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The Clariqn: Wednesday, January 17,1883.
Clarion., supreme cqpbtdecisiohs. Death of Mrs, Dr. Guice. . A 111! .L - pgSl'E IS UOU. $ u w IDC from the aerotea mnu crushed ;iUlt flatbed over the wirea , in Jackson on .San lav morniBg . l - j j : 1 1 .1 YA'bxt depvn 01 buc win iucbc word carry to tne nearu 01 counuesa ..d loved onea! One year ago lait uii Florence, the only child of Col Mrt-Png! of W 1 ulnl WM marriea N. L. Unice, 01 rjtnc, mum., w home the carried a wealth of love ,.ry attnshine of happiness. With tastes, high culture, great amiability jjreegth of character, ihe wu uuiver- es teemed ana Deiovea as wen as aa- Aided and encouraged by bit trust l at every step towards greater emi- nd usefulness in his profession, the husband looked upon her with truest tion and becoming pride. Ihe weight smiction no words can express, the ed lived a baautilul christian life, when the glorious light of that Subbath hsd dawned, her pure and confiding it was wafted to the realms of the blest, left an infant six months old. To the eisej husband and parents we tender oxttt sincere sympathy and condolence. REPORTED WEEKLY BY C. C. CAMPBELL. Jacksos, Miss., Monday, Jan. 15, le3. 1 be loUowing cases were affirmed : 4017 A. M. SuJdothys. Ella P. Morton 43-Mary Myers vs J. P. Little. Jm jwiQcaniion vs. Overton Harris. 410i tochoolfiel.j, Hanauer it Cm. vs Lou O Wilkingn. 41..? J'nni K Jones Ya. Jno. J. Gajre. 8dler al a. S. G. 8adler. H-O- 0 S"'' W- D Carter. 4136 Marv Mayfield va John Mavfield H9-A.Jr. Sandliu va. W. L. Clayton et The following cases were reversed mmd re mantled: 4125 Robert Clayton vs. State of Missis sippi. 4132 Human & Kahn vs. A. J. 8tricklin The following cases were reversed and bill ditmitted: 4115 C. H. Aldrich et al. vs. Warren Lewis. 41l!0 Wm T. & P. .1. Brett vs. K. M Savle. 4146 F. M. Goar et al. vs. W. A. M'Caui'tss, trustee. 4143 D. H. W hat-lev et al. VS. J. 8. Chan. cellcr & Co , motion tneUiined. 4150 M. A. Pollard vs. W. G. Stovall, mo tion overruled the act, and for the purpo.e of prepetraling the fraud. 4. With regard tothe mortgages subse quently acquired, we think Uie burden of proving that they were purchased wjlh his owa means, and net with the proceeds of the property, was upon Jease. If he had shown this it would present for decision a question poo which the authorities differ, it being shown that it was a part of the original scheme that be should pay or buy up the outstanding iocambrances." We do not de ride this point because we ar of the be lief that not a dollar of defendant's money except the cash payment on the Richardn k May deed of trust, and sundry sums Esid in making the crop, which are shown to ave been returned out of the crops, ever was expended by him on the property, or in the purchase of the subsequent incumbrances. We know of no principle of law which would justify reimbursement of such sums or sanc tion the enforcement of mortgages so ac quired. 5. The severe consequences of a failure to answer interrogatories under $ 1943 Code 1880, should not be visited on complainants, except where there has nudoubtedly been ample time to comply with its requirement' Afhrmed. (To be reported.) Obituary. Lon Herald. it our sad duty to announce the death his estimable lady, the wife of Capt. Oliver, vruich oseurredon Wednesday, IlOth inst , in this city. Mrs. cniverwasa etui t.. . i , t. , u .1 ,iml ia v 01 rare i bodimeut of all the graces. A member ! Prssbyterian Uliurcli, she was con- it in attendance, until her illness. She Utlie ehurch, and did all in her power i Welfnre. The union of several of the IBger members of her household with the rch not long prior to her death, must lebeenvery gratifying, during her last In. She died quietly and peacefully, in ISrm faith, of a bright, and glorious im- Llitv bevond the grave. In this sua Mvement. Capt. Oliver and family, sure- Live the deepest and most heartfel t sym- by of fall our people. SUPREME COURT DECISIONS. October Term. REPORTED WEEKLY BY ROBT. SHOTYVKLL. McLean, et al, vs. Letchfobd, et A Flea for the Ladies. Editors Clarion : Observing an arti- I. . - I in your paper not long since, in re on to employing ladies in your estab- kment, I have been induced to ask the lor of writing a few sentiments in re- 1 to the above. While visiting many his and cities last year, I was pleased note the many places now filled with licit, that were formerly considered only rible for gentlemen. The various de- tmentsin the mercantile line, as well I clerkships in the business of State, ire been ably filled by them. Their ention to business and all important i they are called on to preside over, ( been done with that degree of accu- ly and honesty of purpose that they pre been universally retained wherever Iployed. tfow the time has come when it is bo Iger considered a reflection on a lady IT . . . . stand behind a counter or otnciatc in capacity of book-keeper or even cr the arena as editor or assistant in ; printing office, or in charge of a telo- Iph or post-office. The results of the and adversities of ( various kinds reduced so many to the necessity plying the needle for a livelihood, ft sewing is no longer remunerative, lauseof the large number engaged in Other pursuits, and other vocations 1st be opened for them, especially, th as clerkintr and teletrraphiti'r bo les teaching, in which so many are My engaged with credit to them- kes and honor to their sex. pVhy is it then, that other towns and es in Mississippi have inaugurated ploying female clerks, and Jackson n left in the rear? Is it because our chants are lackuig in the enterprise Meucitv disdaved bv the merchant other towns? or are thev waiting the pirit to move them? Even so, n open your doors for them, and the m will secure to vou uatronage not nicd of before. There are depart to in your stores which ladies alone ultl preside over. Then open the lafor them bv giving them employ- t, and you will secure to yourselves approving conscience as well as bring 'pmess to many a sad heart. A LADY r RIESD. ackson, Miss., Jan. 10, 1883. Appeal from the Chancery Court of Holmes e .nnly, Hon. V . K. Williamson, Chan cellor. On May 30th, 1878. J. X. McLean. Sr.. and and his two sons tr. A. and J. N. Jr., said two sons being merchants and partners un der the firm name of O. A. McLean & Co., were the owners of three plantations on Talluhatchie river known respectively 81 Wildwood, Goldust and Glenburr. These lands with the personal property thereon were wortn about HU.OOO UU, but were in .rt- gaged to the extent of of or their value. Un above named day a sale of ihe entireprop erty was made under a junior Incumbrance, the same being a trust dead with power of sale, owned and held by Itichardsoti fc May. tor SUUaO.oo. At this sale the property was bought by Jesse W. McLean, a third son of J. X. McLean, Sr., lor the amount due on ihe trust deed, he paying $2,f)O0ensh, and giving his notes for the balance payable the ensu ing winter. The notes were met as they fell due by shipments of the cotton, growing on the lands at the time of i he sale. The trust deed was extinuguislied ami marled satis fied on the county records. Within the next three years Jesse bought in and had transferred to himself the other mortgages resting on the property. At the time of the sale the mortgagors were indebted many thousands of dollars, to various parties, whose debts were wholly unsecured. These have filed this bill, attacking the convey ance nnder which Jesse holds the property, as being in framl of their rights and as void as to them. They charge that the sale at which Jesse bought was brought about and took place at an unusual time of the year, that it was quietly and furtively conducted, in order that Jesse alone mignt become a bidder, that in its inception and all its subsequent hiftory, it was n fraudulent scheme, devised and carried through for the benefit of the McLean family, its primary objects being to invest the title to the prop erty in Jesse, who alone of the family was unembarrassed, in order that be might hold it, first, for bis own reimbursement, and then for the benefit of the family generally. And that the enrdiuaf end sought to be at tained was to hinder and delay the unse cured creditors. , The answer denies the material allegations of the bill and asserts the bona, till of the whole transaction. A huge mass of evidence was taken, in the utmost degree conflicting on some points. But there is a preponderance in favor of the complainants, showing t hat the conveyance to Jesse was a scheme contrived and brought about by J. N. McLean. Jr., for the purpose of keeping the property in the family by defrauding the unsecured creditors of his father and G. A. McLean & Co., and that Jesse.witb full knowledge, lent himself with all his money, t most $4.00 ) or LATE TELEGRAMS. QOV. BATE INAUGURATED THE SENATO RIAL QUESTION. Nashville, Jan. lS.--Gen. Wm. E Bate was inaugurated Governor to-day at noon with imposing ceremonies. In uis inaugural address he referred ai- provingly to the emphatic expression of popular vi at' the ballot-box to pay that which the State acknowledges she justly owes, known as the "State debt proper," but not that part of the debt known as "contingent," the liability for which waa questioned by a larger portion of intelligent voters and tax-payers, who claimed equities as just and honor able offsets. ETC. TV- miXmmVmVA taam cm A a. at v el HaLklaA V amm ifiT ti ffifTiTtrTratMri Presidential Snccestion. Special to the Republican. PROSPECTIVE LEGISLATION. Washington. The presidential sue-j cession bill which waa reported bv the i Judiciary Committee, and which will be j ..oil... I .... .: i l .l J wm uji sumo iiuiu in is wrra in uie Senate, is provoking much opposition. If the bill were to become a law, and if, as an illustration:President Arthur should i die or become ineaiwtcitated. Secretary J Frelinghuysen would be President for the ! remainder of the current term, if he should survive long enough; but in the event or nis death, the fsecretary ot the skin Diseases than S. S. S. 1 rca.su ry would succeed him. and the 1 im av . sum tvp i.,.,v;i'.. V 43rj Have never handled anything which gave better satisfaction for Blood or THE PLANTS RH HOTEL RURNKP. St. Louis.,' Jan. 15. -The Planters' Hotel, one of the largest in the city, burned this morning shortly before 6 o'clock, and burned so rapidly that four persons lost their lives. The greatest confusion prevailed when the alarm was given Rod nearly all the guests escaped in their night-clothes. order of further succession would be. the 1 ostiuaster-freneral, the Attorner-Oen-eral, the Secretary of War and the Sec retary of the Navy. The Judiciary Committee bill repeals sections 146 to ISO of the Revised Statutes, providing for a popular eleetiou in case of vacancies in the offices of President and Vice President. Themore the bill is discussed by Senators and Representatives, the stronger becomes the opinion that the succession now provided for in the Con stitution and the statutes is safer ami more in accordance with the spirit of a i represent at 1 ve govern ment . The objection to this bill is that it devolves the succession upon a person entirely too far removed from the people. There is safety to thejH'ople where their agents act in their responsibility to them. The Mississippi Mills. interesting statistics. Have heard the highest expressions of appreciation from parties who have taken & 8. S. for Skin and Wood Pis eases. Wm. LITTKRKR A CO., Nanhville, Tenn. Has given Itcttcr satisfaction than any remedy for Blood Diseases we have ever handled. SCHILLER A STEVENS, Washington, D. C. New Advertisements. excelsior "mm ! maciii-v 1 : ASP- Fair-minded physicians now recou j mend it as a positive specific. s. MANSFIELD A 00., Memphis. Tenn. S. S. S. has given better s;ui-. than any medicine 1 ever sold. J. A. FLEXNER, Louisville ; action Kvcrv purchaser speaks terms of 8, S. S. L. MESSITEU, Denver, Ky. u the blithest PLOW PSMOl!. n i.: to nil onlrra lur Uie nsrious 1 AM nie of THE PLANTER PLOW, nn itiiploiiieiit (hat luwt . ..) thehmuij approval l nil aMKHl'B farmrra he hate tried is. ..w " lur tr'iwih, nimplkitjr anil eeoiHimy, and PLAN I I I! I'lAiW (latma to W aiij ror t.. ..: .. lu the market. Kiicotiratftil hjr tm aubatantlal "iu memlatiiiiK it it nToivutg In Ihe khase of aleaJilf lacreeanH unlera, 1 have irn-ally taeesMed my f.n ililhw lor tl manufacture, no an to till all orders peenkptlf ami satinfm toriljr. COL. HERPON pving. Special to the Times-Democrat. Washington, Jan. 15- Representa tive Herndou, of Mobile, died last night. Illinois Central Railroad. I Office of the Firbt Vice-Presi- T1PVT I vr. llnunn T AJf 1 V I ICO '. Chicago, 1st January, 1888. ) He working staff of this Company, official jurisdiction extends over in tins Uompany s system, is as lows: las. C. Clarke, Fjfst Vice-President ;"eiieral Manager, Chicago. t- Jettery, General Supenntenaent, SO- r. Tuckerf Traffic Manager, Chi- K Welline. Oeneral Auditor, Chi- H. Hanson. Oeneral Passenger Wi thicasro. gory Schlacks, Superintendent of nery, t.;hicaKO. sads of Denartments will oreanize elect, subject to approval, such era aS mav ha nwniig r v on .the 8C V- , Division, and instruct them in their pea Be Heuds rf TlonorfmpntK will be 1 Hinsible for theproper conduct company s interests cntrusteu to fr 1 . a! F . i w uu ir Lepartments. Jab. C. Clarke, rirst Vice-Pres't and Gen. -Man. proved: W. K. Ackerm an, President. 1.000. to the seheme. The notes, balance due Rielinrdoii & May from the sab', were paid oft" by proceeds of the crops. The other mortgag ee, were bought except a small cash payment, by money derived either from the reVeBUesof the property or from the nssets of (. A. Mc Lean t o., whien were irauiiuienuy divert ed from the creditors of the concern. In terrogatories were addressed to some of the complainants who were residents of many and different States and were filed In the elcrk's office and notice thereof given their attorneys, under 1943, Code 1880. Less than thirty davs elapsed from the filing of the interrogatories to the final hearing. A motion was made to dismiss the cause as to them because of their failure to answer in accordance with the provision of the stat ute. It was overruled by the chancellor. The cltaucellor decreed in favor of coin- lainiui's and denied Jesse reimbursement lothaslo the Richardson & Hay dead 01 trusts aud the other incumbrance s wiiicu had heen transferred to him. Nngent& McWillie, Catchings & Inger- goll and J. E. Gwin for appellants. Hooker & Wilson and Calhoon & Green, contra. Chalmers, J., Held 1. We eeree with the chancellor upon the fc;s. That Jesse lent himselt to tne scheme with some reluctance, influenced more by the desire to aid his family and eave a home for an aged an I innrm lather than with any intent to better his own for tunes may soiten his off ence in the eyes of the world and the forum of the moralist, but cannot change his attitude in the pig ments of the lair. We Know him only as a fraudulent grantee in fact and in that atti tude must determine his rights. 2. He has filed no cross-bill in this case, and perhaps on that ground aloae we might decline to consider his claim to reimburse ments, but as in several eases in our reports reimbursement has been decreed without a cross bill, in favor ot grantees, wnerc mere had been constructive fraud or where there had been actual fraud only upon the part of the grantor, we will, without deciuuig tuat such practice is admissible in tne case oi nulH nrivv to or Biiilty of actual mala fide, proceed to examine his claim for reim bursement. 3. Ho can recover nothing paid on the Richardson A May mortgage. That was the vehicle of his fraudulently obtaiticd It was that wnicn maae itio THE SUNDAY LAW AT BILOXI. Special to the Times-Democrat. Biloxi, Jan. 14. All the bar-rooms in Biloxj, exceptone, or perhaps two, have been closed to-day. This unwonted phe nomenon gives rise to much speculation. The newly elected mayor is understood to be pledged to the enforcement of the Sunday law. The Illinois Central. St. Louis Railway Reporter. The Illinois Central, since it acquired the Chicago, St. Louis & New Orleans R. R., has decided to construct numerous branches and feeders in Mississippi. These short lines will be built mostly on the west side of the line and are designed to connect it with the Mississippi and give access to the rich cotton lands along that river. The road now lies on the great central ridge about a hundred miles distant from the river mid, though tin- soil along the line Is for the most part good, it is not as rich as that of the river bottom where the best cotton Is grown. Ry building these feeders the company gains nil the advantages yf passing inrougn i ue productive low lands, without losing; those of having its main track on high pound, where it can all the better he kept in repair and over which through business can be done with greater' case and quicker time. The Illinois Central is determined to develop Mississippi by giving it the ad ditional railway facilities which its river districts ho much need, and from them the company itself must derive a great profit, besides adding to the value of the main line. The people of Mississippi ought to appreciate the Central for it is doing the State excellent service. WeMOD Herald. 1 he mills consume attnttallv about a million six hundred and eighty thousand pounds of cotton. Every pound of this cotton is bought and the cash paid for it, at the door ot the mills. The consump tion of wool is about 750,000 pounds. A large proportion of this is bought here, but some of it, particularly tine grades, is purchased in Texas, and other wool growing States. The mills manufacture in woolen goods: Cassi lucres, dowdtins, jeans, tweeds, and linseys. In liite Cottons: Sheeting, shirtings, towels ami OStvaburgs. In colored cottons: Cheeks, plaids, and cottohades. Large quantities of rope, sewing-thread, ana yarns, cot ton and woolen, are also manufactured, Heretofore the mills have been run ning S0P0 cotton spindles. They are BOW adding two thousand cotton spindles, thus giving them a total of ten thous and cotton spindles. Woolen Cards. Thev are now run ning seven sets of woolen cards, and are adding six sets, thus making a total of i Z!LMmmmmwmBrl C r.'JiaTISaWiZi r KY tl.l IMS eoad- l'UIXMls soil) Of iirt.;.ar MILL & FACTORY SUPPLIES OF ALL KINDS. BELTING, HOSE and PACKING, OILS, PUMPS ALL KINDS, IRON PIPE. FITTINGS, BRASS GOODS. STEAM GAUGES, ENGINE GOVERNORS, Ac. Send for rrice-ll&t. W. H. DILLINGHAM & CO. 421 Main Street. LOUISVILLE, KY. sag .1C,'82-1y. per 'there are now in operation four linn drcd looms, but in a few days u hun dred will be added, thus giving them five hundred looms in operation. They have also purchased other new machin ery, a new and costly turning lathe, be ing a part thereof, but we have no space to enumerate in detail. The company has recently erected a very spacious, and magnificent brick building, which will be occupied by two prominent mer- cantile firms in town, and the building in which theircentr.il office is now loca ted will he traasfomed Into magnificent packing find saniplerdoms, with all lie; -essarv improvements. For the year ending September, 1881, the mills man ufactured 2.800,000 yards cotton goods; 789,000 yards woolen poods; 72,OoO It, varus and 150. (MM) pounds cotton rones. besides seamless sacks, and a first class article of towels. H will be observed that in view of the recent addition of I machinery, the production will be largely increased during the year 1888. The Mississippi Mills are an honor to the commonwealth-, and have demonstrated bevond possibility ot denial, the practi- Tllk lM.IkHiTI.il "bradford" FORTa&LE mill. 0RN, WHEAT AfflO, noi it a i i.i. aaCBllWT. scad for Saaaiatiei ciin,. lar. Addrcta plainly TH0S BRADFORD SCO. 114, 110, I7H IV. k-n I Ma CINCINNATI, O. (j. I. IU'STA!ATK, Agent for Mississippi. Fruit Trees! Fruit Trees! zjsSLmjmt VR MTtS'K Pot! very lluo anil THK KN'SriNI! UK A SON im-lmlea a Kull line ol tile ( Imiteatt srtatlM Fruit and Ornamental Trees! Vines, Plants, RoC8, Ktc. A Iniyc Stock of tlie SOW ' II I at ) llyhridl I'usra, Ijv tNtiiiP ami SiietlVr. I- Sirviul Krch-til Kate to Jackaun, (iSo. r 100 Si.vnONAltY AND PtUtTAPl.t ANI UOll.KKS ulwaya ill atup, lit" hand. Aiti'iit tor OOUN M1I.1X tXVTro IM fi INS. Mntcrinl (if nil kimla fur n-jialni, MCa aa trVrUQ, CK Ks, IT. MI'S. KTU tmr All kki'aikh fnamsiiy ii i. " JOHN McDONNI'l ,, Jackson, Mississippi. AI.K A valmililP PLANTATION, halt nilli' i"a,it uf Ilif town of BnlUin, WO aoroa in trai l, aOO i lrannl laml, balanre w,. ai.oxl . I itwolliiitf, with aulUihlit nulliuihliUKa, Hknlru ami inn im-hunl ; aovrn I fraiufi rahin.i, vtth hrlrlc rhimnrya; farmiiiK tnilcnicnta and milch atock he lumght mi in. plaiw at ruaannablp prim. llmity of lalmr nn lor'. Wliilal it la a good cotton plantation it ia ailinirnhty nilapUnl to uara for dairy or fniit Mtltait. Price virry low for oaah. J. II. P. HOWMAH A SON, faa.te.tSU. VicKancan, Miss. Dissolution Notice. 1IK PAKTNKltSIMI' UKIinOl-DHKCAIlltlKn ilanwtoa. KtHMf the imnio and aivlc nf NtMiHMoll A mi, in HM I iiy m Jiuk aon, kflaa., la illaawlvtM, nad VS un: no Inniicr part- i l.v ,1 T A tl. U ni'ra In hiiHinifc jun.lOHll-lin. J. KTAl'I.KTnN. KTAPLKltlN. nnyciiiiDTiny uunoumr i iuii T KSVP U i'i- t l KMIIC.ly fi i ae h pa- iivh ts-uifily 11 I'll !lHt)llH IfSMSMIW . , nj.- I. i v.. hM j li Ma " .t- i , t liril j ttatrwttll n VJ Ui . t tii i t Int. T t r tha aNiva dtaaaaa ; bv I tha want kind and n Irnir uomI. liKl.atl.Kt.trana I. mi rotfi i .Yin ..ail two bovtub rasa, I' AHl K I'KK tTISk on nn. itni'a-o, ra I- i r 'mi r. O. aildraui M.OCl'H, HI t'narl W., Naw York. itindn. New 11 cai leasibintv ot successful cotton man afaotaring in the South. This officers and emplofees have our tlianks for the cordial encouragement given this Jour nal, ami will accept our heartiest wishes for a prosperous and happy New Year! Official Proceedings of the City School Board, The Trustees of the City School Hoard met on Tuesday, January 2d, 1888, in the office of the Superintendent of Edu cation. There were present the follow ing trustees: CoUego Green School Messrs. J. L. Power, II. XL Taylor and W. Hi Qlbbs ; West Jackson School Messrs. Wm. BUrtmons, M. I). Morgan and John Hurt; Benevolent Hall School Messrs J.J. Spell man, Peyton Kohin son aud Alexander Wilson. On motion of Mr. SpellnMUt, CJoli J. L. Power was elected temporary ('Iiuirm.in. Cbt. Power, on taking the chair, stated that the object of the meeting was to perfect an organization of the ISoard for the ensuing year. On motion of Mr. II. M. Taylor, Col. Power was unanimously chosen Presi dent and J. J. Spellman Secretary. Capt. F. A. olfe, Superintendent of Education, read for the information of the Board certain sections of the Revised School Code, in reference to the attend ance of pupils, and asked their careful consideration. Mr. Wilson asked the investigation of the full Hoard into certain allege I griev ances of patrOflJI of the Colored School set forth in a petition heretofore under consideration by the retiring Hoard. The matter was referred to a sjiecial committee, as follows: Messrs. Gibbs, Morgan and Robinson. Adjourned. J. L. Power, President. J. J. Hpem.man, Hecretary. iptlvc fiilaliym' mailed five. Addican. 11ATNK8, I'ol.KS ,V CO., I'kAi iiwooo NCRVKatM, BtStil Use, Wu w Co., Miac. mzmsm j'"r -Sr. ' XM. T. A. (UJOCVM, ISt Poarl St., Nnw York. ADV KKT1SKBS! wnd for oar Bebkjt IJat of Nwaata'ia. Uwi. I. Unwell A (Yi., 10 Sprm o st., n. y. juiLa.'svim. OUAHCBftl SUMMONH. MM MTATK OK MISSISSIPPI, 1 To ,leoii Strai'nh. YOU ARB (X)MMANPKH TO API'KAU RK-foi-c the Chancery Court uf Ihu County of Hindi, Kind Piftric t, In wild StnUi, on the Kihkt Mommy of KkiiiU'HKV, li- , hi Kulca, to defend the milt In lirowu, wherein you an. a dv- aahl Court nf Julia 1 fcudant. .farkaon, I 'i ' W. Hr i-ni. RATI, IKK, (lerk. (I. Mihihk, P. C A Negro Murderer Lynched in Virgi nia. Abisgdox, Va., Jan. 1. Hlnford Smith, colored, Was taken from the jail at Tadwell Court House on Sunday morning by a mob and riddled with bul lets. On Saturday, Dec. '2.r, Smith and a young white man named Charles Kin ser had a dispute about a woman. The negro drew a knife and stablied Kinncr several times. Although frightfully wounded, Kinser made a desperate effort to defend himself. Ho drew a pistol and followed his assnilant some distance, but fell to the ground lrom loss ol blood and died soon afterward. Smith attempted to escape, but was arrested by Mr. Jen kins, the editor of the Jcil'ersonville Times. The murder caused intense ex citement, and threats of lynching the negro were made, i esteniay morning, at about 14 o'clock, a mob visited the jail, and while some of their number attracted the attention of the jailer, the rest of the mob secured the negro, and madeoff with him. The jailer's wife fol lowed the lynchers a shot distance, firing a pistol in her efforts to stop them. See ing that they were about to be f rust ra ted, the lynchers emptied the contents of their revolvers into the body of the murderer. ,,.ui 'mon fraud possible. The money paid on it whs .. f. !, r ! Iiirn lit. fan in. 1 1 r it,- . iiuf .lie ti.ttt --- - v,o... nn r irht. ution the tact mat nu pay- nii eitinmiahed a paramount lien which waa superior to the rhjhti of the complain ants because the mortgage was extinguish ed in and by the fraudulent acquisition of the property and to reyie it for his bene fit would be, both to contrayene his own act, and a repayment of money expended in Tribute of Respect. T the Maatcr, wanlenn ami member of Fairfield ttodse No. '.W4: Your eiMiiniittee :iiiiinted to draft resolutiona In reference to the death of Bnther Jahka Y. O'Cali.aouaS. aiihmlt the followhiK: Wherea. It has pleaaoil tut Supreme Ruler of tin unlverac to call fnuu our nild.l our lielored brothel , .lainci r. ir auagnan ; ineraiore R-Milrrti, That In the death ot aaid hrothrr, the Ilire hiw linit one nf her most useful meinU'iit A. a man, he waa unrlxht and hmeat ; aa a maann, he waa faithful and true. He lured the l,ntherho"d, aud with him friendship waa nt iiiiineanlni' wold. As a i iii." 1 1 , he waa tHiteehlc and ...si. I ; aa a ' - lir. he was kind and olrtlKt": aa a memlr ot I ltaptl.t ehureh he ti."a demiiNl ehriatian. And w uie we intturu mi ioa, n i n. null.' mat lit. miniv virtue and siaal dieila have irnluetl for him sdinia inn Into the Celestial Iatxe . .v.- where tlie Grand M.mti r t.f.tlie l'iiier-- pretide.. R'xnlr'd further, Tliat we tender to hi- Itereaved rhiltln n our heartfeli srmiiathle. ; anil thai : ev ideuee of oar sorrow, we wear the uwtal badge of iniiurmujf lur mirtr days. Reapectfullv ulmiltteil, H. P. MrWllORTKR, H. B. Stsaiv, C. O. POTTKB, Committee trvp a. mm I VM-mWmW 'Et mm ! IIVtflsMsn noW, hi o ni M :vy.iti. ,av-. ...i lirHKKRAH, It appear Ww by me, that on ur about Ihe llthduy l.l.l.l'l rutall: by lulnriiiatlon reeeiveil i ua iN"aii'i.ble eltirt.'n 'f i.iurdered by one AliK te hia escape and In still won i r ... .n . ... ii . . ... I"." i. iii.ni., t. " tomers of last ycur without nrderinirli. Itconlalns almut 176parea, Hon illuntratlona, price, accurntu deacrilitiona and valuabHi tln-eetiona for pUiillmr ...... . ... e.....t.l ... u. I I,'!., ui,,. tt,ilu 1HW vanrtitn, ui tt.ct.yw t.tt ... n.'t -.- S'lanta, mii Troes.elo. luvabiablo to all, ay SO tally to Market Oardeii-rs. Mi nd for it I D. M. FERRY & CO. DETROIT MiOH. lev.lSO,'82-iit SEEDS IouthI J in pro vf -d (-OTTON, vv i . f.- ctii Inrso HM FiMTimrK ws-ii iWHra ,ui 1 1 nil Hitlers n in . inr'f bmm KWM ui rriK's.1 Jin Hiii. n lur (lr.tin nnii ,tm. JNe.la JTaaanl -blatury, daacrip- titina. fiiltiit', nf beMll tr.iijH.Oraaa-s.Futat.w-. Ifirta. ,t ,i. ..f l.'t Bnlba and Plants for hoosa or (arden, fUKK. fpring f . f'ti ., erf 1 elil, (,ardii, Vluwer and Tree Head and I'lauU. FKKfC. A'i'.' Farmrr,' a ino. Vf!iXSmNt.'ins'bT"JiSA''nil'' 10 ernes. HIRAM SIBLEY A CO., Seedsmen. Jtwaaastssv . T. a4 CUIm, lu. J. W. HL( KMA'S JmmSL ', I, BOBlJirT itiiwitv, (iorernor In oHer Ihe ubore rvnnrd fur Iho arre.t Sberilfof Adam county. BaM reward is able on et ui v let ion . And I do moreover, require all ottieera of lltb. Stnte to be ill linen I m their efforts to arrest said fugitive, Al' I cltiis. (liven under my hand ami Ihe Ureal Seal of tha ,. , Stale ntflsed. ut .larkMin, Ihl ltit day of 1 1 UOHKUT 1,1 IW II V. lly tin I" . 15KSC1U1TIOH I A idack man; nt.tt afeOBtafl year old; hiiye aajMelanf when excited. Jan.:i,'K-:iw. I IiIkIi; lib ami bin frame; talk loudly, i mm ; la m a t ioiv. o o o wtm WAHD. infiii iirni:iti u ai.tieiir- bv W by me that on or almut the 1 0th dav of lH d BUSINESS COLLEGE, 131 Carondelet St., Nw Orleans, La. Kt'LI. BU8IHE8H COOKHE ?f)0. THf.i;K MONTHS ESS connsF. joo. couasx mo. Wr'i' Aanttl 'or Circular. ,sswsai, OKKK ERS HINII li:STY. . . . . Sheriff. - - Treasurer. A WtfM'SlK r. Chaneery I. i I Circuit Clerk. - - - - Surveyor. Comner aud ittuiiter. Middlelon, 1st IHstrict; W. Newman, N. B. Hmltli, Bell, 1. A. Work, lt li- 8. B. Thomas, -1. H. Bbown, K. K. I'I i: k I - W. T. lunoi. S. I.IVINHSTOS, - Will T. Colli, -Tuna, i Hi i mi, Si PKRvisoas K. H. H. Chichester. 2d; C I' 4lh; II. 41. Meltae, Mh. M a ol-1 ii . i i in trict: J. J. Blnlsuun. f . T. Harrlstm, I. E. Iarl,i. .1. K. Collins, I. C. Fisher, 3d; J. C Karrar, T. I. Hunter, S. J. Thbrpen, 4th; John w. Patton, A. B. MoCiuwen, tHh. V. H. SKNATOILS. J. Z. (iKOBOB, L. Q. C. LAMAK, Term expires March 4, 187. Term expires March 4, 18X9. Union School Agency W. H. Clark, Manager. - H. Maj en, Boc'y. fill IK I NION SCHOOt, ACKNCY tVORK TO I promote the Kducational Interest of Miimlppi Mid other htaUa, by 1, naming Con patent Teachers for Schid, Fam ilies, etc. 2. Securing auiUdilt and lucrative pmllion for Tiwlier. There i u reason why any School tdmuM be witA ont a cnnitetenl Teacher, or Teacher l without a M'hiad, if they will srail thetnael res of the onpnr- 'nM furninhod by this Ap i.e , wliich has the best facilities for ascertaining all raeancie, being In constant corrisindeiiee with Sobiail and Teacher. Kor f-'irculsm, address Ckios Mciiihu. Aokacr, I. (I Ib.x MH, KHAMSIN, MWRIMSiril. nor.l,'2-Hm. oernher, 1SS2, Hiiaths Hoas, a pOSf aaWs WM of Claiborne eioinly, was brutally murdered lu the county oi JeSnrson, bv one iieo. W. Hoan. ami that lie allci-wiinl made hi SSSbBS anil in.llllat "(Sow, therefore, I, HOIiKKT MHVKV, (bivt rnor of Miti.iippi, do offer Ihe at.ivo rewanl for the arret and delivery of the aid tlin. W. Hoan, to the Sheriff of JetlntaWI et.iiuty. Hald reward In pay able mi eonvletion. And I do monnser, miilrn all otfieiT of tbi Slate to be ililhccut in Ihcir ettorta to arrest nftid fugillve, (ieo. W. (loan, (iiveii under my hiuul and the tireat Seal of tho htaU' atlixnl, al .iiieawiii, mi xitu nay ol DiMTiiiber. A. I'. ISM. IU1HKHT LtJWBY. By the t.overnor: IIkmhy '. Mvr.nn, Si-cretitry of State. I., a.) UKSCIUPTION: OaOt W. Hoan 1 about 20 years old, but looks voiineer; fair complexion ; light blue or gray eves; light bail : thin light moustache ; one n on low er law broken nff; weight MS or ISO; compactly built; abuutftfect Oor t Inches high; drink., and get drunk, and when under the Influence of liiior i very iiuarrelsnmc; enrrlea n pistol ; dame well, and when intoxicated aud hear in oak iaapt to dance, la-it on a small gray mure, and If he has eiwl tho Mlmhwitppl riser, ha likely gone to hi uncle near ralsstine, Texas. Jan. ,'-. CHAKCKRY SUMMOMS. Dr. (leo. K. HarrlnKton. Ir. Jno. K. Hunter. Drs. Harrington & Hunter, OIK Kit THKII! I'lUII'lXHlONAL HERVICKS to Ihe isripb' of JACKSON and rlelnlty. Okkuk ATTHKIKI'RI O SloKF, OK STATE 8TBKKT, OprO- siTB Capitol Stu aat. At night Int. Hakrinotok can lie found at hla residence on State Street, It. on 10, Ki ll Building. apr.lS.'82-ly. and lu. it. m i k at THK STATK OK To Sophia MISSISSIPPI Brooks. YOU A KK COMMANIIKD TO APPKAK BE fore the Chaneery Court, First District, of ths CouuU nf Ilinils, in siild Slate, on tho First Mon day ir Kkhklarv, ISaS, at Hulea, to defend the ault in ssid Court of Adam Hnwks, wherein rnu aril a defendant. flfch. T- RATI .IFF, Clerk. TT? By A. O. MOOBK, D. C. Jarkson, January .:, I .-.'. .ml. II. H. JIAYEN, .IK.. ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. Jackion and Hazleharst, Miss, r ROM IT ATTENTION tllVKN TQ ATX BI7RI nesa entrusted to me. Special attention paid to business in Supreme, Federal and United State c..urt. and to bnainess in adjolnlrg crutntles. Spe cial attention given to tha Collection ol tlalai. a Mi-, either of the abore places. Jan s.'SS-flm.: V.