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;UE MACON BEACON riKMsmtn kvsar sati'soa f BY !', T. FKKRIS. ih.vrlpllon. m advunee. per annum SI.!. i Saturday, May 33, 1897. Ta Frvatp. by ft vote tt II to II. rec guir.il the Cuban a: belligerents ou hnndsy. ' Diii'ng tbe past week we he 'jiinv inquiries from persons who wish lj Vri"W bow Lee Do" could bo allows lil un lor u indietm-jnt for murder in irst degree. We understand that Do U'.vt-l 1 p srruiiiged by thVState for ral fr r higher offense tban murder in V -poond dtgm". whio.hi bailable nil--r thi Pickens News. : Urikemsn Gaffvey, of the M. & Q , vhil"i'i discharge of his duty at Ar-e-i-i Usi Wednesday morning, had his igk' nrm caught between thy bumpers mi terribly crushed. Dr. B. A. Vanghsn, the local surgeon for the road wan telegraphed for and carried to Ar esia o a special and attended the in jured nun . He wascarriec. to bis home t Lauderdale for recovery. Dispatch. -Hi The inciting of the district deputies and other officer of the Masonic Brand Lodge, will assemble at Aberdeen on Monday, May 24, and wiU'retnaiu in wssion atont one week. ' The object if the exemplification ( the work a "school of instruction," as it were, and if our local lodge does not teach those exponent of Masonry a few lessons j in that line we will apologise tor tnis reraaik, publicly aud above board. Aberdeen Examiner . Let Us Have Peace." The following correspondence in self- eiplanitory, and will be apprtciated by tae old friends of Hon. Walter B. Bar ker: Sagua La Grande, Cuba, May 8. Editor of the Clarion-Ledger : Dear Sir: Believing that the 'taitn- ful veterans of the Confederacy. ' will appreciate the sentiments expressed iu the letter which I have received from Col. Fred D. Grant, I seed it to the Ciarieu-I-edger for publication. I thank you for your many kind ex pression" toward ine iu ii-gmu cry trying ofucial amies. Yours Hespt. . WAVrraB Bakkgr. New York, April 28, IS'jT Walter B. Barker, fcsq , ia Grande, Cuba. My Dear Sir: I hasten to acknowl edge the receipt of your letter of April the l'dh, expresses as an evCou.ol- erato yonr appreciation or me action i mv father, General Grant, toward wen. Lee aud his faithful veterans I thank yon most sincerely for your eulogistic words concerning my father, aud al- a niu of iierson.il pleasure THE MOBILE AND OHIO RAILROAD. KCACHINO t. toon, CHICAOO, ST. PAUL. OMAHA. KANSAS CITT. DETROIT, TOLEDO. mill nil ullier point NORTH. BAST AND WB..T, CAIRO. JSEMPIHS, NEW CE1EAKS, HOBILE. NA5HVIUK. CHATTANOOUA, BIRMIKOHAat. ATLANTA ('onnr--liiig at Mobile with steamship lines for SiMith Florida, Havana, rub and other tt. India point. Mexico, Central ml Sniiih America. Tickets sold ami bag- searehof buried treasures, said w have . .ahivked to all points lu the 1'ullcd beeu deposited there in old Indian times, jitntf. Canada mi l M xi. o. Even in some instances, superstition has Dmihie daily tnius between St. Louis invoked the aid of spirit mediums to , and Mobile earning ewg-"" '"" ' 1 n,- i,i.Mn r.l . of buried troas- ' nee Sleeping cars with drawing ures. But bad as is the delusion in Mississippi, iu Kemper aud Wiuston counties, it ha not yet reached that noint of mora! depravity 111 which it cx- ; southbound Train. 1 istsin Colfax Parish, Louisiana. In that . A Delusion In Winston and Kemper. We have often seen a statement in our educational journals that Mississippi is making more progress in education than any other Southern State ; and even re ligious journals are want to speak of the of relicion throughout the lengtWand breadth ofonr State. While ; we rejoice that these things are so, still it is a mortification to us to know that f there are benighted sections of inston aud Kemper, to which these statements j nn l,v nomeaiH. utii-Ueablc. Iu the. southern part of Winston county espe- j cially. (there are many people who have recently run wild on the subject of mm- j eral rods, neglecting their crops, scour- i iug the woods and field with their rods and digging deep holes in the earth in lie iiiosl imeniivu To them have been Amcricaus are. .....numi earth. sued nrarlv 600,000 psfnu or . than one ihird " ' " J,hl' ,P sued iu ti "hi moilcrtivcaishs t. en ot grm i miiiikim! ibuii nolle. Color teeli i1 ;! I I !! r ue n I IfiUl'.K'I'lHIU and Diarrhoea Kcmeily. ,oik morelo relieve pniiniim out" g. W Vaughn. efO.kt ,.v d Cbumber- N,V. Olic, Cole, .ml liarrl...e i..,,.'.,lv iu tnv f-tutily l-r tc.'t;-'l rouni uinl buffet. Also clesii ensy ruling ilav eoaoues Bti all traiiH, milking quicklime nml sure cotinn tious.' Katett treifc'ht service Iu the Soulb, .,a,.i.i, il, miiir."l ro.1 ihaiis have even lv. l loiiis . . . . . when I have such sentiments from the pttbUc cometeries-the , K; veterans of the Confederacy, feeling j deaJ h) thcjr w 8oar0h .v! r.iion City that th words of my father Ut us , . We sre L. H.m.b.li ..... have peace, are oeing rapuuj ".""i" , . . . ,.,,, ,. i,ave Ar. Macon for the general beuefit of our reumtua country. , I beg you lotsjieve me, my dear sir, Very truly yours, FREtr.r.ics D. Grant. llliu, iiic-.i ...... . t . thus desecrated the grave of General . Ml,ri(iau' TmnHs Wondw.ird. Such are some of ' Ar. Mobile.. the results of ignorance, even in our i Northbound Train. No !. .7:3-2 nil 7:W am 'J in pm 4:W pm . ;H! in i:3U pin .2:33 am 2::i3 am 4 : 4 r. am P:4.' am own vaunted Anglo-Saxon race. t " .. But why is it that our fellow citizens ",-V-lT.t ti ' ' of Kemper and Winston can be so do- j .r. Slaeoo .... luded? As we learu, all their wild ac-, l i .. tions are based upon letters written from Xr iimui,0ilt to '. Track laving on the M . and O. exten sion is progressing rapidly and lat night : fco.i roichoil a lmint about one mile be- Southern Hotel In Flamss. Fire brolte out in the kitchen on the i ... nf ti,n Hnnrh Hotel. Men- ni'oi .i .i. i tu li,li-iM Territory, mirnortiug dian's fine hostelry, at i o cio, ... " - morning and spread with such rapu my , 'V " "Missi8S. Ultliat Wi-Jwvj J - ippi, buried there in the old Indian times. Acting upon these letters, con siderable sunn of money have been sent from Winston and Keiupsr counties No. 2. Mill am . .. !0:of am l-.':47 pm . ..!'2:47 im . . . ":."o jim ... (:; pin . ...10:1S am , ....12:40 am . 4.44 inn . 7:04 am So. 8 7:25 pm 7:4.) pui 1:0ft urn 4:0S uill fi:l,1 mil ti;:ls am 1:46 pm 1:1(1 pin SM pm P.O1) piu V" No.4 4:10 piu lii.iO pm 12:2S am 12:2Sum If iiudv In v i i, i I it iii tin ttie ;.',!,, I ,.Vl r u-eil lor on nip in tbe suiiiia. !. slid "'' l'"r ,?U' !;V 1 K Miirph. y. Macon. 0. H U-mtH.-u !jllUll-ll,i- It May Do as Much for You. Mr Fred Miller of Irving. III.. ,!,',( i,e bud n severe Kidney ir.iublc orin.nv yrarwill. .eve re. pa'O- hi,buk .-' "I"-' 'bat h- !''"'' ted. He i nest in.iui i-'" ,uic but wltlii-nl sii' S-"""1 n'- Mmiit a vear -igo lie n it 'Fleet rii- Hitter an 1 touil'l lc Kl.vlric liillers i ri.- 1 to Hie cure ot ml lt nev and Liver troubles uinl of'n u" a,...l intsnt reliel. On- will nrovi'our -laleiiieiil. hi' " n uts at H drug -lores. A poplar log thirty-feet in diameter, cut near Dyerbnrg. Ten-. , is being taken to Nashville for the ' ' The College girls 1-ft at 7 oV.a. ' Yednesd:iv evening to aitond Uo Nash- ' ville Exposition. A number of citirens ! accompanied them West Point L-ader Tbe Best Cough Cure. I.SIiilol.'sCure. A neglct"'! eollgh i. .la.eioiis Slop il : "h SMIoli-. Miro. Sold Lv T.h. Murpbv- I TENS. sile liev miii ; . u-e ot lief at once chllv (i.lsplei CENTENNIAL AND IKTERNA TIONAL EXPOSITION. yfrfpnn Hn'iitMi,i.tiiiMin,'i'i'l,"miir'it,'iiiHii .TTTJrr-te J if SEE Nathville. Teiin., May t Oct. SO, 1S97.. For the above ccmskiu agents of the Mobile and Ohio 11 R. at coupon lic'i t stations will sell tickets to Nasi'.vill Teiin.. and return AT VERY LOW KATKS. Tickets will be sold daily u I -til October Hi), i:'". and will bear nm ii. limits. For tickets, rates and full' information, apply to any Mobile & Ohio Ticket Agent. A Baby's Life Saved. m, i.nliv bad crou'ti slid wns Paved liv Sliilo'i's Cure " writes Martin of lliintvllle, Ala T S Miirphey. "; . Mr, .1 Sold Did You Ever Ar. I'nioii City i Ar. airo , Ar. Ka.t St. I.ouis ! Ar. Si. bonis . . . ! For ticket, rates, tune tables, and other ! inil'orinatlon, apply to i B.J. ALLKS, Agent, , Macon, Miss, ' lvr II liv F. E. l'lisny. , ' Ueu'l Manager. tier, I I'as. Agt. i E. 1.. Hlsski.L, 1st U-e-I'res t. Jloune, Aia. -V that the firemen had a hard time saving the block from destruction. As Foon as the alarm was sonntleil yond the Lr.xpalila bridge and will cer- Manager Hulse, assisted by the mgm tainlj reach the State hue by the Ws.t ot clerk ana no.eiaiu.. ... . .. v , manufacturers of mineral June Although the bridge across Lux- bell m the mn an g o - , rsFAUmB , palila is only a temporary affair it is peters througaine - ot "hidden treasures. Cannot , -' perfectly safe and secure and there is no he guests. j our Vinston and Kemper county friends illten,t in the Corsicana Base Ball club ' danger of its-giving way. The perma- fortnnately ever person in the b probability and all mv other miscellaneous property nent bridge will be an iron one with escaped wUliout inju.y. written cr 1 , ( similar" character. The b-iilditrz is ownen oy iu- i "i - National Bank, A. J. Weems. C. w. . concocu-u tue-c .... , ... Wnhlrson md Mrs. J. S. Solomon and i lor me express purpose m mc ioi.s . n-.i ..aiT'""- . , :.,.0,l i te several ageucies for wares to the ignorant ami credulous S65.000. The furniture and fixtures of Trv Electric Bitters as a remedy for your troubles? H not. P''' bt'nh' noif and get reliel This medicine has lie niMiiliiirlv iiil:iiied i."!" ! to I do reliel and cure ol all Feline riui inlliienee ill Hiving slrenglli 'iml tone to the ingiiiis. If von bave loss i Aim.iito finistilMlioll. Headache. l-'aiuting Spell., r are N.h voii, Slei p los. Kxuitnble. M. I'Mi' holv or troubled with Dizzy Siiells. Blce.tric. liillers is the tuedicitie tun need.. Ilenltli Hlnl streuglh are gu'irunleeil by its use. Only 60 eta at st ili nggisis. 10:1s: inn 12:fni pm 7;2! pm 7:4$ pm two piers and will bo a huudsouie aud imposing structure. Dispatch. We are having entirely too much rain and the farmers are liable to get behind with their work. ' Crops up to this time are just fine enough and are in good fix. C-oru is waist high in many fields and could not be any better. Cotton is grow -ing oil very fast with the weeds and burrs a close second. A continued wet soell will damage oats, they are flue up to this time. Gardens are immense aud all kiuds of vegetable are plentiful. Iu f iet, everything is lovely in grand old KHis county. -Italy, Tex. News. Rov. N . G . Augustus, who was once pastor of the M. E. Church at this placo, preached the Commencement Hiruion for the Starkville High School, at the Methodist church Sunday morn ing. No other church in the city held nn-vices and the church was well filled with an audience which seemed to up l w.iate the excellent serinou. Beauti the hotel are covered uy insurance . the amount of SW.OOO. Mr. G. C. Kendall carried 5000 m .... .... , , i t :.i.. non- Ci surance; wmineni aim t,muu,v, . M. Heiss & Sons f.'.OOO; S. M. Brazier, millinerv did not carry a dollar of in surance' At this wririug the parties Sassafras Oil Knocks Them. Yes, sir, oil of sassafras will kill lice Really we regret that our friends are j spending their hard-earned money upon such worthless Y aukee humbugs as , on o, an(j YOllll(; chickens, and if you mineral rods. Let us hope that they tliinlc it worth publishing I will give will at once come to a halt aud let min- j yonr Wllcierg SOuie more of my expeii eralmls aud spirit mediums severely ; enC(f wjtij the oil. ., Nerves on Edge, 1 was nervous, tirnl. inilable iTius. K-irl's Clover Hoot made me well nnd liappv. Mm K II. WoltDKN :t n . 1 ea litis Are You Made Misertible bv Itidigeslion. Constljin lion. l)i..iness. Loss ol Appetite, -1 ..w Skin ? Sbiloh's V it i I i z. r is pus ilive cure. Sold bv T. S Murpliey. alone, otherwise those dark corners of j Winston and Kemper, instead of keep- named have not sustained any loss from ! ing step with the progress and enlight- .i. l i,i,.i,l.!.t to removal enmetit ot tne age, win siuy-iv mm IUC I""" ... fire, but and from water will be very heavy. At this time the fire is conhued to tMe hotel and ouly the upper stories of about one-half the building has beeu burned. It is thought now that with good man- agemeni me gremci i.. can be saved. Herald. Proposition of H. Sheeler. CHICAOO, IU. May 12lb, 1S97. lion: W. J, Kast, Jackson, .mis. : DRiU Sik: Followlitg on the prnponi- ful flowers decorated the church and the tion I ras.la on May 10th foi the repair of choir rendered splendid music and was your state capttol buihiing. i wrue ou a- ,TO!(!f the best musical talent of gain. The mleutot proposition ... . surely retrograde to a point on a par allel with the witch-hunting era of the Now England of two centuries ago. Zeso. A Mysterious Wedding. I: : all the churches. Starkville Times. A Noverciaini. f : Mr. B. T. Moore filed a claim with .!.:. tUo City Council at the last meeting for ' Ho. V lost in the Mayo & Weaver fire l amounting to $300 . Mr. Muove's claim . was based on the ground that the city is s responsible for the acts of the chief of ' tlw fire department and the chief of the ! fire department was directly the cause if the loss he sustained in the fire. Ho . claims that he employe 1 men to remove ' ) his stock aud that the chief of the fire " i ' ' department ordered the men out of the building as it was endangering their v Jives to work therein. The Ktock lost I was principally feed stuff stowed in the '.I..-, cellar. The city council gave Mr ,' Mo iru's claim due consideration but re fused to allow it. Columbus Dispatch. A Bear That Lives in Water. l'et time you have a chance, recom mends- tho Cuicago Record, put some water from the edge of standing pond under a high power microscope, and perhaps you will see that most interest ing little organism known as the water bear . It is a diminutive animal, often j found iu driuking water, and looks very much like a bear. The extraordinary tdng. (however, about this tiny crea turo is that he is found iu the gutters of iKiusss, where he is at one time dry as iai and scorched by tiiebUiiug sun, at ai.V.'.ier active and full of life under a re!reih,iug shower of rain. Tbe water Ir.-ir b is the scientific name of tardigra (1 1. bocause he takes life so easy. He is always fat aud plump, and spends his vakibg periods in constantly grubbing with Ids four pairs of legs among what ever rubbish comes iu hid way . Having e-H, ; -cram and a nervous system, he is nu.li ahead of most of his tribe, and he w alUgot'jor one of the most interesting uud amusing little animals known to rc time. Scientific American. cover a complete jou oi repair ui mo uu.mv, mint to ho done under the supervision ol some experienced architect or builder tliot your Legislature might -ippoiut, uud eov ered by a complete inecilioation embodied in a contract, and supported by a bond if you require it, up to the full amount of eon- tract, ami guaranteed Tor ten years iu an, except the natural wear ot house on such as plaster, paint etc. I cuclone licrewttli a more definite proposition. Oar plans have linen prepared by one of the best architec tural tirni.. in the Cuited Mutes, and il yotir ptople see it to their advantage to use our plius, and want to deal direct with the ar chitect (which would perhaps be better) 1 will produce them ut ouee. and I amr you that yu would gain the services ot a- Last niirht at the city hall, says the Corsicana, Texas, Daily Light, was consnmated one of the most mysterious weddings on record. By eight o'clock tho hall, beautifully decorated with flags and roses, was filled to overflow ing. The quartette composed of Mesdames Coatcs, Townsend. Kirkes, and Miss Consnmpt'.on Can Be Curea by I lie use of Shiloh's Cm f, llnsj .r.',ii ('oimIi Cure is the only known roine.ly tor that terrible disease ale by' T. 4. Murpliov. Fur All who are raising chickens know that the greatest trouble with young chicks is the large gray head louse, which kills more chicks than auy disease they are afflicted with. I have been a reader of tho Poultry Keeper for soma years, aud have the greatest confidence in the paper, aud have derived great benefit from the reading of it, but I cannot agree with some of its readers who are advocating S1 . i()Wlmiil lor the doelo the use of lard to kill lice on the little tmi be had read ol Chiiinlierliiiti's I'ain chicks, as I have killed about as many Iiiilm and instead ol goiuL' fur I he by ...hi, i io,.,i ua I Wo ,v,4 fmm siciati be went to the slore mid secured The Bet Remedy for Itheuinnliani, From the Fuirhaveu, (N. Y.) Kcglster. Mr. James liowhuid ot this village. states that for iw.ntytive eaps hi: wite has been a sufferer Ironi rbi iiuin. 300 Teachers; Summer Normals. w tuka (Miss.) Normal Institute wants SJ'.I teachers to alteud its Summer Nor mals, June 8th to July 3Uth au I Au;r. '.:d to Aug. 2th. Total cost for first normnlSiJ.OO, second 812.50. A full corns of Normal trained instructors. Actual cla.-swoilt. Keduwd rates on all railroads. Mineral water free to students. Come to Iuka and pass the happiest, most profitable summer of your life, in delightful mental work, in breathiup; pure air and iu driukingthe best mineral water in the South. For catalogue writo II. A. Dean. Few Appreciate the DANGER to which the Ex pectant Mother 13 exposed and the forebodinar with which - she looks forward to the hour of woman's severest trial. AU effort should be made to smooth these rugged places in life's pathway for her. "Mother s Friend" allays Nervousness, aud so assists Nature that the cnange goes ior ward in an easy manner, without such violent protest in the way of Nausea, Headache, liitc. Crioomy foreboding's, yield to cheerful and hopeful anticipations she passes through the ordeal ouicKiy ami without pain is left strong and vigorous and enabled to joyously iiiim.ii.in.i "0 ' AWc LiMc Preparation for k& slmilating theroodandRegula ting the Stomadis andDoweu 01 THAT THE FAC-SIMILE PmmotesDi6stiori,Cheetful- ncss andRest-Contalns neither Upium.WOrpuinc Itui riiuutu. NotNXkcotic. Smfm tfOd OSWUIXPfTCHEIi ftirmSttd-ttbiijrmitfiann Apctfecl Remedy forConslipa tiort. Sour Storaach.Diairhoea, Worms .Convulsions.Fcverish nes5 and LOSS OF SLEEP. facsimile Signature of NEW YORK. suU stHV" 1 1 tXAOT COPY OF WRAPPEB. SIGNATURE -OF IS ON THE WRAPPER OF EYEEY BOTTLE OP em Oastorls It pit up in on-iu botlltt ol, . is not sstf la balk. Don't show tajm toal yoa anything 1m on the plit or promln titn li "Just M good" and "will antwu najyu pooe." -8tht yottgt O-A-S-T-0-Ui Tio I- , - ' el mm Go to I. T. SHI IT H, Hacon, Miss., For little chicks the Bassafras oil beats any patent medicine yet invented. Af ter finding that the use of the oil in the food would kill the best on grown chick eusl tried it on chicks. Whenever I set a hen I give her every ,hird day ten I a week. I have at present fifty -two tisin, A lew iiiguis ago sne wan in perfonn the high and holy dimes such pain lln.1 Nhe wa- nearly crazy. Safet to life of both is assured by the use of "Mother's Friend," and the time of recovery shortened. "I know one lsdy.tbe mother of three children, who Bettered rroatly in the Birth ot csoh, who obtained a bottle ot 'Mother1 Friond' of rue before hbrfottrtUconfluomcut.snd was relieved quickly. All sproo tbst tholr lsbor was sbortor ' . . .. 1.1 ....... . .1 . ...... . UnMnn tlm Sent by Mall, on racotnt of price. 11.00 FEB BOTTLit. I on Tin: t i i.i.iiii in u .uaggara, sang tue weaning nymu witn d rf M, io g ,jttl(J brau w mea, mMX the usual pathos characteristic ot tnii . As oou R$ fte quartette, which was highly appreciated j chic &rg Jayg oJJi j fte ,)ena by all, while the bride, Miss Jennie . nd cUcta ft fom.th teaspoonful twjce uunuimiuaui. auu urooiu, mi. v. tr. Pinkston, aud bridal party, marched onto the stage where Mr. J. L. Halbert .1 LI.. t .11 n.lrt ..A I prououuecu tne luimivius iuuiuui, auu ni, ...,,:,.,, t b..ve ever tried for lice for the following reasons : First, it is no trouble at all to use it, as it is given iu tho food ; second, there interesting ceremony. MARRIAGE CEREMONY. Dearly Beloved, we are gathered here in the presence of this great aggregation ! j9 no a.,ncr of killing auy chicks with to celebrate this Rose Wedding. Mat it; thirdly, there is no handling of the a boll loot it. His wife (lid not up prove of Mr Ilowuind's purchase at ttrst." but iieyerthcless applied the Itiilm thoroughly mid iu mi hour's time was able, to go to sleep. Siie now iimilies it whenever Mic lei Is an sebe ov a pain and finds that il always "fives reliel. lie savs Hint no medicine which she bud tited ever did her a miicb L'ood. The 25 ninl ISO cent si.es lor sulu by Mi'irphey mid Hamilton, Wasted Reliable salesman to sell chicks five weeks old, and they are the most complete line or luoncatms u.. ru .... i . i t f. gmners, sugar planters, etc. balary or in.,... .... t i commission. ;' Atlantic Refining Co. , Cleveland O. . IiookTO EXPECTANT MOTUEES" nulled free, containing Ttlnable InformaUon and Tolontarr testlmomali. The bradfielo regulator eo.,ATiNTa,a 010 T DRUOaiBTI. rimouy is an honored and aged custom ! chicks, one by one, as in other enres. ORDINANCE NO 53 To Prohibit Froiti ntion and Lewdness , uu ium,vvui.ifc,H...w... i. ... . ... . .... i. i - ... . sen. I. mi u uiimiii''ii ui uiciimivi hi. n,.riI...,...,l mn. Bo this n it lnsutuiea awaj dbck in me uara ages ; Your suggestion of using the oil in the i.oura f ul.lernien of Hie town of Mneeii. lllllt 11 ulllill no mini" mi mr mi i-iimiiu Imreputiihii! Uo-jse or limie ot pro i Vl' Farmer Solon Bragging. Thif- inornmg before the House was called to order several members wore loutigiug in tbeir seats discussing the relative productiveness of their respec tive counties, says the Clarion. iJees was telliug that down in Jack rot! county it was no trouble to raise 400 tmshelii of potatoes to tho acre without cultivation just sit them out in the - wild aud let them go. That brought Uncle Andy Payne, the Hardee ut -at Arms, to his feet, and he told of potatoes in Lowndes county that weighed 17 pounds. Kuw, everybody ktiowi that there is a spirit of good uatured rivalry between Lowudet aud Monroe, and Jack Smith . .nkl not be trne to his people and ait idle by and ate such huge potatoes loom up in Lowndes without raising a Monroe i potato, so be told of one that grew laetyesr on a farm near Ainory that ftraw across a twenty -foot ditch and waa vaed aU the fall as a wagon bridge. . After Uncle Andy had been resuoita ted, Talbot told of cabbage that was ' ,-rvwn k Beaton and Waa of such hnge aeuMont out. jbo-qulU spread sro it top woald' hot tonoh the HA.'-. .'syjvv:-; ..... t swi 4, iv urn '-". hot they soon fottni acham. 'u r 'S'-Ji)t of Prontls. 'who told -J" 1 got axUtian wills in ' e pnlW from the ? -d tottftU nisv, in all tlie proponitions I nuke to you I include the architect's fees, and will give bond that iu neither case will tho vot ex ceed the figures I inske lure. Kesp'ly. Chab. II. IJf.ctor, Stipt. for 11. Sb"iilcr. 1st. Proposition to Kkpair Huildi.nq. To hold up building at first floor and re built) the entire foundation, of n.ple di mensions so that it cm be guaranteed to sustsin the loud. To rebuild tbe end of house where bro ken, whre the Scc'y of Htate and Scuste ,'liiiniber are located, and auy other bad racks that are not practically remedied by leveling house up with screws. Kxcavate under buildiug and put a com plete system of sewers under same, with branches to take off all root water, and the waste from the new water closets, wash howls etc. Put iu ten water closets on first floor, fit ted up complete, with both material and workman. hip firit-cluss,and also five wash bowls, all connected to the sewers aud city w ater supply ready for use. Repair all plaster throughout tbe build- in; and calcimine all offices aud chambers throughout tbe house. Tbe entire roof to be made new aud se cure. If roof timbers are decayed, or ir roof hoards are decayed, new to be provi ded and P'lt in place. My proposition con templates a ccinpofiti.iu roof, inch as Is lined in e'.ties and gHaranteei for ten years, with all gutters, down point etc., proper ly eounccteii to the sewor. Repair the floor where nadir worn or de cayed and put cemeut Boors lu the water closet rooms, Alter raiting aud mason work Is done, give the front and the two end nf build ing, together with tua dome, oue coat of good paiut. Tliit work contemplates a complete, tubatantlal job, which would mean Liany small items not writtcu down here, Tor tbe sum or T8,000. 2b. Proposition to Urbuild. According to the plans niu.iu for same by Holalilnl Koacbe. architect". Mouadnock building, Chicago, ninking building the width of old house, which Is practically 78x316 feet long with a rear wiug about 69 x 108 feet, making a most complete house, 'Itlng th old building aa far as possible af ter raising tame five feat, the sum of 94M- 000. To take out all wood floor and pirtl tiont of old house nnd use all walls that are good, anil make the building tire-proof for tbt sum ol 1500,000. according to the plant and specifications which were shown and which were intended to be complete In ev ery particular, In. To Use mo Part or Old House. ' Tp build bout completely new according to pi u of Holabtrd Boacbe, abiolutely fire proot, perfect and complete lu every detail, with fire-placet In all rooms tnd th Itgulatlve balls seated ready to occupy, contemplating nothing but Mrst-elata mate rial and every part and detail executed by tho kllUrt lahnr, fer the turn of tSstV 600, All of the foregoing propositions to be .supported Uy a bond good for 1100,600. lv ease w fatl to xul tbe work, and we will carry up the walls aud put the rouf on before we draw any smb..' . tteipMy, , - C. ft. RitCTOii, ' .' ' upl:rr l, Sheeler. when man was innocent and unsophisti cated and knew no better. It was not his fault, the woman fooled hiin into it, 1 and since then he has never been able to ! get out of it. Some men, however, liko the state of matrimony, though somo like the State of Arkausas the best. Matrimony is an agreement entered into by a young man and a youug wo man iguorantly and unadvisedly, for which rash step they afterwards repeut and are heartily sorry, but from which there is no escape, except by way of the grave or the court house, both of which are distressingly inconvenient. This, however, is no time to admon ish. This victim has made his choice and it is not oar fault if he afterwards repents as all other men have done . I require, then aud charge you both that if either of you. or any body else, know kerosene emulsion was excelleut. - I tried it as soon as I found it would kill lice, and it is excellent to put in the whitewash use for the ben house. Cor respondent Poultry Keeper. The Weslfieltl (Iml) News prints (he lollow'ui'j in regard to nil old resilient ill Mint place-. 'Iralik McAvov. lor 111:111 v venrs in t lie cnipiov 01 inn 1, ,V & (! Uv. here suva; 1 I have 11-' il t'hn.ndei Iain's Colic, Colera ninl Di arrhoea Remedy for leu jours or lon geram tiever without il in mv lami Iv, I consider il the heal remedy of Die kind ni itiiitiieinred. I take pleas ure in recommending il." Il is 11 spc- ilie for nil boivcl tli-order lor sine bv T. S Murpliey, Mueon. 11 111 1 C). 1' Hamilton, Slitiqualiik. McCORffiICK MOWER. ( nil and Dxaiiilue. tX-ecrlpllve ( alulogiio Fiu-nUlicd ou Applical Is DIPIHATC I'AKTS A I. W AVS OW II AH P. Ml. HATHAWAY GO. ti Vhm.KvttABt.rt ttPrriilSTH. jPwtoi ffrcAiefsr AW. -Wfcorf-w K" & ' S 'l baos 'for rKweni iSrenwah J!roK.r.4i .( Cued rutit-ut. af over the I Urdttl 8laiia M t on" piofetslonal aUlttv. All hw-uem oondnolort on a sir... y jr Pfe Eloiiuibnsis n'ls'"uiUyV'mil0.i,li.i Corultit!.iu!-r.-scto'flc;j 01 by mail. KWirefa E. ' ,?i JViuiaikiL Koiatetie:ue wltkiawlaesa while usmx ittHJm (SAT01IMitti AKB lMTT-TWCT) CnUnrJ bT TORttiflll aim. iHTilnctis Kurrooaeia, lor-i,v.au!e wmI bi m'm s on IMWA tnii!iro(W.ioil In vhs ll'Ji!, ..iltia.tliii h.-i:. c.-nf-ail li!. ' aM W Itelfulnrn, br.litilIrii.-iS8VTrKn (DMolttr, lumot Miaul iwwi r.Miw bunlKod.rte.cnrc4 io life. We cua stop tlfrtit h,MJ( aaiiml poivt I'.KEiJ.rt uurve ana Dm n pavuvouiKJ ax.' tiuiuiii sUrn'illia. ii.ts tnrft'.ie o.Hls tn all Ha tome ami frJc"5 5J palllSS tut life. jM'K-'t rclsorlcA kln PHoato f I'mt. Bf. 0 .vtimi I Hirst. : (t nil t.irui'. Ptlvnte plsuu'l :i(W ,.II:i7u.:j .i rwlcrit cm v v the Uraunent 4l (.(itMi obi: thws defcrao 4loKt pcUiur t f0.tl Jotkr Amkhi .aT?firi.-0. Cani.iiroa ""... -. . WaiMifrnflcns TbaOrentFrdirlilthciMclliiCiirc. AaVKBCVtKH, ""'"""m t-vvtii the tinna s.-ieina.! ':d r'1! '1 Jotnts- cvrii ts fooimd lot.-i'jv limpid fflv" rc c'4.4XowauWiii.i,mJ.n" Hor.JutHtcivirut pfrMS. . . 1 t?nXv w Mk pxc,ipii, wtib fid .ii"..i:fti. a f fcivediiwi, e e!Mt Wv'TC-JWI . uuv mflninwnpr, rn.o. ft-.Ail thin 1.1 :lo v wkaiid soua lur ujiupuiu i.uiiui. iiu.iii ' NotctYfoimn; u.3forSltlDblseati.i I.o. if ni-O.'arrli. . ,! tt.it "jaiAns cnunecsanaoiuunino unjcvmu:itng tnu.iuuiKy apanutwm ISirTI DR. HATHAWAY & Si ' Room 9 Masonic Temple, New ( CO., Orleans, La. SKILL keep atiiiitini. in :ii.l town, or In iicruut tiny house owned by any one. or nntler lii her or their control to he kept for the purpose s nf iiroiititution, or to rent or leiie any houe, room or tenement to any person or ncriinna. knowiii2 or havinir renmii to be- . . . .. ... 1 .1 m-.. nnn I -ve inn Mini nu i t'r. ..t. .... It is not yet sciuea mat a tuiou.wu , , or ronln or tpnem(.t capitol will be built. The Senate and ! for the purpose ol prostitution, or who will , i 11.. I npi-mit others to llo HO. House nave agreed on me amount, J r se,V. a: e it liirlhet ordained that it site and the plan, but the governor has ! ,,..v iM, imUwlul for any t.eron to lie an ...tiD.i n. v,:n n .( fa. inmate of nny h:itise oflll-liiine. or prostllu- 'fa"" .. tion 01 to I.o louud hi such a house tor vor of the Weathers plan, and It is i...i n,1Pnosea supposed he will object to it because See. 3. lie It further or,i..lned that it , , , J shull be unlawful for any wonmn 'or said the Gordon plan was accepted. . nwn or nrostitute tn wulk tin strcef. of Noxubee county instructed itsrepresen- said town after nine o'clock at nijrht, or at .H. not tn vnt for more than S550- ". nW"'lr. ! 01 in anv pi.hlicpliK'C.'td aecimipiiiiy her or to meet lier at anv pluee for tlie purposes i of iirnstitutii.il. pee. 4. lie It luriner (riiitiui-.i. iiihi 11 be built for that sum. The high pres sure element is in the majority at Jack any reason why these two young people ; son. Probably they will realize some should be joined together in matrimo ny you 6ay so for I donot. For be ye well assured that such as are not joined in matrimony have a fortunate escape, and, 1 "live ever happy afterwards. ' ' Ab oue Mr. Shakespeare has said, "'tis a combination devoutly to be avoided. ' ' to the HAN. Mr. Pinkston, wilt thou have this woman to live ever as Miss Jennie Cun ningham in her present state (of single blessedness. Wilt thou love her, honor and obey her, and keep her supplied with fruits, flowers and Huyler's can dies, so long as she may have a taste for the same I Wilt thou take her to the theatre on rainy nights in a carriage aud send her Cape Jessamines iu the , season when they are scarce and dear! Wilt thou let her have her way in all things, as a woman Bhould, and allow her to flirt with other men to her heart ' s content t Wilt thou permit her to .or der all her drosses .from Louisville and buy spring bonnets iu unlimited num bers . TO THE WOMAN, Miss Cunningham, wilt thou have this man to still live in his present state. Wilt thou not obey him nor loye him, but after the fashion of a truly up-to- date nineteenth century woman, leave him at home to look after the household affairs, while you attend the cemetery society meetiugs, the Home Industry Club, the Corsicana Literary Circle, and stump the county for the Populist ticket so long at you shall live, wilt thou rule over him with an iron, will, see that he' stays home from the Lodge at night, and in all other respects make him to truly miserable that ho will be heartily sorry for this rash act. ' Who give this woman away 1 TH8OR00X. With this ring I do not thee wed, and with ail my worldly goods I thee endow, including, all uy soda water and ice cream checks, J street ear tickets. By 000, and as will be Been by the proposi tions we publish this week, of a Chicgo firm, a most imposing structure could MB"iill he'tiiilawfiil for anv mini to a iste with any female Knowu to ue ur reputeit to be a prostitute. Sec. 6 B It further or.lal led that it shall be unlawful Ivr nny person to carry I anv note, messaKe, or In any way ultl anil I ssslst tin v limn ur woman to meet at nny ; place for the purposes of prostitution. Sen. 6. Re it further nr.iuincl. thai any ! person violating any ol tlie provisions of this ordinance shall, upon roiiii. tiou tie- ; fore the linivor ol said town, be fined in day tnat ' 'pride goeth before a fall. Hons. Walter Price and J. R. Dins more are at home this morning. A res o ntion was nassed yesterday to adjourn next Thursday. They are waiting on - ' re.l .riiti.rsT- or iinnHs'one.i m the Govornor to Bign tho capitol bill or j Hie Jail not more than -Unity days, or by ... Imtli such fine and Imprisonment. vetolt- ,. su. 7. He it further or.liiinetl. that the occasion being urgent- this onlinnn. e take . la I he Beat on Karth." That is whnt Rdwaids & 1Jniker merchants ol I'lnins Gu .suv ol Chain ilealiiiu's Pniu linltn, for rlieiiimiijsin, I. line buck, deep sculed and liiutetil ir I mills Sold by T, 8. Nlurpl.e, 'iiii O. i 1 1 mi H ou. effect and lie in f.iren from ;in.l alter IM passage. Approved by me tins 4th day of ..v ' , . . ? : It. tllt'KNMIMS ( Superior To All Sarsaparillas. I 1 Two years ago It. J. Wirreii. n d. uy-(lb-1 nt i'lessiiul lliouk. N. bought s sin 11 1 1 supply of Clisililieili.in's Couyh Remedy, lie sums up the result nt follows: "At that time Hie good were uukuowu in this net ion; to day Chnnibei'lniii's (Jough Iteiuedv is s household word." II is the sinne li Imii'lreds ol eotiiiiiunilii-s. Wlu-re ever tho good quiililles ul ('Iniinln ilnin's Cough lti.iiie.lv lieeome kuoun the people will have nothing else For; u1" by T. S Murpliey, Mncou and O. F. IIhio'iIioii, Slinqiialsk. Capt. Sweeny, TJ. B A., Ban Diego, (?hI , ttiys'Shiloli's Cn tiirrh Itemedy N l!i lirsl lucilieinc 1 lint e ever I'iiuii.I that would tin nie tinv good ' rrlec 6l)n. nt T S Murplioy's, . Money to Loan. 1 have 12000 in baudt to loan on good real ettate. Z. T. Doudoh. fcktray Mnllce-,. Blafe and ''!'' 1'olsn. '.Taken up by J K . '.'!.. k-r .' eight miles east of Mwuu. o;ie uy mare with dark iron gray colt alu.ui t.vo years old and young mule about one month or six weeks old. ..- ' -Mil. inn" .a 1 I-- Down In Georgia, over fifty years ago, a marvelous medicine was discovered. It was what Is How known as P. P. p., (Ltppman's Great Remedy), and its fame aud reputation has beeu ror Kneutnaiism, Biood Poisoning, Palu in the side, wrists, shoulders, back and jointa, Jpepsia, Malaria, Scrofula, and all Blood and Skin Diseases, it has never beeu equalled. IU d rfU fl8 Renewed, Appetite restored and sleepless nights banished by Jf P. wonderful tonic and strengthener. Weak women should always take P. P. P. It builds them up. It has the universal commendation of medical men throughout ZlT'uiT ePub,--o7nulaoB every bottle, and one trUl wiU convince the most skeptical that It it a genuine health restorer. Read The Truth And Be Convinced. 1 A Wonderful Cure. Money to Loan. I have made arrangements with broken in New Yark City through whom I am able to plana leant secured by a first mortgage on Improved farmt for live years time, payable in Instalment, ti the rate of 10 par cent. Interest per annum. The charge for abelraut and inspection it arami and. at ttietxpomeo. -the borrower. II you want eheap money, rome In at once, aa tbe supply la limited. ao7-l . J. It, n:wstioaa. Taken up by , las Hn son, irl' 1 straying it bis place in ilisti-iet i jelinw cow. wiin swat ow 101 1- 11 - - - J riitlil ear nnd crop nn.l umleriiii .11 - - nlH.ul 10 years old; nl-n 11 Min n,u, 1 wttb crop and slit in right, iin-i uiu'ei-liit in tell ear, '1 or 3 years old. Valued at 10 i0 The owner is requested o i-nnm Inrivai'.l. prove property, pay charges and lake .1 away or it will be dealt with iom ui.Iu' : law. ... Taken' up by .Inn. M Dtia-in M ,r li 14. IBuT. straying 011 his pine 111 ili.-uii i 4 1 ttmill red cow wmte on belly, uuma ki-i. tall bobbed about hair way. Valued at sit). The owner reipicslnl 10 come forwiird. prove pioperty, pay ".hinges ninl t-uk" it away or It will be dealt with neeoriliuy tn law. Taken up t.v J U. Klkln ai.onl .V.n im.i. . straying on hit pliee II miles west of Much In district 8. a yellow aterr yeiii-iin.'. wi'h no flesh marks or brand-. Valued .it Ml. 1 1 I wit a martyr to eiaKutar rheumatiim for thirty yeart: tried all medionct and doctors with no per manent relief. I wat atlvincd to take P. t. V and betoi I had tnbhed two fettle my pain labsidtd to 1 waa able to work. I fscl better than I have for yean, ana am confident of a complete recovery. J. S. DITKISS, KtwuenvlUc, FU. Teatlmony from the Mayor. Imffered with RheumaUtm for firtetu year, tiled all the totalled apeeiacs, but to no purooie. Mv new maa ' ' P' f 4 ",cl llkt W.H. WILDER, Mayor of Albany. From Two Well-known Phyelolane. wl.",,71? " biB nt for T"1' f. P., and we pretcribt it In a grtatnanr cues, and find It aa ex cellent thing. WCCK. We handle about one deem bsttlaaa Bra. J. 1. ft M. T- RICHARDSON, Piedmont, . 6 Hot 8prlng urpaeaed. A bottle or r. P. P., hat done me mare good than three niontha' treatment at the Ho ftarmga, Ark. JAM Ed M. NBWTON, Aberd7wn Co., O. Pimples, Sores and Eruptions Cured. I take great pleasure in testliyta to th efflcient qualities if the popular medicine Tor slain dlacaMt known a; P.P.pT i u fere for several ycara witfc """'s-hll and dia;rceablc eruption on my face. Alter taking three ba'.tlea iu accordance wltk diro Uont, I aai tUly tairtd. Capt J.D. JOHNSTON, Snoen,Oe. of johnttooACe, Or. Prlca'a Ctsmi stakia; rWet Most Perfect Made. Taken up by Hum Washington - April V. I 1807, straying on Mrs.' Pinole Martin's place I".1 dittrlct 8, a dark mouse culnn-l anw. with irinly heail, nnner slit, in l.olh earn' no brands, medium site, 11 nr If) ve.irs old, a dark colored beiter naif la wit her. Valued at W OO. Tbe owner it requested to come forward, prove property, pay cbargea and tako it away or it win ue oeait witn aa ma iw ui raula. uiaj.Mt P. T. Fkrrii. Coroner and Banger, and SeEL? I rJSt t P""', the Mood. wtich is the source of all life, and does not cease until a perfect and entire cure is effected The mortifying eruptions that disfip-ure the comolexion the ilrl fe.it... tw twa. gSKSM the .ystem 'conr to P. P. P. Libpman's Gnat Rem t'tfv ahuJ.J .a -a. to be the G.te.t x:. "" wwmm ana tnepecpre - Ul Ago. it f 7 9,1 onigffistt or direct iforn mm bxos., Iloiiltlvely etirt rrtnanently e a bottli nmm Uppman Block SAVANNAH. GA ; price) .aixbottleiforlf.