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PRESSURE brought to bear.
. . ,(ram Kim ran* )
" ■ i.rii"- Do**f*r wavered until
tS* '' ' Jiie expedition to Pm Ting
,nt' err*lary r*f>orts that
10 Ik* HrtiDh.
M' „ n iv..l .1! Pao Tin* Fu. It
M 1,1 Hunt: t’tiant: It*" advised
*" io return to t’ckln on the
# , , ■ ~ )'<mm ran atop supplies
p' the province of tfhen HI,
mn mb mn.
. ,t,,„ Their hJellei Can Be
Iml u red t. Hetnrn.
t>ct. 9 The Chinese min
to-day that It Hi® I’owet* ie
,, . essential t tat the Kmpercr
, r .... Dowager should return to
, quite lonflilrni title could
f Mio •
Vl/ 1 I'oui flr*l by giving positive
r thf ptraonal #af*ty of their
*I then. * plain fvtiifiw* of
1 force* now at Pekin he with.
’Hen Tain. Ynng T*un. or om#
leaving only a c ffew hundred
j v , i Pekin aw a guard.
4ii;lt M A\ A AXD HP (I*l A AGREKL
| t l aniil They llnv# n Plan for thr
i ontrol of (hr Railroad.
Oct. 9 —The Post way* an agree*
v is between Germany ami Russia
h Germany is to control the rail
r%, Pekin 10 Yang Twun, and Rim
. ntrol the road from Ynng Twun
r Ku. Thr Pom h!*o lenlea that
>rr wit I pend an expedition to Man
< ftlM'M; nHCRXTn vnto.
Report That They Will Oppoae Por
niiit b> (hr Alii#*.
Oct. 10 —Thr Standard's Tien
j raonJent. wiring Sunday, way#
.r that the Chlnrrc ar* cowcen
tr ot llwane Lu pae*. leading into
\ m r of Shan 81. with the inien
op;>o*iiig any attempt of the al
? [ jiue thr imperial purt."
u %ITI\G POIt Till. (.KU>my
p* Tina Fa Expedition Iw Yel
Thursday, Oct. 4. —Thr p*| Ting
y edition Is wai:mg for the Oer
rt# • nrr not r#dy to Mart. It la
t tnat there nr** 12.f0> Chine*# im
ps troor*#* at Pao Ting Fu.
• after has rfturnrl here.
*njMi lit* Will Upturn.
! Oct. 6, Saturday—Frince Fhrnc;
ve*l an edict from the Emperor,
4 < * r. i, m reply to a note went at
.nest of thr legations, raying he will
r< i. to prkin as noon as thr nesota
t.ikr n f ixorahl (urn.
III! :><.(.IMI I I.F( TIONS.
flu- 1 111 ad red nml Twrntf-lwe Mrm
(mtr of Pfirllument llmk \e ll# en
I ci't. 10, 3 s. m.—From the re
. ved ut m.*inight, it appears
government gained two weatw in
>y r poidnga in (he parliamentary
r.Grod and twenty-two member*
. .v been offl< 1 illy declared, of whom
Ministerialists, and IV. lirlong to
-ition. The Ministerialists have
five rc.itw more than their op
x thr noteworthy rlrrtlona was
”.* Mr William St. John Hrodriok,
r. t try of Plate for foOMirn af
n th- Guilford livislon of Surrey,
majority of l'.Sm? over his llLeral
it. A. W. Chtiptniii. and that of
i >1 ward Kills. Idlirral. in thr Rush
ivilon of Mr.
a * represented RushcHffr Mnce
Hu mlnisterl idFts, In fighting him.
fT live u*e of hi.** pro-ftoer letters
f puhlished by Mr. Chamberlain,
majority he secured at the general
i of ls9f. was reduced by IR7 votes.
Morley has been re-elecled for
V -i burghs in the IJltrral interesrt ;
•iR twht votes ovainet 1.390 ca*t
Mr J H. !>on. his IJberal t’nionist
■ ‘ *ent.
li>'erals are hoUlmg their own in
- lire, and in some dissricta their
itep have dwiWrl the mnjorltles of
• vk>M gen*>ri election.
19 MOHF. 'l'll %\ PRIKXDLY.
< hnml.fr Inin iSrtlnew fires! Ilrllaln’s
I-onden. Oct. 9. Mr. <*bmherlnln, sec
of atate for the colonies, speaking
t ’airbridge, said:
’'••■at Kritaln’s foreign policy, ss I
• up. i* to remain on friendly term-*
v every greot country In Europe, and
•thing more thin friendly terms
* 'be 1 nlted States. **
nrnberlaln rldlculwl the attempt
(,f ’ opposition leaders to hold him
*i u t<g> to foreign nations.
I '’ *f Hrltaln's policy." he exclaimed.
*h hanN of Ird Rilisbury. and
* aw- riot the presumption to meddle
IM*IK*JEIt MiKNTB URT.
4Haul ih) Ire In %nnnnl (onvenfion
at (lid Point.
N iwt New., Vm Oct. 9,—The
m Traveling Puraenuer Acenta*
' ‘ "ion convener In annual .ea.lnn
Hygela Hotel, Old Point Comfort,
nv-rnlng with about members In
’ ’ L. \V. Landman addressed the
• ng .1-4 his theme the alms and
*he association. an<l whs follow
i* I *ot • |mf|| iNissenger
the f'hrsnpeake and Ohio Rall
" “ >f *ke along the same lines An
• f welcome was made by John
* "n attorney nf ffampton.
jf f ""'lf twill at the Hygeia close*!
# e programme.
•H-' l : tKI> KIIOII Till'. AIYLCM.
"" Mtukcy Ha. Been
<dvrn Her l.lhrrtf.
# hlnttion, Ocl. Mr*. Katherine D
, wife of ez-Juilire Tlioma. J.
1 • f South Otirolinti, -,< t.eil.iy re.
<he government tn.nne aay
. , 1 wr *: of hahen. corpu. by direc
it. ’ "" *-'°'* °f the IM.tHct Court.
u ' v l- the dauahter of Col Will
,” A '-onerfleld of Chnrle.ton. W. Va„
■ mmltictl to the a.ylum June 2
"r f.ither helnf the petitioner.
ii. - mean thin blood, and ihln
••r. r . ' unhealthy atomneh. To
, the nerve, and purify the
~. K : "thfully. It will not cure to
'ipatlon. I mliae.t ton. Py.pep.la
end prevent. Malar.a Fe
and. prevent. Malaria Fe
k 1 ' : " "’hy not aet well at one#
1 "'era. Bee that our Frtv
hoti ,' 1 " ,J< Stamp covert the neck of the
Iffl SET Stomach
S6NU HE Bitters
SAVE YOUR HAIR
With Sham|MW ol
An<l lipht dressings of CfncmA, purest of etnollirnt akin ctire*.
This treatment at once Btopa falling hair, removes crusts, scales, and
dandruff, Boothca irritated, iteliin" surfaces, atimnlates the hair folli
cles, supplies the roots with energy and nourishment, and makes tho
hair grow upon a sweet, wholesome, healthy scalp, when all else fails.
Complcto Cxtornat and Internal Treatment for Every Humor.
■ ■ tlPSlyjl scslss J.nd m fion the tkicluftwni cad. Ic, Cl.Tn t r.\ <\t**?ct '*►>.).
■ |IAI|JU£ ■■ to tnlsntlv llay Itching, *u ati m, ami IrrHa’l n. ami aootbc and
heal, sndCl*TtC'. hs Ui ).■* . ,| u .<1 'a* *•'ti r t.l* <>d.
Tu* e- aat Mg A KiXUt t HKT is oft.-n i ' rt to to u.c a t • htin. r, trllh
I CIO wOlo (•23 lum of hair, when all el-*.* ! *>!* t thr igh • the rltl. ToT*
TXR I)RUU AXoCuEX.Coxr n ßo!o iicjatuo. “ All shout the *kia,Healp, and Hair," trow
Am %m F.o tiii: m:ku ( hi:.
('uses IgnlnM Four 9(a(c ( Icured
From (lie IFoeket.
WMhingfon Oct. f>.—ln the Buprcmc
Court tn-day Asristsnt Attorney General
Maury for the govrmtiu nt moved to ad
vance the Neely extrudilton c.i>e and an
nouiutid that he had receives! a telegram
from the oppo.-dcg counsel In New York.
Mating there would be no objection to this
course. T?e- date which will In* set for
the case bus not been determined.
The case of the I’nlted Bta4es against
North Carolina. South Carolina. Florida
and Louisiana to-day were dismiss 1 In
secordant'e wMh tie decision of t*ongr*>s
in these ra-es litrlng the last .*• sslon.
They Involve certain funds *lue the t’nited
States from the states named. The claim*
were adjusted in the settlement following
the state expenditure* on a* ount of the
Bpatnsh-American War, and the fiction
of the court to-doy w merely formal In
clearing the cases from the record.
l\nt STKI %l. (HM F.VTIOY.
% Itrprrsr tln 1 1 1 e Mlendnaee n( Ni*
Xew Orleans. Oct. 9.—Mayor I’aul Cop
de vie lie, after a conference with Be<*retnry
Thompson. Mr. Sidney Story and others
who are taking an n-tlve interest In tiie
Southern Industrial Convention, to con
vene here !e>\ 4. h* Issued invitation
to the mayors of all Southern cities to
attend the convention nnd a Ively partil
- in Its proi'eedings. Mayor Cajxle
vlelle. In his leltter of Invltntlon. says:
"Tne first davV w salon w ill be devoted
to the Nicaragua • anal, and his excel
lency, Gov. Heard. hn. extended an ofTl
clal invitation to the governors of every
Southern stole to 1* pr 'tit on that day. j
together with their <>nr.ml-sinners of tig- ;
riculiure and superintendents of *lnt a
tion, t*> that the commercial anl official i
voice of the Smith may N united In one
strong request to llw l*nlt'i States Sen
ate for the prompt pa -au*- of the idll
In behalf of that enterpri.-* . which will
come up In that body on I>e.‘. 10.
*441 %TTFII.H 111 **ll I%t l\.
Indian lleservallon to He Tlir%%n
Spokane. Wash.. Oci 9. The north half j
of the (\>!vlHe Indian reaervatkm will be i
open<*l to uettlement at noon to-morrow.
Huntlreda of homeseekers are already on
the land, hih! many are waiting close to
tho bonier*. Some * 'sooner y" have 1-
re.itly erected enhins nnd declare th*ir !
intention to hold valuable claim- with
Winchesters. If necessary. A great rush
in expected nt the rtpok.inc and W.iter
vlllc laml office* to-morrow, but little
trouble is looked for. owing to the great
area of the tract thrown open, which •*
about equal in six*' to the state of l>e!u
M A IMM lll.F Ml III>KR.
Mrs. Sfelfibaoer Pled From thr l!f
--freta of Her Wound.
Columbia. I*a.. Ort I-Mr*. Klllb.th
who Wtis rhrrt hrrr l**t tilxht
whil* trylnz to provent Willlnm M. Molt
from *hootlnß Madam** Allirrio. whoa*
rrol nam* l *W to I** Anno Kiirlonß.
dlrtl to-nIRUt at thr Columbl.i Honi-itnl.
It haa t—on uwrUltir l thot M ulanv*
Alhrrtn ha.l two **>m* In Chlraco. on.* 1"
yarn oM, ami n trlrarnm annoutu li:k h*r j
jr.iih wr)i ihrr*' in-<!a\ Moll\ faih- i
rr Is Mori In Motl of Unbrook. Ison* I*l
- an t hi* molli. rl* Mr*. Power* o!
(H*F.\Kl> m:%% stathh.
Itnilrnnd oflal. ln<l<- Wprrvhr. In
Na*hvlll*. Tenn., Oot. 9. —The formal
of thr mattnlthen* new terminal
,lotion In thl* rlty took place to-,lay.
Frrakknt Itarrl* of the Chamber of Corn
mere.. Mayor H't. l*re|.lenl Thomas of j
the Nashville. Chatlanooica and Hi Ixiul* ,
Hallway. Mr W. U Oranlwrry, Maj i:
Q Lewis. Mr.* AUK ii* l Belmont of New '
York aril Hr. *Meni Smith of th. tul
vlli,. an.l Na-hvl l* Batlrood .1. livere.l ad- I
dre*M The n- w nation. to*eth. r with |
necessary tinproi ement*. '**’ K.W.'W.
UOItMAN lib Hi; MIT IMSK99K.
at. l*nrrnina Hlckdaow aaya of
New Y'ork. Oel. 9 —Con*re*,mon Hlch
nr<t*on of the Notional Democratic Com
mittee. returned to New York to-day from
Washington. Mr. Hlehantson m.ye *v
B-oator Qorman l snir-rin* not only
from throm atfllctlofi. but heart disease.
President In \thll*>*.
Washington. Ort 9.-The President and
Mr* McKinley, n :com[ntiilel hy Secretary
Cortelyou ami the family servont*. arrlr
e,l here at 7:F. oekv-k this morning from
canton. The President and Mr*. McKln
ley rrrs hoth 111 very boo*l health and
spirit*. President McKinley will remain
In Washington until about the rnd or
93r>l of the ntonlh. when be will again go
to Canton to remain until after tin 1>
THE MORNING NEWS: WEDNESDAY, OCTOBEKIO. 1000.
ItIIIHtXTION Milt BRYAN.
Mr ILleJolm Quo(cm (he 9nl(fn of
Washington. Oct. 9 —Acting Secretary
Molklejohn c*f the war depcirimenta hss
seti 1 the fctiowltig lter to Hon. W J
Gryan, who speaks at Peoria. 111., lo
"Oct. *. 1900 —Dear Sir: In the press
repo re yesterday of your addres* at Tip
ton, lid., in which you referred to the
overthrow of numjn slavery in th* Uni-
I ted State-*, resulting from tho
tho nrmi* a* of th* i nlim, you wre also
reported >nylng in that connection:
*We f>ught then for the mtoptlon of
i ('••ristitutiormi am* fuiment that provld
•*! that no in.in could own n slave, and yet
before the Pbli| j*.nc wr \* enlel *.
ti\ the fhilu treaty, which recognise*
"Permit me *o Invite your attention to
th • fol’ow'ing extm< t from the |*ter of
*he S- r*tary of War to Maj. Gen. Otis,
tomni.Hiding tin* T'nh. I States forces in
tin* Pullipplnen, unl*r date of Oct. 27
•’ 'The Pr# -idrnt instructs m*- to advkai
vou that the igreement sign*al Aug. JO,
letsMßj, ftrlsr (iK-n. John C. Rates.
reptx*senttng the l otted States, of the
orn* part, th. Sultan of 1010,
I*ito Rajah Mim. th*
lro Ai*lk. tb.* Data Clb|
nnd the I* n Jnanffi n, of the other part.
I confirmed and approved, subject to tin*
action of tVngrprovide*) for In that
1 i iu-f of the treaty of |*a'is*tween the
In Ilex I Hi me# and Hpaii< whch provideo
"Tin* civil light* nnd the I'oitticel status
of the native liibabitnnts of th#* t rrltory
hereby c-bd to th#* United Slates shall b
<je(ermln i by Congress." and with the
iirder-tanding and reservation, w hleh
should b - distinctly communlcubd to the
KuP.m of 1010. that thl- agreement I* not
! Im and •m* and In ,in\ way to authorise o
give the coim-nt of the United States to
the exiMen. • of slavery In th* Bulu Archi
pelago. a thing which I- rrwi !• im|>>s*ihle
i\ th#* Thir <enth of the Con
stitution of the United Stul**.‘
"l is probably unnecessary to call >otir
att# lillC’” t# t * lit that in the
#>f the approval of the President, it Is !m
--pofudblc for us to *hav. tin Suiu treaty* or
any other treaty. V'ery respectfully,
* G. 1). Mrdklejohn.'
*'llon. W J. Rryan. Peoria, 1 li.* *
A HTKR \>* AT ( l ATT % YOOGA.
Opening llaaineaa Aleetlnga Mere
Chattanooga. Tenn., Oct. 9— The open
ing business me# ting* of th* Society of
th#- Army of the Cumherinnd was held to
day, Gen. T. J. Wood, presiding. Annual
r# |orts of offb ers were adopted, one cf
the mo t imtMiriant br-lng that of Gen. H.
Y. Hoyntoti. eorre-inindlng secretary, pro
vidlng for the preservation of the record*
of th*- society.
All tr. ns to-night brought In a<)#lltlonil
v terMi- to th#* minion* of the Army of
the Cimilerland an l Bpuibh-Anv rican
War V# i*rans Associations, and there are
now several thousand in the cl y. The
council of atlminl-tiaiion of tlie HfunDh*
American War Veterans Association
hebl a meeting this afternoon. The
m# #*tlng was behind cl# *el #lo#rrs, hut it
Is understood that : proposition to unite
with the other f lety of Btmnlsh War
veterans, the memters of which saw ac
tive service, received favorable considera
To-night nt th* Auditorium Oen Joseph
AV. Rurk * of Mobile delivered the annual
oration le*fore thr Army of the Cumber
land fto*lety. Among those occupying
snts on th# rvOstrum were Pension <*om
ml* ’oner II Clay Evans, Gen. lkiniel
Birki# s nnd G* n. H. V lloyton.
The Bpanlsh-Am* rtcan War Veterans
will hav# a m* eting to-morrow night, nt
which the annual oration will be delivered
by Oen. William J. McKee of Indiana,
other addresses will be made by <Y>l.Rich
ard Henry Savage, New York; Mn). Julius
N. Klllliin. Nebraska, nnd Col. Oracey
DPAITKAItIAti < AHNIAGF.fI.
llmii rt Hreotomentlrd I hat no AVtvre
of Them lie Hade.
Washington. Oct. 9- Th It#air<! of Ord
nance nnd Fortification* haa been hold
ing a protract +d a#*'>!on In Washington
and adjourned to-day after taking impor
tant action regarding dif>api>earlng gun
The board has recomm# nk<l to the Bec
rtnry of War that no more* <lis|!f>earlng
gun carriage* bo made. There has been
much contention among army officers for
som# tint# especially among artillery offi
*, r+ a •#> th# value of liaai#iearlng gun
carriac* upon fortlfb atlons for coast de-
The consensus of opinion has been
thot th#* dtMppcsrtnv carriage was gooil
for low site*, but the majority seamed to
think that It was not best for high sites.
The action of the board if sustain#*#! by
the .secretary of War. will be of far
reaching Importance In the future of coast
• 9" • I
Liverpool. Oct. 9 —James Fitxharris, the
phoenix Park conspirator, known as
"Bkin-the-Gont." who was rearreslrd here
last evening for failing to rejsart himself
under the term* of h.-’ prison release It
cense. was liberated to-day.
NOT PAIO FOR SPEECHES.
Continued from First Page.
.msglne from reading the Republican pa
per*. 1 find it difficult to reconcile their
statedMtits about my financial condition
One time they say that 1 am so ambitious
that 1 would *pend ail my money to hr
Picsident. and another time they say that
1 am so avaricious that I will not make
speech unlcMi 1 am paid for H
"1 notice a rtti*i*m in the paper* that
the people of the town* through which our
tra*n p!*es have contributed to the ex
pense* of the train, and It w is *uggeted
that was for my benefit. I need not tell
you Urn? 1 rec#*i\e nothing for making
speeches, but. my friends, I want you to
anow that when men ride on train* they
must either pay or else the railroad com
ranie* must furnish them with free jidrs
We do not want n railroad to carry our
rain free through the *t*ite and. there
fore, th#* Btat# Committee paid abou* $1 (ttt
for the tram tor yesterday nnd to-day. W.
believe it Is better for people to pay their
w.ty and to he independent than to hove
cori'oratlon* run them after election I
would a great deal rather have Republi
can* rrtt!d*e me bccauee people along the
road pay the expense of the train than
to recetv# free rldee from the railroad
.•ompnnle* and have corporations run me
if elected because they furnished the
THE PROMIRITIO* ( AMPMGV
John G. Woolley, the Nominee. Talk*
ChlcagOk Oct. 9—John G Woolley. Pro
hibit ten nominee for President, who ha*
Just returned from a nine days* trip
through the #onth on a special train, this
evening made the following statement.
"The meetings in Indiana have been
the greatest of the series so far in #*om
parisen to former meetings in thl* Mate.
The peculiarity of our work In Indiana
is that we seem to drawn our converts
nVntt evenl) from the two # ok) imrtlee
"The trip of the special train Increase*
tally In inrerest. Our heaviest tv.#rk be
gins tc-nlght nt the rhliwxo meetlnr.
On the Eastern trip we will hold nearly
double a many meet mgs a day as we did
on the Western and Southern trlpa."
OVER TOO MEETINGS.
Kepnltllenns Will Have a ltny Time
In \r York Xtate.
Albany. N Y .Oct. 9-Over 7W meatings,
with double that number of speech**,
have been urraigd by the Repub’ican
Btate Committee for the iat four weeks
of the c-amiaign In this Mat#, in addition
to the two flying (rip- through the state
by Gov. Roosevelt and Chnuncey M De
l w. during wrhich speeches will be made
at over HO places.
rmiCFAUF. TO HWM.
*# tin (or P*ttlgr*w Wa(a to M#*#*l
Him In Jln( ll#*bn(r.
Sfcmx Fall*. B I> . Oct. 9 Ben a tor Pet
tigrew to-day l*pied a public challenge to
Benator Hanna f#r a Joint debate In Mouth
Dakota or el*ewhere on the subjects of
trusts, armor plat** contracts, nnd the
government policy of Forto Rico, Cut a
and the Philippines
Manns AN '( Aotlre It.
Chicago. Oct. 9 -Benator Hanna said
thl* afternoon that he will pay no atten
tion whatever to Benator Pettigrew * chal
lenge for a Joint debate.
Bfeventon ( a nips tun Ins.
Wheeling. W. Va., (kl. 9.—Hon. Adlal
Blevenson. the Democratic <*atulitlate for
Vice President. arrlv**d m Wheeling thl*
rnomtvig and made a brief ad#lr#**n from
the ear platform Mr. Stevenson *(>ok<*
at half a dost'ii other points in tho state
during the day.
New York. Oct. 9 Kx-President Benja
min Harrison *ald to-night that he would
probably issue a stat*m#-nt of hi* io*l
tion In the campaign to-morrow. H* said
it would he prepared If he could get time
to do the work.
HAD A 9HOOTIAO AFFRAY.
Henry V.etvta llanaeronalx \A minded
In ( offer ( <wn(y.
I>ougkis. Oa.. Oct. 9—On Hundny lasi,
in the lower part of Coffee county, at
Ellis Allll. In a free-for-all scrap between
Jolla Corbett and Henry I#ewls, on one
>!de. a man nmna) Hall anl John Wilson
on the othfr, Lewis, while endeavoring to
ure his knife, was shot by Wll-on, receiv
ing an abdominal wound that It is thought
will prove fatal. The oilgln of this regret
able affair could not be learned.
The criminal d#x*ke( of Coffee Buperior
Court will in* t ken up to-morrow.
Mr. L. R. B!mmon*. an agel cltlxen of
Ixaigla*. was stricken with |*ralyt* #*n
Run#lav. Hi* entire right side Is paraivxed
Ills wife, who is vMttng In North Caru
ln. has bee nwlred for.
Mr. A. 8 M<bley ha* ben adjudged In
sane. and Will he rurnwl to the state
sanitarium nt Milb'dgcvllle at once.
The Merchants’ nnd Pl.inters* fireproof
warehouse i* n# .irlng < .<cn| l iton
Mr*. Mattie Fre#-mn Kempt on. who ha*
been visiting her |#ar#nts, IMitor J. M.
Freeman an*l wif. returned to her home
In Waycross yestenlay.
HnriiuP if Hat#* Dead.
lymdon. Oi't. 9 —John PstrFk Crlohton-
Btuart, Marquis of Bute, died thl* morn
ing at Dun fries House, his seat in Ayres
ehlre, from iaralyel*.
#•"1 Walrk ft , —rrfHlt,’.
Any hrln wr>rkr that iVpnuts on
thought tor hi* *"<■•* In Ilf-, uo* up
•tally, hy brain work, a varying amount
of tho dillrato partlctaa of phoaphati- of
l>o>a*h and alhum'n of whtrh th* brain
a:al ri.'rvi' c*n'rH it re an:
Th* tin*. mi*ro*i'o|Hr (•artirlpa of pho*.
ph.l* of |K<lash r<* found In quantltl** tn
th* |>or** of th<* *kln afi*r th- brain ha*
b'*n u**d ai'tlv*ly. Thl* mu*t la- ro
piac-4 from food, or brain fax and nerv
ous prostration **-t In.
Thla breaking down of the Itttl* cell*
each day. from brain work atone, I* a
natural proaea.', and *h cell* ran readllr
be built from the right aort of foo-l. If the
*y*tem I* not Int'rfand with hy drug*,
hut If an Inereased amount nf eell* arc
broken down by th* use of coffee, trouble
Frequently It flrat how* tn dyspepala.
lark of power of th- bowel* to operate
properly, or pn’pltatlon of th* heart or
some other lack of vitality and healthy
vigor. There Is but one thing for a sen
sible mm or woman to do~qut, coffee
absolutely ‘Hard to do." you aay.
Take up I’ostum Food t'offe*, use It r*-
ulary, have It well made. *o It tastes
good You will find a well-defined, un
mistakable change In your health, and
there I* a reason for It.
You have besom* free from th* break
ing down force of coffee, and on the other
hand, you are taking a t owerful, nourish
ing liquid food which quickly rebuilds
the new cell*. These are facts,—pro
found facta, ready for any one tA prove
to their own *atl*faetl<m by actual us*.
Postum rood uonee Is nfaoe at tne tamo Is
pure food factories of the Fo*tum Cereal
Cos., tdd.. Battle Crek, Mich., and la
used by br.iln workers all over the world.
Don't call It a “substitute" for coffee;
have out the coffee proposition alto
gether. Post urn is a liquid food and a
true food drink.
v'wwww'w ▼▼▼▼ , #r*r*K*r
r-ww ■w'w'w'vw'w *r*r*r*
Inaugurated this morning will be
the biggest in the history of Savannah.
Our immense stock of the finest goods
manufactured, which includes Silks,
Dress Goods, Black Goods, Crepons,
Linens, Damasks. Towels, Blankets,
Bed Spreads. Rugs. Art Squares, Ready
to Wear Goods, in fact every article
in the house will be thrown on our
counters at slaughter prices. This is a
chance of a lifetime. Don’t miss it.
GUSTAVE ECKSTEIN & CO.
RKomunm: tiif. army,
t.en. John VI. Brooke Hectares Heor
gnntsntlnn Is Needed.
Washington. Oct. 9.—lt I* urged. In the
annual report of MoJ. tleft. John it
Brooke, comm indlng the Department of
I the Kasl. nt New York, which was mol
i public, at tha war department to-day, that
u pressing necessity exists for the reor
ganisation of the army on modern lines
"For msny years past." soya he, "the
general officers of the army have shown
tha necessity for an Increase which will
place the army on an efficient Imsle, and
enable It to perforin Its duties with credit
to Itself, and to the satisfaction of tho
nation The events since the cmtmenc. -
men I of the Hfvinleh War have demon
strated beyond doubt the necessity fm
a reorganlaatlon which will enable this
nation to maintain th<- position In whl h
It now finals ttse'.f placed, so that. In r*
of war. the army mtiy form th<- bulwark
behind which the volunteer army ntuy ho
created, aa haa always been done to our
country, by organising tt\e people “
ftefrrrlng to the r*haM|.t'itton and pre
gress of our coast defenses, he say* that
while It Is Impracticable at thl* time to
make recommendstlons regarding the ar
tlllery posts where the number of men
enters n* a factor, on account of the large
foreign drafts, kt Is not tot early now to
draw up plans for sup,>orilng the roast
artillery. It Is not the province of root
artillery, he says, to net out of fortifies -
lion*, their sphere of op ration being 11m
lied, but that the presence of mold e
troopa to repel attack* from the r ar and
to prevent Imdlng partis* from gahdng a
foothold Is liniwratlve. on that account
the vicinity of each post for mile* around
should he mapped with a vk*w to determ
ining the lines of defense brfote the ne
cessity for their ure arises. •
■ • • ,
SKNT H9ONKV Ftllt >AI.VUMTOT.
People of lloaolnln Iteapond tn the
t all for Aid.
Honolulu. Oct 2. via Bon Francisco. Oct.
9 —By the steamship Australia to-<My th
t*>n,ile of Honolulu sent 13 *h. for the pen
pie of (kalveston
Hawaii's three.erwncred pcdltlcal tight
Is now fairly startwl. Republican* l*mo
crats and Inde,a-ndent llonti Holers a I
having ticket* tn the flel.l. 1 ndependi-n *
have flung to the breexe at the headqu.tr
ters a banner hearing the pb 'ure of King
Kam>tiamrhn I. the great Hawaiian mon
arch. who first conquered a I the Island
Th<- two American partle* • lain that ttv*
is another proof that th< Hnwaallan party
Is carrying on an anti-white ompalgn.
The liwlcpendcnts will hold n teg.tla
notnlnatlng convention next Wednewlay,
when they will put thetr full ticket In the
field. K. \Y. Wilcox probably wI! l>e nomi
nated for fTmgress
FttlK HI9SFN •' lItMIOT.
Flrat Day of Tlirlr I onveatlou la
ChArlsston. B C., (K't. 9-Pr**l#l^t
QulgSay of FjroruK'c. (he twanty
#lirhth annuo* convention o< th# Interna
tional Fir# f*hl#fa to onl#r at 10 o’clock
•o-day in th# Oanoan Artill#ry Hall. Ad
dr#*### of wikMM w#r mad* mwl re
*poA<i#<t to in a h#arty mnn#r. Th* larx#
hall. *#attniK I.W) p#r#ona. wn fill*d, and
th* op*nlna *x#rcla* wer* very Inter-
Chl#f Qtiiflcy. Mayor J. A.lffcr Rmyth
of Chari*#(Oh. Chl*f MrAf#* of Rald
mor*. FI roman Grar* of *harl##ton, aritl
Chlaf Ryan of Norfolk. w*r amouif Iho
#j*ak*r#. Bp#<‘ial commit ter# report*#)
at thl# aftvrtioon's vaaakm. aad to-iaht
th# flr#m#n hoard :n tnt#r*#ina mlirr*
hy Mr. F O. Aff#ld f th* lm*rnaitonal
!Uir) of Fir* l , ndrwrtt*ra an#*
of th* HamlMrK-Rr#mn Fir# Inauranc#
(’ompany of N*w A'ork.
Th** itrofrimm** fn- tf*-morrrOf |fi#lada#
th* i*#t of apparatus and nn oxruralon to
hlutori* Fort Humirr.
POA%FI.It AA A fit aPEMIfOO.
■•roaiilrtif off lh# Order tf Railway
Tairarapkera Now Out off Oltlrr.
Bt I/xilr. Oct 9.—Prraldml AAV V. l*ofir
#ll of th# Ordrr of Railroad T#l#araphrra
m'nk #u#p#nl#Nl from office t#►-♦)! y by th#
#l>*clal convent Win of th# xranl dtvtalon
of thut or:nlEntion now in p*#i(|on h#r#.
Mr I*o9*ll left th# Odd FaHoara* btilld-
Ina. In which th# conv ndon i# held,
to ffo to hi# oflli • in th#- Fullerton bulM-
Ini Flrat Yh * Pre#ident M M Dolphin
of Knnr.il City took th* chair and via
con.*ll#rlnx n motion to appoint a comintt
i#a to hear th# change* mad*
urninrt I*re widen t Powell by
rotary and Trea#urer P#rham While
h* wax thux rnyatf##) It wa
whkapqrOf) arotnw) th* hall ttiat Pow#l
ha I won# to th* <Tr -uR Court to m#k for
an *krd#r reaffraililiia th# ararvl weawlon
from trylny blot. The report found cred
ence on ail aldew. B*on th# hall %vai In
nn uproar, and a #fox*n #l#l*xt# w#r#
ufM.Mt th#ir f*#t d*ma#llnx r*<’Ognltloii,
and try tine to innk* mot kirw of one kii>*l
nr another. Finally th# chairman h#*ar*t
a to e#t ai#f# (h# m*nt of
th# commit i## tidfler # -cm# I*)# rat lon, anl
t* Pow#|| from offic#. Th# mo
tion wna rrcoti'l#! from li |Kirtw of th#
hill When lh* queetlon waw put th
voff# xtood PA for fcufpcniuon to % ayilnat
it hai been conc*dal alt alcttft that the
Pr#wi<leal had at leaat twenty-five vot#a
that h* could count on In any *m*rx*nry,
anil hla friend# wer# aatounded when rn y
#lx w*r# cj#t 4X 'tnt hV# u|i#np|on Tne
only theory on which they cout#l account
for th#* flop-over wa# that they b#!l#v*l
th#* rumor #’o*#rntn*!: Pow# IP# Intention
to tak* the matter Into th courtr and
disapproved au.-h action
When ###n by a reporter, Mr. Powell
aairl that his up< n*ion wa an entire
aurpriiM*. and drnl<d that h* had #v*n
thouitht of ndinv th#* courm for a re-
Jury and tfnl*#a*9 ( orpua.
Havana. f*ct. 9—By or#l#r of th* mil
itary frov*rnm*nt and through Be nor
flener. #ecr#try of Jttatkv. trinl by Jury
wtm |naugura(**l in Cuba n-*i#v and th#
writ of lial#a* corpus e#tahllh#d (*oi
-mlawianerw r#pre#eritlng the church and
th* otaio hove been af>toliitc#l to deter
mine the property right# off th* former.
The Straight-Front Corset
- ) Has capture*! the country by its (trace, health-
T* ' W fulncas and style. Its perfection Is found in
JF' The “ niLITANT ”
the • tr " , K h *dront style of the famous
m% r m “Glove - Fitting”
F ° r ** le bs '* ll dealers in the United States.
'' 'I T*m Httm retr and ,n krw fkty'rt mmJr
'* * irmm> rmm *'*""<* ’** My
S*nd toufor handome iltustrated catalogue.
f M flee. C. fiatcbeller ft U.. 3tf Bway, New York.
For sale by all leading Dry Goods Stores.
Iltif #lr l.lnnl l lnrr Barked Off With
New York. ' h-* A special cable dts
fetch Iron) yueenstosso o th* Evening
1 World. says:
[ The giant White Btar liner Ocaanle,
j which arrlVMl here to-day, bed a nirraw
escape from shipwreck off the coast of
Ireland. While approaching th* roast
and trying lo pick up the Kwiihi light,
what m|i(h urtd lo bn a fog honk, eud
.holy tlftt ,1 uni showed land dead ahead.
The break era could he plainly aeen
crashing on the rock*, and Iha veaanl
touched bottom, hut fapt. Cameron Im
mediately a lopped hi* ermine*, revereed
them nod hacked Into deep water with
out the ahlp helmr injured
It wa* only owln* to the care of tho
• optaln that a terrthte dlaaater waa avert
ed The Oresnle was noth* a lowly on
account of the foar. and trying to pick up
the land. II waa 4 o'clock in the morn
In* when the fn* lifted nod allowed tho
land rliiht ahead, the poattton beln* then
he'ircn (he rocks known as tho Bull, Cow
nod Calf and Browrhead.
The Innd was *o clone that on each how
could be acen a renular pye. The atop
pln* of ihe engine* shook up and awoke
everybody. Half a minute after the en
gine* weie reversed, but before the Oce
inlc was stopped she atmek with a grlnd
tr.*. grating nrlae Hh then quickly swim*
Tranquil and nnfldenl In the skill Of
the captain Ihe women pnsa*n*r* m Ihq
saloon behaved admirably, sbowln* Iha
*>eaiest coolness In the presence of dan
ger The- water tight compartment* were
closed within two minute*, on fapt. Cam
eron's orders, ns soot as the danger waa
perceived. Th* Ilfehoalß were cleared
away ready for lowering with the pre
cision of clockwork, and 4he crew were
ai quarters ai once.
I'OaTttl-'Flt'K t I.I'.MK ARKKSTRD.
Had Been In the hew York IMHee fop
n turner of Year*.
New York. Oct. Richard J. Carroll,
who for a number of years has been tho
chief money order clerk In Branch "E. ’
of the posmfllre in thla rtty, waa arrest
ed today for forging nisi raisin* money
order*. Mill waa set at t2.M> The amount
of the alleged forgeries is not yet known,
but la believed to be very large.
Ottawa. Out.. Oct. An naira of th*
official Ouselle was Issued to-night with
a proclamation announcing the and Iff solution
of Parliament and the holding of the gen
eral election on Nov. 7.