Tm Clariok: WtebY, Tcxk ijjiS
Clarion.! Hfe-" ht ,a h
is from i
hnva of will.
music, own n" power.
cope Willi anyuims
thr re "a?'" tra; "'
, weak and whining drones
..tall trouble magnify ;
. .h watchword of ! can't,"
g,t tha uoble one, "I'll try.'
, whate'er you aae to do
fiih a true anu earnest zai ;
I Tur sinews o me hh,
; your shoulder to toe wneel .
La?i your duty may be hard,
t doi ou u as aa in ,
ht be an honest task,
a it with an noneat win.
he snril or the farm,
heresoever you may b;
in vour future efforts, boys,
antes nation's destiny.
H-ili.,'" .1 ,. ..,,, ii,
, . . ....... ...... .-. I' . rUW ill. Ill UUU1I, I1U
tier pretty lips, ud ran away, so as . bad Iwn taking the saddlebags from
. u UCI4r uer cmue Dim tor his bold- the strange horse." IM T1U
"Mamie," said her itU J!, W flUl f ORDINARY
into the house from the bam. "I wish j "I should sav so," said the farmer
you would ride the sorrel mar into ! as be unstrapped the leather bag.
iAston and get this hundred-dollar i Thev were found to contain some
bill changed at the bank. The work- j counterfeit plates, a quantity of couu
men have got done with the roofing 1 terfeit money in various bills, and also
of the barn and I want to pay them off J a little over $1,500 in good money.
t0 "Hutia " cried the farmer.
"erywell father. Let John geti "What is it father?" asked Maud?.
me sine sa.ldle and 1 will be ready in ! "Why. vonr trin to Easton has
e lived about five or six miles
astou, Penn., a few years since
est farmer named Henderson
L.I two pretty daughters Ellen
ilaude. The first being about
years of age ; while tlia latter
rely niuteeii. The farmer was
ii. i . i i i
tv, weu-io uo man, inougn oy
ins rich ; but the family lived
lent style and the daughters
L'ived a good education,
of these girls were pretty, but
was perhaps the handsomer.
was no lack of attentive young
the farm, though the neigh
was not very thickly settled
eauty draws us with a single
mil so the young ladies were
tre of a gay little circle ot
ml by it came to pass that an
t, handsome and sturdy young
fell desperately in love and
d to Maude. Un her part she
Harry Masters above all the
ie knew, and told him frankly
might speak to her father,
meantime she confided the
to hT mcther a kind-hearted
Luetic parent who saw no ob
to the choice qi her daughter ;
.was left fer the father to de-
lerson was a very straight for-
ld open-mouthed man that is
exactly what he meant.no
r less, and. that he uttered
When Harry Masters called
i side and told his special er-
iut Maude her father said :
Mr. Masters, 31aude is young.
iElen to be married first ;
I oldest, and I have got a mar-
prtion.of $l,.r)00 to give her;
tven l laid by anything yet
tve got pretty well along be
ii, Mr. Henderson, for a man
nitv-four years of age, and we
able to do verv well, I have
mean that you WUJ lake her
any marriage portion," said
sir, verv gladly."
Ill, it a pleasant to hear you say
tuseit shows your altectton tor
IMr. Masters; but I am too
at her marry until I can
.1. la. .1 j I .
Ira thousand or two lowart
not worth waiting for, sir, a
we reallv don't need it ami
ti i .i r i
n. afrain, id ramer iuaune
't marry until her sister is
U, because she is so much older
see ?. It will actually make
old maid. It isn't fair, Mr.
sn is very popular wun trie
siien and will soon be married,"
it's just what I have said to
and then I shall begin to pick
larriatre portion for Maude.
rust that U the only objection,"
tiv, yes, you are a promising
Ipectable young man, and come
bou family, said the farmer;
can t let Maude go until 1 have
jether a respectable marriage
to cive with her hand.
rhaps you will think more fa
r,.l. ... ! a. '.., 1 1,iio
:auuui it, sum wc ivtci,
nth vou again.
rr and Maude were very fond
I w f
other, and now talked over
Itter very seriously.
le could not blame her father,
not herself like going 16
without a proper portion to
lute toward their joint partner-
rer mind. Harrv." said the
me girl; Ellen will soon be
1 have pretty good reasons
. but then your father says be
rime to pick up a marriage port
you, and that will take three
it is a Brood while, is it not,
r said Maude, iust blushing a
h - 7 . J
lor tear it sounded forward ami
acres !" said the young man
of waiting three years wny,
ll bo old folks hv that time '
L . . . . . n !J
quite so bad as that, saiu
The sorrel mare was brought up to
the door and Maude was soon on her
way at an easy gallop toward Easton
She had an excellent seat, Bid was
a good horse-woman. As she knew
this very well, she would not have
objected to have Harry see her just
now ; but he had gone in au opposite
When Maude got to Easton she
rode directly to the bank, but Wat
unfortunate enough ta-find that it was
closed. Afterafew moments thought
sha resolved to try to get the note
changed at the grocer's or at some of
thestores, and weut immediately to do
so. Fate seemed against her, for no
one had small change enough to ac
commodate Miss Henderson.
Atone of the stores where she stop
ped a very gentlemanly locking per
son took out his pocket-pook and said
he thought he could change the bill
for her and she handed it to him, but
he returned it, saying, after a!i, he
did not have so much small money.
He seemed to regret this, however,
and even followed Maude to the door
and assisted her to remount her horse.
She was forced to give up her er
rand, as she did not like to run among
strangers asking them to change her
a bill, especially as no one seemed
able to do so. one therefore turned
hes horse's head once more toward
home. Scarcely had she passed the out
skirts of the town when she was over
taken by i he stranger who had spoken
with her in the last store, and who
at first thought that he could change
her bill. He was mounted upon a
fine looking bay horse, and saluted
hir respectfully as he came alongside.
"Did you get your bill changed ?"
"No ; small bills seemed scarce,"
"Do. you live near here
" Abe ut five miles off."
"Quite a ride."
Oh, we dont mind five miles in the
"You arOan excellent rider."
"I have ridden since I 'wait six
year.s old," she said ;. "bit my sis'ter
Ellen is a better rider than 1 am."
"You are generous to admit it,"
said the strange".
' Why, it's only the truth," said
After they had passed over about
two miles they came to a lonely piece
of the road, quite removed from any
dwelling houses. Still, as the stranger
appeared so gentlemanly, and had
addressed her so poli'ely, she had not
the least suspicion of any evil intent
ion on his part.
I'resentlv lie s;(id suddenly :" I will
Rnxral Havana foffarv ! A K,
Wkirh UkM nl.ee ut Havana. Tsika. J-Vr " XiXfcO,
JUNE 2. 1893,
There are an!? St. (MB TUketa lamed anj 7a Prlaaa
OWE UNDER810NKD UAVE SRCt'RKU Till aoKHCY FOR tflB MRADOW
(GOULD Afr CO.'S)
It Uf ridrd by Bayl Hatau Uttery,
NuaitMw (or Haaaaaw, PHa lor Prisa, wit WO
A oMiu.nal Priaaa.
Ouh 23.000 Tiekfta aid 1.204 Friitn.
1 Capital Priar, , I MM
1 Capital Prisa S.M
1 CaplUl I"riar l,0O
t Capiul lVlaa M0
2 rriara. tv-i aara,
) riiara, 50 "
t 1-riaw, u "
I Appmilaaatlona, $UW cai h, U tli
uanibrr premling and following th
aM drawing the fj.SOO
'1 Appmiination. n parh laa aboT)
to itit .'..Qti,
2 Approxitnationa oi I'iA.OO paoh
alwvri to lb Il.HOO
'i.u) Additlaaal arlaM of ti aach to th no
tirkM9 Having arnittng uosaaara titH
two tiTDiinal unita oftho numlirr
drawing ttar Capital Prlir 1,150
l.'JM Priara, Amrrlt-aa tiold U
THK KOY VI. HAVANA OFFICIAL LIST 1K
CIKKs KVERK ritl.K.
artip.i iu intrrrM, bon"tlv nianaspd, it i
Subject to no manipulation, not controlled by the
Sew that the namcTiould A Co
in the uattira ot
aireiit, . tr.-i and bent thin
lottrv tlmt i-oiUit be
i un the lliket
Nona other are genuine.
Al.l. TKl.K-s PAID on PHI.sr.NTA I'li'N.
lor Information and TiekaU, appljr t.
SHIPSKY COMPANY, oknkr.h. ktmnti,
1S1J Hroadwar, New York Cilr,
OrSS K Randolph Stret. I hieago, 111.,
or HKNKY MATER, P. O. Il.. M, lbilta, La.
JNO. H. KKKNANIO.
July26,W-lT. Satan nab, Q
AND RAKES !
Which tor Darabtlitr. Suaulieitr and Lurkt Uralt aaaaai l arrilrl fcy mmr wtr Ma-
htnra of thr kind mada Thra Machines toak th prrtnium over ail atn etitors sitae
Atlanta Elpoantioa. We therefore otieit vour patronage and ask that you call and et
amiaa tor roarsaU, or send (ot Ciixulara aad Price List Vrtorc purchasing. Yoara truly.
1.. F. CHULHS, Manager, Crrwtut Ware
JirnoN, Miss, April Ii, llll-tf.
$30,000 FOR 92.
r i hat niii.
' said she half smiling,
jive me that hill."
do you mean?!' asked
It I so
he replied, sud-
sure my hair will be gray by
jsense, Harry. Now you are
lo no such thirg ! she
"IamBorrV U draw a iiistid upon
it i " j :: . i.
a woman, lie coniinueo, simmg wo
action to the word, but 1 must have
that hundred dollar bill at once.
"Do you mean to rob me V
"I must have the money "
It was with difficulty that she could
KoIIavp the man was in earnest; hut
when he cocked the pistol and held it
toward her with one hand, while he
extended the other for the bill, she
was forced to yield to the necessity
of the situation. She was a brave
girl and even now did not tremble in
the least, but she saw sne could not
help herself and so made the best of it.
Just as she held the bill to him a
sudden puff of wind blew it into the
road and carried it gently several
yards from them.
lhe stranger augmvu i" KCk
xvhen as quick as thought Maude
struck her horse in order to get out
of the reach of the robher s power.
The sorrel mare was a spirit
ed little creature, and sprung into a
smart gallop at once ; white ttie
-tronn-or'M horse which had been lett
standing at her siue, aiso nw,wru "
at full speed in her compuuy.
Hanir 1 went thd roooer piswi onci
them, having only the etlett to m
crease the speed of the flying horses
uL f which were on the dead run
fn ii,!.- rim not care how fat she rode,
rho sorrel was as easy as a cradle at
.i... .,,i onrl In less than tenmni'utes
she dashed into her fathers yard fol
i,r,l Viv thp. riderless horse.
Her story was soon told aad her
father was with dimculty prcvenieu
nt'ter the robher with
iruiii ""b - , ,i ,
..;fu and rifle, but he knew that
he would naturally take at once to
the woods where he could not follow
nr tinil him.
"Well we vc got his norse ai t
rate, said the farmer, and he is worth
more than $100."
proved a profitable one, at all events
Here over f 1 ,;U0 good money.
"Ah, but then it will be claimed
hy the owner."
"Do you think a counterfeiter will
dare come for the tools that would
convict him? to say nothing of
"t did not think of that."
That evening Henderson sent John
over to Masters with a message to
call around and see him, to which he
' Mr. Masters,"' said the farmer, as
he came into the large, old-fashioned
sitting-room, "you reniemler what
vou asked of ate thw afternoon?"
1 -, sir.
"Well. I give ruYjgiftSent. Maude
has just furnished her own marriage
portion. Take her and be happy."
A Ghastly Office.
M. Deibler, the Paris executioner,
enjoys a sinecure. Since M. (irevy
was called to the presidency of the
republic the ideas of Victor Hugo
have been allowed to prevail, and no
executions have taken place.
Deibler is a quiet man impressed with
the functions intrusted to him. He
is of retiring disposition, as it it were
that the office he holds places him lie
yond the pale of ordinary men and
causes him to be looked dowu on by
the rest of his fellow creatures. No
one would think, while visiting him
in his quiet home, that he hail been
the means of hurrying hundreds into
eternity, or would remember how
Troppnmn, the murderer of the Kinck
family, hail bit him to the bone when
he was assisting at the execution of
one of the most cold blooded assassins
of modern times. The apartment Ire
occupies is over the stahles where thje
guillotine is kept, packed away until
it is wanted for Use, and those who de
scribe their visits to him and relate
how he cut a truss of straw iu two to
show the working of the instru
ment, have every reason to he tlinnk
ful for a well developed imagination.
M. Deibler is a tailor by trade, and
more than one workman in the quar
ter of La Uoquette has had his cloth
es repaired by him. He ft not a com
municative man, and the idea that
his name will appear in print makes
him nervous, tor on one or more oc
casions he has been taken to task by
the l'arisian journalists who have ae
nnaod him uf nnncciessiirv rollL'hncss.
Ml 1. I, ..-11.. I....... . aiinl. I IVniit Moner or rtiinl; iMnft In b-Jtrr, or nend hv
is looks hardly bear out such n l M, ., i.os im no hv itKiisn.iti.i i.in'
chur.re. for there, is not bill'' of the TEkih POWT-OFFIcE ORDER. Orders ptfo and
, h i , i j.i i . ' upwiir.l. hv r.xpr.
bully about bun, and those who meet 1 Addrvwniiurdeia
hini'of a Sunday afternoon, w hen he j otrier-J
takes his wife out fork walk with him apri.s.'MMj.
along the boulevards, would take him !
to be an ordinary wOrklngman mat
There is nothing picturesque abont
him. The tights ami the leather jer
kins of bis predecessors are quite un
known to him. He thinks it due to
the solemnity of the occasion when
his services are required to wear a
suit of black clothes and a stove-pipe
'..at. He is a plain, matter of fact
man, none too brave, it what his wite
savs is true. Custom has not hard
ened him. He seems to feel the re
sponsibility of shedding the blood
of a fellow creature, more especially
incases with prisoners like Moreau,
who declared at the foot of the guil
lotine that he died innocent.
Cotton M Oil farthery!
MAXrKAlrURED BY THE
PLANTERS' OIL MACHINERY COMPANY,
Complete Outfit for Producing Crude Oil, Including
I ottos fu ( leaner.
t otloaSeed llu Hers.
Steam Jacketed Heaters,
Hydraulic Presses, with 6 Boies,
Cake Ur lading Mills,
( onojor's Skaltiof,
Cotton Seed Separating Apparatus,
2 a iiii mk aviiat
Steel Mats for Moves,
Klevntor Heads and Nhoes,
ri'ullejs. Hangers, Oil 1'umpa, Kte.
CapacitirVH or Mills 5, 10 and ?0 Tons M ner Day.
BUSTAMANIK, Ji wv Ma
UAirrajstL, (ritcnaa, ii-.
t.lK A POLCOCC, Skim. At.
KlPULAU MONTHLY PKAWlNU OK THK
In ths City of LouisrfDt,
Saturday, Juue 30th, 1883.
Tttrae PrswiniiHw. uron the la.t Jav. "I "aeh inniitli
(Sumlay fxci-ptMl. i ltty.nt.nl iiiljwliatlna ttjr ri
prat anil Stat.' Otnirta aafa plaosd tins t i.iiit.atiy
lx,.n.t th.M-..ntr.ivorv nt flu- Inw. in inn torn
aan; beloagi tiir aa honor p( ii.it im; limmnnslmt
th.'i.nlr )ilan l.r which thilr ilrawltijina arc aruvii:
l nj wd fai bajraad mtmiioii.
V B. Ttm' ronipanjr baa now un lianil Inrup
capital aniireatra (nasi. K'ra.l cantdilly the 61
prized fur tin'
I Oof lliMO sari
2Uo( 5IIU each
J:,(IIIO IHOofSlOOrurli 10,0(I
lft,ito '.'latot HtMCH Iowa
.viHKt MMol aafh isr,Kt
Hi;ntiO tMMiof II) each 111,000
SDOOachi AjipfiixTmsllon I'rir.'n
SOOaach, Aparaalmaiian PHasa
100 each, A.iruxiiualioii I'tlzea
Whole Tickbts. $2.
27 Tickets, $50.
Half Ticket), 1
5S Tickets, $100.
J. W. BEATY.
THE QUEEN INSURANCE CO
BRITISH AMERICA ANSI llliV k O.
Georgia Home Insurance Company.
Ari UKIKIAI. A FOB THK
New Orleans Insurance Association.
hni hia covirniv AND CtTV rBOPKRIl' AT AM iti:n.
oaiabl Hair m nnj other Keapoaaible 'nij. !-
oiisr hoithi:h insueed.
OVaflCK 03 HTATK TM OVHR CAPITAL NT ATM BAMM,
JACK HON, IHISfllfMirPIV
I AN D RET H
THE U.S. MAIL BRINCS US TO YOUR DOOR I
The moat xtenslTe floeil (Ifownra In Amorloa. FoiinilaHl 1 781. Droii tis a Postal Vnr4
f.,r out I'ltlt KU CA I AI tKilK. AilUrasa altBj.ly A.A.11UUICTM, I'HII.AfXCl.l'lli.V
, '.'in lie wilt at our eipeOM,
K. Nf. WIU1HMAV,
in.il BuiMlnfi 1'iiiinvill.., K).
NEW ' ADVERTISEMENTS.
l. i-i.1cl opinions iaprosaaq in lanaingf f Jia1 ut.
1m un.lcr-1'....l ; the pttlMptosf, fiillt-it :inl inn-l iic-
. id it. IntelUgaaM aj whatever iii the wraa wotU)
is wt.rlli utteiitioti. I'hat i.n what evcrvhody injure
t.. Ind iii any eWHaa olTHE srS'. Bnbacrlp-
Uont I a 1 1. V 1 1 paAss), hy mail. (So. a an. nth, or
16,80 ii year, Sfsn.tv (I aafSa), lijA irr year;
Wi ikiv (S MMjaaMH per year,
. W, KMii.ASD, PnWfaber, New Vork City.
DON'TOKDKR BAND or Orchestral '-
atrniiientH. or Musical I ..hkIs
it.', k iml, beiora aandloa
lor net nrioea t.. A I.I.KS It.
HuDWtiltl II, 47 Ufny.
ette i. lace, New tork. An
Kxei-iient d nut nsum i ir
net, 11AM; Best H la! 1 or
net, 9; Ms B Hut Attn
Ssnl C O, D., with .riti
lego o( trial.
Prevent Decay of the Teeth
With their Httrest preservative, aromatic
Sozodont. Whiteness of tht: tlental row, a
healthful rosiness and hanlness of the gams,
a sweet breath, an agreeable taate ia the
mouth, all these are conferred by SOodont.
Does not such an invaluable toilet article,
one so pure ss wen a eneutur uc
serve the popularity it envoys? Most as
suredly. It has no rival worthy of the narue.
The ordinary powders and pastes are nothing
to it, and since its appearanre nave rapiuiy
lost ground. Wold ty araggists.
(InnA brpedinir shows itself most,
where to an ordinary eye it appears the
Ko man hits over oflendei his own con
science, but first or last it was revenged
upon him for it. ruller.
Gen. John 1$ Gordon ltd many brave
Georgians to the cannon'a mouth, while
mothers were savins the lives of their
babies with Da. Mofkictt s Tritiiira
Trrthina Foir(Ur),ouT Druggists supply
them, for sale by Byron Lemly.
To moat men experience is like the
stern lights of a ship, which illumine
only the track it has passed. Cole
ridge. For dressing the hair, and beautifying it
when grav, nothing is so satisfactory as
Parker s liair Balsam.
Without content, we shall find it al
most as difficult to please others as our
JI 1 1 a I j K R' 8 MOTEI.
37, 3D k 41 WEST 20TH STREET,
3ET YORK CITY.
Southern people vlltln New York will (iml thla
hoiine moat dratrsWe atopplnR place, Hweiin
l BC comfortaof B MM wilh tlie ailvnlae of a
hotel, at moderate raleai Convenient U) the entrea
ii trade, the parka, places of liailassasnl ami the
nrinciiial chiirehes. Pure air, perject faatUatlon,
iinetceutiomtble lahle, mratan, r.iecm
SKM FOR (TTUTI.ATt.
I X -II. Vl.lt M'l.t TA XI;
BTKtfl. Pl tTAl.l)S;
NH'XLK KPl-t i'At l.l;
Rf KAKRN'N HPBCTACM R;
t tmi.N A l llN .-Pl.t T.r. S;
lurocM, spi-i tai i:i:s;
PKBlrHJOPIO fil'IX J t'l.l;
NK.Ui-si'iHT rOnttsve) SpKCTAULKAf
i .".Ml. l'l i ! rl.l:
MI-.HK A I I U HI'ECT tCLESj
A N V KIND or M'i;rr.tr,:
TBS BB8T OF sj'f.f TA l.l; an.l
At E. 7. SEUTTEH'S
Jewelry Store, Sputter's CorBer,
mar.'l.'Sl .1m. JACKsuN, MISS.
mm l NOTICE ! !
rn.t RTAKD AT THB PEXTTENTtABt
Y stal.h'i thla Spring, the splendid
He i the Ijireat and Beat Bred Jack ever hroin;ht
to tills eoiintrv, Mm, the nianl!icciil Stallion,
He ia aliteen and one-half kanda it I ft la ; a lteautfu!
dapple brovaj of line Bsaseh) and lame, and grest
power; ierfectlv ip'ntle and kind, and a line com
blBSd IIarskss- n)Saiiih.k Uuksk; six jeraold.
SinOft 'ah; tiO.OO f'.tah, Inaarame; fl.04 lo
fall and nee BmM anlmala If yon IH u OrSSd
tine and r4llahl stock. Paaturaae Inrniabed free of
liarae if aealred, hut no riaka taken.
R. N. F.UUANKH.
Jackao'n, Mlaa., April 2."i,li4.v:im.
The tildcst and l.arest Safe Mana
factiiring EstutrHMhmeiit Id America.
MANrFAf'Tl'Kl THE OM.V AllSOI.l TE
Burglar-Proof and Fire
proof Safe made.
Hall's Patent Combination Locks,
Hall's Patent Lcvotailod Tenon and
Grooved Bnrglar-Proof Safes.
Hall's Patent Concrete Fire
Vault Work. Jail Work.
Bisk, State and Count Traasnrer, Mer
chant, and ever class of Security
Desired we Manufacture,
Wf. M a k r. a tTMIUttf ir
Fire and Burglar-Proof Safes
for Jewelers' Use.
Prices as Low as the Lowest !
Ho one Should be without a.HiU'a'Safs.
10 A0VER1 18ER8
in 977 go
ED. t. 1R1
ieMsUBXX P. ItllWElX 4 TO.
l..,i-.t Kates f'.r aderti.a
sraai nt., n
I in. it, 077 nnod ne.wauanera .nt Iree. Ad
Srhiiiiif and D arable Dentistry.
I -i K varr, I. I. B., " ' Mn.i.aa, V. i- S.
' Lata Oean, H. l . lental ' ollee.
iRS. kNAPP & MILLER,
HAVE REMOTER EKOM THE OOBKfB OK
ritate and Capitol "itreeta, to the
Corner of State and Pearl Sts.,
over Ledbetter'8 Drnjr Store,
Wh.re they will atisad to the practice, of
EENTIST2Y in all its BBANCHES.
a. Tanas Cash.
Thoniaa' Hay Rake,
BROCUHER A HROWNE'S.
JOIIW MASTZ. ' HAS. a.taARTZ.
JOHN MARTZ Sc SON,
Stat. Street, JACKS0H, MI88.
Manufacturers ef PORE CABDY, Whole
sals aad Retail,
srOrden SolUdted, snd lll r-eir careful stlen
m:ir'. 'y. lion.
HALL'S SAFE & LOCK CO.,
J. L. HALL, Pren't.
Factory and Piiixcu'Ar. Ovrics.
Hew York, Chicago, St. Louis, Cleveland,
Louisville. San PranoUce.
pll, .V. ,.
Stats A Monroe Sta.. Chicago. .
W III djnpM ton, Mrtm h J
fer l 00 W. jlu..aj'...f.
t iMiraanK f. "
r.mp.H. ES..I.W, t..iit
a. n. u.lns SUITw Mrt
l a..ar. sua iww IUmW..
itMtaK aatsaisi ' .wi r la
To Whom it Nav onern.
N 7 L' TUBE, BO PATIEHT WILL BI
"Mamma, does the wind whistle for
the leaves to dance byf asked little Min
one day as she came bounding into the
house. Youth's Companion.
Back in Jackson to May!
DR. A. H. HILZHEIM,
HAS Ol'KNEK BIS OFFICE IN KEUfT
BtLMK, ovaa sTEDMAN A OWS BTOBK.
Work will le found eaal to any 'that ran tie ob
tained in the large Cities, snd at rj moderate
ie.111 l.tl.i )..M wm.
Eiiteen yesra in
arh ;si C.at.D Fillis a KrpCIAXTV.
admittcl Into the Asylum unleas ordvrod ill by
By order of IM Truateea.
T. J. MITCHELL, SaaattalaaoVnl
laekwin, Mian.) May !, ISV-am.
T.ix'-aatv.OK MtaAoaassrUI find it to their tar
i wrwit to oorraawad wias as bflfor bariac tSasir
I'ostas, 11 aid Wis and Tissue priaMd. Addrss
row am BaassAAa, Jaehaea, Miss.
Free WellTery Wuroii.
I Have- I.nisl sat a Int
wbleh I will sell as low as sny one, and dellaa.
Freer of C htsrue. lo any part of she m;
OWe your order, to the driver of my Delivv
Wagon. Voura, uuly, .A. VlKUkK.
MEK HASTh' DEEDS OFRUST.
Kal Estate Tax Lists for 18S8.
1'erHonal Tax Lifts for 18B3.
JnstlceB and MlscellaneonH ltlanks
I full assortment always on hand. Address
CLARH'N OFFICE, Jacksom, Miss.
1MI HAI.K Two alee Pselliiifp and Iiota
1 easj on nWtoeat Street, tlie other on North
martlss-tf. Apply to R. K. Javs.
KiialiKiaa House on State Street.
ith dwelling aoufe and garden lot iu rear.
il, 3-lf. Apply to R. K. Javtta.
las never more earnest m my
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