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1 I a i; C.larionT WEDNESDAY, AlTlIL 20, i.t iL .tin nni:n sotks. - Itm.'l turret blind Turn. next Tuesday Ill l iil pi i.v i, k uuj iii.' ihr -i a.,u V. lii i'f Olie I. 'lit r IKJIJII.I. - r . . i . ... v. , ' '' ' l-Hlll.SI, t-, Vi.-li4ng -. s. i ieree r laili.iV. --(.'.: j.t. .m J Mia. .;. I;. Bti.-uuanui and ' - "!.!. j arc ;U tii o i.xpn-ui,,i.. T ' . T" . . . I . l-a-veii- I.-a for -W.v Oj li iiu., vu.jjT -Mr-. I;. i. U-aulJivu Ik.'i fr X--' Or ' "!" .'r-lay inot, I" alien i the Lxpo. s. i ! i . : 1 . Au'.ijji-r 4-;u.t inti'f w;.s en., vr-ci ei-:K. ;.;-,n..i iy I;,, hi. Nam;:!. (.;!!,, ...,), ,, UMv ?':nil I ,i , .... Vic .V.,U, 1,1 Ci.llUift, Hit '.'.-.I...-; Mi.-, '..ti. 1 1, i -C.i.I. Mrs. .). J,. I'owir, wi:.h M. --.-.. Am,.ifi.-!l m! bininie an,l Mu-n r 1 1 1 1-'' lire III .S. 'rt UiOeiiii.s, M-iv. J:. !'. Ii-t t- ami John M.irtiu. " -' ity, a.'i-J Mr. V. L. Jo.-.r,, ..; A;.--, -,1-tll Hi ; IV ill UlU i-itv. I ii- l.rtin. ii nr.- in.ii:i2tari..-.I .rt-! : . i,;-.K-f I'.-ir p.ir.i i- an. I .iuju.-r a. t;r....t.r j - i. 1 1 -- i hi - y -.ii- I i..in i--.'. r iii -lore, i La-t Thursday evening the McltfxU r-hurch ia our city a the eccns- of ' very beautif.-;! marrta; cervrui ny. Iq the iav I'Wrive- words of f!)- J,dy hrilcc, pro n v.wi I by Iir. C. i. Am!rt"w, two Lappv hearts er.- united, nnd Mi l'l .r-ne- Lee .-lanf hi; mi r citv, b-e: hi Mr Eisr Smith, of AV Orleans The aUctidanUi on tin? happy occaxinn were, A.;;, Annie Mtiifhij., fist,r oi tiie liri'le, ami Mr. irah:u, of Xfrl)r!i-:i. The bride W3 e xpiiit-ly crr.iTed iu hit-- -ai in, -h tivitm, e!alora:vlv triuitut-t viiifi j.-arl p Uiu ttrfi.., anil w.jr.- v.-il ami oranfjn il.wsu. A fairer, we-;ir hriile h.w d-t p('(-ii in many c!ay than waic i-he hit piit Lltil h r 'iw at the altar lliur'!ay Digrjt, W ah all who knr-w her chi.- who a favorite, ami tuany anj beautiful were t!e tribute of iuve iihe r.-f-eive.! on lir hri.iril day. The fortunai'- froom in a (nii r in our city, hut r'-a-'liy iir)prr.-.--s om; w itb t!ie tiiougl.t that he in well worthy of the. pri he i. taking frofn our mi-'-l. Tile happy couple left lie.-.- on t'ne 10.4') train j. .r New ( )r!i-ac. wiieri- an !i -?.-nit ri-.ei.-ti..ri j.'ivt-n liiera at lUv resaliri.c- of tint .r'i'.niV iiii.llier. That life may m--i r i'l one Miicle happy note o! iiie j-.Toij "-'-n.' ;t i ti tii-in no'.v, i the i-ii of T;u; Cuiii'Li. STEBEEAN & GO. Red Star Store! "Cooth Well Bousr'at Are Half Soil!" - M i . A. A. l.iAjr.: ti-.id Mi- C.irrirj e in. ,"iv Ve ( vi. :y hit of I" . ' V kuw -,:;-' '..'' of i.im i-iiv were tuarrieii ! it :m.l li.r. M-.. . ; r ...J .-i ,, -i.... t '' I'- i''. .".'roijito. i ,. . , , . . x- ft. .1. 'i.ii i- -i r- i.i-.a iti --.t'-.v i ijii. Liit-ii btti-iiierij to huy, thtrir liij-ine.-s is to l.iiy i:!u.:;p ilvy fcuow the market. '1 Ley i.iijy hi la.-.'.; 'Miantitl' -; tlicv jmv cah". ua lu.-iy be certaia trwotl-i are bought well. An iij.-ta.ncc of it : Si.x V.,;:k, April 21, I ' h io!l:,!it at Sheriifs i;.le abom .r,00'i l..zvu A. To-v; Men".- (Job'ar.s umJ (,'u'.;'-, tin I m ii-l you o;,e-;t iit'i of pur-clia.-f. i'lie-c -. ..!ir-i ur .-o!.l evt-ry-whf.Tt; at 2.V. cu ll, :i!,l are the f'juul of any collar laa'ie. Ailvi-rtisi.- to nt-11 at 10 and l 'u-!s. f i::.i. S. Yip.m:.y, it. '.-ii. lent buyer of i link k C.,. Wi- will have t!ie-! -ooib on sale -.-u !y in May. They cannot be duplicated. From Auction S-'e of Wm. Tupping ec Co.. 500 Genuine Mr.ckanaw and Fur Felt Eats. V. . ! .-..! i : . -1 v. ei k a very ;!i-a-ait i ...i ir ,;.i ,t,.n' , '1 Kemper comity, niiuiiliiti- i'-r In.-i u,f. Hi Mali: Trci-i.i-i.-r. '--. b. ii. ii fi-r, t.'.i- tiainI-Miiiio ami Ppi.:.ir i.;. "i -m. a;..u e..uiity( ;M j i in-ii:,- '.-. aid l .v m -i u viili a e..;l. - J..ii.l i-.lu, M i. .,-i.. Ii.iiie Ii hfi WeiJ -.ii i i .... i ui- p. i j . : -, ttui t;.ve one of : - ' -': ' ' : ' ' ll-'i-.e next Tuen- !i- . . Mi. biu.-c, i,i i .irri .1 1 inn, !.--i 1 in- i'ii -.e u,-e.,iir.-i-, from en l ....... i ..i,i j i. .,.11 i.i t -rauiialii Uioi .1. - ..I v i... I. i -In y ... ii i ii-r, at t orn -'..e u ;. r, tre aimm Uii - ; eir ii.e ii.x po-uiiiii ...I., ... o- o . .i I.- i,i i.nr uluiiteer li -'I'' ii,,i' i.-i U ;;,Vi: li.cir iil.lM-.- -" " ""; 'i' 1 -ir.iioi Uie various i ..!. - ...r i i j.ar.nie. .. t.iai,', to the I'iiiloinatlieau i-'y'-i ts.e .M.-i .-ippi i'o;l.--., fr an .,i v.i.n i. n (., .,.!, ii.l liieir tiiir.y-thh'il All liit.l.uy, i r,,;.iy e-..-iliie, .Ma. H. a. i.t I .y the Wet Jack- h.-l iiiilay n.n'ht, was m .v .' a .t au.l tally eipiaU-il tlie .' 1 'I - ' ! 'loll ii.cl heell milil lijiojj i ; . .i..i,n n 1). t '.ss.-.-ii, ni' Lamp.iias, - -, '.. i li !- Iie.ii i-pemlin eyel'al ii.'mi.. -.1 pie:..-mi! witii n ia.ive ami , i.,r her Jio.'.n: ,'n, inlay i , OUe of J.K k-,llV I .iuiay iii'hi for an J-.x po.s.imii, ;irj-t will ll. l.la hefo.-c flu- re- o. i '. i'.iiiy, ulid li at all time-i a in., i . ,, , n. , i.-..i,r ii. ouro:iice, cai.eii in ;.i-l 'i i.iir, i.iy, ioi,l I,, ,ui. a Very pica.-eint :-K. .r. i'.aiy ii,i iiv iu tne race lor Mile Amht.-r, neii tin- ca:np.;i0-n open.i-. I !.e i.ih.. ri which will take place :.t an e.ir.y ii.ue, wm, we learn, he one ol lie- liii(j.i thii.t i-vi r eiijoveil ..v our .,i.jiie, no. I lii.ti is Miynii a gretu ilea. -'.t einy tlie iiiie. t talent ol our eitv will .i-.-i-i, inn uiii-i.-iaiis nl ai.-kiiuwleil'fil rep- u:.c. i. hi :i-,,,u a ,li.-i,uiie, will leu.t timir ani i.i ir..iKiii.; it ;i .'i-.it .-u. ci--. i.'iiilea liiiniUr of l'roSytciian min-i-lei-i nave heeu Hi the city tuLi wetk, t- ''' their holm- lrom ihe M .-simi of l'r. i.M. ry lu el 1 ;t-t week ,u liramiuii. Aim .ii-; t.ieiu iw re the Me.-srs. Mecklin, of 1'.-. iich Camp a::il l.i-xint.in ; J.ll.Alex .Mi.icr, of K,..-, iiisko ; . A. Alexander, i i I'.niloii, and '.' ilanie-i, of (.'ari'olltini. - '1 he new ire factory lia been fi.mplet d am! the h.unl-.iiue niacliiiio luatle by i U . iny. r iV t u., of t 'ineiuuali, id working i" -1 s.ii i -t,.ci,ii iy. Tni- niacliine i.s miinc wii.it ci.ii. lent ir.iiu ti.e old one, living cm inic.ii ra'.m r th in mechanical, ami our Hi., us would liy-,- and I xauiiiiiii it. AT 50 CENTS! These 'ood.s are Worth from ...00 tt) Jl.oth Chances are that we will not have such bargains iu Hats aam this se.iso:i. SUMMKIt clothing: We litive bt:en in no hurry ibis season in buyirv.r the lbrht wei-rht Clothing. .Such lis Aip.icas, N-cillians, Seersuckers, etc., l.i it t took our buyers advice and waited our chances. They will bo in next week. LOOK OUT FOE, BARGAINS ! We also have : Hoys Odd rants at I'oys odd iuii.s at . r.os odd 1 'a ills at. P.oys odd Coats at.. Mens oi'.d Coats $1.00 "nc. oOe. Mens l.inen Dusters $1.1)0 to $2.50 Ladies Linen Dusters 7."c. to $2.50 i-.? Latest 'cummer styles in MIL LINERY ju.-t in. Sto'liruiii Ab Co. mical, ami our benefitted by Notice to Druggists and Store-keep- - Xnw that i-prin is with us, our peo ple M-eiii in.pi-la.l wj.ii the desire to Ktay hi its pleasant air a.- much as pohsible. Sunday aiieinoon, there was mull all arrav ot beauty on Slate street that a stranger nii'-ht loive iniairiiied he had drii)i.eil l.imi auii.l tin- biitrhl dnsini.' ami irallaut drug stores. ivw.U seen upon the boulevards ot the crs- I sruaraiitee Shriner's Indian Vermifuge to ilestroy and expel worms from the human body, where they exbt, if used arcordinjf to directions. You are authorized to sell it on the above conditions. David L. Fout.,r;uhimore -IJ. l'or s-ale at Lendy's lamed cil'ics (,I other lands, -Miss Sallie Mor t.i-tl.iv li,r her home iu (iieenwood. W take plea-iiie in inloriuing our readers thai lit iiceloi lli. Miss .Morgan, who it Ho well ku.iwu as ;. writer of ability, will frequently wield her graceful peu for their bi in lit, and we feel sure that each will dt ! i v e in uc h pleasure therefrom. - Ve notice attending the Supreme ('..art liiis week the lolhiwinr attornevn: 'Inn. !'.. I). Svkcs ami Mr. K. II. Dristiiw, of Aberdeen; Mr. W. Trotter, of Winona; llun. T. 11. Somerville, of Carrollton ; Me rs. W. S. Iikrii!t:e and Spencer Ilai- b y. of Charhston ol 1 1. rnamhi ; 1 b 1 u i ; Mcsirs. K. ti. Hudson and K.S. Holt, of Yaixi 'iily, and Judge Knyiuond Keid, ui Cm thaee. The sjiirit of liberty is not merely, as some people imagine, a jealousy of our haves our ciiy own particular right-, but a respect for ttie rignis or. ocners ami an unwilling ness that any man, whether high or low, should be wronged or irampled under oot. Chaniiiug. CLOTHING DAY. Everybody Invited to See my Kew Spring Clotting, Ehirts, Eats, Etc. Clothing made ur by the est Clothiers in New York. The celebrated Star Shirts. Abo manv Shirts from other celebrated Mr. A. S. lhtchanan, factories. Underwear, also from eelebra . D. Orr, of Oko- F..et,,;..a ,.f Kpw- York scd Exhibits in Show Window, Half Hose, etc., etc Fine Cutaway F.oek and Sacks Suits; Colors, Black, Llue and Krowu, at lto S35.00 per suit. All-wool Cussimere Pants Jean Drawers at 50 cents. eeial to any at 73 cents. Ballriggan Sin ks, We had a ji'easuit call a few days i-iiu'e from Capt. 11. T. Situmlers, the verv i fii. ieut, clever ami genial Sheritl'of tktib- I $; per v lu lia countv, who was iu atteiHianee at the . i .... '...i. Im,.:.,.,....;.!, v" ...... t-,, ., .l V....L....o All ter olhee. t ant. Saunders lias heen m -"'"' "l " t "v "' .I'.I.-e since ls7'.. and it" merit and -ood kinds Trunks. Bags. Umbrellas, etc. Rub- business habits will keen liim there the her Cloth in Simw- Kelt and Stiff Hat. j I sell Best Quality of Goods at Lowest people of that countv will have a Sheriff of j w hoiu tliev w ill be proud for many vears vi t to come. A grand concert w ill be given at th Uper.i House on Wednesday, May tit li, under the auspices of the l.tdies Aid So ciety, hv tlie best local talent and the fol lowing artists : Mrs. Dr. lglehart.of Vieks burg; Miss Minerva Wiiher.-jwion, of Yazoo t ity ; .Mrs. v.. J-.. tnge, Miss Iessie Urun son, Miss Jennie Moraucy, of Jackson iher prominent features of the entertaiu . . . .. : n i. . . i . t. - v ...en ii ia- me jiiiiK-iiraiiee oi ine imiiiM .,, i , i i i i ;.-. i'..,., .. i.. i ., i t. -i.-.. .;i , You will then have read enough to maKe - 'I' ' IMTI V.!IU111'..I1U.11IAa.A1. 1.1111K , , ,,i l.'Ws, lof Memphis) performance on the travel useful and profUable.-Charlea trvtaionican. Musical directors. MeKsrs. .-SordnOu. i-.iiuie l.evv and i. iu. Btee. prices, i. -Ai.ies , .Misses anil tl.naren s Shoes. Also, Men's BooU and Shoes. Best quality at lowest prices. .Clothing and Shirts made to order. John Ci.kary, Clotiiikk, State Street, Jackson", Miss ,,rli,'S.-.tf. If vou have the means to travel, the best time' for this enjoyment is after .0, A ih'irmatieal fiiiirit inclines a man to the manv Irieniis in Jackson of Jlr. lw rpiisonous of bis neighbors. i.very Walter Barker, will read The tollowinii I one ol bis opinions appears tobimwrip with pleasure, mingled with regret, fleas- teUj as it were, with sunbeams. lire, at Air. J.arkers UestTVed Sfxxl tor tune, and regret that by the appointment, his visits in our midst, w ill not be go fre quent as heretofore Td A Lady's Secret. give a good, deal it 1 naa such The manv friend of Mr. "Walter Barker pure healthy skin as you nave, sai.i a lauy will l-e gla.1 to know that he has been se- to friend. just loo l mine an xpo s. leeud for apiK.iutmeiH to one of the and blowhes, and rough as a grater i ell most ;,,. ri .ot ..-o; T.t;- t .-m,. me the secret of your sutx-etis in always Lv Commissioner Atkin. These places looking so well." There is no secret alKut are greatly sought after and it is imnor- it was the reply. "Dr. Pierce s trodden t..fi ), 1 1,.., - i,.. ..i.i .vi r.ii k i.t Medical Discovery" cleansed my bhxHl, and of men of high charaeter'and spotless in- when that was done, my skin, which was tCL-riiV. conditions that are amv.lv met i- worse lhanyours began to look smooth and this instance, 'ihe post to which'Mr. Bar- healthy, as you see it now ker. will be assiirned has not vet been des ignated, but it will doubtless be one of the best at the disposal of the tioverumeut. ADtrdceu J-.xaminer. The tea-Dart v at "Ye Governor's Douse,' on lhursdav night, was, in spite ot the stead v, pouring rain, a great success, Socially, a iileasanUr evening has rarely been spent bv our townes-lolK, and, con sideriiig the very inclement weat ler, the entertainment was attendeil with good re sults nnancialiv. ihe lair ladves ot ve oldeu time, w ho (traced the occasion vrith their presence were Dames Henry, MeKee and ilyers, and Maidens Mamie Robinson, I-,tae rseely, Alai Bird llilzheim, anny Campbell, Kate Tower, Rose Yirden. hmma Sullivan. Ruth Sullivan and Mattie Hamilton, In addition to these were many more modern folk, who greatly enjoyed the music and dancing and other delightful occupations which were prepared for them, and who hope that the ladies ot a century gone by were sufficiently pleased with them aud their decorous demeanor, to very soon give another Ot these delightful teas for their pleasure.4 Because of the in clement weather several "regret" were received, among which wag the following. addressed to Dame Wm. Henry, a,t yv Governors house : 'Dame Letilia Miller it ye trrieved sore that rhe cannot attend ye Tea Party, but having a piece of striped cloth in ye loom, j6". .."- y- --..ik wi..ineM. Mur eponotnieal hand, it is not expudient that we take the ,h.,. o. nriiinirr to, .is. ami cannot be sulci m iron Oonveniency to Te good toWO of Jack-l compeutioa wita ttw niuititud ot low test, abort son." ' - I weight, Jum or puonvlmt iiwd.'m. bi miy in V!l..l i . ,. mm. IWIU UKIJiU ruwmv..ivo niiioi., wijtuurg, apru ami. . I B. Y. . lleu.2V!4--tsk f ROYAL f 5 t XJ Absolutely Pure. This powiler cprrr varies. A msrvel of purity, BOAKD CF 2TAYOH tAJfD ALDERMEX. J4;ki-os, Mtss, April 15, l.--5. At an adj.iisruc-J im-et'ng of the I.ari of Myor and Abicrirtea of the City (4 Jk ki ui, h. i.j We.ines.-Jd. 'April 15, Iwi. Present, Hon- Jw. M-tiill, Mayor; Ailiiuie:i Brui.iJ, (ibb, Hardy, J.t-, Tay.or and Wathins. On moii-ni of Aid tui.-iii Urauii, the reading of t!.- tuiuut of the IjtH iuettitig ws di.-p..u:..-i with. in:poxi'.i or 4KJr-ici;t. ilAVOli.'. ltAiiij-KLV RtPoKT. MayoxV Oirii.E, Ciry Hal:., Jac:-, Mis.. April 1, lf.-5. To the Honorable B ar 1 of A' l-rian : 'itTi.i;jjK.v I have th- honor t ui'ak the following repetrt for the quarter ending March 31, 1 : A XOfXT OF xi-VO Ci.l.E- TE1 AND PA 1 1 TO TKtvll'Kl'K. For the Uion'.ii of January $ o4 0" l-'or thy m.u.i'i of February 51 50 For thi month of March 40 ot) Tot nl 120 00 A Hot ST Of FIXK- A.VI f-IVM Ci...'J l IK'.) KV LAB-lB OX THE STREETS. For the month of J miinry 1S2 50 For the month of February- .S 50 For tin- uj ri'vij ol Man n U0 till 404 U0 SIS. l'or the month of January For ttio month of February For the month of March 17 A ota; JftlKil si:ST To JAIL t. t'MAUl f OK I'AVMkXT i-F l-lVi-.s A XI) Ci T.s. 1-i 1 lo For th niontii of .lAiiuarv f or the i.i. , uiii ,.f Fe.Sruarv 1 or the mouth vi March..' Total ' 'lie i tlli i,,!,' At! ol which is verv r.-s'iectiiolv submitted. JOHN Met i ILL, Mavor. I c ry I't.DKK : ni::lv itEfoin Jackson, Mr., April 1, 1?5. ft) the Honorable Board of Mavor and Alderman of the Citv of Jaekson : Oi:'i,i.mk:.- I hi '.lie mouth of March, re with 1-5 : li'V subiiiit mv report of warrants isaiu-d d W A I. ii A NTS itE;t'J.A I.', J.nin Mcfiiii. executive .1. C. Carr.iway, eleeutive W. ii (iiiiiis, executive W. H. Taylor, exteutive Jos. l'atton, janitor t'has. ?lurgan, jailor , reo. W. Williams, police J. W. Washington, Juilii-e II. I. Taylor, poiiee Aaron Bold, police lieu. Van Bnreu, police James Cat. 's, poiiee Jackson (hn Light Com puny, gas t'has. Morgan, feeding prisoner Byron Lemiv, medicine for prisoners... Hunter tv Harrington, medicine for p.-i J. L. i'ower, printing J. C. C.uraway, expense tax collector's Wm. S. Hamilton, commissions l.C. KAi. Co , streets J. Braun, i-treets I'at. Clark, i-treets It. Divis, streets John Murtiu, streets . D. Sidway, streets T. T. Persons, streets tieo. S. (;reen oi Co., lo ll soner.-deed" Total. 75 00 50 X) 7 5o 1 .8 5 -50 i:: oo 40 00 40 00 ;i 50 CO 40 00 4' I i.lO .. 22-i CO t2 70 17 05 ; 45 ISt 50 7 l'i 40 mi 4 05 2 50 Sd 75 21 00 21 00 '; 6 25 5 00 $ 1,050 Si SCHOOL. iliil'sE WARUAN T: l.ueinda "-.IcMiil in, janitress West Jackson School (col.) Louisa Walker, jauitre-s College tfreen School Ida Miller, janitress Went Jackson School (while) Wm. S. Hamilton, commissions , Jas. B. McMillan, stove repairs, College tireeu School.... (ieo. S. tireeil & Co., coal (schools) K. Murrell, repairs on College tireeu .S.I100I It. Bradley, painting West Jackson School 'white) 5 (it) 5 oti to 4 5S 2 25 25 00 ti 40 2 50 Total SCHOOL TEACH KR3 WARRANT? Mrs. O. O. Wall Miss Callie Mizell N. B. 011ng Miss Annie Jackson Miss Adele McLaughlin.. Mrs. It. Williams Mrs. S. D;iwson Mrs. M. V. Turner Miss L. Vilson , Miss Sue Wilkinson . Miss Cornelia Lusk Iliss Sallie l'atton Miss Kmma Kerr 40 00 U 5 Oo 50 00 So 00 so 00 ;;o 00 25 00 25 00 20 00 35 eo 40 00 :i5.00 35 00 Total 455 OO I also report the sale of tlie following described city tax lands, and the amounts received for same, 1835: March 5 .1 in se cor lot 2 Helm survey $ .1 SO March 5 K lot 0 Cohea survev t y7 March 4 Lots -J2, ;i5, iitj, 37, ::", oil, Cohea estate 9 t4 March, 10x100 feet mv cor court sq 2, South Jackson 35 35 To'tai . 65 7i; Which sum has been by me paid over to the City Collector. Respectfully, M. M. McLEoD, City Clerk. CITY '()I.I.l:CT01i S RET-OUT. To the Honorable Board of Mayor and Aldermen of Cent 1. EM FN I have the honor to report the follow month of March, 1S85 : City Street Sidewalks , Damages '. Received of City Clerk for sales of tax lands.. Yazoo Railway Bond and Interest School F'ire ...v Privileges -. the ir.g Citv col lee of J lion ackson ; s for the 153 30 30 00 135 74 41 72 55 70 25 73 3 19 76 fill 35 35 3.S2 0 Total Cash Collected ;...$ Street (paid by labor) $ PRIVILEGES COLLECTED DCMISO THE MONTH OF MARCH, lSi 007 March 2, F. .). Rittelmeyur, merchant, to ilarch 1. 18So...$ f.iiS March 3, J. J. Jones, beer saloon, to March 1, 1S8(J OtV.t March 3, J. J. Jones, boarding house, March 1, 1SSG 070 March 4, F. M. Opp, selling by sample, one week 071 March 5, Adam Kolnim, peddler, to Marcn 5, 18.0 072 March 0, W.J. Brown, Sr., merchant, to March 1, 1830... 073 March 0, II. S'rauss, agent, merchant, to March 6, LSsO... 074 March 0, Mrs. S. J. Massey, merchant, to March 1, ISSti.. 075 March '.), Harriet Hicks, lunch stand, to March 27, 1835 070 March 10, Liza Myers, lunch stand, to March 20, lcS5 077 March 11, J. O. Filler, merchant, 10 March 3, ISiSO 078 March 11, Hunter & Harrington, merchant, to March 3, 'Sti 679 March 12, Jo S. Simmons, butcher, to March 27, ISSo O.sO March 12, Jesse Walker, peddler, to March 12, 1886 081 March 13, Paol Saks, peddler, to March 13, 1886 082 March 14, M. Grant, peddler, to March 14, 1880 0e3 March 19, J. Carson, lunch stand, to April 10, 1SS5. ti84 March 23, Stevens 0: Saunders, merchant, to March 1, '80 t!85 March 24, Roh't Samuels, lunch stand, to pril 1,1885... 080 March 24, R. P. Howell, retail liquor, to Feb. 28, 1-80... 087 March !, C. Hinekle, retail liquor, to Januarv 0, 1880... 088 March 28, A. Phils, peddler, to March 28, I8S0 089 March 2S, Wm. Bowers, peddler, to March 28, 1S80.". O'.tO March 28, R. P. Howell, I biiiiard table, to March 2, 18S0 CM March 28, R. P. Howell, 1 pool table, to March 1, 1880... 092 March 30, Sandy Fllis, lunch stand, to April 26, 18.S5 003 March 20, Jerry Phillips, lunch stand, to March 2, 1SS6-. 0D4 Mrch 10, Liza Myers, lunch stand, to April 20, 1885 CJ5 March 31, Amos Bostick, dray, to April 1, 1880- 040 04 SS 50 . 2 50 25 OO 2 50 10 CO 2 50 2 50 2 50 2 50 2 50 2 50 2 50 2 50 2o W 2 50 2 50 2 50 2 50 12 50 2 50 100 0$ 1&0 00 2 50 2 50 25 00 25 00 2 50 10 (0 2 50 7 50 Total .. 3S2 50 Resneetftil.'v. WM. S, HAMILTON, City Collector. CITY TREASCREK S REPORT. To the Honorable Board of Mayor and Aldermen of the city of Jackson ' Gextlemen I have the honor to present herewith my report as Treasurer for the first quarter of the year 1885 : GEXESAL FCXD. 1885. Balance on hand last report Feb. 7, Received from Collector- Mar 9. Received from Collector, account Bond and Interest... " Received from Collector. ... AprT 7 Received from Col lector ; Received from Collector, account Bond and Interest... Apr'l 10-Received Mayor McGill fines- Received Mayor Mi-Gill, lamps Total .. Disbursed as per vouchers $ 2075 24 925 17 4 SI . Sf6 c0 7:y 08 3 ID . 126 00 5 00 .f 4S34 79 3843 S3 Balance on hand , SCHOOL FUXD. 1SS5. Balance on hand last report... ........ Feb 7, Amount received from Collector, , Feb 22 Amount received from County Treasurer Mar 9, Amount received from Collector . Aprl 7-Amount received from Collector Total Disbursed as per vouchers ..... i 988 94 171-5 36 61 28 729 03 Sl 59 76 69 .$ 2,673 93 .... 1,551 51 Balance on hand FIREXES'S FUXD. Feb 7 Received from Collector..... .... Alar 9 Received from Collector Apr'l 7-Received from Collector Balance on hand. ...., ..L.....L. TAZOO e. R. rrr. ISSo. Balance on hand last report Feb 7 Reeeived from. Collector-..!..... Mar 9 Received from Col lector ...... ..... Apr'l 7-Received from Collector ......... . Total .. Disbursed at per vouchers Balance on hand .......... ........ recapitulation. Balance ou band General Fund... .. ....J.. .School Fund.......;.... Foremen's Fund ....... , Y0100 Jt.lw Fnnd-...... ....... 1,122 44 .$ 29 89 . 4- 80 . 35 35 S 111 04 .$ 1 9S5 39 . 23 91 . 33 16 . 25 73 $1,063 19 . 520 CO i $ 548 19 $ 938 94 . 1,122 44 Ill 04 :.V. 5-18 19 '" My receipii ami vouchers as ex:s:!i!n"d and audited by the Finance C'votuhtee tain iT acroaipanv this report L eiKvlItin. - It--p".i t;tl"i v snbmilU-d. L sTRAV"-.S, City Treasurer. .-FitX-N o ti.h-oi.x, i WHiTE.) Jack., MfS-.., April 1, 15. To. the Uoo.raid P..sr,i of M.yor acl Ald-riuen of the City ol J action : (jt.lUMF.A As -S-xn.u f,,r the w hite (H-opIe, 1 herewhb wubiutt s rc it of inter uieu's iu the City Cemetery for the io..nth of March, 1885 : March T. J. Ilirdy. v.gf 31 yen, heart utsrasc. March 23 Child of Mrs. Mary Burn-., stiil-Utro. March 2i) Ileiiry A. -ioore, age 5 months, water outhe brain. Verv re?t- tfu!iv. PHILLIP RYAN, City s itn. CITY .-EXT COLORED.) lisos. Mis., April 1, 1885. ToN REPORT, J.v. io the llo.iora'oie Board of Mavor and Aldermen of the City ot Jack.-,rti : GESTLEMtrv I have ihe honor herewith to submit a report of inter ments of eohred persons in the Citv Ceiiieiery during the month of March, 1S5: March 2 Harriet Clsrks child. tt! March. t Vlice Howell's child, stiU- -lareh . LiDily Robins.)!!, .Miirch !2-m. Rueker. born. ru; pauper. years, cotiMiai pu 4syearJ, pneumonia-, itiper. Hinds ituinty . ot brain. Re-iiectfui! v su'umittesl. K. liOEIXSON, City Sexton. aircn ij. ui. r.ueker, age 4s year, pneumonia-, pa March 13 Dandy Mitchell, age 16 years, consumption March 27 Adaliiie Johnson, age 51 years, congestion , The follow ing reports of t't.-? KEroK'IS K'y COMMi TTt'oS. Fin -.nee Committee were submitted : Jackson, Miss., April 13, 1S83. To the Honorable Board of Mayor and Aldermen : Your Fiu.tuce Committee to w hom was referred the petition of Dr. M. W. P. .vii, would resueetiiiilv suggesi that tue moneyed a-sess-ments of said Boyd be reduced to twenty-five hundred dollars, and tiie collector lie hereby authorised to make said change in assessments of said Boyd and to Collect tai on the new vaiii Ation. Adopted. K. Watkin-s. Wm. II . Taylor, J. Bkaix. Jackmin, Ml-s., April 15, 1SS5. To the Honorable Board of Mavor and Aldermen : Y'otir Fluanee ilommiitee beg leave to report examined the Cillector's and freasurer's books, xhowiujr following balances in Ctty Treasury funds. General Fund School Fund Fire F'und Yazoo Railroad Fund Total :hat they have this day and tin ! same correct, to credit cf the several $ &sS r-4 1,122 44 Ill 4 518 19 $2,770 01 K. Watuins, W;.i. II. Tavi.uk, J. BliACN. Adopted. To the Honorable Board of Mayor and Aldermen : Genttemen Y'our Finance Committee to whom etitiun of Mr. C.tihoun, asking for a reduction of his the grounds that tiie improvements on his h'nd are otitsi limits, beg leave to report that we have investigated said premises and it is the opinion ot your committee that ail improvements on the aluresai.l property are within the limits of tiie eorporaiion of Jackson. Respectfully su'uiuiue.l, K. Watkins, Wm. H. Taylor, Jacijves Brai n. Adopted. you referred a issessments, on l- the corporate Alderman Watkins, Chairman of the Committee oa Claims, reported the follow ing accounts as correct, and recommended payment of same : Chas. Morgan, feeding prisoners.., Win. S. Hamilton, commissions.... John Taylor, streets Pat Clark, streets R. Davis, streets John Marliu, streets Chas. Brannum, streets A. MeGinr.is, streets i'hil Hammond, streets Dinkius, Goree & Amos, streets.... J. Brami, streets Fl. Waikins, streets. L. F. Chiles, tax refunded 02 40 45 04 10 20 35 O 27 75 2S 75 3 OS 51 75 37 15 3 oO 2 20 2d 45 11 25 Total $ 341 50 fCHOOL. Wm. S. Hamilton, commissions $ 3 83 K. Waikins, supplies West Jackson school (colored! 75 Geo. S. Green A Co., coal, West Jackson school (col.) aud Col lege Green School 7 50 L. Murrell, repairs College Green School 1 00 warrants ordered 13 06 to be Total On motion, the accounts were allowed, and issued in payment nf the same. On motion of Alderman Hardy, the Mayor was authorised to purchase a car load of sewer tile. On motion of Alderman Taylor, the Street Committee was instructed to place four lamps in West Jackson. The petitions of J. J. Jones aud J. Brauu to retail vinous and spirituous liquors, were presented and filed. On motion of Alderman Taylor, the amount paid by L. F. Chiles, for purchase of tax lands erroneously described, was refunded and warrant ordered to be issued for $11.25 in payment of the same. Ou motion of Alderman Braun, the claiiu of It. K. Jayne for refunding of poll tax, was rejected. The reports of the attendance at the City S jhools, were submitted to the Board, with average as follows: College Geeen School Males, 42 ; female-, 55. West Jackson white Males, 25; ; females, 2S'.. West Jackson colored Males, DJ 3-20 ; females, J31 7-10. The warrants issued during the first quarter 1885, and up to date, were then examined, and compared with the stubs iu the Clerk's books, and found correct. The F inance Committee, then examined, compared, cancelled and burn ed iu the presence of the Board, the warrants and Yazoo Rail Road scrip, presented by the Treasurer, w ith his report, to-w it : General 'Warrants , Sdiool Warrante Yazoo R. R. Scrip 3.S45 85 1,551 51 520 00 Total $5,917 36 to the Board of Mavor The following Ordinance was then submitted and Aldermen ; and on motion adopted : Whereas, The Vlcksurg and Meridian Rail Road Company under an ordinance of this Board, Adopted August 1, 1883, occupy and use the lot south half Court square 1, in South Jackson, for their depot, side tracks, switches, Ac, the right to lay the tracks necessary for that purpose across certain streets, was granted to the said company; the building or location of the said tracks, was in no way to interfete with tie proper draining of the streets so used, and culverts or sewers required for that purpose were to be built and kept in repair by sid company ; and Whereas, The requirements as to the drainage of said streets have not been complied with, and this is the cause of damage to property, from water, at certain points along the line of the track of said companv ; Therefore, v Us it Oi ilniued by the Board cf jlwjrtr and Aldernvm of the City of Jv:I;jh, That the Yicksburg and Meridian R. R. Company, be aud they are heredy required to construct aud keep iu repair a culvert or ditch, built of brick or sewer tile, along their right of way on the north cide of Rail road Avenue, running from their depot in South Jackson, westwarilly into the town creek, the said culvert or ditch to he of such dimensions, and located at such point along the aforesaid right of Way, as may lie designated by the Street Committee of this Board. On motion of Alderman Braun, the Board adjoured. JOHN McGILL, Mavor. M. M. McLeod, City Clerk. Jackson, Miss., April 23, 1885. At a caMed meeting of the Board of Mayor and Aldermen of the City of Jackson, held Thursday, April 23, i8iv3. Present Hon. John McGill, Mayor; Aldermen, Braun, Gibbs, Hardy, Taylor and Watkins. Absent Alderman Jones. His Honor, The Mayor informed the Board tint this meeting was call ed for the purpose of considering a propositiou for the building of an iron bridge across Twon Creek, on Capitol Street. A proposal from the Smith Bridge Company of Toledo, Ohio, was then presented to the Board, by A. I'. Stalls, Agent, as follows : Jackson, Miss., April 23, 1885. To the Honorable Board of Mayor and Aldermen ot Jackson, Miss: Gestlemes We the undersigned hereby propose to furnish all the material and erect a bridge across Town Creek, on Capitol street, in the city of Jackson, all complete, ready for travel, including necessary ma sonry, according to plans and specifications herewith submitted for the sum of ($3,500) three thousand five hundred dollars. specification foe superstructure. The bridge to consist of two spans wrought iron low truss, one roadcay 16 feet wide, in the clear, two foot walks 5 feet wide each, in the clear, with iron latticed hand railings, siid spans to be 50 feet long each full length, and to have a capacity of 2.000 lbs per lineal toot with factor of 4 for safety. specifications for sub-structure. The sub-structure to consist of two abutments and one pier. Founda tions for abutments to be excavated U a good hard foundation, not below the bed of the stream iu the channel, to be leveled ofi and two courses ot gwod cypress timber flattened on two sides, laid down, one lengthwise, and the other crosswise, of the abutments, said Limber to be not less than one foot each course, in thickness, and to project notlessthan six inches outside of brick work all around. Cion these foundations the brkk work is to be built the abutments are to be three feet thick and forty feet long on top, four feet thick and forty-two feet long on the bottom, to be of suriieient height to, with the use of a wall plate on top, ten inches thick, place the top of the bridge floor wherever the Council may direct. A return at either end of the said abutments five feet long to be made. The foundation for the pier to be excavated two feet below the present bed of the creek, to have one course of cypress timber, not less than one foot thick, laid lengthwise of pier extending att under abutments, upon thin the pier ia to be built of the following dimensions, three feet thick and twenty -two feet long ou top, and five feet thick and twenty-four feet long on bottom, and the pier is to be built angling on the up-stream eud to turn any drift coming against it. Eespectfullv submitted, -By '.SMITH BRIDGE COMPANY. A. P. Stults, Agent. : Oa moton, a special committee of three was appointed to ascertain the sentiment of the people in regard to the erection ot such bridge. The Mayor appointed Aldermen Watkins, Braan and Taylor as the committee. On motion of Alderman Hardv, the Board adionrned. JOHN McG ILL, Mavor. M. M. McLeod, City Clerk. ' SPRIITG CAPITAL EMPORIUM! -AGAIN- We Gome to the Front ! -WE NOT- 0.LY TALK BUT I.VCT! ZZS c - JEWELER m THE OLd RKi.it r.m i iilSG CYiR.-TOCXED WITH Waltham, Elgin, Kockford, and other best gr tdes of Gold r.nd Silver Watches ; Diamonds, and other Solid Gold Jewelry, Roli ei Uoi.r Jewelry, Solid Saver v are, Clocks, etc. I wi.! Cil tne above dur ing the Summer at prices oi -?r than can be had at an v other time, or m;i -- Seutter'd is, .v- ters tor the iies-i Eye Glasses, ami 11 this Stale. always, heitdquar- Spectacle-a and largest Stock in The Old Smndird atd Celebrated Meriden Silver Plate Co., and the MiddletowB S;ler Tlato Company, every visitor ill reeoiiect their gnteou EAibtt at the (Vii-.i Il-cuir't hit ("-(-!o.l Miuufarture Slrietly Quadrv.ple- Plate Silverware, nu.t t.-ip! i, ..i un surpassed JJiVjoY, Tatte d JhindiHut-. They are represented iii Jai Kwn, Mt-s., by F V. Sl'l'TTEi: only; and who now offers daring the dull Summer mouth, the contents of h;s Suowcaie. overcrowded with this Superior Silver-Ware, 1-isth.n '. Kcg'ardless of profits. Reliable Watch Repairing and Aeat Engraving! ASE SPECIALTIES AT TUTS ESTABLISHMENT. I', v. SiKi'TTESS, .3eue:or. Soulier's Comer, JACKSON, MISS. api-o's; We Sell You a Union Cassimere Suit for $3 50 ! We Sell You an All-Wool Cassimere Suit for $5 OO ! We Sell you Middlesex Flannel Suits, Label on it, $7 O01 We Sell you a Handsome Mil WOFSM Si $8.00! We Sell you Valour Finish Plaids, $10 00! We Sail joz Solan Worsts! all col ors, Bins, Wins.Erown, $10 50. Ws Sell yon a celebrate! Sawyer Suit, $12 00. We Sell yon genuine All these we can furnish you iu sacks, Cut-aways, Frock and Prince Albert styles. AVe can also furnish at these prices in We can sell you NECK TIES 11 SCARFS Unequeled in price and in elegance of Newspapers of To-Hay. those w!io la-cole irenerallv. and even may In- termed steady readers and ( lose observer. have but faini concvplion of the magnitude and influence ihe press of ti.i Coutitry has attained. From a careful examination of the advance puges of the l-8o edition of the Amuiu an NEW-i-ArtK DiKKCTOKY. issued May l-t, by t.eo. P. Itowell Co., of New York, it appcar tb.it 1 here are 14.147 newspapers and pe riodicals published ill the I'uit.-d Slates and Canada; of these the Cnited Slates h.i 12.1C5, an average of one p:..r for every 3 !"70 icrs.mi. Iu 1n4 the total number . . ...... i. of m-w.sn.iH-n was i--s iy man ai present, sod w title the g.ua inis year i 1101 so marked as in some previous years, it is still considerable. Kan.-as -hows the great est incvea-e,tbe numlii-r lieing 78. w hile Illi nois fol ios w ith a gain of 77. It is curi ous to notice that New York, the scene ol so much political activity during ihe last campaign, should have only about one third as many new papers as the State of Pennsylvania. As n index to the com parative growth and prosperity of ili.'b-rent sections of the country, especially the Territories.the number of new paper-forms an interesting study, and may we'll occupy the attention of the curious. .Money is not Mammon. (live it plenty of air and it is sweet as the haw thorn"; shut it up and it cankers mid breeds- worms. l'aul Fibre. 'I lie Atlanta Coiislilutiou, In a long article relating to the B. B. B., of thit city, says: The Biootl ti lin Company s-.arien one year ago wit.. SjiHi'J.OO, hut to-uav ine ousi- ness cannot oe oouglil lor j-m,wir.w . The demand and the salislaction given is said to be without a parallel, as its action is pronounced wonderful. We are glad to announce that our drug iist have already secured a supply, and we hope our readers will supply themselves at once. It is said to be tlie only specific and jer nuinent blood noison remedy offered, giv ing entire ati-iaction iu all cases bvlore one bottle has In-en used. For Blood Dis eases. Kidney Troubles, Srofubi, Catarrh, old Ulcers and Skin Dise ases, try one hot-! tie of B. B. B. lI.-l!-;!"-.IllI - Iire and Walor-l'root PAINT AND ROOFING CO. SOI. U INi r Utl KKKS tK 1 hi: t KilH I Ti' Parsons Eureka Paint, JACKSOX, 11' K A UK NOW rKMUt;l T l'l kN l.-'l If in -ny tin ni it v i tit m.mm j ...n ( , l.t, .i f,-r tval IHfrit hd li t'tjtial. It lit liiintini '-otti.nn.i , i.it oil or - i-l- u-f iu li i. Sli.i ! rHj.r i,t! a Ay, lor iititim'iu tunn ne rHi . n,l,ii tit .l slii.iii-s u" tin ; al-, l-r It-f ,"'( 4 ot --!--? iwiii It'iik'. mii.I j-H-.t v iiif -tkl tmk;!j), 'i in, I r t . i . i A.ti ami J--rt ttiivU't in,- Hitiu inth.iUr i.r-i r-.tT ; anl i l-viii itii t.ri- i t. mo m tnr j'iiiHt csii .wu U- i ii(H', U-tfti fctih'tit mi.H i- .ll, tOtltaitlS JO l-VoHII."-lf. tlfc---!Hi, (" ll t aw"'i,-.l lv lt.n r -'il, ratti tr ii.t.. , i-l !'.( ..'k! on imy knul l n or oi.t r-.;, ; v i: pt .(( v,--'Kwi ti luri.ii i.t am-st r.i?-l f iliKay .rtiiiv mit iu. ihii Vmitl wlit'ti ii)i' tt.t tt t iUv;'-" ; il! 1' r.'i a t;u it .''litnu'lcti tnn-.ii, ulurti tt iiwint- -tii r w.ttfr liyin Jiiul IaaI tiati a Uniur us n tiii1 ..-;. U iiiciii.Hr ttn ii no i,oal I t' liitinbuj; m like frat w liu U t.t tKiii- put oil tut itic U 'h.i- .JuilK H KtMHIUH alUtfic. Mlt llt tin ji cillHU Jor it; ciiti W uscxi ty any mi, ih.vl.y p-avinu t,e i-xjmhm ol Uinim a )iia tiMit j'SinU'r, ui.l t'lf ivi is Ic?-' )H-t c-i U. ii tliii Mttv ttttiri iu litt uijfkri. ny i i it v at lh it.tr rt.i l li'H y -li v hOt-(it.! p.-r 'nit, , .Vi i!.,--! t'tji. .il- il trxt!ii- We furniU this uiut tu i r:tl-'f tl Twt'liiv liliiirn nr; nalKuiK; 1"n tlbin li ai f Oam I, .Ifiivfiitl tu lit v.trs Ht Ju ik,'H fl ) tl tfH-OIUtt tttl WlnlH' luts, SV Mi iivt tfrritory t- active iv-p umlitJ fMCtif. When orti-Tiiri;, jtl'av ft-r wtuMiivr Iir or metal. As td. f.4!tit luf slim-lw i wnuewii.tt ni adifl'MPtit ptc;iMra.iou r m ut-tt tn i;o'til rMU, it i? nt.iry to stat rxat.tiy. . irvuiacs rou lain a. 4 to-tiiiioni tU ( th iip ri.n it y autt ftiHumiv ui t ti i l'mi, vr -Ai ( im m-i'ii iHl upfitaU')tt. We rriVr als- lo A. V n.ii-n, J-tim T. iltit k i.ii'1 H r-m lmjy, J,tci m, an t . j. 1' iuiitz uiid ii. C. i rl, Jiaii'iii. li. k. liAlU.V, Man ah t:iu up! I, S.Vlm. REEKS' BANK The great demand for Shriner's Indian Vermifuge is solely due to its intrinsic value. Thousands ue it to-day in prefer ence to any other, and say that it destroy and expels worms ellectually. For sale at drug olores. jxviti;h I'uoposai.s lor ic.x- t-ltatie of tlte lU.H-'iv, r's ( crtifi ate 'Jd, :A aul 4th iuMiillmenU lur nenv ille atnJ I.exiutoii City iloudsor will xehaui tiieui for ciaiiu? nol jet Med and allowed. Tlit'Ttr Hdiidsare -ry k'mmI U'ai unl I'tmliiig in every rejMc( paj itic iiiU-rit re;iiUri , and ei canfully jm-IwUhI Iij saiii Hank a- tli I-t of iu- Thrv bar merit ftHMiritiH. tuari-'i.'JtArm. ' er twtit. iitleret.1. DoX'T forget it, Straw Hat from to $-.50 for the ltt jit tlie - Capital Ci.onu.so Hmpokii m. X EY ADVERTISEMENTS. I LawR Ties, ' -Taesday, May 5th, 1835 !- The Wonderful Negro Boy Pianist, BLIND TOM! TUK Musical Phenomenon of the kge. -lu-n.muc.l Tlin.u'liiint the W..ri,i ao The- colored and white i5c. fiiTiitcst XatiiinI Pianist Liviiu! per Dzei Htvle RELIABLE SEED'S! Buist's Seed Potatoes, Jf.-T ItHt KlVi;t BY S. LEMLY & SON. Jauil. 'itV'iiu. I50?V'I5S FOlt SALE! i rt;ii Foit-sAi.K toi hi: Ht..-in;i.'.i.i: iu l.KKKN'h Hank aier. iiflS.OOit (Jreenville City Bonds! ?5,000 Lexington City Bonds ! Tlnw IhiiiiIs nrv .xeellent Mi-nrities ait.l I(e i.'i- t-r..t is .iiMiiitiy M.iii. ily iUtlff mii.til. l-.-a!,, valiil, uiiii liiu lin in every r-.jie.' l, lor'.r .jio.it- i-atii.n is risjue-te.!. J'fc-ll'.'A l.l.Kl.S. leb.' VS. V-u Lii i Lawn and Pique Scarfs, 50 cts. per Dozen ! We can sell you the Celebrated WASH SUSPENDERS Two pairs in one, at the price of one pair. We can paralyze vou in STBA HATS! A trenuine Mackinaw Hat for ,. cents: We can paralye you ia other Straw Hats at 5 and 10 cents. We can paralyze you in Unlaundried Shirts ! 3 ply Linen bosom and linen bands Wamsutta Domestic, SO Con tf-; ! We can astonish you in Fancy Percal Shirts, Open front, open back plaited bosom, from as cts. to $1.00 : WILL A PfKA R AS AltOVK FuK Positively ONE NIGHT ONLY! -Adiuiv.ii.n Vie.; Ite--rviil (seats. ss-ali. s.s-un .1 at HiiTit-rA llurriiisiu.ii lr .-i or-. tAinetrt at Sn'tlm k. WILLIAM LOWE, MERCHANT TAILOR, CATITOL M'ICLKT, J ACXNOX, Miss. VfULL tJNfc K fcROAlM JjiiliS, ( A-i-moref , tuts' f'urnisiiin tnM ! . .t ty , aiway un hand. ftlJil-S MAIK V l.AT hvJ' LL, and at rnaiiatit pn. fc. rder lrm any pai t oi tb. htau. w.ii rfct'i prompt and careful attention. JD"OXt h.vli: 1 t ai i.nur. Mii..ii m ail iiT lUll. li! lint i"' l ur;vi.!Y SKXT, si.l.-lKii.l lulu, i-u '.-) leet u ail. v. mi- Th loo, are on M merva Aiiuv .-i sine 1k. A. W. 1 nun, ai Mai. 1K. jioava i.rl -.'S.'S-V-lt. .1 P. four Uy. PEEVER &C GRIMMEli, CARPENTERS iD BUILDERS Cor iiisisii LMs For Sale. ItVP.IS'; THE SEAS'tX OF THE WOKl.U a rvpiivrm. Thk O.aku.s u-iU uuiAvin irr ot chariK, nU lumU iu Ihu S!r thai iy W, r,J-,fl fur talr. ba iuliri tiuU filiyiu. leM-ntv - " '"- j -i) wont. Ki'l i-br ixTtl 6 urrU. J-ytra mpxt of paper TiU (X MTHt u-rf kl'i ia M iippi lrl-irtineitl Sl'LtNUlD LAND FOR SALE. j f ACKE- OF Wlll.1. -illlBBIial' rlW rali-ti'il Unni. ense of cultivation, ai-iv ovel-ttow. Will wll orem lianij lr iwiil in imrii.- f-a-slem part of fflate. or lor llierelian.llse. n.r .iir- tlier iiitoriiiatiijn a-l'ir a;, I i'.t.'Vi.dt. i.mle Sjirmiis, t ranKUn I ., mi. President and Capitol Stc, JACKSON, MISS. ILL ATTKND PKfiMPTI.y T'i ALL nl!- l..-r. lor tlie Tei-lion ol n r.oil.liiu, or ti.e lU'l.air ol Oill onl-s. hir.l 4.I;om V o. s au.l lullnlai-liou guarant.!. apt l,'H-'.-uiu. NOTICE. tiiieAiio, Mar-Ji l-v.. I'ommi-neini- Wi-ln lay Aj.nl Ist. un.i uiiiil fiirltter lioliee, the iiliiioli. Ceitlru l4aiiio4.t wi.l exeur-L.li tieket. lr.l sta.-k.ou, .l.s., u, N rlean. aiel relurii, u i.riii ol ihrist .1 more on one polid tiekei, at rale ol .l.'w .er pa.:iiifrr. 1 1'-ket. Mxi lo retiir j witiiiD len ila. iroio diiU: of -ale. A H. II A.MolJN. April s.'ivVli. (rueial i'A-fi,.. Aif.a . For Sale on Easy Terms. rplVO LOT.-. AN D .'K)l I1.. I.--. i X Knie Mouiilam, lippan ei., jii-s. mTm ol llllltiere.1 lanil ll-ar !iiiii .i...:. Mountain i-emaie ( oll.-je, ainl ur .wouuuim .aje Ai-ailuiov are kjcatnl liwrc, ami oner uin.-r t-mea-tional fai-iiil.e-. AJdre M. .!- LK) , iSl.'s-i.ot. Blu Jioonutiu, Jin. lOtfk At'RK LYING LMME1HATKLV L9 w n.-th .,1 Vai.leii. Mi.-a.. ou uolli aide of 1. C. It. R.; partly iuai.l f ti; c.rrai ion ao4 not more thau n varon imm oi-i. ' cleaml and in not- atate of culliralion, balance in oak, (fuiu and cyprew. timber. The ealirt- traet i level and wril au'.-eo. ,.i,.u.. Vv..-. nssru-arr oui&oum-s. o trai l ol lain to w M l-si sri l-l-l is h'tiT a l ipteu lo raising or f inniiiz than thia. I'rk ery low and U-riua easy. 1 Call ou. or a-nlre-. i W. II tiUUMi, apl , H.tl. niriniOKiiaiu, f. Dairy Farm or 75 Acre half A- unie from Port oilou Mum. " sa large brielt bout: of t. pjd nioma; alw naila ...,l al. kitelien.outbOUea.cle!ru. eie.. ev. euliiniu-d stock water from a uTer-filii.g sprini?: harn to atssnumodate all neceaaary nl.jk, feed and implement; an abundant supply ol fuel; i., a,, -!.. nt senools. iMtb usai and le- maie: witnin easy i-eee " " '"y'" For prtimlani, addnaa Pitor. i. UAN, H. Aeademy, Port OIUSOB, tlaiooroe vo., ximm. sp.lS, .t. STOLEN ! THE 1NTITCTI0N FOi: THK IHJAK ami lumlt, Tn.vJaf uilii. .nl I , a ii.V f aViAKK, aUjut tiltt-n ban'i hih, in jkA vjit iiO"u and a.ijihtiy (Mine in rilit lurv tt of tjuj.. er. A iitM-ral r-wx.ri wiii l mk1 lor t..e. r.vry ol tbr itiarr' an-1 1et-tiou ( thieL Tni i-jar-; a naturai fnn-tr ami ia tine wli.i' m ire. iii i uy Marnhai h .-- iok out for &. anIl. .V- J- 1L lKVNSf .-.li.t. M1 vr '1b.- l noUHdliu asia M ia kl liitiEK,.- ur4 r3 Wwil hrr ieil two story rcHidto-ae ia Summit, Miw., oa I. C. lUii- rt.t uii huadrea ana ein- mum irum .iew rr- iean. KlUcWr l-fcaUl, newly paictwl sua ia .1...-.., r-l, ,.nir: fine kit nan and dower jrardn on FABIUS- Y WRITINGS A A INST PKOIiiriTlON. with tb;r pte1, are uuw in iatiu.uei iurut l iUK Ci-akios Ota.--, a tf I wnirt can bad by any on; deirm to i'taI it. hy apply ing t- , that o"lfwst"(re oi cbart, and 1 t-ant at my VPPLICANTS FO OFFICE ui,.i.-r vr-i.t Ad luiiJitraUofi MATKJALLY AMif.inn Mi.r aip!icait'ns, rrjuUite exatumauens, tu:., Aio.am li and Wwt Point iu'iud1. lu' i.r; ptaii p. f. H. IkNKHL" K, tlat ot War ln-j.artmeuti, IW. Ajifil 1. 'Aa-liu. Mississippi Dental Depot. 0. 2. HTLZ1X PrDprietor, JACKSOK, XIS3. ALL tHKiTi KEPT THAT ARK LiSUALLY found in a nmt-claaa iKotal loepot-af-order filled ptunptly. jiuail.'S.:lt. BOOTH fc HIPPLE, " JACK605, 1I3S, riLL GIVE PPOJMPT AND SATLSt-ACTCV Br atlenuon tu ire.L Ad.lrcsa a tjoe. lapl .','W.6t. Totil Funds on band this day... ...5? 2,770 61 The "Boss" Liiiimeat. How weary tha time when pain is our constant companion. Anat marvetion remedy, Magtc Arnica Liniment, will cure. Thousands testify to iU almost miraculous cure of wounds, hurts, sprains and bitei. ilav it about tne nou. ai is tne lini ment for man and beast; it is a good lini ment for all emergencies. It cores rheuma tism when all other remedies fail. Send for our almanac for ISSa, and read about a4 onr other wondertnl remedies X.a. Creole Hair Restorer," Hungarian Lung Balsam, and other standard preparations. for sale by druggists, and manufactured by the Mansfield Medicine Co., Memphis, Tean. School Wanted, Fob the Snmmer months, commencing July 1st. References given. Address T T. Mabtu.-, Clinton, Miss. ap29-3t. Uo long' Word. There is no call of using long words in speaking ot Parker's Tonic It sells on iu iuerits,and cures by its virtues.! Xo family can make a mistake bv keepinir a bottle in the house. For couzhs. colds and all troubles of the bowels, stomach, liver and kidneys, it is exactly what yon want. For youracU, your wile and children. : We could call your attention to many more articles in our line but we FOR. SALE. -4-. oa ot lasuKtu au run IU" acres oi valuaule Farm land, lour wilea went from Jackaoa, near the XaU-he, Jatksou A -..iu., h.i R. R. About Tu acraa are tu cullnatiou. 1 ne tract w reacnea oy gooa niaa , is .-a.iuie w .i,.n-l. and achol noli-e. Term etieap lor ca.-h. Apply to Mlii. . J. JOSfc-5, aj.l 22, IW.M. .acaiu, mm. Talaable Farm for Sale- g-g "5 ACKKS, TBBtt Ul.VlStU tUtfi 3 M.M fence - about 2uu of wtaich w nae ooltoui laud, talauoe iu umtier; ptse, oa and cyureaa: want to paralyze and astonish you atjb.ea; mnuin waver; aptcndui welt ia; um locauiiy , "o3 h -' . , - -- tor afaca; jenougU umber w pay lor tue place u iiut m to lunioer. jr. . 1 r.1.1-, apn i, ivww -, . . w , present on a few only particularly STRAW HATS ! 1 170 tGfCall to see ua. It will pay yon. Frielnan, Mm & Go, J A.OXXSOIV, TSIfm. FOR SALE. ACP.ES OF LAND WITH HtXDWVT nviiienee. outhouuea, and a fine sruina'. situ ated on Tauzinahoa. river, and the 1. C l-nilwar. at 07 ka. Mm. One of the brallhieat ptacea ia the (.outn. 111 he sold very cbeap lor caali. r ur fur tlier inforniatioo addreae J. J. MOKKS, aprll, B6.tt. Ooyka, Mim. isisoo; WILL BCT A NICE LITTLE PLACE. nineteen acraa of laud, two (ram dwell ing houses, in rootus aaeh, apleudiA now bant, buiory sous, aegra eauioaud goud iptrdnu. Would nake a aiaiCTilncent fruit and veiceUlile farm, situ ated at balimaa, ntatLUK.lt. lour aiilesauuU of Cryatttl Spring, Ciiah County. ot iurthsr in. I I lornuuioB apply .a Ma. pii, um i.-tUiW I aviim (M vyatai ?MUia, attss,. or 1 1UI. 4. UlltAKT, prtis.'as.s MvNatr, JnOunoa th Mmk House-Painting, Calceminiug, Glazia? and Paper-llangiiig. BRIOKT VO I PATIKG It KICK, AM k.uJ s- - Coiuuion itnck,aad sererai kuiua 01 I.km PBiUisEU BKlCkL, aiade aid lor aale br H. ia. TAYUP. Jl arts, Iuly30,,fnv-ly. Jacasoa. Mi . Klllo Malxe, sail tu be the great forage plant 1b to world v sd lur sale tram crop raised in Haukia countv, Misa., ia Imi. J txuU a quart, IX OU per pack, J per Whel. Feb. lV&S-aa., MERCHANTS' DEEDS OF TRUST 'OK BALK AT . THE CLARION OFriCEl By the quire, ftdc ; per hundred. ft.-Vi; per thuw aud, S10.UU. Poataa, ac tvApr-, ,.n.u4. Ar drwa THK rUHIOKi, JavCtAatatit, Mtaua "TONwAIffi ! i hJ he a 4 i uvihWHk 1U r tHlj V1.. t 8fwt a4 (tteaswat ffciwaej jma. WUvt, lU'kV l'l ISilat VurMK ix Mtkfc Vw-A t Saaxi, a t 4t)fA. ,1 i 5 tai i 9. , 1 .