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The Clarion: Wednesday, March 21, 1883.
Centre-Shots.
It i said that the reductions made ia
triff by the new law, lowers the duty
itch. The devil is to pay in the Re-
nblicm party and hot pitch is wanted
t cheaper rate.
Inferring to the recent decisions of
U. B- Supreme Court blocking the
game of knne of the .States to be
Pe agents for the collection of alleged
aims of their citizens against other
jgi, the Republican ob-
-res that the thundering forth decis
D9 which strike at the heart of a lang
uned Republican policy, dissipates
ng-cherished notions in Republican
inds-
Xhe Chattanooga Democrat to the Ten
isoce Legislature, greeting: "To those
emocrats who are disposed to grow
jak-kneed over the Railroad Commis-
n question, we would suggest that
-. acctpiatfi in tlli,r minflti iir
or,ls political suieiue witn a laiiure to
....if i'io iir.iliIKi"; lf tlio tlotfretvi
...Hit itinlo fin.l K!lllot:rnol liv
Thisistheway the American Sentry
Bdiation, yet they are anxious to de-
t. lnn..l r,,l,,i. ,ilif ,.f ll,
-l 1. n.I...UL. J u
ot tins be a bold act ot repudiation, a !
ishonoring of the national money in
1 rii. . tn
R i;i ti Lilt i'i
Commenting upon the form of election
f Governor in Khocle Island, a contem-
,1. 11,. ,,.. K ;r ,.,i
: , f il. 11
Georcia full of half-starved faetorv
peratives, controlled by two or three
I. t..i : xi i .1
r . f 1 .A: l . 1
k nil lc til iritiiiui; .i viuui nu . 111,
: a I- til.-.Lt-
an unitiriiie toe condition 01 miotic
gland and the situation there.
Hon. D. L. Smythe, of Attala.
A CARD.
0 me voters 01 tne inn reniitoriui
, , . TT.... . e . I , L' i "1
District, composed of the counties of
Attala and Ijcake:
I take this method of presenting Bftjr-
clf to you as a candidate for the Scn-
j nnrl in floimr an. T rrd'or von to niv
nmHife .'lmoiiir von ;is 11 Democrat, and
my votes in the last Legislature as a
pfiK ator. Jh comimr lielore vou. I do
13 . ... . . .
1. w in rni 111 kiiiiw oil n-1 01 i. il i r-
1 . . I I , .
)u 11 1 II'.' so ioriuii;iu' as in in', cit'i it'tt.
I am, yours very truly,
D. L.. b.MYTHE.
Kosciusko, March 15, 1883.
(If there, is merit in a record of useful
- 11 r ...i sc.. u :..
L i . 1 - i i r i. L
wen uuiie goou itiiu minimi smtnui. ;
ppptit. nnninnnq r.n i nn t o i n
Fraternity.
At the recent meetings of the Boards
of (. elisors tor the several i ongressional
AyiE Ll o 111 i i i i uin im luirniii;,; , . i
First District Leonidas F. Cal
houn, jlooresville, Leecountv, and John
M. )rr, Cooncwar, Iee count v.
Becond Pistric i' -Joseph 1'. StovalL
-Longtown ; Chas. M. Henderson, Sardis;
.las. V. Williamson. Pleasant Grove.
Panola county ; f. C. Gholson, Jr., Mar
cus F. Scruggs, Holly Springs; Robt. A.
McCali, Hethlehem, Marshall county;
Jas. A. Moss, Andrew B. Holder, Ox
ford; Win, A. Montgomery, Harmon
town, Lafayette county; and John H.
Giles, Tiplerville, Tippah county.
Fifth District Robt. Lowrv, Jr.,
Robt. L. Buck, Jackson ;(!eo. W. baiter,
Cayuga, Hinds county; W. C. Wcathers
by, Monticello, Lawrence county; Benj.
F. Hendon, Moss Point, Jackson county;
J.B.V. Girardin, Biloxi, Harrison coun
ty. The Overflow in the Tallahatchie and
Yazoo.
Yazoo City, Miss., March 19. The
press telegrams from this point in refer
ence to the overflow of the Tallahatch
ie country, and characterized by some
as sensational, have been fully corrobor
ated by the officers of the steamer De
Smet, just arrived from Greenwood. On
yesterday morning Greenwood was sub
merged and the water was only twelve
inches below that of 1882, but rising less
rapidly.
From Greenwood to the head of
Honey Island the whole country is in
undated. It is reDorted that the Sunflower Riv-
er is coming into the Yazoo through
Wasp Lake at a noint near Belzoni.
Some discredit this report, believing it
to be water from th Upper Tallahatch
ie coming into Beer Creek, thence into
Wasp Lake and into Yazoo Kwrer.
Hok. Latch McLacrin, the new
Chancellor for the 10th District, made
his debut at Fayette, on the 12th. The
Chronicle makes this complimentary
mention of him:
"He presides with dignity, and ren
ders his decisions distinctly and intelli
gently. The judicial mantle that has
just been nlaced on his shoulders seem
to fit him well ; in fact, appears as if it
as specially made for him. It is no
hazard to express the opinion that this
district will have every reason to be
proud of her Chancellor."
The Michigan Greenback State Con
Tntion has voted for fusion with the
Democrats, and filled the gaps in the
hitter's State ticket, with the names of
Thomas R. Sherwood for Judge of the
Supreme Court, short term, and C. A.
billet as Regent of the University.
Over the State.
Anthony Yauger, of Tatecoumv, died
last week aged 92 years.
Rev. J. R. Parish has removed to Brook
haven where he has charge of the-Baptist
Church.
Capt. W. H. Butler, ex-sheriff of Law
rence county, has lately become a citi
zen of Wesson.
The Burgland Works at McComb Citv
owned by Mr. J. W. Wbitncv, have been
destroyed by fire.
The Macon 8un announces the death
of the estimable wife of Mr. H. W.
Foote, of that place.
The Copiahan announces the recent
deaths of Messrs. W. K. Walker. Judge
Xeyland, and Major A. J. Tillman, all
good citizens of Copiah.
The Louisville Signal notes the death
on March the. 'id of Mrs. Loula S. Hight,
wife of Mr. R. M. Hight, in the tweuty
eighth year of her age.
The Pascagoula Ice company are mak
ing preparations to can oysters, tomatoes,
tigs, okra, etc., thus offering a home
market for fruit and vegetable.
Shobuta Messenger: Mr. T. Damp
Hailes. about 55 years old, died at his
home in Clarke county last Saturday.
He was in humble circumstances but one
of the good men of the county.
Vicksbuig Herald: Hydrophobia is
reported among the cows and dogs und
animals generally at the present time.
Human U-ingw will do wc'.l to keep a,
close watch out for rabid curs, etc.
Fayette Chronicle: The cars on the
Natchez, Jackson, & Columbus Railroad,
run throuirh now, haviuK completed the
bridge across Bayou Pierre, and it is to be
hoped that they will not he interrupted
any more.
The Aberdeen Examiner regrets to an
nounce the death of Dr. E. Chastaine,
which occurred at his residence in Mon
roe county on the 11th inst., from
pneumonia. Dr. Chastaine was a young
physician or prominence.
The Gayzette says that A. V. Shearer,
E. Dabney Parish and Jas. W. Key left
Sunday night for Texas, where they will
permanently reside in future if success
ful in getting employment. All three
were born and raised in Raymond.
Fayette Chronicle: Last Saturday
morning, on the up trip of the train on
the N. J. & C. It. R,, quite a sad accident
occurred. One of the brakesmen, a col
ored boy, while coupling cars at Red
Lick, slipped and fell, and was run over
and crushed to death.
Crvstal Springs Meteor: The store of
W. H. Tribbette, of Terry, was burglarr
ized Tuesday night. The sate was drill
ed and blown open, and $800, taken.
The exploit is thought to have been
by expert cracksmen. Xo cine to he
burglars.
Raymond Gazette: Dr. Andrews, pre
siding elder of the Vicksburg District,
Methodist Episcopal church, has ap
pointed Rev. John Lusk to take charge
I of I'tica, Cayuga, Rives' Chapel and Bear
Creek churches the pastor, Rev. J. C.
Calhoun, having recently died.
The Meridian ibserver regrets to hear
that Mr. Murphy McDonald of Neshoba
county, is dangerously sick at his resi
dence, near Laurel Hill, with small-pox.
He went to Louisiana. a few weeks ago
on some business, and in going ami re
turning homs,' passed through New Or
leans, where it is supposed he became
infected.
In Coahoma county, March lii. the
ginhouse of Mr. John Powell, was
burned. It contained some live stock,
quite t quantity of cotton and yras full
of negroes, refugees from the flood, at
the time. The negroes, with the excep
tion of a baby, which was burned to
death, barely escaped with their lives.
The live stock and cotton were burned.
Two young ladies who are learning
the printing business in t ho Advertiser
office at Lexington, Miss., and who have
had respectively, three and fous weeks
experience only, can set nearly two
galleys of type a day, distribute their
own cases, empty their own sticks, and
correct their own proof. Well done
young ladies! The bright azure of your
dreams will vet be fulfilled.
Extract of a Business Letter from a
Subscriber.
Water Vali.i y, Miss., March 28, '88.
Editors Clariox Inclowd find pout
oflfice order for six dollars, and fifty ct'iiU,
($6.50), for three Weekly Clarions and
two other papers dabbing with C'la BtOX,
to be directed as follows:
I have been a reader of The Clarion,
for many years, and regard it as not only
one of our ablest papers, but the most
steadfast, consistent and uncompromis
ing advocate and exponent ot true Hem
ocratic principles, North or South, nerer
sacrificing great principles to policy, or
class interests, uur last ljegimaiure aia
some things it should not have done, and
neelected, or rather ret used to do wmti
should haye been done. It was entirely
too liberal, to use a mild expression, m
the long exemption from taxation ex
tended to corporations; and the way in
which the Congressional Districts were
fired iiu. was ridiculous, and mvitea
uglv suspicions, to say the least. I :nn
fearful our Legislatures, like our Con
gress, are too much under the baleful
influence of the Lobby Rings. Hut
enough of this. J- L. B.
Death of a Good Citizen.
As we go to press, wc learn oil the
death of Malcom Buie, Esq., at his resi
dence near Union Church on Friday
last. He was one of the oldest and
most respected citizens of Jefferson
county. He was a native of Robinson
N. O.. und eizhtv-one vears of
! V " 9 - "
age.
Correction.
In city sexton's report, published in
lout lanulll frhfi rnro of Mr. H.iniev r it
Patrick, who died February 21, should
have been stated as 53 instead of 63
years.
KM) I- Alt.
Failing!
That is what a great
many people are doing.
They don't know just what
is the matter, but they have
a combination of pains and
aches, andjeach month they
grow worse.
The only sure remedy
yet found is Brown's Iron
Bitters, and this by rapid
and thorough assimilation
with the blood purifies and
enriches it, and rich, strong
blood flowing to every part
of the system repairs the
wasted tissues, drives out
disease and gives health and
strength.
This is why Brown's
Iron Bitteks will cure
kidney and liver diseases,
consumption, rheumatism,
neuralgia, dyspepsia, mala
ria, intermittent fevers, &c.
Mr. Simon Yilanchard, a wtll
Vncwn cidimof Haycsvi'.lt. Meade
county, Kentucky, says : " My wife
had been sick for a long time, and
her constitution was all broken
down and she was unable to work.
She was advised to use Brown's I ron
Bitters, and found it to work like ft
charm. We would not now be with
out it for any consideration, as we
consider it the best tonic in the
world."
Brown's Iron Bitters
is not a drink and does not
contain whiskey. It is the
only preparation of Iron
that causes no injurious ef
fects. Get the genuine.
Don't be imposed on with
imitations.
T-ITi
i! u y
la composed of lierbui and MueUiuiuoua pre
i: ' , wine. i permeate the aitbataitcei 1
Iiungn, e.pectoratc tlie ucrid mntt
that c.i. lecui.i toe ltiouchiul Tubes, n;id tortBl
soothing coaling, h raUoraa lite
Itatlon that c.i . im tloeou-jh. ltelcuu v
t:ieluMc;s ot nil Impurities, (tr-i(ri liei
'hemwlieiacnfeelileil by disease, 'ii.i i
u:es the cireuluuua of tho t. i, end braced
ii'vnnisBytcm. Bl?r;ht colds often cud 1
?onaauiptlon. J t in laii(;erous to t: t I
them. Apply tho remedy prompi '
astoftwe iiy yutn wnrrnnts the n-w. ion th
110 it litc.'y has ever heen Cm ml Unit In :
1 l ompt i n leffeeUnsTIITT'S EXPEGTOKA'. .
A single (lose raises the plilcptn, suCsli.'
i 11 imuiatioii.aad ita ne fpeeu ! v cur the pio
ohittnatc wMtgaa A pleasant, cordlnl, clii!
I'.itn tnlit) it rcnilily. for trmip it )
hiraluaMe n.l f mold ho In everv faBkily
In litia. unit Si. itotrl.
TUTT1
ACT DIRECTLY OH THE L1VKK
Otl res t lilht unci Vcicr, 1 sMpr.i::
nick llenuaclte, Ullinus Colie,Cdnmlpi
aiuu, HliLumctisiTi, l iim, Palpitation i
the Heart, liiii. Xorpitl J.lver. am
I'etualo It-regularities. It yot do Dot "1
v ry well," a Binjjlo i-ill siiraula'cs thes'ornar'
itatorea(!iciripctita,i::rvi! ts vipor to tl.o lystsn
A HOTED mm SAYS!
X)z. T. r i : L'ar ft.n l or t,n yum I hnv
btca a iniutvr to Dypep iaCoasupttt.n an
1 iles, Laataprlny ywi ilHi1w?rj6'aeoipmcttl
torus; I usedtlieiii (hut rh li'.ilefuith). rr.;
now d well mau,Iavo pond apfietitc, dipaalioi
rerfcet, xegnhir s'on a, pi'n gone, an l 1 bsn
rallied rerl y Mmidi solid 'Ihey are woi'i.
t!;cir weiffhtin P"ld.
REV. R. I,. FIWPSON'.IuisTnie, Ky.
Oflice. fl Murray BU. IVew Yorh.
' nil. TTTT'SI .SIANPAI, of I scrl ,
Receipts I'lticn in application.
Animoiilated Marl For Sale.
4 t liiHo, I.astinc:, Fertilizerl-fiit
XtL "I in H""! flour liarivl, Z.'sllha. ei li- - bar
rels for Sin cash. Arrangement mar be made with
. im .1. li. (Menenl. at the tanital Mate Hank,
Jackson. Miss., to net the Fertiliser on time, until
the rrop is made, or longer, II desired, without In
terest. One ton t barralu will he put on rars of
V. & M. It. 15., for MlMA The oust rate of trans
portation Is prr low one cent per mile per Ion.
17 50 per ear load to Newton, one Thounn'l Tool
now for Male. For inforiiislion as to tminir the
Kertillser, either In enmpotinK, one barrel, with 6.
8 or 10 barrels of home manures, enquire either in
pcrKiu orhr IeiU;r,at I apilal ."tale Hunk, or ol
K. K. MTIUC KI ,.M.
At Brouiher 4 Browne's Feed anil I'uriiiohiiii; Store,
near the t'itr Hall, Jaikson, Misk.
Marl will be furnished at Jarksna. to parties
pesirlng lo use it on their gardens litre.
febil,'S3-m.
The Trotting Bred Stallion
EDGE WOOD.
TU- StANl) Fl lit Tilt SF.A-SON TO inn
11 menee April lm and end .Inly 1st. l'rice 115.00
for season, eash at time of sersiec.
Edtewood l without ib.uld, one of the noet nreo
fiorsi'f in the South.
He is li'. hands hiiih. s BeMUM MahoL-snr Hay,
and .1 years old.
1'KinoRF.K Mire Todd Hunters .Manil riuo. whose
dam and sire were both by the (treat Mauibrino
chief, dam Dixie br Little Arthur, by Imp.iileneoe,
her Ham llar)ers nip out oi a mare, ny cir
Archer
For lull particulars and IVdiirree addrw-
A. II. A A I.. RltAIH.r.Y,
Brownsrille, Miss., ria Holton.
Feb.i,'SS-lw.
II. II. MAT KM, JR.,
ATTORNEY-A T-LAW
Jackson and Ilazleharst, Miss.
II10MPT ATTENTION UIVEN TO ALL Hl gl
ness entrusted to me. Speelal attention psid lo
business In Supreme, Federal and I nite.1 ntate
CourU, and lo business in adjoining I'onnties. Spe
cial attention rie Ut the Colleetkin of Claims.
Address either o( the st ote places.
jan.I.'n-Cm.
IORN, OATS, BRAN AI HAV.
I i.'.l.len Dent Seed Corn, te.00 oer bushel.
Rrlnly Plow., BROIOHER 1 BROWNE.
n vorn, ez.is; p-r imlio-i.
feMl.'M-lt.
vt . NOV
T. A. ILER.
State St., JACKSON, MISS.
HAS ;n STt'K A LARGE ASIl KLHlJANT
assortment of
S .lnl C.ol und Rolled
rt Ji lVM.RV,
(inld ami Kier. Key r.!
wtewf wlwdtwg r iir.
Large lot of ( lurks, iectac!c, Ktc.
Some thing new!
Cellnloid EYE-CLASSES !
Thry are hi(h!y rreemmend. ami are ton to plmur.
The dull waMiri U now aitm.achttig, and my hills
f. llinf due, which will compel mr M n il MT(B4a
at prices never before (riven ou nich titxnu). 'Kee Um
poods and be convinced, that I mean juat what 1 say.
Kc.icnibcr, ulvo, that 1 do any Iktsg
In the Repairing Line !
and wan-ant all my ork.
T. A. Il-EK i.HaiuriKl.p'K Or.rt Stasiv
foVVS-:iin. fcrATr. ctwkkt.
KKMTCKY
Pi
T1IK "HKAlM'KSTHi:- ol'MYHAT MAV
N" railed the "Mraurht Wliiskrv It.Iercl." mak
ing whiskies which l.nu(! the highest price, appeal
to the niol cultivated tax'cs dud develop the culv
'.rue flavor and Uiuuet thai identities anddiftin
jiu'shes the fceuu Uml "tlil of t orn." . W. lim-ftt-'x
Xtinm Ctmn'jf i ' in a stcn4itrtt AVnwcty
n iry. sM by it MUIXEB A nN, JarttKOK,
Min.s. ' niarT.'fcVty.
SIOLFN!
rxsou mii m RseaiBrn, on the night
jP of Jam ai:y ."hi, urv hWC, fine, bmwif,
weU-taMd KENTUCKY HOl&E, lie has a short
neck, MtHe or no nsane, small t.til, ui'.ir;t: ly
small bend, n small Nbtt spet behind one el hn
entv, marks nf themllar on tp ol nc-k, works
well In hnrncss, moves plcasnnlly iu runnlna nrfcla
orfnx-lrot imdur f addle, soinetimcs paces and racks,
iskab .lit ,h or il rears eld, and cannot fail to aurae.
atlentinn anvwlieie. Is eause V. ''is size, OPtydUltttl
I and cet.. .me. 1 will pay IJn.oo In
tlo "lelnery ol UN liovc hci-e to me, MUO,M
on the apprchensii'ii and convict ion of the thief
W. 1. NUGENT,
Jackson, Miss., Jan. SI, ltsXI.
, SCHOOL iOTICB.
IiuvKoptKBii a SKLBCT ICHOOLFOR buys,
the number not to exceed twenty. Will prepare
the pupils inr I MUp or I'ustne
oet. V5,'i'J-Cm.
k. it, jaym:.
EED
RICK.-AMIIKU AND GRANDE
n hm 'ill-
jan.si.'KMini. BROUGHEB BBOWkTB.
;)()()
BALES HAY.
Biiot iinr.it A BitowNr.
jaii.S.'PS-Sm.
NOTICE
IS HEREBY GIVEM THAT THE BRITISH
Anierirti Asuranee t'tmipany, of Toronto, t'an
ada, will withdraw ilk aapoklt from the State li-eaii-ui
t, on the Ttb da- ol AiiEiist, IRtt,
' VM. 1.. IIEMIKOWAY,
feli"i,'.s;i-fini. (tale Tl'HSUItl,
brgais! iwReifSini
MR. THOM AH MARION, Iearl
StreM, is now MAilllJI out bin ti I f siovk of
try (.ihmIs, (iit rt, Croekery, GfcQfux! (JimmU,
etc., . tc, ;it t'lKl'. Ha t!0 tot MtlA, u lo1 of mo
Oiiti-1 ; ml rmni.uiv, whic!i heaflteffi at a i .n.n:i,
atui n KoOd RjfcflO. wlilcli run be bnnbt t boti. Al
t' ; A'- itock U cltirifi! out, tl.t Rtort 1m nath atut
thrflllJlttf It'M.ios upntulr1. will bfl fer Bofct
njii-T,;,-tf.
LABORERS WANTED.
E WANT 8000 LABORERS, IAY OR STA
lion w..rk, on N. 0., It. II., V. A M. 1!. II
I Mliovtl as ..lissi. siooi aue n. n. v.uu-i wai-saiei
stead
work lor six months.
SHEA, FORK A l RE A to.. Contractors,
Kalinvllle, Alililc On , Miss.
ch 7, 'W Ml
WANTED.
u t KM AND IOO TKAMB. to worli
) f f um tha Jackson and 'azco t itv flailroad
13,75 toil.no Her day (or Team; 11.50 tier day lor
Men. l'ay dav win u rot) want il. Apoly to
F1T2PA ntU'K, ROOSK CO.,
Coa tractors, P. 0. Box 102
j.vt Ks .N, Miss.. Wareh T, l(8-4.
NOTICE.
Ilii.MMi i! TBD8TEKS OF A. ASH M
I1C, will, on JlTilK wTM, next, at I In
c( lYoft sor for the Chair Of Xatheuiat
( Olll '
ICS ii'ii
lie tile-
l.nalish ldleruliire. Apptleatlosil can
h T. P. WATSOJS, BOOr.
-Hill. A. and M. ' "..y:e. Miss
mar7,'.s;i-;:ai'. HRO0GKER4 IlltoWSK.
HORSE AND CAT"iLt- PvV.'CUf;:
lUUI
C ...
No Hum will ill.' ot COUe, nm." or Ix
ri
vss, II rbntlrS Poweeri Srs used In time.
l'iMit" I'esriltrsvrOtenre nml prevenl 11.' ifi i
Fouut I'owders will I'itv.iii tr" is fnfl
Foutsl PewSeie iu ini rcn s tee enantlfy of n ilk.
itiu rreeni tveat p tet ami u.Bke ums bjnittii trai
RMl -H i I
I nuu'e I'owilers will rnr" or prevrnt nlmosl avtr.r
DifrSK to wlilrli MuFveum!'! ' atMesr nih.wt.
r'ofirs I'ow pfbs wul QtVa haiisracrioM.
koM eery'li'T.
DAVIP r. rrrrrr:. Proprietor.
Dr. David Daviosoii
nun season n new mmA
Of i.ondun, diiesen and Hen York.
7 - - Xorlh Rampart, - - 7
EW On LEANS, LA.
Author of "Practical Olsiersstions on Nervous De
bility.'' "I'.ssy on Marriage," etc. Ietuer ol
Anstoiny. Physiology, etc., st the Missouri
Stats Musi'iimof Anstomy.SSI. IaiiIs, Mo.
he to Inform the citirensof New Orlesni snd tI-
einlty that he may be consulted till th ot April
next at Ins nOOWs,
WO. 7 RAMPAUT STRKKT,
lletvw n I onal and CMstom house Strneii,
DAILY, from 10 . M. till 3 I. ., snd from
till S r. tt
'DR. DAVIF.SKN, having adopted as his line oT
practiie the treatment slut cure ol .
"M VT? VflTTS TiTRF.ASKS
hass tn reurs of study and reeexri h in that brsm h
of Mrdlcai Science liearlng siieelally on the mll'er
liigs arising from jrnuthful follies or indiscretions,
causing in rrons, mental and pliysii-al debility, snd
tin- hjwol all ritallty, and his long snd arlcd ex
le rieiKc in lbs 'nest Knropean hospitals, together
with yean of the most nucessful practice forth in
Kuro"s" and America, cnsbles him to gnsrantee
BELIEF TO ALL SI KFKUKHN
who consult him. Dt. Iavieson has lwen specially
and remarkably suorwaftil hi his
Treatment by Correspondence.
It is, however, desirable that at leaatnne personal
Interview h.nihl Is) had, if practicable.
Dr. DAVHXiN'S work, "Practical OWrvt
tloos,'' now in in Its DsHli edltiim, will be found.a
valuable guide, and may ! had Iree on application
to the anil or
Db. bAVlESON msy be consulted st No. " fUm
,irt trrl lielween I anal snd I uiUjnihouse streets,
I New Orleans, up to the 30th of April, arter which
hfo artdnws will ha No. 1T07 Olive street. Ml. Units,
where he has been iwrmanentlr kxwted foi many
(
years.
Oflice hours From 10 r. ., ami trom
8lo!r.. Sunday, 10 a. St. W2 r. ., only.
ieon, so-m.
S'l'ATr.iiift r O T11JS COIMAjITION CP TUti
HOME INSURANCE COMPANY,
Ol New York, on tho Slst day of December, 1982.
The name of the 0omtnv MOM K INSURANCE COMPANY The locality of
the Oftoftoiy i Nkw Yurk Citt, Rn YoK.
The aiiim.Ut ite Cipilal Slocir it $3,01 K) 000
Tlte amouutof it Cttpital paid up ia :' ,..VmJ
111!. Als-riS oK THK O'MTANY" ARK A8 fOLlAJWH :
i'aah on hand and in i lie hanu8 of Ac-t t or olhrr peraona 4T 86
Keitl r.-tii.e m.incumlxTed t;l,7M 27
Bonds owned by the tom:itiy and how they are - cured with the r.ile ol in
terest I here o, as h.llowa :
Untied KUte C t. Curreucv Hon.U t"r),'.0O 00
"4 , Boi.da of !'.V)7 119,376 00
4J e. Hood 399 tK Q0
" 8 c. Ilond- 3.376 13-'. 00
Mifisiasipri 4 Fc. Honda :V no 00
1). 1 find Hudson Cm. 0' Trc. Bonds of ItN IIK.000 00
0. C. C and I. First Mort. 7 -. lt iti.li Wl.tOO 00
N. Y. Lake Erie & 'V. K. R HinkinR Fundi Bonds 7 e . 214,(100 00
Utinkttk, VYarre., A PuisV ur It. R. Co. Bonda 7 tto S3 300 00
Uelits 10 the Comf any 8ocurod by Mortgage 1.1T2.787 44
ll.-lits o irrwir loured 491.37S 00
Debt f..r Premiums 22,li3 40
All oiher Securities , (Oft MM A)
Toul Afiselfi 7,20),4 07
1.1 A HI I.I I I r.
A mot; tit due of not t m to hanks or oilier credit org $
Losses adjusted and due
atlMi uiljusleil and not due Or1,?'.'.! S."i
tosses UllSiljtlsted 2I4,4I" 89
LosNcsin suspeiise waiiiiig lot fuithcr tirool 24 3.7 117
All other claims against the company. Resi r I) nacer.icd, etc 2,126,11 12 00
The great
The p-c.ik
any one
The grat
t tttOtanl insiin d in any one rik
t imotiiit iillownl Vy the rules ol'
-iiy, town erviUme
it anovitl allowed li) be insured
CotupftltWl ine r oialid by any lorcian pater r. men I oilier than a filate of (hi II n ion,
must uroi'Il evideu. to IB MalUtwCtion Of the Auditor that such Company has in
rental ifl the lUMkl of some one or nnn e "f the Si tes of this II nion, or of the U niied
Slaics, the amount of Osi llus-iiRKn ash KtrTt Tuoiisanu Dollaus, .id 1 1, i - , U
toofc hphl by ililsnaof ihe United StiUi.
HT ATE tlr' NEW YORK. 1
suf.
COUNTY Of NKW YORK.
1, l. A Hr.ALP, Vice-l'ref iilettt, ami 1, J. H, W ash sua n, Secretary ot the JIoiik Usna
A Nt'K (hmi'ANY or Nkw York, N. Y., MiM ilol.v sworn, ilcioso anil ay that the Forts
(loins is a tull, ir-ie iitnl eorrcci stai.emeni of the nlfairs of the saiil Company ihut the
silTnuraaee Company ia f bona, fiile owner of nt least One llunurtd and r'ifty
ThoMRane) Dollars of neiunl eash capitnl, InvMltd in slocks of at least par valu', or in
boidl or murtifiiKes of re a I isinle, worili double tho amount for which the same is
mortKUftori, and Ittat they aie the above desorilieil oliicers of said Insurants Company.
. 1). A RBAL0, Vio-PrtRidnt.
i' i J. II. VV ASH HI) UN, Secretary.
Sulisoribetl and Sworn lo before me, this Mib dav of February, A. IHH3.
l. s, QSHA&II
Know A't, Mkv nv tiiksk Trksbsts,
York, N. i. lo hereby snihonic any and
hoi oaliei ln.vc or Hiiioiiit in Hie Malool
panjl, to hccejit Riul teknOJrlMIS service of
lion or jir.iceeiliii'.; ajf UI'H: Uonuiaiiv in any 01 ine courts nl said nlati! of Mis-
i-sippi; nnd it is herein- ndiuitted niiil agreed that such serviee of the proeeas alore
ai.l shall he taken and held to he valid and sufficient i" tbt hehalf, iho same as if
ei veil iition saiil Ooinnany BOeerdiBg to the luws and praetloe of said Miaie, or of any
h r State, und all claims or wr:ol error by reason of llio manner of siinh service ia
!i rebl (KprtSsly wa.vcil and relinquished.
Witness our Elattdl and the 8"al of raid Company, this Iftjh day of Kcbruury A. 11.,
188:!.
I). A JKAf.D, Vioe-Presiletit.
11 " J J. II. WA8llllUKN,8eerclnr.v.
I CvTiify l lie foregoing Siatement to be a copy of tl ri,:innl on file in my office.
8. QWIff, Auditor Publio Aoaennts,
J. E. JOHNSTON & CO., General Agents, Atlanta, Georgia.
BARROWS & HAYS, Resident Agents,
!iiarl4,,So-.'tw. JACKSON, MIH3IS8IPPI.
FACTS OF INTEREST TO FARMERS!
0
rrhcre were 7,000,000 Bales of Cotton made
E lust year, and there will ho moro this. The Planter who placet hiti Got
ton in tin; market. I i rs t gets advantage oi tin- curly high prices.
The best Means of forcing ft Crop is by two of
SUPERPHOSPHATES !
Planters who usetl F rtili.ers hint year, reetived fully One Vint more for
their CottOO UlU tltOM who tlitl not.
200 POUNDS OF OUR AMMONIA.TEI) SUPERPHOSPHATE,
will double the yield, hesuIeK foreing the
PBICJ3 PER
GREENS
8-rf on 1 for Cn'.ah guc an '.I price list.
,r llftrse Power.
COTl'ilN ;IN The superior Hall Kclf-F'ecling
.'lOOtt.. Hale to loOUR's. seed cition.
CORN MIL1J The Htraub snd Bradford Mills.
TliltKINK WHr;KIJThe choice of VI diflerenl
S'I KAM KSlilNKM- Besides Ihe Murray, I am
Porter the llamhlin. the Hoadlcv. the Naifle. an
TRAMWAY UKKiINO IXXXlMIrrl VKM; Ikdlers,
riEAPERS
BDJisfcI1issjsssjssssssawssjssjss
STEAM ENGINES
KitBwMstM tJ uutjA
ssssslaaaaaaaHsslBB
Of the most wipular makes. Other tilns thsn Hall's, Cotton Presses, Hay Rakes, Hulkjr Plows and Cul
tivators, Cane Mills, nice Mills.
PLVNTA.TION CO TTON SEED OIL MILLS.
In short, all descriptions of Machinery and Labor-Maving Agricultural I m piemen Is, ot Ihe latest In-
veneion.
pur Now that you hse the money from sale of yonr lottnn is the time to buy what you need In Ma
chinery. Write for what you want and bow you wish lo buy. Time until next Fall, uneo part, will b
given to responsible customers. Mlsteen years in Ihe business is a guarantee of my knowing w list 1
adapted to tills section Remember I sell no shoddy Machinery. Address
G. 0. BlSTAMMTE, Maniifactorm' Agent,
j;tti.:U,'M3-.'lm. JACKSON, MISS.
J. W. BEATY.
AGENT Full-
THE QUEEN
OK KNCJ j A
KKITIIHH i.UKKIC.i CO.
Oeorgia Home Insurance Company,
AN uikrai. Aammx von thk
New Orleans Insurance Association.
otsitblo Rntr-si n any other Itrpon)ibr 'npnls-s.
GIN HOUSES INSUUISD.
OFFICE Ol HTATi: H I"., OVKR C AIMTAI, STATU BASK,
JACKKO.H, MIiniistIPPI.
may24,'KJ-
$,4H,m oi
,
t
f aid ('otitpanv io be insured in
Varlrs.
any one lilotik Varies.
V. USSBfl, Notary 1'itblio, KinR County.
Thn' lh Hohk I nsu a a mk Company or Nkw
all Atrenn that, said Company lias or may
Mississippi, lor or on hoha.ll ol said I om-
nil irnctsa, whether in sin- . r final, in any
crop from 10 ilnys to two weeks.
TON, 830.00,
FERTILIZER WORKS,
1
,1
For a Reliable and Substantially Built
Knglue of lire.il Power, with all Ihe latest Molrru Im
provenienta, I offer the MDRitAV ItJIfniTIlt
Portable, Pt ached Portiiblv and MUttlnnary. Mote of them
old in Mlsslmippi in II years thin any other hUigine.
MAW MtlttsV "f nil sires and liest makes, trotn ilS) up,
a-cordlng lo slirc.
BONK MILL Kitty Dollitrs will buy thn WIISoN HONK
MILL, with which you make your own Rone Dust and
lirlnd Feed, slsn.
THK PKNN 11ABROW For Thirty Dollsrs I will s. II yon
Ihe Penn Harrow, being six Harrows comblued in one.
Took Premium st Atlanta Fslr over all others,
HAY FllKHMKM The I li lienor fcr Hand l"ower. The Ied-
tttu, Mskes s fine sample and rcry large yleW. Ortr
None superior.
makes.
pre i red to furnish Ihe I'hanii, Ihe Wslortown, the
1 olner liopular I'.ngines. Alan.
(Kipular Kngln
g, Mhafting at
Hulling, Mhafting sod Pullle
MOWEHS
INSURANCE CO

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