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The at rather.
The indication* for Heorglu to-day are
tor generally fair weather, wtih light to
fresh northeasterly wind* ami for East
ern FlorWta. partly cioudy weather, with
frevh northeweterly wlntl*.
Some of the Republican |tap-r* *r*
•■pointing wth pride" to the fart that th"
govarrmeni money 1* row coming in
faster than evwr before Btrt they regie t
to Male that It I* also go.ng out the same
Son*- oppoeltloti ha* sprung up to the
candidacy of tiov. Tarner of I lino 1 r
vrated State* senator, because h< ila
poker. Why. that t* about the rttat qutl
lflcatlon for Washington df* that haa ever
been alleged lit hi* behalf.
It Is ta-lmaled In lejndon that by the
time the South Afrlron btielr.ee* ha* been
wound up It will he found that It coat
1:0.00* to conquer rach Ro-r. Anti the
Briuati laapayer* may be expected to ask
themaelvee: "Wat M worth the .-oat?"
thf of Kwi'ifky continue
to cry -lrud." Nut <>elr b-edT* • r '‘ *'' l
ting sack into ebetr oM federal K>b •
quirk.y • <k**y ran. If 'hey had Rood
gro.it:->* for thetr chargee. there l rra
•w to think they would tight. That they
have given up the Idea of a contral lor
th* tartraariMp and or* *r*kin the
fertera, feeing trough la pretty K oort - Vl "
dene* that they know they were beaten
IB th* eta-:lon bevor< hope
The eapioMoo acd fire in the T-trrant
hulldtm: 11 K*w York, eonatltwte.l one of
il># grwtfW difaiMfru <M recent year*.
MtTwrhri-ii tt li doubtful If the re
•fonalblltty for th* catastrophe will ever
te flx*d The fire inure aat • blocked
In hie Invaatigatlon because tie chief
.re ,d***l The him K>ritle* ran*
not prove their suspicion* that h crime
was committed T.iey have ldemined
only where the fire Mirtrd, ami hive no
hop* Of more evidence.
A Paris dispatch nay* toot the pinna of
that French field aim which an American
army officer l* alleged to have secured
la probably the *mr- gun of wh.ch me
secret sis revealed In the famous Drey
fus c*s- That belli*; true, the cable >ay*
that Prunes la now no longer making a
sorrel of the fun, hut ie permuting .t
so he inspected by foreign officers both
in Porta and In China, wnere It Is iwinK
employed In field operations
The color quwwfon la coneidentbly agi
tating |he New York Htale Federation of
Womens Clubs, now in session at Al
bany. A necro woman of the nam* of
Jeffrey, a deN-gate from Rochester, has
demand**! all the rtirhts of the floor for
herself and her race, and insists that she
will stand by her demand Mrs. William
Tod Heknuth. the president of the con
vention. had persistently refused to rec
ount** the color'd sister, but the colored
sister deckned to rest In obscurity. Home
Of the white delegate* have taken Up !h
black woman’s cause, and th-re promises
to be a lively fight. The outcome, how
ever, wtr. probably be that the negro will
be excluded. Northern women* like
Nortbatn men. are never fond of negroes
unless they are some hundreds **i Bides
!g\OB \M 1 OH UII %T f
In on t rv* Maori Tel
graph . I'Ufiniitiit that thr South ar? Ir
fl pt ud* ntly la thr next frr*;dvntial < -
t!‘.>n aml hold hff UJ fln;iorl vofra for
iha purpeno* of m;ik nr au>>h term* i~
would be for h*r lnt**r*#tj- the NVw Y :k
t*un. cpeaklnf of Mr l<r>-an
t'luluuhtrdly h** Qi> m nr i r**l ■ ontin’c 1
COfUTOI bffß In* ••**'*. and
compleu podt.ral ***rvi!.ti In hr rtut* -
of thr o. i r ihjtifi < v*nf* i** r v He
fOild bamk w; h i • . > | n
tiwlr RO’I-I up f* i.f M-t. ivmo •
l*o rty, whatever might 1 it* policy ds
Iradt rrhip A orii: i?i* : t- ,f ** <*••*-
\. f* Hr* .in -• • • ’ * • 1 *
evmpaigr.n*' M 't* i♦ 1 ' * }*ini** th<*r
i | .
Uir It- I- tor®l vdi*** vk-ii ' i'T hr*
mlkht far 1 1. or b.iv* un.-ihl and
Ti t i uht♦*!:>. a humUhtfinff
|n>>3tif>n t.. wh h tu r** * • *tt- fr..ud popb
).„• rht had *■*-, th* r**proM h on
th* m~ i ■ * I>r v ; MI*W trot t hart* WOMI t
)h r.• r lit* - .’ mi tit .-'-Hi*?! w"l h
w and l - r' :m any f !:• - 11
kr. w th gn-.it VMjorlty of th- r*H* >•
• f the rtotiihrrn twt**• wrr*' dt**rmlri-l
t k* **p polttt* aliy w ild In lo
tf * North. *••• if th* > r* rnatr.* I Mid
irat* from th* Vwitui’., *nd t.at th**
troo*;* r iho Northern r*r i llation of him
,nd ula T*a-trine* the* surer w* h*i of
Hout h m auppori.
It i #*vt.Jent from th* foregoing. *nd
from other th*ni#t relwiv* to the* South
yi rf! 1 n haw* app* arrd i* **n. in H<n
that that •fr~a n<*t tn*
.111.#* <m m th*‘ South, or. ur.drMani!ng
it purpooely mlaaiat*i ' There m nothing
funner from tha truth than that tJ j '
Eolith Is noi Id because he deyires to lx - .
(olHlrally. In opposition to th*‘ North. Bh**
1 itollti aJlv *u,lil Iwmi'* of the evil
with w rs)f*h eh** woukl b* ftt; del If th'
Hapubllran party ahotM g**t th** uprv r
hand n muni<l>al. .our.ty and af
fair e That party in tho Hmithern atat
i*. rooipeed airnoat wnolly of n#*gro**> t *
great majority f whom are *o ignorant
Hint they ught not to have the right to
\fi.. Whu negro rui* moan a the Sun
.it* find out bv readlmr the hlatory of
- arprf-ugi*m in the BiuMb.
The Republican airt> la to blame for
the Hourth lelng olld poMtleally If it
had not put ihe ballot nto the land* of
t r*e i.egro l>efore he wap ready for It. t’.e
South, doubt lee-, would now tie dlvl led
potlUrally Hit the R*-publtran par*y.
anxtoue for power an I Indifferent to the
! miarvaiß of the Hk*ulh. xeright to hold tho
I South by making the n*-#fro .*
|x' heme did not eurre*ti. and now t.w?
i . hlef oriran ot that party <ofn;*ialna that
i tho Houih ia oolidly I>en>ot'ratio.
iof romp a rung It ought to expreee n gret
| tnat it* parts purpea* ly ‘ltd the flk>uth a
I great wrong It ertainiy >ught not to
,i tack th* .South for trying to protect
hareelf egalnit evtla for which it party
; m re*>|K)n*bie
T!te Sun >e,-m U> think II I* all rlrht
for thf negro*'* to Im* solidly Rtpubllran
Why dex* It tu nk it right f r the negro* a
to !- politbaliy sulii an! wrong for th?
Veldt*-** tu br w>?
The Sun t*ay* th.it Mr Bryan did not
\ udl the South durtti*' the empalgn bn
'•an*** he “rouhl a- uni** * *tiiplut** j>o IM
j cal u*rvlllty in the ►tat*-* of th<* old *ec -
, >iun ConftHlfra* y." With Juet no good
I rmson It might lx* *k*d why Gov. Iloo*-?-
lv**lt <nl not vblt the N* W Knglar.d atat*
> duritig th** campaign
v ii* erta n that overy one of th* m wmil.l j
give th*' llepubli* an th ket •• majority? If
he had felt that any one of them was in
doubt th<* probability la that he would
have vtailed It.
The It* i* jhii-an * mj*i*fn commute*
paid no more attention to the New ling*
land etatee than the Democratic . mnuangri*
commutes paid to the elate* of tho old
Confederacy, and the r a*on In rach <*ae*- 1
was the ini me. The Sun would have it ap
pear tnat the dough voted *olidly for M.
ir>ftn wimpy because *ne w.nt**l to b*
.-olUlly in op|M*ition to the North If th**
Sun really thlike th.it It In Ignorant >f
itm actual situation. nn*l if it do*-* not
think that, it unworthy of reaped.
An a matter * f fact t;r* -a pretty
big vote i*w*t for Mr M* Klnley in each
of the fiouthc*rn atatee, ami among the
McKinley voter* were many who .ir*
prominent in their redact Ive communi
ties. That fact alone la sufficient t< prove
that the Sun'* that the South
l politically old elmply be auee of a
desire to I** in opposition to the North,
i* not true.
Mil. i HOKI.IK** OBPARTTftK.
The <l* pariure f Mr Crokcr of New
York for Kurop* by an ex
trarntdmat\ * one He called the leaders
of Tammany around him and told them
that he had been Informed that there was
o much vice In New York that the de
rent portion of the population was cn*n- j
plaining of It Therefore he wanted It 1
Understood that Tammany would do all
tt could to remove the evils of which
there was complaint He did more than
th** Mle practically n.v ord# rs to
Tammany official* to put a check on vk*
wherever it was found
1 1 was very of Mr Crocker to rive
enters of that k nd. but those cttlgens of
New York who have pride in their city
must feel humllbiud that n man who Is
no! In any way . oiwiected officially with
the mun c.pal government rive* or lers re
(•ltei'i nf the city’s affair* Just as If he
w* r* in supreme onrrtrol of It.
And as a tn.it er of fa* t he is in control
|of it He g lves the orders the Mayor
! enirht to give The Mayor, however. Is
)no more than h * ch’.cf clerk If hr were
j the sort of a man he ought to be he
i would resent any such spireh ns Mr.
j broker delivered Th* s|ms*c!i was of
S course tslrfraphnl lo and when
I he arrives m that ci y he will l** looked
i upon tk* the r a! ruler of th*' sc oral great*
•~t city In the world. In fact, no chief
magistrate of .any other city ha* any such
. power a* Mr. Croker exercises )|e ran*
; not |v< pot out of office. !>e.-*u*e he holds
none ll*’ is a sort of permanent ruler
livery department look*- up to him and
obeys b * order*. Th chief of police and
ih** chief of the nr** deportment do not
look to the Mayor for order* They Link
to Mr Croker.
And it *eem> to be beyond *he power
of the people of New York to deftosr Mr.
OrtkfT. He is ther master. He his
grown rich looking after their affnlrs
without a salary.
An auto c itafalq ie caused a stamped*
in a Now Jersey church the other day.
When ft* assembled mourners saw th**
thing moving up the atl* wlthoitt vis
be means of motive |-w**r. bearing the
coffin, they thought Old Nick was In it.
nd run germing it* front the lw Me c.
The undertaker had failed to notify the
people that the catafU<4uu aos moved by
on eteotric motor.
the MORNING NEWS: SATE It DAY.’ NOVEMBER 17. 190 ft
mi: >l \\ IIHITIPH IAM>
It * rna lit lereruielitig that the Brlfix i
tvernmeilt wtl. ek for another
.<.411. ilif war lu Afrba ha* 1 been
i very >t>vi one It i r’tlgwttd •
net will be fully f*otßi.tn•*. and jt
may t*e ‘•on.tiderabiy more if the Boer*
are ** * tu >oal out for two vr thr <*
In the meantime the Prltleh government
muM havi money. It wmb at thfx re*
about tlvK*Art(W I/>iMk>n ftnanciere and
il • iliate ar** IhMMUig tnat no prt ..f
il anal. <** ofTereti in the l usted t+’m tex
They pre , .#'iil to he tsbie to fake tv
w hole of It.
Hut * v nii * r-.r offer o goet term
mi in * i n*-l in t?i• • Htate*
If a batter offer m male for It In thl*
iiiiiiry • i.au in Lax.iot* t alii i
tO • I • i
tola cmintry at a very low raie of in
tereor Indeed, t er i* rm>re money in
thi than in ary other country n the
world. The r* a— m is plain. Our eapor. •>
are row e\ <#ri:i)s' our inp>rfs abour I****’
.• air . A chat r*• w will n<>'
t.ike vf r > on.- to a ufe * money at ring
ency in Europe.
It I* not *, *■r* **r #ily known vet. though
the fa t has been published many times,
thjf the .xporta of Amer:-an manuf.% - I
lured good* are ir.< r*aMrg w*th nmualn*
raptdtty. It 1" admitted by EXiropeon ex -
f*rt thnt our m nhtiury of pretty rear
lv tl kinds It aruperior to th t of L*urop**
In*|e,.i w are rapidly nurpassing alt other
i atiem in our man uft cum * Tha' be
.r.g the .w*e. it is only a question of a i
very few years when the greater part of
U • wvi.h of the world will be 111 th
nun try. Assuming thnt this view la a
orre t one a British loan would not ie
-uch a denlrahit! Inveatmett*. A? this very
time tn* credit of tne l mtei s? it*s is ,
letter than that of Great Britain. The
r-ason of this Is ih.it the *ecurl*y 1
The English >k not of eo’irae like the
'.l*a tnat our manufa 11*red pro.iucta are
h. :og -old In fhtHr markets m eomperfon
with the output of ‘heir fl'iorlss. And
thev l* c't ilk* ro ha\#‘ 4 known that the>
are borrowers from us. Buc.h knowieilg.
ter da to lr.iw trade from them aid to
reate the Imprewelou t NVw York and
n.t lawulon is the r**s. money center >f
' the nommercial world New York max
not be the money ‘-enter now. hut It is fast
rwr not Tir* im*na:ev>:\t%tso"i.
Then' 1* r.o pro iblllty tha* th* repre
situation of Ifje South In Onngrr*" w l 1
be reduced on account of tho light vote
ehe ng in th* preeld*ntlal eto*tl*)n.
Some of the ilghtWYighf h*oer of tHe
Kepubitren party *ugge*te<| thit the h;i<ta
of reproeent.itlon ought to h - the xot *
ca*t at the pro-*iilenttal elect:on. Their
purpo*.. of copirse. wm to "trike a how
at the South. There wan ■ very light \ot
< ml In th* South for reaon* which a o
well understood, and If the projoe l r J r x
Nhould be Ailip**'<l. .sh* w<>u.l lo?e a ni m
her of **ongren*nien.
It eerme. however, that the plan of the
light weight* doe** not meet with favor
frtrni the men who really control the He
puUli* an party. It la mil.l that i e lT*-*-
idont and hie Immediate adyta** re nte
against *n y Mich plan. Jle d. o* not *■*■*
t|.t the ItetMibilcan party would derive
tiny benefit from It and. brelde*. h*> due*
not thiitk the plan wt>u.<) bo Juwt to *h •
South—at leant, that 1* what the Wash
ington llf>ptttch'> wry. N*u doubt t e
t-nj.ill fmlttirlann of the Re;>t)blican pa t y
hoped to make themielve* coftaplctloue by
advocating the idan. Wh* n they cant o*
get notlc*d In ny other way they at -
tack the South. Thev hop o get ,- 1 t
tie cheap notoriety in that way.
A* i metier of fact, the real Dad r<
of the Republican party *lo not wan to
make th* ra e igeu** any more p *m n nt
th.*n it In. They are hegb iung t> un
derstood that there la Ju*l a much r.c:
prejudice la the North a th r,- I.** in tue
South, and that attack' on th* sou h
only a**rve to make thia far mor* cle.r
ly under.nt.>o*l. Kven now b;a k ni n a u
not api>olnte*l to offlv** of tnu>o<
the North. The reanon it iha’ the North
ern people would not aubml to -u h a,--
polntnw nla. And xet the blacks have .
very good • la Im to offl** s In tne N* rt
i under liepubiican admlnUtration*' Trey
caot many thousands of vot*a In Ohio,
NVw York an 1 *otne of the other North-
I ern ►tales. But. a Mr. B.yan p Int h!
out lurlng the campaign, th** only cf
flcea they g* t ar* Janitorshipr .
No the South’e representation In Ton*
grew* will not be cut down. It Is r;0 bual
neee of the Republican party wteth r she
i ca t h**r full vote in the pre.ld* ntl it lec
! tlon or not Her p*opV have a ilxh: to
refrain from voting If they want to.
The recent cable report that two
snake* hd been found in Ireland has
aroused tin* wrath of Irishmen in Chica
go. They declare that no snake could
possibly exist in Ireland, and that If two
were found ther. they were carried there
by Englishmen for the purpose of cad ng
rrprou h upon the country. It is pro
ifos-d th.ii a monster mas* meeting shall
U held n Chicago for th purpoa* of de
nouncing tlw nak story Hid the lin*
giishnicn who. >f n must have
originated It On* thing that ie lacking
.n the report, by th* way. is a statement
of h* rendition of th* person* who found
th* illeged anakes. Even In Ireland it Is
tangible to "see snakes" sometime*,
whether any or* actually pre*-nt or not
It would be interesting to know whether
It was high or low tide in the Jug when
the rep’ lea were dl* *overed.
It is extremely difficult to goes* S*hit
i |>*-tlt Jury win W> in a a-* of termin ii
damage*. In n re nt inst.m* * i New
York Jury awarded liimivr* of six rants
in n a** where the pla.nCfT nad had both
I legs cut off by a c.r in another • *
i tuv or two later In th* *amo city,
where th* plaint iff hod 10-t on* leg by
•i car. th* verdict n h |l;v<w <>n t/ie
*ame day a Penney l% an , i Jury gave i
romp alfiant s3*s£4l damages i>et\fg# he
nad been pushed off u * ir nd *uataln* l
iin Inara It Is only about a year old.
The other day It w* shown a picture of
; a bulking ami a black amt-tan. Placing
its finger on th* bull the child *nt>!
•’bow-wow" In th* deepest guitural tone.*
tha* It cmshl command. and then tr ins*
| ferring the finger to the other Jog w re
located the ••bow wow” in an Infantile
tenor Bti'h discrimination of character*-
tics at so tender an ng> marks the child
l to hr a great pckikuui in the years of
| sts maturity.
Anew dis .p.r ot com* 1 living has ans-
Ao n New York She is . Mrs Ftied
; <1 r, who fwis redis-e*! her figure from
:: ul*ncy to more aesthetic proportion*
! a* ng only hay and out*, of sagpethlng
.** l: )m h**r theory that meats
.*.l be hewed a. i only raw fuoda
*m< ( > king, she *a►, takes the lift*
out of f“*| mvkJ makes it inrtt for human
mMttnpti n Any food that Is repugnant
.1. 1 tafural state 1- polsaiioua and
mu id lot la* partaken • Hhe points to
■ e h, i:h a l at rang t n .f horses, whb’h
cst i.iy uncooked fc*<sl *- **n t.lust ration
ot m* correctness of her theory Furtner
m<r* * • •b' ItttES, tha matter <•( economy
.* 4 | re* C'Rtmend the u.** >f un> >oked
1* si* ha- h rself liv 1 and proape rad
ujen food costing only f* 4 pe*r
vr* ♦k. The adoption fun ooked food sh“
, (niu-H would prove th*- • dit ton c*f the
servant problem. Without no king, there
w i.d of course t* no need for
4fd ir*iig‘-' on wou.d fly away a- a sum
mer *loud 1 'for** the .-un Asa logical
M<iuel to her theory, Mr- Frlrdland* r
w i probably prc.--ntly t* advocating
rdurn to bare f**et ai.d fig I* ave>.
A bticop' eons’ab'-e in a Pennsylvania
town th* t ier -lay rapture*! practically
!cd*h ind* and a smart ro :s r from ois- of
IN- big dtps. The felb*w. It is behaved
,and l*eld up r.o less than four victims In
i, night. When tb >n-able nabbed
liim. however, he began quoting law-; and
in Jive minutes he had not only convince i
Ihe minion of the law • iat the arrest w*
i lefral and outrage *us bu* had secure.!
an apology for the temporary detention
A rheatnral manager Is to have
offered Mr. Brjah • r *> h. year 10 act
•* the adv .ui e agent of certain attract
Dons which he prosw**4 to put upon the
road. A lot of fly-up-the-ereek enter
prto-r max be axpadted to gam ephemeral
notoriety by offering Mr Bryan employ
ment a? b.sr salaries. Meanwhile the gen
tleman will continue ou tho even and dig
tufted tenor of his way.
—The Gram) Duke of Hesse is an artist
nd hk art Is rather peculiar one for
<t nvr. He does the m<4* 1 beautiful ent*
-rol lery and Is moe’ skillful In his tr
rangenieni of colors. ll*- i* so very
fond of music, dancing and acting, an 1
though he both bunts and shoots he cures
fr lee?* for active oua*k*oc pursuits than
those which -ire more or kr** artistic.
—King Alfonso tan no longer be colled
the “*Ktle King, ae he has grown very
much of late ami has become robus: and
;ab for his age. He hi* lo*t his former
deil o** appeorwnce and is no longer .1
timid child He U fuli of fun und life
•nd lias developed a very sarong will of
nia own During tho weeks he spend*
wKh hw mother on*l sisters at fit Sebas
tian he has a course of sc.* iwiths. whirl*
ire aiivßy* of great benefit t* him He
j. 4 * good swimmer and his healthy
tlte t.i hlgn spirits show how entirely
he has got over tne weaktu ss ot his In
fancy. Th* King le.els a very regular
ilf* He ris*H at 7.15 and Rake* exactly
one hour ttnl .* parter to dress ami have
; his breakfast A: R M lessons lieg.n. which
last until Ift, when there 1* a pause.
From 11 o’clock until 12 lessons are con
tlnued when HW* Majesty has m slight
iuneneon anl relax at lot* until the midday
meal. From 2 to 4 o', lock Is devoted to
military dn.l and lyronsMlcs, nd from
l to *> tixv King studies, T* to 7 state husl
*.*•"** is Iniisi. rei with the Queen Itenem
nd the minlsterti. at 7 o'clock he has
dinner and at 9 the King goes 10 bed
During the holidays there ar** still a f w
|. *w*ts <lrrie, hut the greater part of tne
time is rt>ent In the open o’.r.
Illlts. Il l BITS.
—Natural rous***pence Is my dinner
never coming?** roared me K.r.gof Mbpw
■ij "Your pulaean: ilghnenn will remem
ber, " murmured the ..av* with hltt face
In the du>t, ht you ordered one of
ih>w merperger boys Inll.inai>oli*
Mr". rannaford~"Yee, it Is a rctilly
hix.M •'•* school Thirty |e learning Lum
and <*r****k. Babylonian art. an.l prs'hla
tori** gr i l sunis Mre. Ph k—"But do
u think they wdl oe us* fui,’’ ’T’#s*ful*
Think h*v**n. we hnvun’t come down ro
—And Do It Flrlt. —Askit—“What is your
underetand.ng of the Golden Rule? Does
It mean. ‘Do unto other* ns you would
like’ to be done by?’ ” Itlxness- **No; my
Interpreffntlon Is: “Do unto others as you
w**nld be likely’ to toe ion* by. Phi.-
—UaI Scores.—“ That Mies Oldham np*
pears :o live completely in the past, fiu -h
* quaint body! lb ally she seems to hove
b***sti out of the eighteenth <**i*
tury and et Into this on** wfthoiM
•XHisent Ye*. I noticed It th* other
lax dhe tij-ked m* If I though T.*
Man Witu tu** Hoe* would last a.-* a perm
n*-nt a*l*l.tf'n to our Uterature.“—Chi ago
i I HHKM i OH MI.NT.
The Nw Ytwk Evcninf find )
sava: “Our Washington
m.ikrp th* pofltlVA statement. u|on au
thority which Justifies a confident pis-l c
tkn. that the Itepobiicar s t|] n t c ry
out the much-mooted ehma of cut'in;
down Southern repicremation In Con
gi e j?t, atil by con a* queue* in h* ec
toral cobt-ge also, when th apo tlon
ntent of ha el upon tin*
new oen>us alia.l l*e made This t* go*l
m w There never m* any reason t<
believe t!m' a k.islbic and J a? met and
of reducing representation cou.d h d* -
vised and executed. To refuse Sm!th
em state it* full numter of cor.gr Mm n
• imply because c* mpar.itlvslv ( w v t*
am* a i for them would never <lo, while
it would lmpooib ' 1 to .its a or how
many io not vote beet us • they
arc not allowed lo do so. and how mtnv
h jusv they do not care to take any
trouble In th* nutter.’*
Ldsruseing the value of cotton :-eed. tha
\>s York C mmercial says: M A comb ai
thing connect** I with the find 1 the fa t
that our cotton oil finds Its way *o om*
imrtu of I!uio|k* aiel. in the coutsc f
tlm* neai a- ra hack again and ful* l is
a tir*t-r.*t*- irticle of o'lve oI \\ • .io
iKii know that the South and sire* to he
unite "O m m \* to monop‘lire ii ?h*
good things within Its reach, bu 1* te-mi
to us that there Is something out .f Jo nt
pom< w here in there not being a lively
olive oil Industry in the South.'*
The Bprinsfl*|d (Mass.) Re* u d’Can
fin.l i say- * Mark Twain lias com *l* k
from several \ear* of Ilf** in K r a i
capitals a“ much of a born Demo rn ,o
*ver With what Mating contempt Id
h**. in his Lotos Club speech refer ’•>
tor daughters of the Koy • Crown
•There's a specialised kind*of Insanity for
you,* he exclaimed. Ills Ingrained Miftsl
siPll river flat boat scorn of aristocracy i*
one of the things about our gre*'e*t hum
orist thot makes us love him "
The Uoutsvtlle Courier-Jour na (De*n.)
a.iys: “Now. if Rough R der Teddv w I
cow-punch the bovine t’nlted Mate* s< m.
ate a gieai many people who hove I een
saving campaign things bun inag
im. k them ail back." #
Opportunity had been In hiding at the
outskirts f the town for many days,
•ays the Philadelphia Inquirer.
”1 mum enema*- rr<at can* in pawing
ihit the towr; *akl b. “for every ae
“ ••mi i>owr* asd of a desire to capture
There cjutv' it last, a dark, gloomy
“This is my han<*e.“ said Opportunity,
“for few p.*opUf will be abr‘Md thw day.**
o. with tremUir.g cautious footsteps he
started along tlx*- path which Fate hsl
and < -reed he must travel.
Ere long h*- spied the coming
towarl him. His head w *s bowed ami he
was mutt*Ti;R to himself
“Such went her! The pleasant days
haxe ft. and axd the * tormy season ts upon
us and now I shnll n**ver find Opportunity
for whom I have so long bean seeking
He will rurelv n*vqr xnnture out in this
lieaatly weather. Woe is m**’ Woe Is me!"
And while Is- w* thus encaged in be
moaning affairs Opportunity slipped by
A little farther doom the street Oppor
tunity discovered the optimist also com-
Uif to mct him. The Optinust’s head was
i>ot bowed ‘*n the centrary. he was gaa
.ng t h*- heavens 1 exultantly ex
■ lalmi ng
"Ah. behind yon iark clouds the sun Is
still shining S an*, non 1* will dry m sts
•nd pen*”!:i*r* voinkr dark veil, and then
—ah then opfurtunltx will c*>me out In
to th* welcome sunlight ond I will find
him " While he wus thus communing
Opportunity rhi**d ] •**' unobserved and
went on !*is way rejoj' lug.
“Ah ha.** he laughed. "I am saved I
did not much fear the per* mist, hut I
*r e exported to g* * by the Optimist
so easily Now I an br*athe freely
agwin," and m> *• y*ng he turned n corner
and r*n plumb Into rh*- arm- of the Alert
man who had pbd him of ir off and w.i>
laying for h m
Tlie wulinltern anil the |,etler.
f*ne day the subaltern received an 111
sjteHed and dirty-thumbed * mmun.rn
tlon warning him tha* a burglary was to
be attempted on hi* Inamorata's house
says London M A l’ Tne writer went |
on to state that Ip* attemp’ would !**• j
made on such and such a right, and that ,
the marauders would cr*>* In a boat from
the oppnepe shore Finally, the writer ex -
plain*d this action on the ground that he
wished f* r revet:ge on lil l4 faithless "|wls
and that he fane e l Mr was ' sweet
on Mbs “ Th* aubaliarvi swallowed
the l alt. and with a mind inflamed with
vision** of beauty In Itstresa and prodig
ious feats of Strength, raaolved to tel.
no on*-, hut to a t on his ow n Initiative.
The fateful night arrived—wet nd
gloomy n*i the subaltern lay cold and
shivering In the bushaa by the bank At
lant a light fltekere I from the opDoaltn
Side Prevent!Y the muffled b*at of omrn
was heard and a boat shot out of the
gloom and ran on shorw Two dark tlgur*s
leaped out and with a ytll the subaltern
closed with them A desperate atruirgl*
ensued. l>* the younger an.l more active
of the rotda*rs leak him h blow on the
head, and th* subaHem knew no more
• 111 he *.ime to his ser:se* In the mag
rate's dining room and found the father
m-Uw >f Ills dreams regard’ng him with
marked disfavor and a Mack eye Alas’
the r<4 b* rs r-xlsted only In the fertile
brain of a practical Joker of the mesa,
w'ho was aware that the great man was
dmmg with some friends semap the water
and would he rowed back by his coach
man On. e (gain the course of true love
• .‘id not run smooth, and the subaltern
was forever forbl Men the magnate's
From the law Angeles Herald.
leep In a dreamy, ancient wood
Where once a mighty temple stood
In grandeur mid the fertile lands.
A ruin centurte** okl now stands.
It** crumbled walls neath mosses green
S> thickly burletJ scarce ’tie se'n.
It* column* fallen to decay;
Its grandeur long since |xwwd away.
Amid this wreck, triumphant still
OVr Time, which thus hath worked Its
I’por liTs temple, carved Hi stone.
An ancient l*lil stands alone;
Sits pensive on Its granite throne.
With lichen* thickly overgrown.
On either side *hc forest dank.
W th tangled brake afid creepers rink
H.ir* tiny seeking t‘> Intrude
I pon the idol's solitude
Above twines many l* ify limb
To form cover.ng for him
Below C*cn at 11 1 grufUfc base.
A p*v! fling** bjl-'k the Idol s fa*e.
And from nr**en pads uikui it spread
The stately lotus rears its head.
There. In Its dreamy solitude.
\ thousand years the g*sl hath stood
A thousand years, each Summer through.
The lotus' heart hath proven true;
Hath hre thed the fragrance of Its love
To please that stony face above.
While **an is that Im u* In the grove
That loyal flow* r wdl i*rove its love.
Though va’n Its ffnr to >egulle.
It aye w II strive t* win the >mtle,
A fate true love hah often known—
To weske Its sweegliejM on a s'one.
—Arthur J Burdick.
% Swarm of lllaek Eyes.
Mr Carter. the American
itrttfM. Is a very observant w nwn, says
th HitUrt. [.hli FV)t One <lv during
her went Umien engiuienwnt, tn rim: -
tits* with fame actor* and
actr**#er. .he ,-a.d.
Your | (mi it ie-oile In Tndon mint be
ver> nu.iTeliu me. t>nrih men and women
of them seem to ilo a (treat ileal of fight
ing among themael* •-* "
■ Oh. I ilon't know , replia-l the I nelleh
n.on. Whwt m.kr— vou think *o?"
"Well, In my ahurt w-.i k from the
Htran I to t'hor t| Crone roa<t thla morn
ing 1 met more ie "plb— l*->or p-opla from
their drw**—wi h Mack eye* and eyoa
hound til' than l *hould **-.■ In a month In
N. w York
The ivmioov mlled. and ene broke the
new* gently to Mr* < arter that, with the
t.ondon poor. the orhthalmle depannnnt
rt the Charing IT * l|.u*ittal. which
,t .n.< be ween >h* fi rttnl at*. Charing
fro* roal. I* very popular, ar.d that iv>r
l* opie come there to *et free attention.
Thar egplolned the n"mler of black eye*
he had *en
. .. I-.-.. ' .ii
They Piled If (>n.
“Th v do things t heir own way up In
N v Krgoi.l." said the tramp on th i
p.irk bench, as he gazed at a big toe
jw*. ping through his s4i •*. a<*cf>r llig to the
Washington Post * For Instance, up In
New Ham| shire 1 w.s crossing a field
wr.cn * l#u 1 took after m- As he was
about to pick me up on his horns I d-Mg
• I and h** went full lUt nst tree
and broke his neck
Well, what was donsT* was ask***).
“Why, they arrested m* for trespass.
On top of that thc> srg* and me with In
citing n bull to m.**- rttef Then I was
h id for the sror'h of ihc bull, and b**fore
they got through with tn* I was In Jail
for eleven months Id have got another
month if there hadn’t been illp When
th lull broke his n- k the farmer's wlf*
fainted away, anl they m**ant to tack on
thirty days more t.- pay th** f.iuntr for
her lest time-while unconscious.**
If You arc Tired
Hereford s Acid Phosphate
It affords immediate relief In mental
and pbyaital cxbau.ujn and insomnia.
(icsuiM bean uw llunnn'i oa wrapper.
Praised by a
From Ih* Kro ltfadltffM. Grand
No hixher pral can t given Pr.
William' Pink Pill" foi Pale Peo
ple than ikv many xuiuntarv tes
timonials from ministers of the
gOs riel which have from all
pert a of the country and which
have more than supported all Uie
rial ms mad* for tula vxcedeut
The uioat recent lndoren*ent 1
that coming from Rfv* Enoch
lllli. |*e*ior of the M. E Church of
Uraud June tlon, lowa, who say :
•• lam u firm iwllevsr In the fr
cacy f Ir. Williams' Pink rills
for Pale People, th" remedy hav
ing been u***‘*f In my family with
highly xratif mg resulu. For
thr*e or lour y • **r* I was a sufferer
from general a- bllltv I seemed in
be lacking In ' ttallty. was tired
out most of the time and sleep
gtix'e me no r -*t or refreshment. I
was troubled w ith headaohe much
of the time and although I wet* not
confined to mv l*ed. my Illness ln
t apncHated me lor energetic work
in my pastorate.
*• A slster-Iu law living In Ne
braska, who had suffered very
much and who has used I>r. Wil
liams* Pink Pills with good re
sults, recommended them to ins
and I lecldeti to try them. 1 bad
tak* n but two or three doses of
the pills when 2 found that thev
were helping me and further u*eof
the remedy brought such relief
♦ hat I am glad to offer this publio
recommendation of I*r Williams’
rink Pills for Pale People In the
Interest of sufferlnr humanity.
Hrv. Knock lln.u
At all druggists .r direct from
T>-. Williams Medicine 1 ontpany,
H* S. Y., bOc. j>er box;
si ♦>oxes 9Z.70.
1151 Of HOPf RK HID C. 5 l R’f
the rate atabun KaaM raf raf raf.’aa
Fur Ile of Hope, Montgomery Thunder
bolt. Cattle Park and W*?t End.
Lully except Huruia> Subject to cnahrfe
ISLE OF HOPE
Lv. City for I. of H L\ lilr of Hope
6 am from T nth ti 00. am for Bolton
730 urn from Tenth ©<a am for T- nth
# 3* am from Tenth 7 0U am for Tenth
91 um from Bolton *On ,mf or Tenth
10 30 um from Tenth 10 in ant for Tenth
12 •> n’n from T* nth 11 i.m for BoP on
1 15 pm from B* 1 on 11 3> am for Tenth
2 3o i*n from T*neh 2 Oh pm for Tenth
1 30 pm from Tenih 3 k> pm for l.* l on
4 3d pm from Tenth t h) . m for Tenth
5 JO pm from Tenth 4 i>o pm fur Tenth
6 pm from Tenth ( *i 00 pm fo* Tenth
7 JO jm from Tenth 7 (*• pm lor Truth
H 3h pm from Tenth * o pm for Tenth
9 3h pm from Tenth 9 <4j pm tor Tenth
10 30 pro from Tenth |lo um i m for Tenth
11 4> pm f/r Tenth
Lv city for M >ng Ty.j Lv. Montgomery
8 3U am from Ter.th 7 15 am f r Tenth
23" pm from Tenth 115 pm for Tenth
<1 Jo pm from Tenth $ opm for Tenth
Lv city for Cat. Lark Lv Cattle Park
S .lu am from B lion 7uu am for Motion
7 ail am from Bolton Buu am for H< iron
1W) pm from Boltin 15* pm for Bolton
/ ;iu pm from Bo.ton 3 i/u prn for Belton
7Oh pm from Boßon 7J) pm for Bolton
bou pm from Bolton s;* pm for Bolton
Car leaves B**hoi. tre. junction 5
a. m. and every thirty minutes thereafter
until 11 30p. m
Car bale.-* Thumb rbolt nt fi • a. m a: •
every thirty minut* s thereafter untl:
12:0ft midnight, for Bolton street Junc
FREIGHT AND PAM EL CAR
This car carries trailer for patv-engeru
on all trips and leaves west side of city
market for Is e uf Hop* . Taunderbol;
•nd all Intermediate points at t*.oo .i m.
1 *■ p. m.. 500 p m
Leave** Isle of Hope f*r Thunderbolt.
City Market and all Intermediate p ints
at ti 00 u n . 11 00 i tn . 2 D p m.
WEST END < AH
Car leave** w**st I*l* >f cl y market for
West End ti • n m and • cry 4 * minutes
thereafter fur nr the * 1.• y until 11:3ft p m
Leaves We Fnd at ti ?i n m and e/-
f’v si ttilmr* ereafter during the lay
until 12:ft0 <• mldnlgl t
H. LOFTON Gen Mgr
To Baltimore & Phitadalphia
Tickets on Sale to All Points North aid
W v st
First-clis< tickets Include meals and
berths Savannah to Baltimore and Phila
delphia. Accomtnodatioi sand cuisine
T he steamships of this company are ap
pointed to sail fr<*m Savannah as follows
(Central Standard Timet
to Kti rniußn.
STATE OF TEXAS t'ipt. Kdrldge.
SATURDAY. Nov. IT. 3 p. m
D H MILLER Capt Peters. TUES
DAY. N’ov 2*> ?> p m
Cap’ Btluips. THURSDAY
Nov 72. ti p m
DORCHESTER. Ca|W James. SATUR
DAY. Nov. 21. 7 p m
TO ITili. tDKLPIII %.
ALLEGHANS t apt Faster. SATUR
DAY. Nov 17. 3 | m
BERKSHIRE Cp* Ryan. WEDNES
DAY Nov 21 5 p. m
ALLEGHANY. Cart Foster, MONDAY.
Nov 2ti. 8 t. m.
T.caet Oflict* No 112 Bull street.
J J. CAR*'LAN Agent
NEWCOMB OHEN. Trav Agt.
W. V TURNER. G. P A
A. D STERN?NS \ T M
J C VAH’TNi Y. T idle Manager
General Offl e. fa t more. MJ
For Chicken F*ed and Fertiliser.
NITRATE OF SODA
Invaluabl for ‘ ome-mK 1‘ fertiliser
Th* oh. ai cm and m -*t • <*ir entrated oa
t'.* mark*' Bend '-t j. ua >
llAY.tiil \l\. i O\\ I 1.1.D, |t)t %>, |7p< .
SEED OATS AND RYE
T. J. DAVIS,
•Phone 213. 11* Hay afreet, weat.
J. D. WEED & CO
Leather Belting, Steam Packing 4 Hosg
Agent* for SKW YO KJ£ BlTßUl.it
Ui.i.Tl.NO and PACKIXO COMPANY.
B " 1 "* Molaeoea Uo SS Arade fot
C. M. GILBERT & CO.
m- - • v
W \ 'T
|L.\ - M
Ai&r. f* i Mf _
WW / II r 1
I am a firm
believer in Dr.
Pills for Pale
fktttnr M E Church,<irami Junrtian+la.
Ocean Susainshln Go.
I'n,uri>;is.." l . abln ac. ommodatlons A.l
Ih.- i-omlorlf of a ni.oiern hotel. Electrta
I'jth's I nrxc. linl tahlr. Tlrketa induda
nie.ila and bertha aboard ehlv
I’assemer hres irora savannm.
TO NEW YORK—FIRST CABIN ID;
FIRST CABIN ROUND TRIP DC IN
TERMEDIATE CABIN. i&. INTERME
DIA l'i; VHiN ROt ND TRIP. JA
TO RosrON— FIRST CABIN. E.
FIRST CABIN ROUND TRIP. ** IN
TERMEDIATE CABIN. 117. INTERME
DIATE CABIN ROUND TRIP. !-.
steerage:, jii ts
The . xr.re-s -1. amahlm of thia line ara
ot-. o|r.fe,i to -iil from Savannah. Central
(Vr; 1 n,r Tan :;'ne, n> follow*
SO D\ 111 TO NF. IOHK
CITY OF BIRMINGHAM, Capt. r-t,
FRIDAY. Nov 18. I. it p, m.
NA < id. HEE Capt. Smith, SATURDAY,
Km 17, I ID p m
KANSAS CITY. c a pt. Flatter. TIES.
DAY. Not Dp 3 Sr* p m.
TADI.AHASBEK. Capt. A-ktn*. THURS.
DAY. Nov. 4 70 p. m
CITY OF \UGUSTA. '"apt. n.i;*4,
SATURDAY. Nov ,'t. p. m
NACOOCHEE Capt. Smith. TUESDAY,
N'..v, T. S:>> p an.
CITY OF HI KM INO HAM. Capt. Per*.
THURSDAY Nov. *>. !:*• m
DAY Nov. 29. 10 <lO n m.
TVEEAHASSEV: Capt. Aeklns. SATI'R
DA Y. Per. 1. 12 >W m
CITY OE AUGUSTA. <Vipt
TUESDAY. De,- 4 3.(0 p. m.
NAf'OOi 'HEE. Capt. Smith. THURS
DAY. Dee K. 4; p m.
KANSAS CITY. Capt Flaher. BATI R
DAY. iJer. 9. 6:99 p m.
CITY OF BIRMINGHAM, Capt. IW*.
MONDAY. r*ep-, jt), V *l9 p. an.
TAEEAIIASSEE. c.ipt. A*klns. TUBS.
I>A Y. I • 11. 9An p m
CITY OF AUGUSTA. Cap. DaM-H.
THURSDAY. Dep 13. IpipW a. m
SA I TTOCIIEE. <"apt Smith, SATUR
DAY. De 15, 1I;J9 a m.
KANSAS ITY. Capt. Fisher. TUESDAY,
Dee t 2hh p m
TAEEAIIASSEE Capt. Askln*. THURS
DAY. D‘-> 3 >p p m
CITY OF DIRMINGHAM. Capt l>'t.
FRUpAY. F- 2V. :i:rt> p m
CITY p)F A U'TESTA, Capt Dares'.
SATURDAY De- 22, !M p m
NACOOCIII !: Capt. Smith. TUESDAY,
Dee 25. 7:39 p m
K VNSAR CITY Cape Fisher. THURS*
I'A V. P* 77 9:hft p. m
TAI.EAHASSME, Capt. Asklat*. RATER*
"AV Dpi 21. li on P, m
NotTp'U S*enm-hlp City of Blrmltif
ham wt l a>ot p-arry pa**en*er*.
NEW Vtllth TO HORTON.
CITY OF M D ON. C pp; S.tyare. M'lN
n.W. Nov. 19. 12 on g* on.
CITY OF MACON Cap:. Savagr. FW
DAT. Soy. 21 at Urdl noon.
CITY OF MACON. C'apl Sava*e. WED
NESDAY. Nov M. I*:0 noon.
CITY OF MACON. Capl. 3avap- MON
DAY 7*o4’ *l. 12:0ft noon.
CITY OF MACON, ('apt. Savage FRI
DAY. Dee 7. 12:90 noon.
CITY OF MACON. 4 ipt. Sava*-. WED
NESDAY. D<*r. 12, 12:00 nooti
CITY OF MACON. Cap> Sava*e MON*
; ■ v' i ■■ .: •>•
CITY OF MACON. Capl. Bav*e FRI-
D \Y. De.- 21, 12:09 noon.
CITY OF MACON. Capl. S*va*r. WBP
NKMMT, 1 ••- • X 12 op noon
CITY OF MACON. Capl Sitva*e. MON
DAY. De •. 31. 12:00 noon.
Thl* company rp-serve* *he rl*ht w
et|,itiap |ta ailli'*.* without noftee vri
without liability or areountablllty there
Sallln*- New York for Savannah Tu**-
plo> • Thurr I.tvs n•! Saturplnys 8 r m
W (! HR RIVER, city Ticket ar I !'*-
r.iiap-r A*> . ;. Hff IIpiII etreet. Sav.tnr.ah.
R W SMITH. Contractln* Fre'fht
Ai:**nt. fiavetinwh, Ga.
R O. TKE/.KVANT. Aent. S.pvi ro.
WAETKR HAWKINS. General Ar ,n '
Traffle D.p t, 221 W Bay atreet. Jack.-’h*
E H. HINTON. Trafflp- M inaa'r. p s ’'
P E EE FRYRK. Manaer N*
Per 38. North river. New York. N Y.
Pruit, Produce, Grain, Etc*
>•3 BAY STKBET. WeAt