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INDEX 10 HEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
M.etlngs—Ljixlrum Lodge. No. 48. F.
a a. a
Si" lal Noth'.*.—H’lwol Looks nt
Ne„ IX'pot; Uitbllc H.'hool Noti'-i’, Oli,
Ashmore, Si4.rtnli'niltn(; Hesterere* und
Masons' Supiillri.. Bivanna h Iluiktlog tt*jp
|,' Company; Buwannf*o Springs I to’ .-l,
BUCMMT. l-'lu ; Ur. F. C. Egley Mm*
HcauniMl I’ra-thc; dilate Specific Taxes.
!•. Jami-- <i. Mi low in: Tax Collector;
In] Notice, I>om.j*tle Coni and Woml
Company; I>. 11l lour Frull, nt A. M. ,v
C. W. West's; To Wlili.mi M.-Klnley ni.l
Mirk Henna. Bto.; Levan’s Table dilute.
Business Notices—Harvard 1 tier, John
Lyons 4 Cos.; A. Women of (Joul Jo.te
rn* nt. John T. Kvan* A (*o.
Amu^mifits—Koyel Mas!. Hill; At ihs
Tlx*tor. Kohsati ComiMny, Monday Mat
inee ami N’teht.
Oimw-Hitmii Cortez Cigars.
I'erfeet lUnrrs. Bio.— At laittlmore's.
M.sß. al~ Munyons Dyspepsia Cure;
Ayer's I'His; MiSlst', i'rsisl; II on, Is
I'Hls. Cantoris; Mors (or.l s Aolit I*hns
jihe; I’okr’s Dandruff Cure; Manyon e
Uy-p. psi.i Cure.
Cheap Column Advertisements—Help
Wonted; Cmploy merit W mterl; For KrrM;
For Male; Let. Personal. MlseelUnrous.
The Indite:(ion* for Georgia to-,lay are
for ;howsrs, with light northwest to south
•winds; end for Kaxtern Florida, generally
fair wet,.her. with light variable winds.
The real mean Inn id those severs! for
eign loan* flouted in New York recently
Is. no doubt, Iha I (he foreigners wan'd
the money- and the American* wanted the
Paul Leicester Ford, the aulhor. was
married in Brooklyn Ihe other (lay. Ills
bride. Miss Qrucr Kidder, p. said to have
been the original of “Janice Meredith” In
bis book of that name.
The returns from the Cuban elections
thus fur show thul only one memlier of
the Demur rode Pnlon purty will have a
•eat In the cotistttiitionni convention. The
Democratic Union party la the purty of
Pulmonarv rnnsumptlon continues to
lead the list of causes of death In the rtty
of Havana Last month there were slxty-
Itve deaths from that disease In the Cu
ban capital, against forty-nine deaths
from yellow fever.
A dlsp.it< h says that Turkey ha* yield
ed a point to the Pulled States and grant
ed permission for the rebuild lag of a col
lege at Harpont. Now. how long will It
be before Turkey will yield another point
und pay Ihut Indemnity?
If Russia should demand an Indemnity
of FJo.(u,.Wc> from China, then Germany.
England. Japan and France would prob
ably put In tells fur similar amounts; und
where Would poor old China get such an
enormous amount of money?
It aeeem." likely that death will put
nn end to the feud which ha made
Montana famous. Marius Duly, with
whom Senator Clark has been lighting In
business und lotiltles for a number of
year#, Is at the point of death In New
The new steamship line from Phllad. I
phla to the South will run to Savannah,
ns a matter of count,. The Philadelphian
wish to avail themselves of the best com
mercial facllttlea on the South Atlantic
seaboard, which are to be found at this
There are still two other parlies to hear
from Mr Bryan oflielnily with respect to
falx acceptance of nominations by them
to the presidency. Probably he meant
bis letter of acceptance to the Democratic
party to apply also to the Populists and
the Silver Republican.-.
Ia China a rich criminal under sentence
of death may hire a substitute, and be
executed by proxy. The Uerman govern
ment does not prupo*. that there shall he
uny of the proxy business In the punish
ment of the murderers of Baron von Ket
st ler and other Germans. It demands the
beads of the u tu.i 1 perpetrators of the
deeds anil their In ttgatnrs, und will not
be ■mlMlted wMh anything hex.
The primary ■ . " tiled the queatkm
of the personnel of Georgia's state gov
ernment for the next two years, hence
Ig’le Interest ie being manifested in poll
tins except In a few counties where there
ara contents. Nevertheless there should
be an effort on the part of the Democrats
to poll a full vote In November. It is due
to tht national Democratic ticket that
Georgia should give It a big majority, to
show that the state ta true to tbs prlncl
. #i of the ptaUurm,
'I IIP It'll llOVKltlllieiT ratIHI.KM.
T< •’ ot th#* Muck tpal L*uicu*- fit
XJllAtiuki * an WnirM ml> , • f'oimtH of
wi hk It #i rOMilnfil In our diaptirh**,
I <'!! .n ntitet) Mgs*ln to one of ih#'
lrol.#m> nf ifii' pr* **n linn . tutnx ly,
low t ur* hon<*#l attd efU* l**nt munic.
tv•• I gov#Tfim*nt. Thr MunldiMl L*j|fu*
U frying io #ii%# ih# problem hut it
not h m io BMotm* with mu h
•uc< **#• Th#* |Mjd r r* i'l al if* annual
fttu |Nilnt out lii 1.4 m , - .ry lo h*
done in wd* r Io hnvf gmid govi rniw ni In
<lfl* ■, lift tht pohlirwho muiw-"
clfy ikiHim F#*ktoo or rn*vr rr*d fh##
e* .>•: tiiul. if lhf*y It woukl no? I* t *
lltrlr lntrnl lo Im* kulil*<| hy th* in Th* lr
por|xi it- fh.it I lho-t who 11 r# In |joli*
Ik’!* fOf MiUll they < till k'( out of 11 to
!*• 1 th*in>olv N hiul th* Ir fri* n*lM lnf<i
oftir#'#, ami to retain the oftlrn# an long
a* iNwelU*' -
lie .ilout the wflfar* of th city 1 It* y ion
trol or for the th Int* re*ts ot lh* t ix-pay
In th k firm I*l* It Ih ltfll* uli to pet
th#* right wrt of non for M.i>or hih!
Councilmcn for two r< ihoti# One t* that
the* in# n who nr# <|ii#llfl* a <l for mi h |n>#l
tioii:- an<9 would coniK (•niloufly tJlnrharg**
tli*- lutl#4 of them < annot ofTurd to t k#*
th<*m, und In tin- tfiond plnr** tiny could
not get thrni If they w#tl)td thrm. Of
t our#** thla lro.*l it*t! ment iloct# n#>t ap
ply to tfvory city. A 1 g*nrr.ii thing,
iMiwi vrr, it Is <ornc i Th poiltUiMn* who
manage* muni* ipal (■oftlvlei# want only iho**>
men tu |g>uir whom th**v can control
Ami It h tcx often the- ■#*..* thiit in n
n part of a municipal gov**rnm* nt
for no oth* r ri .iaon than to nil In golfing
ftotn #h* iy .1 cone-*oln wl)U*h Hwrn In
dlviJuul or rorfMiratlon w mt , or 10 got
frPiiilM iip(>olntcl to |>aitiw. And the# ef
fort If to got frPneix |iov|cl * 1 for, wh lh< r
• ipahlc* of rendorlnjf any >rvlr or not.
Th** city’i* Inimot k- a n.ttcr of mln*r
• ciiihidc r.ihon
And it L remarkable how rapidly the
nuini.t r of the* official* liu rrahm. ANnoi-t
every hew ndmlnlMration makes nn** tvr
nor*‘ ne w' place*. R>pom>lßlly for *c
ing whether the* official* rrnel* r my inr
ti ular *er%ic#*, or whether ill* city could
not ge t along without *e.i of lt> offte*|nli t
does* not 100*11) to r**M A*- 1 re--
*ult, tno.-t *f tin- citu*? #*f th** country
have* many mote- employe - than they have
any Dc-t*} of. #in! a tax rate* |n <on se
quela e that fnuny of the tax-payerv ftnd
hard to hear.
It watt Fiat* el the* other duy that It would
tak pre tty nearly SlUO.MO.eit#* to meet th#
exp**n * * of the* gove rnme nt of the city
of New York thl# year Tiutt i nearly
lw!e (|5 much to* It <*o*t to run the gov
ernment of the entire T'rU'ei Htat* the
year before the Cl%il War. Itu# whtn it
i* understood that N*w York hut Rom
♦•mjdoyejt, the- co*t of the city’* govern
!♦■••t ce*M.4 to be a mailer of wonder. It
t* wife* to *ay that 10,(Mi e mploye* coulcl
Ih diep* iih# el with In that city without s#-
rioutly crippling the public service. Rut
every employe ha* a vole, and hi* name
will remain on the pay roll until hi* *•<*-
re*For be ch<wn l’nlc then* is reform
in th* matter of expenditure, however,
tfun* will I*- many bankrupt citle# before
the* time the f|'Xt cuimih |h taken.
%% tiitiH% \\tt:th % r i*# M:r.m:n.
The city ought lo puna an Orel in# tier at
<*MH* prohUcwtng the overkioding of boat#
engaged in carrying laborer# to and from
the HcalMAtrd Air Line terminal. Two •<•-
tieic*otw have occurred already und It ha*
U en only n few week# *4nce the terminal
w*h open* 11 for hui*tnes* In one of the
aceklent* #lx live* were lowt. Buch acci
dent# are liable to occur any clay.
The railroad provide# tr.m#|iortiitlun fa
ellltle# free u> pe*r.-?ofia employed on it*
wiiarve#, but the men are' n> ♦ tg r to ge t
to their hum* u <ftc-r the day’* work |# elon*
that they are willing to t ike the of
crowing the river in boat# that are- load
ed far Im vocal their cupu*ity. I*lve*ry bout
e ngaged in cafrylng engers ahou cl
he required to have a ll<*cn#e etatlng its
u|*e*lty. It I# not timmary that there
ahoulel be* a Ucciun* fre. hut there* ahoukl
Ik* a penalty for carrying more* p#pcngera
than allow# 1 *! by th* lhen#e
Tim fact that wix live* have been loat.
und that there have been two accident*,
will not deter the men from crowding Into
overloaded boat*. It i* worthy of nolle*#
that th* Occident In which live*# were# lo#t
hud no effe *t on that dung*rou# practice.
It may be *al#l that the men ought t<
know better than to crowd Into the boat*
until it P* dangerous to ntte mpt to cris#
the river in them. That may be **o. but
It doe#n*t follow that Komcthing ought not
to he don*- for their protection
I OTTO % WOT HV&IWU IIEI.II IIP li
If the Cotton Grower* X'rotectlve A#so
c-lation ha* tried to inilue-nce famvor* te*
hold hick cotton it ha# not been very
UCCeMful. NotwithMiindlng (hat It 1*
generally lell#ved that the* crop I* short
er than last year # crop, and also later,
more cotton ha** been receive*! tap to this
time than had been received at thl# date
la 1 year.
It may be th it owing to th* high prli'r
of c'otton the* protect Iv* ns#o< iation his
thought It advisable to let f irmer# follow
their own Judgment in the matter. But.
whether It hu- or not. It 1s evident that
tlw* farmers ur** not hohllng ba k cotiMi
It may turn out however, that they will
wish they had There 1* *ome ground
for thinking that the price will advance
• n*lJerably beyond wh.it It l** at present,
still tin* price 1* tempting It I* #0 much
gi hi* r than farmer# hive be*e*n accu#*-
t*un*-i to receive that m**-t of them are*
tnctineel 10 be* e.itl*rteel with It— #0 well
**atl#fied that they ur** not likely to listen
to any advice the protective association
may give. The time for the* protective*
tHMMxiaft*tf) to make u favorable Impteu-
Jtion I# when the* price nt th<* beginning
of the sea eon l low.
Bcm* of the foreign miner in the IVnn
pylvunlu coal strike district are- sold to l>e
getting ready to return to their Euro
pean home# until orderly condition# *hail
hove he#*n reatorsd. while f<*w of th •
nutive miner* are preparing to leave to
work in miner **i the hi Ifh* roa*t BiouUl
this exodus grow to anything like con
*>*brahh proportions. It might have good
effect on the situation If the operator#
mw u large number *f their men going
away, they might call them and
make concasMOfis to them.
After iotrloate *iwl W ate test** mad**
upon twenty-five men atid twentydlvc wo
men. .it*i lAD hours of aloraiory work
tor the purpoae of determining the '‘pay
chologi.ui norm/* Miss Helen |tradf#rd
Thompi-on. Ph b.. of CThicago t T nivensUy.
nm reached the imneluslon that wonuu
iiv imh mentally itiftrlvr to xmn*
THE MORNING NEWS: FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1900.
The first though* >n re-adlng th- spe la.
r port mud** t*# the Pi#*std**nt by III* laf*
I'hillppm** <'oratnkoiot) is. Why was It no
ary to h.*v hc report cabled' It d*e
11>t apiM.it to * ontstln anything of *u* o
lm(*ortance that It was n*- eteary for th#
Pre|d*‘nt to have it at once. If the
<sM* comprff)lee eh#rgcd fuii raf#*# It muwt
have cost sev#*ral rnou-und *Ud)ar .
It rPiid# very tike a camtiign doc
ument. It may h#- that the ITesklent h*l
It cabled becati** he thought it wouUA
m-#k#* goml -intpalgn rr. it* rial for the R*
puldlcat) party, md Interwled to Uf** it
as #<irn us r*****iv# , 4l. Why b* ill not itiv*-
it out at one#* I* one of th** thlngn for
which no rxfdinutlon is offered.
Th#*r* i.n not seem to *•* anything par
ticularly new *r startling in the r*i*krt
The f< :ure of It t*. of course, tn#i opln
kn #f the Commission, that the inmrrec
tl**n i# le itig k* pt llve hy the |K)t*ltlon
taken hy the Democratic party on th#
Phi.lppim* |)ist*on. Th#* RapuMlcafis
have often mil l* that #tttem*nt. however
It m.iy I*4. that AKulnuki** niel hi# udvls#r*
.ire trying to keep up a whow of
•nee until after the -teuton, with th*-
hope th *f the I►em*K-ral* will he sur.ceas
ful In th**ir •!T*r , > to elect Mr. liryun
It I# only niitur.il that they should do so
The !>**mo ratlc party 1* fnedged to deal
with the lillplnoH Just u* the Cuban# .r*
i**lng dealt with. No !oubt Agtiin.iUl
rnn..*l*m the chance fr independence
worth fighting for.
Rut ir- the report f th* Commission go
ing to do the Uepuhll* m p.irty any good ‘
Will it make vouv for Mr. McKinley? It
is very ku)htful if it will Th*** who r
Niipis*nliig Mr. Rry.in on the paramount
.'sue, nro not m> miM'h concern**#! aUut
the Filipino iti they ur** übout their 4iwn
ountry. They .m* trying to prev#*nt Ike
republic from bring lurne4| Into an em
pire. The accomplishment of their pur
-1 >**** I* of vastly mure consequence that)
th#* Immediate ahamkinmcnt by the Phil
ippine Insurgent# of their cause.
If tho purin>?** of she President in hav
ing the ( \>mtniH*ion make a report u this
tim#* wiiN to strengthen the Republi an
l*fty in the campaign, it t* #af* to
that h* made a ml-kak* . The chrg4* that
Mr. Rri’an Is helping th#‘ Fiiiplim# his
l*en matle hv ofleo by th Republican*,
with th#* hop#* of turning public sentiment
against him on the paramount beau* tha;
the rekeration of the #tutrrri>nt by the
Philippine tVimmiselon adl* nothing to it.
The people understand the actual situa
tion of afrutrs, and they are not blaming
Mr. Rrynn for trying to save the country
from Imperialism and milltiirii*n).
KAMI. LKS *lC>*e or Ml MOM.
It I# a fine thing for on*> to Ih* able to
.w nnl appr**c iat<* th* point of a Jok#*. A
good, hearty laugh i# often better than a
•lw<* of ncdicifle; and, furtherm*r*. laugh
t# r I# #i f*r*tty good index to the common
of one # liver. Th? iu* rnloa# dy#pe*jtic
eeldom laugh# at all, and never giv**# away
to hearty gufTaw# It may l>4* regarded
as* plgnlhcanr* therefore, that I*l Hun*?
Chang laugh# and long and merrily the other
day ut a story of the #l*ge *f lekin told
him hy a correspondent who went to In
Th* point of th** Joke, however, I# not
in plain view to the nv#rage American.
It may he because Am* ri< an# have not a
**l*ar insight Into the Chinese i*lea of
humor. The story which the correspond
ent told Li Hung Chang was that Mini
ter Conger hud loat aev# nty pounds of
fl#h and a part of hi# reason a# a cou
sequence of the long #i>ge un*l hard farv'
In IVkln. “Did thej’ not have m*at?"
a#ked th* old Vic# roy. "They had some
hors#' m*a r ." replied the correspondent
"Then that ts a poor recommendation for
horse meat," comm# nted th*- flri*t state#-
man of Chit u. and went off into a parox
ysm of laughter
Whether Ear! Id's rlslhles had been
tl kl*d by a mental picture of the for
merly rotund and well-groomed American
minister reduced in th h until his cloth*#
hung u|>on him in fold#, or whether It
Hashed through hi# mind that the hard
f are had been *'a hora*" on Conger, or
whether there k* aome proverb or simile
In the Chinese language upon which the
ke turned, will probably never le
knawn At all event#, LI Hung Chang
found it funny that Minister Cong# r had
liern nearly atarved, an*! had lost #evn
ty"|ound# of f!*#h from the siege and the
horse in* at If It i* the rase that LI find#
fun in I lie contemplation #>f th# result#
of hardships und suit- ring, he ought lo
get lots of nJoyin*nt out of th* 1 storie#
of the |: .xer murder# and outrage#, and
the narrative of the Galveston storm
ought to afford him much pleasure.
It I# predicted that the gold mines of
the Hand, in South Africa, will shortly
Im- re-opemsl. A trade Journal says that,
a# :t rule, there h•# been no destruction
of mining property. In a few cases tool#
an#! machinery that could be u.-'d In th#
arsenals were removed from th#* repair
shops. There could h‘ replaced at small
cost in<! with but little V<liy. Borne of
In# mines .ire full of w ater, but they could
Ih Kiws ddy pumiwal out. The mint's at
Johan *- burg are in fair condition, nnd
will pcotsrbiy is* In o|*#*rats>n again dur
ing I>e • mb# r or January, unless unfore
re'n Ullloultie intervene.
The advance in th#- prwe of coal in New
York from $5 to $7 p# r ton within u week,
without any prosp* ‘t in sight for a d-c2lno
In the price even when winter set# In.
mean# suffering an#l po--*lbly #|rath to
hun*lre#Js of ioor people in the grant city.
The 4-fleet of the strike will is* frit in
Southern cities also, but nol n# irly to so
great an extent a In the cities of the
North, where the rigor# of winter, even
under en **x favorable circumstance#,
make hundreds of victims.
Mr. Wharton Barker, the Mi l#lle-of.the-
Hoi#! Populist candidal#* for the presiden
cy, 1# a man of affaire ond sense. He
knows very well that he <ament be elected#
md #qually well that hi# making the
race will not serve to perpetual#* the fac
ta> which has nominated him He knows,
too. thnt hli* candidacy will serv* only to
decrease slightly fh#* vote for Mi Hryan
I# it hi# purpose to take n# many venes
from Mr Brvan a# he can. in order to
as! the Hepnblicons?
Hr nit tor Hour decline* to permit Ren
at or Hanna to place him tn a false |oai
tlon with respect to what h* think# of
Mr Itryan. While Hens tor Hoar doe# not
agree with Mr Bryan politically, he #*y.<
that be dnew not regard him a# a hypo
crite. but a# the leader of a great body of
ht# fellow countrymen who, "while niU-
Sik*n, ara atiil auiuoro and pan bate*"
Gen# Rtifts Rivera and Jose Al**m.in will
l*e mem her* of the Cuban Constitutional
Convention. Roth are know'll as rt> n of
ability, having hot head? and #n.rp
tongues. It is quite certain, therefore,
tb.i tiler** will he some lively -•s-lon?
*! ih4* convention, with the prosper! that
then will be soro* departu re* from th**
progiamm#* set forth In the all for the
* on vent ion Issued by the military govern
"The Governor of the Htate of Georgia.
Savannah. Ga ." was the addrn • on a let
ter r reived u day #>r two igo by Gov
Cirvller from th* A< Gng S#* retary of the
Interior, in Washington. The clerk wh*>
addressed the letter probably thought
that th* commemal * ipital of th* mate
must necessarily be the political apltal
—lt Is rumored that th* new Duke of
Argyll may mi* c**d Lord Cadogan a# I#ri
Lieutenant of Ireland aft* r the g* neral
—The German Emperor, according to the
Paris paper-. I# nt work on an epic treat
ing of hi# grandfather's life and the
Fr inco-Prussian war.
—Charle- R. Btuever, of 8? Louis. Is the
latest millionaire to di.-dributn hi# fortune
during his lifetime. ||e ho a horror of
family quarrels over wills and ha** divid
'd hi* money chiefly among hi?* children.
Mrs. Florence K. King, who w t the
only woman member of the |iw hool of
the Ohio Wesleyan ITnlversity class of
IWW, lvs Just been t<lmitt< , d to practice
at the bar of the Kosciusko, Ind., Clr* uit
The new King of Daly propor* to give
his valuable •-oil* crlon of rare oi l coins to
on* **f the state museums. H* says that
if li4j k* pi) it he would give to He irnprov*
mnt time which hi# prrttnt <lutics will
not allow him to #|>ar<-.
—Gerhart H lupimann. the Germ in dra
matist. does not have to dejn-nd on hi#
pen for n living. Ills work pays him very
well, but h* inherited one fortune md bis
wif* brought him another. Most of hi*
Investments are in r*l estate.
Mr. John Hopkins, for more thnn forty
v ir# organist at Hoch##er fafhedral. In
Englaml. di*d recently In his S**th year.
Ills last performanc#* ot th** cathedral
organ wa* a March" on the occa
slon of the death of the Duke of Baxe-CY>-
John Morely, the English politician and
'•rule, i'j on** of those who r* ad nearly all
the tim*- He ha# a b*vok before him when
lie dine# alone md when h* drlvr#. and
very often Is seen reading while h* walk*
übout some of the most crowd#*#! portion#
—Le#ll* Garter, the former husband of
the w< 11-known actress, ha# offered th#
Park Commissioner# of Chicago nny site
they may select from a number belong
ing to a company of which he U presi
dent. provided the one chosen be used a#
a children's playground. The rental will
be merely nominal.
—A Split In the Party —First Populist—
" Why. of course, the Yalier Peril mean#
the Chinese V Second Populist—" Aw.
shucks? It means the gold standard!"—
—intelligent Hustle—" They tell me a#
'ow 'Encry's boy 'as# got wounded in the
Transvaal.” Mrs. Gummin#—“Lor* a
mti##y me' And what part of ‘im might
—A Matter of Necessity.—" How can
you l#t him pay you such markd at
tention. Ethel, when you have only known
him f-r a week?*’ "Well, you know he
l*< only going to be here two days longer."
—The He semblance Was There.—Towne
—"That wa# a rather disreputable-look
i c in m \.- )•!• t > j ..s?' r Itmwin- f
"Blr That w•* my brother" Towne
"Oh' beg pardon; I might have known
that."—Philadelphia I Teas.
—A Proper Name.—" Well, I suppose If
they hiive a concert of the Power# over
China, they w ill end hy dividing it up an I
benevolently u-slinltattng It among thero
** lv# * " "Ye#. Then It will he a sacred
—Hard Place t#> Fill—New Nurse—
" Phase, mum. I can’t do a thing with the
baby He erhs all the tlm* " Mistress -
"Well, I declare! How stupid of me! Hl**
at her nurse# were colored girl -. You’ll
find some stove (lolish in the kitchen."—
N#*w York Weekly.
—Of Political Affliction Brown—^"Seem#
to me you are mighty chummy with tht
I democrat." Jone— "Well, what of it?
He’s an old-time Democrat, and nn old
time Democrat nowaday# 1# pretty near
sensible # nough to patt# for a K* publi
can —lndlana|N>lis Journal.
The Montgomery Advertiser (Dem 1
.nays: "Mr. Bryan has a g>ndly share of
that moral e*ourge which imiel* a man
to stick to W hen he b# lieve# l# right, to
scorn difficulties and iengers an*l to r* -
fuse to anticipate defeat. He tv i vote#)
down four years ago. but not for on#*
moment has h* faltered In hi* determina
tion lo fight It out again. That there arc
other und grave IssiMit involved ha# not
changed hi# financial view# and he ha#
never, so far I.- we ure aware, repudiated
one lota of his belief# of
The Peorhi (ill.) Ilerald-Traneorlpt
(Dem.) says: "It I# sei*ert#*d that If Mr
Itryan l# elected he will ‘dominate the
party and the government.' What a
change thi# will be to igc people. To b*
dominated by the man they had elected
to 4lomlnnt* 1# #om**thing that has not
happened to the people of the l’nltd
Btat**s for the last four years. If Bry in
i# fleet#*l Mark Hanna will certainly lose
The Louisville Courier-Journal (Dem i
says: "Germany I# reported to be mor
tlfled Im a Use u part of the n**w loan bas
been placed In this country. If other
European# are a# easily mortified, we
have l#*n responsible for about s2lfc.oW -
worth of mortification in Europe dur
ing th*- present year, that being the
amount of European k*,n we have
The Valdosta (Ga.) Time# says: "ki
v inn h b# ma*l* very little ado over her
contribution to the Galveston sufferers,
though she hn# given more than any other
Georgia city Huvannah's way of doing
thi# kind of work is n vast Improvement
over the blowing bra sen style of some
The Houston (Tex.) Post (Dem i says:
"Controller Coler of Greater New York
Mild to be preparing to float an addlilorul
city loan of |3,(A#KOOO at .1 per cent Not
withstanding Hepubitesn abuse of Tim
mmy t. Kepunti* an fin in i* r - are
willing to rtek New York's credit.
The Nashville American (Dem.) says
In view of the mob a; Akron, 0.. ar.d the
one u day or two since at Mnnwfield Joan
Bherinsn's old home. |t is suggested that
the President should send a peace com
uuamou to tlx own stats."
ITI;Ml* Of* IXTEMLkT.
—Mr. Treves, the greet surgeon, in his
lecture to medical stiKi.nt.- at the opin
ing of the n* w lubroom.- in the I#)iilon
Hospital, is r* port'd ;o have said that
"geniua. he took It, worn some form of
neurosis, an untabulsted n* rvous ills ease.
The f*-w |M*rson- *l genius he ha*i known
had been *-x<‘eedlngly impossible persons.
• i*sl if there w*- *m profe -lon when*
geniua was out of pin* it was the medi
cal prof#*- inn. The thing which In that j
mO4 I d*ov4 ud i|* ( * wl# hard work, and 1
#>n*- very p< ullar faculty, that of clom
Jhn W Rokwaller, In his "Through
Siberia.” says: "Bpaklng of horses, there
i’ • n**labl- law In ft* ( tu m**st of the
large Russian towns concerning them that
!• * rve# m*ntt<>n Among the cu
fl'Mi* thing? that an* t Ih* attention on
arriving in Xlosxiw ts the entire absence
of whip# among 11*> driver# of cab#, rar
raiges aid all r>rts of vehicles. (n in
quiry 1 was Informed that there Is a law
prohibiting their u • I don't (relieve there
1' 1 single whip in u.-- in Moscow. The
• x*4ilent .v.n-iitlon of the horse* attests
tl * benefit of this humane law Nothing
•un exceed th# beauty df th** wleek and
w• 11-ur4Nm*d hor#e# u-ed In the carriages
- Archbishop Williams of Ronton thus
• xplaitia why the Roman Church prohibit*
women from going to * hurrh with uncov
• r**l head? That women should wear
thlr hats in church I# heeoming to mod
• -ty .md decorum; therefore it I# what we
huuld wish in churches. In 8t Paul you
" 1,1 Wild that worn* n are out of Hie church
hw “due Into Ih# Lord's house with
•heir heads uncovered a# much a# men
would h*- to Nfipcar with coveted heads.
It I* on account, of no special law set
*k*wn that I should wish to require the
women in my church to wear head cov
ering;. but on a •' ount of the Indecor
ouHieM of their apf n a ranee when uncov
ered. It wtHiki s** ni us If they cam** to
• hun h iring little for appearance if
fa*> dti not tak* the Iroulrle to wear
b* *id < overinga. While too muoh vanity
in *lre-# is t<> he de|dor<*d. where or when
Im-iii ehouUl a W'ttnun be more careful
01 h*r |pearanee than in the Lord s
A !• rankfort nea.-ii|er," say# Con
sul \\ alter Hi hum mn in his last rejiort.
call# utt# ntion to the fact that for Home
linv* |a> 1 certain kind# of silver mount* and
glass arat porcelain wares, such as cups,
glasses. Jars, vaces, # tc.. h*v- been plac#<d
up*ai the market. The silver on these ar
tlclea Is applied by tmani of a galvan
opiaMtlc proc4 >*, in bathe which contain
very large quantitle ■* ot potassium cyan
id* A.? glased wares have lnnum*raM*
hairllke cracks, this dea*lly pol .mi enter**
er.* ke. and the article*, beautiful
to look at. Ie orm* a severe menace to th#*
health of anyttody using or handling them,
especially as it Is inqiosslblc In the court**
#>f manufacture t* remove this polsonou#
residuum. I have spoken with a member
of the firm of Martin Mayer, the |.rg4*t
manufacturers and ex porter* of jewelry in
this consular district, in order to ascertain
the accuracy of the foregoing assertion*
1 was informed that th#- statements were
perfectly true and the danger lurking In
these article* was not in th** least exag
—The Yenesuela Herald. In a report on
the recent earthquake# along th** roast
of fumana and at Caracas, comments In
thr* following manner on the cause and
effect of the##* sH.-mic disturbances:
“Many geologists believe that an ag of
active mountain formation is now in
progress all along the Northern pari of
Vanesuela; in other words, that the rocks
forming the upper portion of the earth'#
crust In thi# i*art of South America ure
gradually being crushed und folded to
gether lo form new mountain ranges if
Is a very slow process and may require
many ages for its completion; but in the
course of this lifting and landing of the
rock strata they accumulate Hiratn which
com*-limes tiecomes t>o gnat to be borne
ntiil th#*n they break, producing it mighty
Jar which appears ut the surface n# an
earthquake. Th# towns which suffered
most severely In these last *arthquak*s
■ire ui the sea dg* ami stan*! on alluvial
d#-po#it* at th# mouths of rivers, while
ih#* pl*e of origin of th#* shock# are un
rV>ubt#*dl.v in th* mountain# b, hirvl them.
This I* another Illustration of a fact fr#-
qu*nlly obiarvnl that th#- must severe r
sult* of **.)rthquakes are oft*-n outshb* the
area where the trobl#* bt'glns. the surface
being most violently shaken In neighboring
alluvial district* "
—The late**l storle# of a siilanarln# boa!
Which I# t* blow i|*f*4i#ing bittb out
of th* water and revolutionist naval war
fare. come from England, where the au
thorities hitherto have exhibited much in
*lHT# rn e m Ihe subject. It i* said that
the machine* <ll v# # with facility, travel#
well under water, and l# perfectly capable
of attaching a mine of .tin pound# of gun
cotton to fh*- lHftom of the largest iron
clad and getting out of danger before the
explo. lon which 1# to dissipate her **n -
ii i|p • i ibb i Tht be t
l# further able to discharge torpid**-?*
above n#l below water, and l# arm#*d with
quick-firing and machine gun#, with
which #he can give a got#! account of her
self upon the surfa* It l# noteworthy
that nothing Is said about either of tin
two vital qua Ultra lions, equilibrium anl
vision; ami. also, that th# vessel has not
y t b#*en arc* |*t and or tested by the ad
miralty. Her true value, therefore. I#
Mill problematical. Meanwhile the French
profess to l*e satisfied comph-tely will)
th#* behavior of the Gustave Zedc, the
Narvai and the Gymnotc, and are pie
j. iring to coiMlrue! flotilla f forty of
th*#** traveling submarine torpe<k>es. It
doe not appear that they are to b*
equipped for :igi)ting ab*ve water a# well
as U*low It
—Tire Kin* ol Scrvla's ud<l-n
rvhl.'h rr*al*<l nuch a tx'tisatlon ol th<‘
corirtH. ond. Iruß'crl. .imonc thr nation, of
Euroiio, te not Ih. rtrst matrimonial event
in the hir-tory of hte dynasty to wi the
world wondering. Tht elory of hu te*i
trim' unhappy union te .ilmoM I.K* (jml.t.tr
to hear rrp'illlon. nrilee the Do. ii s cl.
Bclim.re. Ilte father, grandeon of a
swineherd, rose to the thtcaie. married
Iho daughter ot a wealthy merchant arid
then nhiise.l her. Queen Natalle'K un
happy marriage .am.* to an end one day
when ac a cathedral ceremony she refusal,
in deitem e of custom, lo ki*s on.* of rh*
women of her court. This was an in.-ul.
lo the Kins hlm.-**lf. Feeing h>*r hesitate.
King Milan ht>ir.d lo his disobedient
spouse: "Kirs mwdatne" Queen Natalie
remained . rent amt defiant. Then tin*
King's voice rang nut from end to end
of ihe cathedral: "Kiss madam. !" t.*e-
Inc her still rebellious, ttie* Infuriated hus
band sprang a’ her throat, some say to
kill her From that day they have lived
apart For some few years the unhappy
Queen was allowed lo live tn a retired
spot with her eorv-th* only child Hut
this, too, came u> an end. and most
abruptly. When Alexander was 12 years
okl the ministers called for the boy, the
mother protesting In vain Quite as end
denly ram** King Milan's abdl. atton tn
favor of the hoy. Rlr.re then ex King Mi
lan has lived the life of a Parisian of the
FarisLins. and has Ineli a famtiter fig
ure on the boulevards, contenting himself
with guhnntry mid gaming Young King
Alexander's sodden matrimonial venture
has teen quite as startling as his father's
abdl atton. That hte Queen ts fourteen
y.ars his senior, the widow of a simple
mining engineer who committed suicide
after serious reverses of fortune, had no
effect upon the young King's decision. She
was once his mother's mut.l of h.tnor The
chance ol marrying barn princess to
please hte people, the hnlan e of power
in Europe, his father'* displeasure, were
nothing to him He loved Mm< Drags
March In and wished to make her hte
queen, therefore he merrled her. Europe
wngbl nay what it pleased.
The Quakers Are
§Ths Quaker Herl
Tonic te not only s
blood purifier, but a
Blood maker for
Bale. Weak and De
bilitated people who
have not airength
nor blood It aria •
m tonic. It emulates
direr tlon. cures dys
pepsia and lends
•trenrth and ton* lo
Iho nervotta svslent
II Is a medicine for weak women. It * •
putely veretabla medicine at'-d can be
taken bv the mart delicate. KWney Dls
eases. Rheumallsm and all dleeaaea of the
Blood. Stomach ar.d nervea ao*n auccuotb
to Its sronderfu: effects upon the human
r)t|,n. Thousands of peopla In Georgia
ncommend It. Price |1 CO.
QI'AKER I’AIN BALM I* the tndlclre
that Ih, Quaker Doctor mode all of his
nonderful quick curoa with. It's anew
and wonderful medicine for Neura.gla.
Toothache. Backache, Rheumatiem.
Mptatne. Pain In Bowels, in fact, all pain
can bo relieved by It. Price 21c and SOv
QllAKl'.R WHITE WONDER SOAP, a
mediated soap for the skin, acaip and
complexion. Price 10c a cake.
QUAKER HEALING SALVE a vege
table ointment for the cure of tetter, te
rms and eruptions of tha akin. Pries
Me a box.
FOR F4I.E BT ALL DRUGGIWTR
Ocean Steainsnin Ga
New York, Boston
rn#urpnss*<l rabin accommodations. All
ths comforts of a modarn hotel. Electric
llghi#. Unexcelled table. Tirketa include
meals and bertha aboard ship.
Passenger Fares Irom Savannal
TU NEW YORK-FIRST CABIN. L*o.
FIRdT CABIN BOUND TRIP, *32. IN
TERMEDIATE CABIN, *li. INTERME
DIATE CARIN' ROUND TRIP, *24-
TO BOSTON - FIRST CABIN. *22;
FIRST CABIN ROUND TRIP. *34 IN
TERMEDIATE CABIN, *l7; INTERME
DIATE CABIN ROUND TRIP. *23 00.
The express steamships of this tin# ara
appointed to sail from Bavannah. Central
meridian time, as 'ollowa:
IAVAKXAH TO new YORK.
NACOOCHKE. Capt ttmth, SATUR
DAY Bept K 400 p m
KANSAS CITY. Cap! Klfher, MONDAY.
Bept. 24. S no p. m.
TALLAHASSEE. ‘Capt. Aaklns. THURS
DAY. Ript. 27 ,*' p m
CITY OF AUGUST A. Capt Dagrett.
SATURDAY. Sept gIB p m.
MCW 1 OHK TO HOSTUX.
CITY OF MACON. Capt Bavape. MON
DAY. Sept 24. noon
CITY OF MACON. Capt Savage, FRI
DAY. Sept. , noon
This company reserve* the right to
change Its sailing* without notice and
without liability or accountability there
Sailing* New York for Savannah Tues
day*. Thursday* and Saturday* s:fln p m
W. Q. BREWER, City Ticket and Pass
enger Agent. 107 Hull street. Savannah.
E. W SMITH. Contracting Freight
Agent. Savannah. Gn
R. G TREZEVANT. Agent, Savannah,
WALTER HAWKINS General Agent
Traffic Dcp't, 224 W Boy street, Jack
K H. HINTON. Traffic Manager. Sa
I* E I.K FEVRB. Superintendent. New
I'ler 35. North River, New York. N. T.
MERCHANTS AND MINERS
SAVANNAH TO BALTIMORE.
Tickets on sale at company's offlea* to
the following points at vry low ratas;
ATLANTIC CITY. N J.
BALTIMORE MD BUFFALO. N Y.
CHICAGO. ILL CLEVELAND. O.
HAGERSTOWN HARRISBURG, PA.
HALIFAX. N S
NIAGARA F A LI.B NEW YORK.
First-class tickets Include meals and
state room berth Savannah to Bultlmnra
Accommodations and culalne nneuualed
Freight capacity unllmlt-d; careful han
llrg and quick dl-'patrh.
The stramrhlpe nf thle campiny ar* ap
p,lntel to sail from Savannah to Balti
more ns follows standard time):
TEXAS. Capt. E’.drcdge. SATURDAY.
Sept. 2.’. 5 s* p. m
D H MILLER. Capt. Peters. TUESDAY.
Sept. 25. S:< p. m.
ITAJk ' Capt Diggs THURSDAY, F*-pt
•; v re „ nt
ALLEGHANY. Cant Foster, SATUR
DAY Sep Jl* 9:30 p. rn.
And ftom Haltlmore Tue-duys. Thu re
duy a and Satunay* at 4.t p m
Ticket office, 112 Bull attest.
NEWCOMB COHEN. Trav. Agent.
J. J. CAKOLAN, Agent.
Set onnah, Ga.
W P. TURNER. G P A
A D KTERBINB. A. T M
J. C WHITNEY. Traffic Manager.
Oenarnl office* rtaltlmnro. M 1 *
An Open Letter
lacari knaannah, Ga.,
Sept. TANARUS, umo.
t olunibla Drug Cotnpany,
Gentlemen—l laaar been anfferlng
nltli Chill* nnd Fever for more than
three months. Have been under
treatment nf several dnelora, fried
several ao-eallrd Chill Tnalrs, none
of nhlrh brnrHtml me. | aa f |
treil one hntfle off your Smith's Chill
and Fever Tunle. and within Ihrrr
days 1 frit mark better, and nfter
ualng the second bottle I am glad to
•aj I am entirely rnred. I write Ibis
ao that you may hr able to Inform
other* who may suffer and ansrr
thrm of a eure. Very truly your*,
tklgnedl HENRY TOETTEr!
OLD NEWSPAPERS IM tor R CMU * ..
Busmres offlee liu ruing News,
l. 1.81 Of HOPf P, MO G 8 1 R'f
si ui.m li;
For Isle of Hope. Mordgomery. Thunder
bolt. Cattle Park and West End
Dally except Sundays. Subject to change
ISLE OF HOPE! ~~
l.v City tor I ol H , Lv late ol Hoi *
4N> am from Irtith . a ut> am f..t lioTtou'
710 am from Tenth i 600 am for Tenth
*® am from Tenth I 700 am for Tenth
* IS am from Bolton ; I 00 am for Tenth
10 30 am from Tenth 10 00 am for Tenth
12 00 n o from Tenth 11 on am for Bolton
1 16 pm from Bokon 'll *0 am for Tenth
2pm from Tenth j 2ID pnt for Tenth
*3O pm from Tenth j 240 pm for Bolton
4*o pm from Tenth *tn pm for Tenth
510 pm from Tenth 4w pm for Tenth
4*o pm from Tenth | 4uu pm for Tenth
TlO pm from Tenth | 700 pm for Tenth
4 K pm from Tenth I * 00 pm for Tenth
*0 pm from T- nth 900 pm for Tenh
10 30 pm from Tenth 10 00 pm for Tenth
11 GO pm for Tenth
Lv city for Mong'ry ‘~l.v Montgome^
ISO am from Tenth 716 am for Tenth
210 |>m from Tenth 115 pm for Tenth
4pm from Tenth 100 pm for Tenth
J-v city for Cat.Parkl Lv. CM tie PariT'
4 *0 am from Bolton I 700 am for Bolton
7 10 am from Bolton j I 00 am for Bolton
1 00 pm from Rollon | 1 30 pm for It lion
230 pm from Bolton | 3 00 pm for Bolton
7 09 pm from Bolton j 7 30 pm for Bolt j,,
*OO pm from Bolton 330 pm for Bolton
Car leaves Bokon street Junction l M
a. m and every ihlrtjr minutes there aft r
until 11 JO p, m.
Car leave* Thunderbolt nt *OO * m and
•very thirty minutes thereafter until
12:00 midnight, for Bolton street June,
FREIGHT AND PARCEL CAR
This car carrl"* trailer for p eti< ry
on all trips and leaves wesi side of oily
mnrket for late of llojte. Thunderbolt
nnd all Intermediate points at lOu . ra ,
1:40 p. m . 6 00 p. m
Leave* Isle of Hope for Thunderbolt
City Markee and all Intermediate po.rti
at 6:00 a. m 11 00 a. m., 240 p tr.
WEST END CAR.
Car leaves west aide of city mnrket for
West End 600 a. m and every 40
thereafter during the day until 11L p m.
I,eaves West End at 6:30 a. tn and cv.
err 40 minute* thereafter during th* day
unit! 12DO o*cloek midnight,
H M LOFTON. Oea Mrr
The Singer Piano
of Chicago, 111.
This RINGER PIANO ta sold by many
ot the leading dealers In the United
Buttes, such es Wni B’.elncrt Sons Cos.
who have the largest establishments In
Boston. New Haven or ' Providence. Also
the SINGER PIANO 1* sold by Wm
Knabe Cos., having the leading houses In
Boston. Haltlmore. Washington and New
York city, l'nerc ere a Urge number ot
leuutng nouses nanuung oi.NGEU PiA.Nu,
too numerous lo memloa.
The SINGER PIANO te evidently one of
the best pianos In (he market, or it would
not be sold by these leading houses.
It has an elegant singing tone, much
finer than most pianos, and about one-hall
the price of other tnatruments.
Call and see. and examine the 81NGER
PIANO and sove a good deal of money on
your purchase Bame guarantee te ex
tended for the SINGER PIANO as any of
Hie leading piano* of the day. and a sat
isfactory price will be given to all on ap
Whoirsal* Agents. WholeMl* Druggt*'#,
Barnard and Congre## Btreats.
& It Via, F. P Mit.t Aao.
President Vice President.
Limit lit.tr,. Jr hec'y and Tress
Sash, Doors and Blinds,
Paints, Oils, Varnishes,
Class and Broshes,
Lime, Cement and Plastci,
•nr tlkilake* Street,
■K|j| S Tablets *
SXMcKeH^^—/' n m # * ■ 1 -#<Y • •
* 9 1 BI- a* f.f
’" n Btlrte#nMMl el
jayWpK r*t- • f ii# vwth t hiti*ire i .it*..? !-■•
War • ••*#*•<••*•< cr
V Promote the Appetite
If and Put Flesh on Thin
/ Pcnnlr All •wnnlme!Mm #<i#Mfl •#>'l
r • f%n u hy th# , r
w r **" In* r#r*.#d in the par)
■ ei Srio Mw | r U.x it •)) d.uttr.M
B CPU mumh a co., knfinx m.
t tm ft)x (or anostard
liifharfd, inflftnndtt ot,
rntUinDi or ulctrittoM
•f in uruDi meoil>rt)M.
I’a in *••*. and not astria
, irrot ur poiaooon.
or SFQt In plain •rwr,
t*r *iira#*. for
•in. or s UttflM. ?s.
Ctrrntar #*unf 4311 nniwit
J. D. WEED * CO
Leather Belting. Steam Packing & Hose.
Agenta for NEW YORK RUBBER
BELTING AND I’ACKINO COMPANY
tI lllllll.t AND COLLEGES.
EPISCOPAL MIOM SCHOOL.
L M BLACKFORD. M A.. Principal.
For Roys. Three miles from Alexandra,
Va.. and dgtit tram Washington. D.
C. The -d yeer opens Kept. 3k. IMo Cata
logue sent on application to the principal
• t Alexandria
Morphine end Cocaine habits cured pain
lessly In 10 to 20 days The only guaran
teed painless cure. No cure no pay.
Address. DR. J. H HEFLIN.
Locust Urova. Oa.
Empty Melseste tlogshewds fa*
c. m. Gilbert & co.