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A TEXAS WONDER.
Rail*! Orl Dltfavarr.
€>** small bottle of Vlall's • •’♦at IM
ffvury cufM ail kl>!n> and nid l*r
tfoubiK rmovfi frr.ivi. rr<i dial*
seminal weak and *n<? k*.
rh#umi!wn and all Irr* mil *rr l-* of tha
kidnay* nr l bladdar n !•->• • n n and
Women. ifwUt* bi.td t* r trouhls n **hll
drr If not ~ i b> y u !**•• wl ‘
b i f it. oy
• mall bottl* u ‘.m mnr - trsatnvnl
•nd will cure any c a*
t>r E W Ha'l. pole man*ifarturrr P
Bn* 6J9, H* Lo U | Mo B*tvl f°r
•nonUlP bold by an drugstPts and <>io
ftiOi.H CO., bavannari. Oa.
Hr r W Hall. St. Lotf. Mo T>sar
•lr- Fl'#* ahlp m* thr** Hall *
O'tat Hi prover \ flret sxprs** 1
•O and O'er on* g r no I* g|\P- p*>Tf**rt M*
lfact|on aid I rrmm' nd It to my
cuton,-r a Yours trulv
H r dROVRI
Prop A&tl-Monopoly Dnjf Btors.
Ocala Fa . Pec IS •
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COSTIVT 1% R*l\TOfH.
Probable Defeated t andl.lafea Will
Take That *lrp.
Parian. Oa.. o*t 4 The stats petnn
rratlo ticket ro*lvni a total vote of 232 in
thia county. The ropuliM* were no'
known #ir*i up the ftr publican# bad no
atate ticket, the above hkun p repr* “nt
ih*- Perno< rat m tjont
Smiley. lemo<'rtic * mdtdnte for the
Senate, wan alerted Mb K* publn an oppo
rent received a majority in thi* our!\.
txu? thl> overt ome in Liberty .md
Tattnall countb artier* hie prim i*ol op
ponent *# a Popullet Ntwood lb mo
crat. wae defeated bv Crawford. Republi
can. for reprerentai 1\•
A. C. Wylly war elected clerk of the
Superior Court, and .1 A Britt ordln.tr'
Afr wired Imof night nil other . ounty of
fice* were elected without opposition. Six
hundred and thlrty-rl* voter were polled
in the county, about l.v* hetng white
The negro candidate for reprerentaflve
received n majority of 14j The tndi* tlon
row are that the election will b rontert
ed Judge s A Way defeated <andl
date for clerk of the Superior Court an
pounced hi* determination thia morning
to contepr Capt Atwod may *l*o con*
tfwt hi* pea* in the l,em lature
IRAAIV* It %l< II II % ITI .FI.
Drmorraft ANrre Kept In
Thm ( nuHt|.
Mystic On ,Orf 4 Yesterday'* election
was of the hardw* frnight poltitlf#!
contests over known !n Irwin county Have
for ordinary no ptvdb'flon h < to who would
bo elected could to well founded This
wm* purely a Democratic contest Among
The following la the result of the official
count: For senator. H. E Wilcox receiv
ed a majority of 343 over H. B Cheney;
for representative. A. II lH>rmlney re-
olved a majority of MA over E J. Young
Tho following are the other nffb • r* *ln
r<( j j. Bee, ordinary. J It l Faulk,
clerk. Warren Fletcher, ah* rifT; H I
Kirkland, tax receiver; K. G Flefrher.
tax collector; John Branch, treasurer; K.
J Hog m. purveyor, ami P 11. Mull, cor
m: %T THE POIM MHT.
Democrats of Johnson minty Jnhl
lant Oier Victory.
Wrlfhtavlllo. Oa.. Oct 4-At the poll*
yesterday. Johneon county redeemed 11-
geif from Populist rule that had exuded
for the past lour year* All lemox-ratl
candidate*. except the ordinary, were
elected with handsome majority*
Mr Martin Jenkins wa* defeated by Or
dinary J K Poise
It t* talked by everybody that >ne of
the itemorat* In Statue of the election
and cami*al*jn fund did e\erxthlr.g h
could yesterday for Page with the result
that he went in l> l* vot*-
There le.gre.i* rejoicing here over the
re Milt of the rW-tlon
U MtiHT l> WORTH.
V letorlea Were Won by the f>c mn
erati W bo < on tea ted.
Bylvester. Oa . Oct 4 The vote in
Worth county was light Htnte House offi
cers. Judges and soil (tors of tli* I
crotlo party, w*re • , l‘ti bx over l.tw)
majority Th* county off!-ere elf - I
were Hecator G O Ford Repret*enta<tlvf
■\V L. Hikes. Ordlnarx J W Prl • . Clerk
J W Warren. BherkfT J N Hunuct.
Tax CollerMr N tl Houston. Tax lt > :v
-rr C. tv Grave*. Tr< murrr J W Ault
roan. Hurvexor K UndvA> I’orotier A
J Paul. Tte above county ofh. ere w-re
elected by 7va> mijorlt). over the PofMi.u:,
Jmlnpendent and Republican th ken.
THE VOTE 1% tITMMi.
The 4'oanty Plleil I p a lioo| Miitnr-
Ify for llrnMHTAej.
Baxley. Qa, Oct I The Democrat!*'
ticket for Bt:te Hone* offlcera < arrb I
Appling county by 255 majority. For
county offlc*>is the entire Derum rath
ticket waa elected by a majority averag
ing probably 200. J A. Johneon was
elected r#fweentatlve; A M ’ro**by, or
dinary; F B frapp*. sheriff; .1 C. Geiger,
cleik Hupenor Court; K. W Le. tax re
ceiver; J <• H Patters ti. lax collector.
J. M Been treaaurer
WJU QI IKT AT % I’II.I.MORE.
f i.nng Farmer Wn * tl*b*l,
Tbonali Not In nn t'.lection How.
BtHknore. Ga . Oct. 4.—Th election
parsed off without much e.\ * ment Thl
being almost a aoiidly I>#*mo.*ratic <Ue
trio*. thing* went pretf) w*K one wax
A light vote w IS polled
Mr W. B. Bovd >t prominent young
farmer, was etwb .. .j in t k ie a l>nt* u. but
trot a* a result of any election row Ihtvt
cofflekf. the hasailaiH. fl*i at once, and
1t non* pursued ly ottl* •
REM LT IN t M AHLTOAf.
9*pullt State Ticket Reeelxetl Elev*
rn Ante* In the 4 aunty .
Folk* ton. Ga.. OA. 4.—The Populist
•date,ticket received eleven vot* h :n this
(Charlton) county. C. U Cowart. Inl# •
pendent, was elected to the
over Roddfrbery. Democrat. J J l’p
church received a majority of 240 over
Robinson. Republican, for senator The
county ticket Is mixd F our hundred and
prrrnt] flvr votes were polled In the
lonnl I oniplrfcri In l lotil.
Rome. tie.. Oct. 4 —The count of the
vote In Floyd county was not completed
until 8 o’colck to-night. Gov Candler re
ceived 2,i*m votes, white Traylor only re
ceived 151. The widow pension Aaua was
carried by a large majority Sheriff Camp
rtcelved a majority of 1.124 over his inde
pendent op|>rent Tax Collector Han
ford's majority was 701. W A Knowrle*.
owner of the Tribune, was elected to the
legislature by ¥C majority which was a
great victory, considering the bitter hght
made on him As stated In these dis
patches last night. *a!l the Democratl*'
romlnees were elected by a large major
Ware County's Vote.
. # Oct. 4.—Out of 1,812 reg-
iptered volar# in Ware county, only 271
were t ,M lit th* p*at election An even
mi! Ired were |*oile>l *r the Opera Houm
tt- lb . ind J.'i9 It ttle Court H**tl*e.
! m ik’ng &9 |n the it\ of Wavcroep. anl
! U* In th* eat lie county outawie the city
II e if% ttot - tmr nrkl h the Sweat and
W aiter: wit ire< inco ru> return w.n
mid* to the ntaniger.- here
M-Hae <; . Ort. 4 The Itemo ratio
n*mtneep were oil ei#*.-ti| In th.* coun
ty. a?* foto* | C. M Lennar. repre
-efit.itlvr. \\ S M Duftle ordlttat > . .1
W ( iineron, clerk. J ! Stewart, sher
iff. Ch' It !4. ham ?\ re* elver lew
;*• Itawd*e tax • M.leOtOf , I C (irahatn.
tr. tMirer, J vs M.tnv. purveyor. D. 14
M irrieon. or.i,# f The -iate ticker r*
■*!'• ! a gtiotl \of * ll K VS b'ox - m •
jtit> for <*e itor from thlt dlatrlct, in
thi* count>. w.i* over iktfl
11 •an It* tn KniMitNel l nnntr.
St\ ilnatmro tin . Oct 4 Emanuel rmin
t w ent I democrat k by a g*<*>| majoriu
Frank Mitchell • inly defeated WiMimt
Canaty by u gord majorlt' The foilow
big are the ounty officer* eie-ted: Ordl
• it) John I VoiitDiM v clerk of S tpr|or
Court. John V l*rt . *herlfT. <# I*' Kktn*
• ki*. tax receiver J M H<*hert*. t.ix t>*l
It tor. W I. Stevettt; trapurcr, J. E.
• owurt, xrofu r. It E Cooper.
Wllllnm VS hidflon llend.
Kaetman, lit . (Vt 4 Mr VVlMltm
W h. Idol:, one of the moi promlPing yotiitif
men of thi?* city, died yerterdwv morninu
o typhoid f \er Mr VS'ldddon tva* in
ue • mplov of l*rlce Tompkln*. cotton buy*
• i and w.i • • w hope future nhotvel t t*
brightest prorfM- * The sympathy of
toe entire • ornmuiutv g.*ea foitli to the b*
l.lalit Vote at Mcßae.
Mcßae, ‘l.i Oct 4 - The election parsed
off qubtlx The vote wmr light, owing
to ram. atul lack of littered. The only
contort In the minty w.m that of i*o! |>
C McLennan, the nominee for represen
tative, Mr tf<>rg> M William!*. Inde
pendent and Will William*, colored, on
th- RejuibMcan tk'ket.
I. lection In l.lberty.
McfntoKh. *ji . Oct I The result* her*
ar* Candler'a majority. 517; SmUeyr
majority for aenator. 447. H F McK iv.
*kr.d defeat** Harden, white for
lature by I<* voter other ofßcerr e|e'tel
are K || Way. receiver; A H Brewer,
aherlff. W I* Brewer, collector. I> W
VS llc% llrnt t henry.
F-.lxgeraM, Oa Ort 4 R H Wilcox
defeated Cd ll ll *henev for the Sen
ile from thi* dialrlet by about *rv von
'1 he election w.i -a pirite<| affilr. and
wan hotly contra ted n both pale* .V|r
Wl.cox w'tip the . .mdldate of the Brphlbl
fion element, while Col. Chaney tok the
•Me of b* il <pt!i
In laMuall 4 nnty.
neldkvtlle. On . Oct. 4.—The entire
lemocratlc u ket wa.< elected in Tatt
nall county, except Representative Mil
ton llrepoton. Potuillat. wat *le'te*t over
J 1* Tlpptn*. I>emo*rat. by 12f major
*>' I> A Himly. f>mocratle novnlne*
lor aenator. re rived n majority f 71
over Uric* .
Heawlfa at Kllavllle.
Kikivllic. tla .b t 4 The election
'••'iter.fav faulted a* follow> I>emocrti<
'••te. 2HT*. Populirv ■£ <‘ounty off!cer*
H*|.r* tentative H II Singletary, ordi
nary. T K Taylor; aherllT L E Tombe.*.
tax *olle*tr. Jam** Kelly; ux re elver,
T C. Tom bee; clerk J M Murray.
Report from Snalnxhnro.
Swalnpforo. Oa . Oct. 4 The Democrat*
of Emanuel county went In b\ an over*
v helming majority over, the >*npu.t**
and lnde|a*nden!p Re-preventative Frank
Mitchell. Demo ratio nominee beat Will
iam C.inna*). I J ofiul|*t. ;y .777 vote*.
The I (Mint In Richmond.
Augusta Oct I The *nnolJdat*d offl
• lal return - for Richmond county *how
Cand.er. Traylor. 9. for rat ill-ntlon
f con*tltutional amenlm**iit. 72. . again**
rtitift. .ition 34
Mow It Went in lleeafur.
Bainhridge. Oa.. Oct. 4 Decatur county
give** *tae h*>u* oftj. ere k.’** majority over
CopullHt* All the D>mocrn4l< county of
ficer were elected by th* majority.
< finilen In l.lne.
Kingpland. •*. , < let I <‘amden county
went D< rru erotic by a nrg* m ajority, for
txth *tate and county officer.' l .
M W** I HUM \V VD HOW.
Sira. llnkln*on VVn nn Inmate of
• he Home.
Wayerona. Oa Oct 4 Mr*. F K Ha*-
ktn*on of thl* city. U Intinute y acquaint
ed with the family *f lion William Jen
nings Br>an, haxlng leen a irv’inN r of
tlie Bryan household for eight* en months,
at Jacksonville, n: and almut the pain*
length of nm*- at Lincoln. Neb
The Or***- Lumber Company ai V!arte
• a *, on the B and VS Bitlwi<i\. ha* bean
•hut down for aomr Hme *.n account a
*• r ity of water The company l* put
ting down an artesian well, however. md
x-k|cia an abundant supply soon.
Rev A B Finley m* return***! from
Echol* county, where h preachad the fu
neral of Mr Elia* \ Newbern Mr.
Nv w bern wa* • newspaper man and was
known extensive!' in thi* *tin
IIOM VI Vis IILSS IIS II St k KD.
Ktral* at the I rottinu llre Mreed
inu %paoelnHot* Urrbnu
Ky . Oct 4 Interest in th
third *b> - progiamme of tha Kentucky
Trotting Horse lire* ding Am soda lion fall
meeting was center* 1 on the TransylvanWi
2:13 class trotting, purs* S&.<WO which wan
won by Botalm. winner >f ntt >'oi **
futurltj. from laiwson’* Boston stables
He w.i* the tavOfit* 2 l 3. and at this
figure wa- |iu>ed heavily, about tJS.ona
tedtig placed on htm.
The Tranwylvania. 2:13 clns*. trotting
va)u j:.,**** HataSm:i won se* oiml. third
an*i fourth ht* and race. York Box,
*( tk*i. winning firt beat. Lord Drrb>.
:bird. Time 2:115 4 . je. 2.-VJII; 2e\
2 >* cki**. trotting, purs*- ll.tnu. Fir.tn-
wn thitt. fourth and fifth heats and
i a < , Nwton A. * cotid. winning tl r 1
and► vmd heat- Klmr llurnU rt. ihtnl
Time 2;13; 2:13; 2 1.V 4 ; 2:15; 2:12V
Futurity , 2-year-old i**. ing purse |U).-
*** Ail*'** Ma**s won second td thlrl
h* it- and race. M **•* o|*h*lla. second;
Furl third, winning llrst heat. Time
2 it;; 2:14V
•‘We sent 15 *ents by mall for a toy
warranted to keep our baby quiet for
“Well, what *ll*l you get?**
“We got one of thoee *onllmiou*-*queak
rubiwr pig*." lndlana|H>ll* Journal.
H Tear ior a Pair*
Only eapeetant mother*, or tho*o who h-ve horns I _ tShAjfcA
ehlldrei. know th* full mear.tntot these word.. ■ W
Every womn should tell every other woman shout / V -\-%r r
•‘MOTHER'S TRIERO. ** that wonder .I ! rt- W * - . \
ment that aftopWa mil pmln incident to ch:;dblnh.
There t* nothin, like It. , 7 v
11*0. . MORTOW.er M..l—e. It C...V* I "Tee *'" 'e-' wgt . .o"*'. i \
he t.M I. “< 'M efce. .*. • ttyw.ew.l eelvtee Xta--*, V
hortte, he-ve .ner.M-,nt a- led.tvo ten i.u.-m. Th _ //\, .T? v
She i.dteeg mi.ee^ly.*h**fc t • M e*.. , So.e4. .!
gold by .11 tw rw..u, e* wul Mwtjr "W-IVM
m**'!. et f-tce. gI.OO. fcik vewlnd " Met.he~t re, r’ClffW', / / \
-pen swii..nw- heed y.*..* e**’-. 1 t ..idfew. *V ow Hm If < // /; I*r T
ntr ■iwonri.lt lKt I.ATOB '.. kllanta. Ca.
THE MORNING NEWS: PRIDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1000.
Forecast for Friday and Haiurday—
| For Georgia and South r'arolln*. Rain
Frlh.tv and probably Saturday; fresh
r.orthwem to east winds
For l-aist* rn Florida Rain Friday and
prob thiy Saturday, ex* eja In extreme
southern portion. lreh noutheaeterly
i wftids ,
I K r Western Florida Rain Friday and
j probably rtatijr I*v . freh northeasterly,
i shifting to northwesterly wln*-
Yesterday's Weather at Huvanrmh—
. Maximum temperature 1 T* p.m HI degree*
M ntinum tffnptaiur* Tom 72 degree*
Mean temperature 77 degree
Normal lemperature . .72 degrees
Ex * * of temf*eratur sd<gre**s
Accumulated *xc a* Mp.ce m
I 23 degrees
A imulat. and * x * m alii'e Jan
I 57 degree*
Rainfall TANARUS, tn-'h
Normal 15 Inch
Ex** -* *in* Oc 1 4 ct incites
Deficiency since Jan. 1 . C 74 n.-he*
Rlvrr Rej*ort The hlght of tin Savan
nah river wt Augusta at m m. t7ftth me
nd Inn time j yesterday was '? feet f.• 11
of 0.1 foot during the preceding twenty
t’otton region bulletin. Savannah. Ga .
for the twent' four hourw ending at s a
tn 73? h meridian time. Oct I. l*no
St |Mx Mm. iUd
Savannah district lT*m |Tm • fall
Alajuth., **a . doudv • *♦' 7b 14
Albany, clear M 72 42
Americus, * loudy C l 10
Ralnbrklge. loudy *l 72 oo
East m in, cloudy 52 ox :,j
Fort linnrf -doudy . 74
*(alnevllle. Fla pt cldy *42 72 '2
Mll.cn. *#, cloudy 2 7*2 H 7
Quitman, cloudy .... *2 T
Sttvantuih. raining M 72 1 4*>
Tbeimaavlile. • loudy . li 72 oo
Way croak, cloudy . vn ih j*
•Received too late for telegraphb* av
Heavy Rains- Kings’ re*. H. C., 1 W
WCminfton. N C . 172
Sta- Max. Min Rain
Central Station*, lion* T**m Tern fall
Atlanta 12 7k
Augusta II ki 7f>
Charleston 5 K 2 72 A2
Galveston 27 W ok ™
Little Ro**k 13 9b 1 *4 00
Memphis 15 2 't)
Mobile 9 m bt
Montgomery j 7 M 70 M
New Orleans j 14 k> ♦*** T
Savannah 12 M 7? 43
Vlckaburg 11 k.* *d T
Wilmington . lo 7*> Rh 42
Remark* Tempcraturee continue unvn.
sonibly high. partlnilkrß over th*- west
ern *llsrlcts. Rales have lten g*neral
over the eastern an*l entnl llstri tr
Observation* taken at the same moment
of time at nil si at lons. Oct 4. 1900. * p m
75th meridian time
Names of Stations. | T V Rt n
Boston, clear . k*> 5
N**w York City, cloudy *+> H
f*hi.**b-lphia dexstj ?•* t> ”b
Washington City. ( lmdv . 7b I. T
Norfolk, cltvidv 4h • T
Haftera*. clear 74 L Rt
VV ilnvingloti |t cloudy .7k L i!
t'har'.otttx clotuty 7b L *A
Raelgh. pi cloudy 74 L 14
Charles ton. raining 7*4 is (vs
Ailunt.i. cSoul>- 70 12 .*<#
\Ufietn. cloudy 74 L ft I
* ivar nah !•• i l\ 7*'. 1. 2*l
Ju ksotivl.ie. pt cloudy 7k k *>l
Jupiter, cloudy 75 1J .22
Ke\ West. |*’ **loud> ..52 * ■
Tampa, cloudy 74 L 1.24
Mobile, cloudy 7k 8 j .10
Montgomery, mining 7*2 1* 78
Vicksburg, cloudy 78 L T
New- *>rlean*. cloudy *-* L T
Galveston, clear 84 L .'*i i
corpus Christt. dear .... 82 12 <■
Palestine, clear 80 L R*
Memphis, clear at u txi
|*t cloudy Bft L .00
Pittsburg, doudx 8° L **• ;
Buffalo, cloudy 7k L R
Detroit, pi cio’idy 72 8 *•
Ctilcago. clear k 4 14 j
Marquette. cloud> sis* \* 12
Ft Paul, pt cloudy 74 k T
Davenpin. dear 78 k oo
Ft Louis, clear 82 L tit
Kansas City, clear 8* it *>
• tklah<m*i. cioinly 7x io *u
l>o*ige City, pt c!oud> 7k k *i>
North I*l j!fe. dear . 7k k
W B Royer.
Local Forecast ortl- Uii.
THE SSI DOSS SS S* 1 SIIIOI H.
It flined Io l.rml I Inner Munrt, mil
Then He iHunppenred.
From the New York Times
Little Nec k. !, I . Oct. 2 Mr William
Klrkmon. twi • u widow whose last hus
band was Capt Kirk man of the Saddle
Rock oyster fame. # answered an adver
tisement of .* man who wanted a wife.
The wdver'l?’tnent w.. answered In a few
days by the appearance of a portly, well
dressed man of about sa. who m lUI he was
a wealthy fruit grower of California. H
said his name was Henry M ison. and that
he w is stay Ing in Newark. N J . w hile in
A f w days after Mr. Mamin's first visit 1
Mrs Kirk mar. sold ..l her proper! \ to her
stepdaughter. Mrs. Reeves, nn.l w •- .ilmmi!
to settle all tier business in th* East,
prior to her marriage and migration to
California The widow s four children
were fitted out In new clothes, and she
bought a wedding outfit
Mason explain'd that he wanted the*
children to b* dt. --*d In styl* . a>* his |?-
cvme Was fl.s.tm a year. Theti he -k***| for
a loan of P*p t< pay bir the tranj>or'a
tton of the fam ly i* California, explaining
t the •m that hi- tfTairs were in such
shape that !• *ou!d not obtain th*- r*ady
money in Newark, although it w i due
him by n weal*h> man there.
When Mr Mason commenced visiting
Mrs kirkman. Mrs Iteevf s w irned h**s
agalnat letttng him have any money, and
when Mason asked Mrs. Klikman for
money to get th* railrottd tl k* - for Cal
ifortiia. >h t*ld him that sin would go
with him to buy them. ll** left, paying
that he would purchase the ttek'-ts on
the wedding d*> On th* ippniiHed day.
Fun*la> he dl l not put In nn app* irain .
All day > esterday Mr- Kirkman waited
for him. mid when he did not appear, eh*'
concluded to let In r neighbors know of the
affair Yesterday a detfctlvt from New
York whoga\ hi* nann as llanrion. cal'-
ed looking f*r M *hoii lie -aid Mason had
morri* Iji woman on S* pt 23 of this year,
and had abandoned her after rt* • Ing her
out of about E*B'.
It Is now iMvdtlvclv staled that the
disease from which the Emp*ror of China
has been variously reported as mero’y
sick nearly dead and 1- and Is cancer of
the throat. !r. Rauchman of Fhanghal
me**!* such a diagnosis ; Dr. Del here, a
French physician, reached the - ime con
clusion and Dr. F'n-ng I Jan l’cng. the of
ficial native physician, agreed with them
Matter* of Interest tn Shipping Men
I’rep iranon* were hslng made by tho
tug Abram Mints at the foot of Abercorr
street yesterday to go to *e r >-day. pro
vlded the wrather permits Tne tug will
tow a mud kow to Tamfia and from
• h*re will goon an extended voyage Af
ter delivering the scow at Tamps t*ie
Minis will proceed to Babine Tass. where
►he will take three batges. and thence
to Bouth Pass. where she will
l* * k up n fourth barge The four
will l*e btought to Feinandtna for the
contracting firm of Christie. Iwe a
Hey worth This will be the kmg**t vov
ge ati*l the most extensive lot of tow-
Ir g the Minis has done since she was
turned xut he will he commanded on
the voyage by Capt. Frank H Avery.
BTATIBTIC* OF THE FONT.
Hrptfßaher Arrival* and Tnasagr.
\ eeaela nrtd Their Rift.
The Morning News gives to-day the to
tal number of vessels arriving at this
port during rhe last month, with the rigs,
nationality and net tonnage. The number
<) * not Include the arrivals at quaran
tine nr Tybee, bn only those vessels
which have arrived as the wharves, and
have discharg'd enrgoe*. or are in bal
last or loading It doe* not Include river
or inland coast st#*m*rs. nor does It In
clude vessels under !ofl tons. The arrivals,
with the r*gs and nationality, are as fol
F S Rk* B'na Fch* Tol l
American tt.u£ : 4!9 IJMIMN
British 28.218 717 28.8kk
Italian 4.<2 ti4k j 4 708
Norwegian ... 4.350*1389 Ml 9
Belgian 1.797 1.791
S|vanish , 292 282
Austrian j j j .518 ....j 846
* Total 77.227 7.213 2 332 4.787 91.588
American 27 2 1 3 ST
British 14 2 2 18
Italian j 2 1 ) j 3
Norwegian | | k l .....j 7
Swedish j 1 j i 1
Belgium j 1 | • •. ...j 1
F|winlsh | j 1 j
Austrian 1 1
44 B 4
I'nvienirrn l> Mramvlilps.
Pnesengers by steamship Tallahassee
New York for Savannah. Oct. 2.—W Rog
-r* n*l wife. Mr*. W. K. Keener. Mrs
It Harvln. Miss L A Barnard. A ()
Guerard, Mlm W. Dodge. Mis# A Von-
Berger. Mrs. J Von Merger. Mis* M Don
nelly. W. Charles Harvln.
I*r M F. Dunn. Rev. C. II Strong. T
C R#-U. Mrs J loerr and son. Col J A
Hruce. Mr* \1 Meolean. M J Meiff, 9
I. B* rwell. Mis** K Wicker. Mrs. W L
Smith. A Itougan. R F Sinclair al>d wife
C F Ht tilt a. Miss N Ivodge. Miss M
Fonda. R F Jone*. R F Parsons. \V F
Conning. F C Dermott. Mrs Merendex
.inil two daughters. Maude C Wllliame
Mrs. J J Graham. II McAlpin and wife.
J Contrail, Mrs F V. Walker. Mls Mf*
Alpin Mr- Gsirfatn, Miss Hlldner. W C
Hatty. C A Ra Rough. Mrs C W
Pierce. B D Mendleshon. A Burnett. W
Beck. Charles Eckert. Mbs A Meich. II
V Baya. J P Kilmer. N ThorklMner.
Willis Norman. E. D Lawson. E L
Frevlrlcks. \V. If Fulton and wife. Miss
Grace Fulton Hattie William, Georgia
Washington. Miss B. Williams. C. B
Houston. Miss M Sullivan. Mrs A Gor
don. Misses A and G Gordon. T Ed
wards. J. Scott. M Ahrnld. H IShilnde.
J Mlchal. R Heller. W Sneed Mrs
Sneed, J Taylor.
!*asenger by steamship Ksnsas City,
for New York yesterday -Mrs C Bruns.
Georg*' V\ Owen*. Mrs But her Sykes.
Mrs. I* H ilosnril. Mrs. Hamlet. F N.
Ilancix* k. Mrs Thomas Hunter. J O Mil
ler. M K O’ Neal. K fanur. Fred Sea
ord. J Cleveland. H. 11. Hall. Jr.. H S
H halk MBs Reaele Reed. Mr* H E
Adam- Theod>re Htemfeldt J D Chl
che r# r and w ife. H A Oiounts. Mrs J
II Ballex. Miss Susetta llafley. Miss
Laura Ie Ive. Mls? A Beach. MO* B
|lea h. Mis- Da lay Baker, rapt O I*
Beach. Mis • s Ballentin* H K Hans
ford W H Meyers, F. L Trier. W. II
c..ambcra and seven Intermediate.
Hun rlse- at 5’A a m and sets at 639
High water nt Tyhee to-day at 4 29 a
m and 4 :.7 p m High water at Savan
nah on< hour later.
Phases of the Moon for October.
n H M
Firs* quarter Is lh eve.
Full moon H 7 18 morn
Last quarter ............15 3 M morn
New moon 2.5 7 27 morn
First quarter 31 2 17 morn
ARRIVAL* AM) DEPARTURES.
Vessels Arrived Yeslerday.
Steamship Al.egheify Foster. Philadel
phia J J Caro; in. Agent
Steamship Ycstor (Bn. Kerr. Fleetwood.
Hr • hen A <
Bteamshlp <Br), ivtterson Rotier
dani Barnard A* Cos
S< h*vner T. A Ward. Collins. Hagua.—
'Pug Neptune. Darien, towing raft.
pnssed Ikinn to \rnn Point.
H** amshlp Geo. Fleming (Br). Pars low
\ essels Went to Wen.
Steamship Kansas City. Fisher. New
Huaniship I>. H Miller. Peters, Balti
Hteamshlp Mawcanomo (Br), Mann.
J ksonvlile. Fla . CM 4 —Arrived.
strron)*r Miami. Ifelano, Havana and
for Miami tug IHi untie*;*. Floyd.
Catdenns. and sallel for Tampa with
S'-hnner B Frank Nc.illy in tow
Hilled, steomer May Port T.impa
t*nat 1 rton, Oct 1 Arrive I. steamers
Comanche, Rcs*kweli. Ju ks*nvllle. and
pro •*- .led to New York. Carlb, Ingram.
Brunsw l k
Cieored. steamer Annie (Br), Grahl.
Arrived, -bsrner Iroquois. Kemble. New
York Eaperten -el strong head wind*,
high se.s Will prox.’eel to Jacksonville
Jacksonville. Fla., Oct. 4—Entered.
hooner Bartholdi. Amberonan. Grenada.
Cl. • red. schooner Mary J. Russell. An
Fernandlns. Fla . Oct. 4 Arrived.
** hooner C I> Hall. Gray. Brldgejxsrt.
conn ; Myra H Weaver. Bannerman.
Baltimore. CM. 4 —Balled, steamer Dor
Iluelva. Kept. *-Balled, steamer
Aarhuus. (K*t 3-Arrived. llirunlo.
Penaa‘ola. via Norfolk
Hamburg. <ict I.—Arrived. steamer
Philadelphia. Oct a 4 —Cleared, schooner
Horace G Morse. Jacksonville.
Notice to Mariwers.
Pilot cherts and alt hvdrographlc Infor
mation will be furnished masters of ves
sels tfree of charge i- T’nlted grates hy
drographic office )n Custom House Cap
tains are requested to call at the office
Keporu of wrecks and dtrellcti rtctlvtd ,
KNOWN BY ALL NATIONS.
Twice the price could buv no better.
LIP P.M AN BROS., Savannah Agents.
DISCOUNT on Buck's Stoves and Ranges. Every
one must be moved from off our floor this week. This is
the time to buy your stove. Every stove guaranteed to be
first-class. This discount is only for one week.
LINDSAY & MORGAN
Will remove to 112 Broughton, west.
Scotch and Irish Whiskies.
We are agents for the most celebrated Scotch and
Irish whiskies, imported direct from the distilleries of
Scotland and Ireland.
These Scotch whiskies are the blend of the finest
Highland whiskey matured many years in wood before
l>ottled. The expert Analyist describes this Scotch whis
key as the perfection of Highland whiskey, and is special
(). V. H., selected Old Yatted Highland whiskey from
Glasgow, Scotland. The latest novelty in Scotch whiskey
is distilled by Rutherford of Leith, Scotland, and is called
Scotch Cherry Whiskey, and very palatable indeed. We
are also agets for the famous old Irish whiskey, imported
bv us from Wheeler, Belfast. Ireland.
i Agents for Scotch and Irish Distilleries
for transmission to the Navy Depart
Per steamship Kansar CJtv. to New
York Oct 4—2.431 bales upland cotton 2
cases shingle-. 712 hbls cotton seed oil.
191 pkgs domesll's. 47 bales sweepings.
17n b"B rosin, lftl hbls tur|H*nilne.
! feet lumlier M 2 lil h<b*s. X hbls fish, 2*
l*k£* fruit, 92 cases t lgars, 1 bale tolw *>.
45 iwles wool. 89 bales sponge, 292 pkg>
Per steamship D. 11 Miller, for Balti
more. Oct. 4 1.132 bales up
land cotton. hbls rosin.
153.932 feet lumber. 50 hbls pitch, 72
hbls rosin oil. 1..34'* .-arks clay. 2k! pkg
tndse. 1.37 pkgs domestics and yarns. 25
*ases palmetto fiber, 47 bales palmetto
MARK II %N N % % nxiHIIM.F.U,
'worn Htatenient In tßror* That
He la Worth About X!MNNI.
From the Washington Times.
A startling revelation has just been
made at Cleveland, which shows that
Mark Hanna. Instead of being a pluto
crat, Is one of the poorest citizens of the
republic It all came out through the of
fice of the assessor of <*u>rm'<k4 county.
Mr llanra has mane • sworn return to
till- meddlesome nffi. ial showing that the
value of all his persona! property is only
a little more than |9 of. This return m<k*<
Mr Hanna’s tax hill f r the year very
small, and. as before stated, ••hows that
he Is a |oor man It Is suggested that If
Mr Hanna continues much longer to il>
vote himself to the Interests of Mr M
Kinley he will b*- a bankrupt, for It is
w-eii known that when Mr Hanna fir-f
cut* re I puhlt' life h xx i- xx - rth many
It Is recalled that hi* first great stroke
of statesmanship and act rf patriotism
consist# 1 in contributing liiially to th*
fund ialsd to pay Mr. McKinley's debts,
which were accumulated because con
fessedly Mr M-Kinley wi* a state-man
and nt a business man But this patriotic
ad did not cost Mr. Hanna more than •#.-
ton declare thoss who profess to know
all about It His senatorial ainpatgn did
not <ost him much, according to th** state
ments of himself and his lieutenants Mr
Hanna s living expenses .r* not nearly
so heavy as are those of twenty or more
other statesmen at Washing’* n. who hav*
acquired a great deal les> fame than has
Mr Hanna What. then. I: I- being asked,
has l*ecome of Mr Hanna firtune** It ,
Is not bell ved that he put ail the money j
for Mr McKinley In the last eumpalgn
or that he has liecn drawing on hi* own
bank account for the I*resld*nt s benefit
In this eampalgn And xet Mr. H tun# s
swrn stHteme .t r- < * tit 1 y mad- at o*>ve- i
land shows him to be aim st a pauper, i
Remember this No o:her rm In Inc has
such a record of cures as Hood's Har.-a
parilia When you want a g**xt medicine,
For Orer nftjr A ears.
Mrs. winsloor's B*vothlng Byrup has ben
useq cor children t*eth#ng It s*kj4 iea the
chl.d. aivftens the gums, allays all pdn
cures wind colic, and Is the best r**m* dy
for Diarrhoea. Twenty-five cents a buttle. 1
\\ uniter- Hill \e,er ('en.e,
Uppinnn Brother*. who|r*ale driiKlT'sir.
Lip; men hi. ck of thl* ilty, ure shin,
away fre--. • *plen<tl<l resuUtor clock
neatly J high, with calendar attach*
merit, aluo three doien aample Ixit-
Hr, of Uppmana liver ,ailw. rtee
to the purchgaer "f three do*,
en Llprman's chill unci fever t, nc. Thl
celebrated and renowned chill tonic ta
~dd with a po*l>lve guarantee. "No cure,
no piy." nd the price n n-l ilw is the
-ante .ta other standard chill tonic*.
Tht great **pen** I- undergone -imply
to Introduce Llppman'a chill and fever
tonic the bct in the wot Id—ad.
CorAlnucd from Seventh Page.
Weatern regular. UMHIr. do lo*a oIT
Potatoe* quiet; Jeraeyg *1.009*.50; New
York 1 .V>wl 2‘,. Ixnig I stand. tI.MI7S.
Jerae \ hw eeta. 12 2VU2 75.
IVanuu *tea.l\. fancy handpicked. IS
♦V . other domeatlc, 2Yk®4c.
Cabliage quU-t, Long leland. per 100
Frelglita to Llveriuol quiet; cotton by
at earn, 454(5* ,'
Th- market tor . offee fiitupea opened
'" 'idy nt tin* hanged prl -e to g point*
id' m.c on covering and mod-rate foreign
'H|*t'rt. f.t ..wing .e-tier cable* than e
pe-ted. which cauacd ae||era to withdraw
Ruled quiet buying being checked by the
• mitlmi-d heavy rwLlpu at Rio and San.
It t ly o’ a net nd
'ance of 5 to 10 |>!nt*. Total aale* 24 250
bub. in hiding beemher. *7 :>*; January,
*7 K>; March. TANARUS! 4&67.&1.
COTTON 'KKD OIL.
New Y’crk. Oct t —Cotton aee.l nil wa*
tlrmiy hr-ld but not active For delivery
In November. I'e ember and January. 35c
bid amt 3**’ aakeil. while lale October
runce- (tv>m NL' u 27c. and prompt oil un
ching.d Prime crude barrel* nominal.
Prime aummer >r;lw. .TitjJl'-ic |>rompt;o,<T
yellow. 414i42c, prime w hite *vf) lie; prime
< lilt AGO AI AHKKT9.
Chicago Oct. I— Lack of outside spec
illation Offset hulllah news to-day and
wheat . I need t,4i-V lower for November
Corn closed and out* a abide down
Provision* closed 104,171,,■ lower
The IcadlnK future* ranged aa follow*:
opening Hteheet. Lowest Cloac
Wheat No 2
, Oct 77'. 77\ 754 7*\
I Nov. 7* '<|7S'* 7V' 77\tj774 77',
!>.<• 7*MiTO 79 7*4 7*4
Corn No 2
Oct. .. t*V"t"4 4h% XI 7 , *1
Nov. . JT437, 37 17', S7N,
In. S’.er.i* X.', w, v,
Ullii No 7.
Oct .. 224 274 r'.flS'. 324ff224
Nov. 22' 77','./as 77". r?4<i2',
I>, < 2744123 23 22441224 224
Mere Pork per bhl.—
not .. >l3 m $M lo $1? 6 lisio
Nov. 11 or. 11 70 ii *ji, n go,
Jan 12 < 12 00 II C, 11 U
1..H.1, |>er 100 lbr
Oot 7 1"> 7 35 7 77', 7 3ft
Nov .. 7 to 7 42', 7 27', 730
Jon 7 07', 7 07', 7', 7',
Short RIIm. per W* It**.—
Oct *22t, *72', *O6 *O-,
Nov .... 7 36
Jail H 6 12', 374 6 3 l,
Cilfh quotation* were ye follow*: Flour
•leadv . No 3 prlng wheat. 7411 TtV; No 2
red. 7'*’*. : No 2 corn. *")tftl>’; No. 2 yel
low. f. I". No, 3 .at:*. 214#23*c- No 2
m ■ . No whlta 33‘tetH.i
N . 2 r'. 62V • fair to choice malting
harlc> .vat®. ; No 1 Mix reel fl.Kl; No 1
Northwestern. 31.314 c: prime timothy ae-xl.
>4 31 u I ■-■>; me* pork. per barrel, 313 mtf
l.". .V. Inr.l per 100 pounds. t7.3Mf7.3nt:
short rib* eld"*. (loose) t*'tttl26; dry
sipetl shoulders. tboxed). W Cl)>,tf3.o A*:
short clear sides, ih.rxe.lt. s ®. w his
ky, ba*l* of high wines, $1.27.
A Del;.-.oils Smoke.
The Herbert Spencer 1* an elegant cigar
ami is truly a delightful enjoyment ta
Inhale the fumes of thla Mne tobacco; It
la evbdaratlng and delicious.
See that the name of Herbert Spencer
la on every wrrapper of every cigar, with- !
out which none nre genuine.
The Herbert Spencer cigars arc only 1
sold by the box of 10 Conc has at 33 M. and
Perlectoa. 31 ft) at l-tppman Bros., whole
aaie druggists. Barnard and Cangrau 1
streets, of this city —adL
Panldlna'a Pippin rider.
Thla celebrated pure, apple juice elder, |
made In Lonq leland. can be had in pint
or tpiart bottle*, direct from the manufac- :
turera. with their own stamp, at Ldppman I
Lu Bavaooafa, Qg.—®d, j
Ocean SteamsMD Go.
Unaurpaßiwl cabin accommodation* Ail
(ha comfort* of a modarn ho*l Kiactn,
llchta. I'ncxrallcd labia. Tlckata toc.u4a
meals and bertha aboard ahlt>.
Passenger Pares Iron Savannah.
TO NEW TOKK—EIHBT CABIN. U
FIHBT CABIN KOCKD TRIP tK I.n!
TER 11 EDI ATE CABIN. *li. INTERME
DIATE CABIN ROCND TRIP. IX
TO BOSTON - FIRST CABIN. Hi;
FIRST CABIN ROUND TRIP. ** IN
TERMEDIATE CABIN, tl?; INTERNE
diate cabin round trip. _i*.
STEERAGE. *ll 7*
Tha aaprara stam*hlpa of thta Una ara
appointed to mil from Savannah. Cantral
(XMh) meridian time, aa -ollowa.
■ AVAMSAB 1-0 *KW YORK.
TALLAHASSEE. Capt. Aaltlna. SATUR
DAY. Oct . 300 p m
CITY OK At’aUSTA, Capt. Di**cU.
TUEDBAY. Oct. 9 500 p m
NACOOCHEE. Capi Smith, THURSDAY,
Oct. U, * 900 p m
CITY OF BIRMINGHAM, Capt. Br*.
FRIDAY. Oct 12. lOfln a m
KANSAS CITY. Capt Floher, SATUR.
DAY. Oct 13. 9:00 p m.
TALLAHASSEE. Capt. Aektna. Tl EB
DAY oct I*. n no a m
CITY OK AUGUSTA. Capt Da*ct,
THURSDAY. Oct. 19. 1 00 p m
NACOOCHEE. Capt Smith. SATURDAY,
Oct 30. 3:00 p m -
KANSAS CITY .Capt Fisher. TUES-
I>AY, Oct 23. 430 p m
CITY OF BIRMINGHAM. Capt. Brr*.
WEDNESDAY. Oct 34.* sOh p, tn
TALLAHASSEE Capt A*kin*. THURS
DAY'. Oct 25. SSo p. m
CITY OF AUGUSTA. Capt. Dafgat.
SATURDAY. Oct 27 700 P m
NACOOCHEE Capt SmHh. TUESDAT.
Oct. SO 10 Oft p m
NOTlCE—Stcamshtp City of Blrmtn*.
ham will not carry pnsen*era
SEW fONk TO MOBTOSI.
CITY OF MACON. Capt. Savage. MON
DAY*. Oct 3. noon
CITY OF MACON. Capt. Savage. FRI
DAY, Oct. 12. noon
CITY OF MACON. Capt. Savage.-WED
NESDAY. Oct. 17. noon
CITY OF MACON. Capt Savage. MON
DAY. Oct 22 n.n
CITY OF MACON. Capt Savage. FRI
DAY Oct 20, noon
CITY OF MACON. Copt. Savage. WED
NESDAY. Oat *1 noon.
Thia company reaervea the right to
change Ita ealltnga without notice and
without liability or accountability there
Sailing* New Y'ork for Savannah Tuea
dava, Thuradaya and Saturday* 500 p m
w. G BREWER. City Ticket and Bn-a
enger Agent. 107 Hull afreet. Savannah,
E W. SMITH. Contracting Freight
Agent. Savannah Ga
R G TREZKVANT. Agent. Savannah,
WALTER HAWKINS Oenra! Aent
Traffic Dep't, 224 W Bay aireet, Jark
E H HINTON. Traffic Manager. Sa
P E I-E FEVRE. Manager. New
Pier 35. North River. New Y’ork. N Y
Savannah to Baltimore & Philadelphia
Tickets on gale at company’* offi-a *■
the following point* at very low rateg
ATLANTIC CITY. N J
BALTIMORE M BUFFALO. N. Y.
CHICAGO, ILL CLEVELAND. O.
HAGERSTOWN. PA HARRISBURG.FA
HALIFAX N S
NIAGARA FALLS. NEW YORK.
Firt-clam tlckele Include meaU and
bertha Savannah to Baltimore and FMla
detphta Accommodations and rutaiha
Freight capacity unlimited; caref'il
handling and oulek dispatch
The eteamahlps rf thia company are ap
pointed to aall from Savannah aa folio**
(Central Standard Ttmei
ITASCA Copt Rlliups. SATURDAT.
Oct. I, *S)O *k tn .
DORCHESTER. Capt Jamc*. TUES
DAY. Oct 9. <m p. tn
TEXAS. Capt Eldredge. THURSDAt.
Oct. 11. Hih a m
D H MILLKIt Capt Peter*. SATUR
DAY. Oct 13. 9no p m
And from Bnlilmore Tweaday*. Thura
day* and Saturday* at 4 00 p. m
ALLEGHANY. 4 apt. Y'oeter. SATUR
DAY fNI *. 400 p, m.
BERKSHIRE, tap* Kyan, WEDNES
DAY’. Oct 10. *> or* p m
ALLEGHANY. Capt. Fo*ter, MONDAY.
Oct IS, 12 noon,
BERKSHIRE. Capt. Ryan, FRIDAY,
Oct. 19. 2:*n p. m
ALLEGHANY’ Capt. Foater, TI’ESr'AY,
Oct. 23. 5:00 p m
BERKSHIRE. Cars Ryan. SATURDAY.
Oct. 27. 7on p m
ALLEGHANY. Capt Foater. WEDNES
DAY. Oct. 31. 12 noon.
SAILINGS FIK*M PHILADELPHIA
EVERY FIVE DAYS AT 4 on p M
Ticket Office No. 112 Bull tre*t
J. J CAROLAN. Agent.
NEWCOMB COHEN. Tray Aft.
W. P TURNER O P A
A D STEBBINS. A. T M
J C. WHITNEY. Traffic Manager
General office*. Baltimore. Md,
li R Neal, r r Millais I
Presides* Vice Free'deni
Hsnbt Blok. Jr Rae'y sad Trees
Sastt, Doors and Blinds,
Paints, Oils, Varnishes,
Class and Broshes,
Lime, Cement and Plaster,
•nr and Wkltakn streets.
Morphine and Cocaine habits caired patft
leaely In 10 to 30 days The only guareo
teed painless cur*. No curs no pay.
Address. PR- *■ HEFLIN.