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fa k uf ballots Then* were no
(Iran vote. Somewhat of * rtpfd* *o*
caused In pollttowl cirri#* here by the
manner In wtach eh*- ticker* for *de uhu
were print#*! The <* unty Dem ■r ’ *
Kaeoutlve Committee a t**J .* h of ih*'
nine rar>*u da to J Tm< mone> *n * to
be used t printing t; k f and in payti
Incidental exrne* t irr*d by ih <>m
ani(te •'* •ti*ut:*e ot>)- i.| to ii as
and ntl>* ref .'f | to pay it
They went Blew! and printed tf>*. ow<
tick*--is at a tot al iom st t* *• i*l *f about
flu. Thr ticket* ir* . * tu* mme ol
the* estate Houc oftv*t>
a \KtiHo hi .••mix \i\m\f,
t tinner* Are Thnl 4 rnwforil AA on in
ki lntoali < iiunl),
Darien. Ga ,f> t 3. It ha* been raining
marly all day, i*u* ;i irge >o*e wa poll*
rd, ©avarthele.il There ire few If any.
Dof>uliHt* in th • an* . * * that ira tie
ally every white vote wa# cast for the
Demo, ran n >m; ** •> fer Governor and
•date houh officers
There ore rnati> more co. re.l voter*
than white voter* In the on and th*
bjllots cost by the n-gro* ware onl> for
count, oflictti and teiuior uni repre
(.mini; to the length of the bailor* the
progre#)# rf counting to ml*# j- tow gnl
thr result of tn #le tin w;il not he
known till to-morrow. There w i* a cloe*
onte>! for r< j'l*'.'* nta’tv*, ordinary and
clerk of the H?i|*eriot * *>urt. The f diuw-
Inf county office wer* c * •’* I without
oppodtiof Hhrriff T F I*, -it tav <#*•
lector. U r Wyl.y. treasurer. 1* K
Durant; tax receive?. It Young sur
veyor, W It Fopjw 11. coroner *' " J n< *
Not wi; hat an ding • • wj hdrawa of 1
C. Daniel* from th* r* f t senator,
nearly all the ri*groa voted for him and
the election of the Democratic non,in* •
Col David .A Smiley. lit m* doubt
Rev, Dectured (Tawf rd. th* negro can
didate for the Legislature. in
leen eke- ted. a* lie re tved the wimont
f(lid n*gro vote
There 1* ta.k this evening of a content,
owing to the fact that • -of the e.ectlon
manager* w*a#.not a free h Id' r. I'robabl;.
about T(iO vote* w#re *. in the county.
DENOt K AT** 4 Altlt A ITTH i:.
(onnrr Officers All AA ••( In-I’ro
fionerl Horn! U>nr Defeated.
Bla< kshcar, Ga Oct r Thi election
passed to-day without lnc dent Avery
light vote mas polled. The Demo
cratic ticket has the county |v about IV*
majority. The only contest wa* for sate
senator, and Representative K H. Hopf*.
Democrat, of Wayne *ounty. has probably
defeated A. H. <*hancy. Fopullft, by a
small majority for that office Calvan
Boils*. Democrat, hw* probably deflated
H. J. Strickland. Populist for representa
tive by a email majority. Th* vo* for
those two office* 1* very • lose and the of
ficial count must be finished before it can
be definitely known who M cle ted
The following county oflV er* ,r# *le ted
without opposition Ordinary. J.m*\ 1
Fumm* ral:. clerk Superior Court. John
Thomas, sheriff. J II Carter, tax re
ceiver. Jamc* O. Waters, tax collector.
John A. Jacob* ; treasurer. H D. Brant
ley; surveyor. William 11. Bowen; coroner.
Dr. A. M. Brown.
The proposed Issue of bond* for the
Court House and school house* B defeat
ed by a large majority.
nil IVMOAH'A 1,%< K or IATKRFAT.
Total Ante In That * unf> Wilt
firsreslr Hrach l.nin.
Augusta, Oct 3 Rain to-day allwl to
the lack of Interest In the election, and
It I* probable the smallest vote ever poll
ed in a state election w rt*. or*led In
Richmond county. 8o little interest w.ts
tnanif* Hti and that return* have not been
sent in from all the c untry precinct*, but
the five wants in the city, and two coun
try precincts polled only ?&; vote* Only
four Populist vot*s were > ast In th* Fifth
ward, and none el-ewticre Full coti*#>ll
dated return* will show less than I.o*
votes in the rount). Tls# # >unty ticket
elected!- a* follows ordinary. A R Wil
ton; sheriff. IV J O’t* n r; clerk. W. K
Keener; tax collector, t* H Bohler. tax
re-elver. W J Steed: runty treasurer,
W A. (’lark, surveyor. D V Reeves;
coroner, R. H. May; s rotor, IV J. Sulli
van; Degislatiire, \N T Gary, I* M Mu ? -
herln and Dennl* OVonn*!
H ARK totm* > UTE Lit.M l .
There A\ n \o Oppovltlon to Any of
W aye roes. (#a. Ooi 3.—An ex<*e dingl'
light vote w4s po||**.| in Ware county,
probably not over 500 vote* Nlng i.i'
There was no vnte*t for am ofll e. All
the Democratic nominee* w re ■ ted it*
follows: Senator. I>*nt Johnson; represen
tative. W M Tvm*r. >rdtnar\ Warren
ltt. sheriff. T J. MdTeSlan. clerk. 11 K
McWlgh; treasurer, J A Jones, tax >|
lector. K M. Dirtier, ns-e*-4r. t* J M*
donald; surveyor. A T Hs r. .ti.J ..r*
ner, Jackson Grimes.
1*11(111 A 111. A Al.l. 11l Mtn || AT.
Hat There I* n i hanee for no Imle
lientlent In l*ll.
Rome Ga . Oct. 3 -Out *■( a total reg
istration of 4bO In Floyd county about
3.000 votes were cast Here in Rome i.Sfr
vote* were cast. A <k operate tight was
made by independents to defeat the I**>m
And re you woiTied for fear you
•rc soon to be bald? Then cease
worrying for help is at hand. You
need something that will put new
life into the hair bulbs.
health to tne Ih - A L
ail*' fa l l*i n g t
color to gray
hair. You need not look at thirty
as if you were fifty, for your gray 1
hair may have again all the dark,
rich color of youth. And there is
* no remedy equal 10 it for curing
SI at • Settle. All dntßltt*-
I•• I am * Iwrbcr l>y trad* and hxr* had
I have found that it will do 4*verythinir
the tn<>*>t Mtiffa* ti<-n in lay
baaiaaa ■ " H i
Ma/cb 10. KanMk ( itjr, Mo.
Writ* th Doctor.
If y#n do not #>Utau> all th#> I*4 iteflia you <
e*ferta<l from tbr eae of the Vigor, writ#
Uic Doctor ahovt It. A<l<lr4w.
Da. J. C. AYEK. Lowall. Moat
for Infants and Children.
Tlio Kin,l V,ii lluw Always Itouirlit Ini-* horn** tlio nitrna-
Inr,* of Clia. il. Klrlclipr, mill lia* horn uinlrr lii<t
|HT>onnl t>ion for inrr .'Mt ji-iir*. Allow no one
to dc-clvo you In thi. Cnuntorfclln, !initullon anil
“tlmhUN-giMMI" ar- but Kxpnrlnn’iits, and oudangrr th*
liraltli of Children—Kl|*rrl,-noe ucaiiat E*pt*rlnmnt.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
yep Bears the Signature
In Use For Over 30 Years.
Ocrath* nominee for sheriff, tax culhcior
and for *he I/ |h nlurr The lndl> atlon*
•t midnight point t< the *T* tiou *>f oil
the Democ'rath lottunwc hut an Indepen
•lent legislative candidate m.tv get in
The count prosre--. - verv * owly
limit < til \ I A S SAI Al.l. A OTK,
Demnerntle Ticket AA eat Thrnuiili
AAltlnitif fliflleiilO .
M.i ** (ii . .’ *1; * fob wing lo
cj| ticket wrt* *|irt <1 wit bon? opiowit son.
all Ding D*tn * r.it- £.•* Heiutor.
Twenty -s* oml I i*tr; t. Roland Kills;
representatives. Joseph H lia!l Thtim
S Felder. D J. Kllburti. Ordinary
Charles M Wiley b:k Hup**rior • ourt.
Robert A NBbei, sheriff. G S We*t**ott.
twelver of *ax rr'urns. IT J. Aider- n.
ix "li< ‘-.or. Air** rt Jone-. co .nl>
treasurer. C It. Ma^senburg. count>
veyor, C. C. Arid* '-son; coroter. A *. J
D*\iw, < -.jnty **nwnl*i hi* i* t. M Divt*
1; I, llni> A' K Jnkii'->. J‘in F. I *-
1. > and \\ T rthli holwei flat Id* itloii
-eetneil to g**i tnn *r 'I ,)• ioa. vote
wa* Total r**goti at lon,
I. AI HUM IM NT A .
In 11 111 inner nt le Ticket Hlec'ed.
(Ini lime AA nn Arnainr,
Dublin. Ga., o*l 3.—The enlr I mo
era tic ticket successful In Dauren*
county to day by 7 ,# * mijo lt) Al*out •* *
ii) vo • - w* re pol l'd. I>ublln gave a m •
Jotity of a'.tout fju D* m rath- an tn
crease of i* l over I'd*® The followir k oftl
, er* were elected: W. A Wool, o *:in.:y'.
W. J lltgh'ower. cle’k and ir isurei. K.
K Hicks, sheriff. T M Da del. \ col
lector. J X Ad.im* ux r elver. J E
Stanley. A R Arm i and Will *m K
D ij Stubbs go*?* back to the Legisla
ture. an.i G Carter earn* s th* oum v
lor - netor. and will t> id uri.--* -
j,,hn-*>i and Kmatiuel give un.uok and for
Ropullst major Kies.
In Jrflrrsau l mml|.
Doulsvlile. Ga . (kt. 3.—The aledlon n
. . ' ■
. dn /A uutet mere iw-ing n opposition
to the D ni* * iati tb ket. le ** lb in .*o
\ote i**.led lb :/• count>, |ro.wbD
!tie *naU*“ that ha ever been ktc wo
The fo!.owing cosinty ofticers were cl*
*d Represent at B'e*. ( G. Johnson anl
S T Tarver; alter iff 1. F. Farmer; cierk
of SuiMsnor Court. W S Murptiy; ordi
nary. VN \N HhCMles. tax i* * lv* r, (i R
lit own; tax colb*-- f *r G AX Ke.i> tr- *• •
mer. S M (.Turk, surveyor, J. F Xl* -
Watty, coroner. R. A Diehl, count\ **ni
mlssloner.- U Y Brown, J y Den'oti.
S M M* Nair. R T Terrell and If W
It ran 11 In t oonty.
Spar'a. Ga.. Oct 3—A -mill vote was
ast at Sparte. The country pre in.
have not yet been heard from officially.
The Popu Ists are not thought to have
got more than seven*)'- ft x c vote- The
Democrat* nom tia'.-l ai the May primary
were e|e,-?*d. They are !.♦ *t*r C. Cul
ver. ordinary; AN K AVlley. cierk of
ourt. AN M Berry, sheriff; NY. M Yar
brough, *x rc* fiver. A M Hut* hinson,
tax collector; Al( Birdsong, treasurer.
A vote was also ik**n to ace whether *h
♦he county should issue bonds The af
flrmitlve wa* carried. Tliere was a small
vote for and again*' ratification of the
t.SAiI Vslnrih in (
Moultrie. Ga Oct. 3- Ther. was no op
rtosltlon to the Demortnis her* and a very
mall vote was polled Th* approximate
in-mo* rati majority le (o* The following
county officers were *:*• tt**l Htate sena
tor fr*>m ihe Seventh District. J B Nor
man, Jr . representative. Robert L Shipp;
ordinary. G. Gregory, clerk Superior
Court R. G Clark, sheriff. David Mur
phy. Sr . tax collector J. I. Martrb id;
tax r* • elver. J J AVllke*. treasurer. J
G <*uipepper, county surveyor. M M
Tucker. \)roner. J A. Fair Dr; Count)
Commissioners. C K Ho me**, AA'. T Hu
ber AA It Dukes. J 8. Harrell. .\| .A|
ri|ultafa fief 1 lint In boor bee.
Cusseta. Gs.. Sep* 3 The proud pres
tige of (’hattaheo* her is gone and Popu
lism again domtnat' - It I* raining .and
impossible to ge full return* to-night,
but l* it* safe to give th* following AA'
K Schley Populisr, deft D. .1 Fus**ll,
Democrat, for the lower house; S. I M -
Marran. Populist, defeats a. D llirp.
Democrat, for tax collector; AV K Wdli
inon. I’opulisf. defeats AA’ E M.l*
ler Democrat for treasurer There was
no opposition for any other oftb-e except
sheriff, in which U Harp. Democrat,
win*. The majority of each t- about IQO.
Itrault In A\ 11 k I ian County.
Irwinton. Ga , Oct 3- llryan avei
majority of 3Sn the folk)wing county oftl
rrs were el# *trd:
.Senator from Twenty-flr*t District. G.
O A. Daurlty; ordinary, J K Butler;
clerk of Superior Court. A K liurney;
sheriff J M Burk, tax receiver. J I*
Bloods worth; fax colle tor. AY T Dupr* * .
treasurer. J F. AA'll'lam*. County Cotn
mlfslonerf. J. B Hanco.k. J D. Dupree.
J 8 Prfemnn, AA I* Dun* in. P It
Adams; # k oronr. J. B Hanco k T •• p.v,.
inis!* iolle#l al>out thirty-five vot*s in
I the county.
llmw It %\*ut In ttnlduln.
Mllle<lgevllle. Ga., Oct. " The Demo
i orotic nominees were elected n <hl* coun
ty by a majority of 521. there bc.ng about
fifty Populist votes polled In the county.
The courtty offl *em are all Immocrntb* a*
follows: Ordinary K. R. Mine-, sheriff,
| C. E. Pros*er; receiver of tax returns. 11.
K. Hendrix; tax collector. AA*. If Btrm
brldge; treasurer. .1 M Kdw.ird*. Com
missioners. AA' ts Hawkins, G. (*. McKin
ley and T. AA’ Turk.
tlonlwirk AAns Erlfrlril.
Tennllle, (In., Ck*t. 3.—The e>ctlon
quietly, only % small vole being i*lbed on
a count of rain. All the state house offi
cers were given from **> I** 1 •*•' mijo tty.
Hon (j AA'. Hardwick and II M
who advocated the disfranchisement I* I
were elected by at least So* m ij >iit
negroes mad#* a strong fight *m Hardwick
and Franklin and cast ihetr strength for
THE MOKNING NEWS: i HVHSDAY. OCTOBEK 4. 1000.
• Populist ar.didate from Washington
A ol#- Di *unif#*r.
Americu-. Ga . O l 3—Probably less
than unvotes were ik)!!#**! in 10-*lay> e|e< -
;ion. Humter count) city precinct polled
on!> ’>*. thcul nearly 2/0b aic regi*ter
#■ *l H# a \ rap iMerfered wlh the vote
fci coumv oft: i* Those .'# te#l ;r# V. L
li. i iff J If Aden, cierk of ftu
p* dor Court. T M Alien ordltmry; J
B Dunn. v collector. J f* Halford, re
v<iver. J I. Suiilvac. treasurer. Only
iwo Popu i-t* voted In Americas.
( Im < mini) llrmiM-ritlr.
Fori Gair.*-. Ui* 4 3.—d light vote
w • * Ip i T foi wtug DemocratU of
n. r were -l# *#-d Ordinary. R T.
F#"te #r.ft K 1. P#€emoti; tax re*-e.v
er, H, J it ■ or, I B Waal
ti a*ur* £ J P H Brown. County Com
in ion* r*. J K Bauli n. A W Holley. J
J Hay- R L Jenkins, Jo#* Ray Col.
t* irer.ee AN )lson defeated J C. Neves.
Populls*. for representative by Id* major
Iterrlei* 4 ininfy lte*nlt*.
Nashviib . Ga.. Oct. 3. -The Democrats
carri4*d the 1• \ without opposition, with
the small vote <f abou* The countv
officers *e. ted a * Jo* A. Alexander.
t at#'r .1 B Knig ;. representative A
AN l*atter>oi ordlnarv . J D Lovette.
'lerk; NN‘. !. ewindie, >h#r.ff. Allen lies*
t r tax receiv.r; M AV Jon**, tax col
!*ctor. J. I Norwo.d. treasurer. M R
idndsey. surveycr. T I Griffin, coroner.
Dmil) 4 mini) I* Demoeratlr.
Cor le * Ga , (i* t 3 The l>emo'rat*
dr* ' •) to ail th county otft rs a* fol
low Or.ill.ary. J D Hargrove; sheriff
G AA S *‘ppar#l. Receiver Tax Returns
.1 C Dtinw. v. Tax i ollt. tor F J lorwls.
Cou. • Treasurer I*. A Tay.or. Reore
senrotiv- AA T Thompson. D AV. Har
vard. Hta#*- Hens tor J J Dennard. Totai
vutc !• m i itic and PopuiDt. not com*
Idled at *•♦• W*ir
llimn in ttMrhrll unnt),
(Vtmbla. Ga . Oct. b—The election was
fillet, a small vole being cast. The stab*
house officers W4*re e|e ted unanimously.
Reprss* ntatlve. J Mapl# '- Judge of Bu|e.
ri#r Court. AN N Hjaence; sheriff, fi NA’.
Hwindle; ordii ary. J <*. AVood; clerk. H
K '•'*; tax collector. J D. Htewart; lax
rmlvr, G. T. Ak idg#*. tr#*urer. Jonah
I aimer, coron#r, Green Spence, were the
Deii)4H*rats Took A% nh ina ton.
Sandersv ille, Ga., Oct. 3 The regular
Democrat!* b g slutlv# nomine, s were op
jo wil to-lay by Independents. The Inde
pendent were <lefai#*#l two to one, and
Hardwick and Franklin go to the Legis
lature. The S ate House of!!, ere were
given 1.200 majority In the county. All the
D* n#> rath- county oft! ers were elected.
The sheriff was oppo-rd by *n independ
Iltarke 4 osnty'a Ante.
Wayn# b ro. t’.a . Ocl 3-The election
held here to-lay |#e>* I ofT quietly. The
vot* was small At thn precinct only
vot* s wre cast. The nominated ticket
(Democratlci, state and county, got the
full strength 4 f the vote. The amendment
had seven short of the fu l vote. It can
of t e a*rtainel if precincts in other
I arts of county w* re opened it this hour
Mall Gives ."MMI Majority.
Gainesville, Ga . Oct 3 —The Democratic
ticket wins in hail county by about .*sO
majotity. I>yr for ordinary. Gilmer for
sheriff. B# ll for clerk. Trtnlln for treas
urer. Charb* for collector, (*ox for re
celver. 1 1 t* for surv vor. Dorsey for
o:o*ior. Pierce .n<l (Ju Ilian fo repr**sen
tafivt s. and II Id# r for senator, make up
the full ticket
Thomas ( oont) !• safe.
Thomasvllle. tia.. Hept. 3.—The Demo
cr.its polled about !,(*■• nnd the Populists
about 2*u votes. AA M Jonc was elect
ed ordinary. T J H h sheriff. K W
M Klnnon tax re. #*lver P S lleeth tax
collector. 1 F Parker treasurer, ('•vm
misirtonera. 1. B Rountree, K. M Smith.
H C* Copeland. J Q Bryant.
Light A ole In l*iitnan).
Hat on ton. Ga . Oct 3 The vote in Put
nam was very light. It will hardly go to
3*o The registered vote for Putnam w*►
*dx Th#* following were e|e tel 1 II
Adams, ordinary. R. J Terrell, sheriff.
Flop*°n, tax receiver, J C. Reid, tax rol
lectoi. A\ L. Turner, treasurer. There
was no opposition ticket.
4 nfler Klrctii kiiaaif I*#|)ul lta.
Doujtlaa. Ga Oft. 3 Ooffff ountv*a ra
♦urn> nrr n#t ll In It la concHfd thi
th* roptiliiiii will t th-* ordinary ar#i
I# k of *h#* Hn|#*rior 4'ourt For r#*irr**n
tNfivax an*l other offl •a. th* raca will
!•# uiodp lirmcrrata art the senator for
Iht* Fifth lltrl#'t
t|clinre > h *i)f* In 4 Imrllon.
Folk*ton. Ob., Ort 3.—There w*a no of*-
jvmlil'Hi to th* Mate I k m>** tl#* 4l<*k#*t in
rharlton. J J. Fin-hurch is* safely alec 1.4
.4 ta th- Ben.itc from the Fourth !>!*
tr: R- in* *entatlvo nn> 4*mmt\ offt<*e*
ar#* In doubt. .V llxhi vole wa* |oll*i on
u aunt >f r.iln.
Tar re 11 4 minty !• Wnfr*.
|V)%'on. Ga.. Ot*t 3—The t#>t:l Pnno
*ra i va f. r l>.w> n, without 11-lrt *s.
wa** |v Ordinary J W Robert*; sheriff.
Is R t'hrlfii* . lax lollei'tor. II O.
Thom;*.flon ; tax rv *lv* r. J T Waller an#l
county tn nurer B. B Fi rry were elected.
Uioiip xhoxea l|i %llrlutit.
Jaiup, Ga.. Oct. 3 Hdurttf are ttHnina
In very rlowly from tlw different dlatriela.
mil it le lmi>OMlhle to xlve any flffureD.
but the in ha?ion* are that the entire
lb'tno ratt* il k# 4. t* th Mate and oounty.
h.* been el# eted in Wayne couny.
\ll One \\n In l.onmlrt.
V.*ild■n:. Ga. ti t 3 No interest, no
opposition no asTat'-lnna in to-day'a elec
tion Onl> .ibout 3#m vote# >erre polled
*n •:•* niimu The to t n ue for the new
I’.xiri Hftist- e ie defsated b> not
h#* required vote.
F.nrl.% I Deniorrallr.
Blakely. G . Ort. 3—The Ikemooratlc
aiata ticket and county office*# were elect-
i #d by *w* majority only C. R Narra
more had orpo tlcn N irramore s rr.a
jorlty over hi# opp went. AV A fiuchat.an,
| will l>e about .•
vrrrvrn *lll In Line.
Hylvanla. <io Oct. 3 The Democratic
■ . an*lklae for county • ffb#rs w#re ejected
> h#re to-day over th# Populist ticket by
j majorities eMmated at 23> to Wo The
"a 1 *- Demorrati ti< k**t was giv*n 010 ma
The Itaer In Irnln t nnntf.
F.txaerakf. tic Oct. 3.—Tne I>emoeraile
nominees were .*- t#*d |n Irwin tounty la
m.iJor.Ui - #>f a vu? JIO In he Henatoelal
cniest the race i- prQoably very close be
tween t*c*; Fneney *t. I B E. AVdrox.
Il#n It \A#-nf n Talbot.
Ta hot ton. Ga . Oct J.—The Demo rat le
nominees were elected In Till.sot county
in to- i iv s election by a majotity of about
4#o Th* weather was had and th* vo e
was very light
Good Prwapeeta In .lobnaon.
AA'rlghtsallie. Oct. 3—Prospects for a
Demo-ratl victory are very go<*l Aery
ert ouraging report* have come In from
svir.e of me country precincts.
Taylor Give* 3311 Majority.
Butler. <la., Oct. 3.- The
majority of Taylor county will be
Only a few vote* were cast for the other
All One AAny in Rnaahcrty.
Albany. Ga . Oct. 3.—Only votes were
t*oLed in to-.kiy s election, all for the
I-m*M ratlc tl ket.
t##l Mnjorlt) In (ihnn.
.Brunswl k Ua.. H#pt 3 -Glynn's Dem
ocratic majority will be about *> for all
hsaiorrst* in Tattnall.
Lyons Ga Oct. 3 —The election for
*tate and ounty officer* her* to-day w# nt
I>emocrat|> by a large majority.
Ness Pit Mi*nrr A ••ih lotion
*ht#vigo Oct. 3 Though off!’era of the
principal Western roads have agr#* and to
form i r ms-, onttnr nal traffl p*s-#ng r
assocla#lon to become effective Nov I*.
it is not #*rtain the agrem*nt w:ll he
signed by all lino*. Yesterday the off! -*r
of he Rto Grande AYtuifm roa i
Kiaphed to 4'hlcago that they w*r.ukl not
g into the proposal orgarlzaGrn If It
was necessary for this road to sever it*
traffic relation# with any of Its conne.t
'• • t
Jimir In May He I nrne| flown.
A\*shlngton. Oct 3.—The state depart
ment has hr**n making s>n* Inquiries as
t tne extent to which Jung Lu. one 4>f
the |*a #* negotiators i*'polnted by the
Emperor, lartldpitrd In the Boxer trou
bk* It Is believed that these Inquiries
have at least developed -omething unfav
orable fo the acceptance of Jung Lit.
whose tendencies have b#*et nnU-foreigti
as a satisfactory person with whom to
'onduct n#w<xt tat ions
l\ing lluinbert'a llluairfnna < ompin
lon* ami Their ftylrndiri Sepul
From the London T#learaih.
It haa been decid'd that the mortal re
maina of the murderetl Ktnf of Italy nhall
be Iqoritrd in ihe Panth4*oo *tt Rome. Be
yond *loub? the te-olulion lea nob!* and a
n rthy ore The I Iti*' rlc us v i im *te-# r\ e
m meaner r#siln#f place, and the an* i#mt
buiidiiur where Italy will give him spiel)*
. and sepulture, may Iw 'i*l to #-mLl> and
!o t>#rp.tuae the ntlre history or Rome,
from the Caesars to the A made!. Agrippa
reared, twenty-s#*ven years before Christ,
the wonderful edlflc* whe.e Klrg I'mber
ton relics are to rejn s. . >et It stands,
aim#**! un*hang# *l. lder than the Christ
ian era. and by turns a vast calldarium of
the great Agrq paean btthn a temple of
Mar- and of Venus, a meeting place for
th* Fratre- Ai vales about whom H# nen
writes *o learnedly md. In after years, n
i’hrl'tian churi h. alv#n as tuch by Phooaa
to Hmlface IN' It seems to have leen al
aays call'd the Pantheon*-a umpl#- of
all the gi'ls. The wal'hy and artist!*
Rome of Augustus lvl*h*d won the
structure all that art could bring, or gold
and silver pay for. The Athenian sculptor
I gents adorned it *lfh his finest labors
The capdiils of its pillar*, its portico, were
.til of Hyracusan bronxe. borne up by mas
-t.ve tubular girders * f lie same material—
which by th* way, were melted down hy
Rope Frlan VIII to make cannon for Ht.
Ang# lo # o-mbia-*ure* .aid ih* bronge
luildacchino In Ht Peter**
The I rons** tll*> of th#* dome were etrip-
I* I away and plundered to bde< k ("on
tanltnople. but the Sara# #ns waylaid the
noble lot. which now roof* some molder
irtk place of the East. The columns were
of white and c dored marbles: its tympa
num *!<■• I with the battles of th* gods
and giants, done In ruddy bronse. Its in
ferior wa* lined with mighty *slab* of |*or
phyry and syenite and al iba- er and agate,
will ii, like its metal wo k were all ruth
lessly pillaged ag. after ag . But Agrip
pa’s work w #s Ilk* mountain for sofl
dlty ntid endurance. With wall* twenty
fe* t thick of tuf i #on rete. faced with
litUk. an#i a to f which was a wonder of
the world’s mas nry, being* • onstructcd
In one mas.* 1 of ptim ce stone anl i*ogxOlana,
the piundere cuild n*t destroy—hmjld,
hardly injure or alter, the sttifM n
•tons and eternal fabric It come? <k>*ru to
modem ilm# s vcy much as Hadrian and
Severn* witnessed it if not i . Its magnlfi
. ont leslgner ctented the grand fem
pe of nil th- C4>l*. and no* ght I* tranger
**r finer, < v#*n in Borne, than when for the
fit*t time the pilgrim turns aide from t h*
("orso to the Flax/.i di Ro’ond#* and he
holds with what nohlene•* if pur|o*e and
material the old Roman# housed ihelr del
ties, anl glorifl l their city with edifice*
which twenty centurlf* have failed t*
rtiln Nay. the ve y gat way through
which all that %v* mortal of th#* good
und loyal King Fmlxrto will soon he car
ried Is actually the same s that originally
put up hy Agi ip pa The Fantheon still
fluted pilasters, ard over these an open
Fcreer.w)rk, all of bronse. Rome bus cer
tainly good reason to ho *t hers#*lf the
Immortal t\. when Italy can prepare to
lay her latest ruler In tle glorious fine
hv.il hi f le rurlM#: and m I C an. with fair
hope that the structur#* will stand for a
thousand year* to .*mr, n- vhattgaless as
M tint Horaete herself, or th* Alban hills
The family mausoleum of the royal
house of H ivny ani Hanllna—now of Italy
Is, we believe In Fiedmont. nt the
H# perg.i Bui King Victor I Immanuel,
th#* fnthc*r of the murdered sovereign, and
first 'i nstitutional monarch of the new
klng'.om. was ent mlx-il at *he Fantheon
#) Id- death at Rome fr in f- ver In I*7*.
Thenceforward tb ancient temple has
i*ecome the natural burial place for the
king* and queens of Italy, and It was a
matter cf course ihat I ml*#*rto would tie
laid where that gr*a! s Idler, his father,
was Intel r* #1 Already. Indeed, the Panth
eon had he# n consecrate#! by Hist w hich
wouhl ennoble any locality and any sh in *.
When the Kmpcror Phoca* pres# n##'! it
for a Christian church to Pop# Boniface
IV hi* holiness rcehrletened th** hulMlng
ns R>nt Marla ad Martyres," and un *er
that title It has been *o well and carefully
preserved, with such depredations as have
been mentioned. The circular Interior.
_ * Bmncbltis. Chills. C#Migh
P|| r A Colds. Dyspepsia of whs?
i 111 O aver form mlcklv c*#e9| b#
■J | ■ taking DUFPVH lALI
mall WHISKEY. A tablespoon fa!
t _ in glsssof water threr tune* s
wW f| |Ch Oil < * iv draggtsts and grocer*
ft 111911 Uj Beware of Imitations
Thursday and Friday, Oct. II and 12,
These will be important days in millinery. The finest
goods that the world’s artists can produce have been
garnered, and our Millinery Department (which is under
the management of Mrs Golden) we shall be
without its equal in point of magnitude and quality of
merchandise, will make its introductory bow next Thurs
day and Frida)*, and such an introduction it will be!
Style and beauty for once will be linked with a lowness
of prices heretofore unheard of. Profits will be care
esslv handled. Our only thoughts are to have you know
us then as we would have you know us always—the ex
ponents of art and styles, exemplified by the highest
class of merchandise obtainable.
In the meantime Mrs. G)tden will be pleased to give
you s6mc idea of what you may expect at our opening.
P. T. FOYE
Corner Broughton and Barnard.
w tich measure* In diameter 142 feet, the
si as from the flo r to the great ring
in the <lome, admitting light and air. has
seven targe recesses, between whl* h altars
i have been established Ueiilnd the third
< ha pel, to the left, lie the bones of Ra-
I phael, pr nee of painters. In ari antique
marble sarcophagus, il*** gift of the Vatl
< a Annibale Caraeel has also his tomb
th* re, an Ii • hero, together with Balda
sare Peruxxi. I>e| \ aga. I># Fndlne an 1
i other famous artists. Other renown##!
1 names adorn the antique walls, ntakti g
i tl> company for Italian kings, for the
g!< rles of Ballxn a"t an I hlstory;hut more
and mor#* must the temple of the great
| c r sul. Marcus Agrippa. i#*n* eforth he
-1 i-ome and la* looked upon as the mauso
leum of the royal line of murdered Rome
To place the remain of the ►on of Victor
Krr.manue! hy the father's side establishes
and #1 tllcates the glorious building forever
to Its befitting use ns a sepulchre for the
dynasty. We will no* doubt, however.that
modern Italy has among her artistic sons
such as will he capable o' adorning an I
commemorating the sleeping place of th*-
ill-fated sovereign with a monumental
work worthy of the spot and of the sub
ject—and higher Inspiration certainly no
sculptor could desire. Il Is said by archi
tects that the portico of the l'an:he>n is
the most perfect piece of building in the
world (Enthusiastic critics have styled It
m# re ih.rn faultless, unmatched. ** in I
B\ ron wrote of It well-known I ns* of ad*
miration, commencing “Simply ere t
► ever#* austere .sublime," whb'h proved
how profoundly It affected the |oet’* mind
Nw anew dignity Invests the gran I ol#l
• trueture. Italy has chosen it ns a token
that the eternal city is. and mu*t be fir
evrr and ever, her # apital. and by dejvYsl
tir.g her monarch*— as they |*ass from
life —in the Fantheon. she hid.*# cease ail
Idle or wicked dreams and ambition which
*on Id a*.-all her unity and the *oltUU\ of
her throne, und links the immemorial past
of Rome with her present and her future.
TWO VORA(IOL!l Ii KITTLES.
Insert* Which l># Wore V>amnge
limn Their \me* Imply.
From the Baltimore Hun
Washington. Hept 23.—Mr F H, Chit
tenden. nrtrtistant entomologist of the I>e
part men! of Agriculture, says of al in
sects Injurious to cured tobacco none ap
pro aches in economic Importance the spe
cie* known as the cigartMe beetle.
“The name cigarette beetle Is more or
less of a misnomer." said Mr Chittenden,
"since the Insect not only fv*ds upon all
kin#l* of !ried tobacco. Including snuff,
hut also upon many other substances,
such s rhubarb, ginger. Cayenne pepper,
ergot, turmeric. Her. fig*, prepare#! fish
food ami dried plant* prepared for the
'Working as H does In all kinds of cur
vl tobacco and living In this substance
lurlng all stages of Ue existence. It #J.im
ages cigarette* and cigars principally hy
boring out of them, making round holert
In the wrappers, so that they will not
draw leaf tobacco is Injured for wrap
ping purpose* by being puncture#! with
holes made both by the larvae and the
beetles, and flll*rs nnl fine cut are injur
ed by the reduction of their substance by
the act ua 1 amount consumed by the lar
va* The adulteration >f fine #*ut hy the
bodies >f the Insect* is also kind of
damage, though an entomological author
ity assorts that he buys infested short cut
by pr# feren#*e. both because he can get It
cheaper and because Ihe bod Is #>f th in
sects Impart a distinct and no? disagree
able flavor to the tobacco. He admits,
how# ver. that It is u cultivated taste.
“The cigarette beetle Is practically cor
mo|olM.in and probably occurs In most
lObacco factories In the Bmjfh#*rn stares,
i* well as wholesale drug •:i>ree In the
F- Hmith this Insect multiplies rapidly
tl $ ighout the gr#*n*er part of the w r.
BiH) Hrt development practically continues
In the artificially warm factories farther
Mr 4*hittenden ii little >hop
Into which the beetle was accidentally In*
*#!, entered the show cases ami ruined i
large number of high-priced clgr and
cigarettes. The shopkeeper wa* in #le
spalr. hut finally submitted hi* entire
stack to fumtngatlon with bisulphide of
carbon, ami thus completely fid his es
tablishment of the beetle.
“Another lner##Mng beetle." continued
Mr. Chittenden. "Is known as the drug
store beetle. The Insect received Its
Latin nams from its occurrence In dry
bread, and In Kuropc it Is still known *
fh#* br. id b##-tl#\ hu its <n ef injuries ore
(o #iruKu *'rtiippiic-4. henc the n.ime
drug stor* beetle. It* depredations do
not stop here, however. f*>r It Invade*
M>re of all kind-, mill-, granaries and
tobx < o w tre!iou* *• Of hous# hold wares
its preferen*e for flour, meal, breakfast
food* and condiments. It L especially
partial to red pepper and Is often found In
g tig• r. rhubarb loi#*#f4 )?id other roots
and herb* It also sometimes gets Into
dry bean- and pea*, vhocolnte. black pep
per. powdered *off#e. licorice, peppermint,
alnumds und se#vl* of every descrip#lon.
"T? e subject cf InJuHes wr-tight hy this
specie* !• formed the text of #• consid
etahe llte-attire. going la k to th<* year
'7_’i w*h'n Pastor Fris# h f und the lnrv.i#>
( • Hr*: u|o 'i rie head It also Injures
drawings a* #1 piintiiigs. manuscripts and
books The 1•i • 1r Hagen wrote *ha#
he on'-#- aw 'a who# shelf of theological
b.c*k -00 y arn old triv#* #* l through
transversely' by the larva of this Insect,
ar.d still another recoid ts published of
Injury by thi* species to 27 folio volumes,
which. B I al l. Wer#* per'##rat 1 In a
straight I nr by on* uni th#* same Insect,
anl so rcvulir was h* tu-ue| t K at a
str.ng could he pa - -#*d through the whole
length of it an l the emir* act of books
!lf e I up at nine '*
"In ph irnj icl s it runs nearly the w hole
gamut of thing keat in store, from in
s pl*l glu en wif r ta su* h acrid sub
stances as w rmwfKvl, fiom the umm.itic
cardamom and an*se to the deadly a**an
It-* and bell id. nna. It Is irtlcularlv
ahun<l#nt In roits. such as nnb an l flag
u! sorretirr s mfe*t* < aiith irldes.
“It is i#H’.#r#lei t<% have e-rii>d*hed a col
ory In a human skeleton whl#*h had
drl* and with ihe I*gament* left on. and l
have se#n spe- ;tn#tui *ak n from a mum
mi' It has even h#e#’ s)i‘l to perforate
tinfoil and sheet lead, and that It will 'eat
anything e\•#••*! #a*>thon.‘ In short, a
whole chapter eiuhl l>e devofe.l to th A
fsvl mateilal of th drug *#ore letl!e. a#
nothing seems to r# m- amiss to It and
Its voracious larvae.
' Thl* division has received complaints
from three #'or#- *p#Yndents of injury to
gtinwaddlrg. #nd #h#*re are several records
of Injury t lo>ts nnd sho e and sheet
“The larvae h re Into hard uhH?anees
like root*, tonnepng ih#m In every direc
tion. and feed a’so upon the pwdr
which soon forms and Is cast out of their
burrows In powdery su* stance* the lar
vae form lltt'e round h#’!)* t r cells, which
ome . oons. In which they undergo
transformation to th#* adult Insert I have
reared the inject from *gr to beetle In
two m qh>. and .** It hahitually lives In
artltle ally h a'# I buildings and breeds
otit thimjgh ihe winter mop ? htA * here mav
t>e at le t four broods In n in derate!)
“Minute as Is the beet'e. It Is preyed
up.n by a still smaller parasite, a rhal
cls fly. which pursues its v| tim reient
lerdi'. even rnterl c insect boxes infested
by its host. s I hod cn' o"aslon to
observe A diminutive mFe also prev*
upon this, a wd! us many other si>ec|es
of like t obits, at a k ng It In Its larva#
nnd pupal # ndltlon."
They Fir#*l Their Latin.
Two well-dresse#! g* nilemen visiting
Lorwion si rolled in the vicinity of n hand
some new structure, says Lon#!#*n TU-
“Wonler whal this Is**" queried one.
casting his #>#■ 4)b'ut for o cornerstone.
“Ah’ lher I- an inscription on th** wall.
I-ailn Funni pla *to put It *Fst No*
hils let's •*'• I’ve forgotten most of
my what #l you make out of It?"
The other alJiM|ed his ey#*glasses. crit
ically surveyed th** insetiptlon. anil return
ed : •
"Hum' Tost* means ‘after.’ of course,
but nobil-' g-t away with m#* Nohlls.
nobllrt. no—FI! have to give it up. Let's
Inquire next door "
Thrreujion they sought out th# IntHli
g. nt curtt.xllan of th#* building, and put
"NVhat doe that there Inscription
mean?" th#* man ir*nttM| after them. In
a pitying tone. "It m* ins Just exactly
whal It *:>*. an forty shilling* fine i n o
th*- bargain if >#*u k## po-ting any Mils
about this pla*e."
••It f tired Me.**
••Grayheard broke up rheumatism on
me." says Mr. Chas. Thomas, the Jew
eler on Whitaker street. “And put me In
better health than 1 have enjoyed In a
Take Graybeard nils for that dlxsy
feeling Lo**i appetite, and follow R U p j
with a bottle of Graybeard. It ta all you !
need. Respess Drug C os.. sole prop*.. ;
Ocean Sieainsnin 6i
I'niwpann) cabin accommodation. Ail
the comfort* of a modern hotel Electr j
ISht rneacclled table. Ticket, tr,c,„a.
tnrela end bertha aboard ahlp.
Fares Irom Saturn
TO NSW YOKK-FIKST CABIN J o
FIRST CABIN ROUND TRIF. Jo.; jjjl
TER MEDIATE CABIN. *l6. INTERME
DIATE CABIN HOUND TRIP JJ4
TO BOSTON FIRST CABIN, Jr
FIRST CABIN ROUND TRIP, tit
TERM EDI ATE CABIN. 117. INTERME
DIATE CABIN ROUND TRIP, J. A
STEERAGE, til TS
The exprese eteam-h!pe of this line era
eprotnted to ,ail from Savannah. Central
(9Mh) meridian time. a -ollows.
SAVANNAH TO NEW YORK.
KANSAS CITY Capt. FUher. TH R -
DAY. Oct. 4. 1 00 p. m.
TAU.AHASSEE, Capt. Asklna. SATT R.
DAY. Oct 6. 3:00 p m
CITY OF AUGUSTA, Capt. Difee.r,
TUEDBAY. Oct. 9. 5 00 p. m
NACOOUHEE. Capt. Smith. THURSDAY.
O. t. 11. 7:00 p. m
CITY OF BIRMINGHAM, rapt Rer*
FRIDAY. Oct. 12, 10 m a m
KANSAS CITY. Capt. Fisher, SATUR.
DAY. Oct. 13. 9:00 p m.
TAEI.AHASSEE. Capt. Ak!n*. T ES
DAY. Oct 16 II 00 a. m
CITY OF AUGUSTA. Capt. D,*ae
THURSDAY. Oct. 19. 1:00 p m
NACOOCHEE, Capt. Smith, SATURDAY,
Oct. 20. 3:00 p. m
KANSAS CITY .Cap* FDher. TUES
DAY. Oct. 23. 430 p m
CITY OF BIRMINGHAM. Capt. Ber*.
WEDNESDAY. Oct 34. 500 I- m
TALLAHASSEE, Capt. Akln*. THURB
- Oct. 25. sso p. m
CITY OF AUGUSTA, Capt D,ee-t,
SATURDAY. Oct. 27, 7:* P m
NACOOCHEE. Capt. SmMh. TI’ESDAT.
Oct. 30 10:00 p. m
NOTlCE—Steamship City of BL-tr.ln*.
ham will not carry pateen(rer.
NEW VOMK TO BOITOt.
CITY OF MACON. Capt. Savage, MON
DAY. Oct. *. noon.
CITY OF MACON. Capt. Bavace. FRI
DAY. Oct. 12, norm.
CITY OF MACON. Copt. Savajre, WED
NESDAY. Oct. 17. noon.
CITY OF MACON. Capt. Savatte. MON
DAY. Oct 22. noon
CITY OF MACON. Capt Savage, FRI
DAY. Ocl. 26, noon.
CITY OF MACON, Capt. Bavn*e, WED
NESDAY. Oct. 31. noon.
Thte company reserve, the right t
char.ye it- ealllnas without notice and
without liability or accountability there
for _ . _
Sailing* Newt York for Savannah Tu"-
d,vs Thurtvlav, and Saturday* sno p m
w o BREWER. City Ticket and Pa
enger Agent, 107 Bull atreet. Savannas.
E W SMITH. Contracting Freight
Agent. Savannah. Ga
R G. TREZBVANT. Agent. Savannah.
'WAI.TER HAWKINS. General Agent
Traffic Dep't. 734 W. Bay atreet. Jack
E H. HINTON. Traffic Manager. Sa
TV K. t.R FEVRE. Manager, New
Tier 35. North River. New York. N. Y.
Merchonts SMiners Troißiiortgiloi Go
Savannah to Baltimore & Philadelphia
Tickets on sale at company's office to
the following point* at vary, low rates:
AT I. AN TIC CITY. N J.
BALTIMORE. M BUFFALO. N. T.
CHICAGO. ILL. CLEVELAND. O
HAGERSTOWN. l’A HARRISBURG.FA
HALIFAX. N S
NIAGARA FALLS NEW YORK.
First-class ticket* Ir.i lude tneals anl
hart ha Savannah to Baltimore and Phila
delphia Aicommoda Ilona and cuisine
Freight rapai'tiy unlimited; careful
handling an l outck dVpatrh.
The rtcamr-hlps of thla company ar* *P
polntr 1 to rail from Savannah as folio**
(Central Standard Tint*):
D II MILLER. Capt. reter*. THCR9-
DAY. Oct. 4. 1:00 P m
ITASCA Capt Billups. SATURDAY
(VI. . 4:00 p. m
Dorchester. capt. Jam**, tt
DAY. Oct. 9. :00 P tn
TEXAS. Capt. Eldredg*. THURSDAY
Oct. 11. *:< a. m
D. H MILLER. Capt. Patera. SATT •
DAY. Oct. 13. #OO p. tn
And from Bnltlmnre Tuesdays. Thurs
days and Saturdays at I # P- m
ALLEGHANY, Capt. Foster. SATUR
DAY. Oct. *. 4 00 p. tn.
BERKSHIRE. Uapt. Ryan. WEDNES
DAY. Oct 10. < p m
ALLEGHANY, c.ipt. Foster. MONDAY.
Oct 11. II noon
BERKSHIRE. Capt. Ryan, FRIDAY.
(VI I#. *:* p. m
ALLEGHANY. Capt. Foster, TUESDAY.
Oct. a. S.no p m.
BERKSHIRE. Capt. Ryan. SATURDAY
Oet 27. 7:00 p m
ALLEGHANY, (’apt. Foster. WEDNES
DAY. Oct. 31. II noon.
SAILINGS FROM PHILADELPHIA
EVERY FIVE DAYS AT 4 00 P M
Ticket o(He.. No. 11l Bull street
J. J. CAROLAN. Agent.
NEWCOMB COHEN. Tratr. Aft
W. P TURNER O P. A
A I). BTERHINB. A. T M
J C. WHITNEY. Ttaftl- Manager
General Offices. Baltimore.
—o*c.r F William*. who wa* cm '!
Venera I of the I'nllrd H'lfM ai M ,r,#
when the Filipino ln*urre -tlon brokf " ' •
pay* that In the map* of Europe * *
wr- i*ed In the Filipino chool*
the Span;*h rglme a large place * n
center of lhat continent. uaually • '
pylnic more than one half the
m.irkHl Hpaln; all the re*t of the ♦
trl#s were eratterwl about the edge
th* young Filipino came to have a \*
distorted idea of the magnitude of *
country of hi* opprr**or* Even Ag'
do wa* surprised to learn that Am
cover* a greater area than Bpaln. (
—The Ja|xiviee ire miking rapid
In their march toward Western < 1 11
The late*t Innovation I* the formal' 11
commercial school* for the training ’
(• male clerk*, and one of the large*! r •
way c'mpanle* In Nippon ha* Intlma *
that after a certa n date wom*n onl>
he employed In the clerical departnr.en
‘■GraybMrd I* a family mrdlotn" wlrtl
•• sad a prrrolnfnt buKln* - .* Bi* n ***"
terilay My 1( taaea It. and Ino I
•hr l i Joying br'tar hraltb th *"
vrat a. Tba .-hlulran luwp well by laa.a.
Ornvbard may b* obtain**! 11 n'J J* *
atoraa or writ# to u* for It.
‘Jo. aola prxpa., •avannah, oa.-*-