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All 11.M.1T for IK* lirml laalril on
Mow Hvt. Conn, Nov. 23—Alt I* In
r*.ltm'** lor the urc.it game between
Yale ami Harvard to-morrow on Yale
fifld. Indeed. ho flrat Harvard contingent
arrived In the city (M-nlght on n train
ot ten iwrlor ram from .Boston.
With the arrival of that romionv of
"rrtm*on" supporters, the flrat money to
h* wagered on the tame from Harvard
*i pfwctera at peared. The Harvard m*n
demanded odd* of 10 to 7 In the hotel lob.
biea to-night there la Intenae excitement
The firellna In thi* city la that the ream*
will be a t'ioar one The odds In what lit
t* hotting there I* favor Yule elight
ly, and the oonflleno* of the Yale ooaeh
*re *a rreal
The pwyera do not express themnelvea
The Harvard men In town *eem to be Just
nnflder.t a* the blue *ii|ipurter*
The Yale 'Varally eleven of ISho ern
tains more veteran* than for *nme year#
,even f the men having played tiefore in
lh< big game* agalnat Harvard and
prti eier In weight the team averages
alee t the same as on prevlon* year* but
It dlfler* from past 'varsity elevei,* n
thst the line Is exceptionally h avy. The
total weight of the team la l.H*o pounds
nf wtilch 133! pounds Is In the line. I av
lna po’inds of hone and mua le hehln l
to and" t' • running and line bucking This
mag. an average of * per cent of tha
total weight of the team In the line,
wh per rent I* lehlnd It
T> 1 ■!<■ eleven I hi* year developed
verv o>:t kly and (rave promise earlv hi
the '-"0 of bring one of lh*- atrong-st
tha' represented the college. The
flr** . itn* were all won on large mar
gin* o Ithe season a (speared very roviin
-1(1 IV, eleven met Columbia o' New
York viii'ii there came a slump and the
Mur and while scored for the firs tme
ags , Vale in lt<n The Coaimbl i gam ,
however was a rrsat henertt to the
•lever. ■ It brought out many of Its
pep in i the i*am was *o strengthen'd
that i line up rapidly and In two weeks'
time almost swept the Carlisle Its! a a
off i held, much to the gr.itm aimn of
. .si tiers Yale has been verv fo tu
nvte thta year In that hut two of the
Star players have received Injuries la-fore
the Mg game.
Till: H tid'd IT IIEVMKti*.
laip Mas a Slruns Favorite lint She
boil Her It nee.
IV ishlngton. Nov. 23 —ldeal racing
weather oral a desire to see the marc Imp
run drew another large crowd to the
Hennings race track to-day. Imp dis
appointed her barkers In the handicap
race. She was a strong favorite at al
most even money, but First Whip beat
her by • head. Summaries:
First Race—One mil- and fifty yards
Althent. 10 to 1. won. with Rare Per
fume. 7 to I and 0 to r. second, ami Fir
rh'xhugh. 9 to 5, third. Time 1 IT
Recotul Race—Five furlongs. Cherries. 11
to 10. won. with Almra 13 to V' anil even,
second, and >bliged. 10 to 1. third Time
Third Race—Seven furlongs. I-eon Fer
guson. 1J to 5. woo. with Murd. lino, s tr.
1 and .1 to 1. second, end Old l.ank. 3 to
1, third. Time 1:29 4-5
Fourth Race—Six and a half furlong*
Me Addle, S to 5, won with Sadie 8.. 7 to
5 and ! to 5, second, ami Robert Waddell,
sto 2, third. Time 1:15 2-5.
Fifth Rare—One mile and forty yards.
Evelyn Byrd. 3 to 1, won. with Spurs. 9 to
1 and 3 to 1. second, and lieverage. 4 to 1.
third Time I th t-5
Sixth Rate Handicap, one tube ind one
dred yards. First Whip, 7 to 2. won.
* th Imp. 9 to Ml and 2 to 5. second, and
A' lUilh. 12 to 1, third Time 1:49 2-5.
ATLANTA HACK* ruitf'.ll,
Cirnar (.la <ll In Thai (ho Truck Wn
Atlanta. Nov. 23 —No rare* were run I
at Piedmont Pork to-day. and the autumn
meet of the Jockey clu! has been uncx- j
The track ha* been very heavy under
the recent weather and running ha* been
with great difficulty.
Many of the horses which have been
h.re Will be taken to New Orleans for
the winter season
Hare Helt* at hewport.
Cincinnati. Nov. 23 Hesults at New
First Race—One mile. TJtt i. 1* to 6. won.
with Baffled. S to 2. second, and Barilla,
S to 1. third. Time 1
Second Bare— Six furlonirr Ed Adnck
t to 1, won. with Aaron. 7 to 2. second,
and Horaa. IS to 5. thltd. T.me 1 IS I *.
Third Race—One mils and n sixteenth,
selling. ('aslie. S to 2. won. with Nearest.
.1 Simple Internal Itemed* 'lakes Re
markable fares of Catarrh.
People who have used sprays, inhaler*.
*elv.-a and washes for caiarrh and have
found how useless and Inconvenient tfiey
are. will be agreeably surprised Ml re
sult foilowlna the use of a pleasant, In
tsr and t.-mealy In latlet form; druggist*
everywhere admit that B'uart's Catarrh
Tablets, which they sell at 50 rent* for
full tiled treatment. I* the safe-t most
effective and popular of all caiarrh rem
Nearly all cheap cough mixtures and
thr.nt Wnengers contain opiates, these
h- ip medicines give a temporary relief.
‘ Specially with little children, by cleat roy.
Ing nerve sensation; the Irritation In
throat, which causes coughing. Is tempo
rarily removed, not by removing the
hum. but by deadening the nerves of
feeling the Irritation Is not fell although
• Is still there and will promptly re
Stuart's Catarrh Ta!d*ta Is the lies*
r*-m-dy to remove catarrhal secretion,
whether In the nose, throat or etoma h,
l a use they are composed of wholesome
entlseptlcs like Bueolyptol, Oualaool. Can
(uinarla and Hydraslln, when you use
' i*e lableis you know wh-.t you ate put
r.g Into your system and not taking
uanesa with cocaine, opiate* or stmlar
l>dona f.amd 111 so many atarrb aur*
n< l cough medicines.
Ur. Itamwleli In commenting on #atarrh
urea aeys: "I ran heartily recommend
hiuart's Catarrh Tabieia. because they
< .r.taln no cocaine nor other dangerous
found In so many advertised catarrh
ires. | have known of nant cases of
ng standing catarrh of lha head and
throat completely cured by the dally use
the iablets for several we. ks One
us In particular, which I could not
each with an Inhaler, end where the ra
t rrh caused dully headache* and not
•de loss of hearing. was entirely cured
'/ this harmless but effective ren edy."
Ur. Walnwrlght saya: "I never hesitate
lr prescribe Bluett s Caiarrh tablets for
arrhal heg.laches imd catarrhal deaf
* because I know them to be perfectly
*•l' fur child or adult and have seen
' any remerkaln* cures resulting from
•-r regular dally use; because they are
" .verllsed and sold in drug stores b no
*' 0,1 why any good Physician shouldnot
'* them, because we ahould seise upon
• f .e means of cure wherever found.''
Stuart's Catarrh Tablets are especla ly
table for catarthal colds In i hlldr*n
•cause they are pleasant to the taste aid
' "* v be used freely to brenk up acvete
■' * and croup hi the very beginning
*** drugglets sell the remedy nt fifty
“ nt# for full atsed packages.
A M,, 1 book on cause and cure of ca
''rrb mailed free by addreseln* the V. A.
Stuart Cos., Marshall, Mich.
PAINE’S CELERY COMPOUND
GIVES STRENGTH TO ALL WHO
£Hj|| ARE OVERWORKED AND EXHAUSTED.
t* £ Overwork has first eft vet upon the nerves;
■ ' wasted nerves dram the vitality of
stomach, liver and kidnevs. Impure, thin
hlood is made; the body throws weak for
S vva! nutriment and there is indiges
mrs. v. a. farron. Gon, acute pain in the back and head.
I Could Not Do My Work
“I was suffering with
rheumatism and was dis
tracted wiiith th, pain when
work, sleep well all night,
and wake up in the morn-
US EO NLY PAINE’S CELE RY COMPOUND
13 to 5. second, and Tuckful. 7 to 5, tf.W
Tim. 1 57%
Fourth Race—Six furlongs, selling Tom
Collins. *1 to won. with Nancy Till. 7to
1, s.rond, and Hurry Thobutn, 2 to J,
third Time l:15!i.
Fifth Race—One mile and seventy yards
Winter, 7 to 2. won, with t'terp, 3 to 1.
second, and Albert Vale. K to 5. thud
Tlni*- 1 '!>*
Blxth Baer—Six furlongs. Gold Ls*-k. 12
to 1, won. with Louisville Belle. to 1.
second, and l<ord Kruger, 2 to 1, third
'll** U.t'T 'TILL LEADS.
She Is 'lxmlng the Way to the
Now York, Nov 22.—There was a large
attendance nt Clermotit rink. Brooklyn,
this afternoon and evening, to watch the
grind for supremacy among the six con
testants out of the eight original Harters
Ml** Oast sill! show < the way for the
weupy cyclers, and at the etwl of to-night's
riding she had scored 397 mile* and 15
laps. But Miss Brandon, who l second, la
always on the lert willing to spurt
around the track with a view lo making
up that Jop which separates her from the
lender. At the cp.*.- to-night th f.glowlna
scores were reeopleii: Miss (lust, 397.15,
Miss Brandon. 397 14; Mrs. Lindsay, 392.
Mis* rtavls. 391 12. Mr* Bayne, SB 6. Miss
Field 'trials at 'ruins. '•
Newton. N. Nov. 23 —The ill-age
sink*' contesi of ;h<* Kistern Field Trait
Club was concluded this afternoon, with
the following result
First. Bloux, owned by Avert nnd Dor.
yea: second. Minnie's Otrl. owned by
tlcorge Croeker and handled by ft. C.
Bradley; third. Peg s Olrl. owned hy Mr
Jainison of Toledo, O . and handled by-
Birds are mote plentiful and the sports
men tire well ],-used with the results.
The suhserlption stake will begin to
morrow The prises are 2250. first; sl*o,
second, and LVt third. There are nine en
T q , 1
'lf Tlton OF ntOCQII ItF*.
Plan lla Been Adapted by the Ca
Havana. Nov. 23 - The Constitutional
Convention to-day adopted the following
"When the convention has been defi
nitely constituted, n period of thirty day*
shall be alolwed during which delegate*
nny pr. m iii proposal* as ths i.h-i* of a
conatilutlon, or an entire, draft of a con
stitution On the eghth. Sixteenth nd
twenty-fourth days the Executive Com
(Yilitee *h ill classify and print tbc various
projects in order to give the delegates
an opportunity to study them. The con
ventlon shall then dlvido into live ootn
mlttee* for tlie purpose of considering the
proposal*, making additions where It mny
*. m desirable or necessary These rom
| inittees shall each name one member to
i constitute anew comm ttee of five, whose
duty ll shall be to draw up i final project
tor presentation to the convention."
Mitt i tt t.KOHU t ( iiM i.iti;xi;,
an Id a Plan for It* lllvßlw Will Be
flri>n*lil t p.
Atlanta, Nov. 23—It la said there will
be sprung ah tiie North Georgia confer
ence a question that to the ministry Is
laden with s.|itional features—the di
vision of th< North Georgia conference
Into a Northeast Georgia and a Northwest
Those who are working for the proposed
division of the conference tnslet that th"
present cohesion of the b:g body I* due to
s ntlment alone, and that with sentiment
set aside a vote fuvorable to division I*
sure to follow The plan was proposed
two yeirs ago, at Augusta, but failed by
Kroger Invileil to Imerlea.
Boston. Nov. 23 —At a meeting to-night
of the Boston central branch of the Irish
League, resolution* were adopted pro
testing against the arbitrary suppression
of free s|>eeeh In ire.and and exist easing
graltflcwtfon at the splendid welcome ac
corded I 'resident Kruger In France A
cable message *• sent lo Mr Kruger
Inviting him to come to America. especlal-
M Bus bar
THE MOHNING NEWS: SATFHPAY, NOV EM HER ‘2l, 1900.
I m.VTH Mvtll W 111 ttaw*a.
A t hurcK f uafvrrare lit h*-e*l*t.
(Miter \ewi %iitr..
Wnycroe-. Oa.. Nov 23 Mr? William
Corbett's death le reported at Glenmore,
wet of till* city. Site hal I 111 about
two months. Her remain# were buried In
the Booth Cemetery, tear Manor. HU"
leave* a husband n<l eight small chil
dren. all girl* bin one.
It la thought that Ordinary-elect \V. T.
How.ll of Clinch county w.ll appoint
Hon. R G. Dickinson hi- deputy.
Permanent officer* have been elect.-.I
for the Oustoea Cigar ("omptny a* fol
lows: J. S. Halley, preswlent: J S Will
iam*. vies prenklcnt; aecretary, O. It.
Hrlngon: treasurer, A. M Knight, direc
tors, J 1,. Crowley, J. Dopes. K W
Fain, G. It RrlnwHi. J S Williams and
P. M Harley. The eaplisl ato k |*
• >'. with s<i prr err.:, already |m:• I ill.
Twenty elgar maker* an* implnyed.
The firm of Guthrie, Arnold A Cos., at
Manor, ha* been dissolved. Joe>-pn Ar
r.okl and T J. Jordan retire H. S
Guthrie iieaume* nil llabllllle* and col
lecta all debts The business will be run
under name of H P. Guthrie ami J. R.
Hon. H O M.ddletnn of Atkinson, plnnt
ed five acre* to sweet potatoes this ;tsr.
and hie yield i* fully W bushel* per acre
Ketlmnflrg the potntoe* at *1 cents per
luiehel would give him a crop valued it
22**1 per acre or ll.hnn on five acres The
c*-*t of planting nnd harveailng the en
tire crop 1* about IIUi, leaving a net
profit of 2S) on the live acres.
The flfih annual conference of the Wes
leyan Church of America I* In *<-s*lor.
here at the church on Albany avenue, of
which Rev. C. 1,. H. Dai I* I* pastor.
About 30 delegates and punchers are It.
attendance. The appointment* will Is- an
nounced to-morrow afternoon A com
mittee on pastoral relations Is ai work
on thi* matter now Rev H 8
Abbott of Knoxnße Tenn.. le pre*ldlng.
and J Dawrenca of Ahburn. I* tm."
tary It 1* understood that Rev C. D.
H. Davl*. the pastor at Waycroee. will
not oaillnue in hi* pastoral rdetlou. but
will engage In evangelistic work Rev
August Mvers of Tlfton la *poken of as
pa*:or of the church here, to succeed Mr.
Git AND .H 111 lit 155 lI'TIGATE.
f Knraril There I* n 84.00n.U0U lc
-tlelener in \** lurk.
New York. Nov 23—The grand Jury on
Monday will begin an lnvestlgnilon of
charges preferred by the Merchant*' As
sociation that there |* * deft-lem-v of tl,-
UfiO.OhO on the book* of Ihe water depirt
aiciu, representing sum* which lh# city
las been k-p: out of In the U(l twenty
Tallnlinseec Ifni Note*.
Tillabnssee. Fla , Nov, 23—At a epeelal
m<-et!ng of tho Pity f'ouncll on Wednes
day bight, A C. Rplller was unnnlmouslv
elect'd councilman to fill the vacancy
caused by the death of John T. Bradford
Thomu* C. Watts captain of the Ja. k
sonvllle Rifles, ha* tendered Ids resigna
;lon, having decided lo locate at Dake
The Ollmore-Davis Hardware
are doubling the *!zn of their buck tore
on Monroe street
A A Johnson has been appointed In
s|isctor of naval afore* at the |g>rt of
The Seaboard Air Dine will put on a
new passenger train between Tallahassee
and Jacksonville next Sunday. The
schedule will he as follows: Reave here
at 315 a. m . arrive at Jacksonville *:!(> a
m. Reave Jacksonville at 7:9a p. m.. ar
rice at Tllaha**ee l:0h a. m.
l.ntertalnnient at fSnrien.
Darien. Oa . Nov 15 Th*- conc-Tt at
the Courl House lasi nlglt: lor the Iwnelit
of Ihe rrosbylerlan Church wa well at
tended and In all re*r#* was quite a
success. Home talent was drawn upon
und responded generously There were
muftic an.l recitation# of all sorts, and It
wa# si' of a high order Refreshment*
were served. The proceed* of the even
ing were finite satisfactory nd the church
debt has l sen materially decr#a*ed
The tollers arc practicing as el il noddy,
preparing for the Thankegivlng Day game
with Savannah, and also rur the Chrl#’.-
ma* Individual conte*! lor the silver -up
presented tfi club by Mr. Robert Man
MAKER 54 151* Ilia HI IT.
I'romoffej Mm-il for III© *lnrr for
I orißliiK * olfon Triii.
Mew York. Nov. 22. —The api Liit- di
vision f tn© Bfipwnt© Court to-#lny nftlrm
*•! th© Julkm©r.t of th© low©r court h
iL- #t** v in W. Baker, against John
H. lvrk© oc uL Thi© ra* i >uH by n
pr<vn..t©r ©pmfriWi fhr©© other© prooKNcrf.
t* i* over what wii rJl©©*l t*> h© stn-
Bok* r un lwr a >n!r©i l**iklnK to i •
roi Noliflaiion of th© cotton duck it*Hi ry
of ih© country.
Th© rlffeiiilHiit demurr©4 n rul c|iim©l
tiiai ftiich :% contract m a rcotmint of
4r*l© and coull not be ©nf.r4*©l ll*
iiilm* l that th© combination finally r
-ri©'l • • *it wa© an Illegal vmhlnation on
iru©t and for a©rvt*e© t> a*’comfii©h ©uch
a purpooc ihcr© can b© no r* *v* r>. Th©
combination w.© * ff* ©i♦**■! through trwn©-
f**r to lh© Mount Vernon Wood berry <’ot
t>n Thick Company,
JuHiice Plttf*’nlii overruled the demur
rer an I (tin-* i*tj ari inprlix'utorjr Ju*ls
mnt It© ru r* *l with th© umal leave t.
withdraw ih- dccmirrcr and anjw#r Thin
Judpm©tU th© atKM lint© division alhrm
ri 4>kort % i b\ im it off.
Onl> Mt*nm of 4 omiiiiinirntlon With
V*©kln It l> \4 Htftm.
Ti n Tain. Nov. 24. via Shanghai.—Tran*-
jx-rtation by l*>at to I>ltin c©a©©d y©a©r
day owinsr to *■ © lr fh© river an*l in fu
ture iintil th*' raid road ©hall hav© l< ©n
complof©d. tho only mMhotl nf tranwpor
tatlon will l*© by wagon train**, which
will occupy thr**© day© in m-iklrta th©
Journey It ki announced that thi rail
wny will 1© ready for operation by
A British 'l*lf©n of Tonaku wa recent
ly ordered by th© Ruaalan nuthorifle© o
vacate the pr* owned by h m within
forty-el*hi hour©. A company nf M©dr©©
pioneer** w.- ©©nf to protect th© ritis*-n
and to prevent hi© ejectment.
min t:* for Tiifi ni.imoi.
Itaay of Them l>lf rlhiifed In lh© N
Wa©hlnfr ©n. Nov 23 - Mi*lff *ry actlv
ity In th© Philippine I© indicated by a
report received © th© War Department,
which ©ay© that flev. J. C. Goodrich, th©
agent of th© American Bible ffociety In
Manila. 1© buejiy ©r.gaired in dietrihuting
the ft*rlpt>ire© in native dialect©
th© variou© J©hfvfc A cople©
of th© jro*pc| a ordlnf to Bt. Matthew
tin©iat**l into 1 galg already hav© been
dtftrlbuted. I>r VioodrWi l© now w*irking
on other traneiatloii© of th© Goapel Into
V;Mv,m, Cebu-ViMiyan. Jliocano .rwl Pam
panco. Th© native# are ©Jd to receive
rendintr matter of thi.* kind eagerly.
Aftlll.*4TEVl n\ ©I N*|< |>3f.
Wheeler Mm ll© Imiillraterl In lt©-
reuf Iraln ltll©r%.
8t lAdin, Nov 2S.—Jame* Wheeler, who
dei lares he 1© a rsUlnta-l man from P •
dneah, Ky . wa# arrested n* the T'n on
©tiitifai bite t*>-ni*ht on au#pl of I>e
ing connected with hold-up of an lr >n
Mountain train near Gifford, Ark \V# 1
nday night Wheeler bid l-k* In bill©
In bl© I* el*w ' the lm* ©f hi* ir
re#t Underneath hi© Jean* trxiaer© h©
wore a pair of overall!, which were cov
ered with mud. M© explained thi* by
raylntc that h© b.**l traveled over ina
mountain# of Kentucky for eevcral day©
prior to hi# J |*artui© f*>r PU. Louis
Many 4 lafmnaia In Alnakn.
\Va*hlngton. Nov 23 annua! re
fort of Gov. John G. Brady of Al*k
io th© Secretary *>f *b Interior ur*e*
kOncraaalonal le<l<daUoo on the axtenton
of the genera! law# to Alaska, giving th©
native© th ©am© leal ©fatu# the
white© nivl ihe representation of Aia#k i
by a delegate In <'ongre©#. Tho report
My# that at Cap© Nome “everything and
everybody 1 pci* mail; mere are now ©ev
eral claimant© for each town #oa, beach
claim and claim, fully 25,000 p©opie
are waiting the action of the court there.*'
kennfor Ihivii I© Worn©.
ftt. Paul, No\. 23- Senator Davis 1#
worse to-night, hi# dcsirUUA having in
*l.l. lilt u:u AT W Pi HUM.
Hits •••! rut mi t(©*irl— % lilaao tu
WrM \% *} ••#*.
r*v • * Nov A w©
put *u r rl \ !t*nUy by 4h# clerk of
u b'i|*#n-r i ourt of War© eoum\ which
1..* i in Intern*! revor.u© *t.imp* at
t > b<x| i. u It wm * tltv W-i from Fo*©-
man a V:l nine *n to J. 1< nihl T Itunn
for the t i'i' run v \\ :UniM>n turp©ntln©
pla< •' >n in til from to
H kl i hi iik *everal fhotiMPd acr©*
>t tin i*t jif land in South Georgia 1
nil the ©to* k ami fixtun i* of the place
Thf M - Harm hitvr arh ud , new j
mil l'o* tmi * tv *in lUntv. <hi th* liruiif |
wik ai i! Western IVillroad That! iM*
oftlo le * aUf'l l silrfnx.
A Jorge row.l fo.lowetl tho llromen to!
th* plant of tbe Sntlltn Manufn- Turing
('iji i \\ t-1 W.n. riHH Mi •h* ' at
- v\llf'ii tu imu jient in fi*m ihn* i*rt
of i*w Tif uunouiK emettt ihnt
bhi/.e w . tn the s.'iillU (’*onii*dny’M plant
• aiiMil a riv/i 4>f But th#* j
hi* 'i| in S4itn* i 4'K.ro hn*t**>. l* '
4 <1 s4 \ i (*u )Mt(U fr*>m th*-
mi.l Two of ihem were *l#-*ii>>*•*• I. one
•f w i- ti h t>ng< .! t 11 S
the other to Minn* Mt hlleton
ll Ull*h l f*l. I. i• Wtii b‘* eoine
I!.ki M m the l>uk* Ml* wi or t’n- i.
Another >.-nr A>M* uua terriicirv w.ll I
be take in ai .1 tie work ma*le miu-i
•Mrongei rt w •] . m Ml m* \ ha i
‘•••r\*l th* w<ik ihi' Viiii til if |e un
ilirruxul vit h |* op;# want him t> r*-
Th# 11 mw> m.. rj( |v fetr nominating • in
411>ii• h f.i ,\ti| un i ••itiit Hmni %\il
h* h* I*l *nr|\ |r In*. • itv:***r T;ure I * ntm# :
iik of ofipoollkili t the mnnht
-I**l “fl* * “*. a *f ft , por*ibo my
t**- a lively ,
HlMi p i V K Nelman wi! x -sit \Vaittom
P‘ lit * lutirK the A 'hde nxMiry of
StMi wh m nim* here nf that
There wall U- u number of mlnlu
ter an.l *l* •* -*•■ from
|H''<A4'Mt fait Mr NYlhoii will
■n : onflrm ili r\ . n Them lv
i gtMl clan f*r confirmation.
thi nr* %it i intii in -m
I lint *#.%• I lint h llenioumriitrU lit
N-w York, N**v .* I'httrlfi It Flint *n
he coiirifw of .in .i hlremi m*forr the fmt
lo.*k Club at M.*i ?. lair. N J . referred to
t*Mn ns folk ws
“Tbln new ‘consolidation’ has come t<*
-t *v I.ef no young man think otherwln
That fh.■ i war# f>etl*.| in o;r re *n f preal
•leniiai election. The tru f It* here for
uinl uiKler the near eyitrm that 1'
htlriK.'* In bualtieee, lncreaaeil
;otclllgn. mi mental m-umni
are rtfnwinil** I of the hutlnew*
man P may iherefore f*e that a c#a||*gt
.t* eln. at lon wlih tb# mental tralnlnK
it mv .iv# win n the future l* of grear
• r iin|M*rt nce than It was tn the |aat
to tfi* btialnes.fi man In . measure thle
ha* t*e*n a I really ihown '
I MIKH wi.mioi a < || %llt.t:*.
%\eik Indlrttal for rorving !'•>• tiiina
ler (*rn#ralb \naaie.
Irwllur idils |ii*l . Nov & —The f. .Wai
cr mi Jury to*iny returned four ln#H ‘t
tuetile >**calnH J* .e* Wetk *f Oreen<aat|e,
prominent i** lltlcian an#l one of the au
tnom of He mi n an I Waik'a “hlff of
Lltuoln hi th* li*st r!r*‘ rmjntv V\’4*lk
! - orfcvi with iefrau lit.tr rallrtwnl com
>ini9* I*> a I nltel Htate*.
•tfleer. erh count being for a e**T*arate
• -il* i**e The f l| Count la th* m*.et a*
Pone, however ari ettarg*.-?• him with
forttlrg the name of Foatmaater tleneral
Smith to the credential* as a poetofflca In
jai'tor. which tie meii In dt'fraudtng tbe
Milr<* i*i n>m: an!*
*f%n h%\ |,|7| hi, %|| | % KNITTED.
~~ 1 1 "
llltf•*! Iteitiniitlcfl \\ nteli After
I■•*• tin If an n Met.
Lima. 0., Nov 22.—William Bigelow to
iiy mu*e| the arreat of hi* aweetheart.
Mlag Zella Mullahan. on the charge of
pocket pi- king I Mg'low w ager* <1 hP
vatrh aKHinat Mlo MullNhau'i han*l In
marriage that Pry tn wouM be e|ec*ei
*r**l the watch wan pl.iee/f In the hanie of
t glrl e Mother aw *iakeholier Afei
t !i* •! ction Htgelow #fetiMin*le#l the return
of the watch, but the girl refueea to Mir
H\ltt Ilia HE %HT l IIHOKEh.
V\ rgerate*|er Hr lll** Wurrfliearf
for llreneli of l*r*rtle.
Apringflehl. HI.. Nov. -Oenrg* Weg
erateier of New Berlin, filed auH to-iav
osklng and iriuit' from Betty !>>n •
••f thlw city. He allege* he hue been
keeping comian\ with Mtew Long for
two >era. .ind that ah** h hrok#m her
promise to marry him; that In the lan
mvo year* he ha** H|enf *-oneldenihl*
money for railroad fare and other ♦ *
leneea in hla *'#>urtihip. and that h
heart 1a broken
W %\T** THE IMAVKY Aftf'H.
rhnrleafon Mm t.et It for Her f on* -
New York. Nov 22 W’ork win auepend
ed on tearing down of th© Pewey arch
10-fiiy a a reault of a renu*‘ii receive I
in thla city from the management of the
Routn t'.irollr and Wert India Kapod
tion •< Chiirlewton H C. Thia exponttion
m scheduled to take place tn is>l and thi
management havo expre.-aed a w|ilingne>**
t* r**mnv the arch from N**w York to
(hi 1 * city.
I lon <f the I*, mid V
I mil Millie Nov 23 —Tb*- moat thorough
inspection trip in the history of the
vllle and Nashville FUilroad wm t**rm n
ate*l to-day. The prlx** for the beat *ll
- was awirded to t ie Montgomery
11vi|on. the ugura being h 3-t Tn© beat
section was captured by A Idyvli •. 11l ,
a small town on the Rt Lou ,* division
For*--ftl for Baturday mix* Biwlv:
Giorlu—lt do Bliirfl*y. •x rpt fair In
dou:h*-**t [*ff I 100. rol(br in nor I h wo, l
[Mirtlon. Kumlay loir, ooolor in oamorn
portion; varloblo winAo.
liaftlorn Florlli -Oon-rvlly flr Bilur.
'lay nn*l rliifirViv; vxrtablo winflo. mod 1 v
i fr.iih In Mterly.
Rlv*r Rfpor; —Thr high! of lh> ftavxn
nnli rlvrr t AusiikH. at * n m 75th m.
rlhl in tlm*', jrnffinrflav *m 7 ! fr< t a fill
of 0.l foot during th>* pr>- oding twenty
H. B. Boyvr.
Iri KorwaH oflic Ml
better than cure. Tutt’s Liver
Pills will not only cure, but if
taken in time will prevent
dyspepsia, biliousness, malaria,
constipation, jaundice, torpid
liver and kindred diseases.
TUTT’S Liver PILLS
ABSOLUTELY CURE. .
If you will buy three
Old V lrginia Cheroots
and smoke them to-day you will get
the greatest amount of comfort and
satisfaction that 5 cents will buy in
a smoke, and get it three times over!
You haven’t any idea how good they
arc and cannot have until you try them.
Try three to-day instead of a sc. cigar.
Three hundred million Old Virginia Cheroots amoked this
yesr. Ask your own dealer Price, 3 lor 5 cents
McDonough k ballantyne, y
Iron Founders, Machinists, m 1
# ##• *• •
•it iiiml I'lirfMtilr I liulli*'*. \rr*lil iM*t I** H miH.tu. K- -
t orn Mill. **,, u „r lit II HIM I *’•■. **! ••*. M* i >JT‘ , iifir^Si
TELEPHONE NO. 123.
A \nVKI. FROroITIt>.
I'lnn tu vritlr 42ubrruntnrlnl Conirtl
8: Raul. Minn Nov 23—Clmliman I,
A Rooinc of ihu l>vm.-iail<- Biam < >m
mtltrc. haa wrliian lotlrr to Oapi C.
C M hlinuy. iwcrfttary of ihu Him* If.-
imhtk.in t '.vmndttftu, tn which h* makx
h novel pioiHiaiiiloo It: view of the talk
,il i content over the goveinortihtp. Alt
Iliulna (>rofioftrft that (he I.itm. rati. Coin
mute.: nle.h four oountle- ami the It'-
|iut.tu ina ftetert lour, aiul Hm lh*- vole
,i, there counlte* be inmnlnl. If the
rr<wMint doe.* not ahow net gain for Oov.
Und of fell vole# Mr Itcelon de. jare*
ilia all furihei ronton! will !# abandDn-l,
Kilt eheukl tlov. Uud niwke the gain
111 (he ."Hilll.-O 10.1 l aie.l the elate le to
On the face of official returne Van
.■4un(. Repuhlloan. h* a idiirallty of 2,30 u
I’rnmoilon lor Rllrhener.
lavndon. Nov. 23 —The cabinet to dev
.l.'Cl'led to recommend Queen Victoria to
make \|aj Hen. Lewd Kitchener u lleu
teiwatit general, eo an to enable him to
take over Uie eupreme command in Buth
Africa when l.ord Roberta leaves the
ho IllaKt lo 'ltn l hem
In<lkma>o|l!i, Nov 2*.—Jmlge Raker of
Ihe roiled Slates ldetrirt Cnurl, In a
in.log to-day eald flint In hie o-union
rutigreee tiae no right to tax judlelal ppo
r*-e.ltng and certlfleatea of the fteveral
1.1 a. %I. MITII K*.
OKORQIA. CHATHAM f'fil'NTY
Whereae. Primp M Ruatu.ll Jr has ap
piled to Court of Ordinary far letters dle
mleaory a# guardian of Ihe pro|eriy of
Nellie 8 Bnrhee. formerly a minor
There are, therefore lo rite and ad
monish oil whom M may concern lo ho
and appear In-fore eald court lo m >ke ob
jection on or before the flrei Monday In
Pecemlier next, otherwlee eald letters will
Witness, (he Honorable Hampton 1,.
Frrrlll. Ordinary for Chathom County,
tMa th# 7th day of Novrmber. 19U0
FRANK K. KEIL.BACH,
Cl#rk Cl. Ord'y. C Cos
OFHRrtI A? CHATHAM CnINTT
Wh#ri. Hopple Htrmanii # has applied to
Courl of frrdlnary for letter# dlsmlasory
as guanllan of Morton M. and Arthur 8.
Th#e* are. therefore, to rite and admon
ish all whom It may concern to b and
appear before eald court to make older -
ttoo on or before Ihe flrel Monday In 1
ccinber neat, otherwise raid letters wl I
Wltneae. Ihe Hon Hampton U Ferrlll.
ordinary for Chatham connly. this lh#
Mi day of November. lf
FRANK E KKII.HACH,
Clerk Ct Ord'y. C. C.
NOTH'F TO DKRTORB AND CREDIT
OETlIiniA. CHATHAM CDI'N'TY
Notice |e hereby given to all jiereons hav
ing demand* against Jonah la Wal
thour, late of said county, deceased, to
present them (o me. properly made ou>.
wrhln ihe time prescribed by law eo a
t< show their character and amount; and
all person# Indebted fo eald deceased are
required to make Immediate isymait lo
EMMA ROBERTS WALTHOFR.
Savannah. Oa . Nov. 7. 1900
HEOROIA. CHATHAM COCNTY -
Notice Is hereby given lha 1 have made
appßcaiton to the Court of Ordinary for
Chatham county for leave in sail thh east
ern |x*roci of lee of land Number 37
O'Neld ward. In tha 'tty of Savannah,
having a frontage on Walkar afreet of 45
feet, more or las*, and a rectangular depth
of 54 feel, more or leae. together with the
lmprovem*na thereon belonging to eafate
of Ellen Morgan, deeeaeed. for Ihe pay
ment of debt* and distribution, and that
eald order will be granted at the Decem
ber term. 19m. of eald court, unless objec
tions are filed ther-ro.
M A O'RYRNE.
Nov 9. 19hh
NOTICE TO DEBTORS AND CRED
GEORGIA—CHATHAM OOCNTT -No
tice la hereby given to all persona having
demand- against John Murken. late of
•aid county, decea.ed. fo prevent t ena
to m'- properly made oul. within the lime
prescribed by law. an as to show ilieir
chararter and amount. and all par-ona
Indebted lo said de. eased are requir'd to
make Immediate payment to me
MRS DOROTHEA MFRKEN.
Savannah. Oa . Nov. IS. 19#f>
JOHN G. BUTLER,
Ihtinis. oils end Glaaa. Sh, D'tona.
Blind* anal Builders' Suiqtlles. Da In and
lueoratlva Wall Paper. Foreign and Do
mestic Omenta. Dime. Plaster and Hmr.
Hole Agent for Abegllne Cold Water Pa ot.
20 Congraaa atrset west, and 19 St Julian
I STOIMMiI) THI: COKill
I Prather’a Tsr and #Serry Ciu*h I
| DONNELLV IIRUO CO. |
Kaapty talaaaea HagshraUa far
’ ”' \M. GILBERT & CO. i 1
111 1 11 1 si..
City asf M.tvjiinah,
om * CUrfk **f Council.
RAVanmiti, Oil Nov. 16, 1900.
Th© folkwlik*e uppl. uiioiui lo retail
liquor riunn* lh© yai li©l w'r. r©aal qt
*f Cou;v* U \*>v. 14. U<. *tul r
f* rr<l i< Committ** of ih Whoi**
WM V HAII.KT
rifrk of Council.
Ahrm. M I> . No. 4.- Bull ©r#-s*
lifN-km inii. U©o . .N* U 2 \VhlUk©r
Cotilr>rhnin. Joiin. •-*rner l>ray
ton ami Broun hum wii#***t
Colt inf ham. John. No. . Brouirhton
Curr. John, <ri#*r Httl<f*nharn nnd B,iy
Ir#*#*at*n I! i: nortlwat
IViarnn. I*mt# l. No In*llan #tr©©t.
Dirki* A J , No 9K WMlnkw Mr©©4.
Brouahton an*l l*r *• mrw
Urnttam. C. F . Buluakl lloua©. Bull
Hick*. R M . .No. 23 Comrr#*©© west.
1 mmrn. John II northw©*t corner Jonca
an<l llal*n*r©n mr**lr
Klurniati. A No AT? Him© ©tr#*©t.
Luhn, John F. rnmrr I#kh©r
ly an*l 11 ah© r© ho m ©t r©>#* t©
Y’hirl. No Liberty ©lr©©t ©aft
M ' ormU k Wm N* *. Ir.iiin ©tr©©t
McllrM© T F No. Mb Bav ©r-**, ©aat.
O Krrfi*. J Mfnaa**r. ©*thw*Rt ’ornar
f>r©ylon #in4 I’.ronahion tr#rli.
Huiilvati, John. No r. Comer*©© ©tract,
Sullivan. John J . No. 3h Bryin ©tr©af,
Tr vt m, K., No 34 Bull atr**©t, flrr©Y©n
Watson St Bowers. !>* Hoto Hotel, Liberty
street, near Bull ©#r**f
Wal#>, John T . txirnrr Oirl©thorp© ava
nu© ami Houston ©trccin.
Wood Mosaic Co.’s
llav© Ilaid in nwiciy **f ih© *
fort tbit hmi © in N< w York. Boston and
othrr i'Hl©** M*r* ©laanly ©ml **-on*
than BliUn and fnn* y fl*wra laid
and |M>liluii •'ompb'ir ov*?r ©ld floors,
mikinK a all*l *n<l U*HU4iful imi-rov**-
H n vlna a number of floor© to lay In Ra
vannsh this momh wr ©an quot© # ina©
mrur** CatiUoitu© and *-a4lmat©© may hn
h*l l*y oddrfwdn* J M AhAMH.
Box 2A‘l. Hnv.tmi.tb, or 2J7 N Charlaa
NITRATE OF SODA
InvHluabl*' for "homa-mlard** fertiliser
Th© and m**st ron**entrat©d on
th© markrt 8* and for partl- uiara.
iHY.tiH.IB, t 04% H.U>, IIK 4%, Hit.
SEED OATS AND RYE
T. J. DAVIS,
■Phone 223. 11* Buy street, west
Fruit, Produce, Grain, Etc.
*33 bay m ig.lt. wsm.
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la urp %4 *©•..!• VIM M*a
V —T• ■*. riMse.k Taka ■■ alb**
WA yj liaftrtM m 4 latte
I / IT (>•* s-#r r rwsr ira#s**t WM#4a.is
l w •* *■' PartirMitn. T
V W JB aaN** Itrllrf Par I •#!*•.•• **•* ©•
A P fr* Moll. -Hua.-.*.* "2**
-r #1 liiMiir. CBOwUr <#f| i#al £w
MNii'k HM |>l© V*4lM4i ()••©. * llllftA-. I*4.
to mu. *©**••! * u*- • #•• yaa
These tiny Cspsulea ar tupenod
I\l to Balsam of Copaiba,
CURE IN 48 HOURS\3©J
Mri the eattie diseaees wlthoitj
£*M />r ft lldru~fists % j
.Ree JIUT s fnr ennelunl
rrltttJ "ft, or ui<vr*lio#g
<( til uCo • . Dj.lulr.MS.
fftluleee. .0-1 dot ulrta
, g.nt or tnuoaous.
•oM kg DriirtUU.
o sent le Hein wr,**,
Olfealar am <,u rmmmttk
W. ROSS qravener.
UAH.WAY AND MIDI. 91IM-LIBS,
rrovld#ot Bullflkif •svtnr.ab, Oa,