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TWO SPEECHES IN TRENTON.
(ConllmieiJ from Ftr*t
The trust Ip wrong from an
star.icotnt. for if you will #•* you
will And ihut the first thing that tht iruit
doc whin H n*‘t> con’rol of on Industry
t* to raise th‘ prl< • Then th . onsum*
er* suffer Tne nr*! ni| Ip •* *hut
dowti ihr fuoiorlff to r*dure production
l-r-niupf a high price 1 the demand,
and then the trust tfir* onto the labor
ing man who Ip ill* waiting for a Job.
the expanse of k* if up the high
**lt Ip wrong econom! alljr for another
rea*or It rHsroum** inventive genlu*.
for if nil ro<*n who hiv. -kill In one oc
cupation ar* ur hr **• man. they hang
upon him It 1* th< h**pe *f in lependcnc* ;
R Ip the hope that y u can some l.y
be your n m *'• r. tha* ftimulati H p*o
plr %o highest • rwteavor; and when you
take this hoj* iwit of the human hr* aei
and plant despair In ftp phff. you start
•lownw .rd t■•ward th* lev* I *f th* l *rk
***** And if i bad for the laboring man.
for If i 1 ib Ting m in ha* genlua and skill
an*l M* **mployer fn*-s not recognise hi*
eklll and genlua, another employer will
Hut when there I* but one employer men
genius Ip at a discount and a son-in-law
will do a* well i t* genlua. # *
Vtemedleo for Truafa.
it*f*-rr;r* to hip retnedl* for the trust*.
Mr Rrynn *aki
*T am almost of mid to suggest th* rem
edy down her*. for If w- u **eed in .
s-queetmg the water out >f the Nrw Jer-
N> corporations vou will have a tidal i
wave greater th in that t* Gaivcsion You j
will have h flood f*r a wide i' you will J
have horn corporation* afterward*
*'\Vhv should orpoxitkei* organ lied in .
New Jerr• \ |e rmltt#d to |H > on th© '
whole country Why phould a corporation
organic**! in 11 . atat* > ptmlHtd to
enter into internal# commer • until It <
first shows that it K going to i a legit I- j
mate bust net and not going out a* a
highwayman" I twlieve that If yiu will
provide, first, that a >rjomtlon phall ;
have the traler equ*n *ed out. un i. j
second. that it show that
II Ip not trying to monopolise
any branch of basin***, and then provide j
tor a t*v< a:ion of tne lit rw* if tht* con
ditions are violated. I b*ilevt* you could
destroy every private monopoly engaged
in Intemtite commerce mil prevent th*
creation of new one* 1 am not worry
ing about tno* <orporattons confine*! to
the **?a?**. for if the corporation prey* up
on the people of the Piatt and upon them
akaie. I am willing to leave the people to
fight It out with their lot il corporation,
and let |t nve ns long a* they have any
thing for the corporation to eat. Hut whei
a corporation leave* a state and goes Into
other elate*. | ,im not witling to leave t
to the state. ! am not willing to put
forty-four Plate* at the mercy of a truet
merely because |t hire* one state to let it
stay there w'hlle it plunders the other
Against Flection Betting.
doping hie speech Mr Itryan made an
earnest npp.ni for tampalgn work until
the dope of the campaign and asked hi*
eu|*|*rere not to bet on result*. say It g
*‘lf you have any money to Pfvtro. put It
in the ramiKiign fund Instead of Iwtiing I
with It. Do not try to lteat the Rcpuhl •
cans at their gam**. When you bet you
bet your money; when a true? m ignat *
betp be beta other people's money. A
ltowupaper friend of min** gave acme good
advice tii* aHmr4iy h* told th** iemo
cnatp that if they would put their money
In the campaign fund they would g- f
satisfaction enough out of pucc*-aa to make
them willing to *|>end th** mcfiey th>t
way. and if we lore It was no gratlil-a
tion to give the Republican* Democratic
money as well as a victory in this cnv
paign We irnot go io the great • o--
poratkm* and ask them to contribute 1 .*-
cauaei wo do not intend that they Phould
Snake It bark out of th* people. We have
got to m.ke a people'* tight, and you who
are Interewb-d In this fliht ought to sup
port the tight, not only with your votes
but with your work and with the money
that you can spare,'*
The Opel* Air Hrrllng.
Mr. Bryan's outdoor meting In Tren
ton woe u tremendous. success. t*xh In
point a <t attendance and enthusiasm on the
part of the crowd. He spoke standing In
hie carriage. and said:
"I am willing to risk the laeuee of this
campaign In the hand. of th, Amerlnin
people. If to-morrow tiii'ming the voters
were permitted lo go to the tolls and
write on their ballots their opinions on
the question before the country, with no
one to Intimidate. I have no doubt that
we would carry this country by s pop
ular majority, such as no ticket has ever
rarelved In the I'nttrd States The only
question to my mind Is. what effect will
be produced by the coercion that Is now
betnic ottemiited by those who stand at
the head of areal corporations I went
to Auburn, N. Y.. the other day, anil I
learned that the head of n large manu
facturing eetabllshment has threatened to
rkjec his works In case I war
elected I do not know how many threats
like that will he made I do not know
what effect such threats will have, but
1 am going to give to you (sharing men
an answer to such a threat Whenever
your employer tells you that you will lose
your Job If you vote for me. you tell him
that If the country Is half as prosperous
as he siys It Is you ought to be able to
Pnd another Job very soon: but If there
le no place for a tn-‘in to work If he loses
the Job he now has. there Is no prosperity
in this country to hout about
"I esk you when will you be stronger
10 fight this bailie than you are now’ If
after all this period of b asted prosperity
>ou have not laid up enough money to
stand an bllenes sofa wo k. don’t you
think you had better vote for some partv
that will give you a better chance than
that to lay up something for a rainy
BUY AT IT rim. UIKI.PHI A.
Spoke to large Crowd From Balcony
•if the Times tlfltce.
Philadelphia. Oct IS.-William J Bryan
arrived In this city t SIS o’clock this
morning from Wilmington. Del . whets
he spent the night after hl big tr p
through a portion of Maryland and laela
ware yesterday Mr. Bryan was es-orted
by the Democratic city C mmltlee of
When he arrived at the Broad street sta
tion of the Pennsylvania Hsllroad he was
greeted by a mass of people that Jammed
ths big train floor so completely that lip re
was scarcely room for his party to make
tts way to the street The streets sur
rounding the station were also crowded
with thousands of people curious to ree
<he Democratic candidate.
At 11 o’clock Mr Bryan was driven to
the office of Iho Phils., clphlu Tim.-, lie
was met by Col. A. K. McClure, the vet
eran alitor of that psjw-l* and . cori.il to
■ balcony on the second floor o! the burn
ing. Thousands of people ciowded the
streets end cheered him Mr. Ilryan was
Introduced by Col. McClure and s;oke In
port os follows:
"1 am g ild to be able lo stop a moment
In this city, and Ism more delighted lo
speak lo you from the building where this
paper Is so Intelligently edited for Amer
ican as against European Idea*. I be,love
the only reason our principles are nol
ae strong In the Hast ns In the West l
because the East has not the same oppor
tunities as rhe West Our parly Is nol
th* party of the f. w. but the party of the
masses It seeks no special prlvllge for
aumr. but equal rights for all. The Dem
ocratic party Is making a canvass on the
platform that nates Us position on every
question, but the Republican |>arty Is
■ ondonttng o campaign on a platform ths.
■ unreal- every Issue It does net reveal
tts post*lor. because It knows that If It
makes its principles plain the psopte
would repudiate them. Just re
member when that party met
her* la tos early day* of our
forefathers the Declaration of Indepen
dence was its platform But when It m**t
here this year the Declaration of Ind*--
nderce was Ignored altogether The Rr
i üblican party t aids for te*pnti*m in the
I'htliiplnefi The H* (Hibliran party has m
r me*ly for any evil that confronts the
farmer. Instead it congratulate- the fr
rasr on kiksl rains; the laboring man on
hie full dinner pall as if he was all stom
ach I want you to know that th** full
dinner puli argument does not m**et a re
s|4>nse from those who carry the dinner
| |oil. They want something more. They
! want reMef from lanes and from govem
-1 m**nt by InJiiticti.Tn; they want rapreseti-
I tatlon In the President's cabinet. they
want settlement of disputes i*y arhltra
j tlon; they want laws that make it an of
i fetise to org inlae trusts I recommend
i that you read the aril* les by that distin
guished Pennsylvania Democrat. ex-Oov.
I'ait Ison, who has Just returned from Por
to Rico ami you will find that the Porto I
Ricans can writ* a complaint that will j
rival the complaint - ur t>eofle had agwlnat
Kngland before the revolution. ’
WIU* MMHK l\ ( IMIMIIiI.
Mr*. Bryan Uill Arronpa my Her
llueliaml on Hie Tours.
New York. Oct 25 Mr*. William J.
Bryan Is In this city as the guest of Dr
and Mrs. John H (Gardner, flhe will re
man h*-re until Mr Bryan arrive- In town
and will accompany him on his further
MmolutlnsH Msnni by *taay %ntl-
New York Oct 25 President C. C. j
Hughes of the Oreater New Y* rk Aaso
clotton of Ihe Naliotial Association of
Anti-Imperialist Clubs to-night gave out
a set of rewiluMons which had been sign
ed by over 500 officers of the orguntxatlon
in forty-five states and five irrrltorle© (
The resolutions <ondemn the adminlstra j
11*i t iut of the Porto Rican tariff, the t
sliver) in the Hulu archipelago,” "for
the perversion and suppression of news,” j
fur “the Infamy commit!**! In the Philip
pine Islands.” for the ta It under*landing
with monarchical givernnients which de
prive* a people struggling for seif-preser
vatlon *nd a republican form of govern
men in Bouth Africa of th* moral sup|**>rt
and help which our people would glsd.v |
extend and “for the arbitrary exert*Re
of executive power by the McKinby ad
Hf HUBY TO tiO TO 1,01 IRVaLG.
Will He Willi Rnltclif* Trmplsra of
Kentncliy In IfMil.
Louisville, Oct 2T. —Rear Admiral Bchley j
has accepted th*- Invitation of the Knights i
Templars of Kentucky to attend the
twenty-eighth conclave in Louisville Aug
27-30. 1101. Ills answer, under date of
Kept. 14. was written on hoard the flag
ship Chicago at the Bouth Atlantic sta
tion. Montevideo. l?ruguuy. and was re
ceive*! to-night. The Invitation contained
a request that he take part In the Tem
plar parade as a members of the mounted
staff While agreeing to come to Louis
ville he decline*! to ride a horse, saying
that he dkl not believe It would he |*ositble
for him "to keep the saddle on loard one
for ten minutes, even If the animal were
as gentle as a camel "
Twenty private homes will be open to
entertain Admiral Bchley and he will be
assigned to one of these or to a leading
hotel, as h* may prefer.
HKt KPT ION TO iK*. II (Id. KB.
Made a Speech In NVhleti Me Compli
mented the Colonial*.
Cape Town. Oct. 25 —Blr Redver* Buller,
who landed yesterday from the Ha warden
Castle, na* accorded a magnificent recep
tion The Mayor of Cape Town presented
to him an address In the presence, of thou
sands of enthusiastic cltixens. eulogizing
his great service to Cape Colony and to
In reply to the address he paid a high
tribute to the courage and bravery of the
troops, complimented the colonials, nnd
expressed a hop© that the winning side
would remember that self-sacrifice could
he shown in peace as well as In war
The city Is beautifully decorated and
the popular demonstration was truly re
Tilt: GBRH %N* IRK FHIHKD,
Humor Credits Them With Designs
nil \aiag-tse Region.
Indon. Ort 23—" Rumor credits the
Herman*.” says the Bhanghni correspond
ent of the Times, "with the intention to
take eorly action In the Yang-tee region,
where the military situation I* becoming
serious. The Chinese troops ther*- and
in the North are dilMrcutly drilling and
practicing musketry firing under foreign
trained oflleer* Large quantities of pro
vision*. war material and treasure are
being forwanled from he Yang-tse dis
tricts to th© imperial Court *
FOB THE CHILDREN.
To Keep Their Digestion Perfeet
Tothina la in Safe an,l Pleaeant as
5i,...n s l>iepepsla Tablets.
Thousands of men and women have
found Stuart’* Dyspepsia Tablets the
safest and most reliable |,rrparatio for any
form of Indlgewtlon or stomach trouble
Thousands of pi-ole who ore not sick,
hut are well ami wish lo keep well take
Stuart’s Tablets slier every meal lo In
sure perfect digestion and ovoid trouble
But It Is not generally known that the
Tablets are Just as good and wholesome
lor little folks s for th. ir elders *
Little children who are pale, thin and
have no appetite, or do not grow or thrive
should’ use- the tablets after eating and
will derive great benefit from them
Mrs O H. Orostley, 638 Washington
street. Hotmken. N J. writes Smart's
D> s|w-psta Tablets Just All the Nil for
children as well as for abler folks I’ve
had the treat of luck with them My three
year-old girl takes them as readily as
candy. I have only lo soy ”1.1 hires” ami
she drops everything else and runs for
A Buffalo mother a short time ago who
despaired of I hi- life of her babe was so
deltahec-d with the result* from giving
the- child these tablets that she went be
fore the notary public of Erie county.
New York, and made the following affi
Gentlemen—Stuart'* Dyspepsia Tablets
were recommended So me for my two
months aid baby, which was alck ami
puny wad th* doctor* said was suffering
from Indigestion. I look the child lo the
hospital, but there found no relief. A
friend menlloneel the- Smart Tablets amt
1 procured a tw from my druggist and
used only the large isret lozenges In the
bn* was delighted to find they were Just
the thing for my baby, I feel Justifies! In
saying that Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets
savrel my child'* life
Mrs W T DETHLOPE
Subscribed ami sworn o before me this
!2lh day o! April, IK9?
Notary Public In ami for Erie co. N Y.
For babies, no mailer how young or del
icate. the tablet* will ac ompllsh wonder*
In Increasing flesh, appetite ami growth
ir a* only the large sweet tablets In every
box. Full sized boxes are sold by all
druggists for Bft rents, xml no parent
shoubl nsgleel the use of this safe r-me.lv
for all stomach and bowel ihroubles if
•he child Is ailing In any way regarding
Its fo>d or assimilation
Stuart’s Dyspepsia Tablets have b .
known for >ears as the best -weparaLon
for all sionivoh troubles whether In adults
THE MORNING NEWS: FRIDA . OCTOBER 20, 1900.
Look it your tongue! If It'icoited.
your stomach your liver out of
order. Ayer’* Pills will clean your
tongue, cure your dvspepsta, make
your liver right. Easy to take, easy
to operate. 25c. All druggists.
Wam yopf iiiutiityho or bssru s bssuufsl
brown or rich Mark ? Then use
BUCKINGHAM'S DYE UMKr.
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tiia: < \m or mi imoni.
booth < srolinn Presbytery ttetnins
Him ns n Mitalster.
Columbia. B C., Oct -* —The action of !
this, the Charleston I’rc hytery, In re- j
fa in Inf the Rev. Dr. I J. Ilrlmm a
minister and mfmler of the Prgshvt*rv.
l* spite hi* re*|U* st to he released. Is s aid
to he something unique in the history of
Dr Brlmm Is n young man and cunsld- i
ere*| une of the .ih|e.t in his church In th
Booth. For several v*.*r*. and until quite
re ontly. he was professor In th* Colum
bia Theological Bemtnary, which Is sup
port *sl by th* sytKMft* of Booth Carolin i.
tieorgl.i and Alabama Dr James Wood
row. whose teaching* on evolution caused
such a stir In the Presbyterian Church
of the country tifte* years ago, occupied
tho same chair In the seminary.
At the last examination of the grad
uates of the seminary, the old proff*>r*
who were conducting the work, were as
tonished to hear one of the student* alo
uuently maintaining he 'heory of mlracu
lout healings and the *v her doctrines >f
Christian scientists Wh n aske.l for hlr*
authority the student named his Instm
tor. Dr Brlmm Investigation developed
that this professor h,*l hern so teaching
his clause* Dr Brlmm maintained h!s
l*ellef nnd resigned his professorship. The
whole matter was kept very oul*
A few w* eks asm the “filth cure" ;
preachers who bod been forced to leave *
a Georgia city, came to Columbia and be
gan work on the street corners They *lll |
nothing except for money and were doing .
a rushing business. A local paper having
evidence from the towns this* men had
been In ihut they were frauds, exposed their
method*. Dr. Brlmm immediately pub
licly espoused the rati*** of the "divine
healers” as they called themselves, writ
ing cards In their defense and expressing
belief in their divine power to heal.
WILD CIKF.ftK IN % TRAP.
fnaicht 1 nder t heee noth—ln Orn
Tsllahawsee. Fla.. Oct. 26-Robert J
Itannermun of Gadsden county Is a suc
cessful tobacco grower This summer he
covered a field of several acres with
cheese cloth. Standing eleven feet above
the ground. Tills cheese cloth, It seems,
is serving n double puriose. One day this
week a flock of wild geeee were flying
southward over that section, nnd It Is
surmised thxt they mistook the cheese
cloth for a lake. They dart***! down,
passed through It. and found them
selves In a cage Mr. Banncrman
and hi* hands shot a (ew and killed the
rest with clubs
A local oratorical association was form
**l at the Rente Seminary on Wedne*da\
and the following oflleer* were elected
Asa B Clark, president; B. A. Mngln
ness. vice president; Bessie M Saxon,
secretary nnd treasurer W M Mclntoi-h
was elected business representative to the
State Oratorical Association. Paul Carter
was elected to represent the seminary at
the first contest of the Florida Inter-Col
legiate Oratorical Association. which
will be held at Jacksonville next Fe>ru
Richard W. Wilson, formerly a sergeant
in Company K First Florida RegJm* nt.
in the Spanish War. has written his
mother after an absence of several
months, saying that he Is In South Africa,
where he has seen active MfVtet tfl Hi
British army, hut expects to return home
XAMPAOT IX KOTO OP' HOBSON.
Knee the Voting Man Permlaalnn to
Xpenk Aboot Hint.
Breton. Oct. .-Rrar Admiral Rimpson
was seen at the Charleston navy yard
yesterday, and In replv to questions said
that he had received an Invitation to at
tend the Alabama State Fair at Firming
ham. but that It was impossible for hltn
tr. accept He said he had put himself In
the hands of Dr Beyer and felt that his
health woubl suffer greatly from a trip
lo Birmingham. He said he was gaining
The Rear Admiral said to-day regatdlng
Lieut. Hobson's speech. In which hr
praised the bravery and skill of Admiral
Sampson and said he was dying of a
•’When Hobson mas here he asked try
-1 he might say something to the people
of his section about me I said he might
I knew he would not say anything Im
proper Hobson I* n fine fellow, who per
formed his duty well and who nearly but
hla life In doing so He always served me
faithfully, and I take an Intersl In him ’’
BARK ABANDONED AT SEA.
frown Prlnre Was on the Way From
Darien to Liverpool.
I>sndon. Oct. 26.—The British steamer
Homsdalen. Capt Ixang from Charleston.
Oct. 7. for Bremen. p*>*rd Prawle Point
tn-day and signalled that the Norwegian
hark Crown Prince, fapt. Sorensen, from
Darten, Sept. 21. for Liverpool. had been
abandoned at sa All the crew had been
saved, of whom eight were on board the
tdiversity Tirw* Totes.
Athens. On . Ort. 25.—The edltnr-ln-chlcf
of the 19td Pandora, have begun work on
the piihlic.itloti. It I* their Intention lo
make this Issue eclipse all others The
differed editor* hsvo been assigned. Tne
! editors will go before the two literary
societies on Saturday, and tsk them foi
appropriation*, and they are sure of get
ting money from them
The senior class of the university held
an enthusiastic meeting this morning and
sent a petition to the faculty asking them
to abolish college honors In the senior
class, as they thought the system wis
productive of more harm than good
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Thomas. 111.- New* Tote*.
Thomaevllle. tla . Oct. 3—While putting
up a window curtain on Tuesday. Mr*. T
J Young of this city, fell and broke her
left arm near the shoulder
Oreal preparation* are being m ide heri
tor the street carnival on Nov. 14. is, an.l
t The show prntnb.es to be a big thing
The midway amusement* and the race,
are going to be great.
| Sharkey Wont Fight Walcott.
y v York. Oet. JV -Tom Sharkey to-day
made public an answer to Tom O'Rourke's
I challenge In behalf of Joe Walcott, Stiar-
I key decline* to meet Walcott
TWO AGRII MiHoe*.
Onr IYears Old. ad the Other
Sevrntr*li Year** Preacher.
Columbia. H C.. Oct J —'The county of
Greenwood contains tw remarkable old
negroes ope of them is robably th# old
| *ft man W) this county while tha other
i has been a preacher of he gospel three
| score and sixteen yeai. and is still
The age of Trim my lxmmond cannot
1 Is* tokl with accuracy, ht he hel|e\es he
j has lived a century -its a quarter, and
| iged m* n. wh<. when hey w**re hoya.
| kn**w "t’ncle Trim* asm old man. be
lieve this estimate 1 no *oo high. Trim
! was th* shiv** of Col. f|mue! Warren of
, Revolutionary War f-irq nd w;s horn
j his pl.ntatlon near 'endleton, B. C.
i At Col. Warren's death th** estate was
soli, Trim lieing purrlksed tq Alfrnl
Neal. This wo* In th© k*t century. He
| carried the chain when he sites for An
er- .n and Wilmington were surveyed
. * ighty years iiku
The diet and h tbits sf his mar.
j may In of Interest to twho would
ittns to preserv'e tl*-mse|v s t’ncle
Trim, summer and wkt*r. rises at half
past four and goes to I>l at 10. sleeping
; *‘j hours He eat* neither rfl* at* nor vege
t hles, but lives on bread nd sage or mu
! safes* ten He has alwsvs bits a hard
j worker, and even n**w xcistonally follows
his plow He can talk intelligently on
Rev Nathan Btark M< horn at Han
over. Va . in 1N H %.i> bought by Ma
thew* Devoe of South ra'olira, and sold
by him to James Bheppard. f *ther of **x
c*ov Bhefgard For #6 >ears Stark has
| i*e*n a Baptist prea N* r and since his
• munc|imtlon has evtgl ltshel a tt'imlwr
f churches In this st**e Hi* congrega
llon celehratekl his Id*h birthday with
public science at the <hirch A large
numtkcr of whites attendee and a substan
tial sum of money w contributed for
the old i*recher*s l^neflt
HK WII.L HK AHHKBTKD.
Hank Official* Evidently Mean to
New York. Ck*t & —Th* World this (Fri
day) morning says
Cornelius L. Alvord, fr . who is said
to have stolen tfnft.nflo fr.tm the First Na
tional Bank, was drlvefi through Mount
Vernon last night at 3:JI o'clock. a*c*>rd
ing to two residents cf that city who
know Mr Alvord well.
Alvord. It Is said was In a two-hor*#
j coupe rockaway arvl wa by
; three men besides the driver.
It was slid In M un' Vernon to-nigfit j
! that Alvord is now at the home of an In- j
i timate friend In Manhittar. and will he !
I I Treated In a day or two
New York. Oct 2T. A an e a meet of Its
Intention to proa#cute Cornelius L Al
vord. Jr., the thieving -ot A teller of ih*
First National Bank, the r#**;ionslhle offi
cers of that institution will
offer a libera! reward for hi* capture
This decision was reached this ifternoon
following Hie conference letwren Cap©
\f' Cluskey ar.d the president, cashier and
counsel of the bank The amount of the
reward wras not fixed.
At mklnight dl-jw’ h frm Mount
Vet non said Alvord w s in New York
in the home of an Intimate friend
If any negotiation* have baen going on
looking to the restitution of port of the
stolen by the note teller of the
First National Bank they were broken
off abruptly to-day Fnlted Btates Com
missioner Shlekb* Issued a warrant of ar
rest late In the afi* moon for Cornelius
L Alvord. Jr., on the charge of cmfoex
HF.rt lll.lt ATX OF CAROLINA.
tdiiarrs.lnnal Yon.taottnna In All of
Columbia. 8 C.. Oct 15 -The Republi
can* In South Carolina have exerted
themselves this year and nominated a
man for Congress In every district. These
nomination* are a* follows: First Dis
trict. W. W. Be, kett. colored preacher;
Second. J B Odnm. white: Third. A C.
Merrick, while; Fourth. S. T. Ponier.
while; Fifth. John F. Jones, white; Sixth.
Holier! Stewart, negro lawyer; Seventh.
Alexander Dautgh. colored. The only
really serious light Is being made by,
Iteckett. who Is opposing Col. William El
liott In the First He has been doing some*
active canvassing and making speeches ,
Ex-Congressman Robert Smalt*, collector
of the port of Beaufort, ha* also been
Harking for Beckett
In view of probable contests. State
Chairman Jones ha* Issued an a-ldres* to
the Democratic voter* urging that they
turn out election day and vote so gen
erally and moke majorities *o large that
oven a Republh-an bouse would nol dare
unseat one of the congressmen. Voters
are also reminded of the threat to re
du.ts representation friar, the South lo
i-onform to the number of vote* ea*t In
Ihe general election and they are urged
to make a good showing at the poll*
It I* so long, however, since men have
voted In the genera! election that It Is
probable there are tens of thousands who
cannot llnd their registration tickets
Forecast for Friday and Saturday—
Georgia and South Carolina: Occasion.l
rain* Friday. Saturday, fair, fresh north
Eostem Florida: Fair except occasional
rain* on Ihe cast coast Friday. Saturday,
fair; fresh northeasterly winds.
Western Florida: Showers Friday. Sat
urday. fair; fresh northeasterly wind*.
Yeetcrdi.y’s weather at Savannah:
Maximum temperature mid- ....
day *1 degrees
Ia nv 7n degrees
Mean temperature 7 degrees
Neirmal temi rature degre-s
Excess of temperatura 13 degrees
Accumulated excess since
Oct. 1 11l degrees
Accumulated excess *tv
Jan 1 145 degree*
Rainfall no Inches
Normal in Inches
Excess since Oct 1 279 Inches
Deficiency since Jan 1 7 9k Inches
River report —The hlght of the Savan
nah river ot Augusta, at * a. m (75th me.
rldlhir time) yesterday, was 17.S feet, a
rise of ti n feet dur tur the preceding
H R Boyer.
L. F. O Weather Bureau.
t'nmou* I.Uistlsli llsgrr Head.
!,ondan. Oct. 25.— Sim* Reeves, the vet
ern Kngllnh singer, died to-day at
—An Eastern college president said Ihe
other day that to th- flngie medical fac
ulty ot Strasburg th‘ German government
paid a yearly subol.ty larger In amount
than the Income from i bsldles ai*l endow
ment* of all the m-dlul school* In the
Pntleil Stales ”N > londer.” s ild he.
"thal a large propo tlai of discoveries in
i medical and surgical iflence are of Her
For Infants .mi Children.
The Kind You Hi Always Bought
Bear* the vVF/y--”
EDUCATIONAL VOTING CONTEST.
Earn a Salary and Get
AT THE SAME TIME.
4 FREE SCHOLARSHIPS in The Inlernational Correspondence Schools of Scranton, Pa., will be given
1 u away by the MORSIRC SEWS to the ten persons receiving the most volts BEFORE SOV. 20, 1900.
The pernon receiving the largest number of votes will have the rhttke of one of the entire ten.
The person receiving the next largest number of votes, the second eholre.
The person receiving the third largest number of vote*, the third choice, nnd ao on until the ten
receiving the largest numbers of votes have each aeleeteol n heholnrshlp.
TEN FREE SCHOLARSHIPS.
1 A Free Beholnrahlp In Me- which will qualify to design and supcrln-j * * Free Beholnrshlp In Me.
rlwinirnl frJnglneerlag. (tend the construction of bridges, to lay ehanlcnl Drawing.
... - _ .... . out proposed railroads or superintend
W k* I 1 7 Qualify or po n* . r _" th*Mr construction and maintenance; to which will qualify for salaried positions as
• an a ra stn't!, ma . e * p design hydraulic apiairatus and plan draftsmen This Scholar&hip
foren,rn. SUP .nd ~i.er me- wat<>r (>owor ant , an<i lrrllp , tlon inc , u ,,„ „ romple., Dr.lttn, Outm. r..
;systems;and for positions a* surveyors, or rail price 112 56.
2 A Free Aeholnrshlp In Elec- | R|( municipal or consulting civil engineers.
trml Emlnrrrl.i. r , % Err. Srhol-rahip dn Mnl- ! * * #’rrr Sirbolnr.lilp In Ar
whlrh will qualify for pontlon. as suprr- (ar , piunihinit. HrMlsi. and ehlterfnral nra-rtna.
Inirnd.nts of r|—-trie lihi and p-nwr. vantllnllon which will qualify for positions as arehl
piaota. nr of slrctrl'-al tnanufartorlas, ■“ * . ~ . , , i.otural draftsmen This Scholarship In
electric..! engineers or electricians This which will qua^llfy t^n fIII the hi^ahos^t pos - * ( . omr , ptr Drarlnit Outfit, retan
Scholarship Includes a Free Outfit of tlon* In the plumbing. h*ating and v,n **' ip 65
lulectrlcal Apparatus, with which to do 1 .tlon trades, or to act ns Viumblng !n
--the work of the Course. spector* j, \ Keee Scholarship In Or.
A Free Scholarship In Ar- O A Free Seholnrshlp In nssiratsl Drslgs,
rkltertare. J Chemistry. providing thorough Instruction In freehan I
which will qualify for positions as arehl- which will qualify for positions as ™ n "- .irawtnic. history of ornament, and the
tectural draftsmen and delners. arehl- lytlcal chemists j.lements of applied desUrn. and covettKr
trets or architectural mgineers. or to no T A Free Scholarship la < om- |, ha ~m , ground as similar courses In the
Into huslnee. n builders and contractors mere Is I llrnnchrs. t„.,( resident art schools This Scholjr
4 A Free Scholarship In Civil whlPh wln nua ||fy for positions as stecog- hlp Includes a Complete Designing Out
Engineering, |rupher or accountants. |fU. re*al! price $9.00.
NO BOOKS TO BUY.
Included with ench Schotarshlp will be all of the teat books or "Instruction Tapers." In pamphlet farm, the Ques
tion Papers and Drawing Platra necessary to study with
In addition, each Scholarship will Include, without extra charge, a complete set of the same Tapers and Plates,
handsomely bound In leather, with a book of Formulas, and a Key for the whole work of the Course, for use as refer
ence books. ... w
ON EXHIBITION AT CHARLES MARKS*.
fat oat the attached Voting Coo
pon and mall or hrlnn It to the bus
iness office of Ihe knH MM. NEWS,
to Bavnnnah. Ga.
Each Coupon vnnat lirar thr name
Vote • of the person for shorn yon sluli to
Cor. Oglethorpe Ave. and Drayton Si.
Will sell you Smith’s Chill
and Fever Tonic, and if it
does not cure they will
gladly refvnd the amount
you paid for it. Look for
the Red Triangle on each
What a Promlnont Crocsr Say*:
J. H Shea rouse A Rro..
No. 640 William Street, Savannah. O*.
Savannah. Oa . Oct. 12. 19d>
Columbia Drug Cos.. Savannah. Oa.:
Qentleroen—l am glad to Inform you
that after months of suffering with chill*
and fever, having tried many ao-called
chill and fever tonics. I was persuaded
lo try your Smith’s Chill and Fever
Tonic, and one alngle bottle of your tonic
I feel It my duty to Inform you of the
wonderful cure made on m>- and. through
you. nil those suffering with chill* and
fever. No remedy ever tried ha* done
me any good except your Smith's Tonic.
J H. BHEAROt’SE.
I HR HIS
Of the Town
bee a u*e we keep th# CHOICEST
WHITING’S CVT GLASS.
Our own eab-v-tlon from the best
makers of the world.
from the great mans of Europe.
Nothing finer ever shown here
In all style* and with the latest Im
DON’T FORGET ITS
when you are looking for Wedding
Gift*. We can please you and save
G. W. ALLEN & CO.,
Sum* ssd Barnard Street*
Some Things New
THAT WE HAVE
Just Opened Up,
And the Assortment is Complete.
Several qualities In 12. IS. 24. I 1 and
36 Inches wide, and all to match
\\< have panel* also In IrUh Point,
In Japnnese Silks. Imrvted Ora
tonne*, and several cheaper qualities.
This stock aa usual la the only full
and complete one In the city.
FOLDING DOOR PORTIERES
are hard to find, but after hard
work we got about twenty different
pattern*. The#* Roods are extra
wide. Of course w* have the nar
row onet* from the cheapest up to
SIo.OD a pair.
WILTON AND SMYRNA RUGS
1n carp** sites, from up *o larcent
site. The Wilton and Axmlnster are
Oultnps. Silk Cord*, etc.. In all
COME AND SEE US.
LINDSAY & MORGAN
FINE GRADES OF WHISKIES.
The R. G. Whiskey gallon $ 2.00
Glendale Whiskey gallon $ 2.5(
Crystal Spring Whiskey gallon $3.0
Goiden Wedding Whiskey gallon $3.5
IN CASES OF 12 LARGE BOTTLES:
The Antediluvian Whlakey hot Led by Oa born* of New fork B*-®
The Peerless Whiskey bottled In,band In Henderson. Ky 82.0#
The Peoria Whiskey bottled In bond by Clark Brother* 412®
Meredith Rye Whiskey, bottled at their distillery In Ohio Ill®
Goiden Wedding Whlakey. our bottling **•*
Lippman Block, ... Savannah, G*.
McDonough a ballantyne, V
Iron Founders, Machinists,
••Ic*s iuiiba< Matterom.4.era, maaala etarers of atailea ■*
#r, *d I-.ltr I leal „4 tee ■••stss IvjlfißCSL '
t-ees. Mitt., Mill Peas. Ska Itlsg, ralleys, eta.
* TELEPHONE NO. 123.
VOTING COUPON. ...
.a ' 1
Street and No.
OUR CARPET STOCK
comprises the following: FRENCH
AX MINSTERS. WILTONS BODY
HRVSBELB. WILTON VELVETS.
TATEBTRY BRCBBELB ar.d IN
OUR PRICES ARE LOWER
than any one else for flrst-c!a*r
goods. We do not buy JOBS ard
palm them off as FIRST-CLASS
stock. When you buy a carpet from
u*. you won’t ever be sorry, be
cause we know 11 Is all right.
DON’T BE CAUGHT
by a great big advertlsemen* whl-'h
Is not all truth. We never give bill*
and make It up on other goods Wo
want a living profit on everything—
can’t live without It.
Is getting In shape, and we are
showing a full line of Bedroom and
Parlor Suit*. Sbleboard*. China
Closets. Leather Couches. Iron Bed,
Mattresses. Fancy Rockers, Tables,
etc., at prices satlafactory.