U THE » JASPER ! | NEWS iityil ,M d H
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Fib>stibo4 ererv Saturday
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Address The Meantaia Beys
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Tewa Ooaaeil E. Lening Mayor
N. 0. AfeClain
P. Hood l i 1
J. R. Howell. Council mea.
*. Wefferd Clerk.
•a eneral Director/.
9 Hood Ordinary.
S. K. Mcdutcbeoa Clerk ef Superior
ft S. Hendema, Sheriff.
H B. Si Tax Reeeirer. \
#. Little, Tax Celleetor.
F. lionea Sareyer.
i. H. P>rs'f Corsasr.
4 . R. Allen, School eetamissioaer. m
laptiet Chureh every second a tar day
a*d Saaday. by Rey Wm, Stoae
Every third Saturday and mi j
hg Rev. F. O. Fare
Pickens Star Lodge 220 r .H
Meets second Saturday in each Month
W. H. Simmoua, W. M.
If. Stoner 0. W.
*. 0. Tate. J. w.
%. L. Moeley. Treasurer.
If C McClain Socre* ary.
W A. Bearea. Tyler.
JASPER GA. SATURDAY FEBRUARY 7, , 18*6.
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& Spin !
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Tht w >raan was ; old and ragged and
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And beat with the ohill of the winter’s
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The street was wet with a recent anew,
And the woman’s feet were aged and
She stood at the crceaiag and waited
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Alone, unc; rad for amid the theng
Of human beings who passed her bf,
Nor heeded the glance of her anxious
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Dawn the street with langhtlr aad
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Olad ia the 'i freedom ef
“sebpe/ let out”
Came the boys like a iosk of aheep.
Hailing the anew, piled white dud
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Past womaa so old and gray,
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Nome offering a hel ping hand te her,
S • -1 ■« timid, afraid to stir l
Lest carriage J wheels the horses’
Should erewd her dowu oe the #1 ppery
At last came one ef the merry tr »op—
The gayest laddie sf all the groop;
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He pHas»«d beside her and whispered
“I’ll aelp you across if you wish to go.’
Her aged hand on his strong young
She placed, and so. without hurt cr
He guided the trembling feet along.
Proud! that hie own were firm aad
Iheu back again te hie friends hs went
Hi* young heart happy aid well con¬
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• Shes some body’s mother, boys yo*
know. m ■
For all she is egej, at, poor and slow;
*<And I hope some fellow Will lead a
To help,lay mother—yon understands
If **#* •Hft’i poof aad old and gray.
When here own dear boy is fkr away .’
And somebody’* mother bowed low her
In her home that night, and the prayer
Was, ^Gbd, be kfnd td the ndble boy,,
Wh* i« somebody’s * son and pride and
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TO HOI^j A ORaa . ^bUjCINi. IN PARIS (•«
► - London, Jlh. BO. ;[Oonstitutionl—
Ths Paris eorrsspondf|t of the Lon
deu Tiaoss tefiigriph* an fdijwrtfsnt comi cii-j
patch ooucsrnitig the bhjeCt of the
iiig meeting of the Irish rcrolutionistk
ia Par /s. He alludes to the mtetiag
artt a#ng<*ess of dynamite deligstes,
aad lays th it the uiiud purpose of their
assembling in Paris is to enderss the
arrangsmsntM for an effective fusion
with the regular fenian organization,,
which has it# precent headquarters in
the Freneh capital, where it t* still led
by ex-Head-center Stephens. About
ths beginning of the dvnamite era.
Stephens haa not nearly so many fol¬
lowers as now, but the terrible horrot*
and injustices perpetrated by ths dyn¬
amiters bars so diminished their fol¬
lowing that the regular fenian party is
overwhelming strong in comparison. It
is estimsted that, to aave their organ¬
isation from utter collapse the dynami¬
ters ‘feel compelled to seek the propos¬
ed consolidation with the Stephens
faction. They will, it is alleged, make
any concession* to obtain this. The
main proposition to be mad* to the fe-
iraus, Mthe prtee ef the union, the
Time# eerr*spoid«jnt MR, is tliaf ^tk*
dynamiter* will abandon the pobef**f
attacks upMi ^priwuie property an
public hniltliogs, if tb« fsniaus will join
iHffcm in a dYnemite war to be carried
bn fo* the deitrnetfon if the British
j navy. Stephens will be envifed to at
tend the congress and discuss with the
delegateVthe )>r«pose<f sdhem* of ecu
toliJatidn. Another ui after which the
congress will take up is the conduct
> of the Frdnch detective ngeney known
as the Bendier Monteqaet Beaure, Tie
dynaniiters aver hat this agency is ui—
4*r psy of the British p
and deyotos most ef its agenta te the
shadowing and persecution of Irishmen
with a yiew to making their residence
in Pari# intolerable It is proposed agency to
put in motion against this tie
French law aftned at the' suppressicn
of this kind of persecution fl|l l^duet tke part
of detectite ageneies. Tke ef
James MeDermbtt oorr*iffoi»d*it is ^ subjoin which
the Times says WU1 take
up much attention in two eong »is. The
dynamiters declare that M< 1 < tractt
remains *n the eervloe ef the British
foterameatas a a t that
they hare him we idowed nd are
well iuformtd ef Ins wherabouta'. Ti e
correspondent of the Times gives it as
a fact within his knowledge that the
eongrtss will etfer a reward for MciNfr
inott ( s remoral. ^
Cunningham, the mat charged with
cansing the expleeibn at the tower of
London last Saturday* has been pko
tographd by the police snd copies ef his
photograph hare been sent to New
York and Paris for' the purp< so ef i
deatilicatien, there etill being sene
doubf as to his identity.
Numerous threats hare been made
to blew up llolbrbead railway termi¬
nus, end tb# hotsf and the Britania
Tubular bridge, and the Afenia susjea
aien bridge whieh cross Blsa a strafl.
Amerieaft tourists will be somtwhat
eoussrncd by these reports, as this is
one of their fayorife rotes. EitensiT*
prseautionary mcasurts are being isi -
en by deiectifeM to proteof the th e.t
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