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COL BRYAN’S REPLY,
! I, tirTTF.lt OF tITUPTtVB TO
Ml.wril lIKIM llLit/.,
GIVES financial attitude.
?l riMCNTfI op lIMOI.X II'IM.IKi)
•TO Mo%v 199 ft K 9.
p. , I.*, of fHe Declaration of Imlc
,M ti l< nrc lion lh* l*nrn
. , uM t iMHf—Mlvtr Hrpuhlicati
I ; iiform I'raclli'Nlh’ flic frame nm
in il of the Ui moiTnlt-llrimn frn>*
11,, I'ollflral nltli KM t lon • \ri- Dae
| nlirrl fo llir IVoplc.
*, r. N. Y-, Oct. 19 —The fo::o*ing
pltnir the nomination of the 811-
n Republicans was mailed to*
er.X. Y.,Oet. 19. 1909.—H0n Bam
w i!o>kin*, Chairman, and Others,
of the Notification Committee,
Silver Unfoln Republican Tarty.
*! m*n: I am lit receipt of your let
t: . ly notifying m of my r.o<ntnj
. preeblency by the R iver Lin
. !i an National Convention, held
Kai if City, July 4. last. In acc*it*
nomlr.atlon I be* to express my
, iv ; jri.ttion of the support given
by the members of your party
m;algn of IfcSt*. and of the fidelity
•bo it by them during the four years
< ivo *jnce clapped. The evidence
• -nee and good aIU manifested
i ,t the last national convention
, i me under renewed obligaiione.
ii i consistency atwuit the human
i u h leads an individu.il to apply
...u i tplee to new condition's, ami 1
therefore, not surprised to find that
who left the Republican party in
• - . i> the money question ir now op-
to it on the trust question, which
i in reaped in Importance since ISJW.
upon militarism and the
w qu hi ions whUh the Republican par*
ha* for* • 1 upon the public within the
ant two y are.
Your p atform. of which you enr!o-e a
*•■>>•, i In it * declaration so similar io
i•• [s nuK iniic platform adopted at Kan
• i.i City th it it is not ne *ss ry lor me
i> taki- up the planks In detail.
In I.MHi the money question was the
qw Mi ni of paramount lmjH>rtanc\ bit
the Itep tbllcan party, by I * disregard of
C e |*rin* Iplcs of our It* public aid by its
*' vo icy >f policies repugnant to the do -
wn* of scif-governmem, his left us ;.o
*i <- hut to summon all iuve:s >f the
1 I iraihai of Ind*'t*eudenco io the d*-
it •* of i Kit sacred do uniont and ih
*’■ tu ecu fiamed in accordant.' wl.h It.
limitation* I ron* Lincoln.
In yur letter you quote several appro
j ri * xita< ts from Lincoln's speeches. 1
? m a i cch by Lincoln in lS&ft u de
• of the Declaration of Independence,
• rnp.ii..* and by a fervent and patriotic
•l * l to his countrymen not to abandon
' •ii iplce then'll) enunciated. It Is
* w wit \bi** to the present time and so
, ire •!> with the references you have
t HoriU, that 1 quote the
hi wi extract;
Non my countrymen, if you have been
' ii i triniv ion dieting with the great
ici of th Ireelaration of Independ*
ii u have list* tied to suggestions
would t,*k away from it- grand*
• 1 mutilate the fair symmetry of Its
; lions; if you have been Inclined to
I" i * ve that till men are not created equal
i wi. v- inalienable rights enumerated by
ir hart of liberty, let nu- entreat you
1 m.* bn k. Return to the fountain
" waters spring close by the blood of
t Revolution. Think nothing of me; take
’ thought for !i |Klltl il fate of ny
r m whomsoever, but come back to the
i that are in th-- Declaration of In
*i* i u i-uce. You may do anything with
r ■ v,, i choose, if you w II but heed these
• red principles. You moy not only de
it me for the Senate, but you may taka
f and put roe to death. While pretend*
g n * Indifference to earthly honors, I
cl m to b actuated in this contest by
meth tig high* r than an anxiety for of-
I charge you to drop every paltry
md InslgniAcan thought for any man's
Tic* ♦*. |f | s nothing; I am nothing;
Judge Dougins Is nothing Rut *lo not d**-
•tro.v that immortal emblem of humnntty
iiv- Declaration of Amrioan Indopcnd
% Sharp t ontmst.
D w* har*h the contra- between the
• en:.mentH exp ressvl by Lincoln
T-d the e. till.!, mercenary appeal now
b to the people by the Republican
mv. How great the chasm between th*
oc*man*hip. which would sacrifice life
• f in defense of that immortal loei.
which has been the moilel of re
ever since It was |*rom*i!gated,
• i * >mmerclall.-m which would sue.
every noole’and holy purpose Ui
lit of new markets, and would |n
'* f h* doctrine that trade can be pur*
with human blood—a dv. trine ad*
• I by those who want to give syn
i choiK'o to exploit distant colo*
r * **ponse to the hop* which you ex
p'Tmlt me to assure you thit my
1 *1 obiigntiona are due en*|rdy to
t • *i people, who a*k 1)0 sprrlftl p lv|*
" the h inds of the government, but
• n.| only equality of rights and an
' !!r, lty to enjoy llf*. liberty and f he
~J T ' °f hss'Plncsa un I* r the Hag cf a
The.*** |>eopl*‘ the ration's
producer* In tiirv- of peace and the
warriors in time of war. have al
* * for m- mor<* than I can ever
Whether I am r|*c ed or not. It
my ambition to protect the r
DON'T KNOW HOW
I srlrc| Tanil fa ltrl*nlll On,
• f r ! that a lark rf kn*>* l*‘<lj;c of
iropcrly onc'a prif ciuied
■ ive trn lonjj ymrp ax a mlarr
-1 pile. In rather humHlatlni; I
•f* * r for that length of time an.l
i Khad >w of my natiir.il pelf.
’ hr tniHl rlne all the time ati*l
op* 1 kn w how.
1 heartl rf Orape-Niltt foo<l.
•• Ptarch (iretllgi -t q by
. eppen and that the f<o*l re*
f \‘ ‘ and 1 erve center*. I knew
n*rvrua pyptem couM be made
r * * 1 perfect, I oould sli<rept food all
I irt dln on Orape-NutP, with
nfiilrnce. f r I had been dia
•or !onif time.
v itfirlfe fnl delight. I found I
after livlnit on Qrape-Nfuta
l In three montln I had
t indt and waa feeling like a
IN r !h** |ia<*t two ye. tm •
* i the aiixMcPt pymptom * f
ml m now perfectly well
I 1 very that will be of lm*
1 many mother*. When mv
two month.* old. I lean to
L , r r, d Hahy waf
j 1 *be ixm > and not doinc well
$ f i)ijf on Grape*Nut* food and
• r o%*er It. tn*' child lM*fi
9. ‘ ’ **-ally, la row a year old and
1 *lthy and hup never hern
,J 'illy bright,—hop tecn pay*
• r rlnee It wap plx month*
D* in < \ix*rienrc that there
*n Grape-Nut that brighten*
M in. n or adult, bold pbytslc
* ■' n.thtaHy.*
tan ait LOWBI’ST.STRAIGHT fRONT&IsONG HIP ‘A |* (H
■wi Styles jjo >52-440-44 1445 44r ' ••••'■ ll
rnp SALf AT ALL LfAD NC Rf V- ' , -;Vq
right.-* and advance the r inter- * a by
every n*ans within my power.
\Y. J. Bryan.
Qnntril flit* ConMlt ill lon.
Tn the letter of notliic.it *n the commit
tee said among other things:
"The Con*!ttutleu say*: No state fba'.l
make anything but i and silver o*lll
1 tender in payment of d* Sts. ll* re the
so-cHihsl Republican party of to-.lay cL;**-
carls the Constitution in th** interest-* of
its pet bonking truss nt,| stock gain*
biers, taxing the masx ** < the peopb* <b
lumaiii them. How different Lincoln’s
parting words, when, on April 11, I*-**
the day of Ills .1--1 -%slnati >n, he said.
During th** wnr, wb i* v. u. r ivldii *
couple of mliilou <Tollars every doy t* our
debt. I did no; rare a)>out encouraging
the incrcaiM* In the volume of our pr- • ioi s
metoL We had tae <**untr> to save
But now that the rel*ellkr; i.-i overtnrown.
and tve kn>w pr* t* t * arl* the amouni
of our nationji debt, the more gold nl
silver we rnirw\ we make the payment of
that debt s*> much ctw-i -r. Now. 1 am go
ing to encourage that in every possible
nii.i.mi l \mi vt> s riN iiui,,
fiend SintMtitnii \\ii l.ntd t* IV*Mt ut
( linrlfvlonn U . \ :i.
Charlestown. \V. V.i., o t. ll* The re
main.- of the lit* lion. William L. Wil
son. Postmaster <! **ral In President
Clev. lord's cabinet and president of
Washington and lac f'nivcndty at Lex
ington. Ya., were laid h* rest to-day in
the family lot at KdgehlU C metery.
The funeral train arrived from Lexing
ton at noon and the procession to the
bury ng ground start and soon after. Tie
cortege was composed of John Rowan
Camp Confederate Ye?rans. ministers of
the goe|M*l. Wahlnx' >n ond L * t'nlver
stty s:udents. pall-b an rs the University
faculty and trustees, th. family. rx-Pre*-
ident Clgvelmnd, lion. Isidore Straus and
other distinguished \isitors.
The city w thronged with people who
hail come to 1 ay their last tribute to the
memory of one of W -it Virginia’s most
Illustrious s 1 At the request <|f the
deceased the cer tn -hies, at the grave were
Rev. Thomas A. Johnson (RaptioO of
Hagerstown offleiattd and read a selec
tion. Prayer was offered by Rev. Dr.
Aimer C. Hopkins (Pr. sbyt* r an) of
Charlestown and 11 choir from t;** church
sang "Lend Kindly Light." The t*enedlo
tion was delivered by Rev. R. S. Copeland
<l-:pH-op'd) of Chart#*town. At the c* m
etery were assembled several thousan*!
people. All |*ia.-e* of bu n *s were < !•>-
The run of the funeral train from Lex
ington was made without Incident. A4
stations along the rout** war*- assembled
crowd* with bare heads. Kx-President
Cleveland arrived here last night. ‘Owing
to a mistake h** w. forced to remain here
instead of going to L xing on. A om
panylng Mrs. Wilson and her childr* n
were the venerable Rev. Dr. A. .1 Hunt
ington and wife parents of Mrs. Wilson.
M*l\ \ KRN \)tK \\ tlvlMi IP-
FnKlnnd llrnlbro **He Mt Have
American t of lon.
Tendon. Oct. 20.—1n on article dealing
with the cotton crisis, the 8 andard says:
"Probably by the end of October b-*
than OO per cent, of the spindlcw will be
Idle, and by the middle of November the
spinners will have no trouble m obtaining
all the raw cotton they require.
"It must mat le assumed, however, that
the end of the crisis Is in sight. UnD-s
th** prrril* tkm of the smoil yield of the
cotton crop wre falsified, the suppfy will
materially be short of th demand, which
will mean the continuance of r.;atl\.dv
big prices, and anc iher curtailment of
"An usual. attntlon Is being called en
ergetl ally to that there |s n
abundance of land up and down the e.-rth
capable of growing eotton: hut tha w;li
not help us out of the diffleiilty. There
js no getting beyond the solid faet ihm
we must go to America or shu: our mills."
DAXAtiK TO TKW* < OTT\.
Stnrni Isms A\ n rs.or-o flitjes Vnlnetf
Washington. Oct. ID The statistician of
the Department of Agriculture h s com
pleted his Inv* 'tlg.il lon of the gg r l< ulfqral
situation In the**' cotintfej In Tex is th it
were visited by the htirrpane >f 8 t?.
The area under cotton In th** c mnt cs
In which serious damage resulted from th
storm was approxlmat )•/ 1.1W.f100
with a ? 10ml •on p• 1 and a r r, p >t
about #IO,OOO Isiler.
Tt.. rediic in o' the crop D e tlmatcd
at about *.**) biles or 10.6 per cm tin
a basis ef S.V) per bale the am Hint •e
--stroyed would represent a value of 13. 0),.
Rxcluslve of the damage to firm burn
ings. mn**hln*r>. et .. the total loss mny
be estimated at A f iWW.ftW
li should tw atated that \ \ the co ntle
visited by the storm were included In the
crop report iastiid O t I°*
IA M XllMi \ UU'hl IM.
Nf-jrm Xliot and *4erloly \\ oondrti
n t on duct nr.
Plaqtiem*ne. Oct. U.-Mllrejr John
,<*l. a ncro. w!io .hot nn.l rlou - .y
wourul—l a < ondiicior on the Texn. n l
Ha,.|(l<3 Rallroo.l \V..!m .<tiy, k >n h
nrj' to-tl iy. Ottleer. were ronveylnjt
him in u tJttfr from West Bston Hour*
to Hort Allen. When the .kifT touelw.l
nhore a ntimher o£ men mfrour-le ti.e
offUer*. compelle.l them to h#r t over
Jotin.on nn<) corrte.i him lev, n nii . - to
;ne p, of the .iwtnlnK. Where they
n. ■■ • ■ ——
TO Ktll. Flllt IIIIW Til-IMY.
trw It nt ft —lill* Kent.ekr lten>l>
for Her Vny.if,
Washington. Oct. 19 -The new hatlleahlp
Kenrneky *lh* to-morrow on h-r long
trip to China, which will tike .bout two
month., flh. ha* been at the New Vork
navy yard for mmr time making Anal ar
rangeinen'* and ha* now gone to Tonv>
Kin.vilie, pretparatory *** ti* e'on Itt t
morning -The gunboat* Vl<kburg an-l
AimaiMll.. whl. hlo are to go to hlne,
are not ready to wan with the Kentucky,
hut will follow in atut two wok-.
THE MORNING NEWS: SATURDAY. OCTOBER 2\ 1900.
SEVERITY OF INDIA'S FAMINE.
i no hii.i io\ irk mu*
ni t r.i\ i>t. iit i.tr.i*.
f.ord t arson llo|ies They Will He
\ hie t< Return t> Their llne
Within n llwnth llslf a Million
lentl Traceable to the t'Nmisr,
Tremendoua ! •■ of Oopi K.nnr
mona sums I. \pemletl for Relief
ol the hialVerera.
Himln, <ct. 19—The Viceroy, Lord Cur
xon. In a speech before ooun.-il to
’.•> ihi fti ml nr had adTn'lnt a qiiar
or . f the populullon of India, and thal
. vi-n i.nw i’ftO.uoo |oi>l werr rwnlvln*
11 lief, lie x prep nod the hope, however.
! th.i* In .i m.aith theae would return to
I toelr home*.
II lo- l-hip further ■•-..1d that half a tnll
|l !■ and. .ith* wi re traeeahle to the famine
i - I thal th !0.. of the croft* Involved
I thi In;a of fifty million* elerltn*. plu*
nu million." fur the loea of r attle. It will
it. r. :• he Rumen how many were irffeeted
hy the calamity ainonir the hill jreople
.Lid wandering Irlhee, while the alma dla
t’lhuhd were unpieeedented
At (he end of August Sol lac* of rupees
had been extended, and the governmetu
furthir •> . -ted to |>end IEO lace up to
March next. Beeldes thla, 23s lace of lan>l
test" had been advanced to rultlvatorf.
many lac- of land raxee had been remit
ted. 31 • erore, had been lent to the native
'nt. e ital nearly a inllll <n eterllnsr Had
been contributed by private charity.
The viceroy complimented the relief
committee-, alluded to many tnatnnee, of
native chivalry and devotion and to Eng
lish military and civil aervarw* dyln* at
their pools and said the eoMon crop waa
worth (13.000.<W1 on the cron nil.
Alludlnft to the shocking mortality In
•he n 1 live states, l.ord Curaon said that,
tiro idly spenklmt, no relief syalem In the
world could counteract the effect, of re
duced fool, the cessation of wa,c. hlfth
price- and the Jin akin, up of the homes
of millions, or prevent pestilence following
IKK LOOK* Poll FHKTTON.
ttesnlt off nmlna < nlian ronvmttnn
Is I'm It Ir in 11 1 1 ea I.
Wnshtniton. Oct. 19.—Oen Fltahiiffh I
or Virginia, who Is here on leave of ah
• no', paid hi, rieieol, to the President
to-day. Oen. les- will return to Cuba at
the end of the month. He soy, that the
constitutional convenllon of the Cuban
lieoph'. to which delegates have been
idecled, will he held Nov. & to establish
"the free and Independent republic of
4 n. Ij'c says there Is likely to be a
i-u ti* deal of friction In the convention
ami the result Is prablemallcwl. The for
cicii'ts. rrench, English ami Americana
arid proper!y-holdln* Spaniards, he said,
were In favor of com.* mart of American
|.r"tc torat. which would Insure the DrO
tecilon of life and properly, but the oW
foldlera of (lomex's army wanted to
carry out the radical programme They
thr< alened to Iniilata the procetsllngs In
the . onventlon by Ihe adoption of a res
olution dermnding Ins tmm-dlale wlth
diuwal of the American troops Oen. Lee
• xpresse.l the opinion (hai Ihe troops
. mild not b withdrawn unlit a stable
government was set up which proves! ca
l' 1 10 furnishing the neemsary guaran
tee- is to life an<l property. In any final
dement Gen. lj*e said some difficult
problems would hvo to be adjusted.
ton lye said the past year In Cuba
ht- b. in the worst, so far ns yellow fever
Is cot eroed. In hi* experience. The yel
iow fev>-r had been prevalent all over
the b ind, and ho said that some of the
facts In conneetion with It seemed to
ompletely explode the theories of Amer
|. in medial experts regarding the efll
acy of sanltallon as a preventive.
IIfMIE Mlsslt>tH\ SIM lETV.
Appropriations Untie for Many In
st 1 1111 lon w.
Oil.-ngn, Of, 19.—Appropriation* were
made as follows at to-day's session of the
Woman' Home Missionary Society of the
Iloylnn's II me., Jacksonville, Fla., J 9.950;
Allen Home. Asheville. N. C.. *2 3*9;Hlmp
•on Home. Orangeburg. 8. C., $1.2*7;
1 downing'* Home. Camden. 8 C., $2,911);
Emerson Home. S ola. Kla . $3.7.y>: Kent
Home. Greensboro. N. C.. $1,177; New Jer
■ v t'onference Home. Morristown. Tenn.,
sl.ao; .'titter Homs. Athens. Tenn.. st.®<>.
E. I. Itust Hem", llolly Hprtngs. MHm.,
tl.le; Dltkson Hall, rlarkeon, Miss..
;;.ri:,; IlenneSl Academy. C.arkaon, Miss,
I’oslges of money agzregnllng $3,100
wete received ami a number of reports
f’EI.KIIH %Tt:i> IIIHKTtmS DAY.
Meeting of Sttns of liarrlens Itrso-
Intlon In llnslna.
R 'on. Oct. 19.- The Sons of the Ameri
can Revolution 10-ntsht celthratetl one of
the greatest events In American history.
Yorktown tl.iy. the surren.ler of Ijtrd
Cornwallis ml the foundation of the
American republic. 119 years ago. Two
r.otnhh speeches were delivered by MaJ.
c,.n J$- eph C. l:r> i k nridge, t*. 8. A.,
a I Judge John Goode of the VlrgTnhi
y p-.v. The next teuton.il meeting will
1 held In Pittsburg. In April next. The
,rt* rly meeting xylll be held ut Rich
mond, Va.. Jan. $.
Ml I'l It'l 111-lit ntOCEKOIIOg.
Inxestlgnllon of Grounding of Ore
Washington. Oct. 19—Secretary I/Oog
hit- ordered that there he no further pro
...ill'-- In Ihe cose of f’apt. Wilde, of
t;.- O dgon. who was investigated by a
• <1 ,rt of Inquiry, to determine the rr*t*>n
f..r toe grounding of the battle
ship In the Guff of l*e rhl 1J "• *um
ntcr. while hurrying to Taku from Shang
hai. Thla jct-cti ttnaiiv disnosta of ih,
Would you rather be annoyed trying on clothes for three hours or he fitted at once?
You answer, at once. Then we advise you to come to us. We have different propor
tioned suits or overcoats to each individual chest nieasure--they fit all forms.
Our stock is complete. \o matter what shade, weave or style garments you want,
if it is fashionable we have it. Our prices for suits or overcoats are from $7.50 up.
Great sls Sale of Suits and Overcoats
Fifteen dollars is a popular price for an autumn suit or overcoat —at that lijjurc the average buyer expects to
pet clothing of good style and quality. This year, however, we have arranged to fjive our customers better sls
values than tnis city has ever seen —values that are UNMATCH ABLE. We have been planning this sale for
months —buying special lotfc of desirable fabrics whenever a saving could be effected, and having them made up at
less than usual cost during the dull manufacturing season. The results appear to-day in the suits and overcoats
we place on sale at sls. None worth less than S2O, and every garment is fresh from the workrooms —faultless in
fabric, up to date in cut and trimming, dressy and substantial.
Our* lx noD-sl for iix rare* quality, 11* an I
flnlxh. It tutor* Into n. com; * till* n, f. r
It Hand* alon©—ln a t l x If
Every parrnt wrho valtl©* th© p* nra*: ©
and comfort of th© boy* an I flc-ir©* that
togathfrr with th© gr©nt©at * o< mv
xhouM thnr© In th© many bom ilia tin l
raving* to b© had only her©.
2-PIBTR 91 IT9.
fllrw-l© and dotihl©-br#a*tf4 Wat*. Mili
NORFOLK NT ITS.
VENT M IT9.
w ing|© *n<l lonhl©-br©axt#4 vest a.
sTTim m its.
All th© fn*hlonnM* f,lri. x Noma with
brltfr— In th© xr.iallrr xlxrr.
CHI,I, 1% TKITIMS THADK.
Prlc— ■ of Yarn and Col ton %r* I'or
From tlolOK In Arrord.
W'aiihlncton. Ort. 19—Thr rrlul* In Ih.-
Gorman tulllo trailo I* *ald to Iw
Ing. Over-prtxluctlon, lu* to tho rant I
lirogrr.ii of Kuropo.tn trail* In other coun
trlra I. the dlKea.i* hrhl arcountnble for
thl* afntrtlon of toxtlh- Imlnatrli*.
Untt.d Htatr. Con.ular Agi-nt Hrrt at
Fllrgnotock, In a rotiort to tho atatr th*-
partmrnt soy* that thr high prtrr of cot
ton ami the ImpoMiiblllty of getting nnilv
olont yarn price. I. playing have, with
tlio trait*. A groat many mill* through
out tho whole of Ktirot • arc ,i.*lng ilowit
on account of shortage in tht* article.
Th* war In China ha- aft l t'l Industries
generally, more |Mir<lcularly In Iron t t*
India, for Instance, had been con*:ru.tlng
numliera of rice mill* atnl had ltoughl the
machine* In Germany. 81111- tho troubles
In China aroec this encouraging progruie
ha* come to an untimely < nd.
Krom Alsutla In the West to Silesia. In
,ho empire of Germany, a general rutting
down of working hours and thousand* of
weavers thrown out of employment, lettr
witness to the ttep'.orahlc stab of this
Industry throughout the country. The vel
vet Industry la .he only one of tills na
ture which appears to be holding Its own.
GRRKTISD BY THOt DAMIf.
Ideal. Hobson Presented a Isnlsg
I ap by ties. Wheeler.
Montgomery, Ala., Oct. I*—Ten thou
sand Alabamians greeted Gen. Wheeler
and Lieut. Hobson In Montgomery to
day. Home months ngo the tdwt was
originated for cltt.ens of Alabama to
present Hobson a loving cup tn commem
oration of his daring act tn Santiago har
bor. Thl, movement culminated to-day
when Gen. Wheeler presented the cup to
Th* <di|> Is of sterling sliver ten Inch.*
In high! The handle* of the cup sre
dolphin*, and on the panels arc rtche I
portrait* of the recipient, the nnme* of
the crew who were with him on the tler
nmac and an address of alvout Its* word*.
pirTBRY rieori.r. i>ji hki.
OlMiaterana Heaulta of Collision
lth n Hirer! I or.
Indianapolis. Ind , Oct. 19-A Lake Rrl*
and Western Railroad switch engine In
charge of Kng.nrer John A. It. pley and
Fireman Knit* struck a street ear nt
Thirteenth street at 1u:26 O’clock 10-nlglu.
There Were twenty-one pi- engirt. In th*
car and of this numb, r fifteen were more
or lesa Injured, two of them parhap, ft
tally. The engine struck the front*nd
of th* ear, reduelng it to kindling wood
and earry It for fully twenty feet, finally
throwing It against a freight car standing
on a sidetrack.
\ Iralsla', Antliinlflra.
Richmond. Va.. Oct. 19 —The Society for
the Preservation of Virgin 1 Attiliiultiea
h*ld It* annual meeting 10-nlghl. A eom
mlttee was appointed to -■ t on foot .1
movement for a gnat celebration of 1907
of the three hundredth anniversary of tlio
settlement at Jamestown.
A little Beltzer on the side with
Yellow labeU v
, makes a drink fit for Kings and Potentates.
mellow, velvety, to everybody’s taste that’s Tallow
>b*l. Sure to please you too. ( The best Rye distilled.)
('nil for it trhrrrrrr fjrat-i'lnan liquor- . ore so///.
WE’LL TREAT t difference b great between thh and I I
—™ - - —■ ordinary whivfcevs to hiw the diflerence
will send you srmpic bottle free, on receipt of 12c, to defray packing, etc.
Add rasa, CMS*, gg. PFBiren a CO., 47 Main St., CtIICIMMATf, O.
, aaosai.Toaw os rut tone weaiNoa ointiAitttv.
.it I* SA. th© rtlfbriled "BTAR*' mak©. in
th© ma&t captivating i tirrii> ntl pretty
©ff©< t* of ©o or (ombnat on* Tti© "titnr *
xhlrt nt $2.00 and 9.t*k). Import©,! fibrl *.
in n H-lf tloo tinxurpaa#©*! f>. r I ganca
and originality only found hrr© in th©
"Pent of nil Shirt*," th© "Star."
th© TEDDY Broad Brim liam, fancy
and plaki hands, for faatldiouw dr©**<* ri*.
~ SAVANNAH'- —
WEEK IN THE TRADE WORLD.
run im i.i >:\i j; in
ID’*# *1 rail© Iddcra Irr From lh*
Xoul li--*R is 11 %y a % liamlnx* i nnllnn**
i;%©rll©nl— Outlook i for a lt©*or*t
111 i-mUliik i:xport'Trail© 3 ear, Willi
a M u llrilnn©© In Our Tninr-Thr
Trlrra f Farm Tiodari* ltar
New York. Oct. 19—Brad Mr©© t** to-mor
row will xay:
Am th© Jobbing fliatributiv© trad© t©f)dx
to l©©rn w ith Hi© iislvatu*© of the a©a
n(n, th© repr©xaiv© lnflu©n ©M of ai(©-
alection foeling l>r©on©x more* cl©arly iwr
r©li|bl© and th© result lx a generally
quiet, though nt Ih© ©am© time, confident
f**©iinft in geneiai trade, which tho xtork
market hax apimr* ntly begun to dUcount
with the r*auU of xwclilng ©urrent bank
(iauiOßK well aliovo r-• ©nt to:ii <
Am for conn* tint© |uat th© In-xt trad©
advices ©om© from th© ftoutlt. which r©
inlih cheerful In spite of lowr©r cotton
Pacific ccaat advices ar- 'flat < xport trad©
lx very largo n th© result of army
niu) Abiotic reqult©menta. N ‘rthw©*t©rn
trad© Ih cn th© wrhob* i|ui©t and tho lix*
pinion to charire'thci ©lection with this,
lx manifest. Kaxtern whoknaal© trad© Is
quiet, but ateada. Gtomx railway returns
continue ©xcellant o<mxid*rinif th© r©iort
of quiet In uil other line© and net r©
turns, those for Aumixt. ar© much mor**
*n6ourafflng thxn tho©** of July. Th
country's foreign trade lx In
a flattering condition. Sept ©mb© r
©X|H>rtx I© Inc th© Dr** *1 ev©r ©©(wrli-l
forthnt month, and sw©J!©l l>> high-rwired
• oiton xhlfiment*. th© nln* m**nthx* rotiirnx
ar** far in advance of all previous year*.
lm|*orn. on the other hand, show f w
Kiln©, and th© outlook lx for n record
breaking xporl trade and merchandise
hal.iiM© sheet for the calendar year fur
in ndvanc** of ©ll other years.
I’ri* ** of farm pKaluct# havq fenderl
downward this wr**©k, th© mot notaol©
dt >t t** lug in cotton, half- -nt for th©
week and one ©tut for ih© hlgii©t imtni
reamed, du© to th© good < wmther
an.l aiHN*ncfr of frost, encouraging maxi
mum ©'iroat of yield, but also M- ium
of the heavy weight of reHixi brought
out by ih*- high prl<* *f two xoki ago.
i otton good*' hr© very firm d©*pite th©
diop In raw* material, but th© disposition
l (o >©!i c*refuil> on xpring account
t fallur* •* for th w*k number
533 In th© I’nltid itt.iter. aa.ilnt 21> last
w ■ k, 221 Lih year an f 213 In 1K
Canadian f;llur©M for th© week wer© 22.
agiiinet :u lan w*k. 20 a >*nr ago, and
21 In IR9I. 4
IDmllch Brni to >rw fork.
Huntsville, Alh., Oet. 19 The l>Oiliea of
John Reilly, Company M; William Pyne.
Company H; John Burk©, ('omiwnjr B. and
Ileftnr Murray, Company 11. all of
died while th© ff'xty-tilnth N* w York Reg
iment. of which they were member*, wax
In camp here, wer© disinterred to-day and
returned to New York, where lh*y Will
rrceiv© milltury burial Sunday.
and Riding (iloves,
In all th© hading *had< a.
In fancy II gnlatid pl|-l©. m>l© of strong
Ll*l© ihr* ad. th© latrat fad in no n a
Men’s Silk Handkerchiefs,
c* lor© l hord©r. faxi color. n©w ©flfectx,
worth 91 00, nt
SOME ANTI-TRUST LOGIC.
(Continued from First rag#.)
so that non© of the cmfdoyea will get
away from him.
"But If ih* \t© belongs to th© rttl*©n,
then let ux have a law that will mak© It
a penitentiary offense f(r a man to try
to rob another mn of his r|tla©nhip t*e-
auee h© work- for him. I want you who
labor to underxiaivt that when you work
ymi give to th© m*n who employs you
full recompense for what h© pays you.
for If you did not hr would not employ
you. They go on th© theory that a man
who works lor another vmm ought to he
under great obllgatlonM for Job. Why,
my friend-, Mr. Matcitlf would not ©mpnly
on© xingl* man if that man could not
mak© enough in nmk** his own wage* and
xom* *hlng beside* f*r Mr. M* t©alf to pay
him for ©mifcoying iiini When you give
a full return for all that you get why
should you not have your chta©nxhlp mn
your own. nd why don't you resent this
daninMld© Insult that Is becoming too
common In American polttteaf
In Ids Auburn ©peach Mr. Bryan dwelt
at ©oaakl©table length upon hlx theory
(hat the Republican party Is manifesting
a tendency toward- a change of our form
of government, **s in this connection
"Mr. Hanna said the other day that
you ought not to swap heroes while cross
ing a stream What a sacrilege for Han*
na to quote sny word t/iat Abraham Lin
coln ever uttered. But Mr Hanna In ap
plying to Unco in's remark to-dsy, Iwim
mist tk©n the body df witer. We are not
cesufing . stream. The Republican |*-rty
la trying to cross an ocean ami get tiscg
on to Kuro|ann ground where Its Ideas
Mr. Bryan also quoted an extract from
a local Repuldicuti fi© r telling of a farm
which had been sold for F.Sn an acre
while It had been assessed for sls an
a©r© Commenting upon this exiract Mr.
Ilrvnn saWI derisively:
"Farmers, now vote to keep present
©ondulons They nr© so satisfactory that
you cannot sell your land for half what
It is asx*-iMM*d for for taxes. Go out and
find out wlist per cent, of taxation Is
lev ©d ui•<>ii your railroads. Go out and
find wh*4 p**r cent, of taxation la levied
on your factories and e© If they are as
ssssel for mor© than twice what they will
sell for at public auction. If these con
ditions are stPf.tetofy let everyone who
believes ll vote •© Republican ticket, te
-< aus© all Reputl ’ ans iei| you (hat they
ii< ntiu'i i * -err . o^dikais."
The spec* h w*aa apparently well receiv
( OL. vyil 1% %T HIM IIE9TKR.
Mmlr Two Xperelies to largr and At
Ro heater. N. Y.. Ort. 19 —W. J. Bryan
reached this cliy at 9:15 oVIo k 10-nlght
and mad© two speeches her©. The first
of these was mad© from a ha'cony in front
of the Towers House and the a* •* nd tn
Preceding the speeches there sir a
street parade from ih© New York Central
depot to the center of the>clty and It was
on© of th© mo t •latoraf# an well as one
of th© most enthusDailc demonstration*
• list lias as yet i4*©n made In honor of tho
Mr. Bryan's cnrrlagw was drawn by
four horses. Once during the evening the
I©.cling sixin of hor’S to'-k flight at the
fireworks an I tirn<l quickly. It lookej
for a moment as If they would tips©* Ihe
vehicle. The frightet e*l anlmsls we*e.
however, quickly t aught by a dos©n m -n.-
Imim of the ne.ir* st march ng clul sand
again turned in the right directum. Mr.
Bryan retained his seit in the carrtigs
and did riot ©how fright.
Mr. Bryan *ddre*e©d a *©* of human
tieings at th© op©*-sir meeting They re
ceived him with l.sid cheers and listened
as well as such a multitude could for
mDmll iw©ny minutes. It was 10 o'clock
before he reached Fttshugh Hall. Tnere
he met a densely packed audience, who
bad waited two hours for h!s mm ng. If©
was* rece ved with prolonged cheers and
PLATFORM 4 LM <F. DEFINED.
"1 lir 9npr* m** C'anrl If It line
after lie 4 oiißtltuted."
Boston, Oct. It.— A letter from Beni tor
Jonti, chairtmui of the IhWsifiUf Ng-
Odd lot $1.25 Under
shirts, double an and
7 5c each
Men’s Night Shirts,
made of strong mus
lin, silk trimmed
tlonal Committee. In answer to a query
by a Hon lon lawyer as to the "real tnnan-
Ing Intended to Ih- covered by the re'er
ence to the HupretVie t'ouit aa It may barn*
after ba constituted," In thy Chlc.ixo pltt
form, haa been received. H.nator Jonaa
"Hermit me to suggest that the para*
graph which the*.- worda occur asserts
that but for Ike decision of Ilia Hiprrno
I'otirt In the Intone- tax rase that there
would have lawn no dclb lency. Thla quee
non having been before that court aa con.
alltuted. at th time, and the decbloa
Intv Illy twin rendered attalnat the Imomo
tax act by a ilnxle vote, It not to bo
aupixised that the court ‘aa at present con*
atltuted' would ever reverae Ita derla Ot
Upon thla unaatlon Hut If a vacahejr
ahould occur nml a Judge ahouid go on tho
belch who colncldoe In hla vleara, tar
w|ili Juailce Harlan, then thla action
could be bad.
"Thl vc a a the contingency fnniempataj
by the fram-r* of lltv fdatforra.' 1
WHAT lilt tt\ MAID OK f ItOKK.H.
Nothing to Joetlfy llianapyelt'a Coa.
Rocheater. S. V.. Oct. It.— Mr. Rryan'a
nttentMm waa railed to-night to a atate.
ment to the affect Unit Gov. Rnoaevrlt
had, In a apeech to-day, quoted him ao
saying that "Mr. Croker la tha greatest
min In the world," and had mode a
apeech in which he had uard thla aa a
text. After reading the atatement Mr.
"1 would not have been guilty of of.
fending Gov. Itnoeevelt and Henator Han
na and Henator I’latl by making attch a
< omtcarlxon At the lat meeting Tueo
day night In New York. I laid:
” 'Thki la the fourth great meeting of
the aerlea of Tammany ratification meet
ing*, and In view of the Immenae attend
ance I am prepared to aay great la Tam
many, ond Croker Is Ita prophet, 1
•To you aee anything |n that to Juatlfy
th# atatement aubmltted? 1 *
O* Tit Haiti Ml. IATTLBnr.M),
Gen. Wilaon Kind* Work Is Gnlog on
Warhlngton. Ort. Iff-Gen. Wilaon. chl-f
of engineer, returned to-day from a flip
through Kenlueky. Tennessee and Mlstla
alppl where he haa been Inspecting Im
pnovetoeiiti of rleera under Ihn engineer
eorpa. While at Vicksburg Gen. Wllaen
look occasion to visit the new pork Ibat
la being eatahllahed by Ihe government
oh the Vicksburg buttletleld. 110 says this
work la progressing In a moil satisfactory
manner and that nil parties Interested are
co-operating to make |t a good represen
tation of the great a less which look plica
there In I*2 II la the Intention cf the
managers to have the cannon used by
both Unions an.l Confederates correctly
represented In Ihe guns that are to be
mounted to mark Ihe different anas of
t nlqaJtt hews Items.
Colquitt, Go.. Oct. I.—The fall Isrm of
Ihe Superior Court of this county, will
convene here on next Monday, Oct. B*.
The Midland Association. Free Will
Itapilste, held their se-oml annual ires lon
at Oakf-Hldge Church, six miles north
of Colquitt, on Wwhiesday and Thurs
day. Oct. IT amt iff. Th# association waa
very largely attended, and the meeting
was a complete success.
lulled In Hen I Hla Own It-cord.
Terre Haute, Ind., Oct. Iff.—Tho great
Creaceua again to-day failed In hi* at
tempt to lower bln own world's record for
iroltlng stallions of 8:04, but ha made a
full se-ond better time than In Ns trial
of Wednesday, making the mile to-day In
A Hecnliar Operation.
Macon. Ocl. Iff —Dr. T. H Jones of Jnf
ferspnvllle came to Macon to-day lo hava
a grain of corn cut out of the windp'ps
of hla little daughter. Mary Milan Tha
opera'lon waa successfully performed, but
is yet ihe grain has not been dislodged, tt
will come out Inter, th- physicians think.
Jacksonville Won the bane.
Mxcon, Oct. Iff —Jacksonville beat Ma
con's football tram by a score of 6 to a.
It waa a splendid game.