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al imposed by to'laj's order, w hich as iollows: j Ordered: That hereafter no ! Postmaster, pose otliee clerk, let Throe Employes IJouiued For ter c;iner . 1;iihvay postal clerk, or Plotting; Against tlio. Postal Department Management ONSIMI!KI WITH KKPI'BLICANS. Thry I'ut I i a l.it:le .lull on tlia I iiiiiure Iniou. The Republic Bureau, Pemu. Ave. and Utli St. Washington, Dec. 7 The ex pectation on the part of the Demo cratic executive oilidals that the coming together of the 'Republican Congress would result in treachery m tlie part of the Republicans em ployed in the departments, as well as numerous Congressional investi gations, which were mainly inten ded for political eflect, but which would condemn even what they vindicated has already found its realization. It has always been the case in department work here that em ployes in the departments are po litical weather cocks which turn to every passing political change and go to any limit in order to keep in favor with that political faction which they believe will be in power. It is not surprising, therefore, lhat First Assistant Postmaster General Jonen has discovered in his division of Tost Office Depart ment h .'ee p 'ominent clerks who are seeking to bring a Congression al investigation upon that division and who have been in active con Hulation and correspondence with leading Republicans to this end. Mr. Jones received information several weeks ago that General Michener of Indiana and the well known ''BIocks of Five" Dudley were both in communication with some one in the free delivery sys tem of the department and were both receiving extracts from letters and garbled records, intended to place the money order division in a false light and to bring about an investigation by the Republican House Representatives, 'An.inquiry was immediately begun with very prompt results. In fact scarcely a week elapsed when today Post master General Wilson removed from the department William W. Hill, Assistant Supriutendent o'i the free delivery division Samuel Height, a clerk in the free delivery division., and William A. Sullivan, recently a clerk in the free delivery divsion but still more recently as. t-igned to the dead letter division. The Post Office Department olli cials are at a loss to understand why these men should have been engaged in a secret abuse and mis representation of the department, for any other reason that through the hope of winning favor from the Republicans in the event ot coming Republican victories. Mr. Jones however, decided that as this is the first appearance of departmen tal treachery it would be well to put an end to the matter at once as well as to set an example to other departments,, where similar things are likely to occur. He therelore threw down the gauntlet to his ac cusers and immediately demanded the dismissal of the men engaged in the plot. Postmaster General Wilson, when the plot was proven, was on ly too ready to a.-uede to the re quest.' ..." ; , ; ' : , . j- At first there was a general deni al on the part.of.the;nien dUiiiissed, but subsequently Reight and Sulli van have, confessed and ha-vo, im plicated ' Hili, .'-The.ie removals are not so important on their own account as becsuso the action of these clerks is likely to be the he ginning of much similar work on the part of clerks in other places and it is very well that Postmaster General Wilson and his assistant have handled the matter so vigor ously. . Postmaster General Wilson to day also issued ti an order against organization of postal 'employes to secure legislative action. Rejmrtu have been currerit for a compara tively long period that employes of various classes were combining and pooling funds to fuinis-h ex pensed of committees or other rep resentatives sent to appear before Congressional committees and in behalf of legislation. This action is now practically prohibited and a penalty uf remov- other postal employe than visit I Washington, whether on leave, with or without pay, for the pur pese of influencing legislation be- fore Congress. j Any such employe of the postal service who violates this order shall be liable to removal. Postmasters ajd other employ es cf the postal service are paid by the Government for attending to the respective duties assigned them, which do not include efl'orts to secure legislation. That duty is assigned to the representatives of the people, elected for that pur pose. If bills are introduced in either branch of Congress affecting the j postal service, upon which any in formation or recommendation is desired, I am ready at all times to submit such as lies in my power and province. Wm. L. Wilson, Postmaster General. I oor soi il Notice to Contractors. AFFLICTED FOR YEARS. Mr. Ji B lioodman, Marietta, Ga., says: "I was troubled with rheuma tism, which the doctors called sciatica, for a number of years, doctoring with everything I con id hear of, without benefit, until 1 commenced with Dr. King's Royal Gennetuer, which cured me Bound and well. I was at 'timet for several months so 1 could not walk at aM. T have now been thoroughly well of it for four years, and think there is no medicine that can equal (jermetuer." New package, large bot tle, 1 OS doses, $ 1 . For sale by 1 1 arvey & Roby. MARVELOUS RESULTS. From a letter written by Rev. .1. Gnnderman, of Diniondale, Mich., we are permitted to make this extract: "I have no hesitation in recommending l)r, King's Xew Discover1, as the re sults were almost marvelous in the case of my wife. While 1 was pastor of the Baptist church at Rivps .Junc tion she was brought down with Pneu monia succeeding J.a Grippe. Terrible paroxisms of coughing would last hours with little interruption and it seems as if she could not survive them. A frieud recommended Dr. King's New Discovery: it was quick in its work and highly satisfactory in results." Trial bottles free at Harvey & Ruby's Drug fctore. Regular sile 50c. and $1. Karl's Clever Root Tea is a sure cure for headache and ner vous diseases. Nothing relieve so quick AGENTS WANTED Male anl fe A male, old and young, $10 to $20 a day easily made selling our Queen Plating outfits, and doing Gold, Silver, Nickel, Copper and Brass Plating that is warranted to wear from five to fifteen years, every class of Metal, Tableware, Jewelry, &o. Light and easily handled no experience required to operate them Can be carried bv baud with ease from house to house, same as gripsack or satchel. Agents are making money rapidly. They sell to almost every business house, family ami work-shop. Cheap, durable, simple and within the reach ot every one. Plates almost instantly; equal to the (lusst new work. Send for circulars &c. Oueen Citj Silver and Hickel Plating Co., EaBt St. Louis, Illinois. ami exhausted fields were once productive can again be made profitably fertile by a proper rotation of crops and by the intelligent use of fertilizers containing high per centages of Potash. Strikingly profitable results have been obtained by follow- ing this plan. Our pamphlets are not advertising circulars loom ii special fertilizers, but are practical works, contain ing latest researches nn the subject of fertilization, and arc really helpful to farmers. 'J hey lire sent tree fot tat Au)E. OKRMAV KALI WORKS, 03 Nassau St., New Yoilc. A Natural Beautifier Karl's Clover Root Tea purifies the vood and gives a clear and beautuui complexion. Sealed bids to furnish record and blank books for the county for the year K'li: .. ,11 1 ... rai.i.iva.l 1-lltll thp 1st Mrttl- whicll ! dav in Jatmarv. ISM. By order of the l'oaril of Supervisors. i. R. CONXEK, Clerk. Good advice: Never leave home on a journey without a bottle of Chamber lain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. For sale by Harvey & Koby ORANGE BLOSSOM. Is the famous remedy of Dr. Jno. A. McGill, for all diseases peculiar to ladies: It is the one natural cure for female troubles because it is applied right to the diseased parts. It is as safe and harmless as a flax seed poultice, the first applicat ion drawing out fever and soreness and stopping at once those distress ing pains from which so many women suffer. Don't take internal remedies fcr female weakness! Common sense re quires a direct apt lkation to cure leucorrhoja, ulceration, profuse and difficult menstruation, inflammation, congestion, falling and dropsy of the womb, ovarian and fibroid tumors laceration of cervix, rnd all disease" oi these organs. F.verv lady can treat herself with Orarsre Elosacin. Ssnd vour address Dr. 1. A. McCill & Co.. 2 &4 Wilkerson's Oriental Liniment, the best thing lor man or beast, for sale by Crowder & Edmunds. LUMBER, Hough and dressed. SHINGLES, SASlt, DOORS and BLINDS, MOULDING. When you need them go to ?ee J. L. HAMMOND at Hammond's gin. JSTAlso runs Kosciusko Ginnery & Grist Mill in connection. TIME TABLE. The following are the times of arrival of the C. A. & X. trains atKosciusko. The Passenger trains are daily, the freight daily except Sun day. East Bound Passenger, 4:57 a. m. Vest " " 2:30 p.m. IIIBLE Jt "2"ovlt XDoor. That is what it amounts to when you order from me. I am heru ir Kosciusko to take orders all the time. I represent Morris Bros of Memphis, and this is an as ence that my work is the best" Tombstones oi all grades furnished without delay at reasonable prices J. J. FUUR, Koscusko, Miss. YOU DON'T WANT TO "DEAD IS IT." Your severe fit of BE Stopped at once by HOWELL'S COUGH BALM. For Salt by D DWootsn, Crawley Bros., Cectjr Miss., N. A. Fox, Palbna. NOTICE. I desire my friends and patrons to know that my connection with the Star will in no wise interfere with my business as Notary Public or my law practice. Those who wish to see me professionally or on Notary Public bussiuess, will find me at the Star office. - 1 ' , C. M. Brooke Liquid Electricity Is an electric medicine discoverer and invented by Dr. W. II. Eldreu, of Chicago, 111. The best liniment for man or beast in America. It will cure end relieve pains and aches, also head wounds, bruises, cuts, burns, sealiU! aud sores quicker than any of 1 lie Ljni! ment or Antiseptics now in the market. Crivo it a trial rnd be convinced of itj wonderful virtues). No harm in using it. An infant can take it. 0 ' Tor salt by John S liowunond and S. B. lleUner, agents, Dnrant, Miss, and W. E. Brumby Kosciusko Miss. Sub Agents wonted everywhere, Address Ryan Co. General Agents Sandersville, Miss. '0 inboard con free sample, i recti or"? fur Chicago. Ills, for a -id a book giving full home treatment. pSSSSli fifliiiliill m come a-ivEs 3 F 5 . KELIEP. ALL DRUGGISTS. !'firt The K PIERCE. Racket Store IS THE PLACE TO ave Your Money! Co. Knri-gy Always Winn. Queen City Silver & Nickel Platin East, St. l,ouis, III., Gents:- The Queen Plater beats any thing I ever saw to make money. When I received it, I put in a brass ring to t st it, and to my surprise it was nicely silver-plated in five minutes " made $20.40 the first week, and $47.t!5 the second week plating Jewelry and tableware. At the end of the lirst mouth I had $l'.t7.4 elear profit. I now get all the knives, forks, spoons and jewelry one person can plate without going iiom home. 1 will let my son use the Plater now have at home. 1 am going out to sell Platers. 1 sold three today at $10 'each and did some plating besides. I sent Sit) today for jbur more Flafers. I believe any per son can make a grand success of tiiis business. Wry respectfully, L. S. Baldwin. If von want to make money, semi for circulars and prices of the Queen Plat ers; can b used by any one. Plates beautiful, aud equal to the finest new work. Every class of geods or metals. Address, QUCKN CITY Silver anl Nickel llatlug Co., EAST Kf. bOCIS. ILL Menlioo this paper. -o UlNSl'.MPTIOX CAN BE CURED by the use of Shiloh's Cure. This areaf Cough Cure is th only known remedy for that terrible disease. For sale by Harvey & Poby. On all goods for the holidays. A full line of toys to please the -children,, dolls of all sorts, real cheap j It will be money to yon to buy your shoes from the. Racket Store.. Will give you special bargains in mens clothing for the next 30 Jdaysr Split your dollar s hy maldnir all- your - bills !with 1 us : ' - Satisfaction guaranteed to all. 'rA .eypiit your trade and we know we will have tojttqu right to get it; we make friends by it. )Ve will stay and hold down prices for 1890; wd your friends! Buy all vour Christinas i oods from us and saveiiioney. Don't ibrsret our. line of hardw are. "We-uhderscll the town in that. Now let us see y oii - West Side Court Square ' '"!4Next toTostofficc. K9 , l.UKt. nntnt All Ubt rAILS Pl lli'rt CniiKh Si rup. 'I'u-ti it Uoixt. t'w Ki Ifl IIIIIO. .il.l hV l!r,'i-lyt;i. i Iu2 3 13