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LARION. tl ths City of Jaskwa .,, I to snnoniiec th nan of tlrr as randidste ft rtl- 1 4 rho-ry ijti owu i ounty. Hinflsvomiij .'wuaunj w.- ser ..-.-.H-M OSCS) 8. HaW- it for tbe '3a- from the P imi itic C"nven vi, September 6th. i mnumM SB f Rtnrv "".amus f ir Circuit Ork. subieet I to snnonnce MR. WILEY rrCK - a indidtte lor Circuit Clerk, i mber, ls- subject to action io-rtie Nominating Conven- tfi r'.."'! announce me name to ml i P.F.. r i Hind County, as a eaadi iof liitrict-Attorney ot tiw Ninth t. composed of the cvtratie of -and Yaaoo. Election, No- aSOAD TIME-TABLE. itrg an 3 aunoiaa aauroaa. . n r irrlTH 10:06. r m. i..m: War rreht, on Tuesdays ! iurwiiy-s,aiTiver,Oa. to: leave- - ixti KrelglM, arriv 2:4 p. in. -rTirtnSdt'Bi m . leaves 3 an a. Lr Tt-tO a. tu. : arrive iron ' " War Freieht. on Mondar ' "i VriJv. arriv 5:46 p. m., leaves ' ""an rel"nl' 1:49 " ! lWt JOHN SCOTT, Oen. Manager. ...TKristendent. ' yir. Qjmo, luteal Ageut. i C :umbua Railroad, r) rf f t April MltJ A. M. Ti ,,N, coin" Esr. v-iAmv- at J'k" 8:4f'P- m- jlch- .". ". l,...i.u l-M n. m. i ii.I.esv iackaM : a. SffcaWbeJ It ' nai B D. lROSl,Gen-I ?up-t C, 0. JOHXJ--. 1 A 1 itihez 5:1U Central Ra-lrad. MM. St p. in. Ciiaoi :V leaves 40 a. ' i . .re-. J-i train, strives - K ,...iv., aw i"'- I-' - . :. ; a. m. t I ' ( T Kl OD, r i LAiaa, Art nx I OU. A. ' A t ,,,, Preat. au'H'vn. ."an r. p. u.. vi !i m Agtnt. ,, ,, otheb son s. be ( 'li . . . II ..,!- haa fen wlded ITof Telepbone subicribert. .! tfra. Uanship, of lfcCob brief vi.-i' to Jxckwm. j. ,u r ,)f ti,e Hill City a l!vi!irr vwt wj .v., kna Lota HrriaftMi is befo CneuJs probably rorserewlweeto. S. HaaaUtoa kttd fatnily ,r tbe North in a few aj ,f '.tzllo City, tho tu-iirhbor- v U Bow ,-,1 kint. Tli..-'. bykes, ..I aowww Jgo Senator JUongiBo Mr. T. D. Pact and family are rtat- aitives in the lana ei nwi A. ViniPii na sometBiag w tjatbbaf in this issue, .e his Capt. W. T. Ratliff, tbe prt ular and accomplished Chancery Clerk of Hiudx , U announced to-day as a can didate for the nomination at Raymond on 6th proximo. The nomination of Mr. RTN. Miller for District Attorney of thk District, n a- ratified in a racial way at the Hpenjr ler Houc on Saturday last, when a num ber of eloquent gentlemen, including the defeated candidates, made speeches. The next ratification will be at the polls in November. A Willie Cooper was passing the scior-grinding shop on Capitol street this morning, a dog jumped out from same and bit him severely on right hip and also on rijrht lee. The doe ordi nance should be enforced against that cur and all others that are not muzzled by day and kept off the streets at night. Her. Dr. Bardwell, of Meridian, preached at the Presbyterian church last Sabbath morning and also at night The Doctor is spending a two-months vacation from his pastorial charge, in pmeenting the claims of that most ex cellent institution, the Southwestern Presbyterian Universitv, Clarksville, Tenn., of which Rev. Dr. Waddel, is Chancellor. There was an absurd report in Natchez yesterday to the effect that yellow fever had appeared in Jackson! A telegraphic inquiry was received at this office on the subject. There was no foundation whatever for anv such re port. Ho far as we know, not a sincle case has yet occurred, this year, in Louisiana or Mississippi thank- to the unttKtial vigilance of health officer, and a kind Providence. A subscriber in Texan wants to kupw when and where Tim: CiaR- OS was ( ta!ililieil and wlm have Ix-en it successive publishers. We shall en lighten him some of these davs when we get in a historical and biographical mood. A few more vears and the paper can celebnte its semi-centern'al. Per haps that would be an appropriate time if our trienl can attorn to w-ai!. Mr. H. If. Taylor, and all bis chil- Iren, left for the North last night, to be absent a month or more. Miss Ida Tav- lor will probably remain with her inde's family at Wen Chester, fa., for lome time, lheir departure was the occasion of a most enjoyable entertain- . , . ct . J f 1 . II T. t mcnt last oaturaay nignr. .ir. tavior s figuring on the completion of the new government building, and we hope he will succeed in getting the contract. Mr. Jsydore Straus has very gener ously offered his services as minister to conduct services in lieth Israel eongre gatiou itt any time, until a Rabbi is pro cured, which they are,now trying to secure- The heartfelt thanks of Beth Is rael congregation are due and are here by tendered Mr. Isydore Strauss for his renerotil and timely otfer. and the mem bera of Beth Israel congregation will ever remember bis kindness. E. Bloom, 1'res't Beth Israel Congregation. Rev. Dr. Boudebush, we are pleased to saw has perfected bis plans lor the lUCCWmfnl opi ning of the Jackson Col legiate Male Academy on the lth of next month. The Trustees of this teademy purchased the old Blind Asy lum property, w hich w ill be thoroughly repaired, and have recently made a con tract with Mr. Swan for the erection of a school building 80 by :,1 feet fit a cost of about $2,000.00. The main building will be occupied by Dr. Boudebush and his family, and by his boarding pupils, of which" he will have quite a number. He Georgia Legislature Tuesday Wrta a general local-option law for the There are alarming symptoms of! another earthquake on the Italian island of Isehia. Cholera carried off twelve per cent, of the inmates of the Cairo insane asylum in four days. There was frot in some localities in Wisconsin on the 14th, inst., bat no se rious damage is reported. Eighteen and twenty bushels to tbe acre is tbe average of tbe new wheat crop in Dakota, The harvest is in pro gress. Near Dallas, Tex., August 17 Mar tin Bradley, colored, was lynched by a mob of citizens for attempting to out rage a white lady. According to testimony before tbe Ssnate committee on labor yesterday 140 out of 160 strikes have succeeded in the past two years. The Kansas railroad commissioners are examining a case in which it is al leged the railroad company levied ex cessive charges lor loaamg came. John Simmons, a merchant of Deep Creek, Virginia, killed his wife and com mitted suieide n Saturday night. No cause is assigned for the deed. lb Wi Virden will try the ohere for the next ted to Mr. Walter rinof the Raleigh bar lor a pleas- n. Fitgerald, the able prosecuting ;t of the Viekshurg District, is lentv. at hoodlums arrpear to have taken ston ot tlie rair unwnin on .-uu- vening. . E. Vinlcit. nceompanied by his fc, tbe Misses Sullivan, are rmtt Sew York. tMr. K. N. Miller, of Copiah, will be nl Distrtot Attorney ot the ."sixtn tl District. is mrm weather has set in again. nl i turnsi nights make it much ttforable. ht Bistriet Attorney Nominating hstition kent nubiic interest pitched a. . . . , t aigh key tor a day or two last weex ift. Colin 8. Tarplev and his sister. Sue Tarolev. will leave 'to-dav for iourn at Monteajde, Tennessee. I r-H.m. J. R. Mcintosh was in the Hat week: also Cant. .1.11. Neville mr for Marion county. kin. Dr. C eorge Harrington witl k'r Ktlu'lhcrt ami hi sister, are visit Ifrienl- in llohiies rWe had the pleasure of a call ves trom lion. h. A. revton. ttieante eilorof this District. hfcv. Dr. Galloway will deliver the Ml at the open-ing of the Grenada IB .. , w ege en the t u September. filman A Co.. are receiving new i for the tall and w inter campaign est style.- and low prices. -Bev. H. T. Sorolea, pastor of the Ut church, is at Williamstown, S. with hi- family this week. -Wm. J. Browa, Jr., candidate for tab (Jerk, will submit his claims at rltreve on Saturday next. -Mr. H. A. McDonald, of Covineton ty, WM in Jackson last week. He Bp & 0OOU retmrt of Covinctnn. i - . - o P Aulie Arnold, daughter of J- at Arnold, of Columbus, is mag her relative. Miss Birdie Lowry. "The Baptist. Bresbvterian and -- T n l: .. juim tuua,n.gaiioni win worsnip ai of the latter next Sundav it -Messrs. R. L. Saunders and Sam J Jr., have gone East to make rwectiom for the fall and winter LETTER LIST. fast of letters remaining in the Post office at Jackson, Hinds county, Miss., for the week ending August 2'i, 18S3: Anderson, Miss Bat Nelson, J. A. tie we, ieison Armstrong, li- Mat-Lee, W. H tie Ball, Karv Blair, K. H. Burnett, .J no 3. Btirnes, Jacob Herder, ired. ooper, Kebeeea Eilis, Mrs. J. W. Kvans, Mrs. M. J. (ilasso, Beatrice Griffin, Elias Harris, i. S. Hardy, J.T, Hayden, Win T. Harris, Miss Elsie Hewiite,T. O. Hitrsfins, Morris Hiles, Elin Hestins, E. A . Hodges, S. E. linen, Wm. Jelson. I.ioa Martin. Mollie Medloek, Mis. Martha Milleur, Miss Emily Mitchell, Frank Moon, P. W. i tglestOB. Wm. Patton, Kiibeti Pat'on, Mary Jane Perkins S:ir:ili Perry, Lncy Perkins, Willie Ii. Pounder, Jim Rngsdale Hotel Richardson, Mittie 4 Richards. Anna Rneker, Huston Shake!, Mrs. N. Scott, Mrs. T. J. Smith, faptWN. -T. Smith, T. H. Thompson, Mrs. Ma ria J. Tripp, Miss Annie Ware, Mrs. Silrey Keys, J.N. Levy Bros. & Co, Persons calling for any of the above let ters will please sav '-advertised. UEO. t;. .mcivf.k, r. .!. -Another refreshinir rain last nicht nd immediate vicinity nas been favored in the way of saoiffcrs. w -r. Wm. R Tavl.ir will attend to iness of his father. Mr. H. M. r. durin? the absence of the latter "erai weeks. -Hot). C. B. Turninseed. who served ! people of Carroll so efficiently in ISygisIature, gave us a .passing Mississippi- kr, Wfcaturaay '.. 1 -QTot y Vy fa ItJI m? announcee a grand M00 to Chiean sVntumlwr 12th. 2 the round trip $15.00; tickets twenty A-xv. A Card from Hon. J. G. Hamilton rniT "r.Rlox: Permit me to state thrnnfffa vour paper, that my connection wnh the Farm . t's Live Stock Assoeiatioi of Mississippi, was levered in the early part of this year, since which time, I am in .n.i rpsnonsihle for its acts. Any tnrtnei use ofmv name as its President is forbidden Respeetfullr. J. G. Hamilton. Amrust 90th, 1888.-U Letter from Claiborne. Sr. ElJfO Station-, Mh., August 17, 1888, ) EniTORs Ci.akion: Please announce that the Democratic party of Claiborne count v knows too suchoVy as ''fusion, or other unconditional surrender. hat ever representation she is entitled to, will go Simon Pure. Yours, etc., . R. J. JERSEY CATTLE. How to Get tne Genuine Article. The demand for Jersey cattle in the P.nlf States is so much in excess of the supply, that importation becomes a ne cessity. Those who have studied the question say it is much safer to import .1 f Inr than trom tne -onn and West. Of the herd landed at Mo bile last fall by ex-Mayor Duffee, one a:a frm ininries received in a storm at U1CU IH"" ."J " . . . -, sea; and all tne oiners are . "6 - native cattle, ana uomg j little calves did not sutler in tne least, uy the sea voyage; and tne ctimate . i.i i o.-. nnorlv the same us that oi ISiaiOl 1? WI mw; . that there is no accti llir nun " Tk. : .,o tn o-o tnrouif II. niaiiiiK i i w o" - - .,if States is the American nome u v.wma .Wa ... w , ; the Jersey cow, and tne jersey to , the future mine of wealth fortheauth- eiurr' ti.,w, win visit jix-Mavor eieo. vr. j""- the Island in October to bring over a i t himsolf and others. We is UCIU Stephen Green, of Colleton county, S. C, gave his wife and children mor- nhine. in mistake for ouinine. Two of the children are dead and his wife is dying. A iurv in Ixmdon forbade a woman the administration of her own affairs be cause of the peculiar bird-like formation of her head, which they believed was an indication of insanity. In an election riot at Uryantsville, k'. iitiii tv. vesteidav. two colored men were killed and two others mortally wounded. Several others were severely wounded, among them two whites. At tbe election in Utah, last Monday, the first under the Edmunds law, the Mormons carried every county tbe Gen tiles electing a few Justices and Consta bles in mining camps. A Justice of the Supreme Coortofllli- iioisha- disappeared, and is believed to be in Dakota. Pleasant Henderson, filed a bill for a divorce from his wife alleging adultery committed with tie aforesaid Judge. Returns of tbe State election in Ken tucky, held a few day since, indicate a light vote and a Democratic majority st i mated at 40,000. The Legislature is believed to be more largely Democratic than before. Information has been received from Pensacobi to the effect that Surgeon Owens is down with the yellow fever: that there are five cases in the yard and three outside, and there is danger of its spreading. The Surgeon General of the Marine Hospital Service is informed that the steamship Amethyst left four cases of yellow fever at Havana, and sailed thence on the 4th instant for Boston. flic health authorities of the latter city lave been notified. Mr. Stilson Hutcliins, editor of the Wishinyton Post, is on a still-hunt for the Clerkship of the next House of Rep resentatives. The most formidable can didates have hitherto been ex-Representa-tives Atkins, of Tennessee, and Clark, of Missouri. t Memphis the police arrested J. B. Burdick on tbe charge of bigamy. He ime to Memphis about six months ago and when arrested was employed as ;i tele2raph operator. He has a wife re siding at Boscoble, Wis., notwithstand ing which he married a Miss Mattie Thomas, of Memphis, one month ago. In the convention of the National pirtv of New Jersey on the 11th, reso- ntions were offered favoring Govern- ,1 1 ment control over ranroaas ami teie graphs, demanding that all money issued shall tie legal tender, iavoring a postal telegraph service, and equal taxa tion. The trial of the Jenkins brothers for killing Rev. Lane Borden at Mansfield, whicu was to have begun at ftiireve- p irt Monday next, on account of some error in drawing the venire, is post poned until the hrst Alonday m tep tember. The defense will seek to prove that Miss Butler was engaged to lien Jenkins and that she did tell him that she had been seduced by Borden. Tbe elopement of Miss Cora Wisaid, aged thirteen years, aud Henry Burns, sixteen years old, is the sensation of the hour ai Westmoreland, N. Y. The juvenile i; Juliet," is a jxtlte little mi-s, with light brown hair, dark, flashing eyes, and pretty features, while '-Romeo" Bums revels in florid hair and complex ion, and walks, looks aud talks awkwardly. At I'tica, X. Y.. Aug. , Frank Stowell, manager of E. A. Allen's im mense glove manufactory at Gloversville a member of tbe Methodist church and prominent society man, has eloped with .Miss Masrzie i.eavenworin, a memoer oi the Presbyterian church and a niece of W. K. Hoacock, president of tbe tonda, - n i J ii itiston and liiovervme ranroau. towell leave a wife and two children SrEDMAN & CO. Corner State and Pearl Streets, JACKSON, KISS. ! Wfaiwe Intend l U ii Fall m. x: - To sell all lines of goods cheaper than j ever before known in the historyof this section of country. We intend not alone to Dktatt Prka in tki Market, but to compete with any Wholesale Jobbing House of New York. This statement would be absurd and impossible to carry out, did we boy in the old fogy way, of the Southern Mer chant; but we cant buy from creJii houses, because we don't sell on lime. Cmfc is no object to us. We wan t low prices and have gone about it in this way to get them : Combined w ith sev eral other houses of different sections of country, established our own offices in New York and Boston, employed oik own buyers and keep them always in tbe market. We dou't pay the middle-man. We don't pay for the big city rents: and we don t pay for the drummer. Our buyers purchase for our joint accounts over So.uoo.uw.w during tne ... . . . 1T 1. vear. e ouv direct, vt e paj casu and we buv eoods ju-t as low as they can be manufactured, and often les; and this is bow we can compete with my house in the country. MEEISION' -CHICAGO ! If. P. ft LEY. Wrt " T. GRIFFITH, PworsrrroF FTCCAT105A!. CITY WAREHOUSE, JACKSON, MISS. ESTABLISHED 18431 HutrisviUe Female Seminary,; Bel levin e riign oinuoi, KTJHT8TIIXE. SOSTH AT.ABAXA RKIIIOR0 .. VRf,IA. ms s-Htioi. rn rot sg uvi:; m I lheMVliij1'ratS fTR f Ka,i" arranl OAerw ?Sewr Advantacres to Farmers Briagiwg Cotton to. srn-vMaa isiamar 1. A minw, waaiir mn'i en. raiw. . aaa -. In Us freedom tram malarU. and iu praiMitt I ttra. la ttW m!arinsfflstrt. S. T1iaifc inalilaail 1 1 1 i "Ti ' t.-'or vs xrrr, vovx l I? lliuium, OaiXrqt or Vi aia1.inr r n i.i- it. Kaaatltil axf heain Wtu l u.'. onrjm of lctrn-- rxcursion to Chicago, aagggstTs.Hgw stock shed Btnhit iwW be maac to itfcr of tka oodmard at Nrr Orlua, on or brforf CIMi txrSth iUay of Use pattm of the "Ureal Jaetooa Bwtt . ha-e nerer rfalted Chkgo. ito ita baaaufm Parte asd ( ita oadrial CxtwaitioB. Itaj aaaavtScaat and an ir..ni i V,w l kaadaone Lavas, Boc- and DriretraTa. yr have WtaU or 35tei?St': -"w, this ard of iVa- nad Trip Rate has heeo made. Ample aecotcaicdaUon wm be proTlded and ererr oomfcrt and voarenimrr affiirW this train, that iU make the mp en)o aUr Eemorahcr these tickets at thU eireedlnjly , rate TiO ta goc-d oaty fee M ' - I r.tWl Weat. Paaa. Agt. i J. W. OHXSI.S km- ie'l rasa. Agrwt. Jackson. New Scales T 2ewr Wagon Yard : COKE AND USE TUt ew York, Penn. k Ohio Formerly Atlantic Great WesWrn; E. R. ERIE ROUTE i ron cmeahtM.m W1IH01T C1ASCE Or CARS EW Y0RK7 ALBANY, BOSTON ANDJHE EAST. -TtlK PlHEfT KOI TE TO- LAKE CHATAUqUA. The rJMtTEB EXPKESS (new Fast TrainK ."I jiniiinati S:. daily airi.es lke- iog Coacl.,- SSirt w itboot change. T., vflON" TXPRE&3 lcaroi Cincinnati daily, to New York. Tiir rVKN'lN'O EXTOESS leave! Cincinnati lilt. i... - n. .11 . vliMnini7 Willi 1 iiiiiui." - f a As a proof of what we say we ask an inspection of our stock, which will be complete in nearly every line by 1st September. We intend to add many new lines to our stores this Fall, and make very many improvements. We will keep you informed from w eek to week of our prices, and you may look for G'rwrf La main! STUD MAN & CO. STATE FAIR PREMIUMS. -'I D i : i- a kt M L N r A . Xmllnrorl: rVmiiH-titiuii limited to Mi trance fee. F ir tbe bo-t BpeettDOB of Needlework rt.icciiiieii f 'nx ket Talile Mats B iys Suit by a ladr Speciiuen of Embroidery in Silk Specimen of Embroidery in Worsted Specimen of Knitvmlery in IMllow Sham-. Braided fhemiso. Braided town ents Dressing (iown Specimen ol praMod worK Atbuu. nonie tiiaac Pin Cushion Wool Carpet, 10 yards Hearth Bis Calico Quilt by girl under 10 years Log Cabin Quilt by gTown lady silk Patcbwatch Quili Home made Counterpane Pair Hose Pair Half Hose 'alieo I'ress bv tirl under 10 years Lineu Shirt unlaundred Doll QnlH by girl under 5 years Pair Embroidered Slippers n r ltranieu 1 1 1 low t.iwiH Chair Corer ueciawn VV nx W ork Simen Artificial Flowers. .. peelim n w iimow LamureHuius aSSpceial premiums solicited, to lie added to ny item In foregoing, or other items as may be in dicated by the person otl'eriiiK the premium. L. 1". Cmi.Ks, S.-, 'v. 2 SO 1 50 10 110 E 00 S 00 2 on 2 50 2 So 5 00 2 50 2 (HI S 00 5 00 2 50 S 00 5 00 5 00 6 00 S 00 2 00 9 00 2 1)0 00 2 on 2 'CO on S M 5 00 bio pitEMit-M roa iraaaw. Mr. W. J. Bradshaw alien one sack of choice Rio Coffee for the lst la! Bread evbibited at .--late Fair. -Mis r,n:a JJf0! Mr. E. E. J. Boos, who has i J?lt ill for some days past, is we ucar improving. i. lff New York. Ponnsvlvania and '"'ay u now the grand through -award from Cincinnati. We "eation to details of same in Wlttnin. widely known for integrity and intelli gence; is an experienced importer, and P .uT',e n ; tk Gnlf States who ever bought an imported Jersey cow V m.-nllle r.( Corinth. Miss. u ...f.., t.rest in the importation, ana Una Aa wa.sw A m full information, and receive V; " Wewaafennetwee and North XLldkwk and breeder, XUmUT . il. EBilBiiVVBlwn - . . ' oWlo to emoy tne nut larmrrs, nuv v - - - ri .Z. ,t k..tor nf these wonderful rrtfaiii aim iuhvj . . i cattle.shonldavi.il themseWes a rate, so reasonable when compared with P re viling prices. " nihrn to Ke Vork without change HOADLY irvmv rirrHVT Cap.. FIFTH akb STRi ETS, ( INCIXS ATI, OHIO. fwnriir" 'roa have excellent connections at Cincinnati with trains of this road for all pom" E1- Ticketa to all Eastern Points, via Ea kewood, good for 'ion-over at that tioint, are for sale at all omces "Sng iilrougbout the South, txcur ion Tiikels to IkewocKl and Return, and to Maeara Falls and return, arc on sale during the season at reduced raies. A.SK FOR TICKETS VIA THE New York, Penn. and Ohio B, E. Soutbern Traveling A I. If. FEKKIS, fieu'l Super' litftit, Cicrelauil, Ohio. Aug. 22, 1SS3, ;ent, ATLANTA. 6A. A. E. I I-AKK, Gea't Pass. Agent. Cleveland, oino. L&KEWOOD, N. Y. rrtHIS 1 in 1 At Atlanta. Oa., A u artist 8, Mrs. Ash by. living in James place, has been weak iu mind for some time. A lady entering the house found the unfortu nate woman with a small kitten almost down her throat, only the hind lees be- in" visible. The kitten was scratching furiouslv. With rare presence of mind the ladv crasped the animal and pulled " a . . 1 1 i. . t out. Hie Kitten lives, otu ine woman s in a desperate condition. At Columbia, B. C, August 8. during a recent storm in the county ot lorfe in the UDoer part of this fctate, a most remarkable accident by lightning and miraculous escape from death occurred Mrs. Marv r . rstarraml Miss Irene Starr mother and daughter, were returning from a picnic in a buggy drawn by a mule. The ule was killed. The ladies barely escaped with their lives. Srwcial reports from forty-five coun ties of Georgia and Florida upon the condition of the cotton crop, state that the drought is generally broken and the outlook brighter. Some fear rust and damage by worms aud caterpillars in some counties, l ne prospects oi riori da are better than in Georgia owing to more frequent rams. Caterpillars are numerous in the latter State. Picking has begun to a limited extent, with labor generally in good supply. In Prasrue last Wednesday night a mob of fire hundred men attacked tl Jewish quarters and, after doing much damage, was nnaiiy supprcssea oy me militarv. Telearranis from Vienna state that the frequency of these riots is caus- nr the PTivernment mucn uneasiness, and orders have been issued to the mili- tarr Ann nri iee authorities to treat them with the utmost severity whenever and I us oo 2 00 e oft a 1 00 fi 50 2 50 2 50 2 00 SJM S 00 .-. 00 .-. no 2 50 2 00 2 00 1(1 00 2 00 5 00 5 00 5 00 .-. 00 5 00 5 00 1 00 i oo 1 00 l no l 00 5 00 10 00 :! no 3 00 5 00 2 50 iissrscortMi prodvcisj dbpabtmen r Vi, Dairy aaif Qaritn Proinels. Best Hisplav Canned Fr.ilts, Jellies, Canned Vegetable:, Pickles : Sugar Cured Ham Hushr! w line L.m in eir Bushel Oat3 - Lari?eiit doKen ears Corn Peck Sweet Potatoes - Peek Irish Potabx-s Bushel liooher Pe.m Bushel Cow IVas .Bale Cntb Gnu Hay Bale Japan t lover Bale Clover Hay Specimen tierman Millett tuincti nrown t orn Uaf Uxbt Iwead (at special i remiom.... Bushel Millet Seed Siecimen Cheese .i ox. rtutter Sneeimen Cream Cheese 2 !bs. Silver Cake F'ruit Cake Spawn Cake rouuu t ane UUnlav Preserves Collection Home-made Wines, Bottle Blackberry Wine " Concsinl ttrape wine " Scupemong wine " Catawba wine " Muscadine wine Displav lot Flowers Best liisplay of Garden Product than six vareties Apples tuinces Best displav of FruiU ..I.. 'r,.l.a.r.-. Best displav Bread and Cakes, by liaker Piploma Best display Candies Piploma mUH ASP PRESERVliS FOR THE FOI.LOWIO, $1.00 UCH: pple Oraiie, Peach, numb Jellies; Plain, Mixed ' and Yellow Pickles; Apple. Quince, Peach, rig. Citron, Pear ami BB1 i rese Celerv 5 stalks Pe.'k"Ked Onions Peck White Onions Half down Beets Half dozen Cabbage - B si and lanrcst Pumpkin B st and largest Swet Potatoe Bushel Red Top Turnips tushel C.lohe Turnlpn Bushel Kuta Bcstxa Display of Turnips Peck Peppers Half dozen Egg Plants..... Hilf lon Winter Squash Potk Tomatoes -- - 1 pounds Honey l ouiato v aisup FAVORITE RESOItT la NOW ENTER- ila Mill l S'ilsilll. uiiu ... A., ,Z -i'. (.. the fn.nt rank of Summer Resorts. To those who seek rest without stagnation, pleas ure without exciiement, the delights of rural life without it, inconveniences, and the charm of dwell-in-' betide a lan,e lnxly of water, Lakewood recom mrnls itself si rondv to favor. A more, beaut. fill s, o would be hard to tind. With Its jW-JgOJ outages HtmuM by trees; it velvet lawns i, ping down tothelaike; the chureb , with its spire; the great hotels with their cool and shady verandas- and the lake iu the foreground, it presents a nerfect r.icture oi rural loveliness. I K EWi SI ), i.riginaily called -Lak? View," frou'i tbe extensive view ot the Lake and its sur roundings, to lie had from this ricinity, is directly on the line of tha New York, Fenn, & Ohio Eailrad. (Forma t', A. it O. W. R. R.) On the So'ithern border of Ijike thautathiua, and Is no trenched by any other railway. The ihrr.iu-h New York, Niagara Falls Boston and Santog i Express trains pass directly through this bnttOfnl aud popular resort and all trains stop rtr-ilarly a! ljikewiK-l Depot to deliver and take oo p wngeta. (-..ndueiors are instructed to give ato oteTccks on all through tickets whether reading good for stop-over or not. Tin. should be uaer Sood as giv r.g pasiM-ugers the right to reach Eake ,"dln Fhrougn cars, and when they are ready to reCuinethoir journey, they can step right Into one PULLMAN'S PALACE Srawirg Boom or Sleeping Coaches, AXP OO THRorOH TO Siaffara Falls, Saratoga, N. Y, or rioston. Ma cannot Is- done by Bfr other road r.ius throu-ri cars or . . J " . INU ( llA !ll "J or llliotigu m.J f . " 'ihe'ui.'sl eomplet.. urrauscuenls ''ve ln made for the transp .riaiioii of passeogers to the Sunday SdMof Aisemblv. Itouud trip ticket direct I to ,'i....,..,i,,.. n on sa e ill all Brtn- ehl iiiei via tbe New York, Pennsyljrania A Ohio lliilroad, and bagaaga WW be elieeke.. 10 - "For Pe'eviprive Pamphlets. Ttekets to Ikewoe and return, and to Niagara Falls and return good THE ANNEXED Horizontal Cane Mill, wtrn THREE LAR&E BOLLEBS. Twelve Ixchb Ino. and 12 Ixchf5 is Pu.MrFa; Laroe tha.v any Mill for the fkice, asp Vmim 1200 Lbs. is mwrntm ron okly 90.00 CASH ! LXHv-reti free of Freight, m anv part oi Uie State. For .i mall ad ditional amount a Pulley can be at-t-ieheU tothi. Mill a lo "in u with Steam or Wster Power. Thta w the cheapest Case Mill ever sold m Mississippi. Address, G. HI BUST AM. aim a ii, Jackson, Miss. bilbwal 1 . Toat no pain Ma iv rspl,i 'o pfTi.ic ,or me iwifort and to rrnard the hmlib at jrajdh. Tka neit Sstoa cTcns Mjsp.o r-rrri For further jtaniruiirs fldrm J. H. LECKEV. jone30,'S-lTn, l-ruicMii. A I GIST A FEMALE SEISA8T ST At I O.Vi V Min Kary J. Baldwin yrinetpat. Ortxs StrT. 5ra...- CtosM Jc.-sb ifS. I (CATION; LV ITS lu its general Rppolnl-au-n j Ita tuU oorp. of chert; its unrivalled advantage in Muie. M.dern Ln2U-ies. l.i u Hon Fine Arts, Pbvaieai Culture aud lnstrtMSMu intu'e Theorr and 1 Tactic of Book -keep! a The Hitxwfui etibrta ml tu ccur health, conit. rl an t happiness: its oppoairion U ( xtrsvajrmice: Its -tardea- solid scholarship. For lull parUculars ap-pl- to tbe Principal for i.atato(cue. Jutie20,'S3-3m. SOITHWESTERN Pres Dyterian University, (1 .KiiM IM i:. 1WR1. For CatalOfW, lull I.TItlti W. R. APrx trt.. a P. Ilunbvillc Female Seminary, KTJBTaYILLE, a la sax a. T trSSCBPASSEH is Its baikliuKS and pviods ; saenisaod sanitary arrangt superior and expericuccd t idvaTitase in 5luie, Mode STUWS ? Or'' 1 Fr gt"Send order in at once. I frs. I IMSH l'T. A TOY IHSflf HOLLY SPRINGS, MISS. UTE, c A Boarding and Day School for Young Ladies, In the family of Judge J. W. C. Watson, and conducted by his daughter, Miss E. D Watson, aided by the lcst teacher-! in the Departments of Literature, Music and Art. BOARD (Including Lights, Fuel and Washing) with tuition in the English Branches, and in Latin when desired, per Session of Twenty Weeks, $100 00. Modern Language-, Music. Drawing and Painting, at customary prices. The Second Anneal Session orESS WEDNESDAY. SEPTEMBER lSth, 1883, aSf For Circulars and oilier information, address the Principal, or Judge J. W. C. Watson, Holly Springs, Mi-. y july25'83-3m. ractTLTV: W A I'M I.. P BfcV. .1 Rv. j. n. NHS i-.ri: S. J OOF 1" MAN, A. M. J W. CAl.PWLLL. A. K. B. Massif. o. K. 5ICHOtASt5F.N. Raw, KwflKBT HKIOF. Courses full and term, Cataleicue. juue27,'S;l-Sm. P , LL. P i"hD- M'li'V n. STEAP.T. MM. alyll,'S3-2a. s'ae: yvi.le, ky. Medioal Department of tho Uni versity ot Louisiana, New Orleans. rrutts is Tin: only lxsrm ii.'.n o: ti;t. 1 kiud la the l idio.1 eitalc la bich all of Uu, losj-l! ,ii . l Mr f if lAvi T. O. 61 itrg h.jiUI i- ;iud -enus l . t.i '.N, M P . Uean. jOArOKE C0LLIOK, ba-em, IMli ItiWi Seafott befna Sept. I- rLASSKAL ANPsCII NTll It t ' ' - : iKurees. Partul. n.i-ioesa, Nurmal aad It paraiury Couracv 1 ' .i l..iisiiB Course. ntSch .iu.) eitrman spoken. last ruction !m '';b -.. t IVactleal. Ubriry ol l,uU0 ti tumcs. t.csl mor als. Five churches. Uoulthlul mountaiu lecst.. K.viiu E;.rs for months, iioeicti tiou, board, tucl, lighu, washing, etc., 1. SYN0DICAL FEMALE COLLEGE, Florence, Alabama. H. COLLIER, President. Tire nt iMntli Session begins September Gth. 1883. Tirr Far-nit is romnnseel of nrofessirinal Teachers. The teachers nt Modern Lan guages have had the advantage of stud? in Paris and Heidelberg tmnrlit witliotit extra charge. Putiilsare thoronffhly instructed in Mathematics and other branches pursued in aD English course. . The Departments 0f Music and Art sre supplied with teachers of superior ability and reputation. Tl'iasiSi Pt r StSsfwn of Twenty Weekn Primary First aiid Second Academic, Third Academic Freshman and Sophomore, Junior and Senior, Incidental Fee, Board Tncludins fuel, lights, washing, etc. DPAHT.WENT OF MUSIC. Beginners, Advanced Pupils, Special Vocal Le-s(ms, Class vocal lessons, UNIVERSITY OF TENNESSEE - STATE AGRICULTURAL AND MECHANICAL COLLEGE, KnoxYillc, Teuu. Next Session begins September 6lfc, 1S83 I ts ceeasvs amxotMt scikstific. mtkb hit nd Millmrr Studies under ii(tien nn.fos- sors and instructors. Tbe student, (onn a battalion ti cadets iu cbanre of an eaieriensl eomniaudir One vear's preparatory Instructiou l pnividesl. Ah plieaats lor admission tothls class must be 15 years old and have a lair knowledge of Arithmetic, Ceorf raphv, EuKlish Grammar and V. S. History , Th'e situation of the University Is healthful. Its surroundings are beautiful. The cllmte Is superior. Tfinos is Fkkr to Tkachkiw AUD Casdi DATKS FOa THK CltRISlIaS MINISTRY. Fxpenses i tun mon to all students (or 40 weeks, trom tltWi ky (Ml. W ben tuition is iaid add $40. For Cataloirues and further particulars address DR. THOMAS W. HI MI S, rHKSlDKST I'SIVERSITY OF TKXX., june20,'83-2ra. Ksoxvillk, Tlns. WsslByan Female Instituis, Nlauulon, Virsiui i. i trom listccn State?. .. Cu- JulyUfawt. Jlt.U'-! i DtdSXBM, IYv Franklin Female College, Holly Springs, Miss." rpiIC TlflltTY-nn 11 ANKUAX BE.STQN OF JL taia widely known school 111 oomuitccv Was nksdat. Sai'TutBKa r,m, tsS. Loeallun central aai healthy. ruU ec T eoao ;c;ctit Tcwbcr. .VsrHf cmI fnucncil FucilUUl in .Vil T's.' A - AljHwSMati 1 crm malcraie Applr to Ma-? kl. r CLaTvX, uiyl,-83-2m. l'rincipal. ihamborliiin-Hunt cail. m . PEPARTMENT OF ART. Drawing Pencil, Drawing Crayon, Oil Painting and Water Colors Elocution Lessons, aug.l,'83-4w. $10 00 12 50 15 00 20 00 25 00 : i oo 80 00 815 00 to 20 00 25 00 25 OO Free. $12 50 20 00 25 00 5 00 It' -t Till.ss-,l - Sar7 t- IPrN'S SKPTRMItER 20th. ISSt. QmI ib. Fiaai .Schools for YOCXS LaMM is rui; I mtkd States. Surround ins l auli!ul. ( innate OBMO pa,id. One hundred and sixty Imanlim; juiiiils from eighteen States. TKRMS AMOStl till. BEST IN THE L'KTON. Beajd, Wasnlnc Enctisb Course. Uilin, French, ticiinan, DMttWBeatal Mus ic etc , ieir Scholastic rear, trom Septemlicr lo.luue, 8 18. For Catttloitucs, write to TBS Wil. A. n ARRIS, I). P., President. JrUlll.tfl IW STAVSToy, Vikgijiia. St. Margaret's Hall. A Boarding aud Bay School for Girls. TCITIOS FREE TO BOARPINU 1'LTII.S draduates will be prepared lo enter the I ni versity ot Oxford. School will re-open Septi.mbkr ZmTb mrs, s. b. WAP.r, julyll,'S3-2m. Jackbox, Mm?-. JUDSON FEMALE INSTITUTE, MARION, ALA. ROBERT PRAZER, President. Session hefrius October 2d, 1S3, with full Corps of Teachers. FOR SALE. Great Bargain' Cboice Land. SCHOOLS Dr-SiniXii OnapWesl and Experienced Teachers. Principals or Assistants, can secure thein by ap rlvine to the l.Mos School AeiENCY. :. i , ... Tinlpiiftiniia e nave Hfiswiw im i.s i-;. - . . j ' ... ,.,R. ... tbp for stop-over at wmewmm, l'l''-' " " ,, uh, Vork, Pennsylvania a Ohio lUii-nou., , i A (i. W. R. R.1 Also at unices oi connecting UbM West aud .south. 'v i n v v 'V c ar n,w "n Sa''', (i0"1' ,i,r Kp" I IV lY ti I 8 turn uutil Septamber 30th. J M I'ERRls, A. B CLARK, Oeii'l Superintendent. Jeii'l Pa sr. AjjtH, Cleveland, Ohio. Cleveland, Oh.o. Au '. 22, ISM. rriD bay ST LOCP. "N rilL UAlLiti'Ai' jeachers. aud will Itiruwn aov iscaooi orrauin. ... and on ..avfVabl- water, eonvetilent to w- lustroctor for the Scholastic year of 143 free m mill and to Sew Orleans, several Urpe tra, ok ; charga U you need a teacher, send in your appli anA pin" tiutsr. BrmroeLive soil to ... it, - -u I- : .-uii.tw before our best teacher are located, laud cotton, Tuba., tobacco, rice or At own- 'leacbers applying for situations charge nothing ,dimr at adislanee, oilers all, ol I 1 t on. unless located. Y . H. Clark, ervow. Applv to J. I- IDWLK. .!...-.-', a-ig.l5,-33-5m. P. O. Box Hi. Brandon. Ml. erv low. API or i. F. H. Claibor oBel3,'S-i- Natehez STRAYED! ONI. SMALL BLACK HORSE MILE, FIVE "vears old: sear on ri)rht hip; also sear on left j tail bone; with Spanish brand on thwh. Pfcap- .nr..,l nhont 1 be fib ol Aueuse. .iuj'- - MAYO, foosa Postol8.ee, Leake County aui?.22,-s3-3w. Mis.. a X. rieeOO. ' Apply lo SMYUE A STEVVART ian.lT,'83-tf. Jackson, .miss 'OK BAM. Jefferson. IU5rtl,'-tf. Apply flllUli- iill'l lotS e oibn e n No.-tV , R. K. .TaYNE. -,na &ai t--Ku-iiiess II n State Strjt X with SCHOOL NOTICE. MISS J03IE VAX HOOK will open school at the residence of her father, corner of Presi dent and College Streets, on Ti-ssday, September lih, 16S3. Terms moderate. Jacksevn, Auetist IS, 1S8S-4L J tm y Cattle Tiieir Importation ! A N FAFEKlfc2Cfc.Li LUiUKltn a-.s m m 1 1... A "will visit the Island of Jersev in October to HOIXINS INSTITUTE. Botetourt Springs, Va. The Fortieth Sssion optued with full ntim'wr. from fourteen different States, and clotvd on ihe ! 20th of June with a brilliant Commencement. The 1 io-.nrovemauts announced one year ago have boon almost completed and will, in a BSw WWn, IfW-lTS ,hc Gnishing touches. The 41st session will open on the 19th or Sr.r- TEMBCR, with facilities more, ample and complete than the school has commanded during its continu ous history of 40 successful years. Extensive Literary courses arc provided, covering English Language English Literature, HiMory, Latin, German, Irench, Mr.thcmalici, Natural Sclenee, Ethics. The Departments of Masic and Art are fully equipped and conducted nnder the best standard. The work In these departments re ceives the highest encomiums iiom Ihe bssl judges. The School is run with twenty (20) Officer and Teachers. Girls and Young I.adics are received for a slnele session or for the full period of school life. The locality enjoys the advantages of a mild, moun tain climate, valuable medb iujl waters, and the niosi picturesque scenery. This school wholly disapproves and discard-, the agency system for securing pupils. That system too often places girls and bays in schools and under influences of a very different character from those preferred by their parents. Apply for Circulars and relereuces. P. O. -BoirroL-RT BMOMa, i, Pepol Ooverdale, Shcnandr,ah Valley B. 1L, CHAS. L. COCKE, Superintendent. PORT GIBSON, MISS. Next Term Opens Sept. 10th. Corps ol Experienced Teachers; Course ot Study Extensive aud Thorough. Tuition and Board for Scholastic Yoar.tlSO.CO. For Catalogue, etc., address O. W. MiC.L--I3, julvli,'83-2m. bec'y Board ol I rtistoew. JACKSON COLLEGIATE ACADEMY. TQrB FIRST SESSION OF THIS SCHOOL FOB Sort and VOVM Ms, at Jiskton, is., Mill aaM September Ifltb. 1883. A new bulldine, most desirably l-eatcd and com plete in all its arrangement. for tho accommoda tion of a hundred and fifty studrns, will lie niiwlis,! and c cry thine done to place this Training School ou a iMM'inaiK'iil basis. The object ot this Academy is to prepsre roulhi either for t titertng t'olleex proper, W U till well their places In anv oi the busine-s rriaiionsol liie. Som but ext rienced or Uiorougbly qualllicd in structors aill bo employed. Students from a distance will hare seenriti t them all the restraints and comforts of homo with the I'amllv of the Principal. For particular iniormaiion, apply to O. S. Ro- H hush, at Brandon. Miss., until September 1st; aitr that time, at Jackson, Miss. julyl,'s:t-Kiu. mar21 k5E5 above -JVk J aT,R lMtSML IMlttFis ,'83-tf. Apply " K. J as ns For S175 a Jersey lfeiier o; the 1 00 1 00 1 00 1 08 1 00 I 00 1 00 St FOR RENT. F THE MOST DESIRABLE STO.'LE- J Iiooms in tbe City. Persons. Apply t aug.l, So-2m. Now oecnpied by Capt. WM. S. LEMLY". O TORE HOI -E OX MAIN STREET. OCCU- O pieel at present by HiUbeim i She ton. loi icrm, etc.. apply te E. M. PA.Kh.LK, uug.-. s3-3 At -Capital State Bank. Teacher Wanted For Sale. rcnvn-HAVn Rl'NMN'1 l.LAi ti L Horiik C.is in good eon;. Apply to E. D. I o.n ur on Canton rnnd. aug.l.'8-S-lm. TOR 4 pO, Mill. Jack soli best breed c.nrbc landed at Moone. w, u. v iia.m.- i LI T 01 Owinltl, JttBUMIMf. will ris.1l.i-- from West Tennesse and Mississippi, along and I north oi the V. and M. Railway, and he invites correspondence, ang 151S3-2w':'. n,!v u l iberal Salarv guaranteed r.frVesnondence "solicitesl. Address either of the ttn- 2 50 dersigped. 2 SO augl,'83-4w. I 00 J. P. WISE, A. B. CATO. 1 00 1 00 t no 2 00 1 00 i oo Where to Lodge in Louisville! r.,i j fSi-m.riv af Natchez, has ir- I ratu-ed her Kesidence, at 717 West Chestnut wherever they occur. J-C. Prewett, of Yazoo City vf a iren' P6 throtigh this is: " VS aim M rmilt fnr fjrxvk-nilt Sja whither her mother, Mrs. mained cooscioos almost to Earksdale, had preceded her. died peacefully. f P,. r. - m. From the beginning o , - r.xpiimnn narrv win Sf bout 150. The list will pos- 7 .' e doseri on 5Kri, Tiw, o-rnnr- Death f 3uiwt Blaek. iQ.Judsre Jere- miah SKB.ach dieSIt 2:10 this morning. Though not death was sudden and wa a to the community. v7r 7it tif y a hange begiuuing oi I Judge Black Wievea e provement was toe i slight tog- If yon constantly ache all over, nothing prevents threatening sickness like Parker's Ginger Tonic. First Hew Bale of Cotton in Yazoo City. The, first bale of cotton this season was received here on Tuesday, 14th inst. It was raised by Mr. J. L. Corbin, on the Goodhope plantation, and classed mirlrllinsr. It weia-hed 520 pounds and anld to Holmes & Fowler at 10 cents per pound. Yaxoo Sentinel. -Vlabama hat 2118 factories witn a capital of $5,714,032 and an annual pro duction of $13,047,644. Misswhas 1731 factories with a capital of W,o.l 714 and an annual product of $8,154, o8. South Carolina has 1584 with a capital of $5,400,418 and an annual proauci oi $9 858,081. Louisiana has 255? with $18,313,974 capital and an annual pro duct of fMOi,w. Very Low Rates. During the continuance of the Southern Exposition at Louisville, Ky.. (commencing Aaznst 1st, and continuing 100 days,) the LouUtOle & XotheilU Railroad will sell Ex cursion Tickets from anv of its sUtioas to Loaisville at one tare lor tne rouuu uiy. These Tickets will be on sale every dav, from L4S. stations and will be Rood 80 davs, allowing ample time to visit tne urrei fM Expatit n erer held in the South, and eooad only to tne uentenuuu at phi a. Appointments of Commissioners of jueeuon, undarsians". vbrmerly f r auged her Residence, at 71? west vuesimu i ,,, wi-.i a itntt Ris can iuiuwh waav- ,Me Lodging and good Breakfast to Missuppians attending the Edition, for Uie moderate sum of a,,oo. The location is pleasant, and within fSw minutes walk of the L & K. Depot. Refers to her friends in Kaichei, and to Col. J. L. rower, oi The Clasjos. u.psh amrl.'8S-3m. MRS- E. E. MARSH. So More Cotton Wasted for the Want of Pickers ! HAND COTTON PICKEHS! npHESE SEW ASP VALUABLE ARTICLES, I k-aT- r-iJlv cast, can obtained In oairsor br the gross, 'by addressing S.n kllino A ?iLht TwaVhiugton. 5. C. Ti.ev give better FOR BENT. THE WHOLE OP. PART OF A VERY COOL and pleasant Residence in North Jackson, President street cither with or without furniture. Please apply to Mrs. B. L. Goodyear. aug.LVts-t. -j; j- K0WLEDK IS NOT WTO!" julyll.'SJ- B rowasville X emale vvollege. nROWXSVILLE. TENN. THE TIIIRTY'-FIRST SESSION WILL OPEN SKPTEMBkB 12, 1SS-1. Iocatiou healthy ; rlimnlr tneU0 ; course thorough ; terms to" ; mora! surroundings nrMMl. Superior facilities in Instrumental Music, Voice Culture, Languages and Ai t. The Teacher of Gor man aud French jyxinU both language. Ample and Elrgant BuMiwii in Ihormgh rrpatr. Boarding House nruiu JuraUhnt. Board and Tuition fn Literary Department $187. Apply to P. 11. Eaoek, A. M., l"resident. lor Catalogue. )'. V83-10W. tiESB2S32i Mnka Normal lnstitnte, Iuka, Mississippi. Port GiTDSon Female College. (I'sdhb tVB ArsPKES or the JIisTtssivr Air- M AL Co.STEBESCE M. E. CUVECH SSCIB.) POET GIBSON, MISS. IMMEDIATELY ON THE LOUISVILLE. NEW Orleans and lc.vai B. It. aud only au hour's ruu lroin Viekshurg. , , BuiLDOfSS commodious, conveniently srranjsu, and of hrle-k. R..OMS e-ouip!etcly and hau.lsr.mely lurnisheJ. Facuitv composed of expcrlcavcOl and iuojcss- ful teacher. Ti.bms in keeping with the times. Nkst Bassioi or ci tox HOVBaT, Scr-TBMtxa lTru. lBttt For further tuformatinn address jnlyl8. S3-Sm. Bkv. T. C. BUADrORD, Prost. WLIITWOB.TIT FEMALE COLLEGE, BHOOKHAVEN, MISS. Will Re-opeu Scptembor 19, 1S83. riMlERE IS A TULL FACULTY OF I.XPEBI 1 knceii Teacher. KuasM -of pupils from 2M to 800. No bovs will be received. Number ol Music pupils, 1S9. Klrt-olas iwairootlon In ' "" Httire, Art, and Mole. Charges low as i oni I cut with superior advantages. NORMAL DLl'AU'I Jo KNT TOB Pai rSW Teachers will be mads a Specialty. The Young Ladies in lbs Boarding te; W.niCnt have the best care. l orC.aloguc. add p juiyi8,'8Jrm'. MmmtA. augi,-oa-a LADIES' SHOPPIMi AGKt7. Louisville. Kentucky. rpHE rim Slltl Formerlt or N-'Tcnsz I and for vears past retiiim in Loatoville, KT. will give prompt and careful attention to au arn Ou "lull afiwimiil n Lambs may wish purchase, i r ..i...;n u.rtet. She has had nisirter- aide eiperienee in shopping far her friends, and knows where to get the best, on the beat term.. Her commissi voice nlus. 1 . .. er Jaeksou. MISS BELLA MARSH. jtmel3,'83-tf. Sixth Session, 1267 Pupils! H. A. DEAN, A. MM JOHN NETJHABDT, A. M., Principals -INDUCEMENTS. mi will be 5 per cent, on amount m m- tacilities jj eniiriwa i.,nr.x.r -.. vf. , 1 . J...i ou- r.-o... "t.-. hT 1 r- Tr--.mm- ..It Four Dollars tier W It will oe ai oucv it."' ,.v... - ;- - --- j tuu'v -'fr " - - . vt, iioz snri to .Mr. an-.t -Mrs. j. i o- School weu auuipiJea. SttTrT ."' Ix)uisville. . th, 8th and eanati, 10th and 11th, and may aV-f trip to New York if they 11., ' reach Flora to-morrow, mft? odes from Jackson. The road rww to xazoouttv by nr B-I .-Tottts is e ' v.J J iw?mber- So are informed ueaton, who is superintending 'uiUon. SDd eWanr nuu4uia wnsM the day st the Spengier r the nomination of Mr. Mil- Bi(iTent amon the participants faJi Lowrv. M XleTr5, f of From the idee Kac recover, ana was IT ;ln Chaun Mrs Judge Black, Ldeu t.govv Lgaun cv F. Black ,ud wife, Mr. ana airs. -' nreent. and Dr. Meisenhelder were P.T have Many telegrams of condolence nave been reweived. , Tuesday. The funeral will take p ace at5p.ni- His.rema.ns wdlbe gterren at Prospect Hill ijemeix. , of Christian Church, Wasnrng""' officUte at the i BUck died he Shortly before Judge wacs. t . z a -nun sjflsisnsp . . s. mv Father Cfv ; B5leri Oliver CTif ton, rntJ??' f,: D Gibbs, C. P. North All seemed happy. cross tbe dark river waits me on u rlwl: "Would Special Boaineas If 4 Ices. Clothing Made to Order. t line, of Devlin A Cos samples, of all the late styles oi rasa clothing, at Auf. 52. ,SS-4 SPECTAClrBS ! GOLD SPECTACLES ! SILVER SPECTACLES; STEEL SPECTACLES; NICKLE SPECTACLES; SPEAKERS SPECTACLES; COMBINATION SPECTACLES; KIFOCAL SPECTACLES; PfiRISCOPIC SPECTACLES; PEBBLE SPECTACLES ; VE aR-SH'HT (Concavel AlLts; ' TINTED SPECTACLES : COQCIL SPECTACLES; MEDICATED SPrXTACLES; ANY' KIND OK SPECTACLES; THE BEST OF SPECTACLES; and jvj if Ji3 GIjASSES! At B. y. SEUTTER'S Jewelry Stare, Seutter's Corner, aug.8,'8Jm. JACKSON, MtSa 717 Chestnut St., Lotus. ille, Ky. JAtKS0. trained 'a J.wtnn iMivhm teach in this school Preparatory, Training, SclenUV, Philosophic, ' C lassie, Commercial, and Fine Art Department. . Location is one ol the most healthful in tbe I South. ExceUeut Mineral Springs and pictaresoue I Ittka! sitrtsted on the Memphis and Charleston 1 Railroad, and is accessible from all points. -THE- DIVERSITY OF MISSISSIPPI, AT OIFORD.- Xeit Session OpenS.th Sept. 1S83. Tuition h'rrr to Everybody but tsts Student. OPEN TO BOTH SEXES ALIKE. The Cheapest University in this Country. All the Departments are iu successful operation Law, Literary, Hcientinc and Preparatory Depart ment conducted as heretofore. For Catalogues Jrre and information apply to Ges. A. P. Stkwart, Chaneellor. Special Indueements brre to young men and wo-men-poor and rich alike. & SUU IVAN jnly4,'3-im- Secretary uoarti oi irusue. Central Female Institute, CLINTON, HINDS CO., MISB , Rev. Walter Hilton, LL. D., Pres't. irHO WILL SEND CATALOOUF, OR CIVE other luioi-matlon rcspotting tus InstituOoiJ, on application. . ' . .... , This Is the oldest Institution lor the education of Young Ladles, and Is without a superior lu Uu State or Soul hwest. The year now closing, has been eminently pros perous, filling tho Institution-' s accomaiodaUaas Ier pupils to their utmost capacity. Among the many superior advantages sro -Extensive and Thorough Course of Studv ; the Long and Succossiul Experience of the Heads ol lis De partments; Educational Facilities, such as Ap- .orn in Cabinets. Libraries, eu-., the accuiaulstlsn ot nearly a hnl( of e-entniy; Espouse, considering the quantity of ihe return made, very low. The Thirty-First Collegiate ver lieelns Tcwnar, SirTLUBLR iota. ROBERT BELL), President rtoard ol fruitaca. Oro. Whitpieli, Secretary. JulylS,'85-3m. skrkfille Female Institutes 15A Annu.il SruionbeglM Sept. 17, 183C. TIU INSTITUTION OFFERS EXCEL ENT selrantase to these seeking to eiiitfais their daughters. Situated on a brrnrh ol the M. A. O. R ll. and also on the C. A. A N. R. R., is aooass -Me to every portion of the State. Tba Factiltv Is complete, oouslsting of a cori ot experlonosd teachers, five of whom are spending tho buinmsr in one of the best Normal Schools iu Ihe L'nlteJ butas. Nuiiit! of Student last Session 170. l .,r iurthcr Information, send for catalogue. T. O. SELLERS, President. july25,'8.V2iii. POWER VS. KNOWLEDGE. Kaowing is not power: but doing is. Our De- ! Cataleptic. elopment JUtbods are Z I Principal. jurys,'8S-lm. ALBEMARLE FEMALE INSTITUTE, CHARLOTTESVILLE, VA. FFLL FACULTY HhALIin il. awn jjf.ai.ti fvl Locatioj. Thorough instruction. Term.'; veby low. Session begins September lth. Or- r.mrm-Sense. Nature and Beason. -eience is I Erv. A. EC BANKS, A. M. I W. 1. DICKINSON Language tangat py using u ?""- " oris of tsoogtu. iiw ' Tbe Ooveroor, UeuL-(iovemor and Secretary of Valuable Town Property for Sale. State will meet at the Executive Office, in tbe City j HAvE A VERY DESIRABLE HOUSE AND ol Jkao-, TrrasnaT. 8crre TU, xn , far ; I North Json for SJj tba purpose of appointing Commis-ioners iatc- wel, vl ia jhaie aad jrutt tre. For tionfor the -rariows Counties of th State. Appll- : lis.nofy torn. K. JAYNE. a - S ,11 isa i i il mm mm M t t u i . I - r- f rw. in? contains sis room; ine grouasw, oovenng utm ariniMiv b iii.iiim thin and recomisidsl insis shosild be to me at Jackson; ana ssksbM give the pc-oce addxesav and the peiitk of each applicant. I. P. PoaTjra. Sec"!- Stale Board Commissioners of Ejection. August Utb, a&JL JOHN CmVEABlT'S CLOTHING HOUSE,! On State St., near Pearl, IS JCST THE PLACE TO BCY YOOB CL()TIII G ! SUITABLE FOR ALL SEASONS I'lJ oliiaDbiiivuiAu l Jbewme in composition His Stock, which Is nnusnally, eoeple.e, and I Mathematics taujhi selected witn greases -""w " Mftn'sL Buys' wf Ckildren's Glotiune mihmfwmi JSSIMISSISSIPPI COLLEGE, Nea's -a ) . - and mitter. , tnJtnsl lli9SM'JBi nBtlnWB'l ShftfiS. INDIVIDUALITY AND 8CCCESS. ClintOOU HllUU CO., MlSS. ItOUud . UwM una uims... - ; - -- - - . ... AritMA b. s Tbe Oldest College ia the Slate. SO. SOJI. science of language devel- , .' :'.r oomb.uing the aasiytic, snytbewe and Sri raetbexls. St7?-s and figure, of fehetoric uiuereni uuiiiui,, ij wst.6 i and by criticism. br actual work, measure- , meets, calculations in iuVarloos departments. PROFESSIONAL TRAIKINO VS. EOOYISH. Tho Teachers Training Derarment a speeUlty i tltIPIIIi COfsFEBEtlCB -FEMALE INSTITUTE, - JA KIOY, XE.'w.lf. ENJOYS IXCBEARrNG PROSPERITY. THE Thibty-Nikth Year bsois ifmtxtu t, lsa. Awptv for Catalogue. . aiAg-tVaa-lBi. A. W. JONES, D. D., Prost. i & H. College itnrseries or MISSISSIPFI. WE OFFER FOR SALE ONLY Till. .BEET if Varieties ol Apples, Pearp, Peacb3," drapes, Strawbrros, Etc. AU Trees and Vines are growing ou tho Collar grounds, are true to nsme and will ieara the r tcrle fn th best possible condition. Scud (or I-ricc-list and terms io PROF. J. J COLMANT, SnperlntendCDt of Nurseries, Agricultural Collr-ge. Mississippi Aug-ist 1, 13S3.-3U. Centenary College, JACKSON. LA. Opens the First Monday la Sept. 1588. A FULL CORPS OF COMPETENT TEACHEE? TtiegraphU: Ceicfwn. Within Five Miles e! the Miuistippt Valley BaVroad. Entire eXTWscr-, per session ol Ten Month, tvwi not ocaei flM la the Preparatory, and tl i) .CWej Otpe ,, n TSA- i lacuviauaiuy ana nine - ''r-- ' MTAS TrmakS and TniTellBS; BagS, I-U". t Jt-eiertion, on the basis of reason and refined so- t i ... , ; eial Uberty.and etitbusUm. Alan, IiATJI-S' TSUiisSS, Call astd Eiumlue His Steele NO TREBLE TO SHOW GOOD". A TlSDKS's. aut ali I e Whind. a " nd then biepea , hub Uf thou oeif'- -J1. Phine Waver, for many I whom 1 toaa my ""vJthw wiU a rtri.. . , . ' - ,- 1 Weiu and wiv,' ; 'f T,Tv-Shave ever trusted, mA 1 , . . . - -".v -. - w . . - SMI SI SBD r . .1 . . w . m l u.w mw uhhuh v - ..tmj wm, jjju i a ""In St, Peter's cha Kimball's Churn Motor. I ast ttsintt owt rf ie abt Motor ? which I bought ol Charles Winkler, Jaek son Miss. It works well, and p ssssrfeet Mui'siactioa. BAEsALir. 5caa Jacksos, August IStk. AsM-15-8. Wssissf " s4 Wsa ! . t . vs aid socivtt ojr Sr. Aaasrp r proper tbrowio open Ita '..' .LZmi, trom 6 to 11 o etoek r. .itaaday, A-sst , Ijn Z utf jtAltob is Siiisits t o ne ZIa ta Mn , iMm1dir v -v Sees wear. isiiiiif jjlifssy, II Lumber : i : Mr A. A. FoAkes wishes the pawie to know that he has the finest lot of lumber and building material ever brought to Jack em., which be will seU ut bottom prices. Call at either of bis -fds-oae up-town sp- posite Thx CbABIOS office, or West Jaeksou j opposite ht Mow OrlJs Depot. Junell,'Sinos. Mail Lettings. NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS. WILLIAM LOWE, MERCHANT TAILOR, CAPITOL STREET, JACES05, WSS- (Opposito Clarion Bindery.) a yn svis 1st a CCT. a rjf'i w tixf fit KmiAUtiiAinr. v .- - '83 A Post Office Deimrtment, Wakinrrhi, D. C, July h 18W. rana will he received at the Contract t -SlfWrn-r fiA ! Otaee ef thfe IlSJrt t J P. w. ot Ocsj-jW MiWI w - , THE CLARION A? THK -ijOCiSVJIXE WEEKLY C0tRllt401jKIAL OM vewr for only .PV Two V1 fss-Btsle assw faNflsrV ae Bw wariac atSUSO will receive for em fear ,J nmrnim the Cor.iaa-JocrJ.AX. the aET-SKKKS-TATtyn alSWArtS O TU SOCTH. th retlr and for a Ta aire roJt JUrswrs OBT, eaastatast, bftjbts. sihlast WAtatx C-oa.y ( iBttartatteSs fattass-etth-i?-. 1ST, tSSS, for esrrytog t stalls es saw inns Mates ers- the steaaahoat real", sad aeeotsHagto ,v AcheduVe ot arrival u4 e irtar spec iSed by vje DepartwMsrf, 1 the States af tnwlsisas and Hhataippt, ire ss January M, 1884, to Jane SSth, UK. Uat at at, wit iiatstssj f arrival and departu lastroftioas to biasfc-, w3 tersas for contracts sod bond, aud ail other necessary in iarasattoa wlH be lasJasthsd waau aarHcatiea ta the Serosd Assistant PwUaastar ABrsl. W. fl GEE8HAM1 8U1T8 epnees. t af the State will E3lPE:.'3ES akd calesdar. Tuition ne.CO per term ot ten weeks in advance. , Number of .students Last Session Vo eooung tt tee cor extra chart tor any study N umber oi Cadets in Military Compar except ins aaseaau Jiu"-. - i"' t-r t wits on Dion. prompt sad careful attention. swjivat-tr- THF AVALANCH 1. a il m Boardina and lodelna S10.0C per month. Fall Term opens 5 EMM be 12, 15a. Bind ts can enter at any time and tad classes jaiy5s,'8a-tr. Fair Lawn Institute, State Street, Jackson, Miss. Will Re-open September 17th, 1983. mml Hi ii ail DeiffHe-t?. i TO TEACH for their work. C. t LU3K, A- C LCSK, tttrp'. Principals. Section Open September 26th, 1383, and Clotet June 27M, 1884. j Christian Education the End and Aim of the Institution. Discipline Pm tnpt and Kbrwl : Inunict ioa Thor -oajb Moral Surroviudlnjrs Unsurpassed. Teaits Reasonable. Students Received ol Any Time. rite to rrealdent W. 8. Wesb, for CaU- W. X. aAIUr r, Fmsdaat Board oi Trustcos. Send tor Catologne aor.l,'83-6w. D. M. RC3n, Prmident. University of Virginia. SESSION BEG IKS OS THE ITEST OF OCTO bsk, and continno nine months. Apply t r Cataloirue to tbe Secretary of tbe Faeulty, r. C L'niversity ot Virrinls, Albemarle Co.. Virginia. JAS. F. nAPJll-sOS. Chairman ol the lacvlty. ;ni;... .'!-:.. 1 lam e. July25,'S3-3a rrtBOSE PBEI X special mat BcstamtWe jBlylS,'Sm. SCHOLARSHIPS ! P. S. Nichols, Emtob. THE DAH.T AVAICJIE DsJivsara by mall i ma at aar assasim; S&SS for six moathsj tt-50 for three; month.. THE WEEKLT AVALANCHE Cantiins all! $I.S per annum, postpaid. 1 9lirf . AOdresj all letters aa4tajmes i r THE AVALANCHE. ' " ' ' 'If,?. Memphis, Tarn m;.-TTiH-i: FEMALE COLLEGE, Hantstille. Alabasssa. THIRTY -POl'RTII SESSION BEGINS 8EP mi A MSA No Collem in the South has increased so rapidly in the last three years. IJe aared u rive instruction in all Detatrtaaeas ' fe male KSracatieB. A Cbriatiaa home for pwplls. For CaUksrae, with Srerrai. trts rrarxn, Ad dress - .. A. AV 'UiStW. is. 1 iaiy-jA'Ss-gm- " Pee, went. Publio School Notice. Jefferson College. niffh t ebool For Bois and Young Sea. Loenu-l Six. Mile from KoteAas and Tarn 'Xiltt from the N., J. fc C. R. R. . i RAYMOND - Pun rOTAX. Paor. James McCtcu ajio X. C lUaesa. CDmatanicatton with Nalat by li-im atortatfoa free front Nstoh sp : Session 1883-'81 Opens 6th SOT. Boabo-Incladfwt 1 " 'AiJu re 'irTri .S! Tor CatefogiMs giving tall PnlMn the rrlnclpai. July-TV Washington, Ailusts CRT PaWPOtTT .'MB SALE. ; ini rot lire j BHOOKHAVEN, HISS .. mrTSWTMTf dim-! DCTCBS FOBSAIJ ' I BSfiZTVc Jaeaaon . conaiatta foxnao boai i latin, PWBch, i tonr years, lor sale. CTTION IN ENGLISH. IsSjlilttsaral Music, for yOO.iiO eaeh. Address ii r ooHNsoit . FasBsusarr. MEBTntC. uMie Sctiooisoll the same sa last sesailin i for I BALTIMORE EMALE COLLEGE. d. at S o'clock r Sehool Term laa, and theaa who apply ttoes preseribed by law. of tssaaor wm i the Board are !-?W J,r0' j. L. ruwam 1 1 ,. J s i.waw S jrciM-- ea..'T.'.