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A TEXAS WONDER.
Hall's Great lllimirrT.
On? amall bottle ot I tail's Great Dis
covery cure* all kidney end Madder
trouble*, remove* (ravel, rurri diabeie*.
seminal emission#. weak and lame t-aik.
rbeumallam and all lrrgul.iri<i- a of the
kldneye and bladder In both m- n and
• omen. regul.it.* blad.li r trouble* In chil
dren If nt aold by your drugs**! w* ll
be rent my mall on r reipi of II one
email bottle la :te month#' ireatnvnt.
and will cure any caa ■ above mentinmd
Dr K W Hall, eole manufacturer, I" O.
Bo* O. Si I-out*. Mo Sind for teatl
moniala Bold b> all druggist* * nd
mona Cos. Savannah. Oj.
Dr. E W Hall. St. Louis. Mo : Dear
Sir— Phase ship me three dozen Mali's
diert Discovery bv first express. I hava
and over one (mas It give# p. rfect sat-
Dfactlon. and I rec>mm*i,d It to my
customers. Tour* trulv.
ii c. oßovtas
Prop ABf 1-Monopoly Drus Store.
Ocala Fla . Dec 11 .
IN GEORGIA AND FLORIDA.
KEW9 AXD VIBWi or THE Dll 1*
fotamhaa (•linn Mill* \tm Id to
Take Ordrr*-lliK brrk for Mi
ron's V. W. C. A.—Death of € 01. M>-
natt (arrollton’* I otloa Mill,
riorltla'* • nniiiiK Klrrtloa Mr
rhanlra Thrown Oul f Work.
Hair's Answer to III* C hild W Ife’*
I'eitf lon for Annulment f Mar
Fparta Inhmaslitr: Bomt of ths paper*
of thr iata have already •nnouiicfd
thrmwlvM in favor of I’ope Hrowti an
•uccennor to <ov. Ctndlrr. Th* y <lo not
*e-m to ntani In of ih* maker*
of tha late i!.itc convent km I'oiw l not
the man nlw *latd for Governor.
Will Cirt It* fhare,
Common toner Glenn baa decided that
the Houston High School is entitled to its
pro rata share of the public school fund
An appeal nan mule by several cltlsetn
ot iKioiy county several days ‘
,ng that the school nan a MK.*tarlan In
stitution ami that tuition *** ‘
Mr. Glenn hat* rendered a decision to the
Peek Will Not Han.
Home time ago It was announced in the
papers that Hop. W. Id. I*cek of Hock
da ie county, had been nominated iflr the
populists of hi* district, for the Satiate.
He says now that he Is out of politic*
in the setiee of irlnr a fsnJklate for any
offie*. but that he |* still preaching the
doctrine of salvation to the saint*- tue
believers in Populistic principle*.
IHivr laooncy Surrender*.
live Looney, who l*ft Atlanta sonv
weeks Hgo and couhl not he found to
commence serving the sentence of twen
ty days in jail for contempt of court.
Imposed by Jisigc Lumpkin for the ofTen*
of tampering with u juror. Is back *n
and in Jail lie returned to the
city and surrendered to the Jailer. There
is another ami more serious charge
against the e*-detectlve. upon which he
wiM be tried by Judge. Candler later on.
To Hoy Cotton on Afreets.
Macon News: There Is a movement on
foot in Mnocn to form an association to
buy cotton on the streets. Heretofore
the buying has been done through the
warehouse system and the producer 1*
subjected to a great many little expendi
tures that will bv done away with on the
advent of the street buyers. It I* also
an argument of the promoter* of the idea
that colion always net* a better price to
the producer than to the warehouse man.
( heck for Macon Y. M. (’. A.
Mr. W. E. Punwody, chairman of th*
Finance Committee of the Young Men*#
Christian Association of Macon, found in
hi* mall Sunday n draft for Sl.nuO from
the (Southern Hallway, to be used toward
piying off ihe ex|cnc* of the new build
ing. This splendid contribution is the
gift of the (Southern Hailway Conrt|iany.
It was sent by Mr. H C. An* ley of Wash
ington, l>. treasurer of the company,
and it was scoured by rs|ue*t of M•
Oiwion, third vice president of (he Houfh
ern Hallway Company.
Col* I*. I?- M>natt Drnil.
Col. Pryor L. Mynatt. one of the best
known lawyers and cltisens of Atlanta,
died Sunday night at 9:30 o’clock at h>-
rfkVne. fC> Washington street, of *ctMo I
liHiigestKNi. after on Ihrie** of two week*
He was 7l year* of age. Col. Mynatt
hod he'll in turd health for over three
years, having sustained a stroke of paral
ysis, which caused his retirement from
the active practice of his profession, th*
law. Col M\nft leaves a wife and two
children. Joseph b, Mynatt a prominent
farm* r of DeKnlb county, and Miss aiict
Mynatt, to mourn his loss.
Carrollton** I niton Mill.
The new cotton mill at Carrollton, the
first cnterpri*e of the kind for Carroll- |
ton. la now about completed at the end
of a twelve-month from the time dirt was
broken for the Mime. It has 5.7G0 spin
dles, with complement of JW> looms for
converting one-half the yarn Into cloth,
and 1.4(0 twider spindle* for the produc
tion of ply yarn. This mill Is so equip
ped thii u annot In- in full operation
until a night line Is put on. It is now*
running only in daytime. The day run
will require about K 0 operadvea, and the
full number, day and night, will be 110.
The plant la said to have cost $150,000.
Houston Crop \% 111 Hr Abort.
Cotton is opening very rapidly In Hous
ton county, und owing to the
drought and extrem* hewt which has con
tinued unabated with the exception of s
f w local rain*, the haf grown bolls are
being forced open The crop w ill be very
abort—from twenty-five lo forty per cent,
off— while u few week* ago tne prospect
for a large yield war fine. Comi trillion
among ‘otton buyers at Fort Valley is
very great. There are five buyer* there
now. representing the largest exporter*.
1 rSides several local men and the price*
that have prevailed for the past week
compare favorably with thane obtained
Un Macon, •
Cat taw Mill* In Dnnht.
Columbus Enqutrer-flun Columbus cot
ton mills are In an unusual condition.
They are uncertain whether or not to buy
cotton at the present prices, and thla un
certainty has renderrd them rather
doubtful as to the bet manner In which
various pr< posit ions for their product*
should be met. The oM coiton on wh.rh
those mill* whose amply hi not been
yet exhausted are running, wm purchas
'd towards the close, of the active IK9O
- axon on a has!* < f eight cents. The
mills are now using this cotton, and are
selling their product accordingly, on the
basis of eight nt* for the raw product.
Th- mills are dally receiving proposition*
fiom the North which would b accepta
ble if their sup| ly of eight cent cotton
should continue They say. however, that
If many of these propositions were ac
cepted. It would fce hazardous, as. If the
pr.ee of cotton should go up to ten cents
or tenia n firm at nine c*nf*. their basic
ie*kon?ng wculd be en’lrely wrong, and
tmy might not only fall to make a profit,
but might lore money. It Is a fact that
one mill receiv'd >#*terday an order in
solving 73f>.(inn of In, nr,# an>l that It
wa* not aeoptid l.ctutt th* manufac
turer* thought It rather risky.
Nine hundred head of cwttle were load
'd at Tampa Friday for shipment to Cu
ba. The general indications are that manv
thousands will soon be shipped over, ss
th* demand is fairly good and the *uppl>
in every way equal fo the tvmand The
only trouble is (he luck of transportation
Wpsaklaa at Miami.
The state campaign opened actively
Monday night In Miami Hon. W. R. Jco
iling* Florida's next governor, lion. Robt
W Pavts. congressman frcan ihe district,
and lion M L \\ Hit im*. nationul Ivm
uTAtk' elector, addressed the people of
that sectkai on th* vital political isues of
the da y.
Orangr Trees l.oaded Dow*.
New Hmvrna Brerae It la said Mr. L.
E. Wilson • grove in the hammock Is
literally loaded down with oranges. Num
c t* prop# have been placed under the
tree* but man> of the limb* have been
arried to the ground by the weight of
tne fruit Quite n number of grove# In
this #*vUon are very full of fruit.
I'armrra %re Dlseouragetl.
Gainesville gun There erems to be a
feeling of discouragement amongst the
farmers in the Micanopy neighborhond.
they having experienced some severe ad
versities during the |ta*x three or four
ami th* condition of many 1* such
that h*v are seriously
moving lo other parte of the state In hope*
the change may prove a financial benefit.
A nig I.umber Order.
Tampa Tribune; The Tampa Lumber
Company ha* Just received the first in
stallment of an order of 150.0ft* feet of pine
and cypres# lumber This Is one of the
largest single order* of lumier on the lo
cal records. The company's plant is a tout
In rcadtnexwto begin active work ami will
start in on this whlpmenl, manufacturing
the lumber Into first-class sa*h floors and
blinds. Th* company is negotiating to
have a sl< Ini rack run into their plant by
ihe riant System.
*ho From %mbnb.
A young man ha* Just arrived at Myers,
from what is known as the Blockade
Pen*. nn*i say# that Tlllot Whidden was
ambusbt*! *ni shot on Friday morning w
A o'clock by unknown persons. At the
time the runner left Whidden was not
dead, lait thought to h* In h dying condi
tion. The Stockwde Pens are In He B*>to
county, about seven or eight miles above
Fort Thompson At the time he was
shot he was riding *he pasture fence,
Fhi. h he was employed to keep up.
Their In** Una Heavy.
Miller A Bweat of Tampa now estimate
their loss on the steam ways, destroyed
by fire on Friday afternoon, to be s(.V<nn
They had about JlO,lO worth of valuable
wcods which wer- <s•#troyed. In a*l<lltion
to the fine machinery of the plan* Tire
wooda InrltMled all the fine*! and le*t
known to the art of shipbuilding (’apt
Bv\..it could have finished a cabin In any
wood that ever grew which was suitable
for such work, as the accumulation really
embraced much that t'OtikJ not be found
at every shipyard Workmen are busy
bearing away the debris.
Will Ho Much V oting.
Jacksonville Metropolis: At the ap
proaching general election the Democrat*
of Florida will do more voting In one day
titan ever before. Be*lde# the offbv-r* to
be elected on that day the voter will ex
press his choice for those offlt'ers he
wants appointed by th*- governor. Here
tofore the appoint'd officer* have !een
selected upon the r-c>mm tidal ion of
county Democrat!* Kxe.vitlve Committee
or t>> the governed, without recommenda
tion, but tinder the new* primary regime
ndopted by the recent state convention,
the whole body of Democratic voters will
this year make their choice, and the gov
ernor will comply with that expression
in making the appointment*.
Many Oat of l.mploymeat,
Tampa Tribune: Seventydlva skilled
mechanic*) are out of work as a result
of the fire which destroyed the Miller A-
Sweat shipyards Friday. Many of them
lost their tools in the flames The estab
lishment employed the most skilled me
chanics in the city, and paM good wages,
from $2.50 to S3.M per day. fonaidered
merely from this atnndpoint. the destruc
tion of the shipyard* wan sarious loss
to tha city. Yesterday, n large force of
men were pu: to work clearing away th*
wreckage, and the owners assure the Tri
bune that the work of rebuilding will ,
tie pushed from the start. A nunUter if
enlargement* und Improvements wIU be
made In the various departments of the
Increase In t Ignr lln*lness.
Mora cigars were made in Tampa ti*t
week than during the correspond,ng week
of last year. For the corresponding week
of lkf>9. ISO cases of cigars were shipped
from Tampa containing M. 400 cigars l#i*t
week there were 351 cane# of cigars ship
ped which contained 1.755,0U0 cigars. This
is an increase of ISI cases over laid
year’s output, and an Increase of
cigars over (he content* of the last year #
cusaa Up to the close of buxines* on
Baturtluy evening there had leei 15.(04
cases of cigars shlpjed from Tampa for
this vear. Ttiese case* contained 77,230.-
o)i> cigars. This Is 4.(UT ease* more than
was shipped up to the same period la*t
year. It Is also an Increase of 54.225.tW0
(Igors over last year*# ahlj*ments. For
that period there were I't.THl case# ship
jH'd and these case# romalncil. altogeth
er. 5J.005.0M) cigars.
knsvver* Ills blld Wife.
The answer of Edgar O. Hale of Tampa,
to tha suit brought by hi# child-wife.
Mary McQueen Hale, for the annulment
of the marriage recently con#timm.ted b
iween them, has been filed In the Office
of the clerk of the Circuit
Court at TiuniMi. Mr. Hale and
hi* cousin. 17 years obi. were married
clandestinely, during a visit of the young
lady Tne groom announced the fact of
the marriage a few days later. The young
collide lived together In perfect happi
ness for .* week. Then the mother of the
child-bride took lier home, nnd began
*u!( against Mr. Hole for the nnnulmtnt
of the mirrlage, on the ground that li*
had Intimidated the young girl into mar
rvlng him The answer of the defendant
denies that the plaintiff hod any cause for
action It set* forth that no intiinUla
tlon had hen shown, and that thep!a|nt-
Iff. Mary McQueen Hole, was of siifncicnt
years and discretion to make n binding
marriage contract for herself It further
alleges that the mother of (he girl ha*
no righi to seek to prevent or to annul
the marriage of her daughter to Mi-
Hale And further, that the hrkle having
lived with Mr. Hale Cor some time after
marriage, without protest or objection
denies her any proper ground for alleging
an illegal or coerced marriage
For Infant* and Children. *
The Kind You Have Always Bought
THE MOKNING NEWS, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 1900.
64 Pages o( Solid Facts lor Meo Free.
JA nw edition
I famou* book.
M or. Health.” for
jy which t here he#
#L,< h-rit an enor-
H tnoua drmattd
Ir I jir# Han
nr of Chl
i * “A copy ah. Mild
h- in th? hand*
j J Nrwton Hathaway.M.D- of every man,
I l,ix?*t Elahll#hed of #* ery woman
any Special!#! In h* and ev#ry boy,”
South ha* Juat h.en
l#*ued A copy of thl* Ilf tie took will a
writ free, poatpand. In plan wrapp>r
to any on* aufferln* from law,
04 Manly vizor. Varicocele, Sdlo
lure. Speclhc Rlood I’<l4onin(
Weak Rack. Ith. uomll,m. Kidney or
I'rln.irv Compkimta, or any form of
Chronic UIM-aae. If h* i a resular reader
of thla pa|rr. Rend name and udreaa and
mention till# raper
J NKW'TOS' HATHAWAT. M. D.,
Dr Hathaway * Cos.,
ISA Bryan -treet Savannah. Oa
Ofllrr hour*: S lo IS m . t to Sand 7 lo •
p ,n Sunday, 10 a m lo 1 p m
OKNBRWSITV WELL REWARDEO.
Maa I.enda a Traveller and Ur fa
KI.I.IHHI In lleiurn.
From Ihe New York Journal.
Sioux City. la„ Auz 2*.—Wllhou* rhak
ln( a eradleful of ore. without enduiing
any o fthe revere hardrhlpa of Ihe Klon
dike or at Cape Nome, Joseph DryfttM.
a fraveltnc man who t* now taking think#
<ay at Mount Clement#, Mich., and who
make* Sioux City hi* headquarter* on
hi* travel* through lowa and Minnesota.
Is now spendlmt the CS.OOO which came
to him from an Investment of S£> In sold
hunilnir Dryfuss was sent by his house
to Ihtwson City to sell (oods. and while
on his way he fell In with a youtiK fel
low from Southern California. The lat
ter Rambled hi# money away before he
reached Chtlkoot t'aa#. and wo# up
aßalnsi 11. Dryfus# liktd him. thoußht
well of his shrewdness, and cove him
IS (o hold him up temporarily. He found
the youmr man Rrateful. but never
thoußht a second time of the prom'se of
the latter that If he mana(e.| to strike
It rich I>ryfus should be counted In on
l.ast week Dryfus# received n draft for
HT,.mi from a California' hank without
further explanation letter a letter earn#
from the younic Californian. sayltiß that
he had had a hard time at Dawson and
on the Yukon, but 'hat when he reached
Nome he had struck It rich, ami as he
would hove starved but for the t£ r > which
Dryfus# Rave him, he had counted Dry
fuss his parlper In all his undertaklnas.
anti therefore spilt even on tha proflt* of
the Nome Rold find. Twenty-five thou
sand. he hoped, would he satisfactory,
one thousand to one.
COI I.DVT THINK OF HF.tVEN.
Worshipers* Ntlnds Were an the
Seats W hlcti Held Them Fast.
From the Philadelphia Record
Rlchwood. N. J. Kept. 2 —When the
Methodist Church was reopened, after ex
tensive repairs, which Included the paint-
In* and varnlshlnß of tha seats, there was
an unusually larßa conßrcßatlon present
As the first hymn war Riven out. and the
worshiper* esrayed to rise, there came an
ominous crackling. snapptnß and rtpptnß
Many who started to their feet hastily
dropped b.iok Into their seats, ahd A pain
ed expressloo flitted over their faces
Those who Insisted upon rlstntc left sec
tion# of their Riirment* or pulled up great
patches of sticky varnish A number of
dresses were practically ruined, nnd men
wished for lonß-talle.l Coat*. In vain ihe
inslor preached The roiißreßatlon
couldn’t b<> Interested There were uro
frowns upon their faces. and their
thought* were not of heavenly thlnß*
After the brief, painful service the peo
ple roi out of the seat*, and a murmur of
dissent that threatened dire reaults arose
from them It looked for a time a# thotißh
there would lie no mor* cotißregatlons In
the church, but the contractor fixed the
seat*, and worship went on wlth-mt trou
niCH WOMAN AT f AKHW AI.K.
MHlllonalre'a Wife Dances With Men
and Is Robbed.
From the Phlholeiphta Record.
New York. Sept. 7.—Mrs. Julia Moilen
hauer. wife of J W. Mollenhatier. one of
the millionaire sugar reflnent of W'll
llamshurß. went to a negro cake-walk
last night with her colored maid. Julia
Mrs Mollenhatier not only viewed the
cakewalk, hut took (tart In the dancing
which followed, and started home at 2
o'clock this morning with some men she
had danced with.
They Induced her to go to a stable cn
the plea of getting a carriage In which
to drive her home There she was
knocked down and robled of her purse,
containing |kf>. and of diamond Jewelry
The Mollenhauer house la one of the fln
c*t residences In Brooklyn.
NEW I'tMBMiKII ASSOCIATION#
Will Include All l*o#aener TrsNr
West of Misatastppt.
tllenwocd Springs. Col., Sept. —A’-
cording t<> all reiorta the trans-continen
tal passenger association Is now an as
sured fact. The general passenger agents
who have been In session here since last
Thursday morning concluded their tahora
yeaierday afternoon, and the result* go
to the presidents nnd managers of the
reapective line# who will meet In New
York city, tbpt IS.
Ttw scope of Ihe organisation will cover
alt passenger trafllc west of the Missis
sippi river destined to California point*
The association will not become operative
until after the meeting of Ihe agent* In
ChUago In October The association will
he an tndep* ndent one. and the officer*
thereof will be . hosen at the Chicago
m etlng Oct 74 In the committee the
vote for permanent hea tquarteis Is Den
ver, 6. Ht Louis. 1.
KI.VKHNOR WAR COMMITTED.
Held on the Charge of the Murder of
Darien. Ga, Brpt. f —Tom Eh'eraon and
Bob West were given a preliminary hear
ing this morning on (he charge of mur
d ring Arthur llom It n Klverson was
commit I'd to Jail to await trjal. The evl
ornce aaalnat Klverson I* entirely cir
cumstantial The negro wa* seen going
In th. direction of the place where the
shooting took place Just before the shot
wa# tired and he was seen i omlng away
from the scene of the shooting, a short
while afterwards, having a gun with him.
The prisoner did not make a statement
The county has begun to repair Ihe ahell
road, after a long period of nejleet. *
—Senator Morgan declares that he la
In batter health now than h* has bean
for ten year# past, and Indignantly re
sent* any intimation that he Is getting
feeble, though he I* Indeed slowly loosing
weight and hi* voice Is weak He la
now "* year* old. hut hla friends nay h
will slay In Ihe Senate until he la (J. He
I* now at Warm Spring*. Va.
rikdUAH MARRIAOB LANAS.
Plata Pa Wife < aat Adrift With Three
Children by the Chnreh.
From th* New York Journal.
Montreal, Quebec. Aug. SA—Here la a
strange cave, which Is. however, but a
sample of a dozen similar ones that crop
up In the course of a year In this prov
ince. where ecclesiastical and civil courts
are mixed up In the most remarkable man
ner. In this Instance an eecleaUsllcat
c ourt ha* rendered a decision which haa
lecn received with Indignation by Protea-
Imn and Catholics alike.
Albert Delpli, a young and well-educat
ed Frenchnetn. who wa* brought from old
France by the late lieutenant governor of
Quebec, Sir Adolph Chi plea u. who ,l|>-
pointed him as his private secretary, haa
asked ihe ecclesiastical court to annul hla
marriage. Delpli Is at present private
secretary of Ihe lion Judge Jette, lieuten
ant governor of the province, and was
married seven year* ago to a pretty little
lA-year-old girl named Jeanne Cote, tha
daughter of a high official In the Montreal
post office. The father was a spiritualist,
and the young people were married In the
I'nltarlan Church by the Rev. Mr Barnes.
Three children were born to them, but
of late th* two have not got along to
gether very well, so the young man asked
ihe ecclesiastical court pf tha Catholic
Church lo annul the marriage on th#
ground that both eontractlng parties being
Catholics, the ceremony was nut per
formed t>efore rompetent authorities.
As soon a* Ihe young wife heard of Ihta
move eh* Institute.! a *uft for a divorce,
hut Ihe civil court* Pfused to entertain
her eult till they heard how the eccle
siastical court should act on the hue band's
application. Mgr. Marots. who was at ihe
head of the Catholic commission, decided
that there was sufficient ground for the
annulment of the marriage, and as the
case stand* now. the civil courts will not
meddle with It at all. The decision of Ihe
eeclralastlcal court means that Ihe young
woman And* herself an unmarried
woman. There Is an appeal lo the Dope,
however, and that appeal ha* been taken.
t HAII.H Al.l. WILL HEART*.
nagrfat fiefs Loose iu * Rtreet Car,
Captor* Keep Them.
From the New York Journal.
A buahel of hard-shelled crab* escaped
from a hag carried by two Italians In
ltleecker street ear No. 1.717. yesterday
afternoon.near the entrance lo the Brook
The crabs scented boiling water, or
thought they did. They bit Ihe string
that held Ihe bag shut. Then the oldest
crab In the lot put hi* head out and two
eiafty eye# blinked around the car.
All seemed safe. He beckoned lo hla
fellows and In a moment they were
swarming all over the floor. They made
a ''V shaped wedge rush for the door.
The women passenger* behoved as If
th* ernbs were so many mire. They
Jumped on the seal* and screamed. The
Italians made a wild scramble for their
properly snd hustled several of them
back Into Ihe bag. Of course the crabs
A man with a red nose seized slz of
the cribs rind wrapped them In a hand
kerchief. The Lallans demanded that he
*'l am a lawyer.” he said, "and I know
Ihe law. The statutes of the state define
a ciob as a wild heazt. If he ge*s awav
from you he belongs to the man who
"This applies also to Ilona, tiger*, wild
cats. elephant* and lobster* It does not
apply to oysters for the oysier. while
|irarl<-aliy a wild beast. I* regarded un
der a legal fiction as real estate.
"In no sense con a hard-shell crab he
.considered a domestic animal. Does he
come wheß you call him** No!
”I>oea he respond to gentlenee* N r * ,h
purr like a eat or wag hi# tall like a dog?
"Then these crab# belong to me ”
rollcem.in Doyle, who was appealed to
by the Dalian*, decided against them.
They gathered a# many of the crabs ns
they could capture and lef the car In a
Wl' SHOCKED AT A RTHAW RIDE.
Chlarae Minister Raw a Young Mnn
Hug n Girl.
From Ihe Philadelphia. Record.
Capa May. N. J.. Sept. 5.-Chinese Min
ister Wu and hla nephew accepted an In
vitation to a straw ride last night with
out any wrll-deflned idea as lo what It
meant. Four horse* decked with sleigh
bell* and plume* hauled a hay cart half
full of straw. The minister hod the aeat
of honor at the head of the load. A
dozen Cape May damsels, with their
heatix. crowded In. All went well for the
flret mile, and Minister Wu was delight
Then by the light of Japanese lantern#
he saw the arm of a young fellow steal
ing around the waist of one of the girl*.
In China this would he a shocking breach
of peace. The Chinese mlnlter looked
to see the girl resent Ihe advance. In
stead her white hand found that of her
sweetheart tinder the straw and held It
Wu hoped his nephew had not seen l
A minute after he saw thnt general
hugging was being Indulged In by other
memlier* of the party.
Taking the arm of hi* nephew firmly
In hi# hand Minister Wu pulled him to
the tall of the wagon and alighted.
”VV* need ezerclac and we will walk
home." he said.
And polilely saying goodnight he and
the young man went to the hotel acroes
THE NEWS AT 111 BI.IN.
Opening of the Fall Term of fhe Pub
lic Reboot#—Other Matters.
Dublin. Ga.. Sept. 4.-The fall term of
the Dublin public school# opened yester
day under very favorable auspkes. At
lh* white school#. 745 pupil* matricu
lated. By next Monday thla number will
be Increased to 750. and In a month It is
heileved that more than 400 white puplle
will have matriculated.
The opening exerciae* yesterday were
very interesting Address** were made
by President J M Mlnar of ihe Board
of Education, and Revs. J. M Lovett.
W. N Alnaworth and K. E. Neighbor
Ter. grader, arc taught in lh* #oo.lol* of
Dublin, beflde# mualc. art. elocution nnd
Rev. O, O. William* of Douglaevtlle.
has been called 10 the pastorate of the
Reihiehem Baptist Church of Condor
thi* county. It I* believed that he will
Mr J. T. Taylor ha* returned from a
visit to Montgomery county, and state*
thnt the cotton crop there |s badly dam
aged In fact, much worse than the cot
ton crop In !hl* county, where only half
a crop I* expected
STATE* CAN KILL TRIRTR.
Former Attorney General Monn.lt
on Effect of Rtate lasi.
Columbus, 0., Sept !.—Former Attorney
fleneial Monnelt In an address delivered
at the Lab r Day picnic het* yesterday.
I. I I' at# 4it Ini! n 1 stu
uttt were adequate to d*troy all trusts
■ Government official* ef tha nation*. In
agr* past, have too often sown the seed,
of dlsaolutl n by the r Indifference, brih.
ery and nrgbet until th* tumbl ng of the
masse* and the red flag of anarchy and
the wan arm* of starvatlem have risen fo
their wrath and lighted the** grievous
COTTON MARKET ADVANCES.
F4l It 111 RINI'R# I MINE IN THE FACT;
OF THE IMPKOV EMC NT.
The ration Futures Market ( lose#
Steady at a Net Advance ut N and
1A rotate—Spirits Turpentine Firm
nt .14 Cents on Snles of Over II.fHMt
I asks—Hntlns Firm nt Drellnr of
R real* on I nnd Abovr— Local and
Morning News Office. Sept 4.
The cotton market showed continued
strength to-day by an advance of 7-1!
cent on good middling and basis middling.
I At the advance the market was bulletin
ed Arm. and the demand good. Good
! middling f. o. b. was offering at 9% cent.
The entrance of outsider* In the cotton
future* market, caualitg an advance of
to 14 points during the early hours, and
light receipt# nt the ports, were factor*
in bringing a net advance of 4 and IS
point*, at which the mark** closed steady.
The government report wa# more favor
able than expected, and caused a stam
pede of profit-taking which resulted In
the Jumping of prices.
Spirit* turpentine closed firm at 74 cent*.
The price dropped on sales of over 7.0 M
casks at the Standard Oil Company, which
about cleaned up the offerings. Thl* large
purchaae came at lima to Impart consid
erable strength to the market, and at a
time when assistance was needed most.
Whether thl* will have the effect of
checking Ihe downward tendency of
prices which has prevailed for some lime
past I* not known, but It places factor*
In better position to protect the market
; Rosins dropped & cent# on I and above.
„4 which the lone was firm. Sales of a
round lot were reported for the day. The
wholesale market* were steady. The fol
lowing resume of Ihe different market*
will show the tone and quotations at the
An advance of S-1* cent In the cotton
market to-day va# posted ot the opening
rail, when the tone of the market wa*
bulletined firm The day's sale# were 77*
hale*. The receipt* were 3.574 There was
a fair demand for goo.l ml.ldling. f.o.b.
bal# of Fv cent*. The movement at the
port* for the day wa* light. .The iuturro
market closed steady at an advance ot 8
ami 15 point*.
The following were the official spot quo
tation* at the close of tha market at
th* Cotton Exchange to-day:
| Tola | Laat
i day. | year.
Good middling s’i
lw middling .....j... 5
Good ordinary j... !4<
Market Arm. sales. 77.
Savannah Receipts. Exports ami Stock#
Racsipta thl* day 7.574
IBoetp'* this day last year 6.<V>
This day year before last 527
Receipts alnee Sept. 1. 1900 9,i'2n
Same time last year 9.525
Coastwise expor's Iffl
Stork on hand thl# day 15,.U<
Same -lay last year 24.517
Receipt# and Stock* at the Ports.
Receipt# thl* day '.423
Receipt* this day last year lft.Oc*:
Receipt* this day year before last.. 5.55!
Total receipt* since Sept. 1. I#oo ... 22.1 H
Same time lost year 2.55i
Same time year before lum Holiday
Stock at oil port# to-day M.dc
Stock same day la*t year 411,5 Z
Dally Movement# at Other Port*.
Galveston— Holiday; net receipt*. 175;
grove receipt*. 875. stock. 6.855
New orlain*—Firm; ml.MHng. 9 -78 r;
net receipt*. 6*6. gross receipt-, 656. sale*.
1,750; stock, 27.157.
Mobile—Steady; middling, 9c; net re
ceipt*. 16; gross receipt*. 16; sale*. liW;
Charleston—Firm; middling. 9 l-16c: net
receipts. 4!i. grow* receipts. 496. sales, 200;
Wilmington—Firm; middling. 9c; net re
ceipts. 2.140. gross receipt*. 2,110; stock.
1 Norfolk—Steady; middling, 94c; net re
ceipt*. 536; gross receipts, 556; sale*. 166;
Baltimore—Nominal; mid King. 9\c;
New York -Steady; middling. 9Hc; sales,
130: stock. 27.490,
Heaton— Hot tdny.
Philadelphia—Firm: middling. 9V; net
| receipt* 80. gross receipts. *0: stock. 1.166.
I Dally Movement* at Interior Town*.
Augusta—Quiet and steady: middling,
j 94c; bet receipt*. 1.862; gross receipts, 1.-
862; sales. 1.108; stock. 4.940
Memphis—Steady; middling. 9 5-16 e; net
receipts, 10: grees receipts, 10; stock, 7,-
Si Louis—Steady; middling, 94c; net
receipt*. 16. gross receipts, 16; stock, 7.-
Cincinnati—(Two days)—Dull; middling,
i 9'jc; stock, 7,967.
Houston—Holiday; net receipts, 7,858;
gross receipts. 7.858; stock, 7.754.
Louisville— Firm, middling. 98c.
Export* of Cot lon Thl* Day-
New Orleana—To Great Britain. 4,300;
Norfolk—Coast wise. 243.
New York -To Great Britain 849.
Total foreign export* from nil port* this
day: To Great Britain, 5.W9, to the conti
Totnl foreign export* from all ports thus
far this week: To Great Britain, 5.215; to
the continent. 1.093.
Total foreign exports since Sept. 1. 1900:
To Great Britain. 8.249; to the continent
New York. Sept. 4.—Spot cotton closed
steady, middling upland* 9V; middling
gulf 9V Sale* 1 bale*.
Charleston. S. C.. Sept. 4 -Cotton firm,
mhklllng 9 l-16c; sales. .Hi
COTTON FI TIMER.
Market Closes (Heady at an Advance
of Hand 1.1 Points.
New York. Bept 4-A feature of the
trading In the cotton maiket to-day was
the re-entrance of the public Interest In
the market on a broad teal*, the outsid
er# taking the bull side Bears were
thrown Into a spasm of fright by an ad
vance of 6 to 14 points In active options
In ihe Liverpool ttifititei, privately report
ed to have resulted from hardening sta
tistlca. fears among shorts that a
squeeze was to be attempted and belief
that the crop out-turn would tie small
Spot sales In that market were the largest
In many w<ek*. reaching s (mu bales at an
advanre of 4d. Another factor was the
continued light movement at all point* In
the South Minor influences Included un
favorable crop reports from the central
bell and report# that southern spot mar
ket# were <*4(4c high. r. On the first call
price* Jumped up 8 to 16 |Kdnt* with the
! market Irregular and exrltcd Still later
. Ihe advance wa* Increased to a matter
of s©7 p*dnts by a spurt of general buying
led by ro>m bear*. Europe and the publl
alao bought. Throughout the day New
Oreans short* were heavy buyers In our
ntatket The bullish gyrations of the New
Orleans market added materially to the
firmness heie as did a decrease In the
Liverpool stock of 81.000 bales, shown by
The weekly government report proved
less peaslmla lc than figured upon and led
to qol e a scramble cf proflt tak ng under
which price* w nt oft a veral Fears
of another bull move In Liverpool to
morrow prevented an organized attack
upon the position of bulla, however, and
the tnnrket held Arm to the Moae. which
•as steidy at a net rise of 7 to ii points. '
FM CTI ATIOKR IN FT TYRES.
New York. Sept. 4 -Oottoei future*
opened Irregular and closed steady. Prices
|Ooen. 'High Low icioae.
jTnuary ......| 849 T.a“|"JT| BK>
February ....| 8 50a 8.49 | 8.49 9.49
March | 8.51 8.51 i 847 i 8.48
April |8 48 .... j .... |IK
Mv |9 50 86* 8.49 > 8.51
July | .... | .... | .... I 157
August i .... | .... .... j ....
September ...| 8 9(1 | 895 | 8.81 | ....
October ft & 573|860 |8 68
November ....j 851 | 8.55 j 8.49 851
tueember ...,| 8.49 | 8.51 | 8.46 | 8.57
Liverpool Kept. 4. 4 p m —Coiton, spot
fulr demand; prlees unchanged. Ameri
can middling 5 31-211 The sale* of Ihe
day were 5.0(5: bales, of which 7* were for
speculation and export and Included 6.(M>
bales American Receipts 4.015) bales, In
cluding 7,600 American
Future# opened steady and closed quiet
but steady; American middling lew mid
dling clause. September. 5.4 M. sellers;
Keptemher-Oetaber, 5.1105.13d. *c|ler#;Oc
tober-November. I S9*f4 60d. sellers. No
vember-Decemher. 4 sld. buyer#; Decem-
Iwr-January, 4 47d. buyers; January-Feh
iiiary. 4.AVI. seller#; February-March,4 43d.
seller#; Marrh-Aprll. 4 41d. buyer*; Aprll-
May. 4 4od. seller*; May-June. 4 7804 79d
New Orleans. Sept. 4.—Cotton Arm;
sale# 2.000. Cotton future* closed steady.
September .9.1308.15 February ..8.3405.96
October ...8 614*8.53 March 8 3508.37
November .8 324#*.Jl April 8 3605 17
December . 8 33*18 . May 8 4009.41
January ....8320* 73
New York. Sept. 4.—Murphy A Cos. aay:
Cotton advanced In Liverpool alnee the
closing of our market on Friday last Qd
on spot*. !2-64d near and 6-44d on far po
sitions, which was very much heller than
expected here, and hetng accompanied
with large order* to buy fall deliveries,
caused thl* i.iarkei to rule active and fev
erish about 1? points higher for near and
II point* for late months New Orleans
also sent buying orders and offer* to sell
confined to long realising Memphis re
ports condition* slightly lesn favorable.
No special advices from other points, al
though weather report* were generally
favorable. New Orleana report* the crop
of lIBW-ltaxi 9.436.416 bale*. The government
report Is expected to he extremely bullish,
nnd we think further advances before
that date probable.
New York. Sept 4.—Hubbard Bros. A
Cos. suy: The bureau report wa# consid
ered more favorable, and price* declined
upon It. The advance of Ihe Liverpool
market was due to a decrease In the stocks
found on recounting and the near posi
tions. then advanced rapidly, stimulating
our r.irliar deliveries here. The Improve
ment come ns a surprise, but on Ihe ad
vance selling orders freely supplied buy
ers and new buslnea* not appearing,
DRY GIMtDR MARKET.
No Changes Noted tu the Cbaraeter
of (hr Demand.
New York. Sep 4 —The market for dry
good* reopened after holiday, with no
change In the character of demand. There
is nothing doing for export for fhlna,
India or lied Sea ports South American
ports buying fully average quantities.
Print cloths and ginghams quiet and un
Tuesday. Sept, 4. 1400.
SPIRITS TI'RPENTINE—The turpen
tine market closed firm to-day at M cents,
with th* market fairly well cleaned up at
this price. The Standard Oil Company was
the big purchaser, taking 3.219 casks,
which were reported aold at tha opening
call The effect of these tales was to Im
part considerable strength to the eltuallon.
and will enable factors to get the down
ward tendency of the market under better
-ontrol While factors were relieved of
. onstderable stuff. It wa* not understood
that all the day's receipts were taken The
receipts were 2.398. sales 3.279 ami the ex
ROSINS—The rosin market went off 5
cent# to-day on 1 and above, at which the
market was firm. There was a fair de
mand for rosins, but It wa# not such as
to Impart r. great deal of atrength to the
market. The current Impression was that
the weakness shown by the decline wa#
temporary, nnd would be followed by a re
action. The receipts were 9,567. sales 839
at the opening call, and 7 93b at th* dos
ing call, when the decline* were posted
The following were the quotations:
A. B. C 81 35 I 71 60
D 1 71 K 1 55
E 1 k> M 1 1 60
F 1 45 N 1 80
g isn wa 200
Ii: 1 50 W W 235
C. R R 314 2,114
8.. F. and W 1.267 4.375
F C. A P and O. A A 731 3.018
Steamer Day M .....
-8 S Alleghany. Baltimore 3.455
8. R. Alleghany, Philadelphia ... 155
Tallahassee. New York 15 651
City of Augusta. N. Y 683
Naval Stores Statement-
Stock April 1. 1900 2.197 143,406
Receipts to-day 2 398 9„V7
Receipts previously 360.634 423,2*0
Total since April 1 205.219 674.993
Exports to-day 15 4.944
Egports previously 1*3.631 450.952
Export# since April 1 163.646 455,896
Stork on hand to-day 41.573 119.397
Stock on hand same days last
year 36.136 137.778
Churlenton. 8. C., Sept 4 —Turpentine,
nothing doing Rosin steady. B. C. D .
♦1.30; sales. 250 barrels.
Wilmington. N. C„ Sept, t -Spirits tur
pentine dull, nothing doing; receipt# ltl.
Ros'n unchanged, receipt# 435
Crude turpentine dull, 71 30 and 72.30; re
Tar quiet. 31 40. re'-elpta KS.
New Orleans, Sept. 4 Receipt*: Rosin
400 barrels; turpentine. 65; exports none.
MONEY—The demand keep* fairly up
with the supply
FOREIGN EXCHANGE—Market 1#
steady. Commercial demand. 74 B*4.
sixty day*. 31 83t,; ninety day*. 34 stv
franca. Parts and Havre, sixty day#
5.194 Pwls*. sixty d*yn. 5.30. marks!
#li v dav*. 94 7-16.
DOMESTIC EXCHANGE - Steady;
hank* are buying at 4 discount and *otL
Ing as follows: 325 and under. 10c pre
mium: 725 to ISO. 15c premium. 750 to 3100
20c premium. IWO to 1300. 25c premium; EOi
and over par. Cheek* must average ' J9>o
to go the par rate.
SECI'RITIKS—Jhe market Is very Inac
tive. scarcely anything doing Quotation!
are rath< r nominal
Augusta and Savannah R. R ijgt
Atlanta and Weal Point .1.1*4 la l
do g per cent certiorates mg
Augusta Factory ’ K jg
Chatham Bank ng
Clinthnm R E. A I do. A...’." Mu mu.
do do B gg'
Eagle and Phoenix Mf*. Cos . liog 1
Edison Electric Ilium '"sag .
Enterprise Mf*. Cos 11. *
Germania Bank 1111 "*i
Georgia A Alabama „
Georgia Railroad, common...."lag
Granltsvili* Mf* Cos , 5?
j r Km* Mf*. co is
L*n*ley Mf* Cos m }
Merchant* National Rank ...llllu)* no
Notional Rank of Savannah 140 tvt
Oglethorpe Having* and Trust!.l.l no
People * flavin* and I.o*n £
Snuthneatern Rallrood Cos. ... u*
Savannah Qaa Uht Cos U £
Southern Bank 153 155
Savannah Bank and Trust 114 j|g
Sibley Mfg Cos.. Augusta *5 ,
Savannah Brewing 95 im
Char.. Col. A Aug let 4*. 1900 ...io* ug
Atlanta city 4*. 1923 lot t
Augusta city is. 107 MS trj
do 4V9*. 1935 U 0 U 1
do 7*. 1901 105 lag
do 6s. 1913 U 9 ui
Ala. Mid ss, tnd'd. 1928 M AN. 97 99
Augusta Factory. ' ptr oral.. 19U.109 114
Brunswick and Western 6a. 1938 .. ID q
C. K. R- A Ranking collateral s*. 93 4)
C of O Ut ss. 10-year gold. 1945
F A A 117 111
C of G coo sa. 1945. M. A N. ... ~,
C. of Ga Ist Income# 1945 44 4-,
do 2d Income*. 1945 U n
do kl Income*. 1915 g j
C. of a. (51. O A A. Dlv ) 6a.
1967. J. A J 93 <H
C. of G. (Eaton Branch), to. 1996.
J A D 94 95
Clly A Suburban R. R. Ist 7... H* yj.,
Columbus city. to. 1169 ... to* 107
Charleston city 4, 1945 .*....101 )03
1-togl A l'hen.x Mill# 6s. 1928 lid m
Edison Eleotric Illuminating 65..101 ?os
Enterprise Mfg to. 1903 101 po
Georgia Railroad 6a. 1910 114 us 4
O. 8. A F. 1945. J. A J 109 no
Georgia A Alabama Ut to. 1945 ..KM pt
Georgia state 34a. 14(0. J. A J. .104 107
do 34a 1915. MAN IM log
do 4. 1915 117 118
Macon City to. 1910, J A J 116 U
do 44. 1996. Jan. par 10? i
Ocean Steamship to. 1926 101 m
Savannah city s*. quar. October
1913 ltl 113
do sa. quar Nov . 1909 U| U 2
South Carolina state 44*. 1987 ..116 ]]B
Sibley Mfg °o 6*. 1903 101 103
South Round to 9>i 10,
8.. F. A W. gen. mt'ge. to. 104..1S Ut
do do Ist to. gold. 1934 1104 nyu
do St. John Dlv. Ut 4a. 1984 ... 94 96
New York. Sept. 4 —Money on rail
steady, IQiSl'a Pr rent Prime mercantile
4>aper. 6064 per cent. Sterling exchange
easy with actual business In bankers' bills
at 31 87404.874 for demand, and at 34 4
for slztv days. I'oated rate*. 74 Br> and
71 B*4. Commercial bills. 74 834*14 818, Rr
silver 0c Stiver'certificate#. 6l 4 *us:v,
Mexican dollar*. t*\o.
Governmsnt hond# Arm S ate bonds In
active. Railroad bends firm.
STOCKS AND BONDR.
Raaar Jumps on the Eve of a Divi
New York. Sept. 4.—Th* fever tn Amer
ican Sugar Reflnlng stock, which ho# been
undergoing a proeewa of careful nursing
for several weeks past, broke Into a crisis
to-day, as Is not unusual on the eve of
dividend action on this stork. For sev
eral weeks there wa# extensive buying
of sugar stock, but the manipulation to
advance the price which accompanied
the buying aroused the suspicions of the
sapient profeoalonale who turned hear#.
To-day there was a rumor that the dtrec.
tor* had determined to put th* atock
dn an annual dividend basis of 8 per cent.
by declaring n quarterly dividend of 2
per cent, to-day. and the bear# ran the
stock up 64 point# wMh rhelr eager de
mand* for l.onn. l.fiOO. and 2.000 share lo:s.
The price eagged off a point, but stiffened
again to about the best at the close
This buoyant rise In Sugar helped some
of tha other specialties which had been
under pressure In the morning, the early
decline* In Brooklyn Rapid Transit. s!*n
hattan and Metropolitan being mors th.ia
recovered. People's Ga* also, avhieh earn-#
next to Sugar in point of activity, recov
ered a point of It* 24 point break, hut
fell awav again In the final dealing# The
war of gas rates in Chicago accounted for
Its weakness. American Steel and Wlra
also got back to the top at 14* over Fri
day's price after |t# early movement htd
apparently proved abortive. Th* steel
group as a whole, failed to resfnnd and In
Tennessee Coal and National Steel there
•a* not a single sale during the .lay The
same was true of Rock Island, and th..
railroad list a* a whole continued much
neglected There was #otn* firmness here,
nnd there tn the railroad llat. notably in
the Southwestern and Southeastern
groups. There wa* no indication, however,
of any general awakening from th* re
cently prevailing speculative apathy, and
the new# of the day found no reflection
In the stock market.
Bonds were not active, but were sltght
I’nlted States s's registered advanced
44 in the hid pt
Total sole# of stocks to-day were 267 -
900 shares, including the following
I nlon Pacific, 6.150; American Steel and
Wire, 5.7*0; Brooklyn Rapid Transit 13.-
685; People a Gas, 43.156; Sugar. 83.975.
-\mw York Stock Upt.
Atchison #'ll'. Pnc. n<dlv., R7*j
, pr *T f *•*•••* do pref ex-41 v. 7*
Ball A Ohio .. JJ-i Wahash 7
can. Pbc ©V do pref IS
r>n - So W A u. E. ... s*
Chaa. A Ohio .. % <to 7.1 pref .... 23'j
Chi. Qt W. .. IfPi Wl* c . Can U>y
rhl.. B A Q...un,,Thln Avrtiua ..HOW
Chi . I A L. .. 3', Adam* Ex lil
d° Pfaf 67 .American 164
Chi. A E. I. .. 96>* t’nlted State* .43
Chi A Nw Itati, Walla Far*o ...IS
C.. R. I. A P 10% Am Cot. Oil .SS
C. C. C A Si. | do pref St*j
Lou** WH Am. Malting ... 4%
Col. Sou. 6 | do praf 21
do Ist pref .. 41 Am 8 A R S4i,
| *o 3d pref .... 1* | do praf (O*.
Dal A Hud. ..Ill*, Am. Spirit* .... I**
D. L,. A W... 171 ] ,}o praf- 17
p. A R. G. ....I# jAm. Slaal Hoop -* l '
do praf S? jdo pref ... *<’s
Hrt* 11 |Am. Steel A W. *'i
do Ist praf .... do pref 75*.
Ot. S' pref .... 153 Am Tin Plate . a l *
Hoe kina Coal .15 do pref kcV,
Hocking V 34 Am. Tobacco *
IHlnol* Can 11*4,1 do praf 13't
low* Can lie, An.i Min Cos *l.
do pref ........ 43 jUrook. R T... 54V
la- E A W. ... If Col. F. A 1.... 55%
do praf 8S jCont. Tob 3*%
\ laika Shore ....Silk do pref 74 ! *
te * N Tl * Federal Steel ..34**
Manhattan 1,. . 9H, ,j<> pr ,f
Met. St. Ry. .154 Oen. Elec 1-
Mex. Can. .... U% ! (4iiiirwe Stiasr .. Sl>4
M A 81. L. .. 55 i dl pref 5*
do praf M l .. Intern. Paper .. 23
Missouri Pac. .. SOI* <!,, pref •*
Mobile A Ohio.. *7 UsClede Oa* 73
M.. K. A T. .. M|Nntl. Blacult ...33
do pref ©%! do pref
1*- C 134 Natl. Laud !*'•
77■ Y. C 1304s do praf w
M * W 34V Natl Steal 37
do pref ........ 74V! do pref H
North. Pac. .. K>VN. Y. A. B IS*
do Vf** 71 North Am
• mt. a wrat. .. Il'itPaclßc Coa*t ..55
Ora. Ry. A N.. 42 | do lit praf *7
do praf 7 j do Id pref .... **
Pennsylvania ..UsV'Paclftc M.tll ....31
Heading IST, People'* Gas i
do 111 pref .... 57 .Pres*.d 9. Car ®
do 2d pref ... 2*%; do p*ef 71
Rio O. W U ip.til. pal. Car iW
*l® praf SH 19. R. A T 9 *’'
81. V. A g. F.. IVltivt Ks
do lit praf .... *7 ; do |iraf "7
do 2d pref 3344 Trim. ' k I. . : •
St. I*., , 4!** '.T. .-4, l/c-.ther '•'*%
do praf * j., pr- f .'<*
Bt. Paul 113% it. s Rubber >\
do praf tfl I ,|o pref **>
t p * O 11l Western Pnlon . 74%
Sou Pac SJt, K |. A S I* 7 *
Sou Ry U'i .to H'ef s*’
do praf 53V,P C. C A Bt.
Tax A Pac. .. MV LoUla M
U. 8. ref. 2a.ras.lkS | do 4 W*
do coup IIM A O. 4*. ex
do la. was 10 Inti reat M ‘*
3o fa coup ...10* IN. Y C let* l** 7 ’
do naw 4*.res 133% N. J. C. fen 5t 122 s *
do naw 4e.cou.t3S% Nor. Pac. S* -• •*
do o’d 4*. res do ♦ I M ‘‘
ex-lnt 111% N Y. C. A S' U
do old 4*. cou . 114%! 4* W 7
do sa. re* 1134ijN. A W con. 4* *7%
do fa. cou lll4*|Ora. Nay. let*...l'd
D of C. S m..m | do 4* W*
Atcb. son. 4s jOra. 8. U 5,...Ui