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' " PLATFORM "
ADOPTKD BY THK VARDAMAN CON
VENTION, JUNE 3, 1900.
We, the Democrats of Mississippi, in
convention assembled, called together
because of the refusal of the State ex-
ecullve committee to order a State
convention in accordance with party
custom, tfj select delegate tuthenu
tlonal Democratic convention, nomi
nate presidential electors, promulgate
a platform of principles, adont the
following resolutions as expressing our
views on public and political questions
or me nay.
1. Resolved, That we deplore and
condemn the action of the Democratic
State executive committee forrefus
ing to call a State convention for the
purpose above set forth; and in lieu
thereof providing for the holdlnsr of
plurality primary election to select
national delegates and presidential
electors, which we cannot but regard
as violative of the unwritten law of
the State, unwarranted, unnecessary
and contrary to Dcnioratic practice
and usage in the State, and In the
fate ofl he wishes and sentiments of
1 ite Kfcatl n'asses of the Democracy of
, We condemn that feature of the
committee's action which is to cm
barass or to deprive the Democrats of
the State opportunity to assembleand
express itself upon nuhllc issues and
instruct its delegates to the national
Democratic convention upon public
questions, as well as for whom to cast
the vote of this State for president.
. We condemn the action of the com
julttco in that it violates immemorial
Democratic customs by refusing to
provide for the selection of its suc
cessors, thus tending to perpetuation
of Itself. The Democracy of the State
will oot consent that any set of men
shall deprive it of the right to select
Its own agents and servants, however
exalted in character such men may be.
We refuse to surrender such righfs,
or to permit them to be embarassed,
hence the assembling of this conven
tion, representing the Democracy of
the State.
We especially condemn the action of
tlin rii'l uiriru fif Ihn Ovnin t it a unmmit.
lUUJV'l IUJ VI Vllls LAV.IUllV t-it'lll I u I U
tee to reconsider their unwarranted,
. unprecedented, unnecessary and un
democratic action, and this wc do
while at the sime time favoring fair
and legal primary elections for the
nomination of party candidates for
election to State, district and county
olllccs. '4.-'
This stubborn refusal of the com
mittee to pay the least regard to the
wish of the people cannot be too se
verely condemned by the Democracy
of this Democratic State; therefore to
save the harmony of the party, be it
Resolved, that this convention pro
ceed to the nomination of candidates
for presidential electors and delegates
and alternate delegates to the nat ional
. Democratic convention, to be voted for
at the primary election called by the
State committee June 21. - . ,
3. Resolved, That we reaffirm and
pledge our support and allegiance to
to the national Democratic platform
adopted at Chicago in 1898, and we in
struct the delegates to be named by
this convention to the national Demo
cratic convention, to he held in Kan
sas City, to cast the vote of this State
for that peerless leader of Democracy,'
that able, pure and incorruptible
statesman, the great tribune of the
people, the Hon. William Jennings
liryan, as the Democratic candidate
for president of the United States.
4. Resolved, That wc denounce the
Republican administration for favor
ing and the Republican Congress for
adopting the currency bill, and placing
this country upon a gold basis, regard
ing this as a crime no less than the
demonetization of silver in 1873.
5. Resolved, Thufr we are unalter
ably opposed to imperialism and ex
pansion, as proposed by the Republi
can party, and denounce the policy of
the Republican administration, and all
the methods that baye been employed
to flx the colonial policy on our free
republican onn of government. We
are also opposed to the retention of the
Philippine Islands by the United
States government.
0. Resolved, That we oppose and
denounce the Dingley and Puerto
Rican tariff laws passed by a Republi
can Congress over the protests of the
people, and demand for Puerto Ricans
the right Of free importing and ex
porting to and from the United States.
1. Resolved, That we are opposed
to trnstt, combines and all monopolies
calculated to infringe upon the rights
of the people, and demand the enact
ment of legislation, State and national,
to protect the people from theexac
actions and extortions of all such ille
gal organizations. .
8. Resolved, That wc are opposed
to militarism, imposing, as it does, un
necessary burdens 'upon the country,
and denounce (his effort of the Re pub-
llcan administration to increase our
Handing army as a 7 menace to free
'government, and iiisist upon the su
premacy of the civil over the mflltary
authorities. -. '.,
9. Resolved, That we favor the con
struction" of v the Nicaragua Canal by
and under the control 'or the United
States, but denounce thellay-Paunce-fote
treaty as a complete abondonraent
of the claims of our statesmen of our
right to construct and control an in
teroccanlc canal and as abasesur
tender nf our right of self-defense.
10. Resolved, That we heartily in
dorse the present able IVmrwrm i . a.
ministration of this Btate, and declare
the same entrely worthy of confidence;
and we congratulate Gov. Loqgino aod
the other State tiflWra fn ti,..i..,..i
- - w vuv, o jiiuiiU 111
? lLDt'hei' h?ve . " the exe-
iiMpm """wumwoi meir respective
Val Fabian
WITH
H LOGHTE & CO.,
WHOLESALE
AND IMPORTERS OF
Coffee,
Wines,
Liquors,
Nos. 319 to 325 Tchoupitoulas,
' ind 424 Natchez sts
SEW OKLEANS. LA.
A iicnst 31.189!). 28-lv
I Picayune .... I
MmNhI tTPt-jr Monitor nd Thiii-vta?
morning, tin bwo iutrntltutPd fitr ttaw
r Wpvkljr ruajrunv. ltehtt all the .
r ei'lint fciium which tntde tlw
f Wwkly to popular during the sixty
Jfam or Its rxlnleiM, NKW IK-
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(I'CUHK TtIK NIliHT BKKOHK
9 THK ISSCK W1IX UK rCBLloUbl),
f ami lu ererjr respect
Be Tvice-a-Week Picayune
I WHX UK POUND THK MOST
I NKWSV. INTKHKNTINU AND IN. ,
I HTHITTIVK l'Al'KII IN TUB
g SOUTH. Although rich law of ,
I The Twice-a-Week Picape 1
p will contain 10 pg, nuking the !
& total every week 2o iaictn. wliorcrta j
I the Weekly wa only lu pagi'a. tliu
5 lirlrc of siilncrlpUou remains at tbe )
aalu. figurs, j
I One Dollar Year. '
t TTIK PICAVCNR tin mlf PKRMA-
i NKXT AltltANtiKMKNTS with thu t
; NKW YiiltK HUHAI.U, hy wblrh all 1
) tlw SI'RCIAL TKI.KIjltAI'll 8HKV- J
) ICR uf that greatnt of nil ni'Wi. J
f para la placvil at imr llfHx,al for 3
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( plemfntttitt, and nftrn antlcliintliw, 3
tin- ATlnlitl Pnaa wwa, amf In- S
: aiirlne to thp rfHtTa of both TITK Si
PAII.Y PH'AVI'NK and TUK 5
TW1CK-A-WKKK l'ICAYINK
1 Tim Best and Latest News
oriheM hole World. .. .
RtM df Suhtnrlntlnn in Hia Du.... . X
rK.yune-7 fpera ( Wek: W
)''" f" 12 mohtha tit
JThn niontba .. 8 One month i
Sunday Picayune -14 to 3, p.Ke4','
!"" '" $2 Six month. tt S
2 -The Twlce-a-Weak Picayune
J 10 Pattet.
iMtivd epry Monday ami Thurailay.
t" r-ar It six month. . .60 eta.
. Siunilc Copii-a Stmt Kn U
I . , " 'TUB PICAYUNE.
New Orleana, La. S
FUE1). F. GUOTZ. A. 8. HOLBKUG
Prompt and Vmonwl Atlnititm
to all Ordm. ' "
F. F. Grotz & Go,
1 WHOLESALE
Grain, Produce
COHMISSIOSMEECIAHTS,
CONSIGNMENTS SOLICITED.
Quick Sales and Prompt Cash Returns.
'.' il South Commerce 8tret,
P. O. Ba 3X1 Mobile. ff.
April 20, 1000. lu.tini
REED,
The Photographer,
Cor. Conception A: linupliln sts .Monn.it, Ai.a.
is xi)-to-tlatc ; in .all its ap-
pointnients. Drawing room,
Grecian and other costumes
and other, draperies for the
use of his costoiners. More
skilled artists employed than
all other photographers in
Mobile combined.
r3rYnH urn MHtiiofttriillu lituitjiH f.i null
untl itmpt'i.'t work. ,
aiurcli .'3, 1UOU. U-;im
For
Nice,
Clean,
Quick Work
SEND TO THE'
Peerless Laundry,
MOBILE, ALA.
FRIT D. Hue ht, (Noranton. Miaa.
JlclNNlK Hiiua., ) Muaa Point, Allan,, agenta.
December 15, 180(1. 44-m
.THK.
CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE
ASj) TELEGRAPH CO.,
- 8CHANT0N, MISS.,
nperttUN both loodi and long (list- lj
uucb wjifpiione iniua. , .
Olvea direct aatlafiintiirv rnnnpn-
tttm with New Orleans. Mobile.
.lauKHon, Hilton Kouku and Intur
uiuUlute point. ,
Makes no Assessments.
Kequlres no Contracts.
Kates jnat as low as It la possible I
iw umnn nnu mill UbUIII MIV U1)(U-
etit tifHcluncy of service.
If present or prnapoctlvesuhscri
nvrs liRsina contiiaots at the
present rntes, the Company will
be pleased to enter Into ucli enn
. traots for a period of from one
; " n ye,ra, out sun ooif
trantstob hlndlnx mostbe exe
outed by the Hretldent and BeC'
rotary of the Company.
O. WEST, Local Hananr.
, llarrh L t- .. h
" 7
An sdvertisemot placed in thia nan
wU reach tbe readinn onhiic
lOBB. BHTABIilBIIBD
O.RANDAIX, J. I. FOHD, ' rTjI. LAmT'iTkYT
I'.riidenl. Vica-Prcaidrnl. Cahir.
STATE
SCRANTON,
Capital Stock Paid in, $50,000.00. Surplus & Net Undivided Profits, $14,000.00
J. W. STEWART. Cakliler Mow riTuTlTrTiiirh.
F. J LUNDY. Caviller Oi-ean Sprlnt'it Brunch.
Transacts a general Banking liusiness. Safety Deposit
Boxes for rent, ranging in price from 4 to $7 per year.
Interest paid on Time Deposits in our Savings Department.
OFFICE HOURS:
Slreotorat
J. W. Stewart. F.d. Mitchell, O. Randall. (1. M. Luce. i. I. r ord. K. J. Lundy . J. K. Mayer
Auguat 4. Um. ?.Vy
mmmmmmmmmmmmnTTnjns'
B ARTHUR L. MOORE,
Real Estate Agent,
jl SC8ANT0N, MISSISSIPPI. 2
Ho has improved and unimproved Ileal Estate 3
Sl timbered lands, wild lands.oyster grounds, truck ZZ
farms, or any property you desire in Scranton,
J5 Fascagoula, Moss Point, or any portion of the
country for sale at reasonable terms. C3
Anronederalrliiir todlapose of any property will do well to consnlt hint.
October 0, MO. M-ly esj
iiiiaiitiiitaiaitiiiuiuiiiitiiuaiiuiul
SW-a. dZ,
Over Two Hundred Million
Fire Assets.
For Mississippi Coast, office at Biloxi, Miss.
Fire, Life, Accident, Employer's Liability and Steam Boiler Insurance.
Representing the Strongest ana Most Liberal Comaanies in the World,
Liverpool & I.mulmi & Glob Insurance Com nan v. f Kniand.
liuyal limiitHiii e CoiiipHiiy. of l.iviMHKii. rWbmu.
1-uo.oiix iiieiirancH i nniKiny. ul lllooklvn. New York,
llui tlioil itiaiinini','(;oiiimny. ,,f Hmtloiil. (,'iinn.
Mnfltmiiira JL- Truil.-ru' Iiii,.u.i.u l Vn n..t.- t .
North American InanrnnreCn.. of North Amnrics.
Miituul Life, of Now Vnrk. Ntittisli I'nion Xntli.nal. of Scotliuiil.
Travelers' Aurlilent Insurance Cmiiiauy. of IlaHford, Conn.
All nf the above enmnnniea have citntttlli.il wtth
teeHnx their patrons, besides coiittllnitiii)i larxely
Lmshi ars Paid Cash without Siscount
Ootober . 1899
M. Forchheimer 8$ ' Co.,
MOBILE.
Strictly wholesale
0 GROCERIES & FEED,
uealcrs in
Aluo owners of the following brands of FLOUR, best in the wltl.
For aaleby- . MITJ IAM For sale hy-
NEW PROCESS A..rW,e
KSS Miichen CHOIC1S XXX EX.
Co., Sinuitou, lliaa. Mclnnls nroa.. Kscatawpa, Mlsa, Moss I'oltit Hiss
ASK FOR THE ABOVE BRANDS. TAKE XO OTHER.
January Ift 1MM. 411 Kin
D. J. McDonald &
Monumental Works.
With onr present equipment we ,
can and do produce.
The best Grades of Cemetery Work
possible, and will make close prices
tonll milking inqiilrlus-sjv
limiting Work a Speciiillg. rV,1 - All Work warranted at Ilrpnirnted,
Air. N. E. Royal and St. Louis Streets, MOIIILE, ALA.
February 16. moo. .
D. MECIER'S SON,
THE RENOWNED-
CL0THIER8P HATTERS,
- For CHEAPNESS and FAIR DEALING.' '
-::o::
Two Blocks from Canal-DAUPHINE STREET-T?o Blocks from Canal.
' :NEV- ORLEANS, LA.
May SI. ISM. . 1,-,-iv
Oatalojsn ami prices cheerfully
mriiit-ncu on appiicatiou.
. March 10, l'HH).
5-fim
Fritz D. Becht
. TONSORIAL
PARLOR
; 'KREBf) AVENUE
SCRANTON, MISSISSIPPI
In the (ugliest style
of the art ... .
Hot and Cold BATHS
I am now prepared to Rive hot
1 and cold hatha on short notice.
My outfit is of the most improved
pattern. HIVE ME A CALL.
P. D. BECHT.
The DkmooraT-Star Job offloe in sup-
Plld with flrst-class atatlonery of all
The DkmooraT-8tar job offloe if sup-
? V' i?!? .1Ek " of he
knd at liberal prict for casb,
SH&YIHG
HAIRDRESSING
lboa
II. 8. UOl'KKK,
Aaaislan
SCRANTON- a
BANK,
MISSISSIPPI.
8 A. M. TO 6 P. M.
CO.
Instance
(Jaletloniaii hiBinHnce Cn
tlu. law. ..r t.a ..r ,:..t.... i .1
to the revenue of the Suite uml t oiiilv. hv tliuir
without waiting the usual Sixty Days.
3;(.ir
,1 B.1.V.1,
Co.,
DANIEL .1. MoliONALI).
HiKI) W. KKAKN.
16m
THE OLD RELIABLE CARRIAGE
HOUSE OF ...
BL0CH BROS.
, has been heforo the peoiilo for
. 17 years. ' Their 8tocK of
Carriages, Buggies, Studebaker
- Wagons, Bicycles, Saddlery
and Harness
is the larsest and finest in the South, and their
prices uro the lowest. Don't toilet
BLOCH BROS., Mobile, Ala.
JXX&tEBitiXXXEti
ECHO CAFE,
Chas. L. Krebs,
l'roprleter,
,)ftliiimilrte''M'
MOSS POINT. MISS.
Will sell real estate improved or unim
proved, and attend to all business pertalnlni
to real estate in utters. Rice lands that can
be Irrigated, a snenlaltr. Persons bavin
lands for sa e will do well tn Hut tham with
me. Cnrrespondunvs solicited.
IVOflloe at rurtduncs.
August il, 1HU0. , . 2.ly
aWfZ
r 7
Jj Dclmas aveune. two doors wcat of tbe S
J eonrt-honae, S
5j . SCRANTON, Miss. ' B
8 Dust brudi of C
S WHISKIES. i ' i Z
jfi , WISES. ... !
8 , OOUDIAIA J
U MALTMQt'ORS. 6
U ' TUUAUOU AUlUARR. C
9 October la, 1RU9. iU-ly 5
4J l r
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FIRST-CLASS.
McViiiA
l'HONK !,
Scranton Pharmacy,
OUR STOCK COM PLETE.
Hawkes' Celebrated Eye Glasses.
ADJUSTABLE 11.1 KD BIBBER TUl'&SES,
A Fit (inarantsetl.
.Your neighbor who trades
with us is
(N'hibsrS!, 1WH.
4
i l S ;! 4 J vt. .? jj Ia ;f .t .f, t
Zfyl?pllritc : 5t w ;:
Mm Marble Granite
ire stiff a Lurije. Slink of Fin'ulird Work to Srlect from for Quirk Minry.
Rural St.. bi'twwu rH. Umia and St. Anthony ftn. MOIill.R. ALA.
Perember S. 1HIHJ. i jo.lv
Ihe Louisville I
tan.,
The Great Through
TRUNK LINE,
BETWEEN
CINCINNATI.
LEXINGTON.
LOUISVILLE.
'EVANS VI LLK
ST. LOUIS.
NASHVILLE.
MEMl'HIS.
MOBILE.
MONTGOMERY, JS'EW ORLEANS.
WiUmut. clinnire and with speed un
rivaled. Shortest mid Quickest
Route from New Orleans. Mo-
bile arid Montirntuery to
Bulliiian Cars witlioutehnnire to Nash
ville. Louisville. Cincinnati. Chi
cti'o, with but one chanRe to
all
SOUTHERN AND EASTERN CITIES. :
Through Coaches from Chattanooga
mid Nasbvllle to St. Louis, conneclhijr
direct for Cities in the Northwest.
IMMIGRANTS
Serkini; homes on the line of this
Road will receive special rates.
See intents of this Company for
rales routes, etc.. or write
0. P. ATMORE. G. P. & T. A..
Louisville. Ky.
SOLID, WIDE YEST1BULED PASSENGER
TRAINS.
LlRhtsdTbraaKhavt
with the Celebratsd
Pintsch Gas.
Heated by Steam,
Finest Equip
ment opera ted in
the South.
Note this Schedule. In effect November
zo, 1H.
I No, 2.
T.Hfl a. tn.YTtflsYiiT m
I.V. Miihlln..
Ar. MiTtillmi.
VIM p. ml 1:10 a. m-
Ax, lliriiiuiuhoin..,.
At, otitmatiiiuwi..,.
noun. I V4.' a. in.
MO p. m. i4Ti a. m.
Ar. Tupelo.
:0lu.mj
"7:111 a. III. I
5::i. m.
6A . III'.
1(H5 s. m.
H:a a. 111.
liwm a. m.
IO:Xi a. til.
:. s. m.
7:03 . m.
Ar. MiMiiilils
Arllut Sprites. ...
A. .llU'lrun,. TLi.tT"
Ar llumlioldt .'
M p. m. I
10: IU p.m.
Ar. LouImvIIId
Ar. Cincinnati
Ar. Rivi.:77. 7.777:
I 7:85 a. III. I
I o. jo a. in.
.J lliitS p." m. 1 11:53 afin.
Ar. Iiulavlllu
Ar. t'liiflnaatl
Ar. Culm
Ar. St. I.on Is .......
imh a. m.
ll:.Vt a.m.
l. l'i a. m.
91:12 p. m.
JteBpjn.
7:15 p. m.
IMO a. m.
11 :-() a. ni.
8:55 p. m.
T:0U sm,
1::M) p. m.
Il.l.ls.ni.
Ar. I'lihiMt..
4::i p. m.
(His a. m.
9:1ft a. m.
:Mla. m.
C:W p. m.
Ar Octmll.
Ar. t'li'vi'Jand......
Ar. HnlTnlo
Ar. Ntw Vork...
ArTRatiBSs City. ...
Ar. Omaha
11:15 p. Tii7
.. m.
Ar. St. Paul... H:u. in,
p. m.
Throni?h trains Nns. land 8arrlvc at Mobile at
i :HO a. m. and H:IK p. m.
Nns. 8 and 4 have entirely new equipment, snd
sre vestibnled from end tn end.
Nos. 1 and 2 have vestlbulnl Brst-clsss coaches,
and all four trains have vestibnled sleeplnn cars.
For rutin, lime, tickets snd rnrther Informatlnn
write to or call at Mobile and Ohio Ticket office,
under Battle House. . W. KINO. ..
Passenger snd Ticket Agent.
Jsnuary 15, 1900. , 4H.tf
H. P. BUCKLEY,
8 Camp Street,
NEW ORLEANS.
Has on baud a Floe Stock of '
i i
sill HWUUM)
f
' -in LOW ruiuus, ALSO
llverwaro,
" . ' ' . '
, sTovelry,
XMOt4IOli
Watohei and Jewelry fiepairing a Bpeoialty
American
,, low IJ-ly,
V-
r
NO
but uauuai
spf)
SUBSTITUTION. V
vorx(;,
it
-X-
satiHtletl.
il
:aMy
rj A
McDonald.March & Co.,
IMAKIII.K L'Oall'AXT
alsniifai'tiiiurssiiil IniHirti'ls of
Moinmrxlt, Tomhutimf, CritmUtnn. Munich, Etc.
HHii.uiMo work a lAi.rv.
Mobile and Biloxi
Accommodation Train.
Persona visiting Mobile
should not fail to call on
Dave S. Bauer &
Druggists ami Prescrip
tion Specialists, at their
handsome new store N.
W. corner Dauphin and
, Conception streets,
Mobile. Alabama.
The purest Drugs, the
hest Soda and a com
plete line of Toilet Ar
ticles. Satisfaction Guararteed.
Manufacturers of liaucr's
Baby Cough Syrup.
.7 utic K. llKjo.
17-4iii
ARE YOU IN 4
NEED OF GOOD
JOB
SPRINTING?
THE DEMOCRAT-STAR
Joh Printinir tiillce is0
fully equipped witli A
.everything nettessiiryX
fir turninn mit Ihefjt
best r work lii the A
iiitist modern style of X
the art. $
1 COMMERCIAL WORK.
o
Surli us letter, nutelj
a mi did m-aris we i
tsuarantee siitisfue-'
titin us tn style uiuH
stationery. i
MISCELLANEOUS.
0
Wrrlflinir anrl vlsjtintf j
('arrls.h!illinvltiitiiins.P
botik iind iioster work.
i price-lists, circulars, jfc
. tatts. etc.. etc. W
ALL ORDERS -
-1 Will receive careful V
and prompt attentuiii
for any work .in mt A
line. V
;v' &
SEND US YOUJl OllpERS 2f
r-irrn--rrr-rn i i njixiju n '
Good
i '.-'
letter
h the Beat Newipaper
in the South,
Heading tha list in enterpriie,
influenca and circulation. It
. is the , . .'.-. , .
People' Paper,
- . and the people look to it
for all the newa at home
and abroad. The men
read it and to do the wo
men, became it lithe best
newspaper. Once a read
er, always a reader.
If Yea Are Met a Meaner tnt
taYswNeaM.
Dslly, oat asoatb, i ; oat fear, i i
assday taper rear
Seml-Wwkljr i ptt net
Address
TUB TUUa-DMOCtUT,
MtwOrtemat.Ls.
Best
THB
Times-Democrat
Subscribe (or the Democbat Sta.
A GL0i)MV Merlin
Tl
he New Y..rlt
"IMIKT. Will,. I, I '. ,PUhli,v.
new
Mi in
el i tied
ied wjrml the i-iiiii' , . n'" in-
a ii
po
it of
View. I.,,...'. ."""' Dart,
has
iich renstH, ... .,le(,,'"tr,r
nine
tain
elements th..i Ve 'tc.,:
ley
yeai
will
the
crats
i Isnr t h v . .1"rDi'taiw
niay
2 '!?.
i ... .
to count
tare the i.b;,: :" wt
a
labor sitnat.,.' : s W
- . ..tuatmn and tliectmti
lack of ct.nHriu... . . "'""'Mtn
or
Republican rule.
There will be ,Wsti,0i
asthevaru j f;ir
Rep
DUbllcanir.. ..... .'"inkthe
"ill surjnr
no reason whv n 11r:,"e
see
sel
ves about Ii iZT
"lere generally in 1
-nmient there is dis.alsf JlBW,"
olhthenatit.nni ... Ul"n lt
hi
the state d,ulni--;;-j;;;:i
apu..lntinK,nily,lltlmilil, J.
f iai'!nuf party to thehtf
l8Koi0irto hurt, and it i rj
a ureal deal ,w than J!??
think." Continuing, St
'TherelsBolnKtolwa IZT
MUm away frm thelwll
that .we.inlydeludc.iurselvesiZ
possibility, ,r nol tl, pr..bahiliT.t
estructlon. Tens f tht.J, ' J
Icni.,cralswho four year a)mJoin
he Republican resistance tntli
Invasion will not v,c wllh
l'hey believe that free silver U d
P-d oUnd wiil, theilanrp,,
they think, they urK unwilling, J, J
support to other Unpublican
pies. There are KepubliiTO(tm,,ln
lartje nuuiliera who will feel noenihu
siasmthis year in the camion, f,,r
New York Republlwi,,,,,,, immM
reasons to feel anythinn but tnthiHl'.
asm for the personal side uf Its party"
The Tress very frankly warns the
Republican that If they expect locarry
the State of New York in November
they will have to work Imrd and ket
out their vote, became It will hewtimc
than foolish for them to depend upon
the assistance of the iruld Jemocrats.
Vitry ft!w of Mm.sc Deawcrabi. It saw,
who voted for McKinley four years a'tnt'
will vote Tor Mm this year, while ,
very consldemhle portion nf t hem will
not vole at all. H is evident frnni the
editorial utterances of the Press Una
there Is much disaffecliunuiiitinu'the
New York Republicans, and unit's a
determined titirl successful cITnrt Is
made to whip tlicm into line, McKin
ley will luse the State In Kuveiubtr.
HOLINESS CAMP MEETING.
The Ilosrd of Munaners o( the South
Mississippi Hollnoss ( 'snip have deiltloil
to chango the time of eimp meetlni;
from fletolxjr to August. The meeting
this year will hotcln August 3d iml
run till AiiKiist Ultli, Ker..l. I.. Morrill,
of Cntorsville, lis., lias been enitanedlo
lead thu meeting. Other eflirient work
ers will be present. Public tent till
f Ornish meals at cents, and will have
on hand fruits, melons snd honeteeil.
There will ho sleeping tenls for thoso
desiriilK lud)iut. Usual rcduetions In
railroad fare. We promise you s pleas
ant and profitable tlmo. lloodpreachtnit 1
and sweet slug I tin. (Nunc and be with
us. K. MILKS, President
A. B. Sai'CIKB, Hccretary.
James J. Crsian, uf New York, bi
plnced in the hands nf the Sun aihrt
for 1100,000 to be delivered tn Him. W.
J. liryan for national canipaun pur
Ixisps. He iilsiiiiffirs to wumTanullicr
lilltirlrerl t hi.iwinrl Mint. Mr. UrVltD Will
be elected. Mr. Coo;:in Is fanilllar
with thu ni.lit.ii-n i.f th F.mnlre Stalt',
and acts like U man full r ritlth in ttie
success nf the party In Niivcmher.
Everything now points in that ow
lion.
m if. a -
At Jackson Jude Wharton Impn
a tint! of $10 upon some misters fur cut
tinif awninif ropes durlnif the recent
tl rumen's banq uet. The cases were up
Dealetl. The above comes under head
of '.-malicious mischief." and any tie-
facementof public or private property
should ulways be as sternly dealt wiW
as tins was.
The Mormon colonics in Northern
Mexioo now number 3.000 persons, a
there are constant accessions .to H,pir
ranks from amonir their people in
IJtah. A new colony has recently lfl
establbthed southwest of Juani'
Twenty thou-'11""1
acres of mirrinif.akfrlcultural aodcaille
land were secured.
Some Journeymen bakers In PePj' .
ford, England, threatened t rlK0
because their employers made It a cus
tom to bold prayers on Sunday nW
before preparlnu the douifh for Mon
day's bread, and refuse to pay f(ir w
time thus spent.
A smokeless coal Is proruM '
shortly. It Is made of 93 per w
coal dust and 7 per cent of W' a"n
caustic lime. Tho latter bm--forms
a bright burning m, "d l,,us
prevenu the generation tu,
L,T. ...i.i Anneal h
rneonipnis wiuiuciv, --r.
started a rovement to build tM
r6st monument before theOtoreders
reunion la held there next ver; -tweco
18,000 and W.OOO havelw
been contributed.
T. i.urview In C"
XI appears inmi cnis
lurobus, Ohio, that Dewey itl" c"
to the hope that he may be nominal
by tbe Kenaas OlwewTeniln";
Send your orders for J PnB,70Bi
work f uartatMd.
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