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A TEXAS WONDER.
Hall's (irral IHacorerjr.
Or* rmii. bottle of Bails Oraat Dis
covery cures ail kidney n J bladder trou*
Lies, remove* gravel, cure?* d.abctaa, *•
Inal octlasiona. weak st.J lame back*.
xhfKui.a .jm and *ll irregularities of tut
kidtoe>S -lid bi*du<r: ft Lo b men slid ho
men. regulates t>.*4jur trouble* m cni.*
dr*4. If no; ►* id Ly >our druggist mu\
be sent b> mail on :• •pt 11* * m * arnat.
bottle Is t*u months' ireaimefH slid aiii
curs any is • above in* ntioti* i. Dr. K
\V. Hail, sole manufacturer. 1' O- Box
Cj*. 8: Louis, Mo. nd for te*ttmonU*l*
bold by *U druggists and iKdornona Cos.,
Cuthb'rt. Us.. April 2.
This Is to certify that I ass affected
with gravel and that 1 took sixty drops
of Hall's Great Discovery and It com
pletely cured n># It Is worth 11.000 pei
bottle to any one needing It.
J. T HTKVENB
I ■ r ■ i
IN GEORGIA AND FLORIDA.
m:i\ ami views or tub day i>
Georgia I'seo a l.nrgf \twoonf of Oil.
(•eorgla Pine tin II mod Ml lawi-r
Passenger Mate —i '*ngre*mei
Walehtng Their Feneen— lllg %l
llgator K lllrsl —JHTrrwn Inlerea
letl In a llnnk rnptcj Salt—>Mlslng
Terra t ela Man Not Heard Iron.
Alpharetta Free Pres*: Between the
lines the fhrewcl ob rver S* In Gov.
high bid for a t‘ rm in the United S, e-1
Henate And It may t** added that Fn I**
. .it •
when ho res has for political persimmons.
A Kick From olnmhus.
Columbus ledger. The censua depart
ment ought to hav •• the gra- e to g.vo
Columbus a re utjt. Ten years ago. It
Wat proven Halt this city had not In *r.
given a lair honest count. The far** of
the pre***nt returns Indicate that a great
er Inju- . . lias been done this time th n
T • Nark C otton.
Amerlcu* Times-Recorder; it will he a
happy day for G-orgia farmer* when they
leave cotton nlon* , to -omr extent at l u '
and turn th**lr attention to other crop*
for money T- i r. i- easily frown, r*
quirti;*. • more *xp* nse In cultivation In
m man axj
a net, is much more protUablo.
Congressman Jim Griggs of the Second
\V C. Adamson of the Fourth. W. O.
Brantley of the Eleventh. and Col. Liv
ingston have be-n In Atlanta re * n*.y
The entir** Georgia de>ratMi will likely
go there soon for th*- purpose of looking
sft*r their int•rests In inflection with
ttMr proposition #•* r**-distn< t the stat*-
None of them s. bed to I** disturbed.
They are with th** manna In
which their * viral dlslticts or** n f *w
tr.ad* uf They-knsr every ••ow-path in
tnen ii.d f.amldar with the voters
and their families, particularly the little
ones, whom they are never tired asking
alter when taking to Iheir constituents.
Much Oil li I•••■! In fienrata.
Last month bmk the record for the
nmount of Illuminating oli shipped Into
thi state. Chief Oil Injector Glascock
Barrett report* that SOi.OOO gallon* of oil
were shipped /two Georgia during the
month of < e tober. The oil tu Riven :t
• borough feet and t ante fully up in th
etandard. .Mr. Barrett, however. Is sur
prised at the unusually large quantities j
coming Inn* tt I4lte ll*- Bay a that dur
ing the year I<C* only &,<no.OOO gallons were
brought Into Georgia The shipment this ,
year has already pa-aed Ihe s,'SiO oo mark, j
end 1-efore the close of the year It oih>
reach T.ouo.uuo. It has been almost n year j
fow wire e any defective oil boa been
found In the stale.
Must timer the Itnte.
The Georgia Pino Railroad Company,
which has a line from Halnbrldge to Ar
lington. has been ordered by the State
ltai.riant Commission to reduces its rate
for .*arr>lng tanniiKrtis. The road ha*
been charging ! • . nts |e-r mile. The |.e
pie made comtdalnt. the commission sus
tained the complaint nd Issued an order
to the management to make the change
The nwl t practically an. w one, but
It has met will* an h suer. * the people
along the line thought the rate should
be lowertd The |. t | it ion statist that the
people did not mind paying the extra mile
age when the road was first iwetructisl,
a- they w tilled to see It succeed. hut
since U had been paying big dividends
they thought 3 .tuts a mile was <nough.
The commission ordered no change m the
freight tales charged by the road.
ttammotli Alllantor Killed.
tlapt T. K. Nr well's plantation Is sit
uated IT miles snuthwi'si of Albany, Just
acrosa the Baker county line, tat C'apt.
Newell * place Is a large pond which has
utmost dried'up Around this ftond Is the
pasture of tbe plantation, anti for Home
lime |>aat tt has iieen noticed that hogs
would mysteriously disappear almost
dally. It was surmised hy fapt Newell that
the hog* which were disappearing wire
going lnio th. otsc lons maw of an all.-
gator Several day* ago n sho.it was
found near the pond with a hind quart-r
bitten Ofr, and the surmises were strength
rned. Mr VV. O. lavender, who live* on
Cap!. Newell’s place, armed himself with
at shot gun and a pistol and Went to the
pend Me came to n large hole near an
old cypress stump Mr lat vender took a
prep Into the hole, and from It emanated
a deafening roar, a- of a lion Mr. Laven
der firrt fir<d a load from hi* gun Into
the go tor's hole, mid then he emptied th 1
chsmler of his pistol Into the bole. Nut
y. t satisfied that lie had kllh-d the ulii
gator, he got a fence rati and rirnm.d tt
Into the hole for aiaout half an hour. Mr
Lavender then went off and got one of
the negroes on the plantation and togeth
er they succeeded after much difficult.,,
In pulling the dean alligator out of hu
hole The alligator was one of the largest
ever killed In this section. It was It feet
In length. It's Jaws were two feet long,
ou t It measured twelve Inches Itetweert
the eye*. The greatest breadth of 111 body
wa* two feet.
I. A. Woods, who owns several fins
grove* around Arcadia, a year ago pur
chased a grove from (J. W. Gauge for I*.-
Oo cash. He has Just sold the grove to
R A. Robrrts for 112.0U0. Mr Roberta
get* this year's crop, which will prob
ably bring 13.000.
for a In lon Itepof.
Lake City ClUien Reporter: A lengthy
petition, agned by the business tnon of
Latke City, was this week addressed to
!h- three railroads. 8,. F. & W.. 8 A. 1.,
and G., 8. * F., requesting that a union
depot he constructed here for the ec
cummodatlon of the traveling public We
have no doubt but the* the three roads
will concede to the request of our cttUens.
aa It Is a modest one. and It will be to
Mielr interest a* well an accommoda
tion to the public.
Hon. J. 11. McKinwl* Head.
Again death lia* visited tho Marianna
bar, and claimed th* Hon, John H. Mc
gOirala. After a lingering lllmas be died
Nov SC His life ass spent in uaefulne*#
to the at ate of Florida • is-iMtor. state V
attorney and in many other im> non* o'
honor. He was a Is-rnor.it, tru *nd
tried He leaves a mother un i m *ny
friend* to mourn his I©.*** Tft* ##*->
of court aas sMSt**iifbd in honor o' the
d* -aiM-'d, who aas burll with Pythian
honors at tht family buti.il ground te
New (ly star Fset*ry.
On the old English mill sit# In the x
trme southern |**rtlon of 8t Augustin ,
and border**'! on th* wesd by the Hun H**-
baatian river. Mill* r Jit (Joflln. o> *t r
packers of Baltimore, are eiew tli iff a i irge
oyster packing establishment that prom
ises to give employment to a larg* n m
ber of he< The malt, canning
factory is i * .irl - *• mp4et#d. It Is a on
atory frame -m. re. sixty fat *1 ;<• an l
one hundred *.,1 twenty lu g It will
be completed by the first of iec*tn er
by whlh time th* nscee'ar) raw* hli ?ry
to oivrstf the plant will b* on the
grout and The firm l letermlri**d to i-s
no time In |* ittli g the J*< tory in o**era
Joe Jefferson Interested.
Actor Joseph Jefferson, who Is a large
property holder In Florida. l* the la r g- st
claimant In the bankrupt* y of Georg •
Zapf. a friend of his at West Palm
Ib.t h. The cas* has Just t***n hear t
b*fo* W L. Anne, com ml-doner In bank
ruptcy. The schedule of liabilities showed
an indebtedness of $.11,362. Joseph J* fT*r
son*s -lalm \* I!*’.'*** A large n nit* r
of Hie ablest iMwvrrs In the state w r*
lres#*nt. rcpr *-*i.:inv. variou** claimants In
this and other stat* - George Ad tins *f
W**s: I’alrn H*** n ha been appolnte*! *•
reiver by the <onml .-loner. The town
of Jeffersonville, largely owned by the
veteran actor. Is r**tr West Palm I teach.
• bn* nril Nt 1 **l I'nssd.
Nothing has yet be**n h**srd *>( C. W
Howard, who mysteriously disappaarei
from Montgotn* ry Ala.. wn* n on his way
fr.ttti T**rra ci.i, .n F*orul. t* l.a t
Luke. Ala., to be married. Ever* effort
h i- t* • n mad*- to find the young nun by
his business partner. J H. Knn*dy,
Terra Ceut. Mr. K* n*-*ly 1- chairman f
the c-rnmi l <i * s f-r bis ti
ty. .*nd hits been r*t the i*ar'l f<r twen
ty-five years, and h* stated y*-t*riH)' <o
a Ja ksonvlle g*uttlem.n who wa- t
Terra Ceia that h* was firm y rmivlne and
that liowrd hid t*. en robbed nn*l rnur
and r* and. Mr. Kennedy has engaged detec
tive*. an.l lost ro effort in trying to trace
H>ward. tut slih * I* avif.g the h >tel ,> T
Momgomory nothing has been heaid *-f
him A paper a short time ago published
a dispab ft from Montgomery -tating th*t
Howard had be. n boated In Ti
v\ L< • • I.* v- • • I. '!• ■• ’* •• 1 “- r i,n<
w*■ re imtTKvllately -• nt to Chic *g , nd
the repr>rt w * * found to !>*• •* canard. Me
K**nn*dy stated that Howard was not a
drinking man, and hkh he dtacrwlltal ’he
story as soon as h* beard It.
III* Cattle still l aud Sole.
Fort Myer* Press: Mr. Jo*. K. Hendry
returned from Fort Thompson on Sat
urday evening, oral from him we learn
that hb> brother, George, ami himself !ial
bought out the land ami at ok interests
of their father, t‘apt. F. A. Hendry, at
Fort Thomt-twai Thi* consist* of i.Srti
time gntdesl e'attl**. Including tiainy full
tdood Jeeseys. ifoistetn*. etc.. 3.1551 a-res
of land, young gra|w fruit grove, r.-si
denrea. t-arns. etc. This has long less
tatted as the lending improved slock farm
in South Florida, the three thousand
a re* all being rich sealing lands under
fence. Capt Hendry ha* done much for
South Florida by demonstrating that tnv
proved stock tan \>e raised successfully ’
and profitably. The property w.lh Ms
-lock Interest* Is on*> of the most valu
able In Lee county, und as Mesars. Jam. a
list George Hendry are considered two
of the most experienced stock men In
this section of the country, they will, no
doubt, ex end and 4t relop the business
established by their father to It* greatest
is>ss lta.il tire.
(.uni) rHUWII AT IIKAAISG*.
Four favor Ilea Won Without Ksert
inu Much F.lTorl.
Washington, Nov. IS Springlike
w ather brought out another large crowd
to the llennlng* race track. Four favor
ite* won. In most rasas without much ef
First R;o e -Five nnd a half furlongs
Lady Contrary, even. won. with Mordel
mo, 10 to 1. and 2 to !. second, nml 1-rxlng
lon Ft rate, Xto 1. third Time 1:10.
Second Race —Btx furlong*. Sadie S. 5
to 1 won. with Queen Carnival. 9 to 5 and
7 to w, second, and Gracious, It to 1. third.
Time Lit 4-t.
Thtral Its-* line mile nnd forty yard*
Rpeedmas. 7 to t. won. with I'etlt M litre,
r, to l and vto ve ond. mid Charawlnd,
%to 1. third Time 1:17 1-5.
Fourth Have Sis furlongs. The Puri
tan. 1 to 1. won, with lascturer. 5 l* 1 ottil
even, s, . .inti, anil Noviliy, 4u lo 1. Ihlid.
Time 1:15 3-6.
P'lllh Hac.—One mile and sixty yards.
Draughtsman. to 1. won with Ferlon. Si
to 1 and S to 1, second, and Old Tank, Mi
lo 1. third. Time 119 4-5.
Sixth Race —One mile and hundred
cords. Ourck Queen, oven, won, with
oread, k to 5 and 1 to J. second, ami
Hardly. 7 to 1. third. Time 1:S1 3-5.
li n*r Hrwulm •! >pw|inrl.
Cincinnati. Nov. !.—KcmilU at New
First Rhcc—Bl* ftirkms * I’twe, Bto 5.
wot), with Prince Keher, K to 1, **cot*l.
sn*l <’ol. Hirathy. S to I, third. Time
Kocc>nd R*i < ic roll* nml n sixteenth.
Cllpeilta. * to J, won. with Umilivlllo
Belle, 6 to 1. second, and Rxlt, 3 to 1. third
Third Hac* Blx furlon**, telling. Home
shoe Toha o. 9to 10. won. with Karl Fon
ho, "> to 2, second, J J. T . 4 to I,
third. Time 1:11
Foutth Kuo- inc mile. leahrl, even,
won. with Guesswork. 2 to 1. second, ana
litul.ir* 7 to 1, third Tim** 1 11.
Klfih Rae—One mile, fHllnjc Rt*ian,
13 to 5. won. with Dolly Wagner. 12 to I.
•ccotid. and F I A*hu k, 3 to 1. thlrl.
Blxth Race—One mile and fifty yards.
OtOrua lloy, 9 to 5. won. wtth 81r Ctatliin
2 to 1. eerond. anl Churl ton. 3 to 1. third
Tim* 1 42.
Fir dnton f l*nrk liner*.
Atlanta. Nov. 19 Two fnvor|ie won
flret money at Rh*<lroont Rark n>-day.
Weather cloudy; tr k fat. Btimmarlea:
Kirn R.i> * Cur.oaiK < k Walk.
Di nnn diseases
■|B ■ ■■■ ■H H ran l only by a
pMI |c E w sm‘ S3 "•'"* wbti'b OPiitralt/a* and ilriv.-* .ut all tin.
'jfegml %L-iLr W i*7 |‘l*<>n u<l at tl:a tami’tlma build-; up th x*n*ral
Iwßl 'OHM- health ot tln> !■ itlptd. Hr. Hathaway’. mrtln4 of
trratlug tho diirrrpnt itaitra o( thUdlaeaM* .tap.
Jmxn tho out* rtl lpu it onooaQil qul-kly hrin.'. al"it a ihan uxh and
ponr.auoßteurool ororjf portion o( tho body altootod. and all tin.
■w'-.-T I. tlniia In iui han ay that tho patlrot duo* nut no.at tn Isolate him
V* Hf or giro up hi* buslnoM. nor dro* ho *u(ler for tho balance of
■ hi* life from aaliTallon or any other roßex action of admlnUtorod
Me fs drug*.
V The patient t *lmpty made again a perfectly ell, tound man.
With all danger of traiumlttUig th*dl*c*.c reti red
Dr. Hathaway al*o treats with tho *amo guarantee of Mice.-**,
t’JW Lo*ul Manly 3 Igor, and uthorchronlc di*o.i*c* ot men. Including
all Kidney and I'rtoary and Sexualdltordrr*. \ :rlct-
> v . Dr llatliawayanewiixtytour page ton it, troatlm fully of all tho
Cffsgjail t> Rise**-* which he treat* and telling of Mt method, together with a
amine hit own condition, will be *ont FREE on application, aa
j HEWTOX EXTRA W AT. XD. will alto carnally prepared c if-examination tianlu.
Couaultation and advice free at office or by mall,
g. NEWTON HATHAWAY, M. O.
!*r. llathMwav A Cos. Office hour*— to 1* in . S to 5 and 7 to
25 “A” Bryan etreet, tfarannah, Oa. t p. m. Sunday 10 a. m to l p tn.
THE MORNING NEWS: TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1900.
Df Trm ting Files and Hertal Ills-
The old method of treating piles by the
knife, by ligature or dilation, bovldet
eauring intense |n:n and frequently col.
ioie and death are now known tq t**
worse than useless as far as actualW cur
ing the trouble 1* con**crned.
l>erangement of the liver, and other In
ternal organs as well as constipation often
cause pil>e a/al It Is a mistake to treat
It as a purely lo al disease; this is the
r is*n why salve.* and ointments have s*
little effect and the wide-spread suer* ***
of th Pyramid File Cure has demonatrat
The Pyramid File Cure Is not a salve
nor ointment but Is ir. suppository form,
whi h is applie*! at night, abeor)*ed into
the sensitive r*<tal membrane and a't*
Udh Hf a lo* al and • on-iltutlonal tr* at
vnent at dln c • • **f many years e!an*lH c
hi* niade thousands of permanent cur* •
Many pile sufferers who have undergone
surgical operations without relief or cure
ha%e laen surprls#**! by results from •
f* w weeks treatment with the Pyramid
The relief from pain Is so Immediate
that patients sometimes Im-tgtne that the
Pyramid contains opiates or cocaine, hit:
at.rh Is mi the rase. It Is guaranteeil ih-
:y fr. v from an> kijtiri*>us drug
The iur** Is the result of the healing
o I- and astringent properties of the rern
#|y wh!**h cause the little tumors x*n*l
*•<>r Jested Mood v ssels to contrni t an*l a
natural circulation Is establish**l
All druggists sell the f*ymmld File Cur
.it fs* nts for full sised package
A ifttle tnx>k on me* orel cure of piles
*> it* I fre.* by I l ire Pyramid Irag
jiV#.. Marshall, Mich.
to 1. won. with Snowstorm. 4 to b. sec
o *l. and Mr Hose, 3 lo 1, third. Time
flecond Pace- Four nn.l a half furlong*
J*nab- Y. 6 to 2. won with C* ntretlel* >
i. 2, second, and Custodian, even, thlr 1.
Third Race--fteldng. en* 1 mile. Tiie Turn
lhlne. f# to 2. won. with Little Reggie. 7
to 2. *e <t.t. and DlH.iVi It****.!, 7 to a. thlr*l
, Time 1:47'-u.
Fourth liar Six furlongs. Ode Brooks.
to 2. w<*n with Hut* h Comell;tn. 2 to 1.
.send, and Henry, Bister, h to 1, third.
Tim** l up*.
Fifth Race--Seven furlongs. Golden
Rattle. 1 to 4. won. with Onoto. k to !,
|s* * >ti*l. and Fous. 3to 1 third Time 1 .13
% m;w i hi hi ii m:i>i<v%TK!>.
iill %itnln*l the Plant Wy*tem—Other
% n l|otn N* l w*.
Valdo-ta. Csa Nov. 19.-Tho dedicatory
nervlce of the new* Flrat llaptlat Churrh
were held In thnt church Sunday mornlntr
and a largo crowd w;* It* nttendnnce. A
very fine pome nervier preceded the er
mon which wna preach<vl by Dr. W. W
laondrum of Aikmta. Ilia tubject wan the
"Jlyaterlea of God." iirwl It wan a very
fine one. Col K I*. P Denmark, chair
man of the txitldtncr committee, r ml
history of the hulklinc frotn Ita la-Kln
nlntt Tlie church le on*- of th* hnnd
aomeet In Ihe elate and cost alwnit
Tho work w.im |wid fr aa It wan <:>n** an l
the entire building waa (on-tructed on a
A noffro nameil J*nk< Tlmmonw. one of
the telegraph llmmen. tabbed . near *
lorter named Jim Smith nearly to death
Biifhlay ntaht. Tlmiribns went In n atore
where Smith wit working and the latl r
iktd him what he would have. Tim menu
evidently felt naarleved and pulled hl
knife and etahhtrd Smith In aeveral places
lie wai* arrested Inter an<l pla -d In )all
to await th*- r*ult of Smith** wotmd."
Superior * urt In In senelon. Among the
jprs* I?* n Fn.OUO null again**! the Riant
System hrouffht by a trav* ling man for
alleged Injuries in Nteptdng fr*m the train
her* Hon. Hoke Smltn Ih expretr*! t' In
here to prO“*H!ule ihe ci*e A white man
i.niiMit flreenawalt N in Jail >n the * haig
of burglary liom a r-om at the Rreecott
Houan*. It In underatood t It <vnry
man lx*i<ter haa been retained to tl* fnd
A negro named Robert Woodw. who kill
ed Mr. l*hlSll|M In the Oualey district flvi
years ago him) who wn re ently arreat* 1
In Alabama. !•* to tried for murder.
There are nineteen other prisoners in jail
on various charge-* to l**- dDpoeed of.
BB3ATOH II %*** KMM|I RM K.
Caiißra Thirl>-Wli l-Ve| lo Hum.
He l'n>M fr Them.
From the N w York Herald.
Cleveland, <.. Nov. 17— Senator Hanna
received a bill to-day for hlrt\ *l* pigs'
feel, and he ordered U |mWI it on**o. Th
Senator had not eaten the p: :>■ feet. n**r
hal he ween, or even received thm
Tho hill cam** from Mm Christiana Dun
lap. of Fort Wayne. Ind . and the Sena
tor wan charged sl.*t for tho thn • knteti
Accompanying the hill was a letter fi>m
Mr*. Dunlap. In which llle t*.ld
M I know you will ihink m- h very bdd
woman for writing you this letter, hut 1
am a poor w asherwoman and my old man
Na day laborer, and between u* we have
to work very hard'to nupport our fixe
Mrs. iMit lstp then wrltea that whe h. 4
tatrehaae*! lhr* doaen pign* feet nt tlx*
t ents each and hnil put them on the stove
-to cook Her hunbanil had akrrel to
xv.it> h them while she went out io do s*me
That waa on th* evening Mr llanna
spoke In Fort Wayne, and Dunlap. frget
tlng nil about the pigs* f*et. went to th*-
i-o’iil ol meeting. When Mrs. Dunlap r**-
t m net 1 horn* -h fount I 4he pigs* feet on
the stove burned to a crisp.
"To think.’* conclude* the letter, "that
mv husband and t good Democrat, would
neglect his duty and thone expensive pigs'
i feet Ju-a to hear a big Republican lik
you! That'a enough to cause trouble Jn
any family. Then, when he returned
home, he nnnounied that '.Mark llanna
w.is all right’* and he wouM be darned
If he would vote for Bryan!'*
Benator llanna laugh'd heartily when
he read the biter, and then, turning to
Hlmcr Dover, hi* **-cretary. said "(live
her my com pi I men t- und • n 10.-d- fj. She
; needn't mind th*- change.*'
j —Tench* r: How many voyages did Co
lumbus make ?
Pupil: lie made four, ma am.
Teacher: Oxrrect. and after which of
them did he die?— Philadelphia Record.
%latters of Interest to Rblpplsg Mea
The llghthouwe tender Fhoroa arrived
yesterday and was an- ked at tha foot of
Barnard atreet. The Pharos makes re
u.ar tr.ps to lavatinab during her runs
Ki distributing material and provisions
t*> the various light:, mis ms along the
South Atlantic road. Bhe also carrto*
etru- 'ural material, snd generally a crew
sufficient to carry on mechanical work.
The Belgian steam.'h-p Iris cleared ysa
terday for London and Antwerp with a
cargo of naval Mores snd co*t<m seed
oil, valued on the manifest at |339.3!i0.72
The annual report of the Life Saving
S* rvlee shows that at the close of tne
fl•*- si ytntr the est lMlshment embrace*!
y> r t etatlons, 1> being oft the Atlantic, M
or th lakti, 16 on the f*aclfle. and one
•? the fails of the Ohio, ut Louisville,
The number of diastar* to docvjmente.l
v* - Is within the field of *ij*erat.ons of
the* service during the year was 3M. There
w. re on hoard the-** vessels 2.653 persons,
of whom 2.6*/7 were saved and 4* lost. Bix
hundred and shipwreckd
l*ersona received succor at the stations,
to whom 1.417 days* relief In the aggre
gate was afforded. The estimated value
of the v*-at*ls Involved In disaster was
f*s 127.'<••*. arul rhat of th* !r *frg*ws $2,342,-
*making a total value of property Im
l * rlll**<l Of this amount $7,264.-
•* wi* savid Afxl $2.235..Vi) lost. The
numlier of vessels totally lout was sixty*
In a l*fii!on to the foregoing there were
during the year 323 casualties to small
craft, such as • small yachts, aallloats,
row boost.'-, etc., on board of which there
wer 781 persons. 776 of whom were saved
and five last. Th** property Involved In
th*-se instances ir **stimatsd st $267,070, of
• j m i kved md s•*:>•*• .■
It*-id* a khe number of jersona saved
fr*m v saels of all kind* there wen* 531
oth**m r** ' ued who Itad fallen from
wharves t:-ra nnl other positions of ex
tr* m* peril, many of whom would hove
perished without the aid of life Having
'•news. Kvp hin*lr , *l an*l fourteen of
were rescued from dwelling housss,
out bit lld In STS and other elevated pkces
submerged wholly or in p.rt by the ter
rlNo flood of the Brazos river In Texas,
July 6 to 12. Iff?.
The crew;* s.ived and assisted to save
during the year 371 vessels, valued with
their cargoes at $4.h06 580. ami rendered
a■ * :-tai <** of minor to 883
other v*toads In dlstr**s. besides warning
from <1 ng*T bv th** s.gnals of tlu* patrol
n*n 131 voxels While the number of
llv* * fit.*) t Im* amount of praperty saved
thrmiffh th**M* w trnings cannot b* slated,
l* is certain that numerous lls.istera
were avert* and which could but have re
united'in loos of property ami Jeopardised
hundreds f lives.
The < *t of the malnteranc*' of the
***-rvi*. during th** year w.*s $1,585,896.
T)t** general au|H*rltitendent calls atten
tkrn *• Ike J taffies and necessity of an
Increase In th* compensation of district
superintendents w ho. h** believes, are th**
p*iotvst pail servants of the government.
• ms'derir.g the nature and extent of tlwdr
dutk*s on* I their heavy financial re-
MponslWllty. nnd h** mikes a strong plea
in their l*‘h:lf
• I'naciißrr* by Steamships.
pass* ngers by stcomshlp Tallahassee.
New York, for S.iv.innah, Nov. 17.
K M. Kllerhy, Mrs. A. E.
Bennett. Mrs. Skellcnger. Mrs.
1 <'hurrhi!l. Miss M. A Churchill. Mis*
Churchill. Martha Hill m*M. B. H.
Ghrnhardt A Lews. 'Mrs. R P. Brooks,
w H. Robert son. C P. Cole, o C.
Bneeny. 1- A Kl ldell. H. C Exley. J P.
Murphy. Mr. Emerson, C. P. Clark. Dr.
| w \V, Owens. J. H. Harrison. Miss M
' Mularkey. A H Bell and wife. A E.
I 111len. T McMahon. J Brace, Phis. Bel
! !. f.ger. Mrs. F. C. Baxter. Miss M. Carr,
iw. llramer. S. H. Lincoln. M. D. IVlter.
F. B. Folsom. A. L. Hoyt. Mrs. Hoyt,
.1 K. Betts, wife nn*l daughter. J. Bolton,
Mi- K. Thomas. W lllil G. Flyn, J. B.
i Plant. 1. Mtndwlch. H. H. Levy.
Passengers arrived Inst night from
| Baltimore, on steamship Itasca.—Miss
| lArttlc Webb, J New. It Drew. Mrs.
If F 1! irrison. G O. Olltert. H Msc
if ’*'. Mr* B. Macafee, N. W. Williams,
rises at 6 36 a. m. and sets at 4 36
High w*oter at Tybee to-day nt a.
i. nnd 6 24 p m. High waiter nt Bavan
mih one hour later.
I*liaaes of the Moon for November.
I>. If M
Full mon 3 o eve.
I st quarter 13 8 87 eve.
New moon 22 l 17 morn
First ijiuftire- 29 11 35 mom
Moon perigee sth. Moon apgce. 17th.
Altllll \l> AMI IIKI’ARTI UK*.
Vessel* %rrlvet leaterdax,
Steamship Itasca, Blllupe, Baltimore—
J J Cnrol in. ggent.
Itark S.l* nrio. (Hall. Pe Negri. (Nmofll
—f*hr. tJ. Dahl A C*.k
ltrk l*r -two, flfal), Amhroimrsi.
Roannoll - Ohr. <• Dahl A Cos.
Franc. -c, flt.yl), Bancalarl, Rotterdam
Strachan /i Cos.
S'ho**ticr Stella B. Kaplan. Merritt,
from below—M *ter. •
S< hooner Aetna, Chapman, New York
Vessels ( lenred lesterdST.
Rteamahlp Irk*. (Relg), Sy-tor. Ig>ndon
ami Antwerp Antwerp N. S Cos.
Rark I.orenxo. (Span), Cabot. Buenos
Ayr*?*.—Keteve A- Cos.
Vessels Went fo ger.
Rark Colin Archer, (Nor). Martlnitit,
Rark Klaa. fOer). Springer. Hamburg.
Bark Jul.u. Bweeney, Bntow.
Bchoctur T. W. Dunn, Ron*!, New York.
Vessels Vrrlved Wnnday.
Bark Ter*wt Vico (ItaJ). Ferraro.
Martinique- <*hr. O. Dahl A Cos.
Rark P.tlla* (Nor), Rederaen. Hull.—
Chr. fl. Dahl A Cos.
R.rk R'X l. (Nor). Krogh. Havre
Chr. Dahl A Cos.
Schooner huar T. Campbell. Steven*,
Harhudow M * ter*.
Ht’h*Hai**r Blanche, flopkin*. Harvey.
Went lo *e Sunday.
Steam*hlp Hurworth, (Br). Galhalth.
Baltimore Nov. 19.—Arrived, ateamer
Silb-d. *?earner J. B Hoskln*. JackM>n*
J’li Udelphla Nov. It.—Arrived, atenmer
Rob Roy. R. nandlnn; Rebecc-% M Wall,
Pert CHag *w. Nov. 17 —Sailed, *tearner
Huelx'a. Nov. t.— Sailed, ateamer Aqulla,
Newport. Nor. 17—Bailed. ateamer
Bnrrv Nov. IS.—Sailed, atenmer Ruth,
Tor* R x ii. 8 C.. Nov. 17 Arrived,
Sa*-nh D Fell. New York V B
collier. Hannibal. Portamouth.
Norfolk. Nov. *t—Arrived. a'earrer
Kdenbrxlge. fßr). Bavannah; Erhelaida.
Kex* Weat. Fla.. Nov. IS—Arrived,
at earner* M*cotte, White. Havana, and
*afcl for Port Tampa; tug A F. Dewey,
flyer. Punt a Oorda wkh barge tn tow;
•uhooner* Bophki licharnan, l’unu Ronaa;
The kin is the neat of an almost en<l
leas variety of diseases. Tbev are known
by various names, but are all due to vhf
•ante cause, acid and other jxjisona in
the blood that irritate and interfere with
the proper action of the skia.
To have a amooth, soft skin, free from
all eruptions, the Uood must be kept purr
and healthy. The many preparation* of
araemc and potash and the large number
of face powders and lotions generally
used in this class of diseases cover up
for a abort time, but cannot remove per
manently the ugly blotches and the red,
Cturnul vfgilanoo * tho prlot
of a bomutHut oompto x#on
when such remedies are relied on.
Mr H T SlK.br. i—a J.u Avenue, Si Loi
Mo ay* My daughter n afflicted for year*
with a disfiguring eruption on her face, which
reeutnl all treatment She wu taken to t
celebrated health spring* but received n -heu*
fit Many medicines w**re preacrit-ed. hut with
mat result until we decided to try S S S.andt-N
the time the first bottle a an fi man rtf the eruutkm
began to diaappe#r A dozen U-Mla cure*! he:
coaiTletelv an<l left her akin perfectly smooth
She i.v now seventeen yeara old an 1 n ta sign o!
the embnrraaatug disease has ever T-tumed *
S. S. Si a ponitivc, uiifaili!t cure for
the worst forms of skm troubles. It i
the greatest of nil blood purifiers, anti the
only one guaranteed purely vegetable.
Bad blood makes bad complexions.
purifies and invigo
rates the old anti
makes new, rich Mo* ■
body and keeps the
•kin active and healthy and in propel
condition to perform its part toward*
carrying off the impurities from the boi\
If you have Ecxrtna. Tetter, Acne, Sal
Rheum, Psoriasis, or your skin is rougl*
and pimply, send for our hook on 8100
and Skin Diseases and write our phyni
Clans about your case No charge what
tver for this service
tWIf T SPECIFIC COMPANY. ATLANTA. AA-
John W. Lcnnell. Philadelphia. Lttlk.
Tampa; Lilly White. Punta Boas a
Soiled, schooner Harry A. Berwind.
Femandlna. Fla.. Nov. V)-ArrlvH,
barkentltv J'nnie Sweeny. Taylor. Car
denas; Imrk* ntine Hr. Croix. Hints. Klo
Janeiro; wharmer L.t M Lunt. Cum
mings. Boston; schooner Flora Rogers,
Williams. Sr Vincent. B. W. 1
MaUd, st**r!m* r Mellbri*lge, <Br). Ben
nington. Rotterrlam. \ta Norffdk; schoon
er Agi:**e E. Waniiott. Babbitt, New York;
schooner Alvini. J. F. French, Rowling.
N*w York; schooner Inland, Si**fTonl.
Chariest or.. S 0., Nov. 18.—Arrived,
steamer Iroquois. Kemble. Jacksonville,
proceeded New York; schooner Charier J.
Willard. York Philadelphia.
Hided, steamer Algonquin. Platt, Jack
sonville; schooner Mary Curtis, Maker,
Bor' Tampa. Fk. Nov. 18—flailed,
nusimer Olivette. Smith, Havana, via Key
Pensacola. Fla., Nov. If.—Arrived, ship
lenu. (Br). Nibbs. T>ememm; birk An--
tmlku (Nor). An<wn, lla\Te; s< h*on*r
Imnna ('hrl*rlnii from Baltimore with n
etilid cargo of can goo*ls
Halle*!, tug Echo. Rowe, with barge
Trojan for Galveston.
Ntlrf to Murlnrra,
Pilot charts and all hydrographic Infor
mation will be furnished masters of ves
sel* free of charge in T’nlted Hratea hy
drographic office in Custom House. Cap
tains are requested to call at the office
Reports of wrecks and derelicts received
for tranrmKfion to the Navy Depart
IVr Belgian steamship Iris for London
and Antwerp, for London—2.sßß *'.**-k'
spirits $54,067.50; for Antwerp 2.581 spirits.
$'►2,109.25; 4,‘0) spirits in twrrelx. f)3.D>;
2..N0 barrels rosm. $5,859; ,W liiirrels cot
ton seed oil. $9.f00; 2W) cotton s**e*i oil;
$35/40-CVirgo by An‘w*rp N. H Cos
Per Simnish bark, Ixwenzo, for Buenos
Ayres, 2.4*" barrels main, sl9.Bßo,72—Cargo
by 8. I*. Hhottcr Cos.
Forecast for Tuesday and Wednesday:
Georgia: Rain Tuesday; Wednesday f.ilr
in western, probably ruin in eastern por
tion; fr*sb east to south winds.
Eastern Florida: Generally fair Tues
day and Wednesday, except probably
ahowers In southeast portion; fre.-h east
Western Florida Rain Tut May; Wed
n**s*lay fair; variable winds.
Houth Carolina: Rain Tu**s*l.ty and t*roh
ably Wednesday; fresh east to south
Yesterday's Weather at Hava nr ah—
Maximum temperature 2 p m. 78 degrees
Minimum tetnperaturo 4:2
m 62 degrees
M* in temi*ernture 70 degree*
Normal temperature 56 degre*
Excess of temperature 14 degrees
Accumulated excess since
Nov. 1 2 degrees
A'uniul.ited excess since
Jan. 1 182 degrees
Rainfall < inch
Normal 07 Inch
Excess since Nov 1 2.10 Inches
Deficiency since Jan. 1 6.12 Inches
River Report—Th** bight of the H.tvun
nah river at Augusta, nt 8 a m (75th m**-
rldian time) yesterday, was 6.5 feet, a fall
of 0 2 foot during he prece*iing twenty
Observations taken at the same moment
of time h * nl! statlovts, Nov. 19. IMW, a
p. m.. 75th meridian time;
Name of jiallw. J T | V. iltaln
Bo ton i alntnir ’ <'. 12 t
N< York ctty. cloudy... 14 ,ou
Philadelphia. dear 84 1*; .no
Washington ctty. clear... fit 1: in
Norfolk, clear 8$ a .o
Hatters*. dear 88 10 m
Wilmington. ptly r|dy (,< X, .00
Char lot te. cloudy *4 8 j .
Haleigh, cloudy 70 * 1 on
Charleston. cloudy 64 |, ip
Allanta, cloudy <n j a j >
Augusta, clear 68 j, *0
Savannah, clear fts l 1 .<
Jacksonville. clear 72 j, | .00
Jupllcr. ptly clily 76 || T
Key Went, clear 7i 8 m
Tampa, clear j 71 | .(0
Mobile, cloudy 1 72 ( 12 rj
Montgomery, cloudy 7n 6 on
Vicksburg. raining lll Mi
New Orleane. cloudy.... 74 m (*j
(lalve.nen. ptly ddy 74 12 .<)
f'orpue Chrlatl. clear 7S in r)
I‘a leal I ne. cloudy • M | a- .22
Memphis. raining f.( 14 ;
Cincinnati, cloudy M 1, x
Pittsburg. cloudy j. t
ll.iffalo cloudy M 32 j .5)
Ilelrolt. dourly I v. 12 j t g
Chicago. dourly R 12 14
Marquette, cloudy ... 24 I, i;
t*t Paul, cloudy 31 | l T
Iravrnport. clou ly | ji |, ■ ,04
SI. Louts. dear 88 in .00
Kanaa* Clt> load] 3* | 8 T
Oklahoma, pily cidy 82 8 in *
I lodge City, cloudy i 2H i 10 | .(I)
North I'latte, snowing....] 24 8 | T
H, H. Boyer.
Lax-al Forecast official.
Death of Mra. Elisabeth Little.
Louisville. Ga„ Nov IS -Mr*. Elizabeth
Little died here last night after a linger
ing Illness of several month* While It
known that she had been falling for
many month* he r midden death wa* a
great shock to her Innumerable friend*.
Three eon* and three daughter* survive
her. e*-Benator William Little, kfr. J. C.
Little, president and superintendent of
THE Lithograph and Printing Department of the Morning
New* is one of the largest in the .South. It is equipped
to do the best work in all branches of printing- Its plant
is modern and is operated by skilled people . . .
ftank Rook* of all kind* I. our iprctalty.
Check*. Deposit Slip* and general t, an k
. stationery the Morning New* <lo s In a
superior style. And no hank. It mattrta
not how email, ehould be wit iout our
lithograph check book*.
W'k make a .peclalty of doing cut work
as welt as lithograph work for all manu
facturing plimt*. not only In Georgia, but
In Alitena Florida and th- Carollnas.
t'nder thla head 1* emnrared Ouano Fac
tories. l'low Work*. Turpentine Mant*.
tf.iw Mills, Foundries, breweries. Machine
Shops In fact all kinds of enterprises of
A business mnn. no matter where he due*
business, can't afford lo lw* without i it
* stationery. If he k>ee nothing hut s* 11
eggs ho ought lo have It. Th* Morning
News make,, a speci ilty of doing n*t Job
for country merchants. An*l it t*k*
I’UMMire In sending samples with prl •
from which aelectionx may be made.
Record Book* for counties. Tax Books,
Official Stationery for towna nnd elite
la*gal Blanka and Forms of every deacrip
tlon we arc equipped to do quickly a::d
cheap and well
Lithographing I* a branch of the business
V which especial attention Is devoted. It
k the largest estaNlshment In the state
ar.d Is ot>eriit<d by the test arilst* In th
country. We cheerfully furnish estimate
and submit sample* of llthugraph work
When writ injc to us address the Horning News Job De
partment. Do not think that you are consuming our time by
asking us questions and writing for estimates. Whether we
get your order or not, wc shall be glad to offer the best we
Morning News .lob Department,
The Louisville and Western Railroad. Mr
R IV Litila and Mrs. J. 8 .Mills of this
c Ay. Mrs J N Bethea of Morange. and
?irs Amos Lockhart of Orlando. Fla. Hhe
v. as a sister of Col. J G. Cain of this
I'l •*. H* v. M F*. Cain of Maoon and Mr.
G L c.ln of Venice. The funeral oecurr-
1 at Fbfnexer Cemetery this afternoon
nt 3 o'clock.
GBOKtil \ II %%KI II.H TO MF.F.T.
Ltrrntlvr ( onnrll Will (iather in
Macon. Nov. 18 —The Executive Council
of the Htate Bankers' Association, holds
Its first meeting 10-morrow in Macon.
Nine prominent bankers, besides the state
;*r* fddent. will be In attendance. They arc:
F T. Hardwick. Dalton; Percy E. May.
Augusta, chairman of the Council; E A.
Copeland. Greensboro; B. W. Hun?, Ka
ton ton; E. D. Walter, Brunswick. Joseph
A McConl. Marietta; J. T. Anderson,
Marietta; Oscar Dooly, Tnlbottnn. J. A.
G. t’arson, Bavannah. and C. K. Beach.
ColumhtJt* After tneir session nt the
Aim rlcati National Bank, they will n*
I n*d nt th* Cherokee Club. They will dis
cuss association mutters.
This is the Trade Mark
of the Best Builders Hard
ware : that made by the
Yale &Towne Mfg. Cos.
Those who contemplate
buitdmg should send for our
artistic brochure "Artist and
H.H. PEEPLES &. SONS,
125 CONGRESS ST., WEST.
For Chicken Feed and Fertllixer.
NITRATE OF SODA
Invaluable for "home-mixed" fertllUer
The cheapest nnd most concentrated on
the market. Send for particulars.
II %Y,HAI*. COW FEED. HR AM, tTTt.
SEED OATS AND RYE
T. J. DAVIS,
•Thone 23. IIS Bay street, west
FINE FLORIDA ORANGES.
FRUITS AND VEGETABLES of all
SEED RYE. SEED OATS.
HAY. GRAIN. FEED, FLOUR.
CHEESE. DEANS, Teas, like Straw, etc.
IV. I). Si 111 kins t& Cos
A PERMANENT CURE
*f tbs most nhstliufr rssss of Gonorrhea
•*w! c : i*rsnt**orl in from 3 lo tt
Ji i to mWr trrstm*it required.
HoUI b? all drufrxlstf
JOHN G. HI TLER,
r*lnt. Olla anj UUs, Ss*h. Doors.
Blind* and Builder*’ Supplies. Plain and
Decorative Wail Paper. Foreljrn and Do
meaitr lemenle. Lime. Plaster and Hair.
Bote A Kent for Atwstlna Cotd Water Paint.
Concrtas slreel. weal, and 19 St. Julian
• real, weak
City of Savannah,
Office Clerk of Council.
Savannah. Ha., Nov. 10. i?e
The following appllcatlotu* tu r.u.l
liquor during the j.-ar ltol were r .i
mo* ting of Council Nov. It, If***. ..d j
ferred to Committee of the Who!*
\VM R. BA I Id! Y
Clerk of Coj;
Abram*. M. D . No. 42 Hull vtrect
Beckmann. Cieo., No. 112 Whltak*r **■••*,l
Cottlnghnm. John, eouthouat corner !r- m
ton and Broughton etreet*. H
Cottingham. John, No. WH Broughton I
afreet, weat. m
Carr John, 'timer Habersham and Rtv■
Dree*on. H E.. northeast corner St -x irt ■
on*i WUaon itytatt ||
Deignan. Daniel, No *3* Indian I
Dirk*. A J . No. 3rtf> Whitaker lureot. ■
CJeffken. Herman If . nonhxv*•:--* corneiß
Broughton and lTlce a
Graham, C. F., Pulaski Ilouee. Buifl
Hick*. R. M . No. 23 Congr**** *tre*t. rrn.l
Immcn. John 11.. north went corner Jon*s< I
an*l Habersham street*. |
K!uctn it), A . No, 637 SkOM street. 1
Lub*. John F. northwest comer Liber-1
ty and llalxrrsham at recta. I
Mendel. Carl. No. 6* Liberty street. ent.|
McCormick. Wm . No. C"* Indian sireef ■
Mcßride. T F.. No. 525 Boy atre *. *a>t ■
O'Keefe. Ja.. M inager. southw*! 9
Drayton and Broughton stre*- M
Sullivan, John, No. 15 Congress stre* .■
Sullivan, John J., No. 31 Bryan rtree? t ß
Travers, K., No. 34 Bull atree*. 8 r* vetiß
Watson A* Powers. De Soto Hotel Liberty*
str*et, near Bull e#r*'et |
Wade, J*?hn T. t-orner Oglethorpe av -H
nue and Houston afreets. ■
Fruil, Produce, Grain, Etc*
133 BAY STREET. West.
J. D. WEED CO
AAV AX a AW, OA.
Leather Beltlofi. Steam Packin? & Host
Agents for NEW YORK RUBBLK
BELTING AND PACKING COMPANY-
STOPPED THE COUGH.
Prather's Tar and Cherry Couj;h
DONNELLY DRUG CO.
Bat.lr Molaaata Heielieat*
"* , ’ hr C. M. GILBERT & CO.