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A TI-XAS WONDER.
Hall's (irrsl l)iwnrrr.
On* small bottle of Hall's Orest Dis
covery cures all kldne> ami bladder
troubles, removes (ravel, cur*. diabHea.
sotnlnal emissions. w.ak ami lame t acks,
rheumatism and all lrr gularlsF* of the
kidneys and bladder In botb ">< and
women, regulates bladder troubles In chil
dren If not sold by >< ur drumttet w,U
he sent my mull on receipt of *■ f,n *
email bottle Is tW" months' treatment,
and will cure any cas>- atiove me
Dr E W Hall, sole manufacturer, r o
Bo* 6J9. B*. Louie. Mo Send for
menials Bold by all diugglsts a n< * ®°*°"
motie Cos.. Savannah. Ga.
Dr F. W Hall. St. Louis. Mo : Dear
Sir— Please ship me three doaen Hall’*
a eat Discovery bv first express. I hsv#
sold over one gross It give* pi rfect sat
isfaction and I recommend It to my
cuatomers. Yours truly,
H C. OROVBS.
Prop Anti-Monopoly Drug Store.
Ocala. Fla . Dec. 11 •
IN GEORGIA AND FLORIDA.
NEWS AMI VIEWS OF THE DAY 11
(assets to Have a llsnk-l.rlss* to
Speak In the North—How Col. Mark
Hardin Was Swindled—t otr llu>-
era Left Oat of Jury Bus—Pelham's
Colton Mill Working tor the
Florida Capital—Negro Preacher
Hilled—other Florida News.
Mr J. A Sapp, postmaster at Cunntok.
on the Southern Ha!.road, who has been
111 for tome lime, died at his home Tues
itoekmnrt to Have a Bank.
Rock mart Is to have a bank The or
ganisation took place Tuesday. Hoke
Smith of Atlanta was elected president;
James Heaton of Itoekmart, vice provi
dent. and Hud Stark of t'onycra. Ga..
cashier. The capital la MO.KU.
Hank for < uaaela.
w B Wlthsm of Atlanta, ha* altered to
furnish one-half the money necessary to
start a hank In Ouaseta, and Dr. E M
Oordy of Cusaeta. has started out to raise
the amount When the money for the
hank Is r a bus I It Is hoi*-d to form u tom
pany for a cotton mill, in which. It I*
trusted. Mr. Wltham will also interest
Town* lo V Isit (ifitriiii.
President K.tgwr lattham of th* Young
Mart * Dtmo' rutlr Upmu* of Atlanta ha<-
received ■ letter from *x-Uov. Town* of
Mliwraaia, saying that he would visit
A[Hni.i sitin' time next month and dc
liver an addresa. Ill* speech will be un
der the auspice* of the Yuunr Men's Ilew
oeratio l/egue, In hie letter et-Oov
Tornii' say* that he expect* to ilevote
hie tlnte till* month to speech making Mi
Pleased With Their Trip.
Albany Jlerald: The Alloany riflemen
feel very much encouraged by their suc-
era at Savannah. Not only dl<l they
bring Mom* a team prlie pnd ahoar the
highest Individual s ore made on the
range dur.rtg the company mutch. but they
gained a lot of valuatde experience which
will be worth a great deal to them In
the future. They report that they were
ho*pltably treated by the Stavannah mil
itary men. who did everything possible
to make their visit p.*aa*nt and proflta
hle Nowhere el*e In the South could
sueh a tournament have been held, and
Savannah la entitled to the thanks of the
entire state mli.tla.
Orlm In Make apeeehes.
Congressman J. M. Griggs will leave
I>aw*on to-morrow for Maryland. He ha*
been asked by the National Democratic
Committee lo make rampatgn speeches In
this state nrd also In \V<-*t Virginia. His
Brat engagement Is at itheepshe.od Bay.
a here Senator Wellington of Maryland,
all) also speak on the same dale Judge
(Higgs' ability as an orator of humor.
Ingle and brilliance Is recognized by the
National Democratic Committer, as is
evidenced by the Invitation to speik In
the aforementioned states, both of which
are regarded as somewhat doubtful. c-vri
gi**-man tlrlggs' constituent* are Just
ly proud of the rre-ord which Ihelr re(v
resent a live has msk during hla term
HIM* Cnnaty's Tas Rate.
Bibb county's commissioner* have
fixed the lax rate for the county at k 30,
which, added to the state's rate of s*l,
make* fl TT on the hundred dollar*, or
Sl3 TO on the thousand This Is the same,
rule as obtained last year. Three dollar*
and four cent* of this rate Is used for
the publle school fund, which I* the
county's heaviest single Item of expense
The county's rate of 9.5 c I* equivalent to
an Increase of I* cents on a thousand
dollars, as the state reduced Its rate Ik
cent* this year And this Increase, to
gether with the Increased valuation In the
county, means an Increased revenue of
about IS.ntn for the county The expenses
of the revuntry are Increasing each year
by reason of the Increased demands.
■'rllmni'B Mill tlmost Heady.
Aiwrlrw Tlmtw-Recordcr: Mr J H
Steven* of AMMlcu* twtn Jus: rflnrnwl
here from Pelham where ho was employ,
oil U|ai the eph-ndlJ MttM mill Jusl
■ omfli ti I there TtM Plant it*: MM IMI
i|r>tl thousand dollars In round figures,
nnd If thoroughljrTqutpprd with the lat
est an<l moot improved machinery Every
thing lit being put In readiness for a atari,
anal In a abort time nw tlt If model mill
will bo convening Into halra of cotton
Itoorle the raw cotton that grow* lm>*i
at lta door*. Hcstdes giving employment
to a hundred or two hundred operator*
and thus hcnettttlng the city. It creator
m better market for cotton ami thus ma
terially assist the farmer* In paying them
more than heretofore. Thus tin llttio
town of Pelham set* n line example for
Amerlcua. Will phe follow It?
viral! I'.lHrltrr Shot,
liberty County Herald While Mr Vir
gil Klarbee of Onebtn wan en route from
Savannah one day last week he stopisil
on the Ogeachaa road just outride the
city to talk with a friend, and while
standing there, was shot by some utuM-eii
and, up to the preedit, unknown party.
The bullet hit his face near the left eat
grating the aide deeply and left the face
at upper lip just under the nose and
made quit* a painful though not necessa
rily dangerous wound. Thyre Is, we hear,
absolutely no clue to the person who com
mitted the deed, and It Is believed nnd
hoped that It was a ftray shot from pome
hunter's gun who had no kies or desire
to harm Mr. Klarbee. Mr. Klarbee l* one
of our best etttsene and hi* many friends
Join the lierakl In wishing him a speedy
and thorough recovery from hla painful
Vale lluyers Pnulslted,
There has been considerable comment
In I-ee eounty upon the recent action of
the beard of Jury commissioner* by which
many names, among whom art the names
of many prominent citterns of the coun
ty. are stricken from the list of qualified
Jurors of the county. The commissioners
ere very reticent regarding Ihelr action,
but the fact has become known that the
principal r*ason for such summary action
was that these parties, or a majority of
them, had yogaged In the nefarious prac->
tlce of buying and celling votes at recent
primary l*ctlotie. It being the o|>lnlon of
the board that the vendee wa equally
censurable with the vendor, and that any
one so guilty should la- disqualified from
sitting up n the Jury. The Hoard of c*an
mlsvloneis Is helng strongly censured by
some, while many others are equally as
emphatic In their commendation Whether
or not any further ste|o will be taken In
the matter It la irapoadble to say.
See ladled by n sharper.
Marietta Journal: We learn that Hon.
Mark Hardin of this county was badly
victimised by a New York sharper wh
bought his entire peach crop A Is well
known Col. Harelip bought the Cunning
ham Klberta loach orchard at Vlnlngs.
one of the largest and best orchards In
this section The past season was hta
first crop since he l*eeme owner of the
property. When th** Elberias t***gan to
ripen and blush on the trees an un
blushing New Yorker came upon the
scene to buy. He made a guaranteed of
fer of is* cents i* r crate, and furnish all
the crate* This looked tempting as a
'lead sure profit and the Colonel accept
ed the offer and a written contract waa
signed Hand were placed In the or
• hard and the peaches w* re ehlpptsl as
fast as gathered. At the end of the
season. In summing up results, nine car
loads. consisting of lO.BW crates, had been
gathered, shipped snd sold by the New
Yorker. Col Hardin tried to get a set
tlement. but was put off with promises,
md the New Yorker went back to bis
home without paying him a cent. Col.
Hardin's son went to New York te try
and get the amount due. lug the un
scrupulous swindler laughed In hts face
and told him to sue him for his money,
and Mr. Hsrdln returned hqpie empty
handed. The buyer Is only rated by
Hr.dstreet at about H.tvm and the
hances are that Col Hardin will lose
the entire amount, something over 17. W
Tmp Times. Editor Guy I. Metralf
of the Indian River Bun. Is here raising
lutwls for the Democratic National Com
mittee. und Is meeiing m.wt liberal treat
ment nt the hands of the Democrats of
Heals rushing Her (Taint.
That Ocala may be fully abreast of the
times on capital removal, th-* .City Coun
cil has passed an ordinance binding the
city (or *35,009 for the heneflt of said
bul.dlng in < nee Ocala Is selected as the
Site, of the new building I'artles stand
i- i.|\ to take .the bonds at their (M
value, and parties stand ready to <l*d
four very eligible sites for the said build
ing The Finance Committee will send
off to the proper officers at once the 11,000
to (rut Ocala In the primary race.
g. Aaitneflne (he First In Pay.
Gainesville Sun The St. Augustine.
Capital Removal Committee has sent to
Treasurer Htockton of the State Execu
tive Committee tl.tvn. the assessment made
against candldifes for the state capital.
This la the first city o put up and for
mally enter the race. This action Is
mosi ivimmendvble. and Indicates beyond
question that the clttgens of fit Augus
tine are public spirited and enterprl.-ing.
Thetr example should be emulated by the
c|n*< iw of Gainesville
Hanning an Knit Time.
Phosphate plants around Bone Valley
are running on full lime- Thirty-six car
of roek on fate trnln pulled out on Friday ,
The Prairie Pebbel plant ha* been com
pleted. and l* one of the flnest of Its kind
In the worl<l. leing operated throughout
by alactrtdlty. It Is a great attraction to
visitors The Klnttsford. Band pc I*tiler and
Prairie Pebble mines are running day and
night crews, and the demand for rock of
the pebble kind Is very heavy. The Plant
System Is erecting a fine depot at Mule
Not on the Programme.
One of the feature* of the flreworks dis
play at Do Soto Park. Tampa, on Monday
evening was not on the programme The
display was being made in the bay from
it boat, upon which all the explosives were
loaded. A few preliminary shot* were
tired to attract the attention of the
crowd. Then the orcupauts of the boat
turned loose one of the modern rocket*
that soar so gracefully across the sky and
leave a train of bright Are In their wake
Bpark* fell Into the boat and *et fire, to
the entire slo-k of explosives. There wa*
not room enough for this spitting and
sputtering mass, and the men In the Isnt
took to the water and waded ashore. This
part of the flreworks display did not last
long, bul II was effective.
Killed a Irani Preacher.
On the line of railroad of the Fast Coast
Humber Company. In Baker .Utility . Tues
day morning. Engineer Oscar luywllng of
that road ‘shot and killed a negro preacher
mimed Johnson. In self-defense. It seems
that Johnson, although a preacher, was
a dangerous character He had it wood
rack. and abueed Mr Dowling for not
patrolling hi* special rack, nnd made
some threat*. At the end of his run Mr
iN.wlltig armed lltmvlf with a Winches
ter. and as he loiv4l up lo the place
where 4 the negro abused him the trip be
fore. he beheld him with a gun In his
hand ready lo carry his threat Into exe
cution. whereupon Mr. Dowling shot him
with his Winchester, killing him at the
second shot, the negro making n effort
to shoot Mr Itowllng There were sev
eral ivrsnns In the cab at the time of the
tragedy, who attest to these fa. Vs.
Drive the Indians 11*1,
Orlando ftinr: Word has been teeelved
in Orlando this week through a rellaole
source. I hot there Is a band of Indian*
encamped down In the Ox Creek section.
IN ORDER TO BE CURED
Whai Must Vou Do? You Cannot Core Yourself, and
Nature Will Not Cure Vou.
m, , ft Are Voa the Man |o W hom This If Written? It so. Vou WIU
SH fpfa. r Know n to iiu
h In order for you to be cured. It Is not only necessary
- that the doctor who treats you should know nboslutely
tsj -i-Swfcj the disease w hich uffrir* you. bul Just how far that dl-
V. ijit •“*•■ and all Its complications haw undermined what Is
J called your general health,
Can you tell, from youi feelings, what vital org ■:> f
? your body your disease 1 now attacking ? You feel ul
that your nerves are unstrung that your brain
ijr \ v does not grasp thin*- as It should, thie your Kidney* are
'• out at older, that your heart does not beat regularly you
J.Newton Hathaway.M.t) know that o Ibtle cut or scratch on your skin doe* not
heal readily, that your appetite is flekle. that your bowel* are Irregular, that
there Is lameness and stiffness about your muscles ami joints, that there are
•hooting pains In different parts of your body, that your feet ami Joint* swell,
that your night* are disturbed by unnatural dreams, that you are startled by
common sounds, that you get dlsxy and s.-e floating before your eyes.
Every one of these symptoms mean* the serious progress of your disease.
You don't want to experiment, you want to be cured. You want to be rid of every
distressing symptom; you want to feel that tdgor and enthusiasm which goes
with true healthy manhood: you want to be able to work and to enjoy.
I have treated cases like yours for SO yenrs; 1 know what your symptoms
mean, and 1 know that tf you have not delayed too long. I can make you n
sound well, vigorous man. lilted for Ihe place m the world which nature Intendrd
for you. Other doctor* semi me their "hopeless" cases knowing that I never fall
In any case which 1 undertake. I make a specialty of casea like yours—chronic
diseases which ha flic the skill of other !'tTT!c|an*
let me know üboul your case In fullest detail Come to my office If you can;
If you cannot, write to me. In less you take a course of treatment. I# will cost
you nothing for my serene*—consultation and advice ore free. Possibly you need
no medicine; If not. 1 will tell you so and tell you what to do and you need pay
me nothing, possibly also, 1 cannot help you—lf not, 1 will tell you so frankly
and without fee.
At most my charge will he merely a nominal one. which will be no financial
burden lo you.
I have Just published anew million of my new 81-p page book. ''Manliness,
Vigor. Health." n copy of which I will be glad to send you free, postpaid. If you
will send me your name and address
You ran Judge much belter what I can do for you. and so can I. after we
have had an Interview or corresponded with each other
J. NEWTON HATHAWAY. M. D. oflw Hou "- • •;* * m
Or. Hathaway A t 0.. to i p. m . and 7 p m to *p. m. Sundays.
MA Bryan street, Savannah, Ox. JO a. ra to 1 p m.
THEMORNING NEWS. SATURDAY. SEPTEMBERS. 1900.
'ami that ihe Indians, about (hlrty In num
ber. are sUugrUering numerous deer The
,x,r. **■*• of ten deer were seen hanging
on the trees at the ramp, and the Indiana
have been killing a' number of deer . ver>
day during the summer. It vlll he re
member.*! thal the law prohibits kill
ing deer out of the season, and the *■••-
son Is from Ort. 1 t Eel* 1. The Or-
Dndo hunters regard this invasion of Ilk*
white man's deer reserve not only an
Injury, but a violation of the seate law
Bore:, of deer are being slaughtered out
of seasJb by Ihe Indians, while the while
men are complying with the law The
Indiana several >eara ago killed about
four hundred deer In that aecilon mid
till* summer #ney are doing their be.-t
to kill out the deer. They shouM he
driven tank to the government reserve
A glory About Ghosts.
Orlando Star: A vacant old house near
lama wood In thta county le regar.led bv
the u|*ertltlu* whites-and blacks of
that community as (he hntn*- of gh-*s *
Those people say the house Is haunted
and they tell nlsvut some queer thing*
which happen there. The tv*.use la close* I.
the door -and windows locked At cer
tain hours on ceruln dark. roinv nights,
'he ghosts beg n their revelry, so the
superstitious folks say. and the weird
scenes and unearthly nolsca are add to
l*e sufficient to make* strong men qu ike
and weak women more nervous The
windows open. lighted * candle appears
on the window sill for a moment and van-
Hues, snd ihe windows slam to with t
loud noise The doors seem to be forced
open and a llghe glares through them for
a moment when they shut to with a bang
Inside the house are heard shrieks ns
of men and women dying In great agon.
Such are the tales being fold about this
house, a tel while nobody seems to know
what Is the cause of these queer sights
and strings noises, some people In the
rerrmviinity do not give credence to them
Anyhow, the house |s vacant and if nnv
laxly wants to know whether or not It
is haunted, he ran find out by spending
n night In it all alone.
NKI Kit gWfIKE* I 111 IRirTTEt.
H liat Fltralnininna gays Ahouf (let
ting and llrepiag strong.
From the New York Journal.
Sir Kltxslmmons Is the oldest aa well
s the greatest fighting man on earth at
present His |fb>fe>edon we cannot ad
mire, although he Is only lining for n
smaller reward what Duguesclln did In
the old days when France needed saving
lie is whipping every man In sight.
At an age when other lighters have lost
their voices telling of the past, he Is still
ready and able Ills muscle* and hraln
work together with precision In his
blows reside the lire of youth and the an
noying precision of the old professional
a rare combination.
Ask Mr Fltxstmmons why he la great
in Spite of years. His heavy hand pen
sively rubs th* freckles of his br**w, con
cealing that brow, but leaving visible
two small, liter* Ing blue eyes nod a face
which |s bright ar>*l rosy wherever the
Ireckles give It a chance. With an Inter
esting accent he says:
It's Just living right You don't have
to get old early If you don't want to.
Fighters are tisusily pasl their prime at
2a. and old men at Tt'*. So foolish people
think that physical condition cannot out
last those few veare.
It's no: time. It's foolishness that make;
Drink, late hours, cigarettes In youth
and the idea some men have thgt the
“way to have fun to ruin yotir health—
those things make young men old.
I live quietly, sleep regularly, drink
m*slerately, a little ale or beer, never
I would os soon learn to crochet as to
•moke a cigarette. In fact. I'd rather
crochet If a man criticised me for doing
that I could give him some kind of an
arewer. or nt least give him a punch
for criticising Him If he caught me
smoking a cigarette I'd have to confess
tlvwt I had g*me wrong.
I keep young her a nee I live the way we
were tn’ended to live.
Millions of men and boys who < ten not be
reached by the pious psrson. the earnest
editor or the weeping woman will listen
eagerly to Fttzxlmmon* and believe him
Itoy* especially will listen lo hi* earnest
denunciation of cigarette* A pale-faced,
narrow -chested editor, an anaemic, soulful
clergyman find a good woman with deli
cate soul and body may all say at once:
‘‘little boy, you should not smoke cigar
ettes. If you want to he a hlg. strong
man. you must not smoke cigarettes.'
The little hoy will look at the parson, the
editor nnd the lady and laugh derisively.
He will say: "You don't smoke cigar
ette* nnd you are not much to look at.
I don't want to grow up to tie like any
of you. so I guess I'll smoke."
Bill let Fitzsimmons say:
"Ulle boy, my name Is Fitzsimmons."
"I licked Corbett.
"1 llcke.l Ituhlln.
"I licked Sharkey.
"I licked so many that If* all my wife
con do to remember Ihelr name*
"1 licked over a hundred with hare fists
In Australia "
There you have your little hoy. with his
eyes bursting oui of his head and hi*
brain ready to take for gospel truth and
forever remember whatever may come
nexi Then lei Fitzsimmons say:
"Utile hoy, never mind what anybody
else tell* you. you listen to me I te,| y,„,
. tgnrettes are poison If you smoke them
your muscles can't grow If you smoke
cigarettes It's ten to one you will go
through life and never lick anybody "
N* boy will disregard a Ihre-it of that
kind The hnv who would shiver with
shame at admitting that he let clgnreii.s
alone to pleose hi* mother would be proud
"I don't smoke cigarettes, and neither
does Kttxslmmon*. I took his advice
about It." 1
Many grown men. as well a* hovw, will
tie Impressed by Fllzslmmon's advice.
'*l ■ '.si ■* *■* A aVw* ~, *3|D~TVI jU 8 ’ti‘|_Rrmi,i 1111 ■ 3 j— Art t “ . r <., ■ EFI '}
L.*j pi 1 There uonlvONF. POND S EXTRACT and everybody knows it* purity. §j*l
H KM strength snd great medians! value Don’t take the weak, wsterv t*B ptU
Ed Witch Haiti prepareboni re prevented to be "the tame st" PONDS M3 |
I Y F-XTRACT. They generally contain " wood alcohol." whkh irrltitct !
bet POND'S EXTRACT, sold enly In staled bottles la buff wrappers. j|J > .*1
REVIEW OF THE MARKFTS.
GENEH (I. ( ONIHTION OF TRADE
111 MING THE I’ IST WEF.H.
Advances Scored la geveral Dines.
Hut All Ihe Galas Were Not Main
tained—Yarprnllne Firm nl .11'
tenia, Wlf h a strong demand anil
Good outlook for Reiter Prices.
Hoelna gleady and I aebanged.
(.oral and Telegraphle Markets.
Morning News allies. Kept 7
The we. k closing to-day has witnessed
Improve m* nt** In the markets, and par
ticularly the cotton anti naval stores mar
kets. I'ntll to-day turpentine had been
dropping off at a steady rate, due to con
tinued liberal receipts and a scanty de
mand. By an Increase In the demand,
which apparently brought all buyers Into
the market, the downward tendency was
not only check'd, but prices started In
Ihe other direction. The opening to-day
waa MtiTiVsC. the closing 31 Qc. and after
the < losing |t waa currently reported that
35 cents was being bid and paid. With an
other rush of "all hands." such as that
to-day. It seema possible the price of tur
pentine may advance by leaps.
During the past few days the cotton
market has teen * haracterlkfd by an ad
vancing tendency. Bharp advances were
scored on Iwo days In success on. A stone
wall was struck to-day. however. In the
shop* of unfavorable Liverpool advices,
and Ihe rumor* that spinners had com
bined to remain out of the market pend
ing a decline In prices A* a result, the
fu'ures market dropped 19M2S points, clos
ing weak and uM*ettled The spot market
reflect* and the advanee In future*, going up
5-18 cent on Thursday. The drop to-day
In future* raua and a decline of 1-18 cent In
local *. ots.
Development* during the week demon
strated that the turpentine market waa
• uffertng from some rouse which whs hav
ing a depressing effert on prices. The
price lust Friday was firm at SC* cents,
and t**!ay. 34A*c* wlih cations or
n further hardening tendency.
The furl that there was little demand
for spirit* from any eour**e. together with
the suspension caused by Ihe holiday on
Monday, restricted business considerably
as shown by the wok's transactions Ad
icrlng to the belief tbit prices hod not
struck bottom, buyers stuck to their pol
icy of en*crlng Ihe matket. only for stuff
with which to ffll pressing ostlers, and In
thl* way support Ihe market as little
The market opened with "nothing <k>-
,t.g " Inst Saturday. It was a .lay without
Inctdeor with the trade, as there did not
scm to he any demand, awl tf any. buy
ers were withholding support by keeping
out Thl* In addition to Ihe continue!
liberal receipts, was sufficient with which
to put up a stiff fight. Tuesday's opening
was firm at SI cenrs. and Wednesday's
snd Thursday's was unchanged
Rosins heM their own pretty well dur
ing the week, though there was no spe
cial demind for them On Tuesday I arv.l
itiove went off 5 rents, and on the follow
ing day reacted to the prices from which
thev declined* Soles for Ihe week were
Wbaf le attracting Ihe attention of the
trade nvat al present. l the
reported storm The recent pros,
pectg for one. according to the Wealh
. r Bureau report- make* (he trade fear
ful about the |*osslble damage that would
surely follow o blow through the Geor
gia turpentine belt There does not seem
to be any d*ubt but the price will Jump
to a good ffgure If a destructive storm
lessened the yield Henoc. the trade
iwalte with Interest the outcome of the
The cotton market closed steady at •
decline of 1-1* cent. Bales for the day 3**
hairs Receipts 3.04 hales The futures
market xvent off 191i25 points, due to un
favorable Liverpool advice*, and reports
that spinners would combine |n staying
our of Ihc m irket for a while Bale* IhN
season, have been 2,043 upland, and *9 sea
The following were the official spot quo
ta tin ns at the dose of the market at
the Cotton Exchange to-day:
| Tula Last
j day. | year.
Goo-4 mid fling -:ln 4
Middling IM i'S
Low mtt'd.lng |... !!U4
Good ordinary |... <l4*
Market ►ready; sales. 5*4. ,
Receipts Past Week.
| l'p- l Sea
Receipt* of Cott n- ; land la id
Bemlpta p.ist week 20 959
Same weak I >nt year 23.919
Particulars of Receipts—
Central of tleoigla 12.0*1
B . F and W. Railway | 2,739
Grorgla and Alabama
Charleston Savannah ! 1.961!
River sleamee 375
Seaboard Air Line 4.913 ......
Ex pot t*
Expatta past week 7,*Hi SO
Mime week last year |13.72 54
To New 3'ork i 6.9** 50
To Baltimore i 2.77-3
Si-H-k rn hantl and shlpa SI7S2 1.932
Same day laat year 17.211 97
Savannah Receipt*. Exports and Stocks
Heelvttl thl* .lay 3.*9i
Received same day last year 1.218
flame day year before lust 4.0*3
Received past week 30.959
Received same wed last year S.BIB
Received same week year liefore..,. 5.12
Received since Sept J. IMP 21.1.V*
Received mine time lasi year 21.94.1
Export* past Week—
Export* fT.is .lay. coastwise 1.74 c
Kx|s>rts post week, coastwise 7.891
Exports past week, continent .... None
Export* past week. France Nore
Export* imst week. flreai lirltaln. None
Total exports post week 7,89)
Exports Mlice Sept. 1, 1900—
To <treat Britain None
To France None
lo the continent ?. None
Total foreign Non.
Total coastwise 7.991
Total export* 7.W1
Expori* Some Time last Year—
To Clrcat Hilt tin None
To France None
To the continent None
Total foreign None
Total coastwise t 14,312
Total exports 14.312
fliortc on hand this day .. 12. an
gawk on hand sam- day last year Xt.rtll
Receipts and Stock* *t All Ports—
Receipt a this day 9.5.V7
Tit's day last year I**Bl
Thin day year before last 14.W7
Receipt* past week IMOf
Rome .lay* Vist veor
Total receipt* since Bept. J, 1*9®..,. SI.SOT
name time last year 118,507
At.me time year before list 85.175
(lock at all |>orts to-day 113 tin
Atock same day laid year 857.518
*EA ISLAND COTTON.
The receipts were 32 hugs, against *7l
lost year. The sales were 6, against 207
■% ..1.1.W.. - —.*.i .111.11* .
Receipts this week j |
Exports past week 50
HecelfW* this season j
Export* this season j So
Domestic | in.
Block on hand j 1.83S >7
Charleston. S. C., Sept. 7 —No movement
In sen Island cotton thl* week: stock, 353.
Dally Movements at Other Ports—
Galveston—Firm: middling. V net re
ceipts, 2.433; gross, 2.123: sales, 41; stock.
New Orleans—lrregular; middling. 10*,;
net receipts. 283; gross, 283, sales, 310;
Mobile—Nominal; mhldllng. #4; net re
ceipts. 115; gross. 1(5; stock. (.958
Charleston—Firm; middling, 9 9-16; net
receipts, 178. gross. 178; sales, 109; stock,
Wilmington—Firm, middling. 984; net re
ceipts. 1.182. gross. 1,182: stock. 11.071.
Norfolk—Firm: middling. •%; net re
ceipts, 1.125; gross, 1,125; sales, 50; stock.
Rnltlmevre— Nominal: middling. Kd; net
receipts. 89; gross. 1.4X9; stock. 381
Ncwr York—Quiet; middling. 108*; gross.
981; sales. 117; stock. 28.501
Boston—Quiet and steady; middling.
10Q; gross. 1.
Philadelphia—Firm, middling. 108*; stock.
Daily Movements at Interior Towns—
Augusta—Dull: middling. 10 1-18; net re.
celpts. 1.5(7; gross, 1.5 W. sales. 807; stock,
51 cm phis—Firm: middling. 9%. not re.
cell**. 98. gross. 99. sales, 100; stock. 7.597
Bt. Louis—Firm; middling. 98,; net re
ceipts, 8; gross. 78; sab-*. 100; stock. 6 870.
Cincinnati—Dull: middling. 9Q; stock.
Houston-Steady; middling. 9 15-18; net
receipts. 8,130; gross. 6.120; sales. 28, stock.
Louisville—Weekly, firm; middling. 9 ? ;
net receipts, 3; gross, 3; sales, 22; stock.
Exports of Cotton This Day-
New orbem*—Coastwise. 778.
New Y'ork—Continent. 125.
Total foreign exports from all porta this
elay: To the continent. 1,733
Total forvlgn exports from ail ports thus
far this week: To Great Britain. 9.855; to
the continent. 8.1(2.
Total foreign exports since Sept. 1. 1899:
To Great Britain, 9.855; to the continent,
N* w Y'ork. Hept. 7.—Bpot cotton closed
quiet: mttdlng uplands. lOQc; middling
gulf. lOV; sales, 117 hales
Charleston. S C.. Sep*. 7.—Cotton firm;
middling. 9 9-18; sales. 10n.
The Close Weak With l-rlres Yet IP
to 3.3 Points l.ower.
New Tork, Sept 7.—Bentlir.cnt on the
Cotton Exchange te-day swung complete
ly around from a radically bullish point
of view to a bearish standpoint, and the
demoralization which prevailed through
out the fore part of the week In bear cir
cle* wa* followed by a panic among the
bull* this morning At the close last night
there was no Indication of a storm for the
longs brewing and the rank and tile of
the bull faction went home firmly ron
vineed that to-day would record another
The market opened w. ak ami Irregular,
however, with prices down 35 to XI points
under one of the heaviest ■ lllng move
ments which ha* ever been witnessed in
the cotton pit. Orders to unload came
from Europe, the 8< uth, the West. Wall
street and the speculative public In gen
eral. and li was not until price* were
down 3c that buyer* could lie Induced lo
take hold. Throughout the flrsl hour th*
market wa* Intensely excited with fluctu
ation* often violent In both directions
The main reason for the complete change
of fiont upon the cotton trade In general
wa* a sudden and entirely flnlooked for
break of 11 to 11 points In Liverpool from
the opening Azures, said by private ca
ble* to have been priSfl'Pated by a turn
of smaller holder* for proflt* forcing the
larger bulls to liquidate. Talk of a shut
down In Manchester and claims thnt Eng
lish spinner* decided to buy no more cot
ton thl* month wer>- at the bottom of
the Liverpool selling movrment. The lale
advice* ftom abroad were decidedly bet
ler anil led lo a reversal of views here,
with Ihe result that hasty seller* of the
flrat hour once more' took Ihe hull aide,
white selling for a further reaction, com
pletely reaseel. loiter In the day the mar
ket work'el steady upward ellsplaytng con
siderable of a bull flourish on reports of
actual demand for s|>ot cotton South, anil
markeel advances at nearly all points.
Complaint* of excessive rains In Southern
Texas one! |*arts of the Atlantic state*,
be Ipe.l to stimulate having The fact that
future* were conaielerahly below the price
of spot cotton checked selling for short
account and e -ncouraged Investment buy
Trailing wa* very active except for a
brief period around midday. The market
once more shifted In the last few- minute*
ami broke badly umler h ivy general sell
ing The close was weak with prices net
1* to 25 points lower.
PLt'fTt U'lidx 19 FI TI RES.
New York. Bept. 7.—Cotton future*
opened weak and Irregular and clnei-d
weak Price* ns follow*:
jopen High Loe C
January .7.7... 8.95 | 91* |~B 93 I *
February j H.tl j 903 jV 93 9 fit
March | 8.95? i 913 | 8.94 | 9.00
April ! *93 | 907 , *93 j *97
May | *92 | 9.14 | *.90 | * 91
June | B*9 I 9.10. *B9 *97
July I ! I
Aug 1 1
Kept I ®.3S S0 9.25 9.82
October j® H ®! V 23
November ... 9.01 8.23 * Sit 9.1*
December ...i 8.93 | 9.20 | *95 J 9.05 b
Liverpool. S< pi 7. Ip. m.—Cntl.-n-.S;**
fair demand; price* higher: Amerl-an mil
dltng fair. * 27-32d; goesl middling, 8 9-18.1,
middling. s*l: low mkldlln*. 8-Yd: g.w.l
oixknnry. 5 31-32.1; ordinary. 5 21-32 1. Th.
sale* of the day were 12.000 I sties, of which
300 were for speculation and expori. and
included 8. Son bales. American; receipts
:no bale*, all American
Future* opened Irregular and closed
steady; American mottling, low middling
clause: fteptember. B.ltd, value, fleptcn;
l>er-Ocloher, S.S4OrS.JSd. sober*, frciober-
November. S.l2t|s I9d, sellers; NovemJe r
December. 5.034*5 old. seller*; December-
January. 4 4194. M. sellers; January-Feh
raary. 4Wi4 Old sellers: February-Jlan a.
I SM. sellers: Mare-h-Aprll. 4.M#4 .'7<l.
.tilers, Aprli-May, 4.550, buyer*, Moy-
a long time, and found
nothing to relieve
1 took GRAYBEARD.
I tried most everything I
heard of; that is in the
line of blood medicines.
All of them failed.
me sound and well.
I can't praise
1 will recommend it to
. C. C. CLARK,
No. 420 Park avenue.
Get Graybcard at any drug store, $1 a
ottle, or write to Respess Drug Cos., Props.
June. 4 MtfTMd. sellers; June-July. 4.52d,
value; July-August. 4 sfcl. buyer*
N. w Orleans. Bepl. 7.-Colton futures
(ct.iemhcr 9.75*9 77 [ February.. 8 88f(*
Ictohcr... 9.18*9.19 ! March 8 89(18 *1
November 8 99*9.91 , April 8 9008 92
December 8 SBJiS.B* May 8.91*8 93
New York. Bept. 7.—Murphy * Cos nay:
Cot ton opened about II point* lower, ow
ing lo disappointing market advice* from
Liverpool, a* an advance of -A4d, wa*
expected to correspond with the spurt
here yesterday afternoon, tnstrad of which
Uverpoot ►toed 3-4d lower when our mar
ket opened. Longs sold freely end sh-xrt*
covered eturlng the forenoon, keeping the
market very nervous and active About 30
point* net dee line Port recelpia eanly
aleont bale* today, giving a total
ot 53.000 for thl* week, against 16A,tW> the
same week year ago. Southern advices
predict Increased ree-etpts. At the meet
ing-of the Mnnchesser spinner*. It P n|e|
resolutions to abstain from buying cot
ton were adopted, but that many •pin
ners have nlrc.iely bought Nervous mar
ket I* expected pending the government
report next Monday.
New York. Bept. 7.—Hubbard Bros. A
Cos. say: To the surprise of th* trade
Uverpoot. after opening 4 to 7 points hlgh
e-r. became easier and declined 9 lo 31
points. Our market opened excited at 29
to 30 point* tower than yeaterday's clos
ing. subsequently the market steadied and
ha* since fluctuated In n radlue of shout
Hi point*. The lone being feverish ami ihe
flu TU'ilton* rapid and frequent It I* re
ported from Manchester that Lancashire
spinner* have adopted short tune, hut
friom the quantity of cotton, they have
re i-ntly bought, thl* action kook* like
"cltadog the stable door after the steed I*
The Chronicle. |n It* annual atalement.
put* the crop at 94.39.Ve* bale* To our
view the most important part In the
-latemint I* the *t.itement of the visible
supply at the end of the business year
T iking tlie three years of small supply.
’9*9-9n. 1994-97. nnd thl* year, we And in
the first mimed, the total supply was 1,-
077.1*0 hale*, in 195*3-97 1.722.010 hales, while
•in the first of September. this year the
total is 2.095,000 hales Traders expert a
poor bureau report on Monday.
WKF.KI.Y t OTTON REPORT*.
Comparallve Cotton Statement—
New York. Sept. 7 —For the week end-
Net receipts at all T’nltcd Stale*
port* during week 51.507
Net receipts at all I'nlted Stale*
ports same week last year 108.487
Total receipts to.this dale 51.50 T
iVdal receipt* to same date last
Exports for the week 15.797
Exports for same week Inst year ... 15.257
Total exports to this date 15.797
Total rxports to same date last
rear y, otj
Stock at all I'nlted States ports .113.499
Stock nt all I'nlted Rules ports
same itroe last year 457.549
R4ock at all Interior towns 421X10
Stock nt all Interior towns sams
lime last year 347.591
Stock til Liverpool . 309.000
Slock nl Liverpool same time last
year ms. nan
Slock of American afloal for Oreat
Britain 22.0 r
Stock of American afloat for Oreat
Britain agmc time last year 29.0n0
t'ompatallve statement of net receipts
at all the ports during the week ending
Friday evening. Sept 7. |*nn, during
Ihe same week last year.
daiveaton . ..7777777777777.j i.mi 40.470
N- w Orleans 4.053 *1.701
Mobile 1.499 3.8J4
Savannah | >1.959 23 818
I’harleston j 2.485 7.1*4
Wilmington | 7*853 3 900
Norfolk [ 3 991 4,174
Baltimore j w
New York 1 | i.sn
M'wlon Jsl 35*
I'hlhdflphta j jgri
Newport Xfiw* j j
Total .‘j 81.587; ~IMAR
Comparallve *tniement of net receipts at
all the polls during Sept j, 1900.'t0 Friday
evening. Sept. 7. 19rO, and from Sept 1
I**, lo Friday. Sept g. |9up ;
I rlpta sine' Sept 1_ 1900-1901 1899-IXO
Oalveston ....... .... ...| , O . H | “4347,
Sew Orlcanx .... | 4.0 W >,.*41
1 1 4 3.842
8.11 annah j 59.959 XlB4
Charleston | 7.4391 * 021
Wilmington | 7 851 4^
I Jll 4 252
J*- ' ork i **
Boston 75 K 5
■V- K. yd i .Ti 2 m
- Tol>l I M.MTi “ 118.301
Slock of7cotton at alt portt, ' Friday,
Bept. 7. 1900. and on Ihe same day of the
week last year:
Ports— |l*on-ii! 1159-lvn
New Orlean* ...| 25.135 110.551
Mobil* i 4.959 9(31
Galveston j 12.497 57 333
Savannah I 23.0* *,20
Charleston | 1,252 15. 31
Wilmington ....| 11.073 11591
Norfolk 1...| 4.479 17.75*4
New York j 24.501 1<31.7?
Other porta 2.9*7
Total T T| 113.4*9 457.WS
MOVEMENT INTO BIGHT.
New Orleans. Bept. 7—Secretary Hes
ter's New Orlean* Cotton Exchange state
ment Issued to-day show* the amount
brought Into sight for the week ending
thl* afternoon to be 90.770 bale*, against
155.064 last year, and 79.210 year before last.
Th* statement a how* receipt* at all
I.'ntted State* ports since Bept. 1. 51,507,
against *5.743 last year; overland aeroM
the Mississippi. Ohio and Potomac river*
40 Northern millsl and Canadn. 3.372 ilee.
against 10.2*3 last year; Interior stocks In
exi-eas of those held at th* close of the
commercial year. 9.391. against I*. 4*35;
Southern mill takings. SO.lOfi, agslns’
534 lasi year, and 25.344 year before last
Foreign exports for the seven days have
been 15 NS. against 20.91* The total tak
ings of American mills. North. South and
Canada, thus far for the season have
been 39.909 hales, against 62.049 last ye.r
Since the close of the commercial year,
stocks at American porta and the twenty
nine leading Southern Interior renters
have been fncreased 34.970 bales, agiilnd
an Increase for the same period last sea
son of 77.170.
Including amounts left over In stocks nt
ports and Interior towns from the last
crop and the number of bale* brought ln’
sight thus far for 4he new crop the sup.
ply to date 1* 213 >4. against 773.952 for
the same period last year.
WORLD'* VISIBLE HTPIV.
New Orleans. Bept. 7.—Secretary Hes
ters statement of the worlds visible sup
ply of cotton. Issued to-day. show* twal
visible supply to be 943.939, against 1.947-
227 last week, and 2.5*1.239 last year <Tf
this the total of American cotton l St*.-
43*. against 599,227 lost week and ! '<* 2*
lasi year, oml of all other kinds, im-iu-l
ing Egypt. Brasil. India, etc 415*6
ngalnst. 479.CM0 I art week, and .'<97.499 !
Of the world'* visible aupplv d>cre >*
now afloat ami held In Great Britain snd
Continental Europe. SlS.twn bale ' !n *
!.!43.onr> Us year, in Egypt, *!.■.
IT non. In India. 351.000. ngalnst 3*3 •' "•'
In Ihe I'nUed State*. 197.0nn, against 7v
Note—The decrease In the visible sttpflf
this week Include* the Llverpon:
slock correction of 34.0n0 bales. embr-vta*
33.000 bales. American, and 1.900 bale* t'-
New York. Bepl. 7 -More inquiry tsdtf
after brown cottons ami som- imt-roe
mont In bid* for forward delUerio '
atflual business continues mobrut <"
spot price* without material chx*'-
Blenched cottons at 111 quiet at unclitnit"
price* 3Vtde sheetings are id>r t*
Several lines raised 7( lo 1" l r
Coarse colored cotton* steadier
demand. I'rlnt* unchanged
unchanged Linens are quiet at I*'’ .
price# Iturlap In better demand n<l ’
Ing against buyers.
Friday, B*9* ’
for turpentine opened Arm * !
cents 10-day. with sale* of 423 ea*
this prl.e, and rloae.l Arm ' *• t
further sale* of ZN> at thl* prb •
the < bating. It was reportol the. *
had been prstty well wapt. and
er* were seeking stuff. H fl
that after cloning buyers were
cent*, and that stuff wa* b*n *" 1(1<
down to them at thl* prh* TANARUS! fV( .
market wa* In ntronger position •
dent from all sidew. Better P r . ()f .
looked for a* a result of the Hni ,r ' 9
mand. Day'* receipt* I.Bf> **■'
the expori* 270. .
The receipt* of turpentine for " |M
were 7.841. against 6.11* la*< F" 791
export* 7*5. ng*lnl 2.803 l*d ' . ~
•*!* went .0 New York. H.
the Interior 475. , - v.eJ
Itt IBINS—The rosin n, *^ K ’' f . . in*
steady and unchanged, with • ,p
--rather against present ]„>
m ind woe reported to l H* , ~,.rt
receipts 6,4*5. les 2.<C7.end
1,1. , treft
The recelpl* of ro*ln* for the *
25.911, against 19.934 last >' r • " n
port* 11.117. against *979 •**• > ' r(lm
exiwarta went New York. l.° ' 4 it
delphla. 155; to lUltlmore, >•
the Inlertor. 2JTI. . m^rl 1,,
Quotations—At the cb>** of
to-day Ihe following quotation*
letlned at the Board of Trade. wrt y
Spirits Turpentine—Firm a* 31 o'
sale* of vn casks.