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October 2Q=November 4, iqoo.
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Tickets to be sold October 28th to November 2d inclusive, and for trains to arrive at Valdosta up to noon of November 3d, good
to return until November sth. Valdosta is sparing no efforts to make this one of the banner State Fairs in the history of Georgia.
W. B. DENHAM, General Superintendent. B. W. WRENN, Passenger Traffic Manager.
“Am; Ho \ Fits TO 111. f**
Qaeaflon ( iiiihlrrr<l l> nn Kmlnfnl
Vrmby terlaia MlnUlfr.
R*v Thomas Martha!!. D !>., Pi|d Be'ro
tary of the Prexbyterian Dari of For*
film Mission*. in LexHe’* Weekly.
For their cruelly, yes.
For the defence of their native country,
Something: more than m**re sntiment
must guide uk In our Investigation of ihF
question, if we would reich a correct
The Koxers are n secret society, moot
ing together under this assume!. inno* *nt
name ostensibly for alhleti' drill, but
rea.ly for the purpose of organtsirg Into
bands and compmice having one avowed
object, namely, the expulsion of the for
eigner from their coumr>. and the prosttr
\at ion of •‘China for the Chinese. " In their
present active state they first appeared
in the province of Shantung for the pur
pose of opposing Herman aggression Tho
fact la that the Chinese have became
aUrmid by the demands of foreign Fow
er for Chinese terrlrorv, an 1 are at
tempting to save the empire from disin
tegration Can we, who have I e*n taught
from our childhood *to love and defend
our native land, blame the Chinese yeo
manry for defending thr Ire?
L*t ua look at a few facts When the
Japanese, In their late war with China,
had subdued and held, as a trophy of vic
tory. Port Arthur. China's Inst nav.il eta
tjon. Russia called to her aid Germany
ami France, and tin* combined fle*i> if
these three powerful nation* mad*- a
demonstration lefore Port Arthur. Rus
sia then ventured only a sutgtst on ti
the Japanese government, which In ievil
ly was a warning, that in her settlement
with China Japan should ark Irrt land
and more money The frightened J.t|>*n
eee were not slow* to take the hint. They
at once surrendered Port Atthur and th'
conquered territory, and wet* content
with a little more ready cash wltn the
• ession of Formosa to their dominion As
noon as Russia had • ©mpelled Japan to
evaluate port Arthur she virtually sail
to China: ‘ Now we have saved to you
the graves of your fathers and have
driven the hated Japanese from your >a
cred soil. We have restored to you the
country they have conquer*! We have
saved to you Port Arthur, your best ca
va I station Asa reward for our timely
aid and neighborly kindness we prop©*
to take, for our reward. Port Arthur, *F -
Inif you the privilege of keeping some of
your ships there, if you choose." Chin*
was too wise, in her weak and ripp o 1
condition, to resist.
The British were alarmed by the advan
tage given to Russia, and mon th n
suggested that If China would surrender
her next-best nsval station, Wei Jl.tl-Wel,
to England her wounded feelings would
be healed. To this significant suggestion
China was compelled to yield, and with
great reluctance she passed ih'it fin* |*ort
over to Great Britain. This was don*- April
J. IK* The pride of Oermany was grently
wounded by the advantatp thus given to
Russia and Great Britain, her two grcl
est rivals. Two of h-r subjects. Roman
Catholic missionaries, had In som* way
become Involved In difficulty in the
province of Shantung. and h si been mur
dered by an Infuriated mob. Germany
made this a pretext for demanding . Urge
Indemnity. Accordingly sm sailed her
men-of-war Into the Hey of Klao Chow
ami took violent possession of that port,
with ample country around. The murine*
went on shore and pressed their demands
on the Chinese, shooting to death thor
who attempted to resist their lawless net*
France.emboldened by what Russia. Great
Britain, and Germany had plundered from
China, and not content with her booty al
ready filched ptray In Tun Nan* made
other demands, and In 1K&-90 took posses
sion of the Bay of Kwang Chow Wan
snd the two Islands commanding the en
trance of that bay, and opposite Hainan.
The cos* in blood and treasure for the un
hallowed acta and gains of Europe's rob
ber nation.* win be Immense.
In considering the altitude of the Chi
nese toward those who. either by pre
text or by open fraud, have tieen robbing
them of their country, let *.< Illustrate:
Hupp slug France >hould corn** to the
t*nlfel States and demand N w Orleans,
and threaten to do us great harm If th*
government did iot oncede. Then Rus
sla demand* Fortress Monroe, and defies
us with great show of viol* nee Gnat Brt
tain next, with great pretense. lays claim
to New Vork and Brooklyn, on th* ground
of "sphere of influence," In ordrr that
she ma> be equal to Russia Then comes
Germany and demands Poston, lest her
lofty pride be <l. All these strong
holds snd cri**t defenses fall, otte after
another, and pass out of wir hands, be
cause the gov* mm*nt* Is not able to cope
with these mere pretentious and powerful
antugonls Bhou'.d such circumstances
transp r* In our country. "the spirit of
IW would son manifest itself The
to ling ve m.mry oF the nation would •***
up in arm-. The farmer would leave the
half-gathered harvest, the cowboy would
leave the ranch. From the shop, the fac
tory, the c.untlng-rcom. the college. th*
fr nr every nook and comer
of the land, woo’d come n vhst army for
defense, with the avowed ptirpose of Irlv-
Ing the hated foreigners from our shores.
Such an at my woukl, like our sires of
old. I*e . tiled patriots; nor woukl It Iw*
at ill strung* if the President should im
prove by Joining with theih the regul ir
armv of the I’nlted Hint** Not would
anything el*e l*e expected than that such
an army of patriots, embittered by the
unright eons a**ts Inflicted on us by for
eign nations, should sweep on to Wash
ington mvl make the representatives of
those governments that had not only
wronged us. hut robbed ns, first to fe**|
th** fury of their vengeance. We arc
proud of the pnatltbn taken by the Fnlted
g .itef*. and vol *l by Secretary Hay to
Ijlte nations of the world, namely, that
the Fnlted Htates has no other Interest
In China than to help her to restore or
der to the empire and to protect American
cltixens " Our boasted Christian civili
sation demands that we do this A* a
friend to China, ind as an act, of simple
Justice to American cltlsans resident or
traveling in China, our government can
do no less.
It was a re-statement of the sentiment
of the Golden Rule that the Chinese of
California embodied In the resolution* that
they passed ami *mt to Secretary liny
They declared that "the Integrity of the
Chinese empire, and the Immunity of th**
s*d! of China from foreign encroachment,
is nn absolute essential of the se. ure men*
of continuous peace. The pow> rs should
unite to raise nnd enlighten China no# .
despoil it and tudd It In subjection " Put
yourself In the Chinese' place, with tho*-
who have robbed you at your very gate*
and deliberately are alk mg of seising your
country and dividing it among them-* Ive*.
and whether you might *e Em,M*t r or
nobleman, ordinary Chinese tradesman or
Boxer, what would you t|n?
REMIT* > THE limiPM).
I!**tnn Won Flrt t.nmr nnd llr* ok-
It n Took the Second.
Brooklyn. Oct. I.—The first g me of to
day's double header was a pitchers* bat
tle. Nichols winning out because of fault
ier* support. Kennedy hat the Boston's
ot his mercy In the second, which wa*
■topped In the seventh because of dark
mss Scores: First .*m It H P
Boston .000 1020 0o o I—l f. >
Bro k’yn ...0 002000010 o—l A I
Batte lee—Nichols and Clark*; M Gln
nlty and Farrell.
Second gam*' R II E.
post, n 0 0 0 o o 0 o—o 2 o
Brooklyn 2 0 0 0 2 1 * 0 0 1
Batteries—Willis and Connor. Kennedy
t lilrsao Wun Easily.
Chicago, Get. I.—St. L>ulx* miserable
THE MORNING NEWS: TUESDAY. OCTOBER 2. 1000.
Melding allowed the locals to w u easily
10-< ay. Attetidatree l.lw. Score; R.11.E.
Chicago 1 0 0 1 0 0 2 x—l 7 2
Si Foul- 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 o—2 A
Batteries— 17ason and Donahue; Jones
Philalel|hln Won the (••me.
New York. Oct. | Carrlck lost hi*
l irlrg* in the third Inning and before he
got se tied down again the visitors had
thre** runs more than enough to win
8 ore: R H E.
I hiladelphla . 0 1 4 0 0 0 o 0
New York ..0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 o—2 10 2
IF11• r!•-- Dorahue and McFarland.
C in !< k and Grady.
Ilr % mile limit* for ( lilts.
N*-w York. Oct. I.—The flotilla of five
I'nlted gt.ates revenue b*Mits built .it (he
Nixon ship yard. salll to-day on the
liwld* route to Cuba. Ilnvnnn lieltig the
ohjtvihv point. The bouts will le used in
potm llng the Inlets and coas* of Cuba
In search of smugglers and revenue evad
L IKE HtITLAM) AEEI> It Al*. ‘
AArnlth) Winter llesldenta Improv
ing Their I'roperty.
l**ke Maitland. Fla . Oct. F—Although
we are suit* ring for rain the orange trees
are •K>ltig very well, and several groves
will yield excellent crops. If no freeze
the rominc winter, wo shall a year hence
jut a tin* crop of otauge* into the mar
Non-resident orange grove owners have
spent considerable money this summer
on their neglected trees, an evidence tftut
they have again Become hopeful In re
tard to future pro.- i*e* ts. There are no
covered groves neater this place than
A'.tamont Springs, two miles distant,
where several hive been covered the p<wt
Our wealthy winter residents, and w*
have many such, are having Inprovements
mad. on their places, the most extensive
being those of Mr. F. F. Dommerich of
New* York, who ha* already spent some
I.'** *om on his residence, grounds and
grove. Mr. C. II Hall of Chicago h.d
also made an Important Improvement on
his beautiful lakeside winter hom* Mr.
ktng*mtll Mu ITS of Boston is adding to
hi* beautiful winter residence opposite
Ibsbop Whipple’s Mrs Manaey, who re
cently purchased the tine residence known
as the Dr Kevins’ place, has made very
extensive Improvement*. Mayor *\V. 11.
Jackson, opposite the Massey place, has
also made man> Improvement* in hi*
handsome suburban residence.
All this show* clearly that our tine ell
mate. even with occasional destructive
freemes. I* bound o hold a large class
of winter residents who have plenty of
moi.cy to sp**n*l for the comfort and pleas
ure of their f imlites. They will rta\ h*r
.nl by so doing, draw ether wealthy
families here to purchase winter home*.
Your correspondent ha* alw ys contend*
♦d. and still cont-nds. that the salvation
of Fit rlda after the lug freeze and the
later. was In th** win ter-residents of
m*nn* who put plenty *f money In circu
lation bv clearing out their groves, and
making Improve in* nt* that gave employ
ment to needy |eople
l! ihh ison i* i mi? < inr.tr
lines Not know Whether Mr Will
InW* nn \elhr l*nrt.
Files, N Y. Oct. 1 - Ex-President Hr
-rlson and family spent Half an hour .'n
Ftlca thl* afternoon, whit** en rxwite from
the Adlron*!.*' ks to New York.
"I do not know xet.” he said, "whether
I -hall toke an active part In the present
campaign. 1 have been In Camp Beverly
ta th* wools ah summer fed can say
nothing ibout the iiolltlcal sir nation 1
h ve heard hut one aid* of h. and all I
k...w of th* matter u what i have read
ui the papers. *•
HANPtIRD't Bt WKMMH.
t#utlMk I* lor Heavy Tourist Travel
Hanford. Fla Oct. I—The arrival of
the * l'*gant Clyde river *tv*mer, Fred d**
Bary. under Cpt. W. A. Shaw's com
nwmd, marks th* ofe.itfiß of our busy
season. Anti yet the Httie tern-whee|
steamer D. Murchison, of Havatmft i. 'ac
•lon*- n excellent freight and pa eng- r
traffic during the cummer But with the
return of the t* ular passenger steamers
for winter travel there is alway. sutv to
* urn* an increased tide of trnvd through
out "tiate City" to South Florida Hun
dreds itt winter residents and tourFta
prefer the river route.
In anticipaticn of the pre*Hcted Mg tklo
of Northern nnl Western tourists that
will tl**w into Houtn Florida, nil our ho
tel* ate being improved or enlarg***! to
afford better quarters for visitors. Th •
Hanford Ibuise close*! winter, will be
Improved and opened up by Manager ln
g.ehart of W.iuwrtown, N Y Manager
A Robbins, his predecessor, h* purcha -
ed an*l greatly lmprove<l the Floral*
House, which will soon le opened to the
public. Mrs. Sirrinc hns returned fmm
her summer outing, and is improving the
Hlrrlne Hons* While the W'ilhqi Hot I
and the Itlco Hotel have |*een open all the
year rotrtw). Hanford will not lack for
good hotels this season.
It ha* leen many years sines Sanford has
had such a cleaning up hs Mayor Evans
has been given it Weeds and trash that
have long been on eyesore have disap
peared nnd improved sidewalks nnd
streets and clean sewer ditches now greet
the visitor* with a hint that Hanfonl has
been awakened and 1* now moving for
ward into an era of gratifying prosperity.
And the suburban r*-Idents have not been
overlook* *1 County Commissioner Georgs
H Fernald h:u looked after their Inter
ests in the matter of new bridge.*, im
proved roads and shorter lines of travel
where needed. Our banks, merchants, in
dustrial enterprise* and irii k farmer*
are prosperous and hopeful of greater
GERMAN VIEW a OF CHINA.
Denial Hint Eorelgn Officers Will
Not Olm*} Hsltlsrifo,
Berlin. Oct. 1. The Berliner Post denies
that the French. Russian and American
officers have refused to obey Count ven
Waldersee until hostilities are resumed.
The foreign office is unable to confirm
the reports of th* degradation of Prince
Tuan, but the admission Is made that
there has been an Improvement In th®
d:s|H>sttlon of China toward foreigner#.
This change the Berliner Post attributes
to Count von Waldetaee’* arrival.
The Hhanghal correspondent of the
Frankfurter 'Adtung and the correspond•
ent of the lokal Anxelger confirm ttw is
suance of Imperial rl* r* degrading
Prince Tuan, but th* F-kal Ansetgi-r'*
advices show that th* edict* arc regard
*-d as® eham by foreign circle* In Hhang
This evening the Btr I’tfr Post ha- a
leading artie'e which tend* to exonerate
the Chinese gov r- nv nt from responsibil
ity for the atroclU*!- and makf* .•©n.-s
--sions In favor of the Km: **ror. Bmp*-#**
Reg. nt and man I.ulna which are some
what surprising when *on ng from a
Journal that has ell along *ii|p©rte<j the
tP-rman n t The article rays:
forced by cofisiderations of self-pre.serva
tloi) to yield to the ail powerful Boxers.
Ho great was their hatred against for
eigners that the governing f ured anni
hilation If It resisted
The papers generally and) rot *lit us*
Kmparur Kwang Hsu’s letter to Emperor
Wll tarn, although the Fok l Anxelger re.
marks that neither Germany nor the oth
<r Jo were will be so easily aaiiaSad.
ItlU FIRE AT ATIM.NfORF..
Mnek nnd (tore t niimnl nt l.oss of
Ot er |27.tlMt.
Htillmore. Ga., Ort. 1.-K A Eienfleld’s
large brick store house and s.ock of goods
wre consumed by fire last night about
ml might. The origin of the fire Is un
known The loss Is about 120 0 0 on stock,
and <2,(00 on the hul’d ng The Insurance
is a liou t s!?><■*).
MUnlon* to Me Reopened.
Boston. Oct. 1 The American Board of
Commissioner* for Foreign Missions has
received n message from the Rev. O. M.
Chapin, one of its mission-*rlen In Pekin,
disclosing tire plans of the group of mi
slonnrles there. It is proposed to reopen
th** Hrldgeman School for Girls In Pekin.
• ther in the city or in Tien Tsln. The |
North China College, w hich wax destroy- !
cd In Tung Che. will probably he reopen
ed In Pekin. Minister Conger has given 1
assurance* that he will try to secure the i
use of two or tflore large compounds j
whl' fl hove been used by the Boxers, an 1 i
hence are liable to confiscation for the i
use of the American Board missionaries
Eight of the missionaries, chiefly women
f*e| that they nee*! a furlough and j*lx- |
teen are prepared to remain
Tattnall **|erlor Court.
Reldsvllle. ta.. Oct. I—Tattnall Super- i
lor Court convened here to-day. Both
civil and criminal dockets are very heavy
and i two weeks* term I* expert ed In ad
dition to the local liar Col. P W M-’ldrlm.
Judge II H I. Twiggs. Judge J K
Mine* and Solictor General H. % T Raw
ling* are In attendance.
■ ■ (
IH-nlh of o !>*■ t.lrl.
Thomasvllle. Os . Ot. 1 - Miss Fsnnis
llel e flrown. Ihe 11-year-old daughter of
M s E l.e- Brown. d;el this morn’ng
aboui 1 o'clock, after a few days' Illness.
Mr* Rrr.wn only recently lost her hus
band In t üba from yell w fever.
Ilritrndnllon of Prince Titan.
Washington, <>ct. 1 —Mr. Wu. the Chi
nese minister, has received oflt.-iai oWi
flrmatkvn of Ihe Issu tner of an lm|verl il
decree degrading I’rlnee Tuan. Kangl and
other officials for their course |n regard to
the recent tr on blest ui China
I'.nelon. Of*. I.—The gathering of the
Masactniselts Democrats at uulncy
House, before the State Committee, w.ts
r-m irk il>> for Its harmony. The ticket
probably will b< headed hy Robert Treat
Paine. Jr., for Governor.
t.IJIMt OI'KHA IN F.NUI.IPH.
ttpeneil nt tht- Metropolitan nt Mnd
New York, Oct. I.—The Metro
politan Opera House to-night open
ed with grand opera In Eng
lish. elaltor.itely siaged by Urau
~td Savage, and at moderate prices An
utsilenc. ths: literally i-t ke.| the Urge
mi|lding. and In which so-lcty was llb
erally represented, wttnessetl the presen
t ~;i o! "Faust" to-nlghl. tn.l showed
It- apprec. tiion hy numerous recall* The
tterfornian -e as a w hole was excel.ent.
The Choi us was proiK-unced the best ever
he.ird In the M>!ro|*olltan tipera House.
O'llrlei. VV on from Homier.
Phtlndelpnla. Oct I.—Jack O'Brien ews
llv out-polr.ted Jack Honner Is a six-round
bout before the Pennsylvania Athlstlc
Ovation to Miss %% nlsh.
Montreal. Oct. I.—Blanche W.ilsh this
evening product*! for the Arm time Eu
gene Presbrey's mmantlc drama "Mar
celle." Mu* Walsh received an ovation.
NEW A i::\V OF CHIN %’N TROi nPE
Afinlster Present* Home Interesting
Poston. Oct I.—At the Congregation il
ist ministers Monday m*e log to-day the
print Iral rpuktr was Francis V. Clark,
D. D , presffient of the Pnlt*d Hociety
of Christian Endeavor. whor subject wi*
"Fosses and Gains From th* Pprlstngs In
China." Dr. Clark, who ha* visited sev
eral mission ?t at ion* In North China,
wh*re (he massacre later occurred, said,
"The dragon * t*eih of war and maska
-1 ere were shown to the foreigners who had
c >me In the spirit of commercial greed to
push their conquests. Turn th* tables for
| a moment and imagine China forcing h r
! goo is upon us at the point of tire sword.
sending her op.um hero tj d>bauch # our
[ youth and compelling us to buy It. s**lx
‘ Ing the whole state of Massachusetts lo -
calise of tw'o Chinamen murdered by a
I mol* and tec can imagine some of th** feel
ings which animated the Boxer* or the
more tvrelllgent power-* hchln I the Box
"An heroic chapter of missionary annals
has been written, a chapter w note rec
; ord* can never be dimmed. The native
; convert has proved himself worthy of the
Hevlour, wit© has tiled for him To**
taunt of Rice Christiana* can no longer
>e thrown in ale face. China has bc**n
! awakened from Iter sleep of age- Hhc
j inn never again fall back into the same
j eomatokie condNlofi os lWore. A trumpet
; vail has Men i.-wi.d i, the Christians >f
America wn*i Great Britain, to go in and
possess the land, to se* to Jt that their
comrades have no: died in vain, and that
the blood of tne martyrs lias not be* n
spilled for naught. The rcgeneruiion ha*
been begun In tne dark ami troublous days
that clo* the nintinnth century. The
new century a'out to dawn will eee a
long step tken toward the complete re
generation of the land of Confucius."
Jnnlce Merrdrtli nil the Hinge.
Buffalo, Oct. I.—Frank M Kee presented
th** dramatisation of Paul Felcester
Ford’s "Janice Meredtth" for the first
time at the Star Theater to-night. Mary
Mannerlng made her debut ns a star in
the title rob and achieved a marked per
For#enM for Tu<**<ly nti<l \Vln<>wlnv
For GroruU and Houth Carolina: Italn
Turaday and probably Wfdnrr.lay; fraah
norihr iturly wind* boromlns brl*k on
For Kastorn Florida: Rain Tnarday
and Wflnradny; frorh nnnhrarirrly
wind* Iwromli.K briak on th- roant.
For Wratrrn Florida <J-n-ri*!y fair
Tu*day and Wednraday; light to fr*>*h
north to rant wind*
Y-*tTda> > Woathrr a* Savannah-
Maximum tomprrature 2p. m ,w d-*r—•
Minimum trm,>-riiture 7a. m 71 d-gr-m
at van lmp-rifure 71 dt|rt
Normal t-m|-r I'tir- 70d-Crr->
Hum of t-m,wratur- * d-trr ■
Ac timulatrd -xec.a -Inrr Oct.
. 1 * dcirraca
Airumulai-d -xon* alnco Jan.
1 ti degree*
Rainfall a. v* inch
Normal .Hi inch
Deficiency *lnce Oct. 1 lOlnch
Deficiency *lnce Jan. 1 10.57 Inchea
River Report—The h nht of the Savan
nah rlv*r a* Auitue'a at g a. m t7sth me
ridian tlmei yesterday, wn* 5.9 feel, h fall
of A i fool during the preceding twentj -
H. B. Boyer, Local Portrait OfllcUl.
HAIN-.tNO t'ON Vlt‘T SHOT.
t.nnrd Fired Into n I’arty nnd Trne
linrt I‘nlnfnlly Wounded.
Two negro convict* at the Buckhalter
* camp wrre shot, and one of them pain
fully Injured on Sunday afternoon by a
rami* guard. John M iloney. The men
were playing ekfti. and a*k-<l Maloney
tv he fermltted to play one more game.
He refused and a moment after fired Into
tht party, ti would --cm will
add) lonal warn ng. and no additional pro
Jame* Truehart, one of fhe •’onvlcta.
waa Injured In the *tomnrh. but the other,
rejoicing In the aahrbtuet of ''Racehorse,'
was not badly hurt, lie was struck In the
head. An Inquiry Into the provocation for
i 'he shooting la being made by Superln
: tendent < ha| tin and strict Justice will be
done Nothing, however, se-ms to have
! been done a- yel.
IMI.K NAM (Ml COM Mil IA.
I ulqne Representation of Mall nerv
ier In Mncnn I’ngennt.
One of the most elaborate features of
the floral parade at Macon the other day
was the representation of the mall service,
go, up by Mr llarry S Kdwards. Ms
con'a up-to-date posfmaster. Anew mi l
wogon. Just out of the shop*, was hand
somely decorated for the occasion.
Col. Rhudlsll, ihe Assistant Postmaster
drove the wagon represent Ing ' "Unci*
Sam." and Miss Kthel Davis personated
"Columbia." They were surrounded by i
Jvevy of beautiful little girls, "Cuptdr
distributing missives along the line of th*
Twelve Months for Itnrglney.
Alonso Jones, n young negro, enter-1
pleas of guilty to two Indictments for
burglary In the Superior Court yesterday,
nnd Whs let *vff lvy Judge Falllgant with
sentences aggregating Ron and coeta or a
term* of twelve months on the chain
g.r.g of the county. Alonio had broken
and entered two houaes, with Inter.t to
steal, and he seemed quite satisfied with
the sentenne pronounced by the court.
Owner Wnnted for a Grip.
Policeman Connolly of the Central
Railroad police, ennie Into possession of
a grip sack full of women'* wearing p
pare! Inst night, for which he would Ilk
the owner The grip was taken to th*
policeman by a negro who said he found
it on the sidewalk near the depot.
Nervousness Is cured by making the
blood rich and pure wllh Hood's Har-a
parilla. It gives the sweet, refreshing
sleep of chlldhootl.-ad.
A Uelielt.os Smoke.
The Herbert Spencer is an elegant cigar
and is truly a delightful enjoyment t>
Inhale the fumes of thla fine tobacco; It
Is evhilaratlng and delicious.
See that the name of Herbert Spencer
Is on every wrapper of every cigar, with
out which none are genuine
The Herbert Spencer cigars are only
sold by the box of SO Conchas at sod
Perfectoa. *4 SO at Uppman Broa . whole
sale druggist*. Barnard and Congrs**
streets, of this clfy.—4.
•'Orsybrnrd Is ■ family m*dldn* with
ua," *a and a prcmlntnt buslnesv man yes
terday. "My wife takes It. and I aotjc*
she ts enjoying bs'tsr health than f r
years. Ths children keep b >
Gravb-srd may b# obtain'd •* #”*•
stores or writs to us for It. Bespsss Dr*
Cos. sols preps.. Savarooh, Os -oa