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Sp*cUl Not! * r—Curr l of Gravel hy Su- |
wsniH Sprtj .. \\.nr. Htu • and tounty
Taxs !•■•. Slip N.t|r*. J. y Minis A
Cos.. onalgn* •; K* moval. Jmeph M.
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ter. A. M A r. \\ West, To the Public.
Pho< !*• V^rn.t'lof. Ship Nolle? Sta iai.
A- Cos., consume*
LuMn<>' Noths 1* \ \V. Liu miry.
Always 1/ idlnk At lattt I more*,
lianon e Shoes—Dyck Hro.
Riscuil Fn##*!# Biscuit
At Unfit* IJndfUty A Morgan, 11.’
litoughton srr**t. *vrt.
A rouse moot*—" A (i*>rsl,t Cracker.’* at
Mi tin** uni "Two Orphan*’ at Theater !
Lcjral N oilers—Otatton# form the Four? !
of Ordinary. Application for an order to
tell land at Wa -aw. Ga
The Ibi’dlo I>w*k for It—Leopold A*flr
Mdi<ai Munyon# Inhaler; Hood# l*tll:
H'aatorti: Ayer*# Fill#; I>r. Hathaway
Cheap Column Advert laemrnta —Help
’Wanted. Employment Wanted, For Rent;
For Sale, tarsi; Personal. Miscellaneous.
Tht* imli ailon* for (B-orgtn to-day nr*'
for rain, with bri**k northeantrrly winds.
l>oftlhiv becoming high on the **o*Mt. inj
for K.irtmi Fk>rl<h. rain, with brittle
northra-aerly wind*. po**4bly beaming
lilgh on wrl •
**Cangre*t in only a c*h r**gl*lr to
lhiu|t< the revenue?- ntl expenditure* of
the owintry," -ay** former A**l*t*nt H** -
rotary of tin* Navy William M Akx. Ail
there art many pnguxed in devle
lug Rchriivt* to "hold out" on It
Hir Thorn a Upton can have another
try for the America's cup. and another
after that, and then another. If he want*
It. In fa t Iho American CMirt*tn-n will
!*.■ glad to give the genial Hlr Thomas i*
many oi*|M>rtunltk as he desire*, but not
It U aaid that Comfrce-man Bmitclic of
Alalne ha so l*r recovered that he is
Dow able to nave the sanitarium where
he ha* been under treatment. a*vl will
do eo within short lime. Perhaps ihe
Mertk>n. that tun constituent* had re
elected i man of tinaotind mii.d were a
The failure to get ex-President It* nja*
turn Harrlaoii on the ittump for th Re
|>ublicant> Is not meanlngleM The ex-
PrwMknt will be *u*p** ted of being fur
ther away from hi* party on some of the
1.-sue* ttutn he was wiling to admit in
•tin Interview, and. no doubt, if tlie truth
wer* known, there Is good foundation for
Such auaph lons.
New* York City has an alderman who
xtill not appeal to gold enthualaai s. Th
nlderni'tt were voting on a golf tiougr for
u certain park "A joss house? Hay. am
2 here to vot. for ajo 4Ru • I gut s*
• o’, 1 vote no.” waa the explanation of
rttdcrman Bridge* when Ida natn was
• ailed Th* akkrman Is evidently some
}eur behind modern civilisation.
IxMidoner* have not such a had opinion
tof old Oom Paul Kruger after all A silk
fiat box once owned by the ex-President of
the Transvaal was sold at auction the
• >ther day In that city, and brought sl.v.
*\ pip*- which he upetl at one time brought
ttver |42 If Oom Paul Is hard up for r* a*!>
t oati he might run over to London and
gtut bis old lot be.- on the market.
It hi sasl that after He. ret ary l.ong*
h,-i inference with th* Bethlehem and
■ 'arnegb- at eel riles, it was be-
Ilaved there would be no neiV**lty of build
ing a government armor-plat** plant
•j hat. however, will he mor* definitely de
termined after th*- election. If McKinley
win* the trust will gat the contract, and
It will conic pretty near dictating the
Q i ■ |
According to report* the V inderbilts mav
soon becom* flu owner* ol the Hogcr*
Lwvntouvs Works, at Patarabn N. J.
Hu< h a deul would be wH-om* new? to
Ui* ?kilk *1 waikman there, many of
witorn contempl.ited twlng thrown out of
work by th permanent ' losing down of
that estabH*hment. The Vanderbilt*
would hnd no dlftb ulty In making good
The iioMtofll. dspartment seem* to
have put ar embargo on rmirriiigp. A wo
man ho.ding a |**ll or i In the pm* I office
at lndaiaj*iin, wo* di*charg-.i l>ecau*e
aba had got married, and rh* Invtruotlon*
In th* <a an were weni direct from Wash-
Infion According to ini* women In the
pottoffh'*] detriment wiiu con template
mrra will have to hand In their res
ignation* on their wedding day.
t tItPETHiO tmi:itY\l \T.
One <*# the many strong point* ma<b
by i*iOov. Al*g Id In hla pe*.'h before
I tfie Ya.e Ihuno'f allr Club, wan it.at
| hi/ .u t < ariretbag government Thl*
m int should ipp al epr< tally to the peo
ple nr tli' Southern states b< m* they
know from sad #xi* rlcn* # w'.at *uvrn
meal of thiit kind b, They %%*-nt th*oigh
#v#rl y**ar# of i fo'l.wn . fh* ron
tho ion of the wo betw**n ih* state*;
an*l they ought to be f!• last persons It
the w. rl i* on*, nt i t l* Ing t irtb s *o
the Ir.flb-lion *.f it upon other |w* j. Tt•
Haxith #tas n*( fully • o\r* I from
the • vll efR, ta *? th* ( arpetluig gov* rn
m*nt, Infli' t*d u|>on hr by * I through
the it* pub !at party nl Mi > h e
in town ofT with gr- it mtth ulty nearly a
quarter of n * * nttir> ago.
But, It I not n- * r> to ro la k to
the r* .salrti II i p u.*l in Hie *S* ith for
tin ni'i-fctr.ttt>sh • ' 1 ri**t! g c*o * ri.tn* nt
Htitl what i to . •kp e l **f tt *t *
i * *.| only to )<>ok to Cuba nml not* the
of-rat*o of to* !►* tofTl* KJtig h* ad* 1
l\ Cbarlen I* \N N* • v. of lialt.ir a. W o
with highly r* otnim-tHlt 1 I*. A < taut
Poatmaster *• rirr.il Heath to Id rector of
Cuban p.t“ E t; Hitliintie i- o fine
ion fide nt iai irwitt. an I on- (hot h* wou.d
warm up to Niely's flrpl a* t k>
Cuba were dir* t*d toward living plana to
purloin government fund*', to h jrt g*\-
* rnmei t• utr > f?*?. nn<) to grab frat • hi#* *
and lauds ll* went to 1*- islaml i poor
man Within • f w months he hud a
lomfrrt ilii- i ■.* u and w .*promoting.
.! numb* r •! bind unci other e hrm**n
)h tiding largely uv*on government In\or ,
And th* r w i t of other carpet-bag
i.ffl* * ‘d i. *. who were .um.i withj
N*eiv in his crooked ransactlona. Ali
of which goes to show that th# character
of the carpetbagger haa not improved
during the past twenty-fly* ye ire Ha
was "on th* moke" then, he !• "on the
m *k. now and i* not over m rupuloun
about his mean- u> the end
It i.- difficult m tiler to -. cure honed
uiid economical government In our own
etatf m*l munb Ipal corporations. Statc>
an*! cities ar* continually crying out
ugtinst corruption. Jobbery. loo!lcl-m.
ho^slatm and dmilcr evil*. Tne case >4
Ohio, F*ennsy Ivanki. New York and llll
nol*. nd of Cincinnati. Philadelphia. New
York and Chi ago, may be meiHoned iu
illustration. I- it reaaonable to Mippoae
that the polltl lane who are giving ro
much trouble In the stales and cities men
tioned would be purlfle*! and rt generated
ty acndlng them t< our po* *- * to
give the native* a good government?
Would they be mo*'*' honorable and les#
voracious, several thouan*l miles removed
from the fx>w* to which they were r -
s|*onsible. than under the eye of that
power - * Ba-(io v Alt geld says; A con
ttnuutlon of this regime can only have
one result It must bring shame and dis
honor upon our people The |jw of gravi
tation has never yet admitted of on ex
i epticHt. and th** hi> tory of all attempt In
thl> world t govern for* in eountrle- hy
* nrpf tnagg‘rs from the dominant t<U',
♦ verywher# tells th* “om story
HTOI.K TIIK WHOI.E
It is the thief on the inside that I**
more to b dread*.! by the bank lhau th#
thief on the outrdde Very rarely no#*
ttd.iN.s titles occur that a burglnr su -
c'*sla In breaking into u bank ami secur
ing any of if* funds But It I.** not at
nil uncommon that a trusted employe of
the nank sticcsiclf in muking way with
the concern's money; iml oftener than
not he amount stolen is much mot*- than
the iita>?t laring. ent*rprislng and sjn
guln* burg lur would have hoped or
dreamed of securing. •
A case in i*olnt is the Hchrelber r*ib
t*er> of the Flu ihethport (N. J > Bunk
ing Company, the story of which has
been running for three or four dava in
the news i ohitnn In this case young
He h ret her. u ITT. u -month clerk, succaedcsl
In atealrng an am*Mini ecpial not only to
th** bank'# capital stock but Its surplus
tiesldes. It may therefqge la- said, fig
uratively. that be stole the whole bank,
right under the eyes of tho*e who were
required by the ktw lo k**ep watch
upon him And it may Is* eurmlsed that
h* tvouUl have stolen officials, dire. tort,
exanittiera, etc., too. |f they could have
The law Is designed to throw ample
safeguard-* around (tanking Institutions
It not only provides for the liability of
officer* and director*, isit requires that
oftb UI examiners studl from time to time,
Insjiect th** bo>ks f such Institutions
and certify to their condition. It ap
pears that as a mutter of fact. State
Rank Examiner Htainsby made an Inves
tigation of th* Eluubethport banks af
fairs a few months ago. found everything
satisfactory and complimented the offi
cials upon the excellent showing. Never
theless t that very moment fVhreiber
had already stolen pretty nearly os much
as the bank'* capital stock!
S hrelber s method* were shrew*! lai!
Simple. lie had charge of Ihe deposit
sli|w On tailing them off for entry into
orw* le*fger h** would call off lesser
amount than wuj* on th* slip. If n slip
rend 92,100 he woukl read 1100 anti |t would
*♦ so entered. He always deducted even
■uinis a* that he could easily remember
them The umount deducted he filched
from the vaults or from th** teller's
drawers to which he had access, Hj this
! s\sfem the general ledger and the cash
' on hand always tallied, hut th** depositors’
ledger's totals, of course, differed Thai
is the way he fooled the bunk people; but
| it docs not seem that he ought to have
been i!e to follow (his system motifn
■ after month without being detected. \i
la proper r>*tm of clic ks and counter*
h*- k w* r* employed Ills mctltod of
1 pulling the w’ool over the eyre of iha ex
aminer wa- -unnar. When the examiner
• am* h* counted the cash in the morning
i and took the ?*• mritles to New York 'n
■hr ufteinoon to have litem proved. The
next clay he returned and went over the
nooks In the nuantim* S-hrrlber had
••rasod (he .-••par.ite ac '*>unts of de|>ositors
o fit the deductions he ha*l mud* pre
viously ami this mad** the total tallv
with the cash on band. After th* lank
examiner hw*l iron* he changed the figures
ugaln Hud having escam-*! th* examiner
was Hguln wufe from detection by in#
The Kdz iis-th|*ort bank ha** not le.*n
rulnwl. Its stockholders an* rich m**n
and have put their hands into their pock
ets and mad** good the shortage Rut.
had they' not been rich men. the bank
1 woukl hav* gone to pier##, and the losrcs
woukl have fallen upon the d**p*wdt ar. all
•si •ortunt of the InefTb lene> of tue man*
ugc-URUt and th# exammatxuia.
THE MORNING NEWS: FRIDAY; OCTOBER 12. 1000.
THE %**At I TS HOOKKVBiT.
A'* or'ling to the pre- reports. Oov
lU>*>ee\e|t. has l*een assault#*! three time*
within tl.e |Mt few ‘lax The Si
tu k upon him s* at \ l tor. Col., where
).. received a slight blow With u Stick
IT* second was Itl tTilcsgo wrhere a mm
-Ik*t of el reel un titni th* W tt few
#*nl a great nur.y #pl*hets at hif. The
i uird n* repr>rtsl 1* yesterday s dls*
pit hes was at Fort Wayne. Iml where
shower of -tones w • thrown, on** *f
which struck the on the shoulder.
Happily, lie eu*d no bodily harm on
*it her occasion, thcsigb hi** met;tsl dls- •
tre-- MUim to have Uhi i die.
An • ITort Is of • -ours*. l• ng made by
t ) Rcpu di an price* to fasten th* re-
Sjsa rlbi.ilv for tb* a’ < k upon th# j
•K’rati** party. The rhlladelpllla PrrW.
for in star—, ha * io compunction m as- j
• rtlng that th* V ■’nr an I Dd *g< a*
4k' wen* f>*H only Inspired, but delib
erately piann* 1 l*> Democrat l *.i*rs.
.iiul i? Will, of • ours* <*\ the same wbh
i* p* * t to the Fort WsyiH InekJwnt. Tv ru
*lo r*vt pp**a how* ver. one scintilla ■
of evidence th.it iir.v court would admit
Cowing that the affairs were either !n
---iir*d *r plant or that Itetnocrallc (
leaders had anything to k with Until i
T D* no* ratk i rt> at Victor has #in-
Phatically and noutu ed th* attack and de- |
rind th** that It had any conns - 1
Hon with it. Tin Chicago American de
(litre* th* repot! of the Chi* ago attack
wis " i fak* i lie out of the whole loh,' *
ntui names Perry H Heath aa the author |
Th use *4 violence against a candidate
* anno? be defended upon any ground# ,
As Mr Bryan said th* other day. tha !
people car not hear sides unless each
. andldate Is fvermltted to expound his
\!**w. aixl he cannot do that If he Is
There have be* n charges that the *t
ta* ks on Roosevelt were of Republican
origin, for the purpose of winning sym
pathy, a?* well ax charge* that they were
of Democratic origin. The truth prob
ably Is that they w* re not planned and
. arrted out by cither party, but wer the
work of a reckless, hoodlum. Ignorant
cl ment, for which neither party, as an
organization should be he|*l res|onslhle
rt ait THE H U K TRACK.
The pkm to <vnrtruct race course
and arrange for periodical race meetings
In (Savannah should not be permitted to
iNcome th** victim of a luck of energy.
Hince th** meeting was held some months
ago. at which a committee was apiolnt
■*!. the matter pper* to have been for
gotten until it lw now too (at© to accom
plish anything for the approaching win
ter scstson. It Is by no means too early,
however, to tuke hold of the work In or
der to get track ami stable# ready for the
s* 11*4*1 next folk*# Inc. for there, are.
many preliminaries to be ar
ranged before the actual work can im
The tmi>ortance of such a move to Ba
vunnuh Is emphasisad by th** fact that
prominent horsemen all over the coun
try are turning more and more (o the
South, not only for points where they ran
advantageously winter their stock, but
where they can idto secure work for that
l*ortton of their stock which they desire
to k*** p in condition, at the same time
affording them a oontftiuanca of their
favorite **|>ort. Atlanta rms Just ar
rangeil for such a race meeting independ
* nt of that given hy the fair management
(her** Several hundred well-known run
ning horse-* will be carried then* for fif
teen day* of racing, and they will prove
the magnet that will attract hundreds
Of people, and people With money, who
•re HUereated In such spurts and whoxe
advent will ho of financial value (o the
city. Among Ihe noted homcmen. who
will send their stork to Southern imints
for the’ winter Is William C. Whitney,
who hns selected Aiken. 8 C., for this
purpnvM* With th** horse* com** (heir
many keepers, und where the horses are
quartered there will t** the home for a
rtwson of the prominent men who are In
ter##tad in fh stork Why I'Oiikl not Sa
vannah have furnished the winter quat
tem for Mr. Whitney s horses, and for
those of other note*! horgr fam ters as
well? The only obstacle, we iMtltsve, is
the la *k of proper quarters for keeping
and mrlng for such slock.
UP several occasions, to n ent year#,
prominent turfmen of the North hove vis
ited Savannah with u view to seeing what
i (xMild is* done here In the matter >f se
curing facilities for winter racing meets
They have ail expressed themselves ms
pleased with the city, and the facilities
fhnt might be afforded, but their ardor
seemed to have been somewhat dampened
hy h lack of enthusiasm. Now that the
mutter has been takem up by Bavannah
business men there |* no reason why the
proper enih*i#!a*m and energy should not
he put Into it to make the project a sue
•e-** Every teualn### man in rinvannth
i in?eresti**l in t It has estimated
that • well built and properly equipped
i ra e cotirs# would m*in something like
* million dollars annually io thin city.
Now. this million I- being spent nt othr
j pomts in till# section of the Hcuith. New
| Orleans met chants take jn m**re than a
i million annually in that sect km ns the
result of the r ing mid (he wintering of
, valuable liorses there. There |s no rea
son why Havnnnah should not do the same
Mil* Helen Gould has grain demon
strated the fact that she Is a young wo
man of very positive and decided charac
ter. A fence wo* erected arrow a highway
at Tarry town, th# extension of which
runs through her property. The party who
put up the fence claimed the highway was
fils property, though it had been used by
the public for years, and he laughed at
the town officials when they told him to
remove It. Mis# Gould told her foramau
to take a for*e of men and tear th#
fence away, and he stood by and saw
th# work done Tne street had been us#d
by the p*ople for thirty-two years, and
Miss Gould wras determined lo set that
they were not to be deprived of it.
The results if vicloiisneas sre being em
phaels* I in certain sections of Greater
New York Father Htrxelrekl of 8t
Htunlslaus’ liomati Cat hollo Church at
dtantnn mid For#vth streets, has
determined to move his church
to another tieighliorhood Ills par
ishioners have been compelled io
put up with the conduct of a
*n*st vicious clasn until they cn bear It
no long* r. their app**!* l to the authorities
having availed nothing The only remedy
is the removal of the church to healthier
quarters, the authorities having nsgisci*
cd to clcausv Us surroundings.
Little good w.ll result from th** increase
In the number of Judges on Georgia s Hu
preme <*ourt berKh made #%*rsi years
ago. .f the huslnes# lx to l*e multiplied to
u**h an extent that each Judge will have
as much or mor* to do than before the
Increase wo mad*' The increase of the
num - r of cbv courts to th* s ate. how- ,
ever, promises to have thl- effect, and It
Is xp*’rd Gov Handler will cad the
legislature's attention to the matter The
city ■ stair# lim • Its advantage* and there
wre many rommunltl* x wh**re It Is a ue
c*salty, but If every little town In the
state is to have one. It will soon be neces*
-ar*. to again double the number of
Judges on th# sui*rem** bench.
Th** vau* of t.*u Florida orange crop
this vear promise# to ap(*roach In value
th* crop *<f * OOO.uti# Is****# which the state
had prior to the big fr**x. Then they
s**ld at Su cents ; Ikx load* I on the ar.x, !
but this year, with a crop of 1.000.990 i
boxes Which ie conakier*'*! a fair estimate
the nverag*- |irt< -Is U a box The major-
It of th* crop will *ome from Manatrv. ,
De Soto. Illlbvhoro. Folk. Is and T*ad
* dun ties. The groves are in a splendid
condition und within about two w**ki the
lu- lous yellow fruit will b# moving io
m-irket In li directions
Flans arc being mad?- for tha largest
gathering of cotton grow* rs ev* r held In
the South to tak* | * • In Macon on
Tuesday, N**\. 10 President Harvle Jor
dan of the Georgia Fotton Growers’ Fro
tecflv# .\*-'o**laUon has Issued the call
for an Interstate convention of cotton
growers and business men generally, with
the object in view of furthering the plans
of the Cotton Grower- Association Kvery
• ounty in this and other states is being
urged to ?-cn*l as many delegates as possi
ble and a great gathering Is expect*d
A decision has been rendered in the New
York Supreme Court the effect of which
Is that suicide |s no bar to the collection
by the beneficiary of a life Insurance |l
- even though th* policy prohibits It
within a certain i*erlo*l. Many of the large
companies and Insurance orders art* now
leaving the suicide clause out of their
contracts altogether, but there af*' hHU
some that will be hfleeted, should ihu> de
c iMon hold generally.
PKKUOX % L.
—King Victor. Emmanuel has purchased
the spot at Morza where his father wax
so cruelly murdered, and the deed of
sal# has juei been * omplet**d Th* docu
ment explains the reason of the purchase
by the King. twmeß. his desire to a
- the ground for the purpose of erect
mg thereon a monument to hl.x father.
—Th* iaxt surviving member of th** fam
ily of Rossini, the Illustrious conquer of
••William Tell" and other equally popular
opera-, and who was Invested with the
title of count by the last Grand Duke of
Tuscany, has just committed suicide at
Milan There seems to have been . spe
cie# of suicidal mania in th** Rossini fam
ily. for the elderly lady who hurled her
self to death from a fourth fi>or window
the other day al Milan was the ninth
member of the family to put an end to
existence by self-destruction.
—Walter C. Jones. Galveston’s hurricane
Mayor. Is a candidate for Fongress. He
was bom in Colorado county. Texas. In
]%49 His father was a famous Jurist and
was Supreme Court Justice 1n the days
cf the Republic of Texas On Hept.
the Republicans of the Tenth f’ongren#-
lonal district nominated Mayor Jones to
succeed R R Hawley, who has twice rep
resented this district In Congress Mayor
Jones Is unmarried Ilf thinks that hav
ing survived the recent windy weather at
Galveston h* could stand a little blow
or so it) the House of Representatives.
—Good Reasons.—" Why ore you so fond
■ • i# QctfaoU taiM a.
"Because." answered Mr. Htormtngton
I (anus*, "he Is the great, the |eer!e!s
poet, the mn who spoke alike to peasant
*nd philosopher ami moved the world to
higher emotions Beside#, you don't have
to pay Hhikespere any royalties for the
use of his plays.”—Washington Biar.
—"Their engagement is broken, 1 under
"What wim the reason?”
"Why. both were satisfied that they
could five on “bread and cheese mid
kisses.’ but when they got Sown to de
tails they discovered that **a<*h of th*m
contemplated supplying nothing but the
kisses "—Chicago Post.
—Fearing the Worst.—Sammv (who i
never allowed to stay out of school)—
"Ibnvdlo Hurl bn? didn't * am*- to school
*ll day ” Mamma- "Why not?" ftum
rny—" *Caue hi# mother d|ed. When
you di* may I #tav home ill day?” Mam
ma "Yes, darling; you may stay out
M whole week ” Sammy (suspiciously)—
"Oh. I know, you m*an to die In v#<a-
Cl HR BAT (’OtRIOT.
The Charlevton New# and Courier s*ya
of Atlanta’s new Ma>*or "It is inn early
v*M. of course, to predict wh.it sort of a
mayor MaJ Mims will make, hut ui bast
he cannot make as poor a mayor as hix
predtccftsor. *nd if his election will
change the piditica! methods of Atlanta,
all the people of the Houth will rejol *•
in h success The many ornplimcnt irv
thingn now being said about him by ih-
Atlanta newspaper# show that after all a
real gentleman can be. appreciated even
In Atlanta. ’
The PhlliHb Iphla Record (Demi, nays
Mr Quq has made anew and Interest
ing Issue In his campaign for Cnbcd
Htrttes Senator He says ihat if h shall
he electe*! the town of New Castle, Law
rence county, shall surely have a public
building There ti* no doubt that he would
he willing Just now to promise anew pub.
lie building to county, town and vil
lage in the commonwealth in return for
The M i on Telegraph says: "It all
cornea back to the proposition laid down
in these columns several days ago; If tt
was a root! Investment to plant wheat
while c<*tton was down. In order to h* p
brace the price up. It Is a better Invest
ment to plant wheat while col or U up in
order to k***p H up. Thlx Is the mjlu
question. Lei ua keep It before both eye*
Th** Chicago Daily New# (Ind.). says.
"Andrew Carnegie has written another
book giving rich mn some more
pointers about how not to d*e
rich and disgraced but |*oor und
honored. While Andrew Is doing fair
ly well himself on the giving line he
**>mx to U even more lihetal with hi.x ad
vice than with ht dollars.”
The Nashville American thinks Ameri-
I can |H>lltleal method# are cncnr aratively
respectable It aa>s: "The (timfialgn In
this country Is rather reste 'table c m
;>aied to vhat Old LnaUnd is china \
Liberal (taiper calls th# t*nlonßi a cr w
of drunken filibuster#.' while a Conserva
tive journal describe# ihe Liberals as
t -hort-sighted criminal#.' "
A young woman who s.ngs In a church
choir m thl# city was in one of the depart
ment store- on Friday say* (he New York
Hun. when the detective employed
there stopped b#s?de her an !, pointing to
a woman with a long cape and a beg at ,
an adjoining counter, said:
Just watch tha* woman work.”
The singer saw th* woman take two ar- •
tides from the counter when the shop girl
was not looking and drop them Into her
Why #h* is stealing " she said
"Yes." Maid the detective, "and if you
will follow her to th** f;exr counter with '
me you will s**e her tike more *hing-
The singer was Interest*d and she walk
ed along with the deter tl\- Two tn*r* ir
tides were dropped In the bag and then j
the detective arrested th* hoplifu-i Sh !
mad* tha usual seen* and protested her
innocence The rßt* nve arked th* singer !
If she would step hack ?o the ofti- e with
him and corroborate h! < barges and h*‘ •
went, unsuspicious of further trouble.
Ther* was to loub' as to th*- shoplifter's
guilt She came of a respect a bl> family 1
and she convinced she singer that si - took
th*- article# not becaus* *h< n**-ded them
or the money that they would bring but
because she hid the shoplifting habit. ,
When these fun* wer* 1 sett lad th* d#t#C
and told her that -he mus* h In the Full *
Court at k o’clock on the following morn
ing as m witness. It was the singer's
turn to make a scene Hhe pretexted
agomst laing dragged into h jioH*'* l
court and said (hat such notoriety woukl
seriously injure her In her work The de- !
tectlve Insl.x’ed. and had the charge I
against the shofilifter not been withdrawn J
before the ca#e reache*! the court the sing
er would have been one of the wltnex-**** ;
Bh* denounced the detective and the store
which employed him for Imposing on Its
(Nitrons In that fashion, and she Is going
to make It her business hereafter to keep
out of the way of at ore lete, tlves Had
the sing* r been forced to go to court her
punishm* nt In th* comaqu* nt notoriety
would have h*en almost a.- hard a# that
Inflicted on the shoplifter
lluufcr McGuire anil the M*rrp.
Dr Hunter Holmes M Gulre. dead at j
the age of? 6, was tnadh#) dire* tor of the
army of the Bhenandoah Valley and of i
the He. *>nd irmy corps during the civil
war. and being on Stonewall Jackson # j
staff was dox*r to that brave soldier man
any oih*r ttin in the army, says the
New York Frees One in* I*lent <•( hb
career le imusing, lie w. anxlou* to
set Info Richmond, *?vl th** N*nh rn
troops were anxlou# to keep dim otn j
* *ne night lie cam# up# n bo*ly of Fon- |
federate cavalry n route mul In rout
The Yankees had just s*nt it fi>lng foi j
shelter behind stone fences. "Wh.it ;
. heep ure theseMcGuire cried giving 1
the order to halt an*) re-form The cavil- |
i * men answered. "Baah. baah. baah!"
from ther hiding places Thereafter
tnrougfiout the conflict whenever any of
that command cam* within sight and
sound of McGuire the welkin tv a.- made
to ring with Ftaah. baah. baah!” th*
i Doctor delivered a spec- h before the Con
federate Veteran Gamp Hi IMS Cite * v-
I eral yearw igo. n*l ns he left the had a
•attered nieml*er whtapered in his ear.
Baah. t#ah baah* Doctor, how about
those sheep before Richmond?'*
Too Hnrrr n Test.
An eccentric clergyman in Fornwall
was much annoved bv the habit which
some members of his congregation had of
J looking round to see late corners, says th*
Youth’s Companion. After enduring It
for some t!m* he ►aid. on entering the
reading de*k ore day:
"Brethren. 1 regret to see that your at
tentlon is called away from your religious
duties by your natural desire to >ee who
comes In behind you. I propo>c hence
forth to save you the trouble by naming
each per sot# who nme# In late •*
He then began: "Dearly beloved." but
imused half way to Interpolate, "Mr 8 ,
with his wife land daughter
Mr 8. looked greatly surprised, but the
minister, with perfect gravity, resumed
Presently h * again paused: "Mr. F and
\v i 11m D.’*
The abashed congr % gatlon kept their
eves fixed on their l>ooks. The sendee pro
ceeded In th** puwM orderly manner, the
i air son Interrupting himself every now
and then to announce late r.nn*r
At last he said still with Ihe same perfect
"Mrs 8 . ill u new bonnet."
In a moment every feminine head in the
eongregatlon was turned.
ttuakln on the lllcyrlc.
John Rusk in the great English art
critic, who died u short time ago. was
one# Interviewed by a representative of
a New York | taper as to th* h*utles and
lenefits of bicycling, says the Tammany
Times. The reporter got such a frecxlng
reception that h*- only staid a few min
utes. A few days later he received a let
ter from Ru*kln as follows "Bnm tlm*
since I put myself on record a* an antag
onist of the devil's own toy. the bicycle
1 want to relterat** with all the emphasb
of strong language, that 1 *oml-mn ail
manner of bl-trl*. anl 4-. ft-, or 7- cy
cles Any lontrivanc** of Invention In
ten*kd to supersede the use of human
feet on God's own ground is damnable
Walking, running, leaping and dan lng
are bgltimate an*l natural Joy** of the
horiv. and every attempt to stride on
stilts, dungk on roi*es. or wriggie on
wheels Is an affront to Ihe Almighty You
can’t Improve on God’s appointed way of
walking by substituting an improved cart
Filed In a **l.lahl#” Ault.
Attorneys have lots of quiet fun over
1 some of the legal document* which find
j their wav Into court, says the Kans*s
l Fltv Biar A 8’ Joheph lawyer has h
j following gem which wax flkxj In a neigh
'.‘-.rc ■ n'ini * •*■* o( v *, \* - . *
t' :m i l *v ' f
! ing duley sworn on oath depothej* and say*
- That! One John Rlake *lld on or about
the 4ih la> of February A. D IR*> 11*1
then and (heir In the Founty and Hist*
Foresead did Wilfully Muilsously an*l Un
lawfully rcfaln and llalw xea*l affiant E
L. Hmlth in that read *ffint hal stolen
i Oats from the v*a*l John Blake—on or
about the Ith day of Jnuary A D l*b*
Contrary to Statutes In Like case# Made
From the Home Magazine.
Look, sweetheart, the sun I# sinking.
sinking In tie distant west;
Pee his last red gleam- of glory gtii the
rugged mountains* crest
Hark, the cows are wending homeward.
hear the* tinkle of their bells.
Wafted on the breez* laden with tin
fragrance from the delis.
Listen, from across the m adow, where
the hare and woodchuck hid#,
l- loais the merry milk-maid s welcome to
the hour of event file
In the Ingle-nook the cricket chirps hb
cheerful evening lay.
And th- locust sing** an anthem to th*
dead, departed day,
Bee. sweetheart, the shade# of evening
now are being closely drawn
And Ihe shadows of the twilight fast ob
scure the fading dawn
By the twinkling stars the curtains of the
tiigrit are pinned aside.
For the world, sweetheart. Is nestling In
th* srfns of eventide
Come, sweetheart, and sit heid- me; let
tne liobl your hands in mine.
Come, sweetheart, and let the lovedigh? i
of your presence round me shine;
For ! *c the twilight’s shadows falling I
love, across our way;
i We ha\e reached, at last, the peaceful,
gloaming hour of life’s bright dav
Wo have passed the morn uni noontld*
w hive left behind the strife.
We have Journeyed lov# together to the
eventide of Ilf#
—Law rXKc Fore her ilaxl, j
fft^k CURES ’
f Colds, Coughs.
Mk chitis. Asthma
11,1 l)isel,St ' ,
P fVfol the Throat and
nf Mrainiml v.pt.r ,r- lnhti-4
tfcr cull th.- mouth nod rmtitrd from Ihf **
trIU. rl.-aiu>l„ o<J porllt* mil th lß#m>-d
• n-t .11-.-- .1 part. hl< h rmwi b- rut-Md t *
cd. Jtr Jtt- taki'ti Into tb- ,touarb. •
*ll rrnrhf't th* unrt rprft—lt h*nU thr rot-
II un > ,to th - .rat of iHtratr— tt atU <*
a hnim nntl timir In Ihr wholr ru.trm~ol.OO at
<fru./.;#f ar rent b v mail. JMU A rrth SI.. MU*
Ocean Sieamsnfn Go.
Unsurpassed cabin accommodations. All
th# comforts of a modern hotel. £l#ctrio
lights Unexcelled table. Tickets Include
meal# and berths aboard ship*
Parser Fares irom SavaaoaiL
TO NfcW YOKK—FIRST CABIN. UO.
first cabin kounu trip. m. in-
TEKMEUIATK CABIN. *lu. INTEKMS
DIATK CABIN KOCNL* THIP. Ui.
TO BOSTON FTRST CABIN. KJ;
FIMST CABIN HOC NO TKIP. 13* IN
TEKMEOIATE CABIN. (17; INTERME
DIATE CABIN HOUND THIP. *3>
STEERAGE. (11 75.
Th pxi>rf* -t-nm-hlpt of this lln* *•
■ppolnted to t-.ill from Savannah, CeWt*l
(Soh) nwrltllu Hmt*. aa o,low:
HUVMU TU SEW VURK.
CITY OK BIRMINGHAM. Cp(. Heru
KRIDAY. Ofl 12. I0:*t m
KANSAS CITY. Capl. Kl*her, SATUR
DAY. Oot. 13. S.OO p. nt.
TAEI.AIIABBEK. Capl Afk.n*. TUES
DAY. Oft. It!. II 00 a. m.
CITY OF AUGUSTA. Capt. Daggett.
THURSDAY. Oct. IS. 1 00 p m
NACOOCHKK, Crtpt. Smith, SATURDAY.
Oot. 30. 3:00 |> m.
KANSAS CITY .Cap* FUher. TUES
DAY. Oct 23. 130 p m
CITY tK BIRMINGHAM. Capt. B-rg.
WEDNESDAY Ofl 24. sno p m
TA EDA HASS EE. Capt A-kln*. THURS
DAY. O. t 23. 530 p. ttl
CITY OK AUGUSTA. Capt. Daggett.
SATURDAY. Ofl 27. 7no P m
NACOOCHKK. Capt. Smith. TUESDAY.
Ort. sn ift no p m
Nt>TICB-Stf.tmh*p City of IHrmlng
ti.im will not f irry p.i*teng-r'.
3GK YOUR TO UOSTOS.
CITY OF MACON, Capt. Savage. FRI
DAY OOt. 12, noon
CITY OF MACON. Capt. Savage. WED
NHBDAY. Oft. 17. noon.
CITY OF MACON. Capt Savage. MON
DAY. >ct 22. fon
CITY OF MACON. Capt. Savage. FRI
DAY. Oil. 2>j. noon.
CITY OF MACON. Capt Savage, WED
NESDAY. Oft. 31 noon.
This company reserve* the right to
change It * Halting* without notice and
without liability or accountability thera
Soiling* New York for Savannah Toe*,
dav*. Thtirr.i lv* and Saturday* sto p m
W. G BREWER. City Ticket and Pa*a
enger Agent. 137 Hull atrwet. Savannah.
E W SMITH, t-ontraettng Freight
Agent. Savannah. G
R G. TREZEVANT. Agent. Savannah.
WAETKR HAWKINS. General Agent
Trafflc Dcp't. 234 \V. H*y street, Jack
E H HINTON. Traffic Manager, Sa
P E I.E FEVRE. Manager. New
Tier SS. North River. New York. N Y.
Merclionis S Miners IronspoMalioti Cos
To Baltimore & Philadelphia
Ticket* on Sale to All Uolnta North and
First- la* 11. kcla h.ln le meal- nnd
berth, Suvannah to Baltimore and Phila
delphia Accommodations and cuisine
The el* am-hips of thl* Company are ap
laifnte.l to -nil from Savannah as follow*
(Central Standard Ttmel:
D. H. MII.I.ER. Capt. Peter*. SATUR
DAY. Oct 13, :i p m
ITASCA. Capt. llllliip,. TUESDAY. Oct.
in. lino p m.
DOHCHESTEK. Cap). Jim'., THURS
DAY. Oct. i*. ; jo p. in
ITASCA. Capt. Rlllups. TUESDAY, Oct.
18. 1 ‘Vi p. m.
Sailing, fi cm Baltimore Tuesday*,
Thursday* anil Saiurdit'e at I <W p m.
11l PHIL ADEL PH IA.
ALLEGHANY. C.tpt. Foelcr, MONDAY.
Oct 17>. 12 noon
BERKSHIRE. Capt. Ryan, FRIDAY.
Oct. 19 3.30 P. m
Siding, from Philadelphia every flve
day, t 3 p. m
Tifkii office No. 113 Bull atreel.
J. J. CAROLAN. Agent.
NEWCOMB COIIKN. Trav Agl
W. P TURNER. G P A
A. D. STUB BINS. A T M
J C WHITNEY. Tiaffif Manager.
General Offices. Baltimore, Md.
R B N**t. I P MitxaaD.
l’ruidaav Vice Prealdeal
lixsttr Ui.tTw. Je Sec y and Trees
Sash, Doors and Blinds,
Paints, Oils, Varnishes, /
Glass and Brashes,
Lime, Cement and Plaster.
• Wtutakw Streets.
JOHN Cm. BUTLER,
Paints, Oils and Glass Sash. Doors Blinds
and Builders’ Supplies. p| aln anJ
tlve Wall Paper. Foreign and Domea'lo
Cements. Lime Pinter and H-,| r gg).
Agent for At cine Cold Water I'alat
SO Congr. - *tre*t, west, and 18 St. Julian
OLD NEWSPAPERS sno for 11 cants, at
Buauies* Offlca Morning Newsk t
[earn a profession
Your Present Position.
Work for One o( the Ttn Free Scholar
In The Inirrntlinn.il Correepor
School, of Krranton. Ua.. fo be
by the MORNING NEWS to t>
peron melvtng the moei vot- i, y
Nov. , I*lo.
Ten Free Scholarships.
1. MECHANICAL, ENOINEEIUN',
2 KLKCTRICAL ENGINEERIN'i
i Inc hiding Complete Electrical "'at,
4 CIVII. ENGINEERING
5. SANITARY PEUMBING. HEATING
7 COM MERC IA I, BRANCHES
* MECHANICAL DRAWING
(Including Complete Drafting Outflt)
S. ARt'HITECTI HAD DRAM IN
(Including Complete Drafting Outfl- >
10 ORNAMENTAL DESIGN
(Including Complete IValgr.lng Outft >
If )vu receive the moat vote*, you a-);;
have the first choice of Ihe Scholarship."
If fhe next larget( the aeconrt .hot -
If the third large,t. the third choi .
ro on until ten person, have chose,-, ter.
Each Scholarship will quality yc. f/. r
actual work In a profe**lon, Ihe i, m ,
a.- if you went away to College
Over men and women have c-.
rolled (n ihe.e School, and been bene,
tlted by their Courae, of study.
llow to Vote.
Cut out the attached Voting Coupon and
mall or bring (I to the hutUnec office o£
the Morning New*. Savannah. Ga.
Each Coupon iru,t bear the name of (he
I vert-on for whom you wish to vote.
St. and No.
L 181 OF HOP! RTIIO G ll Rf
For la 1— of Hop.. Mog>mery. Thunder
bolt. Cattle Park and Waal End.
Dally exeept Sundays. Subject to changs
iLe of hofr
l.v i-|,y for 1. of H.| Lv lale of Hope
•SO am from Tenth , oUt am for Hup on
710 am from Tenth | 600 am for Tenth
*SO am from Tenth j 700 am for Tenth
0 15 am from Bolton j * 00 am for Tenth
10 SO am from Tenth 10 00 am for Tenth
12 00 n'n from Tenth 11 00 am for Baltoa
1 15 pm from Holt on 11 SO am for Tenth
SSO pm from Tenth | 200 pm for Tenth
SSO pm from Tenth i 2 to pm for Boitoa
tSO pm from Tenth j 1 uu pm for Tenth
•OS pm from Tenth 1000 pm for Tenth
OSO pm from Tenth ! 00 pm for Tenth
7SO pm from Tenth ) 700 pm for Tenth
*SO pm from Tenth ) Bon pm for Tenth
SO pm from Tenth i 800 pm for Tenth
10 SO pro from Tenth >lO on pm for Tenth
|II 00 pm foe Tenth
l.v city for Mtmtt'ry. | Lv Montpim,,,'
5 SO am from Tenth I 7 15 am for Tenth'
2 80 pm from Tenth I 1 15 pm for Tenth
6 SO pm from Tenth | *OO pm for Tenth
CATTLE I’ARK. ,
_l.v iltJr tur Cat r- trtt l.v <'aerie Park
SO am from Bolton 700 am for Bolton
rSO am from Bolton 800 am for Bolton
100 pm from Bolton ISO pm for Bolton
SSO pm from Bolton SOn pm for Bolton
700 pm from Bolton 7SO pm for Bolton
8V) pm from Holton BSO pm for Bolton
Car leaves Bolton atreet Junction SSI
a. m. and every thirty minutes thereafter
until 11 SO p. m.
Car leavee Thunderbolt at ton a . m. and
every thirty minute* thereafter until
12:00 midnight, for Bolton atreet junc
FREIGHT AND PARCEL CAB
This ear carries trailer for paeaeng'rt
on ell tripe and leavee wait aide of city
market for late of Hope, Thunderbolt
and all Intermediate points el toe a at.
1-00 p. m , t. 00 p. m
Leaves Isle of Hope for Thunderbolt
City Markee and all Intermediate point,
at 8:40 a. m 11:00 a. m.. 740 p. at.
WEST END CAR
Oar leaves weal aide of city market for
West End 6 00 a. m. and every to minutes
thereafter during the day until 11:S0 p m.
Leavee Wet End at 5 30 a. m. and as
say to mtnutee thereafter during the dty
mill 13.00 o’clock midnight.
H M T-OFTON flan Mar
' Wfd WEDDING Kill
The Bride I* delighted because the
All came from
G. W. Allen & Cos.,
THE WEDDING GIFT SPECIALIST.
They were selected from
WHITING’S SOLID SILVER
THE MOST BRILLIANT GET GLASIk
Cameo Ware In all th* new shape* and
the largest line In tha city.
And other thing* to make, a woman hvr**
MmP !*2 ... i
Ir ...' •*<
P'te. - th. H.,*•.< t'e
Tw Promote the Appetite
1/ tand Put Fleeh on Thin
mb M Nail eeitßf>*rl >M *• FSFTSS* '• P**
■ •* bNdlfcMlWt s dru>^
J IW MUM* I CO.,