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WAITS this rack I*in maiv
Whlisr) AMlnu for ■ Trot Teat o(
Hall)' Hon Br),
New York, Sep!. 4 —William C. Whitney,
owner of Hally Hoo Bey has aent the fol
lowing letter to the aecretary of the Coney
Jaland Club In which he expteaae* hi*
dear* to have a race arranged between
Bally Hoo Bey and the Keene colt. Tom
■The running of the Ftnthush ataka*
recently war unsatisfactory to nearly
every one. Aa the winner of the stake. It
waa especially •* to me The clrrum
■lances of the race left In doubt the ques
tion which horse would havi won In true
run race. It would be agreeablr to me If
you would retain trom the winnings of my
•table at thin meeting the amount won
by me In the Flatbush. and arrange a
rn for me between Bally Hoo Bey and
Tommy Atkin* at Morris, and add tht*
money for m. to such stake as may be
put up by the Westchester Association.
The race to be at acven furlongs and at
■lf the event does not mature by the
reason of the non-appearance at the pot
of Hally Hoo Bey. you taey retain the
money to such fund applicable to dis
abled Jo. keys aa we may ugree upon.
“This proposal does not call tn question
the decision of the ract\ by the stewards
Is simply assumes that the race was not
truly run. Very reepcctfully.
•William C. Whitney.”
The amount won by Mr Whitney In the
Flatbush slakes was lS.go
I.IWNUE 11. KKRhAGUAhi nr. tn.
(•gails Man Who Waa Well-Known
. In Twrf Circles.
Augusta. Sept. 4.—Mr. George H. K*r
n ighan. for many years a leading livery
rtcihle man in Augusta, and a well known
man In lurf clrclea. died to-day at
IVaynesville, N. C. He has been In falling
health for a year paet and had gone to
North Carolina some weeks ago. hoping to
h benefited hy the change. He was born
July 2. 1x37 In Hamburg 8 C . and Is sur
vived hy a brother, three sisters a wife
and an adopted daughter. Mr. K'rnaghan
at one time kept a string of race horses
on the big circuits and from this source.
a :.l his regular business in Augusta, ac
quired a competency. His funeral will
take pise'- on Thursday.
WAS CAtStiD MV RBLIGIOX.
Separation Between Hr. J. G. Heston
of Atlanta and Ills Wife.
Atlanta. Kept. 4.—According to testi
mony taken before Judge Bumpkin in the
Superior Court this morning e queer re
ligious belief was the cause of the separ
ation and divorce of Joshua B. Sexton ci
this city and his wife. Bliss bet h Ayers
Bexton. They had been married for twen
ty-five years and have one child, a daugh
ter of twenty-two. Dr. Bexton has an <ff
ftee on Whitehall street, this city. Both
he ami hie wife, who Is now living tn
Washington. D. C.. are well to do. Dr.
Beg ton being l profeseor tn the Georgia
College of Eclectic., Medicine and Bur -
gery. After the hearing of the evidence
this morning there /was a verdict for the
plaintiff Under this decree he may marry
again, but the wife may not.
■BVERAIs MiA l AMUR ARREST.
Soar Doubt Expressed About a Re
Thomasville, Ga.. Sept. 4,-Sheriff Does
returned from Cooledge to-night, bring
ing with him Hobert Booth, Aus Daniel
and Henrq Daniel, all whltc.charged with
assault with Intent to murder Grant Wel
ley amt s negro on yesterday afternoon:
and Henry Booth charged with the mur
der of Weltey.
There seems to be some doubt as to
whether there has been any killing at
all. A Mr. Smith, who has charge of a
sawmill In the vlolfilty of the alleged
crime, told ihe sheriff that he saw Wet
ley on Monday afternoon, the day after
the reported killing This statement was
corroborated by a negro, who also claims
to have seen Welley alive on Monday.
RKPCHDICAAS OP UTAH. •
McKinley Indoesed and n State
Ticket I’ut Out.
Provo. Utah. Sept. 4 —At the afternoon
ami night sessions of the Republican Con
vent 100. a platform was adopted. Indors
ing McKinley and the following nomina
tion e were made:
Governor-Heber M Wells, renominated
Supreme Judge—O. W. Barlach.
Secretary of State—J. T. Hammond, re
Attorney General—M. A Breden
Electors—John K Murdock. Wesley K
Walter, and C. E. Loose
iVsi-’icas—George D. Sutherland.
WEAVER HELD KOH PKHJI HV.
Hr AA aa a AA lines* In Case Against
Georgetown. Ky,, Sept 4.—The case of
George F Weaver, charged with perjury,
was concluded before County Judge Yates
t/wlny and Weaver was held to the Scott
County Circuit Court In the sum of $350.
As Weaver was unable to furnish bond,
he gras remanded to Jail He was a wii
i>os In the prosecution of Caleb Powers'
case and the charge Is based on hl testi
mony In that case.
A GREAT OCEAN H ACE.
Deutschland Marta With Kaiser AA ll
lie 1 m iter Grease.
Near York. Sept 4.—The greatest ocean
race In maritime history began to-day
■when the Kaiser Wilhelm der Grosse and
the Deutschland, the swlfteut merchant
men In me work), sailed out of ihe har
tor for Ihe English channel, one hour and
twelve minutes apart. The freight In
• aeh vessel was packed so as to trim the
great racers for their best work.
Mrs. H. AA . Anderson Dead.
Hawklnsvllla, On., Sept 4 —Mrs R W.
Anderson dted nt * o’clock Sunday even
ing The physician pronounced her death
due to heart failure. Her death was a
great surprise to her family and friends
then whom no woman In our midst had
more. Mrs. Anderson was the wife of
• ipt. Ruel W. Anderson 8h- leaves a
family composed of her hushnnd. Capt
-luel w. Anderson, and nine children liv
ing. three daughters and six hoys, some
rf whom are In business here. The funeral
’"Me place from the Baptist Church here
thh- morning, her former pastor, Dr W.
-V. Nelson, of Jackson, Oa., conducting
’he services. Ths Interment was In the
family lot In Orange Hill Cemetery this
Ilealb of Re*. B. M. Cmvnlb.
Nashville. Tenn.. Bept 4.—Rev E M
Ora vat h, for twenty-two years president
"* Fisk University at Nashville, died this
•rfternoon. at ftt. Charles, Mmn. He was
• heplaln of the On# Hundred nd Ftrsl
• 1.10 Volunteer Infantry during the Civil
’•'■'nr. He was one of Ihe founders of
F ‘*k University, and directed the work
th original Jubilee singers. ,
Just before retiring. If your liver If
sluggish, out of tune and you feel dull,
bilious, constipated, take a dose of
Rad you'll be All right in the morning.
Radway's Ready Relief, used Inwardly
will In # few mtnuea teure Cramps.
Bpasms, Hour Btomach. Heartburn, Nau
sea. Seasickness. Nervousness, Sleeplc**-
enos. Sick Headache. Summ< r CusnpUlnt.
Cholera Mori,us. Diarrhoea, Dysentery,
Colic. Flatulency, and all Internal pains.
Take US Drops
of Hart way's Ready Relief In half A turn
bier of Wuter on rising In the morning
to strengthen and sweeten the stomach
and prevent all of those feelings of lassi
tude and ' tiredness" to common at this
Radway's Ready Relief Instantly re
lieves and soon cures Bruises, Burns,
Biles of insects. Swelling of the Joints!
Lumbago, Inflammations, Congestions.
Rheumatism, Neuralgia. Headache,
30 Cents a Mottle. Said by Druggists.
It ADM AY A CO.. M Elm at.. \. Y.
AA .A II A| 111 r I I,l\ IN r.t A InV
Sheppard Gaea In as .Alnyne and Ills
Fall Ticket With Him.
Guyton. Ga.. Spec 4.—The election for
Mayor and Aldermen of the town of Guy
ton took place to-day. It was one of the
most exciting ever held In the town. At
an early hour the voting began and Iha
workers for each ticket were busy getting
their friehds to Ihe [Kills.
R. W Sheppard, candidate for Mayor,
led from ihe beginning and came very
near gening twice as many votes us his
opponent. A. J. Simmons. The follow
ing candidate for aldermen were elected:
A E Bird. H E Archer. J N Shear
ousc. AA’. S Baffold. The entire board
elect Is composed of men who are fully
Identltled wttb Ihe town and will do all
they can for Its Interests.
The new board will take the oath of
office In n few days foe a term of two
years There was full ticket opposing the
board voted for. but not one succeeded
tn being elected W B. B.iffold withdrew
from the ticket, bus hts friends put him
In the race against his consent and he
was elected by a handsome majority any
TOPIC* AT TtITON.
The \cw Methodist Gisreh-xherman
Harris Pleads Guilty.
Tlfton. Oa.. Bept 4.—The pians and spec,
tflratkm* for Ttfton s new brick Methodist
Church have been submitted by the ar
chitect, approved by the building commit
tee and accepted Pastor Foater la now
making contra t# for material, and will
begin building soon. The church Is a
very handsome structure. Is to be built
of brick, and has an outside measurement,
over all. of (7x72 feet. The coat ut esti
mated at ss.''ho.
Sherman Harris, colored, who killed Jim
Williams, a fellow-laborer. In Tlfion last
Saturday. with a club, pleaded guilty at
committal trial, and was carried to Nash
ville Jail yesterday to awati the fall term
of the Superior Court.
Col J. P Murrow broke ground yester
day for anew brick building on Main
street It will contain two trtoreroom*.
each 25**0 feet, one of which will be oc
cupied as offices by the Gstetic publish
ing Company, and the other tilled with a
slock of merchandise
INVESTIGATING THE RIOT*.
Grand Jar) at Akron Charged to Do
Ita Fall Doty.
Akron. 0., Sept 4—A special grand
jury was impaneled task) to conskler
the cases of the men arrested for partici
pating in the recent riot. The Jury ts
composed of prominent citizens, the fore
man bring Hon. J i’ark Alexander, a
former member of the legislature.
Judge Kohler. In charging the Jury, ex
horted them lo bo courageous and to
place the blame wherever It may belong
He advised them also to Investigate the
conduct of the officials of the city, mem
bers of the police force, the marshal of
the city and members of the Council, as
to what they did not do In the way of pre
venting and suppressing the lawlrasness.
"Examine tt Impartially," Mid the Judge,
"and If there has been any violation of
the lawe In that reaped hy any offleera
of the city, or any failure to do his duty,
piesetit tt fearlessly to the court."
Lpnnrtli League Meeting—Opening
of the Public tirhonls,
Guyton. Oa., Bept. 4—The Epworih
league held its monthly business meeting
at the home of the president. Dr. O. G.
Mlngledorff. After the business part, the
Entertainment Committee handed around
papers with a story written on It. which
had quite a number of words to be filled
In with names of trees. Miss Emmie Bird
won Ihe ladles prtae and Mr. Will Winn
The Guyton High School began the fall
term yesterday. Prof. AV. H. Martin, the
principal, had extended an InvMation lo
nil the patrons and friends of the school
io be present at Ihe opening, and quite a
number were present. Bcveral of the clt
tsens made speeches tn Intreat of the
school and extended words of welcome
to the teachers.
A COLORED INSTITUTION.
AA ill Me Rnilt at . Lonls for Brnev
Indianapolis. Ind.. Bpt ,4-The National
Connections! Council of the African M
E Zion Church Is In session here. To-day
It was decided to locate a national benev
olent and savings Institution at St Louts
with branch offices at Philadelphia, Bos
ton. Atlanta and other cities to be select
ed. The Institution will be capitalized at
IlilOW The offleera selected for It are:
President. Hl'hop Walters; treasurer.
Dr Most land of Louis; directors,
lilshop Hood of Fayetteville, N. C.;
Bishop Clinton, of South Carolina: John
C jVney of XVllmlngton. N C : AV B.
Coler of'Salisbury. N C.; Bishop Toma of
North Carolina: Prof Atkins of AVinston.
N. C.. and Bishop Clayton of North Caro
AFE AIM* AT ATHENS.
A Negro May's Dangerous Amnse
menl-An Old Negro Dend.
Athene. Oa.. Bept. I -Rube Durham a
young negro hoy. piled up trash around
a companion of hfct and set It afire. For
tunately. help arrived In time lo keep the
negro from burning lo death, hut he
was severely burned In severe! places.
Griff Johnson, colored, one of Ihe old
est nurroes in the city, died yesterday.
He was known to nearly every college
boy who has attend*d the university since
the war. He was a celebrated life player,
and waa lifer for the Athena Guard* dur
ing the war. and has taken part lo nearly
every celebration tn Athene for the past
THE MORNING NEWS: WEDNESDAY. SEITEMBEIt 3, I!KK>.
FOH L.AR4M4 LEGISLATION.
An Mrnanlamlon Perfected In ( alia
bin, tt. C.
Columbia. 8 C., Bept- 4—The South
Carolina Federation of Labor has been or
ganis'd here, with M. C. AA'allaee of Co
lumbia president, and will get right Into
u fight for kglaiatton looking to excluding
children of lender ago from cotton and
other factories. That is the first of three
Initial demands. The others arc. a state
labor bureau with Inspection of factories,
and a reduction of the hours of labor
The bill lo regulate children In mills
was defeated by a large majority In the
Legislature last winter, but tt will very
likely l> passed next time. A fight will
be mad- all along the line.
AA beat nul Cotton Grower*.
The cotton amt wheat growers' asao la
tlons will meet together at Greenwood
Bept VI, and the cotton growers will he
addressed by Mr Harvey Jordan of the
Georgia association. Th-- wheat grower*
have had a most siKVessful year and their
object will be lo Increase acreage and en
courage planting by every means possi
ble. The cotton grnwera will not discuss
acreage al this time, but th* effort will
be to get the farmer* to handle the crop
% Foolhardy Attempt.
Columbus Moor* attempted to drive a
wagon loaded with brooms across the
Spartanburg and Columbia Railroad track
at Rich Hill last evening In the face of
an Httproochlng passenger train Driver
and hors* were killed and for a lime th#
air was as full of broom# as If ail the
witches of Juvenile fancy had turned out
for pa rail*.
MARTIN DECLARED NOMINEE.
Hrault of Cnntnt for gherlß of
Charleston. S P.. Kept 4 —At a meeting
of the County Democratic Executive Com
mittee held here to-day. Capt J Elmore
Martin was formally announced a* the
candidate for the party for sheriff of
Charleston county. The returns of the
primary were contested by Mr Jervey
ami all the ballots cast In the contest
were asked for. Tht* was granted, and
when the recount showed practically the
same returns as wrre made by the man
agers. Capt. Jervey formally withdrew
hie contest ami Capt. Martin was de
clared the.nominee of Ihe party. Feel
ing ha* run very high on the subject of
the contest and every one Is glad to have
the whole matter over ami done with.
EXPOSITION BITE SECURED.
tee of Wagner Property Given to
Charleston, 8 C., ept 4lt was defi
nitely determined to-day to use the Wftg
ener property Instead Of the Rheli farm
a* part of th* exposition site. An offer
had been mad* for th* latter place of $35.-
000, but ihe owner# were unable to break
a lease of the property held by some
truck farmers. Th# Wagener place la
donated free of rent to the exposition by
Capt. F AV. Wagcner for two years.
The entire site will contain seventy acres
of land nnd fifty acres of marsh. The
aciuai work of mapping out the land will
begin at once.
Sooth I nrollntan Tries Suleldr.
Charleston, S. C.. Bept 4.—A young
while man by the name of A. C. McCall,
formerly of Berkeley county. Is lying at
the city hospital hero, at ihe point of
death He attempted to take his own
life by drinking kiudanum The doctor*
say h may recover. McCall said he was
tired of living, and that he had contract
ed deb:# tie could not pay. He was mar
ried about four rmnth* ago. Hr had been
drinking heavily recently.
VAN NEB* RAINED ROKH FLAG.
Ill* Action Aimed n* an Insult tn
Bar Harbor. Me., Bept. 4—Just after the
British ships dropped anchor in Ihe har
bor to-day Edward Van Ness of New
York, swung to Ihe breeae from a staff
on Ills lawn, n large Doer flag, and ad
dressed hla friends in denunciation of the
British. Tlte flag rasing made the people
angry and a doaen volunteered to pull the
pole down wlihoui further ceremony Rear
Admiral Upshur (retired) waa particular
Chas. H. Wood, chairman of the I star. I
of selectmen, called on Mr. Van Ness and
politely requeated that the flag be taken
down, but Mr. Van Ne*s refused. Mr.
AVood cut the halyards and the Doer
standard floated to earth, amid the cheers
o' those assembled. Mr A'an Ness was
one of the commplHee to receive the Boer
commissioners, when they visited this
country. He has been requested to resign
from the gentlemen's club.
Cotton Grower* Organise.
Thomasville. tin., Bept 4 -Th* farmer*
of Thomas county met ut the Court House
this morning ami organised the Thomas
county branch of the Colton Growers'
Protective Association, W. H Culpepper
was elected president, ami H. Htaey, sec.
retary, The next meeting will be held
on Sept. 11.
llig Furnnee Has Shot flown.
Ashland, Ky.. Bept big Aetna
furnace closed down to-ly. throwing out
I.SOO people out. I( Is said the shut down
Is for repairs only. The Norton Iron and
Nall Work# has started up again.
Gen. Ilrlarry Reported Dead.
Pretoria. Bept 4lt i reported that
Gen. De tarry, the Boer commander, died
of wound* received at Elands river.
An Aln hunt it t Itmlld It* for I nngrras
Opposed as an Infidel.
From the Mobile T>ally Register.
The Jacks' n South Alabamian-In this
campaign continues to put forward as a
leidjrg objection to the election of Mr
Hacnls Taylor of Mobile that he Is not a
belever In Ihe Christian religion. The
South Alabamian says that Mr. Taylor
expressed doubt a year ago of the divin
ity of Christ or rather said that the ten
dency of thinking men nowadays was to
doubt the dhdol y of Christ. Mr Taylor
gay* now that he never Intended to con
vey any such thought, and a* for himself
he I* a Chils'lan. although not a member
of any church Like Thom is Jefferson, he
may 1* a sect by himself, hut tan any
man In free America, hebevlng In the
principle* of cur constitution, condemn
him on that account?
Mr Taylor I* r ported as aiytng that he
o! served a certain tendency toward un
be ief He I not reported a* saying that
he shared the unbelief H>- doe# not ad
mit even that he said anything of the
kind about the subject, and he say# now
emphatically, that he does not share the
doubts attributes! to him, that he la a be
ll-ver. although not a formalist.
El I '•‘■BP* I? R3N Before you
I I tt “ *"*••
HEM I.TN ON THE DIAMOND
New York Outplayed rlnrtnuati and
Toek Roth Games.
New York. Scp( 4.-The New York#
outplayed 4he Cincinnati# tn two games
tht# afternoon In the first game, victory
war due to Hawley’s steady pitching The
New York* tn ihe other pounded Hahn
out of the box In two innings. Boors:
Cincinnati ..,.0 fi A ! t ft o 0 fi-3 7 I
New York .0 0 0 1 1 t 01 x~4 3
Batteries—(Scott and Kahoe. ltawley and
Second game— R H R.
Cincinnati ...1 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 0 6 9 3
New York .4111 1 010 x—lt IS 4
Hattertea-Hatin, Phillips and Kahoe;
Taylor and Bowerman. Attendance 1,000
Plttsbarg AA on Math Game*.
Boston, Bept 4. Pittsburg won both
game* to-da.v The ftrsl was cloy * „nd
exciting until the eighth Inning, when
Pittsburg cßnched matter# hy hard hit
ting In the second game Boston outbnt
ted Pittsburg nnd lost. Attendance 2,800.
Boston 0 0 0 A 0 0 0 0 0-0 < 1
Pittsburg 0 00 I 000 4 4—o 11. t
Batteries-Nichols and CDrke. Che-bro
Second game— R H E
Boston 1 0 10 10 1-4 II 4
Plltsbutg 2 1 1 0 0 0 3-442
Philadelphia AA on Easily.
Philadelphia. Sept 1 -Bt. lout* and
Philadelphia hit the ball freely to-day, but
th* home team's gilts were made at Ihe
more opportune time. The fielding of both
teams at times. Was rather tugged Ai
tendunce 2.I&0 Score RHE
8t Louis ..1 00100X0 I— Sl2 5
Phlhsdelp'a 20 1 13 4 1 0 X—l3 14 3
Ratterlrw—Powell and Robinson; Dona
hue and McFarland.
Uhlppgo Meat Brooklyn.
Brooklyn, Bept 4.—Chicago won to-day's
game in the face of a ninth inning rally
by the Brooklyn# The visitors outplayed
Ihe locals at every point until near ihe
close. Attendance 100 B,ore KH E.
Chicago 0 4 2 l 0 t 0 o 0— l5 2
Brooklyn ...,1 0001 1004—7 12 &
naileries -Garvin and Donahue; Howell,
AAeyhlpg and McGuire
At Chicago—Chicago. 4; Detroit, 1.
At Buffalo—Buffalo. 10; Minneapolis, k
Second Oa me—Buffalo, §. Minneapolis. 2
At Indianapolis—lndianapolis, 2; Kansas
At Cleveland—Cleveland, 1; Milwaukee,
Second Game—Cleveland, 4; Milwaukee, 3.
At Toronto—'Toronlo. 7; Montreal. 2.
Second Game-Toronto. 4. Montreal, t.
At Hartford-Hartford, 13; Springfield. 7
At Rocheater—Syracuse. 2. Rochester, 9.
GRAND CIRCUIT R At'Kß.
Some Good Sport and a Good Crowd
ol ( barter Wak Park.
Hartford, Conn.. Bept 4 —The grand
circuit races to-day at Charter Oak Pork
were attended hy 3,<WO perron*, and eight
een beats were finished before the sport
was over. The 2:30 event proved to be
the Interesting roe* and eight heats were
needed to decide It. Henry 8 was the
favorite, but after taking the second and
third heat, he was unable to take the
race. Annie Burn*, u late coiner, took
the race In the fourth, eeventh and eighth
2:00 Pace, purse $1.31W. Freed Bond won
the first, fourth and fifth heata and race.
Hnrry 0.. eeceod; Bob Fltastmmnns,
third- Harry O. won the second amt
third heats. Time, 2.075,. 2:OTV -’OSS
!:(V 3 (MA,.
2:30 trot, purse t2.(X. Annie Burns woe
the fourth, seventh and eighth heat* and
race; James Bhevlin second; Henry fl.
third James Bhevlin won the fifth and
rixtb heats and Henry 8. (he second and
third, and Queen Eleanor the firs* heat
Time. MB*. 2:1214. 2:13!*. 2 10*. 8:H. 2:10,
2.-06 pacing, purse $1,200 (every heat a
race). Frank (Ingush won In three
straight heats, with Indiana second, and
Baby Ruth thtrd Time, 2 00. 2.04, 2:07.
2-12 trot, pur** s2.iwo Bey Star won the
firm, second and fourth heat* and race;
Edna Cook won the third heat Time
3:lo**, no time, 2 I2Q.
Race* wl fibeepahead (lay.
New York. Bept 4.—A good wtaed crowd
enjoyed some doe# and spirited racing
at Bheepshead Bay to-day. Winning fa
vorite* were scarce. Makl of Harlem In
the last event bslng the only one to •cor*.
First Race—Five furlonga. ins hot. 4 to
1, won. with Cherries. 9 to 1, second, and
Luck. 25 to 1. third. Time 1:01)4-4.
Becorvt Racw-One and one-eighth miles.
Bombshell. 3 to I. won, with liotieof Troy,
3 to 1 and even, second, and King Brambh
4 to 1, thtrd. Time 1:46 3-4
Third Race—The Flight stake*, seven
furlongs Hellobas 4to 1. won. with Brig,
adler, 4 to 1 and 2 to 1. second, and Voter
710 4. third Time 1 MI-4
Fourth Race- On# mile. Borough, 12 to
1. won. with West Ha.len, g to | nd 3 to
1. second, and Chanticleer, 1 to J, third.
Time 1:43 1-S.
Fifth Race-Six furlongs Col. Hadden.
13 to 1. won, with Hlmtlite, 2 to 1 and 4 to
4. second, and Annoy. 10 to I. third. Tim.
Sixth Race—The Russet handicap, one
and a half mil.* on turf. Maid of Harlem
11 to 5. win,, with David Garrick, 5 to 2
and even .second, and Laverock, g to l,
third. Tim* 2:35.
THE BALD EAGLE.
Man's Unhappy Propensity to Kill
Him AA Ifsrtrr Seen.
From the Hartford Post.
W# wish F. W Woodworth hadn't kill
'd that bald eagle The fatal shooting
was done on Wedm sday. In Wln.taor. Just
north of th* Hartf rd town line If Mr
Woodworth had hagaed th* bird between
ISM and 1597 he would have been liable to
pay a fine of not leas than 2> or more
than S3O ll* not only acted lawfully, but
he displayed clever mark manahlp- hut.
neverthebss. we always regret to hear
of an eagle bring made a warehouse for
The law prohibiting th# killing of eagles
woe repealed by the general assembly of
IW7. anil the duMous glory of the per
formance I* charged up to Representa
tive Main of Btonliigtnn The legislators
assented to the proposition not h*<au*e
they loved the .age leas, but because
they toved Mr. Main more. Th* repeal
bill, Introduced by th# unique representa
tive from Bioningt. n, went i the com
mittee on agriculture, which reported ad
vers'ly. Mr. Haiti waa mad H* began to
llvn the #1 renuou* Ilf*. He set out to .to
up the committee on agriculture, end con
sequently to do up Ue eagle. He hlend
d talk and husile In harmonious pro
portions The fight was fast and furious.
The Issue was long In doubt. Finally a
majority of the member*, striving to
please and Daring tl*t Mr. Main might
leave the state If the bill were defeated,
stood by him, turned the committee
d~wn, pasted th# bltl *nl gav*- every
body an opportunity to put davllght
through any ragie that came along.
And ye*, and yet. Isn't It too had to kill
the klrg of birds? Th* esgl# la the Amer
ican national emblem It loves the moun
tains. the crag, the Inaccessible cllfr, the
upper air It set# the powt* In motion. It
ta a noble bird To be sure It# healthy
at p<-titc occasionally Induces tt to put for
bidden things on Its bill of fare, and It
Isn't always friendly to articles which
th* farmer highly pr:*** N*verth*4**s,
the eagle on the who# 1* so attract!)-*,
ao majestic, ao emblematic that, tn spite
of Its occasional bad hiljlta. we can't
quite sec how a genuine sportitmkn can
wth to pull the trigger when he aero one
of the magnificent bit da up In Ut blue.
The man who smokes
Old Vir ginia Cheroots
has a satisfied, “glad I have got it”
expression on his face from the time
he lights one. He knows he will
not he disappointed. No matter
where he buys one—Maine or Texas,
Florida or California—he knows they
will be just the same as those he gets
at home—clean—well made—burn
Three hundred million Old Virgtnu Cheroots gtnoked this
yeir. Ask your own deder. Price. 3 for 5 centi.
FINE GRADES OF WHISKIES.
The R. G. Whiskey gallon # J.OO
Glendale Whiskey gallon $ 2.50
Crjstal Spring Whiskey gallon iiM.OO
Gotden Wedding Whiskey gallon S.VSO
IN CASES OF 12 LARGE BOTTLES:
The Antediluvian Whiskey botuad by Osborne of New York g... $1459
The I'eeriest. Whiskey buttled In bond In Henderson. Ky tildO
The Peoria Whiskey bottled In bond by Clark Brothers $12.99
Meredith Rye Whiskey, bottled at their distillery in Ohio $7140
Golden Wedding Whiskey, our bottling s9.k
Lippman Block, ... Savannah, Ga.
Forecast for Wedne*<Jay aiwl Thursday;
Grorgia; Fair amt warmer weather
Wednesday Thursday partly cloudy,
with probably ahower* In eouit.crn |>r
tton; Ire*h nortneast to card winds, prot*-
ahly Increasing in force by Thursday.
Eastern Florida: Bain Wednesday and
Thursday; northeasterly winds, brisk to
high over southern portion Wednesday,
and probably over Ihe entire state Thurs
Yesterday Weather at Savannah—
Maximum temperature Ip. m... 94 degrees
Minimum temperature S a. m .73 degrees
Mean temperature 7* degrees
Normal temperature 7* degree*
Accumulated exce** since Sept
1 4 degree*
Accumulat'd deficiency since
Jan 1 ... 44 degree#
Rainfall 84 Inch
Normal 33 Inch
Excess since Sept. 1 1 49 Inches
Deficiency since Jan. 1 7.55 Inches
River Report—Th* high! of the Savan
nah river at Augusta at $ a. m (75ih me
ridian time) y**4*rday wa* 7.0 feet, a
fall of 0.9 foot during the preceding
Cotton regain bulletin Bavannah. Oa .
for the twenty-four hour* ending at 8 a.
m . 76th meridian time-. Bept. 4. 190):
(Ballon* of Max 8440. Kelt
Savannah district. ITenx iTem ' fall
Alipaha. G* . clear | K 9 | 7X | .01
Albany, clear 91 74 h>
Amcrlrua, clear i | W .14
Batnhrtdge, clear 99 73 M>
Eastman, pt. cloudy ...... 90 ; 7ft j Oft
Fort Gaines, clear * 72 j Oft
Oalneavtlie, Fla .pt.cl'dy.. 94 j 74 | .06
Mlllen. Ga . clear j 9* j 72 j <•<
Qulrman. clear -| 87 Tt l 45
Savannah, dear j 97 ; 73 .00
Thomnsvllle. .-tear | 93 | 71 j 03
Spec al Texas Rainfall Report*—Pales
tine. .01; Galveston, .70; Corpus Christl.
R: Brenham .01; Columbia, .; Cuero.
30. Houston. TANARUS; Huntsville, T. Ik>ngvtew,
T. Sherman. TANARUS; Waco. T. Weatherford.
I jOET Avers**,
I No. I 1 1
I Sta-l Max IMtn (Bat*
Contra! Bratton* |Uons Tem.lTam ; falL
Atlanta M M AI t
Augusta i It | B I | T
Charleston ....j 3 94 70 T
Galveston | 3o I *2 | 72 | 4
Little Rock t IS |9O 72 |Ol
Memphis ~| 14 i *9 | 70 | T
Mobile j 10 I 90 I 70 | .03
Montgomery j 8 j 90 j 70 j 0*
New fN-lean* ! 15 ! 93 | 72 | 01
Savannah | It ) | 72 | .09
Vicksburg | 10 93 > 70 T
Wilmington j 10 1 *9 } 94 | T
— Slightly higher temperature#
over the Montgomery district* Light
scattered shower# over the b*M.
Observations taken al ipe same moment
of time at all stations, Bept. 4. 1900, 8 p.
m., 75th meridian time.
Nme- of Station*. i T *V j Ham
Boston .cleft r j 74~j 9 f ,(to”
New York <lty. clear 82 L .00
Philadelphia, dear j 83 j 10 j .00
W;ishin*ton dty, clear. ..i 78 L o)
Norfolk, clear | 74 | 9 j .00
Hatteras, clear ' 78 I. j .no
Wilmington, clear ...j 78 j L ! .00
Charlotte, clear i 82 j L ! .40
Raleigh, paitiy cloudy... M | L | T
Charleston.' dear | Bft | to | .00
Atlanta, clear 12 ' L j .00
Bavannah. clear | 78 8 j .81
Jackscnvlile. cloudy !78 8j 04
Jupiter, cloudy tn P) 04
Key West, partly ddy 7* 12 t .34
Tampa, clear j HO j 12 j .38
Mobile, partly rioudy ...,| 92 | I, j 42
Vtontgomery. clear j a I, .00
Vicksburg, dear | 84 I. on
hjew Orleans, pi cldy iB4 ! 8 j flft
Galveston, dourly ] 84 10 24
Corpus Chrlstl. raining...j 90 |lo| 23
Palestine, clear ! 84 ' I, .01)
Memphis, dear | 84 j 8 00
Cincinnati, clear j Bft j j oo
Pittsburg, clear ~.....,.,4 74 } L | .00
Buffalo, clear ) 72 4 | .00
Detroit, clrnr j 72 4 j .00
Chicago, partly cloudy....i 7" 12 .OP
Marquette, cloudy ...j *8 10 | .00
St Paul, loudy ~j 78 < 12 j .<
Davenport, dear .....j 74 , L j .00
81. Louis, dear | 96 j L J .00 I
The Best Cooks
in the Country recognize the
A & PERRINS’
QA||f!£ TMt ORIGINAL
• •want of (Mi
For <4mr, stcak. ItoMti, Soup#,
•ml every variety off nk diilwc,
l moot imaluahU.
Jon** |)i wAk iSiki, Aftiwn, Nw Yom,
u H Niig f r Millard.
I k rii4av Vlat Frsl4QV
iIKNRT lii.rm. Jr Me j ana Tfdaa
Sasti, Doors aod Blinds,
Paints, Oils, Varnishes,
Class and Broshes,
Lime, Cement and Piaslei,
■ar *a Wkllakts Mrstta
JOHN f„ BUTLER,
—A>hA A -* uAt -
Faint*. Oils an) Glass, **#b. Doom. Blind*,
and Builder*' Pup pile* ITaln and Decor®,
five Wall Paper. Foreign and Di*a#*C-<
Cement*. Lime Ptaater and Hair Bo4a
Agent foe Aberitn* Hold Water Paltit.
90 Cowrrs** alreet w##4. and 19 W. Julian
West Broad and Hart* streets,
opposite Central Depot.
Modern appointment. Convenient to all
street car itnea. Rates $1.29 and $1.59 and
$3,00 par day. Dingle meat s9c.
al. J PATEItDON. M .r.ager.
Kansas City, clear j * | SIT
Oklahoma, dear > 84 | 4 (Ift
Dodge City, pt eldy jß4| 20 oft
North Plait*, dear j 8 | 8 | .49
T. for lempvrorure; V for velocity.
H B Boyer.
Local Forecast official.
The 4 bines# Here.
From the International Monthly.
"We write Chinese race ralher than
Mongolian: for her* the Japanese mutt
be dissociated from the CtilßW by reason
of ihetr Malay Mood, which show# tt#
Influence tn both thetr physical and men
tal trails, so that the Japanese differ from
the Chinese far more than the French
do from the Germans, who are only dtf
fereni peoples from the same Indo-Kel
ttc race (popularly known tt* Caucasian,
end otherwise am Aryan), while the Ma
lays differ tn race from the 3lonsoltan#
These traits of the Chinese are more than
interesting; they are surprising amt even
alarming In these days of open and keen
competition They may well give us pause;
and they lend strong -upper r to the oft
repeated declaration of the late Dr. Qu-
IFk of Cnnton. that by the time the
AmerF.tn had worn him.elf out. th* Chi
nese would be read)’ to Inherit the earth,
os tvell a# to the recent assertion of Gen.
Wolaeley, that a property trained Chinese
army would prove invincible. A* to physi
cal traits, we And that the heredity of the
Chinese ts as mixed as that of the Euro.
p*n. The Northern Chinese 1* "tall,
stout, soltd. and stow.' as Ross says, while
the Southerner I* 'short, small, cure '
The same difference and kinds of differ
ence prevail In Europe and India, and
have the same origin namely the Incur
sion# of larger and stronger races from
the North, which gradually spend their
force as they program southwards. Eu
rope. India, and China are parallel ngatn
In the variety of languages, of which
there are eight tn China. The common
alities of Pekto, Canton. Shanghai, Foo
chgw. ami Amoy cannot understand each
Foe Over Fifty Year*.
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup ha* been
used for children teething. It soothes tn#
chief, sol tuna th# gum#, allays all laRA
cures wind colic, and I# the beat remedy
for Diorriiota. Tweoly-flv# cents • '—Mi*,
Ocean Sieamslilo Go.
IMew York, Boston
t’lwurp ikKf.fl 4 it>ln nrrommodftllona. Ail
th# rouiftirii of • mudtrn txMel Eloctrt*
llfhti Int i'ril.rd ulilf Ticket* inciuOo
ntettU and berth* aboard ahftj*.
Passenger Pares iron) Savaaoalr.
TU NEW YORK—FIRST CABIN. W>;
FIRST CABIN ROUND TRIE. 432. IN'
TLKMKDIATL CABIN. SU. INTERME
DIATE CABIN HOUND TRIP. 3**-
to uobton - rnurr cabin. $23;
FIRST CARIN' ROUND TRIP. $34 IN
TERMEDIATE CABIN, sl7. INTEKMB
DIA+K CABIN ROUND TRIP. $2309,
Th# express sieumehlp* of tht* line ara
ap|-olnt> ! to -all from Bavannah, Cenfrol
(f**h) meridian tlm\ ** # oUrwa:
* WAN TO NRW VOIIK.
KANSAS < ITT Capt Ftsfeeg, THURS
DAY. Bept. 4. 1 30 p. m
CITY OF BIRMINGHAM C#pi Berg.
SATURDAY. Held 4. 4O' P m
TALI. All ASBER. C.pt Aakina. MON
DAY. Bept. i. 53 p m
CITY Of AUGUSTA Cap' DfiggelL
TUESDAY, Bept. U. :U P m
NAUOOCHBB, ("apt Bmtth. THURS
DAY. B.pt Is. 5.0 • P m.
KANSAS CITY, 4'apt. F eher. BATDR
DA\ Fept 15. te rm p m
CITY ok BIRMINGHAM (apt- B*rg.
MONDAY Sett I?. lt' noon
TALLAH 'SHI K. Cap. Askln*. TF*-
r>AY, re I I*. I: o p. m
CITY OF AUGUST', 'apt Daggett,
THURSDAY. 8-pt 30 •:* p m
NACoO- HEK. r'apt Smith. HATUR
DAY. Hei i 2? t ' P">
KANBAB CITY. Capt Fisher. MONDAY,
Kept 24, 4:o' p m
CITY OF BIRMINGHAM, f apt. Berg.
Tt RkDAY Bept. it s*> P m
TAI.LAMAFffRF, . aid. Askln*. THURB
DAY. B pt 27 p ni
CITY OF AI7GFBT A, Cap’ Daggfitt.
SATURDAY, fl.'Pt SB' p m
Ni:w %OH K rt> M4TU3.
CITY OF MACON. Capt Savage, WRD
NRSDAY. B‘T’4 5. H.'on
CITY <‘F MACON. Capt Savage, MON
DAY. Bvpt to, n<K>n
CITY OF MACON. Capt Savage. FRI
DAY B-pt 14. noon
CITY OF MACON. Capt Havage, WED
NESDAY. Bept 19. noofi
CITY OF MACON. Capt Savage, MON
DAY, Bepl 14. n.sm
CITY OF MACON. Capt Savage. FRI
DAY, Bept . B""#
Tht, ramies) reaervea th* right t®
ehange M salting* without notlre and
without liability or accountability there
Rriltnirs New York for Bavannah dally
except Sundays, Monday* and Thursdays.
600 p m
W. a rtREWKR. City Ticket and Faaa
enger Agent, UH Dull street, Bavannah.
E w BMTTH. Contracting Fretarh*
A cent Bavannah. O*.
R. O. TREZEVANT. Agent. Savannah,
°WALTER HAWJttNB. General Agent
Traffic Dep't, 314 W Bay #tr<wL Jack
E II HINTON. Traffic Manager, Sa
P F I.F FFVRF. Superintendent, New
pier 25, North River. New York, N. Y.
mmm m miners
SAVANNAH TO B.ALTIMOHK.
Tickets on saia at comisuiy'* offleos tat
th# following |K>tnla at v ry low raig-
ATLANTIC CITY. N J.
BALTIMORE, Ul> BUFFALO. N. Y.
CIIICAOO. ILL CLEVELAND, O.
HAGERSTOWN. HARRISBURG, PA.
HALIFAX. N 8
NIAGARA FALLS. NEW YORK.
™ HT ‘ WABIIINGTON.
First-class llckct# Includ# meals and
stats room berth. Savannah to Bjltlmor®.
Acc .mmodattnns and cuiatn# unequaiad.
Freight capacity unlimited; caroful ban
ting and quick dispatch
The steamships of this company *ra ap
pointed to salt from Bavannah to Balti
more a follow* (standard time);
D it MILLER. Capt. Peters, THURS
DAY. Sent 4. 3Jfi p m
ITASCA, Capt. Dlgg*. SATURDAY, Bept.
, 5:91) p. tn
ALLEGHANY. Capt. Foater. TUESDAY,
Bept n. 4:l p. m
TEXAS, Capt. KklrPlge, THURSDAY,
Bept. 13. 9:00 a. m.
D. It MILLER. Capt Peters, SATUR
DAY. Bept. 15. 12 tn.
ITASCA. < api Diggs, TUESDAY, Bept.
18. 1:10 p. m
ALLEGHANY. Capt. Foster, THURS
DAY. Bept. 90. 4* p m
TEXAS, i'apt. Eldrldge, SATURDAY,
Bepl 32. 5 to P rn
Abd from Raiiltnor# Tuaadays, Thura
da>* and rtaturday* at 4;uo p in.
Ticket office. 39 Hull #tre#l.
NEWCOMB COHEN. Trav. 'gent.
J J. CA ROLAN. Agent.
W P. TURNER. O r A
A D BTEHBINB. A. T. M
j. c WHITNEY. Traffic Manager.
General officea. Baltimore, Md
LIPPIMN BROS . Preprtatert,
OraggUt#. Upfiaian** Block. gAVkkWitH. 9*
Morphine and Cocaine habits ceirad pain,
leasly In 10 to 18 days. The only guarag
teed painless cure.. No cure no pay.
Addreaa. DR. J. H. HEFLIN.
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OLD NEWgPABF.RA. S for ii oaiilA at
Busineaa Office Morning New*