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The Clarion: Wednesday, January 17,1883.
The Clarion.
SAH.B0AD TIME-TABLE.
Tickabarg tad Meridian Eailroad.
( li Knl-I'MKiipr, aril.. it.M.p. m.
I'-avea 10:20 p.m ; Way Freight, irrlrn 8: SO a. Id ;
IcaTea y -.'0 a. in; Through freight arrirs 4:00a.
m., leaves 4 :S0 p. m.
in.- Weal Mail arrives S:2Q a. in , leaves S .40 a.
m Kinm It-area 7:40 a. m.: arrirni fntiii
Vickabion 5:10 p. n.: Way Knight, arrives 5:t
p. iu , leave a:is. ; IMMp 1 rilKlil, a 15 a. in
leave 50 a. in.
.Itlll.N WXITT, iieu
E. F. RaWoetn, Hunerlnumdent.
Jho. W. Clisoam, Uieal Agent.
Hatahei, Jack?oo Columbus Railroad
TSalna uoimu kast.
No
1, Mail, dally Arrive at Jackson & 30 t. m
iav. nairneji ..hi p in
No. S. frehrht. dally rteept rlunday U ..-. Natrh-
l il ui. Arrive ai Jacaaun . p. iu.
Ttiina ooiwu wpar.
No. t Mall, dally -Leave Jackaun 7:00 a.
Arrives at Nati-hc 1 p. in.
i. 4, freight, dally cio-rit Sunday -Iieaves
J'kon at S: a. m. Arrives at Net.hu ti:20
p. iu.
Chicago, St. Louiu ft Now Orleans Bailroad
TRAIN (till Ml NORTH.
No. 2 Kiprese, arrive 1 00 leave 4 'IS p. ni.
4 Mall, arrlri- 12:43 -leave 12:40a. in.
No. 1
Way Frt
-Express, arrive
-Mini, Arrive. .'
War I'l l, arrli.
' . M. MIKA KK, I it'll.
J. V. luiim-., A
J. ('. Cl.AltK E, hl
i p. in.
1:20 leave 10:2-1 p. in.
-loave l)M a. III.
J; OJ leave r::i5 a. m.
('. T. Jti' mi, ui.
!'. Ag'L
-id ( (an. Mbii'kt.
l.nviL Al Tlir.n NOTES.
J tin- Coturentinti tu-duv.
I vixitiiijr. the Capi-
Geo. Wlth
UI.
A tkntrcluu
f-:tli in olli-ri'il
MM iiiirj;;ir mill firo-prnnf
for M ile, lit a liartrain.
-Mr. T. W. banian, of Mcriilian, was
tmong Thk Clibiom callers Monday.
TfagM4ampt on Capital street re
a great comfort topodettnana tlu-Hi dark
nigbts.
Mr. It. 15. Batfe, of ChiacitT. la doing
Mod work for The Clarion Along the
lino of the V. A M. EUilroftd.
McrM. W. A. Pollook, (MI. Smith,
.i. W, Shielda, W. W. Stone and T. A bee
Hmith are in the city to attend the Jute
( 'on volition.
The High Miool grounds, west of
the Penitentiary, have heen fenced off
into building lot. The property in-
lades about twenty acres,
Minn Minnie Mannhip, one of our
most charming and popular young ladies,
baa been visiting her brother, Mr.
Luther Uftnahip, of HcOomb 'ity.
Tun Claims ia receiring new gub
Miihera at the rate of about ten per day,
Let the good work go bravely on we
promise not to ery, "hold, enough I'1
'.ml. 1". A. Wolfe and Prof. .1 li
bfnhavingbeeneltKsteddeaconaofthe
l rcHhytenan chureli in this citT. were in
tailed into office ou Sunday morning
otnc our MAI tuMio good old Simp
son haa been well rauieaentod iv callers
on Iuk ('1.AHION Messru. Sheriff May,
T. A. Dickson, and J. J. Bishop, of West
ville.
Ir. B. W. Mney, of llalehurt, an
old Ktand -by of Thk OtAMOtf, favored
us with a call Friday. The doctor rep
resented Smith count v iu the legislature
in ls.Vi .
JOUM Power got on the wrong side
01 the ice while skating on a pond at
ClarkariUe, Tenn., hwt week, lie was
extricated after considerable difficulty,
by the help of a long plank.
The Mite Society of the Methodist
congregation will meet at the pastor's
rc-idcnce to-niorrow (Thursday) night.
The Society has heen organized to aid in
the erection of the new church.
Mr. .'. V. Persons, a brother of our
townsman! Mr. T. T. Persona, had his
leg broken a few days nince At his Raw
mill near Bogue Chitto, by the falling of
till, lie a now at WeSBOO under
trcatment
e notice of county bar iiial tendance
on the Circuit Court," in addition to our
Jackson lawyers, Messrs. Nicholson, of
Perry; Cotton, of Kd wards; Baldwin,
oi Hoi ton, and .Wharton and William
son, of Baymond.
Our young townsman, Mr. Nolan
St- unit, son of Col. James 1). Stewart,
la the youngest student ill a class of for
i -I ven at the Peabody Normal College,
Nashville, and ranks as number six in
point of excellence.
n. i ia. . ...
"if siioscnners generallv liave not
only been very prompt in renewals for
iooo, nut nave DOBS very kind in their
expreedons oi good will for the contic
ned success of TUB CtAJUON, To each
and all we again return thanks.
Mr. John II. Ikiyd bus been offered
a scholarship in the Theological St-nu-nary
at Princeton, N. J. He will com
plete his course at Clarksville the pres
ent year, and will then enter upon the
prescribed studies with a view to the
ministry.
We regret to learn that an epidemic
of pneumonia is prevailing among the
fine blooded cattle of Messrs. W. L.
Hemingway and T. E. Cooper. Two of
tho moat valuable cows have died. A
vcterinarv surgeon from New Orleans, is
HOW on the farm, and is getting the dis
ease under control.
It will be seen that Mr. .1. C. Vir
Jen has become associated with Mr
Hodman in the Bed Btar Store a guar
antes that it wUlcoatinoa to be managed
fit live business principles. The firm of
L. It. Htedman feCo. will make frequent
announcements to the public, through the
columns of Thk Clarion, during the
year.
Prof. Meyers, State Chemist has
made careful analysis oftho fertilizers
now being manufactured at Greens Fer
tiliser Factory in this city, and tho re
sult is hmhlv sat isfnef
lor these fertilizers keeps fully up to tho
capacity of the factory. We call atten
tion to an advertisement in this issue
which briely enumerates their value
over imported, foreign fertilizers.
The new Methodist ehureh is as
suming complete and graceful propor
tions. The ladies of the Catholic congrega
tion are holding a fuir at Angelo' Mall.
It will lie continued until to-niorrow
night.
' Home of the young gentlemen of
this city, and their lady friends, will in
dulge in a masked ball at St. Margarets'
Hall to-morrow jiigbu
Mrs. Bichardson, formerly Mrs.
Madison McAfee, is on a brief visit to
Jaekson, stopping with her friend Mrs.
C. E. Hooker.
Messrs. A. J. BoberOton, of Iaw
renie, and W.J. Hubbard, of Simpson,
are among the substantial friends of The
Clarion who gave us a passing call this
wc"k.
Mr. Phil. Mart's store was burg
larized last week, and sundry articles
stolen. Two umbrella repairers were
suspected, and so well deseriled in a
bund-bill published by Mayor Met rill,
that they were arrested at Hajdeharst,
and are now iu jail.
The twenty-fifth year of Itev. Dr.
Hunter's pastorate will be completed
some time in May next, and the officers
of the church have agreed upon a pro
gramme for signalizing the occasion in
an appropriate manner. The details will
announced to the congregation at the
eloaeof worship next Sabbath morning.
We know of but two older pastorate in
this State Be v. Ir. St rat t mi, of Nat
chez, and Bev. J. II. Alexander, of Kos
ciusko. The annual election of officers of
IT IV . ... i'
i lope r ire i oniaiiv, .v. took oiae on
the 10th inst., When the following were
elected: Thos. Shaw, Foreman; Jas.
Crawford, Isl Assistant Foreman: Eman
uel Bubanks, 2d assistant foreman; A.
M. Wilson, Hose Director; W. O. Parish.
a 'nit Hose Director! W. If. Small-
wood, Secretary ; Smith Bobertson, Treas
urer; II. M. Harris, Steward. We con
gratulate the Company on being able to
retain Foreman Show in command.
In view of the meeting of the Ma
sonic Grand Bodies .in this city next
month, Pearl Lodge, at its meetfne last
Monday night, appointed the following
committee to provide places ot enter
utlnment tor toe delegates and make all
otherlneeo.-sarv arrangements: H. M.Tav-
lor, W. (J. I.owd, W. S. Hamilton, Henry
Strauss, John McGill, J. L. Power. The
lie nibersof the committee will be pleased
to receive the names of all persons willing
to entertain the members of the Grand
Lodge; also the rate per dav. For the
convenience of the Committee, a recris
ter will be kept at (Marion office. The
meeting of the Grand Lodge and Grand
Chapter will bring about three hundred
of the craft to our city during the Week
commencing 12th February.
Dr. J. W. Maybin, late of Grenada,
has purchased the desirable property of
Mr. Phillip Hilzheim, in the western
suburbs ol our city, with the view of
making it his future residence. In Dr.
Maybin and his charming wife and fam
ily our community has gained an im
portant and desirable accession. We
om lueiid thorn to the- nnurttmlm nftrf
kindly attentions of our citizens. The
doctor has extensive planting Interests
on the Yazoo, but will devote his per
gonal attention to his profession, in
which he has attained skill and emin
ence. Speaking of his contemplated re
moval from Grenada, the Sentinel says:
"Dr. Maybin spent the summer in Gren
ada, anil succeeded without effort iu eon
vincingall v im became Acquainted with
him thai he was not only a physician of
large experience and splendid attain
ments, but a gentleman of social worth
and high culture. We bespeak for him
wherever be may travel iu Mississippi,
that reception always due honesty, eapa
eit v and intelligence."
it reception oi HI8 MA J K8TY RKX,
m h lav, February 8th, M AUDI QKA8,
Why don't you OAS PegSS Oil ?
MAB.DI GRAS AT NEW ORLEANS
The Qrsat Jackson Rome, with its hcoun
toned liberality, lias made very low rutet
tor those desiring to attend the Mardi (inis
le.itivities. Monday, f ebrasry 6th, will wit
IICM) til
and Tin
the grandest display ever yet seen in New
i.i. xt- i ii i
. 'i i . ii ii s. i-. .i nne nullum hush i,,.
For full particulars ten bills sad enquire oi
totlon Agent.
the rate troia Jiu-ksou to New Orleans
ami return, Is 98.40.
Hale of tickets will eoniinenee Jnnunrv
list, IS83, and continue until February (iili,
1888. Good to return on or before Siindav
rehraarv nth, 1S83.
C. T. EVDP, Agent
All persons who are aftlicted with Rheu
matism Hint Neuralila nre advised to use
Fegse Oil. Hunter it Harrington, manu
facturers agents.
Agents for The Clarion.
Mr. Edwin Harksdale is making a
vigorous and successful canvas for new
subscribers to Tun CLARION.
Mr. B. B. Patte is doing good work on
the line of the V. A M. Railroad.
Oapt. c. D. Bustamenta is authorized
to receive subscriptions to Thk Clarion
during his travels.
Mr. B. T. Johnapn, deputy postmaster
nt Grenada, will represent Tun Clarion
at that place. (
LE1TKR LUST.
List of letter! remaining in the Post
Offioa at Jaekson, Hinds county, Miss., for
the week ending January Hi, 1883.
.oi,',LA,,Hi".J '. M. Ashlir, fliaii. lan-h
Alire.1 make. .1. K, lloK-;m. T.J. IVilton, Jr., A. J.
f .'W'l?- U ,V,.'I,':" ""h"- Kr"k wH.Ar
BoM Dfckeraon, K. A. Ulekerson, W. f. KWer, UoM
frank'W. Mm A. ('. (Imnlllion, Alonso tirulumi.
i i? f5,B'?9,rl:r Miw. srah (irw-u, Mrs. Martha
HIU,J. D. Hill Mn.. Kmlly Jaekson, Tom .laekin,
w in. Jaeftaoa. trunk I. k o, v t i.-......
A. N. Lamlierth, Jr., Jno. Maney, Mm. K. K. Mat-
tS7.' .Mi,w larri" M'Ne, MU Katie Me(ilnl,
Wiley li. McUuwen, 1'nsl Auguatiui Menker, MIm
lelm Minims, Jaa. T. Newton, Mrs I. V. Iark.v,
Aimlln Kit limiinil. .1. 1'.. lhurer. J. w s. ,,o mu.
Anna .S'IiihII. Mailll Shetu.r.1 II II Aillan
Taper, Margaret Tobb, W. II. Wilson.
Persons callinsr for any of the above let-
ters will please say "advertised."
Gbo. C. McKan, P. M.
Hunter and Harrington are the manu
facturers agents for the eals of Fegss Oil,
the great foe to Bhcumatism and Neuralgia,
CHOKED TO DEATH.
Hep. Temples Indicted for the Mar
der of his Wife.
It u our unpleaaant duty to chronicle
one of the most atrocious deeds that has
ever been perpetrated in this city, and
one that haa invoked the moat intense
indignation among all classes of the com
munity, and especially among the colored
people. At an early hour yesterday
morning, there were numerous reports
in ci -dilation as to the manner in which
Nep. H, Temples had killed his wife.
Mayor MeGill summoned a jury of in
quest, and after a patient investigation,
including an autopsy by Drs. Craft anil
Harrington, found as follows:
We, the jury empannelled to inquire
into the cause of the death of Julia
Temples, find that she came to her
death by HtrAngulation at the hands of
lier husband, ep. S. Temples.
B. w. Griffith,
P. MrNi.n.L,
J. T. Peatkobh,
John HaNSBBRRV,
E. Bloom,
A. Lehman.
This finding was, handed to the Dis
trict Attorney, and the grand jury be
ing session, Temples was, iu a few
minutes, indicted for murder. Temples
Aral Wrested at an early hour, and lodged
in jail, where be affects ignorance as to
the manner in which his wife met her
death.
Tie-facts elicited before the jury ofje
inquest are overwhelmingly against him, .
and justify the finding. His little girl
l.vangelme, about nine years old, testi
fied that she and her little brother were
in the adjoining room, that she heard
her mother plead with her father not to
kill her, that she had two children to
care for, etc. On her father leaving the
house she aroused her brother, who was
still sleeping, and on going to their
mother's room, found her stretched on
tho floor, in her night-dress, her bead
toward tho fire-place, and her feet to-
..... ...1 tl... .. r ... r . .
nam llic CCI1U.T Ol Hie rOOHl. Rile was
then breathing her last. The screams
of the children soon alarmed the neigh
bors, and it was fortunate for Temples
that Alt officer of the law found him be
fore the people of bis color realized the
enormity of his crime. Tho throat of
deceased showed the marks of thumb
and fingers, and the lungs were filled
with coagulated blood, showing conclu
sively that death resulted from strangu
lation. The testimony before the jury showed
that for some time past Temples has
bu n habitually cruel to his wife. On
nioiHlMY flirt vrnntnl tn mnkn a payment
on their house to the contractor, but he
(.Temples) insisted on deferring the pay
ment until yesterday noon. And then,
there has been considerable feeling against
him among a good portion of the patrons
of the public school becaueewbile he was
A trustee during last term, he persist
ed in electing and having retained a
teacher with w hom his name was not
very creditably associated. On the re
organization of the board on the first
Momlay of this month, this matter was
referred to a committee to investigate.
The in vest iira tion tout nlneo nn ai...,
,
day, and the teacher referred to was al
lowed to resign, of which privilege she
availed herself. Temples' wife has re
peatedly rcmonstated against his infidel
ity to her, and this, and whatever dif
ferences they may have had about the
payment for their home, determined
him to commit the awful deed which
has so shocked the community.
It appears that Temple and his
brother-in-law Meredith nre employed on
the new Government building, and they
have usually left home about six o'clock
every morning. (It has been the duty of
Temples to Call the roll of the laborers,
and it was after roll call yesterday morn
ing, that he went home, and while there
killed his wife in the manner stated. He
went back to tho building and resumed
work, and while there was arrested. He
protests his innocence, and will have an
early opportunity of endeavoring to
prove it.
--
Feges'Oil lias never failed to route out all
Rheumatic pains when properly applied.
Hunter and Harrington have it for sale, trv
a hottle and you will have reason to bless
me uuy you reatl tli.s advertisement.
Making Short Work of It.
In the siege of Troy, Appollo eneouraged
the Trojans to be valiant auainst the Greeks.
by saying: "The mighty Achilles does not
light to-day." It would seem as if death
had been bidding disease to make its great
inrtiatis upon men. nv saving: "Hunts
Remedy is out of the" market." But the
Trojans found to their cost, that the mighty
Achilles osnie to the field, slew their great
est champions, and made short work of the
buttle. And Hunt's Remedy, as an Achilles
against kidney and liver diseases, has taken
the field, and is making short work of all
such ailments. Hundreds of testimonials
from All quurters are coining in as to the
the might of this champion medicine. Not
surer was the sword of Achilles than is this
powerful, yet peaceful, remedy in battle
form, as it wages war against dropsy, urin
ary and kidney complaints, and overcomes.
It la Htiaa s . ...It I Is.. " I
an ia tiioi- iu vmii lit us am.
SPECIAL !
I have admitted as a partner in my
business, Ma. J. C. Virdex, and the
RED STAR STORE
will hereafter be conducted under the
firm name of Stedm an & Co.
E. B. STEDMAN.
STEDMAN & CO.
The business of the RED ST AH STORE
will be conducted, as heretofore, upon
strictly a cadi basis and
pn
continued
Royal C Brand Fertilis
ARE PREPARED BY THE MOST APPROVE
under the direction of a skilled Chemist.
THEY ARE CHEMICALLY pTJfcfc
PES TOPI THAN FOR EMS -PEatTlMag
THEY sKK uuJirww.iBisif sr r ii,Lt TO KI
DEM4NDI OF CHOPS lPOX CT,AV m
They contain an tne .Elements of pw
Both for the First and Latter Deiiitorn
the Plant.
Do nil longer be content to raise Hair a Bale to the
-III. QSA nn.ntl. T sue Mil IR RPHAIDU a r
" a nna ass
double the yield. 7
GREENS FERTILIZER FACTOR?
I ai a . HJ
vaua.,.
WO) renn ior vaxaioguu unu price list.
jan.l",'83-3m.
New Advertisements.
patronage of our friends and cat
raih
by giving them lower
prices than they can get elsewhere.
Our advantages arc many, and increase
with every season; and we expect, with
in a very little time, to make Jackson
the cheapest Dry Goods market in the
State.
We intend to let you hear from us all
along, and of the Bargains we will
have to offer, as wo believe in giving
every advantage wegettoour customers,
and be contented with the sninllpaf
profit.
STEDMAN & CO.
Dissolution Notice.
rim AM. whom it MAY CONCERN : Ths firm
I of Huvis A 'arte, nimimscil n Mrs. Nannie Olivia,
and J. M. t'ndi- has K-on this dnv tli.sanlvi-ii by
mutual ninscnt. 11AVIS..V CADE.
JtA,a7,'3W.
Dissolution of Partnership.
mill-: PLANTINfl PARTNERSHIP HERETO
1. foak existing between Jno. P. .Stevens, A. P.
Watson, ind .In. W. Robinson while living, in cul
UratttM the Holmes Place, in Hindi county , Mis
isatppi, having been dissolved, A. P. Watson is no
lunger IntereslN therein or connected therewithal
a partner or otherwise. .INO. P. STEVENS,
R. U SAI NDKI1S,
j:in.l7,'l-3')d. Adm'r of John W. Robinson.
Real state for Sale.
I HAVE SOME VERY EXCELLENT LANDS,
Improved and Unimproved, as well as Town
Property for sale. Parties desiring to sell or pur
chase will please address us, or call on me at my
Office, Room No. , over Capital State Bank, Jack
son. Miss.
ran will also give special attention to the Col
lection of Claims. Respectfully,
It. K
-TTVTlVt) A Vl -ra,. it-
U IofTreL,!
jan.lS,'S3-ly.
JAYNE.
SAFE, as
Price $300.
jan.I7,'83-tf.
FOR SALE.
;ood as now. Original cost. $700.
HTKWAKT,
Jacksom, Miss.
A FIHST-CLASS BURGLAR ANI) FIRE-PROOF
jn. .s.fb, as good as new. Original cost. I
Apply to SMYLIE A STEWART,
rv, A. I). 1SS1, by JoSfl,)h U
AS llMin.totheundersi lnli '"-"
il'l'V.'n '.Kelff ttSR
nu --,nu uivu in trust UMIti? nww.J V,"
the l.rkni the Chancer v t,t1jSI
i r.iltl A 1,1, ise.t
illl! 1
' . - Pi-oeccl to ndi i"
tin; liighesl 1.1,1,1,,, (r ,.a,, "J
no- nv rian. in i w. r i :
that certain portion or parcel V K!: Jl
in,; the same convev-ed l, . '"i? ,"1"lswl
Patrick Council and wi! " M,''
December 31, 1SS-1, and more pan UuM
by the metes and lwumls f,.c .."i"?
and i iiniiini u(ui Vl-,,r,ii,. ;... ?
dred (100) feet to the tVk fXSS
VicksburgA Meridian Hil.V' '1"
wardly with the line ol said liS
...... ...... ,-uve leet to g attk. ZM
northwestward v two in,n.ir...i iri ""I
L.inniiiff 1 1,, ,;.i.. i j ri.yi t
title as Is vested in. him as trustee, ton
.uua.ucieu good. THOS A ttcvn
MARRIED.
Kii.i.iNfi.swoRTii-WADK At Prosiiedl Hill, the
residence ( ,e bride's father, Judge I. It. Wade
on the evening of the '20th, Mr. Rodger A. Killings
WOrth I.. Miss Jennie A. AVade, both of this county.
Waiik-AVadk On tbe2lst, at tho residence of
M, P. II. Wii.lc, the bride's father, Mr. Itattaile
v ade to Miss Carrie AVade, both of Jett'erson coun
ty. PSBS kv-Mahkb At St. Pe'er's Church, on the
evening of (ith inst., by Rev. Father Ohartalt. Mr
lATiiiiK Fkkskv, of Vieksburg, to Miss J ask
w ........, in iuis eny
inline lnrfigoinn annoimeeinent, the compli
ments of Mr. and Mrs. Conway were extended in a
substantial way toTtiE Clarion, which of course
mi. uppreciausi. i nir very Us wishes atlend
our yiinmr friends. Mav their liei,rbi..i i ..
happiness and prosperity lie more than realized.
.inn-
a--, M
Fegee Oil is tho mortal foe to Rheumatism
ami Netiraleia : it will also immediately
Heve the pain arisingfrom burns, scalds,' etc
Get one Vottle from Hunter find Harrington
and you will be convinced that what we say
is true.
OWKNS At Slirllll' ltl.l.ro llln.l
.ii .lie nn ui .laiiiiarv, ll- Kev. ii Jl,
Henry I. (iibU to Miss Anna I dwens.'
ltlSKIl PCRVKAR Jan. b, n (),,.
nn-ui nie s miner, near rnlestine ehureh, by I
r. ... ictugivw, .nr. j. j.isor ami Mi
I urvear.
nc
i of
lei
Annie
Card of Thanks
pupils of the Institution forth Blind
reiitly indebted to Mr. Cnce for his
The
are crent
sTlnanessin presenting them with compli
mentary tickets to the Kellogg-Brimioli fJon-
"""" u,01.1rV1' U was a '"""teal treat
which wus highly enjoyed bp them.
Use Fegee Oil for Rheumatism, Neuralgia
and pains of all kinds. Trv it once.
Seven thousand five hundred immi
grants landed in this country last year.
CLOTHING HOUSE,
On State St., near Pearl,
IS JUST THE PLACE TO BUY YOUR
CLOTHING !
SUITABLE FOR ALL SEASONS !
Men's, Boys' and Children's Clothing,
Men's and Boys Famishing Goods.
Mvii-s and Boys moots and Shoea
Lames . Misses' and Children's Shoes.
Men's Trnnks And Traveling Bags, Etc.
Also, LADIES' TEUNKS, Etc.
Call and Examine 111, Stock.
TREBLE TO SHOW GOODS.
BROIGHE
FEED STORE!
AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS,
Machinery, Field 8eed, Etc.,
SOVTH OF CITY BALL.
JACKSON, MISSISSIPPI.
Cotton in, Cotton and Hav l.. i;-am:;ine!''
UTn SpTnf Sari
Also. lsrb.4 Wir. f,r r.nciag
SCHOOLS
DESIRING COMPETENT AND EXPERIENCED
Teachers, Principals or Assistant. ...n ,r
them by applying to the Union School Aokncy.
We have re(ji.stered with us many professional
teachers, and will furnish any School or Family an
Instructor for the Scholastic year of 188: free of
charge. If you need a teacher, send in your appli
cations before our liest teachers are located
Teachers Applying for situations charged
nothing unless located. See advertisement. Ad
dress CLARK A MAYERS,
P' - 801 m Brandon, Miss.
NOTICE.
NOTICE IS IIERERY GIVEN TO ALL CITI
zens whose sidewalks arc nnt In a nukl. -
ditl. Jha' unless the same are properly repaired,
w..u unfi, piaua or gravel, ny the flrst Wednesday
in lebruary, report will be made to the Hoard of
Mayor and Aldermen on that date, aud repairs will
tie made by City at expense of property owners.
, . , J 1 I AKKAWAY.
Jan.io.'sz-w. aiy auraKal.
AGENTS WANTED.
J. E. Hunter, M. I),
JACKSON.
O- K. HAainw
Hunter & Harri
DRUGGIS1
Near SSUTTEE'S Corner,!
Capitol,
JACKSON, MISSIS
JT EEP CONSTANTLY ON HAND A
a line oi
DRUGS, MEDIC
OILS, PAIN1
LIBORS FOR MEDICAL
Fancy and Toilet Ar
SOAPS, PERFl
and CTerything usually kept in a I
Store.
THEIR SIGN IS THE RED POST ASH
MORTAR.
W Prtyripiions Carefully CompomMl
dcc2l,'81-tf.
THE JOS1TS0II E2V0L71H5 BOCS CA3B,
WnB lKBsrsai)E.vi Kinrr.VEa ADjTOiijujiioBooaa
oir ah x Hiuaiii,
AIt-XGAIiT PRESENT.'
INVALUABLE 10
Lawyers, Clerjrymen, PJiysIclann,
Ilitors, Eanlicrv, Teacluws.
merchants. Students:
And all who read Books,
CHEAPEST, STRONGEST, BEST.
fiend tor doscrlptlTO circular ana Prfoe Ust,
CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED
Addrees, BAKER, PRATT CO.,
Bock BatouC4 (lealer, ta "7ila In tho
10 Bond St., New York.
fiend 25 cents tor our Now Illustrated
."6.11, wiuiuverouu f IwHITrailonn nt Qui
jan.10,'83-
m
We cdntinno to
act saaoiici tors for
Tint ATI ta rsvni im
the United States, and to otbiinpst.
enta in Canada. Englsnd, Frsnoe,
Germany, and all other countries.
Thirlvaslv l
9rS9AiCI,lmina,n cf moola 01 draw.
ii Advico hy iriail free.
ftiiiS5Ji4S? throuRh us are noticed ia
tho SLIEVTIFIC AMERICAN, whieh hag
on?i ir,lw circnla. is the moBrinnu
work uocro;it8n'l published in tho
nrwVavantKe80l'8nnoticeover,
patontoo underetnndH.
lhislarge and splendidly illnstratod news,
paper ia pnbli s hedSvKEK tY a 20 a rear
SSm' tmitted to bo the beet paper deoted
vto iTJeIimmta of industrial
Handbook about patents mailedfree. '
FOR (iOOD GOODS AND HO
VALUE, GO TO
W. O. STRAUS
State Htft
I HAVE JUST RECEIVED AS
stock of
Dry Goods and Mil
EABIES Alt! MISSES CL0II
CLOTHING, HATS, CAPiJ
HOOTS AND SOm
Selected especially to suit the trade has
OJT NO TROUBLE TO SHOW G00W
PRICES WAY BEL0V ANY I)E1B
IN THE C0CNTBT
C'lllvinoo VOIllNLlf ff tlm Iriltfi of thin .1
I by an early call and examination of my 'I1,
! Attention of Fanners asked to largestockal
BAGGING AND TIES, COFFEE,
SUGAR, MOLASSES, FLOl'S,
AND TOBACt&l
at lowest market value.
W IIlOllBST MARKET PRICE PAIDrOlCDM
AND A I, I. COUNTRY PRODUCE.
oct4,'82-fim. W. 0.
W. A. whiting!
IS THE PLACE TO BOY
Carpets and Rngs
To Mate!
At New York Prices, Freight!
GENTS, BOYS and
CHILDREN'S CLOTH!
HATS, CAPS, ROOTS AND SHOES,
LADIES' niAlffl WALKING
JACKETS, ULSTERS, LACES, KJ
In fact all NECK WEAR, in endlew '"l
cneapest Co oest. l
House Furnishing Go
Of ercry description.
TRUNKS, VAEISK8, Etc., frota Chete!
9" No TnornLE to Show Goods-
Ask for whnt you want to see whether yon W
puroliase or not.
(' T T ( T 1, i , .1 .1..
at that. Small piwfits lire and let
iuuiw,
sep.27,'83-3m.
MY LIQUOR
Its purity, lien lthS n'' V0"' P"oi"eUrs for
qualities i 'am j ,,t Iflid ,n mrtJtFIl h
heen excelled. Bv tile .iwn')i? ! hm nt
feneration of f,il Iff i. '"rmentetion the
nl by the pe iwiM opiated!
rlonMutBtencerarorrnin. a" '"te
ePKilly reeemmVndid fS!if1.from th "P'rH. It is
" forn,p&uTp.PUri ole-
aZ?U,B' Wier Nel.m Co., Ky.
Jackson, Miss
DAMER0N & SWAI
LUMBER DEALERI
JACKSON, MIS
YARn IV W l.nru. . B.
Mills Hrookhavkw. Miss.
TEALER8 IN ALL KINDS OF BOUJ
' oressed Ybllow Fink LDt
and Lathe.
Pan fill .i ... .11 klnils
SHINGLES and SIaTHS direct bom

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