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The Cuban war Jin taking on
larger proportions than was at
first anticipated. Tho Cubans
desire to bo free, and set up a gov
ernment of their own.
Charles Frederick Worth, the
“man dressmaker” of Paris, who
set the fashions for the world, died
'oil the Mlth inst. He was horn
in Sng T and in 1*25.
Gov. Atkinson has accepted
Major Blacks resignation as Con
gressman from the 10th. district,
and says that he will order an elec
tion in amjile time for all parties
to have a fair showing.
Atissts has :i six year old hails
thiaf. 11a waul lo s wagon jkl
aadZstole so old grey anils, sad
whanloind he wss’sajayisg a rid*
on tha autskirts af tha aity. This
is tha youagest liorsethiel on racord.
Tha Dye will case in Elbert
Superior court, was tried last week,
and decided in favor of the pro
pounders. If the verdict stands,
this fortune of $100,000,00 will go
the seven illegitimate negro hi 1—
dren of llir- 'ate George Dye, instead
of going to liis Jwhite heirs, who
are seeking to break the will.
The MaTtnena ®f Ctali, are hap
py star the liading ot geld in great
quantities along the !*an .loan river,
and hare dispatched a oaessaHger le
New Yerk te bear the glad tidings.
If ibis gold Had proses to be what
is expected ef it, Utah’s population
will greatly increase in a low
A cargo of 200 negroes will
leave Savannah in a few days, on
the steamer Hoses, bound for
Liberia. Uev. 01. Umitli, a negro
minister from Nashville, who has
just returned from Liberia, is do
ing all he can to prevent the ne
'groes going. Heelaima that near
ly all that have gone have died
and that all who de go. will die
before they become cliaiatixed.
Ths peplist* ef thn Teatk cob.
grssiomd district, \i ia convention
•t Thoflisou last Satnrday, aad
neraiaatad Hon. Thamas E Watse ;
aa thair ataadard bearer in lha spe
aial alsatioa to ba held, on aeceunt
of tha rasifaation af Ilea. J C 0
Blaak. Thay passad. raaalutienr
endorsing tha Oanka platfoim in
*oto, and aondemniag avarylhing
daaaaoratio. They wra especially
bittar in their dananeiatian of tli®
naw ailvar parlv, The election will
ba aallad soma Unit in the future
Every j>ody is watching with vigi
lant solitude the omens of return*
nig good times; and the eagerness
with which they are seized and ab
sorbs! indicator tin t the popular
mind is rapidly recovering its
normal ton© and temper. It.is no
moro dulled*by its doubts, or stus
petied by its anxieties. The ten
sion of two years of frantic, and
fauciful worriment over much that
ti'verca n.* is 100-.sned, and pleas
ant expectancy touches with the
touch of Eolus the languid cord
o’er which in the past the palms
of fortune passed to thrilling meas
ures. The great heart of the whole
peoples pulsates for a better am!
happier day; aui they are—veri
ly tVv are '-o tiing — f 'oni© Trib
Solioitor General W M How
ard, has been placed in the race
for the Senate from this .district
by the Klberton Star. ItisOgle
thorpe’s time, and we Madisonians
would be glsd to support Mr.
Howard, to a man.
The great Atlanta C institution,
not being satisfied with the tele
graphic r-ports from the
Japan-China war,has sent, fone
of their stall" correspon
dents, E V\ Barrett, to the scene
of action. Mr. Barrett will send
reports by* every steamer leaving
the Chinese ports.
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A lady telle the Christian Advo
cate that she heard a colored
preacher say: “He fo’ part of de
house will please sit down, fo’ de
hind part cannot see tliefo’ part if
de fo’ part presist in standin’ befo’
da hind part to de utter ohselusion
oh de hind part by de fo’ part.
Gov. McKinley, of Ohio, passed
through Georgia on a “social”trip
this week. His destination in
Georgia, was Thomasville. While
his trip is given out as a social one,
still lie is taking advantage of it
to boom his candidacy for Presi
dent. At Tliomasville, the lend
ing republicans of Alabama and
South Carolina met him, and
now bis trip will be extended into
Florida. His candidacy is based
on the protection idea.
Th© Colninbus Ki qui orSn t*!!s
the following jp <d jokv:
“A Griffl n drummer iMi I lOCII ex
changing jokelet* with Col. rm>!lv
s'Oftev Ham, of Georgia (Ticker.
The drummer told of a trip to h urig
hoiiag town, and said: '• foimd there
just ©ns bssy man. Hi had the itch
slid a Waterbary watch. W hen he
wasn’t scritching himself hy was
winding the waluh.’ ”
*• * *
Montgomery Poison in the Rome
Tribune nays: “There is nothin is
profoundly beautiful as a mother's
love. 1 am impressed with it
more than ever as the y ars go I y,
Asperating me still farther and far
ther from tli* memories of one who
sleeps beneath the budding violets
now. It is an impression that is
grounded in the soul of every well
regulated man. He may’Jiave no
other s'Utiment about him, but the
memory of his mothers endures
while there in a flutter in his pulse
or r throb ol' life in hi i bosom.
‘ Little Locals.
Elder M J O’Kollov, of Lar
kin, was in town this week.
Sec the new ad- of J T Maker
& Cos, on this page.
Our-friend W YV Harnett, came
to town Tuesday on the largest
fattest mule he has, wearing the
largest, broadest smile he get on
his face. Cause—a bran new boy
at his home.
W B Williams of Neese, was in
town this week.
If any parties who hav# sub
scribed through us for the Consti
tution do not receive their paper,
they will confer a favor on us by
dropping us a card to that effect.
Miss Kula Bird has accepted a
position with Davison dr Lowe
Athens, and loft this evening to
take charge of it .
Augusta was struck by a cy
clone last v ednesdav, which shook
up the town considerably. Several
house© were uuroofed, and much
other damage was done. Spring
must be approaching, as the fore
runner cyclone has arrived.
< otton is rising in price rapidly
now, but sensible farmers will not
Intent this bait. Plant plenty of
corn and then plant all the cotton
you can tend, is the motto of Mad
ison county farmers.
Cotton seed meal and hulls,
cheap for caeli. L E Greene .J Co
Spend your cash with J T Baker
A o. and get your money s worth.
(leorgia—Mad is. >n ooun tv.
WhtranJames II Bullock ad
ministrator of Mildred B Kullock.
deo'd lias applied to me for leave
o sell tho la ml belonging to the
estate of said deceased am] I will
pass upon the same at my oflies
on the first mommy in A t ri 1 next.
This March 1
t. 0. Daniel. Ordy.
•• ißflWt 1 I unique and. and to retrod*. ,o t
HE L. I. toper** tood* wk wHI srn.fr ?.* a
ftkl Mr p- I K'OSI m each l.waUtv,
.jfc. B|K9e KMUtK'M On > -h. •kP •roe
BVH Kjj* PB eus•<H ow mk#
ft num it u> nr rai> '
Tr* ,h.we nt*. all—vour !•
■ TV?— u,J wound you. T>e b'*
AYI IfliKr *i ** >tU*HliMiM
▼ • AI tk* small m 4 of tbs ta).
Am I the tnwtfc pari at its ►talk. I * a 4. 4wM ate*
taaasa K* rwcrv We attlitasiksa unloa * <*
•an uafc* ftvw> oft lo!f lOi (k •* Im. tom the start.virt
ml MSStttr a ants *4 one* W• pr *F*" *••*
‘lfclun * ► ALI.BTT 4 sAU *> vwjt. ilavji
Will be sold on the first Tues
day iii Apjil 1895 before the <£ o urt
house in said county within? the
legal h mrs of tale, to the
bidder for cash, the following?’ (}e
scribed property to-wit: One? Cer
tain trret or parcel of land lying
and being the county of Muffison
said state, on the waters of
creek adjourning lands of j 0 L
MontGomery and J P DeadWyler
on the North on the East b> j; y
Montgomery, south*.) T ccllirj% an( j
sauford Owens. 'V o> t 0 s Mont
gomery containing 2f>o seres !n,ore
or less. said .land levied
on as th pnijerty
of j L Montgomery to satisfy two
tax execu liens issiVed byf F F
Martin tax collector of saideonn
tyagiinst j L Montgomery, Writ
ten notice given tenant in Aisses
sion as lequiiod by law®Levy
made by j W Borrough and
turned over to me for nmlert re
meat. This March 7th 189$.
L E Brcoks, sheriff. 1
SHERIFF SALE. *
Georgia—Madison county. J
M ill he so pi on the firat Tues
day April 1895 at the court house
in said county within the legal
hours of sale.-to the highest bid
der forcush the following described
pioperty to wit: All of two ce -
tain tracts of land situated in the
ISB district G. m. of said county
and stale, one tract known as the
mi y McWhorter place, adjoining
lands of the Alexander Veal estate,
J P Loony, the Madison Springs
[aside, and the' lands of Green mc
Ever ontaining 50 acres more <r
loss; alsa one tract of land in said
district and county, known ns the
G KcKver place home place, adjoin
ing land of.n hove described traot,
Wm Bragg, T K Fitts and Green
McEver on the pul he road leading
from Daniels blie to Braggs Fe/rv,
containing 58 acres, mors or lets.
Property pointed out by defedaut.
Said property levied onas the prop
erty ofGreen wcEver to satisfy two
executiou issued from the Justice
court of 488 diet, G m said county
in favor of I H G >hh against Green
nsEver. Levy made by J P Loony
LC of laid .dist. and turned ov V
to me for advertisement.
This March 4 1895.
L. E. JBiooks, SheilT.
Will b# said bafors the court
faesss c’oer tl Dsnisluvillu it Madi
sen Ceuaty during ths legal hours
ef ssls on ths firstTuesbay !■ April
1895 to ths highest bidder foreash
th fallowing preperly to-wit:
Gn# undsrvided third iateren in a
tra'-l *r parosl of land lying i u ©aid
county el' Madison, am) hounded as
folows: on lha north by ;lands of G
C Daniel, *ml Gee Allen, on e.tst, by
©f Charley Hunt and Nancy VJaad
osn, sosth by te Kvlliiai, w*st by
Brolly plsi-u, aad conUiait)" one
hundred and thirty acres moio ©i less
•ml knows as the F VY Smith place
and cos third interest •• said laud
levied oe and to bs sold as the prop
• rty of C (’ Smith, J M Smith and
B Y Smith to satisfy a mortgage ti fa
issued from Madison - upsrior Court
in favor ef Tbouias <Sr ' tricltlaiid
*gdust thaw. Wiitteu netice given
tenant iu posossiea.
'l'his March Bth 1895
L E Brooks Sheriff.
BLOOD BALM, !
A botiwbolil remedy for all Blood J„d !
SkindtoftM*3. Cures without Jail, SeLf- j
iffrs, i>.VaEistis*i,< Atsrrb, Sait i.hjfcm >
ana ©very form of Blood Disease frdaalb©
(simplest pimple to the foulest Ulcer. Fi ty ’
years use vlth unvarying tuccogi?, dn* j
onjjtratrH its paraicount healing, purity*
r*2 and building up virtues. On© bote©
s m .w rt 7 , . r * Uvc v l rlne than a dozen .of
ny otter kind It builds up the health
: and atrougth from the first dose.
f*~iri?TrtTpoF~aook of ** J
*ZV n • "res. ser.t free ttnapplh l
eat a, h. ,
If r t kpt by your looal drttnbV sand 1
IUV for * lar;-c bottle, or SS 00 for six boi- I
! *“<l medii lco will be sent, frsi*! S !
SLOGS CO., AHanla, li J
p o ?: ~Pj m
v •■: x.£r "■ ¥;
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A FAIR TRIAL of Hood's Sac
saparilla guarantees a complete
Cure. It is an honest medicine honest
ly advfiisedandilhonestly Cl *?RS
ILL offer bargains for the next r 3O days never heard of before in the
® history of hard-times, we have recently had our store remoddled and
are now filling it up with the choicest line of
Dry Goods, notions, Ladies and Misses
Hats, Shoes, Etc
Ever brought to Comer, all of which we will sell as cheap as any house in NORTH-EAST
GEORGIA FOR THE CASH. :
We also carry a nice line of FANCY AND FAMILY GROCERIES, which cannot be surpassed
by any competition.
We have on hand a lot of COOKING STOVES, PLOWS AND PLOW STOCKS, WAGON HAR
NESS and many other things in the Hardware line which we will dose out at about cost.
Don’t forget to get our prices. We will certainly save you money, ,
£:&" Bring us your produce.
JL F S r . Baker h do.
yV - . . ■
D Comer, 6a-
WILL YOU HELP?
Ia the gnat con teat which is to be fought betweaa row aad the nest preside a tf&! clestion Sit
THE P6&PLEB BtCMiEY-Tiig if m£s SSnr, *kw diwriwMtiM, wkk*
fine coinage of both as opposed to the patliey of ceatracnon, which iy baisg tiiatatod by England, and
w&ih levies tribute on every product of the izsia, on vuluatioae of ail brads nod an all amponaaffai isr
The Great Issue itw is the double standard against the* si?.Ja stadrd—the hm of both gM m f ut
enver its standard money metals, against the orgaeawi pdbrt to bold it> eentmey ef the eanofty rtriXlj
to tae gum uotus.
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THE CSfISTITUTSC'u W the few great newspapers publishing dady edithuu M tke aWB Of
the peepie against European Domination of our money system, and it heartily atfroratea:
Ist. The Free Coinage of Silver,
Believing that the establishment of a eiugle gold standard wfll wreck the prosperity of the great yifytf
of the people, though it may profit the few who have already grown rfeh fegr federal pnUsMiaa tmA fldnifll
subsidy. * r
2d. Tariff Reform,
Believing that by throwing our ports open to the markets of the world and levying ©hlv yajA hoaort
duties to pay the actual expenses of the government, the people will be better staved tfrttrnr rmnin t
them pay double prices for protection's sake. '
3d. An Income Tax,
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portion to those who have little, *