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A- O. HTIl A.TXON, rsrrc am pioriaTOK. The. notlxxni Oar WswiiinttoB Letter. Wahi.n-,tos, Aprl. 15, 1S9S. Major General Fitihugb Lee, Commending U. S. Army ol oc- Hearty. Miifc. April tt 1898- Bop'L Kincannon still has 11.000 ef the fund given by the school children for Ibe Cubans. It "ill probably be distributed amoog tbc charitable institutions of the Slate. The conditional I. I. C. ap propriation iu dtfeeted, end the cupation, in Cub4. How does tnai aer l0 r,jM a hundred hami t n sound? If Mr. McKinley carries - tuim,l. I w.nt to call attention m.t hit nromise to ct promptly ika fact tbt he went direct to day, and sea npon the joint resolution of Con gress demanding that Spain get oat of Cub, nd authorizing tbi Pres ident to employ tbe entire land and navel forceaof the U 8. nd much of the militia of several .a Sutes a may be needed lo enforce root'. ThePr.si- the demand, and political jealousy . bill Wednee- "l P'"enl- il " tbaj im rcau Tbe gbl over the CuHan quum baa at last been dcid-d br Cn- ... -i . :J!i i I--. grass, 11 organ me iniaui ui week, and u woged with might and main in both uouact ulUi -o'clock Tuesday more it g when a joint reaolution was passed by a ?ote of 2S3 to o. The resolution declare that "The people of the Island of Cuba arc and of right they ought to be free acd independent," but does not recogniie the Insurgent government. It direct the Presi dent to inform Spain that she mutt ' ithdraw from Cuba, or arm farce will drive ber Jat en a ai fj a'tsn lKa .A .k. ntilmttnm In TH J-eee UIUUIM formal something like tnal oeiore many day older. He bat told r bVi , d" Tb-rsdayj she will be given, very McKinley that b. wi.beMo go back ' .horttim.to.et-.odunl.es she lo Cuba, not a. Consul General but w.-w.j -Ki-k nohdv exnecU at a part ol tne army arm OBHVU.lll-" J I " , . Mr.Gladstone.Eogleod'e "Grand D to do. w; i will actually begin mve m. oF..-. - - .,t:j-:- ..n.a,..t.n ;..r.. Java lima. Knowledge Ol me iiuu UlOao, .r.j.u. I " . " L " u ..,. KJ.n.n ideal Koriand bie boyhood botae. Hot Our country it tnorougniy pre- p.oP.. only England it in wrrow ob ac pared lor an, emergency. Though commander of tb. army of occupy ' 6 . , i . r . tk.i w;k it .ill V neceitarv for ..: : . knithi nmo vir. wi ujii mimi mvu - COOni Oi BIS lw ., - i..lnn hat wbol. Civiliaed world mourn, with .. tt. na i "7 free, ana America wi bt u laireauj owi ii' lunaeioiMness that aba bat done for lterl kv the unurecedentedly entbu- The Hickey Hotel and two ad- ... itru..ijng island even mor. iastic welcom. gi'en Gen. Lee, Jiinior buildings, atOxford, were ,D, Frsnce did for the American tD(i it may grow sufficiently pow .U.troyd by fire, Apnl 13. Tbe Colonie. more than a century ago. ,rf0j t0 prevent bit gelling a min M.thodiat church wa. alto con- sid.rablr damaged. The loss, not covsred by insurance, wa. 4,000, of out alo that tbe republican party would want, in order lo mk god their promisee and increase the amount of food, to breed the centi pede with the Berkshire bog m or i.i -;n t - the 8oain. immediately. This Th to til ia 10 bad loci ne ' " ' r all arooad it came Bear alroyed by 6ra lauly. ber. the master of the republican party and negotiated with him, and one of tbe results was that Gen. J. S. p..... trA ihmiieh the State of Ohio, in tbe interest of the repub lican rarty. in a private car, paid for at the expense of Mark Henna; therefore Mark Hanna succeeded not only to bis Die of tbe idea of breeding the honey bee witb lb lightning bog, ao tbattbey could De used at night, but also tbe breeding of the .trawberry plant with the milk weed, ao that the republican -..I. ..nU ka atrawberrir. and -.w cream the rest of their dsy.." A Cleyer law. Letter from Jim Llndsey. lary assignment that be could ac cept. He it potitm that lb Maine waa blown up by Spanun omciais , i Tb. vi.ibl. net result. u " . ...k. f,nm .v. f-. ,k., -,fl mn.t flv from entirely .inc. be arrived in Wash- eanoaie. ' ; -ivinv information either .! men wounded and lih wa s of Moro uastie. ana mat e r,.r Mm Anril 17. 1898. w-ii Bi.Tki ...m.nf ik. na.t andhe bat not besilaled to tay so . . . . . j a Hi. lima haa been taken up alraoit week nav. cieariy annoniuw ...... I r. . .lU .akiannri Al j ,k.n .w..:..rn . m..k.k.ldh lo Uongrett or eomeoiuor ,ktM,. Minor f.ode. heart burn. ni,.d Rt.t.a troons. befor. our lb. government, ahd bis popularity ingt and bomiliatioos have been government can even Hop to con scattered too broadcast lor snumtr-1 .jd,,. pici6c measures, without tion. Cui bono?" Vicksburg m,king itself an object of ridicule HeraJd. throoghoot tbe civilized world, and I that we can not even afford to as a defensive attitude in tbe Gov. Adaroi. of Denver, Col. A.. J.I. f Anril 7lk Ume aletur from Robert Mitchell, ol P ''" w" r. ..I k... ih. konor ! a cnarg. oi cow.u. .u ' - .w r -11 -..;. in m to inform yoo that 500 Navajo In- " "" . . . un.k. ftff.,.d th.ira.rvic.ato y"-b Cb.rge wou.o n. ju.wh ,.t..A .w- r,.i.. ...in.t able toowithout first assuming .-; k..i .,n..nri of tbe bold aggressive ... I w. .r..t mninii Havana and IT V UIUO. w - " 1 . drive the Don from American toil, twenty yean at tcout with the arm; id tbe Wettand with all tribes, I pronounce them tbe best scouts of lb. Indian rect. befor. we can take a tingle step that will not render American, ab surdly ridiculout in tbe sight of God and man. and Ibe sooner tb. ball it in motion, ik. .oonar the inniugs will be Tbe State Sunday School Cou ... t a v.ntion will meet in uxiora on May and continue until lb. 5tb. A large number of delegat.a are scored, and the aoonsr the game eipectad to attend. Mr. A. will end. Bogard it chairman of the reception ow therefore, Ball to tb. bat oommittee, and all expecting to at- ,n(j )et ber roll, Gallagher and tend tboulJ notify bim on what day fjod tD4) the Eagle for America they 'eipect to arrive, to that ar- aD() the Devil take lb. Don! raoiemeott can be made for tbeir piaaa. do not lroaeine fur a accommodation. Letters of inquiry lm8inent, that I am getting blood should b. addressed to A. R. Bo- thirsty for I am not for, like gard, chairman. Oxford, Miss. Uncle Jimmie Bates, I am a friend Z of peace, and like Bro. Lana. I Magnolia, April 17.-1 b. mono- . . hD.d and trusted . 1 .1 II. I "m" m J --T-- mint .rectea over toe grave ur. . A 0, ,mic. ia growing all tb. time, but bis head isn't swelled Moat of tb. democrats And popu list, in Congress sought to incur porate a recognition of the inde pendence of the republio of Cuba in that forcible intervention joint resolution, but the most tbey could do was to put theoiselves on rec ord by supporting a resolution pro- viding Iberefor reported by tbe minority of the Foreign Committee, which wat beaten by a vote of 191 to 150. Tb. majority adopted Mr. McKinley'a view; consequeutly tbe resolution that was adopted with only 19 opposing votes in the House declares tbe people of Cub to be free and independent, and ig nores the government of tberepub- iic of Cuba, wbicb hat conducted for three years a succecsful war against Spain. However, at tbe resolution ia certein to bring war with Spain as would an actoal dec laralion of war, all parties in Congress will now join in helping t,vf,i,t ik. war to a sueedy ana ' " successful conclusion, and in gl ting revenge upon Spain for ber treacherous destruction of Ibe Maine; when Spain it thoroughly licked will be lime enough to di cuts other pbaset of the matter. Hon. W. J. Bryan paid a nymg visit lo Washington thit week, in order to fill tbe role of guestt of honor at the big Jefferson birthday Oar friend Mr.. John Q. Graves, who, by ibe way, it president of the Board of Supsrviaors, was in the Advocate office thia morning and related to our war reporter tb. following: In 186G Tom Scott, colored, moved into a bouse on his nlantation and his wife gave birth to two pair of cooplete in ibe thort .nut of two yeart. Mr. Grave feared that maltere wer. growing too rapidly from molehillt to moun. tains, suggested a removal and in Tom't stead moved Abram Noah, into th. same house. In the course of a few months, Noah' wile gave birth to twins. Thia Mr. Graves viewed with suspicion, but patient lv awaited developments. In Ibe course of the next year Noah's wife gave birth lo another pair of twins and the following year another pair of twint wert added to th. bouse hold and when th. same order of removal was issued to bim and bis flock which wat carried out, a while tenant was installed in thit fruitful homestead. In tbe course of a few yeart .o thit white family were added iwo pair of twint and one pair of triplelt. Mr. Gravet hat bad Ibe lamny removed, and tbe house torn down and cut into email blockt which he propose! to distribute among bis fiiend and acquaintance! on ap. plication. Meadville Advocate. John Umith the World Over. . . . i ui Solomon erected tMi ie"F" p.ciou., ao rr-agnifxeM. ibe sdmi dcrofibt world. lawauu mtj - . . . J It it ooly upon ground neiioweu by love thai any enduring struc r.n L. built. On no other basis can peace and good will, jus tice and righteousnesses establisD ed among men for generatioas. Oth er foundations for all the mteresi. of mankind can bo man lay than thoae which are laid in the affec tiona ef the beart.-Rougb Ab- ler. Jacksonville, Fla., April, 7. A mecial to tbe times Union and Pitiian from Chuckaluskee, Fla., save? Ooebendred Seminole Indians have tendered tbeir services to the United Statee in case of war with SDaro. The Seminoles have long been renowned as lighten, and tb Dreaent generation is in no respect inferior to their encertora. Recent orancet that " The Big Chief al Washington" would allow them a reservation i Florida instead o ..;i;n. tk.m to th. West have mad !ilflppl Pwiixft ' Dominational Sunday ScLowlAi-ao. ADCTTID BT GILLSBOIS LODGX-i cialion will convene in tbe Comber. jwcfcw jiano rresoyieriani-rjurcn Jdeidav mwtivx to .Ml : matb or Kj.y 3, and will continue in tetti EKO. " BntilTbBr.day, May 5. All Sua. vail. e . . T - j -f If. -f j ir ai("fertOJ Tor:al Pal tnwii. f Wh.rea., it na. - ,a -4 ! S.aVvaVai.MntManek.a... ;.kt Cad in his loooness com.. iu mi oiaie l wisdoias to remove iron, u '1"" brothersadfellow-knightEVASDM delegates, and each Sunday scbaal M,n..,rL therefore ahouid seno one aeiegate. s . 1 . . . . i . . Resolved 1st, That in the dram Jlioiatera oi tne uospei and t. of Bro. McDanlel this Lndge nas peim.eu 4 ua.j KBoos, losl one of Us loyal members, one are e omw memoer. o. im awe. k-k.li.d in tbe principlee oi ewios, ar. espeoeljy r . v F. 1 i I t.. Km n.u.nl Tk.bil i , w CirA,T .nd who waa ianBiuiiui -""- i.iiroaa n,.kldin and supporting tbe fcre will be on. and one-thir rate. ... -r o -- I .u ,;r... rv.1 UUlui hiuhhiv .u. wargaie. Resolved 2nd, That while we must teeure cerlificalet whv thty A..nu f,.l oor loss, we aeverthe- puxchaae ticket.. less bowintubmission to the Di- AfW arrangementa are being V10 will I . . k . Resolved 3rd, That we hereby eVlegaiea, ana au wno ejpeet to at- ....nrl n, fraternal sympathy to lend are requester to noiuy jr. bit family and relative. d this A. R. B"grd, chairman of lis . eeptwneommittee.-Timea.Dem Resolved 4lb, That tbei. reio- erat. luiioot be written in onr Minute iJere comet that wicked Boston Book that they be published in I yerald chatterer: "Hevinst Htis ti,. CnniK.m Herald, and lhat a ... imaaination and ambition far t great change in their temP"'0-L)DT b, furnished the family as an Mr. Edgar Saltut tayt that B. ard tbit government, ana me ou.r rf tttcX ,D(J by Marlborough it dettined to wd l.t iki. 1 ' h L t ia croof of thia r- . . Doubileca Tom Hger, me iuf- teneggee of the reservation, wouio lead Ihe band. The cbi-i noasis of ancestors who fooghl Cortei in Mexico. 0( sola's grandson would follow. The ton of Billy Bowlegs, who never surrendered, will join the band, and Hottltgue, of the family of Wind, will not be last when the shots fly fast- regard. Adopted April 9tb, ly. W. P. WiLUOJi. dictator. Chas. Hoopeb, Reporter. Baby Victoria of York, and, at sure at rats, nasi tit upon tb. throo. of England! Such richneit of reasoning at bringt a Vender. bill heir to lhat lofty positive, dt. Algernon Sartoris, just twenty- mvt, to he pid for in golden mi- one years of age, grandson oi Gen. MM jn 0Idc t0 realiie Ducheit U. S. Grtnt bat made formal ap- c0MUe0', ambition, th. Qana plication lo Gen. Lee for service ou maii die OOD tht p,inceof Wtlei the old ex-Confederate a iff. It ia (Mltm quickly bit taiuled molbtr hit grandmolher't wish that ' ,h, Dke 0f york , tickiy p,r,0D. All arrangements have been made Grant and a Lee shall fight lo-geth- M mott thD t0uccumd by the Spanish legation for the re- er. Gen. Lee gladly accepts tbe whiJ th. mo brjgnt y. torn of Spain', duotrymen from 0ffer, and in case be has tbe honor botaidtob. 'weak,' will coi.vto. America. K le"d,Dg lbe cb"g D., , iently ttepoff (bit sphere and makt as be has asked to be anoweo .o Columbns' Tomb do), ibe people of thia country will ' ...... .ilK R ,e. what the, neve, . "f 0 VaJerWU Choichill, fulur.Duk. (ee-"AGr.utaDdaLee figbling hv aide, in on. common inter- " " "' . If. as confidently expected, Ih. Then, indeed, will tbe wound or ven , "w "T V. and I ucauiliui tmttj wi m Let it be framed and hung up. God tave the Queen, Yankee Doodle and all the rest." W. E. Gill by the Woodmen of tb. U, ld:u.ttd ,nd lb,t our gener World waa unveiled to-day n UoD would DOl be di,turbed by the impr.teiv. ceremoniet. 1 wo nun w-,.i. .ft;ni on tk, high teat. But drtd meuibeit of tbe order, repre- wbjie i writing these presenls aantinff the camna at Summit. Mc-I.i t-.. i. . ... u;n arati.r.d m r- - . imniiii uuij'",. , . . i.. it.. ...... Comb, Tylertown, Osyka, Gillt Ltmyft, , ka the fr.gmentt of a "nlu". B'v" "UUD: "r.' v jtik.,. J.k.w.1 ' 7 ' , ,:Jl .w. oftbeNaliooal Association of Dem- uuia rati ! j .-- broken vaie aeao i a. vuokiuh-i ... .. j . n-i5M Tk.n.raH. r,0" " a .k., . J ocratic Club. He rerponded to v.uiy .mtv...b. - j lout morning uuicib, u. through tbe Street! wat headed by broken vase bad contained, and on thtMcComb City Band and wat lbi( beautilul Sabbath morning Tbe well known name, John Smith, a good, etrong and hiuett English name, ia tometimet tram lut-it into other laneuaeet. where it seems to climb tbe ladder of res nectability thus: lo Latin it is I,.hann. Smithes, tbe Itsnan smoothes it off into Giovanni Smith tbe Spaniards render it Juan Suii i... th. Dutchman adopts it as Hana Sthmitt. and ibe Russian eueties and barks Jouloff Smillow- Sal. oeii diiiiu uumu the tea trade at Canton he becomes Julian Bbimmt. If be clambers about Mount Hekla, tbe Icelander calls him Jahne Smitten F. eUliS Ol our Dig Dauie.mu. . ... :i w.r h. ke .d. trained upon the city of Havana H Kll..h,rn De0Dle will realiie thai iwtter seasan will be a military salute lb South is ever wanting in loy grave of Spanish power in Ihe wet- tern world And it will bt a ttrange, almoet jb, werk, proceedings in Con. a sad, coincidence lhat thit same LreM have witnessed scenet of dis. salute will scatter lothe four wind uraer .Dd passion in both branchet all that it left of tbe man who gave froro which ihe country baa turned to Spain that magnificent colonial Lwty in di-eutt and bunailiation empire of which a few ecatlered it-UjeB GreiJiied with digniiy, self- lands it the last remnant. and due regard for official . . . . i r Cbnetopher Lolurobui ilea ouneo urol)riely have M,.iled one another . . 1. a in tbe lainearai oi uavana anu bit tomb will in all probability share in the destruction of tbe city. It will be oar gum which do the A..A k..t ih. aiiik urill raat. not noon' os but upon the head of that '"8 " KHcoor.gingthat r cruel and ungrateful people who in I in tbe coarse languagx of the row dy and the ruffian. Their conduct hat dirgusted Ihe public and brought reproach npon tbe body to which they belong. It is mortify- A. McLan, Glortes, Mist., and J. A. NAUL, Liberty, Mir., -Office upiUin in Batei Bwldiiit- WSt practice in all the Cmrti of AaMe and aitjuinlnR countiea, ami in tin tuprox Ctfurt at Jackron. JaaJ,. life rewarded ibe great discoverer with chains and is now foroing us in the course of humanity to raze bis tomb. Greensboro Telegram. in the pretence of a crisis demand ed deliberate, high-minded, patn otic consideration the men charged with so grave a duty should des cend to the level of the brawler and the demagogue. If Congress wants lo retain tbe country' ree tb. locgett procession ever teen her.. Tbe Rev. E. F. Edgar wat orator of lb. day and delivered an eloquent and appropriate addren after tb lodgt ceremony wat con cluded. Times-Democrat. Stcretary of 8tate Power bat re ceived from Henry A. Garrett of St. Jotepb, La., a letter informing bim of rkb find among Col. Clai borne' papers, that by accident escaped tbe fire which destroyed tbe home of Claiborne a few yeart ago. It is a diary kept by Col. Power during tb liege of Vickt burg, and wsa sent to Col. Clai born when be was preparing bit history of Mittittippi. Garrett it aon4tt-law of Col. Claiborne, but bad" not opened tbe box containing the recorda till now. Col. Power was adjutant of artillery and had exctptional opportunities of ob serving and made complete note of catualties and occurrence!. "Tb boys and young men are talking about going to war," taid an old lady yesterday, just as tbey did previoue to tbe civil war. remember bow they laughed and joked about it, and how tbey thought they were going off on a comparative frolic. Tbey wer gallaut tvllows, just at three are now, eager to be off, ready to bid their mothers, wives and tweet betrtt gjod-by and fight for tbeir ooo try. It seem U me thai tbe ooovartaUont I bear daily are th tame ones tbat 1 beard tb soldier boys of sixty and sixty-one repeat. I bop tbey will have tbeir hopes for "olio realued this tnns. By.tbs by. Timts-Dettoeut. Sunday, April tbe 17tb, A. D. 1898, the stark naked-brawn fact con front! us, cold and glaring: If tbe present American generation does not with to deny and dishonor the glorious living as well at the illustri ous dead of preceding generations, by. Sir! we have but one alter- native and the fact it plain enough to glimmer in a blind man'e eyes We've iuit got to icrapl 1 nave intereitt tbtt will need me at borne I alto have creditors who can't ell spare me But Sir! I also ave the courage of my convictions and my father'aold tord will demon- ttrate the tame on tbe battlefield if necessary. Senator Walthall liet dangerous ly ill in Washington; but little hope t entertained for hie recovery. Our retdert are, we know, inter etted in "Rnfue Sanders," and the following fact many of tbem may not know: Gafford, the murderer of Mr. Lloyd, wat tried last month and tentenced to bang. Tbefrienda of Mr. Lloyd made np a fee of 1500 to pay Congressman Stalling, of Alabama, to make tbe closing speech for tbe prosecution. Tbii fee he graciously banded over to the widow of the murdered man. Judge Powell, of the Seventh District.ipeciallychargedthegrand pect it must give some proof that ;,. .t HaKMllhnrit to thorouehlv it respects itself. Mail and Ex- J - investigate the lynching of tbe ne pres Sietri on Dity. Rear Admiral Sieard, who bai been on sick leave, has been order ed. at bis request fr some doty. to be speoial adviser in tbe office of tb Secretary of the Navy. ir rovm back avum JvoaeiUwnvri!;ri3 as aoirVa rnojv mirrits. t j the toast, "Tbomai Jetlersoo , anu bis speech waa good sound Jefler ton democracy from etart to finish, including bit reference to and ap proval of the course ihtt has been followed by ihedemoorultand pop- ulieta in Congress on tbe Cuban question. He hat gone to New England, where he will make tev- eral speeches. Representative Lacey, of Iowa, got a little more than be went al ter when be taunted Representa tive Hartman of Montana, witb having about three years ago taid derisively of populists, tbat one of them wanted to croet centipedes with Berkshire bogs in order that each heg ebould have a hundred name; another to crosa the honey bee on the lightning bug, to tbat they could work at night, and etill another wat trying to cross the milk weed with the strawberry, so as lo have strawberries and cream on ibe same plant. Mr. Hartman said tbat the words were used by him in describing Gen. J. 8. Coxey, whose wild ideas were afterwards turned down by the populist Na tional Convention, and oi whom he added: "By reading the record oj the republican convention of 96, be discovered tbat that parly wat en deavoriog to make bimetallic po- iey! and gold standard flowers bloom on tbe same plant, and be might very easily conclude tbat strawberries coold bt budded on the milkweed, and thereby raiae strawberries and cream on tbe tame nlent. But it waa also found tbat a great deal of tbe work of the re publicans wat done in tbe night time, and be naturally concluded tbat tbey would need the services of tb lightning beg; and. be find' If he gro John Motes by a mob ol un trades among the Tuscororas, he masked and undisguised men iu becomes Tom Qa Smitba. Io Po- open daylight at fcrystai springs laud he is known as Ivan Schmitti- last June. The jury made a spe- HiUi. Should he wander among cial report Wednesday, Id inst ihe Welsch mountains, tbey lam ney svaieo iqbi, m cujuii.u witb the judge's wishes, tbey bad examined forty-lb ree witnesses, nd it is a lamentable fad lhat not one of them could identify or name a participant in the brutal affair U.F. Bats. K.f.Bullr. e mi i m Liberty, Mibb. PraotictngPhyaicianaandSurgsoni. Olio over C. C. BW itora- Office hours froro 9 tolOt.m. and from 5 to 6 p. ra. Feka.W of JihomSohmidd. When he goes to Morocco he is booked as Jouth F'Smitr. II, of classic turn, he lingers among Greek ruins, he turns to Ion Smikton, and in tur key be it utterly disguised as loe A an evidence oi meir gooa mini Seef. Exchange. aud earnestness in the matter they gave in tbe names of the witnesses examined. Among the list are A Beautiful Tradition. .1.- -: :. I.:.U . ..k uMraa U UIWW tuo vuvuit vuun, wijivu uuuvouoa r"- " . .mar There it a tradition with Free I some of the moil prominent men Masons lhat the site upon which in the county. Tbe jury, after de- the Temple of Solomon wat built pluring tbe fact tbat men would to at owned in common by two far perjure tbeir consciences at to brothers; one of whom ban a lami- disclaim all knowledge of a deed ly, tbe other none. On tbe night committed before Ibeir very eyet, after harvest tbe elder brother said be clored with tbe following brave to bit wife: words: My youngest brother is unable '-Gentlemen, tbe mob escapes, to bear the beat and burden of the but by God, tbey have paid Ibe day. I will arise, take some of my penalty that should makelbe angels shock! and place them without bit weep. "James," said the milkman to knowledge among bia thocks." "Another thing, gentlemen, tbtt v,a ,J(.W boy, "d'ye tee what I'm The younger brolber being actual- passes my comprenension, it inai s-doin of?" ed by similar kind motives, said I tbe sworn officers of tbe law, tbe I within himself: "My brother has bigbeet peace officers of tbe coun a family and I have none. I will try, who had sworn to protect their contribute lo tbeir tupport. I pritoners and to do their duty, will take of my shocks and place could have a man taken away from them with his without bis knowl- Ubeni in tbe broad, open daylight, edge." Great was the astonish- and yet not strike a blow for the tneut of both wben, on tbe follow, law and iaii lo recogmae a tingle tbey found their individual who bad taken away tbeir prisoner. Tbat it tbe situa tion, gentlemen, in Copiah county. God help tbem. I shall gentlemen, record Ibis report ik full upon tbe Hotiot for Publication. Land Orrici at Acm!, Mnfc,1 December Zth, 1897. NOTICE U hereby ghr that th. folio Ini named .ottler h. ftlwl. notici of b intern to make W proof "n wppon hit claim, and tnat laid P"?: before tbe Circuit Clerk, of AmM jjatfc at Libortv, Miw., on January 29th, 18W. John Hamilton ot Liberty, 22.365, for tbeN W J t Bc- ' H.name. the followfe vritneiiei i tor r M continuous reidewe "P"" "f.vi lionet, ;d land, vi; Robert "V3 Tobin, Kli Williams, Afrisnder Hlews i," of Liberty P. 0., Amite eounty. Mt JAMBS HILL, Btfft Chancery The State of Mississippi,! Amite County. t , m.n t ni K. T. CoekorbiW " TL ill k- I..J.-I JOr.Wiwiw-- iinM. Dr H. W. Eraeny.Osteopathist, was tried before Justice Nellies, in Magnolia, Tuesday, 12th instant, on tbe charge of practicing medi cine without a license. The charge was preferred by Dr. 0. B. Quin, member of the State medical board, who said be did it at the instiga tion of tbe Slate Board of Health. Thirteen witnesses were examined, all summoned by the state, tbe ac cused summoned no witnesies. The trial resulted in the conviction of Dr. Emeny, who was fined 25.- 00 ing morning, shocks undiminished. This happened several nights io succession, wben each resolved to keep watch to solve tbe mystery. in August. Tbe testimony all went to prove tbat the doctor uses no medicine, or knife; il is a peculiar case. Dr. Emeny it highly ret pected by Magnolia people, most of whom thoroughly believe in the science be practices. In the mean time he will continue bis practice in tbe town. "Yei, tir," replied Jaraesj "you're a-pouriu' water into the milk." "No, I'm not, James. I'm a pourin' milk into the water. So, if anybody asks you if I put water into the milk, you can tell 'em no. Alters ttick to the truth, James. Cheatio' it bad 'noneb. but Ivin ltwost." Pick-Me-Up. VOU ABE COMJtA." rv-j, I t.. rfcatuwrr Court ol u a uvtv saw v" . ty ot Anite, in said Station tns st Monday in May, A. v 'f lid coo" - -,r, d.fid.nt a .n) iealol" to dafend the suit W 8tockdale,berro jre Oivan under mv h4 CourVthOtholborA. a. till Thty accordingly did so snd on minutes oi this court as a perpetn- tbe following night tbe brothers lal reminder tbat the grand jury and met half way between their respec- and the district attorney and tbe live thocks witb tbeir arms full of court at least, have done tbeir duty, golden grain, and tbat the people may judge Upon ground bellowed by such hereafter whom to trust, thank you, association! wis the Temple oiigtatlet&ea. Commercial experts estimate that the Cuban war bat already cost the United Slates 1350,000.000. Who tayt we are attending to other people't affairs, when we are trying to end tbe war? -tou. a tonic, or childrm that want buiah un. thntild take ' BltOWN'S IKO BlTTlCflt. It U .Uwmit to ulte, mm Malarto. IndtS - and UUioautai, u a.alsn Uiftt, P.l'- f haMerr Jietlce. Tbe State of MietiaeippU Amite County. . T Imi. A. HhsiDO. tie Defend wK post-office addrets it wknown. VOU ABB COMJnAt" - -w I w.h.nkaerT Court oft"" of Amite, maaid State, oe Ibe 1st Monday in May, A. "7 to dofond tbe soil h Hl(ortof n: J luarf and UK" . Coart, tbi. Sdh day of March TheStateof MissiMipP''! Amite ConntT. ) . To Emma McKnirft, who f" Addre U unknown. VOU ABE C0MA5l6 r, V u,... t rhancarr County, msai48tato,B - jjgf, First, Monday n May, ' to defend these l wi " VcSnigbU whesein y ThUMhyrfAgc,, , .. .i.i'";?--ka' -i::;. Malaria, v""