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I C0V. J. M. STONE. (Continued from 2nd page. ) ,.mct mdent sunnnrters nPpi" "1 -lr ... . Le coinage, attributed the evils flhMeriod chiefly to u t totally lit cau'e. In the canvass of JriTwrhesaid on that subject: t-n is tlivxs shown that it is not the -,nlftfneyi- but tftxation a'1'! lhfl pities of a protective tariff Jtjjl Jtfe t'ie iiy-'vo ui uiu uio- .1.. advocates of the condi am sure tliev wlvtr coinage that 1 .... lvi.l l,nt. T mi nsH so bad nor go hopeless as manr represent. W e must remem- lit Any wan ics occurred in this i0J7T and other countries dur- urn uic w. ui v. u . 11,1 henntits nf trt si vpr " triftco nnnira lilf flint nf ffim which thf-v are suTi?r ,K nliMtfl If Kll f C II l'fll IF f'.lit inni i n in i v uu u run i v fric2. winch accompanied by .:r?i.jrn'(t(I stacnation. depression ,flteines3 and the withholding of jjoupt mm invesim'MH. such a -as-tn.-Jt necessarny liiinetea aiioiiihIs upon us, out tliev i . money upon prices, I cannot do n , . better to disprove this free silver reVeilUOn i idea of its controlling influence better than cure. Tutt's Liver I than to quote the following from a pfe w;nnot on1v riirp hut :r letter by Senator George on April . W1;lno only fure Dut IQ, 1801, to the C.a rrnll CnnnH- i taken in time will orevent Alliance: "In i860, we had pros- QjrL- HpiHirflP perity beyond all former or sul.se-L SIC.K IieaaaCne, quent times; Dtton was high (the dysPePs-a, biliousness, malaria, tli MiKnr.t r -in- 1 ' .: 1! i '1 ..S.3L jJiiLt lur miuunng no- -naupauun, jaunuice, torpid liver and kindred diseases. TUTT'S Liver PILLS ABSOLUTELY CURE. my ii us, anil tne lowest 10c and Ave had in circulation S14.06 per head of our population. In iHyi we have low cotton, debt, stagnation, and yet we have $24.09 in circulation. Don't misunder stand me. I don't mean to sav !,. 1 ... uicn, DC-cause we liac Sil. oh nnrHui:........ : .or. 1 1 I ' ' H'lll. ii-.au ni iouu we nau nrosnentv. a.. . 1:. .. , , , , and because we have -,n n'n !. . ' u'r V) ciK(I 01 starvation head in circulation in Txr,, v. J , , ma?,in8 A-"; banner ashamed The Editor and His Snap. Maks no mistake SEMI YOl II ORDER TO -J. Livelar & Co., Canton, ICiss Fine Wines, Liquors, Beer, etc. Mar.y years experience and hiiving in large quantities give them nr. advantage rd'whieli you get the hem-tit. We alwavs send the be.-t goods that can be had for the least money. No charge for boxing. lLRiMj SALOON, CANTQN nisl AXK OKSI, Proprietor. TT:M.11 ,.,t, ..... AT TT ! t . t , .iurrv tin v.. luh W. II. rcBrnver bottled by distillery, per qt I will ia tiiii s heal and that prosper ity ami wntentment will again tfjmf to us, I think all human ex- . c .. 1 . 1: . ..- . ! pewJUf j istihes believing. Idrraly believe that bimetallism isliOi- xf a principle. I nus lioUl- iglb.av'i: hill laith that it is only j question of time when all .com- mi-mivl nations win reverse me iWit ftf 1S7;5 and return to sil- ier)ir.age rind the use of silver 1 1 ... T . 1 1 isastMUtaru money. 1 aiso oe iifTO (fiat tlie agitation ot tree coin m.lv this country alone is a most H-riws : obstacle in the way of sil- n-r fworsuon. i am sustained in this bclitf by what has happen leinir escorted to n V.c in.:.,. . neaven Dy an angel who had been j Old Oscar Pepper sent lor that purpose. Old Kentucky Tavlor " ''May I look at the other place i Maryhnd Clui.-Lourbon ' tic-tore we ascend to eternal happ:-1 Jame K Pepper ness?" 1' r.. 11 ... Old Lruw 'Lasy." said the angel. Belle of Anderson .... bo they went below, and skir- j Beech Fork suur m."ili .... imshed around, taking, in the j liookwood, sour mah open to our products our com- Ui f'11 Iost t,rack of U-i'H'oln Couiv merce was on every sea and pen"-i cdl 'T?- ' K-v' Ji h ' rve trated every land, almost without ! ! l;''U h!"-" , 11(5 fU"d him, Slt" i I,l,re wllite whisky restriction. V crJd " " K "ce, tanning Jnm- Hiackberrv. .Sweet Catawba. S-.nn.rnr,., have the reverse. I mean that the amount in circulation is not the main or principal thinir to look in in determining the cause of pros perity or the want of it. In our country, in i860, we had freer trade than vc had had for any con siderable period for forty years. The markets of the world ' wire 81 per uai 1 'J." " 1 " ' 1 -J") li " 1 no " " ivs.im,iiun. we sod w nere we , Y 1 ..i,t 1 -v . ... iselt and gazin wmu Kvl LU- mgnes: price. e 1... n( , ,, , , bought where we could buy the !?J &?-..This;v!!f.at?,oend ,of -hich t- luunitii jcus ui 11 1 is nee trade. There was no transfer by operation of law of $632,000,000 every year, from the farmers and laborers, to the pockets of the favorites of the government. There were few mil lionaires. There were no paupers but the sick, the maimed, the in sense. There was no contrivance bylaw, like the present protective tariff, by which the blessings rf heaven are excluded from our fn- kJsjim the repeal of the Sherman vored land. The people prosper- 1 I X 1 . 1 rt . 1 .' ' . . . f . 1 I . . lw prrrvrvase law. n repeal was m spue 01 ine low circulation .1 1 1 . 1 i . 1 .' f r . A 1 in jii.uu per neau. Anu, in spite ot an increase to ;' with rapture upon e in the fire. ; a sign on the furnaa ; Delinquent Pr.bscrib-! ers." . ! 'Get a move on you," said the Angel, "we must go." i 'You go on," said the editor. ! 'I'm not coming. This is Heav-J en enough for me. " Mora 1. Wood, turnip greens, ! excelsior, country produce, and j railroad ties taken same as cash. uock and Kve, Peach ami Holland Gin 1 ft ." 1 ( Hi o IV, i ( . ( 0 ('': 4 .-11 4 00 ?, Of SCO 12 ') 2 oft 2 Hi 2 1 .")!! 1 7-) Jior.ey " 1. 'if.v ff.1l SI . .". i.x 1 i Brandies of ail kinds "i--)to-l( ( Imported Ale and Porter 82 t)'u7n'- Budweiser and Sehldz Beer 1 .V ' Prompt and careful attention given to your orders. t'xtra cliarges for jugs or hoxes. miticv in (lie world that this coun irj woiml no longer undertake the fxpwuut'nt of maintaining the prior if silver with a vi.MV of estab Bsliiui; a lixed ratio between it and jjili w Jjint it could jilay its part in ftS'stitig exchanges of the world s iriiinodities. The Bland iifIS7'S aivd the Sherman law oll.Slti) hud wholly failed to suh-wm-5li.; purpose, and the repeal tftlif iiaittir law was notice that Mperiiiiorrafion hy us had ceased. TWivsult is to he seen in the narked and rapid growth of senti mHinhnnighout Europe in favor f sfftorr y the gre it commercial toward tne restorntion ot Blwrtotlie fM position as stand isliftBiiey. of the world. A little jwtjtiis- w art, I am con-nwf-if, irfff he rewarded by the fruition of our hopes. JsTtfie meantime, our banking . o sv'ittin can and should be organ so that any additional need for ia increase in the volume of firtHAcn. no matter how great tint may he, could be easily and w.v&i furnished. lu tliis Connor t HT1 if tnnv nnt b; amiss to recall the fact that in I?!, notwithstanding the world tajoyin. wh.atever.good bimet alltsr.a couhl produce, ' we found it fi.ssry and profitable to make Mai h.uik notes to an amount lha,'lv i":ti to the specie we- had, ''111 It Hill-!' :dnf ln rvtnci'il..r...1 'T-'iwat," asked Mrs. Grogan. severely, '-kep' yez so late th' night?" "Oi wuz down at Ilarri gan's barroni. discoosin' ouestion ay the coinage. Intcrchangin' j oideas, oi may say, Misthrcss Grogan, on free silver." "Audi fwin yez got t'rough ye had the! oideas and Ilarrigan had th' silver, j It is a foine statesmen ve are Oil don't nal. Hacks, Buggies, and Drays Kosciusko. Mississippi. think!" Indianapolis Jour- 11 1 m 11 n i- in i I I U II I I (St. 1 II till; ti!i;v tins (p:estion. piosjierity we that had SjJ'eriy any :.:M'vcr dollars. Our ::;oiu v consisted almost c-n- !m!-,. ,.( t . 1 u.e. uonai coins, and a i . amount of Mexican dollars abd v.'.-r i :., . . 'ii iuiL;i" I MMS. Kmc kr.iiw. iiw :.. ..t . . . 1 v- itiLHj ui tit rn 1 ecrriii- 'iiW-d he nur I-,,,- f . . in it til iiiti .(i 1111- dtr-v.A.!u,i 1- . .f urn. iiiu UUIK l i.xvnd it lliorp l-rnfitnM,t.-, oil ftas biilion than to have it coined W"'!o!lars. Consequently from alitde over R.onn (vvi nf ;h.-r W5rs, and ever, tide lnnt Jmc ceased to circulate and had 0 Iflflted Jw countries that placed a just suvcr. this proves that 1tad creat nmcnorih. f.u.iiViiiji ji IIIVJV. w't'l a little or nn nep fnr SJ4..00 or over 7O per cent per capita, we have depression and debt. It is thus shown that it is not the want of circulation of money, but taxation and the iniquities of the protective tariff that are the main cause of our distress." If what Senator George says as to the evil effects of protective tar iff be true, may we not confidently hope, now that the McKinley bifl has been repealed, for a return of the prosperity portrayed by him under the low tariff that prevailed prior to lbbof Though should I be elected Sen ator, inasmuch as I would not take my seat until 1899, I may nev er have the opportunity of partici pating in legislation upon the question of free coinage of silver, I have endeavored to make my views plain, and hope I have done so. The kindly consideration shown me so often by the people of Miss issippi, forbids that I should, as to matters deemed by them of im portance, have any secrets or hesi tate in the least to advise freely with them. lint while I have written at length upon this subject. I WOldd lint 'l.'IVe if lielieved lli.if I ' - .......... v.. .in, , 1 , regard it as the sole or even chief j The Gl'Cat Southwest. I ocratic party. That part)- existed before this question vexed the minds of the people, and 1 trust 1 Hacks fcr IDrrain.2rs a Specialty. T"ow that garden time lias come, I furnish all kinds of plmv stock and a: xpeiieneed hand to 'o with it. No trouble about plowhu: your garden. Stable Next to Atkinson's Shop. ii inn li;. bonis S01: tli western Railway.) TO Arkansas and Texas. THE OM.Y LINE with tlironiih car service from to Texas Memph is No change of cars to AX ANTONIu. AUSTIN. UKAUNK. foi:t WOKTII, or intermediate point.". two .-taiv ti:ai.m Curryintr tl 1 ruvr'i cor,cln., chair ears and sleepers, trawr sinn the ti'icst finiiini.' srazimr nnil tim'ier hiipis, iiiiil rem-iinn: the most prospeioiis towns a'ld .i ties in r 1 p a l S. m CMS GIVES SELIEP. laeSBlll9BBlB9l19a9la . .. . .. m oaiK soaa is interior to package soda. kND "AiU 9 u is the whole story !$Jw ami oelieve that it will he a mighty agency for their protection long af ter it shall have taken its place among the issues of the past. Just taxation, local sell-govern ment, press, l-WKMINi; UNO-i.'!,!iii!.' alum-: dantly ail the cereals, corn and cotton, j and especially adapn-d to tin cultiva-, tion of small fruits, a n t ear! v vcireta-j hies. J (IIJAZINU LANPS-Allordin-exc-l- ! lent past urare diiriiej: aiinost the entire j year, and comparaticely close to the great markets. TI.MBKR LANPS-Covered with nl- BKWARF, of imitution traJ'. marks unJ labb. in A W-i L 1-"- y Costs no more than otlicr packase soJa-nover spoils R SOPA I cr.!y try CzrRCil h CO., Kew York. Soli v crocers ercrvwhere. V.'ritc S'.T .in;x :u:;l i'.'.ii.'i.-ucr Hook of v:ik:u!: -uiiiv.-rsrJ.y acknowledged purest in the world. Recipes l'UF.V. 0 ! 1 1-1 I . . most niexnaiistihl" forests of vellow r'l-nnii 11 tea mn-i rn m.-n r : . : .. i .1 . . i ... 1 1 ' - - v-"puie, cypress ana me naru voons coin- equal laws, are to be preserved if 1 mon to Arkansas and Eastern Texas, our system is to be maintained; ''" be procured on reasonable and ad- i' i . VMHtncHitiiia turnw a n ci to tnis end tne p Democratic party demands j All lines connect with and have tickets that those who believe in its prin- j on sale via ciples shall not suffer themselves mi n j.x t ti t i to be torn apart by angry or ex-1110 CottOll Belt KOlltC. cited discussion of any issue that ! All persona contemplatim.' a trip to may, from time to time, arise. I am, my dear sir, most respect fully, your obedient servant, J. M. Siom:. . . ..... ,k l"WMIo arj. l,;t 1 ww Aio.obopoo ofGsilver money, Olivet th,. rr-.,. Tl. . , . ls lur more. inis "UllK-nse cum to (..II I 'uK!er our laws is maintained JPpaty with gold, and has the chasing power and func- sot stamlard money. Under wts.J... - --.ci Lnmage, I am constrain- lu tV nnr . ... Aperience, to Delieve "t would fall toils bullion va'- uL- ' , lke s,ilver bullion, fluctu- value from day to day. At r. l. r, .J. . J . - me etiect of the value of SILVEll AS WELL AS GOLD. MUftiNMlppian Make XWegtiA DIscot erles of Preclmia Mtln. Texas should purchase tickets Via Till'; COITO.N iil-.l.T liOl'TK, and avoiil vex ations changes. It it) This paper covers its territory . more thoroughly than any other ncAyspaper; and is thereibre ol tiie greatest possible benefit to loeal advertisers. Jackson, Miss., April 20. Since gold was found in this county, many people have been investi gating, and Harry Gilliam claims that he today found a vein of sil ver on Kocky creek, near here, and also several fine specimens of gold. There is considerable ex citement over the find and other investigations will follow. The only Tino thinning ihronvlt trains fiom Memphis tn Texan. Parties immigrating to Tex as will find it to their interest to see a (jntton Belt Asent before making ar rangements elsewhere. Auk vour nearest ticket atrent for mans time taldes, etc., and write to any of the following for all Information you may desire concernim: a trip to the great Southwest or for a opyoftbe pamphlets, "Texas hands," "Homes in the Southwest," m "Tlirouuh Texas" G. P. liKCTOK, .1. C. DAVIS. Om'l Aient, T. F. 4t p. A. No. Mair. St, Memphis, 'IV tin. A. S. POIHiK, K. i.aHK ATM F, Ci. T. M., (i P. ami T. A. ST. i.nns, MO. HUBK SMITH DKAI). sippi. was t.i 1 k- rob a train in Missi en nun Oi v. ;f eie iet h,- that that was the cause ot histrou- Life of the Train Hobber KimIimI belief as only temporary. in 1'rison. was taken to the hospital abo.;t la uck ago and it then became ar - - ... .... i- 1 1 i 1 p.iieiu uiai ne naci i.rignt s ilisease and could not live. Warden James w ill notify his relatives. Kube Smith was one of thebokl- Columbus. (.)., April jo.---Kube Smith, leader of the notorious Burrows gang, sent up to the Ohio penitentiiary on December to, lSijo from Mississippi, to serve a life sentence for attempted train rob bery, died this afternoon in the Penitentiary Hospital. Smith, soon after his arrival at the peni tentiary, complained of kidney trouble. A bullet, which it is said, he received while attempting to est desperadoes of modern times. He was charged with the murder of five men and it was the popular impression that his hands were stained with the blood of many more, lie was born in Lamar County. Alabama, where his pai nts still reside, and was 27 vears V.