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AMES, HOOPER & DYKES,
Attorneys at Law,
Lumpkin and Americas, Ga.
Partnership, limited to civil
practice in Stewart Superior Court.
Office in Court House. ’Phone 60
g T. HICKEY,
Attorney at Law.
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Jan. 1 1901.
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BAIK OF STEWART COUNTY.
Sorplas and U&Med Profits, $4,000.
A. H. SIMPSON,President.
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W. L. MARDRE, Cashier.
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A WEEKLY N: PAPER, PUBLISHED IN THE POLITICAL, SOCIAL AND AGRICULTURAL INTERESTS OF STEWART COUNTY, GEORGIA.
Admiral Dewey’s victory of Ma¬
Bay has, so far, stood out as
one unsullied achievement of
war with Spain. The Santia¬
battle has been smirched by
arid vituperation, and
San Juan Hill has been forc¬
to undergo a second severe at¬
tack, of criticism. It was sincere¬
hoped that Dewey would be left
us as a hero who might wear his
unquestioned and to whom
might bow tbe revereutial knee.
But it seems that not even he is
escape the fate which i« appar¬
in store for our latter-day
We are now asked to believe, on
the authority 6f an American
newspaper published iu Manila,
that Dewey’s victory was pretty
a sham; that his ships were
iu any real danger; (hat the
vessels were not sunk as
a result of the tire of tbe Ameri¬
but that they were scuttled
by order of their own commanders
and sent to the bottom to prevent
them from falliug into the hands
The sunken Spanish vessel* were
time ago ordered raised and
repaired. That work is now well
far enough, indeed, for
a fair idea of the oftllie of their
destruction to be ascertained. The
Manila American says that in the
of oue of the vessels raised it
was fouud that the hnl) had been
penetrated by only one shot, which
was above the water line and did
no appreciable damage, The gteel
Uiloa, the largest vessel of
the Spauisb fleet, instead of being
riddled below the water liue, was
found to have sustained very few
hits and there were evidences that
she had been sent to tbe bottom
by the scuttling process. “It is
likely," says the Ametjcftp, “th»t
when the remainder of the vessels
are raised it will be found that the
battle of May 1 was more of an
opera bouflfe affair than tha land
battle of August 13, of whioh tbe
hero of the first affair has spoken
All this is very regrettable, but
it is not the worst. Admiral Pew„
ey has asked, on behalf of himself
and his men, that he be awarded
$103,000 prige money for the des¬
truction of time ships. There is
a difference between prize money
and bounty money. If the vessels
weie paid for under the bounty
system, Dewey aud bis men would
get only $49,000. In order for
Dewey to make out his case, which
is pending before one of the higher
he must show among other
things that bis victory was won
without assistance. A brief just
with the court by the attor¬
ney for the United States goyern
meut asserts that the Filipinos
were Dewey’s allies in the action,
that he supplied them w ith
aud ammunition to be used
the Spaniards. This,state¬
ment is in direct conflict with the
made by Admiral Dew¬
before the ieiiate investigating
committee on the Philippines, and
from the position the gov¬
has heretofore assumed
when this question hfts been rsis*
Arguments on the brief will
be heard this week, when, if the
is maintained, an effort
will have to be made ou the part
the government to show that
the Filipinos ware its allies.
Nevertheless it is still the unal¬
tered fact that Dewey did what ha
was ordered to do In Mauiia Bay.
His instructions were to capture
or destroy, the enemy. When he
had finished with them there was
not a fighting craft above water.
Whether they went dowu from the
effect of shots, or were scuttled, is
immaterial in so far as the gener¬
al result is concerned. They were
out of the fight, and that was the
main point.—Savannah Morning
Hempstead, Tex., Oct. 22.—Af¬
ter being tried with legal
and procedure for criminal
and murder, and given the death
penalty in each case, Jim Wesley
and Reddick Barton, negroes,
lats yesterday afternoon taken
from the authorities and lynched
in the public square by an
LUMPKIN, GEORGIA, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 25. 1902.
i | than Constipation is nothing more I i
and notkiuglesa a clogging than of the vital bowels
nation death if not relieved. stag¬
If every constipated sufferer
could realize that he is allowing
poisonous filth to remain in his
system, he would soon get relief.
contagion. Constipation -Headaches, invites all kind bilious¬ of
ness, colds and many other ail¬
ments disappear Whan consti¬
pated bowds are relieved. Thed
ford’s Black-Draught thoroughly
cleans out the bowels in an easy
and natural of manner without the
purging calomel or other vio¬
Be sure that you get the origi- M
K nal Thedford’s Black-Draught,
W made by Tbe Chattanooga Medi- ■
■ ■ I Morgan, Ark., Mar 25,1901. I §
I cannot roommond Thodford’n Block. I
I ssss^ssasas ssaiasTka« I
■ever be *M. to work without It ■
Diversions of Prisoners.
Prisoners have all sorts of ways
of PQnimumosUHg with each Pth
said an old-time police officer,
according to the New Orleans
“and it is almost
impossible to keep track of them
at times, when the department
wants to be particularly careful
about shutting out communica¬
tion between ana prisoner and an.
“In the first place, the prisoner
has nothing to do biit think he ;
fore lie is sent to the farm or to
8 ° me ? thor P lace whore he is put
Some of them employ
U> vM e ir Hi d^FfttiRg their o^!!s
pictures, plastering them
newspapers and things of
that 8or ^ One man write a
bit of verse, or the story of his
life, py ft frpatisa of some aspect of
the science of criminology. I have
known many prisoners to make
of bpgs, pf reft! hugs,
spiders, and things
that sort. I knew one man who
been condemned to solitary
who had actually
ft couple of spiders and a
of roaches so that they would
to him at regular intervals
food. He could rap on the side
his pp!1 and they would scamp¬
out of their hiding places and
rush to the point where he tapped
the floor or the wall with his
hand. They were educated, and
he would talk to them and
fondle them they seemed to un¬
at least that it W!VS ft
aud affectionate sort of
The world might shrink from
the touch of the enminal’s hands.
Ulight not want to touch
palms with him. But with the pet
spiders and the pet roaches it was
Apparently they loved
him, aud be was more to them
than all the vast body of men oil
the outside of the prison.
But I was thiukiug about an¬
other story. Some few years ago
there was a man iu the Missouri
penitentiary who had been sen¬
tenced to solitary confinement. I
think he had a sentence of fifteen
years. He had beeu shut off from
all communication with his fel¬
low-prisoners. About fifteen cells
from him was a friend. The first
prisoner had a pet white mouse, a
little animal of remarkable intel¬
ligence, and he proved to be a
source of great comfort and con¬
venience to the prisoner. In some
WHy he trained the mouse so that
he understood him. He was final¬
ly able to get the little animal to
carry raossages from his cell to the
cell of his friend. Occasionally
the mouse could be seen scamper¬
ing dowu the hall with a piece
paper in his mouth, and nothing
could stop him. In this way tin
men carried on a system of perfect
communication. It goes to show
how resourceful criminals are, and
what fruitful ideas may
times grow out of an idle mind.”
STORIES OF SINGERS
TIMES WHEN THEIR VOICES
OF MORE WORTH THAN MONEY.
IdlUr'i Adventure With u Baud
Dkxteaui liumiltu — Some Experi
•»«’«« of tile Tenor llurio—lio.v i.u
bluotae Put n tleur to I'Tlitht.
Many years since, whetf traveling
with some friends In Mexico, Charles
Santley was captured by halfbreed
bandits and, being unable to pay tbe
large ransom demanded, carried off to
the mountains. Over supper the sing¬
er, by no means weighed down by
blf'inlshap, chanced to break into song,
which so delighted the brigand chief
that he deuiauded an encore.
Buutley saw his chance and ex¬
pressed his willingness to comply on
condition that he and his companions
were granted their release. The sug¬
gestion was accepted, and for over two
hours was the singer's voice raised In
suoii exquisite melody that the bandits,
true to their word, allowed him and
those with him to depart.
The late Joseph Maas had ft some¬
what similar experience. Tears buck,
when with a companion buffalo hunt¬
ing on tile American prairies, tie whs
captured by Indians and earned to
their camp. When at his wi\s’ eifil
how to extr|pgtv hllUDVlf fKfta tbs
dilemma, his friend suggested tbe pow¬
er of song. Forthwith he commenced
an operatic selection that so delighted
his captors that they loosened his
bonds and urged him, at tbe point of
their spears, to eoutlnfij).
LllPfcUy his voice iiad u soporific ef¬
fect upon the ludtnns, who oue by ou«
dropped asleep until, just as be was
on the point of stopping from exhaus¬
tion ft* dreams. the last ‘JL’heu passed he and jfttft his maims
ion quietly stole away.
Ills wonderful voice on one occasion
placed the great tenor Mario In a spiiip:
b!Y!<ll<dijj jjfisUlOH, Wlien iravel
thg with some companions in Spain, lie
fell into the hands of a party of ma¬
rauding gypsies, who demanded the
customary ransom. Mario, tilled at
the shuntlen. answered their request
In Impromptu song, which he delivered
with such exquisite mock dignity that
his captors with unanimous acclama¬
tion elected him captain of their inujd,
The singer dtylgfflfttivilHy acquiesced in
tiieii' decision, but iu the course of the
following day contrived to make his
sscape with his friends.
On another occnslou In Mp.flfld til*
*5m? SlllKW. a* be was returning late
eoe Bight from the theater where bs
waa engaged, was arrested by the po¬
lice In mistake for a political discon¬
tent. In vain be assarted identity,
T?p wp epr< le d bpfer* ih«iF chief, who
likewise smiled incredulously at the
Greatly angered, Mcrio vehemently
demanded that his friends should be
forthwith communicated with, but the
official gtlQPk bis head ami remarked
that if Indeed he were the groat tenor
he possessed In his voice a sure means
of proving the truth of bis words, fen
minutes later Mafia W«S bowed out
With wwi y regrets and profuse apolo¬
When traveling to Paris with some
other ladles, Mme. Grlsl had a thrilling
adventure. At a small wayside Station
» man entered the carriage, and U soon
heoame evident from his threatening
gestures and eccentric behavior that be
was a dangerous lunatic.
Though her companions were panic
stricken, Mme. Qrlst rotaiued complete
prenenco of mind and with the utmost
composure began to sing. At once the
maniac was quiet; his whole attention
was riveted on that magnificent voice,
and he remained the most appreciative
of listeners until the train reached the
goat station, where he was secured. It
transpired subsequently that he was a
maniac with homicidal tendencies who
had escaped from an asylum.
At) amusing story Is told of Lablache,
(be celebrated base singer. One day
as he was strolling leisurely through a
French fair a cry was suddenly raised
that a bear bad escaped from the me¬
nagerie, Tbe crowd fled In every di¬
rection—all save the singer, whose mas¬
sive proportions precluded tbe Idea Qf
rapid motion. Amid the general com
motion be among them all stood un¬
moved, calmly awaiting the advent of
the ferocious beast, which sure enough
came slouching rapidly toward him.
When within a few feet, It halted aa
though to gather Itself together for a
final rush, when Lablache stepped for¬
ward and from the lowest depths of
his Immense chest sent forth such a
thunderous roar that the terrified ani¬
mal turned and fled.
Whoa Will n Man Be Too RlehT
What will eventually be tbe limit of
Individual wealth? Half a century
bock “ten thousand a year" was con¬
sidered to be a vast fortune. Then
“fifty thousand a year” was tbe pbraso
commonly used to describe tbe income
of fabulously rich men or women. Lat¬
er we took to speaking of “million¬
aires." In quite recent times the “mul¬
timillionaire" with twenty millions had
reached the limit of private wealth;
then forty millions. Now the limit has
risen to a hundred millions, and al¬
ready the word “billionaire" has come
Into use in tbe United States. Will tbs
multibillionaire ever replace the multi¬
No matter where a mau wa* bom,
he swells up and claims to be proud of
It. There Is no way of knowing If the
favored spot reciprocates the feeling.—
Ban Francisco Bulletin.
Painful All Around.
Dumletgb—It was an awful trial for
me to make that speech tonight.
Mlldmay—Don't mention it, old boy;
Just think what the rest of ns suf¬
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Washington, Oct. 21.—Among
the President’s callers to-dny was
•John G. Long of Florida, consul
getierul of ihe United States at
Cairo, Egypt. Mr. Long, who is
on leave of absence, expect to re¬
turn to Cairo in November. He
says that cholera, which until re¬
cently raged disastrously in Cairo
and vicinity, hns been practically
stamped out in that city.
When he left Cairo late in Sep¬
tember only a few oases of the
disease were known in the city,
which has a population of nearly
a million. The disease is still
prevalent in the interior provinces
of Egypt and in the upper Nile
Shenandoah, Pa., Oct. 21.—News
that the convention declared off
the strike reached Shenandoah at
12 o’clock and almost simultane¬
ously every bell in the town was
ringing and the whistles of every
factory and breaker pealed Joyous
Col. Rutledge Bent the 18th
Regiment band into town this nf
ternoon to take part hi the strike
settlement celebration. The band
marched through the streets nt
the head of a mine workers' pa¬
rade god was wildly cheered all
along the line. Nearly every build¬
ing in the town is decorated with
fiags and the people generally ap¬
pear almost insanely happy.
Paris, Oct. 22.—The Figaro this
morning says, a man was detected
early Tuesday morning attempt¬
ing to climb a wall of the Elysee
Palace. It is believed he intended
to hide in the palace garden in
the hope of obtaining an opportu¬
nity to assassinate President Lon
The man was arrested and was
found to be armed with a pojgnard
and a loaded revolver. He has
been recognized aa a dangerous an¬
archist w ho has already been con¬
victed three times and upon two
of these occasions for making ex¬
Pottsville, Pa., Oct. 22.—The
striking miners are ready and ea¬
ger to return to work now that the
strike is declared oft', but several
of the collieries in the Schuylkill
region are not in condition to re¬
sume full handed, and some work¬
men will be obliged to wait for
several weeks aud perhaps months
before they can be reinstated. This
number, however, will be compar¬
atively small. It will require some
days, too, to clean up again the
ways at the mines that are fit to
be operated before any quantity of
coal can bo shipped.
Now York, Oet. 22.—Simon Ra¬
phael, believed to be tha oldest
man in New York, is dead, nt the
age ot 106 yeass. He wa. born in
Russia, and is survived by a son,
six daughters, 45 grandchildren
and 28 great-grandchild fen.
At the beginning of his one hun¬
dredth year Mr, Raphael retired
from the dry goods business.
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