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I.i ! ..I S, 'r ''CI r .I .. i i' ' . .:*:: ", . \ i . With Regret and Good Will. Eb1' hle li w !0 e isublish the l .ttvr of Senator W. 11. 'ri .il1 i I1i. .'i lis W i tIH1 «, a1 frim lhe rlilinat 'rial )ra:t for r' :is'1 a t..' 1naI 1a tre. Wh,. the ste eator (does nrt ea kmos fll wtell that the whuiifortun have ilies nd him tpre sent )reStep whis h Siirprisedf his brother, Ex-Con.gresri.an Andrew Price. precluded his entering upon the heated c~ampaign whliich his contin ued candidacy would have necessarily entailed. CouLgreiallrau Price's con tin ued illless has unexpect edly thrust upon his devoted brother, Senator Price, the great responsibility of the care and management of vast business interests in this State and in Missouri, Ten nes ee and elsewhere. This S.lainmecessarijy --take up a great deal of thae Senator's time and atteution and re- I quire frequent vioits out of the State, for indefinite pe riods of thiier, a eonrlition ah eolutely inlltc)opatible with and prlawhilihng an active, VIeOgoud canidayigh, suhll as his friends haliiil alptc o(tut' for hii. Brsites tlir , tlStre was the 'worry and anixiety in.rae~ ci i gr1a connected s iith aof ari ing out of viis athieitr's ctu tinued serious inllre s to ci~ tract him fain thM sturi, T whiich ould have r at e it of this u hfortu.ate en-itior cotifr ndati teg tin, apnd of uir lesire to wvititIraw !rut the race, a:vi r":idini. te pe reg'retfully. e:' thelir aseunt. thereto. It was the only course left for , hlu i to jliatie. grets that i-h. Price wa; soui circumnstauc-ed as to have toi retire from the race. It sup ported hin warmly and earn-I estly from the start, hecause it eli.eve(l that lhie was time best man for the ollicih alnd it: would Il.ve fought for his cause to thell, last ditch. It. believes lie hiad a fair clhance of winingi thile prize, alid forI that reason it regrets all the more and feels more poig Uantly the dire mieccssity w-ich (come1led h~i. to retire froml tlhe fiei. 'Ithi Smnllixm-1, - has nijo f!auilt colillse; it1 rc()L:iz, a thir t iIm der the ptifl iirci.tanctlt s 1 brought to clloose ht-twt*n < the dischlarge or'f 'lot saclred I duties towarlds a very sik y dearly love(t brothir and th ile . furtherance th his o twn pp-! ional amibitioii, if lie had t any, man d the promoticonl of r ! ii t' ` r re sir li lt'w lia:lllv fl',. ,-:olý ,'f his distin: T'll ,'t , il of i. lnni. S, I s. t .' i:- ll lfrit t, l a t''1 1 S-natr F: ic's Letter of1 Witiricawal. 1't"u1ld l(et heU obta inedi etLri.rty S\at tlhe t i.( of ii ail'ouli can 8 At that tiitie I foew of :i tly fr i:i 1 t I alil. lililtl :t:l"i irel taC t'y le' tif ii, 1ihll' lit y of this 'tlat. I Wtas fuillye ,Waril tihat this high honor Iolleed not Ie olbtaied excelptie at the end of an arduous cam paign. At that time I Iknew o iinothinii alid there was notli i:.tg to pre'vet t ll y devr a tiny t my- i th e bligatiollt I ao. uthu to aiy fretnde y to thae attailent of nt e<,<, itrouslre at loell lily pub-accorded mli tly detailing them have, h iowever, cast illon le duties viand obligations of -o sacred al h fully aaracterare that should take precedence over any per sonal ambition, and even over the obligations I aml under to my friends who have so gen erously and loyally accorded me their advice and support. Being fully aware that the f eamupaign from now on would reuuire my undivided time in order to assure victory, and I knowing now, as I do, that I cannot apply myself except for limited periods to the campaign, and that I must iece.sarily he absent from tithe Sttat from time to time, I have deteriniiuied, after con ultationi with a number of my best and closest personal and political friends, that justice to myself and to my frieyds dictate that I should withdraw from my candidacy. In so doing, I wish to state that no man who ever entered a political contest ever had the support of more earnest, faithful and loyal friends than those who have assisted m11e up to this moment. To each and everyone of them, to the Daily Picayune of New Orlealis, and the numerous ipaners thiroughlout the State which 1ihave supported me, I extelnd the assllrance of may in,,xpret~sible al I~re..iatioi faid gratit ide. I a!so wish to -tate tIhat imy deepest regret atlt :ig" for:'!A to take thi. :tep is tha1 I kiow that di-(11 toi thit'i. In c Ole ii,.li n, I ,l:ire to I -ay th,. iioltliitg that has oc ;cired s', far ii thlis cLnampazi. ha-.< ai'out-ed ii mne any 'e:1 i'l' - of res.e'tizlellt, tall'Olr [io" hitternss tolward anyone, a ad that wh')oeer the llemno ,rats of tlhis State, in their -\1i-1o1i mi:avy elc.t as their -tailddard-bhearer, will at theI general !iention receive my hearty and iltre S lIluort, :_ld I trlit anllld believe the s-ilI,,i'rt of every frien'l who hasi been idaitieied with myv candidaey. Very res:p;ectflily, t WV. I1I. PrICE. For a Clean Campaign. The following demand for a clean oampaign recently ap. ' pearing in the Iberville South e f meets our unqualified approv- 4 al: "There mInust be no mud- I slingin in the campaign. t C;andidates miut be made to d understand this and if any indulge in such they should not receive the votes of the people. CGiv us a clean cam- t Spaign. That is what the peo ple are lookilng for." What is donlle or said in the e present alnilpaigni bly the (can1- a diIate. tlie(ii.slv es or their frihiids. it hlit eil ever be borne o ill mind that we are enlgaged c in a frienidly c(,ntest for pop- o imlar favor, amid that, as an v i11evitabho (',li., ',u e llu'ee. oln, orl the other of tire c, itestamnts 'I l for aly given oliike will in s: t-he elcl he tle lmlllliliee of d thie party, eltitled to the sup t 1):•Ut oi all. T'heiere sihouhlsh I1.i iirt*l li 11" lmi, iliilht', 1011, il SMw All Around, ! s" The e..-ility vwith whicl ,. utit 'niit ,'limibed aboard -.u sur :risinu 11 ine of hh 1.h fi.2 - 1lire t'"-i, t Journal. IIa. s you ever nOiti ,d ho0 ý,. t,:·sy it is for a hi,, brainy -. in:in tt acomnodate himsel" to, thl: situation ! It is onl3 !:t"' little f'llows that imaginf Sthe world has cone wrong it "- they fail to havey their views a- arri,(dl,.t - C('olfax C'hroinicl ' Ye,. atl'1 it is the littie ,- filw.- too. whio think ii ,' sraart to snieert atnd taunt a li' man fur ,doing the propelr of thi iunilelr trying circum 'l'. I, )n l, l.oiville Chief clains c'redit for the primary, .i Listt'n to it: ,t "(;'en. Jastremski and the a- Times )Democrat are not in it. vly Jud-e B anchard and the )r Chief are the original all. t t primary advocates." Iv That is a good joke. )f Says the Monroe News: '1- "As the field for guberna It torial honors is already full It Ouachita will be content with Iol'e mdlill dest honors and h would gladly accept the se Stcond place on the ticket, the eI Lieutenant Governorship and a for this position it ias a man Id in the person of Mayor A. A. r- Forsythei, who has the ability er to discharge the duties of n. that position with honor to d himself and credit to the ,t. state. We What say the men of Mon I1 roe and Ouachita parish of id A. A. Forsythe as lieutenant I: Governor? IHe is young, hon pt est, able and has devoted his e time and energies to the im St provemient and development of this city? And what say u.-other parishes of the State to jfaccordiing this position to Il Ouachita.' y Says the Mansfield Journal: d '"If the boys and girls of Y. the country were better edu Le catedl, there would be better :d roads and more ptoperty for d taxation. Ignorance or im. t, perfeot ednu i, lWfl-n Ifs Is worse, is the bane of any d community. I'he old axiom, o that "knowledge is power," 1, is as true today as it ever W way." s True, no 1dubt, but it may be power for evil as well as . for good, unles` the moral 1nature is trained and devel o oped along with the intellect. t That education which does not train and develop all the Sfaulties of ma,. his moral as well as his intellectual and a1 physial,, s ilnmr~fect educa - tion. hchich, the Journal says, is worse than igoorance. Educated Devils, r We see by the papers that r certain Hlarvard studlentt have lr,,pous-'l to co;vc-rt the neg lecter! le)',lle of East Cam briighe. To which Father J, Jolh O'rien, pastor of the Sacred He:art (;hurch, East SCamlbiridge, replies, suggest ing that. for the present, their ser-vics are more need ed to conrvert (what Mr. George T. Angell calls) the educated devils of their own university. r There can be no doubtthat, Swith many good men-Iotm of educated devils are going out from some of our leading col leges and universities, to en danger our country and world. If our colleges and universi ties would give to each gra Sduate a diploma, stating tru Sly the character the student Shas maintained during his Scollege course, it would help the graduates who deserve to be helped, and protect the public to some extent from 3 educated devils.-- Education - al Notes. r It is but the natural result Sof the system of Godless edu I cation in vogue in many of - our leading colleges and uni :versities that they turn out lots of 'educated devils." "The stre:am is poisoned at its so:u~e,; there is whiere the dtan;er lies. Purify tlhe foun -taiiin head if you want it to send forth a life giving stream inst4ead of onf e surharged with ,1,:clly plmisot. I $crimination, iprovisions of the Inew ' bill which has just a law in the Philli 100 of the best qual ipino students. t each shall have the privil going to the SUni tes to complete their tion, at the ex pense e Government, at ilnstitu ns to be designat:,el by the Qi veruor. The com petitio' for this privilege is Siimited.o the public schools. * The clges and schools es tablishi by the religious or ders thA ghout the islands, many otf hich have been in existexni for three hundred years, a. completely ignored. Why n 4throw open the cornm petition.b all schools? The disecri a tion appears all the more i ' when it Is re meun S tIhe Filipino Cathojes contribute an over whellhing proportion of the Staxes from which the expenses I of tese students are to be I'deayed. the whole thing looks like an attempt to bribe the Filipinos to forsake the religibus schools for the pub lic and irreligious ones. It shows, too, too, that there is some truth ii the charge that has been made in the Catholic press, that the government of the Philippines is at present being parried on in a spirit hostile to the Catholic church. -Southlern Messenger. Au.oearkable Rec ;rd. (Clamb rlain's Cough Rcmnedvy has a remartable record. It hJs bh-na in use tar over thirty ye-uis. durirg which taie msay million t,'t, , ha.ve lieen eokI and uaedL it bh s lona I"'en he standard and main reliance it, the treatment of croup iu thou ,au'li of homes, yet daring all this ti: i;iio case has ever been reported tI: the maonuficturer in which it f.,iitd to effect a cure. When given as soon as the child become. huarte or ar-v: .as soon as the eanopy rauih :aj,.eary, it will prevent the attack. It is , Iasant to take, may chbildren iake it. It! cntalnes ao pt i oroth'r h rmful substance and may lie given as confi dently to ababy as to aai adult. For '-'- t OATEHS OF LABOR UN-; IONS. Improper Oaths Denounced By A Priest. TheRev. Dr. P.A. Baart, rector of St. Mary's church. Marshall, Mich.. in a sermon !ast Sunday on loyalty said that no Roman Catholic coukil consisteq4y take the oath of some la1Ir unions, and men tioned especially the typo graphical union. part of whose oath helnoted as follows: "I hereby qlemnly prolilse anid swear that my fidelity to theI typographical union and my iduty to the members thereof shall in nO sense be interfered' with by any allegiance that I may now or hereafter owe to any other organization, soci:al, political or religious." Father Baart said this oath places the union before the Church and before the State, and distinctly impeached the loyalty .d Oatholiqity of thape w *pu)ac an oath. Poesibly eti may not have reaIlil the full force of the words they used in their oath, he said, but whether I they did or notevery patriotic citizen and every sincere con-' sistent Catholic~ should de mand that such an oath he modified and that thO objec tionable clause be cut out- Southern Messenger. Own His Lid b a elghbor's Kind Mr. D. P. Daugherty, well known throughout Mercer and Sumner c u!n ties, W. Va., meast likely ows his Ilfe to the kinad~g of a neighbor. He was almost Pleely afflicted with diarrhoea; waurpetded by two phy-) si.ianp who 'glve him littue. if :trv, relief, whes oaigha,,r 4enrning of has serious agintion, b' ,aghLl him a bottle of OSalai,'s Co!ic, ('holhra i :an I Dia rrbg$etmedyh, whl:cla c ur d hin In less ba twenty tout hours. For sale byI h Drug Store. Ibares aqg ttilery. P ztettr. i wsre & .aereanat:h, ('o "'t ICASTORIA SFor Infants and Children. S SThe Kind You Have =_- i Always Bought At -rA bce Preparationfr:s Sshnilal:i d odandlI k la- t Ling.theStmac~i and~s.lvs f Bears the Signatur . Promlccs Digcs'ion.Cteerful- S ness and ikr~st.C ins neither O O(iwui.3fo:phine norMineraL of , OTNARCOTIC. e eo.e Ntcr, ,Use WFor Over Sisalo Signature of SR Thirty Years EXACT COPY OF APP CAS ORIA P'' emerrame seemv oase rena cue. fThe Williams'' Eleehto-Medieal SFaradic Batteries. e In this age it requires no argtan::v.t to ,onvin, o thin dui 1: Ipe,,p. that Ele. tricitv is the greatest curative agent lknowvu to, science. S The most hearae,! physrii ,tis of Eur:ope and Aru:riea oen:c.le :hi,. aAr I there is t l-dav. not a hospital in the world, or a great ph1 sieidn in ac-tivi f pacti".', who dyes not daily tse it -ith most wonderful effects in all :lhroni, Our !, ttteri... ;-re operated! I, i p.werful Dry Cells of vle vir ,Ast qualit.. STh- coil< in oriii :u 'iles a.d all meelhaaical parts of our Biatt,.rie4 are Cirdw.l by skil!ed muvcwhai :,tu and DO NOT OET tiU'T O)F ORDEKR. s T;i l)ry C( lils with which o,,r nml. rll;.- art e fitted iil last fr,,m threet s month to ;: .;mr. accir.ling to tli use the BR.ttery receiives. All the B:t!teri-:. are so c.onstr-icted that the Dr v C(eis c.anl he rem;oved by any lselu~i when ex Shauster and new Cells put in their place in a vely few 8tconls., tI Diseases in which a speedy Cure can be Effected by thle use of the Faradic Currents of Electlieit ,, r generated h~y uir Batteries: Ga.iAlepsy, Lacomoter Ataxia, Rheumatism. Muscnlar Rheumnatism. . eiialgia, i ctica. Dyspepsia. Constipation. Kid'-ev or Bright's Dis ease, Liver Complaints. Catarrh, Asthman and lron.:hitis. Insomnnia o, SSleeplessness. Female Complaint"., ŽNrrvous IDti'itv. Other Complaints Electric I:at!:. 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