SOME OLD TRADE TRICKS.
HERE ARE FORTY.
Cheating to trade is no new thing.
It was practiced in the fourteenth
century as well as in the nineteenth.
Our town records contain many cases
of summary jurisdiction in matters
affecting the price, weight and quali
ty of food, clothing and other things.
I cull a few from the archives of t he
city of London. In 1348 proceedings
were taken against a butcher for sell
ing putrid meat. Three reasons were
alleged against this conduct at his
trial before the mayor and aldermen.
It was deceitful and dishonest ; dang
erous to the public health ; it brought
scandal and disgrace upon the mayor,
corporation and all the Inhabitants
of the city that a Londoner should
behave so. After the Investigation he
was found guilty, and condemned to
be taken, with his bad meat carried
in front of him, to the pillory in Corn
hill, and while he stood therein the
carrion he had tried to sell was burned
under his nose.
It is well known that the pillory
was an instrument in which the cul
prit was fixed, Incapablcof movement,
exposed to the contempt of the people.
The offense of the culprit wis always
publicly proclaimed, and, according
to the views of the spectators the
punishment might be severe or other
wise. If they disliked the offense of
the offender their contempt would
take the proverbial and forcible form
of rotten eggs and dead cats, and the
trader would make a closer acquaint
ance with his own wares, both raw
and cooked, than lie might find pleas
ant. A publican, convicted of selling un-
sound and unwholesome red wine,
was sentenced to drink a draught of
the same stuff which he sold to the
common people, the remainder being
poured on his head, and compelled to
forswear the calling of a vintner in
thecitv of London forever, unless he
could obtain the favor of the king. A
note on the record states that he was
readmitted five years later.
About the same time we find a wo
man charged with selling nlo in a
short measure quart pot, the bot tom
of which she had thickened with pitch
and covered with rosemary, to look
like bush In the sight of her custom
, ers. It was a common practice to put
some sort of evergreen leaves In the
bottom of tankards hence the pro
verb, "Good wine needs no bush."
Her sentence was to stand in the
"thew," or female pillory, with half
of the pot uttached to it. As far as
possible the cause of the offense was
always exhibited along with the per
Severe punishment was meted out
for endeavoring to raise the standard
market price of corn and other arti
cles. In 1347 a merchant was Imprl
soned for forty days for enhancing the
price of his own property. lie secretly
employed a man to bring certain of
-his own (the merchant's) wheat to the
market, whereupon lie bought his own
at 2 pence more per bushel that the
market price, of course taking care to
make the same well known, forgetting,
however, to state what he knew about
Fur a rill Tlmea.
The New Orleans Times-Democrat
in its efforts to drum up all free silver
papers represented at tflloxi In the
rress Convention, unintentionally
stumbled upon sixteen papers which
advocated sound money and by a su
preme effort managed to muster up
35 free silver papers and announced
with a flourish, that the Mississippi
press stood &5 to 18 In favor of free
silver. Here Isallstof 40 Mississippi
papers that favor sound money, not
withstanding the Times-Democrat's
erroneous report :
West Point Leader.
Port Gibson Reveille.
Pass Christian Deacon.
Hay St. Louis Progress.
Water Valley Progress.
Holly Springs Reporter.
Crystal Springs Meteor.
Newton County Progress.
McComb City Enterprise.
There arc other papers in the State
which could be placed on this list, but
we cannot recall them just now.
THE END OF THE WORLD.
Dr. A. P. Sawyer:-! have been suf
fering with sick headache for along
time. I used your raiunj v.ui."
now am entirely relieved. I would not
do without your medicine. Mrs. G.A.
Miller, Mt. Morris, in. u ?
Scranton Pharmacy, Mt-raiiujii, u..u
J. W. Stewart, Moss Point.
Here Is what an old bachelor editor
has to say In defence of celibacy :
Married men grow powerrui wickoo
powerful fast. Just as soon as a man
is married, women shun him as they
do a mud-puddle. If his wife goes
away for a week he is deprived alto
gether of female society. Girls who
treated him nicely before his marriage
would not walk a block with him af
ter dark to save his neck. Married
men must be a mighty bad lot.
Dr. A.P. Sawyer:-I have had Rheu
matism since I was 20 years old, but
since using your Family Cure have
been free from it. It also cured my
husband of the same disease. Mrs.
Robt. Connelly. Hronklyn, Iowa.
Sold by Scranton Pharmacy, Scranton
and J. W. Stewart, Moss Point.
11. P. BUCKLEY,
A CAMP STREET 8
E. W. MORRILL,
FOR MISSISSIPPI COAST
ori'icKAT BILOXI, MISS.
N S N
R It X
R B ..
Through Trunk Line
Between Cincinnati, Lexing
ton, Louisville, Evunvillc,
St. Louis, and
Nashville, Memphis, Mont
gomery, Mobile andAcw
Without, clinnsc and with spaed unrival
ed, SliniTBxt. mill qincknst. ioiimi ii-oin
New Orleans, Moliile. unci
Moiiljjomei v, tu
I'lilliimn Curs without cliiiiiRe to ISiihIi-
ville. Louisville, Ciiicinumi, Cliii-ujro,
with but. one chuiise to u 11
Northern Eastern Cities.
Til liiiijj'ii Couches from Cli: Itinin og
uml NwsbvMle to St. l.oit 8, connect! u
direct for Cities in the Northwest.
IUi on lUnd a Fine Stock of
:-: SUmwr Jewelry, :-: FirACCitaOftr'S LllMlitjaiiSlSaiBitrlMMM.
SPECTACLES. Reptcstnitingtbe Strongest ami Most Liberal uomuu..eS ... .u
t: i t. i .i r.lnliA T nan i'h nee Company, of England
Wiitcu ft. Jewelry l.epainiig a ooecunj. ..-Comoanv. of Livernool, Englmd
... ir. i.. i .-.- - , . .
Muy 31, ldito. J
A GOOD WORD FOR BAD TEX-PER.
riupnix Insurance Company.
I'hwnix Insurance Con
1-PIT7 II IStfl T. T Uinni
g- 1 I1UL U, UUU1IU, 13 U,o
KltWtS AVKNI K,
St'KA.MUA, MlO. ""
SHAVING & HAinUttclNb
In llie liiglieKt tle g
ol Riooklvn, New York.
nipnnv, of London, Knglitnu.
Hartford Inmitiince Compniiy, of HaittoKl, l.onn. . , .
Meriianirs A Trn.lern' Inmmaee company, of New Or ean., Lo
American Kim Insurance Compnny, ot P liitiiillplii. ft. .
All ot the above companies Have romullrtw,, MU. uw. o
limn protecting tlieir piilroiiH, ueaiiicR ciniiui.ui "'"';
State mill coontv. by tbairown special license, huh m . u...
. i.i i in., iv .1 a nw
Louses art Paid Cash without Discount witnoui waning
October 19. 1S9I. -
: : : MISSISSIPPI.
ot the tu t.
g- HOT AND COLD
g I ,i, uiiw pi-ppiM-eil to.;ive
hot unci colli lintlm on slioi l. no-
Hue. M.v outfit is of the most
"inini'oveil patterns. . Zl
DEALER IN BMW
WXm ItlO, BOOTS, SHOES,
ME A CALL.3
S P. D.BEOHT. 2
S. M. llatliff, of Vlcksburg, sends
the Evening Post the following com
munication on the above subject :
Permit me to give to your many
readers an explanation of some signs
by which we know that the Gospel
Aire is the end of the world, and
Jesus' return as our king is near,
Malt. 24; Mark 13; Luke 17:20-37,
and Luke 21.
Signs In the Heavens 'J U ;re will be
ncreaslng signs In the sun, moon and
stars. Celestial signs ol every descrip
tion. Mavelous, strange and pecu
liar; unknown and rare and inex
plicable to science, sometimes local
sometimes general, sometimes seen by
a few at unreasonable hours, some
times observed by many. These signs
will partake largely of blood and Hie
and smoke. Such as bloody hands
streams of blood, dripping blood and
(lie and vapor of smoke marching
armies, battles, conllagrations, ball
of lire, explosions, mists and vapors
peculiar cloud and atmospheric for
mations and conditions. Ihese are
signs of the pending end of the world
or eart hly kingdoms and governments.
And the God of Heaven will set tip a
kingdom, and it shall destroy Satan's
kingdoms, and God's kingdom shall
stand forever. Dan. ii: 44.45.
Justice I'.arrett of New York, an
eminent jurist, in the trial of u recent
case had something to say regarding
mminrantc ei kln? hnmra on line of tliif
lllllliy I alll9 road ill mTivoBiiei-inl rates.
See iigenls of lliis Company for lutes.
routed, etc.. or write
C. P. ATMOK15
U. P. AT. A.,
5c CIGAR 5c
L. X. 11 RUNS W 10.
Regarding this disease, an author
ity on poultry says : Have the floor of
the roosting room, as well as the
scratching shed, well littered with
straw, chalT or leaves. This will help
to keep it clean and the fowls will not.
Hurt their feet in Jumping from the
roost. Especially is this common with
the heavy breeds. It Is a swelling on
the bottom of the foot, and will cause the qualifications of a juror which
the fowl great pain, besides making was very muclHo the point. Among
her useless until cured. In severe ther things he said : "We wantmen
cases it will also result in death. on juries who have read the newspa-
This disease is rarely noticed until pCrs In this or In every other case and
the matter has formed. In that ease Who necessarily have formed an opin
the only thing to do is to open the au- un because they are Intelligent. The
scess with a sharp, slender knife law does not reject a man because he
blade and wash out the matter with hits formed an opinion. This court
warm water, to which a few drops of wishes for a juror a man who has,
carbolic acid lias been adueci, then ap- perhaps, formed an opinion and yet
lily nitrate of silver, about ten grains wuo conscientiously says he can try
to an ounce of distilled water. If, the caso Impartially without refer-
however, the disease Is detected be
fore matter has formed, wash the foot
in strong vinegar and apply tincture
of iodide to the thickened skin.
Sometimes fowls are lamed by run
ning splinters or glass In the foot, but
this is rarely the case. Ave do not be
lieve in wasting time doctering very
sick fowls. The best remedy is the ax.
In any case, separate quarters, so
that if the disease proves to be con
taglous, the balance of the flock may ceptable juror,
be saved. invite him."
A very remarkable fish story has
becntelcgraphed from Inverness, Flu.,
to the New York Recorder. Dr. J. P.
Gent's Furnishing Goods.
HATS, CAPS AfiU SHOES.
DYEING and CLEWING properly don
Anjfiist. 4. 18114. 24-ly
ence to his opinion. Such a man is
an ideal juror. It is the citizen who is
at fault, not the jury system. This
question grows more important every
day. Newspapers must publish the
news because the people demand It.
The jury law as it stands can not be
improved. Let the talesman tell the
truth; say the evidence can change
his opinion. The intelligent man who
reads the newspapers Is a most ac-
we want him; we
The Holly Springs Reporter says:
"A neat story comes from Atchison.
A mtlti ufnt. t.A ulnnn tlia Imi nl.tlit
Miller was driving along in the night and drcamed he wag entirely
governed by women. It was scrupu
from visiting a patient, when his
horse shied and snorted. The doctor
itAinA nn unrt Bittt f lint, nn nllttrntrir 12
feet long had the horse by the nose,
though the alligators were never
known before to attack a large animal
on dry land. While the doctor looked
the alligator let go his hold, broke the
horse's legs with his tail, and, seizing
htm by the throat, began to suck his
blood. The doctor drew his revolver
und fired at the alligator, which left
the horse and charged at him, tearing
the wheel from the buggy, and nearly
throwing the man out. A lucky shot,
the last in Ills pistol, struck the vora
clous beast in the eye, and saved the
doctor's life. Next!
OPEN ALL THE YEAR.
Hnv tickets to Bncknlnnnu Station
Mobile &. Ohio Kuilminl. wlieie .von will
flml H. P. Houron with free lucks t
Weekly Hoarders, to convey yon to the
The Water is n positive cine for nil
Stomi.ch, Liver, Bowels. Kidney, bladder
and rikin Diseases, and riles.
Iseuiii tatter prepiued to iiccommodiit.
those set-kin; health, than ever, wit
nice rooms tr0 gifsts. A trial of tut
water is all that is asked.
l-'or further information, address,
II. J. rUTTliS. l'l-ojii ii-tor.
Healing Spii n jh. Ala
Mav 25.114. 4-fim
Leads In Low Prices
January C, 189.').
WHOLESALH AND KK1A1L
Clothing, Furnishing Goods and Hats.
Ccr. Canal and Chartres Streets, nW ORLEANS, LA.
THE LARGEST 'cLOraTOHODSE SOUTH.
Country orders solicited. Samples and rules for self.
, . 1: ...i! .f .1..
measurement wiuiniriV sent, on aiiiuiuaumii ireu ".
Deciinhft 14, WJ4.
Mcdonald, march & co.
Cheapest anil Best in the South.
DAN M. MAYERS,
Gen'l Insurance Agent,
Fire, Life, Accident Emuloyer's Liability and Steam Bailer Insurance.
u t,. ti. fii m ,.r m wi'.m THKOHDLil).! ask filename lilier.il patnm-
"e i ven to the old firm ilv line of l''ii. Ufn and Accident. Cnmpiininn embraces
some ol the vbi v best. Imiresl, and most liberal companies, w itll lonit expel ioiilh
in the bnsincm in all it bianchjis, I eun servo my patrons aocepran-.v.
conn esi' osro e.yc k s olivi te d.
It may sound paradoxical to My fc.
Dili it is irue, i rind me ocst peopl,
sometimes nave mo worst tempers.
in me same way, sunns ure ofttn
those who have pereome the most
sin. Persons who.ifeel deeply, whos
se.isiouities are Keen and strong
rarely find it easy to maintain a uol-
form, placid exterior, and the strut.
gles betweeu their passions and their
calmer wisdom is often a terrific one
There are others nho never seem tu
be troubled who are amiable wit h an
amiability that it seems impossible
to ruffle who never show any sign,
of irritation, but are always equable
and cheerful. Such persons are doubt
less much to be admired, but their
society becomes In time not only ex
ceedingly monotonous, but even ex
ceedingly aggravating. Try as we n ill,
we can not get them to show fire
They are devoid of enthusiasm, as
they are Incapable of anger. Nothing
disturbs that serene stillness, which
is certainly not the stillness of death.
A hearty quarrel is an Impossibility,
Whatever we may do or say, they
never get cross with us or call us ob
jectionable names. All this is un
deniably irritating. It Is quite re
freshing to pass from the company ot
these to a warm, full-blooded Indi
vidual of susceptible passions. It Is a I
treat to feel that the hand which
grasps ours could, if need be, strike
hard. It may sound very paganish
to say 80, but we do love a little spice
of human nature. Sturdy truth and
faithfulness generally lie behind some
capability of hottest anger. Wc know
that those friends who often seem
most cross and irritable are really
our stiinchest and most reliable. Kut
that bad temper In itself can never be
an admirable thing, but that it is of
ten accompanied by very sterling
qualities. It generally co-exists with
strength of character and independ
ence of spirit. Moan and treacherous
persons arc frequently amiable; but
ter will not melt in their mouths, nor. I
at their hearts.
Of course, it Is very heretical to say
a good word for had temper. Rut let
us recollect that all temper is not!
necessarily bad, nor all equability
good. Warm, sensitive feelings cm
not always be concealed, and a little!
sincerity of emotion is sometimes I
gratifying. '"What is the good of al-
Muy H, lH'Ji.
61 C?BJfW 13 THE BEST.
0O llwb FIT FOR A KINO.
FRENCH 4. ENAMCUXD CALF.
3.P P0LICE.3 soles.
Ovr One Million People wear Iho
W. L. Douglas $3 & $4 Shoes
All our shoes are equally satisfactory
They give the belt veltio lor the money.
They equal custom Ihoefl In ftyle and lit.
Their wearing qualltlea are uneurpaeted.
The prices are untfortnt-itaaipea on eolo.
B.nm a, a Ii laved iivif other makes.
If your dealer cannot supply you we can. Sold by
I life, M
17i4 Iiiiinroiice Compnnv ofNortli Ainenoii,
1H50 NiiiftHin, New York,
lH(i8-Nev Oil.-ans liiannmcH Assciiilin,-New Oi-liiuns
IMoil-Hritisli AiHKiicn, Timinto,
,sr 1 VV" est M-ii , Titroiitii 1
111 Gl-Kunwirli. NW Y01I1
Irtli4 I'uli'.ntine, Kngliiiid,
lSXj Kimtliurn, Now Olleiins,
11:1 lloirif , Nbw Ymk, ;
iH76H'i,lclilv anil t'lisnully AiMinli-nt iiiHiiraunH u nany, nnw
liiv.1 Eqnitablo Ufa Asaiu-auoi) Sm-u-ty, Nuw Ymk,
r I 0 7-iO 6-S
2 l!K) 1!
3 Yi 'io:
1 017 I'Jt
1 4H6 m
1 2.ili '9H
9 :vis 7.11
153 000 OK
'I'l..un riMimiiiiins hav cninltlitnl with ibi) Iiiwkd
liberal in their iidjiislinent-s. UoiTosoumluiir.o uuiujiibii
D.ccnibcr I. 1J4.
tlM2 Ifi 240
lliis Main and ar ii'iniit nnl
IF. J. E.
Jan. 4. '!).").
Dr. Sawyer: After suffering tour
vcars with female weakness 1 was
pttruaded by a friend to try your Pas
tillenand after using them one year
I am entirely well. I cannot rccom-
men a ineai wo nigniy. inrs. in. o.
Brook, Bronson, Bethel Branch Co.,
Mich. At Scranton Fharmacy.bcran
ton, and J. W. Stewart's, Moss Point.
lously clean, and while wandering
around, ho saw threo men arrested
for spitting on the pavement, a gar
bage box at the rear of each lot was
hiind-painted and tied with blue rib
bon, mall boxes were decorated with
draw work throws, and Are plugs had
cushion scats on top of them. Sweet
peas were climbing over the electric
light poles and a hand-painted cupl
dor occupied a prominent place- on
every corner. There was no business,
not a team being allowed to pass up
and down the streets for fear of mak
ing dust. The town was deserted.
save for the policemen, who
marched around to see that no one
with dusty shoes stepped into the
It sold with written
tuarantee to cure
Tobacco and Alco-
t..t- Manful luOFfla.
B&PORfc - APTErV Bloi. ofteninan!
the Brain, causing Mltary, Insanity and Death
Darrenow, 1m potency, Lost Power In either box.
Prematura bid Aae, loTolunUrr Jhw, caused
by over-indulgence, over-eiprtion of the Brain and
grroraof Youth. Itirtveiito Weak Organs their
Natural Vigor and doubles the Joys of life! oures
Lucorrhoaa and Female Weakness. A month's treat-
. , 1 k Mai, a a.t.l-Ha SI
per boa, t boaee IS. With every 15 ordnr we give a
written Quarantsa to eure or rerunn ton mimny.
Olrcnlnrs free. Ouarautee Issued only by our ex
Dr, W. A. COX, Pruenist, Scranton.
Miss., and J. W. STEWART, Drug
gist, Moss Point, Miss.
March 8, 1895. 3-ly
The Oxford Globe gets off the fol
lowing truism: "Tis better to. tell
the truth than to utter that which is
untrue, it matters not how it Is palnt-
d, colored or gotten up."
H. Hloom field, W. Winter, L. D. Herrici
President. vice-fres at. uen i i g r
PASOAGOQLA LAND 00.
LANDS BOUGHT AlTD SOLD
HOMESTEADS , LOCATED
Oftioe Kch anton, Jack
A specinllj made of handling anil
ofnrnurty for Non-Kksiuknts. Ti
PAID, &o., Ac
SON (0 , MlR
April 5, 1895.
and crow np with the
All kinds of Job Printing done at
tho Democrat-Star office on short
notice and at satisfactory prices.
Nothing but first-class work sent out.
means so much more than
you imagine serious and
fatal diseases result irom
triflincr ailments neglected.
uuu i yi ay wit"
greatest gut health.
C. H. ALLEY,
(South Side Railroad, cor. Delmas Ave. and Frederick Sti.)
Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes,
CHOICE FAMILY GROCERIES,
FEED, HARDWARE, ETC.
Stationery a Specialty. Frotcher's Celebrated Garden Seed.
PATKONAGE SOLICITED. SATISFACTION uUAKAMLfc.1).
IT GOODS DELIVERED FKEK..AJ
July 9, 1894.
outol aorta, weak .
haualcd, nervous, ,
have no appetite
and can't work,.
htvin at once tak
ing the most rella-j
Brown's Iron Bit. i
tcra. A few not-.
ilea cure benctt
cornea from the J
very first dose-0 "
ttttk. and li s
pleaaanl to take. ,
Stock of Men's and Boys' CLOTHING. Low
& Prices and Larcest Stock in Town. Full
Stock Paints, Oils and Varnishes.
Saw Oil, 45 cents per gallon.
Collier's Whito Lead, cents. 0
MOSS POINT MERCANTILE CO,
AiiKiixt. 3. 1804. 8-y
Dyspepsia, Kidney and Liver.
Constipation, Bad Blood
Malaria. Nervous ailment i
Get only the genuine-It hs crossed red
lines on the wrapper. All others are sub-
stltutes. On receipt ol two ac. nampawa i
will aend set ol fa BaautUnJ WarWil
Fair View and book tree.
BROWN CHEMICAL CO. BALTIMORE, MO.
Ootober 19. 1894.
Book and Job Printing of every de
sor.'ntloo neatly exeontod at this offloe
Bund In yonr orders at once.
Henry ki I Co.
IMPORTERS OF . . .
WINES AND LIQUORS,
No. W and 16 Tchoupltoulaa St..
N1W ORLEANS, LA.
Ans. 31. 1894. 28-ly
M. 0. FEORE,
Grocer ii li UrP
Krnlw Aenua, 8CSANTON, MISS.
Good Delivered to Horn and bhip
Getobor 19.1894. 35-U
and URSUL1NK8 STREETSj
NEW ORLEANS. - LA
Wbololule Dealer in
Snuffs Ii Smokers' Articles.
Having tulurged the carnoitT of
, Mr luoiorv.I am now able Mi up
ply myonatflnnin at "Rook Bntinm"
lir'ico with m.v own muke, und all
oi ber brands of Cigara, Cignrettea,
Brooking and Chowin? Tobaccos.
SnnOn, nu'l Smokers' Articles, at
Dnctwiber 4. 1894 . 48-lr
ways saying peace when there is no
peace? of BimuUting approval when
we feci none? of appearing satisfied
wlien we arc really disgusted? So
good, and much harm, may easily
come from an eternal placidity. Ills
not always right to seem pleased ut
every thing. No one will uphold a
genuine bid temper, which causw It
owner and evtfyope else much wretch-
erines; but ffte capability of anger,
the possibility of not only sparks bm
heat, is a virtue rather than otlic:
If we are sincere, we cannotahvii)-
t-oriceai our ocencsii icciiiiks, m i
desirable that wc should. Evil
alioiights, fretfuliirss, sullenness.
should be most, sternly repressed, but
wliilp Imltllng tho mastery over it-
display, we need not be ashamed '
faculty of occasional anger. Snot
anger should not be Jealous or selfish
It. should be aroused on behall ol
others when wo sec others ill-treate'l
or hear them spoken of wrongfully
On our own accounts a greater for
bearance Is advisable. What tli'
world says of us need not fret
much. But if no wrong done l
others, or lio spoken of them, cm.
rouse us to righteous anger, wo fee,
sure that we nre hopelessly seinsii
and hardened. In like manner, if
nothing that our friends do. or say to
ourselves rouses our deepest feelings
we may be sure that we do not cart
much Tor these friends. Put we nw
never break into furious temper,
which Is often the mad excess of wliat
was originally a good thin .
USES FOR RAWHIDE-
Farmers should use rawhide. A
skin of an animnl whether cow, can.
nil I. nr hnran Is worth more 8t liomel
than nt the tanner's. Cut Into nar
row strips and shave off the hair witni
n awn Wnifn iwrnro the kitchen flrcl
or In the work-shop, htormy eaj'.
and r.venlncs make soft by rubblnn
- . , .
A raw hide halter strap an Inch vwi
will hold a horse stronger and iiwi
longer than do Inch rope; It Is strong-1
pr than hoon iron and more durable;
maybe used to houp dry casks nni
boxes or for hinges. Try.lt. n l
broken thill or any other splintered I
wood-work ; put on wet and nail fa1
Thin skins make the . best
strinns In the world. A rawing
rone Is a crood substitute for a cna"1
It Is valuable to succeed a broken lio!
In a trace chain. For some purpose!
it. Is limt. to use it in its natural state,
fnr tiHiitr ntirnnapa It. mflV he dressed
Children with pale, bluish com
plexions, Indicating the absence of
the requisite red globules lo the blood
should take Dr. Sawyer's Ukatlne.
Sold by Scranton Pharmacy, Scran,
ton, and J. rV. Stewart, Moss Point.
The Alexandria (Va.VGa7.otte says
"Because some Southern school book' I
tro tn iauoh Ilia l rnr.ll In rMHeCt tl
the war I ctween the Slaws, so that!
the children of this section may on
be led to believe ttly are tho sons w
traitors' as tautflit by Hortner"
school books, a Boston newspape'l
says : 'The time has came to call
halt. It Is within the power of t"
United States Congress to pass a isji
prohibiting throughout the ropi
the use of school books thatium w
make treason respectable.' This
iimiwivit n wiiav iiio wuwi ' i.
pect if, by the division of her pe
on tho silver question, the niitW
government again revert to iwp'
Or. Pricrt Crcm Csldas Pow(Jef
WtrM't Pair Hl1wt MtM aa4 otfi"-
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