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SEDALIA, MO., MONDAY, JANUARY 6, 1908.
B nmT fcitt ' no HaKlBTAfli cmcuwtoi NO I i. - . ticrc TDfiMD r Ann Si&P SevenjbMiletjVsaid to have been! I'itfl oat the houses in' Browns'. 23Z2dR2Aliio wfiiibihev.had Wn'fiii in llqto wfiiih they .had been:fir $ttiSKih't o he .hootino-.ttre dence before ih agitata HE 2S .Ts i BlodktoWa hchalf of ertinir of tbexm lelected "se fato the Yturria erjoloCowen house -HUNT CLUB 1' ,.'' I OFFERS REWARD WILL PAY $10 FOR EACH CONVICTED HUNTER ON LAND OF THE ASSOCIAT ED MEMBERS. The Anti-Trespass Associ ation met in this cty Saturday Dec, 21-and decided by uuan imous vote to piy rewards of Jjio each forthe conviction of hunt ers violating the provision of the law,' which has been so amended as,a-matte posting unnecessary following- enrolled abfcw mem berBiJ B Johnson, , B Marsh, Borrell," H- Z Qulsenberry, William Letcher, C F Harthi ltoogbi')Hi.H: Taylor. E Read, indjfttseiVVilliams. Follwioffis t'Tecti6n of the law under rwcn waters win be prosecuted flratfitaffirinnn the land rPof this association; Nora tnc laws ot Missouri. ftfflS: 18283, section 27 .A v... . . . .... ,. vaaaib bs unlawful foa any micn it was taken bv MawrTlsersoa.to bunt with crun-- nr' Shir ockson. 'tpibe enc,0S8d oJ ciilyaid The bullets were sent i6e.1&iifcUf another .it nnv tiiifti, AS l.-i?59S Geological Survey, and by. Ube J iconaentof the, til .JitiiiSr-'t'-aCi-M CHRIST WROTE LETTER. IT WAS FOUND UNDER A GREAT STONE, ROUND AND LARGE, AT THE FOOT OE CROSS. Signed by The Anflel Gabriel Twenty-Eight Years after the Birth of Our Savior Faith ful Translation from the Original Hebrew. Mm The following' communication, vel'.ow with age, was found among the archives of Col. Van B. Wisk eronedayand was kindly given th Democrat-Sentinel for reproduc Mon. Transmitted from the Holy Ci ty by a converted Jew; faithfully ranUated fron thi ordinal He brew copy, now in possession of the Lady Cuba's f mily at Mesopotamia. -....This- letter was written by Je- ?ffil9.Christ,aud fotin,d uptdgr great the Lord's Supper, and be mdo members thereof. It, so doing I will give you long life and many blessings, and comfort you ir. the greatest temptation and surelv he that doeth to the contrary shall be cursed and unprofitable. 1 will also end hardness of heart upon them until 1 destioy thum. but esppcially upon hardened sin ners. He that givoth to the poor shall not be unprofitable. . Remember to keep holy the Sab bath day, for the seventh day 1 have taken unto my self. Ho that hath a copy of this let ter written with my own hand aud spoken with my own mouth, keeps it without publishing it to others, shall not prosper, but he that publishes it toothers shall be, blessed of me, though his sins be in numbers as the stars in the sky, and that believeth in this shull be pardoned, and if he believes not in this writing and my command ments, I will send my plagues upon iiirr and his children and liis cattle. na wnosoever snail nave a cofcv of this letter, and keep it in their houses, nothing shall hi them-neiiher pestilence, lightning j respected young men of the state or thunder shall harm them any. He was formerly a student of Geo. You shall have no news of me R- Smith College being a college but by the Holy Spirit till the day graduate of .'07, and is at present of judgment. , Assistant Principal of the Musko; All 'prosperity shall be ic the Oklaigh school. After the hous? .when: aaaav ct thi'i' lettiir. "cer.monvr'uie iruest triioved. a de- i ,t . HurhtftH recerftiotfrf The bride and Blackstone- Baylor. Willis H. Blackstone and Mis' Alice Baylor were quitely marri ed Saturday Dc. 28th at the resi dence of the bride in Sweeny, Mo. Miss Baylor comes from an exc?l lent family and is one of the belle of her home. Willis is one of our M K and T train porters. After the honeymoon Willis reported for duty amid th2 congratulations of his many friends. The Conser vator joins their many i'rinds in wishing them a long happy life end a path of roses. Wright-Smith. Prof. Reuben Q. Wright and Miss Anna L. Smith were quietly married Wednesday mornitlgJJec 25th at the home of the bride nn Sturgeon, Mo: Rev. H. T. Reeves officiating. Miss Smith comes from one of the best families of Sturgeon, is educated, cultured, and refined. She was formerly teacher of dressmaking at Gco.R ith College Sedalia, Mo. Prof. right is one of the most highlv ;ound. H"1 i k t f 17' 3 .rtttaem. fefcTfliaM' Kther witn a numoer liM?OD t'o'the microscooic retort It'M rs of the ?P&i&iV niiTtmn which allowed Btrceisoi uroffiisvHientwu JT:ik- .... .. . larm-cnest was nauca kJC2J&3: j J . : .tcrjsinni-qpwn uuuer iuii huu :j'wM.;CuH of cosmolene oil, hadAiWt beeuflredvtncc the 'etjfacticerat Niobrara. Nc (wskaAwhich fort tbc colored sdl- .letjt-ibgqjo Bowdsvi'lc. '!dbu3)le indentations on the showing that,liey had! been ;that ' these shells were from ?6rf: Niobrara, Nebraska, where lisrottt; the guns were new and first find in target pratice, aounie in- i 'iv -sertion was-at times necessary. if w . But this difhculty bad been en ?v, -(irely deface by thetlme the ba. tVi? . ..rr 'i. i a rt u lailion rcibucu orunuKiuc. kw JXTJict'd op in the streets of Browns p,,r-jiyllle vtft. shell fired at Fc-t Ni-m-r. 'Vvhkra: Nebraska, and were taken . " . ' . rom a box of shells which comp- iiiy ,B had upon the rear of B bar- rack.at Fort Browne and were ac mm if tSB.'s.t " ' ... p-.r esStpie.lo an visitors yi iu run rs '7 Moreover, xae manner m which Uhl these shells were picker! up, snow had ed conclusively that they PffiSfeWplybeon placed there by som ; m&h viindtviduals interested in incriini- Mm.v,atingr the adlAtera in the slioot-t4V- up, a the most of them.were Web' ''jidkjsd.Vp little gropps from a Sfoot'fo 'foot and-twenty incber in fm$$ -dlvnetei, when It has been prov- tti-A"!.-!."' vvn"J'v T J m W&lbbm-liiaAtelmm 'the Sorinarfield hV-ta-KiVUamp.tHti fore thrown lievedtbewldier-aid,th were aroazied' and, nonplused, at this analysis, tour other bullets were sent to the metalugist with the same result reached; that they were not government bullets in that they have an'atimony when. according to the testimony in Gen. Crowzier, the government Bullets have no testimony in them at all. Gen. Crowzier's testimony is borne out by the other sxperts; that the core of Springfield rifle bullet has consisted ever since March l'J07 of one part tin to 36 parts lead and 110 anttimony when the analysis of the bulhts picked up in the houses in Browns ville shows lead 95.7. No anata- my, ban ever been used in any bullet issued to the Army since I894. Tims it is conclusively demon" strated that the bullets which were found at Brownsville in the bouses were not, and are not, government bullets. This is con elusive by the government author ity. and how could the shotting have been done bv. government soldiers'' if the amunition is not government, amunition? The soldiers had no other and their, guns would shoot no other, Could they have been Bhootirg up the town in connection with tbe citizens? Such reasoning is preposterous and ..this.Jattest evi dences 'conclusively demonstrates that the soldiers had no part whatever i n t lie Brownsville affray. GILCHRIST STE WART, Chicago Conservator as?? ?H v. Negro Property Owners in Philadelphia. The Negroes of Philadelphia own 802 pieces of property valued at 52,438,673 each. The largest number ot properties are valued between $1000 and S'JOOO and near ly three fourths of them are $3,i 000 and under. The highest sin gle valuation is $2,000 and the lowest a lot for $75. Though the assessed Valuation is supposed to approximate as nearly as ' pos sibe thet'f value of tbe prop erty, stilfafter, careful compari son, I am of the opinion that the ve represents an investment weetyiqar anu a tiair ana fivapnillibn dollars by the Negroes WiH Give Btths. 1 E form ne nave there are a rch, edifices owned bout by Negr6rvMd at from $1000 to600,000. 4 There are many Negroes who own real estate outside the city. Two are known to the writer to have more than $25,000 worth of real estate in other places, while many others own a lot or small farm outside of Philadelphia. Tbe largest individual Negro property holders in tbe city owns net. less than 23 city houses ass essed at from 9,000 to 18,000, and owns property also in New Jer sey aud Virginia, He was bom in Virginii of flave parents and came to Pennsylvania after be was .21 year's jof. age. He has steadily built up a good business and amassed a large amount of real estate, besides bejng finan cially interested in many, of the . 1? , li.J.'.'.i.!.l'' '-ll ousiness ana muustrii -;mov- eots'smODg tlie Negtoes of the city.-ri-SQfttlierD, WQJTJOBM. in vam .attempt to- rnr'n. vfjem In the meantime there came 'a tie child, six or seven years old, and turned it over, witboiit'help, to the admiration of all the people that stood by, and under this stone was found a letter, written by Jesus Cluist, which w.i-s car ried to the city of Icon in in and published, by a nerso.i belong ing to Lpdy Cu'ia, and on the letter was written commandments of Jesus Christ and signed by the Angel Gabriel 2S years after o'ir Saviour's birth. J. P. Anderson. v COPY W'hosoeverAVorket'i on the Sab bath day shall Te curbed; I com mand you to go to church and keep tbe Lord 's Day Holy'-without doing any, manner ofj worfo.. You shall nQViyy misspena.yaucimc m decViing yourselves withf super fluities, of costly apparel, and in dressfyr.I ordained it a day of rest your mot may : iprgiyeaMuia vott shall not break or com vs. nutooscrwe anorireep spawwiwmMwn wbow:. shalipt pnly c l,urch yq self 3ijjy so your manservant and y5maii1servants and ob serve my word and keep my com mandments, , You shall finish your labor every Saturday after noon, by six of ihe o'clock, at hour which the preparation for the Sabbath begins. I advise you to fast five days in every year, beginning witn uooo Friday, and continuing the four Fridays immediately following, io remembrance of the five bloody wounds, I have received for man kind. 1 You shall diligently and peace fully labor in your respective vo cations, wherein' it' has pleased God to call you. You: shall love oua another with brbtherly'love; ..H-.jf J V thm thut arm nut hanllx. noVevr,.iai'thU,evldeocc' h AV,SWterSW' iJMEliglijpy nal htt:v' Von' Will re-1 ed to come 10 cnurcn anu near 4iierHopkins, -and.. Miss i'.mma nogan ot -uitervuie were united in holy matrimony at her home on Xmns day. Rev. Webs ter officiating. The infair. at the home of the groom was well atten ed. We congratulate them in their undertaking, and wish them a long, happy and successful life. mil ,tc'rb:eTsWJjbarte,slb v I ni.i ipiiuii 110k ul n uuj 1 11 c u F, ?.anf ' t Jf( monthly magazine, on a salary and commission basis. Expcri, ence deirable but not necesarv Good opportunity lor right per son. Audress rubliMier, IJoxo') Station O. New York. BIG OFFER TO ALL OUR SUBSCRIBERS. THE REAT AMERICAN JARMFR mom- E IndianapDli Ia i ian. LEADING AORICUI.TRRAL JOURNAL OK THE EDITED BY aN ABLE (JORFS&'GE WRITERS. 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