THE HIGHEST STANDARD
IN MEN S APPAREL
(• shown in ouf liock of Suit* And Ov©f
ro*tt--Thn tcionce And skill rtfltctid
in every d#lAil of thow |ifM§ntf must
n«c*ft«AHly Appn.il to you m ihi
Tie Very Besi ClotliDg Tial Can fie Made
Suits S7.SO SIO SIS. S2o.S2Sn=7=n
Overcoats S7.SO up to 535.00 I "" 1
HIS d£VRtANO ISP#AtS SE
PrUM-te** «i Of**** rw estate*
k*«* MM m«clk totVO* : b# \
MM fmmi Ml Ok* «M<t as Ml* H*k»«
MM* test. attkwaglk Ik* gk*lk»4«w*
mi >■»'■ M. th*l tbe aw ot M*
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ttf hMWMIMk • MW tb* •» l*f***
MM. H»t t**» —iMVVr teita Ms.
,mA ITT- t* klg *Vt#*» S*»ir* •*«*
m A* rMuiom w »fc# ugM «< n*w
M*i FkttM ss4 dri*#* Nrl Mom* Mi
Id <uM| rsrrisg* U> rnMii Mi
mu until tk* »**t MWto* *4 >*•
To <b# rote#** ra*n Mr* n««*S»ol
la • •art of (VUrw **tat, »««l<J«*s or
Mini Hi Iwiii f»etn ffk# go#* to s<k-
IMtr ••to** Wltk ko lIUMIk *r
eMlktltv** MH«( Ik* pr»f#»wir«
wive* and *tl* la (Mr front mar florai-
Umm a ctdleftan tasrtfMl •
of hoaor M krr *tda. ta wkteh rw I**
la th# subject of aucH <*»■#• at tbe
•Jab (Mat elf Hi at dinner
Mra Clevelsted ttaoa oat of doors at
Pilarrton to a trap Iwhlad a tsadegi
tna *H# dri trr* orrr #v#gy Jar ##v
road witkla tw*tr«y ail!#* and tb#
nnwlff geogl# raa* out la front of
(Hr farm bouse* to ar her pa**, ft hr la
a pmaita*at patrvae** of rtillegs
•porta Mid arnnt alii) braaary aud
nihbllnk aha la a familiar llgur# oa
ihr nolvrraity (till llaha. Vtrfor* th*
odvrut of Hi* Uleretaodv Prlaecton
anrtrty eglgUd Mt hot houar*. and It*
moot rlolrat form of atMotlc* *•» the
t#,v fight. Mra. devrlaad aam* *u
•mured aad pl»?e»l (rnal*. The on
trnlal damr* rvtol rtftlfrH tashhia
ahtr mo nt elrtrt* ntid played trtint*.
Mr* fTgycland la personally or
quaint, 4 »4p moa* of (hr upper rlae*-
mi In the Mi ratal ty
"1 met MMCjanlkai oo ihe front
rampiut this mntoint" said a young
Junior “anti e»l?*d njr by name.
Hay hut aha* a p#sch!" Thl* I* thr
experience and opinion of n majority
of thr autdrnt body. Mr* Cleveland
will atop aometif! #e to talk with an
undarcraduatr arquaititanrr on the
qiiadratialr. Then *om» unfeeling
scoundrel will lift hi* vole* mid cry,
•‘Tea*” and aoineone rlac calla. “Head*
out!" The unfortunato aiUdeßt'a
Iritmda atand atound at a respectful
distance and grin, and the student
grows red In the fare ami wlshe# he
ware In the tomb of hU ancestors or
In aonio euuallr remote spin Through
tt all Mra. Cleveland wear* a took of
serious Innocence tlul la perplexing.
lt» hi* rrlatloaa with the students
Mr, Cleveland. listi, W friendly. When
ever an athletic Victory or sufficient
Importance a bcnflre over the
historic enunon the atudent* Indulge
In a "horse" parade during which they
boldly luvadfc tb» Cleveland estate,
teample the flower-lwd* and demand a
apeeth. Mr. Cleveland is ludulgent In
this regard, and when he appear* <>u
the veranda In his spacious hath robe
the students forget to be »w*d by his
griwtiiese aud give vent la "triples
and "locomotives" and otlur fantastic
ch*»r* with "Orovers" at ih* end.
A student visited Mr. Cleveland to
fwure an Interview for-a newspaper.
Mr, Cleveland obligingly answered the
questions nakad. Then he bethought
himself of the student'# probable In
experience In Journalistic matters. "I
will write the Interview myself." said
be. "I don't want you to make an ass
of me" The great, man wrote pain
fuly for half an hour, at the end of
whlrh time ho handed the manuscript
to the student to read. The young
man was® able to decipher the former
President's peculiar ohtrogrnphy. Af
ter tangling himself tip vtnpardonably
In the first three line# the student ad
mitted his defect. Mr, Cleveland laugh
ed good naturedly and dictated tbe In
ervtew. When It was finished the
student gathered the uselss pages
which Mr. Cleveland had written.
"Why?" asked Mr. Cleveland. But
the student blushed rosy ml and an
swered never a word. These same
imgcs. tied with orange and black, oc
cupy a place of honor In a college
room between a beautiful fan marked
"Exhibit A" and a gaudily adorned
Hophomore Club hat of long ago.
■ . - :
Everybody Is going tat the minstrels
CIVIL WAR OV
I Hera hi a flraat How A he* A l«f
utpwtat Cafcia thipafrh ta If, T, tss I
Bom* Or l& - A 4k*potrh ta tM
| itailaa Mldtara * MactMla aaya that Ha*
* ta# mas* impa* taut of to*
Ahrsatataa rhiat*. haa a#taa4 #\
I tktowa lata petaaa an aa*
' >ag who wa* ssrnt m Hat hp U «*s
. tana tatf* as Kiaa JAattsßah Tk*
ton*r la pcmskcwa ta s***ch ***• ***
K** Msncswl* wha J*l tsiif appealed
|to ta* Italtaaa la Krttraa i* ****** h m
agahsat tk* king kit* appeal wa* ra
It** Mangaarta and Ra* M'chaei ar*
ik# uaty n»(d< * or cfclafs ta Abysw nia
who tah*ratted (halt titbsk All tk*
[other* roaa from the rank* Manga** is
is thr most powerfqi and lat*ll#ei ial
of th# Has. and the ItalUta* held hta
' prowesa la much rwtpect wh#a thr*
j w*ra at war with Ah) *inta la time
of peso the Rat «u at th# bead of
the ctvtl administration tn thatr r*»
•ptctlva province* Ras Msagascta
had a pfkm dl»#r#ac# with lb# king
' during the war with Italy, and at that
, um# he had the firm friend-hip and
I suppott id Qoea Taltu, who. though It
11* *aid she ta much dsvoted to the
i king, has a mind of hep own. and has
: it# hiettated to tllfftu with him at
I < tires <*B matters of Mate policy. The
king was very dealrotta during ibe war
Ito make hi* victor* doubly sore by
[ .umrminlnk the d r rvt*hes to his aid.
j Afire th# great Italian reverse at
I ,vdiwi. King Menetok <*#nt this m#«
sage to tbe Khalifa: "I have b. aH*n
the ttsllanv at Adowa, It la bow your
I turn to beat them at Kassaia " Kas
-1 ratg la th# town on the western edge
|of the Italian roioay Krttrea which had
tieen captured frtim th# dervlshea. The
Khalifa was known to tw anxious to
n'tsbir* th# pl;c«, and King Menelek
;r;ed to eg* hi 1 on In time to serve
hie os i purpose*. There eras, how- 1
ever, a strong party In Abysainia. led
hy lias Mangascla. and supported by
the self willed queen, which »*e k ut
terly opposed to any understanding or
denilngs with the dervlshea. The
king did not change his sentiments,
tint the queen had her way on this or- 1
A little while after the Adowa bat- '
th* the Italians decisively defeated
the dervishes before Kassaia. and.
much to the disgust of the king, Ka*
Mnngascia sent his congratulations tq,
Haldlsscra and hia brave soldier* for)
their victories over the dervlshea. NOi
Information has yet come to hand with 1
regard to the present trouble between:
(he powerful ras and the more power-!
ful king. Mangoseta and Queen Tal-'
til, it'oreover. are no longer friends. !
and the ras la not persona grata at the
Aby>sinian court. Though Ra* Man
gascla could undoubtedly bring into
the field, even again#' the king, a
considerable army, he ttould have lit- j
th* prospect of calling the country
hi* side and humiliating his sovereign
hv decisive di f*ot. Menelek has car
ried much further than any of his pre
decessors the process of making Abys
sinia nn orderly, though of course only ;
a seml-elvilUed. state. Tn the fc*v!
years he ha* been on the throne, he |
has tamed or conciliated every trllie I
within hi# dominion. King Theodore
was continually at war with the fierce
Ras, but all of them came to aekwol
edge the sovereignty of Menelek. It
will be Interesting to note the course:
of the new Internal trouble confront
Nunnalyy's tine candies In one and
two pound boxes, fresh twice a week
at Alexander Drug Store.
tty Associated Press to The Herald.
Pittsburg. Pa.. Oct. 15.—The win
dow glass plants throughout the United
I States foiled to start the season s oper
!at lons lust night Tbe fires were block-
I ed. and may, be extinguished. Fifteen
(thousand workers who have been iook
i ing forward to the general resumption
| on Oot. 15 will he forced to remain iule.
! There is a strike for the advance of
wages for the cutters and firiteners, but
! really the trouble Is the result of the
(fight between the Knights of Labor and
■ the American Federation of Labor.
The manufacturers say the fires will
be kept blocked for a reasonable time.
The Prescription business at Alexan
der Drug Store is larger than ever.
[They sell the best.
I Fun golore—Minstrels tonight. *•'
lOHMIItR Vi* lk< Mwfßt'i |f«t
[ an#* a tatty tam*ta» *wd snotta*'*
I amt Hama* I #* tint *■** * «Hai Ha M*
I a*m# Ha k sik *«'—•»* (Hay gaswawiiwl
Iwvor tiw>* *M HawtaW tH#»* m** m a,
I I art am yont'* Hwoa* TH*r ***at m (
, M ikw **4 m »Het* bm •*•* BWt ,
(•( (Ha Hamas awtHee wa* Na mad# |
I far a sa amg Boot Hg vwtH «m •***"* j
Ittvoa Hot Btkaa Htm M# *«»*rt** **A
[ ■•*• ik* marsH. Hsrt «Ha l if a *”*
|.• •!*## Him I%av Hod * fws*H 'turn
lot H, Hat gal (Hat* ••* M* ••*'
w«m«h< HacH la Ua> an? aad la Haw ta I
y**siS tissstg# Wa***- k*mm*#t* to* |
»rtmM 5 ACCIOCVT.
Towag Jaaiea MakHavka Hra*» Ms
Vk hiU ,#*>o| ta« a m* **>•*• k Ilk* «a
tH# Mill yaatevday altievamm, >°*»*
} SaWt** liVMMFf'lil. IP* wmm
jmm vs Me* WilMom MwtHevla »•*
attH a *e*"t* sad potafßl * “*• ■* l
I TH* tad cm htM a Haas*' fcetasgtßg
Ita aim as *Ha A. *d#my yaytla, vko
usually rsk* HI» to aH«I ask « *kt
rwmißg •• fall n**k *»•• (Ha imk la
rtxNM of tfc* Hwmasaevttl# Academy
Wb*-o iHa gai# aaa r#»ctt#d iHe Hofaa
niUmty *a#rvrd and #at#r#d THIS
mPMi of iH# kurw Heiag totally aa- ,
c%p* ted Hy Ma ftdev Ha wa* uapr#- i
pared for It and aa* throws violently
lo lb* gwiuad
Aa aooa as yalik* at#dl#al aftea
iloa wa* giv*a Him aad It wa* fouad
•hat (He tsrg* hone of His rtgHt l*a j
wa* Hroheti Jaat aHov# tHe kw## TH*
break la a Mam break aad ant atratgHt
or row tkc boa* and Will oe '#***rl 1#
taka W*gec to fcaß togethw, Dr.
Thomas Wright set tbe injured mem
her ttbla morning ask #ac*a#d It Id
plaster of pari* The little f#llnw
Stood tbe ordeal msnfolly, b«» It will
b# several week* before be car. again
J Wilson * Cleveland tanight '
Papers filed la Clerk’* Office During
The follow lag malty iranafers a era
rrcorded in the clerk's office today.
Oeorgia iUllroad Idnd and Oclodlaa- |
Utm company to A. Wbittl- |
m«»re. twenly-one acres <»f land on Hi#
Milledgtvllle road: consideration. 113 k.
Patrick Armstrong to Daisy Peck
Blodgett, property on northwest cor-
Itier Of Reynolds sad McCarlan ativete:
Patrick Armstrong to J. T. Bothwelt, ,
fonr lota on Mct'artaa aireel; conald- ,
, erolton. 12.100.
1 wibelle Walker tn naplist Socl**r. |
!of Augusta. Oa., property on south
side of Walker street; consideration.
MATTINEK WAS CALLED OFF. j
Minstrels Paraded at 3 O’clock This
I On account of the lateness of the ar
rival of the South Carolina and Oeor- |
gia train, on hoard of which w.is the
Olevelaml-Wtlaon Minstrel uggre
! gallon, the matinee .which was to havo
heen Riven st 3 o'clwk wn* called off. ’
The show will be given tonight as
The minstrels paraded at 3 p. nt..
making a very creditable display.
REV. N. O- JACKS.
He Is Suffering From Catharal
The very gratifying intelligence has
been received that the condition of
Rev. N. tt. Jacks is slightly Improved
today. Mr. Jacks >s suffering from ca
theal appendicitis. It is sincerely
hoped hy Mr. Jacks’ hosts of frieuds
thHt an operation will not bo neces
sary and that ho will soon be restored
to his wonted good health.
DIDN’T FI.AQ STREET.
Case Docketed Against the C. & W.
A case has been docketed against
the Charelston and Western Carolina
railway for not flagging Ferry street,
a short thoroughfare west of Fif
teenth street. The case comes before
ihe recorder Monday morning.
SENT TO MILLEIs.
Remains rs Mr. Mark Lovett Sent
Homo For Burial.
The remains of Mr. Mark Lovett, the
young farmer of Screven county, who
died yesterday morning at the hospi
tal from the effect# of a gunshot
wound received a week ago. were sent
last night to Millem und will be inter
red near his home today.
TH® JiTJOTJ&TjL mZSUfcsUX
AUOUW a LVCtfEUM,
1 f*f wm !r|mnv4 us fib# %, 4MWNI
b*#w #mlmJm< 4 Mil •»*# k**»i'ri:
jlHIa m>waia« hi tHe ( <vkM t#MM#ry |
TH#y wft) mat tHeru aa’H jpermlmbm i
j (• oauis.4 from the Hew Tort HuaUH l
•othari-.lea for tketr sHipmeat to Ike
t al wl R ate* I
The body was take* to th# ■ »m#*#ry (
. la a aumptwMts fuaei*! ear at I o ctork
rapt Hart aad Dr L*ae ***** *b# «aly I
mem bar* of the rommtsabm who av j
■ t#od#d the bod# to the reme'ery, as It
jta strictly farflMui list other* tbaa |
j tbe member* of th# atedkeal ataff *t#
j iFftd iy|i r#i Tfcf rnH«n
U|«u of His **»t io
the Tmrba hotel, at Vedado the
twwdquaiier* of the tmeric*a Cam
mbtston. to eiprif” svaipatby to oar
aommlsebmer* They atao seat a
magnificent wreath of Rower* t* he
rt*po#ited oa ska cask*, containing the
i.r#*t minstrel show tonight. y
LAND OF TORTURE.
' Hong Up By the Thumb*. W hipped
Hm Francisco. Cal., Oct. IS. —The
steamer City of Panama baa arrived
' from do nth Americaa porta, brtngiag
nt>wa cl uxecuttoo* and shocking cru- |
■ Uica perpetrated up o polh cal prla
i uner* la dalvador.
Krfrrring to the execution of pris
j oner* Ki Clarioa, one of tho nea's
* puitera brought '*> the Panama, says
j chat at Amenta, a email city of tb«
! republic, I-at Veaea da Imlio, a promi
'nawt eitlxcn. jsas shot, while Don As
i gel Vasques and In n Itelfln llarrioa
' died In prison as the result of cruelties
«.# the part of Geo Aravaio.
j' In the police station Don Vimanslo
| Hitlaur and Don J#*na Valtles were
j triced up by tne ihumb* and Cola. Don i
: Aervando and Don Vlrglllo N'slcricio J
: c-rr shot. These offlt-’r* bad distlti- i
i subdual themselves in the army under
j the regime of the president.
! Continuing, the article l« LI Clarion
i asserts that twenty ladle# have been i
expelled from Salvador, among whom I
1 i* the wife of Don Macario Martinez, j
! ope of the most prominent citizen* of
(Salvador City. Furthermore, under the
! dlrect'.otr of eGn. Villlega*. five persons j
were shot in San Pedro, while at San
i Miguel manv were executed by Gencr
! »l VlHcvancio.
Jt apoears also that tho editor of
F,l lattljo, a Journal of Salvador. Incur
red the displeasure of the government
owing to the publication of several ar
ticles ip his journal In defense of cer
tain students. For Ills offense he was
publicly whipped, a# was also the
Judge who rendered a decision in favor
of the student ’.
Ts you want a waxed floor or paint*
for any purpose call at Alexander Drug
No Here Negroes.
D.v Associated Press to The Herald.
Vlrden, 111., Oct. 15.—Attorney Wro-
Patton. of the Chicago-Vlr irn Coal j
company, is authority for the state
ment that no further attempt will be
made to land Alabama negroes at the
coal mines, whose coming resulted in
the loss of so many lives.
There is under consideration, accord
ing to Attorney Patton, an attempt to
fix the responsibility for the tragedy
upon the governor of Illinois. lawyers
declare that tt is tho intention of the
coal company to press the matter, and
it will be tor the grand Jury ot Ma
coupin county to say whether Governor
Tanner shall answer in court.
Cleaning at the Court house.
"The courthou? iR undergoing its fall
cleaning. Fresh office mattings are
being laid, windovys cleaned and heat
ing apparatus arranged for cold vvea
New York Futures.
New York, Get. 15.—Futures opened
steady at the advance. Nov. 5.25; Dee.
5.50: Jan. 5.35: Feb. 5.39; March 5.44:
April 5.48; May 5.53; June 5.55; July
5.58: Aug. 5.61. ' N
■Wilson & Cleveland tonight, n-fjlf
•Her* a# l ** "’**H#rw Fit** w**v UMa-l
ur#*fcf*»« Dam t*a>af TH# lads** ••#*
oot Ml (Hot* «teaks **4 wtMwr 4ra**w
•shl *o*r y iw all tk# •*** ***•
with tkori b*a4* «* tkrtr »««k#t* ••]
• prwrwettea seals#' tk# •!** "• i
TH* dry fooda *a4 t otbtag d*a.#ra
wot* bntwd stwltea TH* ««r«MMa «t
a wfat*r aotur* that they bad ta atoek (
•Hey p:*<*4 m #«MMUaft Ml frvmt of!
(Mr stovoa aad they t*»d rail# lav
THe aoaay *l4# of tk# street was ik*|
and all la all tk* alga* of «lat«* were'
sen oa **ery hand W«4L It I* time,
This la th* Ittb ot (Mater. r*aa«ag- j
teaatt to • Frtead
I I >und la you, *uy friend, tk* frieod I'
A a*n:*l spirit and a whol**ow>*
Not with the •*#'» *aper*titloa blind. )
But freest of the free ta word and'
And from your roaverae 1 Hava some
A sudden Inepiiaibw <ind*stg»#d.
That vanishing. Ilk# a rure-flower, be
Leave* ten* (tew odor ofrih* fragrance,
And vet beyond all tbl* that 1 have
This cte*e fraternity ot thought are
That hind me cioeer day by day to
A ceaaeletw oil whence friendship'*
lamn t* fed:
Our shirts and collar* are the **m«
Likewise our waistcoat* and our trou
-J U. TAYLOR.
M IXMiite Champeaug, saya Tba
Ix>ndon Chrunicl*. is the latent travel-,
#r who has had a glimpse of the abode j
of the ill-fated Dreyfus. In the flrat I
half of last month. M De Champeaux
and bla brother look passage on boatd
a coasting ateamcr from Surinam to
Cayenne. With some difficulty, they
persuaded the skipper to run the nar
row channel between Devil's Island
and tbe neighboring lalet on which
the governor and the aettlement re
sides. Scarcely had the vessel s bow
been turned in that direction before a
boom was heard from the watch tower
that command’s the prisoner's piace of \
exile, and shots began to splash In the |
water all around them. The course'
was speedily changed, hut they passed 1
near enough to see distinctly the war
ders, rifle In hand, skulking In tho
bushes along the shore to prevent a
"The war la over. Isn't tt?" inquired
the rigorous and aggressive partisan.
“It may be considered so.” replied
"I lmvo lieen very quiet concerning
my political views, have T not?”
"Yes. I had hoped you had modified
cone of your opinions."
“No, air! When the war began T
announced that my sympathies were
enlisted with the administration; and
now that tho war is at «n end Uiereby
notify all concerned that I have been
The Household Ammonia sold at Al
exander Drug Stare is the most popu
lar In the city.
TOO LATE VOR CLASSIFICATION
Office of Augusta Real Estate and Im
Augukta, Ga., Oct. 15. IS9S.
THE REGULAR MONTHLY INSTAL
MENT of this company is due and
payable at this office on MONDAY'.
W. B. YOUNG, President.
W. C. Jones, Secretary,
WANTED—POSITION AS ENGIN
EER or fireman on portable or sta
tionary or locomotive engine by a prac
tical man. Will go anywhere. Address
Engine, care Herald, Augusta Ga.
WANTED A RELIABLE MAN
with bicycle to put up sigtk In the
country. Address Judgment, liit'V office.
Oct 16 ■ \
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fnwfgl mm4m ttetehirtg ****§• Hof*
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Igf ma Id rttet
I ym litc mail uwM «a 4 trffeiiMl
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tartitk, taMM tefcteh )*• 1 ate itxgfc# tel#*ltem*
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Mtewt kwttfcfowi mate I nwM frt *te)k*hgf* -Ai rvadt*
!• m*Ju my trttth md **tnfk tO) tnr
I mokt my ptitm t»t htj|h tflwi|h tte *trrmi
mt in you th# riMiHi vote «u|,M tat K*»<
I fntitif my p sf« km ffWMifh ta parmri tvfA•
body to twy ha to mi 544 Iht N»t k* kb rneory *
( HAS f OtXJth. ttoMfor
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gal#* Kpln n»r# Ibiiw-st
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N#t receipt* today .. .. MOf tTOt
Through cation tod*y #• •• *—
flroM reeotpt* today .. Ml? IM.
STOCK AND RECEIPTS.
Stock tn Augusta today . Mfl WR
Kwdyti alacv fl#pt. I . llMt t?t?*
Augu.’o. Ga.. Oct. tt.—Today*# mar
kvU responded lo tk# #*riy namora of
heavy froat* ta the extrem# *outh#ra
portiog of th# cotton hrit. but rouid
not stand th* heavy realising sates
whk A,fatten*d tho bettor price*, and
We uae our best efforts to make
ymir purchase* entirely aatiafactory
COAL and WOOD
STROWOER a»i. BELL 179 b.
Office and Yard No. 1 Macartan Street
values receded to shout last Ssturday s
figure#, the close being even lower of
that of a week ago.
W do not ace how prices can ulti
mately remain at these values.
The only comparison is with flftv
flve years ngo, when the country whs.
undergoing the effects of panic, while
today we not only are In the midst ot
prosperity, but We predict that the en
suing year# will find u* on the pinna
cle of the moat prosperous period this
country has ever enjoyed.
Cheap prices, together with easy fin
ancial conditions will make heavy con
sumption of textiles, and we cannot
look at the prevailing price for cotton
as anything but an unusually good op
portunity for Investment.
PAINE, MURPHY & CO.
NEW YORK COTTON.
(By Special Wire* of Patne, Murphy
January *•** 34 Rs r j?®
February ~.. •• -• •- &••!? 38 5.35 -»
Maroh 5.41 42 5.40 41
April ’« <7 5.43 46
Xla} . 5.50 51 5.49 50
June.!" 5.54 55 5.53 54
July ~ ......*■ 5.57 58 5.57 58
August 5.60 62 5.60 61
October 5.22 23 5.22 23
..ovember 5.25 24 6.23 24
December 5.28 29 5.28
(By Special Wires of Paine, Murphy
January and February 2.63 2.63
February - and March .. 3.00 3.00
March and April 3.01 3.01
April and May 3.02 3.01
May and June 3.02 3.02
June and July ~ ~ ~ 3.03 3.03
July and Aug 3.04 3.04
Aug. and Sept 3.04 05 3.04 05
Sept, and Oct 3.01 3.01
Oct. and Nov 3.01 3.01
I Nov. and Dec. .. .. ~ 2.63 2.63
j Dec. and Jan. .. .. .. 2.63 2.63
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’ tnc th# ftriir> mm It if»4n*m •«
MtlfMit# thf • rf«M •*
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that wtwa tk# Amsrricaa termer* r**l
lift ?t»if that U** Mn *n\r%
**+ my** *} U **4™?*. t
n 4 of th« «im! ovtari.Mlirr f
i North«4Mt»rii nwirl' t* ***
j »t#Mdy ind
Th# ff<*rthw#H •• <mn* m
I tteur bu#m#« and th# wheat rip-rta
for tk# post two we»— kav# h##* #ti*r
, tn >O9
I However, for tk* gr**#B>- w # ar# m-
Irllned 10 tklnk that the farmer* win
i persist la tb*4r nmbtog of wb#*t t«
marltct. and we rather aatleipwt# lower
price* early next week.
In corn, thre ba* heen undoobtdY
g.wd buying th# P*»' •***• ,B °"' T
I pot only the artmttteuiy short crop #*-
I port* but on the ex«-#ltent export de
mand. and w« fsvoi the lon* *lde of
this ret set oa all breaks
la *plte of yellow fever provision* sr*
i firm *nd higher. *nd good f^ *nd
■ the c#**attea of now ca»r# of the t*-
: ver *lB, w# think, cause better pri
paine. uvkpwc a co.
(By Special Wires of Paine. Murphf
XV HEAT— Ooea. Clo^e.
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Detemher < *• • * 1
I Decmiber ..
; January 5 ,u0
i SIDES— ,
January 4 "‘ 4 “
STOCK I/ETTE R.
Augusta, Oa., Oct. 15. —This week
shows an uneven close as compared
wiih last Saturday.
The Granger stocks are about the
same, while Sugar in f?> per share high
| er. with Tobacco $7 lower and other
Industrials ranging from one to three
| dollars lower.
London was a seller again today, and
th:* tone of our market was distinctly
unfavorable to higher prices.
The Bullish sentiment of Thursday
seemed to have almost entirely disap
peared. One exception to the general
tendency was Southern preferred,whlcq
on expectation of a dividend in Jan
uary of I*4 per c.nt was supported by
the Morgan Interests and showed a
good advance for the day.
The Northwest broke on somewhat
unfavorable earnings and an attack by
a financial paper on its relative value
as compared with the other Gran
Ruber has been unfavorably affected
by the contemplated issue of nearly
eight millions dollars worth of more
stock, to tahe up the liabilities of ths
Boston Rubber company.
We advise purchases of good securi
PAINE MURPHY & CO.
NEW YORK STOCKS.
(By Special Wires of Paine, Murphy
Sugar 118% 118%
Tobacco MS- 113
B. R. T *>4*4 64*4
C. B. Q HI 114
Missouri Pacific « 32 32
Louisville and Nashville . 54% 54%
Union Pacific 33 3214