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A TEXAS WONDER.
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On# pm*!i bottle of I>l*
ccverjr cur## mil fctdi •> bladder
trouble#. r>R)m<i gr.v. 1 cu *• dabet#*.
reminel >l*ion, w*k •** **>•* back*,
rheumatism and nil Irr gul •rlsb of **'•
kMntyi an t bladder In IkHli m#> and
women. rrwuUt-* bladder trouble* in chil
dren If n n *old b> > ur drUgglet w*U
b#* rent ni mat: n r#ct-|* °® €
•mail botti* ii rn nt # treainvnl
•ml vrili rur* any ca nt*oe** mentioned
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B>* fc9 Si Loul. Mo Send f r testi
monial# bold by ai; druggist* and Solo
mons Cos. Savanna). Ga.
r>r F W flail. Ht Mo T>e*r
Sir—f*l>aa# ship me three doien Ilalle
O amt Pi-ov*rv bv first #*pre*. X hav#
eo 1 O'* r one (ra* It gl\e- perfect •
!fcti-n and 1 r*c>mnvnd It to my
customers Tours trulv.
II r aßom
Proo abm M ■ .-pni> Drug Store.
Ocala Ft . Dee 71 .
COIL %T Tilt. MHK I'KH’K.
rroaprrla *e#rt (<• Hr That It Will
The efrike of the anthra< It# coal miners
In PenneylnanU h.> caused no Increase
In the price of coal In Savannah * yet.
It Is proha Me. though. that the In r* e
will come, as a strike of the magnitude
of that which ba l*##n declared In the
ioal region.' ruUI #arrel> f ill to have
this effe upon the price of the product
of the miturs‘ labor.
Ore mil ticjler said yesterday that
there had not l>een the sliahtest advance
as yei. though h** In looking f<r It. A
week may |n.>- before It comes, though
he would not te surprised to see prices
go up e\er sooner lie -aid the shinp-re
and mine |ieople have a subtly on hand
• hat a:li lervt fot • • i ft 1 11
laves to k**ep the prices Where they have
been hut siih the • tnvinuiion of that
supply, will come the .*lvai,<
Soft coal t n *w retailing hi s’ a ton srnl
anthr*. It* .€t W. It Is not known, of
t o irse how v. i * t th* advance, should It
come, will le. but It Is rr isonahle to eufv
§>os that It will b* k at t i-i fl The
14 sale tor. strike advanced ptlcea on •
that amount, and t t s.rlke was n4
nearly of th* pmiortlon- that the present
one has a-eunu and.
The dealer said the holder* of large sup
idles of coal at the North art not fully
persuaded that the wirlke |* to lust, and
It Is for this re non. as well as because
of their having a coitald* rabl* supply to
rely upon, that there has not yet been
an advance In prices. He admitted that
• here Is every chance few* a considerable
rt*e In price#, and said It would not be- a
bad plan for consumers to lay In a supply
in anticipation of the Increase.
Tilt: fOHN i HOP.
Th# 94*w of thr llin MrfrMatrr to
R.ivAnn.ih, Oa . 11-Edl(or o# tho
Morning N*w* ! re*tl In n rec*flt iftaua
of your |pr that ih corn crop thin
year in the t’nited State* will amount
to twenty-!!** hundred million bushel*,
and It went on to say ’ thin would purely
make a Mu pile.** Now. let* nee what this
iwenty-flve hurvirMl million (ISGh.OOft.OWB*
buohH* mean It would take a (ten 2
rni.f* lon*. mile wide .ind 112 feet hl*h
to hold It. A pen extending from Hay
street to Estlll avenue ami from Weal
Broad to East Broad and ninety feet
high, or a high as som*> of our highest
church steeples. would Just at>ui hold
It. It would take 3.ottu>*> standard 4n*>-
pound care to itaniK>rt I*, and If thee*
<arw were in one line it woul-l he 83.0G®
miles #ng. or ihre tim* * th*- distance j
from New York via Ran Francisco to
llong Kng. China. It would give bread j
to the entire |opulatton of the Flitted
Htat* a for two year# and yet have 250.- I
MMOO bushels left over. If. by rom** ho- I
cua-po- us. It should lie emptied on to this
city, it would as completely bury Ip as j
Old the ashes of Vesuvius bury the old
city of Pompeii lli* years ago. Ho lets
let Kansas keep h* r corn and send to us
as we need It. and not leforc.
Edw. J Thomas
the I.lfe Inauraiire at ttslveilnii.
Editor Morning News: There appeared
an article In your paper of the 16th in
stant giving estimate of amount of life
Insurance the <*ool parties would pay o
the survivors of the Galveston disaster for
policies carried on those who perished,
and placing the amount at ten million dol
This most extravagant estimate is cal
culated to prove disastrous 4o the work
of procuring further relief for the suffer
ers. and should be corrected.
Now. a very high estimate for the loss
of life for Galveston and all the storm
swept section is I.oo® people. Of this num
ber seven-eenths are women and children
—-a statistical calculation applied to such
disasters making the death allowance
for men of all ages and conditions num
ber 5.4>: Of this number, not more than
one man In six carried a policy of any
amount; that Is to my. not more than <W>
men were Insured.
A liberal average for this number of pol
icies would be |2 500. making a sum to>al of
91.nOO.or*> These figures will not be reach
ed an*! even admitting that they were.
It would give very little Immediate relief
ns guardians for children and Adminis
trators for estates would - have to le ar
ranged before the companies could pay
claims to say nothing of time consumed In
finding nd arranging claimants.
It Is true that one-half of the loss will
fall on “The Three (Hants." as they car
ry one-half of the life Insurance every
Statesboro. Oa.. Sept. 17,
Before the Recorder.
Ella* Bird, while, one of the excursion
ists that came to the city Monday went
on a tear early yesterday morning near
Alice and J* fDr* n streets, ar.d in the ex
uberance of his spirits fired his pistol
several limes. H< and two companions
were arrested by Patrolman Winn. Yes
terday morning Bird was fined 315, which
be paid. Ilis companions w. re discharged
Nettle Cast low, colored, charged with
robbing Robert Thompson of 115 was ar
rested by Patrolman 91 Davt*. and the
same officer arrested Ada Williams, col
ored on the charge of robbing Allen Mil
thaws, white. Both case were continued.
aXm|SSiaagp>BSgg| "hen neglected, almoft inrarlaMy
■ n3 Hi g ft (S mm M n. a of
8’ PPiu %fl a W i1 P& plication,, freipientlv eaualng ur -mii-
VLoP # j'* 'f, f j'i 7* KifJS W ff* fadaomr? reaultlng In death, fttrio
■ HI Vr B WISH lure, even . hen *licht. weaken, the
J|-. and ole url’tary an* ceultai orgaotim and the whole uemma gystrm.
>4, Tiieordinar, i ilMi ragorM Is tor a tan are set only mm.
WB rlitlDglyiamful. but frequently cause disorders a. icrioua a> the
■ (trie turn Itself.
r U: Hatlwwgy year* ago l*ea.-ded tho*e old-time barbarou,
~ w -' if method* and perfected a (ystem by which he remove* Ifje tincture,
a. Jj reducing the thickened wall* of the pastas., to a normal condlton
tv. There l, no operation The treatment Is applied by the patient
tlmself It Is painless tnd takes no time from buslnesa. Thecurr
ML eUccted I* pe-.xan at and ail i.implications of the diseased mod.
fens are removed 7 h!* Method of treatment and euro of SMrie
, ture I* excius.vrly mod by Dr. Ilathawaf.
pSOjON and ' Dr. Hathaway, by a similar method, cures Varicocele withou
Pc. I * operation. All Sexual. L'ricary. Nervou,. niool and other disease
j vtwto'- ni1,.., v w „ of * ehrea: - niture ara treated by him by Ills exclusive system
* I T 0" BATHAWAT.H 0 which for year* h proved Invariable In It* remit*.
Write to him or ctll at hi* office for a free copy of hit new (4 page book and self egatnlnatlow
symptom blanks, and for free consultation and advice
’*• Oflie. hour.: .to 12 m.. 2to 5 . nd 7to
SA Bryan street, Savannah, Oa. 9 p. m. Sunday 10 a. m. to Ip. m.
MM At. PERSONAL.
Mr M Pal* of Bluff ion la rifliimd at
I hr Pulaakl
Mr D P Mala of Sanderevttle la a guest
of thr Pularkt
Mr. A M Jonm of Atlanta la a curat
of iho Dr Soto.
Mr. B Scarboro of Statesboro la a curat
of thr Bcreven.
Mr. W. B Drraa of MldviUe Is regtater
ril a| |hr Screven.
Mr. Fred Peterson of Rhino Is reglater
r<t at Ihr Dr Kolo
Mr Jam** Council of Htccslon la rocla.
(ered at Ihr Pulaakl.
Mr J. W Wilson of Biairaborn la a
guest of Ihr Pulaakl.
Mr O. If West of Carrollton la r**Vs
trrril hi the Pulaakl.
Mr J. I!. Blit.’h of Statesboro Is regis
tered at thr Pulaski.
Mr. H. H Darilon of McGregor la amosig
Ihr furala of Ihr Pulaakl.
Mra, A E. Arnund ami children arr vts
lllnsr frlrmla In ThagMSVlU*.
Mira A K Marry |rfl via Iho Pianl Sys
lrm )ralrrdi)r for Nr* York
Mr Robert IS. Mitchell. Jr . of Bla.-lw
ahrar la registered at Ihr Pulaski
Mr J R Kills of Vlrnna was among
yesterday's srrlvala al thr fWrvrn.
Mr A M Moors of Prnaarola araa In Ihr
oily yesterday a curat of Ihr Pulaakl
Mr J M Hrrrtncion ami Mr J Orlmra
of HylvanlM orr r'Kloarml at Ihr Pulaakl
Mr. John R Rharp of Ratnbrhlcr aai
amon* ahr curota of tin and raven yoatrr
Mr IV P, Roberta of Vai<losta war
among Ihr gurata of th* Dr Boto >r*irr
Mr M E Hrnly of Charlraton waa In
th* til s' sr*trr<iay a sural of ihr Dr
Mr II W !*S Forif of AurwK ■•
among yrslrnlay’s arrlvala al iho tv
Mr W J. flaxsari of rarirr was in
thr city yralrrdas’ a surni of Ihr Tu
Mr. William Harrington and Mr C. M
Rwrat of Waycrose ar* gurata of (hr
Mrs Mary F Roger# of Puma Oor<ta
Is In thr city Ihr gurai of Mrs Mary A
Mr and Mrs Jaooh Raurra an<l Ihs
Mtsara Raurrs |rfl via ihr Central sratrr
■ lay for CUrksvlllr
MaJ J R Rhrl.hwi an<l Mrs BhrlVn
wnr among thr passrngrrs of the g>>uih
rrn s**l/nlav New York
Mr John Funk, who has barn ronflnr.l
lo hi* home several dasa. la now miarh
better am] rxprria to be out again In a
Mra \V K. Harrison am] Mra R L
Sauruler- and son ware among the pass* rr
gern of Ihr Jortward Air Line yesterday
for Navaaota TVs
Mr H W Ford, representing Watson A
Cos, rollon raporrrrs. arrived yesterday
from Augusta and was weieomed on the
floor of (hr Colton Earhangr
WHITE IVFimiYgRY as Taras
Heernlllng (Mttre Aotine.l to Knllat
While *tei lor Ihr l>tiiltp|.taea.
Orders have been received al the army
recruiting office in Savannah to Increase.
If possible, the number of white re-yults
for the Infantry regiments.
The men are wanted for service In the
Philippine* and In the orders the sugges
tion Is made that those fltted to star*]
the tropical climate he as far a* possible
eelected R la thought that the men are
desired to take the place* of the volun
teer* who are now In Ihe Philippines, but
w hose term of enlist mem will expire about
AT THE THEATER.
1t,.1. 50n ( oni|an> In -Mnannke” Be
fore Eathualastlr (adleaoe.
"Roanoke” was played last nlghlhy the
Ro'won Company to a fa'r y good au<ll
ence. The play waa enjoyed by all. and
Ihe work of the entire cast was com
mendable The bpcclallte* were received
big male of timber land.
Enforcing Vagrant l.nv*— Hospital
I .impany t bartered.
Tsllaha-see. Fla . Sep, 16.-The store
of Herman Johnson was robbed at 111 l
lardvllle last Friday night. Among other
things. *27 16 was stolen from the store.
On Saturday Sheriff IVarce arrested Sam
Cook, finding *23 In his pockets. H N
Walker, sheriff of Wakulla rounty, was
here on Monday and took Cook to Cr.w
fordvlllr for trial.
J T. Herr,ar.l and eon have recently
sold 179.00ri acres of timber land In Frank
lin and 1-llrerty counties lo Mobile parties,
Interested In naval stores and lumber
Sheriff I’earce started out Monday morn
ing With th* cotta, nt of the County Com
missioners. lo enforce Ihe vagrancy law
He arrested fourteen negro loafers on the
streets, six of them proved that they had
employment, and Ih,' remaining eight were
locked up and Will have a hearing befor-
Letters patent have been Issued for the
Incorporation of the Saint Anthony's Hos
pital Company, at Fensecola, with a capi
tal of 125.WX). to establish, maintain and
conduct a general hospital. The Incorpor
ator* are Warren K. Anderson. F. Elisa
beth Crowell and F. C. Brent.
I'HEMII M* AT 6TVTK FVIH.
l-rlsea Offered for Good Displays.
The Racing Programme.
Valdosta. Ga . Sept. 18.—TltS premium
list* for the Georgia Slate Fair have been
printed and a force of clerks I* busy
sending them out to every part of the
slate. The list consist* of a bout sixty
page* and covers all the departments of
the coming fair. The premiums appear
lo lie very liberal In all of the depart
ment*. und especially In ihe agricultural
Three purses for the flrst, second ami
third county display are offered. 6MO lie-
In* offered for the best display. $) for
the second and S2W for the third. To the
Individual making ihr tlrst. second ami
third largest and best display* purses of
!••, I JO and SH are offered, respective
For the flrst. second and third targes!
crop of sea taland cotton made upon one
THE MOWN TNG NEWS: WEDNESDAY. SEPTEMBER 10, 1000.
> Pill'S I
Dujv? Then your liver itn’t
•cling w ell. You suffer from bilioua
ncaa, conatipati'in. Ayer’g Pills get
directly on the liver. For 60 year*
the Standard Family Pill. Small
doves cure. 25c. All druggists. '
b url tan mrrHirolti or t-*sr*i a besuUful
tifnwt or rich l>i*fh Th#n bib
BUCKINGHAM'S DYE !,.
V - - ' 1 • ' -1 —* : s
•rrf of I in<l on# t-*i# .#•* • wmple. •* *
omtMnh-i by i o 4 tb# ro*l
of cuittvAtbwi. ih< imourt and ktrwl f
f#rtUuw*r n#*d ttm* o' punting
of tlm* *> plowed mr- d hr** 1 m.d c* of
prolucfton. t* Hid I. pb-iwctivwlj
Anotbtr Intt'odPf tvaturc will b th#
pucpn. Thr Pr( d.> of tne f*cru will Ip
(•(rn on)* to r-k- owned In •#;gin nr. I
of ( h wtd br pin ♦ and on th#
h**#t tr. :tinf nr.l . tug rre Four d>*
lul nwl( k ill. Op. nil.g *i.v will !• Open H*
borne# from any p# ftoii of ih# country,
though ih# ck>lhf day. Bwturdty. will b#
given endre * to mule •*■ ## The mu *
rmctp tr. isperte t to bring €Mi some of
•h# fl*ei.#t muie# In thi# #cciou, though
entr<-d w t l r.t;\ om. fißJin OiMftde of
tfaU unlro Florida -end# up #*>m#
of her quick --'#pptng mule*. The cntlr**
rn-•* tr>grmm* t* *- f* i otf
Monday, tvt 29.
1 • roi horn - o*NrKia owned
2.4 ft pw *e. horM-#. t3#orgi* owned
Tuesday. Oct, 30
• trot puree .|4f#> fi
2 24 pace, puree 40 <*)
Ilii'f m:' run hevt#, pure 100 tl)
Wedneedwy Oct. 31.
31* tro; pur## ,SIOO 00
. 15 pace, puree 40ft ‘W
Five-eight he mile. beam, pur## IW> *>
Thursday. Nov. 1:
2 2* trot, puree ft
2 .10 pace, porve 400 <■
0r..-mil** run. purse 100 o*
Friday. Nov 1
F‘re.> ft*r nil trot, purse %¥*>
Free for all pace, purse 400 0m
2 It tmt, pur*** 4fto m
Tbrew-fourth-ml> run. purse 10ft t>
Bwturdky. Nov. 3
M r# trotting ra-# ro carte. 2 In 3.
5 to i nter, puree 9 sft on
Mul* running rac*. half-mil*. S o
*m*r, purs* so 00
FCIIH r.UOMITEI FIRST.
Tk* Rr.nlt of %*lrrlay'a Rare* at
New York. Sept 1* —Four favorites and
two well hacked second choices earned
brackets to-day a* Gravesend. Summary:
First Kart*- King’s Highway, hurdle
handicap, one and I hrec-quartera miles
Klondike. 5 to 2. won. with Finer. 10 to
1 and 3 to 1. second, and Three Bars,
even, third. Time 3:3).
Second Race—About six furlong*. 811-
verdale, 7 to 2. won. with Gold HeeU. 8 to
1 and 5 to 2. second, and Dr Barlow. 15
to 1. third. Time Ml 1-5.
Third Race—One mile and a sixteenth,
selling Fnmhiran. 7 to 5. won. with
Rlnaldo. 10 to 1. and 1 to 1. second, and
Belle of Orleans. 10 to 1. third. Time 1:40.
Fourth Race—The Albermarle. five fur
longs. selling. Ashes, 2 to 1. won, with
Cherries. 3 to 1 and even, second, and
Candle. 15 to l. third. T!me 1.02 2-5.
Fifth Ra*e—One mile and seventy yards.
HHIe of Troy. 7 to 2. won. with Rpnirov
Wing. 8 to 1 ami 2 to 1. second, and Th*
Amaion 310 1. third. Time 1.4* 1-5,
Bxth Race—About six furlongs. Nab
looklDh, 3 to 1, won. with Leon Fergu
son. * to 1 and 2 to 1. second, nnd The
Black Scott. 12 to 1. third. Time MS 15.
RKM’I/I*9 ON TIIF DIAMOND.
Game Rctsrcn Philadelphia and
Cincinnati Man close.
Philadelphia. Bept. 18.—-To-day's game
between Philadelphia find Cincinnati was
close to the finish and the victory of the
local* was due principally to Newton’s
Cincinnati . ..ft 4 0 A A o A A (W—4 12 2
Philadelphia .ft ft ft 4 0 ft 2 x—B 9 l
Batteries: Newton and Pelt*; Frax*r
St. I.mu Is Won Easily.
Brooklyn. Bepl. 18 —Bt. Louis played
rings around Brooklyn to-day ami won in
a canter. Attendanct fcift. Score:
Rt Louis 2 0 1 1 2 1 3 ft 0- 913 4
Brooklyn ft 0 0 0 1 10 0 9-278
Batteries— Young nnd Robinson. Ken
nedy. Weyhlng and McGuire.
Plttsburu A% on by Hitting.
New York. Bept. 18. —Pittsburg t*ea New
York at the Polo grounds this afternoon
by hitting the hull at the proper lime,
while the New York's were unable to bat
at critical stages. Attendance 1.000 Boore:
Plttshdrg 2 ft 0 1 ft 1 10 4 9 16 2
New York ..2 1 <> 0 1 0 0 0 9 494
Batteries—Waddell and Zimmer; Haw
ley and Bowerman.
Boston Won Fonr Straights.
Boston. Bept 18.—Boston won to-do v.
making it four straights. Attendance TW
Score: K H E.
Boston 0 0010481 X —l4 18 0
Chicago 1 ft 4 0 0 0 0 0 0- 5 10 7
Batteries —Petting* rand Sullivan, Cun
ningham and Dexter.
At Detroit-Detroit, 7. Minneapolis. 2.
Second game. Detroit. 9; Minneapolis. 2.
At Chicago— Indianapolt*. 8. Chicago* 1-
At Kansas City—Kansas City, 9. Buf
At Milwaukee—Cleveland, 3. Milwaukee.
At Montreal—Provldetice. 7; Montreal.
At Toronto—Toronto. !. Worcester, S.
At Rochester—Hartford, 2; Ro, hewtor. 4
Beconil game—Hartford. 9. Rochester. .
At Schenectady—Syracuse, i; Springfield.
RBW BAIBB4LL AMOCIATIOS.
I iirniril In llallimarr t> Rrprra.nta.
Hr,, of au < lit,..
Baltimore. Sept U.-R,pmttaUvi of
six cities tnet |u this city to-day nnd or
g milled the National Association of Hn<.-
hnll Ctakf. Thr atx cHJn Which dcf>oel.e,l
each 8.000. to bind the agreement. ar-
Hattlmorc. Philadelphia, Chicago. MiLv.iu
kar. Boston und St. Ixhil* Frank C
Richter of Philadelphia. u.ia appointed
a committee of one to fill out the Kai.lern
circuit with one more city, and J. J,
O'Rrleii * similarly appointed to ao
ctire one more Western city, ns ft la the
Intention to have u circuit of eight club..
Would Ilnlld a Xerr Hotel.
Atlanta. Sept It.—A magnllcent ly-ap
potntad up-to-date fireproof hotel will
adorn the Peters property, at the Inter
section of Peachtree and Wall etreeta. If
the proposed Whitehall street viaduct la
built Such la the declaration of Mr Ed
ward C. Patera, preatdem of the Peters
lusnd Company, owners of the property,
made thie morning. Mr. Patera la en
thusiastic over the project.
Vlailrra of lalerral la Ikla.laa Mra
Th* utg Abram Minis >oalrd al hr dock
>rairr<lny. t>r*[>ar.ilory lo prwrrdlng to
J ksonvllle 10-d.y lo tov a arow from
a'h.r* to Ihs Dslawar* br*akwat*r
It Is understood ih* bare* BIKh Howes,
wMrh thr Minis left at Charleston, be
cause ah* sprung a l*ak on Ihr way up.
will hr laid tip for some urn- She will
hwv* to n* partly or entirely dl*chargel.
ami thoroughly caulked before she will
again hr seaworthy.
Thr purchaser of thr bark Carl von
Dc twin his not ye. decided what hr will
ds> with th* vessel. It Is possible another
raneji-tlon may follow, pending which
th* vi -*l will prohably br left at Rrutia
wlek Owing to th* faei she cannot b
ti.iuied out th<rr. It will be necessary to
tek* her to another port If extensive re
pairs are undertaken
rhiUdeli hlatai will, this week, view for
th* fltat tim* a Or**k nun-o -war in the
f>*laware river Th* Nauarchoa Mlnnla
has arrived in Delaware bay and proceed -
*4 to Marcus Hook ami cast anchor Bh*
. am* direct from 8* Thomas, from
whence she sailed Monday. Th* vessel Is
used as n training ship, having on board
i cinas of naval cadet# taking a count*
In steam and sail navigation
The Mlnnla waa built in France In 1*??
Is composite vesa<-l of 1.700 tons *lla
p.a> *mm4. carrying a hatlery of Krupp
rapid-flr* gun*, and Is manned lay a crew
of 230 The voyage here 1- In order to glvo
Ih* cad*t* an opportunity so visit the
shipyards and the Bethlehem Steel
(-“•■eager* bv kleamehlpe.
l-sasenger* by steamship Itasca for Bal
timore yr*l< rday—Dnlll* Benjamin. O.
D.ivrnpgrt. Mts rj. |. 8.-hroed*r. Mrs
A In-mere. Mis* Agnes Demsrs. Mias J
Marswatn. aYxixo Maker. John Oannon
faesengers by steamship Tallahassee for
Nw York, yeeterdny—l. laiuts. Donald
Its iters, Harry Knurrs. Dr J V
Dr Joseph Asher. 8 Asher. R P. Rrcnks.
•deorg* N Marker. N J Olllesple. E 8
Abrahams Jr F H f-hDlens*n, E J
Puixel, Miss Hattie Oockell, Mlaa Nellis
• •rocket!. Claude 8 Hudson I, K Hern,
YV C Burke W Fowler. 1. II Skinner
• i K Mrooms, IJ. Dent. A f!. Rlckett.
Mr I-esll* M P. Barrett. F Mvem. Mr
Myars. Mm K Anderson and chlMren,
T HoKsherg I, Bmellng Ellen Thom,
M Armstrong. Cecil | A nt, Uur.n-r
Siumerson and 12 steerage from Jackson
Sun rises at 5:f7 a m . and sets at :<*)
High water as Tybee to-day at . a.
m and <44 p m High water at Savan
nah one hour later.
Phases of the Moon for September.
D. H M.
First quarter * 1 M mom
Full moon .116 eve.
l.aat quarter 15 2 67 eve.
New moon 3 1 57 eve.
Moon Perigee, Hh; Moon Apogee, 2Sd.
ARRIVALS AND DEPARTCRH.
Veeeele U eat to Sea.
Steamship Tallahsssee. Asking New
Steamship Itasca. Dlgga. Baltimore
Steamship Axminster (Br). Sptnk. Bar
S-hooner Thos. t>- James. Farnham
Schooner Julia A. Trubee, Albertaon,
•ailed for Onvannah.
Bieamshlp Cltll dl Messina (Ilnl). Ma-
Mfik aid. Norfolk. 15th.
Arrived From Savannah.
Steamship firangewood (Br). Martin, ar.
Marburg. Sept 15.
Bark Stavanger (Sw), Andersen, ar. St
Petersburg. Sept 11.
Key West. Fla., Sept I*.—Arrive!
a'eamer Alamo Hicks, (ialvrston. pr *
c< eded lo New Y'ork: San Marcos, Yount
New Y'ork. proceeded lo Galveston. Mat
coite. White. Pori Tampa, proceeded to
Charleston. S C., Sept. 1* —Arrived,
et< amors Semutole. Hearse. Jacksonville,
proceeded lo New York. Eekskle IBr),
Mllhurn. Cardiff; schooner* Ldn.ih C.
Kaminski. Huy. New Y'ork Jose Olaverrl.
Hewitt, New Y'ork; S, B. Marta, Hollo
Havre. Sept. 17.—Arrived, steamer Dera
Madeira. Sept. IS.—Sailed, simmer City
of Gloucester. Savannah.
Baltimore. Sept 16.—Arrived, steamer D.
H. Miller. Savannah.
Balled, steamer State of Texas. Savan
Jacksonville. Kla.f Sepl. 16. —Entered,
steamer Roanoke, Jay. Philadelphia;
•learner Algonquin. Platt. New Y'ork,
(cleared on return).
Barry. Sepl. 16.—Sailed, steamer Gladee
Prr steamehip Itasca, for Baltimore —(6
bales upland cotton. I.Mo barrels rosin.
.’4S.IM ice! lumber. 117 barrels rosin oil,
30 barrels cotton seed oil. 6UQ eacks clay.
773 bundles handle*. 377 packages mdse,
1(0 package* domeatlcs and yams. 76 bales
hides and wool. o cases canned good*.
Per steamship Tallahassee for New
Y'ork. I his afternoon.-1.374 bales upland
cotton. 413 bales domestics. 350 barrels oof
inn seed oil. M*> harrels rosin. 660 barreai
turpentine. 316.415 feel lumber, 12 barrels
trull. 70 boxes fruit. 30 bale* tobacco.
cases cigars. 3 bale* sweepings, fni pack
age* hog material, 53 bale* spcaigea. 251
Notice to atarlnero.
Pilot chart# and all hydrographic Infor
mation will be furnished musters of ves
sels free of charge In United States hy
drographic office In Custom House. Cup
lain* are requested to call at th* office.
Repotli. of wreck# and derelict# received
for transmission to the Navy Depart
moB-ctiNk. coit nmi’m a.
(ppotntiurate Made by (apt. Roger*
In thr Guards.
New non-coenmlesloncd officers have
been aprointid for Company A of the Sa
vannah Volunteer Guard*. Capt. Rogers
has succeeded In building U|> the company
greatly of late and there are now aome
forty enlisted men. the number having
been Increased from somewhere in the
'teens. Following are the appointments:
To be set grants, COtpl. J 8. Sims. Corpl,
H, J. M< Daniel, and Private 8 W. Par
nell; to be corporal*. Prlvstr Mongtn B.
Nichols. Private Charles C. William*. Pri
vate William C. Perry and Private Wil
liam W. Kdgerton.
Horsford s Acid Phosphate
Strengthens ths stomach, assists di
gestion, relieves distress and the feel
ing of exhaustion and dlsrinsss.
Osilaf bear, asms H "Worm's os mappse.
Cosmo Harder, esq., waa appointed a no
tary public) In the Superior Court yester
The steamship Kansas City adverilsed
to sail from Suv.mnah at Via i> ra.. Sept
26. wilt sail ul 5 |> m Morulay. Sept. 21.
In the guessing conte*' at Barbie A
Bandy's at laic of ilo|ie lasi night, the
ladlew prise of |5 of merchandise offered
by W. E Wimpy was won by Mis* Bessie
Turner on a guess of 117.
In the burglary of lUsinger & Co.'s
liquor house on Whitaker a'reei. 'he
thieve* entered through a gra’lng over i
cellar window which. In,trail of having
been left open by the fir in. wa* held In
plaee only by Ihe cement In the _hri. k
(veil and waa pried out by <he robber#,
who thus secured at. entrance.
Mra Jams- Jackson’s Working ' r > of
Seventh Ptrtet Ylethodlat Church has
male arrangement* to give a lawn party
Ihl# afternoon on the gt<>rn oppodi* the
church lo the children o: the Sun.la'
School ami the nimitiu. by fiom 4;3>) t II
6:60 o'chick. The od*r m*tnber, of th*
church and their friend, will be e.itertnin
t,l from 6 3 until lo o'clock. Refreshments
will lie eervid.
None of the bodl## of ih# m#n who wor
lrown#l Monday In ih# acclflrnfa; swamp
ln#r of iho roM'ittkHf off EJam Broad #ir<#
<iock war# four.l y##t#r<M>\ ihouKh h*
In Ih# riv#r were all ihi lh
|tM>koui fr ih#m. It \- no; yrt kn-)wn
who th# man ar#. a# In working th#m in
•h# lark# Kansu that tr# cmployi 1 .11 *h<*
it rml mi I# they nr# known by mimt* 1
rather lhan n#m##. and h#ir relative*
hav# mad# no r#j>ort o th# city author
ltl#a nor 10 Coronir Ooetti*.
Mt‘*T SI PIUIRT TllFelll U l\ E 4.
r*‘r f)l limir II hr lia ml* link# llualn###
fr l onrl mid l.nw jrr*.
An order w# gr.nt#d by Jtidk# F.tlll
nr In th# Htif#rior Court y#*t#rdny r#
ciuirinir ll#nry Bh#llman to pay i' i month
alimony ntu\ aliorncyn* f# a 10 hi -
w:f# R#b#cca Bh#llman. of th# two chil
dren th# yotmir#r waa awarded to t 1 ■
mother ami th# #ld#r ••> ih* father.
Th* p#tl*k>n of Ann # Johnson, file*l in
th# Superior Couri, imihi that h#r hu.
Imnd. Willie Joh neon, left h r Fd. 1 laet.
I#avlrur h#r with thr## email children, rii#
younffvM only thr# w. k olfl Hhe r •
queeta th# court o require Wl!ll* to pay
her $lO a month permanent alimony.
GAVD !9Kf:i> rn ••HOFKHTI*.
Hut llrnnn Failed l’n> lilrrrM
B#ck#tt A B#<*k#U. acting aw attorney?*
for Harriet H Bur h of Huntingdon. N
Y , filed #ult In the Suj rlor Court ?
day agalngt William Drown €>f Savonnah
for |76C6. It 1# alleged In the declaration
that Brown gave a promlMory noie for
IsVftii to th# p’.alntiff A€ig. 24 due fiur
year# after date, and ti* ##cure the earn#
gave a deed to certain property In Chat
ham .minty It I# al!#g<l that h# ha*
failed to pay tnt#r## on th€* mi# or tax*-?-
on th# property and Judgment for th*
amount utotol |# n*kl
THEORIES ABOUT FOOD.
Also a Fen Farts on thr Same Sub
Wa hear much nowadays about health
foods and hvgienlc living, about vegeta
rianism and many other fads along the
Restaurants msv be found In the larger
cities where no meat, pastry or coffee ,t>
served and the fo and ctank * In hla glory,
and argil,nents ami throil** galore ad
vanced to prove that nc a, was never In
tended for hitman stomachs, and almost
make us believe that cur sturdy ancestor .
who lived four score year* In rob,is*
health on toast beef, pork and mutton
mtis' have h-en gross y ignorant of tin
laws of health
Our forefather* had other thing? to do
than formicate theotl** about the food
they ate A wa-m welcome was extend'd
to any kind from haeon to acorn*.
A healthy ant., tit and c mmon-aens
arc excellent guld.s to follow In matters
of diet, ar.d a mixed diet of gra ns. fruits
and mi at* I* undoulccd y th liest.
A* compar'd wlih grains and vegeta
ble*. mi at furnish s the most nut-lment In
a highly concentrated f rnt and Is diges
ted and Is assimilated more quickly than
vegetables and grains
Dr. Julius Remmeivn on tills suhje ■,
says. ' Nervous persons. ,xopl* run down
In hallh and of low vital ty should eat
much and plenty of It. If tb< dig sllon
Is too feeble at first It may be ci lly cor
rected by the regular use of Stuart's
Dyspepsia Tah ets rtf . r each meal Two
of these excellent labels taken after din
ner will dig,st several thousand gialtis of
tin at. eggs or otter animal (cod In three
hours, and no mau< r how vvenk the stom
ach may be, no trouble wt I be ,x(erl,-ne
ed If a regular practl e Is made of using
Stuart s Dyspepsia Tablets, because they
suiqvly the pepsin and diastase necessary
to p. rfect ilgestl n, and every form of
indigestion will le overc me by their u-c
That largt, class of people who come
uniter Ihe head of nervous dyspeptic,
should eat plenty of null and Insure ll*
proper digest on by the daily use of a
safe, harmless dlg.-sitve medicine like
Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablet*, com;, sol of
the natural dig* stive prln’lples. pepsin,
diastase fruit acids and -aits, which ac
tually perf mi the w rlt of dig slion
Cheap iwthaitlr medicines, masquerading
under the name of dyspepsia cures are
useless for indlges-lon. as th<y have ab
solutely no effect uj-n the actual digest
ion of food
Dyspepsia in all It is many forms is sim
ply a failure of the stomach to digest
food and the sensible way to solve the
riddle and cure the dyspepsia Is to make
datly us * at meal time of a preparation
like Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets, which Is
endorsed by thr medical profession and
known to contain a t.ve digestive prin
All drufffflrl* sell Stuart s Dyspepsia
Tublcts at 30c frr full ticatment
A llltle booklet on cause an I cure of
stomach trouble mailed free hy addresslr.
F A. Stuart Cos. Marshal. M.h,
West Bro.nl and limit streets,
opposite Central Depot.
Modern appointment. Convenient to ail
street car lines. Kates H i', and $1.50 and
S2OO par day Sinaia meal 26c.
as. 1 PATERSON. Manager.
as CHICHttTtS I CNOLISM
■ (Mgtssl nn.l Unit Ufsalsr.
AAri*.. ' e.ffl.tO'. I Metis- as. Ie iff**
> 4( v ( IIH IIMTKH s i M.l-JSIf
KKI Ml istfl.i •MrtsUi- N.gpa •-* *4
•MN bits# ftfctoor. TiU aniilliff R'fase
_ Usagt ruiaa •*Wath Mllwna sad Italia
1 / *■ IJf linns. lUj fyr f‘r<a*;et •* 4e. >a
I W Jr s*swr ft*r I'artlfulara, 1 Mllaanlalr
V • JEI "Rrllff ftr I Wffp ’m
y mrm Kali. I Uttm—W fc;Uj
~ N —■**"/ All trage nts I klekaalrrl Aemlral l a.,
Nmiai. tMi rt Ili4l*a I*4.
ftU Util. BntMVll A c*_ MM. Uragguu. >• UrMUia.
DONNELLY DRUG CO.,
DRUGS. SEEDS. ETtJ*
Mall orders solicited. Bell pr.or- €7l
P. B.—Sand for free sample V. A P
™ Morphine and Whisker hab
its treated without pa'' or
confinement. Cur gusrsw
teed or no par R H VRAt,
Msn'gr Lulus anting, sim
itar turn. Bor $ Ae*teU, Cc
The stralght-Front Corset
has captured the country by its grace, health
fF r . fulness and style. Its perfection is found in
| Ih* straleht-lror.t style of the famous
d®*;"Glove - Fitting”
for tsle by all dealers in the United States.
-wffwsrsgr****“' */ 7< (t #•** et < In, Ikty'ri h 2)
ts . , J sAff a*. All itsmi raa aremnA tk* My.
_[W Send to u* for handsome illustrated catalogue.
* # ■ (ieo. C. Batcheller & Ca., MS B'way, New York.
KNOWN BY ALL NATIONS.
' ;• •: - ■
%i /t&v/tcijcv, < &eUf6rntt//‘&&
Twice tiie price could buv no batter.
LIPPMAN BROS.. Savannah Agents.
To Save Expense of Moving,
\A/e- have decided to sell entire
stock of Furniture. Carpets, Mat
ting, Shades, etc., at slight ad
vance above cost during Sep
tember. Will be in store, 112
Broughton, west, early In Octo
ber with a full and comple-tc line-.
We con fill any order Right Mow,
Call and see us at old Post
LINDSAY & MORGAN
*yw e. The Under Buyer
\\\VX.Ov6V&CS 3I,(I Unilßr Sell6r
The lalest. best and cheapest all-lslk
heavy satin and taffe.a ribbon, assorted
colors. Write for samples.
No. 1 Baby Ribbon 1c yd; 43c spool 50 yds
No. 2 alout ',-ln wide. 2',c yd; 20c pie e.
No. < about Vk>' wide, tc yd; Me piece.
No. 5 about !-!n. wide. .V yd. V.c ple-e.
No. 7 ahout w‘de. 5c yd, hk- piece.
No. 9 about l‘-x-ln. wide, 8. yd; 73c piece.
No. 12 about 2-In wide, lb' yd; 90. piece.
No. 16 ahout 2V!n. wide. 12t#.- yd; 11.10 pc.
No. 22 about 2(n-ln. wide. 15c yd. 1135 (s'.
No. 40 about I’a-kn. wide. 174 c yd: It 60 pc.
No. 60 about 4-In wide, is- yd; 61.65 pc.
No. 100 ahout 5-In. wide. 25c yd; 12 33 pc.
All above run 10 yards to the plecs. We
mallrtbhon free to all ports of the r. 8
LEA & PERRINS’
## Beware of Imitation* . W n*tu t, **u.
It i highlv approved lor th* vetv agreeable seat 1 c V)
w hich it imiwrts to Soup*. Kish. (.amr. Rot A
and Cold Mcau, Salad*, Welvh Karebiti, i. KZc CC/ 'chvo
JOHN DUNCAN'S SONS, AgenU, New York.
KIM ( AT ION Us
£ M Fordv miles *a*t of Atlanta Situation high and healthy.
*© pill Ii! t* \ il N# lljuri #* and in county. Interroll#*/ ; g#m# pro*
y M l (4ai hlbllM. Full coll#g# offered l#Allng to A B. R
iiffi B I J Ph . And B** I*#er## Knllr# n####iry #xp#n## with
vi - *n^JLjßeW 1 // In #2*o *rd gnnugl ##R4ioti tieglit# >#pt. IP. 19ftft for
('yy cmtglogu# gnd full inform#tton. A<Jdre#
C- E. Bowman, presioent
Continued from Seventh I’g^.)
17.10; October. 17.05; December. $7 Zrfi 7 .30.
Sugar. raw. firm. fair refining, 4%c; cen
trifugal, fri <mt, o< ; reftnod. Arm.
i TT% SICK!) oils.
New York. H pt. 13.—Colton seod oil wn*
Mrn on npoi, though scarce, with demand
hlrfly for remote new crop deliveries, at
steady price*. Prim** crude barrel* nomi
nal; prim** summer yellow 37*4’; off num
mt-r yellow. 9iy; prim, winter yellow.
1U142c; prime wrhlte, 4<KMle; prime meal.
<*hlc.ig(% Be.it IR.—l’nfavo'able nee *
from the Northwest an I strength in the
market from that section wr* milnly In
.luentlnl In the advance In wheat to-day.
' vt>b< r VoS over yesterday. Corn
< o- *d *4c hlgfvr a*.d oat* a shad** lower.
I'roris'ons cloud unehirfgp.l io 17,<
The leading futures ranged as follows:
Opening. Highest. Lowest. Closing.
Wheal No 2
**■ **• T7'i 7*4 77-,
* 7*4eW4 77*. 7<t‘, 774877%
Nov. 774877% 7*s 774 7*4
Com No. 2
a n* > €#** MI, 40
Oct s, 38*4 Ml, 38H
Nov Ms 3* 3* 3*483*4
Oat No 2
9 ®P' 31** 314 214 214
2** 31S 21\ 214 2148214
S °? 33 8724 224 214 3 04
Mess Pork Per Barrel-
OCi 112 27 112 25 112 4 sl2 16
Jan. .... ll 374 H 24 u 334 q 4ju
Iward. per 100 pounds.—
Oct *) 7 074 *9O 7 (I*4
*"** *> 7 024 7on
J * n * T 5 1 65 6 674
Caeh p.ild for Old ftchool -Boole
J A P. Coat's Rest Spool Thread JO.- dog.
Han's ftlnrk and Tan tloae 7Vjc pr; 75- ill.
I.adlea 'Bln. k Fine Hoee like and 12 l *c pr.
Children’s Rite Hoee, 7 pairs for 24c.
• Sood Ptrong Comb Sc- and lOr
.food .farter Kinetic 5c nnd 10c yard.
Mandolin Siring- |oc ,et.
Rice Ruttona tc card; 10.- dogen.
Indies' and Oents' II mdkerchlefa 5c each;
luvlles Leather Po-kethook* 20c,
Brush ledge Skirt Binding 4c yard,
ladies' Silk l‘mlire:ia S*<- earh.
Real Ladle*' nnd Hems' Shoe Dressing
mnde go bottle; (Oc floxen
Fna.leh Needs Cnees to ' a ~h. SSe dosen
Fine line Tol'.et Hoop 3 for 10c.
Ree. Safety Pina. 2 doien fer sc.
Short Itilm. Prr 100 Pounds—
Sept 7 824 7 *6 7 774 7 774
Oct JW 7 45 7 374 7 4"
Jon *74 to 6 054 * 074
Cash iiuotatlons were as follows: Flour
firm: No. 3 spring wheat. 7!f17*0: No. 2
I red. 7*4c; No. 2 com. 40fMlc; No. 2 V :
I low 40,8404 c; No. 2 on's. 214822 c; No ■
I while. 25c; No. 3 white. 24B*S4<'. N*> 2
| rye. &38524 C; good feeding barley. Mill*', ;
i fnlr to choice mulling, 49866 c; No 1 tin
seed, s!.&*; No. t Northwestern, $1.68',.
prime timothy seed. $4'•■4,1.25; mess l* >r k
per barrel, $12.15812.20; lard, per 100 pound-.
$7064,7 074; short ribs sides, (loose). $7 7 >
7 9>; dry salted shoulders, (boxed). s*‘>-’.
4ifi 004; short clear sides, (boxed). Ml
* ?|. whisky. ).als high wines. $1.16: "u
--gars, cut Irsif, s*.); granulated, I*
confectloners' “A." $.00; off A. *s*s;
clover . contract grade. *IO.OO.
FIREMKN'M HALL TO-NIGHT.
4 Ver deal *nni llresd) Netted for
(lie Galveston Firemen.
The hall to he given by the members of
the Savannah fire department for the ben
efit of the members of the Galveston fin
department and their families will to*''
place at the Catholic Library Hall to
night. Guite a large number of ticket*
has been sold and n large attendance I*
expected. SuperlntemleiM Maguire lias al
ready remitted $260 to Galveston and l< •*
believed that the total receipt# will reach
Those who attend the ball to-nlfM
shou.d remember that It will open prompt
ly at night and close prompOy at •-
Roaenfleld'a orchestra, which *GII furnish
the music, has tendered Its services free
of charge and the firemen will not lmp*“'
upon the good nature of those who *°
kindly aid them.