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f V STAR Dare to tlo Jllffht " And lJ,envt Tlm Jtv-ult With JI. 1 - DEKALB, MISS.; OCT, &4 1900. VOL, 3-NO 44. Subscription $100 PerYear " H- ' QUTHfil! OUR IHng over this matter, bnt there ii 1,;K banded di-rej-ardl.f all tow. loth noai-we, to such pravors simply W-j hitman and divine; its sale or pnU'ir cai.-'fineynsk amiss. , v J ; J f.Mi.n.l l:ndi n ncmhial miui: it i.ro- i ciy kboiild fir. ;;kvhe good Ird TTCKET. RELIABLE GOODS At PLEASING PRiCES Our new fall goods are in such a large and splendid variety that you will find as usual the most satisfactory results in trading with us. , ;. ' .: : .'-:. Novelties in cotton or woolen dress goods. Beautiful assortment of patterns and colors I r !lJ . I r- " a e f- I ' in imnaxion rrencn nannei at ioc per yara. Jackets and capes for ladies and misses in our cloak department, . Ready made waists and skirts from the cheapest to the finest. We can't help but tit you Trom this large assortment. Zieglers, famous shoes for women, best in the world tor the price, -2.00. Mens and boys clothing; furnishings, and snoes. For I'r-sideul : WHARTON' ISACKliU, of 1'eunsylvania. For Vice President: lUN'ATlUS DONNKLlk, of Minnesota. '?. fioiUTi. it h T;u . KALEKtU -itRKWEU, ELECTORAL TfCKET. S title at Larire: ' II K. Pkewht. of Choctaw, T. J, VjsiNd, of Copmh. 1st VkU A. M. Street of Prentiss. 2.id Uist. J. II. rimpsan, of UoSiito i'ld Vtht. J. U. jdmonHon, of Sbarkey 4tb Iist. Jese Coleman of Yalobiului 5tli Dit W. II. Stinson of Laudordale 5tlili.st. Orrane Harrington, Jon itb Uist. Jlin M. Msy, of Lincoln. How a Christian Should Vote We do not arrogate to ourselves even a medicum of political wisdom, but if e should, 'even by accident, give (rood advice on the suffrage question, then A large line of goods, -satisfactory 001 suctions are a$ worthy of on. Mugruugu s vo uoncieie wisdom or a iirtisan Solomon. Let us fix and fa- ten your attention Ton one" sreat "and iiifportaM troth an4 that is that , (Joel goods at money-saving prices. to tuial'le tliom to jiluck out the mote in t 'tir eivn es so (hit ilify mil ap jni'iuh other men in a cpiric of cm st i. ntious tiomty and advi thon how to vote in the wndinu NWeinhur eltHtion. - j. - If you are a , mrtian and east a iVitnvirtticRepiiMican, or TopnHs) tu Set just because your narty direct you to 8uihm t its nominee, the you are po patriot, and that God-given ta lent r tulenU i or are buried out of -kill in your narrow, hide-bound irej-u-ii. . We hear inn sar, afer pai tuqutinff in party inimarie, that iIm y are honor-bound Jo support the . .... uaiin-u. no siippo turn uie Jf H tlii argument to Ad nn af ter J -'.ad eaten the for aidden fruit, anK4beenoneof bi (the deviiV) eh m tiers since the morning of lime ' The Ten Commandments the l lhble give this pUnxble, but infimoni falsehood the straiuht-out lie. Honor-bound to voto for a innn or lai !y in the wron, discounta your muntiooit. blacken and besnurche your ohaiacter, Irwers your dignity, reduce- you, to the level of a thick-headed Hot tentot and makes you a poodle-doir. that licfcs the hand that smites, and f.ttfos the feot that kick you. Hie only reason that sensible men iluii debase and degrade themsolvM, is f becatue they have no political honesty. .A Rain men belong to parties bocanie they wish to oe with the majority, and snare m tne spoils system. This is 4 low grovolinj?, sordid, selfish, vile in centive that wallows in the cess-pooU of political infamy and steeps tho bare wetcb 11 the slime and fl.th of an ava- tliK'ate waste of nxitivv l --'rai;nnt and illegal eppiopraii u nud its (f itiuu uf inccnru ptiiiniH f r dend head . poliVian. Ifanvman approve rf thi record and can pluad God' Ij'i; ediction upon tiis ballot, then he shmild by all means vote the tMti.ertia li. k et and xo home niniii)! totue more day work for Jdsus," If on the oilier hand he claim: to be a reformor and proposes to vindicate, the just i and Mpialit. of all men before the law, in in sdi.rt to defend tbi nxbt and i-oa- deiun the wroiifl wherever found, and yet eomMinndi with vice and vontpro mi-os with vilhunr by condoning the pwtol-MeiV tnrpitiute; aiiidoixlntt for the "ciap-frhooterV heiii.ms off.n.e; winkiiii at nnd -oncaliiijj the Mind- ti' i sir and is loml-moutlied n eon detuning the negro Ntitfr.igon, but at ihe sai'W liem plavs t'e huf inouth pidicy wnen iteomci to the aninlgaina tion ond misoegunation of the race, Ves t matJeis not to what party he THE GREAT SHOW .Vol only hav th rewrri of New York tiiy reeoaily and tiuuin euiphaslsed'tlM fit, but it i jf'i'era! ly known throughout tho. hrvadih the whole land, as well, that the Adam IVrtpangh anil DmtherV greet citMdidaled show, vhieh am to ex hibit 61 MKIHDIA.V. on FRIDAY. Nor." 2nd faf mirpaaee any other siuti lar organization in the number of wild Iva-K amplnbia, ""t'ephatU, lior- ik-, iet f.irmiug niniah rer. aeria Inti, aeroUtf, clowm leaHrs, chariot oein, JiH.'key great ait t, and glo rious acts, and in qnrntity and qual t; of enwi tainmeiit furnis-hthl for tha ordinavy price of admisxion. Among the most notable new prodigir intro duced will int found I Us.t n Ali, the EiryptiiOi guiit, m'i1 to l t!ie tllet man un earth, and for tho past two years a big feature with the Harnum. & fUiley show in Lm.d -n and tJreat Itii tiin. The number . ft prineipal male and and female bail tu It riders may belong, lin should vote I he ticket hits been increased to oin'eni that of straight and go home on eleoti.m day, singing "How tit in a foundation ye saints of the Ljrd, te. otc. Hut let us warn you that no Christian over voted that way. , o.mpies cneenuiiy sent or inrormation Turi'" " -" w i. nished.S LMs, Rotliciiberg tt Co., ' " Meridian, Ulss: t- '.-.. I . . ' - -U ' Wholesale and Retail Druggist, ' Carries the largest stock of Drugs In East Miss. Special attention given to Physicians" Orders. Prescriptions filled with only the Purest Drugs. .Soaps, Perfumes and Toilet Articles at Bottom Prices. man what. man can do for himsolfJ l'rayef Is the lever that nwves I the throne of God and canses Heave J to respond to the petitions of men, at we might agonize in yrayer until! our tongue was paralyzed and our knees callous and yet our God would pay no a'tention to such invoctions because we are asking hfm to do something we can do for ourselves. "God hates a coward" is an old and true saying. We profess to want a change from our political grievances, and the burden of taxation. No doubt bat a great many good men are ! wtous greed, that strips man of every ennobling attribute 'and "make hint & wluvdlmg sycophahrfwithout; 'prinei. pie .'.ndwitbont honor.?, I'" wais mt dowi) eu his knet- and Ofk 01 to hleii , him t in cantir.a; Ins vote for a party that sends tho se lect children of a favored few to Slate seli uls for nine ninths in e' year, and vmldren of poor parentage four jnontbsf fare any man insult God by eternally dinning in his fami ly's ears "economy, economy," and yet vote for a in&n who reeieves $8,6S7 for fifty days service in congress? Can any man give his Ood a good reason for perpetuating a party in power that has surpassed all jKilitical organizations in its embezzlements and malfeasances in office; its mob law; its : Umisvtllo, MNs. 0,:t. 18,ltMi. Dear Mr. Oein: Tho joint annual c.vnmninon at Do- Kalb, Uhwinfiold, and I'l.iant Springs will bo bold wilh Pleasant! Springs 4th Bitttday in Oct. ' W.E. Hill, iVtnr in charge. t A Protracted meeting will oe held in j DeKalb church to include the 1st Sb-' bath of Nov. and after Monday the pa tor will bo assisted bv Rev. d. W MoMdey of Seooba if the way be clear W. li II. the clowns to twenty-live, and iu the aerial and acrobatic departments the, additions are projs rti mate y largo ud brilliant. Thj grand doiiMea street parade has been made st.il -.ore richly and uniquely atlrart,ue,'and m every directiop still greater effort has kwii made and greater outlay incurred to more than meet the popular timnaud for cheap, wnolesome. stirring and bil- arons entertainment, Letters of Acceptance. ATTEND THE BEST. (32 C0L1XC; INCOIlI'OnATEI Authorized Capital 30,000. VV. L Watkloa, a prominent roem ltr of jbe Jackson liar, gives weekly lectures on Commercial Law. tn One Day Cold Cure. Kcrmous Cliori.lui.g Laati Quinine fa. W.IU la tho head anU tun Ui'imU VUilCtat The Xatlmial Chairman, .to. A. 1 l'arkcr, laiulsvllle, Ky.t by ufiW of the Executive C'oHiiiuiti-e has hn( printed a number u iRpHgu para-" phWrs, containing (be hitr.iel ac ceptance of the iMiuliiees, Harker 4ii.l Donnelly, a blogn-jib leal skoich "ami "' jut of 3 r. lint kcr, the preambfe copy of tuo Ulnclininii plittrcrm. This Is the most exiellcnf mmpslga document and should to wMtdy elrcu. lateu. These pampbteta will bo seat by mail iu any quanry for one cent a copy, or by express tor $8,00 per . thoiisoud. Orders should be addressed to Jo. A. Parker, Chairman lVpultst Na tional Committer, Louisville, Ky. The One Oa Com! vurm. CoUt In liw n Miroat eursd tif ITiw moui:btKu)iii Lati. tulniM. Ammt la iMu iwuu4i. F H ARfCV Tno Prince of Clothiers and Latter Day WORTH of East - Mff T.f Mississippi. Don't Fail to See Him while in the City. v -MERIDIAN, MISSISSIPPI. " .2 Sutafc For FPllA 4 tar. - I I I w jm Emm m 1 t M I i I vmiIVIlBJl.ie7ew . ' I - vs. PfWIII W ' ft . . . ' I nave received tno largest and best selected stock of Clothing, Shoes, Hals and Furnishing goods ever brought to Meridian, at prices in reach of ore making your pur Respt., L. H. ARKY. . v all, so when in town call In and Inspect our stock before making your pur- vuttseai s j HuuiHiuii yiveri iu mail oruers. '1 i