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to w„rtt, mi sad talk ftsr Augusta du
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All i.flli-IHI Washington attended tbs
fuaera. of Beeat«r Morrill today la lbs
According to Town Topi**, tit* Dons
Will sow have to add an “a" la their
The poorest riUa*n in tbs coromunl
1y I* the t>ew*paprr borrower, oaten It
be the nawapaper boat
Alter fiytn& tor four hundred year*,
lb* Han of Spain tome* down tomor
row ft mis near the hditod of Cnba.
Mai** hadyer* and female badger*. ed»
pertaliy If the latter ar; pretty, ap
pear to be rlawed dltlfreiitly by male
Who will auee.’. •’ Morrill aa chair
man of poaslbly the moat Important
committee Is the eenatr, that of fi
Augucta's ('hrtelma* trade «ae a rec
ord breaker, taken generally, and the
same reports com* from all over ibV
"doing to swear oil drinking tomor
row. old man?” *
”1 suppose so. 1 generally do.”
The Sptlngfield Reputdlean com
plain* that Hobson got klass*. Schley
swords, but Sampson got nothing.
Hasn’t he got a pull?
In Turkey any youth and maiden
who can wa’k properly aud can under
stand the necessary religious service
are allowed to he united,
The reason that some people are not
successful in business Is because they
cannot realise that times have chang
ed and they have not changed with
The Times-Umou asks, anent the or
dering down of the confederate flag the
other day, out at Camp Mackenzie, If
the Union Jack of England would have
The New York politicians are trying
to connect the case of Capt. Carter and
the Savannah river improvements with
the light vote for Van Wyek In certain
New York counties.
Teacher—Today England stands
forth as the greatest of all naval pow
ers of the world. Bright Boy—How
can she he the greatest if she stamlß
foul th?— Boston courier.
The merchant who constantly adver
tises I* generally the one who does the
large*.! <ueh business. He is there
fort' enabled by having cash on hand
to discount his bills, and the merchant
who discounts his bills is the one that
the -natinfui'iuroys of the country look
up when they have Itargaius to dispose
of. I'taee your business befote tho
public and keep it there. ; , _
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Mate time rinte, n able editorial !
anprnrr it ip The Herald * ctdtmiaa '
bewdtel "Nlnete-n Tons of Argument ‘ |
i referring apertAcally to • •btpment
of paper received to that amount, and ,
advanced to our advertising pa In as*.
This nineteen ton* baa long ago
; passed away hi aarfuiaese. but the
subject of paper and paper pulp Mill
. liver, and la the subject of dlaruaaloti
famonp the Ameriraui perapaper puh
> Habers, and especially by our good
friend, Ed Barrett, of Birmingham
i Th# American eewspaiier publishers
‘ desire to be relieved of the robbery ln-
I fticted by the IHngley bill, and through
theta, the robbc-ry of all American
' reader*, fur the beneflt of a bandful of
; menufai'i ore ns.
The publlabera. and through them
tht American erhool boy and Che
American rentier of all other agea. are
i tnxc.i m the rate of |« a ton on print
| paper, aim »t.« 7 o» ground wood or
j pulp. No one protends that any tax t*
'needed on these article*, so tar a* the
! preservation of the laduetrim la ron
cerntd. for It is welt known that both
paper and pulp can be made In this
country at lower coats of production
than elsewhere tn the world Three
rate* were put on to enable the paper
branch of the associated manufacturers
of the countries to secure their share
of the swag. These duties put no con
siderable money In the Treasury, but
they fill the pockets of the pulp and
These mills have been formed Into
a trust, lit pursuance of the logical in
t Motions and designs of the Dlugley
bill, and the reading public are now at
Ita mercy. The trust was capitalized at
$10,006,000, or three times the value of
, ll* milks, and the price of pulp
is to be put up to earn dividends
on this capitalization. Since the for
mation of the trust the price of paper
! has beam advanced at least $5 a ton,
I thus levying upon the country a tax of
15,150,000 « year for the benefit of the
DOSTHAUt IT DOWN.
Our good friend, the New York Sun.
can,now. or since yesterday, whoa the
Hon Janies Hamilton Eewln appeared
In Washington. In tne "effulgent glory
of pink whiskers and mauvre spats,"
rest easy upon the whereabouts of the
distinguished Pacific Slop© statesman.
But the disappearance of another
Georgian vexes tho Sun. It says:
"An awful example of the fate of
the man who hauls down the Amer
ican flag, appeared In the audience
that graeted the President in Macon,
Go., thp other day in Ihe person of
James If. Blonut, "Paramount”
Blount, whom President Cleveland
scut to Honolulu for that purpose and
who pstssed iuto contempt aud Uun in
to oblivion. He represented the Ms
con district in Congress for several
terms, was chairman of Important
committees and one of the most Influ
ential men iu the House, but his eon
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(ftaaaal pvaisa m IMs aatoeat of la
! aarvMtre wauM be aboat lliat ts It
aaa pita by (tw par. bat by paring
Jtwn premttMae ha ftdraace. tbe Plate
•eta tta property pstsrtsf from Sr*
l for there years. Moat of tbe pallet**
[ wit) aaoa expire. There la. «bet«fore.
Uulta a conteet far tbe bnfttaeas Tb*
Ingsmt a at It par rear
would be 12 400 H baa bee* eug
| grated to tbe flovaraor that It would he
| the right thing ta divide the tueurenre
brtauwm tbe sixty caatpanita doing
huslftcs* la Georgia This would give
i tb* ftgeate email ctanmiMoas gto
eptere. but Mine at them prefer to play
for tbe whole stake, or a large part of
it. Governor Caadh-r baa tbe matter
la Portugal a boy of 14 la con
sidered pMriiageabir and a woman of
In Greece tbe man must bare seen .
at least 14 summers anti the woman 421
.In Russia and Saxony they are a lit
tle more senalbie. and a youth nuit re
frain from entering Into matrimony
until be caa count 12 years surd the wo
A little story bearing on French
"pollteaae" la told by the Gaulols, Up
on a recent Sunday President Fan re
thought he would show a little klnd
nraa to the officers of the Senate and
Chamber, and invited th> m to a hunt
ing party. The guests had scarcely
Installed themselves In the saloon car
riage provided for them when. Instead
of indulging tn congenial talk, each
began to read his favorite paper. M.
Faure wus greatly astonished, and rub
bing his monocle In a way which
showed that he was much disturbed.
The reading of newspapers went on,
and at last the lYesident felt he must
remonstrate with hi* guests. "Messie
urs," he said, "I really must tell you
that it Is scarcely polite to read
newspapers before the chief of the
state.” The remonstrance was received
with n big grace, and one of the guests,
M. Oatllaux, showed the state of hts
feelings by attempting to leave the
train at the first station.
An amusing; scene occurred yester
day afternoon in the Rue Lamarck,
says a Pari* letter. An architect liv
ing In the street is the owner of a
large monkey answering the name of
Bambotiia. The architect was in the
habit after liis luncheon of bringing
his pet into his sitting room and treat
ing it to a enp of coffee and a glass
of cognac. A friend <>f the architect
happened to call yesterday. Ho as
given the monkey's coffee and cog
nac. Bamboula was highly incensed
nta being thus deprived of his accus
tomed treat, and at once proceeded t&
exhibit his displeasure by throwing a
foot-stool at his muster's head. As
lie continued his protest by throwing
article arter article of furniture out of
the window, the architect attempted to
put him back in his cage, but being
unable to do so alone, ho called in his
neighbors to the rescue. Tbeir ap
pearance on the scene only added to
the resentment of the monkey, who,
dodging -his pursuers, -darted from
room -to -room, now going in through
a window, -now -through a door, -and
either broke what it could -cm his pas
sage or-threw any portable articles
out into the street. Bamboula was g}
last laid low by a bullet from a re
volver'. The wound, however, was not
serious A cup of coffee sufficed to
put Bombouia on tbe high road to re
covery. , .
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Many ap* tb# trial# B»c««u»lered by
lb* tmfortnnaae man wbo. tb tlase of
du*MWtt* kprmoll. m tan-ad to visit an
"My daar.” said Mr. Robert*. 4h
yontbfttl lac* ftuMied with beat ate
syaaptoma of trrttatic* ip bis voto*. ”1
isally should prefer to do tb* uookto
myself rather than go la that intelli
gence oftea acata
“Hava 1 secured a cook*” be wsait
08. "No. 1 have not. Mrs Roberts 1
escaped from #** drvadfnl ersntore.
wbo even aakeyi m» whether out hou«,
was ’owpad ftWe or mortgaged. ’ Aud aa
I turned from her 1 aaw a raaptetaU*
looking wouizu wbo bad JB#t autarwd
tbe room. Hb# lookad comparatively
pleasant bo I rtepped np to hsr aud
naked meekly i
-Gaa you flit the pornttoa of cook
In a family of four?'
"She looked at me aa if she’d like to
wither me with one blighting glance
and mid haughtily: ‘1 am trying to fill
that at ooauhmau In a family of two. I
thick yon would do ts yon have proper
recommendations.* ” —Youth's Com
M* Obeyed l*#traetl»as-
The Club Woman tellt an amusing
story of a party of women who recently
visited Bike's peak. A youth, still in
knes breeches, although be wore a col
lar of extraordinary height and stiff
ness, was their gnida. but hi* knowl
edge of the point* of interest appeared
to be slight.
Every few minntes he stood np and
shunted tbe name* of certain bowldets
and streams When we were nearly at
the top. he called oat:
“On th* right Is tbe Lion’s Month!"
“Why is it called tbe Lion’s Mouth?”
asked a skeptics) lady wbo had pestered
him with "whys” all tb# way.
"Aw, I dnuuo,” said the lad, tired
of being asked for information. "I was
told to holler these names. I dnuuo
why nothin. It’s ray Job to holler, ami
*» I hnllre ’’ f
In France the man must be IS years
old and the woman H; in Belgium the
same ages obtain.
In Spain the Intended husband must
have passed his 14th year and the
woman her 12th year.
Infants are effected by
foods taken by the nursing
Prof. W. B. Cheadle, of
St. Mary’s Hospital and
author of a treatise on the
feeding of infants, has shown
by experiments that wasting
diseases, will result from de
priving children of fats and
Dr. Thompson says Cod
liver oil is whatisuch mothers
and infants require. “Scott’s
Emulsion” is i pure Nor
wegian Cod-liyer oil with
tfric. and f t-00, all druggists.
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Farm of thirty rctrr ju*t
Dwelling*, store* and
ff ices in ell sections o f th*
Several of J. B. Whlta’s
new Broad street houses
are still unrented. Special
prices will be made to de
John W. Dickey
I A t l ibrary, ftniidtwt
CLOSING GOT SALE
In order to rtoa* owt my sn’ire
•fork of • nolens by tbe ftrat
at refcronry, by lb# pattern or made
to order. 1 will sail at and below
Mar, hant Tailor, 7«S Broad At.
CAN BE CURED
and can be prevented
Land’s Group Drops
so CENTS A HoYTI-E.
MADE AND SOLD ONLY BY
K. H. L^-ISriD
«2 NINTH STKSKT.
Bell ’Phone 1374
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supply your wants.
We have a full stock of
latest styles of Stationery.
I All goods finest made.
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827 Broad St., City.
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Colton. Stock*. Bonds. Oratn and Pro.
visions for rash or on margin*. Local
securities bought and aold. References
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or Mercantile Agencies.
FOR SALE. ~
Number 22 Telfair street—Eow room
house —Lot lorlsp feet.
Ten n, res of land on the Aand Hllla,
near Hotel Bon-Air. Dwelling of 12
rooms, stable. t*>rn and servant house.
Will sell at a sacrifice.
Three small houses and lots on Send
Hills. Wilt sell Separately or all, at «
1 S 7 Acre* of land near Wrlshtsbora
j road, one mile above city’s new vvatee
| basins. _
| 50 acres of land near Mllledgeeitla
i road, seven miles from court house.
Clarence E. Claris
832 Broad Street.
|g-I b«s to notify my friends and
customers that I have added another chair
to my Barber Shop, making six first-cl«s«
Barbers, and I hope to accommodate my
cuitouiera without waiting.
HOT AND COLD BATHS. j
COME EARIN’ AND OFTEN TO
Hickey’s Barber Shop
212 A 214 Eighth Bt., 'i
OPPOSITE ARLINGTON HOTEL.
after the spree need*
LAND’S HEADACHE CAPSULES, %-r.
They cute 36 out of 37 headaches.
2 for 5e.. 25c. one box of 12.
THE HOWARD & WILLET DRHG CO.
812 Broad St.. Augusta, Ua.