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Coles-Creek Stock Farm, Millhronk Farm
MF.KEFoRD CATTLE TJ I TTTTSTT1 PIlllDrOOK harm, P*)LALD 'HIN A H« m ; -> U \ I U K I L High Class Ammican Jkhskv THMBLKR PI.iEoNs n I I M n I Pi <’Arn.T. < :K*,,VS> R. L Cadp. M<r. AAa , ll llllllUi >c-*- Chickk.ns. Ihr-e y. Poland Chin a Hogs. Meridian Mi-,.*. Poland-China Pigs both sexes, ready for delivery. 510.00 each Eggs from mv 5. C. VV. Leghorns, large layers of large eggs, at fifteen eggs for 51.>0. Mil! Brook harm Jerseys are not excelled onjeither continent. Satisfaction guaranteed on everything sold. I To Supply More Farm Lab orer*. * —• Ten years ago the late Senator I>av;s, of Minn.. :n discussing the Chinese question, asserted that there was a per;! as threatening to this country as that in the . n troduction of the yellow men of the Orient. That pen! lay in the organized attempt to hold certain classes of huropcan mm grants tn this country bound by their ancestral traditions, lang ;age and Customs fur severa ernrrat:, n* I He argued that a deli berate •cbcmc to huropcanuc Amers can institution* tv plan*, ng .*r. ®en*c colon e* of una** m .able foreigner* was dangerous and oogbt to be re*;*ted. Such a movement .* agam d scernab.i though w th .r** evidence of pre meditation no i abrn*. v now ap pear* a* it* *p- n»or The Sentry can *ee a . a*t dif ference m accepting an armv of Scandmav.an*, with lr** than fonr sn a thousand illiterate, or of German*, u th a * igbtiv inaca* ed proport i> *n. all of wh »m make |»d citizen* everywhere. and •aking m some of the Slavonic peop.e* or South Italian*, of •bom nearly one-half are illiter *to. 'I be former element* .»* isolate read, v with our present Papula tion whir the latter are American ed ur.lv after a long I Period, and the tenden v. where j are gathered in ma**c*. ;* to transform American settle meats into alien communities. Thousands, perhaps, of these people were farmers, and if prop er, v advised as to the induce ments oflercd in the interior, whether farm hands n the wheat j regions or laborers in the rice cotton and sugar fields, rhrr1 cou.d doubtless be induced to! seek these regions to the.r great permanent adianttgc and to that of the country It would be muc b betfe- if these and a.> other c.asses of '-treigners w ho come h.ther could be more w.ie.v dispersed tur >ugh >ut the length and breadth of our ’.as*, domain. The great center of the new foreign population is thv State of New York, where taken together, the ita.ians, Germans. Irish. Jews make up three fourths of the entire popu alion of greater New Yor«. wh.Ic the white Ameneans . >• n »• .« I entagc aggregate •■n. v one-* \th of the whole It i not difficult to *ee in the • ght of th.* revelation, how htiic pr«»*pcvt there t* of "American . .ng the city of New York un der *uch condition*. i ertainiv there i«* enough of the foreign cl ement there now to tax to the ut* moftt the a **; in; 1 a 11 v •* powcri u: that portion of tee Republic. It would be better for the countrt 1 anti much more profitable to the .mmigrant .f hecou.d be induced to pan through the city and on ward to the Weil and South, thr f farther the better. In the farm ing and plant ng *cction* of the country there are nut onl\ bet-: ter pro*.pect* for materia! wel fare. fust the chur he* and *chooi* and i‘K al :n*titutiom are i > or gan red a* to lend tbem*clvc* readily t*» the development of a. better advancement for the riv mg generation. 'I* he re i* in proipccl a large influx of Hungarians this year as the result of the establishment of a new line direct from New York to Hungary. Kates are very low and may jjo still lower. The price of a ticket from the Hungarian port of departure to New N ork - said to be as low as SIT. These facilities, with the inducements always ottered on this side and the war scare in Kurope. mav be relied upon to stimulate :mmi if ration. As an additional reason why tide of imm if ration should be turned from the cities to the ru ral distr cts may be incidently ment oned the fact that the com missioner who ha* examined in to the natural; atinn frauds re ports that tmmijfrants from Southern Kurope become an easy preT to the promoter of fraudu lent natural atioo. The report f irmer indicates that the charm of politics ;s to these repudiated productsof demoralized despot ism one of the strong induce meats to rema-ning in the large comers of population. In the farm ng regions where politics has not been so completely re duced to a science there would be fewer temptations of this chara« ter, together w ih a great er probability of obtaining work a! good wages, with more com fortable and elevating surround ings. This country has hitherto been the Mecca of the most desirable lasso* foreign immigration. < >f nearly three millions of (ienn in-* who left the Fatherland during the thif tv-theree years which have elapsed since the empire was established, over '«> per cent came directly to the I nited States. K migrants from hen mark. few of whom are illiterate and almost all of whom are farm ers. practically all come to this country, and probably 00 per cent ot them settle on farms. Anything which will conduce to the prompt and effective disribu tion of all the Europeans com* ming here who are adapted to an agricultuaai life among the attractive and beckoning regions of the South and West, which so warmly welcome them, will be a ! distinct gain to the material, pol itical and mora welfare of the nation. It seems to be sentry that the Western railroad man agers have a work here, ready at hand, that if attended to would give them thou^andsof daily pro ducers along their lines that would bring a steady flow of yearly wealth, and make thous ands of contented desirable citi -en- out of the new comers. Thk S!■ n ; ;f v. Southdown Sheep. I have *< me Southdown Sheep For Sale. Price* reasonable. F. L. Hogan, Starkville. Mi**. Villa View tngus. Aberdeen Angus Bull For Sa'e Krica. fjueer Mother, Blackbird and Rosebud families represent ed. Write your want*. Fk.\NK H. I be KINSON, Covington, Tenn. ;s miles N. of Memphis on I. C.