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THE MACON BEACON
fSBLllHlll IVIRT (ATCKSAT BT P. T. FKRKIS. tlbicrtpUoB, id advance, p r nnnm fl.M, Saturday. Nov. 3. 1900. NATIONAL DEMOCRATIC TICKET. For President. nillUfl J. RRYAX, ( Kebraifca, Far Vice Prrildrat ADI.A1 y. tTl:VKKO, of llllnola. For CongTess. A. F. FOX. For State Senator, A. T. F.r, For Congress. We, the nndersiirrird qnalified voters of Noxubee County, in accorjasce with the law, petitioned the Election Com missiomrs of said county to tflace the nameef R. BREWER. npon the congressional ticket te be voted on November 6th, 1900. J, F, Lindley and sixty others. We are authorized to announce W. D. F RAZEE as a candidate for Congress in the 4th Congressional district. The count will have to show that a majority of the men of this country have voted for a continuance of trust rule before we shall believe them capa ble of doing so. Whether Mr. Bryan win or loose is now up to the voters, but the know ledge that he deserves to win is com mon property. The democratic campaign managers in West Virginia have a list of more than 5, 000 illegal voters, brought to the itate to vote the republican ticket. Senator Scott, one of Hanna'g assist ants, says trusts are good for the coun try. What say the voters? Have They Sola Out There is one thing the Republican have accomplished in this campaign and that is they have so far succeeded in impressing the "McKinley and pros perity" idea upon the people, tbat some of theui believe if the Democrats should succeed in getting possession of the gov ernment all the evils of Pandora's bos would be turned loose npon the country. "XicKinley and Prosperity" has been Danna't slogan ever since he t"ok the stump, and he and all the Republican spell bindeis have hammered at it until we find, even here in Mississiiiiii.nnd in the town of Macon, a few degenerate sons of life-long, uncompromising Dem ocrats are prating about Bryan's elec tion ' "disturbing the business interests of the country. ' ' We have no hesita tion in saying that Hades ought to be full of all such Democrats. They loose ! sight entirely of all the glorious tradi. I tions of t'..e Democratic party since the i days of Jefferson, iml lend a willing ! ear to false and malignant statements ! constantly repeated to foment distrust i and dissatisfaction with Democratic principles and th?ir advocates. Intelli gent men cau very easily account for this boasted prosperity. j Richard Grant White was one of the I ablest and fairest of the Republican writers just after the war, and he de clared that the bi-sisess men of the North were sorry when the civil war terminated, becanse they were making colossal fortunes out of it, And now the government's many contracts are enriching the business men of the north Prairie P, t tit Hem.;. The negro Sam Johnston, who was dangerously shot bv Stanton hau lers two week ago, is O'.it of d-mger. Mt-srs. I-!e and Alig.vd came out last Saturday, the former to d, fend Stanton San lers.the latter to proHvute. After hearing all the evidence in the ca.-e t o court discharge 1 the prisoner. About a month ago Will MoLeo.l, colored, chewed off part of s.im Ho:- kin's lip, Sam ft It sorely aggrieved about the matter, so last Tuesday he cut off about half of Will' neck. Mr. T. W. Jackson has male ar rangements with Air. J. K. Ames and will move to the Push Johnson place. H'e regret to lose Mr. Jackson as his place will be hard to till, for as friend, neighbor and gentleman he Iims filled every ol liga'ion. L. H". Smith, Jr. has bought the II. W. Smith-hundred acres '. at Prairie Point and will proceed to build thereon a residence at an eirlv date. Y. Constitutional Amendments. No. i. Atiurtil irctin .Oti of the Statr v.'oTiMitti tion u t:.u it will rrii follows Si'O. There shall be a e.-'.'-tv cm n-, mi tvli.'.-l !nmi. whuh shall ci-r.S'it thi tax, tv It nt. lined in the counties here t!:r .'.n-e colle.-teil. ami n state vl'n'i fumi, to t e taken from the t-er.ernl t'i:t;.! in the Mate treasury, whnh tocf''" s'la'i ! r fuu'ifiit to maintain trie coiv.n s -. tor the term of four months in e.-nh h.'i.Mtw vr.ir. ut ar,T countv or r; nrjte -.! i.iitrn t may lew an ntUJiiw v.i: tux to ni.vnt:w!i v.t iehoo!i for a longer true th in t:;r Trr n t'o'ir mouths. The state o-ri't 1 v.:ul sha.l be distributed .vi.-o,: the several counties and separate school viis tn. ts in proportion to the nnmhtr of ohu-ft bit children tn t-aoh. to be detern.inci from data collected through the office of the State Snpen-uen.lent of Education in the tvanncr to le ptT.rii'ed hy law. No. 2. Henry W. Doss has accepted the agency for Xoxuhee for the world re nowned Singer Sewing Machine. Over eighteen million in use. When needing aaything in the machine line give him a call. Postoffice address, Prairie Point, Miss, novo-lm. "1 am confident that there is a very big vote, which the republican manag er! have not reckoned with, certain to MforMr. Bryan and to elect him. Congressman Adamson, of Georgia The New York Journal figures that "there are a dozen combinations that wean defeat for McKiuley, and that William J. Bryan will be the neit resident." ia 'ii -niiitv. IIK1 Oct. "d.. P Willie Dardin. son ol ,1. O. and Victory bur. Ii. In the pen year of liU axe. lie w:i a tradi. smart, good boy, ..'.fllent to parent-. Kind to bro. tlier :m,l -;.T.r .;tvl i O v and they are giving a hearty support to j a few d.iv. .,., !n wisluing n our niid-t the government who-e policy is one of We did not krn.w until a loir 1mm. if,ire conquest and imperialism, and whion I ''is Oeatb i..t the uneen mei.ci.trcr was demands immense sums of money that , '""'"ring near tu bear bis ..pii it home. the mass of the people miit contribute 1 Fn,l Uus-ir. ami prayer- were una. "ling 10 stay ! mironn that all niu-t o bey. -. oner r ia!, r. lie can never return ' to u,., but the precious bono should eon-ole us. men in tin g!,..m,!et hou, of rief, that we can go to loin. because the government has that is not wrung from the taxation. While we see the lt element Rrpnblican parry of the north n refusing to support a governm nagranuy corrupt, lilt are striving openly to det.at it, we have the I mortifying spectacle, here on Mi-siss- i iyyi b lkiuoci auc son, or a ti-w men who express a fear that the election of the Democratic standard 1 ear-T would "disturb the business interest of the no money I people by ; t I of the onlv j ent so I etna'.lv i " from u-1 l.oveJ en 1 et 111 spirit e I', And in dream- ; te country . ' ' Have mess of pottage ? they sold cut for a Ve shall soon know whether the set tlement of the coal strike was perman ent, or merely an ante -election dicker. Perhaps .Senator Scott's euclopy of trusts may make him McKinley's Burchard. ' 'The Roosevelt dinner teems to have been another Balshazzer feast. Sena tor Scott '8 frank declaration in favor of trusts, of what the republicans meaa, was fortunate for the country. Every man who doit votes the republican ticket does so with full knowledge from a high official source that it is a vote for the trusts. "Senator Jones, Chairman Democratic National Com mittee. It ia up to you. Mr. voter, to decida whether you own this country, or the trusts own you and the country. Mr. Bryan's reply to the charge that private contributions paid the expenses of the train on which he traveled was iiaraon many republicans "I would rather the people would pay for the train and leave me independeut than have the railroad company furnish it, and then own me after the election. 1 ' Th Boers still have 1!3,000 fighting men in the field, and are giving the English no end of trouble. The President of a Xew York national bank has added his indorsment to that Riven to the Standard Oil Trust by Sen ator Scott, Nov. 0. The people will protest both principal and indorseis. Teddy's cowboy antics are amusing in their way, but the people will decide them to be entirely out of place in the dignified office of Vice-President. If the republicans win this election they intend trying to keep themselves in power by reducing the Congressional and electoral college representation of the Southern States, Republican editors have quit jollying Mr. Cleveland since he made public his opposition to Mr. McKinley's imperial rmnppine pclicy. . v. in or loose, Mr. Bryan has made one of the most remarkable campaigns ever seen in this country, whether Tiewed from a physical or a political standpoint. The Constitutional Amendments. Editor of the Ite.-u-cn I read Hen. Walter Price's article in last 'week's issue of the Beacon with much interest. This proposed amend ment to the constitution on which the people are called on to vole on nest Tuesday was very warmly and thor oughly discussed before the last house of representatives, and only passed its third reading by a very small majority, I think only two or three vjtes. I investigated its workings thoroughly and as stated by Mr. Price, found that it would effect our county adversely anywhere from thirteen to seventeen to seventeen hundred dollars per veur if carried, and under these conditions I opposed the measure in the house. While the policy of the state should be to educate its white children, and most of its white population reside in the poorer, or what is known as white coun ties, snd while I believe in such legisla tion as will give them these epportnni ties, I ara 'opposed to the change in the ' constitution as is contemplated in this amendment. I contend that the State! should live up to and in good faith the constitution framed in lv.to, when il : was then impossible to have gotten such a constitution without the co operation ot the black 1 1 e r is calling ciuor dear, aeld'llieni, in y ho it near. We shall gret t tlieni in that mnmlne N hen on cai i!i o u i work is done ; At the rier. Mc-ed river. We are gathering, one by one-" A KUIK.NH. It will be seen just as well right here as anywhere else it, the p iper that J. F. .Shelton is selling first-class sewing machines and he asks the ladies to in spect before buying, See in our windows the beautiful French Flannels in all sha les of polka dots for making shirt waists. r.vm- Dry Goor Co, See tho-e beautiful white enamel ed beds at the New Furniture Store We want the jieople line of Window Shndes Furniture Store. to see our at the New Aeiciid srotion 2."8 of tile State 0."i tion so l lint it will read as follows: ort. ...ii. i ue legislature may at '.he lirst session alter the federal census of leoo. ami deceiicisily thereafter, make anew apportion nieiit oi senators ana represeuta:h.- At e.uh apportionment each county then organ- lied shut! have at least one repre-rntative. The countiis of Tishomingo, Alcorn. I'rcn. tiss. I.ee. Itawamba, Tippah. Vnion. Denton Marshall. Lafayette, Pontotoc, Monroe. Chickasaw. Calhoun, Yalobusha, Orenada, Carroll. Moutsomenr, Choctaw. Webster, Clar. I.onndes and Oktibbeha, or the terri- iLry now composing them, shall together never have less than fourt.T-four representa tives. The counties of Attala, Winston, Nox n!ce. Kemper, Leake, Neshoba, Lauderdale. Newton. Scott. Rankin. Clarke. lasper, Smith. Simpson, Copiah, Franklin. Lincoln, Lawrence. CovinKtou, Jones. Wayne, Green, l'erry, Marion, l'ike, I'earl River. Hancock. i Harrison and Jackson, or the Triton- r,v.. composing them, shall together never have less than forty. fourreprrsentntives, nor shall the remaining counties of the state, or the territory now composing them, ever have lc-s than forty-four representatives. A re (Miction in the number ol senators and repre sentatives may be made by the legislature if the same be uniform in each of the three said divisions: but the number of representatives shall not be less than one hundred, nor more than one hundred and thirty-three, nor the number of senators le- thnn thirty, nor more than forty-five, provided that new comities hereafter created shall te given at lea-t one representative until the next sue ceeoinr; apportionment. Remember that Rryau and Stevenson represent the plain people, who believe in the perpetuation of the government established by our forefathers, while McKiuley and Roosevelt represent a trust-girded empire, 'controlled by a moneyed oligarchy, and let your vote tell which you believe in m W. J. and J. II. Hubbard are offer ing a fine pair of large mules for sale. A good chance to get a pair of tine mules al a bargain. Call on or address W. J, HfBBARD, Shuqnalak, Miss, The latest improved bed springs just received by J. F. Shelton. Do not get scared if your heart trou bles you. Most likely yon suffer from indigestion. Kodol Dyspepsia Cure di gests what yon eat and gives the worn ont stomach perfect lest. It is theonly preparation known that completely di gests all classes of foods; that is why it cures the worst cases of indigestion and stomach trouble after everything else has failed, it may be taken in all con ditions aud cannot help bnt do you good. T. S. Murphey. For good smoke call for Frances, 5, 10 and 15 cent cigars. E. C. Scales Co. Swift & Co's ware room is still in Ma con with plenty of meats and lard, also apples, onions and potatoes. J. O Faskr, Agt. MULE! FOR 4AIE. Two large fine wagon mules, in fine con lition and reliable every way. Ap ply to W, J.HlT,nARD,ShuquIak, oef.'7- lt or J.II. Hi bhakd, Hashnqna. iiiiiiu's sai.k. State n Mississippi Novelty Iron Works 11 vs. I. ates. Noxubee County Vondl Exp. By virtue of the ahnve-stated writ dire, -id to me from the otlleo of I. T Smith, luslien if I he peace In and for said county, 1 'will on MIINl'AV, Jlfct" .'id. A. D., ldm, proceed to sell for ca-h to the highest bid der, in front oi tie Court House turd in .ini-on, miss., between the hours prescribed hy law, the following described real estate levied upon as the property of said il..i..u,r ant, and which will he sold to satisfy the above-stated writ and all costs, to-wit': The south-half of southeast quarter, see - "i"1 7 N f, St. T 15, li 111, situ ated in said county and state. D. CLARK. oct2,.t Sheriff. S in itit s in;. state of Mississippi. Noxubee County. Patton Bros. ) No. 'JTll vs. I Kreent inn Mr-. .1. A. Weatherbv. Hy virtue ol the above-statm! writ ,lien. ed lu me Irom 1 lie o.i.ee of W. P. .Minor.' lerk of the Circuit (' Olirt of nvnliAp Countv, I will on Monday, November 5, A. D 1900. proceed to sell to the highest bidder, for ii no i ui n.e vouri nouse yard in ash. Any one who wishes to purchase a pretty, stylish hat will find it to their advantage to link at .Miss Shelton's. Pay Your Taxes. The assessment I;, ills 0f ;oai nn, Personal Property of tlie year liMIO have liecii jilai fd in my hands fur 'uHt'Ctioil Of t.'lXes (m s;i1)R., J pir-on ant hcivby notitied thai the taxes are now due and payable. W. I). Cl.AIiK. .Sheriff and Tax Collector. When iu need of piotnl(. fnu,les see tile line at the New Furniture .tore. The lar-est ever brought to -Macon, an, they are ninkino- beanli. The Xev Furniture Store is slp.w-in-a beautiful line of Side Hoards cheap. At C. L. counties, wherein thev 1 fill frames. V.-l- ,, ,,. iuauc euunucuiuit sacrifices ia order to secure the constitution. It will ,be fayored by those counties that are benefitted by it and opposed bv those that are not. I pYn-t tn it defeated, as I believe, nnder existin- i , ,lwnn'"" hllvt'r I'ryHul conditions, and in justice to the black I V yon w,u tm S,ass -amblers counties it should be defeated j '"r,ts ,0 ' 1 1,er "'U'oblets from W.J.Hrm..ua. I ( ' ' !"'r s,'(' A i blass pitchers from 13 cents to .?li.50 Th. viv.K... iM;'"' x ''-'!( from 13 --v ,v-ouig iieram pre poses an- : s; t.M-l: v " "c" tainu,iu--ine lCKsourg, .Ma- ; to to ai.u lirmiiL'ham road. That Salt and P nts to ppers from 5e con would be an air-line road and would run through South Winston. o ) v.iot. 7 r Long Walt Nearly Ended. The claim agent of the state ex. fu oviuc nine ukxx, wees to jiay the first and Second Mississippi bojs the amount due them by the government for the time that they were in the service of tbe state un til they were mustered in. Each member of the regiment will be personally notified when he will re ceive his pay. The Third will be last to be paid. Star. Tu tu- talk fUMM 1 OABTORIA. bei TEE8PAS8 SO. ICE. All parties are warned, under penalty of A . v uy ,,unt"K or other Wilton thA kmlinflh-lF .. -- ----. i., ,,, Konoins es tate, lying between Cooksvlllc and Paulette -uii una cooKsvllle road. J' E, ROBBINS MNHl7 Mid la one day WAN1ED-ACTIVK MAN OF GOOD CHABACIEB to deliver and eoll.ct In Mississippi for old eitalll.hed manufactu. tin, w..l.i. b0U. m , ,ur( y. Boneitr nor. than experle.c. re ?,r,,,r"e(- IX' .tamped Jt,"y??tX,rtnt Thi"J Floor, 83 T i 1. . '(',' It t ASK Y0URCR0CE3 FOR 9 The 5 Minate grcafcfast food. Pvirina Health Flour "BRAIN DR.EAD." I'LKI.NA .MILLS. M. Le.ui. Mo. A'lii'ii iii nocl (f cat'iiciM, nmtt iiis (u riis, call ,in,i g,.t our prices they urc the lowest. . T. J. IL'tiklns, nt Holbci-jr Conner. D..n.rJt.v t. U wen j ville, Ya writes, "lam nsiug Kodol Dyspepsia Cure in my practice among severe cases of indigestion and find it an admirable remedy." Many hundreds of physi cians depend upon the use of Kodol Dys-" pepsia Cure in stomach troubles. It di gests what ytu eat and allows you to eat all the good food you need, provi ded you do not overload your stomach. Gives instant relief and a permanent ""'" T. 8. Murphey. China Oyster Plates " Fish Sets ' ' Game Sets ' ' Eerry Sets ' ' Chocolate Sets ' ' Cracker Jars ' ' Cuspidor ' ' Dinner Sets " TeaSels ' ' Cake Plates Also a great vaiiety of Semi Porce lain Goods and Iron Stone China in im ported and American are at Ileiu rich's Silver and Crystal Pallace. All cotton and woolen fabrics have near'y doubled in value, but tin Rack et Store nevertheless maintains low prices, as it ever has and will. Jt prints a list of new goods and prices this week, which is only a small part of their stock. Their prices are in the reach of everybody, and don't let your j '1"lll'r l?o until you see how far it will j go at the Racket Store. If you wish to . choose a hat from a good line of miliin- ery come to the Racket Store, j loci hi;, roi.n i .: im . j T;ii,r l.u.vutive liromo Oiilnine 'l'.iiil, u, , !1 'lniL-i-is refund the money if it fails in cure, K. y, ;roe's signature is on each box. sr. Mai'on. Miss., l.ptweeu tlie bourn presented liy law. the following tiem-nlied land, situ ateil in si'ld county and slate, uud ievied upon hs tli property of said defendant, to sulisly s;iid writ ami all eosts, to-wit: Sixteen Keren ill the south end ol south, east quar of northenst quar and (17 acres in north end of easl thre' quar of soulheast 'lii.'ir, sec. 84, T. Hi, It. IT. S.1 acres, anil 210 ai'ies west of Coluinlnis roul, south part of north I all' and norlb part of south halt see. '-i. J Hi, 1( 17, situated in Noxubee eotintv. A Special Election. Tiik Statu hk Miisrssirri, Kxecutive Depart nieut. Tn the K.leidion Commissioners of Noxubee County Greeting: Whereas, a vacancy exists in the Senate of the State of Mississippi by nasonof the death of lion. J. K. Dhismorc, Senator from tlie lfith District, composed of the County of Noxubee: Now therefore, 1, A. II. Longiiio, Governor of the Slate of M issismppi, by virtue of the authority vested in me by the constitution and laws of the Stt.te, do issue this Writ of Ejection, commanding you to hold, or cause to be held, nt the several precincts iu the said county of Nox ubee, on Tuesday, the Oth. day of November, 1HU0, an Electron for one Senator to nil the unexpired term of the said John It. Dinsmore, deceased, Senator from the lfith. District of the State of Mississippi. And you will in all respects con duct said election, and make re turn thereof, in the manner pre scribed by the constitution, Laws and ordinances now in forced iu this State relating thereto. lu Testimony Whereof, I have hereunto set my hand and cmsed tbe Great Seal of the State of Miss issippi to he allixcd. Done at tlie city of Jackson, this the 10th. day of October iu the year of our Lord, 1!K)0, A. II. LONGINO. By the Governor: J. L, POWER, Secretary of State. In compliance w ith the above, a Special Election will be held in Nox County, on November C.th. 1H00, and for the purpose therein men tion. W. O. IUhnkh, Jno. E. Adams, L. E. En.ANii, Election Commissioners, DOORS, SASH, BUN A CAR-LOAD JUST UKCElTf Bought low for the cash and be sold the same way, L. F. HOLBE fmCES, Express Prepaid ,, 17, A xxx 10 years old Red Rock, xx a " x 6 " GUARANTEED f3 , to rive TjJ ?f satisfaction Pm -J or money Aisn cheerfully f( rtsSvij refunded. MWl 3$H r.aiiwi mm i; wi. ii. i- FOUR FULL QUARTS WHISKEil $3.80 03 MMJVV1 - 3.1 o fp&- uEr "11 il a m ii i f MC l i d dvinn nj DIRECT FROM WAREHOUSE OF UNCLE SAM TO YOU No marki or brand to mdicatu conteni. All inquirivH promptly replied to. m FURNITUR Sl'pti'.l-tS Sheriff, 8 Iff ICK l' SAI.t. Stale of Jhssissiiipi. Xoxubeo County. W. II. Patton ) 0, '-71 r.vs,'.. , t Execution. Hy virtue of tlie above Htatpd writ dire ct eil lo mo from the ollice of V. P. Minor rierk of Ihe Circuit Court of Noxubee County, Miss., I will, on Monday, NoTember 5th, A. D., 1900, proeeed to sell to the highest bidilrr, Tor ('asl .''"it "f the court-house vard in Macon, J is. i between the hourn prescribed by buy, the following described land, ullu uted in said county and state, mill levied upon an the property of mid defendant, to siitisly said writ nd all costs, to-wit IB acres in S. end of S. K. r. ol N E nr ami (17 acres In N. end of K J of S. K. J S,ec' .H, ,11. It, 1,,S.I acrca and W.) a3res west ol Loluini us road, in south part of N i and uorih part of of S. j. See. i!f,, 7I(i K r situate In Noxubee countv tti.. ' ' ' 9-atn. w. n. ci' SbcrifT. NOTICE ! Hiils v ill be received il.l :i the Kiisl Moniiay In November. llKiu, for i .uim- iui iu oi tne i'oor llouiie to Iced, clothe and cure lor the inmates, irom the 1st oi January, .mil. lo January 1st. 1902 i no I oar, reserves the ri-lit to reject any an, I h Ii , l 'j in ,i - '...i. i.. i . iiiiiriiiii, The Bent Prescription for Klalurln. Chills anJ Fever in n bottle of Gkovks Tastklkhs CntLL ToNtc. It ia simply Irod and quinine in a tasteless form, No cure no pay. Price 5 c $100.00 In Gold, For the fust case of chills and fe ver that lingers' Blue Chill Cute will not cure. The lirst do.se breaks the chills and three doses will cure. 25c. Guaranteed. "77" llreHkn l p Cold,,. Tlie prompt use of Dr. Hum phreys' Specific "77" breaks up colds that "hang on." All druggists. Hl'MI'HKKTs' MkIUCIXK Co. Cor. William and Jehu Sis., N. Y, Oct. 6. Clerk. My extension rnrtnin poles, just re ceived, are just what you need. Will suit any window. J. F. Siirlton, Valiiublft to Women. Enpecially valuable to women ia TlrnwoV Iron Hitters. Iiackache vanishta, headache disappeari, strength take, the place ot weaknoiw.and the glow of health readily tome, to the pallid cheek when tliis won derful remedy ii taken. For sickly children orowworked men it liu no equal. No home Ihonld be without this famous r.medy Browns' Iron Uitten i. , bv all deaiera. Bring Your Cotton Seed to the by l 11ns h((ll vnlliiur iiitf. m,r V,.,. a "7 iiuuou uiiui now vrnl FURMTURE in the greatest profusion. To tlie purchaser wishing to be really economical I opportunity not presents elsewhere. The widest quality an.l prices, with tne complete assurance of sat) in every purchase. J. F. SHELTI R If anilrfl It Tastelett and Guaranteed to Curt CMIIi rover and nil aiaiLii rM..ki.. IIWUNIBIt ifurs nut uoniAin uiuiiiiia Nnn nttii. P..:., . W. A. MCarty 9on, Dt.S ""..Sf H Dest we have over handled. Mr son nnirrihlZT, i theonly Chill Tonic which . rhff.f . " '.'J? h" P'"' " Wl 50c. HltOWN MVIi ;ii v;" injury w hi iwrnial," I "M ra. "wieneviiie, loss. I Price 5 HE E HON OIL C Office and Scales at the Mill. For Perfection or Moss Malres ses. call mi Xcw Furniture Stoic. T. J. Hopkins. i aii.Mi.K.rfij .1 This picture is the trade mark of SCOTT'S EMULSION, and is on every bottle of SCOTT'S F.MUI. SION iu tlie World, which now amounts to many millions yearly. This great business has grown to such vast proportions, fZrsf.-Because the proprietors have always been most careful in selecting the various ingredients used in its composition, namely; the finest Cod Liver Oil, aud the purest Hypophosphitcs. Second.-.Beeause they have so skillfully combined the various ingredients that the best possible results are obtained by its use. rirA-Because it has made so many sickly, delicate children strong and healthy, given health and rosy cheeks to so many vale anaemic girls, and healed the limes and restored to full health, so many thousands in the first stages of Consumption. . If yoa have not tried It, wnd for Urr iU greMbl tame will nurpnw v ,r" ,MnPl, 8COTT & BOWNK, Clirmi.t, 49-4'5 PMrl Street, New y'otk (Kiulfiw; 111 inittui,. LIST UNCLAIMED LEITEBS. i nuliiiiig in postoticc In Mimnn. t. 22. HiK) : Ii week cnilin (), Augnstii, Jc-se linvcr, (ioe Cotton. Klicc K. Joiick, Ruclicl lliiyraiunon, Peebles liolilnson, Scolt WiUon, Mm. D. K' Iloozcr, J. S. Iturion, Walter iotT. Jlrs. SalMe MiiClouil, Charley liunlett, J, SI. Slicppard, Archie Walters, Win J. (2) When called for say advertised. l. STEVENS T, SI. NOTICE Any information as to the where abonts of my English setter Hog will be very highly appreciated, He is two years of a;e anil liver anil white in color, the liver color slijrhtly predominatiti!?! Has a broad, intelligent forehead and had the manseiwhen taken from home a week ajro. Also had a knot on one of his hams just above tho tail. H ( Kina and gentle in disposition, loyes to ue petteu and is fond of children. He answers to the name Don. If required a reward will be paid for his return to me A. C. Boole, One Minute Couh Cure, cures. That Ii what It was m.de lor. It is well to know Unit DcWitt's V.'iieh H.izcl .Salve will heal u burn ami si '-!' the pain nt once. It will cure ee zema an.l skin dieasis and Ufrly wounds mid son-x. it is a pertain enre for piles. C nnterieits may be od-red you. See that you ,iM the original D)ii; ' ii,ti Hazel Salve. T. S. Murphey. Feeling of saf -ty pervade the house hold that uses One Minute Cough Cure, the only harmless remedy that produces immediate results. It is infalliable for coughs, colds, croup and all throat and Ininr troubles. It will prevent conyump. tion' T.S. Murphey. This is the season when mothers are alarmed on account of croup. It is quickly enred by One Minute Congli Cure, which children like to take. T. S. Murphey. NO TRESSPASS. I All parties are warned not to tress pass on my land lyinjr alon- Summer ville road, 4 miles from Macon il S'J lm w. h. Hunter. Money to Loan, On improved properly at a rei.sonable rate, time to suit borrower. II. t". i. liAlt.NES, 50.000 to Loan. I will loan any amount desired on pood ccurity. 4-7-tr. A C.IIOOl.E. C ASTOR I A Tor Infants and Children. The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the o S)(0(Q Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you cat. ltartlflelally digests the food and aids iNature In Btreuitlienlnff and recon structing the exhausted digestive or gans. It Is tlie latent d i sco vered d igegt ant and tonic. Ko other nretmraMnn can approach It In efficiency. It In stantly relieves and permanently curei Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Heartburn, flatulence, Sour Stomach, Nausea, Sick Headaelie,Ga8tralgia,Cramps and allothorresultsof lmperfectdigestlon. Price 60c. and II. IjirRo lze,,ntaln3i timet small lxe. Book all ubout dyspensln mailed free Prepared by E. C DeWITT ., Chicago- We will pay you the highest market price for Seed and sell ycu Meal and I lulls at the Lowest. J. H. WRIGHT, Manager. J. H. WILLIAMS, DEALER IN Blocton . Coal. Good Coal and Full Weights Guaranteed. ..rOJ.. vr. uLXAiyoux at depot or apply tome J. II. WILLIAMS. aus25-3m T. S. MURPHEY. STATEMENT SHOWING CONDITION OF THB Merchants and Farmers B Of M,pNv"SS., SEPT. 2Q, IQO0. ' UI.U-1..-.1 hy .,r..,-ll.,B ..r.-Unpier HAnnolnK-d Ccle ollWl. "II pl'l'MlllllI ' -lal.'iirci.l. IIKSontcKs I.imns nw .HscMMiiiiv iMHlfirsi'ini'tils. r, ,i lutcrnl svciiril irs. "M'l.irullSMTiir,.,! mui uiiM.,.ri.(i SlocUa and limi.l ' 'k's'i VtV-rt! "'1,1 Kinl h'x pi'lisi's Slulit I'Xrhiitijji. Ki'vcuuo 8l;uii) on hn, Cash on InuHl M.nsT lis iii.iKT :n :l,ur, s:i :i,' ;is u "L'l IKI LIABIMTIKS: C'uiltnl paid in xiirin.H lTnillvl,l,.,l proflta individual deposits sul.iect In -iuck TiincCortifli-uto cif lip.o,it . Hanks dcpiitltfi hr,-,V,.'!.'.!:'-..,'M!':.S'(''lshi'i''l lh ""iiuifsui saul llaiik on , Total . 1.'I11L' I- a t'i. I'mII ,,,) ,..,., , :. u n.i.v ii lid dale namvd tlivrdii. shmni i v cnewxtl ... swiii-n tnaini ,,ir,,.i J. r .i .VI !-- t i miks. t li tH lilih i,,.. -lrcult erk in and for tlifcminty Kxainln,.d and i, '", ' "; W. i . Ml.NOH, Clreu"! ioaiuMiayofOc t.iUHu, " Worn. . ,,. . H- COK, Auditor. Showing Condition of the BANK OF MAC0 J H W, (r$$ 0T) jept. 29, 1900. ruWMicd l.ydlroctlon ol Chnptor 11 of Annolntcd rod of 1, RESOURCES .IIATI n.l .nn endo,-, ., ,.: . "" .,,.l'.l'oi.al lnter.il ..i, r,.:, . J" ' or col. Drugs, Chemicals, Patent Medicines, Oils, Lamps & Fixtures, Toilet Articles, Prescriptions Carefully Prepared at all Hours. LIABILITIES riiplUl Stonk "iverdrnrt. socured ' ' " In.llvlclunl deoo'i tublfct toch ".......re and fixtures ,,,.. ... Time CertlflOBtei of Hepoill. u, .. Qu uuier DHI1K8 Wnlit cxRhanKn -'-Ian. 'ah on liaml 17,57S 22 11, 1),' 41) I, N. RrAt.KM ..f n . - r..n . ' ' 'NK OI fflnpnn lin .. , ....ln uu anu exact statement nfti, " oerf"y cerlir.v Mint tnriw j named therein, as shown 1,1 V A"",, Uiibllitlei of said Hank on tti. W "1 u . '""'"''"'"'ooksofsame. N. .SCALES, C4 m i d. . 1 s!rl,,ed before mo. a rh.,.,. r..u reunlT ol j vjt.ii n in i,u ."' , um. mis. the mil, da.ro,tl e KiHnilnednn.l r . l0'" ThlHMhdayofoet., '' w (J ftu, - w- ! COl.K, Auditor, Z.T. DOBKOn.Ctai-f'l First Six Month's Business CONDITION I) A AT 1 Dill OK THE B. H, STRONG CHAS. STRONG Prame Belt Land Co. Macon, Mississippi. $260'7ow;rtr,proper,v so,d venr j- : Money tLocno tn Irrprcv.d l.rd at 7 1-2 PerCen,. , OF BRO'OKSVILL At Close of Businosu April 9lh. (900. It PUI ttTllrl... t'oansanddlseoiinu """King lionse, lurmt'uV.Tn W Wm 01 Kxpense aeoount " "xt ' Csh lu hanks., rash on ,an, 'J'oliU ""Hl..iVrtS,u,,,H,,lti8,orrwt i,imo an 3il.t7 ,14 8176 m LIABIMTIK8 Capital Stock paid In.... fronts Ueposlti Total. AETimn nnflAN. CM1'! Ml""" We solicit all cl, !..... . . " - T '