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A TEXAS WONDER.
Hull* Great Dlaravrrf.
One vmaM bottle of Halt's Great Pt
rovery cures all kil- •> and Madder
trouble* rmoves frvl, cure* diabetao
eeminai < fnUsion*. wtak ari l ne oackv
rheumatism *ml all |rr*iruUrtib s of the
kidney* o*iJ bladder In ioth in n and
s men regulate bl *d 1* r iroul •* *n chll*
dtan If not aold b> >.,ur druggist w*ll
b** ton: m> mall on r ceip’ uf 11 one
fuali bottle i* urn m >nt’* irestm nl
and wilt cure any cas .tove
Dr K W lull, tole manut *ctur i. ' f >
R-* iJ9, Hi Loytfl Mo fo* tr * <! *
monlaiit boi l by ,t\ druggist* snd Boto
mous Cos, sa\ snnsh. Ga.
Ir K TV lfa!!. J? I* >ul. Mo r>ear
Ft:- ri a*, ship me thre* lo*rn Hall*
I * o praM. 1 bav#
*'' I O i r ->n# arose |t |\e (erfrCt
I'ftetlrn ard I rreomm nd It to my
customer* Yours trttlv.
H C GpnVRH
ADM M^ ? <>fol) Drug Store.
Oala Fa Frr IS
mh ykt it* ou:nrnm.
llrnioa | *llll Mleivtu anil Mmcli llntn
age Mm> He Unite.
Houston. T* x . Sept. 27.—'The Brazos
nr |* Htlll rising a: Wa o. and am ov r
flow now sei me certain. The rise ha*
been more rapid thl* evenlpg than at am
time pievlously. and a me -age from K**j'
perel reports a fre*h rise there, and a
more rapid one than the first.
Tie river at Wa* o lark*-*! h few Inch* s
of leaving ils hank- a* * o. lo k and wltn
the proven# ouMook m overflow 1* e *
most certain Thp u i* r Is fen feet b
low the high sain mark of 109 hut
does not have to reach tha point 10 over
flow thousamV of acres of the Ixatom
Advices from the lower Ifrmsos Unlay
ar to the rff. t Mint backwater ha* tn
tiiidi* ert the lowland*. lEhal, I f.*t sprln.T.
but had not broken over Its hanks.
The river h- with the *x* rption of a
few hour* yesterday morning. lieen con*
a s* tiv rising fcr six U' n ie>rl break
er as to length of t.m*
The Trinity |s again rising at Fort
Worth arul Pallas A special from the
former place ►avs the bottoms re in
iurdated t* a |>tti of i.m* - or four f
and the situation has a very *< rlou* >-
|>ect Just now.
The reports from the Lower Trinity say
that the first fkvd is parsing without
vnoch da mag i The rb* In the Coloralo
has reached ('olumbU' and two t en is In
the Routhern l*a. ifl* bridge have gone, in
terrupting railroad inffi. to the west.
RED ( nofh |> <.\l.\|>ro\.
*•**#*• Dim. oily la Kiitcrlnipril In
Galveston. Tex., Sept. 27—Th* Galves
ton auxiliary of Hip American National
Red Cross Society wa* organised to-,| rt >
*hpn tljp It* 11, f Committer. o|*-radtig un
der thp Central Relief Committee and hc
l,n. 11 >' Ib-llef AiNXliillM were amalga
mated. All the public rpllpf work will
hereafter bp conducted through Hip aux
iliary and It lx Intended to make a perma
nent organisation. Thp officers will lie
Mina t'lera Hart on hut recovered from
her nine*, and she was Introduced to tnr
Central Committee to-d*\. To-morrow
nhe will address the . ommitiep on the
ttihje t of homebolldlnir.
the rullroeda have succeeded In trans
ferring the undamaged wheat front the
cart which were standing on the tracks
In Galveston .luring the atorm and the
wharf company lx rwvlvlltx It Into lit
elevator.. The Wheel In the I. .11.10, of
the ter* was wet. Thl* i* alao Itelng
tranaferred Into other < at*. There art not
aulttclpfit faellt.ip* in tiulve.toii fur dry
ing all thie grain and anangefflent* have
been made to aend a lot of It to New ttr
|pan* and other (mint* for irpetment
There are ovt r one hundred carload* of
the damaged at lift
The railroad* are art 111 having trouble
In getting men o work, both In Galveston
wild up In lhe tate. There I* an amount
of work to he done on all line* anti men
have their choice of Joh*. t'ottnn
flicker* up the vtate are Irelng
(•aid from 71 cent* to 11 per lat pound*
for pit king ilMtou, find negro laborer*
shove quit the rallroud* t. work in the
field* for the hlglter wage* The Hanta
F# Road I* to bring *om* * Italian* from
Chicago to work at different |ri)iit* north
of Galveston anti It I* reported that the
Roulhern Pa IH. will bring a large num
her of Uexban* to wink on Ita line* in
Eastern and Central Ttx.i*
The trouble In Galveston I- not only with
liborera. but with carpenter* a* well
Nearly every mm in town who lx not n
carpenter I* trying to get a carpenter to
■work for him. anti It ha* bulled the mat
Fund* for Galveatnn.
Washington Sept 17-Cardinal Gibbon*
haa sent a pet*on! request to nil Ihe
fta*tor*. boih regular and secular. in till*
nrrhdto-. **• for i o.:< ttoet* on ttunday. Oci
J. in aid of tin Galveston sufferer*.
Pit YU . ll* t\ t *I It IKK.
A wgtasla Workmen Wnnf Increased
Pay tor Alubt Work.
Auguata. Gu . Kept N —The second
►trike on Augusta's burnt block occurred
to-dey. Borne lime ago there wax a strike
of the eurpenler* employed by Contractor
NcKenaie on the White store, Hqtel Al
blon and Miller Walker's building. After
*n Ineffectual struggl of a week or two,
they went back lo work al the con
To-day the union painter* on tbeae
buildings struck. In the effort to com
plete the big block a* soon a* possible
the building ha* pro. redd at night by elcc
trl light, and now the same course , la-.
I"g pursued with the painting. The palm
ers are demanding for the night w..rk a
to tier cent, advance In wage. Technically
they denmii.t "for all overtime work" pay
t he rate of •regular lime and half time
Instead of SO cent* an hour aa In the day
they demand 47< cent* en hour for night
work Contractor Mcßmste refused and
w-11l fill the place* of the strikers as fal
TO TI NKKI. Kt<*T RIVKR.
ttnpld Trimil rommlHlnnm Ham
Innntl f Brooklyn.
Npw York. Hapl 27. — At th* meeting of
the Itapld Trnnalt f'omroiesloners thl- hl
t moon resolution •> naseed for <i
tunnel to Brooklyn. Thr rnulr la the ora
f.tvored by Controller I'okr. who n>ka
nri eattmat* Hint the cot of rororurtlft
t>( lb* tunnel will he about pi,tJfa(.fx>.
f nrpmiara anal Jnloara,
Kcranton. FW . Kept 27—Th* convention
of carpenter* and Joiner* of Amert •
waa practically brought io a close to-day
whan th# national olWcera wcr* elected
pithough th* convention will l># formally
dltmlated to-morrow morning. TV D
Huber of Yonkera. N Y . wa* re-electeJ
pr*ldnt and T J MrOulr* of Philadel
phia i again chosen secretary. Th*
ofhoa of treaiurer and secretary have
t**n mad* separate and J. E Pott* of
. Boaton, Maa> waa elected to th* newly
*1 III.* I \TI\I K TO IIUTI IT.
(irrsißß i'rra* m I nulitruTa %n*wer
In (•rnnani'i >ote.
Tieriln. Hept T> —The German press and
foreign nfll-e * ontlnue to deny that
iSr* at Rtltain has rrjeeiel Germany's
j'o-al They al o . ontlnue to tdam* the
Tutted Hiatcs for th* recantly revived
<*hlnce ob*lura* > and the renewed evi
dencea that the Chinese Intend to resume
hoMilhltf on a kirg* plan.
The Berliner Tageb .itt a’one advises
fierniany not t<ex|M< i h f tvorabb an wer
t iec proposition from lx>ri Bullsbury.
his i.*h to *.irefu||. preserve inti
rn.*e r*latlcn w.t , the Fnltel States
forms the keynote of •!•* f*oli ' “
It Is noth . able that the pr*** generally
di- itsses Ku*la - Independent a Hon
mlkliy ami does not even condemn tier
n.* iMir*.* In \lnn'hiiria aial Mongolia,
while the latest move of the United Htates
f<*r tnde|>mlenr ilon Is severely con
demned t*> the Mini jmjm is. Heine of the
sheets, like the (biogne da*
seti * ami the Btr.*-sbtirg Post have .veil
bes om, quite sarcastiqg and are a-king
suu* ewsfully fi- peace with Pilnce Tutu.
%V % %lf II %*1 HOW 1.11 l |IOW\.
x lilhltlon of Englbh l*nlltlral
IrtMtdon. Bept. 2* —George Wyndham.
parliamentary under-secretary of state
lor w.r. who went laat evening to s|*'ak
m fnvor of tii** Fnionlst c.indldate In Hat*
tersea. I/xhloii. had .i very hostile recefx
thm th* band- o 1 ie Itadi. air H< w.s
rhouted lown toy a tH>wlinK crowd. Mini
*omp*lled io atwrahm his attempt to
M • k. iiu he fought Ins way ttirrugh the
hole crowd, winch In admiration of hl
courage, cheered Idm heartily.
A. Joseph I'iioniberlaln. mretsry of
slate for the colonies, address
ing a In ion i-i metlng at Tun*
stai. referritig to the * , muehro*ym
growth of Liberal and Imporl.iher*’* and
w *rned the country that If the Liberals
were returned <|ower they woukl re
ore lridef>eiii|< nee to the Doer republics
Hilt % I HIM* WMltitihßHi.
% l uiliimv Inspector *npende<l aad
n surveyor lr u •ert.
New York Sept. 27 —The Times will say
One customs Inspector la under suspen
i'n ami a deputy surveyor of the i>ort has
ben a< **used of *'ollusti>n with sumgglers
In passing dutiable goods Into this coun
try. The accusation Is based on an auto
graph confession made hv Mrs M fthana
han. a dressmaker of 11 Hast Forty-sixth
•tret, whose trunk, containing many Paris
costumes, was seised a: her house after B
End been |a**cd by the Inspector.
The asm** deputy surveyor Is accused of
having accepted bribes from Mrs. Hall, a
<*h igo dressmaker, whose trunk was
seised after ti had been passed, and while
It was h*‘tng t ken away by n Waldorf*
UIIHUIM. % I.oll' %t%T4M.
I iislrsl Ray He Had Between Tailor
and \ union.
New York. Bept. 27 —ln view of the
strong desire on the part of Kastern golf
players to sea match beiween J. H. Tay
lor and Harry Vardon. Mr. Tay for.
through his manager. Mr. Coxe of Golf,
to-day. In writing, made the following
ll* (Taylor), will play Vardon. a 3H
hole mu toil on Oct. 9. on the links of
that club in (he metropolitan district,
which will offer the lirgest purse for H ~
• xhi hit lon. the entir* anvuint of the purse
* go to the * Salv**.ion relief fund, thmu#: i
the Chamber of t'orntner.** of New York "
*ald to Have lldort Rreael.
New York. Hep?. 27.—The barge office
officials it the request of the police of Mi
lan Italy, are wat chi tig every ship that
comes in for Matirlclo Magllala, whose sl
legert r**al nam* Luigi (Iranolll. wanted
1 > lh* police of Milan for alleged particl
lunion In King Humbert's murder. They
say he sailed with Brescl from Paterson.
N J . to Italy on May 1. last, and Is a
4.1. alter In tlte Price of Splrlta.
Cincinnati. Sept. 17.—An advance In the
price of spirit* went Into effect to-day.
The basis wa* advanced from ft Jg to 11 27
Thl* advance I* not thought to have hem
warranted by th price of i.trit or any
other sit ti condition, and In looking
for a ißii-c the *plrll* Inierr-t* here at
tribute to Hie dtalillcrs simply a desire
to get greater protlts now while the trade
The Prohibition f ampalun.
St. Paul. Minn . Sept 27 —John <1
Woolley and Henry B Metcalf received
aln any reception here to-night Twenty
seven hundred tieopic attende*! the tern
I'st.tnce rally liehl al Ihe Auditorium Mr
Metcalf made the operdng address, te
t citing three ebeersl Mr WoHey follow
•si. al-o receiving an ovation.
The Constitution noil the 1-Tag.
Editor Morning New. In your rdllo
rial In to-day - * paper on Ihe apeech of
S nntor Beveridge, you refer lo the statu*
of the Filipino*, and bring up the very In
teresting question: If the constitution fol
low* tlte flag, are Ihe Filipinos already
■ itlxeiis of Ihe Cnlled Stale*?
1 think Mr. ltryan uses that argument
In the rase of Porto Rico, where our gov
ernment Imposed a tariff But It must lie
evident lo every Southern man lhal the
question whether the constitution follow*
ihe flag. will. In Ihe event of McKinley - *
election, become a very momentous and
serious otv In u- Because, Judging the
Republican parly by their act* In tlr*
freeing Ihe negro, and then making Iwm a
.-Risen with the right to vote, they will
not hesttat* lo announce hy the year 1904
"that the constitution doe* follow ihe
flag." and that the lYrto Rican* and Fll
ipinos ate clltxenx and no! subject* Thl*
i* a logical conclusion a* lo ehe program
of that party
When they get there then they will no
doubt make stale* out of I hi* new terr'-
tory. and place In Congrett* probably rtfty
adilltloniil rrpresetitmives -all car|>e|-hn*-
S srs—to do the htddlng of the Republi
cans, and hy thl* mean* reduce the
strength and Influence of Ihe South
They mu*l ellher do thl* or openly
adnpt *n imperial and colonial policy.
Mr. Bryan favor* getting rid of the
Philippines at once.
Which shall W he* Reader.
Blatestioro, Ilii Bept. 27.
Liverpool t niton Statistic*.
I.lverpoel. Bt't Following are the
weekly col ion statlallcs: Total sa.es of
all kind*. 17.<>*> halee; total sale*. Amerl
.n 12.‘>. Knglish spinner* - takings, 29.-
mi. total exports. 2.': lmiirl of all kind*.
4.'..fltvi; lm|tort. American. M.IWI St.sk of
all kind*. 189.1*10; slock. American. 13.8M0.
Quantity afloat, ab kinds. tsi.tnO; afloat,
American. 49.n0 Total *ale* spe. u I*l lon,
L.. Total tale- to evporl.r,. bsi
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
Baani the /H? y
THE MOKMNG NEWS: FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 2, 1900.
rbroalr tutur* am thaw, whieb
Dr. U*ttus)' tr*-aU rxrlu.ltel). For SO he ha, ronßned hi, praeth-e lo thl, • la,, of com
plaint* In men and women, and the uniformity of hit cure* ha,
won for him world wide fame. Men who hate lot youth - * tlcoraro
madi' .irons and whole again by thl, thoroughly mnitttu
* ' tlonal treotrr.ent of Ir Hathaway - ,. No medicine wtth ,lmpie
au ■ tem|<orary toote rße. t ran euro you; you need ttreatment whlel,
WHN "t will go to the foundation of jour trouble and wipe It out. menially.
?J nertoutl) and pliytleatly.
All form, of Chroole tu.oaH. In. hiding Varlcnrele. Htrteturo,
IHMr Blood PoIMOIDC. Kidney and frlnary ronplalot,. etr . are
rured by fir Hathaway - , ,y,tem of treatment.
. Ha will be mad to hate you write him orraUalhtaoffiretor free
at ' nation and ad ii <■ It, will alto tend free, port-
| paid In a plain wrapper, hi, new fA pa-e book "Manllnesr. Mgor,
Health -- —toan;.oo. manor woman, who aufler,from any ehrooto
* I dlteaM or weakness.
4. NEWTON hATMAWAY. M. O. .yfflee hir,- .o 12 m. 2 to and 7to
Ur. II at ha way A Cos.
2i "A !•>.. simi. Savannah. Os o p m. Sunday 10 s. m. lo 1 p m
(.HIS TNhIH Fit I* Ml THE SLIP.
Itvtf Kept Ilia I lolhca nml f award
•Ilmi a U**n Tramp to ihc t M>.
Thr*c i. ifors who I*v a ong the line
of the Bcahord Air Lin* went fo the Fan
tral It■ t night h foie ia*t with the pur
pose of starling for home They had with
Uicm at it t* r* and valise as the common rc
ccpupTe for thHr l*cWnginxs They reach
ed the depot In dm im* and got on the
train, hut jut before it -tarled two of
Itu* negroes b< i 1* I that they wanted to
see a hit mor* of the town, that It was
100 -.sin to go home yet anyway, and that
they wcukl sry oxer for awhile.
iic t,f the party that readied this de
ciftion was the one that hid poaseaslon
of the valise. Without mor* ado. after
they had *.-tled the momentous question
r gar ding t i*dr further r. sldeoce tere,
without not if v itig the third member of
the party tbe\ got off the car anti starte.l
to see the town. Number three, oblivious
of rh perfidy of his companions. h.l
conepos**! humelf for a comfortable ride,
and had gone several miles from the city
before h* bethought himsolf of the al>-
sence of his friend*.
A hurried search through the cars quick
ly convinced him that they were not
aboard a tat he readily ami *-orrertly. h*
whs afterwards ascertained, decided that
their absence - ould !*• wo minted for by
the fact that he had a suit of ■ lollies In
the satchel, and that the satchel was
Ir their possesion. He was equally quick
In deciding wh.it steps were necessary
for him to tak* In order to recover t•
clothes, and at the first place the train
stopped he got off and footed It hack to
the city, as there wae no other way of
reaching It without con skier a bio delay.
When h*- reached here, away in th
small hours he told hts trouble* ami sus
picions to Patrolman Broom, and the offi
cer with equal promptitude started for
Yamacraw to look for the culprits Meat -
time Patrolman Best had seen the two
men with th* satchel at Barnard street and
liberty lane and thinking something
about them suspicious, had stopped them
But their story tu-aig piausihle one. had
allowed them to go on. In his search
Broom met Best nml told him the story
of the mer. and lies* taking hack, went
hack on LMierty street. lie found the
men at fruit statu!, and t*ok them to
the barracks. The idalntlff also went to
the barra ks, but ref need to |rr*fer
charge*, being satisfied in securing the
return of his property.
LOt %l. PERSONAL.
Mrs J Nelson will rsturn to-day from
Mr Kd. Klkan of Atlanta Is a guest of
Mr Waring Rueaell will return from
Mr. M M. Klkan of Macon ts registered
at Ihe Pulaski.
Mis* II irtict Scales of Atlanta l* a gued
of Ihe Pulaski
Mrs. II b iMstn of Atlanta I* registered
at the Pulaski.
Mr O. II Jones of Atlanta Is a guest
of Ihe I>e Soto.
Mr 8. J. Jones of Klngxland Is rcglster
cl at the B. re veil.
Mr J D. Bradley of Hagan I* register
ed at the Bcreven.
Mr. Garland Smith of Aehen* lx regis
tered at the Pulaski.
Mis* Mary K Baker of Charleston I* a
guest of lit.- Pulaski.
Miss Kauri llhi.-kshear of Athens I* it
guest of the Pulaski.
Mr. K. F. Campbell of Jacksonville Is a
guest of the Pulaski
Mr. 8 G. l-ang of Banderavllle 1* regis
tered at the Screven
Mr Kd K. Hy. k and family will return
ftom N<w V.trk to-day.
Mr. John O. M Daniel of Waycrosa Is
a guest of Ihe Pulaski
Mr. C Amorv Itexter of Columbus Is
regblered al Ihe Pulaski.
Mr William P. Waterhouse of Beaufort
l.- a guest of the Pulaski,
Mr J. M Reynold* of Waynesboro I*
a guest of tin- Screven.
Mis* Sarah I- iWham of W'oodville la
registered at Ihe Pulaski.
Mr. II- R- Barrow of Biatrianburg Is
registered at the Pulaski.
Mr A I*. Brantley of Blackebear Is
registered al the It.- S.WO
Mr T. C. Cole left yia Ihe Seaboard Air
IJn. yesterday far Richmond
Mr D. Adams left via the Seaboard Air
Une yesterday for Jacksonville
Mr* John Heard Hunter left via tlte
Southern yesterday for Dansvllle. N Y.
Mrs W. A. Rtsbre arrived front New
York last night on Ihe City of Augusta
Mr Lewis C. C.regg of Atlanta was In
the city yesterday, a guest of Ilia IV
Tlte Mi**e Anna McNeil and Kfllc Mc-
Kt„ hern of Marlow are guests of the Pu
Mr. I.- A Dorr of Augusta was In the
city yesterday and registered at the Pu
Mis* K lie Grady vnp * passenger on
the City of Augueia from New York last
Prof I-eo W Mehrtens arrived from
Netv York on Ihe City of Augusta last
Mr. J B. Hart Held, agent of Al G.
Field’* Minstrels, Is regUtered al Ihe
Mr O. W Warren and Mr. R. J. Wil
liams of Swain#boro are guests of the
Mr O. F H McGee of Amerlcus was In
the elty yesterday and registered al Ih*
Mr. A. C. VonGrlndell of Augusta wis
in Ihe city yesterday and registered at the
Mr and Mrs T M Applegate of Atlanta
were among the arrlvafs at the Pulaski
Mr H L M*s of Seward, was a pur
s. iis-r for New York yesterday on Ihe
Tall-thas*. - *
Mrs. Frink 1.. Pickering was among
Ihe passenger* of the City of Augusta
from New York last night.
Misses L K Furrer and M M Furrer
are passengers on the City of Augusta
from New York lasi night.
M*sr P R Lanier and Geoiae M
Will cox of M.-Bae were among the arri
vals at the Pulaakl yeaterday
Mrs A 8 Ouckenheimar and family
ar* among Ih* passenger* of the City of
Augusta from New York last night
Mr J Sullivan, and Master J. J Sulli
van. Jr., are passenger* on Ih* Clay of
Augusta last night from New York.
Messrs. R. C. Moore. K. O. Fleeawood.
Rulllaa Jefferson, Jr., L. W. Haskall, Jr.,
r.<l L, A ton loft y<**„r4y to ,ntr
th. I’nlv.ntlty of Maryland, going to Bal
tlmorf on th. Itaacn.
Mr*. It I. Aral.rron and Mi.,tar An
• l.r.in nr. |>a,..ng.r on h. City of
Augutta from N.w York la*i night.
Ml*. Kait. Cobb of Brooklyn. N. Y., t
In th. rlty. vlolttng h.r uncle, Mr. Chart.#
lA?van. Ml.a Cot>b will ,p.<l the win
ter tn Savannah. H.r time will not tie
glim up .ntely to p>ure and enjov
mrnl of the Houthern climate, a* she
will iontlnue her *tudy of music while
Hev Arthur J Smith of the First Pres
.byterlan Church, arrived on the City of
Augusta fmm New York last night, after
ti va< aton of two mom ha. which h. spent
*ll • 'rip on the Bt. lASrtno, and n
New York and Massachusetts Mr. Smith
■ <>m. liHck gr.atly invigorated, atal anx
ious to Iwgln his chup-h work He will
outline his plans for the winter In two
sermon,, wrhlch he will preach Sunday,
one tn the morning, and the other In .ie
This is dance night at Iwle of Hope.
lVsptte the advance of the season, merry
crowds of young purple go out.
The m> eting of the officers of the First
Infantry that was to have been held to
night at the Regimental Armory has been
postponed indefinitely hy order of Col A
The friends In Buvannah of Mr. and Mrs.
Albert C. Font ham of Chicago, sympa
thise with them In the death of their lit
tle son Albert, which occurred at their
home In Oak Park a few day, ago Mr.
Kttrdiiam ,i> a resident of flavannah
about tiv. years ngo. and was connected
with the L*uditen A fist re Southern Music
i a ,
t RESCUS WON tilt. ST AKES.
Work of Fawaona Trotting stallion
on Rendvllle Track.
Ronton. Sept 27 —Creaceua. the king of
stallions, added a Jewel to his crown to
day by winning In five hard-driven heats
the fentno race at the meeting of the New
England Trolling Horse Breeder, - Asso
ciation on the Ftcadvllle track
So much a favorite was the son of Rob
ert Mctiregor before the great trial began
that the |nl, were barred against him.
It looked for two heats as If the great
stakr would be wrested from the king by
that wonderful little trotter. Charley
Herr, the winner of the Massaehusetta
stake race last year. Rut gamey as was
Charley Herr, his strength wss not equal
to the task and his star set tn the third
heat when Cresceus beat him at the wire,
i bice after that, tn the fourth heal, tha
I.exlngton horse made a wonderful bid
lot tin race, leading to the three-quar
ters and then being beaten out on the
stret di hy Cresceus. who seemed to have
marvellous speed just when It meant so
much to him
The d.ty was |>erferi for the race, and
• lie track white looking a trifle soft was
evidently prime footing. The crowd must
have gone well over the 2a.OUU mark.
Stallion championship, free for all. purse
Cresceus 2 2 111
Charley Herr 1 12 2 2
Oration Boy 4 2 2 2 2
Arton 2 ISIS
I eint Vincent ft 4 4 4 4
Benton M ( & dls.
Jupe 7 dls.
Time 2:7',. 2:<r7>*. 2tn*,. 72 V
Three Fa, writes Won.
New York. Sept. 27—Three favorites
won at the Gravesend track to-day . Sum
First Race—AltotW six furlong# Mo
drtne. & to 2. won. with Meehami*. 5 to
2. second and I nmasked. 8 to }, third
11,nr 1 In
Second Race—One mile and a sixteenth,
selling. Serrano. 3 lo 5. won. with Com
pensation. 6 to 1, second, and Alslke. 15
to I. third. Time lift.
Third Race—Five furlongs, selling. Cher
ries II to 5. sun. with loick. 7 lo 2. sec
ond. and Candle. 9 to 2. third. Time I:H2
Fourth Race—Ocean View handicap, one
mile and a sixteenth Killashandra. 910
10. won. with Gonfalon. 7 to 2. ae.ond. and
Greenock, lu to 1. third Time !:t*
Fifth Race— About six furlong*. Tela
mon, 7 lo 2. won. with The Rhymer. 5 to
t. second, and l)r. Itailow. 10 to 1, third.
Time 1:12 t-5.
Sixth Ha< e— One mile and seventy yard*
Regrade. t> to 1. won. with Radford. 1 to
3. second, anti West Haden. I to 1, third.
Time 1:17 2-6.
RBSILTS t\ THK DIAMOSD.
< inclnnnll Won by Httneblna tills In
Ihe Fourth Inning,
Plltsbnrg. Sept. 27.—Cincinnati hunches!
hit* In Ihe fourth Inning, while Pittsburg
could not touch Newton when men were
on bnxttt. Attendance 3.600. Score:
Pittsburg ....0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 o—l 7 2
Cincinnati ...0 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 1— 7 1
Itaiierles: Waddell and Zimmer; New
ton and Kahoe.
3en lurk Real Philadelphia.
New York. Sept. 27—The New York*
won from Phllndelphl* to-day by good
halting In Ihe fourth Inning. Score:
Philadelphia .0 1000003 I—4 51
New York ...1 0 0 4 0 1 0 0 X— 11 7
Batteries: Dunn, Douglass end Mc-
Farland; llawley and Grady.
Brooklyn Won From Nnston.
Brooklyn. Bept. 37.—MeCHnnlly wa* In
vincible to-day except In the sixth Inning.
Attendance, 2.100. Score: R.H.E.
Boston 0 0 0 0 0 * 0 0 0-2 6 3
Brooklyn 0 *IOOO3O x—l 9 1/
Batteries—Willi* and Clarke. McGinnlly
STORM XVAHVIVQ TOWERS.
Government Will Free! Them on the
t oust of Florida.
Jacksonville. Fla.. B*pt. 27.-The (.ov
einmeiit I* preparing to give the eo#*l
rrsldenta of Florida it more sallafactory
signal service In Ihe event of approaching
A J Mitchell, section director of the
weather bureau for the stale, ha* receiv
ed *everal tall tower*, mtde of ateel,
which ar* lo be erected as siorm warning
towers tn different eectton* of the etate
One of the tower* it to be erected at
JacktonvUe. one at Fernandlna. on* at
Miami, ons at Fort George and two at
other points not yet designated. Each of
the tower* la 76 feet high. From thee*
towers It Is proposed to hoist the atorm
signals day and night, and aneometers
will be on each of the tower*
FO YE’S | FOYE’S | FOYE’S
The Store of Real Economies
MRS. GOLDEN, who has charge of the Millinery Department, says she will have
“The Prettiest Hats in Town,”
And the Cheapest, Too.
Thank you once more for the many compliments. We expected your cordial ap
preciation of our efforts, but we are none the less pleased with getting it.
It would be easy to give some startling figures on prices if we chose to do so,
but we’d rather you find out for yourself with the goods before you. \
You can’t tell whether a price is low or not until you sec the goods. So come
and see, and then ask.
Wc are making special inducements in every department.
We want your trade, and we think we know how to get it
Good goods, the very l>cst service, and low prices will build up this business.
Every inducement that wc offer is one that a store may be proud to make and
customer glad to accept.
p. T. foye. “
.\ Watch for announcement of our formal openinfl.
N inilK ITTELLIGK.Vt K.
Maltrra of Interest tn Shipping Mm
The Merchant* ami Miners’ steamer Al
leghany ha* been docked, acrapey] and
painted at the Columbian lion Work* and
ha* sailed from Baltimore for Philadelphia
10 become the pioneer steamer of Ihe line
between that port and Savannah
The steamer New Orleans, which has
been laid up for repair# al the Columbian
Iron Work* has got#- Into commission un i
sailed for Providence.
The Dorchester, from the Providence
route, will go on Ihe Savannah line.
Capt. HKlupx. of tg< Alleghany, who
haa been on his annual holiday w.ll lake
command of the steamer Itasca, relieving
Capt. Dlgga. transferred to the State of
The Berkshire will go fiom Baltimore to
Philadelphia to take position on Ihe new
line to Savannah.
The tug Huntrey.- I* receiving repair* at
the foot of Hast Broad *!r*n. prepara
tory to being used In oy*ter drr Iglng
around Wilmington Island.
A small strati* r is being built si
Rourkea dock for Ihe (Vmier Oyster
Company. SI,.- will he a small t-tent
wheel boat, and will he used principally
in oyster dredging Th. holb-ts and ma
chinery are being put In now.
Passengers by- ktegmsblps.
Passenger* by steamship Itasca for Bal.
11 more yesterday- F. A Lawton. J K
Hlsphaum. I* W. Haskell. Jr.. K A. Fleet,
wood. 1. C Misue, Rollins J<ffcisc,n. Jr
Passengers arrived lasi nlghl fiom Bal
timore on steamship Dorchester—J. Ktse
man. Mis. Westlake. Mr* llender-on
Mis* llemJersoii, M4s t- - Maynard. \lt*
T. J barn B. M. Cameron, Mr*. Rodi
• run. Mr. Hunter. Miss T. Grace. Mis*
K Walsh. Mr*. G. J Jergu.-on, II Yeat
wood. Mr. Weal lake. Miss J. 8 Blanchard.
B. Cole, Mrs. Capt. Maine*. Mr Bodl
gruex. D M McKay. Mis* Knglerth. Mis*
W*l*h. J. u. Fergmton.P. Egan.
Pa*engers hy steamship TalUhasaee
tor New York yeater.lay—E. Bwlndell.
Mi- II II flardaw.y. Cap!QJan
rr*. Mis- 1-lssle Black Mis* Kate N Pet
ty. Miss May orr. Mias Myrtle Roan
Mm. T. J. Miller and son. Capt. J C.
Darrah und wife. Mr*. J J. Barrett!
lotwrence Barrett Mis* Nellie Barrett.
Wxklchl Otsuka. Mr*. Annie Cob-. F. Li
mar. K llerxog. Mr* L. B Kt.ner*.>n.
Ml** Kslelle Hogg. William William*. A.
W William*. T. K W alker. 11. Biimst. In
J. C. Dreyfus. Bldney Band. T. M llar
tyn. Mr* Drane. Miss Durham Mis* If
Hcale*. Royal Cook. A Hletner. Miss L
Blacksrar. Mis* Garland Bmllh. Bam T.
Evan*. J R. Moor. Mott,- Martin. Airn-ry
Dlxter. W. p. Johnson ami wife. .vl!*s
Klnta Myers. Mr*. A. Mode. W. R Jun -
Mle* T. Myers. Mr*. T Miller. Mr Miller.
Mr. Crackowaner, W. L Fl.-mlng, llenry
Pt-araon. Mrs. Bergh. Vila* Pearson. L
Walker and wife. Mis* C. T. Raker, Ml**
A. W. Rebl. O. II Joiks, | c. Gregg, C.
W. Lane, and thlrleeu Intermodlaie.
Passenger* by vi.-amnhlp City of Au
gusta. New York, for Bavatinah. S. pi 25.
■ —Mie* Mary K. Pierce, Mrs. Waterhouse
ami children. I-'. 8 lltHlg.-s anil wife. Mis*
8. E. Owen. Mis* L. H. Kinsman, C. R.
Harvey, A. 8 Fisk, 10-m Ranks and wife.
; Rev. A J. Bmllh. C I*. Lulkin. Ml<* L
j E. Furrer. Mr* J. C.rrlherg, Master J. J
1 Bulllvan. Jr., F. M Hweitrlnger. K. T.
1 Jervey and wife. Mr*. H. L Hemlersan,
Master Anderson, W K. Dow and wife,
Mis# L. E. R. Hymen. MU* M. Henderson,
Mr*. E. Randolph. Miss, M M Furrer,
MU* M 11. Boggs Miss .M B Kllloran,
L. A. Parent Mr*. A B Gucketthglmer
und family, Mr*. F t. l’i. kerlug. C Wolff,
George Phillip*. MU* Everell. Mis* E M
McDuffie. H. B. Lewis. MU* Tlngley. MU..
Julia Hpler. E. F Clark. Master I* Clark.
Mr*. E. F. Clark and children. E. K
Broadu* ami wife. Mrs. F. Rearer. 611s*
A. Slckel, MU* P. L. Most. Mrn T A
Goodrich. Mr*. J. 8. Luxford and daugh
ter. MU* K. Madtlox. Mr*. W. A. BUbcr,
R. n White, wife and children; K J
Tlenka nnd wife. l>r. VatiMarler, J Sul
livan. Mr*. F. L Wing, child and nurse,
Mr*. Speyer. H. 8. Levy and wife, MU*
Grady. Mr*. Park. Mrs. A Koppe. Prof.
Is w. Mehrl.n*. l>r lies-,, Mr- r
Webb. Donald and HownnL Webb, P.
Mullroy. Mr*. K. Leonard. \V. J.
W K. Leslr Thomn* War.l an.l *
Mlsa Kilpatrick MU* Kennedy, Annie
Cobh, MU* M J Pier, e. Elian Robertoc, ,
J. McDonald. Mu* McFnrlnn l.lzxle King
Mis* McCorml, k. Miss A Mctnp. Ml-s R
J. Scrlbben, K. Rath Ciller. I'harlm c.r>4e
E Walsh MU* B. O'Neill. Ml-* A O Neill,
Ml** M H Alllnan. F. W Beers. MU*
Mary Murphy. MU* Rose Mm pin Mrs
K Smith, Lillian Hmlth. MU* R Oak-,
M Anderaon. J C Kin*. W Adamson
M Wllaon M Segal). R Ilailey
Sun rises at 6.53 a m.. and sets al 5 it
High water at Tyhee to-day at lfl:fl9 ,
m and n:S p. m High water al Bavan
san one hour later.
KNOWN BY ALL NATIONS.
Twice the price cou and buy to better.
LIPPMAN 15K05., Savannah Agents.
To Save Expense of Moving,
we have decided to sell entire
stock, of Furniture. Carpets, Mat
ting, Shades, etc., at slight ad
vance above cost during Sep
tember. W/ill toe in store, 11 2
Broughton, west, early in Octo
ber with a full and complete line.
We can fill any order Right Now,
Call and see us at old Rost
LINDSAY & MORGAN
I'hasei of Ike Moon for September,
• D. H. M.
First qharrer 2 1 US morn.
Full moon g jj # V e.
Last quarter 15 2 67eve.
New moon 3 i 67 eve
Moon Perigee. :h; Moon Apogee, 23d.
ARRIVAL* AND IIEPARTIBES.
Veaarla Arrived Yesterday.
Steamship Dorcheter. James. Balti
more—J, J. I’srnlan agent.
Steamship J.ealta (Dal.l, h'oberasco,
Genoa.-J. F. Mini* A Cos
steamship Newhy (Hr.t. Clark. Tyne.—
J F Mini* A Cos
Steamship City of Berg,
New York.—O-ean Beam*hlp Company.
Veaarla Cleared Vraterday,
Schooner John R. Penrose. Gheen. Phll
Vessel* Went to gen.
Steamship Tallahassee, Askln*. New
Steamship Basra. Billups, Baltimore.
Schooner John R. Penrose. Gheen, Phil
Port Tampa. Fla.. Sept. 27—Arrived,
ale.tmer Maacotte. Havana, via Key West
Jaeksonvllle, Fla.. Bept. 27—Cleared,
schooner- Lula L Pollard. Powell. Phila
dl imburg. Bepi 3-Arrived, steamer
llalitmore. Bept 3.-Balled, eteam-r
Stale of Texas Savannah.
Philadelphia B.pt 27—Arrived, stevmer
Cleared, steamer Follodon Hall Savan
Charleston, s c Sept. 27 -Arrived
steamer* tteorge w Clyde. Chichester!
Jacksonville, proceeded to RoetOn. Rlake
moor (Brt. While. Pomoran. Algonuuui
Piitll New York
Cb tred, steamer Ernesto (Span ). Orm
Silled, schooner William H Bumner
Yeaton. New York.
Soflee to Mariner*.
Pilot chart, and all hydrographic tnfor
matlon will be furnished master, of v*.
,U free of charge In United Stares hy
drographic office In Cuatom House Cap
tains are requeued to call at th* office
Report, of wreck* and darellcti received
mnt.' r * n,m1,,i0,> 10 * h * N * vy Depart-
Per steamship lias a for Halllmot*
1-710 iabs uplan-i cotton. TUi barrels roeln,
19X.7rA fet lumber. 98 barrels rosin oil,
> liarrel* eoltonsent oil. 040 sacks clay.
93 packages merchandise, 60 pa
domcellc# and ,\urns, H case, palmrilo
IVr schooner John It. Penrose for Phil
adelphia—.PC,.3o7 feet yellow pine lunl# i.
—Cargo hy Georgia Lumber Company.
Continued from Seventh Paged
Gats No. 2
Kept 2IW.’C, 217*6122 21i121 7 3
"<l 21V022 22 21 ta 2P*
Nov 227, 22 ti 22H 22'v
Mess Polk, per bhl.—
tk-l. .912 25 HIM 112 29 112 2”
Nov. . 11 .HI || X, 11 30 II 32 r
Jan. . 11 50 II tt2tx HSO XI wl
latrd. per 100 lb*.—
Get. . 7 (*> 7Wi 700 J ffi'j
Jan. . •> 75 ti NO 6f5 6MI
Short Rib*, per 1 Ih*.—
Bept. 7 72', Hlo 7 72V, *l
Gel.. 7 S7's 7 771, 7 67' 7 77’r
Jan. . 6 121, 820 l2‘, 0 17’a
Cash quoiallons were a* follows; Flour
|*jul*t. No. 3 spring wheat, TiWITByc; No. J
rod. 77'e<t79>'. No. 2 corn. 41**; No. 2 yel*
• low corn. 47 tr47%c; No. 3 white oat*. £>*•
ti27c; No. 3 white, 241fr2H>c; No. 2 ry*.
52*dc; barley, fair to choice maltlnk. W
Me: No. 1 lla* aecd. 11.53; No. 1 Norlhwed
*m. 11.52; prime timothy need. 30®4
men* Irk. per bnrrel. 512.2Mi12. I*nl.
per 100 pounds. 67.<rTM17.10; abort rib*,
aide* (looae). *.oo*tK.3o, dry aalted ahotil
■ler* (laixe.il, 6i 4 tniV: ahort <d*ar el •••
thoxe.lt. P.2Wi*.; whisky. ba*l of hl*h
nine*. gl.Jg; augur. flit lonf. g.MI granu
lated, 6.10 c; confectioner* 1 A. 6c; off A.
t ilenufrf Iloy In Hie ■*•
Beaufort. K. r„ Sept. 27.—Paynwaro
clerk I-awicnec TV. Bandera, aaelgned to
u duly on ihe new tiatllealilp Alwhama,
la here on a brief vlelt io hla parent*
Mr. Bandera la a Beaufort boy who haa
won hie way to hie preaent position by
exemplary deportment and clnae applica
tion to business lie has many warn l
friend*’ her* who wlah him continued auc
(•or. Candler nt Butler.
Butler G*., Sept. 27.—00 v. Allen P-
Candler apoke her* 10-day on th* politic* l
tcauea of the day. Th* Court Houae war
packed with men of all parlle*. Many
ladle* attended and all buslnea* waa u*-