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Haltrr* of Internal to *hlppln* Moo
rro)rrp! M. is being made m repairing th*
. ~l#h steamship Miramar, which Is hov.
, anew shaft on** propeHer attached
Gordon wharf. It cannot be told
... lon* ahe WMI he delayed.
>•> u* William F. McCauley, Cap*
Van H Avery, arrived from Baltimore
jJ4 Diphf, where she took a tow some
time ago from this port.
Hark Crown Prince (Nor), from Darien,
fip! —. for Uverpool. before reported
a,, abandoned. w.itei i, *•*• (1. Oct. 11. latl
iae 77, longitude 6v. The captain aixl
r en seamen, who were rescued hv
neamer Romsdulen. have been landed t
Tha remainder of the crew are
supposed to have beets picked up by ahip
( .sverdon (Ur), which sailed from New
'lurk. uct. 8 for Yokohama
,\ floating dry dock of ll.aOO tons cap* -
sv m t ba bull! for the British gov
ernment. The new dock Is to he loca'ed
1,, Bermuda, and will replace the one
w In use at that port. It will be 54)
t Ion? and I lib feet wide, aml wall ac
room idote the largest vessel# of Lie
I : gturti navy.
-ome Interesline experiments upon the
>rtu*tnn of m* ■ In sea water have
been made durli last two years at
K*l The met followed was to out
n two ’wslve * upl*-* of the metals to
!■* lasted, nlr which were then suh
rrter|™l in tin ■ water, while the other
rb.-ee were held to serve for purposes of
*1 the end of ebtht months three of
tf- spe, imsns immersed were taken out
ei water and compared with thoe •
i it uni hs*n retained outalde. At the
e .1 . ! sixteen months three mors wore
t .ken out. and at the end of twenty-four
u.onthe the last three.
Thc-c sump!** wore composed of alloy*
of < op per rich m aim. of bronzes withs
snail proportion of zinc, of hronre free
from line, of pure aluminum bronze, and
rf aluminum hronze containing Kun* aim
er zinc and Iron lam showed an
especial resistance to corrosion, not bav
in* been attacked at all In the two years
Tne alloys containing zinc pave the least
sa'iafartory results The alloys of cop
per and nn and of enpp-r and aluminum
and the hronaes containing Iron resisted
corrosion perfectly, altnough they were
in nontart with iron in the wwer. Tbe
bronzes containing Iron placed in the res
water In contact wtfh the bronzes con
taining tin showed a more or leas notable
An Important poln* for the prevention
ot ,serosion it to avoid pta-ing these al
loys in contact with meialr that are elec
tropositive m relation to them
Sim rise* i 6:10 n m and acts at 5.11
High water at Tybee to><toy at 1122
h m am* 1! 43 p m Hath water ar fla
vannah one hour later
I'ha***! of lla* Mooti for October.
D. H M
Flrt quarter 1 3 10 eve.
Full moon A 7 18 morn
L*st quarter 15 3 51 morn.
N w moon 23 7 27 morn.
First quarter 31 2 17 mom.
ARRIVAL* AM> DKPARTIREA.
\rufli Arrived Yesterday.
Steamship Naeoochee. Smith. New
York —Ocean Steamship Company.
Hark l>>renro (Span), Casanova. Hava
na (at quarantine).
Tug William h . McCauley, Van Avery.
VeMela Went to tra.
S'eamshlp Le.ilm (80. Nobciaaco, Bar
celona and < *enoa
Bark Char. luring Burt, New York.
Charleston O* *t. 2s—Arrival, steamer
*• rg W Cl yd* . ChW liester, Boston. via
TVnracoia Oct 28 -Arrived,
steamer Romney (Br>. put In from tlal
•* •( t ;• l \i* •N\ >. Sfn
rnor.cn. Port Na al.
Key Wem Fas . Oct. 2*.-Arrived
e-huorer Concho. <iar. and sail'd
for ,Mw York. Olivette. Smith. Port T.mi
pa. and railed for Havana
Port Tampa. Ch i 2* Arrived, steamer
Mai*>otte, White. H.ivami via Key \VVt;
British KNim* r James Turple. Rosa. New
York Germ n hark V Mon la. Vos*. Vera
Crut. via quarantine
Sailed, steamer Pinita. Thompson. Ha
Pensacola. Fla . Oct. 27 Arrived,
steamship Bthelslda fßr), Clarkson Part?*
Pra ym ; bark Sherwood (Nor), Muland,
Sailed, steamship Penea'ola, fe’lmmon-
Oa I vet ton
>ntlcc to Mariners.
Pilot charts and all hydrographic infor
mation will he furnished musters of vas
r*'!* free of charge jr> United Bt.it**** tiy
(iroaraphio office |n Custom House f"ap
• *im are requoete.l to • all at the office.
Reports of wreck.- and derelicts received
for transmission to the Navy Depart
VESSELS imi \n FOR SAVANNAH.
A:s.*by (Rr). 1.736 ion*. Roeg. sld.
Shield* <V| SI
Alton (Br). 2.19 ton*. Corner; aid. Table
Hay bejH W
1 Hon lioll (Br). 2.327 ton. Lewi*; doe
M o 10 for Hrt men
' "ruin.i (Hr). 2*' tons. Hn*cn: old
'ltDChwlfr, Oct 18.
‘ M iHr.), 2.”4H lone. Lockhart; *M
Ivor pool, Oct. 12. *
(Bt). 1.586 ton*. Ramsay: aid. Ta
*■ •• Hay. Kept. 27.
Kl'rlda (Br). 1 4M lona. Redden; aid. Tyne,
* •’■ i 'Mi; • (Br) 1.8.17 lon*. Notman. sM
Tenerlffe. On 23
Homeric (Mr). l.ttt ten*. Kerr; posted al
r tr>n Kxchangt-
Mem. woo, l ,-t. 1.021 ton*. Howland; aid
'Ula Heal. Oc;. 20.
Ir <B"l*i. 1 ion*. Sytor, *ld Ant
werp, Oct. 21.
J ‘t'.ftn North (Br). 2.233 inn*, at Philadel
phia Oct. 20
J “'<) iNori. i.sot tonv McCracken; due
' IS. tor Bevel und Be Petersburg. *KI
Hamburg rw-t *
fk*ta;i (Br). 1,102 eons. Chrlatlanacn; at
Hartl.head, Oct. I
J,oor ky tun. 1.073 ton*. Laurie; *ld.
>4*. Oct IS.
"•ntlnas (Br). 1.737 ton*. Kehoe; due Ocl,
f °r Bremen.
M !f >*| \| Pinuio* (Span). 2.1 M (on*.
'•tint*,* due Oc;. ]j f or Barcelona.
• N P un* <Br), 2.17* ton*, at St Mlchaela.
Sept j® for coal; dua Oct 2*
(Br.). 2.044 (Ona. Purdy; *ld Liver
'*‘’ol. Oci $■ dua Ocl. IS. for Manche
' ■ fßr ), 1.285 tons. ; aid Middle*.
o. (Jet. 7
' * IBr). 1.5*3 (one. Enckaen: at Rl-
J J>ietro. Oct. 1
ala I pa.
Harvest Quren (Br). 1 MS ton*. Forayth;
*' quarantine, Oct. 11
Ai.ne (it*)). 7j* ton> Marlanl; *M Ooole.
A' -more (Seri. 1.13 ton*. Sorensen. ahl
Sender lord Oct] 3.
w* *’• ! Auai.), 791 tona. Boamanleh:
Maraem*,. Oct. 10
l?]** ( °* r >. 1.177 toaa. Ortas. sid.
MURPHY & CO., INC.,
Board of Trad* Building. Savannah.
Private leased wires direct U> New York.
Chicago and New Orleans.
COTTON. STO( k AAD CHAIN.
York office. No. gl Broadway.
Office# In principal clnea throughout the
Pouih Wrlee for our Market Manual and
book containing Instructions for traders
Bravo (Nor). M3 ton?. Andrcassen; aid.
London. Sept, 20
Cosmo (Br). 385 tons. Mallyrafl; at Per
nambuco Sept 12.
Colin Archer (Nor), CCS tons, Martlnsen;
sld Cork. Sept fl. p.l Roches Pi Oct
Emllie Marie (Nor). MO tons. Tohnesen;
s and Runcorn. Dipt
Pristed (Nor.), 1,9i5 ton? Jacobs, n. pd.
Lundev Island. Oct. 12
Francesca (Italy. 1.083 tons. Baneolarl; aid.
Rotterdam. Sept 29
James and. Pendleton (Nor.), *7O lons, Nlch
olalsen: sl l London. Oil. 12.
Kami fJor.l (Nor), 743 lons, .Sorensen; sld
Harrow. Oct. 18.
Monte Allegro M (Hal). Uhl tons. Fulele;
sid. Marseilles, Oct. 13
iiatla Ad. laid? (Itall, pri tons. Oltvarl.
aid. Genoa June . p*l Tartfa Sept. IT
Monarch (Hard) 523 tone. Anderson, eld
Galway. Oct. 29.
I New Zealand (Nor), (525 ton*. Thlescn;
sld Hamburg. Oct. 4
Prince Georg*- (Nor) 4TB tons, Hansen;
i sld Kowey, Sept. 19
Pailao (Nor), 57* tons. Pedersen; sld.
Hull. Sep* 28.
Puola Madre Htal). I,OSS ions Schlafflno;
sld. Genoa. Oct. S.
Royal (Nor). 839 tens. Krogh. aid Havre.
Stella del Mare (ltai ). 1,13d lotto. Lavagt
nus. eld Oenou Oct. 2
Veronica (Br). 1.093 tons. McLeod; at Wa
terford. Sept 21
Victor (Nor) 614 tons, Ortvik; sld Bar
row. 0.-4. 19
Harold 9 306 ion#. *l*l
Philadelphia Oct 13.
Rebecca M. Wall* Ml tons. Llftlr. aid
Philadelphia, Oct. 20.
Woodward Abrah ams, <576 ton#. Marhoil;
• t Baltimore, Oct 16.
WEKKU HAHKKT HtOVIEW.
I < ntton I’fi rf I > llfrnvprii anil Farther
Short Drrllnp—HiocU* Partly l,n>r
a Early Advance.
Early In ihe weak the MWnrv of the
cntion market *• hctavilv downward.*,
tha dcclino amounting to fully J in
uary reaching KTfi*'- Toward the en I of
the week the tone auiffenro and more
than half the decline was recovered. Jan
uary closing 9.04 c.
reororo* apj>ear to have hi I
• good deal to do with the late reaction.
It Is* very generally felt that some such
recovery wu due by the nature of thing
and no a recent d!'po*Uion un the part of
receipt* to run rather lighter wui* availed
of to bring about an upturn. W*ather lira
been very favorable for gathering >h**
crup a* well aa for maiuitng euch >o\*
slop ala at til making. Tne Incl.niiMt
In generally to Increase crop os Invite*.
Very likely ihe advance may conttnin n
while longer, but It haidly **ok- advreable
lo be too eangulno on the hull aide.
Siocki were active and there were
many notable advance* early tn the week,
but latterly a react*on.iry tendency de
veloped ami In *ome case* quot it lon* ae
lower than n we*k ago. A neivou- and
ttiKtuaung market tnua: be expected un
til niter the election
Wheat r<>ntimi4 to >le lin\ and I
cembt*r ha* got nearly down to 73c Wheat
I* perhjp* the cheapest commodity tn the
world, except oat*, and will won hit net
attention. At al>out 70e it ought to be a
teaeonably anfe purchase
Wm. T Williams.
PROFIT OF Til HEAD MAKERS.
The Cnnrnimera of Ae* laland Colton
Declare Ilia Dividend*.
A Glasgow dispatch to the New York
Journal of Commerce and Financial Bul
letin. eay*: The Coate* Thread combina
tion of Beoland and the fntt*- .State* an
rnimfPK a nrorlt tor the year of UATtM*)
(about 112.12 #.OOOl. A dividend h** Jurt been
re< ommended auffleient to make a total
of ix*r cent, for the year on the ordi
Tne route* Company hav declared tw>
dividend* this year of £lO each <on
#*hore*>. or per cen* In all. Conse
quntiy tt* prorent divldood would tx
?3u i>er rent. la* year the company paid
40 per rent Th** ordinary afeiare* of the
company, which nr? of £lO par value, are
now selling between r 79 and IW. *o that
the return this year net* only n little over
6 per cent There are i3.000.tn0 of ordi
nary which at curnr. market
price* would he worth jihxii i24,0D0.'M
i or nearly $120.000.0f0. The company ol*o
l a* 12.0iii.000 of preference share* and £2.-
000.000 debentures. The preference *lvire<
are entitbd to only 0 |*er cent sHykJeml"
and the debenture* to 4** per cent.
Foralgn mall advice* *->■ that the cen
tral agency whi> h compriaee the Coates.
! Clark. Brook* and Chadwick concerns* had
*dvanre<d price* of thread.
The Vlaible Supply of Cotton.
From the New York Cammerrlnl and
Financial Chronicle. Oct. 21.
The vntfblr supply of cotton to Oct 30.
aa made up by cable and telegraph. U a*
follow* Continental at arks. a well ,**
thoee for Or*t Brlrmn and the afloat, are
this week’s returns, and consequently all
European figure* are brought down to
Thursday evening Bim to make fh* total
rhe complete figures for Oct 2*'..
we add the Iti m of exports from the T'nit
• and fltatet. Including in it the ex|*orte of
Stock at Lgondon 15.000 2.000
Total Great Britain stock 214 7M
Stock at ltmbiirg ir.,drv 27.b*
Sto-'k at Bremen 106,f0h 111.00**
Stock at Amsterdam 2.<* W|
Sto-’k at RotteriWun *>’
Stock at Antwerp 4.i**i 4.000
Stock at Havre 42.000 131.>*
•♦toB'k ot Marseilles 1.000 4.d*
Stock at Barcelona 17<vo *>nn
Stock at fJenoa 4.n lo.v>
Stock at Trieste 2.000 12.0 U)
Total continental stocks 191,200 301.20)
1 Total European utock* F6 3* 1.114.20)
India cotton afloat for
Europe .. 67,000 l.uO)
American cotton afloat
for Europe 742 000 632.900
Egypt Brazil- etc. afloat
fur Europe 31.000 43.000
j Stock m r 8 446 642 ?7
Stock in t; B interior
town* 4*3.30 <lO. $4O
IV 9 exporta to-day .... 43.1*7 # 3O.V*7
Total vltltolo supply 2.394.775 5J30.341
Of the above, total* of American and
other daacriptions are a* follow*:
stock bales ... 141000 669. f- io
•■•onfinenta! stock* 1*9.000 -11.000
\merlcin afloat for Eu
ropr 742 000 5*2 OfV
IV S stock 9*3.44$ *43 797
JOHN W. DICKEY,
Slack and Hand Broker,
Write far List.
THE MORNING NEWS: MONDAY. OCTOBER 29. 1900.
I . 8 interior stocks 402.262 <lo.tk)
r. 8 exports to-day .... u.Uu a0.507
Total American 2.2U.576 3.U57.144
Toal East li.dia etc. .. 190.300 163 NM
Total vltlifeka supply 2.AH.77i 3.230.344
The imports into continental porta th*
paet week have been Ion.OOD Lmlv-
The above figure* Indicate a de reawe in
the conon in sight to Oct 22. of 535,259
bal*** as lonapared wMh the same date -)f
IW9. loss of 839,713 bales from the corre
sponding date of 189*. and a decline of 78.-
140 bales* from 1897.
I ntfon Movement.
The Morning Nm • the
rocf ipi of laih:im Alexander 4k f(fi. "Cot
ton Movement and Fluctuations for ISOOl"
Th- bok cnibnct a cotton statistics from
189.7 to the presortt tlrn* ll is neatly
bound in cloth, und in substance is equal
In every point of exc Hence to previous
Ismiea. In addition to sraGsttcal matter*
covering every feature of use and interest
to ihe trade everywhere, there are finally
written review* of crop and trade condition*
for the year The volume not only fill* a
great want with broker*, factor* and buy
er* of cotton, but farmer* rtnd It an In
valuable compendium of Information they
book noth n.
"TVbaceo f*ulctara" i* the title of a neat
pamphlet Ju-t Issued by the Gorman Kali
Work*. 93 Nassau street. New York city
This publication treats quite fully about
tobacco growing from the time of wowing
seed to the marketing of the crop 4i 1*
a valuable publication and will be sent
without charge to any planter who applies
‘ Filths of Famous Men.** in their own
wool*. Complied and edited by John Ken
yon Kiibotrrn, D B Large crown *vo
Library cloth $2 Henry Coate* A Cos .
publishers. Phil* ielphla “Fsithw of
Famous Men ’ Is a unique work. There
ha* never before, perhaps been an at
tempt to gather into one volume a con
sensu* of the p. r ural opinion* of the
world's great t unke?* and doers upon the
leading topi s of e igious belief, ami I>r
Kilbourn'a work, therefoie, stands alone
The extent of his performance shows tire
less Industry and the w!d<ai range of m
tlent reading. He g:v - ij- A’.gustuac and
I.er.aeus—Wlckllffe, Luther and Calvin—
Bishop Butler. Phillip# Brooks and l>r
McCosh— Tom Paine and Robert liigarsoil
Giover Cleveland. Benjamin Harrison
and William McKinley—Confucius. Bo ra
t and Mohammed—Jew and Gem lie—
heretic, aid true believer—agnostic and de
votee—dreamer and thinker—i#oet. a len
tist. soldier, statesman und man of af
f.ilis In every walk of life. More than
5n people, worn* n as well ns men. are
here mule to aicak for them*elves in
numtH'rle.*? extra-l On his title page
Dr KBhourn take* as a motto t.ie waving
of Carlyle, *‘A man'* rt.lg.on U tha chief
fact concerning him.'*
"Johnson's Physical Culture," by B.
F. Johnson. B. F. Johnson Publishing
Company Hi* hmond, V.i,, cloth. 2f> cents
"Johnson's Physical Culture" l* a book
of simple, practical directions which
comes readily to one's hand. Herein Is ir*
peculiar merit. It was made to be used
and one can u*e It—every i>agt* of It. It
i* not the work of a theorist. It is thr
work of a man who has put physical
culture where it belongs, tn hi-own home
and has personally reaped Its benefit. He
writes out of a rich experience, and he
writes with that simplicity which comes
from perfect familiarity with one’* sub
' Among the Crackers." by Ro*a Pendle
ton CWle* The Editor Publishing Com
pany. Clncint>atl Cloth. $1 The author
has rrade a careful study of the • ha me
ter of the Georjra "Cracker." and ha* suc
ceeded admirably In portraying it The
scenes and Incidents of the story are more
than usually interesting No *ne who
reads the wid regret having done
,*o It will give him an Insight into the
lives and manner of living of a very in
teresting -nd worthy class of people
"fttrinftown, on the l*me, • a taie of
northernmost Kentucky, by John T’ri
Lloyd Dodd. Mead A Comi*ny, New
York, public hers (.‘loth, $1.26. Tha seen
of this story is laid In one of the quaint
villages in Northeast Kentucky. The ac
tion begin* at the time of the War of Be
ceaefton. when the hero f* a ragged little
urchin tiudging along the dusty plk and
■ ontlmies until the boy Is well Into rna •-
hood The story Is marked by a fresh
ness, a vqgor and a Are that are not of
ten found in contemporary fiction The
l>ook is essentially dramatl and situatt* n
follows situation with a swlftnesa that
kee|H the reader keyed up from th*- tim*-
that he first mee** Sammy Draw, in
Bloody Hollow, until the time when in
romiany with Cuftt and Dinah he take.*
leave of f*uie At tin* gate of the Insauti
tul convent In Nazareth. Ky.
• The Young Bachelor," by Camm I’atfe
son Is • well written hit of historical
sketch work, descriptive of the condition
of the Pouthern states prior to and dur
ing *he Civil War. The b ok contain* all#
an essay m "The Desflny of the Negro '
Published by J P Bell Company. Lynch
burg. Va Paper, price it) cents.
Fiction of the hlthtl Mandat'd. tlmly
artlelm hy •>- h*M writers end llluMrn
!ton of lhe (troaleer m-rW are (ooturta
of S.Tinner'? M.izazlnc for Novml>er. The
leading article i efililled "Rutrle of lo
,)ey,*’ and I* hy lh* well known writer
Henry Norman TM erlkle deal* wllh
(he grent ri(o > rlan Hallway. 'The T.ri.ir
Who Wl? Not Oa'ight.” I* a Shanghai
.ory by Richard Wiiated Mary Calh
r!nc l.ee contrlhiKrw dei Idedly Inter
esting eiory ewiltlrd 'The Wheel of
Time." "Tommy and Grlgzel" |e ermcliwl
ed In thla number Ae much •? Ilarrle
I? liked it L ( (jueMlon If H I? not qulle
croerally ihoughl. hy tho*c who have
r(d Ihle (wory In the ?er.ol form, tha'
K I? too lon* That ll hae great merit
ther? l no doubt, but long Mortcw that
ire very long are |>t !> be regirded
w. h dl?favor by the nubile, even when
wrl'icn hy o popular an au’hor n? Mr.
J ,M Rwrrlt Charier Serlbner'a Sons.
N,w York City
The Novemher number of llte Co.mo
polltan ho a superb table of content.
The leading article I? entitle-!. "Thebe*:
Her Ruin? ani her Memoriae ' by Dulany
Hunter It lan article that will b. read
alth deep Intereit A timely article ,
the Galve-ion tragedy w.th llluMr ((low*
by John Kay. Tin- country does not yet
,eem 10 fully under?(and tne magnitttd* of
the dlearter from which OalveMon eulfer
,.d The tone of life end property wne
far gteater than at Johnatown. F.t.. yet
rot nearly ?o much money luta baen con
• rlbuted to orelet the eufferir*. There
on n;an> other ortlclee wtilch nerve lo
make thi number a noanble one Th
c-oftno poll tan. lrvlngtrai. New York.
The AlkaheM for October I? an ezcel
!erd number It haa a number of ezeel
lent artfelea. and show? Incrraatn* evl.
dencea of prosperity Moei of its ron-
M-Ihutora are atrangera to ti e public, hut
4hty are doing very creditable work. The
Atkahest. Atlanta. Go.
The special feature* of the American
j Monthly Review of Revk-srs for Novem-
Iber ara nm Illustrated article* describ
ing tha campaign methods of (be Repub-
lican and r-emjcratic National Commit
tee*. respectively-she latter mtrlbute,l
by Willis J. Abbot, the manager of the
Democratic press bureau al Chicago, and
th. former by a New Turk newspaper
man, who has the entree at the Republi
can headquarter#, a full acroum of the
wv -jaiuti and purfioee n( the Hall of
Fame for eminent Ainerlcens. by Chen
cellor Mu.t'racked of New York i'nlvera-
Ity. wllh portralfe of the twenty-nine dls
ttngiilshed Atnerlcnne )u*t selected e*
worthy of (sjmtnrmorallon tn this unique
edilhe, m etudy of 4he recent ra(>t.l devci
opment of ••|ru*ta” In Fnglnnd. by Hoi?
ert tvmeld; and an Inetru *lve skkJv of
Hrlltsh camt'ilgn methods ae Illustrated
In Ibe parliamentary vice lions o( the pa* I
munth by W T Ale.tJ The ctltorlal de
partment. "The Frogresa of the World.'’
| covers the presidential campaign, the
British and Cano-lkm general elections,
j tho career* of the late John Sherman and
i Charles Dudley Warner iwlth portraits).
I and many other topks of ttpeclal •' rest
|nt tho present moment. Many v tbe
latest and most effective cartoons o the
campaign are rrproduccd In tbt* nunilter.
Itevlew of Review Company. 13 Aalor
I’lace. Nw> York City.
"The Liveliest Women In All America,"
The Ftit a.- of the White House." "The
Msn Wh 4 role Nar i-sut-,' "Waiting f>r
the Mall' a page drawing by A K Fru-i
—and "How Aunt Hally Brought Down the
House." a ehort story are some of the
excellent feature? of the November La
dles' Home Journal In Ihc s.im Issue
Clifford Howard rontlnne. "The Hlory of
a Young Man." Charles Major his "Blue
River Hear Stories," F.litabelh fttuurt
F'helpe her serial. "The Hurcrssots of
j Mary the First" and "Joslah Allen's
Wife" funnily narrates the Incidents of
her fourth visit. Ladles' Home Journal.
The Woman's Home Companion for No
vember open* with an article, entitled,
'Tbe Greatest Sunday School in the
World." describing the famojs Sunday
school of Stockport. Kr.gDr l. which has
been In existence for 116 years und which
now- hae over Soon pupils, "The Social
Sphere of Mexican Women." by Adelaida
Vazquez Shlaffino. hereelf a Meat .in. tell*
of the duties of the wife and of the re
strained character of courtship beyond ihe
j Rio Grand*' The Women's Home Corn
j pardon, Springfield O.
The New Llpplncolt Megaxln* for No
vember is a sterling good number of a
periodical that la growing better vsch
(nunlit of ah new existence. The com
plete novel fe.iture ha? been maintain*.l
with never-falling Inlrrest. a? wltnc*?
I "Madame Noel," by Oeorge II PI. ard In
the present Issue This Is a story of
leuigfrltow s "Acadia." where the simple
folk live an tdyllle life surroun led by the
big woods Mr Picards creation? en*
living people full of such pension, aa
move us all. only here intenrtO.d by th"
remoteness and the lovelln**a of the back
ground The story la of the l.v.* .mi
hates of four young people who romjo**
two house*-one a priest's, the cthei an
English clergymans D Is touching and
lively by turns and sweet always Not In
(mill)' day* has a story been written that
clings so to the memory. J R, ldpplncott
The true etory of a whole company of
modern Monte Crlsloe Is to he found In
| IVouglas White's "Yankee Millionaires In
South America." a prominent article In
Alnslee's for November Tak- George B
Chare. "Chile'* Silver King," (or ex
ample After having failed In hi* hunt for
a paying prospect In California, he proa
pected In Chile for ten year* In vain One
day an old Hpanlsh priest, a friend of hie
gave him a map by which he traced a
silver mine that had been loot for a hun
dred years The mine proved lo be abn
ansa, and to-day Chaco can draw on fhe
Bank of tOhgland for five hundred thous
and pound? Reside* Chace there are
a hold len more Yanks*-* wh > have piled
up million* In South America The etory
of their career reads like a romnn* e bu’
their photograph*, which Illustrate the
text, show them to be bard-hwrdol mm of
business Alnslee's Magazine -it Will
iam street. New York City.
Perhaps the most timely article In Mc-
Clure's Magazine for November. Is "A
Woman's Diary of the Siege of Pekin."
by Mrs. E K Lowry, one of the be
sieged missionaries in the legation* last
umm*.T. Thl* vivid narrative by an eye
witness of tnnsl of Ihe events destrrlbed.
Is sure to command attention at a time
when th" eyes of all th" world are turned
to the Far Bat. ft I* in a true sense
history from original doeument*
Another article that will awaken gen
eral Inter* st, is that on "The First Flight
of Count Zeppelin'* Air Ship, by Eugene
Wolf, the Count'* asl?t int and compan
ion In the trial. Only by uch >in explana
tion as in here given aided hy the ac
companying photographs showing the de
sign of tbe ship and Its appe trance In
full ffigbt. can Count Zeppelin'* m-irval
of construction and oehtev-menl be appre
ciated. Interesting, suggestive, helpful—
that must tie the verdict upon "William
Allen Whlte'a Character Skdch of Han
na " To vast majority of most Intelli
gent renders. Senator Hanna waa un
known until the campaign of l*!kv and Is
still hut vaguely understood, either o a
politician or a* a man. McClure's Maga
zine. 141-135 E. SS street New York City.
Miss Sarah Orne Jewett has Just com
pleted an American historical romance
which will nppewr a* a serial In the At
lantic Monthly, beginning In November
Ha title t* "The Tory I .over •• Th ro
mance opens In the rfc-h provincial neigh
borhood of the F'grataqun river, upon
ground familiar to the reader* of Mias
Jewett's short stories It l* concerned
w-tth th* early affair* of the Revolution;
with the exiled Igiyalisls. whose advent
ure* afford anew fle'd for historical fic
tion end with the fortune* of the frigate
it tnger on the French ar.d English eoatd?
Renders who are curious a* to Ktersry
coincidence, may be Interested to know
that Ml** Jewett hn* been occupied with
this story for several year*, and shat her
singularly spir ted picture of John Haul
Jones, who Is one of the heroes of the
tale, was eomn"*ed before ,h* publication
of "Richard CarvH " Houghton Mtflln and
Company. 11 East Seventeenth street, New
Truth becomes more attractive with
each Issue The November number con
tains a fully llluatrated article on th*
work of Carl* J Blenner, New York’s
fimou* portraitist Two of the picture*
accompanying the arl'cle are fic-stm le
olor reptoduedons taken t.lre tlv from
the original painting*—two of the rln(er a
exquisite ideal head* Its IhD number |.
concluded Mr# Tlurion Harriaon'? Might,
ful "Flitting Through Finland " And
there Is an article on art’at?' model*. II
lustrited wllh many por'nHs. In bxh
bbc k and white and In color of the prln
lp| young women m del* of New York
Rlrhard Harold Vynro- wipes Inlere t-
Inglv of the Opera In New York and (her*
|. a (hclllinx s'ory bv Stspheri Crane
Truth. Nineteenth tr*! and Fourth *vs
nue, New Vork city.
■♦? " t
•It fared Me.”
"Orayfceartl broke up rheumatism a*
m*." says Mr. Ch*a. Thomas tha Jew
eler on Whitaker street. "And put me In
better health than I have enjoyed lo *
Take Greybeard Pflia for that dizzy
fetlng—Lost appetite, ar.d follow It up
with a bottle of Greybeard. It 1* all you
need. Respess Drug Cos., (ole prop*.
-a- Southern Railway.
Trains Arrive and Depart Savannah on 90th Meridian Time—On* Hour Slower
Hun City Time.
Schedule* In Effect Sunday. June 10, l*.
i)Ead down"] Yd th ff east JT - rka6 d£
Vaii NO - (CtttnPKCr ; v... t. u
11 JOpni ~ .'wu Lv lavannab Ar.fi Io.ni, 4 15pm
(Baslern Time.) II I
4 Ilpnt 4 >tt. Ar Blackvillk Lv|| * (Gum, 1 'Tpm
6 u'imii 6 luani Ar Columbia Lv|| 1 afctm.ll 25a u
9 lopm, 9 45atn ,Ar Charlotte Lv, v 55pm Z 10*m
11 44pm ij ?apm Ar Oreansboru Lv|| 7 lt)|>m, ? 4ttn
Warn; j|Ar NorV'olk !T.V '. L\‘ . .| k'vOpni
'pm \r DanvllC l. ktepm 4 39am
9&*m dXpin Ar T~..~ff~Lv 13 Olpm.H t/'pm
• **”" vr .i Lyti. ltbiirg Lv 3 2pm *4 dam
4 J.irti s 15ptn Ar t htr lotlc?vtll* Lv I NgnjU 54pnt
• A.m, 8 A>pm;,Ar Maaltlngion Lv ;l! team 9 ttpm
lsam !1 35j>m. Ar llaltimnre l.v | 8 ilatn; H 21pm
II Scam 2 Ham Ar riilladciphi* l.v j 1 Wane 6 Mpm
I Mpnv 3s,,m Ar New York Lv,|U Warn! 1 Kpm
* 10pm 3 norm Ar notion Lv.| 6 uOpni.K* 10am
N j i ’Rr’fflß NORTH AM' \\ LST. ! Noli
II (Central Time) ||
klatn Lv S.ieAtitiati Ar.t 5 10am
4 30am Lv Columbia L v 1 25sm
* Warn l,v Spartanburg Lll l & *m
13 10pm Lv Asheville l.v 341 pm
4 tttpiii iAr lint Spring* Lv 11 45am
7 Jbpm Ar Knoxville l.v s lam
6 loam' Ar le-xlnglon Lv]llO 3iqim
7 45. m Ar Cinclnnatt Lv "OP">
ooimi Ar hi Louis Lv | ( Ham
7 Htam Ar LllT*llß Lv 7 Cam
All trams arrtv* and depart from th* Plant System Station.
THROUGH CAI SERVICN ETC
TRAINS 31 AND 54 DAILY, NBW YORK AND FLORIDA EXPRESS Veall
buled limped trains, with Pullman Drawing Room Sleeping Cars between Savan
nah and New York Connects at Washington with Colonial Expr< *s for It-ed'ai
Pullman Steeping Cara between Charlotte and Richmond and Charlotte and Nor
folk Dining Car* serve nil meals between Havarirfah and Washington
TRAINS He AND 98 DAILY. THE UNITED ST ATES FAST MAIL Vestibule.!
limited train., carrying Pullman Drawing Room Sleridna Car* between Havat-nah
and New York Dining Car* aerve all meals laiwren Savannah ami Washtnglon.
Also Pullman Drawing liman Steeping C.iri belwcen Savannah and Cmciunatl.
through A a hevl lie and The Lend of the Skv "
For eomplete Information an to rale*, schedules, etc, apply lo
G. GROOVER. Ticket Agent. Plan! System button
JAMES FREEMAN. C P. and T. A.. 141 Bull street. Telephones— Hell. 950;
S H HARDWICK. Awlatant General Passenger Agent Atlanta. Ga.
POH oniKEK I4IPHOA BRENTS,
Dublin l*eople Moving to Have the
Itivrr Worked on.
Dublin. O*., Get. —A very large and
very enthusiastic meeting of the business
men of iHihiln sin held at Ihe Knlghta
of l*ylhias Hall Krutov night to consider
ways nnd main, to get an appropriation
of IJO.IW for fhe Oconee river and to in
duce the B<aboard Air Line Railroad to
build s line from Lynn* to Dublin. It wax
decided hy the meeting which was pre
,idi-d over by President J S Simons,
Jr., of the Young Men 1 * Hnslnee- League
to invite C.ipt C. E Gillette of Savannah
to visit Dublin for the purpose of making
a survey of the river, etc , so us to de
tsrmtne It* need* iilao to aypotni n com
mittee to urge upon president William
of the Seaboard the wisdom of building
a road to Dublin. President William* will
be Invited to Dublin by thl* committee,
which in as follow, J M Duller. H
Hyrtvk and T J Davl*. from the Mer
chants' Club. H M Stanley J S Simon-
Jr., and C. A Weddlngton. from the
Young Men's ItuMness league: William
Pritchett. J H. Jackson and K O Conker,
from the cPtsena. and W K Schaufele.
W. W. Robinson and N. B Baum, from
the Hoard of Trad*.
It seems to he a settled fact that Depot
Agent D 8 Rtackehoar of the Wright*
vllle and Tennllle road will succeed Mr
H H Yourg as c(*nmercl*l agent In f>uh
lin. Mr. Hlarkshear is not famtltar with
rale*. t(d this will nece*sitate the em
ployment of u rate clerk General P.ie-.-n
ger Agent K K Bryan. Jr.. Is now in 8*
vannah. nrd It I* believsd that he will
employ one while there. II I* rumored
that Mr W C Myere. formerly a,*lt
an( to Mr. Hlaekehenr hut now In tlawk-
InavlHe, will tie apiennted toral agent tn
Dtiidln He Is very isipular here
A A Puller, a white man againat whom
there are five Indlnmenfs pending In
Laurens City Court, for the unlawful sale
of liquor, wa* arrested at TennlMe Fri
day hy hi* bondsman and brought to Dub
lin At rhe Inst term nf toxirens City
Court the bond* for Pollen'* appearance
at the court were forfeited. Pullen wa*
tn the court at the time, hut hi* presence
wa* not known o Judge Adam* or Sottel
tor Corker, though some charge tho) the
sheriff knew where he was hid and could
have arrested him hnd he so desired t!
Is also etoirged that Ihe bondsman ot
Pullen told the sheriff 10 bring Pullen Into
enurt oa he was then In the court house,
and In easy reach. The friend* of Sheriff
Hicks do not believe thl* and H I* prob
ably an ejuiggermmn. though many be
lieve the story when It Is told
FIFTEEN IMYS OF RACINO.
Entries for First Day of Atlanta
Jockey Flub Steel.
Atlanta, Oct tl—The Atlanta Jockey
Club will open a dfteen-day meet at tho
Piedmont park hilf-mll* track here u.
morrow. Home fast and w-tl known
horses will he entered and good *port t
promised Five even,* *re on the card for
each (Iny. W, F Union who ha* officiated
In St 1 .outs for several year# will act
as starter John Morrow of Canada Is
The entries for to-morrow are
First Race—Five and a half futlonga
/anone 113; Dutch r'omedlan. 11*. George
lasbar, 109, Queen of Beauty. 100. Nannie
J . 109. Zantie, 107; Two Annie*. 101. May
3. 104. Eleven Rlta. l‘M
Second Haro-Three-four,ha mile. Qua
ver. UA: Golden Rule 166. Ho—ili- 10'.;
3>orpula. 106. Annie Iviure-fa, UK. M tdnm
Gere). 166: Eleanor Howard. 101. i Llea.
104. lulla Rose, 1t
Third R*ce(—Five-eight ha mil* Boater.
|()9: Toad Ratney. 109: Maltese Gross. l'*>,
Mattie Bain. 162: H-nry' Hlsiar, 1 3
3eor)iii|e„e, I0J; Sw-ee, Drr-m 168, Mnyme
Smith. 99. Annie Coone*. Bede of Harr *•
burg. Center-field, 90,
Fourth Race—Oti* ml'e Monkwsyman.
117. Octe Brooks. BJ; Ahe Fursl. 80. Birdie
May. 107: Mike Haverly, 107. Llllton Reed.
Fifth Race—Beven-t Ighth* of a ml'* Jes
sie Jathoe. no. Little Reggie. 107. Sister
Alice. US: Grandma 11. 101, Ignis. 104, Vi
ola K . 104. Chub IP
ROWDY IkW AT HHKHTOM.
Tero Drunken Men Terrorise the Vil
lage fur a Whole Day.
Dublin. Ga.. Oet. -Th* pmp.c living
In thn village of Brewton. eight mile*
from Dublin, were In a sitate of terror
nearly ,h* whole of yesterday. Four
drunken men drove up and down the
streets, cursing, fhooling their plstok, and
otherwlao acting Udaterouely. The vlUage
marshal was unable to arrest h* men be
cause none of Ike villagers would a salat
It I, said that the marshal wa* recently
employed by the Brewton government Ite
rs use of the belief that hr could stop
the rowdylim for which tlrewton la occa
sionally noted. Two of the men killed a
negro at Brewton some month* since, and
were In turn badly wounded
On Saturday, as soon a* he sow that
his marshal could no, e4op the lawlggs
ness, Mayor telegraphed for Sheriff
E E. Hicks. Th* sheriff was out of the
city, hoxcvcr. asd th* m#, n.
therefore, kepi up Ihe rowd>tsm practi
cally all day Late yesterday afternoon
a warrant wa* sworn out for ,h men and
(hey will doubtless be arresKd room Al
Brewton were two very alck ladles, and
the shooting and wild yell* on tha streets
three on* of tbem lido convulsions.
1. UlOfm\ R T DID CSi R'T
i iii.m i.u
For Isis of Hope, Montgomery, Thunder
boll. Cattle Park and Wee, End
Dally except Sundays. Subject to change
ISLE of HOFB
■ i* ■ lor l of II Lv Isle of Hole
• 3b am from team j .uu an. for Boiton
730 am from Tenth tOO am for Tenth
•K am from Tenth 700 am for Tenth
0U am from Bolton 100 am for Tenth
10 Uam front Tenrh 10 00 am for Tenth
U ® n'n from Tenth 11 oo am for Holloa
I U pm from Boison II SO am for Tenth
I*o pm from Tenth Juu pm fur Tenth
190 pm from Tenth i4O pm for Holloa
19) pm from Tamil iuv pm for Tenth
(19 pm from Tenth pm fur Tenlh
99n pm from Tenth guo pm for Tenth
Tl 9 pm from Tenth ) 700 pm for Tenth
Igpm from Tenlh •00 pm for Tenth
9pm from TANARUS( mil d> pm for Tenth
10 10 pm from Tenth 10 00 pm for Tenth
ll 00 pm for Tenlh
I. -tty fur M l.i Monisromerv'
910 am from Tenih 715 om tor Tenth
2W pm from Tenth 116 pm for Tenth
890 pm from Tenth 800 pm_for Tenth
_ _ CATTLE PARK.
< *,.Park ii osila Park
9O am from Bolton j 7 uo am for Hot urn
I 30 am from Bolton j I 00 am for Bolton
100 pm from Holton 1 Ju pm for Holton
8 10 pm from Bolton j 8 on pm for Bolton
7 pm from Bolton f7DO pm for Bolton
800 pm from Bolton 1 4 80 pm for Bolton
IHL'h Pl.iU,uL l .
Car leaves Itolaon street June,tan 5:88
a m and evary thirty minulea thereafter
until It a> p. m.
Car leave* Thunderbolt at * 00 a. m. and
•very thirty minute* thereafter until
18:09 midnight, for Uotton esreet Junc
FREIGHT AND FAMFKL CAM.
This car carries trailer for passengers
on all trine and leaves west side of city
market for tele of Hope. Thunderbolt
and all Intermediate points s| 9 uo a. m
1 -on p m 560 n m
Leave* Isle of Hop# for Thunderbolt.
City Mark-4 and alt Intermediate points
at 600 a. m. IF® a. m . 2 to p r t.
mams end cab.
Oar loaves west side of city market for
West End I:® a. m. and avery minutes
thereafter during tbs day until 11:80 p m
Leaves West Fnd at 8 30 a. m. and ev.
ary ® mtnute* rheresfSer during the dtp
until 17 00 o'clock midnight,
H M LOFTON Get Mgr
. EAST INDIAN
Cara* Corao, laaloao sad Wsrts i
Spoedily and Without rata.
i FOB MU IT IU omiSStSTS
I WhoUtalt Driffiita,
Llppmao * Block, Bavanntb Oa <
Ifi.fiOO fra.^ S S^ v
Avkhlml #1 l*#rl \
/ Qufna \
1 Hlfhetf fefomm*ndfion for cure of Poornee I
V o Blood. Vomtch troubkh and (<fnni De //
Y Willy, lacrooftta fhe apptfife. fro(fhc' /
\ fbe aarvet sad buildv up rhe entire ayateni I
\ IV roe /
\ PARIS /
R. Fmiffra # Cos. yr
49Miln. \ %.
Fruit, Produce, Grain, Etc
333 May STREifr. Waal.
FINE FLORIDA ORANGES
FRUIT* AND VEGETABLES Of all
BEF-D RYE. SEED OATS .
HAT. GRAIN, FEED. FLOUR,
CHEESE. BEANS. Pea*. Rice Straw, etc.
W. 1). Hirakins & Cos.
Trains operated by 90th meridian titna-a
One hour slower than city time.
In effect Oct 1, iswi.
All trains “*
Lv. Havannah Dally Ar. Hav.imiall
3 15 umj S.tv innah | 1 00 ana
'■2o am' Wzycroe* ... iioiSam
* Id mi Jaeksonvtlle |l3 10 n'n
5 on pm and Florkln | 7 00 pm
I *> Htn| Savannah 1 45 am
"• 45 am CbarlaatoD |7 50 am
ind Baal < la pm
("lit, el I, ei ,ii port Tampu with Pats.
* r tint ‘ I •' dental sl imer* leaving
for Key West m.l Ila van,i Monday^
tl on p. m.
fall ut t • k.■! urn .* for further Infofw
J II POLHEMPB. T P A.,
WARD CLANK, city Ticket Agent,
D" S.tin Hotel Phone 73.
ll W WRBNN IC. nger Traffic Mans
itger. Savannah, Ga.
ff'-hedtilea Effective Pept. |0 1900.
Train* arrive at and d*i<art from
Central Station, Weet Broad, fork of
,h Meridian Time -One hour slower than
la*'- grmz '
• sam!Covln*ton. U:iledgevllle)W! odyta
|and all intermediate [>oinlaj
jAtigti ta Macon. Atlanta.l
•eeo. ' AI, "'"S. Montgomery. C*-|
• Utkim lumhus, Birmlngbum. Am N OOaza
|s f leua. Kufaula and Troy |
1 '*tpm| Dover Accommodei .ni rt natu
’- '*i|in| Guyton Dinner Train Tllaspm
•Irally (Except Sunday
HETWEI N SAVANNAH AND TTBEB.
7lh meridian or Htvannah elty time.
lori'tay on),, 7L a m Dally except
Monday 9go a m Dally 300 p m.
„ LEAVE tyreb
z,”'r U, :„ 0n “ ?14 • "> Ihtllr sxc^
Monday 10 36 a m. Dally 5.80 p. m.
< nnnectltMia mad- al terminal points
with nil train* Northaaai. Wat and
meaning cars on night trains between
ffavanntih ami Augusta. Me .on. Atlanta
r? r ‘ “> <*y train# between Ms
vannah. Macon and Atlanta
For complete Infttmiatlau. S'-vhedutaa.
ratea and -ontvctiant apply to
w O JIREWER, City Thket and
enger Agent. 107 Bull atreal.
7 c* IS
Double Daily Service
The ahort lino (o Norfolk. WaihlnitOß.
fhJf K' V-rk*
| No 44 NoV
Ar “s"S‘-a f > £ v 12 * •>" * Mp
a, bl’ . k 1, A * * wpw mm
Ar Rai.lch, 8 A. U fly 1| Upm II 10am
Ar Durham. hi a UK> 1 Mam t Upm
aI J.r."' r * bl l f i AI, Ry i ij..m I Upm
Ar lUchmiml. * A, U Ky k 14am *
Ar W ihln(ion FfOßi... h Omm I 90om
Ar Half tmor I' nna. 10 (Omm 11
Ar Ptitla<|a|phl6, Frnna... Hpm Imm
Ar Kaw York I'fima 3 ocipm; | li^at
; n„ *4 v W
f.v Savannah. H. A t. Ry 13 If.pm II (Item
Ar Portamoulh, B A I, Hyl 7 OOamj I Mpm
Miramar. laava Norfolk dally, aacapt
Sunday, for Malflmore, I‘hlldaJphla and
N#w York, and dally for Waatilngton.
The abort llna to Monlautnary. MoMla
and Na Orieana, leaving Savannah at
7:14 a. m . arriving at Montgomery 7:4*
p. m.. at which point closa connection la
mada with lha L AN K K.. arriving
at Mobile 306 a. ra. and Naw Orleaaa
7.t0 a. m
Tha abort Una to Fernand Ina, Jacksoa
villa. Tampa and othar Florida polnla.
No 17 rwnr
Lv Savanna h. S. A X. Hyl t 00am| t 07pm
Ar Farnandlna, H A I. Kyj 9 34am t Ittm
Ar Jarkaonvilla, H.A LHy| loam, 7 topm
Ar Tampa. H A L Ity .. | 6 tupm 6 tOam
Magnlflctna Pullman buffet aleeplng car
aervtre to Wavhtngton, lialttmore, f’blla
dalphta and Naw York; alao to Jackaoo
vtlla and Tampa.
Dining car* from Savannah to Hamlot,
and Richmond to New York.
NufT'i parlor cara Savannah to Mont*
For Additional Information apply to
Tick** office, null and liryan atraeta.
SEINES, GILL NETS,
Assortment of Hooka.
113 Broughton St., West.
' Tablets. 4
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nuwwM r*l ■
J Wj3T f tha Hffi'ikf 1 fcln lr*44**or*. ■
JW Promote the Appetite J
U hhd Put Flesh on Thin I
L p ~p ,e
Mf *** fco Nap** MS a* %fDH M 9 *• pgO' ■
*,.• •* * r ** A p®g M9il aU 4rffi#a<a R
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