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A. CS . KTUATTON, ?!Tf'? .S.NP PRorRIETltn. Our Wnshin-rUn Letter. Theo. Rotliman, lTBUsIIKii. I 'aiii .U N. J.ti 7. i Mr. McKmy's attempt to bl.-il 'the ai.li-t iv it 1 1 rviue r;oh nrs in the House int. ke-pi..f ...:el, ty proUlis I g lli:lt tie Wotlld Hi i i:'y , ihe civil service rules as sem as t:.r !'. i it, P" inv;rg beer, g't '' i, ; r.-vtd by the Ohio upiiV.:cat.s. Ti e n- an- rf"s fjf b. tb:it Mr. McKmlry :.!s- hold-, 'his e court at JTI.C-IC 7'.' 5. ami in s:.v.r The same s rt (f thmgis go sible lime for '.Le M!j ri m w , . :. ...r, t., 1 1 L' i me action vi, ' i- .I.-,, w..rd ita-tla-Led by in: i-n i:i itnt that tt.f and so ir.e annus, p '. - I -.! , ttllTfCutNTY VIP?J?UZ' .1. -- -- ..giutior. cea-.-4. w .s a tht f..iure Liisrtv. Jaauarr 898-; The fiuht on civil servuebegm a "" . . 'sunn s C ill-ires rr.iss-nib'.ed. 1t i, reported that Gr.al I.r.Uin (;-,lpVt,,lir tVrlleU Lis ..1 II lli'.llllllll w ire acn 5 the o 'i.'-n .or, reu.e court had dec f.ro ihe warden rrd.rtd the pro- .",3C,C00-.. being on gran, to be carried cut. j must be remembered that a lithe At 10:30 o'clock Durrant, accom- 'n-.,re than one-half of it goes into . r.,.rrt .1 . -.lo A i , t he arti.-al S .10 m i I, (l i.ic an;, ...... . The Df ad T 1S9T ft I- in tl.e Column ot currrui I 11 . . . ,i . , f i; Our Ans's Way. A Mis-issippian, who was ii.. i, ,,'(. faun wet k K-c.na m. u-r. h,.!.i d ,- .... .".i .balhs of di-tirg' '.L.tdlo inter- tbe world-wbid. in IS'. wsS-f4.- ai, ,, ,omeI1. As we 1 i-h- i lion, nt.d buth Senators G then went ,u,si- ojiuaiii. The t r.Kr.iry CMi-i'erfvit i- i ej-:!y dt,tii.uirlb!e from the ....t nf. iMi'e that OIilv thore not " . . i... " ... hoi ie A hv Fathrr La 'an. . iv i Iv it lut tuuiber of at the door c.f the ,cuti..n ronm.;ahiays usebul.u.n, but take tl.e .l.tm,d l,j ,c; ?it i e w f0,lowd bv hi fah,r,War-; Ctlint wllit.h i, f n, .....re value; ... i-,ui.ur:eu tW tilvr cer.iticates , " , J .,,.; ,; vu buv to- i ...;..), f ,r Un Hale aim me jiuji"- - :iikc; iui rUU,.u....5J ii Wi.icti tool ,. . - i .ii.- ...'.I .. . ther and bis friends waiKeu an. uou (Uv wa3 a live uoii;tr , I T I ! .M.'l.Mirin were cum; everyihir. I1 " 'uer ifin h:ii k over the yei , , . ei-rimi have ; are au;e i b.e ...... - ,! a-ai.l.l m-.lci the Miii.,ii. various neula u. . r ...j.. py, hut let the matter run alongfj, have been di.-c vtrci: direct ..th. ul l.u.,ra..tee. . f Cclomhu. i 'r-, 81,0 u,"e " 1 i fr,nt. while Pur-1 v, .prii.v In this manner the U i . j.,.,titwi -i irn. wiii iui ?tr iidi.i'ii - . - , if tl.H 't' " .ii. i :r .lr i.k I, in rti iii i5ttii to ttau TiUbk to ! '-"l" , " l .... ,r, !ln thr Treasury D.pa.ttnent. ...1 i:il..L (111 1UC ill t. Kim. : ru , Jfturiiue Sutety c.f the I'm: Stte, No. 1A r.roadnay, NewjA Ycrk, foi a dainty and beautiful And the auli are not conhninif li.eiust-lve to talk. They have ,tret.iry l.:is oraereu u.a. : - , . , ,ire U,u. f these silver certifi- "v...g "t tl.e p......... ; tl.e lo at.u .., - f thfl It? 1 . ,m ,u il m i . : . . . . ..r.M, rwt )r..Ml..l li!k.-Itfr?l.l". 'v..- j.ll, l':t U . UC -L Ut' ' 1 ne 1 v ... - o . j i.lrf.,r,.i In-tantlV on ar- ,i.M .u at ,e mints is uiikii .while up heeu the loje? U activity. From the rat.ks of men active m ur public affairs have been taken S,n:.tors Harris ,.f Teni.-s.ee and (;,.ri?, f Mis-is-ippi, Il.pre-.en-tative 11 .hum of Indiana, ex J-en-;1t .rs Voorheesof Indianaand Coke f Ti-ts. Charles A. Ian, editor fcreen ca e:" l.r introduced a hiil in the House pro- tale W-ue i f ttiese tilver ceruu-; e . ' , - . , , ... i - I - i"-d h-rHJ 0ct W-aud I " were pinioned and the rope of(he ,ul amount "f H'- n' - ca.u. . - ; placed about his i.-ck The harp-; iiver IirdvHed the United ?! ate ew I . . , .... r I ... , .i .... .......I .... t,,i i.vt..i I 1 1 1 ir. p,;i I irririiiiiH i ... vi.nngir.ai H.iyii..ni. . . - . . m:in was about to adlut the blact doe4 a fair l.roi..rtion ... . , ... ffiU. . , . . I . I... ..... ... l.I II. a It, .If.. ... ' t- . i . -o ...l..r..l i,f N.ixi.l.ee ! riniiloVeS will, salaries iron, c.-vv. wiu ui.i ue knunumn.. Jl II Jill TP. I'"""", ' Ac."rdina s fur the Yoik hun, and llenr) C.H,,r- the nricu.ator nt Hie m i'!e tax" theory. county, iim k tire to a po-r wid .w ,lo $10. , t i . . . . . i UU'lUsMe, anil hi p.a-:t are all om " . i.,,.... y l ist week, where there are twer.ty-tue or more : w,.u!.l belter refu-e SIW uver fer H wm arrested, and awaiting ; Federal employes chall he Under Lfa-atps, unless tendered by re trial when a n.ol. took him by force i u.e civil .crvic-e law. The answers ! lllllS1t,:e j.artie?. fro,,, the d. nu'y an I shot hu l.ea l ;oi u.ree ine,n..t,s u. v.. ctT. ' .-heruiaii, (.1 i'e and Wilson, to a Senate resolution are also in the, Dr. Shew a Rogers, a prominent ; l(f . fu,ih ule into Mr. Mc ' .. V Tl, , nnnuunceu Ills ,., ,, 1 .t rmcirl. whictl Is Meanwhile anybody . . ,,... :,..:., :. ... ...i..,.,. ivmiOoO desire tti FbeaK. -, year n H" " ,v- v :er- . . . . . , i .. .. . jciven and the doomed rnurd. rer . ln H11,l S.btjOJ U in er a. : spoke, asserting his innocence. icoinajje value. ! The words were delivered slowly But the idea conveyed by figures mid distinctly and ithout en.pha-' l..Ue is at best incouipb te. Fig sis. The eager crowd of specta-'. ur-s in the million are ct.fu-;ng: ..... ...,, ,wt Msr to the wood-n ; figures in the billions m- an almost DuiTiiul's Death. San t initin. Trison, Jan. w,..l,.U f le....,hi-ii... wa:.- ....,i,..,....,.iis..v H.:it When William Henry ineooore , k (,at m,pht not .nothing to the inin.i. cm.....-- ,. her fisiht with the Merrimac. .hot t.T wman a f. w day p-' ... rule, 0LiU, Lv .no.htir.i a : Durrani died .... tl.e galh.ws this i K wor(, rf(vhat was bi.ig said. I can give better the Hue sigmlicai.ee. Th ,,ar ,',, Judge l.owe'.l Tbe assailant then suicided. N ! to delude a number of plac.t in ' mori.t.ig f.r the murder of Ulanche N((, , cul j ,,e heard, except j f the amount uuoted at.ove. y witness. to the Bhootinj!. j f ,lltjr .iqumoenU. 1-1,t" l,e e'av'' 5Ul1' a" ' xbli"""n : the e ven tones of the man ab.llt to : Take, for instance, Cleopatra and tb molive for tl.e shouting a: Tiie ,Uvt.r H.en in the Sen .te arc ..f coolness and nerve as has seldom (He Durrant finished iui?lly and J N'.-edle, that famous shaft once a n)y6lery. 'showing signs of an intention to h.en seen under similar circum- ,ia( PCiUCeiv CPased when tbe wonder if E-'M'. 8el. P "' ' '...t... ..... .....rAr In n-it'a ,t: .s llutieful almost t the ' ..... ,.l.,(.d nr l.U faro ! Central l.ark. New York. 1 he oh- lit ii.i..e.. Ui.(t illtHi(m W; a resolution very l.i-t minute thai something oi XMhP Prime instant IlanguiariLnnt ; eiisk is VI t et nigi ington l.as or.iereu me cuna. , bv s,.nalor Teil.-r, d.-clar- .o.nebodv would inter ene t.. save Marietta, now at Mare Wand, lol. L, j. L(,niU are j.aya- K,,,,, he walked to the scaffold this Salvador on the report from I mted .() (lullar al tlie fll,tiull tlll,niilli, made his little speec h Elates Consul Jenkins th .1 the . ( p,verllim.,it Thi i not a ,,Mtefting his innocence, as c.lin- iitualion in that country was ; , .... , j,.,!,,,, ih.red ,,. distinct enunciation disturbed and threatening. ,v rr. Teller is i.tet.ticall v the ai ,f i,e ,a l been sd dressing an as- " ; . , ,. " . . i iv. ;,, ii, s..i .itH ii.. ,,r The revenue from imiiortcl dia- same unit ...-. ..c., - semniy oi me man, has been charged against me, I Blonds under the loitered Dingley : nearly twenty years ? by the late liry tl. pic of the day. His face was b(.ar nn nimosity tow ard those pale, his eyes were rei, nut hi vuioe was as firm and h stood a i .-. i . . l. Ji me g .... raised his hand, the trap wa? , and silver ot the w oral ue p.aceo on sprung and with a rattle Durrani's a scale they will weigh about 107, hndy was shot throti-h the opening. iM'.Utd pounds, U.e gold being 10. Ilnrrant's last words were: "I de. (nVJ.714 pounds this w. igh', and il sire that al'hor.gh I am an innocent th.'se are combined with paper inn. onit of anv crime that money tve will have a hu k with ! Stanley Matthew-., wf Ohio, ai d at From August 1 to December 31.,"ai ' K. the amount collected, a, iV Committee, to w hich this r,sl. ...,,,-,,. ; Hon was referred, will he sure to tier cent, duty, was So !... J ..U, . per ce.u. u ., report il back, as a inaji.rity oi the for tbe same period inlMi,at V) ' ' ' Committee are silver men. percent.,. was l.W.b.,-. The aaiuilli.str;i..n havi..tf sue who have persecuted me, not even cul.ic content.- ot -loS.JSl feet. Hut th-ir amoiiiits will b- better understood if divided. If the pa- solidly as a rock while he proclaim ed his innocence and n tiered for giveiiesss to those who, he said, had hounded him to death. Theie was not a hitch or an ac- the pre" of San Francisco, which : j,er nillney were pressed iirmiy m- has hounted me to the grave. II any man thinks I am -2 ing to spring n s.-nsation that I. an innocent man. In a hale '11 f-et ion' Us other two dimensions would he MO feet Jan. I it woii d not he an inconspicious tig- Sirce the year 1SW there have ceed. d in whipping all the repuh- ciJell, , ,uar U.e plan, i f Warden been built in London otl.S .J new lican h.uelors into the suppo:t ot houte and l.NJIl miles of new ; annexation. Senator Davis has giv. streets and -.itiares have been ftirm-'en notice that the Hawaiian treaty Hale, in carrying out the sentence of the law. The noose was adjust ed. This gives an average ol It', 017 netv houses and about lit'. miles of new streets, etc.. per annum for the last 50 years. Chicago Chroni-cle. Miss Uennie K. Nabors, of II oily would be taken up next we. k. representative lb-nton, of Mo., thus gives bis opinion c.f that alleg ed Monetary Commission and its . . ." 1 i. - .1 .. f . v repoil: .-peuKll.g auer u.e lasn : ( ..... . . ,,...l.'rn iiMniili'. Ll u I'll' 'o.'i .i"7..'1 I I ' ' II' UiuiK 'he commission aim us rejiurt .mi htought to thfl grave by my llrK ( st i i on end beside the ohe perr. ctitors. Hut I forgive them Ii before haling these bill? all. They will get their justice ,.y wen. j ,j,., e,,,l m ei.dtl.ey from the great God who i nias'er; WMl, frio ahm l that would reach ot us all. and there I also expect to1 ,uUr ,imM liri,Uhl earth at Us equat'T. If the gold were ca-t into a sin i'le iivramid and set near the tnono- action. One day Senator Mcl.aurh- tnti the Mississi-ipian on the Street. " Has that fellow done anythioj for you yet," he asked. ' Not "a thing." "Well you come with rae "j.;,! 4 '. i the junior senator, and together they stalked into the office of lisle's urivate secretary. Among those who held imponau. ..Car,isie in aked Mr. commands during the Civil N ar, rin f tj,o secretary, death has claimed Gen. Alfred .rCretary Carlisle is very t0! pleasontoii, a brave cavalry com- this morning, senator, but l m inder. Admiral Meade, whose wii wajt until ." daring gained for bin. the sobriquet , .. j Carlisle in there," interrupt, of 'Fis.'hting Dick Mead-," and ,j Mr. McLaurin, pointing t0 th, Admiral Worden. who, as a naval ' door that led into the secrtUrj'i lieutenant, catnmanUeil tne .uoin-. tjlce. "Yes, but ." lietore the astonished clerk and N'. lson of M ass u hu-etts; from oflVr a remonstrance, McLauriuM the distinguished educators of this thrown open the door. country have been taken 1'risident (;.,d morning seralur," t3l Walker of Massachusetts Institute St.Cr-tary Carlisle's greeting f Technology, and Professors Lane ; Morning, Carlisle," said Am. of Harvard, Tyler of Amherst and "Ain't got time, to come in tt.ia ririslerof Columbia, each, f whom , morning Just thought I'd lei jon i... ... n. a:.. ... .,.l been f.r m.nv years l.tentitu.l see iu i. ..rru.ug aurl). with the college in which he taught. ():' the dead among foreign rulers or statesmen, the most distinguish ed names are those of Seinr Cat... .is, the ptinie minister of Spain, pK-ident Il.Tdu of Uruguay, Count Mutns. the eminent Japanese dip lomatist, and th" Due D'Aumale, the son of Louis Philippe. Others of the distinguished dead of the year are Null Dow, the tetnnernnce reformer; the English tion mighty bad, pointing to the confused aspirant f .r promotion it his side. That ended the interv ew, ho, th next day a commissi. in u signed by Mr. Carlisle, ami Senator Mi L.uriii's friend g.H what hi. tape interviews had failed tun. c .inplish Meridian Star. A special from San Frnnciioi, d iteil.l in O.to the CiiimigoCtironicli say.-: Tnere seems to ha no jilmn llishop of Wak'-field; Johannes for llie body of Theodore Purrunt, lhahius, the great composer; the 11. !li crematories have been ibst. lien. Voh'iit and beloved Duchi s-of In:, ly r.fu-ed to hblldls llie tt ed, the trap was spuing, me iui . j(ls.tic, that U the justice ot sn rope held and Durrani's dead body ; jIin,,,.nt man Whether or not the dangled ut the end. The neck was p,.r.trat(,rJ (,f the crime of which broken by the I..U oi live net, ai.u j .,, c),arged arc discovered, it : lju, u Wl.u;,i tuW,.r fr hve it T.ck; J. (i:ih-rt and John m mi i, and no cemetery has yd fourteen minutes later the murder- Sariain among artists; Harney liar- consented to reeeive them. They na'.o, the sensational linniieier; arK still at the Durrant house, and Prof. Il-nry Di uriiiiiond, J - an In- it looks as lliotigli they would stay w. Mis. Oiii.hant and Ilichard ' there fur some tint -. Tli elJit will make no diiler. nce to me n.av, t ( , f , , , ruiid t - ; ' ' n ..... . ki, ,i .in . .humo t .. ' ..o, - . :. i H"H HuM-t. a-t.ofg wn'et- Al- Durrant said b-day: "My eflWtl lip . x it was feet it could have , ' . er's hoily was cut down and placed m, j eav (his day will be a shame ncoiuii, t , the great State oi Lalilornta. l ,(,at satue inensiireiiieiit alon" iu h . ...a.. .....;.,i, .1 I n Kioto ot t.e .'XPitit," events o r .. ..i...,l.. U i,Ma. ... Springs, lias orouguv " cu,t,ie a stupendous exhibition, ; ' x v eve,......, ....o : ,)f ,is base-lines. JuJi-eOrlandoDavis for the amount! ,.,. imm- last night, when Durrani was be- ,,,,,) me-an innocent man whose; ... ...ramid of the silver would be of 150,000 for alleged slander. ! Th(j In,iianapolis monetary i 8U'-td "tw,a,,er W" . hands have never he.-., stained with j muc,,'lari,(.r than this, though the van G.Clark, the maker of tele- to carty . ut the la-t wishrs .copes, and the venerable mother' of the dead hoy have been onaviil. of P.. si, hut M Kmley. Hollv Springs is shaken from j ' ' . . , , . , ....,' talked to his parents until 11:30 p centre to circumference by Ihej.., ..., ,., .,,. ., .. i.,.v 1 m. He resltd easily during the wiul forgiveness to all men." announcement. Judge Davis --; ;:,klllg bodv gave life to this coil : "'i,1'!, "id shortly ai'l. r 0 o'clock 5 years of age and this iss to I ve(lllon ,,r i"u ' jirgM.y, the Com- he awoke and bade his guards good be the first detrimental charge ever ; nitioi,? j,,t wll0m do they speak? : morning. Warden Hale had pro made against him, Brookbavtn ; uf Whom is this C.mimision com-! vided a new suit uf clothes of darn Leader. 'posed? Is there a practical cotton-: material in honor of the occasion, A SfW "Gibson Girl." ! planter on it? No; yet we raised in ' and these dollies Durrani quickly A new-Gibson cirl " drawn by ! '7 --!75,ttK.I,Ci0U worth of cotton ; donned. He noticed the aosei.ee Apt Quotation 1 and I go to m-et my oil , . . ei n represented ' in each is nearly anke. If you fhere is sou tunes more wil in Nvishtogetanideaoflhepropotion the application to the hn-iness in layaSJOgdd piece he,ide a pile of wm,l. lr.-.ljr chosen for ..t -l) ..Iver dollars. The anex of' "'""'"T purpose, than 1.1 the inven- T.. ,v. ,-r:,i,lit id,.al the re.1, .... ,.vr,.,id ,.f silver u.id.t tower "f an '' l'!1'"!'"" lllir:lse- !.,!., ..... -r .... r, Thi' Total Cash l" tho Wlmli World in a Lump. ing. The crematories refu-e t take the body, and the cemelsriu lire likewise reluctant. We mJ ship the remain to Los Angelfl and have them cremated there, er we may take the body and bury il on s. a. We don't know yet whit We Will do " port recently submitted to the sec' n5 eet and its four base lines could I " t.ippie aiToru.njs i. ...e, 1 . ,., ,l, ' I I, o .11 I..,,..., Chllrd. News Lived to tell tills rt' I a TV OI me I re il- Vl I I o.l ... 1 1 t t - , eai ,, llir.l.'lll c llir uic '. i ,tii 1. 1, Estray Notices. the famous society artist, C. I). ! at the lowest prices for many years, ui collar and neclie, however, know- Gibuon, will make her debut in print as the cover design for the February Ladies' Home Journal. The new "girl" is the artist's own little daughter, who, at one year of age, will be shown as drawn by her clever father. The legend under the picture is "My Valentine." His Last Resort. What representative wheat-raiser ing full well the reason f ir their is on the Commission to represent oii,isioii, he asked f.r them, ex the makers of 2.1O,0Q0,(X)O bushels plaining that a turn down collar of wheat? Is there to be found a' Would not interfere with the noose, representative cattle and hog raiser , Then ,e sat down to a mod excel on this Commission? Is there a ; elt breakfast and ale heartily. tor of mints is a not overinteresting Chicago Tmies-IIer aid document. Put, taken in connec : . u ...v.... ...... .i .... uimii In UOIl Will, lllliei I l-Ji'i I 1 .1 r ., , .-:.. Senator Hauna of Oaio, got all votes in enate, enough to elect. story: One tron-timy Mam C ,lt. about 8 yn.a A devout Colored preacher, whose ol.l. II hands l.ijrh wlii'e Mrrak in f,lillW '. . m Inli- oi, b it bin-l'n.il. l.'iid mi lull wubi.ol heart was aglow with missionary,, .;l,,..-. Appraised at H8 00 ly C. W. .... . ... i .....i u- u- l..k'l,..,.. M iTiit'H nn ire ii nis I'nin'rei'a. " nien-fii ........,.,.. .... " i p. 1- r ,i'. The Work of an Assassin. I he iilmve. tleserilleil estmv Wat WkdllB tion that in the evening an oiler- l,v U'.ll. M.-M.iniel and straVcdhv liiml.e lorv would be taken for missions, '"W. I'. Wills,.,,. ,, ,u..i..f tto rWk til li I KM .tllllir itniiit cl.iii' i' wiwrp Ncvemher lHt.fl, lo',,. "Well old man, aidyourson pass ! peo,,ie repreeeuting more than a the civil service examination. 'No, sub -dey turtied down," for them by authority t- ...i .......; .. ll ... lillf'S H'llll IMIIt'l U.H11IHUB 111, "to the world it forms the basis f..r a,' rmniher of interesting dediictioiis le ntv.risnns ! l'UESIDKNT OK AI.CUliN A. ,V M.l.'OL- an I asked for liberal gifts. A Sel - . , i.r.iir. snoi ,1 i'...ii.. ,. , ,i , i 1 r... . ,.i, tl,,.u.. tit.i tln.! Ilsh. well-to-do man in his Con", e-, .... .... . D i ,' 1 1 1 r ' .nee iij r,..,.. .... . . rv,i lows -mil laves, vi.: oiinDni"" practical miner oi coal, leau or . 1)lirillg Ulti t,arly UJOruing " ,nonPV Ci-,,ita ,.fthe world is ill,-' Wotd has come fr .tu the Alcorn ; g .tion raid to him bef. re the ser- (',, , i-ir, , , mi II yen fi " ?" u,; ' ,)urra'.'1 diJ rvU ,o tay' ' vw, a g...d. r,.,,,.,! a. tt.M.coii..ge .or ciond PC,,., vie, ::rt:Tn:zT:uT w .-'. , beyond expressing a desire that .,,,1 Vrt it makes only einhl : ide that the president ol the col "Urgwiue. to kill dis church ef prai-.-.! t 10 110; nu.l One Whiw turf M r . T .I ... newspaper men ne anowe.i m dollar.-for each one of the mhahi oooy. . e.i ii .nis .. .. aiuij ti Cow unci Cult, en!v alio.it, 4 .Vnir uliji J see him. This request was cm-',.,. buli tts many of the inhabi- lata "What was the trouble?" "Short on 'rilhmetic, suh." "Anything else?" "Ao 'geography." "Yes." "An' spellin'." "Nothing more?" 'Xuthin' mo', 'ceptin' gram mar an' histry, en a lew other things," "Well,, what will hed now?" "Well, suh, he ties 'boutde cided tr teach school!" Const. K. II. Iriplettwas shot and yer goes on saying give ! give; .No ' , '. . , ,., 'cio'iui ,v W H y Woiinde.l on the eveiunj; ol church can stan' il. Yt r gwiue tu Uan-mi ht,.I ,1 il licrrvliill. i;..,l ui,l, !. .. . ..a .. .... I ... o ... :....!. ... i... u i.,n;,n "esc,, tie.. ";,-,, .i .. ...;r;,... f m , I '" lams nave no uioiiey at an, me, e .i an -, m " n'n ... - .....bui h. ,, ,v . ranklinrresitt, null sinir.-u bj L IllllStlllll lllll.lllll Hull, 1(0 V. Ul-t- .... b'" duction annually and sixty millions Consistent lo the last, Durrant ., large proportion to be divided hi i way to attend prayer meeting. Alter the sermon the colored I f , p 1. aVe no member to sneak died professing religion. He acc pt-' among those who are fortunate ' lie was snot in the back by the as-' minister said to the pleple: ' 1 . . .1 ... .. 1 ..I . .! . .. . :. .1 ,. .1 i .. ,,i, .. IO .... ( -..I, i. . . ..I!r..il.. 1 o I. .1.1 ..... 1 ....... . .1., eu ill llie .as L ll.oilieill l lie com nil ,p lUU.M in L'l I ll. Oe'll.l, KM , C IS IIU - p.issui t, iui u i., um,ti vu p ivtvi- n. ,o ir ti onia iom i in: i ii ,, n I , l II J r s , liet'iiie T S l!i (keriiaiii, il .hi-ti.f " I eaee within mid lor Ainilc iimnty, Slals" Mis-is-i.i.i, Deirinl.er 1'Jlli, ls'.li. A New Form of Persona lities. The old style of portraying amous people through a "eketch" or "bi-,1 ograpby" is to be modernized in The Ladies' Home Journal during 1898. Five of the most prominent hie gentlemen represent? Simply . l-'l"' fi- ' which he ! In ascertaining these figures of , ed from his body. , kep' a asking yer to give, but my IVV i.'a'r.rirwiVi;.".- uVw arS.' money, stocks and bonds, owned ' fared. Rev. Under, a Protest-. the total money wealth there is aj tjupt. ot Lducalion kmcannoi, brethren, churches doesn't die dat ,. ;'. s TltATTON, Cenmer nJ "f' and controlled by a few thousand ant minister, had arranged to as-1 little duplication, for nearly a third ; was immediately notified of the way. Kf anybody knows of a I - '"j"uie ' nprsnns who have b v ni d of lecis- !tend t he scaffold w i: h Durrant , hut of t he SM.olKJ.UUJ.I )UU ot pa per money ( shouting and a request for blood- church dat died 'cause it's been1 Uanger lation cornered four-fifths of our the minister would not say he n the world is secured by gold and hounds was sent. Mr. Kincaunoir pivin' too much to de Lord, I'll he WILL OKKKK Kol! SAI' 'Jjl national weath, and insist on future ; thought Durrant innocent, and the g, Iyer, which is included in the j had the penitentiary hounds from very much obliged ef my brother ; ','irt h""t' d'""" "' ll"'",w" legislation being enacted to suit condemned man declined to accept gum total given. Tu be exact, there the Oakley tarm sent down and ; will tell me w bar dat churce is, for First Monday in February, W theirconditinn." Mr. Benton says ' his services, unless the reverend j ru $L7O0,lXW,0OO of paper money ' will be put on trail at once. ; fr -fe gwjne to visit it, and I'll! Li.l.t Itn.wn O.x, little 'vw."Jd5 . Tli.r. n ii. ..I,,-. I.. , ...ii. i- ... . size, iiiioiiliiiirosii j.-iirs i.iu, in. er Hirurc i n, each ear "j'r., . a,wii ?.t , s. ..,i s. SbGirew". moon, and , "i V: '... ukwr silver to redeem it. This sum rests , lege grounds as the church is local-1 (.n -'L'ltsse.l am de dead datdie'l.v .lueksm, Williams aad n'rayed by k' in ,1h I ord ' " '"-fore T. S. Cockorlami, a Jurtw ' in .le Lord. A..,i,..Miui,tT, " 1 1 w m . further that the legislation recom- gentleman professed belief in his uncovered" that is, the aulhori-1 There is nu clue to the assassin. I cainh on de walls of dat church, mended by the Commission is for ! innocence. Then it was that the I ties issuing il hare not the gold and , 1 he shooling was done on the col- i under de light of de the purpose of making money ollCe ardent Baptist turned to the scarcer; turning over the paper ; Catholic church for consolation and money to the keeping of those they cailej Ujmn Father Lagan, a priest represent, and enahle tnem to con-, wliy ljnd frequently visited hiui in trol markets and buy produce a' ,)rif0n, to attend him. Father La simply on credit and not on securi ty ol intrinsic value. The same thin is true in regard ed within a stone's throw ol the col lege building li is know lo be a f,.ct that for1 The Invest igntiiigl'ominilfpp. to much of the silver coinage, to the the last two years th ere has been a ' jj j . .. - ',.jj pji pts;.- their own prices, adding in conciu-' .... rt.,lnu.el nmmnlly and ner. ! evi..ra ,,f lmt nne.half of its fare I ureal deal of discord in the la, illu sion : In my view, llie whole report j ,oriued lbu lii6l 80lemn riles of the j value. Take last year for illustra-1 and thai Triplet! and the proiessors Mi.si.-sii.lii Oetotier 1,S I). 18111. A. O. STltATTOS, Coroner anil Ito1 - . - . . : .: i l...a.. .1 m inia rniiinii.-i(iii. iviiuii uiiut;ii . ... . . ;-,. k.tr. i..en rhnsen for' ... . church. Durrant remained in close u.ci ..... ... "-v.. down, means : Me want me law the departure: PresidenlMcKinley, Mrs.Cleveland.MarkTwain, Joseph Jefferson, and Thomas A. Edison. Each will have a special article, which will consist of about fifteen twenty fresh, unpublished stories and anecdotes strung together, each anecdote showing some character istic trait or presenting a different side of the subject. The idea is to how famous personalities through their own doings and sayings, and to make these article accurate the relatives and closest personal friends of the subjects have assist ed and gi ven to the Journal the best stories and anecdotes within their own knowledge. Each article will thus represent the closest view of the one sketched. No authorship will be attached to any of tbe articles,. consultation with the priest and seemed to be deeply interested in the impressive ceremony. As the i L.,t, .,f 1 1 a n v i.'ii t i i . r u ii r. mad , iwl al banks shall alone be empowered ; l" l" , " ' ...;. nnor.nd more, to have j the prisoner became s-mewhat rest- si changed that every bond, every dollar of silver and paper must be redeemed in gold, and that Nation- tion. The coinage value of the sil-1 under him have nut goiien along MollK AMmHTU; LAM li the restrictions now on the Statute books removed so that the banks less. His father and mother were admitted to bid him a last farewell. will be responsible to no one by ! The older Durrant grasped his son lawi-. by the hand and the young man Some of the shrewdest politick J then turned to comfort his mother, observers in Washington, members j who cried hysterically. Durrani of all parties, agree that Gov. ! embraced her tenderly, saying: Busbnell and t he aiiti-Hanna repub- ' 1 he hour has come tor us to part, licans of the Ohio legislature have made it certain that neither Mr. McKinley nor other Ohio man will head the republican ticket in 1900, and that the State will be in the democratic column for some years to coma. Czar Reed's friends are keeping quiet, but they regard bis chances for the republican nomina- and put her gently away. The grief stricken mother was led lo a private loom, where she remained until af ter the execution. The father, how ever, went to the execution room, and, supported by two friends, saw his son meet his death. Warden Hale did not attempt to hurry matters, but allowed all pos- ver produced was $215,272,700, and the commercial value was only 3109,406,800, This is a difference of 1105.835,900. The total sum of the whole world's money is made up of 84,360,000,000 in gold, S4,270,000,000 in silver, and 83,500 000,000 of paper. Of this the government and people of the United States own to give the best exact obtainable figures, $696,. '270,542 in gold, $637,509,781 in sil. ver, and 81,120,000,000 of paper. This paper consists of gold certifi cates, silver certificates, United States notes, treasury notes, nation al bank notes, and currency certifi cates. , This volume is continually being changed and gradually increasing During the last fiscal year the mints of the Uuited States coined in gold harmoniously. The trouble has been caused by Notice for Publication. , . i .fn-v. MisM l l "... . JjA.mi ii-r it-", ' "..v.----.. llie Joint investigating commit. December 3rd. lS'-h- tee appointed by Senate und House, i VOTICK ie hereby Bi ven that the I ' J met yesterday the 7th, of Jany.r VJ ; un ... i .4 i i ,i... .f nHiroiaew some ambitious members ut the ,llt' ""u or'1" , the circuit Clerk of Amiteo.inty,tWg . ILCU. il- T . .. tl... ,1 1KIIH lata " ..' faculty who have been trying to oust Triplett and gel the presiden cy for themselves, but Ihe State Board of Education has refused to fire hi m because ihey considered him the man fur the place. In the faculty troubles and the bitterness there engendered it is possible that a due may be found to the killing. Tripleit was fur ten years princi pal of the negro graded school at Meridian, and there was universal ly esteemed by whites and blacks, because he was an educator of the Booker T. Washington, a man ol much sense and judgment. At 9 o'clock on the morning of Jan. 3 he was still alive, but sinking rapidly. Mr. Coleman, of Laflore, was elected chairman of the committee. Subpoenas were issued for Dr. Paesmore, of the Canton Times, and Mr. Lamb, the editor of the Copiah Signal, in which papers the charges of bribery, fraud debauch ery and other high crimes and misdemeanors were made. The committee will hold its ses sion next Monday evening at 3 o'clock, when the two above men tioned gentlemen will be placed on the stand. Just where the session will be held is not known, but the committee deliberations will be public, as provided for in the joint resolution creating the investiga. Uoq, Mis-., mi .luniuiry Wad 1!., 'f iloI.ii.soi., widow uf 1'eier K'',"""KJ II. K. No. 111,544, for the S j N Ei"" N W J and N K S K -31-t'Lt, She mime the following MLji her continuous residence u.n.n una I w of, said land, viz: Sam .r M i Kuvctto Cimllield, Hannibal Kow Liberty P. ., Amite county, mim. JAMES HILL, B, Notice for Publication, Land Office at JacksoJ, , December th, ' VT OTICE is hereby given ."X-rfl JN i.,g named settler ha f.lflrf intenti.m to make fi.ml P'iX hip claim, and tnat said proot " beforo the Circuit Clerk, of An,'w.89( , at Liberty, Miw., on Januari John Hamilton ut Liberty, JTi, 1 Si 22.3P.6,fortheNWJSKli10'1 ""ileanies the following "''jX hi eontinuoue residenee upnn V tion ot, M-d land, v: Jl Tobias, Eli Williams, AIeAid of Liberty P. O., AmiW eounty. . JAMES UIL KTW