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ENVELOPE WAS $5,000 SHY.
HTftt*<;r thi •- \ 'iiii-si*:m
OF SOAK* II) RIFHKW.
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n r i. liiiM.n.- K. ksitrln.
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whol. .1 .lr> • *- hot* IU.I .to **l
of liir |Mirtnr* i. it. I* imi ai< ntvl <* ut |
i, l.a' hit I—-•*.- of *•"’• n til, it to
outtn in n -nvrloin .-nt •' • '
m .k* *1 I ' 1 ' •
min. .1 llonklr tli.il -nm ihai It - 'll'
I, • -
tlon only ••• I- I 1 .ir.4, forth
-0r... Aav 1-* • k Mf Krk.lrln mii
t.> t':* (>ntr;il V. i! m 1 f’.aiik wh r* h*
U d*-p f. r .m I ii- a a rh- k for 15*
rq. *klng th** . .I*l Mf Y*'U?ig. * or |
Mils of I!r* '• t .mlnsiKi He v. t* given
tune *>m * r .ft flr.llAl ”*
flv.-hunrrd .1.1! MIN Tnsn In- a-;,ed
Ihs <.i bier to *i;ivr them put Ifi •* Di'g* l
#!. Vl*lf‘ (*' . *** W .111* 1 Ito *•'! 1 t’* l **
by oxt>r This wia l<m* and Hie | .
t a ham!< 1 t.> him
Tlmi a.wrt*;g to ti, r'ory told by
the i-hler. th met h int
nru) marked 11>** <nv 't-*T*< %•.**** ! *•
iVr.f' returned it to the - ii-htrr nt
request* t him h f*rw rl t • Suvanroin
mUmg wuth the ?•-t *f th* uh l.u n
Th*‘ PHYPIofM' ' • tliro. :*>l * Mr 1., k
stein s w/i* t tin h- ‘-I *f
tl.* ?A.vsr.t.-t*. lions* Air Yo-iik took it
Mr l*> kM*ln 4. ft *it !,; mk
•'At (hf 4os-* of lMi-*|,. *- Mr F+'k
stein’s j.v kK . miirk' -l f *v. t ikn
lo an offn'o of tin A.ioni Kxpi. v *oni
|>any M a f th* t>tik \*•
cv-lp! e- i-.l f. t an marko.S on.l i4
wa-i farxartlf'-i !* ■ • ’• wittti th- *thT
fM, k*K" of nM4i > that h.*.l Irom
Itx* wiir* Itnnh
“Xothtt'K • . nnl **f i ')• tu it '* r 'in*.l
J.ito Tu* *.lv nltfht. mfwl t!‘n Mr <!up
tivp K*t trNr.im fi.*m nix
Mot be' in Saxnrwish, *.ylru: that th> •
Vf’ktip'' fii-l n-• i riv i'ivi‘l, Imt t* onmi In -
j oniv fs,t* It tt* peihi th.it tlUPtav** i
Kok.’.toin bii.t %vlt t. n his hr*Ah*-r of Mjo
tnm>Ai tlon. nmt tbat th.- .‘nvHpr wouUI
contain f!o,<n*i‘ Mr
matter into the* t an.ls of hlx attorn* v "
As tbo Arm of Gu*tav<> Kt’kxfrln A t’o.
b/ only m • ntly .llssolvnl. ant .‘ toth
|>artnorj an w**l known In Havannah, th# j
story Is natuialiv of whin b‘ rr
Mr Ktnll K-k t*lr .'* n hi* • ni*ht
at bli* r# Kl.h n< . No. "!* IluntlnKl*n
ptr*4. ra*t. t*\ t Mornlnn N* a- rc|*>ri.r
nd ha< *kM what hsht ti** rould throa
upon thn rcpoct.Nti dlMpiK-aianc 1 . of th* ,
Mr. I>kxtf*ln wai at first nvrrss to <lls
ci#<lnK thr matter, but when toUl that
the Afs.x iatr.l l*r hal wnt tti** stry
out from Now York h* mad* a full stats- I
m* nt Tno motley, or rather th** rnvpl*
opa sabi to i 4itsin the flo,ooo. h* wld, |
notlve I hen on th J*wJ.hli New
Year, Hep* 21. amf wan d*llvrr.d at the ;
store of Kck*!* In A Cos. on Brouirhln
str* et. the .l.*y followlm:. Tiiaailay. J 4 * ,t. |
25 .Mr U (1 J4*'hw urr ? *aum who his
Men the rontbU nttal man of tin- firm for ,
several years. n<l who was his brother’s j
representative In the dissolution. mil who
Is now in t’harae of the store with powt r
<if attorney, w.s |r‘** , nt, both at the re
rfdVlnK and the o;*enltiK of the envelope
and saw that it only * *ntiinl F< '*•*
"I have iNtn ;ulvl**d t*oth by my at
torne>s tint) th** ri*r*r* ntatlves **f the
gfcrtMnern Kxi r* >s *%mi|an> *’ sl*l Mr j
K kst. n. “to say nothin# %vha;ever nlxtut
the- matter, l-ut us the story baa been
mhl- imolt It is not n**< • --* iry to main
tain -■ r- > Itoth Mr Hchwarxbaum
anti mv#*|f ha*l le*en udvlxsd ty mv !
brother <>f b*s tntentior of shipping IHum I
here by ex pries in the manner lesorHs*l
th** repre>* ntatlve of my brother In th** j
dissolution. I mil r*s-i !v* i 'l n letter from
him fftvlnir Jie particulars of the shl|s
ment. I h.*l r**< i ivwl a (Mistal cant, in
which the amount <-ontttln*'l In the en
velo|s> w.i*. given in .in *;.! cipher, for- !
Werly nse-i by th** firm of l’‘r ink A K k i
stein, th** cipher statufln# f*r tpi.tam ow
ing to the eirrumstan.es of this* shipment
w. naturally :eok • ireful note of it.
**\Vh< n the cnvel *f>r- w.i *lel|vere<l nt }
our office, the day after New Year’s. Mr
Schwarsbatim was ir -ent. uiml . all.*) m\
attention to the f.iet fria; 1 was onl\
signing for f ■•*> an.l at his suK--silon I
called the attention of the express mH
eetig. r to the f.ict The * nvel< |. was tsk
en to the l><* kk - per’s and sk ami 1 asked
Mr. Hehw.irxbaum for the use of hi** knife
He replied that ue had I -a y.| it to on**
of the young la*ilas and siarterf to set It.
1 ;* cash boy und setit him for th*
knife. On Ivin# it I cut open the
env*l.pe and found ii\. fioou bills Kuir
of were legal tender not* * and on*
was a 11.000 gold • ertltb ati 1 Hotel this
fa* t because It was the that gold certifi
cate of thi- det •miration | had scan,
though 1 had sect many of IMI and Isas
**tktli Mr. Kchwatzhaum and m\s*lf re
marke*t at ; • ti;*i the f t that th*
envelope onlv > nti.n. I Mr
Hchwarshaum remark* and that |w> #lbly two
en%-elo|ie** hat beet. >.*n with each,
though our advl* e* er* not to this ef
fect, und went t th. ixpre-s offb*** wher**
h* m.nl* IrKiuiry. 11-* was Informed that
there was n other pa. hug* of this har
acter for us I ImrmdUtteiv n<lvls**d
my brother ly wire of Ih* *llk r.*pu .*>.
l-iter I c.>nf*rred with tn< • \p**-s p* ...
pie atid with one of lh*tr attorneys Mr
Bteph**ns of dultigrion A Ht* ph< -* T *lr
request wfis tbai 1 **hould k*ej> absolutely
qtslet untV the matter u l inv* -
gated. Our own attorneys. Carrard A
Meld rim. gave the sam sdvk*
“When I first opened the lctrr m I
took tMSt tht r |
*T tore the envelop*- halt in two and t *s
It one ski** When I discovered ’h
discrepancy 1 rondudnl *h. ii wMiid I*--
well to ke p th. enveJofM* ai>d pla< **d It m
the safe A day or two later, after re , -
Ing positive assurances from tny brother
that the letter hud .ordained |HM> c I
inu.k' a mofi cr*ful Investigation and
found that it h oi evidently be. ii oje-n 1
anil pa*i-d l>g*?thsT again t*efoie r .idling
me. This proved *ooclulvel) Ihui the
eflvelo|e had t.uii|ei.| with, wher ,
It Is Impos'dbl* to *v
Mr . K kste.n md that It wu \ **rv un
usual for i!K*ic> t. Ih epr*'S •*1 in i
manuer, the amount actus.ly ehlpi*. 1I --
Ing l ire* .> in * xc* -- *•' the anwxim sut •,
ond h* was it a loss to explain his
brothers action In th** matter. Th** ex
press company i>. of course, only liable
for the amount nominal!) intrusted to
Its cars, <4i which charge* were past
Air. fcekstem wrote tne t'entrai National
Itank iftout the matter, and received * j
repl> from fishier fhirl*- S Yxing
1n which the la’ter at tH| *o*ltlvely chat i
the money was snipped as directed, the
envelope containing nine ll.ooh bills **rd
two bills, the figure* li.W being
placed on the envelope and tne envelope ;
expressed for thr amount.
“The package could not have been tam
pered with this side of Jersey City." snd
Mr. Eckstein, “as 1 have been Informed !
b% the . xpre— people that this pi kagr
with-• % era I oU)*rs. p|*<w| in an
j *x;.r - * t-xi* at Jerw* \ <*ity, t:e ,-afe not
'in .|h ied until its arrival here. !
•< utuy • vplain the loss hy tn suppo*i
it it an* |H*rM4i :• th* l*atik rn■ i-*
! hive nverheard th** instructions gj\ti
' ti. by m* brother, and have
*K.<nh>ge nf the ♦ lr amstancee. s iHJi*-
' rn* a' + of i cold* de, a ln |h* l *nk *r
w h the expr* romimiiv * i*. imp*s*l*.,.
•- *a) The ae* is a very mysterious
Not*ithetaiMflmt: t r*>*ent ll h solution
*.f the firm said .V|i K k iein, ni'
bro* h* r ,tn*l I .ir*- on the be-t c.f term*,
*• I 1 regret cx<-ceding!,\ hts **f this
amount Th* dlssolutloti had b***n r*
tit .••! though I had not uto n eff -i at
t * * imi ii -1 if** m*>ne> wat* to be used
in • * ing m\ Inter.-at In h firm It w •
•x ***llriglv lortunat* IN Mr Hchwarr.-
baum. w.'io 1- file |s r **i l fej>rrsefi*a # lv**
• ! in> ! rot/li r should have happened to
I* *nt wh*n the **nv. |oj*e was r*
cel' -I and op* re I others b I shouai
*k>ilbtfee h*v- of ned the envelope alirw
a l tilighl )• i live been -uoJ*<t> I to
unjust *i*p. top In ft * matter *
Mr l -k.-' n *ll that i he Is n* g*
fating with well known firm- her* with
n view ? f* *-n*erit!g bu-:t li Hv.fih
nh it i- natural nnple -ar.f f r tiitn f*>
hav# mvthlng **/ this kind is -ut ftsne*>
th*- matter has l-* n made toh|lc. how
-1 . \et. tie W.I- p< fee fly willing, he said,
t - make a full st itement of hi> knowledge
•* % 111 n him nm> h:h.
Tv% rnp -we llnllnrt hiil vpi) 4 rnl*
Istsrrai 11 in ii *1 ct for • s.* I,nas.
<o •• an Intel* sting **,•*■ that w.i- *-ar*l
v i r<inv <ft*ri, '4i tn th* f’ourt f Mair
i tri ■ Natl-..i - was tha# **f Annl* An I* r
ti. * .lor* and. \*if i th* I'hiiad* Iphla I.oan
o*?l * . t>f will* n 11. 1,. In k* is nrut*ru
lor. and < M Mal|*h*m. manager. The
gro.’.nd on whl h th.* suit w *s brought
was ii-urv ar I the mun.in told an inter
• ,ng .-'tor* of her d*.iliftg> wltli th*
firm She ltd fiat she had
b n and ai n with the Hnn *'fhre for prob
ibl\ thr*** \nrs and that during that
tlm* tij* to last Inn* . -he had. with the
x prion of two m*nlhs. paid regn
il • j* h ni**i h. ll.w. th** monthly Inter j
•ui I'*, or 121 ** •* i- h year In Interest
**!**. tha* sum In n wav releasing h r i
from her obligation to |*iv th*- original .
sum borrowe*!. si.
Hhe fell t*ehfiji In her payments some
tinm ago und th** loan office >m **h*
claims, wimoiit bgnl authority, -else*!
her furnltur* und stove, and carted ih*m
iw \ In *rd*r to -atinf' this latm for
s.'* arwl lot* rest At rhls prdnt *f the t* sil
m**i \ the old woman's t*r> b* nnv <iutte
funny of th* sHsorw she swl ;
lie just com* *• H.* h*iiiH and i m*r th* '
chlng- and when he got 'em out 'lowed ;
h* •! burn th* hous* up. ! mid him h*
had no thorlty of law to take 'em. ami so 1
b* went out ami purrha-*d a while man
i** fl*'t th** **fhc r ll** come In and set
In a • dir crossed hl logs, and lowed to
th** m Vow g* nbeod an*l tuov* 'em ’ ”
If s* m- that after the selsure the firm
recognised that It was Illegal und likely
to cause Iroubb. for a- soon s th- ma
ter wa put lnt< the hands of the wo
man's atiorni v. Mr H K. Wilson, the
g***al.s wr returned.
Mr Wilson enter eel suit for sosne |o aixl
o*bl k>llars. the amounts paid in during
th* woman's mating.- with the llrtn. hut
owing to statutory limitations governing
such cages could nly teeover the usu
rious Interest f.*r th* present year which,
le-s %:> whb h ih* woman bad borrowed
and not returned, amounted to 11.1 m. At
torney for th** defense, Mr W. F. H’ater.
gave notice of an a|*peal
Till; RIILIKK Ft Ml < Id>4F.II.
I,t llentll fnue*- of SIINI.IN) to l•al
veslon Mode Yesterday.
Mr W I* lialb-y. treasurer of the Oal
vest on elb*f fun*!, s**t yesterday to
Treasurer John Healey at Halveston a
••heck for 91* 99. l.eing itie amount re
mriinlng on ha ml cf tr contributions for
ltt relief of the distress*l |*cople of i,il
veston This makes a total of s.'.q*o.l& re
mitted t date an a result of the cltlien’s
relief movement, check f.ir ts.<bt hav
ing first been sent. foHowe*! later by n
ch* k for l.'sxr Th* following are sub
ecrlptions w tilch have not b**en previous!)
a* know iedged
Through th*- Morning N< ws $i go
Mb* Nellie Murphy, NPi*rors
N**-*’rown <*lr. Kliikn daughters |I.OO i
St Philip's A M K Church, colored.
West Hn>.l and Charles street.
through C C. <*arglie pastor $400!
liM'iuding the sl.*rm remitted by the Ha .
viimi.ih Hcvievol* nt lsllon. the re
mittal ce* by th* Savannah of Klks
ai. l th** Masont l*s|g*-- an I something
over SJutt rea'.lse*! from the firemen's ball.
th* total amount *t ib** xuhst'rlpllons .-enr
to tin* relief of Galv* ston from Savannah,
s rar as known. 1- alniut $7..kX Then
w* r* *loubtb*se *rlm* remittances which
h v not he*n triad* publl
The rcmlttiim • y* -terday by itie tr* ;s
--ur* r os* the ciffcxen'* relb f m<v*-m**til
and the anno in rment Is r**|Ust*<l that
m 1 urih*r s*i *- 1 Ifitions will U re> elv* I
a' the i'll) Exchange
<lll IKT % 1 MM K t FT.
i ity May Place dm- m t-'.luhtli Street
I'.iiat tut* ttMiie.
The resldenta of th* S uthel*le n?ay get
a town lo* k after all. Mayor Myers has
requested th* Kin* <*tmmltiee of Council
to look Into the m iti r of placing a clock
lr the tower of the new *nglne hous** now
In course 'f con-r 11 tlon at K ghth an I
Howard sir* ete.
11 will in- n* essary 10 have .1 tower on
th* engine how for a lire b* ;i. and I* Is
thought that by a slightly in* r use I ex
penditure the tow* r ran Ih* mad** to serve
for a <lo* k an well, tn* same I**4l serving
for tin- lock ami for the t) • alarm The
tmimi'i*'. lit- taken the m >tt* r up with
tlt* contractor and will |>r..taoly be abb*
t. make a r*>|Miri at th* m**etlng of Coun
cil next w* ek.
The nuggestlon that i rlo* k t*e pla**ol
on th** tu* station w • first made bv the
Morning N* w sum* w.. k* sin* - w hen M
was Mated that the archite tine of th**
r w - no*l building would not acmlt of
tht addition Of a dock tower,
TWO 11 lllik MEN IHIIKATKII.
< liitra-l With *tfilling Itrasar* From
tlie 4. A. 1,. Hallway.
T.iere were but few arrests yeaterday
by th. fioln though two of them promise
to have Interesting developments.
J * <’rtled#* in*! F C. O’Connor
whit* w* • ♦ni to 1 * barm k** by Pa
trolman <’ N. Murphy, on th*- charge of |
-t. ahrii hr •. *• from the Seilonl Air
I-In* Hallway. Th* m* n wer* arrestetl al |
Andrew flu la* rr rolore I. was arresbd i
by I’an.dm.m t’onn r*. who charg' and him
• | •* 1 . 1 | , t
Till) ATI Mi K 14 t 4 MINI*.
i It) ’■ Heeelpt lias It tin (internment
lied Tape baautlet.
Mayor Myers has receive! no* ice from
the Treasury Department at Wathing on
that the city’s recelp* for the 130.000 which
the government Is to pay for the quaran
tine station, has been received tuert and
has taken the usual course require 1 by 1
government red tape The check Iteelf is
expected to be forthcoming within the next .
week or ten days. I
THE MORNING NEWS: FRIDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1900.
WANT MEN AT THE POLLS.
H Il*l 111-1* %Y( IRDIIHTet HH H Kl*-
I(|4FNT%riON % T lOU’.MMIIt
Messrs. 11 It I.eaUrn and llrur>
Blau. Jr., t andldales nesprellvrl)
for t nairrsamAß and Presidentla*
F.|frt*r From ‘lhi* District, %*l*
•be f minty € nmniluinnrrs t lilfe
Them Hepreoewfaflon Imnng the
llsnaim anil t Irrk**—Thr M**|iirsf
Will Doubtless Hr I nmptled With
hi f natniluileNrrs—Ollier Matters
lleforr ftir Monthly Med
The bounty Pom mips loners received at
their meeting yesterday afternoon a com
munication from the Rewibllcan candl
'■ *i,t. - for coiigr* -man nl presidential
el*'*tor from this district, asking that In
th*- selection of managers .*nd clerks of
the eie tlon next month, they be rer
mltt*--j representatDn at the polls
The letter -lgri*l by Messrs !#**-
keti and Dlun. the < andidates It recbe l
the fact of the ele t|on next month, an l
tti < ii'tom <>( th* 1 mmbMoner- to aele* t
managers and clerks some time In ad
vance of the day fixed, giving partle* or
f tlotn Interested ref*res**ntatl**n Thi*.
snl*i the lett*-r. was all that was asked nr
wanted D wa 4 ' not |nt**nd**l to a Ivo* it*-
fh* * ialms of any particular individual to
the iinslttcn of manager or clerk, though
M> -ms l.'.tketi and Hhm si#>d that th- \
would be gl i to furnish a list *>f th**ir
ailherents, deemed suitable by them to till
these position*, from which the "anmis
sloners rntgtit make their own selection
Th** communication was read by <*|erk
Duller, t’halrman Dal** said that it wu
customer* to give parties or factions In
terested In the resun *f an election rep
r* ntatlon at the polls, the practice be
ing f*r * a h party r factbai lo submit
the name-* of those It wanted, and th* n
for the commissioners to name tho-*
whom they * hose It was decided that the
matter should take ttiis course, the choice
of election officials being jn-tponed until
a day shortly preceding the election,
when s;*eual m*eilng of the comml
sl* ners will b* called and the managers
and -*ierks ch*en Tl* comm Ins lotiei
getic rally expressed themselves quite Will
ing to give ih** Republicans the r. pr*s*n
tatlon that they uskel. saying that tt was
nothing more th. n fair ai.d right
Imniig itie meeting the * omoi|ys|oner
were In conference with Tax i'oilector -I
J M'Oow.m an Sheriff Thomas Hweeny.
11l reference fo the rolktlloi) of overdue
taxes Th- '-ommissloners were furnish
*.l with list of th*e iV *i -1 whom •x*
• . iitift* - hu*l been issued for deitnquen*
taxes. ant wanted to know why some of
these had not oeen code* ted In making
this query Chairman Dab* exp.alne*! that
It was not a *’omplalnt. ns mnler the ad
ministration of Sheriff Sweeny the
|in*iuent taxe lin*ft been colie te.| with
greater vigor thon hal been the case for
a ntiml*er of v * ars.
The sheriff explained reasons controlling
III* several Item** on th/ list The most
H-rlous o*>taci* be confessed, was th
failure of he oherifT's office In the pit
to 1 ollct cost** and expenses from too
county, when tho county became the
pur-baser of land sold for taxes Il:s
Inability' to co.lect had made him some,
what chary of Incurring expense for *l
veitising when tie was not certain tnat
the property would l*e m>ll to someone
other than the county.
The evident Injustice of this appealed
al once to the . .>miri *.<*n**rs and they
tool the sheriff that in the future hi**
hills for routs ami etjirnse.* when th* v*
were du* by the county, as the purchae
* r J pmpert v at tax Mies, would
paid With thl* understanding tht* sher
iff **td fie would advertise and e* II land
against which tux exe.-utlons hwd been
isuel often as the commission* rs *l* -
rh.* report of Super Ini etWlent of Pubic
\\*rks and H**is Chaplin showed that
ilurlng ih* monfh of Heptemb r the *>n
vlct forcew of the count) had been steadi
ly employe*!. A force had fe*n kept nt
work surfacing the lul*v|!le road, but th
completion of this part of ih** county sys
tem of publl** highways Is being In p h|
by the failure of the contractor to furnish
the needed amour of Augusta gravel,
with which the surfacing Is being done.
The Harmon I'anal. that runs from ih**
rear of th** old Vernon Race Track to F 't
Creek. Into which It . rnpiu—. is l> ing r -
cut, The work Ik been ncede I and Is
giving relief to the drainage nf that >cc-
Moti of th** county bordering on or n*ar
the While llluff road.
During t Im* month of Heptemher there
was an average of 2*s convicts on be
county chain gangs, the largest Average in
th* history* of the institution In this coun
ty. There have been more at one time on
the gang than this average, hut neve *
kirge an average for am month At p• *-
ent there ire nearly of quit** at the
Camps and on the county farm.
mu on hi >1 urn o ron rum
Turned Oxer fo the t Ity t ourt t hnnt
*l \\ Ith Mteallng the l*lpe.
In the Recorder’s Court yestevla\ ten
case were tried. t*i<* of them that of
Mar in McHugh, having been contlim-d
from the day before The pipe, whl n
It Is charged was stolen by the prison* r.
tva- again |n evidence. M lingo ha 1 u
iuiml>er of witn* -*e>. who averred tnat
they had seen the defctalant either w.th
that pip*’ or one that closely reembl*l
It. for sometime before the theft from
Day street off! e, Mr A M Barbee, who
was introduces! by the plalvKlff to blent If y
the pipe, swore most |H)s|tlv*]y that it
was the property of the plain:lff. that he
had color*.l it for him hy spc< ial pro
cess. nnd that he had notice*) while toe
. i|** w*** in his p>**4>*-don several mark
by which It louhl b*- kl*utlfls|. nnd
whb h lie pointed out to tlu* court were
*hi the pipe, m evidence.
M’Tlugu was remand e*l to the City
Court on a charge .( simple larceny, ii
gave ' hat*l for his appearance.
<’hah Wii.n atx! A Winn, colored,
chanced with the theft of n watch from
Mr H. A Pearce und V I, Bock field
white, to whom the negr*n s s.ikl the
watch. nl who Is chtirg**-! with r**i • tving
stolen g<H*ds. were not trle.l yententev
the ase being continued until this morn
Al**x James. .in*t William J>ne*. colore.l '
• barged with th. thef: ©f a pistol from
J***- Davis, w r discharged.
The other < ases were of no particular !
M<OLKK BTOVK Kll-I.IIOKH.
4 Nlserf a l ively Kieltenient %rounl
The explosion of a gasolene stove In the
pki ** of the Paul Plumbing Company, tin
*l* r Hie Knights of Pythias building, late,
yesterday afternoon, caused some llttiex
-> It* m* 1 t In that neighborhood. A tale-j
phone message was sent to headquarters
and the omhinat!on chemical wagon re-j
sponded. There was pra Al ally no dam
and heroes' facts distinguish our r.ew
playing cards—new series Just ltturd TV
send them prepaid for 25 uents money or
stamps Racks are red. green, blue or
brown, with gold Malr-Nutrlne Dept,
Anheuser-Busch Brewing Association. 8t
I-outs. Mo —ad.
4.4. Mil l. MJvxjM,.
Keeper of l.suri-l tirovs D**|srU
I ailrr m * load.
C Clifford Hill, k |*cr of Insure! drove
<>m#t*-ry, has ef* the city, leaving no
a oun* f his Menu..l aid orr-umahly
caving ti “ ** iI- afe M H
acqualnte*! .1 fri* 1 and with tt:*- fa t *f Ms
Intended d*x srturc W*dn*sday nig;i* re
•pi ting this friend, who Is alx a '-imlly
i coin* Jon, to l<- k after his three chll
Mr W W Osborne, who I- Mr Hill’s
I bondsman wi* 1 it!e*| hy this party \e*.
j terday morning the cemetery keei*er's
I disapp* arm* e. an*l lmmedlat‘l ntlfie |
: Mayor Myers. Ti'** lit let wa very nu**h
j surprised us h* had no previous intima
tion of th* i* --‘•lbiUty • f mi* h an >• ur
Ilffiry fSarwes. foreman of dry culture
for the • 1-tern w- tlon, wu* **po<nte l to
j fill the vm< ancy cm- 1 by the *li*aprear
4iu*e of Hill. r>* n ling in # i* ctjoii ly conn
jc|| Capt 4; It Pritchard, of. th*- city
trc.iHiirer’s office, was Instructed to audl*
i Hill’s 4' * unt* and •*. .-* *li hi* stand-
I mg with th* ity It Is feared (hat th** a
- ounting will j*h**w *♦ consbler ible short
age though the fees turned In b\ the
I It Is only on this **upfw>sltlon of a shor -
j age in his *1 counts that Hill’s frleh'ls an
- • ount for ni*s *K-llb*raf** let*>rTrinit!.it
I1 o tak- French leave It |s known tnt
I he vs 1* |n|el4*<l to S4>m* -xtcnf t* vart-
I on** fri* fule from whom n- fiad borrow v|
while .11 Tin,n>i! straits, but It is no<
1 t '*'!iev*-I tbw this .*|on** would • oun* f*i
Th* <viai* >■* llll!’** downfall n-*t for
! tos* ek He Wits . devotes* of fhe |M'l< -
•ard* and wa-. known to b* n . i. *-■*
. **f the linker room* of in. city He
j • kiuhier s loss ' on-i*) ribb* mom In this
I manner S-mti* t ire. montus fig * Hid
reported fo the Mn- or tt- • he h ( .i , |
*l* ntaliv !•* almhm sl-V of t| • it' - mat'ss
; while on his win fts-m the cemMerv ♦ *
j ’•• Exchar ; Tte •t* *lv*s wire also
j inform***! of the |<>. and r. -j j* * . | to aid
it ’h* ir ti | | now kr wn t‘
Hill lost this money in o poker gam*
1111 l was a bright and ipibj. young
.. and a d hnv* hot we Hi was
I w idow.-r With * hr*children, mti ii
I fo ,lv ** In ami as ih# pta e pays $1 <••• a
'♦sir With full . oromv * . .nil.l h 1 \*>
i got along nl.lv I ID] mi-*-es|.d Mr
| and 1 Kent), keil a keeper of ih* t * me
! tery mlkmii h vear \u wh*i r ( -. r
lisrewfM .4fui comluct t# tn* Mayor
HI HMD Wltli Ml .1 | f |f<o\
I'#iinful Injariea Vnslnlsed lu y? r . J.
Mcfarath In K**Hn**n Iron \lrk.
Mr. Jihn McGrath 1 moulde- Ee
hr*e s iron Works, wa*- painfully burned
• lay before vesterdav hv fhe of
a ladle of melted Iron The moulten m
tal splashed on his right arm. thigh, and
foot inflicting such painful burn- th.v ,V
hu since lieen laid up and the and ci r
thinks It w I I lie two m ©•* • t*efore h
will !► abb *0 rriiirn to his- work
Mr Met Jrui h had pret .r* and a mould an I
sumhl hy h waiting for t h* nmial t. |h>u-
Into It Two n gioes w er* Ir.iw.iu ih*
Mery stuff m heavy ladle containing
flfiy pounds or inor* w .icn on* .f the men
stumbled ©ml fell, raitslng the <>ther a so
to let go his grip on tladle handles
with th** result that the iron was splashed
In all directions One of tne negro > was
sjghtly burn* *) oi and w is una le to wor**
yesterday, but Mr Mctdraih received the
worse burns. A mass of the nietal s ruck
him on the foot. wher*- h* re **lvc 1 h
worst burn, and hi** 10-k, .:i *r
burning almost through hi** shoe, ills in-
Jurlee w.xiM hav. hetrn even more s -rlou •
but for the tlrnciy .i.- lsj.m * of hi* fel
low’ worker*, who promptly took iho sh c
off and put flour on ih* foot. H was put
in h buggy and lak* 11 home but fainted
imm*ii.i .*4' • f?#-r r*.*hlng thcr* Ir \N
E. Norton wn ali*d in arl lit -d tfe
(IT (IFF 111. \n.
*sn llargeas, n ( nlured Xwiirliman,
Killed in Vfiiliunril Nurds.
B.lm Burg* -<*. 11 co ore* 1 switchman of
the B*a oir i Air Elite w*as ki!|*-l in th*
l\ 4*. K. P. yards last night, about a
mile from the city, his he id being rut
from his body by the wheels of sw*l h
! engine. No 4**
Th#* accident oecurre 1 it 740 o’clock
| Burgess was roup ing some car* on one . f
! ’be side track*, and finished fhe work
Jusi as engine 4* was (Kissing on the mtiui
line lie steppe t bx*k from the ars dl
-1 *• Hy In front * f tne approaching 10.0-inotive,
inotive, and was Instantly kilUd
Coroner (Joiu* went t the *,-ene
!*<ou as he was notified aid btoucrht the
U>.|y to his establ s.m nt. * r!y this
morning Th* Inqoe-t w.i b he and prob.
ably topflight. Butg* -s was 2 years old
an Ia nntlv* of this * liy
Ml I.IAI xv IN 1 I4,\|( FINE*.
M.innurr Dill of Tfinipn Talks of tlie
Mr. F R. Dl.u. manager >f the Cuban
American Manufacturing CompanyI** 1 ** cigai
factories at Tamca. i*nt vester<lu> In
the it\. conferring with Mayor Mv*r.*,
the pr* •t. tn of the company. Mr. Dias
1* returning to Tampa from New York,
where In has been for the last two 01
three wrecks. He re|orts business rattier
dull lt> the cigar lln*- at |*r* -nt. due to
Ihe fact that dealers ar* only buying suf
tlclent st*H*k for tin lr bare needs, pre
ferring to wait until after tuo election
before giving large orders
There is also pr*p., t vf further trou
b!o im>ng the opura’lv* s at Tampa. s*mn
of the factories b*!ng threat* tn-1 w ith
strikes As th* iiv'Tw gat maker works
Hv** davs u the wk and average fll to
SIT* .1 week Mr Dlax thinks they ; ,rc
among the ln*st paid labor In th** country
but h* was not dlqxcJMxl to enter Into any
dlscmelon of the various differences which
have arisen between the cigar makers
and thw manufacturers
PH EVIDENT KM WIN HPTHF.
Plant kyalent tuttcials t.ntlier fur t
4 *ti fere nee.
President R O Erwin of tin* Plant Sys
tem. President M. J O’Brien of the South
ern Express Company and Superintend*-!::
C. L M'*-rs of th* 1 Peninsular anl *• I
dent.il Steamship Com|4ny. •• all at th
|* Soto, having arrived la-t nigh*
E is under* 1001 that there will Ik- a
conference t>-*lay *f the head* -f the sev
• lal p ant Inter*which w ijf i.,i f lo v
• and by a tour of the -y-t* m. Th* nVh:*l
tneetlugs of lh* Plant S\s cm comfHtnl -
do not tuk*- pla* *• now until Jantiarv. lot*
It Is customary for the nfti mis to vnak**
tours of th* eystt-m two or thr** time
I** • • * * I* ••• w ■ . i
pany had l***cn very -utlefaeiory for th**
4ti several month! with cv*iv proap*<t
of remaining so He do * not think that
the presidential election even wi 1 ln arfere
with thi hippy sta e of affairs
If you aufTer from Excessive Smoking
—lnsomnia or Nervousness, try Saratoga
Arondack Water All you can drink for
five cent# at Solomons’ drug store, Bull
and Chariton streets —ad.
COOL WEATHER CAME AT LAST
% STURM 111 hItIIIt IN4 F. IN THE
4.1 I.F < IHII a \l ITH IT.
Iliali lllada it nd Rain Ilona the
viiuih Itlantlr 4 Mrreary
Don n tn .“•* Degree* nnd the Mean
Temperature the l.wei It Mat
Iteen *lnee l.n*H VI i Birr-fletnber
Neurly Kinr ln-h**a Vhend on
Rnlnfall s* Fnr.
At 2 OG o’clock yesterday afternoon the
w*ather bureau received an advisory
warning g that there was a mod
erate disturbance central near ml id e
Gulf roi-i ard that ! would probably
moc northeast, g.vlng hri'-k. po*aiMy
high, northensi winds last right on the
Hoilth A tin title coast.
N further nott'e o f the s'orm was re
* eive | la er |n the day or at nigh*,
though Ihe reports that were aetit to the
bureau mi 8 o'clo- k showed that the area
of low pressure, or storm centre hid shift
*•! Mm-’shu* aru) was then off Tampa
There was v.t\ lifil*- wind there how
ever. the velocity ladng about five mh*->
in Htvannah. though w* quite a
brisk wind which sprang up In the life
if fern oi . an* I lea *hed. at il*out Id o * l-ck
a velocity of ’.** mile* an hour.
The temperature veMtrda). both the
n illinium. “**. tbs* minimum. an*l con
equenCy th** m n *4 was the lowest
that has been yet recorded during the
pie>*nt month. It was also the second
ilay on whbh th- mean temi**>rature has
b*. n Ih-I.w thr- normal whl* .1 for yester
da*. w.i- -b-gri-es. an*l which make* a
shortage for th*- *1 y of I degrees.
The rainfall which began about 3
o’clock in the afternoon measured -R
Inches It h o’e lock, while 22 inches more
fell Im*iw* **u that hour and lb o’clock
This gives I-. tii* month n actual ram
fnl! of 71 inch- *. an *-x s t date of
very rear 4 inches
The -*at* forecast for to-day Is for
ralti Hhowers ar. probable fo-m<*rrow
also Brisk north*.t- winds possibly be
omir g high **n the coast may be tmpect
M r.DDI l> 11 kr. P ITH 14 K*N.
Ilr. Jos. F. (l’Hrlen nml Hiss Ign*a L.
Fltigrrshl 'lurried lealrrda).
Mr Jose|h I o’Brien and Miss Agn*.
E Fitzgerald were married yesterday af
urnoon ct 5 o’clock ar Bt. Patrick**
* hurrh. Rev bather McCarthy i*erf*>rm
.'■h b* cerem*ny. The attendants were
Mis* Katie O’Brien, a sis*er of the
a t*w-m iir. i Mr Edward Burns Af’er th**
marriage th** (arty r* pair* and to the horn*-
of th* bride at N Perry street, west
\ * o Hock last night Mr. and Mrs
O’Brien sailed f-r New York on the Na
- *ochee Before they return. w hi*h will
b. Nov E they will visit . number of th*
7xorthem itles in* biding Washington and
i’hlln b ipbia
Mr (*’Hrln Is a well known buslnes
m in. mat ik* rof the Estate of N Paul
-en His brnle Is th* daughter of the lat<
l’fi*-n a- <• Fltageraal
'wing to . t-***4ir death In the family
n. invltatiotis wet* 4 sent out; despite thl
fact, however ther* were a number <*f
handsome presents rectlvd.
1 iwißßi ippßovß rmc n o
They Dnn‘4 ( nre for More Ctarb
limn Ire Neeeanary.
The suggestion of Gov. Candler tha:
*he iv’gi-iiture exercise more )Iscretion
qn the ratablishment of <Mltionai City
* **>urta Is w*II received In Savannah. Of
ours**, the only Interest the mem>>ers of
ue Savannah oar have in the matter k*
tli n w coiiri.o rnrati further delay n
th*- delsion of t lie tauses In which they
.r** of I‘iHinael.
D*l'. however. Is of r.iiher frequent
*>• urr**i ♦ even as the Judl ial syatem
■ f the state 1-* at (r*-sent constituted, und
"ir.’i other City Courts. in counties
where taev are nt *l*-inan*lel. th**s.
Ichiys wi t he Increase*) in number E*
< no fain f the Supreme Court that
delays * . cur. t • cause liemg the nppea*
of case* from the very many courts of
original jurisdiction, from wnich an up
p *| to the Supreme Court lie* directly.
Therefore, it Is the currently ex(ressel
vish that no more of th*ee courts lie cou
* ituted by the general assembly.
11 IFK ANKN poll h| ITuHT.
'lra. HIIIIiik (••••mlliisc Ftlea kult for
11 i •••>■ > 1 Mil ina | tier HlialiMllil.
Mrs Willie Gooding filed an application
for t* mpnrary anl (lermamuit alimony
ugalnst her husband. Hcnjnniln C. Gool
-log. in the Superior Court yesterd*' Bhe
i-ks nl*> that she Ik* allowed her Attor
ney's fes and other exjienses ln ‘urre<l tn
bring.l g the • i.*n
Dewertlon and non-support are the
giounls of tie appl) a tlon for alimony
filed by Mrs Goo*llng Her husb.ml Is
in th* employ of ti Mutual Ga Em hr
• mpai.y and i- all*g*l to he altogether
Abb to make n reasonable allowance f or
th* support of his wife and their Infant
hiid Th** plaintiff is represented by .\|r
W II Hoy *1
N% 1 INN 111 ntKtmTfCH).
11411 11..1d Its Hr ml. %nuun I Meeting
In ItrnnMiirli To-nlKltl.
The semi-annual meeting of thr 8a van
*ah Presbytery will liegln in Brunswi* k
to-night, and last through Sunday. an*l
IMisslbly Moixlay All of the Presbyter
ian ministers In this city. Rev. J Y Fair
Rev. Arthur J Hmiih. and Rev. W. A
Nl.-b* . also Mr. II F Train, who is .1
*b legate from the First Presbyter an
Church, will attend. They will leave fhls
The last meeting of the Presbytery was
held In Savannah. In the spring, the Esw
ton M-mortal l>elng tisl for the purpose.
Th* moderator elected it*that ilm** Rev.
It W F H* l Ingsw.-rth. will preach th
opening sermon of the present rme’ing
HOI 1 F.NIH Dll,
It (lie (•rent Itlantlr anil Pacific Ten
A-•♦ of bcuutlful ctn *>*•• 1 picture**
entltb'l ”Th* Babe* in the Wood,'* six
In n sot. Just the thing for the children,
und will be given away free to all pur
chasers Saturday. Pure goods sold only.
B **! gTanulat***) sugar. If* |K*untls fi 00
fl* s! w*ft whl * sugar. It* pounds j (
Rlo offer (s-r |smiul 30c; beat 2.7
Marlcalbo coffee Jgc; best.. ro
Java coffee. 3m*. .Vk•, best
Try our Java* hikl M*e ha. ;• |*ound- 1u
OoUmg. Young Hyson. Kng.Nh
Breakfast. Gtnpow*ler. Japan, or
Cos lon teas, at ;>**, (S*V . 75c; hoi
I-* r pound 1 rn*
Fancy Etg.n creamery butter 25
“R* * ss“ head rk*e, 14 pounds f *n
We have no agents, buy direct from
ll r*t mds. and get pure goo*l. Tk<*
Great Atlantic in*) Pacific Tea Company.
K* Broughton street we.-t. Telephones
Jut rsctlvad a la.'gs and assorttd sup
ply of achooi bars nnd school suppllas;
*ll at cut rates; from Id cents up; also,
usual Urge stock of all the school books,
now used In Chatham county, at Estlll a :
News Depot, 45 Bull street. Bavaunah,
M IDF aN 111 K OK THE t'NHYERMC.
Mr. U. H. fftlllwell Now Mead af the
Order of Moo Moo.
Mr J J MrDonongh rerehed the |OJd
news from Dallas. Tex , last night, that
Ms friond and associate in business. Mr
\' B Htlllwell hid been elected Hnark of
the FnlVerse ut *he grand I 100 1100 Con
tention now In session at Dallas As
Hr.ark of the Pnlverse Is the highest of
fl-e in the gift of the Ifoo 1100 order, tha
compliment to Mr Htlllwell. and to the
Ifoo Hoos of Savannah in ht ejection. 1-
4 very consMerahl* one Only a genuine
1100 1100 ran appreciate the great honur
*>nferred. end the amount of wuthorPv
which ll#conveys Mr Htlllwell can now
dictate hie order to the members of the
Black Cat organization fr>m Seattle to
Tampa, and have his orders obeyed ex
i tly on the ninth second of the n*ntb
minute after they are received
Mr HtiiJwell has hern one of the most
enthusiastic member* of the order since
his introdu* tjon to Its mysteries some
war.- eltve His proficiency In Its dark
S'-eretw soon brought about his elevation
t • membership in the supreme nine It
a..s through his • fforts that the lodge at
Savannah, now one of the strongest In
the order, was organized, and some very
-ucewssful concatenation* have been held
here Mr H lllw-!l> many friends here
!e*l that the honor conferred u|*on him
was entirely *le-*ei \f*d. and will freely lend
hrlr fforts to make his administration
IIANKEI RILL TO-NKiHT.
Second t.amr of (lie Herlea Krturm
the Med* and (he IVliltea.
T>-ntghi the friends of the Y. M C A .
oth lu*lles and gentlemeti, will wlne.-s
an inteit sting game of basket ball,beiween
two picked leims known as the “Whi es ’
and the “Reds.” The game will com
mence at 5> o’clock The Rn** up will Ik
!otv. w T Doty. will.
Harden. H R. RJghton. Y.
Caret Ids. J. P. Chandler. F. F.
B**rg Sig. Rot ureau. K. C.
Balfour. Cha- Patterson, tleo.
The schedule of *he r**>t of th** league
games will be us follows
4 N • it*. Bitie* r* Whites; Non f * Blue*
vs Reds; Nov 30, Wh!*es vs. Re)s. f)c
7 Whites vs. Blues; Dee. 14 Reds v-
Tllues. lec. 21. Reds vs. Whiles, Dec. >.
Blue* vs Whites.
It has l*e*n derl-bd not to allow boys
under elxtern to witness the games. uii e*i
accompanied hy their parents.
HE ABOARD OFF It lALk IN THE CITY.
On at Tour of lnp*otton nf (he Hya
Mr C R Capps, general freight agent
Mr W. H. Pleasant*. assist int
general freight agent. Mr O
B Bidwell. freight r.nim agent.
nd Mr. O. P Johnson. sui>**rtn
lendcnt of tr.ins|ortntlon of the Heaboard
Mr 1.1r.e, spent yesterday in the city I*bw
officials ar** on a general tour of (he sys
tem Mr Capps, when seen yesterday,
reported that the Beohoard Is *)olng n
.fry satisfactory butlne**. the divisions
terminating al Havannnh miking a par
tl ularly g4>od showing
% I.title l.lfe Gone.
William Gordon, the year old son of Mr
and Mrs. A. J Wilson, died last night ai
•he family residence after an lllne.* of a
little more than a week, from stomach
1 rouble. The funeral will lake place <i 1 4 an
o'clock this afteiimon
The littD on*- wa- the younger of tw •
children nl was n bright child. Mr. and
Mrs. Wilson have the sympathy of many
friend* In their bereavement
Dyspepsia is difficult digestion, due to
thr absence of natural digestive fluids
Hood's Sat K.iii.irtlla the digestive
Hfntly IV liile 1 011 11 irk.
Through on** of the ten free scholarships
in The International Correspondent
Sc hools of Scranton, Pa., which th* Mo 11-
Ing News will present lo you If you s < u •
one of the ten largest n umbel a of vc te*
hy Nov. 3'. IW, you an keep on eirning
a living at your preM*nt work an*l at the
same lime, hy study at home In nm**
usually devoted to recreation or reet. f1 *
yourself for a professional position at a
You • in easily' becom# one of th*- win
ners of this contest, by devoting your at
entlon to collecting Voting Coupons and
k*eplng at It No one has alk ter chan
than you. Oei every vote you can. and
have all your friends save tin ir.-* for you.
(•ue Fn re Hound Trip to Itlnutn In
4 vitriol of brurglu Rnllnay, lr
roust of the Southern Interntnle
Ttckela on s .le Oct. 9 10 27. inclusive; j
final return limit Oct. 20. IM>
Doubh* daily through trains. *l-eplng j
• ar- by night, parlor cars by day.
Ticket office 107 Hull street end Central
Passenger Hiatlon —ad.
% l>el£rlou fliimkc.
The Herbert Spen, er Is an elegant cigar
anti is truly a delightful enjoyment to
Inhale the fumes of this line tobacco; It
Is ovbilarailng and delicious.
Her that the name of Herbert Spencer
Is on every wrapper ol every cigar, with
out which none are genuine
The Herbert Speneer cigars sre only
•old by the bos of jo Conchas al U so, an I
Perfeotoe. WSO at Uppntan Bros.. whole
sale druggists. Barnard and Costgreis
streets. o( this city.—ad.
"Qravbrard la a family medicine with
us.” s*d a promlmnt basin-a- man yes
terdwy "lly wife takes It, and 1 not le
ans to enjoying better health than for
yeara. The children keep will by taking
Oraybard may he obtained at all drug
atoraa or wrlie to us for It. It-si-ess f/rug
Cos. aole preps.. Savat nah. Ga.-ad.
\t liat Is Tetterlnr f
It la a sure cure for all skin diseases. it
curra Itch, teller, ringworm, enema, salt
rheum, etc. Nevar falls. Nothing ;* 'Mu.-t
as (tool " lion'l an ept substitutes. Try
and you will be convinced, ns thousand#
of Others huve. If your driiKglst doesn't
keep It, send *h- in stamps direct to ihe
maker. J T Hhuptrlne. tiavannati, Ha
lor a buz |a-tpatd.—ad
For Over Fifty Tears.
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup has b*n
used lor children teething. It soothes the
chl.d. softens the gums, allays all pain
cures wind colic, and is Ihe best remedy
lor Diarrhoea Twenty-live cams a bottle
Paulding's Pippin cider.
This celebrated pure, apple juice elder
made In Long Isler.d. can be htd in pint
or quart bottiat direct from the manutac
turere. with their own stamp, at LlDnman
Brothers. Druggists. Bavsnnah o, ”
A High-Grade Institution for latiUea
Shorter College. Romo. Ga. Write for
Than are found
Anywhere e'.<i: i:i
Our Stoves and
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An Open Letter
(nearr Naxanaalt. 4u
Sept. ?, HHKi.
( ol 11 tn bin Drug 4 orapany,
Gent lenten—l lirtsr* l*- 11 suffering
ix Ith 4 hills nn*l Fever for uior.- tl.nn
three niontlis. tlnxe been under
trentment of severnl doctors, tried
several ao*called < bill Tonies, uon*-
of which benefited! me. It iiot 1
tretl one liottl** *f your Smith'* < hill
nnd Fever qnl', nnd xxltliiti tfirr*
dnyn I felt much better, nml 'iftrr
nslnu tli* seeoiul ti*ttle I uni 1 ,| i
sn y I mu entirely cured. I wnt< this
s> that >on tun? lie utile to Irtf.irni
others xxlio may suffer und n*uirr
them nf n eure. Very truly your*.
(Signed) 111-Mil TOKITEH.
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Mr Ptroi . I. ia returned to r •• 'Y
and may In m-h every n* r I-ik
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n<rt i>w*t i'tiur of Itnrnui-t nr. I H
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A liool wt *!* tii 'trie torn an-
ally men familiar with mo l--: n ti. k!
ami nun who hav* 1< ino iiMral--i r
ucce* teacher* In |ri>artriK !••> r>r
roil* K' t* I litiMn* > A >**■ tool who l' 1 *
tna -• itel m I of • \.irni. •*
many coli* an i v. h- •
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!• fits of t*OllH*ll Wi.<l of t’i *• ! ii: '
California A • ioo| who* ■
ainon g the t *<>^ i rotnlm-i.t ftii-n |,:
nt.t* A * ■ h**oi where your - w > 1
receive ner-eral v*i|Mrvl*lon at
couragcvnent; tvhfr- h * • ul*l 1
thorough <iml eyi*tiatlc tr.ii*i*''c u. I ■*'>'
and nun-1, where he rouM if * 1
leaeone for the next J.y tin*!#r -n Ir ‘
■trurior'e car*- t*i th nf: rnoo . )<>-! *
would at Iht t boardtni icH * *
where you wou I have n * worry *• t
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Fruit, Produce. Grain, Elr.
Seed Oats! Seed live!
Texas Rust Proof Oats. Coast- al *d
Rye, Cow Feed. Hay. Grain, P' "• 5
reeds of nit k'nds for stock and p 1
T. J. DAVIS.
Telephone 23. • lls Bay street. "<•
Morphine and Cocaine habits cured p
lessly In 10 to 20 days. The only guaran
teed painless cure. No cure no ray
Address, DR. i. H. HEFLIN,
oi.n NEWSPAPERS. 100 for U cento ••
Ouslneee Office lfonung Newa.