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A TEXAS WONDER.
Hall'a (irrai nurnrrrr.
On# •mall bottle of M % Grout W**
revtry cures all fci<tny • *■<* Mfid6*r
troubles rcn>vrs grav* 1. cur** d;ub#t*#
nominal ffriMi .ni, w**k *ri<l *nv • *
rheumatism and all Irr*gulirPm*s of ths
kldnsv* an 1 bladUcr In m ri ***
*mi rgulat*-a bladder t-#*ub>* rtl '
drar If fUH sold b\ % ur Iruggt*: f
- my mail on r*cJp’ , f 1
• mall botti# D w mnt .realm nl
•nd will rtir,- any ra> a' v<
l>r C W Hall. • -It manufacturer. I
80, g, Louis Mo s■. for t*st *
ntonlal* foid h *i ituggUD nd ao.o-
BKins Cos. m ano ah. Gi.
Dr F XT Hall. S Lul. Mo T>* f
l!r ri'iv chip me Ihr -e do*en Ha'
Or#a< Dl O' b* f t e,pre- I hav#
aald n •rme g r<.a I* - Iv#m perfect sat•
Isfactlcn ar 4 I rr. i mm i, i and t to my
customer* Tour* *il\
If C ORhVW
Prop AH'* Monopoly D K Btrr#.
Ocala Fa Dec !S .
IN GEORGIA AND FLORIDA.
Mmi %>r> \u v\ * OF INK IM\ IN
Valdosta Will *• Have Its Kleeirli
firß-lnmr of MailU.m * M. n %% uni
Whiskey Bark-trsn of tmrrlra*
Until* < lul til % I Itens I ••*
sslMslr4-( ssieal of Liberty •■■>
• y Klrrllns-Nea "irßrner l.lne Me.
tween |*eneol* nnl
tlmatr of Klorltla s Orange rap.
John T. Arvo of Am#r. u*. has fi *
hi# petition t bankruiir> Hi# Isablil*
tics are fixed at s*.’•• His •***•> nr+
nothWg He is traveling man.
Want to I %pnnd.
Macon l ag.P.ci I>*s mng #tlrr#*l up on
the sob), t of anncxii <H, The prop*
are c has fined u* the mill phoning nvele
in the rensii* returns and even >• mo*
rabbi ant!-nnxa! nls*% ar* t umtiu.-
Won’t Me %tl vrrtlaHL
Anaeri* us Times-Recorder: Atlanta 1+
going io get o gr,xi deni I* -# free ndver-
Using th in ha- fLU >• to her • are wtthir.
the ist to \ *r Her nem- mnnlne.
for Mayor. Maj Mims . a type of ’ the
real Southern gent.eman
t nlilnstn Eleetrlr fare.
The lectrlc <r ltr io Ihne Parti <l
Valdosta }* rompletiNl Tan ma* h.ner*
for the pom.r ompanv arrived ►m*
trtne ag<>. and a.. f*#*altile hast#* has brrn
%;sw| in getting the h!ner\ placed, in
order to furnish i> *wr in tim- m \*
the car* durll c the ela •* fair The pov <
Is non ready, and the ears hav# been
shipped, so in all prol ability the street
cars will ne running regularly l*y ih*
first of next w *k
Jackson’s ( srnlvsl.
Another enth nuts* meeilng of
toe riiisnw %\a ti-kl Molay evening at
Ja. k -on Oa . to perfe# • plana for l i.>
street fair, trad* s display sn.| |>oultr>
rhos to be helo there D* 6 *nd • T..*
merchants and butintts men of the city
have sub.- ribeil liberally toaard making
this carnival the giea>e*t event In Jack
son’s history, and a vary large attend
ance | ezpcc tc#i
Want Uhlskey Mark.
A petition l being circulated by the
wet men at Madison for .in e|e tion on
the prohibition i*'ie. to take p!a ♦* s-.me
time in Le#'#mber. Over one hundred
names have already been signed to i
and a* It take.-* only 14.* to secure
the call, the ei- tion is an aesurtsl Ih i
The wi m*n claim rhf the i*tie ua
brosight on by the Profit ittomt.* trying
•o get i hill through the Legt* nr.
forcing the distillery out of the < minty
Two t liilmi • ns<lllnted.
For many years the Athenaeum of
Athens s.w* • dub houle where congr
gated the society people of the It\. and
1* was a pleasure resort made famous
by mnny so*lal functions Recently the
Commercial riu w- merged Into and
consolidated with th* Athenaeum Its ob
ject non Is the advancement of the nv*
bad lis origin mmng the business m>o
of th 4 *. club, ant these gentlemen have
on foot movements looking to the up
building >f \thetu* lu the way f m.m-
Ufactories mid enterpri>
Mtesena Will foulest
Mr W M Bte\•,*.. who was re;ont!\
defeated In Überty county for tnx co|
lector on n majority of 11 voire hv Ml
W P Brewer, has served notice on Mt
'Brewer nnd the Clover nor that h w:l!
ronteM the election Mr Htevrns’ ground j
for a contest ire that at Wnlthottrvi!:-
election precinct at least two of the elr.
lion managers were not ordinar!* jug.
flee of the peace or freeholders. Mr
fftevetis’ friends claim that his contest
Is hard on good legal grounds and th :
be will win out Mr. dteven* je • Dem
ocrat amt Mr Brewer o Populiat It i*
thought that Judg Harden, who w -and
feated by McKay tl i . .
for the legislature w.t no contest .
It ts rot known on what good grounds
be can hop* to w.n out The whites
regret his defe it very mu h !u they
wr# re clearly outvote#! m,d think it * •
to take their m* llclnr, ba l ma it m>*
tt l iindrrirtooj lh In futnrr Ih.- Inn
■i Talm Bnoh. will hr known a , th-
Parmt. 11.m1.1. ktrlnkrn.
■Rohm Ilavl. Uarwood n.| John Wto
-1-y Oarwood. aI. r. -i.cllT.lv " y.m
ond 4 month, ord 2 v. arc uiel 2 month*
chlklpcn of Mr. and Mr,. <l. |i fiarwond.
tlln l Wfdnwdiy ;it 1-aUtka wl In tin...
hour* of n.ch otlwr nf , r ih.
I>ram oflcr un HintM Ij :• ~ . ,
Klnrldn*. Ornnnc I ro|*.
Wall Inform..l rallr.m.l men an,l fnt|.
buyer, *ay (hat M0r,.l ■ , comlnr .nn .
crop h iwoapcri* of (x lnt: lar.-. r Pnii
any year jlm. ikm. Ii i -mi. i that fullv
w million ho*.* will >hl|>p. .| i
county a lon. will *hlp sou., white Minn
l(r. Hr.varl nn<l oth.r H.nnh Klo'M.i ~ .
!on, will wnd h..i-> \ (hlpmoM* Fruit
1* nrlilng fa,t at c |r box on the tr,-*
to fruit hotM.a North.
Jaekann* lllr'* t.nln W eek.
Jackaondllr'* t .la w.eli. ilurlnK th.
ItM of Novrratar. proml.e* to ecll|w. any
thin* of the kind ever bel.l there. I.iv.
turn are on the .ommltt.., arui they are
workln* mo*t enernetl. n.ly io pvrfert all
their plant Rfl nldmj
omuaemen!*. [oradet of riniv r.oi, fan
taatlc eompanlee. tented attra.-tlonr,
•to.; In fort, romethln* thel will amtiae
and pleaie all
The Seaboard Air L'ne lnduttrtal A
oocla-ton will hold Ita flrat ranventlon In
Jackeonvllle Oct. 24 Th • a proja-t
Tlanned by John T. Patrick eh ef indu
. trial a**nt of th* sye'.m Irak n* in the
Improvement of the people llvlna ..lon* lt
line* with educational feature, of Inter
cat added. It la primarily to build up
farm Inc and other Interest*. The couven-
non will be stil mended to by th# hofiid
>•- I In* fn f ska.
The Norwegian #'#<m-h.p Doug s**
rived Sunday at fvnsa o.a and Is now
faking on ; m!-
merchanJls#, ma< binary, etc for Havana
Th* steamer wtl! *ntry 4ive sto- g
which will le o*i* of th#- malt) M#n. of
export th# <l*.ks #f the Douglass navlrg
t* ** n chartered fo# the purir>*** by a Ha
j vnna cattle firm fkiui.i - Is th**
first steamer of m new line between l*en
o .* and Havn* to known e the
Otttwn Htar Lin# It is intended u about
thr#e trip per mmth wl,'! te mala until
’h* (ju.irantih# is over w an week
ly trlj#- ar* exp* • tel.
ll# m i l.eekle %rresird.
Augusta Herkl Im'f i :|\r- Wise and
fiber*vi thi** aft# f.**<t4 arrr-r# 1 IDrtfj
I/** ki ,t man w an’cd by il * j
I* la author it re** t>r lurg..try f’hief llood
r •*-.-e|v# (| w r*i frorn tb Jar ksonvtile f j
•f police •* •* day** *#go to look out for
I.#-* k“ *!># Augusta f*o|tc# wer#. given t
■l# - rii t :*n . f th#- man and they found
him It l- learned from tht poll ’• t* at
L#< kle tia - l*• n w .inte*! by the |w*l|e*i* .n
! Jarkj**.vllie for -*‘v#-ral months. An *f
I fic4*r will arrlv# from that place to-mor
row an! will tak* L- kie |o FI r;*la.
%Verr % ery loiiflifnl
" >Js* k.-oi.vills* M# tro|toll- tn Monday
la- Ih* \l* ♦r*pd‘ gnve in accoant of the
arr*-' >iti*l * ( >mmitmnt to jail of Wtl.lam
| Jordan on balm lay Th* mrr**i w.israus
r*l by Jordan's wife (Lulu Jordan) who
| mt instituted suit f#r <llv*ine. #n*l said
that he initialed t** fl#* |le jurisdiction of
• h*- * •r* Jump#- ad fixed ih# I mil at
IBM i •' *•k* i has filled to
get sur*-tv or hii attorney, arid ts still
In jail Jailer Fatlon sags that Jordan Is
#■411% about 30 \*m of g* H* married
girl I# than a vear ago, whir *■ • only
11 vear- #t age. and It Is eall rhat •■h#* will
-o*ai la-* om* ii mother S•• Is with her
parent* n Filrd# *i AH are strangers
• r*- I’nl* - h*tm* frl* rel oiner the
relief of JmTilihi h may .-la> jail for
an tndeflniv#* |# rod laesortlon Is th# al
legatkai -♦-( f rlh In th* Mil filed
A dl*pat*‘ii to the Florkla-Tlmes T’nlon
<‘itis-n from S’ Nuguatln* say-
Hundre*is c*f fat an<l ttid* , r marsh hens
w#r* * x* u * and on tbe river?* thi - rmmln"
by local sportsmen, and later eaten ly
-••oris of fomllbs who enjoy the #l-||cacy
Th* strong north* ast w in#l that prevailed
ia**t ni*Aht and this morning hacked up th#*
Whiter* aid flood#-*l th* matsh*s, driving
the hens fr#ini their bom#!* Kvery own**r
of a gun who could s#-cur< a boat was
• tit n rh* high tide, ami marsh Inn were
bombard#*! in their strongholds without
mercy Home bagged in un hour or so up
ward f io* birds. an*l gunners m!ng
ha* k with less than thirty or f##rt> were
|#o*cd upon i>> |wool tnaik-m*‘i< Marsh
h#ns hatch in the late spring, aid develop
into g* od-fis#d blr*!s *)urtng the summer
months At thl* sea-oti of th- year they
are considered good eating when properlv
F0H%91.1l rtll l l K AL <l.l IK.
< nllegr Hoy* Will Mmr n
••%lake-M**lle% r” I nni|inign.
Bmory t’oilege, fhford. d< . Oct. 10.—
Quite an Innovation into college life b#*r#
tit*- memlierw of the junior nl sens>r
.-*# *f i Demo r ati and n ll* publi
can Club. These clubs have been or
ganised to promote impromptu discussion
of the pollFi'al Issues of the day. o k) in
view of the* near nppreaeh ol
lu e presidential election these
discussion* promise to be of
quite a lively tnfer#*" Blump speaking
will !e indulged in to quite a large ex
tern. and it 1# quite sure tnat tier**
will at least be *vn* |*a* * where opatny
Is not the or#l#r f the *fay.
of * * ir:* th* tnen In - almost
without exception (win* * ra*s Those, who
ar# m#mb* > of the Republican Club are
merely th***-* who have been forced to
champion Republican pr|n iples an*l mew**-
urew in the various |e atea before the di
etary im* iet|e However, this will n*a*
lessen their enthusiasm In the campaign
which wi.l i*e wag* l among the stmlcnts
The rn* mbers of both dubs have pro
vide*! th#ms#lves with enmitaign hats.
*n.l in a few days the active canvassing
will *•#!• After Nov k the losing aide
will glv#* a banquet to th*- victors, and
complete harmony w ill b- r# state#|
1 ne liepublit .it* i* govern*-#! by an
ex#* .ith* • •*rnmll. Madison B#.|| of \<-
lant.i ll*wmil K.*ler ind (’has L Rcl
#lT ii of W ayero-O- Th# *fb* <*rs of th*
Demo, ratlc **luh .ire pr. sl|* nt. us.ar
1. V% *K* n raft *f Rockmont; secretary.
L \\ Fhemail of \\ ishington. <a . and
treasurer. Henry H Johnson. Jr., of At
Will % I*IT INK Itbl) MKT.
t.rrat sachem fieri# of
<irlftlrv f • a., tct JO-Or at Sachem WII- !
Lam If. Beck of this city has just return- |
• and from a visit to*the Tallapoosa frlbe in
Carrollton, ami w* p most favorably im
proved with the warriors and biav*s '
ih it be found on that reservation This I
1- just th# beginning of an ltli4rary that
he has mapped out for the next thirty ;
days, and •*n Nov .* he wall reach Bavnn
nab. whet# he will meet with the trtlies
In timi city.
Havarnah can boast same of the
staunchest brav. - in the state.” said th.*
iJrcal Sach'tn this morning, "and It is 1
ilways a pleasure to meet up with them
I am looking forward to a visit to the!*-
wigwams with pleasure, for the Interest
that they manifest Is always made ap
parent by their actions
During tin* past thre# months the Hreai
Hachem Im- instimte*l six new irihs ami
f* #l' # v n mor- en* . uraged over the fa- t
that over one thousnini accessions to the
#*r'er have been mad# since he arrived
it his present dignity. ll#- has arranged
the following dates to visit the different
1 trtlies In the state.
, Tu* -•!.>. ct Ik. Trt**n Factory; Thurs
day. Oct. IH Atlanta. Friday. Oct 19. Mi
j -on; M*n*lav. Oct Z 2. Austell; Wednes
j I*l%. i. i 24. Athens. Thursday. t)ci ’.D,
laities vll I*'. Fralny, ct. .*♦>, Augusta.
M<a da\ fh*t ."• 11* <gjn**v111* . Tuesday.
t .s* Palmetto. W#'lnes#l*y. O*-* 31.
West I’ulnt; Frldajr. Nov. 3. Havannsh;
\V#*#ln*-lMv N*v 7. Ameilcus. Tue-t|#>.
Nov 13. folumhiis. Thursday. Nov. IS.
ME 1 IS If flllC URINARY and
II b If V U U 9 genital
chruui nature ar*< those which
Dr Hathaway treats ekeimirrt) lor :y year* be ha contned hit practice to tbl riass of pom-
plaint. In men an<l women, am) the uniformity of hit cure* has
.hi for h:m world wld* fame Moo who lia.e ln*t youth's vigor ara
made strong and whole again hy this thorxuKhly const It u
J tlonal treatment of Dr. Hathaway’s. No medicine with simple
f temporary toolc effect ran cure you: you need a treatment which
% ,’j nets.and phtslralh
All torus of Chronic Diseases. Including Varicocele, Stricture.
Blood rmsonlng. Kidney and t'rlnary Complaints, etc., art
fH( , cured by Pr natbaway’s system of treatment.
lie will be glad to hare you write blm or call at bis office for free
■7- "1 consultation, esar.lnatlon and adrtce lie win also scad free, post
paid In a rlala wrsppcr, his nw c pace book-"Mccllneas, Vigor,
t Health''—to anyone, man er woman, who sutlers front any chronic
I disease or weakness.
<l. NEWTON HkTMAWAT, M. D. Office Hours*--* to 12 m , 2 to & and 7
lr. Hathaway * Css. to p. m Sundays 10 a. m. to 1 p m.
Z6A Dryan atrcct, Savannah, O*
THE MOHNING NEWS: FRIDAY. OCTOBER 12, 1900.
Look itvourtonßue! If it’s coated, I
yout stomach your liver out of |
order. Ayer’s Pills will clean your I
tongue, cure your dyspepsia, make I
your liver right. Easy to take, easy I |
Ito operate. 25c. All druggists. I
Want your n. -uata- >. #*r • beautiful ,
►tfe-wit pr rlrti Li-s The# u#
BUCKINGHAM'S DYE „
*. ,-• ■ - • ... >
M4HIX.. IMtIAIOEXI K.
tlAttrr, of In Irrr.l to Mll|*|tlnK Xlrn
*'pt Van B Avry nf th<- • Wm S
M<'f*aul-x hi-li l<-ft Jfk>^<Tivlllr towlne
i lurntx-r l*'t-n l-ir*,. tel,raph*d th,
FTot’-H-r Totskoat (' mi'aoy yr,l*r<ly
that fir had ahandoned thr luiik- In
wat,r-l<>*rM ron<llt!r>n Hfty mltr, north
. ~,t of Cr\ ina Pan '-h-at, Tht, m* not
ftono. hnwrvrr, until aftrr ,ho had hr<keti
adrift ant thr- t ’n;,r of tho lark of ro
l ovrrtr,* h,r bacatno too grrat to
Thrtr no a ro*i,l<lvrahtr rarao <* lam
hor In th# 1-arK* 1 It hoiongad to thr C’hl-
r .tun I.umlirr c'ompany of Jai-kronvlll-
I lio McCauley Will pro, red out In rearrh
of th<- ahanilonrd bare,' a innn a, th,
wr.ithrr niodrratf-, ,uftl'hntly t*h,- pm
In at Ihaufort. N C-. to a.lvlar the horn,
The weather wa, reported to t-e rough
nt Tyle yerterdav A rttff northeaat
wind wa, hliwlng thirty mile, all da>.
.it u Inrre.i.eil ,o thirty-eight to for*y
miles at night. Holn fell newt of the day
The erhooner* HI la I. Itavennort ml
the Will.am K I>own„ arrlve.l ye,terday.
till will loati lumber for Northern ie>ri-
They are con,‘.gnetl to K It. Iluntlna A
The Norweatan t-atk t*>lvla nrrtved ye,-
terday (torn Hamburg Hh. l In t*lia,t
and wa, berthed at the Hor.ion whe.rf to
dtecharge Catu llalvorsrn report, a
No advli e, have vet been received from
th.' owner, of !h< Hrtllrh ia*rk Uas.f
furrv. which put ha. k leaking a'ter put
ting out for a Canadian (wri rttn 1, "till
at tlie tiord n wbort. where a force of
hand-, i* kept busy keeping her free of
Ca oa■* r . 1., ,lenm,l(lpa.
I*a,,enger, hy eteatnahlp N trochee for
N. w York >•, terday Mt II ttta.h Mr,
l> II llowe, Ml, Rnimli How. ki
Mary llowe, Ihivl, Howe*. H. Hendela
inanti .tod alf<- I# I. Thomson. Wright
llowe,. T. Calloway. Col- Wright A 11
Hart,, W !' Klchnr<lon m.l wife Ml,,
Perla Abraham,. Ml:-- Norma Ik-h.ialer.
Jihlge J K i I'Coni, r. M!, Mary t) linen.
J F O’Brien and wife W Btrobhar. C
F Bon field. Ml,* Flla I'oaway. Frank A
Sol imon-on. J M Slm|won. Krank T
Budge and wife, W l> Morton. H Win
ter. t> Sehnerer. Wm Jone, and wife. J
A Bond and wife. Wm Pohlmann. John
W. Itam,e>. eolore 1 tleo. 8 Johnwo.
Pa,,engrr, hy ~earn,hip Kanur Clty
from New York ye,.erday Mr, M R Au,-
tln .m*t child. Mr, M Berendt and tw.r
children, C V. Beadle,. \V. Bryant.
Mr,. 1., F.ppenwn. Mr, W P B-'rugg,.
Mr, J I Mill. Mr- l> J Jarvta. Mla*
E Bagg. Mtu C. Mt Intvre. Mr, H Fo
|y |ty it Kermadji 1 i\ MelWjrre.
W V \\e,tcrve|t ami wife. Ml,, M
Walker. P E Hevllle. P J Maguire. W
E Hutson. Ml„ M Kennedy. Ml,, 8
Kennedy. Mla* M Black Mr, A M Mc-
Farland. I Solomon. W Ella,. R I-.
Strickland. J Beltaer. Ml,- Ha,nail Mr,
J Caiman. Mr, W C llivant. Ml,* M.
I, Beam. Ml,* Ellen Bailey. Ml,, B
KlnMeln. Ml** I. Sell*. W P Weh*t#r.
Mr* W S Hick, anti ruin Ml*, J Bulll"
Ml.-, Turner. Ml-, Hollowell, Ml,,
Holme, Mr, E Blanchard, Mr, E P
l-oveU. U F Shear, anil wife. Mr, J W
I. Engle Ml** M 1/Engle. P Wal,h
Ma*ltr M Walsh Me, Waleh MI- NVI
lie \\ al,h. t' E Smith and w ife. Ml,, A
Smith, Ml*, Smith, c II Wood. .1 A
tlelaney, P I Farrelly. Capt C. S-tler
anil wife. .1 Fleming and wife. Mr, Stra
chan. J Turner *'. M. Mumford. Mr
Seilgman. It E I>ann. F Broadman. I
Klreklck. II Kl,tenm.e h,r. Nettle Val-n-
Hre. Ml** A En ter. I. .\e||ey and wife.
Ml,, Harriett B-noyer. Ml, kill'h Hr
n.tiei r t> : eb-he ii*- ASu#wlte. Mr,
II mr,a*ky and run. Mr* K Light foot.
Mo- E. P Steven*. Ml,, Trouiman. Ml**
E John,Oß. Mr. Mtingnye. Mr, V*,-
,aull. Ml„ J Willi*. Ml," E t, kow,kl.
Ml-, .1 Likowskl. MtM M. Fltxglbhon T
Wlgsell. A Icirge. Mi X Wll,on tnd
Min. A Thompson. 1,. Roger,. M Tlra*.
Mr, Plrag. I'. II lit ter,on. I titter,on.
Nell Maloney, J. T. Be,*. E. !. Mo
tjueene, E Corner, C. C. Ja* k,on. A E
T'a,-anger* arrlvetl let night 'rom Ital
llmoie on ,team-hip I' II Miller II It
laucher. Ml,, S Boykin. It lMllaway
MIM Kolh, Mrs C B Cummlng*. Mr,
F Porter. Mr, c t> Beranton. Ml,, J
Coft Mla* It Porter. Ml,, J Huggen
helnter. Mr, S St.-ln. J W Comstock.
M ~ U Ronrke. Ml-, It Ester. Ml,* S
Joyner. Ml** F C Salley, Ml,, 8 Roth.
C It Cummings. S Snyder, c C. Scran
ton Mr, M M I'ravioli Mis, M. Por
t, r . Mr P Wttkoy *kl. Ml,* S. Homier
,on. I II Kyle Mr*. J Rourke, J. C.
Brighton. C. VVhlte.
Sim rise* at 6:1*3 a. m. ami ets at 5:30
High water at Tybee to-day hi t:l> a
nt and I:*2 |> m High water at Savan
nah one hour later
Pltn*ea of the Xlttott (or ttelolter.
D H. M
Fir*' quarter 1 3 to eve.
Full moon .6 • 1* morn
1 -a*wt quarter .....15 3 51 morn.
New moon . 21 7 27 morn
First quarter 3i 2 17 morn.
AIHI% %I.M AND DFPARTI RES.
V#r !• Arrived Y*rr4f.
R’rrn-hlr Katifai Clljf, Fl#h#r. N#w
V#>rk —Oi'Mti Htramxhlp romiAny
St#tß#hlp I> H. Miller. Peters, Bslti
mor#* J J *aroian As*nt
|Tsrk Hylvta (Nor), Ha!vort#n. Him.
burs Utrsrhan A- Cos.
H* hekoner Wm E Downes. Rlchsrdnon.
N#-w York - M t#r.
Schooner Kllw L bAvenport. Dunton.
% #■••*■ !• 4 Ira red Yraterday.
Brem*hlp f’rsthom# (Br), WUUsms.
Uvtrprol-Rtrarhxn A fa
RsrK W**ri# (Non, Tonne## n. London
liriK llAvilah. llirhsi *#on. Pernambuco
Yrirl %%eiat * Sew.
S#nmsi|p Neroociiee. Smi:h, New York
Btamhi| Texa#. Cldiil## Baltimore
B(< BBishlp Dawn <Br*. Hamilton. I>i\ei
Fernandlnw. Fla . Oct II Arrf%’ed.
>oner# John K Southwell. Clark
Georgetown. D C . l*mira M Lunt, Con
Cleared-Schooner Nettle Shipman Ray
ntr. New York
Key Wes*. Fla . Oct 11 —Arrived
steamer Sabine, New York an#l railed (or
Galveston; Miami. Delano, Havana, and
*ailr#l for Miami
Tcnerlffe Oct. •—Sailed, •reamer
| Ormaabjr, Savannah
New York Oct 11 HaJle 1. steamer A#o
Baltimore. Oct. 11 —Sailed, steamer Ita#-
I ca. S*\annah
l*hiladel|>hl Orf il —Cleared, steamer
lioh Roy. Fernandlna; Harold. Sa\*annah
< barl* #*ton. Oct 11—Arrived, schooner
Jo#l Cook, Outten. New York, yacht Z#*-
rb'a Nor hward. proceeded Indian river
Hal lad—Steamer AtKooquln, Platt, Jack
, erne file.
Port Tampa. Fl*. Oct. 11—Arrive#!, tug
1 Abram Mini*# Savannah wlrh lljrhter;
eteiinier Maacotte. White, Havana. \l*
Key West and r#*turne*|
Sailed Steamer City of Everett. La
verge, Cart are’.
Notice In Mnrlttrra.
Pilot charts and all hydrorrnphlc infor
mutton will be furntahed maaiera of vea
ela free of <harae tr. I’nl ted Stutea hy
droirraphlc office In Cuntom House Cap
talna are requeated to call at the ofß< •
IteporlH of wracks and derelict# received
for trunMninslor. to the Navy Depart
No*lea m hcrehv given that on or about
Oct. 21 lightship No G; will be temporar
ily withdrawn from it# station, about 14
mile** eouthw- st by went from Asia rip
| Natitticket Shoal#, and th# station will
I be m.*rk*-*i by relief liahtahlp No 5* The
! relief Ugh*ship will show a fix#*#l white
i rrfbi tor light at the heart of each of her
twfo ina*t. and during thick or foggy
weather will sound a U-inch #t#am whia
tle with the arr# characterlMlcn a# that
!on the regular light vessel No M t# a
flush deck steam veesel. with a red hull.
I Slaving R#*ll# f In lißge w hite letter# on
j each eld#*, and al*o In white, on each
j bow She has two masts, schooner rigged,
no bowsprit, two hiack smokestack#
abreast and tlie #•*rm wiitstle letwreen the
masts, with a re*l circular Iron ragework
#la> mark af ♦ h masthead
I’er British steamship C’rathorne for
Liverpool—7.2sl bales cotton. Han.ioj. i..yn
tons i ig Iroft. $22 550 —C-argo various
per Norwegian bark Werner for Ix>n.
don—l.Kß barrals rosin. 14.512; 4.154 casks
spirit# turpentine. |ki.o74 —*‘argo by Pater
Per t>rig Havllah for ramambuco 2.T10
barrels cat*. Is.tr. 325 pieces lumb r (.-
M3 feat), llJi ■Cargo by Paterson-Down
r naalwlße F.* ports.
Per Na oochee for New
York —1,13 bales inland cotton. 30 hale#
Island cotton. •#*.’ barrel# cotton seed
oil. L.Tjnpkg# lox material.4S3 pkg# domt#.
tics. ♦> boxes tobacco. barrel# rosin.
barrels turpentine, m. 719 feet lumber. 1M
itundle# hide#. 65 case# cigars. 56 boxes
fruit 7 bales #>;, boxes soap. 5d
!>arrels r*s#i #*ll. 17b bale# old bagging. 25
I barrel# lamp black. 3*3 pkg# mdse
Per steamship State nf Texas for Ral
-11 more—4l3 bales upland cotton. bar
rel# rosin, 143.4% fe#‘t ltiml>#r. barrel#
ur. .% barrels r#ln oil. 1.591 sacks clay.
k pkgs mdse. ?: pkgs dcmeatlc# and yam
11 bales palmetto fibre. 101 bale# tobacco
Will. OK EDWIN w. MARSH.
Beqnesta and %nnnltlea for the
Widow and Relatives.
Atlanta, o t 11. —The will of tlw late
Edwin W Marsh was filed yesterday In
Jitdge Halsey's Court of Ordinary The
deceased first direct# his executors to pay
all of his debts as soon as possible The
second clause bequeaths absolutely to hi#
widow. A *hsah F Marsh. Sl3.n of stork
in the Furman Form Improvement Com
pany of Atlanta, and also absolutely
of th* household and kitchen furniture
In the home place on Washington street,
together with the carriages and horses.
In addition the widow receive#! an an
nual sum of |3.500. payable in quarterly
j ln*tMllm<-nt* o( 4*75. The will t* dated
Mort-h 10. 1900
To hi* *!*ter-lii-lat'. Ann e Turner. |,
Ktven the mm 3-Vio and to Mr* Mary E.
llopkln*. wife of John I. Hopktn*. 32.500:
•o hi* ,on-ln-lw. t'harle* \V i'ran,hnn.
Mr Marh leaves 35.000; to Folumh'ia
Ihillen, n man servant. t’rti; to hi, daugh
ter for the support of herse'f an-t chil
dren. I* left the ,um slso monthly until
there shall he a final distribution of the
, estate anton* the heir,; to hi* son. M It.
M trsh. the sum of 190 per month wh*n
ever h- shall Ite otit of hualnea* or employ
ment. Mill payment, to rontlnue In the
event, mentioned until the final distribu
tion of the estate amon* all the heirs.
Subjct to thew speeinratlon*, th* resl
due of the estate Is betpieathed to hi,
three . Oil.lre., Spen.-er B Marsh. McAl
len It, Marsh (Iml A-Mahle L Adair, an I
j In l ie event of Shelr dentil, to helr chil
The twelfth Item cltrw that Mr. Marsh
previously adv.ince.! to McAllen B. Marsh.
fjS.wt); to Bpcncer 8 Mr,h. 3*ti nni> ami to
hl -iHuaht, r mst he direct* the
executor* In the final eMvtslon to make
them respectively equn'.
ppeiicer 8 htot M'Aio, B Mirth. John
■ I, llopkln* and J. <1 Btatnand are mad
exemors, who ore exempted from alv
> >n bond. They are authorlxl to sell
(Mrt of the estate aml l>orrow money if
iirnl he to preserve the estate or aeille
The final division I* to take place at
such time , the executor* shall deter
SHOT 4 < m ount UOHKtHX.
-lames llanitltnu l.etals Slat kpeak In
Auausta. Oct. 11.—There wa, a sensa
tion on Walker street to-nlaht. a short
distance from the I'nton depot, when the
crowd that was attracted by a pistol shot
and a woman's scream, found that a ne
gro woman was bleeding from a wound
In the head It turned out. however, (hat
the bullet had glanced around her sku!.
under the ektn and did no eertoun In
Th, wotrar. Doelah Pavla, said a white
man named Wlngard had shot her and
he was arrested on the canel hank a
short dtntano* away It eeems that the
man was drinking, was angered by some,
lutng the woman mi Id and, after knock
ing her down, ehot he? By chance only
the injury proved slight
The Brywn Club to-ntght voted to ex
tend an invitation to Hon James Ham
ilton l.*wt, who will be here In a day
or two on a vlett to hi* boyhood home to
address the people of Augusta on next
Mor.il* • right on national issue*
Mr Bandfrd H. Cohen who he* Juet
eondu -ed with great success the street
attractions of the Athens Carnival, was
to-ntght elected manager of amusements
tor the Elk* fair to be given during the
Confederate reunion next month.
Will i-erkle. a voting man of tht* rtty.
who was In Flotlde for eome tun*, was
arrested here In accordance with a re
quest from the chief of police of Jack
sonville < htef Hood wtrnl th* Florida
officer that Leckte had been arrested, and
a deputy sheriff of Duval county. Flor
ida J A Vlniant. arrived to-day. and
had a consultation with the chief
He said that on Feb. 11 last/Le kt* had
been employ ed a l-arkccper in the saloo.t
of Robert VI 81m* of Jacksonville, til
th* night of the above date, the cash
drawer tn the Blm ,:r-Ht wa, broken
Into and robbed of 3217" Next day L*ck;e
Leckte refused to accompany the officer
without proper requisition paper, and
Ire| uty Yinaant left for Jacksonville to
night to ,retire them lie I, charge-1 undtr
the Florida law with break ng and enter
ing and grand larceny
Fore-*##? for Friday and Saturday:
Georgia and Kouth Carolina—Rain Fri
day. and pr*: abl> Saturday : brisk north
eaaterly ivin*!# possible becoming high
r#n th# roost dunn* Friday
Eastern Florida Rain Krldoy. Ralur
day, rlearinc in northiru. fair in south
ern portion; brisk northeasterly wind#
itoiatbly hlith on *’oa: Friday
Western Florid* Rain Friday and prob
ably Saturday, east mind#. b#*x>mlng fr#yb
Htorm aarntnr mesma# —^Tlie follofrln*
mosag# has reoelv#* J t this ofll #
for the Information of lh- public; Wash
ington. 1:05 p m Oct. 11. 19<o IgO •
Forecast Official, Havannsh. O*..—Ad
vletry warning 2:06 f> m Moierate •:!#-
njrbarce central near mtddU* Gulf coa>t
Will probably move north* as*, giving
brisk poselhlv high northeast wind# 10-
night on South Atlantic const.
II E William#.
A< ting 4’hlef (f Bur#*u.
Yeslerduy's Weather at Savannah.—
Maximum temperature 1:40 p.
m 7t> deqre'#
Minimum temperature. 7 n m. <Vgree#
Mean temperature td degrees
Norma, temperature (St *legr *es
I># IcUttcy of temiernaire . 4 degree#
Accumulated excess since 0?l.
1 M degree#
Accumulated exceaa since Jan.
1 90 degree*
Rainfall *1 inch
Normal 12 tn-^h
Excess* since Oct. L-- 3.55 Inches
Deficiency since Jan. 1 \. . *9* inches
River Report- The bight of the Savan
nah river at Augusta, a* K a m (75th me
ridian time) yesterday, was 7.2 feet, a fill
of 4 foot during the preceding taenty
Cotton r'gion bulletin. Savannah. Ga ,
for the twenty-four nours ending at h a.
m. 75th meridian lime, Oct. 11. 180
BMikiiu of Max. alii fv.-a
Savannah dlatrlcf. lTem.|Tem. fall
Al.a pa ha. Oa . cloudy 72 • 51 fO
•Albany, cloudy 75 fit* .10
Amerleua, cloialy 73 T
Balnbridg**. clear 72 •*>
Eastman, cloudy 70 .VI .10
Fort Gaines, raining 72 03
•Oalnesvllle. Fla , clear *> i 70 /fl
Ml Hen. Ga . pt. cloudy .. 70 U TO
Quitman, pt cloudy 77 fi2 oo
Savannah cloudy 73 M -W
ThomatvHlf. p . cloudy .. 75 65 .0)
Waycroae. cloudy 76 66 oo
’"•Received too late for telegraphic aver
flpeciai Trxas Rainfall Re|*orf#— No rain
Heavy Ra.ns—Brownsville. Tenn . I d*
Stn- Max. Min Rain
Central Station#, tion# Tern Tem., fall.
Atlanta U •*> Ml
Charleston 6 70 fd on
Galveston 'J> 7*' ,IM
Little Rock | 12 72 52 22
Memphis 13 ♦% j 52 W
Mo to e • 73 w 5k
Mon i gome ry K j 74 M Ok
New Orleans 15 70 83 j <ll
Hnvannah 12 j 74 kl 02
Vicksburg 10 fi* sfi j 24
Wi mington | 10 fifi i 44 oo
Remarks No tlecided change* tn tem
perature. hut a slight warming tendency
is shown over the western and central
l>ortlon of the hell. Rain has fallen In
nil destrlcts except Wilmington. Augusta,
Galveston and Charleston.
Observation# taken at th* same moment
of time at all stations. Oct. 11. 19 | *0. 3
p. m.. 75th meridian tlm*
Names of Siatbma. | T | V Rain
Ho#t#>n p: cloudy 63 34 J .12
New York city, clear .. fi2 14 .66
Philadelphia. <\J#*ar fi2 o
Washington City, clear 54 L
Norfolk, clear # fin L <*o
llattera#. clear fi L .<■>
Wilmington. dear 5* fi .00
iTtinrk)tta. cloudy i fib Ia .Ci>
Italelgh. clear j fiO j L .CD
Charleston, raining fi4 Ifi T
Atlanta, cloudy S4 14 fl
Augusta, cloudy 63 * .62
Savannah, raining | M j 10 .w
Jacksonvlljc. raining .... fi* : 12 7*
Jupiter, cloudy 7* j fi .01
Key West. pt. cloudy . 6) L
Tami*. raining 7fi L j .01
Mobile, clear 70 L J .01
Montgomery, raining 60 14 T
Vicksburg, dear fit L .n
New Orleans, clear fi< fi m
Galveston, clear 72 L .#>
Corpus Chrlstl. clear .... 73 L .66
Palestine, clear fi* L art
Memphis, cloudy | 6s , fi .oo
Cincinnati, cloudy fid io .oo
Pittsburg, cloudy | fi2 L .00
Buffalo, dear fi2 22 j o
I>etrolt. dear sfi ; la .00
Chicago, clear sfi , fi ,u)
Marquette, clear fifi io .oo
Kt Paul, dear fi2 L .00
Daveni>ort. clear fio L .00
H< IjOUIs. Cloudy 62 fi .00
Kansas City, dear fi2 fi .06
Oklnhorns, dear fi4 L .to
Dodge City, clear s#> .(J6
North Platte, clear fifi t; .■>
W It BoyerT"
Loral Forecast Offlcki:
Liverpool. Oct. 12 —We kly <a>tton siatls
Total sales of All kind# 34.m0 bales;
total sale* American. 23.666; English spin*
tiers 'aklng#. 46.000 Toial exports. fiOfrt.
If port f 11 kM MU; * *
cm, 19.000. Bto<'k of all kinds. 14*.rp ;
siock. Arneri#*an. 91.000 Quantity .ifloit,
all klml*. 270.660; quantity afloat. Am-rl
ran 2.*-fi.*#' Total sales of iil.ifUni r #Jt)
bales; total sales to exf>orlers. 2.2*.
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
DONNELLY DRUG CO.,
DRUGS. SEEDB. ETC.
Mall orders solicited. Bell phonw TA
V: 8 --Sand for free sample V. (k P.
112 Broughton Street, West.
Some confusion in arranging stock, but well ore
pared to take care of our customers.
We don’t know all about the Furniture and Carpet
business, but our thirty years' experience with the trade
of Savannah is sufficient guarantee that we know- SOME
THINGS. Call and be convinced.
LINDSAY & MORGAN
The Old Reliable.
KNOWN BY ALL NATIONS.
.&an , wa' cugp.
Twice the price could buy no better.
LIPPMAN BROS., Savannah Agents.
From the most celebrated ntinoiMClirm, both fire-proof and
burglar proof safes and vault door*.
4V> carry an Immense stoek off Fire-proof kafea. Our stock em
braces a very elegant line from 700 o I.vnni poands, Inclusive,
single nnl doable door*, and a visit to our establishment to In
spect these elegaiet safes will he a source of much prolli and t~
stmotion to our friends.
The price will he as low as any really Fire-proof kafe raa be
made, and our motto Is Quality and kafety of the first Import*
fiend or call on us for further particulars, catalogue and prices.
Wholesale Agents for Manufacturers
of Fire-Proof Safes.
RECOIII) FOB 9TOIKEOFT*.
Mnddrlt Ma#f Tn,lr I'ltlraao Men
Fan the %lr.
ritt,h irx Pa > It—Waddell ma-t*-
the i-non'p record for strikeouts by ttrak
lttg twelve of (he t'hl-'itjoi fat' the elr.
Attendance. I.SOCi. Score:
R H E.
Plttsburc .. .. lool ft 0 x-3 i 3
Chlcaao ft 0 ft ft ft ft t ft ft—t S 2
be)lerte, Waftileil and /.tmmer; Oar
vln and Donohue.
Slew turk, Tt Brooklyn. 4.
Brooklyn. Ort. 11.—New York won to
day* same tn the second, when w.th two
out. five sinxlrs. two double, and a haw
on halt* srore.l seven runs Donovan
settled <lnwn after that, but the lead wa*
!.v> much for Brooklyn to overcome
Score: H.H E.
New York ...ft 7ftft 0 0 ft ft-7 3
Ilrooklr n . ; 0 ft ft 2 ft ft~( It 2
Hnt.ertes—Hawley and Bowerman; Don
ovan and Steetmrn
Boston Won MnndHy.
Phllndrlphtu. Oct. 11 —t’on.l was wild.
,nd hi, niptieri was mlsera.de. Asa re
suit Brwton won handily. Score R II B
I'hi.adelphla 0 ft 0 0 1 t 0 2-4 |ft
B.>,ton 0 0020133 i>—ft 13 1
Batteries—<'onn and Itoußla,,: Willi,
Beaults at Morris Bark.
New York Oct It.—The \V**t, best-r
High Weiaht Hamlicap wa, the feature
of a good da>', racing at Morris Park to
day Alar I Bcheck, the Western 2-year
old. won It tn < ommandlnx style. KivlnK
weiaht to a lot of Rood sprinters of the
First K.ire— Five and a half furlongs,
t'nmaaked. 4 to 1. won. with tad)- I n,us.
Cto t amt to I. ,>,-ond. and Silverdale. 13
io 3. third. Time 1:03'.. t'nmasked wa*
dtMjualttted for foul and Lady t'm-a,
placed first. Silverdale second and Fire
Second Race—Five ami a half fttrlontr*.
selling Snark. 7to 1. won. with Animos
ity. 7 to t and 5 to 2. second, and Annie
Thompson. 6 to 1. third. Time 1:05
Third Race—New Rochelle, one mile,
sedlnic <sreeno,-k. *to 5. won. with Kin*
Barleycorn. 7 to 10 ami out. second, ami
Oread. 1* to 1. third. Time 1.43'^
Fourth Race—Westchester Ilißh Weight
tl,indie.i|,. stx and a half furlong,.
Albol Biheck, ft to 2. won. with
Rush 7 to 1 and i to 2. eciond. ard Kln
nlklnnlck. 3 to 1. third. Time 1:22
Fifth Race—One mile, seillnx. t’arhun
cle, even. won. wlih Armor. 7 to 2 end .7 to
5, second, and Rlnaldo. 3U to 1. third. Tim >.
Sixth Race—On* mile and an elahth.
Relgrade. Ift to I. won with Catnp-nxa
tlon 5 to 1 amt 2 to 1, soeond. and Ham
mock. 3 to I, third. Time 1:5644-
Bares at l^ilnatnn.
I.exuixton. Kv.. Oct 11 - Summaries
Th* West Stake. 22 d0,,, trottlnx.
purse 32.000 fiaat-alto won three
e r.ilKhr heats and race; Annie Burn,.
,e,K>rat, Ebhu. third Time 2:i!*, 2 11 :
2:t Trot; purse 31.500. York Boy won
third, fourth and fifth heat* and race;
Nerretta second, tvlnnln* first and sec
ond heat*. Onward Silver, third Tim,
I ll's 2:11. 2 to'*. 2 12. 2flft>
The Laxlnxton. *2.000. for 2-year-oU]
trotters Er.range won two straight
haatt and race Melton second. Beast*
Brown, third. Tiro* 2;12V 2 21.
Laandry f aught on Flra.
Rome Oa.. 11.-Tha White Cloud Steam
t-aundry caught on fir* about 2 o’clo-k
tht* mormng The damage wa* about
Continued from Seventh Page
I.7ft; Jersey 1Z.1Mt2.75.
•heese. steady; large while. IV- ma
Peanuts. steody; farcy hand-picket. *1
♦%< . other dorrjeeilce. 2*4840.
Cubing. quiet: Ijor.g Islanl, per IT
Freights to Idverpool. quiet, rollon t-jr
cnTTov hkki) on,.
New York. Oct. 11.—Cottonseed ell
steady. owing lo light supplies, hu> whirl
In rather poor demand, w ith pr|. e un
• hinged Prime crude harrele. nominal,
prime rummer yellow, 77c. prompt; el?
summer yellow prime winter yel
10w.414142 prime while. >•; prim* tr.eil
13S <?) •..'* W>.
■ iiit ti.n niRKETa.
Chicago. Oct. 11 —The strength whrh
wheat exhibited early en-dny lnrtum"-|
ron-Merahle by Ihe re-openlng of mill*
at Minneapolis, was lost later. l>e'ember
rllnK ftc slider yesterday Corn -led
higher, nnd oala *4r lower. Pro
visions dosed hut little changed
The leading future* range.] as follow*
Opening. Highest. Uowest. Cioslnr.
Wheat No. 2.
on 75% 7S>, 74% 7IN
Nov 7.>Mt7t> 7*i , *4t7R 1 4 TM TiV
Her. ... 7*',G7S% 7* 75'a Wa
Corn No. 2.
Oct 40% 4U4 401, 4*'y
Nov S7t..fiS7S <7%wJ7% 37% "N
Dec SF.t/JS 33 fiSSVa 34% W
Oala No a
31% asea't :• .j 7 >
Nov 21% ri’a Zl% 7"
Dec 22>*821% 22% 22% S.
Mess pork per barrel.—
Oct. ... *l*ol *i*nt| lrtl I!** 1
Nov II * 11 K II 11 S'*
Jan 11 *> u gr, 11 M 11
1-ard, 4> r luo pounds.—
Nov 7IS 72S 7 12*4 7 17't
Jan * 77% *7% * 77* *
Short rib*. i*r 1< pound*.—
Oct 7 > 7 *7% 7 *>
Ndv 7 01 7 0S O*! 1 * *'*
Jan IS * 27% * IS
Cash quotation* were a* follow- Fin r.
steaily: No 3 spring wheat. 7l'vW7* ,
2 red. 77c; Vo. 2 corn. 41%e; No I yel'nw.
♦l'stltlV. No. 2 oats. 23%r; No J w-Us.
‘.S|_'V: No. .1 white 2S%(|2>V v ® 1
rye. M%r: fair lo choice mailing
.Ytf/*Oc; No 1 flsx-eed, *1.708171 “ _
1 Norihwesiern. JI.7OGI.T*: prime ilrtio* 1 '
sre*l. mere pork. P- r harrej*
*ls 0wn.''..50, lard, par l'* l>oun<l- 7
S.:*>; short rlhe sides. Moose). F ' |
dry waited ahoulders. (boxed). **.<*•'• if *‘ n
short clear side*, (boxed). **JMt*4'
GEORGIA SEED RYE
SOUTHERN SEED KYR.
TEXAS RED R. P. OATS.
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