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A TEXAS WONDER.
HmH's Orral IHaroTrry.
On# ©mall bottl© of HAll's r.'-Ast Pl
©•r©ry eur# ail kldr.ey and M#dd#r
t©ot>bi©# nmovrf f rav* I. cute® and •!>**•
©•mtnal ttnUaiona. weak iti l Um* banks,
rhSimativn and all lrn-fuUrHl* of tba
kldnaya actil bladder In buth nrn and
Warneri result* bladder trmiM©* !n
drar, If not ait * m
b* tanr rnjr mall on rrr p* ‘f $1 ° n#
•mall bottla in iv • monfnn nl.
and aril, run* anv -• at-*v‘ m**ntl'fKd
l>r E W Hall, tola manufacturer. P
Bo* fj* 8 Loul*. Mo Bnd for tea* '
monlala Sold by a! lru**it * n<l ®° io *
mati* Cos., ba^noai. Ga.
Dr E TV Halt St. Lmil. Mo : TVar
fir ri'aM thlp nv I hit* doiefl Hall a
Oraf bv Aral #*pre" 1 * 1 bava
ao'd o\’er one
l*fartlon at and I
cuitomera. Tour* trulv.
H r OROVUII
Ann M n * opot Prug fltora.
Ocala Fla . I>ee it •
IN GEORGIA AND FLORIDA.
JVBJW* ATI) \li:wi OP THE DU l>
Antaer to the *oth© eater n Plied
by Farrar's Altorneya—totton
About Ainerlrua llna lleen toth
errd UDraair I flritirrt Halar
%farh Hay—Air. Plnuler nod oth
ers on a Tour of the East I ooat.
The Tucker* %r|ultted In llode
I ouiity >e* 'l ow n to He Mullt
Aeroaa the Hirer Prom Jackson
There wa a l.tre uidlct, r pr#©r.t Pun
day afternoon at the service* h‘ll in d*d
l atloti of the era hulVlinjt of the Youn*
Man a Christian Association at Mn >t A
very Inteieatliif: programm* wo* ren ter* 1
The addresses an I ingirta in re greatly
( rop Itos fteen leathered.
There was a marked in cotton
receipts at Amerious doriiK the wek Juat
ende|. which fan ju-tlMr* the statement
that the gr*H' hulk .>f the • op In that sec
lion has bean gat here 1, mitkted in I
•Old Farmer** h.tv** fred> let . their
holdings at 10 cems. an*l sum* have in
tlrely flnhhtd pi king ind this w**k will
l*egii> sowing whe.it and oat.** A la r k“
a<■ reage will he planted In gtafn this in l
l oiiklnu for n Mi*..
The com mins loner* of Fulton county arc
row In the market hunting f *r . suitable
alte for a reformatory. At the l ist meet
ing of the hoard s3,.’**) '•>* **©l aekle with
which to purchase a site* arwl a r*olutln
was also pa-ssMl authorising th* cat of
the old Jail site, the money to he derive*l
from It to h* uaed In th*- roitatru* tlon of
the reformatory. It 1- believed tiNtt tie
proceeds of thi* sal* with the $3,5 0 al
ready appropriated. will In* a suffbent sum
to at least common • th*- work, and pos
sibly carry It through to a succtasful end
There were two |o4ls of h.v on the pub
lic auu.iro at recently that a
- considerable attention on account
of their sis**. The first load belong* and to
Mr R. J Guinn arid weighed lit** poind**
The second load belonged to Mr. H W
Milam It was not weighed, but was >-
to be not less than s.** n pounds.
The first load was Bermuda and th s ond
was pea vine Ten or twelve years .*o
lav was to IjaGrang** in gr**.
quantities, hut now the i- re
versed and great qiiantltiew a■ annual.y
shipped from that roint. To give an kl©
as to wh-t Is being done in this lln* * )*•
dealer this season hits sold twenty-five
mowers in and around laiGrang** It l**
good money crop ai>l fartneis arc 'akiig ,
hold of li In a businesslike manner.
!• (intUH f lain.ton.
A Macon dispatch to th* Constitution J
says: Mr. Alfred Edwards, who haa*bren
connected ao long with 8. H. J.tques.
Tinsley A t o . will leave soon for Ism
dot where he goes to a < ©pf a responsible
position with the firm of Findlay A Hal
ils. former Macon young men. who are
conducting a very prosperous busln- s . In
Ljeadon. A remarkable clrcumstam • hap
l>euel yesterday with Mr Ivlwatd* It*
ha*l his fortune toi l by a lady tt * • rat* 1
paimlsi. who tint been In the city h short
while. In reading the lines of Ids hand
she Informed him that some tiro** ago
a lucrative position was offered him ;n
London. hut hw declined it. and sue asked
him the reason why he refqped. H* re
plied that It was because of severe lllne-a
in his family, which was tru* Bhe tU I
film not to care, as a similar |*l * • would
he tendered him before spring. When Mr
Kdwards left th* palm and wet tto his
place of business he wa greatly surprised
to And awaiting him there a lettrr from
Messrs Kindla\ A Battle, of Ixarwl n. t n
dertng him the aim** position that had
been offered him lasi year.
F arrar vs. iMinthn ralrrn.
Henry A Alegnnd* r of Atlanta, and
George P. Jonas of Mn< on. as attorneys
for K M Farrar of AtUnt i ha • fil**l an
amendment in Bibb Superior Court to h**
answer of th** Pout hw* stern Railroad
Pompany in the suit of Farm- again t
the Soulhweeiem. in which Ik .'*.lß and 1*
Involved The original suit w.%* HI <1 in
July. Ikft) atnl will te henr.l at th** No
vernier term of Hlbb Pupertor t’ourt. Hen
mark. A*iam- A Fre* nan of Biunuh
ami Hardeman. l>avls A Turner or Macon,
represent the Southwestern Th su I
grows out of th* re* ent Central lla.lroad
receivership case, the Ontrat liiihoa*!
lielng the lessee of the Pouthw*etern, the
okl l.s** prON idir.g that th* Ceinril should
pay to (h sto khold*- of tl>* B*uthw t
ern an annual dlvklend nut le-* dui.i 7
per cent on the par value of titer do k.
The p.attiff. B M Fa rar. at.ns that
’ms the sum of $8t8.1K3.34 was pal*l to tie*
fV>uthw c*t rn > h 5 l* r * • nt c m, t m se
of the unpitd divldt iwls *lu** during th** re
celverehlp. this sum of money, therefor-*
jui not belong to the outhw*it*un *ti
pany during the recetveiship at th*- time
the regular dividends should have le n
Amfl*t Smith .lit t .It h. Mr> fl Aino
juarmr In Buniny from polnon
•dmlnl*i*rl by h-r own hind. Hhr *.
on- of the waltr-nc ai th hotel, a li
of [tl.n.liiß mhnnrr, aril ntrlklnx api'i
amr. Everythin* poa.H.e * iton- to
aav* the Ctrl'* life, but U ■ to no uvott.
Killed ley an ollleer.
John Boyre. a rtronße necro, arrived In
Penaarola Baturday, flilrd up on wrhUky
and lerami' cluwrderly. I’olP <• < >nitv>i
William Martin attempt'd lo nrrmt him.
hut he r—ntste.l violently and made a mo
tlon a* If todr.ia a inn. Martin, thlnkins
hl life In dancer. tlre<l,' the bullet taktnc
•fTect In Boyce'* breast. Jun alaive the
heart Boyce was taken to the hospital,
where he dted.
The Tuckere Ariinltted.
The famous Tucker trial at Dade City
ha* be-n completed and the verdict wa*
acquittal This was one of the most noted
cases In Bouth Florida for many year,
Blltott Tucker and hi# four brothers ter,
charged with the larceny of some cattle.
It I* claimed that the prosecution grew
out of a family feud which has esisted
for some year* Elliott Tucker was In
dicted aa the principal and the four broth
er* as accessories before and after the
! fact Th* trial was rommsm-M #arly *•
W##k. and it was th# only ism tried at
■ thi** term of the rburt.
fatrl firrw n*plclon.
A 17-yewr-old white girl, of nice appear
ance. appeared at the Timpa polles head
quartsr* Runla\ and for trsnspor
t.itlon to t k* her to her home In New
I York Bhe staid ha she had •• s*s*er
roamed and living in T.impa, and was in
flu* *d to go there b\ ier lrother-ln-I<w
After she arrived intngs looked so sue
plt ioua to h r that she I** am** dlssaiia
?ied Hh* !• Ir*-- tnat It looks - If
•■omeone had made a plot to ruin her and
she wants ?o go bn k horn* The matter
w. referred tofhe M *yor. and If h* find*
tii.it th girl's si. .r> If tru* she will ge
the necessary n**t*tin e to get home.
%A 111 Itntr n Yew Town,
A f>< w tow n will be tulla a ros* the 8t
John river from Ja keonvllle Ki-I'nited
Hlnif* H-n*tor t’all Is the chief of the lo* .!
promoter- *'if New York. Boston and
l*hMadelphla apitallsta are suj p. *d *o b**
Ansnctng the s h* rn* Benror t all, in
speagtn #, f the project, gays 'lt will t*e a
tealdei.t town ♦* hi*‘.velv with magnlArent
boulevards and tropb al |o*rk It will be
provided w th distinct ilsctrlc ligitt site
trie enr nd winer systems. It I** intruded
to b* a model home town ' The Incorpor
ation pMpers an • p**rted thi** week, and
then. \4 lalmed by the promoters, work
w ilt Ik gin Immediately.
Mint mill Rllleit a Yrgrn.
There wa i very unfortunate shooting
sTap* lt> the Khidy Grove s. t on. right
mil* k south of o .*: * H inday morning It
-eem that Arthur Galllpevu. white, and
a w- gonmaker and bl.< ksmlth, hn<f an
.i *. ,nt against *♦ negro by tli* name of
John ID E. <d* r.d. but which Bell *• aimed
he had i ild y work This Gailipeau )l
plife*l w h*r Hell * 111 ' I II leave It to
two win*** men." which w.*i agree*! to
nl> tlMlllpetu. it Is mill Insisted chat It
ho ild 1m tlone then, to which Hell dle
vi!ti a** It was Bunda\. but said he
wo>.l i Mor*lav morning It Is a !eged that
GalhfM .ii b< ame *o exasperated that he
ir. w i plet.d and shot Hell In th© neck,
from which h‘* died.
On m Totir f Inapeetlon.
A die j Hitch to the Tlmes-l'nlon an*l r*n-
Is-n from Bt. Augustine says: Mr Flag
ler. a> irompanltd by fir. Anderson anrl
Ft. and Sterrv, manager of the Palm Beach
li • * is. arrive and her** soon aft* r fi o . lock
l.e-t night where tlw |irty wa** Joined h>
J A McGuire of the firm of McGuire A
M< lam ild. hotel constructors and H T
GofT. su|*erlnt*rwlent of the Florida Fast
<' •.*-! Kui|wav Th** sprs'bil train, drawn
i.\ mi **n;** **' e.|nipped with on **|ei trie
h a)tighi <*(> < tally fr th* o. uslon. left
here shortly before 7 o'clo* k and procr*efl
*l dlrctl\ to Palin lUh h. To-day was
*l*nt Ins|M ting th*- new work. Including
Mr Fl.g!er'w new cottage at Palm Beach,
the afternoon i*eing devoted to a run
•town to Miami. It Is Mr. Flagler s Inten
tion to I*■!v* the lower east <s>awt this
evening, reaching this city some time to
Negro Killed at Baldwin.
There was considerable excitement In
lower Duval county over the killing of a
negro by a white man Haturday night.
Th© prisoner has been brought to Jack
sonville and placed in Jail. At Baldwin,
a great crowd of negro hand* gathered
for th* usual Katurday night dissipation,
unit th** sheriff and an extra guard of dep
uties were present to prevent any tdood
shed or rioting. All was quiet until the
shonfT returned to his home. Then sev
eral pistol shots were fired and a number
of personal difti• ulb s engaged In Hun*
day morning the body of James Williams.
h former H-aboard employ©, and reputed
to be it highly respected negro, was found
dead with a bulb*© through the head. C.
M Flanagan, a white man. Is charged
with the killing Ftan.igan says he Is a
deputy sheriff It is Ml* god that the ne
gro killed was engage 1 in no disturbances
and was probably the victim of an error.
nt tit.i#%nh %t ihii tit.ii.
Two Murder t uses to He llronght In
the Superior I onrt.
• Douglas. Gs . Oct. 9 —Burglars recently
entered the general merchandise store of
T. Tanner and carried away, a near s
inn now Ik* estimate*!, between s.‘tf and I7*
worth rrf shoes, besides some clothing and
notions. Kntrunce was effected by bor
ing a hole In the back door, sufficiently
large for the Insertion of u man's arm.
and the cross bar was raised. There Is
yet no slew to the guilty parties.
Coffee Superior Coun I* In se.-sion with
Judge Joseph W. Hennet presiding, and
Holbd or General John W. Bennett looking
after the state'* Interest Judge Bennefs
charge to the Grand Jury was able and
pointed, particular toress being placed
upon rhe prosecution for carrying pistols
concealed, and the sale of whlk> In vio
lation of law
There are two murder t asotk on the
docket, on< a tgelnst Dennis Paulk, Jr .
and one against John \Y Gillls. Both the
accused belong to good families and stand
well In the county. The visiting attorneys
ar- Hitch and Myers. l#e*m A Wilson.
John c* YlcDonald. Toomer a Reynolds,
Walter Bennett and A K. Cochran of
NVuycfos*. F. D Graham of Baxley, P L.
Hrnlth of Haxlehurst. B T Allen of Pear
son. R. A llemltlcks of Willaco*x;bee,
and Holton K Hon of Baxley
jiim.wr o\i:t I’Hitm
lona t otton Is sriling twsj I p at
lake t It). Pla.
I#ak*- City. Fia . Oct. S* The cotton mar
ket at this place iw the best It has been
In years. Cotton In the seed is bringing
tents, whlh in the lint it rallies all
the way from 2b** to 23 cents. Saturday
an exceptionally large amount was dis
poned of and the tjolk Is being sold In the
seed, as it h claimed that prices will yield
more i th* |trodutv. At this time lasi
-**4- h cotton w as bringing to St r ents
in the seed nmi from V to 13 *nt In the
lint, at Increase of nwr** than 100 |er
Th* Peabody High H hool o|en*l last
week with 23b pupils. Fully Ally more
will enter tills week This Is one of the
best high school* In thlstpart of the stat*
The *:ored folks annual ramp meeting
wid l*egln on tin- isth and 'Otttlnue for
ten lays Thi- congregation of colored
I * opb* comprise** n *out IOjw). ami they
. ome from nil parts of this state and
Georgia Arrangements ar* being made
with the electric light people to supply
plenty of light for the occasion and It
N thought that this will keep down much
trouble which usually o-burs out there
The Florida Agricultural College now
has one of th** be*t enrollments of s hd
r* It has ever enjoyed. During the past
>. nr a fin** dormitory for young ladles has
inii flnl*li**l The male attendance this
\**r I * miu-h l*etter and is tnrt* ad v a rued.
Th * * publl- s|*eak* rs for 8f Augustine
-firvkc In thi-* city lasi Wednesday and
they , >mplet* h knocked out every argu
ment presented by the Jacksonville ora
oi* <* aln men will st** nk lo re Wednes
da> and when these three titles divide tip
the uncertain element. Tallahassee, will
ome under th* wire an easy winner
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
THE MORNING NEWS: WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1000.
Brilliant Satirical Amusing
PUBLISHED SOLELY TO ENTERTAIN.
Two Editions Printed and Sold Last Month.
November Number (Out To-Day) Contains
The Cleverest and Strongest Features Yet Presented
I MF. HRRORS OF SOCIbTY.
By Rev. Braddin Hamilton.
Wh#rln th minnt N-wport dlvlr.a 4vancva Kin. v#ry Intsrsstin* vl*rs
of a most tntarcatlnc subjoct.
MT VANDEI.EFR, r*IRATE By H*>n
DON Jt'AN (Canto XVIIt By Rl.hard Hovsy
IN AN OPERA BOX By Mary Btowurt t'uMtna
SOCIETY IN HOME By Julian Gordon
THINGS A/.I HE AND AHGKNT By Michael Glffjrd White
A I.ANK IN I.ENOX By Kat# M.istcrson
Forty-Five Other Stories, Sketches, etc.
By the Brightest Writer* of th* Day.
ltf> PAGES OF READING MATTER 3S CENTS TER COPT.
SPECIAL OFFER FOB 1901 Subscriber* who now send tSOO (th* regular
annual subscription!, either direct or through* a newsdealer, will receive all
number* of Ihe Smart Set from now until January. 1901
A Word to Advertisers.
The peculiar and wtdeapread lnteret felt In The Smart Set Magazine has been
thoroughly demonstrated hoth by Its phenomenal and Increasing ale and by
the remarkable results which the maraslne has brought to Its advertisers
Advertisers desiring spare in the December Number should apply al once.,
All ahnuld be in by the 20th Inst.
THE 8M \RT BET. 11£ Broadway, New York
Matters of lltlrre,! to fihlpplng Mrn
There I* a good aixed walling fleet bound
for Havannah from Northern port* to load
return cargo of lumber, I'ntil Ihe end of
the hurricane #*eeon It wae difficult to
engage wall freight room from Southern
porta North, and aa u reeult order* have
accumulated, which It will keep export
er* bu*y filling for #ome titne to come.
Freight rate# are easier than they were a
month ago. due to the larger number of
veeacl* offering for luml>er carrying. Two
*ea*<Hi* ago the loaeee to ve**cl profterty
on account of the violent weather which
prevail# In Southern water* during (he
fall eu#on created a score which run*
rale* high above what *hip|wr* are will
ing to pay. and consequently bring* (he
movement of lumlter practically lo a
ulandetlll until Ihe worm aeason passe*.
Dack hand* are k*pt bu*y on (he Brit
ish bark Ltxxla Curry In their effort* to
keep her free from water. While It I* not
known w-liat amount of water else is mak
ing. aim the fact ,he pump* are kept go
ing constantly indicate* th*t the leak Is
a pretty bad one It I* thought'the own
er* will come to Savannah to look after
the vessel, since her commander la 111
nnd unable 4<> attend to business.
The Swedish lmrk Norrskenet. Capt.
! NordquML arrived yesterday from Boiier-
I -lam with S.ttkt barrel# of cement. Capt
Hylund ha* been on the Noordtcnct for
many year*, bul did nol bring her over
I*a*enger* by filean*lilp*.
Passenger* by steamship City of Au
gusta for New York yesterday: Ml**
Irene Clifton. Dr. Kensn Hall, M'*. 8 R
Jaque*. Mr* S P. Goodwin. Ml** May
Yon Camp. C. E Holme* J A Mlllsap,
i N D Whaley and wife. J S Waller. Mr*,
l.ixale Igiwrence, F. Davl*. Dr. F. Wahl.
Melvin le Molt. Howard lb- Mott. Mr*.
A. 99 liavla, Mi** Annie D. Wlnkier, (\
99 Tyler. Henry Noble. Mi** Perla Abra
l.ima' Ml*s May BlaMng. F. A Curll*.
Dr. Florence and |*!rty. 99'. It. Bristol, I
L. 99'ahbourne. W H. Allefi. T C. Hell,
J 11. ll..slant, L. A. Levy. T K Whit
lock. C. R. Owen*. Erne*t Blxler. B E.
Taylor. A C. Ackerman. Mr* N. A. Hall
way. J M Kennedy and wife. II D.
odom and wife. F. J. Abbott. Miry Stew
an, John Calhoun.
Passenger* by steamship Dorchester
sailing lo Baltimore yesterday: I>. F.
Herne. Mia* Annie Murdock. A M How
ley. H A. Hill. Mr*. Teaaedent, Mr*
Doatn, Newcomb Cohen. George McColll*.
Sun rlea al :01 a. m. and *• at 5.22
High water at Tvhee to-day at * 89 a.
m an I 9<M p. m High water at Savan
nah one hour later.
Phase* of the Moon for October.
D 11. M
Flrwt quai ter I 3 10 eve.
Full moon 8 7 1* mom.
Last quarter 13 3 51 morn.
New moon 23 7 27 mom
Flret quarter 31 3 17 morn.
AnitlY Al.fi AND DEPARTURES.
Vravrla Arrived Yeerday.
Steamship Nscoochee. Smith, New York
—Ocean Steamship Company.
Steamship Berkshire, Ryan. Philadel
phia J. J. t'arolan. Agent.
Steamship State of Texas. Kldridgr.
Baltimore. —J. J. Carolnn. Agent
Bark Marla Itaurelia tital). L.-tvacno.
Marseille* Slruchan k Cos.
Bark Norrskenet (Swish. Norqul#t. Hot-,
terdnm H Juchter.
Burk Alert (Norl Andersen. Appledore.
—Chr (1 Dahl * Cos.
S- hnoner Ch.-trle* l.nrlng. Burt. Tort
Royal. 11l tow. Master.
9e**el* Cleared Yesterday.
nark'ntlne Fredrfca (Brl. Churchill. St.
John. N. B.—John A Calhoun.
Veaarla Went to Sea.
Steamship City <4 Augusta. Daggett.
scain*hlp Dorchester. Jams#. Balti
Bark Latona (Nor). Carleaon, Goole.
Apalachicola, Fla.. Oct. 9 —Cleared,
schooner Willie H. Child. Sweelland. Bos
Fori Tump*. Fia. Oct. 9 Arrived,
steamer Olivette, Smith. Havana, via Key
K-v West. Fla " Msßfrtvtd. *lh.
sievmer Concho. Galveston, and all*d for
Oct, 9th. Maacotte. White. Tori Tampa,
ind sal ed for Havana
CharlsMon. Oet 9 Arr.ved. steamer*
Sidra (Bn. Atkinson. Boston; Barkara
tßr i Vatu', Phlladslphla; revenue cutter
Onondaga. Galveston; tug North Amer
ica. with tender. Galveston, hound Phil
Nw York. Oct. 9. billed, steamer Ori
on, Savannah. *
For | November
Cette. Oct. 7 —Arrived. Agu'ui Pen#a
St. Mlchuel*. Oct. 9 —Arrived, steamer
Ventmoor, Pensacola for Alexandria (for
Philadelphia. Oct 9—Arrived, steamer
Cleared. Mary B. Baird. Savannah; An
nie T R.'ilhy, Fernandlna
Baltimore. Oct. 9.-Arrlved. steamer
Stettin, Oct. 6.—Arrived, steamer Roe -
I*a* Palmas. Oct. 8-Balled, steamer
Notice to Mariners.
Pilot chart* *nd all hydrographic Infor
mation will be furnished master* of ves
sel* free of rharge Is United State* hy
drographic office In Custom House Cap
tains are requested to call at the office.
Reports of wre.-k* and derelict* received
for transmission to the Navy Depart
Washington. D ('., Oet. 7 —Notice I*
given by th* Lighthouse Board that on
or alwut Oct. 21 1900. light vessel No
' will he temporarily withdrawn from her
"lotion, about fourteen mile* BW by W
from A*!a Rip, Phelp* Bank. Nantucket
Shoal*, and ihe station will be marked by
relief light vessel No 8s Relief light ves
*c| No os will show u fixed wh'te reflector
light a* the lira I of each of her iwo mast*.
; and during ihlck or foggy weather wlli
round a 12-Inch *!.•.,m whistle with the
*am* characteristic* hh shat on llgnt vr
**•l No. tv,, viz. hls*t* of 5 aeconda* dur
ation. separated by silent Interval* of 28
second* Relief light vessel No 88 Is a
final* deck steam vessel. *- th a red hull,
having "Relief In large white letter* on
each side anil "58." also In while, on each
how. two masts, schooner rigged no pow
sprlt. two hi t* k smokestack# abreast, anti
the strum whi*tle between Ihe mat*. and
a ted circular Iron eggework day mark
at each masthead.
Notice is also given that on or ahout
Oct 20. l!o l'ght vessel No 42 will Iw re
paced on her station, to the southward of
Great Round shoal southeasterly en
trance to Xantui ket sound, anti relief
light vessel No. 38. tem|sYrarlly marking
the station will he withdrawn No
change has hen made In light vessel No.
42 as to characteristics of lights, fog sig
nal or general appearance.
Per British harkentlne Fredrica for St.
John. N. H., 2.138 pieces (346.084 feet) yel
low pine lumber. 31.946 39.-Cargo by John
• 'oaatxxlse Kiyttrla.
Per steamship City of Augusta for New
York—l,ll6 bales upland cotton. 34 hale*
aea island cotton. 790 barrel* cotton seed
oil. 776 bale* rome-tlc*. 238 barrel* ro*ln,
745 barrel* turpentine, 135.973 feet lumber.
73 bales old bagging 45 hales tobacco. 57
bundles hides, 2 turtle*. 396 boxes fruit. 81
■ a sea cigars, 24 tons p| K | ro „ 2jo.(x*t
shingle*. 3& batrcls rosin o'l. 61 barrels
pure tur. 9.033 staves, 439 packages mer
Per steamship Dorchester for Baltimore
—1.30* bale* upland colton, 1,927 barrels
ro-ln. 231.K.'<i feet lumber. 10 barrel* rosin
oil. 265 packages merchandise. 25 package*
domestic*. 20 bale* hide*
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Nov 3740373* 373*033 37>,574 37 1 ,
lb--. .. .350254 354 Slqi/JC, .144
(H No 2
Oct 2241224 2244224 21’*t122 23
Nov. 224*224 SS>n224 224*334 32',4i23'
Dm 22*. OK S', S',
Mess pork. |s-r laurel.—
Oc4. ..$.... 3 .... 1 3)6 no
Nov. .11 65 11 65 11 45 11 61 ,
Jan 11 85 II 85 11 75 II 771, |
Lard, per 100 pounds
Ort. . 725 735 725 715
Nov. . 735 7 30 7 30 7 37's
Jan .6 9'. 695 6 924 •,
Bhort ribs, per I>o pounds.—
Get. .. 8 10 8 lu 8 00 8 !0
Nov .... 7.80
Jot*. 6 334 6 324 6 374 6 27',
Cash quotations were as follows: Flour,
barelv steady; No 2 spring wheat No, 3.
7\it. No. 2 red. 7644*78c. No. 2 .-orn.
41fi41V: No. 2 yellow. 41' 4 ’Ml4c; No 2
oat* 22',iE4c. No. 2 white, 31'Klffiie;
No 3 while. a4t)35,c; No. 2 rye. 52c;
.fair to choice mailing. 80957 c; No. 1 flax
seed. II 60, No. t Nnr:hve*tern, II 60*1 61;
prime timothy seed. It 2iq*4 30: mess pork
per barrel. 115.004115 50; lard. per 100
I‘Oiintl*. 17 254i7.35; short ribs sides, (loosel,
M <to4iß 30; dry salted shoulders, (boxedi
64416 V; hort clear sides. tl<nxe<l|, fs en,
B,.Vt; whisky. bo*i* of high wlnea. $1.17;
clover, contract grade, 1it).25410.50
CO9I PROMISE EFFECTED.
Nnhlr'a fiult Igalnst Macon 9% aa fiet
4led 99 lib KIO.OOII.
Macon. Ort 9 —The llE.nno damage suit
filed by Steven N Noble against the city
five year# ago for delay# caused to com
plainant while laving Macon'a sanitary
*ewer. wa# settled to-night by a oompro
mtse agreement between Council and No
ble. The price agreed on was ISO.mo city
ponds will be sold to pay the amount.
DKBATHHe AT BMOR9 .
*eme spirited C oateita— Reaalta la
Emory College. fzfor<t Ga . Oct. 9
There was quite an iniereeting debate In
Phi Gamma .Roclety this morning, the
•uh)e< t for discussion helog ' Reaolved.
Thai She Porto Rican Ta* Bill Was K*
petMegir." The afßrmottve. under the lead
ership of Messrs Woodward of Tennes
see, and Elder and Red.ting of W aycros*.
advanced some strong arguments, but
forcthte were the point* of rebuttal
brought out by Messrs Evans of Tampe,
I,a*slt**r of Vienna and Cavanaugh of
Savannah, leader* for ihe negative, shat
the decdetosi ws* wtthou; resltailon given
to tbe negative by F’reekteni Anderson
After the debate |t w-is de uletl to ctiat
lerige Few So,-le,y. to on impr.anp'u de
bate. and the follow, ii* men eie.-ted to
represent Phi Gamma Howard E Ei
der of Wavcross Wade H 1 -teslter of
Vienna. Carl le>K|. of Aliaitla Alfre9 C.
Broom of Newman. Hugh A Woodward
of Win he-ter. Teon Charles E Red
ding of Waverot-e
Al the nest meeting of Few the chal
lenge will I*, delivered, ami detiater* to
represen* Few will be elected.
Few Society to-day electe.l the follow
ing officers: Pr**l*tnl. j N>ei> Ptscock
of Quitman, censor Hobt H Atkin* of
Atlanta, and chaplain. Etwln F Wright
of Rome A targe per cent of the new
students have united hemseive* with
these societies, and they have before
them rial seems to be a most prosper
The tennis tournament ! progressing
finely, and Is now the center of athte*lc
Interest at Emory. Il.im'wrger of Bruns
wick. won from Robert* of Ma
con. thi* afternoon. he arores
of the three set* tiring <-1. R-7. *-l. Tni*
complete* all of the preliminaries but one.
four of the "second*" played this *f arnoon
give the following result-c Hloutd sen
from O W Qullltan of Msdlsm. In two
set*. t>—2. ft—2. Tiinnbull of Montlcello.
Fla won from Turner of Cedsrtown. A--2.
S—4. MrCaln of Atlanta after thtee sets,
won out from Goodwin with the *.ote*.
7—&, I—4. 4—4 Guyton of Dublin hi at
Moore of Bolton after two eets. A-n. 6—l
This leave* only ooe *econd to be plave.l
end a* scon as this Is off the finals wtl
The tournament.ha* produced some ex
cellent tennl* ind th* finals will be watch
ed with great Interest Turnbull and Guy
ton now s.em to be ihe favorite* for ihe
DRMOCRAT* OF TUB EI.F.VEATH.
They Are I rural by Mrltongald to
Swell the Majority.
Waycroaa. Ga., Oct 9.—Chairman John
C. McDonald of the Executive Commit
tee of the Eleventh fongr***tonal District
say* he doe* not apprehend any trouble
In the district on necount of the Republi
can opposition to Hon. William O Brant
lev. Still he urge* aJI Democrat* In the
dlstrlot who are not already registered to
reglefer at once and be at the polls read
for bualnes* Nov. *. He urge* all Dem
ocrat* to help swell (he majority of the
Rev J M. Ol*nn Is attending the Ho
mervlll* Campmeatlng which ha* ben* In
session since Friday night Rev. E. M
Whiting presides This I* the second
•ami meeting In Mr. Whiting s district
A* a local freight on the Plant System
reai hed the alxty-two mile post last
night, between Jesup and Screven, a truck
under a phosphate car broke <lo*rn and
aeveral car* were derailed. The damage
would probably have been greater, but
the train wa* pulling In on the switch at
the time the truck broke.
Rev T M Christian ha* gone to Dive
ttak. Fla.. where he Joins In marriage to
day Mr. L, O. Council of Amerlcu* and
Ml** Florence Hildreth of Live Oak
The congregation of the Episcopal
Clmr. h are at work raising fund* to
build anew church. They expect to build
a brick edifice coating KOI! or I7.<* II
will occupy the lot upon which the old
Rt 99110 AT MOHRI* PARK.
Tiark 69 aa Heavy hat There Were
New York. Oct. —The track at Morris
Park to-day wa* a *ea of mud. but the
horse* ran fairly true to form, and three
of the finishes were of the stirring order,
head* only separating the first three
First Race—Six nnd a half furlongs. Ar
mor. 10 to 1, won. with West Haden. a to
! and even, second, and Draughtsman. 8
to 1. third. Time 1:24',.
Second Race—One mile. Sparrow Wing.
7 to 2. won. with Water (’lire, 5 to 2 and
1 to 5. set ond. and The Chamberlain. 8 to
1. third Time 1:18.
Third Race—Rancho del Paso slakes.
Eclipse course, six furlong*. Hilvrrdalr,
9 to 10. won. with Telamon 2 to 1 and 1 to
2. second anti Autollght. 15 lo 1. third
Fourth Race The Falrvlew one mile
and n sixteenth, selling. Greenock. 7 to
10. wroti. with Wooster Hoy. 13 lo 10 and
out, second. Time l:o0.
Fifth Race— Ore mile, selling Harry
McGoun. 10 lo 1. won wlih Mllistrenm. 5
to 3 and even, second, and Rcile of Or
leans. 2 to 1. third. Time I:MV
Sixth Race-one mile Raffaello. 310 t.
won. with Dtioro. 5 lo 2 anti 4 to 5. second,
anti Herbert, J to 1. thir l Time 1:1:;*,
Harr* at Lexington.
Lexinglon. Ky.. Oct. The w ath*r
wa* cool to-day, though a bright un*Mnc
added much to the comfort of the large
crowd In nilrnthancr The track wa* In
fairly good shape and the three races af
forded first daw* *|*>ri
3:10 i*t * purse. 11.00!. Ra my L. won
third, fourth and fifth heals and the race:
(lomtmy second, winning se ond heat;
Mark Derby, third liuna won first heat
Time. 2:13!*. 2:11. 2:12*,. 2:12. 2:12',.
2:14 Irol, purse. Il.tkO Red June won
fifth, sixth anti seventh heat* and the
taco: Arch M second, winning third and
fourth heats; Prince of India third, win
ning Jlrsl and se.-ond heat* Time, 2:144,
2 13V 2:15',. 3:149*. 2:136*. 2:W* 2:174
2:18 trot, purae tl.toi). Wnuhan won
fourth and fifth heats and the raee:
Stranger second, winning second and
(hint liest*: .11010 third, winning first hi at
Time. 2:134. 3:144. 3:15',. 2:154 2:lt>.
PC 99 ELI. 99 9* l> FOR 91.
fit. Lonls Proved Too Much for Pitts
burg by H lo 4.
St. Louts, Oct. 9—Jack Powell was In
fine form today, and Plltshurg never had
a chance. The loeals pounded Leever's
shoots to all part* of the enclosure. The
81 Louis ....1 3 0 0 2 0 1 2 X—B It 1
Plltshurg 1 0 0 o 0 0 1 0 2—4 * 3
Batteries—Powell and C'rlger; Leever
Weather Was Had.
Philadelphia <hi 9. —The two garni*
between Brooklyn and Philadelphia post
poned from yesterday, wete again po*t
poned to-day on account of unfavorable
Groan*!* 99 ere 9Vet.
New York, Ort 9 —Tbs Boston-New
York game* at New Ycrk todoy wer*
postponed on account of wet ground*
C'nekraa About Well.
Kansas City. Oct. 9 —W Rourke Cock
ran of New- York ha* partially recovered
Ihe use of his vo’s! organ#, and will re
turn* hi* •pecvhmaJucg tour to morrow
Nf.w Paris shapls
THIVAHI i (>W f ,.s: S~K'GC*r!T f'R.'N’U !-N 'hit Vljl
STYLfS 5;0 JJZ-4 40 44 t mgJ§M
fQP SAif AT ALbUAOIbQ ItCIAILtRS.
WALSH 6c MDY&ff.
1-4 Broughton, VA/e-st.
Thi# Is the season of the year when we lake great pleasure In showing . r |
PERCALES. OFTTNGS. FLANNBuS. Fl-ANNELETTES for HOI -E
GOWNS. SHORT SKIRTS. LONG SKIRTS
DRAPERIES ART SATINS DENIMS. TAPESTRIES. CI'RTAINING In
SWISSES LACE mid FIGI'RED MI'SLXS. LACE and NET PANEL- • T
KNOWN BY ALL NATIONS.
4^t Jfyu/i&jcur, YxzJf&rua'
Twice the price could buy no better.
LIPPMAN BROS.. Savannah Affcnts.
> From (hr moat celebrated ninnnfnctnrrra, both Art-proof and
burglar proof antra and .unit doora. '
'Ve carry an immrnar aloak of Fire-proof <afra. Oar atork rm
brarra a very rlrgaut llnr from 700 to 4.000 ponnda, Inrlnatvr.
alnglr and donblr doora, and a vlatt to nnr raiabllahmrat to In*
aprrt Ihcar elegant aafra will be a aourrr* of uint-h profit and In
atrurtlon to our frtrnda.
Thr prlrr rtlll br na 100 na any really Fire-proof fair ran hr
nmdr, and oar motto la linallty nnd Safety of thr Aral Import*
■rad or rail on na for further partlrulara. ratalogar and prlrra.
Wholesale Agents for Manufacturers
of Fire-Proof Safes.
Medical Association Mcl.
Asheville. N. •*.. Oci. 9—The Mississippi
Medk-al Association met In annual ■ onven
tlon here to-day. There Is a large at
tendance After the delegates hail been
welcomed on behalf of Asheville and ihe
medical profession.lhe president of ihe as
sociation. Dr. Harold N. Moyer of Chica
go, delivered hi* annual address.
II hintc* 9V 111 Preside.
Cape Tonn. (>< t. 9.—Cecil Rhode* will
re-enter politics to-morrow, when he wl.l
preside over Ihe deliberation* of Ihe Con
gress of ihe Bouih African league.
I I I.AI. SALE*.
BANKRUPT SAID OP ASSETS. 8A
YANNAH BOX AND BASKET WORKS
Under und by virtue of an order grant
ed by ihe Hon. A 11 MacDonell, Ref
eree In Bankruptcy, In the matter of \V
11. Bellinger. Bankrupt, the undersigned
will *• It. at puhlh auction, on the prem
ises located on the Louisville road. In Ihe
city of Savannah, Gu. on Monday, Ocl.
15, I9u>. ai 11 o'clock. (Savannah cliy
lime). In Ihe foremen, a lot of machinery,
tools and apparatus for thu manufacture
of Imyxis. crates, Imrn Is and basket*,
among which are: Titus 9 ener Machine;
Titus Adjustable Head H.iw; Baw
Table; Haws: Hand nn I Power Clip
pers; K. A It. Holircs Douh'e Surface
Planer; Cut-Off uml Hcaillng Haws. Al
llnglou A Cunl* Blower System. cm
plete; Hot Air Dry Kin. lulleys. Bliaft
in. Belling; Haki-i Form#; Barrel Lnlli#
and 11.-ops; Orange Box Heads: No 9.
Iron 99'lre; Ta.-ks, Nalls, etc., etc.
Private sailed lids for the whole or
any part of the a**ets will he received by
the umlcralgucd. up to October 10. at 10
o'clock, in the forenoon, which will lie
Oj~-ni'l by the Referee at hi* office. No.
4 Bryan s'reet. east, al said lime and
place. Right to reject any or all bids re
served. Term# of #a'e: Cash.
Properly may be Insp rted and full list
re-n. by applying to. JACOB GAZAN.
Trustte. 11 Provident Building. Savannah!
Meat End Street Car goes lo the Fac
GEORGIA CHATHAM COUNTY -
Notice i hereby given (hat 1 have made
application 10 the Court of Ordinary of
Chatham couniy for leave 40 sell all the
Sand* belonging 10 the .wuite of Georg-
H Stone, ileeeaeed (or the payment* of
debt* aad dietrlhutton. and thai said or
der will be granted at ih November term
ins), of *aid court, unlr,- objection* are
filed (hereto. CHARLES W B.9USSY
Oct. UW - Adminiatrator.
I Kt. \I. NOTICES.
NOTICE) TO DEBTORS AND CRED
(IKOROIA. <lt ATII AM CO! NTT -
Notice la hrrrhy given lo all perron* bav
tug demanda againai John Harrlaon lat*
of raid i utity, de-eaaed. to prerent them
to me. properly made out. within th
time pre rlbe.l by law. no at to *hn
their rhararter and amount; and all per-
Mina Indebted to aald dr reared are re
quired to make Immediate puttier! t>
m • ROBER H. TA T EM.
I.x i-utor, 7 Turk atrrrt. weat. Savtnnab,
Stvannah, Oa.. Sep- 4. 1901
I; 'ii':i v t<HjrrHAm ct
, hereaa Rehrera laidy ha apphe!
Cotirt of Ordinary for lettrrn of guudi* • j
•hip on the perrona and property ( Win
hie \ anil E.idv St. C. Aiulemon minor.
T hear ore, therefore, to rite ai*i ad
tnonlah all whom If may ront-ern to t-e ittl
aid” at la-fore a.tlil Court to mxk*- n l-ee
tlona Ilf any they have! on or hefor-- h
tlrat Monday In November. next. - -her
wlae aald lettera will
t " Itneaa. tin- Honorable Hau.plao '*
Prrrlll. Ordinary for Chatham -xur.tjr. ,
thla the ae.-ond 'lav of October ItxP
FRANK K. KEII.BA 'I
Clerk Ct. Ordinary. C
NOTICE TO DEBTORS AND < ItKlr-
OEoßfilA. CHATHAM <
Notlee |a hereby- given lo all per
nir dfmaniln ngatnM Mr*. Bits- 1
holm, late of jld county. decea- ’ I * f *
*ent them tome, prop-rly mad* >.’ x;fn *
In the time prescribed by It* 0 j
"how their char*.-ter and aroourp ‘ 1
l*-rt*onn Indebted to wild de. '
required to make Immediate
ne. WALTER F
Favannah. fa., Oct. .
"oi-TOBOIX CHATHAM < ’
\Vher*A- Wllll.int J QuantO'*k i
to rourl of Ordinary for h ttere >f '
It* l nulon on the estate of Mnry L# t ’ uJ
to k. dtrraaed
Threw are. therefore. to cite ■*
monleh all whom It may concern
and apjw lr befon raid court to vr *
jedlon (If any they have) on or
the tlmt Mondav In November nr* 1 * v
erwlae aald lt*er* will be granted
Wit near the Hon. Hnmpton L *
ordinary for Chatham oounty. *
ninth day of October IW*. , u
FRANK E KEILBA' •
Clerk Ct. Ordinary <
IF TOU WANT GOOD MAl i;. FUA ..4
and work, oroer your lltnr mpf>w-J
printed glutlonerr and blank book*
Morning Nw, Savannah. Ofi.