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The Clarion: Wednesday, May 30, 1883.
8 The Clarion. Official Journal of ta3 City of Jsokson RAJLEOAD TIMS-TABUS. Yiokibnrg snd Ksridisn EaUroai. oini Rant -TmMmmK, rrivo 10:0.1, p. ei tSrctSI -'0 p Hi I Way KreiIH. on T.ie1T". T,!,,..n,I.Sturj!lrH,.ril. V... ... kW :i0. ; Through Kn-ijljt, arrives 1W p. m , lioVe-Mad. arrive J 20 a. m , Wv 3. W a. m 'Bjpnw. leave ' nT? fr"m Yhlnbunj .-.) . in.; Way ! retain, on iim.,, Wednesday Kriday, arrirf 5 p. m , cave CIV p. m; Through I reigni, i a. m.; leave - ) a. n. .lUflN SCOTT, 'i-n M.IIHf K. 1. Rawobth, Seperiytondcnt Jso. W. Ci.imuan, USN Agent. Satchei, Jsckioa Colutnbua Hailroad. TiMK-Tam.il No. I, AT A run. WtH. li A. M. TRISS 0fM KAST No. 1, Mail, daflr Arrlm at J km H;l)p. in UewSe Nati ?.:Wp. m. ., : Ir.-ihi. daily eaoept Ifantay-IfSVe" eaS.'Ala. m., a rives at .lacUson lt-.IU p. in. ta. iioino inn, Uo. i. Mail, daily lavi .lacUson I'.SJ a " Arriviss III .-Mt.licz 1 1 : ... m. Ho. 4. furiarhl. daily except Bttnaaj Jackson at ":W a- E. I. I ito.tr, Oeu 1 wt' t. c. . Jouuaon, (.. 1'. Ag'i Illinois Central Hailrsad tkin OOlKfl SOUTH. liMVM Arr.viu at Nate lies OIW No. '.' Kcnnaa, arrives vr, -l-avw :oo p. in. I -Mail, arrive, 12: ;s. Ji'afia i-i" a. in. " -Mis.'l Train, arrive r :!' ! .i0 p. aotun wii rii. No. 1 Kxprew, arrive hwvisi 10:M p. in. ; M ill, arrive. :t SKI leives ;t ::ir a. in. ' 7 Mixed Train, arrive, SiSO leave. It50 a. a 0. 1. Ili'lMi, AiJ"lit. C, K. HkbavRi Bup't. llono K W. -l.RKK, Aet'ng liiv. Snp'l. J. W. CoLKMAN, A. (.. 1". Ag't. .1 c CLAUKK, Pfeat. and Ua, Han'(r. Alt!'. AUTHORISED TO AMKOUNCK IIoh tor re-i-Iccum Jth Judicial Iitrlct for District Attorney fur Hi" LOCAL Al OTHBR sttTt'.s. Notice. All Subscriber to stock In the llrn.nimi Association, ami all others Interested In III formation, will meet for organisation In the Beuata Chamber tlii.i Werloraiiay ivtnlng m 5 o'clock. The United Btatea (V;irt will ad journ this week. Bishop Thomosoa will prciich lit ,st, AndniwH church inxt Monday niglit. -We are indebted to lion. Wm. Handy, of Madlion, for the pleasure of n call. Hon. J. M. ,Jayiu of Ofeenville, called at Thb Gabion office last week. Ret, Wi L. 0. Hunnicut, I'rowidinu; Elder, will hold difine seryice in this city next Babbath. Dr. ialloway unnotincod lint Bun day that, serrifiei would probably be held in the new church building on next Sunday Week. Change of schedule in arrival and departure of Express No. 3. and nixed tniin going north, I. 0. it. It., took eflbct Sunday. See schedule. Mr. (Jeo. Lemon and the Mi'nsen Dobson and Watt sailed from New York lact Saturday morning on the steamship Anchoria. The Capital Light (iuards were out for regular drill Monday night. They make a fine appearance, anil arc con stantly improving in military tactics. Hon. 0. B, Mitchell, State Senator front Pontotoc, was in the city yeter day on professional business, and favored uh with a call. The Gem Company excursion to Natchez is announced for June 12th. Taiv for the round trip only 1.A0, with corresponding rates from other stations. A rail-and-river excursion is in con templation for Friday, June --d, for the pleasure of nil who may participate! and for the benefit of tho new Methodist church. The Lawn Party which was to have taken place at the residepce of Col. W. L. Nugent Friday evening has been post poned until further nouoe, on account of sickness. Thanks to our friend Capt. W. T. Holland, Scrgeant-at-Amu of the Mis- M--ipi House of Representatives, for a pleasant remembrance in the form of early peaches from his fine orchard. Kie peaches are getting quite plen tiful in this market. Some tin:' speci mens, grown in 1J;'V. 0. Johnson's gar den in this city, were placed on our table last week. We noticed quite a large number of Strangers in the city during the past two weeks, from different portions of the State, attending U. S. Court and the Levee Convention. We enll attention to the card of Capt. PhiL Hammond In this issue w hich speaks lor itselt. v ant. Hammond is prepared to do all work in his line and guarantees satisfaction to all who may favor hint with their orders. Messrs. J. W. Gardner A Co., will open a first class hotel, saloon and res taurant at Flora, on the Yazoo & Missis sippi Valley Railroad in a few days. Flora is a new station lately established on this road. The Masonic fraternity of this city have in contemplation an excursion that will include Vicksburg, a ride on a fine Steamer to Natchex, and return by the "Little J." route. That would he a'.pleas ant trip indeed. Our esteemed confreres of the press, Capt. MoNeely of the Greenville 'limes, lbm. J. M. Liddell of the Greenwood Flag, and Col. Youngblood representing the Vicksburg Post, were among the re cent callers at The Clarion sanctum. Apropos of the recent chicken steal ing in our city, the following lines from the ieorgia Major come, in well : Pp man wlmt pend." on dc monU-r for tor cn An' traki 'I m tip 'arly in dc monilti', May some time fin' uat do rooster la no rao' ilut WttS atolen ., 'a I 'onra fore the dnwuin'. Pearl Ixidge will meet to-night for work in the third degree, on two can didates. Tho Lodge will bo called to order promptly at 8 o'clock. A full at tendance is desired. Refreshments will be served during the evening. Supreme Court will adjourn Monday next. Wc are gratified to learn that our young townsman, Mr. John H. Boyd, "was awarded the second prise in the in tercollegiate oratorical contest at Nash ville, on the 25th inst. Five universi ties competed two from each. A young gentleman from the University of the Smth (Sewanee) won the first prize. If r. Bora't subject was, "the eclipses of genius." The public square in the rear of the Kxcutive Mansion is to be enclosed during the summer. Mayor McOill will lie pleased to receive subscriptions in cask or material. This square might be transformed into a beautiful park, with walks, shrubliery, flowern, etc. The city fathers are well disposed in the matter, and if the community will SSMtist in the manner suggested, this eligible but now unused square may be made a place of pleasant resort. Col. Wm. J. Berg, the Tiavellng I'assenger Agent for the Chesapeake and Ohio Railway, is in the city, stopping at the Snciitilor lion1. We have fust passed over this grand highway throagh the niui'-ttra-s State and the Old Do minion, and can conscientiously com mend it to all w ho appreciate closo con nections, great speed, safety ami com fort, to say nothing of the grand and ever-varying scenery which this splen did route affords. There is nothing like it, and "don't you forget it," when ar- rsnging your programme for a summers absence or a business trip northward. -We regret to learn of the serious illness of Mis Carrie Olenn, oi New Or leans, niece oi JUage ra. n. nsimera and of the late Hon. D. C. Glenn, form erly Attorney-General of Mississippi. Miss Glenn has been occupying a posi tion in the New Orleans Mint for about a vear or more. Some months since being attacked with the disease from which she is now suffering, she re signed her position in the Mint and came to Jackson on a visit; change of climate and rest from the sedentary life she had been leading made a mark ed Improvement In her condition, and she returned to New Orleans and re sumed her position. A few weeks since she was taken suddenly worse, and alter securing a leave of absence, returned to Jackson, anil stopped with her aunt, Mrs. Chalmers. She has been sieidily growing worse and at last accounts h r COMMENCEMENTS , Tribute of Respect. At a meeting of Middle Claaa o( the Kute Normal College, Nashville. Tenn., held j Thursday. May 2lth, 1HW, the Committee on Resolutions reported the following, which were unanimously adopted : WnEBrAM, It has pleased God in his infi nite wisilom to remove from our midst our rerv worthy friend anil rlassiuate, Gkorok H. t'oSTKR. of Jackson, Miss., who by reason f his trueness of heart and nobleness of life especially endeared himself to his class-fellows, and" scarcely less to all his other Col lege aaiates ; and, W it bb K as, We fet-1 that by his deaih wc have sustained a sad and irreparable loss ; therefore be it JbssfwsT, That while wc deeply deplore bia death, We humbly submit to the will of our Fattier, who doeth all thiut." well, and who is too good 10 be unkind. 2d, That the sorrow of the family of the deceased is shared by his chUMOUte and friends, who knew him well, and loved him lor his many virtues. 3d, That his des'. be draped, and that the members of the Middle Class wear ciupa for I he remainder of the present term. 4th. Thai a eopv of tbeSC resolutions be sent to the family of our departed friend, ami ftlafi to the pipers of Jack ton and Of Nashville. !l. I. in kk. S. (' , E. (' BaASaoK, N'. ('.. V. . G. Whmkr, Ark., Mist M mil A. TODO, B. '., Miss AuCs Bmmmso, Ma , Mis-. A. UPcstJOoa. Mliw.. Committee on Resolutions, w. W. Mn.i.w, v,i.. President. Nichols, Va., Secretary. STEDMAN & CO. Tougaloo TTniversity. This flourUhiat? institution closes iU most prosperous school year to-morrow, when the ; R1B liter!." exerci.es of the graduating class j We open the season to-day with a BAR- ... 1 - .1 Vw.i will take place, there win ue i hibition to-night, and the afternoon train leaves in eood t me lor an wuu tend. All are invited. Special Rates and Special Trains. FOR STOCK-BREEDEK'8 ASSOCIATION, STATE HURTICCI.TURAI. BOCIKTY, A.N IJ A.AMi M. COLLEGE COH-MEXCEMEST. -Mrs. J. H. Bo,d the remains of "- narru, W j J about two years ao .7 M immediate Mend, Z? V. E Te condition is tlioiiKht to be hopeless. Miss Glenn is a voting ladv of about 23 years of age. Her bright disposition, true womanliness of character and ear nestness of purpose coupled with the honest desire to gain her own livelihood by the labor of her own hands made her popular with all who knew her. W ith these were combined an intelligent mind and a sweet disposition. P. S. As we go to press we lenrn that Miss Glenn is in a dying condition. Obituary. Bl II POBVKB, MO of I). 1'. I'or (I the leabody Normal 8 bool ut Moshvill May 1Mb, lss.:. He res bora SI Jaekaon, Mi Jsntiary 12, 1868, making him little over -i rears ne. few yonns atea iia.l wo Krilit a prospect usefulness before tbeiu it" li" bad. It wai his irn fortune, to be bleatod with the (aeu)ty of tasnirlai oonSdsnoe and making friends. He wjas in eery souse of llie word, rellahle. There was never a doubt a.1 to what hi opinion wi, or what he would da, In any matter Involving a principle of riht mnl wronx. No young man hail a higher standard of Integrity, and with Ibis higli standard, he hail the moral courage to do the rigin in every emergency. Tim writer hat seen him discharging his duties among three hundred boys, and he never failed to command respect of faculty and students. He was fortunate tn Its being conceded, thai he could not ilo otherwise than what Was honorahle anil right, ile was faithful in work, Industrious and careful. in n.ive nnu lor a menu, was a privilege. Ile was to his father and mother, imlh a companion anil a comfort, few can realize the lilank left behind blffl at the family hearth-stone. All who know him will dr ip a tear of sympathy for the bereaved fathSJI mother and family. May our Heavenly Kal her, who known what is boat, console these grief-stricken hearts. 8. l. Ll We are requested by Gen. S. D. Lee, President A. M. College, to state that ar rangements have been perfected with the M. ic i). R. R., to sell excursion tickets from Jackson, Tenn., to Meridian, at one fare for the round trip. Tickets will be on sale at nil the offices of the company within the limits suited from June Kith to 19th inclu sive., and return coupons will be good until Saturday, .1 tine 33d. A special train will run betw een Stark Ville mid the College ground . hiring the days of 17th, lOth, 1WW ami WB. The V. & M. B. H. will eB round trip ticket! at all stations at 6 cents per mile to all persons desirin,' to attend, as above. The sale of thoroughbred aad grade stock will take place on luesuay, ivtni aiso an address on .same day, from Dr. McKay, I'resi dea? State Borticsltural ciociety. GOV. l.owry's address is on Commence ment day Wednesday, June UOtll, Whitworth Female Colioge. nt exercises ol tiustoi- GAIN SALE of "Wlxit Groods! In the offering are White Piques, at 5 cents; Checked and Striped Nainsook at M cents; Victoria Lawns at 10 cts., and 18 cent. Paris Muslin, Persian and Linen Lawns, etc. Every piece and price a bargain. LADIES' UNDERWEAR ! We received by Express to-day an en tirely uew line of Summer Style. Ladies' Sets to Match. Ladies' Dres ii: Ladies' Corset Covers etc. CHILDREN'S WHITE DRESSES. Infant's ls'ig Dresses, aud lmants Skirts. For style ami workmanship the-e gar ments are nnsurpi tee prices as low United States. their interment in cemetery. tkfsa fit icqnei Ylurul...: iawav . inr an mini, 1 : . 6" streets so hi put huSSS a few days since- sweep of them. Tvl,! needed and we are -ha been well done. bo A number of silk wo, sent to The Cla.io, !? bution last week, byMrTft of Corinth ! J I'.h S distributed. Mr.CmJ .... t. . M anv no may wish to ministry. Our i: . .lit- f n i i r 1 I ., l ... I..,.,.,., duu nesiries it 14 fit iha anm. a! ployment, specially goitefj ec'wear Choice slylcs rcceiv,sl to-dy maylli's;!. Bsfors buying you, lir o J ..-.sei'l ; its any mat uid we guaran- et in the The cornmen n lege ure as follows : one 1711 a. m Annual B rmon, by Rev. FellX. Hill, New Orleans James Smith. 4 Among the names of gentlemen par ticipating in the proceedings of the Southern Historical Society, at Nash ville, last week, vre noticed! that of "Hon. .lames Smith, of Glasgow, Scot land." We have reason to believe that this is our ante helium townsman, who hopes to slip in upon his relatives and old friends here without, notice. He had left home for a six weeks recreati n, and for perhaps his butt visit to Mississippi, where he lived and labored in his early manhood. Ho is on terms of great in timacy with Ex-President Davis, and doubtless expected to meet him in Nash ville, and being disappointed thereat, we presume Mr. Smith is now enjoying himself at Beauvoir, Should Mr. Smith visit Jackson, he cannot escape some sort of a public demonstration that will show the esteem in which be is held here by the old citi sens, and by a generation of young peo pie who have heard of bis good deed' and who have rejoiced at his success in life. We do not know when Mr. Smith came to Jackson, but for a score or more of years prior to the war, bis namewaa prominent in business, fraternity and social circles. He was one of the charter members of Jackson Fire Company, No 1, organized May 1st, 1S39, and of his as suciates only a few survive Messrs. 0 H. Manship, John Sharp, II. B. Evans James Black, and perhaps others. Mr. Smith returned to Scotland in 1865. His younger brother, Robert A Smith, (who was afterward the gallant Colonel of the Tenth Mississippi regi ment, and who was killed at Mum fords villo), continued the business of stoves hardware, etc., on the premises now oc capied by Mr. Isydore Strauss. Mr Smith sold this property after the war and appropriated the proceeds to the public schools of Jackson. On the breaking out of the war, Mr Smith invested largely in Confederate bonds, and by his purse and jwn gave material aid to the cause, tie sent a six-pounder brass piece and twenty-live Belgium ritles to Jackson. The beautiful granite shaft that marks in our cemetery the resting place of his gallant brother, was shipped by him from Glasgow. At the recent re-union of the Presbyterian congregation in this city, be remembered the "auld kirk" with a fifty-pound ster ling draft. Mr. Smith ranks among the millionaires of Glasgow, but ho is now, as he was forty years ago, one of the plainest and most unassuming of men. Ile visited this country in 18.VS or 1859, and was shipwrecked on tho Arctic, and the basket in which he floated until picked up by a passing stenmer, the Cambria, occupies a place of honor in his parlor. He is an uncle of Mrs. O. L. Gaston, and one of her daughters bears the name of the vessel that saved his life. A Teacher s Tribnte. Iter. Dr. Bottdebnsh being called on at the banal MR. Uno. H. I'oitTKR, by the officiating minis ter to make some remarks touching the life anil hsraettt of the deceased, said: That owing to tho intimate and Interesting association which had isie:i between the Seer departed friend and him self he occupied tiio place of a mourner rather than that of one called upon to speak words ol coinlort to others. He said it was useless for him to speak of th ihle traits of character of this young man to thorn, among whom he hail been reared. His manner of life from his early childhood up was well and favor ably known to them all, and needed no comment to augment bis virtues in their estimation, But he said, ho was there to speak of what he had ol served in the life of his young frleud and pupil as it appeared to those who knew him at a distance and had soon learned to regard him as a youth who was in every every respect worthy of their ea and confidence. If it he true that we do not know uien until we kuow how they are accustomed to act n iiiuows mat our estimate ol tlicir character is to determined by their conduct at home and abroad. If we know what their lives have been at home, and then learn their conduct when removed from Uiose restraints, and tender associations which were calculated to keep them in the paths of recti lude. wc have the. test of character. In the llfo and OOndtti I 01 this young loan have the most satisfactory '. idence, Isith at horn. and abroad, of a purely unselfish disposition and ourse oi coiintict which snowisi mat lie was aeiu nteii ny the purest motives, there was never anv loulit as to how he would art in any case wh principle or a sense5 of right was involved. Ai student he was diligent and faithful in tho di Ohafge of his duties. As a member of It College, his influence was always on the sdc of good order and of truth and justice, and y exerted in such a manner as never to give offense hut to command the respect of his associates. was highly esteemed by the citizens, honored bis Instructors and beloved by his companions. youth could have more fully met all the rciutri mcnt.s of being a reliable and useful man. The Doctor then spoke of seeing him for the last time Nashville, where he hail secured for himself tin same good name which had been so universally awarded him in his own .Slate. Wherever ho was known his name was tho synonym for whatever was manly in iH-aring, chaste and prudent ill con duct After speaking of bis fidelity to his young friends and associates ut college and entreating them to Im itate his example and to cherish his virtue.., he con cluded with this appropriate exhortation of the apostle's! " Finally, brethren, whatsoever things arc true, whatsoever things are honest, whatsoever things arc just, whatsover things arc pure, whatso ever things are lovely, whatsoever things are of good report; if there be any virtue, and It there be any praise, think of these things." For these things may truly be said of him to whose memory you have paid your last tribute of respect. As-OCUltlOll. June 1810 a. m. Kssavs and Recitations, bv Seniors. 3::J p. m. Anniversary of Alum- n Association. H (XI v. M. Grand Concert. uhc 18 11 a. if. Commencement. Ad dress, by It Gov. G. I). Shands. S v, M. Laying the Horner Stone of tli e "Institute," by the Grand Lodge of Masons of Mississippi W . U. 1'ax ton, 1. U. U., pre Hidim;. All the Lodges within convenient reach of Brook- hsven have been invited, tine 197 to 10 p. M. Sociable. KOTICE. Ministers who expect to he present will Iiiease noiity me ly postal, anil i win nave onies provided tor them, it is now ex pected that an excursion train will bo run rum Uniiton tt llrooKnaveii 1 uesilav. J .'in June; leaving Clinton at about 7 o'clock vt, II. V. Johnson. i . .. . . .. yu warn a nice suit ,,f tn:illc f-iHuts nn.l .1 .. . , . X , .,. ,crJ, suit t.ie times at Laz. Kaha'i. BUTTERICK'S PATTERN'S ! The Bill Lading for these goods is 8 i M . Anniversary of Christian dated May 21t, and We calculate upon upon their being here by the 1st, any way. $1,250.00 is the amount of the first bill lots of money tor paper but we intend to keep everything in the line. Millinery Department. Mid-Summer styles is what will come in next. The "Sea Shell" is one of the latest, and it will be here this week. Pie-Nic Hats and Seaside Hats we expect by Saturday. SUNDRIES ! Our Man's Shoe at $1.00; Jeans Pants at $1.00 nil bargains. Moleskin at $1.50. "Monakch," h our One Dollar Shirt. Men's Hats in Wool and Straw, 50 cts. STEDMAN & CO. Starkville Femals Institute. j he graduating exercises of this institu tion will tike place Friday morning, June 15th, when Mr. C. II. Alexander will deliver the annual address. The art levee will take place Unit night. On the Sabbath preceding, Rev. 8. K. Taylor, of Columbus, will preach the Commencement sermon. On Thursday morning, 14th, there will be recitations, niu sic anil calisthenics, and on Thursday night the annual concert. LETTER LIST. Chamberlain-Hunt Academy. The Commencement exercises of this in stitntiou for hoys, located at Port Gibson, will lake place on Monday and Tuesday, June 18 and 19. On the Saturday preceding, a medal will be awarded to the best speller in Study Hall ; on Monday morning, a med al to the best reader in Preparatory Depart ment; on Monday night, at Odd Fellows' Hall, a medal to the best declaimer, there being eight contestants ; Tuesday morning a medal to the readiest calculator; Tuesday night, the final exercises at Presbyterian church, including salutatory and valedieto ry addresses, Sad the awarding of budges and medals. List ef letters remaining in the POBt- office at Jackson, Hinds county, Miss., for the week ending May 30, 188. Adams, Miss Acklin Johnson, Miss Sattie A must, Miss Maggie Johnson, Laurence Anderson, Miss StellaJones, M. F. Bagtell, M. I). Jones, W. C. Hanks. Nelson Kistncr, Miss Mary Berkley, Mrs. Hub-Kirkpatrick, Hut by bard Blair, A. E Blackman, Dan Broemaer, Ueo. J Brown, Burnet Brient, Julia Brooks, Coleman Lee, P. J. Leo, P. B. Livingston, Important Hews for mers. tin Wcilnou.lat' .1... n... rcslmniteiit. :tri,-..,t ... l. . i SI iim it cueering words of elc dial shakes trom many friendi. l occasion wus indeed chferiiitl gratifying to our sense of patnJ li nu.i very generally '.indent out Noxubee and neiehhnri.,,. on this eventful occasion u. charming country village then , practical test oi iarni niachia crowu was surprisingly lam at least three hundred iL grounds, a l of whom teemd. cerneu sou interested In then test There was unite a lam. farm machinery on the grountbd seemed to be in the hands of ika tors. The contest wa btTMil the Mcuormick and theChniiiH the operators of which allien victory. A committee wai stli machines properly started. I half an hour's cutting the Ch in uiiil gave up the field. lhc judges then stopped machines, and said in reudenngl incj were not mmiuar witn & this nature ; that thev had noe operating Reapers, and though lticiinen to renuer a aecuion, I il ned it. Mowers in the field and a ot Cultivators lhc iiiovnul winch entered the test tvereus Meadow King, the Bucket, ! mick, the Woods and Cham one present seemed pleased ation of each machine, thnuthiti lly agreed to by nil duintrn that the Meadow King wassw respects chiefly among which i tv of construction and lightus Manv sales of this valuable mid made on the grounds by Mnntl Hanks, the agents at Uoiuminnq T. Moore, the gntat lleetur II. Gmur. from the hrm in manufacturers of the raachiw charge cf the Southern branrW rlstown, Tennessee, wanprewtl Mr. Gregg is a wide miei machine business, and ii much eood for the bouth. l ih Anv when every farmer ill 1 supplied with machinery of toll Miss Le. He Lea Female College. The commencement exercises of Lea Fe male t'ollege.at Summit, will take piece on the night of June ISth. An interesting programme for the occasion has beci re ceived. Lock, Sugos Molin, Mrs. Mary Martin. O. W. Brown, Miss SapemyMarshall, Mr. Buiiton, Miss MaudicMcKav, Miss Fannie liramlett, l. C. McCormack. W. r Brown, Mrs. PluriS Mosele.y, Mrs. Murray, Daniel A Myers, Jane Neat Mrs. Mary O'Kouke. J. A. l'Qrter, Ellen Purccll, Jno. Puckett, Emmet Ramsey, N. W. Runner. J. W. Last Week's Cold Weather. Bradford, Robt. Buckman, Lewis Carter, W m. Cakry, Miss Dollary Chrlstmoa, Fleming Clay, Henry Clark, Rich ird Conlcy, Thos. Cowan, Wm. Domingues, Miss Ber-Bush, W. B. tint beyport, Kate Douglas, Miss Hen-Shatthals, Win. run ta CMmpeon. amuel Foley, Mrs. Smith, Dan Gardner, Charlie Smith, C. B. The foregoing is from tat I Progress, published st West 1 Meadow King Mowers nd are for sale by L. F. Chiles, I of Crescent Warehouse ConpuM Miss. Don't fH to visit the l'inilni Clothing Sou1 0 fJHL Knhn's. Thermometer during the past week, "iv, Elms laylor, Geo. . . , , ,, Geddings, Miss JancWare, Joseph T. at fix o clock A. M., on sheltered gallery Gerneny, Daniel Williams, Cornelia stood as follows : Green, Grant Williams, Frank Monday 56 degrees 2 A.IisMa8ie Z)"' M1Jch Tuesday 4t degrees clnesday 4(i degrees Thursday 52 degrees N. tt. Freezing point is 32 degrees. E. v. Seotter, Harris, J. M. Wilds. Lucy E. Hardy, Mrs. Eliza Withers, E. M. Hewry, Chas. T. Williams, Hattie Jones. Miss Toblthk Wright, llorinau Johnson, Miss RebecaW.-ight, Chas. B. Youngblood, Jack Persona calling for any of the above let ters will please say "advertised." Geo. C. McKee, P. M. NEW ADVERTISE! LOST! N OR A ROUT THE 22D II lHJCKI'.T-lltiOK, ciintainmi! i ,..v v..ml r:ii I ro.nl !. pcrs of no value except t ward will tie pain no " "v this omcc. niay3,'S3-lt CaTJt. Phil. JACK80S. MlSS-i I RAUGHTSMAN, CIVIL EHflJ m uirrpT wi reieov ms yn.lbv.f "... ----- ... U( in ins one. a iioclw ! -v,ii d.sin'd. Orders left st..spfP"'J iiromotlv iitiended to. 9auw" ' may:to,'s;i-itv. HTATK OF MISSISS1B1 Jacksos.Mu' BHEREAS. It aptietm f offlw, that them wa,piywj of May, ISM, a reward : Oiwrw j AH ;ools sold by us lu the City, will be de livered free of Drayagc. 6. Lkmly & Son. Gentlemen's Fine. Shoes. Manufactured hy ,Tas. A. llonister and L. noydeii, A Cs)., Newark. R. I 1 niayl6,'8:i. At A. Virpkn's. Just Received, oar Spring uiul Summer Hats. at Let. Kahu's. Just Received a flnc and well selected stock of Clothing at Kir. Kahn's, Shnqualak Female College. The commencement exercises of this flourishing; institution, of which Prof. L. M. Stone is President, will take place from June 10th to 18th. Rev. A. H. Berkley will preach on Sunday, 10th ; Calisthenio review Monday uight ; annual concert Tues day night; Baccalaureate address on Wed nesday morning, by Hon. H. L. Muldrow; social reception on Wednesday night. Burglary. Last night a thief entered the resi lience of Mr. F. 11. Russell, on President ntreet, on tho corner north of Mrs. Puck's, and stole a lot of silver, consisting principally of spoons which arc tho more prized because they were bridal presents to Mrs. R. Some other articles of house- festivities of a trip which will long be hold use were stolen. remembered with pleasure. The West Jackson Firemen's Excur aion The West Jackson Firemen had a de lightful excursion on tho "Little J." road to Natchez, on the 25th. The list of officers and members who participa n' iii iuv viijuvi mi m ie, vv . rur lsh, foreman ; A. U. Lewis, 1st Asst Foreman; F. S. Council, 2d Asst. Fore man; ft. rarish, Hose Director: Geo. I Ulliiill A uuf Illicit I ll nuitnv I ....I.. aTkasM -v n - rn , . awv, M IVTOV, 1'IIU tui , 1 it ' U In 1 'il I i I - ( rni ,1 eron. Secretary. O. M. Fuller Kto-,,rt . 'e property oi uie iviexitan tnilt Can r E"CJ k'vv "Mi. I e i , Menibers-K. Fe blemnn. J. Council V ' l,1K onipany, wnien was aestroyett by Edward, J. P. Deterly, (,'. Parish W lre. 1,t "Wt Pascagoula, insisted of a Param, J. Madden. J. J. Lawrence. D m'n building 140 by Sd feel, ;il5 feet of L. Melan, H. Fitzpatrick, M. Moran, T , ,'! tramway. several large V . Steward, 15. .1. Hawkins, H. Pradlev l)011pr!S "earn pumps, process W. (llnnev. J. T. Hull H Tbn.n lV kettles, gas and water machines, oyster Oarrj I). J. Swift, H. .1. Kirt, .las. Swan. Cllrs' U'- LNothi.".K. iB left to the com- Arriving at Natchez, the Com nan v "'V Ul,.lnc ariinciany piantea oyster was received bv a committee nf Pnfa. De(ls- valued at ?;00. There was no turn No. ;t, of that city, and proccedod '"BUni:ei K eing retupea Decauso to the ball where a tine "spread was en- thc Works were not in operation. joyed. At this entertainment speeches i ir., .J , and toasts were the order of the day. n Zl' ", , ' BC M. j4e,enargol with the'" avkbv, in waniiiiiKi" "'. fin; XT,.. Ih.rnfnri' I. UI'nr.lK of the 'state of Mlssiasiroi. L ..n tS. 11 mi, is stiliin full force and e In Testimony Whereof, I, " r, band and f.TJj lL's'l State to he affixed, JPH m;i. lly.hei.ovor..oL .(surj II. . PI I MV ' uiay0,'M-;iw. - -.mTreB ! McCoMn Ctrr, "' mifE ANNUAL MKKriS 1 holders of the '"''"VXtO will be held at the S. Clty.TuitsDAV, Jink ""vlitlM may23,'fl3-2w a P AREBABG I WILL SSLU ' 'ho! Finely located, wit b gjj gj I i Unit iMi nt'r v.n I Coil lit V. MlMH. 'IhW ' . . 1 1 l ; iim wik"- ruiui u to ana wnm v"--fc town, where is one oi u Hint This locality Is yy'..,j prosperous, and the Pf" j ... .L.irlna to isliirats Kooilhomehlsban,, may23,'83-4w. fire to the Mariana, Arkansas, and was1 lodged in tieinatoflinbebnlf nf Ni,.bn, i..,t': Jau' .uoruy niter a party (Oi citizens, bovs were represented on that ., .,.-! J armed fh shot-guns, visited the jail bv Punt,. J. W. Frib n,l Mr tk t ucceeue(t in taking Howard out Hull. 1 hoi. apt tin professed to be mow a man ot iteetls than of worda. but sunt .1 , ,",.$ "V"' "f r.B' ' wul to the point; and Mr. Hull was pW. Mcy Tmmm nis wlUt bf iiariy tciicitous. His speech elicited Pen,. rounds of applause. The (Company re- Indiana. Iowa, and Illinois indicate that turned without an incident to mar the the recent frosts have Horiouhlv ini.ir,.,! the fruit, orchards, and the) vegetable garuens. ' UH ION SCH00! AO . This Inntituiion tKfm has proved a raedlun. of grr1 Icons and Teachers. , . ,. Tn.i' llT , Any - . n lueniUTe situation; 22,1 ln.lmctnr: or persons i""3SB property or appliance. (eb.W.'SJ-tei.