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PLANT SYSTEM OF RAILWAYS.
GEORGIA STATE FAIR
October 2Q=November 4, iqoo.
THE PLANT SYSTEM will sell round trip tickets from all All T CnDE D| j|C /TA fPkl T Q Admission to
points in Georgia, Florida and Alabama at .... Pll l\t I LdUO 9U oLll I W Grounds.
. . SPECIAL PROGRAMME OF ATTRACTIONS . .
A\ir rCMT nCD if 11 C FOR MILITARY AND BRASS BANDS IN UNIFORM,
UINL L EfN I rtK jtliLc twenty or more on one ticket
Tickets to be sold October 28th to November 2d inclusive, and for trains to arrive at Valdosta up to noon of November 3d, good
to return until November sth. Valdosta is sparing no efforts to make this one of the banner State Fairs in the history of Georgia.
W. B. DENHAM, General Superintendent. B. W. WRENN, Passenger Traffic Manager.
KEVLHEhCE FOR THE I'JfCA.V* Y.
Uuirr ariperalltlon unit Things That
< rent© Thrm.
From the Chicago Time* Herald.
I am not purticulary #u|>©rjtitlous," re
marked Chauncey Depew in the presence
th writer, ‘‘but 1 will admit that It
wo ild gl\© me a qu*er fee.lug to ait at
table one of thirteen, and 1 would much
p-efer an even number I dare iay It Is
t h the result of hihlt, but we are all
iturw of habit. and if there Is any <* -
• control over that number 1 for one
• tot cara to en ouuter It.**
wners of large hotels found the number
"*e<F*i such a hoodoo that they omitted
tuhetltutin#? ' parlor** A or K for th©
•’* ucky fUrurea, but even so guests would
over that It was the thirteenth room.
•t.d would move out a* If ii had been in
Tncatrical people dread to begin o sea
' *' <m the ltth of the month, and If thu
r tl luck does not get Into the play and
f'ake it a failure it Is a severe strain on
curves of the a< *ors.
Tru Jewish people are exempt from any
'• t of this superstition. They believe
* h the orientals that It has something
' re in its Juxtaposition of figures, and
<-'v derive their knowledge from tholr
11 -n of biiill. a I culture. Ihi r teen cities
dedicated to their ancient prlest
-1 th rteen high priests descended from
•or thirteen kings sat In the council
?h* ancients; on the thirteenth day of
month Nl.sn. the sacred and impos*
1 r rites of Passover began. To carry out
further the divine Influence the in
** they used consisted of thirteen dis
’ net id *rs
If ble.-ing Instead of lane had been
’’6 on the two figures, which apart are
no and useful, but together form
i. a dread combination, thirteen would
* e been a lucky numbe* for everybody,
it now is for a few. Our country's flag,
h i's thirteen stripes, holds Its own In
■ "S' of luck, and the original thirteen
• - stand for n nation s prosperity.
Is a’ho a quarter of a dollar in our
' ■ dern -n\cr money which ought to hoo
** man who tames on© in his
k*t for It has no l©*.* than ten repe
ns of the number thirteen on one side
'h<- oin. Kach emblem has thirteen
'‘i' e is no match for superstition. We
m\ ei>. the occult, ih© indefinable,
kewt-, * lid the great Caesar and th©
Among animals the moat uncanny thing
s \ c te as Tonic and Stops
Mir from Fallinc Out,
( ures Dandruff, Brittle
Hair. Itching- and all
Guaranteed to Cure
'Then aft other remedies hace tailed
w -ney Refunded
T , V everywhere. Safe, Sure, Reliable.
0,1 Hairanii Scalp troubles free.
'■ K HHF.WEH ro.. n.lrago,
"?*re of fmstattoa*.
Ih, p bßlr preparation admitted I#
y„ rl ‘ Cxpoaltto*.
Dm. r'** b J L'Ppman Broa.. CohimhU
• Knight * Pharmacy, hvu.
LOW EXCURSION RATES
Is the cat—and the most uncanny of the
feline ia- ois the black cat—which certain
ly ha* a presence calcula©d to call up a
familiar demon. In tha first p a- e. < at.*- ar*
si pt<>c I to le possessed of nine lives
How or why this peculiar plura’ity of life
should belong to the creature Is not x
plat noble, but Its elect ri el qualities alone
give it an uncanny Interest Then wdtche
arc always a*tended by black cats and w*
flml this a native superstition, halem town.
In goM|iy Masa husetts, having some
mre old folklore storle. to tell In the twl
I ght aboui ancestral wltehe# and rlght
eoi Judges wio doom*- ! them to death
No Ha ' m family will to'**rat© a black cat.
Salem mothers watch their sUeptng in
fnt.- to protect thrm fiom the sly visit
fiom th- animal of nln livts. which they
say Is fond of lying <>i the sleeping infan:
to inhale Its breath. When io and that It
was the probable weight of the . at that
proved fatal they h*ke their heads in
ominous alienee. I’oe'n horrible tragic
slot y of the bio k cat made th© species
more unpopular than ever. Hawthorne
has th*- moat gruesome description oi a
stea thy grtmalktn crossing che street* at*i
'n king up at the window of the imrior
|n the House of the 8© en t'.ab es.*' twin
ing its lithe tail and lie king its chops, as
if it s< ented the dead man sittlrig In up
right state in the parlor. Mow this sly
small tiger ever won Its wav into the
stronghold of the domestic circle and the
human heart.- wuen It has neither a frac
tion nor grailtuda. can <*ily be explained
on the basis of hypnotism All cats ar©
hypnotli Their eyes alone are studies
loo' ultism Their spittirg sputtering fur
Is charged with electric force enough to
shock the human system, and they are. so
I edged about with unwritten ethics of
superstition that no one dare kill them or
abuse* them for fear of a Judgment. And
they are not even edible
"And then there's cats, said the captain.
"I don’t believe in cats But I've seen a
whole crow going round with faces as
long as a * apslan bar because* a cat had
fallen overboard and been drowned Hard
ly one of them that didn't think some
thing would happen before getting into
Chicago has a firm of charm-dealers,
and they do a big buames*. It haa been
• stimatrd that not fewer than 5,000.000
nr* worn, including religious ones or sac
red symbols. Really this phase of sup
erstition appeals to the mental condition
and acts like a faithcure It Is a satis
faction to feel that you are wearing a
charm—if only a bit of amber—that will
keep off fever and contagious sickness,
or one that will Insure your life against
drowning Nearly every man carries h
lik ky piece. You can buy charms for win
ning back th© affection of an absentee
|or love philters that will compel return
of admiration from the unsuspecting
There are 1.000 professional healers in the
Where are those harms worn? Every
where They are hidden in shoes as old
cobblers will tell you. pinned into sleeve
linings. <*arned In pockets and hung ar
ound the neck A ring that has been
• charmed ' on possesses all the occult pro
perties as long as the strict letter of law
of charms is observed, but If taken off th#*
charm loses Its power. The faith that
permits a person to carry a charm will
he likely to lead to success In any under
taking. as It gives confidence, and to a
certain egtent ability. Animals are led
by instinct, man has only hi* Judmenf
and It somtlmes plays him false If so
simple a thing as a rabbit’s foot will aid
him in an undertaking by betng append
ed to hta watch-chain, who would deny
him thatglylp t*. Ms intelligence?
-"Do you think that it is a man's dutv
to acknowledge alwaya that he 1* In the
wrong when he has a difference of opinion
with hi* wife'"
"Wall," answered Mr Meekton. r.flw-
Uv!y. "benor Ut than nev*r Butt
realty seem* to me he ought to have had
sufllelent perception U> know that ne wo,
in the wront before there was WV dio
c-uMior of the matter wtatovar ’ —Waab
[ lngton Star.
THE MORNING NEWS: TUESDAY. OCTOBER 0, 1000.
St ST OVER A Ctß PEAT.
IH.pntr Over Commuter Taklnar o
piece Another llml Hewned.
Etom the New York Time,.
Two commuter, are partlee to a ault
for which, lawyer, say, there I, no pre
T Rhys Smith. a civil engineer, got on
a train at the Grand Central station on
I the afternoon of July 2! to *<> to hi*
home at Cos, Cob, Conn He entered a
| car. nnd. preferring the eliady aide, he
~lected a rear and depo-lted his baggage
Then having occasion to leaxe his seal
he placed 111, satchel In II
A few minute, laier Oeorge William
Ken<|> a druggist of *2 Malden Lane.
• ame Into the car. removed Mr Smith's
belongings. and took possession of the
ae.it. When Mr 8ml!h returned he as
eerted hi, right to the place, but Mr
Kmp refused to vacate.
What followed la told In the paper, (lied
' In a ault for 11. ton damage' for an alleged
assault brought by Mr. K-mp against Mr
Mr Kemp alleges that Mr. Smith re
i i eaiedly seised and laid hold of him with
I force and vlolenre. and repeatedly eels
|ed him by til* shoulders, cheat, and
! throat, ar.d "plucked and pulled at him
i and rhnofc and pulled him ahout and at
tempted to forcibly remova" him from the
seat At the same time. It !* alleged, he
1 used violent language m a high and
threatening tore of voire, whereby Mr
Kemp was subjected to great Indignity
and Insulted In the presen e of his fellow
passengers, io his damage In the amount
Mr. Bmlth allege, In his answer that the
i plaintiff, disregarding a universal custom
' known to this plaintiff, and known by him
I to have been observed from time Imme
morial hy all persons traveling In pas
senger cars to consider as taken a seat
In which they found bund es, hags, or
personal belongings and. notwithstand
ing that there were other unoccupied seats
In the car. removed Mr. Smith's personal
belonging, and assumed possession of the
seat, t'pon Mr Smith's return he re
quested that he give It up Mr Kemp It
la claimed, refused to vacate the seat
Thereupon, as Mr Smith further alleges.
■ without any undue or unnecessary force,
and without any malice, harsh language,
or rudeness rf manner whatever, he lard
111- hands upon, as though 10 take hold
' of, - Mr Kemp, for the purpose of remov
-1 tng him from the seat when, a, Mr.
Smith further stales. Mr Kemp "evidenc
ed a desire lo surrender the seat." and
he was permitted to retire therefrom
A pollc, court magistrate before whom
Mr Kemn had Mr Smith summoned,
shortly after the occurrence, refused to
Issue a warrant, on the ground that the
afratr was too trivial to occupy the time
rf the court.
Written E*amlnatk)n—"That Poe ton
school teacher wanted me to propoee by
letter." "What for’" She said many a
man who was all right on grammar was
terribly shaky on epeiUng."—lndianapolis
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SOl'THenN SEED RYE
TEXAS RED R P OATS.
HAY OR AIN. ri/H’R, FEED.
FRLITB AND VEOETABDE*.
CHEESE. BEANS, PEAS.
W. I) SIMKINS & CO
Morphine and Whiakev bate
IU treated wit Bout pan or
cooftnewent Cure guaran
teed or no pay B H ' KAU
Man gr L.thta Spring, han
lUrtusn. Bor t AwaaU, Oa.
This is the Trade Mark
of the Best Builders Hard
ware that made by the
Yale&Towne Mfg. Cos.
Those who contemplate
building should send (or our
artistic brochure "Artist and
H. K. PEEPLES & SONS,
125 CONGRESS ST., WEST.
An Open Letter
(nran 4vmi#li, (•#.,
hapt. 7, I(KK>.
f olunihiM Drag C ompany,
Cirntlrmrn I b%© Itrra aulfrrlnK
with Chill© and for more fh©n
th re© rnoniha. Ho form nud©r
r©alm©nt of ©rvrrnl doctor©, trl©i
a. vrrnl ©o.rall©d f hill Tonic©, non*
of which b©n©gt©d me. \t Inal |
ir ©d on© hnfll© of your Smith*© 4 bill
nnd Fv©r lonic, nnd within fbrr©
dnys I #©lt much belter, nnd nftrr
u© lok lh© irroad holll© In m glnd lo
any f nm ©nllrrly cured. I write fhl#
•• Ibat you mn> hr nblr lo Inform
oh©ra who may ©ufl-r nnd ©©u r©
h©m of n corr. Very (rnly yoari,
(lllMd) IBRRY TOKTTEH.
A PERMANENT CURE
of the moat obstinate r ,#es of Gonorrhira
and Gleet, gaaranteed In from 3 to H
day# ; no olher treatment required
Sold by all druggt*ta
JOHN (i. BUTLER,
Palnls. Oil* on.l GUs* Sash, Door*.Blinds,
and Builders' Supplies. Plain ar.l Decora
tive Wall Papsr. Foreign and Doir.es'ls
Cementa. Dim* Planer and Hair. Sol#
Agent for Abeatln* Cold Water I’otn.
n Cor.gras* street, waat. and 13 St. Julian
I U I Of HOPf H y MO C * X R r
For i#i of Hop©, Montgomery, Thunder
bolt. Cattl* I'ark un-i Wear bad
Pally except Bunla>f. Bubject to change
without not be.
ISI.K OK Hope.
1* v, li v fo I os II l.v ltle of Hone
€ 5u am from Tenth | tuu am for Bolton
T*o am from Tenth j 6U> am for Tenth
5S> am from T* nth I 700 am for T**ntl
9IS arn from Holton ** (© an for Tenth
I# SO am from Tenth 10 01 am for Tenth
12 n> n'n from Temh 11 0> um for Boltoa
! 15 prn from HoMon 11 30 am for Tenth
230 pm from Tenth 2uo pm tor Tenth
1 30 pm from Tenth . i 4' pm for Bolton
4Ki pm from Tenth j luv pm for T©nih
ft Mpm from T* nth luu pm for Tenth
#9O pm from Tenth Ia no pm for Tenth
7 M pm from Tenth 700 pm for Tenth
R9o pm from Tenth ( a pm for Tenth
910 pm from T‘ nth | 9to pm for Tenth
10 90 pm from Tenth ;10 00 pm for Tenth
111 00 pm for Tenth
I*v *!ty for M>iik ry i** Monixomsi v~
* 90 am from Tenth | 7 16 am for Tenth
2 90 pm from Tenth ! 1 li pm for Tenth
690 pm from Tenth 00 pm for T< nth
J* v * for vat I'sira Lv <*aiit Hark
• 90 am from Holton | 700 am for Holton
7 30 am from Holton i ft no am for Holton
100 pm from Holion 1 9o pm for Holton
210 pm from Holton lou >m for Holton
7 00 pm from Holton | 7 90 pm for Holton
ft 00 pm from Holton *2O pm for Holton
T > 11; N DEiIUuE i.
Car Iravea Bolaon afreet Jun-tton 5 M
a m and every thirty mmuiea Ihereaftar
until 11 K p m
Car leave* Thunderbolt *1 2 .t0 a m and
every thirty minute* thereafter until
12.00 midnight, (or Bolton .great Junc
FREIGHT AND PARCEL CAR
Thl* rar carries trailer for pseeengere
on all trip, and leave* west side of city
market for Isle of Hopa. Thur lerbolt
and all Intermediate points ai ouO a m .
Ito p m , 6to p m
Leave* Isle of Hope for Thunderbolt.
City M.rke* and all Intermediate polnte
at 600 a m 11 00 a m.3 *0 p rr
WEST END CAR.
Car leave* wx*l aide of city markat for
W.*t End to a. ro and every gt minute#
• tu-irg tha day until 11 20 p. nt.
Leave# West End at 630 a m and ay
•ry tn mlnt.tea thereafter during th# day
anftl 1J * o'etoek midnight
IT M IXSFTOV. Oart Mgr.
inn win's sms
>l3 llrnaato* afreet. Well.
Empty Salstera Uua,hads lo*
C. M. GILBERT & CO.
Fall offerings comprise ail the
newest novelties in Plain and Fancy
Dress Suitings, Black Silk Crepons,
Colored Poplins and Venetian
Cloth in the newest shades.
8 Our New Golf Bulling*
H-c Our New Flald Bulling,
aII h Plaid Bulling* lb
•Stent Wool I tress flood* ........... .3*A'
<'nlored Venetian Cloths C*.
Hlark French Cheviot 4 ,,r
M-Inrh ft*r,.rd Butting A'*'
M-tnch H.u k t'havloi Berge !i
M-Inch Navy Cheviot Serge tty.
Our Bilk* have made a reputation, and
th-v merit tt.
ft?. Colored Taffeta Silks Yv
,■ . nr# t auk
K: rt'.ack Satin Iruchfeae
Our I#*dl©* Naw Fran©h Flannal
nr* r rant ton# of th© Ta I lari' Art. Tha
#ry}a# ar*> tha Itataiii and workmanahlp
and flniah th© vary hoal
$2.75, 53 00, 53.50, 54.50, 55
An All-Wool Flannel WaU II Oi
Wa hava #lx of thoaa ©ulU. Vila $15.00,
r©4ur©d to $5 44
T©tt, \alua I2<‘oo, radu**©d to .|7.M
lift on |*adl r-t Jarkat# 17 ftft
19.00 Mia#©#’ Jgok©*9 s*s4
$5.00 <'hlldr©n> J<-k©# $2 50
l-> l*adl©a' Rain f'oatr s.'l Xi
s.l 00 M a.-© Ruin ‘ $ Oj
Infants’ Wc.lte Silk Caps ~..2h~
Infants' White Bilk Cap- M>'
Infant*' White silk < ap Ti<-
Infants’ White Silk Capa II <l
Infants' While Sltk Capa E*
Infanta' Colored Bonnets 11.3&
Infanta' Colorwl Bonnet* fc'.l tt
Children a Tam O'Shantara ll.Ou
Children s Tam O'Shantrra 1124
Hand Knit Sacquea li.- lo li.B
Hand Knit Bootees 10e to4tV
Embroidered Flannel Sa. quae tl IS to $2 tV)
blmbroldeml Caatimere Basque* $1 2& to £!
White Bedford Batques jhc lo Si s<>
Infant* White Dtesses ■ |1 0>
New Shades French Flannels, Plain
and Dotted Effects.
GUSTAVE EGKSTEIN & CO.
IF YOU WANT GOOD MATERIAL AND WORK ORDER YOUR LfTHO
GRAPHED AND PRINTED STATIONERY ANO BUNK BOOK 9
FROM THE MORNING NEWS SAVANNAH, GA.
Ro9* ki‘f* f m<•uu Kid Olov©# ara iv>w
on our countar# in hlark and ail tha Utaat
• olor# only to i© hud h©r*-.
Ro*vkr a la<© Kid Olave# SI.CO
Ro© kl’ Glgrf Kl*l Gloves $1 80
Roeckl'n Rued© Kid Olovaa SIOO
Igsdlas' Hit* k Kt*l Olov©a 78c
l.ii h© < oo!* l Kft 1 Glove# 730
Thlft dafwirtmanf i# loaded down with
the fln©#t a#i*ortnit of lln©n ©ver shown
in thi city, i*d w© Invlt© ln#p©rtion. A
f©w biriaiiii fhai si© bargain#
52 '©• Tat i© Dma#k . 99c
s2'* lir.i#r Napkin# sl.9s
21-inch L*in©n ('rash llVsc
Heavy Tw!l!rd Crash 4c
34-In* h otion Disp©r Sfto
>*-ln* h Cuitsin Hwl## lfto
N*w Vaatlbul© Door L#*ra Ssc
N©w Vetlb> Door Lsce 4ftc
Bee our line of Laee Curtains Our
at., k i- 'ompltl* and the design* ar*
u lieu rfei seed.
50c to sl2 per pair.
ir—4 White Blanket* #*c
14 ki all-wool Blanket* Al O)
New Bed Comfort! tor to tie
New Bed Comforts TV- to SI to
New Bed Comforts II 24 to S4 to
Fa#r HI * k Basmta?# Hoaa 19a
sor Bis. k Lll% Ho## * .9c
Mr Fancy Ll*l© Ho#© 290
Extra Heavy Brhool Ho#© USc
children'# Combination Butts. 25c to too
Chl dren'a Combination Butts 113 ft to 21.50
I.a lie. Bibbed Combination Suita .... too
Ladle, Ribbed Combination Sulla ~ 21M
Children's Winter Vesta 10c. Ign
Children's Winter Vests 25c, to.
Naw l.ina English Parcalas.
Naw Line Oo or ad Outing Ihe
!0r Canton Fisnn©! .mo
Wtd© rt©§ Inland lo