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I Th- time was when
/ T'/L doctors thought con
/ sumption could not be
I jJfcT" permanently cured, but
since they have disrnv
, ered the powerful cura
•*■ tive qualities of Duffy's
Pure Halt Whiskey the
~~*-m [C f-sl doctors agree that
~ :,r ~ * lw ''l permanently cure
\N fL consumption and all
\| diseases of th- throat
i ; n ntrs. We have thousands of grateful
• r *ho write us.they have Iwen cured
at' they w ere given up by the doctors.
s ,, —After being Riven up bv cver*i ul our
u r ,. tan*, having thi*t .inl lung trouble.
nl a ciM* oi imuriWf connimptiun,
* r tr- *ta f trd the of \our fare Mait Whp.
M - h." taken thiee bottles, and i* so mat b
,tt ttieneth that we ate all feeling quite
MRS HELL SHAt L.
hr the t'oremeat it a mtcfl
A^o.rw'te' 1 A . f roc*%..* dire. ■
. Hrfuv tubutlfateu. t. ejr are iaj W fk.t Imml
f . all *k let
i y MAL I WHISKiir CO . Roc heeler. N Y
miles on the army
mi; IS tv tDVOCITF OK \ till. IY
i in: l*K is Tilt; kiiiu k.
WAR EMPHASIZES NEED OF IT.
UK U OMB SOIsOIER TO EACH
I.tNNI OF POIH IrATIOM.
f.lnitf m t*n nf Jlrpvlee of Tulunteerii
lo Oitr War Considered n Moat Ki*
p.nwler I’raftlfp—l.rmt Xml for
>|, n nf Monte to Mina Eapenalee
i ,tni I ort I flew 11 oat a- Aaaaaller Force
lx , pi in I aa• le-el hialea I linn nl A>
Xitair %\ Ailain JM# Year*.
\\u iiton. Nov 16 —Th feature of
ln at r.<jal report of Ueuftnant Gen
Mite* commanding the army, la a chapter
il>ai k with the r*ed for a general re
org ii .xattor of the military service. In
r egf: i to this question, he nays:
T ~ event* of ihe past taro years and
n hi l .ve resulted in a condition that
thi- nation mum prepore to meet. The
need for an efficient and well organlxwl
land force for an Ir.dcfWitte period! in the
future is moat aerious. and the organisa
tion of u force cannot be wisely avoided.
ira weight) .i <>r* why ouch *%
aer\.'*e • * in now demanded of *hi army
vgnnot be performed by a temporary or
Gen Mile* point* out that tha practi
cal limitation of aervfco of the Volunteer*
to on* year In the Philippines make* hla
a fho*t expensive practice, neceaaitatlng
uoubl** transfer of troopa and ahi in
mornioualy to the coat of the organisa
He nlao points out the peed of a r**
serve force for the relief of the soldier*
who serve in th** tropic*, declaring that
t e regiments that h.ive ?o fir serve !
more than two years at unhealthy sta
tion* *hou!d be relieved. •
*n Miles review* hi* recommendation
tn.it the permanent force of the mmv
* lould le one man for each thousand of
pjpu.ttion of the United States.
Xml for Men Ml Home.
The report show* that the urgent He
rn .1* for troopa for remote (ration* has
* il the number In the I’liilei Htaiee
much smaller force than tin* been
- . talncl at any time during the part
y-ftlnc year*. In fact, say* Gen.
*. the force hiM been so much reduc
* that :*t the present time there are not
fourth enough troop* properly to
: for and min the fortification*, which
tee been erected on the *\i coast a?
expenditure of nearly ln
F.; ton fo the artillery deficiency, the
present home force is not sufficient to
* ipy the interior garrison* properly or
[to protect life and property on the Writ
The refort shows what has been accoro
f .• hed toward* the extension of the coast
pMise system * n this lant great work
T *m.u have been expended, and at
V-t will be required to carry
*r ihe present project. For the next fls
•ir alone the sum of SII.SJ7 nr |* esti
re* a necessary t> defray the cost of
f ' lti.atlons, barracks nd site* on tne
[fta .*•?. Virginia 1* set down for $133,130
l>%! (tIITKItH F 4 OXFF.MF.It 14 Y.
Ire E. G. Heed of Florida Ha* Re- j
M htgomery Ala.. Nov. bt-This was
Mtp day of the *evenlh annual sa
ri of the United Daughter* of th* Con
T*.- meeting has been very infers* ting
ii much routine work has been done.
[ R ort* from all op tion* have be n -n
-.;*ing and the increase In the m nt
► has be<'n rapid nnd Interest ta
* i ntiy Increasing Three hundred
* • twen*v-rtv# do.lars contributed to a
tin.; to Inclosa Hull Run Cemetar> ml
n MHO and sG6f> tor th • Forest mon-
Vr - r it!
u. will h#ll to-monrtv
!• rk on rvilon of lh conltut.oii
\i< r .comon,*, Alt., Nov. Irt. —At th
v o,lon of th- moffink of Ih
t l>msihtrr of th- Conf-d-rwcy h-W
th- Mlowtnc cfn—r w-r
! M \V W R—<l. Now York, ttr-t vl-•
i \’-r ': Mr,. ?. T McCullough, Vtr
l <,>rond vl-- prrwdmt, Mr,. John
H nm, T-nn-*,—. r—ordlng —r-tnry;
k Miry K Mmr-*. North Carolina,
n >-i-r-tarv Mr, J. J-ff-r-on
t ~1.1, i ;-ornl,. treu,ur-r. oil r---l*ot
TANARUS! i.-iti nnnual m— ting will h- h-M *t
*i.m • on N. C.
A TO monitng —,ton r-porr- of th
*P or. w-rc h-ttr<l. Th— ,how-<l th
i 7rlon to h-. In gorxl .■oruMtion A
*• l i, ilon took plho- on th- quo*-
Ho . • voting, r-!ir-,-ntaiion n<l cr
hut m tti- l,*u<> *- •of"* **
■ f; ■,I out of or.l-r.
NO llllHi; TROIIIX I> TMI*Y.
1,111.1,,rnl „f ii,.- nill-r-ii Mill
lit* irrlv—*l Al.
Turnpo. Flo., Nov. IS.—'Th-r- how b—n
r .iiljr. |„r- to-day h-tw—n th<- two
’*■' • mil-, of i-lg.trmak-ra -c-p* •
-ill th* riaar fartorl— hav
* ' with R—l-t-nrla tn-n Thi ho<
'ho lntfmotional ni-n atl'.l In th-
A ~-tU-n>-ni of th- dlff-r-m-a
1 "t t>—n fully -omplel-d.
•■.lit—* ar- otlll In -oloti 10-nlghi
• t lon, ar© proceeding on lin*. sit
. o outlln-d with worn- molMitnlora
Ii i.th niikaa. Th- foundation l
uii- Riifflrl-nt prugr-oa ha- he-n
’ ©arrant th- aioi-m-nt that bo*h
** ’* can work tog-iher to-morrow
Mloo Itarlnn IV,. In Atlnntn.
**l-nta. Nov. IS.-MI Clara Barton
•riy, *n route hotn- from Oalv—tr X
Mlonta ov-r the gourh-m Railway
' ' iniiiht for Wa-hlngi>n. The day
, " ’ i'-nt in Atlanta.
'1...,,nit,■ Kir-t nl Miami,
m,: Fin., Nov. IS.—The mosq.utto rev
s'.... Itl,r for Culm from
'k. Vo., orrivor l hero to-day by the
frUUC IWBEP9 feASTVILLE.
Ind Icii ti<n • Were the Little kettle.
•went W■ Hestroyesl.
Fire broke out about 3 o'clock this
morning Hi the settlement of Kasivtile
on the south side of the Thunderbolt rood
Juat beyond the toll gate.
An alarm was turned in from box 212.
at Gwinnett and Ott streets, and the
firemen in the southern section of the
A telephone me*sage from Wagner's,
the florist. .%t 1:30 this morning, said that
from the apiearances every houee In the
village w’as m fl.mes. The fire appeared
to be a disastrous one.
The firemen remained and did w-hat
they could, but there being no water it
was difficult to stop the spread of the
BAITIUTH OF %IR(>l*!%.
Work of the trnerl Association tn
Session at llrlstol.
Bristol. Trnn., Nov 16.—This morning's
session of the Baptist General Asao a
t.on of Y'irginU opened with about 2£ del
eg.ites In attendance. The forenoon was
devoted to the report of Treasurer J.i o ,
the report of the edu atloi.al board r*a I
by Hon. J. Taylor Rilyson ami the o;-
piaiup* report r**.id by I>r. W. K.
In connection with the etlucatlcnal e
part*. Dr. K. Y. Mullein, president*of h”
Bnmhern liapflst Theo.ogli al Seminary.
IjOulsvlUe. delivered an addre- on the
ministry of the twentieth century
The treasurer's report was highly
gratifying, showing a financial condition
tia.DQD better than any previous year
The orphans*** report elicited an ani
mated discussion. iM-eche* were m.ule by
!>r. William E. Hai her. Dr. T. C Mc-
Connell and others. Each urged a deter
mined effort to rai ** llw.tka. the balance
require to complete the Central Or
phanage building at Salem
In the afternoon the report on home
missions was read by Dr. McConnell T
H. Ellett of Richmond read the minis
ter's relief fynd report. Tlie night ses
sion wsa devoted to state missions and
eloquent speeches were made by Dr
Pmtth an*! Dr Hwtcher of Richmond.
Rev. WtlUs Wayts, Rev J. C. Lawless
The association heartily indorsed the
plans of the state a**ooialon board and
warmly saconded the enlarged operations
of the board In Its effort to secure not leas
than &>.OOO for the work next year.
DVRTHOnifIITf or VIRGINIA.
fiaXereafJnjK Priwenllsg* at the An
Norfolk. Va.. Nov. 16 —There ora* an
other large attendance to-dsv upon th*
ac?ston of the Virginia Conference. Meth
odist Episcopal Church, South. t the
Cumberland Btree< Church, this oltv.
Bleliop Duncan presiding.
The devotion.'il exercises were conducted
by Rev. Dr. Cox. of the Baltimore Con
f. reoce The following revolution was of
fered rl adopted:
Resolved. That the action of this con
ference a: it* session a year or m*re
ago. requiring the statistical reports to
be made by ehurche- c*r societies Instead
of lijr charge*, be and Is hereby repealed."
The Commit tec on Conference Entertnln
mtot •npouncsl that Newport New • has
be*n selected as the place for the n*’Xi
to sision of the conference.
The class of young ministers of the sec
ond year was called, an*l a number w* re
advanced to the class of tin* third year.
Rev Dr. Edward L. Thompson, of At
lanta. On., general manager of the Run*
lay League of America, was Introduced
and delivered an address on Sunday ob
is* i ranee.
The * onference adjourned with the ben
ediction by Bishop Oranberry.
NRKTING OF THE DPHtfRHi.
The* \\ nnt to I oneentrate Celling of
Soul hern \ nrns.
Charlotte. N. c.. Nov. 16.—A meeting of
the Boird of Governors of the Southern
Cotton Spinners’ Association has been
called for Nov. 22 to heir the report of
a •'ommtttee appointed to bring about the
concentration of the selling of Southern
cotton yarns, ulao reducing the selling
charges to 4 per cent, an*! 2 per cent .
ar.d t the same time regulating other
features relative to the selling of the
NO ARGUMENT NEEDED.
t- v .ry f*nlT-rrr from Calurrh Know.
Tbnt Vtth ... I.nln.lir,*|>rny**
anil Dovrbra On %nt Carr.
Powrt.r*. loilon*. alve*. prv nnl In
haler, cannot roally cure ratarrh, he
ru.e till, dl.ca.e I* a blood iira*c, an l
Itcal application*. If they accompli.))
anything ott all, limply give transten
The catarrhal |>ol<n>n la In the blood and
the mucu. mamhrane of the no.e, throat
ami trachea trie, to relieve the .y.teni by
secreting l:irge quantities of mucus, the
discharge sometime* closing up the nos
t-11., drotnung Into the throat causing
deafness by closing the Rustachlan tubes,
and after a time causing catarrh of
stomn'-h or serious throat and lung
A remedy to really cure catarrh must
be an Internal remedy which will cleanse
the blood from catarrhal poison and re
move the fever and congestion from the
The best und most modern remedies for
lh|. purpose' arc antiseptics aclentlttoall)
known as Eucalyptol. Gualacol. Sanguin
aria and Hydras. lll. and while ea<h of
th<se nave been successfully u-el sep
arately. yet It has been difficult to grt
them all combined In one palatable, con
venient and efflrleist form.
The manufacturers of the new catarrh
cure Stuart's Catarrh Tablets have suc
ceeded admirably In ar,-ompllshlng this
result. They arc large, pleasant lasting
loxenge*. to be dissolved In the mouth,
thus n-ach.ng every port of the mucous
membrane of the Ihroat an.l anally the
tnllke many catarrh remedies. Stuart's
Catarrh Tablrti contain no cocaine. odat
or -ny Injurious drug wlmtever an.l arc
c,!illy benellcDl for little children and
C. H Rfmbnndt of Rochester, N
Y nay*: “1 know of f*w who
have offered much a* 1 front Catarrh
of the heud. throat n<] stomach I u*el
t.ray. Inhaler*. and powder* for month*
at a time with only *llht relief ant had
no hope of core I had not th mean, to
make a rhan*r of rllmatc. which weme I
my only chance of cure.
L.*! *prln I rend an account of some
remarkable cure* made hy Stuart * Cm
• *rrh Tablet*, and promptly lo.Bht a
nftv-ceiw box irom mj dtuakl.t and ob
a'nrd uch positive benefit from tt.at ont
rs. ‘k tye that l continued to u*e them
:r,iy until I now con.kler myself entirely
nee from the dl>utln* annoyance of
.otarrh my head la char, my dletlon
In 1 could *k and my hearing which
hcKun to fall aa a reault of the ca
arrh ha- Ifreatly Improved unt.l 1 feel
can hear * * a* ever They arc a
L...*ehod necessity In my family,
* Otarrh Tablet* are * II by
M 60 cent*. For complete treat
l;„, tnd for convenience, safety and
prom,- cults they are undoubredly the
lon*-laok*d-for catarrh cum.
THE MORNING NEWS: SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 17. 1900.
Look at your tongue. Is it coated?
Then you have a bad taatc in your
mouth every morning. Your appe
tite ia poor, and food distresses you.
You have frequent headaches and
arc often dizzy. Your stomach in
weak and your bowels are consti
pated. There’s a reliable cure :
Don't take a cathartic dose and
then atop. Better take a laxative
dose each night, just enough to
cause one good free movement the
day following. You feel better the i
very next day. Your appetite returns,
your dyspepsia ia cured, your head- i
aches pass away, your tongue clears
up, your liver acta well. u*. ana™,,**,
** I ta— ukrn Am i I'llta for ntn,
anil 1 conatdor tbrui ttin tout made. On.
pill do*. m morn jtocm! ttian half a bo*
of anyotbor kind Ihair. vcr tri.d."
Mr,. S. t. T a I.roT,
March So, law. lu&s
GRIFFIN HAS A SENSATION.
GIRL lllAKim.l) lit MAN W HO HU)
nE( i:iVEi> iif.it.
I* om!•* of MnrrlSK*' Wsi Not Ful
filleil, unit When the True *ate of
%onira Wn* Learned He Left Her.
She Hrfiined to tilve Any Aeeonnt
of Herelt hut Was Fnrnlhet
Money to lletnrn to %tlantn.
W her** Mir Halil She Used.
Griffin. Gn Nov. 16 —This morning Ml*a
Minnie hit as boarded the up Central
paeseitger tram for her former home in
Atlanta where she says he will ffnd work
to support hersHf, u* she knows her
parenra will never allow her to go home
again. She refuses <o tall who her par
ents are. or whert- they live.
The story, so far as Griffin Is the scene,
date* hack five or six month*, when o
young man giving hie name as J M
HotHfc-ick*. applied for board for hlmsetf
and wife .it th* residence of Mr. L E
Dawn gi We*t Griffin Hl* appearance
was such that h*> was taken In. and he
and his suf>|*se! wife were treated js
such by Mr Dawn and his family.
A short tltn*' ago suspicion* as to their
relationship bgan *o dawn upf>n the un
su.-peeling peopte who ha I given them
bed and hoard and they latgan to Investi
gate, writing to Atlanta to find out about
them These suspicions were verified, for
It wa“ then learned that they had never
t rt ti married, and w hen th-y were con
front* i With the a cu*ation they confess
ed that It wa* true.
Mr Dawn at once Informed them that
they could no In remain under the
tMtnc root with ums.-if and wife, but al
lowed himself to be persuad'd l>y Hen
dricks to let them remain until to-day.
when Hendricks would receive his mon
ev. settle his board bill and leave the
St* ore Out Warrant*.
After this was agreed the matter
might never have been mad** public had
It not been for the righteous indignation
of Mr Dawn's mother, who came to the
city when sue learned the state of af
fairs aid had warrants sworn out against
the couple for living in adultery. Tneae
were put Into the hand* of a man by the
name of Waidroup to s rv*-. and on going
to I lie Dawn residence Waidroup made a
nil take by arresting Mr. and Mrs. Dawn
over all protests and bringing them to the
station house, though Mr Dawn offered
every kind of explanation and resistant
This gave Hendri.k* all the time that he
wanted to escape .and he took advantage
of It, leaving his victim to bear the brunt
of hi* treachery. But after the circum
stances le ame known the warrant
against her was withdrawn.
Dawn claim* that the arresting officer
was so drink that he didn't know wh t
he was doing and that when he discover
ed the mistake, he began to teg thut no
case wood be made against him for th
rough manner In which he had acted, and
the profanity he had used.
Miss Luca while reticent about her
parents, suyw she met Hendricks and he
persuaded her to elope with him and came
to Griffin, promising fo marry her before
they left Atlanta. They didn't have time
:o have the ceremony performed and
1 I her that they
< ould be wedded In Griffin Juat as well.
Since that time he has put her off with
on** excuse and another until |? had come
to this j*he was given the money to
return by Mr. Dawn
POl’t I.ATIO.V Of HAWAII.
Islands Have tiU.IIAI and Honolnlu
Washington. Nov. I*.—The population of
Hawaii, os announced by the census bu- j
reau. Is IM.om as against m.oeo In lAK
This Is an Increase of M 9*l, or 41.3 per
The populaelon of Honolulu In i*M was
13.a21. as compared with a population In
If*i" of U.-tiS. or an Increase of practically
three-foi.l in thirty-four years.
Honolulu had <■ population In I*9o of 22.-
907. showing ar. Increase from I*9o to 1900
of I*'>,hl9. or 71.i iwr cent.
POPI I.ATIOA III' IdH l*l.tx 4.
state Shows laerease of 20.7.0(1*, or
2tt.5 Per l eal.
Washington. Nov. I*—Tha populst on
of the state nf UvtilJDa. as officially an
nounced to-day, Is 1,1*1.(23, asalnat 1,11*,.
.>7 In I*9o This shows an lncie.sc .met*
l*9o of 2iß.flßS. or 23 S p r cent
The |puiatlon In lsso was 919 Ht. show
ing an tncre.ise of 175.641, or 190 far cent,
from IWO to l*t.
lowa's Popn latlon 2.2.11,5fi.1.
Washington, Nov. It - The population
of i tie slate of lowa, announced officially
bv the census bureau to-day. Is 2.231. AU.
as against 1.911.ue> In l*9" Tula Is an In
crease of 319,3 ii or U.I per cent.
f.arrlsnn le llevleged.
Lmndon. Nov 17—" The Vreyheld garri
son la practically besieged.” says the Pie
termarltsburg correstiondent of the Dally
Telegraph, wiring Thursdav, "and th •
town is evacuated. A position hoe been
i iken up on 'he bills commanding It, and
notices have been posted In the vicinity,
warning the Borrs Itvit If they attempt ty
reoccupy the town It will be blown to
To He Marled in Savannah.
Retdsvllle. Oa.. Nov KS. Mrs Farnle
Ho,ls, wife of Rev M F Reals. >ll—l
here this morning, after a continued ! I
■.. sof overal month- The remains wl I
> M . .rrle.t to Hav.nn.h to-night. Her
funeral will take place from Wesley Mon
umental t'burch and tte Imernrect will
toe in Daurel Qrove Cmetaf v at * •‘•Me*
to morrow evening.
For satisfaction to vour judnment and justice to your purse it’s the proper thinn to
be thoroughly posted. Do so where merit abounds, and to our minds and those dealing
with us you’ll find satisfaction and justice in our high grade clothes for men and hoys.
Men’s Suits $7.50 to $25.
Men’s Overcoats $5 to S3O.
Men’s Trousers $3 to $lO.
Boys’ Suits $2 to sls.
Men’s Furnishings and Hats.
A pood line nf 50i- Neckwear in a host of color com
binations. attractive and subdued effects.
Walking, Dress and Riding Gloves. A good un
dressed Mocha Glove, in all the tan shades, at 87c pair.
Men's Winter Underwear at $1 to Sit.
Silk. Merino. Camel's Hair, Natural and Australian
woolens, including H drovd's celebrated underwear. Oth
er grades of fleecc-lined shirts and pants at 50c each.
lorituiTi win IS HWV All.
Sow llrpnMlenn. Want a Property
•4 iih 1 liter, I ton on Voters.
Honolulu. Nov 9 via San Francisco.
Nov I*.—Robert Wilcox, the Independent
gorta.tsl eamlblate, has been el*- ted H.i
snilan delegate to fVingrcs*. by .t small
majority, over Homuei P.irkcr, Republi
Much depression has re.lilted among n
whites, ae Wilcox was strongly opposed
bv Republicans and Democrats ailke. Ilia
campaign was an antt-whlle canvass,
with prolnlses on the part of -'in' "f his
.ampaign workers that If he were • l ti 1
Queen IJlluoka.unl should be r. -tor-d to
lb. throne. The result of the vot. "hows
the native bitterness oyer siinexjllon to
be still alive
The Republicans carri'-d Honolulu and
the island of Oahu for Parker by 219 plu
The Independent nntlve |*triy carrle.l
the House of Representatives by large
mujorfy They will have fourteen wro
ner* of the House w th ntn-- Ri-publUais)
and *l* independent* and Dmo,-rats.
In the Bennie there will be seven Re
publicans. eight Independents undone
Democrat With the independents in
control, a lively session Is exparted, as
•hey are against the ruling r. g m-'.
It l likely, a* a result of the election,
that Congress will be .Iked to .■atabltsh
some llmltivtlons upon the voting irA l
lege Many of the white, want a property
qualification for voters It Is argued that
In voting upon a .Imple color line many
of the natives have shown themselve* un
fit for universal suffrage
ALUMiEO Ugh HUT THEVTV.
Russia Said to Have Fn tcr.-d Into
One With China.
London. Nov 17 5 n. m.-Pne nflrmel
slalsments emnnaie from Parts nnd Ods
sa that a secret treaty ha. b en con
cluded between Ru-sla and Chtn , f r t'a
Russian occupation of Manchuelt.
There Is no frch new. ihl morn ng
throwing light on ih> tual s.t nt on.
The Japanese minis.' r In fond'r. who
waa Interviewed yesterday, htrtel .1 the
tsi.slbllpy of the sllte. pur* dn* 'he Chi
nese court into the Interior. If thev de
sired. although he said it w..uld h. a
Shanghai send# a report that the Fra
pres# row)ger. a irmol at the rl-lng In
Kan ffu province, iow oontemplate r#
turning lo Tal Yuen F'g
From Hankow comes a report that Clei
Tung Fu Hsiang I* still at than Fu. pro
tecting the Km press Dowager, that Prim
Tuan has fled to Kin Su and the where
abouts of Yu listen, governor of Bhan 81.
It is M il that Pr nee China will be sent
to Germany to apologia.- for the murder
of Baron von Ketteier
AN rr.FI Tim I tN*PIR VI Y.
Charged Crap iane Was led tn
IVeep Negroes From Vatina.
Lexington. Ky.. Nov 1-A R Thomp
son. a prominent farmer of Bourbon coun
ty; f.eorge and Sam Adams, eol
ored. were held In |l.<W' homls by Pnltel
Htat.-s Commissioner Hill to the federal
court to answer chatges of conspiracy
to hinder negroes fr m voting at the •
election It Is charged crap gam- w".
started snd the negro.-* In It wer. #r
r, te,l Just before the election so a* to
keep them away from the poll* (
HAVK* FAITIHV I' *F.**IOV
Parana* Faellon of Knight, nf labor
Birmingham. Ala,. Nov. 1 —The Have,
faction of the Knlghto of Labor Is s-ill
m aesgloti In this city, 10-doy's semdor
being consumed in discussion of cons:l
tuttonal amendment* which have been
propoacd and other routine mot lets
The Person*' faction took an .djonrn
ment yesterday until the president call*
the delegate* together again In Washing
ton. The Hayes' whig may be ui session
.here a week longer.
~ SAVANNAH' —
VETERANS HAD GREAT PARADE
IMO TIIOI MM Of THE 01.0 401.-
Olt&Hfl WKMi: l\ LINK.
Iliirk Fnllmiiliikm rrnwrinl Ini* the
La• I lint nf thr Hnuilan In Awati*-
tn—Future 14 •-union** Will Onn|o
Oal) Tnn lMi-'niilli ( nrnltnn
Veferati* .fntnrt In %%ith thr Of*r
uitino—( a|t. I uliin nf ")a%•nh
Wm He-eleetrl N-rrrtarjr.
Ait cum a. Ga.. Nov M Th*' vrtrran
hv lrft for thrir home*, .nl the C*m
fedcrotf reunion I* a thlntr of the past
The mornlnx nnMoti wu flrvotrd U>
pMMi- r rmolutlona of thauk* and lit clos
ing up th** oddn and **nda of the ronvan
tion before the hour for the parade. The
r solution reptrietime future reunions to
tvk li.iyii was pumwd, and m quorom of the
VYoatrrn Brigade having Rotten to
x**4her. Pol. C. R. Wheatley wan elected
brigadier In place of Gen. Jamn 8
Boynton, on account >f the latter** 111
Herertary M. T T’alna of ff.ivannah wnn
unanimouply nr-elec ted by u rndrnr vote,
in spite of hie prote*\ and he consented
to serve |n deference to the unanimous
Gen C. I. Walker. < of the
Buih C arolina bivlsion, f. C. V., extend
•<i a cordial Invitation, on behalf of the
vetarans of Houth <ar.Mn.i and the peo
|>* of Columbia, to the Georgia Division
to attend the i *•! re-union of the South
Car<dtr>a v< u*i,m- at Columbia |l*
Wilted that th* date of the re-union had
not >e* hern fixd, lut It would occur
sum* time during llsl He s;*yn he will
advise the Georgian* of the date mb so <n
as it has b***>n fixed
Gen Wtslkar extre**ed the hlahest ap
pfft Istlon of the s|> ertdid hos'dtailty ♦**-
teiul*J to him and hi* <omm.<iHl ;>y the
people of August.i
Miss Lula Maddox of the
only sponsor In attendance on* the ca
veat ion. W in led to the front of th- st.iae
and introduced to the veteran*. She t* a
bejutlful an*l attractive young la iy mi
was greeted h h cheer* ami arpUuse.
Gen M -tiiiKhßii made a hriaf but f#' , l-
Inr f,irew**tl addir*s.
R*a Btrk* Melton of the Fr t Dnp
tlet Church offered prayer and with *
alnglng of the dox<d gy, the convent on
waa declared adjourned.
I’srsde V\ n< thr flints*.
The parade ams the c.inmx and eonrlu
e|on of <he reuedon. and n*s n fitting
rlc*M In >*plte of the fact tha: many
of the veterans went tvr>me lan t night,
there were fully two thousand old sm
in line outniffte of the ioeal military
and other otgmixiMon* After the mount
• I police and |.< ai ndlMary. the latter
under Col Thocnaeon, came ihe veterans
At thr h** and of the ro.umn rode Gen
Clemen’, A fSv.ws an*l hi* staff, hie idju
tant general, (apt. June* L Fleming,
ii hit* *id* Gen. M C Butler, <len Ai
fr**l Camming, und the officers of the
DHUghtem of the Cot)fe.l*rn> y and Ladlee
.Memorial Aa* o* nation were guests of hon
or in carriage*
Next came Maj fler. C. I Walker,
commamler of th- South Carolina Division
and his staff, consisting of •>1 Jame* O
Holme*, adjutant general and chief of
MAfT, Maj Chwr.e* E. Coffin. 4’apt J J
Cos: rell. of Gen T W i irwlie's staff, ufvl
*‘ol Henry Oliver, a;d*- to Gen. John II
The South Carolina veterans, who were
next In line. m*.e % magnificent amear
ance with their bade flags and Jackets of
gray. They were several hundred strong
The Georgia Division of veterans fol
ow' and. with the Ea-tern llrlga !' com
rnandeffl by Gen \\ ll*y, at the h* ad
The two Augusta camp*, with their
historic flag** (littering in fTe braaxe.
made a splendid appearance. They were,
naturally, the largest c.imp* in the p
The Northern Georgia Brig* le r*en A
J West commanding next filed hy. At
the <lenr*J * side rod*. Ml-* Emma Car
roll and Mis* Janie Tim4*erhilte, fb#
•laughter* of two of Augtura s mo t
prominent Confederate rnarr* n*. Thelc
magnificent *hor*emanhlp sj much ad
The famous old Third Ge Reg
men!, carrying the flag which went w th
them from Malvern Hill to Ap omatto*.
was the lt regular organisation, the re
#iauider eX Ike parade being made # up oi
Boys’ Overcoats and Reefers $2.50 to
Boys’ Knee Pants ,50c upwards; double
seats and knees.
Toeproof Socks 25c pair.
Toe is made of holeproof yarn on Vi /
special machine, prolonging life o?
sock. Outwears other parts, Made HFTjfflilßiil
strongest where usually weakest. m
At 25c and 50c
An unequaled line of bright, attrac- F- *
tive. catchy Half Hose, imported
Pajamas and Night Baba* it $2 the suit.
Eiderdown Pajamas, beautiful patterns, wide stripes,
pink and blue predominating.
Pajamas at $1.50, in stripes, made of Domet flan
nels; worth $2.
Extra warm KbWrdown Night Robrs nil th* leading $1 76 #'h
liomid Night Rot>*‘ In stride*, an I tlg ired designs, splendid value at KU’ a*eh
MEN H AND BOYS ALUINEH and DBRBYfI In all the i*a-Ilng styles and
sh ides. 11 on to F* u*.
T BEE HIVE,
■.Smi. N. SCHUTZ,
Vw%irrßt. Julian and Whitaker Sts. (•" v &7, ,l idVnB r ***)
' THINGS TO WEAR
mm the Ileal Mill* and Manufacturer*; priced lower than you can buy them
\l* i * Launder* <1 While Hhlrta,
open hack 4hc
den** l.aundere*! WhMe flhlrla.
>len front an i f>en hack Wc
Men's ffateen. Duck. Cheviot. an*l
lle.ivy outing overh!ri* ak*.
Men's Blue Flannel Overehlrtf, sin
gle and double-breasted 76c
Men's Heavy Cnderahirts an*l
lr wers to match 3fc'
Men's Heavy Elee***i Under shirt a
and i’rgwer* f> match ISfc*
Men'n Natural Three-Quarter Wool
I’ndei shirt* and Drawers o
Mena White tallMi Collars, stand
ing and turn-down enape* We.
"Elk Brand Man's Bilk Garters
••College*' Brand Men’s Oariera 12r
"Boston" Btaitdard Brand Men's
Men's Half-Hose, inns anl black*. . c
Men'* Half-4 lose, j*e,da*s. Imp*ri
e*t. tans and hiacg *
Men's Prime Black Import ad lUlf
Imllvldual veteran* from various parts of
Thirty thousand people thronged the
street* to watch this magnificent climax
of the Confederate reunion. Never In all
the history of the city, from 4he palmy
days of the volunteer fire department,
during the perlo 1 of our expo* It km, or
when In latter year*, the merrvmoker*
attracted the people; never during all
that time ha* there been such a sea of
humsnliy eddying and surging along the
AHF. THICK KI AH MITHWIiIII.
Barrs rr katlsg With < sills To
nsrd ihr Ml*h Vrldl.
Nov 17 —"Th* northrrtt <-am
nvn.l<" sra trrkklng nouthis jrd ttrwsri
thr high vr|.H. with hr)r rattir," ,sy th-
Pretoria rorresponilrnt of thr Morn'ng
Pori, wiring last Tu#.lay
"Two com ms ltd or# hsvr sbprsrril st
Bslmoml. sm! s form Is .-onrmtratlng to
stop ihrm All thr pawir. of Ihr M
llr.brrg to thr wwl of I’rrtort.i srr hdil
by thr BrWwh to prrvrnt #ueh movs
, - ,
HBSTIIM TUI' OF I OTTO*.
IVsrrhoa.r anil I amprr.s llnrsril In
Mor.tgomrry. Als., Nov, I*.—A flrr #1
noon to-dsy dr.troyrd onr #r> tion of Ihs
R.-illl Broiliry#' i-ompfsi mi storagr
w-nrrhousr. lwstod in th# outhrrn part
of Montersn'Ty. Hr-vrn htindrril hair# of
cotton were mimed snd Injurrd, snd
thr In#, on thr cotton snd building wo#
shout *) f,lie. fully covrrrd by Insurance.
It I# not known tu.w the Hr# orgmtatrd.
< 01. l ivin' O' f. IKK MlOfaiC.
Knalnrrr tin Klllrd and grvrral
Franklin, F , Nov. I.—Thr I>k# Shorn
pawner train which left this city for
th# Writ at 7 o'clock this evening, col
lided with a Pennsylvania freight on thr
Like B\ore lt.illro-Ml. Imwr.-n Polk snd
Ray MIKon. twelve rnltc tof Frank
lin The engineer of the frelglw tr.ln
ii ic lII—. the engineer snd ffremsn snd
Briki-man Pnd#n nt thr ps*n*er train
were badly Injured Hagsg'tnatwr Tom
Auttig) of Oil CTy and three passengers
Itsrlluinnli* in 4 racm.
cracu*. Venesusla Nov. 16.—A evrr •
earthquaks aho. k wi frit this morning
in the Island or Curse a. Duly alight .
damage, however, was dona. _____ I
UJtal' Polk ado I and Plain Black
I .ad l*‘ fttrlped. pi*urod and Pol
kadol Move. In hiack. navy blua,
and cardinal ijtyt,
I.ad.ea' Heavy. Black, laarr-rtbhcd
Children'* Black Ribbed Hone.
winter weight. all alaca ike.
Boy* Black Itlbhed Hoac. doubt*
ChlMrrn'i H*avy f'n<l**rw.*r,
•ml pant*. JOr., 18V . llr., I?P.. flfc.
f<adi*a‘ ff*avy |(ihh*l I’nd*rvr*ar.
vwii and pant* to match jv,
r.ad*' a Extra (IMvjr I’n*
ihrf>*quart*r Wool Whir*
Kod Cianna) I'niVroßar.
fffebtd •*•*••••••*••* TGc
fftfanta* Knit Boor*#*
Infant*' Whit* H..k Cipa an.
EDMHIM VOIINS CONTEST.
How to Voto.
Cut out tha attarh*d Voting Coupon and
mo!I or brine It to th* bumnoia offloa of
th* Mnrntnir N*w*, Havannah. dm.
Kneh Coupon mutt baar tb* ntm* of tha
p*r*on for whom you vih to vot*.
Bt. and No.
notice to nrirroiut and rnen.
O£nROIA—CHATHAM COCNTT -No
tice |* hereby given to all per* ma having
demand* against John Murken. late of
•eld county, deceased. ro prevent Cent
ro me. properly made our. within the lima
praacrlbed by law. *o aa to abow their
character and amount, end all ler.on#
Indebted to *a!d deceased are r*qulr and to
make Immedlale payment <o me.
MKB DOROTHEA MURK BN,
Savannah. On.. Nov. IS. 1:09
riNE FLORIDA ORANOES
FRUIT* AND VEGETABLES of all
SEED RYE. SEED OATS.
HAY. O RA IN. FEED. FLOUR.
CHEESE. It MANS. Pans. lUco Straw, ate.
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RAILWAY ASS MILL tIPPUBI.
Provident Building, Savannah. Oa
Cl—n*— Hid b-autifU*
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