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A TEXAS WONDER.
Mali'* (irraf Die,-oxer*.
On* *mall bottl* of Halt's G roat Dis
covery turn* all kldt.ay and i.laddaf
HMMM *TJV . f*Nt I ahla
seminal acnlaa.ona. <ak an ) lama ••< k
rheumatism an>l all lrr> guUrttl- a of th*
kid- *>•* and 4>l.<l(ler in both nvtt and
Woman regulat-e bl.ilbr Iroub*-* 1“ ft' ll
dran it H.. 1 sold I • *
aam m> mal ~n r-ce pi ot *1 onß
amal! botii* la two Months in
and wdl cum anv caa almvn m*itlnn*<l
I>r E W Hall, sol* manufacturer t‘ O
Box ft* Ri 1 „1, Mo Band f"* lat
-tnonlala tiold liy al. drugfttats and ttolo
anona Cos.. Bavaonah. Ga.
r>r F W Hal!, SI Louis, Mo Tver
Bir- ri-a- ship m* thr** Hal! *
Oiaai Duoov'rv b> flrt empree*.
a>> and aver on* gr.mi I! xlv* prf*ct R 3 '
n and re* Ml id M to nl
customer*. Tours irulv,
H f GROVES
Fr :> Anil-Mo-opol> Drug Store.
Vals Fig D'o 11
IN GEORGIA AND FLORIDA.
Mitt* AM) \ll %% * the: uu in
Ttt O hi % I I N.
fttoitor of Macon Try lon f %rrnwa
Cos Hut Out flic .*•* and Water I nui-
V nn>— Hniif!•• f nncltidc Their I I
lalllr Mrrflnii—< MlliliK %flrn>-l
II itnir-l; ii at orr r In |tr*l hi
|on aaaa |-’ |All V t 111 H M Hi Kt* ) • I
Drank nrbnllr M ill oof IMnd.
ElahluK Uchnoiirr Nook N*nr
Tm|iN-MirrißKr lo Florida.
The FrietHichlp A* • InMon of the M
ftlonary HaprUt Chur. ? hi h* u r •'
I-uhl ■ mo****) *l IMavill* Th) *' *• 11
lion covrr* ivi n >ur?tb * s hi M
tSumlCf, WrhfMf! I.** Taylor . •
iMarson. ?nl If* oi of *bc Liir**-* i--.
riA floor in Qrorusa Ti *' *• * < §*!.*• ■ w -
very Mr** from the *••*** u k himl u
creaord cvrry •*' Kvcrv train n o ■
M..ni,o w. tr<>* %*i *i h d-'dCR it*
The town man lumel • ver • rh- vl*tb> -
and troth Metfooritut" **l IlaptiM* did L
In their power lo entertain the h
%layr llii > ihr riant.
The waterworks of M on ire own*-1
t>y the Mu on (*.* tuffht arwt Water <’om-
I<• ny, a private conoratlon. Mayor
ernt h hue ben? at work t < • m< tin
cu a plan for the it> to pur l
nwater plant and th*r* > *'* rua*l
©f do Ila n> per annum to w.itei <Ol. *urre ie
The <tef lUe of hi* plan hav not yet been
made public, hut will he at the propel
lime Tf?e Mayor \ hluh.v . in ooraM' *
with ihe he h." made ►* fn
and if he auc ♦ e.la hi* purfioke he will
Ih a pubiio benefa ‘or.
Hail t nldiiK Affray*.
TV It f? the advent of the circu* at Rome
Tuesday two eerioin* tuning ofTrayw o--
tarred H C. Mobley, u farmer. u*.
t'arl Boyd in the f* e. makii 4 n fearfut
wound, from the for**hea*l down the iiheok
Cii.d around tne htn Ho>d bled profit*•
l>% but in not rtth .*ll> The
cutttnir * eutd to have lx*en iinprovoK*‘J
Mobley wc iotk*l up LaruUduna Uoo/.
cut Ri**e Jmo:*s over the left hr* a • u*l
rmntlftterina a very bad wntitwl. The J.*
rob* woman nad her baby in her urni*
and |f someone had not xnat heal it uw
tne child would have been killed.
Marl by Machinery.
W H Jackeon, eciainear of the Mtl
ledpevide Oil Comiany'a irinnery at ha
• onton while paciiitf hurriedh around the
*fu?lne m th die'harg*' of ht- dutl**
a.'ipped and. faldiift. wii cauprht in
mac'hinery and da*bed ibout with ki>
force and thrown to th< fli*or Ali the
flnaer* on hie r prhi hand %%f*re broket?
and lacerat* I to *u*h an ex ten that t *
had to i> *rii|utit*wi <t on •• Hit prn
eU iuite hc|H* :<* > i <> iv the nth
err* H** reoel-id another w. und un<i* r
the chin near the throat having !♦•* n
paerretl bs a liar' of the mucbiitc)
through to the ionm*
May Kitend l.lmlta.
It rw*cv seem* probable th#*t the repre-
the 1.4 gi-!**ture from Hi .
county will In* nxkiil to imroluc** .1 b:.
to extend tb* mrpotaf** iimi:x < ? Ma< on
an i* to take in a luge |HrtUn of the
throkly populated ► j mrbr The limit!* *f
M*<’ori are very contra te*d They lj*\-
•?ot bee*i extended fin • the found.itton of
che pktr-e .* 11 vlhag* tw>u* xeventy-ilv*
year* ago The limit of the city ex
tnd only u mile from the ct\ hall, and
within Ihk *ontra te*l epn e there ate
rVOhh |H<pi* If the Ixmjthlo Tie.** COUMI
be extetub.l for one nvr* mile lS.on p*>
pie would be added to the popular ion
of M*. .hi.
Hr, 1. W rilliv jud Rallla Brwi-
W, s.conrt dmighlcr of lha !ai Mr.
Bailie Hronarn of Ih. fNntnt, w*-ro tuar
r.ol at ih.* hrl tu>m<- ui Kixlmmo at
llia 11 a |ti f ;\antlni-ra.
Tsmr.s H ora Id J T Park t.K.<-i-o
• miner for this i>ort. has boon transferra.l
to the port of Key Wist. W illiam V!lm
tobacco es ami nr r .11 Kr> Wirt, hi. tm n
orderci hr< Mr Park left rnr K<>
West Ba:ur<la> cranlns aid reported thir
Ibis morntiiK for duty. bilr Mr, Allen
Mr. Charier B*ark aid M? Jennie ,\t.
OifTln *urpriad th* ir many fr ends at
FVt (tatwiina last Tu* :.? > evening by get
ting fn irrl and. The •n ineny Wok pia< * •
tlie residence of the ltd in Verger,
pax tor of h Hr-. * -by let km t hut*h. ot
heiated T. K Brkl.er acted a* best man
The bride wax dr***ed in . brown, tail
or-mad*- *uit A few minute* after the
ceremony the coufd t■. k ti* train for
Bavannah. when they will r**id- Mr
Bt.irk having a pmsition with the Broboatd
Air Line. H* vral of thru young friend*
occompanud them at* tat a* Vultt
-I crntuu ii-4
A quiet, but Interesting mirrlaer to >k
place Tuesday morning near l.amotit at
the beaulful countr home of MaJ ami
Mr*. T I ‘ Cookery Th<lr daughter. Ml
Kate, car glv.n In marriage to Mr U M
Jernlgan cl Fort "rMi, The ceremony
was pci formed by Hr\ J It Taylor In
a very imperative lyle The groom is a
prospi roue orange grower of l>< Koti
COmvy, amt highly ent.emed b\ .ill who
know him Mi ami Mra. .!< ■ tgan left
immediately after the wedding nr.,i*f i-t
was nerved, tor Ihnr home In Fort Og
FUlilnu "Schooner Snub.
Commodore John Miller of T.impi re.
reived a telegram from Kgm-vm K-y at r
tng that hi* hlg fishing schooner John \V
Smart had hern eurA on the ghoul about
four and a half mllee northeast of Mullci
K*v. which t* known among ih utamcn
of thl* eectlon a the Pag* a-Orllle ghoal
In coming up the hay a great raving !•
made by coming over thle sh--.il. wher
there I* 7b to feet of water Th<- Smart
wa* under command of fapt Hurry I>o
phln, and thle wa* hie flint trip rn her
She galled for the mapper banks about ten
day or two weeks ago. and was probably
Opmmg In when ahe struck and sank.
Drank Carbolic Arid.
Thomas Malone, a Key Weft fisherman,
died from the result of a dose of carbolic
pevd, taken by mistake tor aguaidianta (
Malone got up < wriy and went out in hi*
boat fitming. He returned home nnortly
after ** o . It* k an I complained of a re
ver* p it In hi- rtofna n He a*k*-d hi*
wlf* tor goto# iuruirdtcnt> nl rh went
over t? a rheif and •-* a from i* a bottle
vkhl.il #tte <J|tpt*d -Httoined Ih*’ liquor
i* ir 1 Malone drank .ibout a able
M-mnfui fr- m the bottle b* fore be UA
covered the tnlMak*
*t. A tig it 11 ne i atholtc t Inh.
With a • hartor mrmkn-'iip of thirty
two. the ttt. Augur tine r*t holic Club ha*
planed on ite ai** i. Trie ii.iuat in*- ting
want we I atterale-l. and lti***t of the ev*n-
It,?: w■.* rj*ent in p- f • ctit'Mi fbe by daw -
♦r 1 <ii imti'ii Mi?mnt’*i ** > a mrnlt
-, , , |t i to ■)- aft - hip The - "f and
Mor4 taeh m th m i•- read I ff
I**K iiai upir* meetiugr. In the el* c
liori f oftk* t• f.d owmg wer- * 1 t
• 1 i ipytifi ( Wtl.i. m ikmtwell \l •
pre-d* nt, Ti **d- fe Homar. eecretaty.
e H.<<v* ro. irtiHurrr. Ir lionett
tiarn* i. The fol.oalng tinafice p mmin**
n > ■ appoint<* A H Mt* kl* r, <’ J M-*
r und A L Roaero. 'lT?** Hoiim Com*
mil** will eon of Ximariiia,
M J l.op*x an*i J Mep her. It l* the pur
j*..-. ff it * nun tc ii rfr.i-* iiiv mvmbyr**
ahip to one l.undi • 1
Mo inf NW lin ifl 1
■•* p.ipen* i* ently about the tltdru
i <>f e'*..ih n 1 mot rate voting for
1 M Kin * i* the H—er of two evil.-.
A i rnbtf of arguiiHnt.- aie a)van*oi
i , mm* to m* m the r*.x ‘ii urged
r** * f litt i. .r i o w eight.
tif cmirue. tin I*. dng #trg iment agftin-t
Mi Bryan i- the ao-calied fr. rllver
ner** > That th* fteand x>-i*rn of tne
Hintry needr teform I- kr*own *o 1 who
know anything alMn *uch mit. i. It
wh <|uite w*l. known to the ft* ptibll* art
port- four year* ago. That party \* Ilk*
•t nil f Low in the Atkanraw traveler
Mory Th* roof i *-* I* I fixing, but I•* >
hin t fix it trti, it wi- raining N*w
it - w Hher l a * .*• g*l \ v*m i,under
i rm lon* turn'd io*- tn •*n *
lii i*t t u btief and eu* * x:-fui wr, ha
rauM-il nw iv of prosperity very g nt
id. \i not xo uni%f*ei ii* i* chiillie t. A
r * k to rult oi* ov* r*i riMiu* :ioi. partly
t* ta i imp* abroad, and purdly by mod
eiate cro|* h* r* ha* brought about go and
pi it * a for agrit uitur il produ*t*. h t* tot
r.iinirg now. eay the Repub)l< tne. thrre
foie th* r*o? *io an’t nerd fixing And V* t
th. leak wu lertalniv * ome again, and
trortr than tvtr, unir* the i lao t•• a
*t.4p it, for the Republican* will not Mr.
Br\.n ii t *od Atnetft .n cltisen, *nd a
rn.in of \*!> n r ke*l tilHv The <minty
xv til ie eafe in hi- han k*, m l dl the I r -
ter for th* choking off of wrap • ormor
ant* and vampir* a.
It l- Mil i we mu.M tote fir Mr \t* Kn
|ey fn order to support our flag itl our
biav* xoluPrs wfso ar* being s it down
in the Phlilfipim The Itemot - g f >
them one better. They would stop send
ing our brave soldier** there to be shot
and ,wti 4iid also Incidentally to shoot. And
to sh ot whom* Knemjes of our**? H*o
p. Wtohave Insult***! or WHUipd u ‘ No
lol** and, merely ptopie who want to be let
alone, and over whom wc hive no right
of control whatever. The Filipino* do n t
want us, ftie '*-cn!lel ' loya Filipino
appear* the rare * * eptlon, and i- no
do bt regiiel by the Rf .it nine of hi.
ft low eitix ii* - ? mei narv traitor
I I- . .lined tlidt the I*in *rf part?
favors riotoua inol x. and Inferentially
that the* Iteputvk* *n part? * the ir*y
of high nn-ral 1 *!es 1 -annot recall m\
Install* *- when h great Idemo* r tlc N
non il tVmventkin. a< or*k-1 * trernmd. i
,iti*f rapturous ovation t*? tmui who wis
then known to *e fugitive from Jus
flee in his own st.it* nd who hi cleat
ly lieen shown to hav* been .if h-ast an
a • e*,.Mrv after the fo<t in one of tne
meet odious murder (*>nspiracle* known
A to riotous tnobs the only diff*ien *■
h* • ween the two |arites )e th;* f tie I>em
* rati party w<mid tenf to *tlmu?ish tli*
frequency of their o < urren* *• by the onr
rt|.nil metrae! >m*lv, the rcuvnol **r
pa'Hotkm of the ause. as far is pssi
t|e. i oppression of the t niggling m.ie
Uy the wealthy nd i*ow rful f**yy orat**-
rkl,v len<iminat*-i "the Iron hand .*i
tyiwnny u.> tin* prim** * au-* of th*
hliMsly Fieri h revolution. * x* li of ever*
other simdai *t,n-|ysm of history The
l)mm*faiii Idea that th* man siould
put a Httle higher than th*' dollar. m.l
ti*?' th* great pres Hi* inu !**• - .ire en
tphd. in times ot prosperity at lea> . to
.• IHtie m-•** than i full dinner pail, i
the true America*) ble.i II is not go. 1 n
l-m a t*- ermnis'us’.y charged, tier Jk*
it Ht’-irk the foundations of wealth or he
lawful and commendable acquisition. It
stands merely fur governmen* of the peo
ple. for the people and by the people; for
rich and poor iHkr
Rom hern Democrat* should vote fur Mr.
McKinley, beau.-* although h* lih
tnmp.Ffl on our prejudi Institution*
ir I expreesed pru!**-f ittons by appoint
ing negr** - to prominent ofTI • it is
but helievt'd that he will (In so again
A lam* was •■:>* >* •ai passing mat of
the gspe *yf tne fokl toward o neigh“vyr
‘Where are you going"' isktd the yy so
Mr Lion I ask*d m* to pay Jjim i
■ \Vha:’ and you ore going'* Don’t jro )
k* w* he is th* chap w h.i ate your
**o yea. and thit’s why I feel -o safe
I atn sure his cvmartence troubles him
mu a about jt that lie wouldt. hurt
And with sorrow the sh< * p w-v hoi bun
go \ .*, with- *rrt*xv w* see our frli ! *
leivc the house of their father- And
lor whit good* Democritus
No llpposlflon (a I ttinuhnm
tiuy.on. Ca . Oct The returns of he
rlcctl n in Kftlngham sh*w ItSS vote* wer *
po l i I.tttl * intarcst was taken for the
rrasun that there was n* oi>t*ositlon. The
nomination month ag>< for county *if
fiejs virtually -ei:|n| the election. The
nominee? * f the D* m*> ratlc party, hid
n< | p sit lon The folk>w*lng county of
fice) s were elect*l It* pr* *ent itlvc, t’ol.
Morgan Rnw>. ordtrt> A N Kleffer;
clerk of Rupcrtor t’ourt. (’ E’ Berry; tax
<*!!* *-tor J I. H.iwkln> tax receiver. I.
V fJr venstejn. treaauter J ?.! tin inn.
survey r. \ K Fowbrs • >roner. John
Mlrg ** orff commissioner*. Haul K l
ward <eo t* Thomi * . It J Fuhbedge.
t* M Rhe.ir us R V Mallory.
>7 / 13 an ideal
Hjr table water
X Aids digestion.
i\cts as an anti
dote for all the harm
jl pasts of the stom
i A most delicions
era„e as well as a
it specific for many
es. Nature's Remedy
ytomach. Kidneys and
t glass in the morning
the day’s duties, and
a perfect rest.
Water, for aalo by grocer*
k, wholesale ag;ts •
THE MORNING NEWS: SATURDAY, OCTOBER 6, 1000.
Why I Am Well
Mrs- Jiwnb UVavar. of Rnatioatl 111., wife or -x-eltjr marshal
Wravar. has antlrel/ raoovered from tha lllnaaa which kept ha,
bedfaAt aucb of the tlma tor Bvoor at* year* past.
Mra Weaaer l 81 tv si, rears old, and has lived la Bobnall
n*ar!,y thirty vaara. The ,tory of br racovary I, I ttcrvallaf. ha
•■I aafTMcd (nrflva or al, years with th- tronbla that eemaa to
worn* 11 at the chanxoof ttfc 1 was much weakeoad, was aaahU
much ofthn Urns t<> dn my own work, and sulTvrad bayood my
power to tcM-rtta' 1 was down-haarted and unMasn-huty.
-• l took many dlßcrant medicines, hut noth!h( aacmed to do me
••I r. and about fir Wtlllam* rink nils forPalaJ’oople, aod soma
of mv friends recommended tlieni hlahty. I made up my mind to
try tbam 1 tiougtit the Brat bo* to March, 1*?. and aa, heoeßtad
from the start.
"A hoi and a half cured me rornpletely, and I am now rutted
and strong I hare not hsan bothered wttn my troubles aluca I
hecan takint the pllla
I have recommended them lo manv women who are aujyertnt
aa I suffered Tin y are the only thin* that beipad me la the trial
that comae to so many women at my ate.' ” Ms* J. C- Wbavbb
Hubtcrlhed and sa orn lo before m this 2id day of October. A. D.
ISC, O. C. Illf **. Sulary Puttie.
Prum the Ueeord, limhnrtl, lU.
all druggists *>r direetfmm the Dr Willlama Bedletns tVmjsrf
IWhsaM-tadr. N V . pxstpwid on rerelgt of prlra tOeta per hoi . S K>i#. $2
KNOWN BY ALL NATIONS.
t'//rA rSs>////////ry a/
Twice the price could buy no better.
LIPPMAN BROS.. Savannah Agents.
M IKIM: IVI F1.1.M.1M F.
Mutter* f lnt*ret * "liM*i
Murine Inriir.mc** rut*-- f Ive
r tr tit- Ati.itill > • i Hu ll
tillfOfr The .itiV'ifi* * fia Ih 'II \ >
heavy un %< * !* t'Miußwt in the St hnv
rente 11r|. Kriit*!t Uif e rifer ?r* ti*
niamliriK 17 rhll luks to M* mre.l. wltll** lo
N*u York the r.it* 1- ih hiillngf*
ixru e. The r* - t t hovy l - * - hy the un
derwrltern are in i*art x for the
Inrreaie if? th* St hawrun tr.uitt, how
tver, the rat*- in .ilw.v lusher tow.inl
the clone of ritiviß.nion, wh* u the haZxirU
ih conaliSeroi much ki *? • r.
The Hrtilnh Meam >iil| FUrn kFle w -i
Dhlfttsl i.tle > t. iilay Iron? ttn <’• ntr
n harvtf to the S* a!oar*l Air I. t wfiet.
??ui finish curgo. The earner . ar* i
Sun rile.- at :*,'<* a m ai l ts .v 5.J7
lltirh tauter ?t Tvh*e at *> 22 .*
m and | n> Utah water at Savan
nah one hour J a ?r
I'li!inb< of tin Muon for <cther.
D Ii M
Fir**’ quarter 1 -i 10 ve.
Full moon ** 7 morn
leiut quarter .... r> 3 M morn
N#w moon -I 7 JT morn
FI st quarter 31 2 1? morn
%l.s \ >|i RF.i.
Vessel* I Irnrrd > eslenlny.
fteami*hip F'ttrl k!a e (i'r>. Blew art
Manchester ft* radian .v <*o
St amahlp Je* e (Hr). No:by, Llvei|xx>l
—Wilder At Cos
Hark Soli I igwwl), Wt din. i.iv etpooi
Dahl A. Cos.
VfsaeU U nil •* Sen.
Bark 11 1* M- calf iNon Rotterdam
xteatner 11 or matt W * vr! I'il tu rj* (Nt*n.
K Inlaid. Ila re burg
Fort Monro**.* Vh O r .' \ fit ♦-1 of
mo hundretj *
tors Road - to-*la>, h* nv.ir!.
l altimmr Oct.— Arris if. *tt mur
S ate of Texas. B*v inn *h
i hi! •l( ii! ii Oct -Cleared, aieamer
i! < ita Char!*'f-’on, Su-an N Pi* kerln*.
Manchester. Oct. 4 Railed* aieamer
\\ a wit r. Savannah
V**n •*. <. t Arrived, ilejmtr Trek
f\ l’fll-.l Ol ?
St AM h.? Ih. Oct. —Arrived, eteamer
i:-lo k Ha Iho .va for Pensacola (for
'•*. ’ )
I .a* Palma t> t 3 Sailed, steamer
It 111 mop r. Fern ai id na
T*-net iff*- ** t Suled. steamer Jacob
Port Tampa Fn . Oct. 4 —Arrived,
cr imr V. iluchinsin. Key West.
M Walt* ilav ina. via Key West
J.i ks nvi • Fla. Oct A— Cleared.
t *Hn*r Ninctta M Ptmella. Hinkley,
N* w York
Key W Oct. 5 —Arrived, steamer
M.i ottc W hite Pori Tampa, and sailed
ii li.ivai: i, hooner Ir. !*ykes. Panler.
I Until a
Fail*-J Schooner W ive, Havana
h ir? I'M. e t ’* Arrived, steamer
Miih tlir) Hi mu -* n Algiers, revenue
Bt* m.i r Atamiquin, Co'veston. pro* ee*|ed
to WllrrinKt n N C
Sail* i U'pimi if Blakemoor (Br).
White art*mh; Carlh. Ingram. Boston.
Iroqii' i , Kemble, Jai keonvllle;
It Mower Young. Brunswick; tu* Pro
t “? Ii e, \Vilmtn*ton. N C.
I% ■ . li. ll*. Oct .-Cleared, steam
* i S- awfeli (lir), Simpson. Venice.
Aof lee to Miirlsfr*.
Pilot charts tnd all hvdro*raphlc Infor
mif.tn will he furnishes! masters of vs*,
self fr* * ui i arse l*' Catted States hy
!toifraphtc odi e in Custom House. Cap
tains are requested to rail at the s(H**e.
Hcport;, * wn ks and derelicts received
t r tr.ui>nus!on to the Navy Depart
l ortiun Fmnorta.
Per British steamship Jessie for LI ver
js .• H.Tv" b<tl cotton |; 4W7 —Carao va
Per British teamehip Kttrickdale for
Miuuhesier 11.42 • Iswb'S cotton. 1513,109;
1 *m tin |l ir n. 122 ’ , ;oi barrels ros
ir ;i l -Cairo various
!'*r Sw dish bark Solid for Liverpool
w. k spirit i*. IW.TOOCargo by James
Fur it. Jr
\ l>M ia 1% PORT.
F* * rlckdale (Hr t 2.4® tons. Stewart; Ida
r r Bremen, tftrachun A *’o.
Fltle tl’.r • : ions. .Nielson; Ida for
Minis er Cos.
M inin iltai • ' ■* tons. Carnelio; U\g for
lUm..ir'i A Cos.
.1* d* dir). 1.442 tons, Thompson, old for
L?vu;w*'l Wider Ar Cos.
lu ilt a (Hr.). ‘J.CB tons. Noirerasco; Id#
for Bar* lona Minis A Cos.
N'ihlii (Hr ) 1,407 tons. Clerk; Sdg for
Minis A Cos
l,mt*r - (Mr 1431
Mud ard & C<>
D in (Mi ). XA to :s, Hamilton; Ida for
A F. Churchill.
IliKhtieid dir). 14542 tons. Richardson. Ida
for l.lverpcOl Wilder Ar Cos.
Th rn * v (Mr) 1 *27 tons. Major; for Llv
*rp>c lor Havre Wilder A Cos.
Ardovun (Mr). 2.4 12 tors, Hmith; kl# for
A F Churchill.
?*tv of (Unit ratet (Mr). 1.510 tons. Mil
burn, Ir for Minis dr Cos
Caihorne (Mr). tons. Williams;
r.o'han A Cos
I* .i la don lie i (Mr). 2.2 tons. Hostler.
!ilk for Minis A Ov
Cl* mails iße ai. l.pai tons. Leenasr*. Id
n A i* ey A N S Qo.
Hy I (Mr. . tens. Lena -Straclitn A
Tester (Br), I**o tons. Kerr. Idf for
Ht-e.-han A Cos.
Levan (B ). 1 f*o7 ’ons Pensrson. Idf for
Barcelona —Barnard A Cos
Thor (Nor) l.Cftl tons, Andreten. ■■■
Henry Villard. 1 4M tAns, Quick* idf. for
Eatona (Nor). hE tons. Carieton; Id. n. .
Nuuanu. ST? tons. Joaelyn. to td. n. a—
Zed ro (Ita).). *46 ions. Pellerano; to 11.
n a-Strachan ft Cos.
Teutonia (Nor i. 49S lona. Gretersen. to
Id n e - Dahl * Cos.
ft Ud (Saadi. lona, Weden; cld. for
Idverpooh—Dahl ft Cos.
Werner (Nor ). MO ton.-, Tonnesen; to td
n. a.—Dahl ft Cos.
Fredrlca (Br). SO tona. Churchill; W*
HavMah 1 tone. Rh hardaon. >o Id
Marla Teres* (Span ), 292 tons Casanovas,
to Id. lumber for Montevideo.—Eeteve ft
Hilda, (At tons, Rines; to Id lumber.—
Sedgwick. 473 ton*. Hogerthy; to Id lum
Millie R Beliannan. <32 tons. Smith; to Id.
Jennie Thomae. 37S tone. Young; to Id
lumber - Master
Henry Clausen. Jr, 4? tons, Md.augh
lin; to Id !umter - Master.
T A Ward, 739 tona. Collins, to Id lum
TMK JOIIMWW % fIiOOD.
I'n.'ta kbunt It Mecalled by (he Gal
, eat on Sinrai.
Rolnhrhlge. Ga.. Oct. 5 —The two most
appalling disasters that have afflicted this
country In the last decade and a half
are "the Johnstown disaster" and the
Galveeton hurricane The first, the re
sult of false economy and defective en
gineering. the other one of thoee marvel
ous manlfeatatlons of l*rovl*len *• that
the keenest mind falls to fathom
Millions of tons of water wi re hekl In
i heck fn the upper Conemaugh \ alley,
by u dam. made wholly of earth, lacking
the essential of a "heart w.ill'’ of n>'k.
1.000 feet long. 110 feet high!. 25 feet
(hick at the top. ar.d 90 fet wide at it*
buee. while the crown In the middle
w.s ,wo feet lower than elsewhere, a
This dam had for a long time been
deemed a menace to the valley, nnd many
protests made by conservative people if
Ita Insecurity These were answered by
inspr non of an engineer, who Invn
rtaoiy reiorted the ikim as secure, and
:he fear of the protest.nts unicaseKiahl
In Mav I*l9, an unsual minfall rapldlv
tilled the basin formed by the a ids of the
valley atd the dam to overflowing Then
the fatal weakness of the dam developed,
ami between the hours of 2 and 3am.
of that fatal May morning, a huge vol
ume of water poured over the earthwork
rapidly curing away the surface and
man the immense pent-up mass of water,
dashed down that valley vtth a spead
that seems Incomprehensible So tremen
dous was the bwok pressure as well a the
depressed grade before It, the waters
reached the marvelous speed of three
mhes a minute.
We talk of the Irene ndoua velocity of
the wind when It reaches the hurrlcane
upeed of *0 to WO miles per hour, but the
mind stotis nppolled when we try to take
it. the ru-h of the mad water# of t'otte
traiigh Valley, when It has beer, proven to
have reached the astounding r.i eof sped
ol I*o miles per hour It 1 eighteen
miles from Conemaugh lake (tho reser
volri to Johnstown, and this raging wall
of wafer pissed tha- distance In the al
most Inconceivable space of seven min
Everything in pa path succumbed to
the terrific power of this volume of wa
ter. fully flfty feet high barring only
the Pennsyl\anta Itwllroad bridge. who*>-
solid masonry resi.ttd successful the
tremendous pressure, ami served, with
the immense amount of wrick wage hurl
<al against It. only us n new dam. divert
ing the w iter
The official list of the dead Is record and
ns 2.2 h. hut It Is generally a spied tb it
fully 5.000 perished In that terrible dtsar
tiiWOfti contrlhute.l to the sufferers
prove.) that "one ou. h of nature nukes
al! the world ukin” only "It was the cupid
ity of man more than the "touch of na
tnre" that was the prime fa tor in this
Kills to hm excellent "The History of
Our Ooumry." relates as a closing inci
dent of that fearful sorrow, ihe follow,
mg romantic as wdi as pathetic Inci
dent "Among the many strange inci
dents connected with this calumny, none
was more remarkable than that of John
T Sharkey and his wife In the fearful
struggle for life, during the flood, they
became separated and cw-h was in
vlneed that the other was drowned Mr
Sharkey later worked in Phllvtolphla.
Baltimore, and other Eastern cities, and
Bnnlly. on Monday. th of April. 1*97. ne
arrived at Roanoke. Va While walking
along the street, he came face to fac
with his wife, who lived near, and had
visited the town to do some shopping
Neither had married, both had saved
oonslderwh.e money, and after their sin
gular separation for eight years, they
l< sumeal the Journey of )|f together"
The iTovernor of Texas estimates the
lows of life from the effect* of the Gal
veston hurricane a; lJ.Ouh. and that of
property, as above <¥> nm.-sn
The property loss in the Conemnugh
valley with Its Immense factories and
plants, was possibly up to that of Gal
veston, but the loss of life is believed
to have been more .hail one hundred per
cent, greater In the Texas horror
G N gauiwy.
VARDOU DEFKITBD TAYKOR.
Won the Tournament by a harrow
Margin of Two strokes.
Chicago, Oct. 5. —Reforc the largest gal
lery that ever witnessed a golf cham
pionship In America. Harry Vnrdon, for
mer champion of Great Britain, won the
I'ntled States O. A open championship
from Great Britain's premier golfer. J
H Taylor, by the narrow margin of two
strokes, on the Chicago Golf Club links
at Wheaton this afternoon
Closing hi* flrst half of the long cham
pionship route with on advantage of one
stroke over Champion Taylor, Vardon be
gan to-day's contest with his best round.
. oneluded It With his worst and totalled
313 strokes. Taylor was four strokes to
the bad side of the account at noon, with
three-quarters of the tournament p!a\ed.
and finished with a total of 315
Twenty Years Proof.
Tutt's Liver Pills keep the bow
els in natural motion and cleanse
the system of all impurities An
absolute cure for sick headache,
dyspepsia, sour stomach, con
stipation and kindred diseases.
“Can’t do without them”
R. P. Smith, Chilesburg, Va.
writes I don’t know how I could
do without them. I have had
Liver disease for over twenty
years. Am now entirely cured.
Tuft’s Liver. Pills
An Expensive “Tip”
is the one which you cut off and
throw away every time that you
smoke a Five Cent cigar. There is
nearly as much labor in making this
end as all the rest of the cigar, and
yet every man who buys a cigar cuts
it off and throws it away. You get
all you pay for when you smoke
Old Virginia Cheroots
Tkree hundred million Old Virginia Ckeroot* smoked tku
yeir. Ask vour own deiler. Price. 3 (or 5 cents. ~ 1
REVIEW OF THE MARKETS.
CONDITION OF .(IKIED 11. TRIIIE
lit KIM. THE EOT WKF.K.
Slight larlallmrnt In the Week's
Itualneas, Due to Tighter Demand
In Some l.lnes— llallila j a Alan t at
gome Figure— Natal Stores In Firm
Foaitioa—Loral and Telegraphic
The Morning News Office,
Friday. Oc 5.
Whllo there was active trading In some
lines, the general volume of the week's
business was not up to what might have
been expected The curtailment wa- large
ly due to an Indifferent demand for cot
ton during the late days, moderate trans
actions in the naval alores market, and
a slight check In the wholesale trade, due
lo hoiida>*. However, the week * busi
ness was cm the whole satisfactory, th*
hank clearings showing an Increase over
last year of some H.ononnti.
There was much Interest In the rosin
market, owing to the small sales report
eel as compared with the amount of bul
nes* transacted. The week's official sale*
were only 552 barrels, yet nearly every
thing was sold. For several days hand
running transactions wer* closed on pri
vate terms, which continued until to-day,
when It was made known by an official
bulletin what the tmsls was Water whit*
rosin went up 13 cents. M. N and window
glass 10 cents, and IKS cent*
Th Stock market closed rather heavy
to-day and at substantial reactions from
the best pi ■ I Hut Ing of steel and wire
was conaplMoue. and pulled the stock up
at one time 2V points. Tnrre was heavy
buying of several prominent railroad
stocks, among them being Northern Pa
olfic, 15,370 shares, and Pennsylvania, 27 -
Oki. Total sales were 337.500 share*
The following resume of the markets
will show the tone and quotations during
the past week
The cotton market closed quiet and un
ebanged to-day The demand ts somewhat
Indifferent Just now. and In consequence
business Is < urtalled The interior Is hold
The following were the official spot quo
tations at the close of the market at Ihe
Cotton Exchange to-day:
" Th , s
irood middling ! flt * 7 1-16
Middling ...h' 13-lii
Low middling i< **l®
Market, quiet, sales. 5*6.
Receipts Fast Week.
~Re letpts of Cotton— land laid
R-*lpt~paet week 56.331
Sam* week last year 50331 3,139
Particulars of Receipt*—
Central Railroad 13.319 to
B. r ft W *ff- fit
Charleston ft Savanuah 2.**5
River steamers Mt
S A U 10.932 19t
Exi*>rt* last work <1.133 22S
Same week last year 37.232 *73
To Baltimore j 1.1&4
To New York 951 75
Coastwise .11.136 225
rttn-k on hand anil ship* 79.1*3 1.491
Same day last year . 10M<tl3,5T*
Savannah Receipts, Export* and Stock*
Received Ihlw tlay t.OS7
Received safe* day last y ear 8.752
Same day year before last S.lki
Receipt pist week . <1 'l*.
Same week last year M. 170
Same week year before lasi .M.tOii
Received aim e Sept 1. 1199 224 Its
Re etved same time last year .... 211,313
Exports Past Week-
Exports this day. coastwise 3,:Jla
Exports Great Hrrtaln. this day .. None
Export* past week. oatwuse 11.3*0
Exports post week, continent .Vniftt
Kx|>ort* past week France None
Exports post week Great Britain.. None
lota! exports past week 61,3tvt
Export* Since Sept 1, 1900—
To Great Britain *,/5J
To France 5.150
To tho continent 94 MO
Total foreign 11M.417
Total coastwise H,;h9
Total export* 152.92<
KJxports Snme Time least Year—
To Great Britain 14.774
To Franc* 13.071
To the .continent il.Jal
Total foreign 79.193
Total (xyasttvlse 45.256
Total exports 124.454
Stock on hand this .lav Uddd
Stock on hand same day last year 105.a0|
R, e|p4s and Blocks at All Porta-
R.cetpts this day 59.113
This day lost year 39:
This diy year before last 57.467
Receipts pat week 309 U9*
S .me days hit year 2*1.711
Total receipts stme Sept 1, 1599 *77.141
Same time last year 1.012.371
Bn me time year before last 1.027.125
Sio-k ot all port* to-day 457.5*3
Stock same day last year <52,915
Dally Movement* at other Porta—
Galveston—Quiet; m ddltng. 10; net re
ceipt*. 17.371; gross. 17.971; sale*. 17. stock
New Orleans—Steady; middling, Wa. net
receipt*. 19,515. gross. 19.519; sales, 1.215
stock icorrectedi, 159.M2
Mobile—Quiet; middling. 10; net receipt*.
23h; *ro-s, _p3b. sales. 500. stor k 11.909
Charleston—Firm; middling. 10; net re
ceipt*. 3.995. gross. 3.995. sales. 50. atock
*• on mi 1 : puff
receipt* tax grass, t.nr* stock 20,470
Norfolk—B4*sdy. middling. 10 5-I*. net
rece'pts, 1,706, gro, S 706. sale* $,. *rock
Baltimore—Nominal; middling, |o\; net
recelpi* *4. grots. 1.359. stock. 1.333
New York—Quiet; middling 10V gross
re-elpt*. 3 442. sale*. 130. atock. 23.11*
Boston—Steady; middling, 10**; gross re
Philadelphia—Dull, middling 11; nat ra
ceipta, 125, grot*, 125. atock, 1.600.
Dally Movements at Interior Towrui-
Augusla Quiet; middling, Itu* nei n.
cetpts. 2 664, gross, 2.M4. sale*. *49 •< *
Memphis—Steady: middling, 10 3-16 ret
receipts 3.226; gross, 4.70*. sales, ;>?<e
Bt. lauds- Steady; mlddlmg lot, net re.
celpts, 1.22*. gross. 2.363; sales, 205. suvg
Cincinnati—Quiet and nominal, nuiidiing,
10‘x; net receipt*. 1171; gross. 1.171, stock
Houston—Steady: middling 10. net re.
ceipts. 11.644. gross. 14.644. sales. 23c stock
Doulsvllle— Weekly, firm; middling ’Oijj
net receiplit. 224. gross, Si. stock. IM.
Export* of Cotton Thl* Diy
New Orleant*—CVmtlnent. 3.7251-. coastwnstx
Mobile—To Great Britain. 222.
Ravannah—Coast arise, 2.566
Charleston-To Great Britain. 12 :W;
Wilmington—To Great Britain, 9355
Baltimore—To Great Britain, 1.975. con.
New York—Continent. 695
Total foreign exports from all port,
thl* dsy—,Tn Great Brltam. 23,655 to the
Total foreign exports froth all port*
thus far tMt week—To Great Brit*!;
9".i*S; to France. 26.337; to the conitnen-.
Total foreign exports *4nc* Bcp* !.
1900 -To Great Brßaln 192 532 to F:*n:
50.557. to the continent. 211.502
DBA ISLAND COTTON.
Price* about aa follows
Flor Mae. (gradco rscelvadl 22 823
Fancy Georgias 2Hj
Extra choice ~21 51211*
Receipts and Stocks
Receipts past ws.k* 1,617 6.01'.
Export* past week j 226 ITS
Receipts this season 2.687 11 tfl:
Bales post week 1.104 fill
Stock on hand 3®k ?s?t
Receipt* 236 bag*; export* coaxta-lse. Iff.
stock, 711. sales 169
Fine. 22 to 23HC fully fine. Me.
COTTON FI TI HKI.
Market Closed With Prices Net l*.
changed to T Higher.
New Y'ork. Oc. s.—The situation arm*
something of a standoff In local cotton
market to-day. traders being nervous over
the approaching government report ar.J
the possible damage to the crop by an
early frost. The market opened steady
with price* up 3 to 7 point* with light anl
oduslde support, t reated by stronger Liv
erpool advlcca than expected, together
with gloomy crop report* from several
pans of the belt Sentiment appeared to
be radically bullish around the opening,
but a later slump tn Liverpool, the result
of hedging agalntt spot purchase* In tbit
market Instead of here ar.d In New Or
leans started liquidation and made the
hear soiling in the local pit under which
price* rattled down 10 points with a ruh.
Calmer thmig+it* once more turned m*
aide and hy midday the market was tab
eroftly firm at a net rise of sever*!
points with the public once more a fair
purchaser of the January position Th*
week figures from the Booth ami abroad
were about In line a-lth preconceived tdua
and while they attracted attention, play
ed an unimportant part a* an Influen #.
The private wire/ declared Southern spot
markets were holding firm on unb*4ed
demand from the export -onttngen* and
smaller offerings from the interior Re
duced crop estimate* continued to sift In
from the South and seller* of spot cotton
quietly loaded up winter month future.
Near the close another decline occurred
under h flurry of liquidation, atarted bv
selling for New Orleans account. At th
close 4he market woe steady with price*
net unchanged to 7 points lower
FI.l t TI ATIOND IN FI TI REt
New Y'ork, Oct 5 —Cotton futures opw
ed steady at the adtance and closed
steady. Brice* as follow*
lOpon dllgh Low
January- 9 96~| 996|~ 9 M 947
February ... 9.9* ! 996 | 999 <
March 9.93 |9 9x 986 9
April in on jloooj 99! 9M
May 999 9.99 9*7j 9 M
June ! 9 9*b 10 00 994 9 ®
July 99* 99*j 9 ) 9*7
August | 9 6*a .... j .... ! 9?>
September ..| .... | .... | j
October in 36 |lO 39 ilO 2* 10 -
November ... 10 Mti 10 9.96 lu
In , ember 9 9* 9 9* 9 63
in BBFOOL < oii <>\ ft ft RI •
Llverpojl, Oct. 5. 4 p m -Spot qule’
prices steady American middling 4 7 and
The rales of Ihe day were 6,000 bales '*•
which - : on w,re for apeculallon and **P* ,rt
end Included 5.1*0 American Receipt* &-
0,0 Including I imil American
Futures opentd and closed quiet; Artier
can middling, low middling cUntM,
her. 5 61d seller*. October-Novemlier. *'
45 44d. sellers. November-December. 5 3*l
5 37d, buyers. Decern her-January. 5v .
5.31.1, seller*; January-February. 5 1
5.31d. sellers; February-March, 5.<1 b i>
ers, March-Aprll. 4 Kl. buyer*. AP rl '
May, 52N05.2U. gellcrs; May-Jure . -
sellers; June-July, 5.21116 22d. buyer* J"-'
August. 5 2nl
NEW ORI.F. rn I OTTON Ftn RF-‘
New Orleans Oct. 5-Colton future*
closed steady _ -
October 9 Mi 9 37 February _
November . 9 6ftfi9 70 Marcn 9 .'.O’™
December 9 6i(j*.oApril :l ’ ..
January ... 9 MO9 <7 May 9
COTTON LETTF.It *
New York. Oct 6 -Hubbard Bros ft '
say: Our market reflects the nervousn”
of the trade *ver the approaching b o r ’ -( '
report and the danger of an early
Weather probahllltlea are * anned *
nttentlon. but a* yet there 1* no
tlon of any dold weather In Liverpool i _
same ocdltlon* rule with the fluctua
adder thee. here, where the
fallen to small pr.yportion*
k> dormant, waiting further advice# •
the crop, and the Southern m#rk-i*_
not follow that improvsn\#at berw