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Meetings—A clem Laivlmirk Lo*!**- No.
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Special Noth • Plant of the Forest
City Varnish <\imiMuy fur Hlc. Bhl| No
tice. Htrachnn Ac Cos, <<>m it?u**-•*. Pro
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W hi* key Duffy'x Pure Malt Whiskey;
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Cheap Column Advertisement a—Help
Want* and. Employ men I IV *M*d. For Itnt,
For bait . Lort. personal. Mix* * !l.n* o is*.
The Indications for (korgla to-day arc
for ©c rains, with * fresh south'
Himniy wlnda, und for Ba stern Kiutld.i
ck .iflorul ruin* on Iho east coast. with
fre*h south* .mic rly winds.
This has certainly U*en Texas' unlucky
your. No k*n than throe d* structiv*
Morin? hav* visited thrt Mat* within tb*
pant three months, •loliik lisnux* amount
ing to million?- of dollar It i> hlticenly
hoped that the storm of ttuisliy. near
Lodi. will not prove to hove been of se
A lire tourist hotel, such us it Is pro
posed to >uli-i in Charleston, woukl le
on excellent thing tor that charming 0.l
city; and no more picture mju*- ami de
lightful silo could lo elected than ths
northern en<J of the Bust tor High) Bat
tery From the pidzztae of u hot* Iso sit-
Uttta) u view of the hurlior and its many
historical point* of interest <>uld be had.
Thut onee brilliant genius. Oscar Wiki*',
i 3 *ald to he now one of the most pitiable
objects in the world. ll* is living In Fart*,
piactlcaliy destitute and almost 'helpless
lately he has l>oeft kept from starvation
only by the charity of former admirers.
A few day* ago he was taken to a hos
pital. from which. In all probability, he
will not emerge alive
2*r**iior Hanna is working the personil
pronoun "I** pretty heavily of late. *"I
have done more then any other man in
the United Unites to settle the strike
In favor of the miners." he *akl a day or
two uko; and again on Sunday "I have
taken South Ihikoti oik of the doubtful
column." Bvldently Senator Hanna re
gard* himself s the "Big I" of the Ite
Who hcara th burden of the military
cotatdlstim* m? Kx-Hov Bout well of Mas
iwrhu Mitts, In un address to the I l**fing
classes just mah public, point*, out that
it is the consumers—! he working people—
wdK) must eventually pay the taxes. un*t
that of* the prr < ni Iso is the milliury *x
psooe* are not less than 111! annually for
every family of five person* in the Uni
ted Staten. Therefor*. he nays, "the
Philippine war concerns, und a chiefly
concerns, the loitering and producing
classes of the country.**
It is probable that (k-orge Mould will
he th next defender of the America'.*
cup. again*! Sir Thomas Upton. It fc*
runs* red in New York that Mr tiou *1
is willing to hear th- expense of build
ing and sailing a craft to defend the
famous trophy, n seem* to be conceded
thut the HcrrcshofT* will be th <l**ignerv
and con sr rue torsi of the new yacht, wheth
er the owner P Mr. Mould or another.
Should Mi Mould defend the cup |t
wouid pref-iMy of* n to him the last door
to the Inn-r circle of New York society.
The gor -ip* l:a%- ft thut th* >oung Duke
Heinrich of Mo klenburg-Hch werin, th*
betrothed if gu** n Wdhtlmlna of Hol
land. Is li ft an nrdfnt lov* r. for the co
gent reas* n thut he 1.a.1 given hi* heart to
a Merman print.** 1-efore he met the
W w, n M here others had been obseqiifou"*
In their attention# to the royal l*euut>\
Heinrich was only coldly respectful. Thl
and fttdence n* ttkd U llhelmina. who deter
mined to inuk* Heinrich love her. and
ended by loving him. Sine*- in betrothals
of royalty the initiative must be taken by
the party of higher rank. Wtllulmlr.a had
to propose to the Duke. who. because of
hkimliy luflucncv, ai.j political rvssvns, ac
THE W H IPE\ FOR HKTTI.KNBIT.
The agreement hat wean Great Hrltain
and Germany r*-i* *1 vk dilliNe m.itferx
I ought to ojnn the way for a speedy set.
turnout of the trouble- in China Then*
dona trot stem to be iiiy douid that it
wdl be appftMpd by the ITnltrd Htnt:
Ity It the of* n door policy t* to be
it* tiriMin* I and none of China's territory
Is to be tnk*ti as Indemnity. It was
thought that Germany would d< mand <t
Mg rile, of territory hub mnity mu
It wax * xpected that such tlMnand
would be an almost Insurmountable dif
ficulty to an under.Htandlng I viwwti China
and the Powers.
It Is a matter f speculation as to how
ijor l Salisbury m.t r* * *l* 1 In g* ttlng th<*
German Hmpernr to accept Great Hri
talri s Chine e poll< > It was the un
*i*T-tandlug that Russia was willing that
Cf tunny should dein trsi Chin* * Crritory
>s Imb inn Ity because mi h a demand
would tie offensive to (Irmt Hrltain Sur
prise is express**! th itforo that tiei
many has joinal h.indi with Great Url
tain instead of maintaining the under
>-landing It was believed she had .with
Russia It may be that Germany, after
I Hiking over the Held, rami to the eon
• lusl m she could get more* out of China
through th o|m u door policy, the Integ
rity of th'- empire being maintain* and. than
by grabbing territory, urn! being confined
lu commercial matters to that |B*r tlcul.ir
territory. She has coniklence In her abil
ity to compete sue..■* .- -fully with Great
lh Haiti In matters of trad-
The Pnlicd Si.it* s have nothing lo r<ni
plnlri of. The op n door |Hllcy suits them
If thy ion not get a fair share of the
trad** of China In open competition they
will have only them • lv* -to blame The
thanc'M are that in le.-s than a tlwcade
they will have more trad* with China
than .my other nation
Just at present things In China are
moving along Hues that ore satisfactory
to this r umtr) And American diplo
macy has ccntrlhutod a great J* al to bring
lotJt this result.
t\ Ol I) qi RATION 1\ % YEW Ft HOC
Tin* question u < to whether the * onstt
tutlon follows the flag came up In anew
hap* last week in New- York during th*
rogb-tration Some Porto Ricans who re
.-!*! in that city offered to ngislcr. but
th*' rg!strtion officers refused to |ut
their names on the voting Hat on the
ground that their political and civic stat
us had not yet been established.
They m:d their friends contended that
as Porto Rko ha l boon ceded to the
I’nlted Suite* and th* Amerhan flag
rals*d over the Island all Porto Itlcan.
who hud not elected to become eltlxcn
*f some other country were citizen* of
the I'nitol Stat* h t*cause the constitu
tion follows the flag
It seems that In the treaty by which
Port > Rico wan ceded to this country it
I stated that the civil and political sta
tus of th* natives f the Inland shall Ih.
*l**t rrnln* *1 by Congress. Af * well known
Congress has don*- nothing about this im
portant matter yet. The question as to
whether th* nailv*.-- of Porto Hie© ar
citizens of th*- Pnltod Btatis Is therefore
an unsettled on*
If. as Is contended, the constitution fol
low** the tlag the people of Porto IticO
.*re citizens of tills country, even though
the treaty rays that the citizenship ques
tion shall be sett ltd by Congress. The
Supremo Court of the t'nited States ha.-
before It now this very question, and It
i-t * xpeeted that u decision upon it will
be rendered within u few works. Nothing,
however, can be done to assist the* Porto
ideal.. In New York city, who want to
\oie at th** approaching election. They
will have to wait f*nir year.- before hav
ing a chance to vote* at a presidential
lection, and it Is not certain that they
will ever have th* right to vote for **
candidate tor President of tho United
Till: OTHER f VYUIII %TKR.
Why is It that nothing Is ever heard
of the other presidential candidates—
darker, Wooiley and Debs. In none of the
estimates is either of them mentioned a*l
ths speeches of no one of them ure re
liorted. They might Just ;s w*dl Is- .t
tic m* n*l *im .| as In th- presidential race,
tor all that the country h*art* of them.
It his not been so very long since Mr.
Parker talked about g<.-tting millkin of
vot* -. and the *-fr*rts which Mr. Woolley
m.il- to get the Prohibition tiotnln.ition
Jisiifl* and the * oncluskm that he really
thought presidential lightning might strike
Mr Barker must have found out that
the Mlddic-of-th*—Hood Populists are tax
truing to vote for him In any consul* ru
ble numb* r or else he would t<- making
i great *l* il more noise. And why should
they vote for him"' He hoen't a ghost of
chance for getting an electoral vote.
A vote for Inin would therefore l*e thrown
owuy. The Middle-of-the- Koaders are
not saying much, hut doubtless they are
.king a great deal of thinking. Their
.Hfferenccs with th*> R gulcir Populists
•ire comparative.y Imdgnlfb unt, nnl ih*
< imnmi are jh it th* great majority of
rh*ni %vlll * i thir ImlKmx for the l*m
• •crxtle nominees. They would act wisely
by doing ho.
Mr Idebe, It Ii ife to say t . nev r er exi>*-ct
•*i to gel more than a handful of vot**
Th* men who will vote for him look upon
tho other candidates us th*- enemies of
"•uciety. They wouldn't vote for tiny ooe
*f them under my * <imklt ration. They
•re m*r* concerned in smashing things
than in the Philippine* or the 16 to 1 Plea
j The figure they wilt cut in the election,
however, wtil not uttr.i t much attention
In fact, in M*n*- of the slat**-, owing to
i**itur<* of th*- election law. they will
not be aid* to *ut any figure whatever.
The country R not concerned about the
other * undl-tates It Is fully occupied with
Mi. Bryan find Mr McKinley.
Some Brooklyn politicians, who have
lately Rm coquetting with th*- negro
vote, have had the table* turn and upon
th**m neatly by ti smart "brother to
Mack." This •"brother.** of th*- nim*- of
Moore, shrewdly managed to hav*- him
self nominated for representative In the
ers who wen whooping It up for Moore
hnd no Idea that lu* was a negro. He Is
a Republican, of course, and the white
Republicans have now got to stand by
liitn or bolt the party. It Is not ladleved
that Moore will be elected. The New
Yorkers ure fond of coddling th- negro,
but they have not yet reached the point
of giving him office or sending him to the
capital lu help to URtkc law*.
THE MORNING NEWS: TUESDAY; OCTOBER 23. 1000.
EI.E4 TIOY Gt rftftl&ff.
j ft Is a fact of catirve that the batting
lon fhe result *)f Ihe elect bn Is in favor of
!Mr M- Kinley and the estimates of the
j numier of slectoml vot*s each candidal*
j will receive are gbo In his favor, but tlns,
! who are *iff#*rlr,g large odds on Mr. Me-
Kinley and those who are making call
mutes that are fav**r;4le to him are not
j better Informed at to fh< iiolitlcal con*ll
I Rons In the various statt* that are the
i !*-mocrtle l* i*i* r*
Yesterday w i forecast ma !
by Mr. Btev* naon, th* UemocratP* candl
ilai* for Vice preskl*-nt, in which h gav,
Mr McKinley I3>* electoral votes, and Mr
Ittyati HO, putting down 13 us tluubtful
In Its Sun<Wiy tdbiun. the !y*w York Her
all regards It us probable- that Mr M
Kinley will get Z'l ale* loral votes, and
Mr Bryan Ul Of cours>. In this calcu
lation Mr. McKinley Is given very on**
of the States which have all along been
considered doubtful Even Indiana. Mary
land and West Virginia r** given to him
From some of the last sources of infor
rn ttlon come** the statement that Mary
land I* dmost certain to cast her elec
toral vote far Mr I trynn and the chances
of Indiana lining the earn* thing are ex
lauding members of the Democratic
National Commit!* ** gave out on Buturday
thlM estimate Bryan 21*?#. McKinley 1M
At th*- R**publi> an headquarters the fol
lowing was given out *n Ratur lay M*
M< Kinley J7H. Bryan 13 It Is evident that
not much r llan * can Is* pi iced on any
of these estimates be* ium- they are made
for th*- purpos* of influencing the result
ut th** lectlon. The Republicans claim
about ill of th** doubtful state.-*, and so do
the Democrats, In their estimates.
On** thing that seem* to be certain at
this time Is tlait Mr M* Kinley will not get
as larg* majorities In the states which
h will egrry a** h* got In lfff The m<*st
enthusiastte M Kinhyltes admit that In
about nil of the principal Republican
slut* the Republican majority will fall
much below that of four year.-* ago As
suming that this Is the case, does it not
seem reasonable to suppose that there
will be a similar falling off in the Re
publican vote In the state* which gave
Mt McKinley very small majorities In
IsPft? In that year Mr McKinley got only
H. plurality In Indiana, an I his plu
rality was small In some of th** other
states which are now claimed by the Re
There Is going to be a big silent vote
this year —that Is, there r many thou
sanda of voters In each one of the states
who have not yet announced the ticket
which they will vote This silent vote may
give the Republicans a surprise.
4>IEH It 4 IY THE EE 41).
It Is no less amazing than gratifying to
uote l**w often It Is of late that America,
or rather the United States, take the H i I
In * oni;**t It 100 with Europe. If there Is a
ut* at h rs.- racing event reported. It ‘a
quite certain th.*t the winner was rl l*!en
by a Bloan. a Rleff or s*>me other "Yan
k-- ** If It Is n .-4H-i;a| *-ontet. It is
pretty sure that Mrs. Palmer. Mrs. Inciter
or another from "the states" gave th*-
sw. llesl entertainment. If there is a
gain*- of |Mik*-r that will pass into hiatory
ms exceptional, it la an American that
“mokti the killing."
The dispatches of a few days ago an
nounced that at th*- Paris Exposition the
greatest ntiml*a of first j r.z* s award* !
m any foreign country had been won by
the United States In machinery nd me
chanical api lUmces rap*daily were the
American exhibit compk t and In ad
vance of ail • *>m|*-tit**rs. Am* ric.,rT e!* -
trical an* I railway apparatus w< re a* far
suierior to European machinery design-d
for wlmlkir purposes that the Anu-rkin
sfaclmens on xhi ; >ition were
sought by Kuropnn purchasers.
Not only .lo w.- t ike Iht- load |nnc ,h
llnp* mrnllnnr.l. hul v. have hm|.js-p|
. verythlnK tn tho **oM country" in the
production of Iron. r.. 1 nn<l coal. T’p >o
,hp Cnltod KintE.lom . Dir urcteM
prluccr of |.tjt Iron. In that year the
I’nltct H'ntoa forßxl ahead, and hud yc.,r
w*‘ I**.! th*' Itrlttxh In total pr.ductton hy
more than 4,<nr.ra ton.. And th. moat
remarkahh development which enabled
tie to thin* tak.- the lead of |he word in
pi* Iron oecurrcl In Alabama and Ten
Th.' growth of the tec| Industry during
the laixi doien year* hax been phcnomrnnl
Mere, attain, th.- fnltrd State. h->ld the
primary, tieeauic of thetr pro luctn* *|.
moat 40 per cent, of the worl.l'a etrel out
put while Oreat Hrltain produce* HP, pr.-
.•ent and Oermany 21 cent Nn other
n.tilon convert* *o much of lu | ln Ir n
Into xteel av ihe t’nltcd Rt itr* do. Of the
world - * plk Iron output. 40,000/01 ti n*. TO
l**r i-ent . Is mole Into steel, wherea* thin
country rnnvcrt* 77 |*er cent, of It* |lk
Iron tonnokf Into atecl. amountlnk to io..
tdtT.hoit ton* out of the world's tut i| output
of 27.110,01*1 ton* The I’nlled Flat** nr*
the foremotd *tee|.conaumlnk country of
the world, a finale city havlns conetime*!
I. '..<■ ton* In n yi.tr for bulMtna ptinrato
alone, and nn< ear rompany havlPK re
qulrcd 4***.a> ton* of *t**i t<> m • t lu
y* tfly contraet*. In 179 attoul on. -third
of our p!k Iron w i* mail.- Into rail*, hut
-Ince th,it dale ste. | rails have cta-i I to
Ih* th* hit f form of *te* I proturiion,
Ihtdr proportion In !!* brink hut
of the whole, The consumption cf *te*l
per caplin for non-rail use* In If>79 wet
TT.,4 |<ound*; In lksa. 213 2 poun*l; lKls 7fi.;>
pounds, fhowlnk how other than rail uses
of alee) have developed In twenty year*
In our Iron an.l *tecl trade with foreign
eountrl. - covering the la*! twenty year*
our |*o*ltlon hat* been exactly reverted.
Within the Inst five year* we have actual
ly chant;* and from an Imtiortinit to ~n
lurilnk nation. In lt> we Imiorteil live
!lm* s a** much In valu* a* we ttxporte I of
Iron iikl *tecl product*. Now we export
six time* ihe value of our Iron at and ft-el
According to Sir Hobert tilff* n, the not
*tl statistician of IdUidon, there arc now
only four krejt world I’owerit— the United
States, (treat Britain, Ku**ta and tler
muny—with P’rance a doubtful fifth Th*
United State* he ron*ldcr at the h* and
of the ||*t, or the kreateM of al! the
How* r* so far as popul ttl n and r* - u r cc<t
ire eoncernc<l. The United State*, h
point* out, have a (treater Kuropean pop.
illation than any Kuropean state, while
their material resource* arc practically
Incalculable. In another century, he pre
dict*. the "*yc||ow iierll" will disappear,
as the yellow race* will be vastly out
numbered by the Kuropean. whlcT- a hun
dred ytar* hence ahnuld number nearly
two thousand tnilliua*.
A ■trik#* in tbc cool rvglono of Pvnngyl
vanla which ittracial fio •Uonttott, but
whit ;i involve*! u prliK'lpif nnl wax huc*
• afi.:. w.is that ol tbe female Ikicl
; HHp at II izlf*-n Tho propri* i>r *-
micl art order iH.it fho flrh i*h**ukl mat
r 4 , five .m*l mtertain fbelr mol* frlnnrlii
in th- kitchen. The girl* Plwdl It tor one
evening, and * nfltllifil their < mploy
erx that If they coubl noi lmv thetr
b in:-' In ihe kitchen, they would go on
etrlk*-. One hour wax giver* the employ
r to y whether they w**ul<l put up
with the kitchen vleltx. or attempt t* get
ukthi- without gtrb in fory-Hv* minuicx
the glrlx were tnf.irrrv I that their b—
-m.<n<! hti'l bin acceded to. and that
night th* re wax great revelry in the kitch
A* Inlb u tic point loan ♦ x option ally
heavy vote In the ritlw of tti* North n
Nov 6. Th*- registration of voter* In
l*ra*tlt il!y nil of them show* large In
*-r r.-* - In New Y'ork city the increase
h*' been upward* of In Boston
more than 4.0U0. In Sow llnven it*
Hart for* I 4,03. nl no on. Th* aixathy
whl I* * *r i-t* rlz# *1 the ampauro twoor
•hr* * we* ki-* ag*> r mx to hav* given place
to a marked degree of activity. In the
Bcjiith things continue to drift along In
• n-fl*t.. sort of wav, because It lx a
lor*, •■r** conclusion hw th* Bouth w.il
vot* But In the North the fight ? the
U-Hot lox Is going to tw one <># the warm
• t that ha- o*curre*l In many years.
Is Great Britain no longer th<* mistress
of the -* 11? I lav*- trie other J’owem lu
• r* i,**t| their naval firmaments to such
• n extent that the eupremacy of til*
British ff;g n* longer 'Xlets? That lx
about the view of the situation taken by
the British Navy I*f.igu<- In a recent
manifesto tlie !,* agu- *l* hires that, ow
ing to the * 11** *|e nee of her navy Great
Britain ha* lost tier xupr* m*cy of the
xvas i\>x.-*ii>ly the document t** only for
political effect naval approprla
ikxit are desired, and this may Im* one of
flu mean** employed to got the people to
consent to the X|iend|ture.
Out Wt -t an -x< 4-ib-nt Idea which might
will In* conskleret! In *J**orgl.i ntvl *-lse
where, h> been put Into practice. In
many town rest rooms have been pro
vlded f*>r farmers' %vlvea. They are k
rdlwl in the business center, have !!
conveniences. .twi ure m.ule coxy and
comfortable with easy chairs, lounges,
hook-* and magazines. In some of them
• off. ft i #nd other light refreshments
ire curved ut nominal prbes. The roonv*
are eustulrud ty the women’s clubs and
th** m**n lants of the towns In which they
.ire situated. The idoa. of course, is to
I'KIIMI Y 4b.
Bret II *rte Is to *|cnd the- coming
winter In Italy and has rented for that
purpose a villa near Naples.
■-Tb*- Grand Ihike of H**sse Is skilful
with the needle, and hlx embroidery Is
lid to la* beautiful. He t kes the gr**ntest
Interest In his tv *rk. an*l Is iMirtlcularlv
cl* ver In th* arrangement of colors. He
bus a very artistic nature, ms he Is de
voted to music, dancing and acting, but
h* does not ear* much about more active
pursuits, though he both shoots and
—Michael Anagnos, the head of tha Per
kins Institution for th* Blind, in Boston,
has returned from Europe, whither he
'v * tit to attend th- international congress
of instructors of the blind He has given
to bis native twn tn Turkey, near the
borders of Greece, s2o,o*<*, i, be Invested
In such u manner ax to give a certain
numlx-r of worthy students the b-n*fltx of
a higher education each year He has also
arranged a curriculum for advanced stu
dent*. to the preparation of which he h id
d* vot'd much time
| —lt seems l*rf. Trlggs knew what he
was Mlnoit v htf-n he place*! Bhakespear**
and Rockefeller cm a parity ax to great
ti- >s. says the Chicago News. In hlx xe
qel to the Ro''kefe!!er-Hhak*!*pearv de
livery the prof*- -or ays "I know how to
construct a play, but I never could under
•an*l how to m*kc a million of dollars."
Ergo. Bhakesptare "knew how- to con
struct a play" (though Prof Trigg* could
have given him a valuable pointer or two,
but he probably never did understand how
to mak*- a million dollar-*. Al least
never did. and hence has to movi> up In
the |K>**ts' corner of the Trlggx Hall of
Fame to mak* room fr Ihe men who n*t
only knew how to make a million dollar*
but did the act many tlmex Prof Trtggx,
in showing that genius and trusts are oti
in equal footing ax to greatness, has at
least demonstrated hlx right to be* door
keeper of the modern Valhalla.
I I 1111 t: YT i omil'AT.
The Me mphls Commerckil-Appeal (Pem.)
ivs: "'Down with the Supreme Court.'
t* a cry that has been attributed to Bry
n. It I** a purely gratuitous slander ax
well as an affront to the Intelligence of
the people Mr. Bryan has never uttered
such a cry or anything like It In the
first place It Is a cry for nn Impossibility.
Mr Bryan could no snore pull down the
Bupreme Court than he could pull down
th* pillars of the national caplto'. To
charge him w!*h **v**n a wish to *b> such
:i thing Is * <Hiwardly and unwarranted
slm.br But th. •• dexpernta taetbs on
the part of Republicans nee*l not
• irm the Demo* ratio party. They merely
indicat* ih* ifnrm existing In the He|>ut
lb-.n < imp on I show t* what straits the
cfMiny hav. been rsluced. They will react
• gainst rh- party of xlnn.ler and mix re p
rv-enfatten. ml will harm McKinley far
mor* t! in they will Bryan."
The Cincinnati Enquirer (D*m.) snyx:
The lt*-puhlk-nn nominee for vice presi
dent occaslonaFy r**fers to Col. Ir>nn ax
his opponent. This Is wormwood for Bcn
tor Hanna an*l President McKinley.
Teddy means what he xayx. ll** expects
to In President In the event of the xuc
. esx of the Republican ticket. B* mtor
Platt, whose abject creature Rooaevelt la.
whipped Hanna and th.- President to a
stamlstlll t th- Philadelphia convention.
He show.*! hi suj>erior capacity as a
Is's*. and he will xe- to It that. If th-
Philadelphla ticket through, he an.l
Te*ldy rule the roo-r. It will not le the
first tlm* Mr M -Kinley box acted the
part of ii figurehead."
The New Orleans Picayune (Dem.) says:
"It has been stated that not mor.- than
10 per cent ut the negro men In this city
work with regularity. This lx probably
ton low nn estimate of the Industilous ne.
erre-< but It Is certain thnt there ar*-
too many Idlers to rim th. risk of Increas
ing the number* hy Inviting the pr-a
--• nee of more from the country. The place
for the giext body of negro labor lx on
th* farm and plantations, and If all the
habitual Idlers here can be weeded out
and x.-nt to the country It would t*c a
great matter for 1-oth country and city."
The Bprtngfkld (Mass.) Republican
(Ind 1 has this: "Philippine trade Items
imimrtx by the transport Ixg.in. which
has just cleared from Manila for Ban
Francisco, 27J sick soldiers and 10 insane;
hy the ft aits port Bhernum. whk'h arrival
t San Francisco yesterday. 467 sick sol
diers, 12 insane, aud ti In c*o(IIm.
The maiden asked "Chin you make me
"For r," said the witch, "1 ran make
you so I*.’pitiful that all Ih*- men will
turn to stare ut yewj as you pass*."
The maiden smile*! disdainfully. xyi
New York Life. Her experience had
taught her this was not such *n *ti**jr
"For |s 7S. former price fV snkl th*'
Witch. "I ran m.lfcc you So tteautlful that
th*- photographer will copyright your pic
Bull the maiden, unsatisfied, shook her
"For sl4 an*) onlv on** nt the price "
said the witch. "I can make you so lienn
tifui that vou will not have a woman
friend in nil the workl’"
"Ah." cried fhe maiden rapturously,
"that will be beauty. Indeed!"
\ nrlnlion* In l.lfftenesx.
Borne Louisville fathers of families were
discussing recently the various occasion?
si whl* h they hud been malv to feel
xmull. says the Ixulxvllle Timex K.nn
had hix ape 1.l tnle of wo One felt
when hi- motherdn-lu w had sat
down on him in the presence of visitors
and hlx wife. Another when, after preach
ing economy to his better half, a hill
had com*- In for wines and cig.m* which
be hud told her were presents. Another
when he had brought horn*- a gnme bag
full of birds. *nd th-ti found the m.-asley
mer* hunt from wh*m he taught them hot!
sent in a bill for the same, and hlx wife
had reckoned th. bill called for twenty
four* bir.lx. wnen h** h.id only brought
home twenty. Every one had a tale of
woe and each *l* lured no one could have
Mt more liiMgnlfl* ant than himself on
these occasions, but the boss man took
the banner. "Boys." said he. "If you
want to feel like 30 cents Just you go
with your wife to i milliner's store
when she !* going to buy u hat. You sit
in n chair like u piece of putty, its! you
can't soy your soul ! your own "
Tlie 1.n% Mild the t nt Orel la.
"What are you looking ifter?"
"Oh. I've lost my umbrella nn*l I
thought possibly I might see someone
carrying ft ofT," replied the young man
who stood in front of one of the large
office buildings, looking closely at each
"Wh.it woul 1 you do If you saw some
fellow carrying it away?"
"Stop him and and m*an<l its return."
"But w-hat if he simply pushed you
iisld* and walked away?"
"Follow him and find out his name and
have him arrested.”
"Do you think you would get the um
"Why mi? Anybody who has it pos
sesses stolen property."
"Then you never heard of the decision
of Ijord Coleridge, the famous Eng H-h Ju
rist. tn an umbrella suit that was brought
"I can't say that I have. An umbrella
Is the same ax any other property. Isn't
it? Couldn't I have a man arrested tor
stealing my w itch?"
"Yes. But. wait til! I rend you the de
cision of la>rd Coleridge."
The speaker took from his pocketbonk n
newspaper clipping, says th#* Utica Obser
ver. and rend:
"Umbrellas, properly considered, ure x
part of the atmospheric or meteorological
condition, and, ax such, there can he no
Indivtdu *1 proierty right In them. In
Bimpson vs. Thompson defender! was
rhargiil with standing on piatattfTs front
rfep. during a |or nr ard thereby soak
ing up n larg* quantity of rain to which
plaintiff w.*x entitled But th* court held
that th** rain wax any man's rain, no mil
ter where tt fell. It follows, therefore
that the umbrella lx any man’s umbrella.
In all ages rain and umbrellas hate yon'*
together nd there Is no rc-aton why they
should be separated In lnw An umbrella
may. under certain conditions—the chief
of which is posse**Mon—take on the at
tributes of personal property. Just as If
man eel a tub and catch a quantity of
rain w it r. that rain water will be con
sidered as his personal belonging while It
Is In his tub But If the sun evaporate the
water and it Is ruined down again, or If
♦h. tub be upset and the water spilled,
♦hen the attribute of persona* ownership
Instantly disappears. H* If a man holds
hlx umbrella In his hand It may Ik* con
sidered a personal belonging, but the mo
ment It leavex his hand It returns to the
great, g* neral. Indivisible, common stock
of umbrellas, whither the law will not at
tempt to pursue It."
TA - I
The Hnitf Divided.
From the Chicago Timex-Hern Id.
My pa he's viewin' withal rm. but ma
she points with pride;
He thinks there's trouble In the air and
snores on every side;
"There's wars ami strikes a-goin' on."
he spys to ma and me.
"Ami folks are getlln' kllle 1 In storm*
and drownded In the xoa!
I ilunny hardly what to think—lt seema as
That nx*t thing*- didn't use to be os
troublesome as now
"Th* scientists arr flndln' germs and mi
There’s microbes in the stuff we eat and
ml* robe* in the air;
There's g* rms a-lurkln’ In the clnthes we
hove to wear to-day;
The fruit we get’s all full of worms—buss
take ih* crops away!
The way things go It seem* lo me that
It Isn't very hard to see pa's viewin'
"Oh pshnw!" says ma to me and pa. "Urn
not afro I*l of germs;
They’ve nlviys been right whoie they are.
and sum* way with th* worms.
We n#vr r heard of them before, and so we
Folk- don't ge# scar'd at things, you
know, unless they think they’re
We h ivn't Just begun with plagues or
Morins that raise the tide!"—
And wny one could see right off that ma
she points with pride.
look how rb** rich are grindtn* down the
poor," ways p.i. "and how
The papers everywhere are fu!l of crimes
and I rot i Ides now!
There's got lo be a change right off—we re
on the downward path*
It looks to me to-lay hs though the Lord
wax full of wrath!
! tell you what, we’ve got to rise; we've
got to strike and Imke!
The and vll's in the saddle, ma. and things
ain't runnln’ right!"
"They had their trouble and their
crimes." ma told us. "long ago—
The pa tiers didn't use r.| ink to tell about
And I believe the I-ord Is Just as full of
As ever In the part for folks who go the
The rich have ulways kin I of liked to
keep the upper hand—
And any way the ‘l-ctlon goe*. the govern
Pa’s rented out the farm on shares, and
so we've move*) to town;
He sits around the grocery when he Isn't
lay In' -town;
Ma works about the house all day and
keeps things spick and sjxin.
And dots a little sewin' for the neighbors
when she can—
I don't know why they argue so. each on
a different aide.
But pa he's viewin' with alarm, and ma
she points with prkie!
-B. E. Kiser.
—Ueeo*n*t*l It.—" 80 Ibat'* your lilt ,
gam*. I* It?" rkl tho uwt al (hr r„tau
raht lo th, waiter who h<l brought him
Knclloh wpurrow, (or rec-U UUJ—CUR,go
ITU (I w nr I\TKIIET.
—A rorntnerclal unlvrrgtty etmtlar to
the one In
~| In CologtX'. I>r. von M* vl**or.. a tub
lrm of the city, having ilonatt** the ic
-The I-Ullman Uomptny of Chicago
laai month rent lo Mexlto two |>rtvat.'
cur* lo eompletr Ihe speekil (tain of four
Intendrd for I’rteMt-nt DIM’, u,e. The
imi Juki forwarded are for (he serrahl
und hor*e, of the President.
—The new Turkish unlverity at Uon
,l,intlno|>le will not accept Mucknli over
ltt year, of age. Eacept the theologk'tl
couraea (Koran, etc.), which will he op n
to thirty *tuknt. no faculty will accept
more than tweniy-flve atudenlo.
- Ihnevolent attsimllallon may be icconi
pllshed In a hurry by mean, of a bomb
Invented by Prof. C'amphausen of Amuter
dam The liomb 1, *ald lo be capable of
generating funr r that will make breath
ing ImivMudblc within a radius of IUO j-wrd,
of the explodon.
—China Imported In Ihe flrat xi* monih,
of 1300 3.300.(00.10) rare, of Itiifrlan pe
troleum. again,! 8.410.000 cage* In Ihe
error period of l.dO. an.l 0.100.U0 raw, of
American pertoleum during Ihe flrai ,1*
month* of !*>. again, t 4.520.00 case. In
Ihe same period of IhW.
—The German Ambos,a<tor ha, lodged
a formal complaint agalnat Ihe conduct
of the French Thirty-seventh Regiment
of the Une. who. It 1* idaicd. during ihe
recent matieuvera deliberately crossed Ihe
German frontier and wrote insulting re
mark, on Ihe frontier po,ia.
-The French Court of Cassation I, now
engaged In trying u libel suit growing
out of the bailie of Waterloo— certainly
one of the most curious rase, on recori.
The defendant 1, the author of ti recently
nubllehc>l history, who said In hi, hook
(hat Count de Hourmont deserted to the
enemy tn the famous battle He Is being
sued hy the nobleman's descendant, for
this aspersion upon the Count's mem
—lt I* reported on high authority that
the petroleum Industrie* of Itoomano
have made great progress of late, and
that. If trans|ortatloi Is-corocs cheaper
anil better, this country will be a formid
able competitor of America and Russia
—Until the middle of the last century
cavalry deployments were by two rlahi
angle turns, and when the diagonal march
was oftopted Instead of making the diag
onal by a half turn of each horse the
movement was by the whole troop on
—The butterfly Invariably goes to sleep
head downward, say* the Spectator. It
fold, and contract* ks wings to tbe ut
most The effect bt to reduce Its slge
anti shape to a narrow ridge, hardly dis
tinguishable In shape and color from the
seed-head* on thousands of other stems
around. The butterfly also sleep* on the
top of the atem. In the morning, when
4he sunbeam* warm them, all these gray
pled sleepers on the tops open their wings,
and the colorless hennet* are starred with
a thousand living ttowers of purest asure.
—A Chicagoan who Is gifted with a mas
sive intellect ha, suggested that Ihe Ker
ris wheel roukl lie utilis'd as a locomo
tive roundhouse If II should be laid on
It* side The wheel, which would, of
■ourse. have to be roofed over, would re
volve on a horizontal plane ami would
receive Severn y-two engines from a sin
gle track. It Is 250 feet In diameter, 9> In
width and weighs UU> too*. There ate
almost Insurmountable engineering dlttl
cullles tn connection with the ;4an sug
gested and It Is unlikely that there will
be any attempt to carry the scheme tn’o
—The University of Chicago, through
one of Its faculty. ITof. Mlchelaon. has
be< n awarded a "grand prig" for a phys
ical research In-trument namul the eche
lon spectroscope. It Is designed for In
vestigations In optics, and Is used for the
separations of my* of light. Hy means
of It the exceedingly minute period of a
wav* bngth of light may be used ns a
standard of measurement for Infinitesimal
ly small distances and differences of op
tical density. It Is wonderfully sensitive.
It being ass. rted that "If wo rays of light
( it > one th raw- hundred- thousandth pari
their earn wave length, it will detect
the difference and record the lengths of
the two waves."
—lt Is not generally known that during
hts recent visit to Hamburg the Frtnce
of Wales was driven In steam motor
car to Langenschwalhnch, where he had an
appointment tomeet ihetlrandOukc Mich
ael of Russia, says the Westminster Oa
xette. The Autocar, which reports the
fact, says the run was most enjoyable.
The Grand I)uk*- showed * much Inter
est In the autocar as the Prince of
Wales. In the afternoon the party start
ed on thetr return Journey In Ihe pres
ence of n large crowd, who cheered with
• nthusiasm * Ihe ear bore off the l*rlnre.
His Royal Highness declared himself so
pleased with the run thnt he requeMcd
M R. rpollet to take him for another ride
the following Monday. Refore the start
on that day Messrs. Gardner and Ber
pollet lunched with the Prince of Wales,
who gave them an agreeable surprise by
pres* tiling each wkh a scarf pin composed
—Finland Is no longer a member of the
International postal union, n* by an Im
perial Russian ukase the Finnish postage
stamp Is withdrawn from uee, and the
Russian postage stamp *ut>stltuted. says
the Chicago Times-Herald While the
Finnish postage stamp until a few weeks
ago had no value In the eyes of stamp
collector*, tt ha* now at one jump reached
to the head of the list, and will probably
te the most valuable In the stamp col
lector's albums. The Ftnns are, of course,
furious against Russia for this additional
demonstration of the Rear to hint their
country off the map of the world llui
the Finns are by nature n stubborn pro
pie. and the method they adopted to still
compel the Russian authorities to for
ward letters with the Finnish postage
stamp i, amusing. Thetr correspondence
they Inclosed In an ordinary envelope, on
which they placed the Finnish postage
stamp In the usuol corner. This envelope
was then Inclosed In a thin transparent
envelope, plainly showing the Finnish
stamp. The outside envelope wa, then
properly addressed and provided with a
Russian rtoslage stamp placed hy the side
of the Finnish. Bo far no notice has been
taken hy the Russian government of this
—The cruel murders recently committed
hy u couple of black natives In New
South Wale, have naturally directed In
creased attention to the present condition
of Ihe remnant of the strange, mysterious
race which formerly peopled the Australian
Island continent says the Westminster ().
xette. It Is difllriilt to form a correct
estimate of the numliers of the aborigines;
but while there Is reason to belley. that
some generations ago they were very nu
merous. there Is ampls evidence of late
year, that In many places they are de
creasing. and they may now be counted
hy live where they were formerly counted
hy hundreds. At the census of Ktfl only 3h.-
•79 aborigines wen enumerated, of whom
S.2SO were In New Booth Wales. 5d5 In Vic
toria Zt 7S> In South Australia and 1*245
In Western Australia The figures relat
ing to N'-w* Booth Wales and Victoria In
cluded all aborigine* living In those prov-
Inees. but the return, from the other
colonies were very Imperfect. The census
of Western Auiwralta Included onlv those
aborigine* in the • mplovm. nt of the col
onist,. ami as large portions of thla col
ony are ns yef unexplored |. may h „ pr ,.
stimed that the number of aborigines enu
merated was very far short of the total In
the colony Altogether, the aboriginal
population of the continent may be set
<*wa at *ouhiag lUu u00.00*,.
Ocean SieainsniD Ga
New York, Boston
Unsurpassed cabin accommodations. All
tha comfort, of a modern hotel, hllsetru
light,. Unexcelled table. Ticket. m-Hdi
meal, and bertha aboard ship.
Passenger lares irom Savanna!
TO NKW YORK—FIRST CAlllN. U.
first cabin hound thif. iu; in
termediate CAlllN. SIJ, INTERME
DIATE cabin round trip. u*.
TO BOSTON - FIRST CABIN, C 2:
FIRST CABIN ROUND TKIF. IK. IN
TERMEDIATE CABIN. 817; INTERME
DIATE CABIN ROUND TRIP. LiAW.
STEERAGE. Rl 75.
The express ateamshlps of this line are
appointed to ,nl! from Savannah. Central
(90th) meridian time, aa 'allows:
StVA.WAU TO MEW tOHK.
KANSAS CITY .Capt. Fisher. TUEB.
DAT. Oct. 23. t3O p m
CITY OK BIRMINGHAM. Capt. Berg,
WEDNESDAY. Oct, it. S:DO p m
TADLAHABSKE. Capt. Aaklnf. THURS
DAY. Oct. 25. 5:30 p. m.
CITY OF AUGUSTA. Copt. Daggett,
SATURDAY. Oct 27. 7:00 p. m
NACOOCHEE. Capt Smith. TUESDAY.
Oct so. io on p. m
KANSAS CITY. Capt. Fisher, THURS
DAY. Nov 1. 11:30 a. m.
TA 1,1, A HASHED. Capt. Asking. SATUR
DAY. Nov. 3, 1:30 p. ro
CITY OK BIRMINGHAM. Capt. Her*
SUNDAY. Nov t. 2:00 a m
CITY OF AUGUSTA, Capt. Daggett
TUESDAY. Nov. 6. tCO p m.
NACOOCHEE. Capt Smith, THUP.S.
DAY. Nov 9. 5:00 p m
KANSAS CITY. Capt. Ftiher, SATUR
DAY" Nov. 10, 7:30 p. m.
TALLAHASSEE. Capt Askins. TUES
DAY. Nov. 13, 910 a. m.
OHTY OF AUGUSTA. Capt. Daggett,
THURSDAY. Nov 15. 1130 a. m.
CITY OF BIRMINGHAM. Capt. llerg,
FRIDAY. Nov !. 12 3T* p m
NACOOCHEE. Capt. Smith. SATURDAT,
Nov 17. l to p m
KANSAS CITY. Capt. Fisher, TUES.
DAY. Nov 20 3:30 p. m
TALLAHASSEE. Capt. Askins. THUftt.
DAY. Nov. 22. 13(1 p. m
CITY OF AUGUSTA. Capt. Dagcetf,
SATURDAY. Nov. 24. 0:00 p m
NACOOCHEE. Cnpt Smith, TUESDAY,
Nov. 27. 9:30 p m
CITY OF BIRMINGHAM. Capt. Berg,
THURSDAY. Nov. 29, 10:00 a m
KANSAS CITY. Capt Fluher, THURR#
DAY. Nov. 29. to 00 a. m.
NOTICE-Steamship City of Blrn-tn*.
ham will not carry pa-song'*’-
Nft.:w YORK TO UOMTON.
CITY OF MACON. Capt Savage. FRI
DAY Oct 26. noon.
CITY OF MACON. Capt. Savage, WED
NESDAY. Oct. R noon.
CITY OF MACON. Capt. Savage, MON
DAY. Nov. 5. 12 00 noon.
CITY OF MACON. Capt. Savage. FRI
DAY. Nov. 9 12:‘ noon
CITY OF MACON. Capt. Savage. WED
NESDAY. Nov 14. 12 >I noon.
CITY OF MACON. Capt. Savage, MON
DAY. Nov 19. 12:00 Boon.
CITY OF MACON. Cnpt. Savage. FRI
DAY. Nov. 25. 12:00 noon.
CITY OF MACON. Capt Savage, WED
NESDAY. Nov. 2 s . 12 00 noon.
This company rea-reee the tight to
change tt* -ailing* without notlae and
without liability or accountability there,
Balling* New York for Savannah Two.
day*. Thursday* and Saturday* 8:00 p tn.
w. O BREWER. City Ticket and I’ll
enger Agent. l</7 Bull atroet. Savannah,
E. W. SMITH. Contracting Kraagnl
Agent. Savannah. Oa
R O TREZEVANT. Agent, Savannal*
WALTER HAWKINS. General Agent
Traffic Dep't, 234 W Bay streai. Jut
E H. HINTON. Traffic Manager, Sa
V E LB FEVRE. Manngar. New
Tier *B. North River. New York N Y
Mercdiniis S Miners TransporKHion Ca
To Baltimore & Philadelphia
Ticket* on Sale lo AU I'olnta North and
Firt-rUzs ticket# trclude #•!*
berth* Hiivannah to Baltimore xo*i n>H*-
l*]|>hlA Acvoinmodattoriz find culxtnd
The xlrnmehlpx of thlx rompony zr* ap
pointed o xall from Savannah a follow*
(Central Standard Time):
D H MILLER. Capt. Pelefa. TUES
DAY, Oct. 23. 6 p. m.
ITASCA. Capt. BlilupO, THURSDAY,
(Vt 2T). fl | m
DORCHESTER Capt. Jaime, SATUR
DAY. Oct. 27. 7 |i m
Sailing* from Baltimore TuesdavS,
Thursd iy, aid Saturilayn at t 68 p m
ALLEOIIANY. Cap! Foster. TUESDAY,
Oct. 23. 5 p. m
BERKSHIRE, t apt Ryan. SATURDAY,
Oct. 27. 7 |> m.
Sailings from Philadelphia evory * T *
day* nt 3 p. m
Tick t t aHa U 2 >* ull ”■•>'*-
J. J. CAROLAN. Agent.
NEWCOMB COHEN. Trar. Aft.
W P TURNER. G P. A.
A. D. STEBMNS. A. T M
J C. WHITNEY. Traffl ’ Managet.
Genrrat Officet. Baltimore. M-l.
LOADED AND EMPTY
GUNS, RIFLES AND
EDWARD LOVELL'S SONS,
113 Broughton Street. Weet.
JOHN G. BUTLER,
Paints, Oila and Olasa, Doora, Blind*,
and Bulldara' Buindtru. I'laln and DtCOr*'
tlvn Wall I’aprr. Koraign and Dome*
Crmatitn. Dim*. Plnatar and Hair. Bo>
Aranl far Ahaaflna Cold Wotar rail*
Congrea* atrnrt. w*. and IS 81. Julian
atrrat. wont. _
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