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I iSS JSk 1 an larly purifying his blood gets an affliction. Nine ailments out of ten have their origin in thin, impoverished blood. And to
attempt to remeay them by preparations recommended especially for them is to lose sight of their cause, and the relief is
not permanent . For instance, an ointment may be prepared that will relieve eczema, but this ailment will have another outbreak. Dyspepsia may find temporary relief in certain rem
edies--so may rheumatism—so may scrofula, cancer, erysipelas and women troubles, but the final cure only comes when the blood is purified. Pure blood builds up the constitution.
Pure blood strengthens your digestive organs so that food becomes nutritious and dyspepsia will disappear. Pure blood is clear of all acid from which rheumatism gets its start. Pure
blood contains no poisons that gives rise to cancer, eczema and scrofula. Pure blood disposes of the causes of a thousand petty diseases that render you uncomfortable and unhappy.
Grayh©ard Is the PUREST BLOOD PURIFIER i¥iad@ a
It has cured Cancer.
It has cured Eczema.
It has cured Rheumatism.
It has cured Catarrh.
It has cured Dyspepsia.
Mind you, these were not trifling ail
ments, but every one an ailment which
doctors had failed to cure.
Greybeard is made of fresh herbs, blos
soms end berries. It contains no mercury
or potash For eradicating old and deep
seated ailments as Cancer, Catarrh. Ecze
ma, Rheumatism. Dyspepsia, it has no
equal on earth. You want nothing else to
take. Try nothing else. Nothing else is
necessary. In Gray beard you have every
thing to build you up and make you stron
ger than your disease. It will c'rush out
your disease. It will leave you as you were
before the aliment seized you.
There is nothing a hundredth part as
good aa Graybeard to do this. There is
nothing made like Graybeard—none ever
will be. It Is one of the great inventions
of the world.
Catarrh of Stomach
“I take Graybeard and know it helps me
more than anything I con get. I have ca
tarrh of the stoma oh and can’t find any
thing to relieve me- but Graybeard
"EUNICE FOUNT * N,
A Drummer Cured.
Mr. J. M. Brown, many years a drum
mer In Bt<sville. Ark., writes: "I have
been troubled for a long time with rheuma
matism in my feet and joints. When I sat
down I could not get up without exper
iencing great pain- When I stood on my
feet any length of time I was compiled
to ait down and even even got no relief.
"In spring this ailment Increased
"I began the use of Graybeard a few
weeks since ar.d am pleased to say that
now I am all right. Nothing ever gave me
relief but Graybeard.
A Conductor Cured.
I contracted cold a few years ago work
ing on the bridge gang over in Alabama
and was laid up w.th rheumatism. I tried
a great many remedies all of which seamed
to relieve me some, but none cured me
All did some good os far as they went, but
they did not go far enough.
Graybeard cured me before I had taken
one-ihird as much as of other remedies.
wm. w. McDaniel,
C. R. R. Conductor.
Get GRAYBEARD at a BottSe--6 Bottles, $5.
Or write to Respess Drug Cos., Props., Savannah, Gal
IN GEORGIA AMD FLORIDA.
NEWS AND VIEWS OF THE DAY lit
I2ninwick Wants a Uuselmll C'ir
nit—Shirl Sleeves Drlgade Formed
■ n Athens—t hief Joyner Ha* lleen
at the liea<l of tlie Atlanta Depart
ment Fifteen Yeum—Jacksonville**
Iln.fteliul) Itecord—Florida'* En
campment—Mnn Died at Luke City
From the Heat.
News has been received of the death
of Mr John D. Sutton of Woodbury. Ga..
who died in- Havana. Cuba, on Friday,
June 29, of yellow fever.
The Democrats held a mass meeting at
fivveinsboro Thursday and elected anew
executive committee. Everything was
quiet and harmonious. The Populists have
joined the old party again.
Chief Fifteen Years.
Saturday was Chief W. R. Joyner’s fif
teenth anniversary as the head of the At
lanta fire department. He made no effort
to celebrate the day, but took occasion to
remind his family of the fact. He has
been with the department from the time
it was composed of a little band of fire
fighters. almost amateur?, who were just
emerging from the volunteer stage.
% llufccbnll Circuit.
An effort is on foot to get up a baseball
circuit, and tile Brunswick fans are red
hot for it. It has been demonstrated that
Brunswkkians want baseball, and much
encouragement has beeu given the league
idea by various citizens to whom it has
been proposed. The Brunswick team spent
several days of last week in Florida, nnd
while they went up against some hard
propositiems and lost several games, their
backers were by no means discouraged.
Shirt Sleeve* Hrigude.
Athens Banner: Savannah talked of it,
Atlanta arid Augusta wiote of it. but Ath
ens Is the first city of the state to actually
for a "Shirt Sleeves Club.” There is no
fake about it It is a genuine institution.
The club has been formed. Officers have
been appointed, members elected, and—.
Coats have been done away with. The
officer? of the club arc as follows: Grand
high cockalorum and boss of the breezes,
Harvey Stovall; secondary luminary, Coke
A TEXAS WONDER.
Halloa Great Discovery.
One email bottle of Hall's Great Dis
covery cures all kidney and bladder
troubles, removes gravel, cures diabetes,
seminal emissions, weak and lame backs,
rheumatism and all irregularities of ths
kidneys and bladder In both men and
women, regulates bladder troubles In chil
dren. If not said by your druggist will
be sent by mall on receipt of sl. One
small bottle Is two months’ treatment,
and will cure any case above mentioned.
Dr, E. W. Hall, sole manufacturer, P. O.
Box 62?, Bt. Louis, Mo. Send for testi
monials. Sold by all drugglets and Solo
loons Cos., Savannah, Ga.
It end This.
Covington. Ga.. July 23. 1898.
This Is to certify that I have used Dr
Hall's Great Discovery for Rheumatism,
Kidney and Bladder Troubles, and will
say it Is far superior to anything I have
ever used for the above complaint. Very
U I. HORTON, Ex-Marshal.
Letter from Tesas.
Ballinger. Tex , Jan. 25th.
*'l thought I would w'rite you what your
wonderful Graybeard has done for me. I
had catarrh of the head about 25 years,
and suffered a great deal. I have tried
many kinds of medicines and have been
treated by doctors, though all of them fail
ed to cure me. And I being so old and
my disease so chronic, I didn’t thtr.k there
was ony medicine that would cure me
But more than 2 years ago I had very
plain symptoms of cancer on my note and
face and decided to try Gr3> board not
thinking that it w’ould cure my catarrh
os well as cancer. I bought 8 bottles from
Mr. Pierce, and less than 6 cured me.
This has beer, more than 2 years ago now'
and no symptoms of the old diseases have
appeared. I can praise Graybeard for
what it has done for me. Persons need
never think they ore too old for Gray
baard to cure them. lam now 75.
• MRS. RHODA DEAN.”
*T would here ray for the benefit of the
public’, that I was troubled with rheuma
tism in my hips for three months, and
as I handled Graybeard I concluded to
give It n trial. I took two bottles and a
half and was cured. I do believe it to bo
a great medicine.
"Also Sister DeLoach took it for paraly
sis and it helped her surprisingly.
•’Rev. A. R. STRICKLAND,
Do you know' when you have eczema?
Do you itch? Is your skin rough? In
warm weather does this stinging sensation
increase? When you scratch do large blis
ters and sores form? Do they torment you
w'hcn you work?
Eczema is an outbreak of bad blood A
person afflicted with eczema cannot take
undue exe-rclse without aggravating the
Itching, or get warm in bed without feel
ing on fire. The blood is aflame with the
peculiar poison that creates the disease
and calls for a powerful alterative to re
move It. Nothing short of a BLOOD MED
ICINE will acoompllah a cure.
Lafayette. Ala., May 16.
I have tried your Graybeard and know
for a truth that it is effectual.
It ctired me of eczema and a severe at
tack of indigestion.
I do not hesitate to recommend It. All
who try it here will not be without it.
S. A. JARRELL.
Talmadge, chief of the wardrobe; Can
ada skipper, Billie Mortoft, holder of ihe
wherewithal. The members of the club,
so far as have been elected, are Messrs.
Ed Wyatt, Charles Dußose, Louis Ca
mak. Wei born Dußose, Harry Hull, Jack
Burnett and Joe Turner. Member sub
rosa. Frank Lipscomb. The Committee
on Costume will report at the next regu
Hendry Killed rtyan.
News has been received at Wauchula
of the killing of James Ryan by bam Hen
dry, his brother-in-law. T*ne crime was
committed near Fort Green, ten miles from
• Purchased Iron Work*.
An important deal was consummated in
Tampa Saturday, by which the Tampa
Foundry and Machine Company purchased
the plant and business of the Southern
Hatched Wild Duckling*,
Mr. John Hart, who lives not far from
Orlando, found two nests of wild ducks'
eggs. He took the eggs home and put
them under hens. In due time they were
hatched, and he now has trvo lo;? of
young ducks os. tame and as domestic in
their deportment as one could desire.
Just what peculiarities they may develop
as they grow older is an interesting prob
Orlando Political Club.
A number of prominent Democrats met
.it Orlando and organized n Bryan, Stev
enson and Jennings Club. Those present
met for practical work rather than pa
triotic noise. There were few speeches
made, and they were short. A permanent
organization was effected by electing W.
P. Watson, president; N. P. Yowell, vice
j president; R. M. Hudson, secretary, and
F. T. Scruggs, treasurer.
The Jacksonville baseball team has this
season played twenty-tsix games, Includ
ing among her opponents Fernandina,
Tallahassee, Quincy, Brunswick. St. Au
gustine am] Savannah. Of these, two
have been drawn, both with Tallahassee
She has won fifteen and lost nine. Not
counting the drawn games, her percen
tage is the following:
Played. Won. Lost. P.O,
Jacksonville 24 15 9 t 2.5
James D. Cochran, engineer at Moore's
saw mill at Wauchula, was very seriously,
If not fatally, scalded on Friday. The
lever that contracted the throttle became
Jammed tinder a full head of steam, which
resulted in the engine being thrown out
of place, tearing Into fragments the fly
wheel and breaking the steam pipe. Mr
Cochran attempted to turn off the steam
Just as the pipe broke, which threw the
whole force of the steam upon him. lit*
| erally covering his body.
The State Encampment.
Plans for the coming encampment of it
portion of the Florida state troops are
complete. A bill of lading has been re
ceived for the necessary camp equlppage,
the site has been secured, Invited com
panies have accepted, the date has been
I fixed for July 18, to continue eight or ten
S days, and the money necessary has been
; subscribed. Capt. Howatt of St. Augus
tine, has received word from Orlando
that the company cannot come, but the
1 Miami company Is anxious to attend,
and will probably be Invited. The en
campment will Include the P fl<*s and W 1-
THE MORNING NEWS: TUESDAY, JULY 10. 1900.
Fruits, Produce, farycy Groceries, Jobbers,
12 WEST MITCHELL STREET.
rnm rgifpMcir ****<£. Var, -24th,._
Respas* Drug Cos.,
Tor thres years I suffered great pain and annoyance froa
Catarrh and Blood Poison and found no remedy that would relieve me.
GRAYBEARD was recommended to Re and three bottles nade anew
man of me X actually weigh 20 pound*more, and my health is more
vigorous than for years. I thlnfc It is the greatest remedy that X
Dear Friends—l suffered more or less
all the time for ten years with rheuma
tism, trying many remedies, but failing to
perfect a permanent cure. So I expected
to live the balance of my days in pain.
But I began taking Graybeard, not ex
pecting to be cured of rheumatism, but
hope to be cured of tetter on hands and
neck. And when I had only taken 3 bottles
all my rheumatism was gone. That was
nearly a year ago and I have not had a
pain fr6m that cause since. The tetter on
my neck and ears disappeared, my gener
al health has been better, and I weigh 20
pounds more than I did before taking it.
No doubt Graybeard will do all that is
claimed for it.
S H. WHATLEY, Atlanta, Ga.
son Battery of Jacksonville, the Pensa
cola and Live Oak companies, the Palat
ka and Daytona companies, and the
Rifles of St. Augustine; in all, seven com
panies and one battery. The original
committee will shortly announce the ap
pointment of sub-committees on enter
Died From the Rent.
When the southbound freight of the
Georgia Southern and Florida Railway
reached Lake City Saturday, George
Mansfield of Illinois, was taken from the
box car in which he end a friend were
traveling with their household goods, en
route to Brooklyn. Mr. Mansfield was
in an exhausted condition, being over
come by the heat. Dr. W. T. Chalker was
called to attend him, but all efforts proved
unavailing, and he died within an hour.
The family of the deceased had but u few
hours preceded him to Brooklyn.
LEASED ITS SAfi MILL.
Pembroke Lumber Company Made
a Deal With .1, n. flrovrton.
Pembroke. Ga., July 9.—The Pembroke
Lumber Company has lease! all th©;r
timber and machinery, consisting of sev
eral thousand acres of pine timber and a
large saw mill plant, t<s J. B. Brew Con,
who took charge yesterday.
The crops, both corn and cotton, are
very poor throughout Bryan county. Corn
is not over 50 per cent, of a crop and cot
ton is about 75 per cent. The fruit anl
melon crop is excellent, with very little
The crop of candidates for county offi
ces is also large and is strictly Demo
cratic. There seems to be a lively time
among them, and the best politician in
the county is at a loss to say which can
didates have the best showing.
1)1 111.11 JAIL GLARDED.
Four Prisoners Who Are In Dnngrr
of Mob Violence.
Dublin, Ga,, July 9 —The Laurens coun
ty Jail is being guarded by a force of men
Itndcr Sheriff Hicks, to prevent the lynch
ing of Messrs. W. J. Fordham, Jack Has
kins. Frank Wells and a maVi named
Davis, who ore charged with the murder
of Mr. Oscar Camden on July 4, at til*
Shewmake place, six mires west of Dub
The men artj held under the charge of
manslaughter. Many believe that the pre
cautions taken by Sheriff Hicks are en
Thomas McDowell Dead.
Tnlbolon, Ga., July 9.—After an Illness
of several months, Hon. Thomas H. Mc-
Dowell died at his residence .at Belle
view, Ga., last night, at It) o'clock. He
was a prominent merchant and planter,
and hod been for years president of the
Hoard of Education of this county. The
remains were Interred at tho cemetery
al Ephesus Church, near Bellevlew, (his
evening. McMcDowell leaves a wide and
—Natural Sequence—At this point of the
story onr heroine swept acros sthe room.
There being noth ng ese for our villain
! to do without violating the unhles, he
| got up and dusted.—lndianapolis Press.
YV. F. HAMILTON,
Artesian Well Contractor,
Am prepared to drill wells up to an*
depth. We use lirat-class machinery, can
do work on snort notice and guarantee
Picture of Health.
"Graybeard d*id me more good than any
thing I ever took in my life. I was troubled
with indigestion, shortness of breath, and
was given a great deal of medicine by my
doctor, but it did me no good. I saw Gray
beard advertised and bought it, and it
cured me. I began to gain flesh and weigh
twenty pounds more than I did a short
time ago. MRS. J. G. BROWN.
"127 Lee street, Montgomery, Ala.”
Sound and Well.
* "I had congestion of the stomach—acute
indigestion. Last August when I was so
bad off, 1 heard of Greybeard and got
my daughter and son-in-law' to send for
the medicine for me. It did me more good
than all the doctors .and I continued its
use until now. I am sound and well; I am
truly thankful for the discovery of sd
great and wonderful a medicine
"MRS. MARGARET A OLIVE,
ML Peiia, Tenn.
COTTON AGAIN MOVES UPWARD
LOCAL MARKET IT* 0\ ALL EXCEPT
THE LOWEST GRADE.
Advance* Scored In Future, in the
Old Crop., While the Xrw Crop
Month. Also Move l|. Some—Bureau
Report Expected—Naval Store.
Market In StroDg I*o.itinn—Tur
pentine Firm at t.l'4 Cent.—Local
nnd Telegraphic Markets.
Morning News Office, July 9.—To-day
was marked by advances, both in the
local and outside markets. Local cotton
went up l-16c on all grades except the
lowest. Futures were 2®12 points up on
near months and 3@6 up on far. Sugar
was marked up 10 points all around. The
advance in sugar, coming as it does on
the heels of a number of other Jumps of
10 points, is beginning to attract atten
tion, and those interested, which includes
all mortals, are wondering when the top
notch will be struck.
Just at the moment there is much inter
est in the cotton market, and much of
this is in anticipation of the government
bureau report, which it is expected will
be received by 12 o'clock to-morrow
(Tuesday). On the whole, the crop news
to-day was favorable, and consequently
the new crop months were prompt to sell
off. The volume of the day's business
was not large.
The naval stores market appears to be
in strong position. Spirits turpentine
opened firm ai 43',ic, and closed firm and
unchanged. There was bidding during
the early hours tc below the market,
but factors were not inclined to make
concessions. The rosin market*was firm
and unchanged, with a fair demand pre
vailing. The wholesale markets were
steady. The following resume of the dif
ferent markets will show the. tone and
quotations at the close to-day:
There was an advance of l-l<so on tho
higher grades of cotton to-day, including
good middling, middling, and low middling.
The tone of the market was tlrm on sales
of six bales. Considerable attention was
directed to the futures market. As to
the weak months local" sentiment contin
ue* bullish. There is doubt as to the
turn of new crop months, however, aiu!
the majority of traders prefer to uwait
developments. The local receipts wore
95J. against 1.626 last year. Receipts since
Sept. 1. are 1,066,026, against 1,078,356 lus:
The following were the official spot quo
tations at the close of the market at
the Cotton Exchange to-day:
j This | Last
| day. | year.
Good middling 70 1-16 ii>„
Middling |9 T 4, |,v%
Low middling jsVi, |4%
Good ordinary .9 |4*
Market Arm; sales, 6.
Savannah Receipts, Exports and Stocks:
Receipts this day 959
Recelpls this day last year 1 626
Receipts this day year before last 87
Receipts since Sept. 1, 1899 1,066.026
Same time last year 1,078,536
Exports, coastwise 1226
Stock on hand this day 15.920
Same day last year 12,925
Receipts and Stocks at he Ports—
Receipts this day 5,624
This day last year g’2l3
This day year before last 2,2’54
Total receipts since Sept. 1. 1899.. .6,38^708
Same time last year 8.270,203
Same lime year before last 5,585,099
Bloating after eating and a feeling of
weight in the stomach are dyspepsia's
symptoms—eructations of gas—sick stom
ach, heartburn, vertigo, all come along.
Sour stomach, headache, general depres
sion and great nervous condition follow.
We hoar women say that they cannot
sleep, and that they feel light-headed as
if at limes they must fall. We hear men
say that they cannot work. The stomach
is out of gear, they are restless and ner
vous and form the habit of drinking.
This is dyspepsia—
It can be cured.
Graybeard is a safe remedy for thi*
ailment. It makes food nutritious and
strengthens and invigorates the digestive
organs by purifying the blood.
Don’t hesitate to take it j
Stock at ihe p<vts to-day 148,264
Stock same day last year 437,038
Daily Movements at OtheT Ports—
Galveston—Quiet; middling, 9Vs; stock,
New Orleans—Firm; middling. 10 3-16;/iet
receipts. 4.225; gross, 4,225; sales, 1,300;
Mobile—Nominal; middling. 9Va; net re
ceipts, 2; gross, 2;
Charleston—Nominal; net receipts, 1;
gross, 1; stock, 2,733.
Wilmington—Nothing doing; gross re
ceipts, 3; .stock, 1,794.
Norfolk—Firm; middling, 10 1-16; net re
vceipts, 190; gross. 190; sales, 10; stock, 3,787.
Baltimore—Nominal; middling, 10; net re
ceipts, 100; gross, 1.200; stock, 3.707.
New York—Steady; middling, 10%; gross,
1,724; sales. 3,935; stock. 43,311.
Boston—Steady; middling, 10‘g; net re
ceipts, 129; gross. 235.
Philadelphia—Firm; middling. 10%; net
receipts. 10; gross, 10; stock, 1,953.
Daily Movements at Interior Towns—
Augusta—Quiet; middling, 10; net re
ceipts. 32: gross, 32; sales, 302; stock, 4,264.
Memphis—Steady; middling, 10; r.et re
ceipts, 20; gross, 20; sales, 425; stock, 17,946.
St. Louis—Steady; middling, 10; net re
ceipts. 1; gross. 363; soles. 125; stock, 31.382.
Cincinnati—Strong; middling. 9%; net re
ceipts, 44; gross, 44; stock, 8.864.
Houston—Steady; middling. 9%; net re
ceipts, 25; gross, 25; stock. 8,806.
Louisville—Firm; middling. lO l^
Exports of Cotton This Day— <
Savannah— Coast wise, 1,226.
Norfolk —Coastwise, 1,248.
New York—To Great Britain,
Total foreign exports from all ports this
day—To Great Britain, 3,769; to the con
Total foreign exports since Sept. 1, 1899
—To Great Britain, 2.209,140; ro France,
692,876; to the continent. 2,644,954.
COTTON FI TI RES. '
Market Closes 2 and 12 I'p np Near
and IS and <> I p on Far Months.
New York, July 9.—With cable accounts
of bullish support, tile cotton market here
early developed considerable firmness
without showing much activity. Indeed,
the bulk of ihe trading was for the pur
pose of evening up all accounts rather
than starting new ones. Public specula
tion was of a hesitating character through
out the session. The market opened
steady at unchanged prices to an advance
of 8 points. Subsequently this Increased
(he advance to 3®13 points, with the im
provement chiefly on the old crop posi
tions which were In demand from the
shorts. Upon any exhibition of weakness
the new crop months were prompt to sell
off. advices from the eolton belt being or
u favorable average. The local trade, as
a class, was disposed to cover. In recogni
tion of the bullish possibilities of to-mor
row's government report, as a factor upon
the English trade, while not forgetting
that the report will deal with conditions
prior to July 1. with private and public
accounts since then generally bearish. The
volume of to-day's business was of mid
summer proportions. From the strongest
Interval of the session prices gave way 3
to 11 points, under realizing; but there was
no display of liear confidence at any time.
The market closed barely steady, 2 to 12
points higher on near months, and 3 to 6
points lower on far months.
New' fork, July 9.—Cotton futures
opened steady and closed barely steady.
Prices as follows:
Open. High. Low. Close.
January 8.35 8.37 8.28 8.2S
February 8.36 8.36 8.36 8.30
March 8.39 8.40 8.35 833
April 8.40 8.40 8.40 8.35
May 8.41 8.44 8.38 838
July 10.08 b 10.21 10.18 10.15
Rheumatism originates from excow o!
acid in the blood.
Impoveriehed and impure blood.
It attacks different parts of the body. It
Is sometimes seated in the muscles, some
times in the parts surrounding the Joints,
and sometimes In the Joints—hence the
name muscular and articular rheumatism.
When in the hips, it is called sciatic rheu
matism; when in the muscles of the baefc,
Often when one goes to rise from sitting
or stooping the sudden “catching” is so se
vere that they some times cry out in pain.
The feet and joints are sometimes swollen
without at first, causing any particular
pain. This symptom is sufficient. The ail
ment is getting a start on you. This is the
time to take Graybeard.
The safest cure for rheumatism is a
thorough blood cleansing.
Graybeard is a known specific for rheu
matism. It checks the formation of acid,
dissolves the acid deposit and produces a
normal and rich flow of'blood. Don’t hesi
tate to ask for it.
i’• • ■
A Boy Cared.
Mrs. Hill, residing at 10*4 W. Mitchell
street. Atlanta, gave Graybeard to her son
who was forced to stop v%ork on account
of a severe attack of rheumatism, and It
cured him sound and well.
Lost Use of His Arm
“Since taking Graybeard I hove regained
use of my arm which was he’plcss by
rheumatism. W. C. FLENNIKEN,
You Get Strong.
Everybody who takes Graybeard tells us
they get stronger. They eat more and it
does not make them sick. This is the se
cret of the curative powers of Graybeard.
The first thing it does is to make you go
to eating. You will eat more than you
have eaten in months, and you will find it
will not hurt you as it used to when you
ate heartily. By making you eat it makes
you stronger. It makes you stronger as
the new blood and bone and tissue begin
to become part and parcel of you, and if
you are afflicted with eczema you will find
it gradually disappev The same way with
rheumatism, catarrh, dyspepsia, cancer.
In short, Graybeard makes you stronger
than your disease and crushes out your
Graybeard Did It.
“Like ail others who are so unfortunate
as to become a prey to indigestion and
bowel troubles, I tried vinous medicines
and a number of the best doctors to treat
my case, but found only temporary relief
until Graybeafd was discovered. The med
August 9.77 9.87 9.76 9.79
September 8.94 8.97 8.89 8.89
October 8.55 8.57 8.51 8.51
November 8.37 8.40 8.35 8.31
December 8.34 8.37 8.30 8.29
Liverpool Cotton Market.
Liverpool. July 9.—Cotton, spot, fair de
mand; prices higher; American middling
foir. 6 17-32d; good middling. 6*4<l; mid
dling, 6 1-16; low middlin, 5 5-16; good
ordinary. 5 13-16d; ordinary, 5%d. The sales
of the day were 10,000 bales, of which
I, were for speculation and export, and
included 6,400 boles American. Receipts
11. bales, including 8.100 American.
Futures opened firm and closed quiet.
but steady; American midddling, low mid
dling clause; July. 5.58@5 59d, sellers; July-
August, firstname.lastname@example.org, buyers; August-Sep
/tember, 5.32®5.33d, value; September-Oeto
ber. 5.07®5.08d, sellers; October-November,
email@example.com, value; November-December,
4.46d, buyers; December-January, 4 47®)
4.45d, buyers; January-February, 4.41x1, sell
ers; February-March, 4.35d, sellers; March-
April, 4.37d, buyers.
New Orleans, July 9.—Cotton futures
July ......10.30 bid jDec 8.13® 8.14
August ...firstname.lastname@example.org|Jan 8.12® 8.13
- B.94!Feb 8.13® 8.13
Oct 8.33®) B.34'Mareh 8.15® 8.17
Nov 8.14®) B.l7!April 8.17® 8.19
New York, July 9.—Murphy & Cos. say:
Colton advices from Liverpool to-day
were very favorable, causing a firmer
market here for summer months, but the
new crop positions are ruling about un
changed, owing to favorable crop advices
both by wire and mail. The trading has
been mostly for the local account, very
few out-of-town orders being received.
About 8,500 bales of American cotton ar
rived in Liverpool, of which 7,300 reported
as tendered against July contracts at a
considerable discount under price of spots,
which indicates more of a speculative
than actual demand for cotton at present
quotations. The afternoon session was
quiet, with a slightly easier tone. The
locals are waiting fop the bureau report
to-morrow, which is expected to be quite
bullish, as weather during June was very
New York. July 9.—There, has been
more inquiry In the market to-day for
the general run of cotton goods. Staples
without chances in prices. American in
d'go blue and prints reduced to 4%c and
shirting prints to 3%c per yard. Print
cloths firm. Nothing important doing in
ginghams. Woolens and worsteds quiet
* NAVAL STORES.
Mondav, July 9.
SPIRITS TURPENTINE.-The market
for turpentine opened firm to-day, and de
spite the efforts of buyers to the contrary,
closed firm and unchanged. The market
was very firm at 43>4c. It was said that
buyers hoped to get concessions early in
the day, and were free to bid 43 cents. It
was known towards the closing, that tur
pentine was wanted badly by some buy
ers, and all finally entered at the quota
tion. It was said considerable Bales fol
lowed. The day's receipts were 1.459, sales
400 casks! and the exports none.
ROSINS.—The market for rosins contin
ues firm and unchanged. Values at the
recent advances are being well maintain
ed. There Is a fair demand. The day's
receipts were 2.354. soles 538, and the ex
ports 3,341. Trie quotations were as fol
A, B, C *125 I $1 f 0
£ 12* K j 70
E 1 30 M 1 so
F 1 35 N 2 25
0 1 40 W G, ;; 240
H 1 50 W W 2 60
The mouth, throat, post-nasal cavity
bronchial tubes and air cells of the lunp
are lined with a network of delicate biewt
vessels. When the is pure thes
blood vessels r.re healthy and vigorous
and exude mucus which lubricates the ati
passages and protects them from the ef
fects of cold, dust. etc.
When the blood is impure, these vessels
by reason of their delicate structure, are
unable to carry it. They become clogged,
end hence results catarrh.
Graybeard purifies the blood, invigorate,
these small blood vessels, and enable,
them to discharge the foul blood and re.
Catarrh will not exist when the blood t
Dear Friends—l have been suffering )
years with an ulcer on my ankle. Some,
times in bed, sometimes on crutches 1
used remedies of my own and failing ta
make a cure, I chi led in different physi.
cians. They all said that they could cure
me, but found it to be of a stubborn r.a*
ture and failed.
I saw Graybeard advertised and I bough|
four bottles of it, two boxes of the
one box of the ointment.
It cured me well. And I have one bottk
I say that I am well—not nearly well
but entirely well. It has been over twelvi
months and no symptoms have returned.
I hope the suffering will do as I have*
use it, have faith in it and bo cured
Mrs. JANE GEORGE, Rockvale, Term.
iclne being manufactured by friends o!
mine .and knowing it to be made from pure
material of the forest, was Induced to give
it a trial. I used it six weeks according t
directions, and at the end of the time 1
felt as well as I ever did.
"O. A. CLIETT.
j * L Ex-Alderman. Butler, Ga. - *
Rheumatic Swelling; in the legs is cure!
by G nay beard.
Mrs. Joseph Brown of Butler. Ga., wns
afflicted with rheumatism. 1> caused her
great pain. Her statement is that her leg;*
swelled to unusual size. She was not ebio
to relieve the ailment until she procured
Graybeard. She is now sound and well.
Acid in the blood producer rehum.Uism.
Nothing is half so good as Graybeard for
"My wife was afflicted four vsars with
rheumatism, and I was not able to find
anything to relieve her. She took Gray
beard about a month and seemed to be as
well as ever. It cured our littie son of the
ailment. We cannot rrais* Grayoear4
tco much, GEO. BOOTH,
1 •‘Caisoaville, Ga/
Central Railroad 270 121
S., F. & W. Ry 547 Iffl
F. C. & P. Hy 248 Ul
Georgia & Alabama Railway.. 394 027
S. S. Alleghany, Baltimore 3,31i
S. S. Alleghany. Philadelphia -I
Naval Stores Statement—
Stock on hand April 1 2,197 142.iW
Rece.pts to-doy •. 1,459 2.3*1
Received previously 120,347 231.821
Total 124,003 376,681
Shipments to-day 3,34!
Shipments since April 1 101,566 257.254
Total since April 1 101,566 260.5fi
Stock on hand to-day 22,437 116.^
Same day last year 16,645 115.158
Charleston, S. C., July 9.—Spirits tur
pentine market firm, at 42c; sales none.
Rosin firm; unchanged; sales none.
Wilmington. N. C.. July 9.-Spirits tur.
penrine quiet, 4L 1 4&42%c; receipts 106. R°*
in firm, $1.10(81.15; receipts 385. Crude tur
pentine steady, receipts 72. Tai
steady, $1.40; receipts 2S.
MONEY—The demand keeps fairly 01
with the supply.
FOREIGN EXCHANGE—Market fc
weak. The commercial demand, $4 Ss\s
sixty days, S4.S3Vs; ninety days. $4 82H;
francs, Paris and Havre, sixty days,
5.20; Swiss, sixty days, 5.24 t ; mark*,
sixty days, 04 3-16; ninety days 93 7 *c.
DOMESTIC EXCHANGE Steady
banks are buying at par and selling
follows: Amount to and including $M
10 cents; $lO to $25, 15 cents; $25 to SSO. *
cents; SSO to SIOO, 25 cents; S2OO to SSOO,
i* premium; SSOO to SI,OOO, .65 premium
SI,OOO and over buying at 1-16 discount
and selling nt 1-16 prerryium.
SECURITIES-—The market is fairtj
steady, but dull and Inactive. Quotation?
inclined to be nominal.
Augusta and Savannah R. R —llO 111
Atlanta & West Point 125 125
do 6 r>. c. certlfs 105 105
Augusta Factory 85 W
Citizens Bank ..128 -0
Chatham Bank HO 111
Chatham R. E. &I. Cos. f A 56 5.
do do B 55 v 4 -ji
Eagle & Phoenix Mfg. Cos 103 l'*
Edison Electric Ilium 10*
Enterprise Mfg. Cos 101 F®
Germania Bank 120
Georgia Railroad, corrfmon 208 210
Graniteville Mfg. Cos 165 IJJ
J. P. King Mfg. Cos 105 107
Langley Mfg. Cos 120 13
Merchants National Bank HO
National Bank of Savannah —l*7 1W
Oglethorpe Savings & Trus HO 111
People’s Savings & Lean 105 101
Southwestern Railroad Cos HO 11}
Savannah Gaslight Cos 2* 1 :
Southern Bank *57 1
Savannah Bark & Trust *lB l*J
Sibley Mfg. Cos., Augusta 8S
Savannah Brewing 08 l' 1 ®
Char., Col. & Aug. Ist ss. 1900. ...107 1*
Atlanta city, 4%5, 1922 1 10
Augusta city, 4s, 1927 'Ol J
do 4%5. 1925 " “
do 7s, 1908 1 f.
do 6s. 1913 " 7 J!*
Ala. Mid. ss, ind'd, 1928, M. & N.
Augusta Factory, 6 per cent.. 1915.109
Brunswick & Western 4s. 1938 30 '
C. R. R. & Hanking, collateral ss. 91
C. of G. Ist Ds, 50-year gold, 1945.
jr & a 117 1 15
C. of Oa. con ss, 1945, M & N
C. of Ga. Ist incomes, 1945 41