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Since - vour blood ls >' our it behooves you to keep it pure. That person who goes through the world without regu
p—, | Bn larly purifying his blood gets an affliction. Nine ailments out of ten have their origin in thin, impoverished blood. And'to
,^ y — t . Kg . attempt to remedy 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 tempora-y 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, eczemajmd scrofula. Pure flood disposes of the causes of a thousand petty diseases that render you uncomfortable and unhappy.
It has cure-3 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.
Gray beard Is made of fresh herbs, blos
soms and berries. It contains no mercury
or potash. For eradicating old ar.d 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 e.se 10
necessary. In Graybeard you have every
thing to build y i up and make you stron
ger than your disease. It w.li .'.tush out
your disease. It will k i .e you as you were
before the ailment seized you.
There is nothing a hundredth part as
good as Graybeard to do tb.is. There is
nothing made like Graybeard—none ever
will be. It is one o i the g.eat inventions
of the world.
Catarrh of Stomach
"I take Grav'-’ard and know It helps me
more than anything I can get. I have ca
tarrh of the stomach and can t find any
thing to relieve me but Graybeard.
•‘EUNICE FOUNT :,
“Eeesvi..v, Ind. ,#
A Drummer Cured.
Mr. J. M. Brown, many years a drum
mer in Batsville, 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 pcin. When I stood on my
fet any length of time I was compelled
to ait down and even even got no relief.
“In sprxg this ailment in Teased.
“I began the of Graybeard a 'f'w
weeks since and am pleased to say that
now lam ad r:gh r Nothing ever gave me
relief but Graybeard.
A Cenductor Cured.
I contracted cold a few years ago work
ing on the bridge gang over in Alabama
and was laid up With rheumatism. I tried
a great many remedies all of which seemed
to relieve me gome, but none cured me.
All did some good as for as they went, but
chey did not go far enough.
Graybeard cured me before I had taken
one-third as much as of other remedies.
Wm. w. McDaniel,
C. R. R. Conductor.
Get GRAYBEARD at Drugstores"“sl a BottSe a “6 Bottles, $5.
Or write to Respess Drug Cos., Props., Savannah, Gai
IN GEORGIA AND FLORIDA.
JFEWS AND VIEWS OF THE DAT IN
County Election nt tinrlettn—Com
iui*aion Insueil for Georgia Of
ficer*—Fourth Itcgi'nent Given
IVrm Union to Camp—Two New
Florida Set tie men t—Ordinance
Governing the Conduct of Tainim'*
Demi-monde—St. Augustine Muke*
Con trihut ion*.
Albany Herald: The expansion that the
Herald wants to see is In diversified ag
riculture, in manufa turing and In do
mestic economy In the South. And ti-e
fiouih is really expanding on these lines.
Permission has been Issued by the Adju
tant General to the commanding officer of
the Fourth Regiment to take his twelve
companies on an outing on Cumberland
Island, where they will stay in camp for
two weeks. The Fourth will leave for
the Georgia seaside resort on July 16.
Flection at Marietta.
The Democratic Executive Comtni'tef
met Tuesday at Marietta and consolidated
the returns and declared the result of Sat
urday’s primary. Hon. N. A. Morris and
Mr. S. A. Anderson were nominated for
representatives, lion. G. M. McElreath,
former representative, being defeated. Mr.
Morris seemed the most popular candidate
in the field and led ail the others by some
300 majority. Hon. J. B. Glover defeated
Capt. W. Montgomery for and coun
ty treaturer by a majority of 240 votes.
Com miss ions Issued.
Commissions have been issued by the
Adjutant General to A. J. Burr of Griffin
to be lieutenant colonel of the Second Reg
iment; J. Ft. Erwin of Conyers to be ma
jor of the Third Regiment; A. L. King of
Washington to be major of the Third; Dr.
E. C. Davis of Atlanta to he captain and
surgeon of the Fifth; Alexander Mack to
be captain and surgeon of the Second; J.
M. Jelly of Griffin to he first lieutenant
And surgeon of the Second, and Guy
Chappell of Albany to be first lieutenant
and surgeon of the Fourth Regitnerit.
Volunteers Turned Down.
The Macon Volunteers have been re
fused permission to leave the.ir home town
and go into camp at Cumberland Island,
A TEXAS WONDER.
ffnira Great Discovery.
Ons small bottle of Hall’s Great Dis
covery cures ail kidney and bladder
•roubles, removes gravel, cures diabetes,
seminal emissions, weak and lame backs,
rheumatism and all irregularities of the
kidneys and bladder In both men and
women, regulates bladder troubles In chil
dren. If not sold 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/, St. Louis, Mo. Send for testi
monials. Sold by all druggists and Solo
mons C< Savannah. Ga.
Covington, Ga.. July 23,
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 super.or to anything I have
ever used for the above complaint. Very
li. L HORTOX. Ex-Marshal.
Letter from Texas.
Ballinger, Tex., Jnn. 25th.
**l thought I would write you wr.at your
wonderful Graybeard has done for me. I
had catarrh of the head about 35 years,
ar.d suffered a great I have tried
many kinds of medicines and have been
treated by and v tors, though, ail of them fail
ed to cure me. And I being so old and
my disease so chronic, I didn’t think th 're
was any medicine that wauld cure me.
Eut more than 2 years ago I had very
plain symptoms of cancer on my rose and
face and decided to try Graybeard not
thinking that it would cure my catarrh
cs well as anc-er. I bought 8 bottles from
Mr Pierce, and less than 6 me.
This has been more than 2 y ears 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 are too old for Grav
bwtrd to cure them I am now 75.
* MRS. RHODA DEAN."
"I would here say for the benefit of the
public', that I was troubled with rheuma
tism in my hips for ihrce months, and
as I handled Graybeard I concluded to
give It n trial. I took two boitles and a
half and was cured. I do believe it to be
’’Also Sister Peikoach took it for paraly
sis and It helped her surprisingly.
“Rev. A. R. STRIOKEANP,
Do you know when you have eczema?
Do you itch? Is your skin rough? In
warm weather docs this stinging sensation
increase? When you scratch do large b in
ters and sore- form? Do they to. ir.ent you
when you work?
Eczema is an outbreak of bad blood. A
person afflicted with eczema cannot take
undue exercise 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 accomp.ish a cure.
Lafayette, Ala.. May 16.
T have tried your Graybeard and know
for a truth that it is effectual.
It (Aired me of eczema and a severe at
tack of indigestion.
I do not hesitate to % recommend st. All
who try it here will not be without it.
6. A. JARRELL.
and as a result of this refusal the Second
Georgia Regiment is in a great muKl.e.
Col. E. D. Hugucnin of the Second Geor
gia is being subjected to severe criticism
on account of the action he took in the
matter by tne members of the Macon
Volunteers and their filends. Some time
ago the Volunteers, according to their
annual Custom, decide*! on Cumberland
Island a< the place for their encampment.
Application for leave of absence was
made through Col. Huguenin of Macon
for the necessary permission. He disap
proved the request for leave and referred
it to the adjutant general, giving as his
reason for the disapproval that it was t ot
made out In the proper military form, and
furthermore that the company had not
made its quarterly report. The applica
tion for leave was a type-written docu
ment, and was inter.inel somewhat in
Ink. Col. Huguenin objected to the ink
being used in the application. Adjutant
General Byrd had to refuse the request
also as the colonel had refused to appro re
It. and as the colonel is the head of the
regiment the adjutant general of course
had to sustain his action. The company
may encamp as a social organization.
A ChniiKe of Xante.
The Titusville Advocate has decided to
return to the name of the East Coast Ad
\o ate, h ch was adorned when that pa
per was so successfully launched at T.tus
vllle, Fia., in 1820.
Tlie Xegm Helen Med.
The negro man arrested in Ozark, Ala,
June 16. and taken to Jacksonville and
placed in jail as the one who so cruelly
assaulted old Mrs. VV. L. Jones at Pana
ma Paik, Feb. 17. las*, was ordered re
leased from jail by Justice Willard, who
temppraiily committed him a we k a?o.
The release was secured through Charles
D. Peeler, attorney for the accused.
St rack With An Ax.
George Brinson, a young white man,
and Ben Moten, colored, had an alterna
tion near Kurt k * last week. The negro
knocked Brinson down with a liar of
iron, and was trying to hit him again,
when Brinson begged far his life, and the
negro stopped. Th* n Brinson picked up
an ax and threw it at the negro, and
nearly scalped him Now’ blood poison has
set in. and it is thought by the doctor
that the negro will die.
Darned ll.v Oil.
A horrible death by burning occurred
on Monday, four miles northeast of Plant
City. Miss Fcarl Thrasher, about 37
years old, daughter of William Thrasher,
was building a fire. The fire not starting
as well as she desired, she poured oil on
the fuel from an oil can. The can cx
plcxled, throwing blazing oil all over the
girl. si'King her entire clothing on fire.
Her father ran to her, but before he
could aid her h*r clothing was burned
off, and her flesh charred to a crisp. A
doctor was called, but she died soon after
he reached her.
Two Noxt Settlements.
Humbugus is a new’ settlement not far
from Miami, two and one-ha f milts we.d
of Little river. This will be the centeu of
the Little river vegetable region next
se.json The entire section of arable land
has bc£n taken tip. and active prepara
tions are going forwari In fitting the
binds to: a crop. Chicago i* another new
settlement, about miles west of
City. This v\ ,i, a o ,i ”, (a
p region next year. A large number of
<-> iv rienced vegetable growers have pur
h*i-cd lands there, with the vlw of nvtk
<n£ it their permanent home.
THE MOHHKG KEWS: THURSDAY. JULY 12. WOO.
0v tL€ 0 *OMrr BCTO*(i.
GBQjWHOB & ©[MilLtEVp
* • - WHOLESALE •
Fruits, Product, policy Groceries, Jobbers,
12 WEST MITCHELL STREET.
r~■ 'Moment im 2.4 th,.
Respess Drug Co.^
Tor Lhres years I suffered great pain and annoyance f*rca
Catarrh and Blood Poison and found no remedy that would relieve me,
GRAYBEARD was recommended to ae and three bottles cade anew
can of me X actually weigh 20 pound A store, and my health is more
vigorous than for yearo. 1 think it is the greatest remedy that I
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 wos
nearly a year ago and I have not had a
pain from that cause since. The tetter on
my neck and ears disappeared, my gener
al health has been better, and I weigh 23
pounds more than I did before taking it.
No doubt Graybeard will do all that Is
I claimed for it.
S. H. WHATLEY, Atlanta, Ga.
By a Falling Tree.
Last wek John and Walter Refour, two
negro boys, while cutting cypress logs in
the styamp, about twelve miles from We
wahitchka, missed their father, Louis Re
four, who was working with them.
Searching parties were sent out, but he
was not found until Thursday evening.
He was lying dead under the top of one
of the cypress trees that the boys had cut
down on Tuesday. He had one hand on
the boat when found. It is supposed that
he was going to the boys when the tree
'that, they were cutting fell and the top
swept him and the boat under the water.
St. tngustlne Is Generous.
A great deal of enthusiasm was mani
fested at the regular meeting of the St.
Augus ine Heard of Trade, Tuesday night
over the effort b ing made for the remov
al of the state capital to this city. One
of the features of the meet ng was the
report of the Board cf Governors on the
wo.k thus lar acc mpl.shed relat ng to
the change of the s at of government. W.
A. Mac Williams made the report on the
part of the board. He said that an effort
was made to fetl the pulse of the people,
and reported tljat twenty-five property
owners had been Interviewed, w’ith the
t remise of not less than s!6,'o}. He said
that the board left rcasonab y sure that
from $50,000 to SOO,OOO could be raised.
\ ioluting Fish law.
Tampa Herald: Ry noon to-day War
den Moody expected to have about forty
persons under arrest for violation of ho
law, which makes this a closed season
for fishing. Many fishermen have paid
no attention to the law, and only those
whose headquarters are in Tampa seem
to pay the proper respect to it. Mr. Moody
is determined to enforce the law in this
county, although in Manatee county the
authorities have wholly disregarded it.
It seems that when some Manatee county
fishermen had been arrested and convict
ed they were subsequently released by
Judge Wall of the Circuit Court. The
Manatee authorities then dismissed heir
warden and ceased all attempts to en
force the law.
Sensation at Tamps,
Quite a little sensation wag sprung at
Tampa when it became known that orders
had been issued to the police to enfor #
ordinance 173. This is one of the most
famous ordinances ever put on the books
of the city. It simply covers everything
that ail the other ordinances do not
cover. It especially pertains, however, to
the conduct of the women of bad repu
tation. It docs not allow them to go Into
saloons or wlnerooms connected with sa
loons. It also prohibits them from going
on the streets at certain times, and pre
scribes how they shall dress when they
do go on the streets or sit on the baleo
nli p Tills ordinance was passed by the
Gillette administration and strictly en
l but lhe ast admlnlgtratU n al
lowed it to go by default. Chief of Police
Roberts ordered the police to put all In.
tere. ted persons on notice that the law
would again be enforced, and this created
consternation. The dance halls and wire
rooms are the most flourishing places in
Tampa, and they have been continually
filed with dissolute women.
gnu tlt Carolina Cotton.
Columbia, July 11 Cotton A ids that
have been <• leaned of grass are doing well,
hut many remain gravy on which cotton
W. F. HAMILTON,
Artesian We i Contractor,
OCALA, A' LA.
Am prepared to drill wells up to any
depth We use first-class machinery, can
do work on snort notice and guuranras
Picture of Health.
•‘Graybenrd did 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 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 Dee street, Montgomery, Aia.“
Sound and Well.
“I had congestion of the stomach—acute
indigestion. Lost August when I was so
bad off. I heard of Graybeard and got
my daughter end 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 ana sound and well; I am
truly thankful for the discovery ot ao
great and wonderful a medicine
“MRS. MARGARET A OLIVE,
Mt. Pelia. Tenrt.
is turning yellow. The hot. dry weather
was favorable to cotton, and in general
this crop is decided y litter than it was
last week. There is some complaint of
rust end bligh , the latter most severe on
the sea-island variety. The plants are
growing too much to weed In places, and
In many Instances are not fruiting well.
A few localities report cotton very prom
WANTS THE STATE FAIR.
Valdosta Rather Believes It Will Be
Valdosta. Ga., July 11.—There Is a very
strong probability that the next State Fair
will be held in Valdosta. The matter has
been finder discussion with the State Agri
cultural Society for several months, and
they apt to give a. final answer to this
city's proposition at their meeting in Ma
Atlanta and Macon are both out of the
race for the State Fair, and considerable
pressure has been brought to bear upon
the Agricultural Society to bring the fair
to South Georgia this fall. It is under
stood here that the society will give fa
vorable consideration to the proposition.
Considerable preparations are being made
for a great exposition, and should the
State Fair be held here, the event will be
the most important of the kind that South
Georgia has ever known.
Work upon the electric railroad to Pine
Park began this morning at the Plant
System depot, the contract having been
let to Mr. A. L. Langford of this city*.
Mr. Langford has a large force at work
and expects to have all of the track laid
by the middle of August. The overhead
work Is to be done by an electrical firm of
Cincinnati, and the power is to be furnish
ed by the Valdosta Light and Power Com
pany. They have already ordered new
machlpery for enlarging their plant, and
everything Indicates that Valdosta will
have electric cars in the next two months.
The Georgia Southern and Florida road
moved Its freight offices back to the old
depot on Hill avenue, thus dissolving the
connection that has existed with the A. V.
and W. road since its completion. The
change took place yesterday, and only af
fects the freight business. The passenger
trains will use the same depot in future.
The Valdosta Videttes had a meeting at
their armory last night and decided to go
into camp at Cumberland Island from
July 17 to July 23. The company also re
ceived their new uniforms and will wear
them during the encampment. The com
pany I* in excellent condition and has the
largest enrollment it has ever had.
This section of the country has had a
great deal of rain lately and crops have
suffered some, though the recent rains
have benefited them rather than caused
them to suffer.
FIELLE OF TUB SI*WAN.NEE.
Steamer Sunk Twcnty-flve Mile*
Front the River** Mouth.
Branford, Fla., July 11,—Capt. E. E.
Gaudlin and part of the crew of the Belie
of the Suwannee have Just arrived here
overland arid report that the steamer
sank Friday night, last, In Horsehoe Bay,
twenty-five miles from' the mouth of (lie
Suwannee river. No lives were lost, and
most of the cargo washed ashore.
The vessel was employed in the turpen
tine trade end was not Insured.
We have a nice lire of cider In bottles,
pure and genuine, from the celebraied
establishment of Mott Cos., of New
The Russet Cider and the Crab Apple
Cider are very good. Llppmnn Bros., cor
ner Congress and Barnaul streets. Sa
Bleating: Qftsr 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 hear women say that they cannot
sleep, and that they feel light-headed as
if at times they must fall. We hear men
cay 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 this
ailment. It makes food nutritious and
strengthens and invigorates the digestive
organs by purifying the blood.
Don’t hesitate to take it.
ADVANCE IN ROSIN MARKET.
PALES MARKED I P 5 CENTS AT THE
The Local Cotton Market Firm and
Lnchungcd—Future Off From ft to
ID Points, Hue to I'nfavorahle Liv
erpool Advices, and Continued
Better Report. From the Crop
Belt—Local and Telegraphic Mark
Mottling News Office, July 11.—The fea
ture cf the 1 cal markets to-day was the
advance in pale rosins, which were mark
et up at the opening at the Board of
Trade. At the advance market was
firm, and the demand sufficient to prom
ise the mat; tenance cf values tor a while.
The turpentine market centimes firm at
43Vi cen.s, w r ith no weakm ng on the part
of factors. The tair demand which now
prevails for tut pent ne is apt to ho and the
market in strong pcs'lion until the re
ceipts b gin to pour in more freely than
The local cotton market was firm and
unchanged. There was a break in the fu
tures market, however, the dr p being
from 3 to 19 points all along the line.
The old crop months felt the drop the
worst. August losl 19 points, July 16, and
other months in proportion tn down the
line. The drop was duo largely to unfa
vorable Liverpool advices, and to the con
tinued good n ws w hich is b ing sent from
the crop country. The favorable weather
conditions are reported to have brought
the crop out wonderfully, and the out
look now is for a considerable reparation
cf the damage caused by rains.
The whol sal markets tvete ill the main
unchanged. The following resume of the
diff int marke s w 11 show the tone and
quotations at the clcs ng to-day:
The cot'on market closed firm and un
changed to-day. Considerable through
business whs said to be doing during *he
day. The day’s re eipts were 201 bales.
There was a drop of 3 and 19 points in
the future market, due largely to Liver
pool advices, and the receipt of more fa
vorable crop news from the South.
The following were the official spot quo
tations at the close of the market at
the Cotlon Exchange to-day:
j day. i year.
Good middling jlO 1-10 6V®
Middling |A% |5%
Low middling |9',£ |4%
Good ordinary |9 j4 ; ft
Market firm; sales. 26.
Savannah Receipts, Exports and Stocks:
Be "eipts this day *. 201
Receipts this day last year 42
Receipts this day year before last 62
Receipt* since Sept. 1, 18D9 *.1,087.065
Same time last year . 1,030,318
Fxports, coastwise 20!
Stock on hand this day 16,725
Same day Inst year 13,230
Receipts and Stocks at the Ports—
Receipts this day 4.s>">3
This day last year 2,874
This day year before last 745
To'al lecelpts since Fopt. 1, 133!).. .fi.297.fei7
Same time last year 8.273,077
Fame time year before 'aat 8,305,844
Stock at the porta to-day 153,340
Slock same day lasi year 431,233
Dally movements, at other ports.--
Galveston-Quiet; middling 9%; net re
ceipts, 61; gross fil; stock, 8,999.
■New Orleans--Steady; middling-, 10 3-16,
Rheumatism originates from excess ol
acid in the blood.
Impoverished and impure blood.
It attacks different pa*rts of the body It
ls sometimes seated in the mu-scies, scrfrie
times in the parts surrounding the joints,
and sometimes in the joints-her.ee the
name muscular and articular rheumatism.
When in the hips, it is called sciatic rheu
matism; when in the muscles of the beck,
Often when one goes to rise from sitting
or stooping the sudden, “catchirg’ is so se.
vere that they some times cry out In pa;n.
The feet and joints are sometimes swollen
without m first, causing ary 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.
■ l ’ ♦ '
A Boy Cured.
Mrs. Hill, residing at 10% I''. Mitchell
street, Atlanta, gave Graybeard to her son
who was forced to stop work on account
of u severe attack of rheumatism, and it
cured him sound and well.
Lost Use of Kis Arm
“Since taking Graybeard I have regained
use of my arm which was he pless by
rheumatism. W. C. FEENNIKEN,
Yoti Get Strong.
Everybody 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 ecwma you will find
it gradually disappear. 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 all others who are so unfortunate
as to become a prey to indigestion and
bowel troubles, I tried various medicines
and a number of the best doctors to treat
my case, but found only temporary relief
until Graybeard was discovered. The med-
net receipts, 4,116; gross, 4,116; sales, 500;
Mobile—Normal; middling, 9%; stock,
Charleston—Firm; middling. 9%; net re
ceipts. 348, gross, 348; stock, 2,906.
Wilmington—Nothing doing; stock, 1,794.
Norfolk—Quiet; 101-16; net receipts. 137,
gross, 137; sales, 142; stock. 4,318.
Baltimore—Normal; middling, 10V*; gross,
540; stock, 3,667.
New York—Quiet; middling. 1C44; gross,
1,300; sales, 1,750; stov'k, 44,248.
Boston—Quiet steady; middling, 10Vi:
Philadelphia—Quiet; middling, 10H'. stock,
Daily movements at interior towns,—
Augusta—Dull; middling, 10; net receipts,
24. gross, 24; sales 121; stock, 3,091.
Memphis—Steady; middling, 10; net re
ceipts, 39, gross, 39; sales, 75; stock, 16,088.
St. Louis—Quiet; middling, 10; gross,
260; stock, 29,165.
Cincinnati—Steady; middling. 914; net re
ceipts, 221, gross, 221; sales, 50; stock, 8,903.
Houston—Q,uiet; middling, 9' 2 ; net re
ceipts, 3, gross, 3; sales, 4; stock, 5,381.
Louisville—Firm; middling, 1014.
Exports of Cotton Tills Day-
New Orleans—To the continent, 350;
New York—To Great Britain, 177; to the
Total foreign exports from all ports this
day; To Great Britain, 177; to the conti
Total foreign exports from all ports thus
far this week: to Great Britain, 5,630; to
tile continent, 4.058.
Total foreign exports since Sept. 1, 1899-
To Great Britain, 2,211.051; to France!
692,876; to the continent, 2,618,642.
COTTON FITt HES.
Market Closes Steady at n Decline
of 3tg;i!) Points.
New York, July 11— Operations In cot
ton to day were lardly In the way of
rew ventures, though at times short su
ing was atttmptrd on a small s-ale. Val
ues suffered seven ly In the fo-vnocn from
a Kf mi-stamp-de of local h lders and from
predominance of adve se influences. The
opening was easy with pilots down 3 to
It) points and before the liquida-ing move
ment had run its ccuise a drop of 11 to
21 pints was recorded. Then came a par
tul reaction on rea.lzing by the timid
The most Important b<ar factor was eas
ily the Liverpool news; this indicated a
general se ling movement cf tn"rmous
pr pot tlrns in that market. Th . go em
inent r pert of yeete day afternorn for the
w, <k Just mded and expectatl nof heavy
Imports from Amer ea during Argu-t and
Stptitmher were the causes ramrd by pri
vate cables as respons hie for ihe slump
Tendeis of sp t cotton were urgent, and
1 rg lines of long stuff were thrown over
board n slop ord rs in the future mar
keti Bear sentiment flour shed h>re on
fine rrop r ports eveeptio all favontl
weather advlcts from the entiie belt ard
confirm ation of rec nt rep. rt-< to he el
f ct tha cloth markels were h avy and
lnacthe, Th o g out the afternoon spec
ulation w s inc Inrd to <ir g rnd pr es
s owed inslgnj cunt chang.s much o th
time The market tv:-s Anally sic; dy at a
net loss of 3 to 19 points.
I-’liirtun > lons In Fntnre,.
New A ork July 11.—Cotton futures
opened easy and closed steady. Prices a
Open. High. Low. Close.
January 8.2* 8.33 8.2 G 820
February 8.32 b $32
March 8.36 8.35 8.34 8.35
April 8.38 8.37
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passages and protect? them from the ef
fects of cold, dust, etc. >
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by reason of their delicate structure, ary
unable to carry it. They become clogged,
end hence results ca'tarrh.
Graybeard purifies the blood, invigorate,
these small blood vessels, and enable,
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May 8.40 8.40 8.40 8.39
July lO.flO 10.05 9.98 10.90
August 9.70 9.70 9.57 9.62
September 8.87 8.93 8.84 8.99
October 8.48 8.53 8.41 8.50
November 8.27 8.35 8.29 8.83
December 8.28 5.33 8.26 8.30
January closed c4T 4 points from yester
day; February, 4; Maxch, 3; April, 4;
May, 5; July, 16; August, 19; September,
7; October, 5: November, 3; December, 4.
Liverpool, July 11, 4 p. m.—Cotton—Spot
moderate demand; prices lower; American
middling fair, 6 7-16d; good middling.
6 5-32d; middling, 5 31-32d; low middling.
5 27-32d; good ordinary, 5 23-32d; ordinary.
5 17-32d. The sales of the day were 7.000
bales, of which 500 were for speculation
and export and included 5.7C0 American:
receipts, 2,000 bales, including 1,300 Ameri
Futures opened firm and closed quiet;
American middling, low middling clause.
July-, 5.13d value; July-August, 5.34#C3fd
sellers; August-Septcmber, 6.19d buy*!-*;
Sepiember-October, firstname.lastname@example.org sellers; Oe
tober-November, 4.47d sellers; November-
December. 4.41®4.42d sellers; December-
January, 4.3704,33d sellers; January-Kebrie
ary, 4.35d sellers; February -March, 4.53d
buyers; March-April, 4.32®4.38d sellers.
New Orleans, July 11.—Cotton future#
quiet and steady.
July 10.14<gfi0.16| Jan B.lo® 8.11
August ... 9.87® 9.BBjFeb 8.12® 8.14
Sept 8.83® 8.81 March 8.14® B.l*
Oct 8.2947 R.ftftt April 8.16® 8.11
Nov B.ll® B.IJI May B ' lß ® B,!D
Dec fc.UA.i d.i*
New York, July 11.—Murphy & Cos. say:
Cotton closed in Liverpool about 4-6!d low
er on near and about unchanged for far
months. The low condition given In th*
bureau report of July 1 being offset by fa
vorable weather since. Tamer advice*
than expected from Liverpool caused thl
market to open irregular about 15 points
decline on near and 4 points on far months,
but as foreigners bought the late fall ar.a
winter deliveries on a further decline o'
3 to 5 points, local shorts covered, causing
a recovery in the active months to with*
Ing two points of yesterday’s closing-
Is o weather market. Continued favora
ble conditions apt to cause bearish feeling,
but the market will respond, quickly to
any change in weather deemed unfavor
able to the crop for the reason that Liv
erpool is nervous and the Southern, short
Interest is unwieldly.
New York, July 11— Hubbard Bros,
Cos, say; The action of Liverpool in face
of the bureau reports can only be account
ed for by the heavy realizing by those
who have been engaged In advancing the
immediate deliveries in that market. That
,-i • - should hesitate about follow In*
the advance tn face of the falling off t®
the demand for goods in Manchester •
not surprising after their recent heavy
buying, which appears to have given them
fair supplies for the next ttvo months. Ar
bitrage brokers sold August here freed,
breaking the entire market during the
first hours. From this point, however
there was a rally and the market h”
shown a steady undertone in the absence
of speculation. Arbitrage operators be
tween the two markets was the P r , lr|r^ > ® r
feature during the morning. Weoth*
conditions continue favorable through 7l ,
the cotton belt. It Ts reported the ■ r ®*
bale of the new crop has ai iietrel b
Southern Texas. Local traders are look
ing tor a recovery in Liverpool to-mor*
Now Yrrk. July IV—The Improvement
in demand cl ady noticed las < g in Io n
In e i e ce o-dty. 'lhe e re ore bU'm
I lacing order* for qulca tie Iver e*. but n
any Indication of a free Pi rns! lon
cover fmure needs Brown cotton* a
at atly. No change In bleached cvarW c0 *