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'" wvsr .:ii.irst.Tr-'3.TJ J' Tri MACON BEACON. rittUUIlUD B VHRV SUTORfcAt BY P. T. FERRIS. fttibsertptlon, in advance, per annnro ai.liO. OificioT Piper we'wii flifoM M Macon. Saturday , April 1 M896 JOAII. SCIHiDBLE. urli botiml mall eloses.w, 12:20 p.m. frlortli bouhd mull closes :W p.m. Xlght (riil it, uorlb unit south P.m. Msuct Older utiles opens 9 a.m. closes 4 p.m MegistorluHsr " .. 8k.m. " 6;30pin Ws sro authorised to fMioOnc HON. A. Y. VOX, . it t candidate for Congress, subject to tu actiou of Urn Wenwcrntll prt. ' gf'-K.l Li-t--OULAJLI! LUigg HON. CLARKE LEWIS. When n great ami good mau It giv m to the world, acts Well (he purl a signed to him In life's battles, finishes hi work nod Is cnllrd to hi reward, the rrnirmbrauca of him should ha .)crpot usted and Ills every rlrtiis era ulsted. Such t msn ws my wsrm Mend, Hon. C'lsrto Lewis, Noxubee's loved but departed sou. Mon baatt tltul things hnre been snld and writ ten ol him siuce his departure t ho 13t!i tilt., but I cannot refrain hiving tome thing to sny myself, and 1 ask for spr.ee iu jour paper. I saiii at the . com mencement of this tribute, wheu a great nud good man is given to the world .to." Bro. Lewis wss a great lion In the truest sense ol that term. " He that is slow to anger is bettor tlihu the mighty ; slid he that ruletii his spirit thmi ho that tnkelh a city." Those are the. word of Israel's wise king. Left fatherless when only two years old, his whole life was a coniin. net batllo with victory as his constant companion. Someone wlio rends the lust seuteuco may sny, surely ha was defeated in his aspirations for con press in 1891. Not so; it was Die grcotosl victory of his life, iu that it gnvu to him llio opportunity to show to his fellow-cilizeii how gracefully a truly great nun can submit to wrong, resulting In seeming deleat, and at the same timo give impressive demonstra tion of his will power to perfectly rule his spirit. At tlio very commencement of the Confederate war ho enlisted iu the in fnutry and was elected lieutcnsnt of his company, but iu a few days a sad accident belal him his horse full with him and fits leg wss broken. This un fitted him for infnufry an.l his patriot ism led him info tho cavalry. It was soou apparent that his crippled condi tion disqualified him for the calvary scrvico. Then he joined tho artillery, was captured at Fort Morgan and was a prisoner until tho closo of the war. . in 1877 he represented Noxuboe county in the state legislature aud af terwards was a inembor of tho filsi aud 52d congress, alwsys reflecting credit ou his constituents His nomi nation lmi;tall by his folio w-sitizens of Noxubee comity as their fi.tt choice for congress in the next election shows how' we appreciate liini. Bro. T4eyis, was boru.Stoy. 8, 1840, near Iluutsville. Ala. Ha was three years old when his widowod mother removed to Mississippi. Ho was mar ried to Miss liaitle Spann Feb. 4th, 1863. This was a hsppy union ; there was no truer husband or more loring ud dovoted wile. This whole com munity sympathizes with his bereaved companion, Bro. Lewis was convert ed aud joined tho Missionary Baptist Church August 16th, 1877, and no man was truer to his church aud church vows than he. lie loyed his chosen church but had room in tils great big heart to love those of other communi ons and of dlflereut persuasions, al ways according to others tho privileges he claimed for himself, namely, to choose for themselves. He was ever ready to witness for his Saviour, would always respond when called ou to lead in prayer, anil his warm prayers nt times carried with them an eloquence that Is unknown save when accompa tiled by the spirit's onergy. Hit eve ry act was marked by clirittiut, integ rity. Is it any wonder, then, that when the summons came ha was prepsred t Any wonder he should say Iu his lust sickness, " wife, I am uol afraitl to die. I am willing to mcot my record;" Bro. Lewis was a great sufferer but no mur mur escaped his lips, am told ; the iliviuo grace was sufllcicut for him. " Many are the afllictions of the right cons but tho lord delivereth him out of them all." Out ot them all ? Yes. his sufloriugs aud his works are all en ded und he now enjoys the rich re ward of an honest and well spent lifo. Farewell my Jurolher for a short while; we will meet ajaiu. Sloop tweotly while tho stars watch your resting place, until God our Futhcr shall gen tly wake his children into a new and tiuclouded day, a flay that will have no ending. May I lie God of all grace us lain his disconsolate companion. B. r Pjiillii's. Simon S. Hartman of Tnunellou, W. V has boon subject to attitckt of col abiutoncoa year nud would have d it or ami would I lieu stiller for about twelve hours as much as some do when tlicy die. He was tak en recently juul too samo as at otlior times and coucludod to try Chamber Isiin's Colic, Cholora ana Diarrhoea Ktomedy. Ho says, " I took ono dose of it and It gave me relief iu flv3 min utes. That it more than anything else has evnr done for me." For salo by tirogglsts. Consumption Can Be Cared by tlio un of Shiloh's Curo, This grtftl Coifjfli Cure is tho only kuown remedy lor that lerriblo disease. Bockten'i Arnica Salve. . The Best Salvo In the world for Cuts, Bruises, Sditm, Ulcers, 8alt Jtlirum, Fever tor:n, Truer, Chapped llauilt, Clillliln'nt. I'urn., and nil Skin KriiptiotH, ami p.t'ttlvelv cures files, or no pay required. It is guaranteed to give p. rfi ct uMiinfaction or money refuudnd. i'rice 25 cents- per box. Kor sale bv all tlruyglsl. The Ills of Worn in. :. Couiitlpiitliiii cuiisc more than hall the of woman. Hurl's Clot or Root 'On is a pleatum cure. -fur Constipa. Uon, Judge Jno. W. Few ell opcui'U his first court iu tho new tenth Judicial district at Meridian last Mouday. Ho dwelt nt length In an able chargo on tho illicit liquor turiff, and In an hour after, (ho now district nltonioiv lion. A. M. ByrtI, aud tho gr ud jury had closed up Ion places la the city where whisky wassup'posod to be sold, plac ing on the doors the mandate; "st udied bv tho Slate of MitnUs!pnl mid tho county of Lauderdale." The Mo rlilian Herald says: Judge Fcwcll, Iu pointing tho grated iury tin way to discharge? their duties in these matters said, the (act thai United Statca revsuuo license had been issued to a man was prima lacla evidence of his guilt of the charge ! soiling whisky, aud which opinion had been given force by the Supreme Court, . He said that this fact, couplr'd with other criminating tlrcumstniices (he prcsvnc of whisky In unusual quantities, tic.--constitute siiffleiem evidence to convict and that the mere possession of revenue: liccuse gave grounds for suspicion that warranted the breaking open by offlccre of the law ol the doors of the parties to whom they wcro Issued, if necessary, that a search of the premises might bo made. The law Is too plain to admit of evaalou and those who deal iu auv kind of alcoholic or malt liquors in the Tenth District will find to their sorrow that they cannot longer violate the law with impunity. Judge Fowell says that ho will not tolerate cither, any of the hop tea nonsense. The Harlequin Cabbage Bug. This insect is hy far the worst pest of tho cabbage in the south. A native ot a mnro .tropical elimale, probably Mex ico, It has gradually worked its way northward and lor several years has been vrry abundant in this state. With I ho increase of calibago growing 'for shipment to tho early northern mark, ets and to supply tho homo demand there aNo comes an increaso in the number of insect pests which attack Ilia crop, the hardest to get tid of bo ng the Harlequin cabbage' bug. Tho insect Is so well known as to make a description of it almost unnecessary. The mature iutects art nearly oval, about an inch long, black with rod markings. Tho" young differ from those in being less marked with redt smaller and without wlugs. The in aects suck the juices of the plauts, aud attacked plants at first look as if ihey ueeded water, then tum vellow aud die. They do not form heads If at tacked to any extent. RmiRDtss -For most insect we hnye various spray mixtures and tlio like whereby the insects unou plants can be killed. But this iusoct sucks the juices ot tho plauts and cannot be roachod by the ordinary poisons. ' The insects spend the winter under boards, etc., and during April fly to old tur nip or mmtard ' beds. Hero they should bo picked off and put into a pail containing kerosene, If upon the mustard . blossoms they aro easily brushedoff Into the pall with a stick. If all are 'gathered in this way none wHIi bo le t in tho fields to propagate the species and tho fluids which would otherwise be attacked will be free from these pests, The insects do not fly readily, so that if Mr. Jonct ki!l them oft during April in his field, but few of the insect will como from Mr Smith's Hold. II. E. Wwn, Entomologist, Miss. Exp't Station. Mashulavlllo Items. Judgo Ilaynea of Meridian, who has been up on a visit' to his daughter for somo time left yesterday via Brook.ville tor home. J. J. Iluutcr and lady spent last week with their son Walter. Miss Seule Anderson and her broth er Priuco, from near Macon, visited frsends here roccutly and kept our merchants busy for a while. " Hon. M. A. Coleman of Winston Co.. stopped a while in uur city on his re turn from Macon. Geo Pagau is out here baying cat tle this week, Thos. G. Roster and S. T. Hsmmock atteuded the meeting of Executive Board of Choctaw Btptist Associa tion at Kellis sloro. Geo Bustell and Chas. Peters went over the river to preaching at Walker school house last fi'h Sunday. Waller aud Mrs, Taylor went to Ma cou Sunday aud retnruod Wednesday. Bro. Barrentine, the Methodist minister-will, preach at Ames school 4 milos from Mashulavilio 1st Sunday in each mouth at 3 o'clock. Quite a crowd, mostly nr-grofts, were In town Saturday to attoud the trial A. T. Dent, Esq., of Macon was here aud succocded in having his client ac quitted, John Barnes amikUoy. Mr, Fullorlove of ''Skillet" pasted through Mashula ville this week, ho former enroute to loderul court at Aberdeen and the lat ler to district conference at Columbus. Our merchnnts are complaining ol dull times, owing no doubt, to tho fact thftt'tho farmers are taking advantage of this boantiful wcathor aud are mak ing things hum at a lively rate. Tho following non-residents havo contributed to the fund for building. C. P. church : St. Louis, Clark & Stuyvesanl Grocery Co. $5, Soharff Bsrnheimor Grocery Co. $2, N, 0-, La., Dwycr Bros. $6, Berksln Bros. 92.50, Mobile, cash 95, Chas, 11. Barnes & Co., pulpit lamp. Meridian Melton Ilardwaro Co. locks aud hinges. Ma con, 8. .W. Harklns 92, Geo, Pagan 91 County, J. Q. Poiudexter 910, cash $10, B. C. Mooro 95. P. C. Norweod $8. Louisville, Miss Kiltie McMillin 91, Jas.L, Cawthoru 95. Van Vleet Mansfield Drug Co., 92 60, MempliU, Teun. MUSIIULA TUKEK. It wi'.l be an agreeable surprise to persons subjoct to attacks ot billons nolle to learn that prompt, rolicf may be had by taking Chamberlain's Collie, suit Ulai rlico Utimetty. In many n lniinoa the attack may bo proyentod by taking this remedy as soou as the ti'riit symptoms ot tlio disease appear. 25 and 50 cent bntClcs for sale by oil druggists. ProcsCflings Board of Supervisors. Mouday, April 6, 1S96. A regular session was hold, all the members present, also clerk and sherifl. . , . J. B, Hutchinson was appolulod road overseer In placo of J. H. Cock rell deceased Olllcial bond nt T J. Evans, dopnty county surveyor, was approved. S. M. Thomas, report of pay certifi cates aud schools visited. Y. II, SiiMvarl.supt ot Poor llotus. J P.Slokes as Prchfdvut of the Board rrpurlsd t tint he lid coulractsd with A C Bnglu to represent the Board at County Attorney for one year for 9200 . Tuesday, April 7, 1898, Board met pursuant to adjournment all iiretenl. . The clerk was ordered to Insure the Court llottur, fixtures Jfco. for 925,000 Iiromlliig among the. agencies doing iiMineis in the coitniy, The. Monthly report of W II Uol man treasure r wan cnuidr'd, "id it appearing that tald rsport ! correct and supported hy proper Irgal vouch era. aud the money bi-in counlvd and warrants cancelled, the report was ap proved aud ordered to be recorded . as follbWS. GnxiriiAi, Ftmn. To bal on baud March report, 17,802 02 Iteceipt warrants, 36U 22 18 171 n 188080 84 00 75 50 2041 80 17,129 94 6,168 42 - o: 6,216 85 62 12 2685 76 2548 98 200 72 239 75 19 11? 39 Cn. By Gon'l Co warrr.uta By jurv enrtiflca'c, ' Bv witness certificates;' Balance St'Hoor. Fdm). To bal on band March report To error March report Cr. By mt paid Supt Kdneation By ami paid teachers Balance In8titcti Fund. Balance March roport, , OVRRDIDS. Balauce March report Total balauce Tho nosrd and olTiunrs wore allowed their per diem aud mileage. ALLOWAKCKS: T J Autt. keeping ftrry lor Feb and March W M Joint, ilnrts G II Meliryde, building flat fur ferry D Oweat, flannel Dr. E. M. Jturphcy, Co, phytician.. Z T Korroti, pottaga Mobile Sta. Co- Guardiau Record... T C Edward, tlx tpailei W M Joiiot. two thirls A T Henley, lumber Felix Mathews, removing raft from bridge . W M Williams, nails R Dare, lumber Smith A CJarrisonf lumber ...... ... W F Kerrit, tunirles S. at. Tbouits. salary and pottags... Allia Swana. 8 troet C tUrdln, jail acctrrom Feb. It to March 81 Samo. pottags and watliing. ....... .1 1' Hunttr. lumber I.uuacy of Margaiat Rlswett EUc-tion Managera, ste W M Stewart, allowance for R H.. W M Taylor, wood for jail D (' Fcrrlt, blankt lor shsriff aud eliSDcary clerk .. .. J W Knight, rcpairiag bridge L F Holberg, rape J I Murray. repairing bridge across branch T W Whits, hanging blinds W II Evaut, transcript of Ht'd notes of count v boiimlnries Account of 1. T. Ferris for advertising election notice waa rsjeetad. The following wara coutiauad i ' J. Vf Smith, costs in state sasea. Maron Morcandtle Co., suadriet, 1 J W Csrr. four treos. Ms Maria Archer, 7 trees. G F Paul A Co.. lumber, . L E Eiland. treaa J i Poindoxter, et al, petitiou for new road. J C Brown etal., changa of road. ' J. J. UUud el al,, change ol road. 4 0 1 00 76 00 84' Si 16 8 70 9 95 6 00 'JO 6 44 5 00 6 '20 t 10 11 91 12 85 62 11 4 3 67 10 4 16 16 76 10 60 40 00 121 4ft t 60 17 75 60 00 10 71 40 00 75 46 00 Ninth Annual Convention, Y. M. C. A. at Winona, Ml. Toe Annual Conventions have in the past been inspiring leatherings, and. fhosa who have attended previous conventions will not nocd to be urged to attendance upon iho coming con vention, i . . When we say that tho Finth Annual State Convention of the Yonng Men's Christian Asa'n, which convenes at Winona, Miss., April 23 26, 1896, will be tho best oua ever held under the auspices of V. M, C. A. of Mississippi we aro merely stating a tact. The, programme will bo a very strong one. We give uainos of a few of the speak drs : Rev. W. P. Iludleston. Oxford, Miss. F. S. Brockmau, International Sec rotary, New York. C. L. Gales, Kansas City, Mo. Dr. W. B. Murrah, President Mill sap's College, Jackson, II. P. Andorsou, Ashvillo.'N'. O. Garland M. Jones, West Point, Miss, A. C. Harte, Mobile, Ala. J. R. Dobyns, Jackson, Miss. " A special rato of 1 13 fare for tlio round trip (on tho certificate plau) has been granted from ail poiuls in Miss issippi, - The Wiuona Association will gladly entertain all delegates In their homes, whose names aro sent iu by April 20 to C. M. Bankston, Wiuona. For credential blanks and further tuformatiuu, wrilo F. L. Willis, State Secretary, Y, M. C, Natchez, Miss. Stato Executive Com v A. Gun ulug, chairman, Jackson : C. VV. Mont gomery, Sec'y, Natchez : Richard F. deed, treasurer, Natchsz. Children Cry for Pitcher's Castorla. It Saves Lives Every Bay Thousands of cases of Consumption Asthma, Coughs, Colds and Croup are cured evory day by Shiloh's Cure, Affardad Highest Honors-World': Pair. 2 CHEAT! SK3 MOST PERFECT MADE. A pure Grape Cretin of Tartar Powder. Free from Ammonia, Alum or sny other adulterant, 40 YEARS TUB STANDARD. Em A south MUalsstppi- reptencntaUvc, who was iu fuvor of a 'million doMnr capitol. in writing 10 lion. Juo. U. Diuimore on but-lneis, roucludea his letter as follows ; 'l liave about 1.01110 to Dm loud'i slon that yon were riht 011 thecnplt'd question, I thought that a million dollars was not too much to put in such a building ot (hat importance, but now I lanuot see how Hist much money could be put iu such a building. A very largo portion would go into lu pmkets of Iho contractor." The prtttul . diUpidatvd old siructttre gives evidence of a once beaiililul and haudjomo building; iho lluishiug it elegant nud artialic, aud notsvitlistaud mg the taut (hat tho architects say 10 lh contrary, I believe the work was well done at the lima and that its pres eul woeful plight Is due to neglect a4 the ravages ol time. Ami jut on page j 4G3, laws 18i4-R8 we find 1 hat the Leg- iKisHiit appriipriaieti .'or lint maguil Icrut structure only the turn of S95,- 000." And many others will be ol (lie above writer's way of thinking belore the Legislature assembles again . a j., . , ; Eleotrio Bittersr i Electric Bitters Is a medicine ttiit'ed for any season, but perhapt more geu (rally ncedod in tho Spring, whon the languid exhausted fevlug prevails' wiii'ii 1110 liver is torptu auu tluiff;i'i aud the need ot a Ionic anil ulfti 11:1 live 1 llt. A prompt use of this niedrj leuio nss oneu averted long autl per haps f'alul bilious fevers. .No niediciua will act more surely lu'evuuteraciidg and freeing the system from (he mala rial poison. , Headache, ltidigesrinu, Constipation. Dizziness yield to IClec" Iric Bitter. Only fifty cunts per bot tle nt all drug stores. ' --o iv It behoovss every citizen in city town and country to keep posted on tho stirring eyeuts that will ooeur m this country anil in the Old World within the next nine months. The rs suits (viil affect all, personally, direct ly or indirectly. This nation is on the evo of the roost exciting presidential campaign Iu its history, European pol ities are in a very complicated staj.', aud scientists aro applying their dis coveries to many lines that will pro duce slantingly new things. ' ' To keep abreast with tho world ono should read, in additiou to the county paper, a llvo metropolitan uesspapcr, such as the Twioe-a-Weck Republic of St. Louis. It, is the most progressive journal iu the Unitod Statos, and in each issue it gives tho latest politic 1 news of all parties iu tho field, die la tost general news of tho world ai.d many valuable special features bosido This model newspaper is delivered twice a week by mail for only . $1 a year, or loss than one cant a copy. The prieo of the Daily and Sunday Republic lias recently been reduced to only $6 a year by mail. . Our people arc? growing snore aud more is the habit of looking to Macon for the latest and best of evcrythiug in the drug line. . Tboy sell Chamber lain's Couzb Remedy, famous for its cures of bad c!.1s, croup and whoop ing cough. Wheu In. need ot such a medicine (five this rmedy a trial and you will bo mora than pleased with t:ie result. . ., ; - ISA Great German's Prescription. rt. t,inmt. cnnstlnalion. and i -I.!,-..-.-.-, ii-.-cr saii bnwc! troubles are cui cd'ov Karl's Clovor Root Tet ' For sale hy I b. Mnrphey. Marvelous Eeiults From A letter written by Itcv. J. Uundermnn, ol Dimondale. Mlcb., we aro permitted to make this extract : I have 110 lipsllalltiii in recommending Dr. Klnts's New Discovery, as the re suits were almost marvelous In the ense of my wile. White I was pastor of the Baptist church at Rivos June lien aim was brought down with pneumonia, succeeding la itrippe. Tcr. riblo paroxvsuie of cotighiug would last hours w'lth lit 1 lo Interruption and It seemed aa if tho could uol survive ihein. A friend reoorotinudcal Dr. Kiua'sNvw Discovery ,' it was quick iu its work aud highly salislactnry iu results " Trial bottles free al all drug ttorts. Regular size 6O0 and $1. During the winter of 1891.. F M Martin, of Iiug Reach, Wesi Va , eou traded a severo cold which left him n-iib a piinirh. Iii siinakinir of how il cured it ho says: "I used several kinds of cotigti syrup uui loiiuu no rir. .1Af ;! I - K.tl.1il n linlllo of llllMlll- berlaln's Cough Remedy, whloh re lieved me aimosi insiauiiv. nun in a thrl lime brought about a romplele cure" Wheu troubled wim a cougu or-cold use this remedy aud yon will not find it necessary 10 try several kinds bi fiit o you get relief, It has been In the. market for over twenty vcars and constantly grown in favor 'and popularity.' Ftr eale in 25 and 60 gt oottiea oy au timxBir Alclioliolio Stimulant- It is -established by statistic that more than 80 oer cot. of the whiskey sold by dealers is less than two tears bid. Whiskics'for lnimau 11 o should be much oldor. ' Chemistry and medi cal experiments show that young whis key Is Injurious to the htimsu system, while on iho other hand it is asserted by the beat and most trari'ed niedlci. men that good old whiskey taken iu dlcjouily U highly bcnellclal, because the aromalie elements totind 13 old whisker do not derange but stimulate and strengtliou. The Club llouto " brand of whiskey D made of the beat materials anil Is never sold until il has attained a maturity of leu years : it Is then by reason of age ami quality a perfect' whiskey, with a mild, delicious taste. Send for price list and pam phlet OU Alcbobolic Slimiilaula lo M. SlIAHOilNKSBV fc Co., 419 N. 61 st. St. I .'j 'J is, Mo Captain Sweeney, U- S- A-. 8au Diego, Cal , tayt: "Shiloh's Catarrh Remedy is the first medicine t have ever found that would do m anv good." Price 60c. For sale by T. 8. Mnrphey. 1J....1SU. J.JU-.- ... .JSU L U1L I All Vou Want for IC9G is embraced in tha stw lint of lsssr Crescents. Up to lata in design, Fitted with alUatsst ImproTemsats Unrivaled in structural merits, , Of popular wsights Of s.nptrb fiuiih. OTJIIES ITOn IN SO MINUTES. Cures Mang-e on Dogs. Cures Scratohes quicker than any other known remedy. Cures all skin diseases. For sale by . Macon D.'uqrt- ts WHEN TRAVELING MAKE NO MISTAKE BUT SEE THAT YOUR TICKET . HEADS VIA , - An Affidavit- This is to eertily that on May 11 th. I walked to Molick's drug store on a pair of Rrutchca aud bought a bottle ot Chamberlain's Pain Balm for inflami lory rheumatism which had crippled me' up. After using three bottles I am completely cured, I can cheerful ly recommend It, Charles II, Wetzel, Snnbury, P. Sworn and anbsnribod lo me on Au gust 10, 189. Walter Shipman, J. P. Kor sale at 60 ceuts per bottle by all druggists. A I'ifelt tirade Bit-yet uf s. kuurt icdd ni'.rit aud established isnuutluii, Sells nosir than suy other. - The Crrtsent Whtol It made better, foes latter and Is more durablo than any wheel on earth. Kor sale by VT.Y. FERRIS. Hacsra, alias. SCHEDULE. a.q.b. So. 1 arrlvss Jlsrlilltn No. larrivat Merldlau No. 1 leaves Meridian No. 0 Isates Msri.llaa N. O a M. . No. I leavea Mirlillan No. S If arts Meridian No I arrives Meridian No, arrlvss Merldlau ... . a.'aV. !To. I Icarea Meridian Mo. i arrives Meridian. X. T. V. SO. No. 15 arrive , No. 1 leaves laical freight No. tS loavea. Local freight Ne. 41 leares. S:SA n. ni 8:30 p. m , 110 . m 7:0O a. iu .1:45 a.m. a. at ..l:0ia 111, ,.1:30 p. ra .S.00 a. m .DM p. ui .WO p n, .ItOO a. ro .7:40 a. m .4:00 a. m FREE TO ALL 1 Onr Hew Illustrated Catalogue of Puum, Roase, Bous, Vmsa, Baauas,OaiiaiiaiTAL naaa, tnuu ranrrt, OBAra vusxe, ansa, era., win d mauea ruatoallappUanta. Moat 00m- loopMtea. nlmCm Plant 'Uf.lw.,- publlsaed: Barlsfaotlon anantnteeil. as Boaa BODSaatSfiOaJBHaoosaSi NMrssNinaBBUEa Address NANZ L NEUNEIt, LothsviLtt, Kt. Tbroveh Tioketa To All Points BOLID VESTIBUI.ED TRAINS FAST TIME," CLOSE CONNECTIONS THItOUUII SLEKl'EKS For fnll Information call on your nearest Qneen A Crescent Ticket Agont or address W; B. MoGUOAUTY. T. P. A., , Jackson, Miss' B. ll.QAUUETT. A. (1. 1. A., New Orloans, La. I. lunbY, g. r. a., New Orleans, La. This ereat remedy is indorsed by physicians, and prescribed by them all over the world. , . Positively guaranteed ,to cure the most stubborn cases. The fprmul is published plainly on every bottle. As a tonic it is TO ALL .Sarsaparillas For Female Complaints and building up run-down sys tems it acts like magic. Try a bottle and be convinced. READ THE TRUTI CXTHACT rtlOM BOOK OF TESTIMONIALS. " Waa a rheumatle attfferer for 18 months. DerlvM no Vneflt from phTuiclnns, troitment st Mlucrul V tills. Tea., or Hot Burtnga, Ark. Mr dootor doclartxl ray comlltion hoiraloss, but as a last resort adrised P. P. P., Llppmn's Great iixmniy. Tlirouah IU nse 1 am to-day a well man.'' W. F. TIMM INS, of Tlmmina A Rinse, Leading Orooera, Wazabachie, Tel. Indorsed by B. W. tTaiaajta, Druggist. P. P. P., Wppman's Orcat Romndy, en red me of dlfflrolt brcaB Inn and palpltAtion of the heart. Ild not slspt 00 eliheir aide for two years) now I sleep soundly lo say position." A. M. KAMMAY, De Leon, Tex. Sworn to and Subscribed bof ore me," . J. M. LAkaasT, Notary Public. " Snffered for years with a dlsagrcoBble ernptton on my fni-e. Various rinelii fnilrd lo rmove It. Tli r.- boltloe o( P. P. P., Llip ansa's Ureal Hcmedy, eouiplrUtly cured mi. " Cast. J. M. jo if NSON, Bavannah, Go. I SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS. C3 DYSPEP CATARRH MALARIA SUDNEY TROUBLES ' PI BLOTCH ES &0LD SORES 3BL00D POISONING RHEUAATISA' SCROFULA&c Ml , KEAEDY. LIPPMAN BRO'5. proprietors. UPPMAN'5 BLOCKiSAVANNAH.GA. . SEND FOR BOOKLET. 1 m ' 7 r z 1 - jiLWI vwa a u for Infanta and Children. eV '1HIATT resua' P1.--wtoM of Caatoria with b pisronng of j prao", P""' '"1' " U tT-"faC. ttU.1eetlably th lat resd,orly ftf Ifnnte and Ohlldrost h wqrH lute aw lsnown. J i haranUae. CMldroa Uha U. It aree he htsaltlt. It -srlll ssts thalf lives. In M Mothare hT. 1,nT wMoh le alwalataly eafa mmA praetloally porfejt a. a, ahlld'e anadlolata. Caatorttt destroy Woeme. ' Caatoria allaye FeverMineea, Caatoria prarant vomiting Soar Card. Caatoria enree IMarrlicaa and Wind Colloy Caatoria raHavaa Taethlna; TronMee. Caatoria euros Constipation and riatnloner, Caetcrla nentraHbee tha effects of carbonto add gaa or poleonone air, Caatoria doae not contain morpnlna, oplnm, or otW narootlo proportv. Caatoria rsslmllatoe tha food, roiynUtae tho rtonaca and fcowala, frivlaa; heaJtby and natural abxip. Caatoria le pnt np In ona-elao Bottloe only. It le not sold In fcntt. Poa't allow any one to eall yon anytUng on th P1 or P""" K 'taat It fa "Jasjt ae ffood" and "will sanrsr ovary pttrpoge. , yco tbat yon ret C-A-g-T-O-R-I-A . " ' t! The fae-elniHe adgnatnra of wrapper, Children Cry for Pitcher's Castorla. I. T. . --I'' MACON, MISS, Agont for tHe Celebrated HcCORBIICK HOWER. Call and Examine. Dasoriptive Catalofuea Furbished on Applies , tion. Duphoate) Parts Always on Hand. . L 1 i I. 1 11 1 111 1 ,u , 1 ,1 1 1 111 1 11 a-ii I'Jiaxs-i-i i. -i' Jin1 QUEEN arn T rr. rr rrTA i - . SaJKKCSC THB HiaHEST TVPB OF TRAP. A PAMILY VEHICLE Utility. Boauty. Oomfort. nrti canopt. VlXf.ClUTltlili til aresad. WS10HT esly 446 les. um SEAT ladepeadent. HO JOIXTS U Battle. GRADE skeHJibest. PLKXTI efLerBoeai. CoaikUes the slirsys eepalsr 81DBET vltfc Us Pkaetea as4 the aohby Trap, ELEGANT DESIGN. 'NOVEL FEATURE8. ROOMIEST ENTRANCE. Both seats aal oomtort, Double-ttlUnf Croat "Mtt csn entor eiUwr side. lUar snftt folds down out of rtirht when not fn u MOBBI8 WOODKULTi, rectory I II A y SOW, OHIO. KENTUCKY JACKS SHETLAND PONIES FOR SALE - Just arrivod from Kentncky TEN&nc, imported JAG2, ago from 2 to five years ; 14 1-2 to 15 1-2 hands high ; all well broken and all right in every respect. These jacks are all sired by the imported jack, King of JJaliers, one of the finest jacks that was ever imported. Dam extra good Kentucky jennets, all bred and raised at Paris, Bourbon Co., Ky. I hsyo toM Jsckt In A labs tun and Mississippi and will refer to psrllfs snld to, I nlso have 12 Imporlvd Shetland Pouics.slx hnrso ponies, all broken toridaiiddrlyrsiitlo:40lo 45 luclies hijrh. Six mures duo to foal this sprins;, bred to an itnporlod wlilio staMIou. . Will be glad to correapond witU auy person wishing to buy. JAMES M HUTSELt. For Informatiou call on Columbus, Miss, N. SCALES. Macon, Mug Lands for Sale.. MOULD B LITfiD WITrl THE J. E. BENNETT LAND CO., luonlar that tlisy may be silrerllaod. aud liitaading . buyers itlyou s ehanos to study location, pries and ' gsneral aurroundiugs . , , , . '; T)nn'r nilt if nff voum"y vwbat our next customer. Mr! P. O, 1-uu 1 yu-L 1 L VJil Waud will wail on you. Otllce in Ford Hotol. ' STATEMENT SHOWINO COKDITIOM Q THB MorGhants and Farmers Dank OF MACON, MISS., DEC. 3, i8q5. r Hbllsbsd by dlreotleu of chapter It Annetaled Cods of 1192. RE90URCK8 : Bills rocelralile Demand loans on Cotton and other Collaterals Ovenlralts uusecured Stocks aud Itonds State Script , Winston Co Wsrrauts Furniture ami Fixtures..,,., Due from baukt and sasb on haatl LIABILITIES! 7S,0 03 Capital paid in Surplus account 133,037 fi5 Undivided prollta 1,480 45 Due Depositors.... 62,793 84 l), other Banks . 4,205 o Kediecou.its.., . 1,220 70 ' 1,550 00 M,S23 94 . . eO.OOO 04 ,. 2.1,000 SO ,. 12,844 19 ,.. J27.II7 29 . . 8,5!t0 53 .. 1.7K) 10 1327,802 01 324,2 01 1, R. W. JONES, Jr., Casbier or Merchants A Farmers Rank, ofMaoon, Mlsslssipp Jl". inr i ' ea,rt"X U1 "s forottolng la a true, nil I and oxact statement of t!ie nssouand llaliilltlea ef laid Bank on the day and date named therein, as shown hy the book el "" ,,,,. K. W. JOSKH. Jr., Cashtor. Swein l ami tuhaerlbed liefora ma, a Nolsry Public, in and tor the county of Nox u' ce, State or Mississippi, this the 13th day of Feb, IH!:. ,,,,,, J. A. TYSON, Notary Tub, Examined and fond corrsottUlkulltb day of Fob, lns. N , W. W. STOSJ. Aw4i!,9.