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A TEXAS WONDER.
Hair* (irfat KNaravary.
On© small hottle of Hall a Graat Pl**- j
covary cure* all kidney and bladder tr<-i
Mm. removea gravel, cure* dial ' ►*‘ ,n
Inal ©mission*. week an I lain© I 4. k*.
rheumatism and all Irregular!'i * f UM '
kidneys nnd bladder in lo’h men and wo
men, regulate* b.adder ;r iM* I'* '*‘ll
dree*. If not sold b.\ 'our hugsi’ w!
be sent by mail on re ©>p* f $: > >ne small
botu* la two mfi'.'hi treatment, and wii.
cura any a*e abo. ni©i*n n* 1 Dr K
W Hall, able n .r.ufa :ur©r *’ 0 ,u,x
CM. Ht lx>ui*. M t**-nd for re- tmonlala
Hold by all druggist* Solomon* Cos. \
Cuthbrrt. Ga.. April 2. IW>
Thla Is to cortlfy that I waa *ff© ted
With grave and that I t>ok sixty dr> 1 * ,
of Hail's Great Dls ©very and I? m- j
ptaxely cured me It la worth $1 j
bolt I* to ur.) 01. e nrfding It
J. T STEVENB
IN GEORGIA AND FLORIDA.
tE!I t\D VIEW* OK THE UU l>
yrrparlng for the *wih Georgia
( nnfrrrnrr at 'nlhberf—*©••
Giant Prrn Terra—!••. J. M. Hall
of Ma con May !••* %blr ts At
tend the liCglalattve araalna—llealb
of a Homan !M t*ar tlil at Han
ford. Fla—Other I lorlda lea*.
Tha younger ebment of the so* la l art
fn Albany has Just j • rferted a reorcanl*
•atlnn of the Albany German Club and
arranfemnty are being rn.nl* for an un
usually brilliant winter season During
the months of November 1 * ©nil-r and
January at least one german or hop will
1- gsven ea- h we**k The service* *f
good ©rch**stra wIM be secured for the eea
•on i*nd the club will add a great *b *U to
the usual round of winter gayety.
Aoutb Genrgla onferrnce.
Cufhberf 1* making rr-at preparation#
for the entertainment of the South Geor
gia Conference, which Is to assemble there
In December Baptists and Presbyterians
wilt med with their Meth*dlst friend* !
in entertaining The Cuthbert iblhollit
Church Is in goul shat- for entertaining
having recently i-tld ••ft .1 church debt,
and will, under th- pastorate of iim J.
E. Irray, report all conferer.ee collections
l* and In full, tha first time in ten years
Hall May Not Attend.
The prospect is that Mibb's delegation
will have to get along In the legislature
this term without Hon. Joseph II Hail
Mr. Hall waa taken home to Macon fr**m
Crawford court Saturday suffering gr**#*t
agony from rheumatism which s** m*i to
sett.e In hla ankles, rendering tt Imp*** *-
for him to walk It D n >t known how
lung the disaU.ity may continue, but some
fear It will last long enough to keep Mr
Hall away from Atlanta during a good
portion of the l*gl*latl\e sea.a 1011, if not
durng the entire fifty days.
ttcanlted In n Killing.
Sat unlay night. as th** result of a wran
gle between W 1 1 McCoy aid Peter Hrr -
both colored. McCoy's throat was cut aid
be died in a few moments The kllMng >
curred at Whitney. Ga.. a smgll pa •
half way b* tween Mon:*- and Social Cir
cle. In Walton county. The negro* * were
drinking,at rt had been gambling M coy
It seems, hod won Harris' money, and
had gone into the hojfc of negro wo
man by the name of Bloodsuw to sleep
After he awoks he missed his money, ami
accused Harris f taking It ind from thl*
the quarreling and k! licrg ensued. Karri*
came to Monroe ftiltirday night and gu\e
hirmeif up to the sheriff, and la now in
the Mur. roe Jaii.
Albany Herol 1 Th pecans of thh*
year s growth are now getting ripe. ami
soon the nuts from lo*al orchard* wll#
b© plentiful Mr Th- . Mro nskowakl
who grows a variety of rnr* fruits in hi*
yard niid garden in this city every year. !
brought ihe Herald soma fr*nh |****\in* j
to-day They were from or e of two lanp
tree* that stand In his front yard The*, i
trees are now twenty old years old. n.i j
one of them Is a prollfl bearer every year,
w hile the 04h* r Mr. Mro*'zd(ow>kl says
does not. for some reason, do so we 1
Mr. Mroriskowskl says that nearly thirty
years ago Mr John Neundorfer, then a
resident of Albany, but now of East
Dougherty, gave him two little plants *•
snore than six Inch** high He **t th-e
out. and from them ih* two splendid
tress now In his yard grew.
Jackson's Mrlalif lHg.
Jackson Record: A gentleman of J i k
fon is the fortunate owner of the smart
est dog. we believe, to le found In th*
stale. The animal 1* of th* water spaniel
breed, and can le sent, wph a certainty
of fulfillment, on errands of any ki *1
He will get the mull from th** iHiet.iftlc*.
meat from the butcher** ar.d do many
other useful and unuseftil things fr a
canine to do East Thur**lay h** w*s sent
to the butcher’s for m.-at for his supper,
with which he wu* supplied, i- usual,
and started for h**m**. A short dlstun e
from the shop h# was seen by several
persons <0 stop, lo.ktng anxiously down
the street. Curious to know why the
dog would KO no further, w-.- became In
terested, and some on** suggested that
possibly he saw another dog in his path.
Bure enough, the little f* 1 <>w had spied
• notlwr dog In the road, and It was per
fectly plain to the w.i. h* ri* that h* w s
c<mslderlng a plan to g* t home safely with
the meat At lust he concluded to go
around lh* entire bls-k and had started
In that direction, but a gentleman, pars
ing at 1 he time and taking In th.- situa
tion at a glance. pl< kd up u atl k and
called to the little f. Mow t. follow Hr
did so. ke**p!ng his •>•* >n the big dog S
the time occasionally hkl ng P hlnd a tie#
and. finally, when h*- had passed his ene
my, mad© a be* line for home.
Mrs Charlotte A Handerson *lled it Jian
ford on Saturday at th* extreme old ag
of W years and € months 81s* was l*orn
In New* Hampshire, and had liveil in Flor
ida for twenty flvi \* ir- The |hs! ight
yo<re she has resble*! In Ban for* I w ih
her gmndaon. F c liurll Her d< uh
Was caus*-d by ok! ag* Th*- ftin* nil t* * * k
place Sunday. Rev. R. M. Williams con
dueled the service*.
As an exemplification of th© claim that
Tvn#*eol 1* the greatest timber and lum
ber exporting port of th© Oulf coast. It
Is *a;d several exporting firm- of New
Orleans announce that on account of **>i
satlsfa. -tory oi>rrtl<n of regulations I
the Crescent City they will her* *f ter do
their stdi>fdng tnrough ren-a ola One
of the*#* firms avarsges I.GW cars of lurn
b/ per year.
Fire >rar Tnmpn.
Tampa Herald Henry Williams tf
caterr sustain.*l u heavy loss by fit
at an early hour Sunday morning ll*
• wok© to find his barn in flame*, beyond
•!1 hope of extinguishment Th© build
ing trd conttnti war© entirely consumed
Including a buggy a fn© span of horse#
anew set of double harne#* about f ’
worth o' feed and n IVK) n!<yk of gr
eerie© that had not leen broken T.u
• otal or- ! - J MO Th- MUM VM I
•Ida U*a ui> ai.vl nothing could be don
to art * m the flames. It wa* undoubtedly
Will Cultivate Prr**t.
A party of Illinois land owners are In
l*er-a* olu |r*fM< ting with a vltw f lo
cal lug They apem Thursday aero."* the
bay fishing, returning at nignt w.th many
"hetuillew if the tleep." only t !• hid
In th* - water? w ptentlfully. Tfie g n
thrmii In th© parry 4r<* 1.. C Eg Dr K.
II artm l and li. E. Mutgai*. Tt * two
nrm mu.i have p ■
dial country, hav# •.♦ ••• • large a<re
at l will p.pi t .!©i! fifteen rei of
p* - ans, ten N ♦© of Migar cane and ten
a re- of sweet poiatca- Tr.e roll I* con- l
■ • ie| 'o rt inir.it>,) hUit-i fur ibe pr**-
i • these tl ea ,* <• i bmm •tU
Im |*Unt' i when the land D cleared,
)rn *onlberi* Mupniinr.
Anew Southern magaxln© will shortly
make It* npp*arane p. Floral.*. It will
tai pub!l*• ' it? Ja k mvtbe by \Je**r*
G D. Ack*c.y and I \ M inn. Mr Ack
erly w i fur many year* a iM>,iited with
th. Jw-k-onMlle Tamil* and K‘V VVe*l
R.iilr h.I la-foie 1 became a p-jrt of the
|*h*nt and |-Mied fr t e roel
sen,. ~f the most effe -ivi- book adver iae
meiitp . f the s’a*e then u-ed in tn*- ral
road world I A M *nn ? been In the
pub.Dhlng bustne.-* for thirty >*ar- lie
ha- cliiei several r-w -;.* with great
success, and recently itsutkl • tsssii tl it
.h t>.n r* .".d from ahor*- t* shore ♦•-
"Th" Huguenot*, which I* a his
torlcul romance of merit.
Itenth* *1 Mndleon, Kla.
A spe- iwi to the Morning New* frreo
Midi son ©ay© Antoln:te, wife of Dr.
Henry J. f’.*rramor-. <Me<l at tht* p.a*-e
n tt . ’th in** in* Hhe wn horn In
New York, about seven:> years igt*. r
idovm) to Florida and over forty yearn
wgM th nvirrlage J***t dissolved by d*'Wtti
wit* ebrate-1 On th*- vine- day. Ail
♦•4 < and
He had ix | i in leel health f>r m inv
veer* H* ** rr*‘ last surviving chlkl
of limi*' Bunting, who ww* one of th
pion*er euttler* of triis county.—Tn© pub
lic x h- l* it*erMMl in the* county this
week tr •r* ta-ing no danger from *mall
pix. th*- i revab*nce of which Inihicei the
health authorities to postpone the
ing of the fall term for thirty day*
Not wit hup.* ruling re *'ol Plump in <'ot
tor wagon Ked* in seed at*d lint have
beet) tm the street* ,nl in the market j
all th** time.
TntnpM’e < ittnr **lii|>nentP.
A short step *#d th* we hunlrel-mil
lion nutrk will be reached In the cigar
shipment* from Tampa, for this year Tbt*
shipment* .*r*- a© steady and smooth *©
an be expecte*! for the seanon of the j
>-Hr, and there is no complaint from any *
MUir e sisiut a lack of buslnesa The ne©-
r p of inbaooi W now ge.ttng into
general use, and the goa!s have tieen
©hipped mid plnj’ed on the market. The
trd< I* well p,*t*pfled with Ihe excellent
flavor la every way. and the ©attsfaction
Ik Just a* good a* woe antl-uputed by the j
manufacturer* when they learned of th© j
quality of the tobacco, and spoke of It* |
gorel qualities. Th* shipment* and the j
demand are r.ot Just exactly even, for
more <ignr* could lav* le*>n shipped if
they had been on hand and ready to fill
th© orders. But It I* always the fa. t that
or !•■• *r. * little ahead >f the shipment*.
)m*. a use they never *.-em to jtist get all
tlie ehtpments off lefore other order*
A Hrmnrknlilr Track Farm.
r*pt. J E. Watson of Fo t Myers, who
own* a truck farm on Chatham river,
telia a remark ibl© story about his farm.
Me say* tha* eenturlea ago when th©
Spaniards tiivaled Florida they f.und a
tril*e of li.dian In the *>ut hern sport ton
•>f the state who were g.gantlc in *lse and
fierce In temper. The story goe* thnr th©-©
Ir Han* wer* driven buck to Chatham
river t \ the Spaniard*, and there the
iboriglubp made their last stand The
tribe wus caught, like rat* In n trap. In
a bend of th- river an l ©ere extrminet
ed " Sign* of that desperate battle are
••verywhere vi*ibl no© ” said Capt. Wat
f-*n My farm k* literally covered with
hug** scul p and *>ne*. the ground Ding
o rich from the decayed hodb a th.it I
gn>© phenomenal crop* The bone* show
these Indians to have been nearly *lg.it
f*M*t in hlght. broad of ehoukWr and
mighty r>f arm. Tle remain© are s at
t* r> •! over the ground singly and tn
groups: sJtnr ue Intact, while others are
rushed as by blows of mighty Uitti©
ax or mace.”
.A AIIOOTIAG AT MIDI II.EK.
Ni*irii Entered a ttem and Hilled
One nf Its Orrnpit uf a.
Midvllle. Ga.. Oct. 23 —A horrible shoot
ing affair occurred her*- Sunday night.
BUI Beasley, . notorious negro gambler,
entered n house this morning about 4
o’clock where several negroes were sleep
ing and lagan firing lu* pistol at the oo
• upants of th*> different lasts. Ono shot
©truck ; negro boy in the arm and another
struck Richard Dolton in the side. Rich
ard JumiMst out of it window, ran about
n* yards, fell on hl face and tiled In a
Beasley wa* promptly arrested by the
town marshal and looked up. Dor oner
Wetherhaun was summonsed here from
Waynesboro and held a hurried inquest
over th dead man Mr Wetherhatin
only had a short time b train* to
make hi* Investigation and failed to find
uffl. lent evidence against Beasley to com
mit him to jail. He. therefore, turned
Ditcr In the afternoon some negro men
found some very positive evidence against
Bssu-v They procured a warrant from
Trial Justice Etnibert and had him ar
rested again He Is n*w In the custody of
ATEdVri** IIOR4R WWW.
All worlety Turns Out • KaJOy the
Atlui . Oct. 2! Atlanta’s first horse
how ofened to-night in the Coliseum at
Exposition Bark. The attendance was
large, society as ueiial lending pres
ence To-night’s programme included ex
hibitions of papers, saibllehorse*. high
Jumj©r* and hkne>s. with .* dl*i>tv
•*f rurailxMit** and fancy turnout* Among
tne ju-lg*- ar*- li tnilton Bush#) of New
York. <!en W il Ja. k -’ii. Nashville,
1. II HtKlson. IjouisvlH* find Frank Gen
try. Eexlngton. K\ The entries include
horses from all part* of the country.
IliinoD in.l Missouri being well repre
■ MBk ■■ When neglected. almost Invariably
wh/® If HI ffi ft pj IP |k Ejm B '••• ■' >ll ,i . f n'l v
P*E. jl B_ fa dP j 5 juK)y !■ f r- , ir-nt 1 V <■ i ur •;. ■
Eijfr IS K W Hi mJL fe s’ SL 1 l "' : ‘ !,i; r "‘ • : ,I '' ll : '
® HH lure, even when slight, weakens the
Jwliok- urinary ami genital organism and the whole nervous system.
The ordinary met hod i resorted to for a cure are not only excru
ciatingly painful. but frequently cause disorder* at serious at the
stricture ittelt. _j
■ l>r. Hathaway years ago discarded these old-time barbarous
methods and perb-cted a system by which be removes tlie stricture,
reducing the thickened wails of the passage to a normal condlton.
There It no operation The treatment Is applied by the patient
himself. It Is painless and takes no time from business. The cure
effected Is permanent a ml all complications at the diseased comU
(lons are removed This method of treatment and cure of Strle-
I ture is escluslreiy used by Ur. Hathaway.
% *• Ur Hathaway, by a similar method, cures Varicocele srtthout
' operation. All Sexual. Urinary, Nervous. Clood and other diseases
. vrernssimiviY w n of * c!iroalc Dturf traatod by him by his exclusive system.
*' "* w *“■ hatha AY x D *|;lch for so years has proved Invariable In Its results.
Write to blm or call at his office for a free copy of bis new 64 page book and aelf-examinatioo
■yu.ptom blanks, and for free consultation and advice,
and. NEWTON NATHAWAY. M. O.
l>r, lletliewus * to. office hour* 9 to 12 m. 2to Sand 7 to ,
wA iiryuu street, tjuvannah, da. ) p. sa. Sunday 10 a. m. to 1 p. m,
* v I
THE MOKNING NEWS: WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 24, 1900.
Dfrmvmi AT KMOH \ ,
Spirited Ctmteata llrfnrs tbe UtSVtry
Emory Dollege. ftxford. Ga. Oct J’.-
A© the college year gets older the debat.-*
In the two literary e*xieilea are beaming
Itetier and more spirited end ere show
ing that the men who entered the roileg©
in fteptember (©>*sess some of the ;e*t
forensic |*owrr that has ever come :o
F/mor>' In Few' Society thl* morning 'h©
queetn>n was. ‘ Resolved, that t*.* white
• iliaens of the South ere justihed in
taking ail |e4'al>le means to sec'ur© their
iollttral supremacy." And after one of
the Del delate* heard In a long time h©
preshient x*\ hi* <b i*lon in favor of the
affirmative It wa* thought that the dis
cussion would be onf-(tlil©r t lnce it wo©
believed that nearly every one woukl ad
vocate the affirmative, but when the tjue
tion was pronoun* ed ©>me of ibe strang
est men in the society championed :be
n*gstive Perhaps the moot forcible
speech was n*ade on this side fy Mr.
Oscar I> Wosencraft f Blackroont. who
con<ende*l that the proposed measures for
negro disfranchisement would be detri
mental to the whites sin e it put a pre
mium on their ig? ora nee. while th ne
groes woukl all desire to be elucat*d in
order to !*• abi© to vote. Wb le thl* ©r
gument wa© of great weight the afllrma
live came f*>rward with some string
lAknts. set forth In several exoelient
*7>ee het> Among which g|wc|al
should be made of that of Mr M*dl*on
Keil of A .ante, ervl won th* da> A?
Phi Gamma the question Resolved that
H national university should b© establlah
ed by the Vnlted fltete* gave nrnen
AB diw me el and though nu jolty rf
the speaker* favored tne sfllfnatlv*- t ©
queatior. Was award©d to the negative ty
ITeeldent Bynum Mr. H h Moolwarl
of Win* heeler. Tenn mad** a splendid
l>.ch ii hi * r **' l ’ wl h
ihe wtnrln* r'f h- -juewtlon h>' ’>*
Ii I. an Intere.llnic f<H't Ih” 1 •* ** n
■ hi, qvir.ilon w," rt.ehW.l 111 fevor <( tne
~mrmHilve hy the m.mlefi -it Few.
, Monday, the •(> Ineteid will
•he ahtilvereiry e.errl.en of the Few X®-
rietv. Him 4> trf-thit the .lxty-flri
vere.ry of the founding of th,- t.
The alumni <ldreM will be delivered by
I rof K A Pound of Wavrro.. an alum
ixi. of the claps of . and "Vie of th- hart
•l eakera and met ppffntnent educator,
of Houth (leorala The other speaker, will
he John E. Itopeer of WaahUurton.
welcome ald reap TlfTany Turnbull of
M iHlr. Ho, Kla , rhl f.amm* re-prma.-
nrd lecuren W Foreman of Washington,
tia . annlver.arr addrep.
Mr Marvin I. Bunr. who h“ been ee
rloualy 111 for the t at weak wn auf
flrleiuly recovered today to have for hi.
home In Waycroea, accompanied hy hi.
parents. Mr not Vlr. J H Bunn and
hi. aunt. Mr. Taylor llunn It I. the
hope of Mr BuiW. many friend, that he
will a>W>n he entirely recovered, and will
be able to re-enter college.
FH ATKHAIYIfc* AT EffORY.
A|© Who Have Recently Joined Col
lege Societies There.
Bmory Ooilage. Oxford. Ga.. Oct 21.
Finery'* ©even fraternities ore all in fin©
condition this year and have before them
bright prospects fr a successful year s
work The Initiates to date are as follows
Sigma Alpha Epsilon Edwin F. M right.
1901. of Rom©, Harold L Woof tan, 19m
of Washington. Ga . and Alfred H. Dro
vutt, 19m of Brunswick Dhi Phi Eu
gene B Burden, llss. of Macon. H F
worth. 190. of Rom* Alpha Tau Omeg
C F Qtilllkin. of West Tolnt W N
Banks lßtfl oi Grantvlll© J F McGhee
19ii3 of Romo; R B Barnett. 19C. of
Grant vlll©. J T Bohannon. 19fC. of Dul
verton. and Garret W Quiiltan. 19i4. of
Madison. Phi Delta Theta T Armstead
1908. of Atlanta. W C. Janep. ppectal of
r>iw’Ain. W P Cheatham. sf*©.i*l of
Dawson and Frank Bell. 1904 of Atlant
Kappii Alpha Welborn M Reynolds. 19U
of Marietta. F M Anderson. 19**3. of
Tampa. Fla , R Davis Anderson. 193. of
Tamfm Km . William B Bonnet, 1904, of
Oxford: flam B. McCutcheon, 1904. of
Siir©vt*iort. La W H McGreror. 19*1.
of Snrevf i*rt I m , W. Granville Taylor
of Wavcroai. 1903; Georg© Henderson. 1901.
of Humph*), and Kllert Hale, 1941. of
Hm© Sigma Nu: John E Rooser. 19 2.
iof Washington. Ga.; H. L. Bridges. 19*1.
of Camilla; W. W Knox. 19*4. of Albany;
A I* Woolley 190. of Atiintn nrxl W
A Hhejmrd of Valdosta. 19H Delta Tail
I©lttt Char lea H©©d of Amerk-us. Th©s©
men will be valuable aiklitions to the
various chapters with which they have
allied themselves, and will play h prom*
I inmi iwri in all phases of college life.
BAAKEHS IN JAC KSONVILLE.
Party lu Making a Tour of the flra
hoaril Air Line.
Jacksonv.lU*. Fla . Oct. 23.—A large par
ty of bankers from th© cities of the
Eastern and Middle Atlantic states ar
rived In the city to-night In private cars
over the board Air Line.
John Bott of Ladenburg. Thalmnn A
Cos.. New York. Is In direct charge of the
potty. H© was formerly president of the
Cincinnati Southern, now a portion of the
flout horn Railway. The firms of all the
representatives in this trip are interested
in Seaboard Air Lin© securities, and the
trip over th© system was arranged for
them by President John Skelton Williams,
who desired that they might see the prop
erty for themselves.
4 ollear© lla> at Karolina Fair.
Columbia. S C., Oct 23 School and
College Day and the State Fair promises
to !© a big success. Spec 1-11 trains w!.| b©
run to Wlnthrop and Dp nson college* to
bring their students W*wn. The-e are pojk
ular lnsil utlons of learning of the stit*.
Defpll# tddltlons nude for th© * omns>
dation f student* dogens have been turn
ed from their doots this fall in e* me cas •
the ap|*eals have le*n pathetic The
smaller colleges and private schools will
also have large delegations her© Hup- t-
Intendent John J McMahan Is pushing
th© matter and the prospe t.* are that
I'd) or 2.<ts* young peop.e wdl be here.
Iniirr Her Oitn llnlldlngai.
Columbia fl D. Oct 23—Under an net
of the last Legislature, South Da roll a
has become her own underwriter. All the
nubile buildings. liudutling th© four c I
lege© at DJemson. Rock Hill. Dolttm -la
and Charleston will be Insured by the
state. An assessment will l© p and 1 y
the*** Institutions and bv the sta • f r the
state hnu© until the amount s \a and n
teaches S2O >• • In the meantime If there
is a fir© the lo#f will fall di e • ly t'pon
j the taxpayer*.
Purely vegetable, mild and reliable
HeguUte the Liver and Dlgeative organa
The .afe.t and heat medicine in the world
of all disorders of €h© £ otnarh, Elver.
Bowels, Kidneys. BiSdldcr Nervoua r*
eases. !©>§* of Ai>petle. IBadachS. Constl
patu>n. Dosilvenra-, Indigestion. Bilious
ness. Fever, Inflammation of the Bowels,
Files and all derangement* *f the Internal
Vis <wa. PKRFEDT DIOESTION will be
h re-*rn pi 1* bed by faking RADWAY’B
PIEEB By o doing
flick Headache. Foul Stomach. Bllteusnese
will be avoided, as the food that Is eaten
contribiHej* its nourishing properties for
fhe support of the natural waste of the
Frtce. 25-- per box floid by all druggists,
or sent by mall on receipt of price
RADWAY A DO . 66 Elm *• . New York
IMPHOVtUFAT OF THE OOOJIEE.
Ilablln llvtalnea© lien •• Consider an
Appenl t Conarrss.
Dublin. Ga Oct 23 - Friday right, rext.
the Young Men s Business Rcague, the
Dublin Me-nrbants Dlub end the Dubi.n
Board of Trade will me in Krugr.t* of
Pythias hall for the purpose of Jointly
considering several matter* of much im
te*rtanc* to Dublin The main quratlwn
to come up la the one looking 10 the Im
provement of the * a-onee It 1* probable
tha? fhe meeting will formulate a plan by
which that lm|iortant waterway wli; be
made of much benefit to Dublin. Congress
will be a.sked to **iproprla*e |3* , ’la> f r
its Improvement It 1* leli.-ved that this
sum would put th* Ocor.ee In such fine
shai*e that large steamers could ply It the
Th© railroad situation will also be dD
cussed. The Dublin people ar© anxious
to Kt*t |n touch with Savannah, and have
Invited Freaklenl John flkeitor* WlMiams
of th** fleaUwrd Air Hirv© Railroad, to
mo t with them' mutt Friday night, to
(liwui© the advisaidllty of building a
lin© from Lyons to iHiblln. Mr. Williams
ha* not yet given an answer lo the in
vitation given him by the Merchants'
It 1© highly probable ihat a certain
Arm in Dublin will soon b** classed * a
fraud by the pootofllce department, and
denied th© use of tn© mail*. It Is known
that an In© pec tor has been •del for. to
Irqtilr© Into the methods of thla person,
ami if b© finds a© much evidence ©gainst
hm) ns Is claimed, there is no doubt
but that h© will be classed a fraud. It
is rumored that thfw person ha# caught
a great many unsuspecting businstot
house© for nlr© sums. Postmaster Clark
Grelr ha© Invented n rural delivery mall
box and will apply for © patent.
FIFTEEN HAY* OK H AKIXO.
Atlanta Jockey € tub Meet Will Be
gin on (lot. .9).
Atlanta. Os , Oct. 23 —Tha Atlanta
Jockey Club will hold a running meet be
ginning f>© J) and continuing for fifteen
days Th© management has secured sever
al consignment© of horses ©n rout© from
Cincinnati, the North and many Eastern
point* to New Orleans. Theae. together
with the animals which were entered at
th* Inter-state fair races, will constitute
a .Ist of some strangth. Between cm© and
two hundred hors©* are already In the
city Five events ar© down for each day
Th© purses will rang© from $l5O to
with special offerings thickly lnterperse* 1
Tto club Is already handlcajped by in
adequate accomnKMkttiott*. but this has
been partially overcome by the different
member* of the club turning over their
private stables to the c.w'ners About a
domen bookmaker* have arrived, and It Is
said to-day that if th© meeting Is h suc
cess racing will be continued Indefinitely
The ©vents will be run on the hulf-mll©
track at Kxio*ttlon inrk
SI PIIEAIE ( OI HT TO HEAR IT.
Southern Kxproee Stamp nee to (io
Before That Body.
Atlanta. Oct. 23 General Ter
rell received a telegram this morning
from th- clerk of th© United State* Su
preme Court, stating that the court had
v affect toned the ap>cal for certiorari tn
th** case of the Georgia Dommls
i skoci. vs. the Southern Express Company
This means that the court will hear ar
gument In the cas© and also that there
Is a sufficient ground for appeal
The case will be taken Up some time
next w**ek. and Attorney General Terrell
will ugiln appear before the court to ar
gue the |*olnts made In the United States
Dmirt and In h© Circuit Court of Apfe-al*
The case involves the right of th© South
ern Express Company to make th© send
er of an express package pay for the rev
enue stami* whb h Is placed d|on the re
ceipts Issued by th© company Th© case Is
an important on©, and the final decision
means much for the ex pres* company.
.AE ABO ARID* I ONNOLIH ATICVA.
( ommltftlon lin* Recognised by Ap
plying Hole I.
Atlanta. Oct. 23 —The Railroad Commis
sion, m t to-day and dlspoaad of a num
ber of petitions and complaints that have
l*©en before that body for aom© time. Th©
most Important action taken by the com
mission was in recognliing the conaoll
iation of th© Seaboard. Georgia and Ala
tam. ami Florida Central and iVninsular
roads hy applying rule on© to the reor
ganised B©aboard fly Mem. Thl* rule pro
vide* that r.iflroada under the same man
agement and control shall assess contin
uous mllsifs rates. This mean* an av
erage reduction of about 25 per cent, over
ih© rates heretofore allowed connacltng
| roods, where bth participated in the
A number of unimportant routine vn.it
-1 ters w* r© disposed of.
Htiurr IIIMSHHOI I.Y SHOT.
Ilr.pt'ru I. %.ar<> Emptlftl Hill
nntl I :•••„ ir,l.
Atlanln. Of*. 3.—ln A>)maonv!ll> Il
| trict thl* mornlnit l daylight Hallir
IJornafry wan flangfroutly hol by a ne
,ro idnv'l Treadwell whom he wm at.
t, mptlnK to arrrat on a warrant
Thrrr bultet. from the neitro'a Kun en
trr.d Hornehs'e body, one tn the atom
ach, one In the hand, ind another tn the
lez He may dl- Will Joftea, who went
with the bailiff to rtxike the arre.t, fell
In eharlnc the der*rate ne,ro after the
ehootlnit. and broke hl arm It I* be
llevrd the negro i rhot In the breaet.
ae both the bailiff and hi. enmi>anion emp
tied their revolver, at him *h-n he
o|;etied fire on them
Live lllrd Conteat In Atlanta.
Atlanta. Oct. 3 —The amateur live bird
•hdotinir tournament began here to-day
with twenty-three entrlea from Georgia,
South Carolina, Tennerree. North Caro
lina and Halttmore (rood aeore* were
t.mde under bad weather condition. A
gold medal and rllvcr cup are the j>r!*e
J H Ma kle of Cincinnati U managing
WIDOW OF SOUTHERN HERO.
RELirT F "-Tom: W A 1.1." JtfKWti
BATTLING FOB 111 H LICK.
ftclleltuilr of Prlf.d. Over Hr.nil
of U.l VnrKl.nl Oprratlow—Horn,
l.llr of *lr.. Jark.on Nino® I I oar
of C'lvll War—Dr vof ton fo loanirkirr
anil to Linin'. ( Ulldrro nf ( bar.
Jot it*. C.
From the Chicago Chronicle.
Charlotte. X. C.. Oct >—ln thl, city.
In which Ihe widow of (Jen. "Stontwall”
Jackaon ha. n.i.!•* her home for #o many
year., the progrrsi of her condition In
Baltimore for the lapi week or two ho*
l>een watched with to.lrltude. She left
here enriy tn October to receive treat
ment for a chronic malady and on Monday
of thla week came the Informal.on that
.he had undergone a painful operation,
latter report. Indicate that ehe la improv
ing and her friend, here hope to *e her
soon among them restored to health
Mr. Jackson la now over 70 year* old.
and. though suffering and eorrow have
added their traces to those of the [*.i -sing
1 years, her face .till retain# much of ihe
fascination ai.d beauty whicu enthralled
I the then awkward, diffident young mil -
tary cadet from lvexlngtcn when he first
met her a* Anno Morrison at the home of
(Jan. David HUI. Her black, luxurl-im
hair ha. few trace, of gray and tier black
eye. are piercing and lu.trou. ftt.l
Since Ihe decith of Mr# Jacks- n'. onlv
child, Mrs. Christian, several year. ag.
she ha. devoted her life to Per grandchil
dren. who reside with her. Her home I.
a plain two-.lory building on Trade street
To the unpretentious dwelling, h'-wever.
n plcturewpie charm l given by Ivy and
maderla vine, climbing at will atom the
I veranda, violet bordered walks leading to
the hoapltnble doorway and stately mag
nolia, casting their luxuriant foliage ocer
the whole Within la Ihe refined atmoa
phere of a typical Southern home, in
the drawing-room th- moot con
spicuous object I. n larg. oil paint
ing of General Jackaotr Portraits of
other her-a whoee metnorle, are .till
cacrel tn the heart, of oel Confederate,
are also hung everywhere uj>on the walla.
Interaperaed with tattered fitg# and o*ner
trophke of the lost cause.
Here the widow of one of the great mil
itary gentu.es of the world ha. letc-ed
her peaceful day*, busied with her houee
h*d duties or superintending the educa
tion of her grandchildren .
Her Girlhood Home.
In her "Life of Ja©ks.>n” ah© said “The
home of my girlhood era* large, old
fashioned house, surrovirwied by n ©x
tensive grove pine f4>r*‘M trees, on a
plantation in 1 Jh'Oln c*iufity. North D;r
Una. Mv faliklr was Ran Dr Robert
Hall Morrison, the first president of Dm*
vldaon College He was a graduate of
th© university of the state. of th©
same class oh Preatdani James K Folk.
Bishop Green ami others of note in church
Mrs. Jackson's mother was Mary Gra
ham. daughter of Gen Joseph Graham of
revolutionary fame, and ©lster of Gen
\V. A. Graham, who was once Secretary
of the Navy.
Mrs. Jackson was on© of ten children
fix daughters and four sot-s. She spent
much of her early Ilf© in Washington
with her unci©. Gen. Graham- Whll© on
a visit to Islington. Va.. she met her
future husband, (hen Prof T J Jack
sort. shorn *h© married in July. 1257 Gen.
Jackson died In 1963. May 10. and left his
widow and on© child, a girl. Julia, who
was but a few month* old The two and
the ©killful old nurse Hetty re
turned to the Morrison home In
Lincoln county, where th©\- lived a quiet
life until Julia was ready to enter coliege
wh©n the mother and child moved to
Charlotte After finishing school Julio
married \V K. Christian, a talented news
paper man. now in th© service of the Sea
board Air Line Railroad at Portsmouth.
Va. Mrs. Ja kson lived with th© young
couple In 8t Paul. Minn.. Minneapolis and
other Western towns up to lsy>, when Mrs.
Christian died, after which sh© returned
to her home In Charlotte and brought with
her Julia and Ju kson Christian, her
grandchildren. Miss Dhrletjm. sister of
Mrs. J.ickfona son-ln-4w, cam** to live
Mrs. Jackson was always an Interesting
person. She lived a quiet life among her
friends and relatives During this quiet
and comparatively lonely tif© sh© conceiv
ed the idea of publishing th© character
life of h**r husband, especially as a leg
acy for the grandchildren, who wer© too
young to remember hearing fr .m her own
lips th© reminiscences of their hero grand
It was hy her close application to thl*
writing. In addition to the almost bur
densome correspondence which her posi
tion entailed upon her. that caused he
strain on the nerves uround th© ©ye. which
brought her years of suffering and will
bring death, flhe had the nerves cut sev
eral years ago. but th© relief was only
temporary. The result of the operation
now' performed in Baltimore is dangerous
and It awaited her* w*nh much anxiety
hy her friends.
Mrs. Jackson's Charlotte home in very
near the flout hern Railway station, w here
an aged Mexican war veteran who served
under Jackson has *t*>d for years ns
guard ll© took great pride in guarding
Mrs. Jackson and lost no opportunity to
point out the house to *• ranger*. The
house Is a plain two-glory frame building
and th© yard Is adorn**d by several beau
tiful evergreen trees \Vh©n t horn© Mrs
Jackson lived h simple but pleasant Ilf©,
surrounded by her bright grandchildren,
who ar© now off at school.
Mrs. Jackson spent part of every year
at Lexington. Va.. her h*olth |©rmititng.
It was there that she spent her married
life and where her husband and daughter
Mrs. Jackson Is an Ideal Southern lady
of the old school. Sh© l* president of the
Daughters of ih© Confederacy and regent
of the Daughters of the Revolution.
THE HE A lio Alt Ife’a ( Oil ENTIONi.
Intereaflng Krournmme for tli©
Jnekaonft ill© Meeting.
Jacksonville. Fla. Oct. 23- Between 2ho
and 3nr> delegates arrived this afternoon
and to-night to attend the flexbord Air
Line Industrial Convention, which begins
here to-m>rtow morning The convention
will b© called to order at 10:3< a m. In
th© Foard of Tr l© room© Tn© following
programme was made public to-night
Address of w* l©om on liehalf of the
business m©n. Dant C E Garner, i re-p
dent of the Foard of Trad©.
Response by Do! Georg© C Crogan of
M I*l*l let on. Ga.
Report of John T Patrick, chief Indus
trial agent of the BenLvird Air Line Rail
Address by J B Upham of tha Youth's
Afternoon session: Report* of industrial
Night session *Y> p. m gr©©;pg from
Mrs R A l*o!lard. president of the
Jacksonville Woman’s (Tub.
Address©* hy Mrs S:- -Cube of At anta,
Gn ; Mrs. Heard, of Middleton, Ga M s
Coleman of South Carol.na. a *1 Mis*
Mary EUkX (10 years of age) of North
Thursday—General remarks by lady In
Conference of school superintendents
Addresses by state and county superin
tendents of education and p omlnen
achool workers from Virginia. North an l
South Carolina. Georg a. Alabama and
—The King of Denmark after his vtflt
to the Farts Exposition, is to run over to
England, stopping at Sandringham and
• * MARINE INTELLIGENCE.
Matters of Interest ta Shipping Men
Capt. Abbott, of th. British ateamer
Conch, which arrived at Philadelphia on
Friday hut. In said to be undergoing a
great deal of mental torture at preeent
owing to the dimppearance of two of
hi. crew in thl. city, who went a>hor
without leave, and it le expected trill not
return unless compelled to do to. Capt.
Abbott hae had detectives emu ring the
city for the pant twenty-four hours look
ing for hi. recreant sailors, and is quite
worried over their eecape from hte hand.
The reason that he Is so anxious lo re
cover the two men who have eo myste
riously eetcaped. Is thst they ere Chinees
arid. a. captain of tha ship he Is liable
to forfeit a hood of 11.000 for each of
them according to the I’nlted States laws.
Th# Austrian brig Ntcolleto arrived yes
terday from quarantine.
The British steamsMp OrmeOby. Capt.
Robinson, arrived yeeterdoy from Ten—-
rlffe. rtVve ie consigned to W. W. WUoon.
and will load for Bremen.
On or about X<w. 12. a blower siren will
he established at the station on the north
western end of Governor's Island, New
York harbor to sound a continuous blast
during thick or foggy weather The pres
ent bell, sounding a double Mow every
twenty seconds during thick or foggy
weather, will be retained at th* station
and will he struck, oe heretofore. In case
the siren should be disabled
I'nasesgers br SMssmshlps.
Passengers by steamship Kansas City
for Now York —Miss Cornelia Johnson.
Mrs J. L Johnson. Dr 3. L. Phillip*.
Mies Jennie G Haines W B Barnes.
1 H Reed. Rlcßarrl Tieeken W D. Bey
mer. Capt William Jackawuy. Mlsa Edith
nvanaugh. J Barr Glenn. H K Adams,
Mis* Mary Carhon. W H Kay. Dr. E
W. Peterson. W. H. Reynolds. J. H
leigan, Mrs D B Lester. A GotdenUth.
Richard M Leeter. C. H ftehroder. B’.
H Allen. Frank Ward. William Schecker.
August Schecker. H
Ches. H Otterson. J. Mnrqula, William
I'assengers by steamship D. H. Miller
sailing to Baltimore yesterday—B. H.
Rothschild. J M. Bteroburg, James Cgrr,
Sun tines at .12 a. m. and wets at 5:1
High water at Tytiee to-day at 7 SO s
m amt IS p m High water oe Savan
nah on- hour later.
Phases of the Moos for October.
D. H. M.
First quarter 1 2 10 eve.
Full moon k 7 If morn.
last quarter 15 2 61 morn.
New moon 25 7 27 morn.
First quarter 21 2 17 morn
ARHIVAL9 AND DEPARTURE*.
Ynarla Arrived Yesterday.
B‘eomshlp Tallahassee. Asktns. New
York.—Ocean Steamship Company.
ffteamahlp ormeaby (Br>, Robinson. Ten
©rlffe. W W Wilson.
Steamship Isiura (Jir). Yule. New Tork
flrrach m it Cos.
Brig Nlcoletto (Auat). Favich. from
A 'easels Cleared Yesterday.
Schooner William E Down©#. Richard
son, New York.
Vessels Went to las.
Steamship Kansas City. Fisher. New
flteamship IV H. Miller. Feters. Balti
Steamship Alleghany. Foster. Y*hllad©l
Brig Marla Teresa (Span), Tag©*. Buen
fl hoonvr Rfla L. DavenporX. Dunton.
Fort Tampa. Fin . Ort 23 -Arrived tug
Gullleromo I>n>ea and barges Michaels
and Butin Dal lin*. Havana, steamer Oli
vette. Smith. Havana, via Key We*?.
Jacksonville, Fla . Oct. 23.—Cleared,
steamship Cocoa. Thompson. New York
Fern ndina. Fla., Oct. 23 —Cleared,
steamer Forest City (Bn, Taylor, Ham
burg, via Norfolk.
Key West. Fla.. Oct 23 —Arrived 22d.
steamer* OllveHte. flmHh, Havana, and
sailed for Fort Tampa
Arrived 23rd steamer Mascotfe. White
Port Tampa and sailed for Havant
Sailed, lug Abram Minis. Femandlna.
Charleston, fl C.. Oct 23 - flailed, tug
Alexander Jore© Adkins. Ocracoke with
dredge Alabama in tow.
Arrived, steamer Seminole. Hearse. Bos
ton. via New York
Baltimore, Oct 23.—Arrived, steamer
State of Texas. Savannah,
flail©*!, eteamer Dorchester. Savannah.
Philadelphia. Oct. 23—Cleared, steamer
Oct. 30. Arrived, steamer
Bremen. Oct. 23—Arrived. ateamer
Georg© Fleming. Savannah
Oct 22. Arrived, steamship
Herrlx (BpanL Eraurgutn. Vera Cru*;
Apex (Bn. Popham. Genoa, via Gibraltar
Kuskaro iSj-sni. Lutsuraga Galves.on.
put In for t'oal; Catania. Furlong. Mo
bile; Hugin (Nor), Anderson. New Or
Cleared, barks Rplca (Nor>, Bammuel
sen. Damians, Prof. Johnson (Nor), Ol
sen. Bueno# Ayres.
Per schooner William K Pow-new for
New York, SM.IM feet yellow pine lum
ber.—Cargo by E, B. Hunting A Cos.
Ter eteamahlp P H Miller for Balti
more —l2O bole* upland ootiotj. 1,117 bar
rel* r.-wln, 2210® feet lumber. M pack
ices fruH. 72 barrel* ro*ln oil. 00 barrel*
cotton *eed oil, *2 *acka rte# chaff. 14*
mrkage* md*e, 2S package* domestics and
ynrne, 10 bale* hides.
Per *:eam*hlp Alleghany for Philadel
phia ~£o hales upland cotton. Ml barrels
ro*ln. 1M barrels turpentine. 101.STt feet
lumber. 77 packages fruit. £ barrel* rosin
oil. 7K sicks clay. 4.214 oak staves. 212
package* mde no packages domestic*
oi.l yarns, 2a bale* llnter*.
Toller lo Marlaero,
Pilot chart* and all hydrographic tnfor
motion will be furnished master* of ves
sel# free of charge In I’nlled Hta'e* hy
drographic office In Pus tom House. Cap
latns are requested to call at the office
Reports of wreck* and derelict* received
for transmission to the Navy Depart
IH. OI.EHX II 4b Hf l(,>KI).
He I* F.dllor of the Wesley on Chris-
Atlanta. Oct. 2J-t>r W F. Olenn ha*
resign'd the editorship of th# Wesleyan
Christian Advocate, and the board of
trustees of that paper will meet to-morrow
to name his successor Dr. Olenn ha*
occupies! the editorial chair for twelve
veurs lie I* anxious io re-enter the act
ive work of the ministry, however, and
trdered hi* resignation, to take effect
on tie last of the yar. Tha resignation
wo accepted with a prod deal of reluct
once on the part of the board. Several
nWf preache: a have been mentioned aa
hi# successor, among them Rev R. J.
Brigham. Rev W. p Lovejoy. both of
Atlanta, tod Rav. J, w. Hetdt of Alh
riGEON SHOOTING OOVPEaT*
Crack Shots Entered in the Ton,*
■went In Baltimore.
Baltimore. Oct. S_ A pig. ln (hno<
tournament tn which many 0 f the C rac
shots of ibe country will perticß*,, "‘J
during which the famoua "Dupwu cupT
WIU be shot lor. began here thl- mo-nt, .
at the ground* of the Baltimore an ~,-*
Association Just outside the city.
th* out-of-town *ntrl*t are
Fred Gilbert of Spirit Like. lowa r 0 l
Thomas Martin. BlufTton. S. C j> ,
Pierce. Wythavllle. Va.. Charles MaoAlm
ter. Wythevtlle. V. y. atmrns, Rlc , I
mond. Va.; C J. Wicks Virginia; A. W
Dubray. Kentucky; Dr. O. W. Bird, New'
port News, Va.; P J QalUghor. p, Jru .
mouth. Vo.; W. A. Hamnvond, Richmond
Thar* was a Urff* crowd of
•iwi ©frthuaiaaui at th© to-<Ja y
Thrs© ©v©nu war*- conrlixM. th© first
s©v©n birds. 17 ©ntranr*©; th© s©rond at
birds. $lO rntranc©. and th© Pimlico j,.
cap at Aftoen birds Th© w>rk of IDli*.
wall of PtilladslphlA. who earnsd a n. n
•ror© In all thr©© ©vanta, was th© featur*
of the day’* sport.
Fair Ipsri ou SJmplr© Track
Nrw York. Oct. 23 —A card of six /war.
rvmht events wa© <l©oid©d to-day at ih*
fDnftplr© Cily rac© track, but sorrv ftr
sport wa© ©njoy©l by a arood six©*! crowd
Flrat Race —About six fur lone*. M .u f
4 to 1. won. with Hlmtin© A to l and . to
1. awvmd. and Unmasked. 4 to 1, third
Hocorui mil© end a •irteer.tfc
*©mnq Miss Hanover. 3to 1. wor., w.*|
Buffoon. 8 to 1 and 3 to l, a©*xiid.
F*ax Hpkinrr. 8 to 1, third. Tim© I;U^.
Third Race—Flv© and on©-half furkxi|
Qu©©n Carnival. 6 to 1. won. with Kai*.
arlna. 7 Cos 2 end 7 to 5 ©econd, and
then. 16 to l. third. Tim© 1 07.
Fourth Rac©— One mil© end a firrking
SH fkmonlnn, 16 to 6. won. wWh Anntr
3 to 1 and even. *©cond. himl <y
IYere. 7 to 3. third. Tim© 1 S3 1-6
Fifth Rec©-Ftv© and m nelf furl* r.*a
Cresson. 5 to 2. won, with DamelDr. i
1 and 1 to 1. Hti<l Mark Un. *
to l, third Tim© I:o7**.
Rlxth Rac©— On© mil© end twenty vsnh.
Wafer Cure. 9 to 6. won. with Arrjuitk
% to 6 and 3 to 6. second, and Hiiniruxt,
Bto 2. third Tim© 1:43V
Hoar© R©Mlts at
Cincinnati, Oct. 23 —Reauflt at N^r^r:
Kim and a half furionti.
PrIiSML, 3 to 1, won. with Al©x P©4.rs©n.
6 to 6. s©cond, and Lon* Flo. 13 to 1, liurl
Tim© 1:09v, 4
Second H*ce-One mil© and n quarter
Fla* of Truce, 7 to 2. won with
4 to 1. aecond. and Baffled. 40 to 1. thlnl.
Third Rac©—fVx furlon**. s©lllnx F*ir
I>ec©iv©r. 7 to 6. won. with Forbush \<) n
1. s©cond. and Blenheim. & to 2. thirl
Fourth Rac©—On© ml!© and fifty
handicap. Branch. 13 to 6. won. with I>-
na fleay. 16 to R, a©cond. anl Bchul b
to 1. third Tim© 144
Fifth Rac©-~Blx furkmira. IJkenm !
to 1. won with Klnpraine. R to 2. second
and Albula, R to 1. third Tim© 1 14\
Sixth Ran©—Six furlonir*. ©©lling Frin
c©©© Tbvra. 9 to 2. won. with Nancy Tl!l.
4 to 1. aecond, and Rrular, 10 to 1, thirl
• ♦ .
Tli© Aa© of t))t©r.
From th© Fish Inv Oaoett©.
Th© oyater at th© commencement of tta
career la so smali that tw million." w.*ull
only occupy a square Inch In six mentht
each Individual oyater Is lar*e encuar. tn
cover a quarter, and In twelve months 4
half dollar The oyster is Its own archi
tect. and th© *h©ll grows as the fish in
side grows. b©4njr never too small I? xlso
hears Its age upon Ita back. anl It i
easy to tell the age of an oyster by look
ing at Its shell, as that of hor** by look
‘ng at their teeth.
Every one who has handled an oyster
shell must hav© noticed the success!?*
layer* overlxppinir other These are
technically termed "shots.” and each on*
marks a year’s growth, so that hy count
ing them th© age of the oyster can he de
l*p to the time of Its maturity—that Is.
when four years of age—the shots are nic
ular and successive, but after that time
they become irregular, and r piled one
upon another, so that the shell grown
bulky and thickened
Fossil oysters have been *©©n of which
each shell was r.ln© inch©* thick, when***
they rnwy b© guessed to be more than nine
hundred years old. One million to two mil
lion oysters are produced by a sing."
parent, and their scarcity may h* ac
counted for by the fact that man i* not
the only oyster eating animal. The star
fish loves the oyster and preys upon it
unceasingly A variety of wh©ik if
very fond of young oysters to K"t
which It bore* right through the shell rd
sucks the flsh up through the hole thus
1 111 MB
Of the Town
twvaijM we keep the CHOI' EBt
WHITING’S CITT GLASS
Our own tielecllan from the t***
maker* of the workl.
from the (Treat mart* of I-jrop*.
Nothing liner aver shown her*.
In *ll itylea and with the latert Im
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