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The Clarion: Wednesday, June 6, iSS;v
Couflt urange tions. Resol u- (onsMerablc aiix- mf!(hibited by a number ol the autiiilnp tt the- than as alxivo II ii- . ... m. I -ir.n i'. urn if a -i - i . . . - : i DlinJK. lUf' niv iKirin C - - fMUUUH, MICH US exeinutuijr any iimiim v from jwereoftrredby UiBerent ' our legislator to enact laws that will be thi'llanwrne tiranf oiuv rtiuui w taxation. xi i nai tne Mate should supervise and regulate the charges and freight for transportation on railroads, and prohibit the gruntin'r of frrr tirtrrt dtV, Tl,. I tj ' ' ivy " t l"v- -)fisiauire enact stnn- , I omentum, t. Kciu mws. aim entorce theui, to comi.e! ' the math ,1 Mt. Zion Grange. Editors Cl vaios I sea,l you for publication resolutions adopt.-1 I. M; Zion (.irange. Mavjl'.tth. lv: i"il" Jl11' rt JH?al "f the UOO law- -u- lue uncoiiilitlona r-i-.ul f .11 , referred to a committee of I (l 1 kaMl A "ili, niUJ ...li.li I . . I 1 1 1 1 mill II n i - .i 1a. 1 1 - mnittce l lie w ruer uau wit' ,resent Hinds), from which Lawrence County Convention. M' xtu'kllm. May :. lss.:. Pursuant to a call made by the Kxccti- tire On ittet, there tm a MfM meet iug of the DtaMctacy of Lawrewe county, lield at the Court Houe there of, in the town of Moniicello, on the 1 -Mb day of May. I.njc. n motion, Dr. (i. A. Tfiialsans was elected C'hairruan, and Will t . Cannon, was requested to act a- .Nt-reUrv. ftwuii, That the iVinncraeyof Law-I : reiict- emmtT meet la Beat Convention. .luly lsth. l's-s:!. for the purpose of elect-! in ueiejnties io a i rmocraiic i omity be he'd at Monticello on iv ot Jeiitemher. tor. MANNING-CHALMERS CASE. Reply to Chalmers. Holly springs S.uth. j As the unfortunate pecaliaritia of the toc of representing Manning In-fore the IVtanls of Oomty Qoam Uaiom i, m ) j-cting to the count of g;il roto for Chaliners. ami seeing to the counting and proper return of legnl ratal for Mainline When thev rvaehed their re spective destination tilt') round that tiie IWnl had met. performed tiieir duties i and adjourned and these gentlemen re-; returneil home without suirirrM mi: or FOR SALE. POK MALE. nn rnoi'i vn 'lVir ! M ' s, , i o OPFKI ll.wsr ami I At, Tlorth JsCBSe irm nt cruvlM, th MllaUnUkl (urair. fmit trnm aiMl all a t Hawutatitc. K I'ARKsPALU City Property for Sale. a ilesirt' I Know tne trutn a to matt r about which be writes. It may there fore be appropriate toive some facts to the public in connection with the sub ject mentioned in his recent letter. Si. me vears ago the Cnited StatM Goreraweat 'in: un.iHi iH'ATrn ruci-vnTv n SljU- Slivrl tiM'trt. M KalB UW1 llTIlTi W rat.. a! lu llu uuilti- U, s l ! iul Cr-m Ma I'rwrfrnt J I. VOW H. lor Owner. ? f i v u- i the pnrprw of tmmTrmttnr ejrmtidM, nm uie utx civil service refonn- ! for tl., several county office, which rea it is perceived, that the i t tr:.. .i . 4i iC olllv one nuni ninw, inai agon iii .the formulation of inn-, ami inai 1,11 kjuaiwixm e IbaNHK, i truly their only tie entitled to all the merits 1 that u in iiiem. anxious Editors if there Itlit'-r resolutions contrary to Ittai k tbem. (as you know the your '.,und let us bare pen flgbt 00 them, and the mey involve the people .;' are run are. sftcr tuli eonsmeration oj I ri-so! r ion- a 1.0'.. Her. v... r me ciccuim, ul all otUoei. hv t o- i o- : ., nti..n , ,,.l.i.l , 1 .1 1 - I 1 . a. w I " foruuuaieu, mmm .e-.teu uj I'-e-juoses, mm wen as all others. On motion of J. .1. Denaoa, the Chair- 1 1. .1: .1 Utll. 1 hat lolihviiwr - J - a I . . . . , , Vt't.K'll ami rKU J '"S, "iin u la 111 I llfs , Ilia II W Us rill lie -ICU to HiU'i Iollf IMUH' from each .upefvi-tr li- 1. t to be voted for Jtdegiit. Htbc 4'Mtorial Couveatkiii, wheiuiiioii he -eU-et.sl the following Batued persons, viz: District No. I Loui Cohn, .1. A. Hickman. C. I!. Dale. lr. Win. Weather-by. Ui'-t. No. a0. H. Smith, t'. . Nei sou. .1. I). Guynea, . W. Jobnxnn. Hi-;. No. ::-.. !'. .Ton.-. !. Law rence, .1. C. Lambert. .1. V. Andrew-. Diat. No. 4- .1. .1. Denaoo, 1. B. Lon gino. A. Fairly, ;. NV. Mikell. Hist. No. 5 A. W. Stringer. W. .1. Armatrong, Dir. .'. M. Caunon. W. M. Hathorii. ' Xi,5'-A'i:. who were UiMumuously electad, and Nil-tille, Si!np-on county. Mi"-.. w,i recom mended as the piece for holding invention. motion, the Chairman atn! Secre tary were added to the list. On motion, the following named per sons were elected a- Executive Commit tee to serve for the next two vears. viz: P. 1'. Garrett, u'- C. Oalo,' I. (J. Law rence, V. V. Williams, A. W. Stringer. RenAml, That Hon. A. H. Lptlgino is the choice of this nia-s meeting lo rep resent thi Senatorial District in the State l'gi-lature, and that we tender bimonr Urtqualifted endorsement; which resolution was unanimously adopted. On motion, the meeting adjourned itm die, (J. A. Tkcnisson, Chr'n. W11.1, ( '. Cannon, Nv v. .Union separatelv, ami adopt- JT US"" ,m l-r""'"u,,t ?7 I, 1 . . ' ad be made a crime, and imni-h..,! m. foreport, as presenosa oy the cordiugly. Tlie members of the J rder ith. That it is the duty of all good n Jcflerson anl Hindu, not 1 citizens to consider well the causes that I - Mttll.U . - I . of that Bmw, W no, j " U ' ; ' ...... itiiuiiii, siiiiiiiii, mm soon as possible, change from the tenant svs tem to the wages lysteta, and from the credit system to the cuh -yitem. 9th. Thai dlver.-ilieatioti of crops U absolutely necessary to succettful uirri culture les cotton and jnore bread stuffs. luth. That the Stat- should extend equal educational advantages to her daughters as well 11s to her don. The State of Mississippi taxes the property of females equailv with tht of net male citizens, and allows them no emol uments of office. We condemn such diseriininations, believing tS we do, that our best imiire-sions are received from and then they can our mothers; therefore, the education Hv them let us be of our daughter" is the education of our BCNTY, H. 0. Iiixon. June 2d. fluestion- sion. An Extra Ses- raee. ResolwJ, That the Secretary furnish a copy of these resolutions to the Wet ville News and Jackhon Clarion for publication. J. C. McLtAQBtlf, Master. 1). L. Mi -Lai kin, See'y. Mt. Zion, Simpson Co., Mav, lv;;. A Grangers' Encampment at Lake. i.u'.icx: the I'LARIOX of mtains an article; uVor lie J. V. C, dejirec'fiting the legates convened mpre- (f 1Iusl,:in(lrv , river countiCH, for the pur-, The pat ron's Union will bold its first lisidering the projiriety of annual meeting at the Lake Camp Iinebv taxation. Also the wound in Newton county, beginning H. 1 , .. i t' m luesuiiv, iiiu 1 1 111 oav 01 , u v. 1 ifli the county convention utii ..1 i- . , .1 'V - itii tne suooi ouiaie uriauen in me au- i'd by whmh the Quitman joining counties and others who desire kites were elected, and others i to do so, are requested to send live del- l have felt at libertv to ex-: I'fMtes from each to participate in the te freelv meeting. Jhw encampment will be , ; ', , conducted on the self-sustaining plan, imannei m whieii the meet-1 thmidi an eating establishment and a Lnian county was conducted place to feed horses will he provided at in such ineetin,Ts much tb small cost lor the accommodation ot tnose who uo not come prcpureu to -aid C On l wo, o fourte eleven Any b of til. ile that we are often agree iil.lv " ' eanii). 1 ne exercises 01 1 he eneamu- . I ! . . 1. I ... . .1 in wis instance ai, rcsuiw ment will consist ot reports from th discussions, ad and an exhibition 01 tne proaucw oi tne iarm, garaen, or chard, vineyard, household and needle work. Useful farm invention, live-stock I of various kinds, poultry and whatever ; else members and visitors thirds would add to the interest and profit of the meeting. No premiums will be awarded, hut a diploma will be eiven to those often perverted. All the I who present superior specimens of any favor of Bankruptcy as a kind on exhibition. The names of those appointed on the (httereut eomnuttee- I'll- 1 Jill t 1.1: 1....I 1. I.l i.. i Will lie oooiisiie i a- .-'Mi ,1- inline vi 10 when upon reflection you toe President. Those who desire to in the manner of conduct- make inquiry in regard to accomoda- linipulating and not the om and arrangements, wtu aquress me I cuairuiau on ttrraiigcuicuu), mu. ,1 . Ohandlpr Lawrence. Miss. rakrupt condition of the Brethren, let all who are interested in lets is iiointeil.to with cries the prosperity :nd success 01 our cause. and that our status is des- arouse themselves now to the importance r. 4 1 . 1 ol , of this meeting, and contribute to make 1111 Hut ot lis ( e iherate. . . ! it a irram laiitatioii valued at frHUiw. satisfactory. I various committee-. l unmindful ,.r ii. ttvAlaoa uresses, essays, music kre the people imperyious to press the outside world with to build our own Levees, irsuaded that a more ground- It was never suuinitted to a lublie. kruptcy ns ice taxation hecomcs n mei conduct not the source of our Yazoo Correspondence. Yazoo City. Miss., June -I, Kis. Ci.AiuoN ; 'ircuit Court conven ed on last Monday with H fair docket. Judge Wharton stated m his instruc tion to the grand jury that there were seven hundred and two criminal ease on docket in this District, consisting of four counties. He announced his inten tion of being particularly severe in re gard to violations of the liquor law and warned violators that it would be cheap- nil'! 1 guilty eiend with mini- its value unprotected by answer practically. Three pre was a plantation valued land from the most reason- rjtimate reckoning it was kut the unguarded Levees Id the overflow withconse- success, J. 15. Bailey, Pres't, ( onchalta. Miss. J. 8. Scott, Sec y, Harpersville, Miss. Mis- Emma Day. Corresponding See ret .1 ry . The Republicans of Ohio. indicated. T ins extravagant as the land a. ., lis above overflow, others kred far in excess, having dry laud exempt from of the Howls. 1 know ft is Kb sininlv a mutter of life ptli said district. .Say that er for them to hire c lUhsel themselves than to plead the hope ot nerng punished oy a mum tine. "Catherine ( o'e,'' the brilliant corres pondent of the PicflyUne is here writing 1111 this place and surrounding country. Many 01 our leading citizens have called Upon her, the cornet baud serenaded her and every courtesy has been extended her by our people. The Picayune could not have sent a worthier representative. "Ctll!." atO Ger.. Beauregard on th Condition of the Negro Race. Special to the Courier-Journal. Gen. CI. T. Beauregard, of New Or leans, was met at the Lcland Hotel, New York, this morning Speaking of the assertion recently mad'1 thai the negro race was increasing in the South, 1 (en. Beauregard said : "If such is the. case, it is not apparent to the residents of my State. Ho far as my observation goes there btts been a gradual decrease in the race. We have only to look at the neglect, of the old and the young which prevails among the negroes, to find out 9 reason w hy we be lieve there has been A decrease." "Has crime increased among them since the war"" "Yes. At the present time in fact, for vears back, there has been a steady How of th" negro population from the , . . i . t enme upon us, and to-day j Masbfikld. 0., June -. The liieh- advist niv that man would ! l,,,,, Onuntv Kemihliean Convention, flid land for one-third the i which mei here to-dav, was one of the example largest and most spirited ever neia 111 1 plantation- to tne cities. Mere thev 111 the county. 1 auige in 1111 sons oi crime, a- u resuu, Senator Sherman was made permanent ; we find our jails filled v itb negro crimi President. On taking the chair he made inals. Before the war it was almost im a ipeech discussing briefly the national I possible to find a ncgio in jail at the and State questions that are to form the I gouth. The old people now an left to political iucs of the immediate future. Uhift for themselves j the very young His declaration that the hopiihlican imv IiCvees vou can rent your L;,;,,,, was in favor of tarirt" for ptotec- hh, Avould it not be better ,j0H 0 aiK,r ;ls well as revenue, and the taxes than tube exempt ; .,rtv planted itself on the principles ot 11 Willi tne cousequeiu ia- tt seott law as rignt auo pouue pit vour hind at any price must have Levees or abso- that it required the liquor traffic to pay its just proportion of taxes, was heartily nevitable. it is a question aimlauded. moment and of most vital a full list of delegates, nninstructed, was appointed to the State ( OOVentton, headed by Senator Sherman, and resolu tions were passed in favor of protective tariff" and State taxation of the liquor traffic. ones are greatly neglected. In old times it was not so. The old slaves who hud been faithful were well eared for. while the younger ones were also carefully looked after as a matter of interest. ' pe appeal to the Governor of 5s a last call, the wail of a pie. To have seen the de- ite of labor the disoourage- lervation of the land owner rant of confidence on the .. a . Iciiants. al on account 01 11 leeessful Levee svstem would put "convince a man against rrv on account of the views fcnts expressed and held by tod it V. C. who is one of M best citizen, and we are pnishetl. i,Mr. Editor,is not concealed encrv acainstKerrvnianuer- fcrmain, etc. The ruse is too ly are not, nor can be un- hc fact that a Levee system pith the very existence of But the lurking desire 1 the strenous efforts to make build them, exposes the wool. S. C. P. X May 81. T. A. Dickson, Esq., of lag countv, bimpson, was us week. He is favorably the Democratic candidate pir this District, composed of of Copiah, Covington, mw- pipson. Mr. D. is a young 1 promise, and well quaimeu Bon. Whitworth College. Brookhaven Free l'ress. The Commencement at Whitworth. College the 19th of this month, promises to be the most interesting one in its his torv. The address of Lieut. Gov. Shand, an original poem by Miss Mc Cree, the valedictorian. The sweet music discoursed by ten pianos, thirty voung ladies performing at once and the conferring of degrees, will make up a programme of intense interest. The laving of the cornerUine by 1 n A I uIito iif MiHsissinni. . O. 1 1 ton, D. G. M., presiding, assisted by Mr. OrJham. of New Orleans, D. 0. Master, of Ixmisiana. and the addresses by a number of distinguished gentleman will close the exercises of the litth mst. The Alumn Association of the Uii lege will run an excareion on the Uth inft., leaving Canton about . and reaching Brookhaven, about 10:30, re turning after the exercises are over. he njoceeds will he applied to the new Thelfdies earnestly ask that the pub lic patronize them and in this way aid the good work. the ax The Next Legislature. Hernando Times: Elsewhere in this issue will be found the announcement of Hon. .lobe Harral, as a candidate for the position of State (Senator, subject to the action of the Democratic party. This gentleman has served one -ssion in the Legislature with ability, and to the in terests of his constituents, and is prc tared to inaugurate reforms that will vastly benefit the country. Tallahatchie Sentinel: Attention is called to the card of the Hon. W. 11. FitzOerald published in another column of this paper in which he announces himself as a candidnte for re-election to the State Senate in what is now the 36th district, composed of the counties of Grenada, Tallahatchie and Quitman. The announcement is made subject to the action of the Itemocratic party of the district. Wextville News: Mr. T. H. Dickson has been urged by quite a number of prominent citizens of Simpson county to become a candidate for Representative in the next State Legislature, but de clines. His friends think of placing his name in nomination at the convention which meets to nominate a candidate for this Senatorral District. Mr. Dick son is a young man of good promise, and well qualified in every rwpect for the position, and as Simpson county is, we think, entitled to the Senator, we do not think the honors could be placed upon a more deserving young man. charged with violations of the hu Klux law. He accepted the retainer, stipulat ing that tin- parties hould have a fair trial, before an impartial jury. 1 11 the conduct of the eases he did his duty to the government as well as to the Smth. No one ever justified the out ra ires with which our people were charged, but as sorted that they were fictitious. That it would have been unjust to himself, to the defendants and the Smth. for him u have declined to see a fair investiga tion of the charges in the ca-es men tioned, i- manifest. Chalmers nihinttml his services as Assistant Halted States District Attorney, and limiud bis !c to induce the acceptance of those services. He operated to ttntrt indictment. In stead of stipulating for an impartial 1 i rand .inrv. he used one 10, noosed of . - - 1 1 Mt three Demo rats, and ' teen of hi- partisans, Wen ignorant negroes. I c loliml to Which twel 1 number 1 si on. !. I U sought a semi-judicial position which in volved the duty of sec ret h investigating khd pa -sing preliminary judgment Upon the conduct of himself, hi- mends and his opponents in an election out el which he had collie under heavy personal obligations to some, if not with malice toward others. The position en abled hint to protect himself and his friends from indictnicn:. although they might be guilty, ami to indict his enemies although they might be innocent. The result of the election was in doubt and likely to be utlcctcd by the action of the Grand Jury, when ho voluntarily be came its confidential adviser. Criminal charges were publiclv preferred against himself and bis friends. us well asugainst his Opponents. We might criticise a man of ordinary virtue, who accepted under such circumstances, a position which should be absolutely removed from all suspicion of unfairness, but in the presence, of this great apostle of a "fair ballot and a V" count," criticism is absurd. If we were reviewing the conduct of a live politician, who bad acted in stic'i position, we might allude in terms of strong condemnation, to the. fact that though appointed to prosecute in both the Northern and Southern Dis tricts of the State, He confined the play of hi-' mighty energies to that District in which he bad friend - to protect, e'lemic to punish, and a contest . influence. We might be tempted to sav something harsh about the luct that while the cor respondence of Maniiingand his friends were hauled before the Grand Jury, the correspondence of Chaliners and bis friends was not called for. We might complain that in Tallahatchie county, when Manning's supporter and Char mer's united in resisting an assembly of voters for fear of smaH-pox, ihe sup porters of Manning wen- indicted and those 01 1 nalniei nCsses. We miirht sav something about such a man, when be pressed so bard for indictments against bis politi cal opponents, as to disgust the respect able members of the Grand Jury and returned those indictments, though he COUld only secure them through the Unanimous VOto of his eleven colored assistants, We might he indignant with such a man when lie calls through the Courts subpossas for the letters and tele grams of his rival for a seal In (JOhgresMi when that rival was not before the court in any manner, shape or form. But we will not condemn, nor complain of this ot'r ripe political corpse, unburied only because neither Republicans nor Demo prats wiil permit the thing to be laid away among their honored dead. Even in the Gen's narrative specific allegation- of facts to maintain thai Man ning and his friends were ilection cor ruption ists are conspicuously meagre. Several teh grains and a letter are quoted with substantial correctness, and there- tore we are over captious it may he coli- pdering the Gen's known weaknesses, to complain, that with what in a less inno cent and L'uilcless soul would be strong evidence of an intention to deceive, he omits mention of the concurrent facts and the telegrams to which those quoted were in reply, takes liberties with dates and draws upon his fancy for a con-piracy, which instead of beinLr proved is em phatically disproved by the evidence taken in the contested election case. He first quotes the following telegram: HOLIA' SiT.ixiis, Miss., Nov. i, lhK2. To .1. B. Booth, Bardis, Miss.: Manning defeated. Betums from Union ann Tippah 600 leas. E. M. Wath i.v. Ami then proceeds : ".-1'- thi a conspiracy was formed to chknre the result. Men were sent to Tihpah and Union counties, who we prove tried to nave the election commissioners meet again and make s new count, and the following telegrams were sent to Hernando: Holly Si'p.ixos. Nov. 9. 1K2. To A. S. Buchanan, Hernando, Miss : No official count reported from nnv county except Marshall. Chalmers al leged majority ben reduced hv canvass tOlO". I" WATBOM. "And on the same day, although Man aiug's majority in DeSoto had been counted at 133," the following telegrams was i-ent: Hoi.iy Bntnros, Nov. 9f tugs. To A. S. Buchanan, Hernando, Miss.: If Mannings majority in IieRoto prospects good. E. M. Watson. The proof taken shows that on Novem ber Hth, the day before any of these tel egrams were sent and when information showed election very close, these gentle men started from Holly Springs, one to Ashland and two to Ripley for the pnr- tnt- cni;nn i tniih . oir rr era! a-ra, tv inHI art m iriarW aiM Iruit l isirlu ulan ul'I'.y l. a.: ll.'KMf 1 1" mam kuiiS- ri'iin.l.. o.xrrtnif m - rnr R K JAYSK. lion. .as It. t halmers narratives areas itotorimi- as his own record, it is anaec e-siy t notice ch.irces made in them. However, though he never gratifies, he - in .... uia p ..1,1,1 uiiciitiu mg 01 re-convene me i ..,.- , t In the meantime h.. M Nation wa- 1 nw'civinir loln mj Imm Maiailila ataaa. lfSWSSa9i vi 1 he rtfeutt ikf tlu1 t ltrtiuM in diifvirnt lv f mUtiee ami MMMH olhors the foUowfayt I 1 -f - . .... ,, - lli i v a vii.! V . l. ik U.'! 1 V mitt a Kl Tiii m 1 H.-a. ia. sj . 1 . .1 . 'ftf l ! t I II (T U .er 1 . til t it 111 li' ti 1.- . . r . ? "." r V j I r.. M. w ATstiN, Holly Springy, Mo..: 1 Havk a v.v pfsikahik house ANI I"1"'""" "l v.mi -oii- .ry. W , .,, ilf r . , , f , j. la,T ,n MirttlJa. SuW feci M.'s elect ion T answer at once. Our majority is otM thirty -throe. It might ho tiro hundred. A. S. Bl'l'MANAN. In replv to this the followini tehxram which t'lialniem quotes, without stating thai it was in reply (0 one reeeivnl, was ant; "If Manning's majority in iVNito reaches two hundred, prewpects good." A little while afterwards information came that Manning's majority in Tippah and tlatoit Wae Mi leas than had been1 reported. ThereuKin Mr. Watson sent! tiie following telegrams to Mr. Buchanan and others. "Manning defeated. Returns from! Union and Tippah WO les.' The proof snoWK that this was the last ! j telegram sent by Mr. Watson instead of I the first us lien. Chalmers states, and that it was one day after instead of be fore the gentlemen started to Tippah I 1 and Benton. The returns which called this forth made the fact apparent, thai the aiii of a few votes in De" .'tnu ,,, I ,i.,l elsewhere it bad been hoped might ac crue from an effort before the county boards of ommissioners to have throw n out illegal ballots and illegal return for Chalmers, would not sneel the pri'iM j'un case, and it was therefoio dcler mlned to make the whole contest before ( 'ongress. The telegram qnoted hv !en. Cbal-1 mors which gave official OOUttt in Mar shall was in answer lo inquiries as to the vote. (Jen. Chalmers state in substance that Mr. Myers concealed from him the returns in order that, the ten days might expire, in which corrections could be made. But it appeared w bi n the case was investigated before Judge Wharton that Myers" never did conceal the returns from the inspection of (Jen Chain, ers or anybody else, Therefore the only point the General seeks to make by the Intro dnction of A. V. Brown's letter, is dis solved and dissipated. But we will not pursue the subject further. Congress will have all the facta before it and so will the jury that tries the alleged conspirators. SOUND DOCTRINE. To Which the People are Committed. iWsflfrraf That every citizen and every section of the country have a right to demand and insist upon an equality of right! and privileges. Na tional Democratic platform 1840 Hand 48. fiftwftwf, That a high and sacred duty is devolved upon the Democratic partv, as the party of the people, to sus tain and advance constitutional liberty, fraternity and equality, by continuing! to resist monopolies and exclusive legis lation for the benefit of the few at the arnAnHa ,,f tin, iiitmv iiflofiiit I'm summoned lis wit- .. . ..,. isjo ko j r.c. knmii jm to'iiu iTin, aim w i. ju. tauuawuu 01 -1-T HFWICT , I property, according to its real value, in eluding government bonds and other securities. --National Democratic plat form 1868. No discrimination In favor of trans portation lines, corporations and mono polies. National Democratic platform 1KK0. The property of corporations for pe cuniary profits shall be subject to taxa tion the same as that of individuals. Constitution of Mississippi. Taxation shall be equal and uniform throughout the State, All prop er!;, shall be taxed in proportion to its value, to be ascertained aw directed by law. Constitution of Mississippi. Corporations silpcrvisable by legisla live authority, within Constitutional limits, in the interest, and for the pro tection of, the people - Democratic State platform - '0 An Impressive Charge. Ya.oo Herald. ) Judge Wharton was verv impressive in his charge to the (irand Jury, and we have heard more than one lawyer re mark that it was the best he had ever listened to. THE BEST OF ALL LINIMENTS FOB MAN Aim BBAST. Formoro than a tlilntof rvcontnr-rthol sir (Irani ntiatavnr l.lnlminl umhIwu I own to minions an ove r mo worm the only wtle rvluuuo 'or U10 relief oil nccMcnUi and putn. It Is a imxllolnel above prlco Mini pnitso ihe twai r Hal U Ind. For e very tOi 10 oi external nuin I an MEXICAN Mnstanfr Mnlmont fs wllhont an oonal. It nrntti alra ocalt awl muarlr to I ib xrry bone itiiikln,( the coutlnu anoe of p&ln ami lutlanoniitlon huoos slide, lla i tTeclaiiDoii llmuan Flli ami I II10 Unite Oreat Ion aru equally wonder. I iui. 1 no Mexican MUSTANG Liniment Is notyloil by ranebotly In every house. Kvery day brUun new of I th acoaty ofnn awful in OI or bam I ailMaed, of rbeamatb martyr re-1 sttirml, or a vatMbln hvrae or oil saved tjy U10 lioaUug power OI UUS LINIMENT itch "rxudllv cures sueh ailments U10 lit' m an rUffli as lt.e-.tl.m. Mwellfc.es. Joints. ntractl Muaclra, llurni and Wraltla, VuU, 11 ru la on an. Mprnlna. Polsonoas lUtss and MlliiC a. NtllAaSSS, l.nmrnraa, Old I Noros, ITlrrrs, Frostbit ra, I illlIaln. I Wore Mlpulrs, Caked Hreait. and Indeed every form ot extsraal dla eass. It heals without sears. For tho Uairra Crbatkhi It rams Rpralna, Nwlnny. srtUV Jolnla, S'ounder, Itarness Morr a, Hoof Ms rani, Foot Hot, Hers Mr Worn, Weah, Hollow Horn, Herntehra, Wlad fialla, Spavin. Thruh, ICInBhone, Old Nona. Poll Bvll, Film npen tho MuM and every other sjlansnt to wbleh tne orenpanls Of ths table and fttock Vartl are llablr. Tho Meilcaa Mnetansj I.lalanent I nlwuya euros ami novel OisapuoaUts ; I oua 11 10, positively, THE BEST OF ALL LINIMENTS FOB MM OS BEAST. s T.LOU18&8T. PAU PACKIT CCKSPMSV'B Eiectrle-!.iebiasja-MHB7;.8.l(aU Line L I Fine Side-Wheel Passenger Steamers I Jfc-twfn BT. JjOTJIS. HANMIHAI.. QUINCT. KKOKOK UUKI.IrfOTOIt, ROCK f hi .A N U LAOROeeK, BT. PAOL arid MINNKAI-dl.IH. St. Paul I'lu kiilalaaTO Ht. LsstSStsn MoDia,Wi..I sskfsf ssl tnasy, at I pjs, Qulm r sswwnek BtnlimvnHt. Ixiula rtiidjf. hun,lx ,...,. OhI. i, 1 m Kxr uraliin Tlclins at low rutrn Ui Ht.l'aul takn Minnatonlia anil all NcrlhnrnHiimincr lUmirl. lifrpt I. and hmiiMmt roiim to DaknUi. Monlioiuaoil Manltolm. For llliiHlratiHt Oulrln Hook, tlind luhlan. pimaKnBr and fmsht tntim nul olhar InformuOi.o, adilraaa. L It . loihaet bt iaupaiIkktoS. WharflKiiil foot of OllruHt., HT. LOIUH. Ills s IBLEY' EED S Mississijii Stale Pharmaceutical As Kociation. rflHETIME BEKMlNd l lml i'l mi's, a si nil I nsisw our MisMatien ili-rnnridinif il. we, llir nnrlcrsiK1"''! I'rufnilmii of llii- Slam ui Miasiaaipfii, dfm M Brbper le1tSSS S oall lor a Oonvsntfanl to iiiwl at .If imn, TtlSSJbsT, .lci IftTW, I!, tor thi imriHau: of ryaiilr.inii u State I'liuruiarrutical AaHK'iatlnn. The Shjeei of thin Awnialloii will la Ui uiiltr It nienilicni in 1 1 lairuta ol Mlovahtp and HSJuaetl InUir-wt, llml lliey may m eueiSM In . .ai.i.r Um profnwioii il i-r..i..- i. It (ximi Ihe uiany evil" llial now afll the Irailc. W aln-rlT tnial thai I li In Bhrl will rei-rlrc tlie hrartv ami iri'iieroaa xuniairl ol 4-vfrr drtMaSst ts oti- loit 1 latSOtSW. imiffgBBMrta umi n wn piu.r , . tH ., will I ,,.. . ... The tifttc and jilnce dmitriiaU-d lor Mr contention wan I . . i . . J In view ol llir fact that JsM la UKually jt dull month In tradr, and IssfcSM SatBtSStsS- l.l , sa ( an the nrunl ISOtlfJ pi,lnl in the Mpi II. V. WenT, Fattl, Jrfltnn county. K. A. Iltcxa, NaUha, A..n. isaty. tlrxi. W. Fox, Wxltow, i.kk A 1 (I , Natrhus. Wll.I. II. llll KHAN, I.AWKKSCKA 111 sms - " W. K. Bcnaiaci. .1 K. Kiaar-ATaiiK, " J. II. (JUKOI-t. Csaa. B. DIOSS, " ('. H. Cotrsr. Fsyetle. HlXTKB A II AKROO. ItPN JaAhaua. U l.r.m.T " K K. LUSI.TT, W II rum " 1 Iiki.kst, Bay H tidsla. C PoaBvna, I'ori tiluann. Jko. A. ijarSHl, rUidney. in i ion i, A ' MtrMias. A. J. ham, " Whits A Smith. " W. H IUmkky A " " b- T. Psti a A tin., K. IC. Jxcsaos, Kiaciuake. P. H We will Mat lor th heseSI el thaw who may wlah to broom uiuti.ra hat aanoot ht prearnt at Uir- mntention mat loej airwaru meir aioru I Ion to lir. HtmD lenly el Jaekaon, Mian. ataylt.'dS-td. OF ALL PLANTS, FOR ALL CROPS, FOR ALL CLIMATES. We are the Unmet farinrra, lajycat seed ftTow. ers and lanrnat seed dealrrs anywhere I hunca lie -1' r.-.:. I farllltloa for iiroflurlns Ileal Herds All out Strtt era lultd, and oaly the heat aent o'lt. Our Annual C iloaaa sad hvi UM brkors TUB MKRATtWT MKED HTOKB IN TUB WOUI.I1 TO VtNIU OWN lMMWt. It In. ol odea all too doidruble new and laaiUrd varieties of Flower, Viwrtahle, J-'ln l and Tree Seeds, ana Plants SaotFUBBtoany satdawa HIRAM SIBLEY A CO Seedsmen BaeSarter. K. V. sad Vhleao. Ill Parisian Carrousells Flying Horse Machines, VMtdrrn't farrlagr ftlurlprdt Toys. . aumim Tvaro rr WAOONCR AKNTLEY rSMetMnofl, oat. an a ulnu. Prlea U, 83 A GRAND COMBINATION' '84 AND THE UIUI8V1I.I.K WEEKLY (OIUIKH 101 RWL One year lor only - I wo papra tor uiik smre than the prir of one. By paying .SO yon wtll reoelre for ene year your heme paper wile the OcsiKS-JOtBjAi., aVS m i i im 1 s i ; v a Nawiraess or ink Nu th. lKmo:rat;c and fora Taairr rtiK Ilrvtaen oai.r. ami the um i and ahlest i mi; , Wkkki.v in the r i, ii. .1 SUMS Mainpls eppiis ol either psaer aent o applh alion to publlskera. UNION SCHOOL AGENCY. Tell tSl Unites poaaes)iiitf ueei: nailed farllitnav, hue sveeal a raeiiiuai ol Iin al ssod to K. hoola, tol iesee and Tesehere. Any nnpttmt Teacher wiahlne a deeimhle asd luerati'e altuatios; Srhnel ha seerlolathoroer.it taStrwSaar; or peraoii stalling Ui nuy 0 m'II Sehool llieir dealre property or appllanees. ean aeeoeipllea their dealre by Ppl''S promptly li the I'oimi aWMjfwWi frxAert uaf Srhtott apply smr r ' - doraesiente riten ami required ireiwi ( tASK A Ieb,'t3-4ai. Ker rin ulare, ad- M A v Kan, P. 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