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A TEXAS WONDER.
One pml: bottle of lialils lireat Dis
covery cures all kidney ar.cf bbnbler trou
bit*. rtmovri kuiH, i urr* <t.abelet. •® ra '
Inal aeak and lama • ***•
rhsumaium and >ll Irreg il Till
kidneys mid bladder in lo'li n'n ■ n '* *“
Inrr. regulate* I>..table! tr- n. i* 11 1 ‘ lI *
tirei. If not ta.ld ts ;-ur l V* -*
be sent by Mil • n <■ • . '
bottle I* two month*' trutnnnl. anil *'}•
cure any ia*e shoe mei ’*><'•' * >r 1 '
W. Hall, stale tnai.tifai turn I* " l<*k
C 9. Ht lxiuia. M Krnd for tei tmonlal*
hold by all diugclau and Hotomon* Cos.,
futld>*rt. Ua , April!. I* lo
Thlt la to certify that 1 * alVrted
with grav.-l an*f ttiat 1 took i*tv **■* I H
of Hail* Orest l>l*<wery and It " om
pintrly cured me It I* worth Sl.Mt pel
bottle to any one needing It
J. T STi'.VEN!*
IN GEORGIA AND FLORID/'.
Al;\\ AND VIEW* OP THIS OAT I*
TWO ST ATE*.
Xegro Hanged Himself Itaiher Than
lie l,ehetl—Mmt MI In Two It* a
Train A Kan rollon I’leker
(iwlßiirlt Court to Hr Abolished.
Nm t l*ar Factory at Tamp*. i
Tallahniarr nyltol I ea#ue Issue#
hd Iniportnot stuli iui n< Ollier
M*e-rs I>. <1 Fngarty, F 1' Obenauf
nd M. V. Oarr**;l. andantes f*#r aoltc-
Itor of tha C.ty Oourt of Auur a w-rc
• 11 in Atlanta last wf.-k, urging •< *h bis
n cause. Thin 1* tjui:* •'** lute? esting
•ink spirit** I con’e"t. *•! t•'* riin l dabw
arc on the anxloua •**•*•* All hivt* bope.
1 M go • 1
absolutely non- ommitia! attltuda In the
presence of sli ovMtur. a.
Alnti 11 r te*s (*rimllt.
The Moultria Observer issued last w*ck
a han'ls'ino * tl edition ahowlnif ** I *
in splendid nhape tho rapid i*rntcrcait and
4rvt4opm*fkt of that city and section. Th*
adliu r waa wall illustrated and l* W main
to the city. Moultris t rapidly !**• oming •
railroad center of Importance. .'! Justly j
mv for Colquitt ouunty I* in tha m.d**t of
one of the ri 'host *nd nw**t promising **•*•
Ilona In Georgia
Apalachicola After Deep Water.
A meeting wu Ni l in col um bus Krhlay
afternoon. at wh.' h all the cities on the
Chattahoochee. K'U.t and A pa In hi. - It
river* were repr* ntel The obJ**< * • f
meeting was o taka st*l> toward ? h*
procuring of deep water *i A pal.* hi* <>. •
ao that vatic 1c of heavy drought can ge
up to the wharf Instead of having to atop
at the bar and lighten thair cargoes The
meeting woe largely attended
tiwinnrtt City i oort Abollchrd,
lAMvrencevllla Herald: By vote of th*
pvj|,le the City Court w *a ibollahecl, and
the laat term f me c*urC wa I I*l la
week. Whether or not the Fits f ■ irt
li . • l
have Mii that there i* r*. nml **f t
their verdict be recorded, and let
future tvetita ahow who h" ehowu t.ie
more wiadom. those who vot'd for •*.*
thoae who voted agalnat the City Court
(at In Two Hy Feat Train.
An Che Southern Hallway train, emit!
bound, pa Med Home, anil .if ter leaving
At hint* Junction, about thr-.> mile- south
of Rome on Thure.lny n white* m m i|
poe*<k to be K I. Orlftlth .dl.ln.liU*
<ka. # w.ia run over and kiU*sl. T!i* I**nl>
was cut n twain, the head find i t.*n •
blng fouiv.l on the etd* *f the ro.il.
While the lower limb* w*re b it remaining
o> the trit k. the entire tr im having t*. •
ed over him 1 *. * j * r a fun t In t • .*>•*
ln bring about the man’s identity. Hi
kim at*out yeare of ige.
Knit %aalntf <i*v ernmrnl,
Jiuige lon A Pardee In I'nlted Slate-
Court In Athinta. Isf siki *d an or*l
giving the I'nltol Sta'• % 11-ti •( Attor
rey twenty days from <• t 2i. in whi h i
make answer to ,i **mt of '.he Atlantu
Machine Work*, agalnat tle government
for 13.3H9 for the construction of tt larnj*
f>r a lighthou*e off the Milne c*>i-*
The government the m i bine w<rk
dil not carry out the eontnet, m l •!•
airee to retain h portion of the lOfitrn
price. to agree ,*k to the amoun*
to be deducted. the rna tune work
through He attorneys. Hopklne A hot*
brought atilt f. r the entlr .un unt.
Stafenhoro Star While I’klcr P II
Pearson of Houston count y, %aa v! ait lug
In Bulloch week, a negro entered nl
wlfe's room at their home in th.it cotin
ty and made an attempt to outrage Mr*
Pearson. The negro was on th • *1 by
the side of the . tdy w. * n si:** aw*.k*
She screamed find of the children
ran Into Uie r - n* fright*mm; tii** )
away. The n**Kr prc.ni qir -kly and a
poDH** wis organised. When die negro
cured a rope, tied It around his neck
climbed a tree and Jumped out. Whei
his body was found he w is almost deid
• nl he wus allowed to liang until the Jon
>egro I iipliircil \of Assailant.
Otis Felloavs, the negro suppos.-d to have
girl near Harmony Orova We*ln s*lay tt i
captured seven mile* below < lain* *vtlh
Thursday night at 11 ** 1 k lie w a u
Md ng for wlf** b ating .ir and having heard
Of the arsatilt a . I th.tt h* wa** s line*!
fled. He proved an alibi that h vs.i- at
Pill Ogle's, fifteen m les from the scene
at A o'clock, two hours hef- r* th*> assault
occurred He w.ia capture I by . |ioxm
from Harmony Or.ve and tla.n* -vllle. bui
was let go. Kxciiern*nt In trie community
Is high Man ara u
clue, and will In all pr Uibility lynch tin
right man when caught,
Fastest f niton l*lekrr.
Oainetvllle Kspb On the record vf
a I#-year-old boy. WaNon county. C i
challenge* the world for cotton p. king
On his la*t birthday. * f*w d.iys ag *.
■Warner Hole of (*> <1 ll<pe w.i? 1G yeai
old. He <i*ckie*l to cel#-*i*ate his birth
day by beating th workVs i* 'or l In ot
fon picking When the tun w.is dou:
numbers of cHlien* were present to wlf
nets tha end T ie day s pt king foot* I
up to the wonderful record of 7". i • in*l*
In the Art* tlx hours of the dy Hale
p,cke<i V*7 pniitals wn*l the last lx h- u
pounds, n average of over sixty
pouede per hour In f*ur nnd a half
days last week young Hale |<i ked 1,81
Jackanmlll* Mctra(>olta: Savannah elll
aana ara for mori i>ava.i
Mrrat>. Jackaonvilla ctllzma havo
lo do lha same Ihlr*. as ho itavlnii this
yaar ha* don hr About !h> only
thing don nvu* to Invite bids and advtr
tin ordinance autborlaing exi*ndtt-jr* of
money for paving
Florida Orange Fair.
Tampa Time* The proportion advocat
ed by the Time* and a number of corre
eimndmte t*> •he city and other sections
at South Florida to hold a Florida orange
fair In Tami** In February Is arousing a
gr a? and i. of interest and It Is now
n"t assured that the mutter will soon
tak* definite shap<*
I Inrlrin's I Irefnrsl Ante.
Titusville, Florida Htsr Hon. William
H Hills of Quh.t y If* one of ttu proudest
in* n In Florida Just flow, and he ha- #
good right to feel so. This stale’s I>em
i> tali' pfsl'b-ntlal •*e* tor f whom h#
1 one, have chosen him as th* m*
Hh.i \ i goto Wa>nii>ston on Jati 1 n**xt,
uml tfl( this state's fur votes for Bryan
Himilil lliiflter Have the ••!
Tit.isM l# I. • t <’a*t Advocate H fnr
e*e r* litn i Uig th# ■ rop at I,* •►)
* Jt.dl lly. W* **.i• •ve •*• rdlmite
tort hlr Over* silm-tliig our crop is
m>r# an Injury then a he p. and In |roof
of this w# rite that th**#e making the
estimate ar# air* tdy putting th# prFe of
ortn g'N at H i* r t*ox Wt- wouM much
prefer *—t line ting the nt •*>.*•* box#s
an 1 jda' Ing the pri •• at 84 |er box W#
i**ve tin litter estitnat# aral prhe wll.
b# harn** *ut l*’- (•* ts later II will he
many y*nis lie fore Florida orange# will
•Pop down to |J |# r box.
Inaprrtril f muon Fields.
Hanford. Gat# <Tt]r t’hronk'le Mr John
I Mnachan, sup#rlf*tend'fit of con * true
*i n *f t # l*Bmt* rs .Munufu luring Com
ftinv s large -rar*h factory ar Hik# Mary
■ and Mr \ kett, superlniend* nt of
ih* cultlvathai f th# litm#t m* taa-ava
ft. ,d‘ wn*.| hy th# al#ve were
ri th* Altamonte springs se<*rlon last
w#ek In ps* tltig tn# cus-atva fl*'<l . which
look y# T y pr**m#lng They sje>k# very
Ignly of th# fine *ondltlon <*f th# *rang#
C'Ov<# and w#r* much surprised hi tn#
buge amount of fruit that will !••* ■ dpi*# I
Ir-in 'hi* station (h.s **eason. Ttiey also
• -j* ted and took tn Inventory of the
t>|s nid ma'hlnery inte’.y pare noses! hy
their * vmfatny. through Mr Fogg, from
h# f'li/u'H Whittier ##tat* atvl w. 1 Iran**
f r th#rv*v >on o that rom(giny'a mt
tin# s.nop at Hake Mary.
ll'mw Held for Robbery.
Everett ( fsg" r, whit#, and Rd Johnrfon
su<l l.ticlus Brown, colored ate h#id In
th# county tall In l’tnaro on charges
f highway .tohbery and tresiiH'-* Dtn
imr th** first i urt of last w##k thee# thr##
laivs. In hroii tl day light, reliev'd t boy
of hls iHxki'ttx v*k ' ontulnli g m*nih* money
Two of the Im>\s cr#jt behind their vic
tim whii# the laF'T was gutltig In o stem
w r. i<*w und whY* th#y pinioned his arms
the thir*l wni through hh jsK*k#ts Th*-
• • dmg w its wtit*•"#'l by number **f
p* pi* Mini th* uvys were r**.illly Utentk
fli.l atsl arrested In a fw h' urs From
tin* i *lty iVairt t%*■ \ w#r# ** nt t• * th#
•'•Minty, and it n* v s##ma th# star# re
furmaiory Is their s-ext abiding pi t •
Non. of th# hoys nr# over Id var old.
but Sh#tr urrest is a Jrequent * ourren* #
l.vcn wh#n arrest#<l **ll charges of high
way rohl*#ry. stolen were found on
ihem. which were td< Inti tied by it jo-*al
>#vr f'laur l^tcfory.
Anew cigar f lefjr Is to h# opened In
Tampa within a few w**4e and It will nt
no* fake a front rank among th# for*
mat ufactorles of thetFt.v l'h Mat
u* l 1- <-rnattl-x f'ompanv ki 1 is* the name
•*f th# ro w mi itn. and P v 111 vt.irt un
der tl * in • and glow ing ittispl' %*■ There is
a strong New Y*rk c on* #m* behind the
rn**v #ol* rii. nrd there is •%•• t r* a ai t*
!m h• • that th# entcrjwls# w\ll rank In
i * -with tho long line of o Iher manu
fu-tori* - which tr# so' flour 1* ft lug nw
Manuel Fernandez will h# the* head of
this co *#rn. and will be directly An charge
of th# fa torv F*r \ers h# %s con
iic iml with th# firm of fassro. F* \ nand*z
.*• t*o.. but a dissolution was hid last
, ring, and the old firm continued busi-
M J <'astro St Cos., whlk Mr
Fernandez M gan t* m ittir# th# |*iat s for
th# new f t tiirj Th# FerniiM.l#s f.w *tor>
will i- •■ at#-l In the Fourth ward, cor
n*r *f Twelfth avenue and Flftti'nth
T'u Ila lie and th# tiiplfnl.
The Tail.that* -#c t'npltal l*#ogue has J'ist
is •#•! a #o,-i#d statement to the
• f FI Idas urging the retention of til#
• p.ial at Its pr#s#nt site. After golr g
over the well known urgiiments In Thl •
laha #'s fav r and 'piotlng from Gov
lUoxhnni s letter, th** stutem* nt
a- follows The people ar# satisfied and
do t'*t dcslra a < ‘tang# tf l*> a*B>n aid
tt > >ci o.,uer.t In. r* .s# In their tax bur
den.'* Th** nly wa> to prev* n* an |n
#reas# of lh* tax levy is to retain the
• it*i!.il at Tul a las-* e. wh#r# th** * t ite
- now attif*# #• ••mmo*lstlons In her
own hulklli.gs which aie tqtinl In strvic
tur# tiul durabilt'y to any in the state
I* hr *t.* Informal ion from w*ll-ir.f rme I
arid r#li dd# citizen*-, who have full know'l.
sjg. <>f ih# situation has been receive |
ff'-tu and! 'ts'rluns of the siate. a*il the
la! ! a ’-• * aj l’al 1,, ague Is Justified |n
>' wit 1 enur • ■ <*'■ f1 • l*i t . i.ii| .1 mi
j**>tv fa l the votes cast nt the primary
• ?!• n * n N.w • :>•. will be In favor
of Tul'‘ahaost-a as th capital of the state
REWARD OF MERIT.
% Nrw Catarrh 4 ur* Hrcnrca National
V*opularlf> In !.#■• Than On# 8 ear.
Throughout n great nation of eighty
million'll Ik a <l* kihtui# K'ruggl# to e> ur'
even a recognition f r n n* w article io
• v nothing of .u'hlevlng ixipulur favor,
m l y* t within on** \**ar Stuart's Catarrh
Tablet*, th* new catarrh cure, has nu t
with inch sUvi'fM that t*>la> it can In*
( t*r and in every drug -tore throughout th#
United States ai l <';itiala
To l* sure, a amount of advertis
ing was ru ir> In th ur-r |iiKtan< e to !
I :in*r il *- rm**-ly to the attention f th*
public but every one fainlllar with the
f übj* ct knows that advorilslng alone I
never m. I** any article r**rmancntl> su* -
• • kkfnl. It imi-t have in addition ah*o!ti*o.
unl‘ lab** merit and ttil* the • w cotarrh i
• in certainly |*>* a so* In a marked <l*- j
Physicians, who formerly d#pan*le<l upon
Inh.il* r*. sprays md lo a! washes *r olnt
mentM now um Stuart's Gitnrrh Tablets
b* sun-, a one of the most prominent
- t**l, th*se tablet a c *n'alM in pb-aKun.
riv -lent f*>rm all tin* really efficient
• •a? irrh remrdb s, such as r I gum. Gua
ya ‘l. I'.unl' pt*d, itui Ranguin.iria
Tl y * ontalti to* cm* ine nor •'piati*. and
are ; !v*ti t* lttt •• children With entire
.f* ' • b n*-it
In J J. It-. 1 liter, of Covington, Kv .
► ays I KiifTend from • atarrh in my h*a l
and throat every fall, with stoppage of
the n*is# and Irritation In the threat af
f#< tlirg my voice and often extending to
the st much, uusin.g catarrh of th# s*om
ach. 1 bought a fifty cents package of
Stuart's Catarrh Tablet* at my druggist's.
irrb *1 them in my peck* t <ml used them
'althfully. aid th# way 1n which thr\
*’* r#l m\ hi *1 and throat was certain
ly remark-*!''*' I bad no catarrh It win
t• r m l spring and on-bler rnv>eif en
tirely fit**- from any catarrhal trouble
Mrs J ion.# lild-. . of \Vn.cling. VY
Va., writes 1 KufT#r**d from catarrh mar
ly my wh de Ilf' an-l last winter my two
children also suffered from caturrhAl colds
and son- thr*>at so much they were out
of school a large portion of the winter
\fs tr>th#i who wak curd .f catarrhal
d* if ness by using Stuart's Catarrh Tab
lets urged me to try them so much that
1 did so un i uni truly thankful for what
they ha\<* done for myseif and my chll*
oisn I always keep a box of the tablsts
In the house and at th# first appearance
cf a cold or scr# throat w-e nlo it In ths
bud and catarrh is no longer a house
hold affliction with us.
Full nixed packages of Stuart's Catarrh ,
Tablets ure o*d for HTt>* cents at all drug !
THE MOKNING NEWS: SUNDAY. OCTOBER 2S, 1000.
III G FMOFIT FROM AKA OTTER*.
Th!r Firs Hrlng Else llandred flol-
Inr* I at# ti In Hie Market.
From th# Portland fr#gonian.
The most b* uutlfll! tfretch of oc#an
leach to be fauml anywher# oiv the f*eiflr
*>ssf of tha 1 Tiit*d Btatea is the wide #x
panes of si-*tl • and glittering s*i and |
which ll#s la*tween Gray’s harbor and the
Qulntault river Thcr# may l# seen an (
unbroken nr*-# *d twenty miles In length,
and r low ti l* from thr## to five mil#s
In width, which would make a moonlight
paying-ground for th# Ibairls.
Thcr* are many • wrUk# structures at
regular dlsta **• |>erliaps half a mil#
each, whi* h exdl* tn# curios.ty of th#
m my coast-line steamers plying b#tw##n
Han Fran* l*< • and northern ports Th#s#
nr# th# towers or thuotlnx bv>x#s f * f u
ort# r hunters They are built *if tall, slen
der poles, gene rally four in number, sunk
to a great depth and fixed securely in th#
hand ** *1 surrounded by a small box cov
ered with a root to porieca its occupants
from the burning sun. Cleats securely
fastened to th# poles from bottom to top
afford the hunter means of Ingress and
The hot sun which blase* fiercely on ?hl*
wld* #x|*ns# of white sand during the
months of July and August heats It nl
most lo a burning i<nnt, am! tha waters
of tti# in* •anlr g tld#, rolling aiul curling
ovsr this hot sand, become daildoualy j
warm This U the playing ground of th#
vii otter, th# place where they com# to j
spend their holidays
They Are Flnyfal Orstsre*.
They |##v their *ne*i In the fr-off
ro kv Islands where trere nr** no wind
hen#lies and th# green water re eokl and
ft##p. and com# her# ,Ik# |*#'ple to a
waterlog pin e. to S|mN)*l the sumnter
months In rolling and tumbling a out In ;
tls warm water In perfect ##at*cy of !
d-.ight They 1* .ip and pla> alsut in th* j
foaming breakers and polish rheir l*#au
t.fill shining sklr.s by hugging th# sandy
Udtcon and allowing the ocean swells t*
drlv# and (hrowr them about at Its will
Although **-: otters have th# timidity
which Is natural t< all wild onlmals, the-* i
ire bolter ab> 10 protect them#alvoa than
any of th# other animals which have
tii*.r homes Ir *h* *#. Tt.# awlfmesg i*f
t:elr movements makes It p*sslbl for
them t< easily ntch any kind of emill |
fish. *nd thus they c*i atp"a*# ttielr hun
ger with the daintiest fool.
No sharks <ui catch them; they could
t# twenty f*#t a wav whE# Mr. Rhark
wow t ruing *4l hi back and If th# shark
wer** dlrenly t*ia th them they *ou and
lhrowr them** lvs five f##t In the air Uk# 1
a kaleldON*ct*J<* teill whPe th*- tig y mon
ster was snapping hls Jiw> Tie hunter 1
Is In hi* h*x. the t,B# Is #'>ming In hi* I.
with a jHiwcrful il* PI glans t asdsi pi#
;ra#tf si #ye. he eag#rly s ans each om
lug roller 11* ha?* been her# every day
f*r • we* k and hls rifle has lain untouch
ed by bis *Jd# Tteuay socnstnlng may
Tli# Gum# Sighted.
All it ones he starts and mutters # lit
tl ejaculNtk>n, he a**#s something H#
will so*vn know what It Is. for th# swells
ar# otnli g swiftly airsl fh* <llat ance be
tw*#n hlm-elf and ftie object he lias s*cn
will b* klv I* ssen#<l. Yes, there It Is
• gvln. th#r* Is no mistake. It is an
• *tt#r n*? mor than <S* vwrds aw.iy Th#
nunter biya l*vvn his glass and there in
P<*i or P" w*orth of beaurlful shining fur
mainly visit'!* u> the nak*sl eve.
The m.m In the tow-r picks up hls
Shar|s rifle. Intern* u lJi*-grain cartrblge
in th# (’hatnier. and there Is aw: ked.
wistful gleam in the keen eye of th#
unter as h# raises hls weapon for the
*irs? shot There Is a fl/i'-h. a r#o>!l and
v report, which Is scarcely *lle>tingulshable
in the rowing of th# breakers to th# man
vvh* holds th# gun Ammunition s .10
■ •bject and. wall* ilgntntng rapidity, he
loads ind fir* hts pic## That otter will
n**r b# mon- than fen feet from where he
w # wh#n the huii4**r pitllcl th# trigger
vvacn Ih# bullet g#ts there, and that
hunter #lll hit a bounding deer at Jot
var 1 twice 'it of five shots. Tti# ctt*-r
i>* r.J- vu g him-* If In the dangerous * om
l*ui y of nmrdf nus bullets, whten ar** do
ng thetr !*• t# Mud him
An*>ti#r huge t>reak**r brings him within
‘m yard- *f the oiaxihg rifle. A quick
recoil of the li**iv v gun turns the hunter
had round, thcr# i- an unnatural gpl.rnn
which t*.l tie man somatiilng has hap
pened 11* strnlia* hls ey#s. no n#e*i of
hi- t*> ## ther# s hbvsl In the wa
ter, and this I'ir Mm that ther# is a
Mg lade somewhere In that |su>.
•••• it Illfli Miiiirl.
No nc.vl |o i.o oitfr rouM
\ <*"i like t*vit nnl ri a.ihor^.
Vh hunter lny down hi* pun.
i Vr* will !*• no more ottrw in * phi to
il ot Me hU g line i!ni.**t oi>|*M*:te
hi tower; It l> drifting helper- j lownrd
tti % hor\ Thut wklu I* hln m l tin
#*%lon mem* thsit h Will h*\e wvery
i i\t he w.ii.ih fr nrother y** ir If
rut fire u tingle -lint
T 1 i Her. e gl. nm of l< .-Ire ban left hl
dirty fnct* nrui h bcn rep aoed by one
o* I*o He I- wld with Joy. How
he wi>l*- he could pet down ftorn that
lower . tid be as the *|<ot where the oi
ler will !*♦* thrown up on ihe sand, but
he must wall until the tide ft 1 n a iMl’e
one of hi ' hnlf-i*re*d hoy*. who I* 10 or
II years VI. I* moping nzily along the*
leit h. Ids *pd> k *v* di t*‘Cts something
I .ike ,t fr.pl *t • n**t w. If he >.p over the
i-nl and 1- M*n be- ile t*, d* i.| offer
With a yell’ of d'-llght he flic* toward
lh* shanty on Ibe bluff to tel’ his mother
and thi half-d ''•*> or so of ofh* r little
lreds whnl iu is happened and they all
come tr oping and wn * e bench ms fast ns
Iheir leKf* *in •/. rry them.
The tld* is gntn* out now and the bh-km)
of the otter stall!*' the sun I which has
lured him t> !“stri Irttnn. and the ebbing
r||ple* tend r y o.r t- 4 ' for tfie last time
ilie pretty tr.imal w filch ha- been the r
play mate n ! In life- hi .1 the >-ei will
nm in for ti e fr* • hoi ti thing whl a has
always hnd a borne In lt booam,
Sotne way r an *the* Ihe new> spreads
qnl kly and other h i t. rn m i crowds of
Sn aeries come trooping toward the dead
otter from all direction*.
IMUMIIM I IIH THi? l\s\\K.
Mimic lias lle-n Found to *olhe
the %llnls of Ilr m• u i r | People.
Fnm the Chicago Chroi dele.
Music trogtment for the Inn \e is being
tried on Ward's Island. New Y vrk. with
some encouraging stgnf The Jdea of
utilising rhythmic measures to sv>the th.
Insane date- from the undents, bis’ It was
only recently that systematic work In this
dire* tlon nis begun In 1*77 and s m.
desultory effort was made on Hlackw*<*l'*>
Mur* I In !vv*. the Ixmdon lancet tli
cussr*l the oubject. and is quoted as suy
ing: "Music Influence* both brain aid
spinal cord, probably on account of mu-1 1
h ivtng vibratory or wave motion, an .
through its vibratory a tlon stimulates
the nerve centers Music acts as a re
frrahtng metital stimulant at l restorative
• • i
tone and Indirectly through the nervous
s> -tern reaches tlie tlsrues.“
In the present experiment classes of
twelve arc treated The class is ushered
In n the muelc-room and left fr* Every
movement Is watched by nurses, however,
atid Just before the music begins and
• V r, •• :-• f 1 i • 1 • ;.e r - .'.•! f r••
t ! pul-* < * , * . *.* i ii
fu.ly noted The Instruments used are
the harp and violin, with the piano •
companlment when there is singing A
baritone voice la employed Ever In th
abort tima the experiment has been in
progrees improved attention has been no
ticed This is one of the most Interesting
llnea of investigation that has ever been
followed with the insane and a full report
>n the work will undoubtedly contain
k much valuable lnfortnauott, #
NEWS FROM THE WATERFRONT
KHIP MF.WRT TII.I.AHD OKI.AYKI BY
OKPAHTI HI <r MATE.
11, nt (llHrrr MHh •*" Wlf*
*firr Ih* hi. 1 p M*<l Paaaari l h*
Ilia lit—Th* ht*ni.hlp nofl'a Ar
,|vm With ar*o of **t**| Hall*,
nu.l liar H* * hart*r*rt ll*r* for
Oalnard r*—Hark Iriaal* *-r
--rr'a Trowbl*# ntlno*d—Mat**ra
.f lalcrrat lo hhlpprra aa.l Mar-
Th* al.ip llrnry Vlllarri. wtlh rarpr" nt
|,hwph*t* ro. It for Honolulu, whhfi pa§-
-1 down lo th* btffht *v*ral ri*y ao.
lias nol tarn ri*lay*d j <>•> by th* rouh
m . m Ih* oar ar.ri th* mtahap U la r*-
1.,rt*.1 ah* hari lh*r* Th* **u* of tha
.l*b,y a f pr*,*n* t* th* .bwnre of th*
mat*, who )*ft with hl wlfa aft*r th*
Villard pni~l riowtv H* ha not bc *' n
h#<*rd from sine#
rapt Quick wax in the city when th#
mat# left and la said not to have known
ai vthing about the mate's departure un
til h# returned to th# v#ss#l Knowing
from th# rtrrumstar '*• li nil#r which ha
left that th# nut# did nt Intend to re
turn rapt.. Quick at one# took steps to
sc#urt th# services of another man. He
#r,g.ur*d a man in New York, who la now
n tr# way to Savannah on th# steamship
Kansas t"Tty. Th# mat## reasons for
1 avlng fh# Vl.lard ar# not known, though
It :s aid ho was not ploatc4 with the
forgo of Ralls*
The riant I An# steamship Florida ar
rival v # wer day from Rparrow#' Point with
v cargo of l.ong tons ot st##l rails ami
flsn plat# i onslgned to th# Havannah,
Flor Ula and Western Railroad This ma
terial Is tn b# used bv tn# railroad *v>m
pany in th# malntet anca and lnM*r*vem#nt
of its in## Tha Florida brought #t#el
Ilia to II I lb (Ml .ear after ah# hod
!e*n taken off her r*Hrilar run 11 no<
kr urn to what port the Florida will go
fr *m Havannah It ws iat#d she would
probably h# chartered here, hut neither
in# character tier ileetlnation of the cargo
Mark l.lssl# Curry'a Troubles.
T’nless th# owners of the tark IJxzl#
Curry arrnng# for th# claims of lorai ship
nrokers snl others a gains* her it Is said
proc#**llngs may h# taken sgalnat the ves
s#l Th# #*tat# of N Paulsen has a *lalm
of about $' 'OO against th# Curry, ami t litre
are reported to t# <4her claims which
wbl run th# total up considerately.
Th# owners wirel th# underwriters yes
terday to put th# mnt# In charge if com
p#t#nl. In p-sc# of Caps l4ndry Thla did
not disturb the captain, however, who
states he has dots tha beat he 'ould to
disentangle tha vessel On anirlng In R#
vannah he drew on tha Curry** owners
for a Jofi>l leruble sum a largw part of
whi *h was ua#d In paying ofT th# crew,
who signed for twalva moot hs. and had
served thirteen months without racsiring
any pay Rom# of the sailors had nearly
s>•* due them. Th# additional expense
, au and by the vessel springing a leak Is
i j-ur.nt y causing th# owners to h#sl
The re w * r# rumors that stuff was l#lrg
rinviuul fr..m th# vessel. N action was
tak#n by the creditors, however. *0 that
th#> 1* not prohnbly have fears of bialng
much in this way.
Tli# Port of bondon.
Shipping Interests In London ar# not a
little perturbed over th# increasing trou
ble# of navigation on the Thames as well
as th# Inadequate harbor facilities gen
• rally The a. kof water In the chan
nel ! du# t two causes, the chief one
•f which H the enormous amount drawn
:rom th# upinr Ttm#s hy th# various
mu-ant* wM h supnly wnter t> the vast
population and London aiul Its suburbs
buxloii. t.<. hflh hn.l a gar*vag abuse
wh a : mw helping to choke up navi
gation. Tn* clfv refuse has b#an towed
to •*.’■ * -tensibly. with th# result that
th** '-a end *tf th# channel has nercaptl
*l> fli 'Nil up h# ius# of th# mountains of
nlnk.iN* rubbish that have t>#en dumped
InvoHtlgation ha *l#mictratei that this
ih no sttMill jiart of th# present difficulty,
which makes It Interesting to know to
whai extent New York s gateway to the
** a has be* n affected fn*m fh# Illegal
•l imping of ash## and ballast too far In
The stretch of water which Is consid
ered "th# i*,rr of Indon" Is 70 miles
long, and In thl.- distance th#r# are M au
thorities of various kinds exercising con
trol over it tn on# wnv an.l anoth#r--al
most a governing body for every mil# of
water Ther# ar# few mope striking ea-cs
of t.vo mu n government. No wonder
Igmdon's noble river is filling up. anl
navigation Into the wor d's metropolis is
in danger of dying of thirst.
Gap? Peter Hanlon of fhe steamship I*a
Grand# Durh* has h**en engaged by the
Nwport News Shipbuilding and Iry
I>o* k Fompany to take th# United States
transport Ituford to New York from their
works, w here she has been undergoing re
po r* and alterations sin a June.
Th# total earnings of the world's shtp
plng are estimated by Muihsll at IfirtiOhO,-
*r* Th# part earned by the shipping of
the Fnlt* 1 States Is put at IK.hfIO.MD.
,da 117 *i,. France. fll.W.at). Norway.
8. ■*,**" Gcrmanv. 841. • ••.*••. fhe Unit* 1
wrecked s3!.oinhon worth of
property In this country during th year*
from 18S9 t* 1W
“What is the shatie of a ship going to
pieces on a stern nd rockbound coast?"
i-k**l Gaswell of Imkans.
“Very had np#. I should say. What
shop# woukl you < nil it?"
'A wi ck tingle"
l’i****enit#r In Steamships.
ras>* nr. r- by steamship Naco.ich#e.
N#w York far Hovanmih, Oct 2 b Mrs. W
W K*g* r-, M'-s May Rogers. Mrs J
Bog r:-. i’ P Prendergasl. J. 8 Andrews.
Mr; I*. Sloan# and children, G. D. Wth
•n. Mb- S W Anderson. Mrs N A
Pape, Mrs O M r|l|ey, Tl K. Tltley, R
Fav nn*l wife. Miss L. C. Root. 8 T
Hpauktlny 'lr Halstead. Mis# Martin,
W A Mif tin. T It Hhav and wife. Mrs
C S HtnlToi | ,n*l daughter. Miss 8 M -
Alpir, J. I'.irr, M S Rurhank M# A
\1 Stevens: K 1* ' irk and wife. G
Hiker. <* M ltlk*r, Mrs Charles t*ox ami
daiight'*- Mrs I! M. Ilal#, I'rank Hale.
1' Must 1 - ltd wif# Mr* Smith and
two children. M A Smith. C. M Smith.
C W. A’* vander. Ml-s J L. Jenkins Mrs
lllnes. I‘an !✓•*. H 1 H>baon, J. H Hinton.
<’ W Reynold* I* A Chippendale, Mrs
Marl# Rhine. Fred Cook. A Truman. Miss
J Ravage. R Itawland and wife J Hn#l
•ler. Mrs M Tiller. J Hubbard. J Ferris.
• 1 Nenn.into. I) S#* ;i**her. N. Joseph, J
A Cad sen. Mr* Il.irl-ky, R. Johnson, P
PaKveng* r# by -•♦# m**h'p City of Aitgusta (
br New D'tk > •“■:<• rda\ - Mr Halbert R
jt Goodwin. W R lor**cy. Cap! H F. B.
Gi jcsplf . F Potter. ** Falk. E B. Camp,
j V. Gardiner, O M l**tlt. Thomas R ;
Jon* u* and wifi*. Dr W E Sanders, M
R R rhlvet and wlf# S J. Achlver. L O. ;
llchlt'er. L J R hlver. (*rl Luther, M i
KrU *1 Nicholas Ghts and wife, Quinn
Steven*. Samuel Anderson
Passe *:*• rs hy .tteamshlp Dorchester sail
ing to I nit I more yesterday— W W Thom
son. F *? Reynolds \V I. Cole. John H
Howes. \V L Shuck. Miss Eva Sraith.
passengers by steumshtp Berkshire sail
ing to Ph.VsdeiphUi yesterday—John B
Richardson. Mrs. A. L. Alien. Dr. J. S
Barr. Mrs J. 8 Barr.
k ’aaati.gsrs strived last night on attain
•hl| Texsa from Baltimore K. F Thomas.
Mrs R. K Davis. Mrs Fohm. J Fohm.
R. McKenna, F Hertel, Mrs F. Hertel.
R B las vis, F Fohm. Master Fohm.
“Jack” Hanlon. Frank Hertel, E Hertel,
J Hew as. M I Matron. O. Krug*-., Mr* M
Blsty, 8 IN>utez J Michael. P Michael,
John Mtchae., Miss N. Michael Mr P#-
broeky. F White. 7. nwh#r. J Bird Wm
Bird Mrs Kervosky, J 8 llsloski, C.
Blsty. J Plase. Miss M Bird. U Fisher,
t*. Bristol. Mr- Fisher. P Peteskey. F
pew'e. Wm Knosky. J BXsky, Reu Ilis
ky, H O. St'hmklt, I*. Bhikey. C. Wagner.
Wm Htetf.rr. Mr# Kruger. Andrew 11*ti
er. F Pease. Mary Bird. J. Htockcr, Mr
Run rises ot 6;IG a m and sets at IAZ p
High wa#r at Tybe# to-day ot 10 12 a
m. and 10 51 p m High water at Havan
nah one hour later.
Phases of the Nuuu for ortober.
D H. M
First quarter I 3 10 evt.
Full moon R 7 18 morn
Issst quarter 15 3 51 morn
New moon -3 7 27 morn.
First quarter 31 2 17 morn
ARRIV.UA AND DEPARTURE*.
Vessels Arrived % •■farday.
Rteamshtp Texas Fid ridge. lislflmor#.
J J. f'srolan, Ag#nt. •
Rteamshtp Florida. Allen Sparrows
Point. —Havannah. Florida and Western
Schooner Julia A Trubee. Miller, New
Y’essrls Cleared 1 eeterday*
Brig Nlooletto (Auat), Favrlcte, Venice
—Chr. G I>ahl A Cos.
ftchooner Th#* A Ward. Collins, New
York and Roundout.
Vessels Went * S#a.
Rteamshtp C4ty of Augusta, Daggett.
Rteamahlp Dorchester, Jautaa. Balti
Ht#amshlp Berkshire. Ryan. Philadel
Rteamshtp City of Gloucester (Br), Mil
Hf#amah!p Brakemoor (Br), Butcher.
Rieamship Manin (Ifal), Oornallo, Oenou
Arrived From Uiohmli.
Schooner Jennie Thomas. Young, arriv
ed Perth Amboy Oct. 27. f
Carrabell#. Fla., Oct. 27 ~ Entered, twrk
Elmeton (Itnl), Car*llglii Geti**
Fernandtn*, Fla., o*t 27 -Arrived,
schiwner Annie T Bailey. Finley. Dartei..
steamer Nor (Nor). Mlxam, laOk Palmar
Cleared, •chooners Lizzis E. Dennison,
Boss, St Pierre. Martinique; Eva II
Hall. Leighton. Now York
Port Tampa, Oct. 2? —Arrived, steamer
Fanlta. Thompson. Havana.
Sailed, •(•amsr Olivette, Smith, Ha
vana, via Key West.
Charleston, 8 C . Oct. 27 —Sailed steam
ers Spring w ell (Rr), Chisholm. Galveston ;
Mourn Oswald tltr>. Brown. Norfolk.
Key West. Fla., Oct. 27 —Arrived,
steamers Mascotte. Whit#. ll.\aiti. and
nailed for Port Tampa; Miami. Delano,
Liverpool. Oct. 27. Arrived, steamer El
I sis PalniNS. Od 25 -Railed, steamer
Liverpool. OcY JS Arrived, steamer An
Baltimore. Oct. 27.—Sailed, steamer P
II Miller. Savannah.
Norfolk, Oct. 27 —Arrived, steamer For
est Castle (Br), Fernandir.a, and sailed
Antic to Unrlnrr..
Pilot rlwrl. ,nrl a I hyAmifmphlc tnlfir
ronllon will tw> f i.rnit hf I mwien of va
a,l frf of I'harrr In I'nltfl fHn'<s h\-
■lroKraphlr of!W In CUdom Hon*-.
iiiln, *re to c*ll at th, offlc-,
H, of wrecks an<! derelict, re civ. <1
for traninisslon fo the Navy Depart,
Ter Austrian hriir Niro let to. for Venire
—1.4! hnrrel. rosin, H.m 09.—Cattro b> S
t'rr steamship City of Autriistn to Nw
York Orl. 27 Uiies tipiarwl rotton. jo
twtiee sea Island ration. *¥> hbls rottonsfd
oil. 27.7 rns.a rottonseed oil. Uties do-
2. hairs eweeplntcs. &kl bl.ls rosin.
Of> bhl, turpentine. S.D feet lumtr r m
Ml* hldts*. l.tiaO pkfs !>•* m tterlA:. bhht
llsh, 116 rs.. i lKAts. 751 hox.. fruit. 2t
bide vegetables. 22.7 cm lee vettelAide* 7,
ton* td(f Iron. 73 tsties t 01.,., co iTo.otn
shinnies. Dn twti.s. sponeee. 77 bhl, pw h.
inned Ml ..k B . !n^..
Per Ml Ims nip Doreh .:- r . f„ r it ,|(|
more_2H hales upland cotton, 1 tv. bhl,
roeln. 1)1 fret lumber. 7t pke. fruit
I. wickn clay. 2*7 pktte mdse t; eke 10.
mestlca tn.l yarn*, lit hai.Ti hide* und wool
61 hhis pitch. 13 cases canned icesls
f’er sitatnship Hrrkshlre. for Ptillailrl
phlti 127 hale, upland e.>tton. sii pt.ot
rosin. 212 W.;s turpentine. 317 Ot! fee ]
her. 121 pkjts fruit, is. pks 3:2
i*k*K doin**KUr* *iui yarnK. i.j*q *, kj.
ton seed, eet lei Im rice straw. ,u,k
Steves. 12S sacks rl w bran. I bbls exit
Schooner Thos A Ward, for New y., r k
and Roundout <*2.733 fret yellow
lumber.—Cargo by R It Hunting A Cos.
Personal N,, |„ W o>erase.
Mrs. C. L. Thigpen Is spending a few
weeks with her daughter. Miss IJ|y, who
Is attending Wesleyan Female College hi
I.ev. J. C. Gillespie has hern called to
the pastorate of the Douglas iiaptlat
C hurch, and will prol*bl> accept.
Miss Aggie Cason, daughter of Super
intendent J. A. Cason of the Ware coun
ty poor farm Is recoverirg from her re
cent illness from typhoid fever
The Cofice County Sunday School Asso.
elation Is In scs.lon at McDonald to-d,ty
ind to-morrow, uet 27-2S. W. l 1 Ward la
1 piesldent, aiul J W Roberts, secretory
Miss Kathryn.- Shu ts has aeeepie l a|u
riti nasaaslatant tn Prof Settler's South
mm Polytechnic School.
Mrs T. J. Willis has returned to her
It.-ttic in Tattnall r unty. after a visit
with her thin, J If Willi-.
I 'Me -f the m*ut hlg dy esteemed minis
lers In this section is Rev. E 31 Whlttag
presiding el-ler of the W.tyeroaa district
Ills f-opl all loc-e him nt-l want to see
him returned another year.
Mrs. K P. Peabody is visiting her
brother. J W. Hitch, who Is a student at
Prof. E A Pound has gone to Ogford
•vh-re on Monday night he deliver* th •
alumni address before 'he Few Literary
Society. It Is the sixty-first anniversary
of the society.
—Few women have done more for their
'■eg Hum 'BnrontM Burdt
In I-ondon alone she h.ts established free
srwtiig schools and an organisation for
the trn.nltig of housemaid- Sip- Mas pro
vided a shelter for hom lews women, one
half of whom have gained courage to tu-gin
life tinew Bhe has organised the flower
girls of London into brigades, with Axed
stations assigned to each, under police
—When a marriage takes p'.ac# In Chlnt
ths wedding party enter* the temple ard
lights a quantity of fireworks, inclu .! g
a number of crackers. This Is sui po ed
to wake the "Great Joas" from hls aieep
The priest repeats th* service at express
speed, the bride and bridegroom taka two
111 ties glasses ot wine and arc theu de
clared man and wUa
I CURE MEN AND WOMEN.
Twenty Years of My Life Have been Devoted to the Study
and Treatment of Chronic Diseases.
Th# map or woman afflicted with Chranld Discos# Is sure to have a shattered
constitution This form of
th# reason that th# prog re s U so gradual that tlie |tl#nt do#a not naiize J ist
what serious consequence are to follow I cannot too stiong.y impress th# im
fMjrtanc# of having such afflictions proparly treated They gradual. 4, but *ur >•
e!p away th* vltaiKy. ami r tilt in compete helplessness
I have devoted twenty of the best years of my hf# 10 th# study and treatment
*f theeo dlseaeea, and my success has been demonstrate*! tlm# and min \ \
gfh# fa#! that 1 have cured IftindrMs of
the otstlnate cases wh Ich other physician*
have treat#l In vain. The dts#*'es of
% which I make a specialty require the
H closest study, and tt is impossible for the
?* practitioner to obtain th# perfect
V knowledge of them n# finary to treat
them auceossfully. In ih# treatment of
Shjfs. JgdST MANHOOD. STRKTI’RE. VARI
ER. FEMALE WEAKXF3RS. KIDNEY
DIHKASER, RHEUMATISM, etc., etc.,
1 give racte case the benefit of my skill
galne*l by twenty years experience, dur-
Ing which tlm# I have treated thousands
sr of cases, and thus becom* familiar with
( C* every peculiarity and detail of each and!
m \ cas# Without this complete knowledge
* x< • >
Diseases. R!entlflc discoveries the
" siv 1
• ■ 1 and I always employ th** i.itest up
\ to-date methods In treating my patients
* I cure fialnlessly. and without detention
from business, stricture and other dlw#as. which other physicians force through
a series of cruel, futile operations.
9 I Invite every one to consult me freely wnthout charge. T deal with tnv patients
In an honorable and straightforward manner, and court the closest Investigation
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