL INSTftunENTS.
Everything New In
THOMAS & BARTON, Aiipsla.Ga.