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official Journal for lite Publi
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31 1 !.
: June 7,
jCT We regret that the coiuiiitniicu
tion of J. I)., cannot e inserted. It
is a most excellent piece of verse, hut
having been onee before puMi.-Jird,
can no longer lay claim to originality.
Original pieces when deemed worthy,
will at anv time be inserted with
pleasure.
XtT The liabilities of the English
bankets, Oveiend, (Inriley A. Co., are
about fifty five millions of dollars, the
result of nine months' business.
Si mm it Masonic Loook. The Hall
of this Lodge was destroyed by fire on
the :24th of Iiecember last. After
strenuous eil'orti the fraternity raised
sufficient funds to commence building
again, and the frame was up and part
ly enclosed, when the storm of the
2"th razed it to the ground. All Ma
sons who wi-dito assist our unfortu
nate but clever friends at Summit,
should communicate with Geo. ('.
Taylor, Ksi , Secretary of the Lodge.
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XiT We learn from the Gainesville
Star that that phi.ee U expected to be
c ome a busy ship building point.
Capt. W. J. 1'oitevent is now cn
gaged on a dry dock, and as soon as
that is launched will commence
"another'' steamboat.
Si'iNiiKANT. Most of the gold
which has been shipped from New
York for some time past, is for the pur
chase of cotton at Liverpool, to sup
ply the Northern manufactures. It is
estimated that the stock now on hand
in this country, will be exhausted by
the first of September.
J-fjTA London correspondent of the
New York World, May 4th, estimates
the coming cotton crop of the United
States at 3,0t.0,00 bales. He's an un
mitigated fool.
Z-iT An ice-making machine is in
operation at Shreveport, which makes
.5,000 pounds of ice a day, worth 8150.
The expense of the manufacture is
The patent right for three Parishes
was purchased for C.0,000.
iC-t?" A riot occurred at Keachi, near
Shreveport, on the last Sunday in May,
in which two negroes were killed
lltlt v.' 1 -
leans Times, says that the nejjroes
were making a disturbance outside a
church during service, when thsee
young men, going out to quiet it, were
fired upon )y them with pistols. The
tiring collected a large number of ne
groes, w ho assumed a threatening at
titude, when the people armed them
selves, and following up the two ne
groes, who were reloading their pistols,
killed them both. The pistols had
been lately purchased, evidently w ith
the purpose of having a row, one of
the negroes having been heard to say
that lie w as going to church, and meant
to "have meat"' before lie left.
The Chicago Republican denies the
statement that there w ill be any change
in its political opinions. Kxchange.
Nobody ever thought that there
would lie an-, and if there should be.
nobody expected the Republican to
own it.
We learn from the Vicksburg
Journal, of yesterday, that the steam
ers Ida Handy, P.ostona and Ray
mond were all burned last Saturday
night at St. Louis. The Ida Han
dy had been laid up at St. Louis
changing tubular for flue boilers.
The tubulars were taken out on Sat
urday and the n?w boilers were lying
ou the shore ready to be put in Mon
day. The fire, which is believed to
be the work of an incendiary, was dis
covered on board the Ida and w as
soon communicated to the other
boats. All were destroyed. The
Handy was owned by the Atlantic
aud Mississippi Steamship Company,
and was valued at eighty thousand dol
lars. She w as insured for about two
thirds of her value. The A. and M.
Company have been very unfortunate.
This is the tenth boat thny have lost
in the last twelve months. The Uos-
toua and Raymond were old boats of
not much value, owned by private par
ties.
Military Commission Trials Ille
oal. Judge Kelson, of the Supreme
Court, delivered an opinion some
time since in the case of James Eagan.
a.prisouer in the Albany Penitentiary,
that the trial of a civilian by rnilitary
commission, is illegal and the convic
tion void. The Indianapolis Herald,
in commenting on this, states that the
Northern soldiers Lave a keener ap
preciation of the horrors of these mili
tary tribunals than citizens generally.
This is quite natural. Many of them
have, doubtless, suffered from mili
tary tyranny, violence and injustice.
We have more to expect from the lib
erality, and sense of justice, of the
Federal soldiers , than from the men
who skulked from the army but houud
ed on the war at a safe distance in the
rear. No people can long preserve
the semblance of republicanism whose
citizens are liable at any time to be im
prisoned and tried by an irresponsible
military commission.
' It is gratifying to see that there is
honesty enough in the Judiciary to
condemn these military commission
arrests and false imprisonments, and
we trust to hear no more of these des
potic inquisitions.
The Bankrupt Bill.
The la-w on this subject -which re
cently passed the House of Represen
tatives establishes uniform proceed
ings for bankruptcy in all the States
and constitutes the District Courts of IVkeepsian ; at est 1 omt a
the United States, Courts of Bank- Wet Pointer, but at i onkers. she
ruptcv. It provides for voluntarv and j could not tell what she was.
involuntarv bankruptcy. ! Of by far the larger proportion of
Anv person within "the jurisdiction ' the people of the United States, it maj
or the United States, owing debts ; be said that they are something end
over three hundred dollars, shall ap- i in? in , t huge part of ue re
ply, by petition, to the judge of his
iudicial district, settinsr out his inabil-
. . fn r,,l his I
wbinguess to surrender his estate for
the benefit of his creditors, The filing
of such petition shall be an act of
bankruptcy, and such petitioner shall
be adjudged a bankrupt. A warrant
shall then be issued by the judge, di
reetin.' the Marshal of the District to
take possession of the estate, and keep
the same until the appointment of an
a-ieuee. Notice is then to be given
to the creditors to hold a meeting and
choose one or more assignees.
Afl creditors whose debts are duly
pn'ed and allowed, are to be entitled
to a share in the bankrupt property, pro
rata, without any priority or prefer
ence whatever, except that wages due
from him to any operative, clerk or
house servant, to an amount not ex
ceedingtif'ty dollars, for labor perform
ed within six months next preceding
the adjudication of bankruptcy, shall
be entitled to priority, and shall be
first paid in full. In the order for a
dividend the following claim-, are to
be entitled to priority of preference.
l" '"' ,ir1 '" U"'
lowing order: l"ir-t, fees costs ami
expenses of suit, and for the custody
of property. :M. All debts due to the
United States. :md all taxes and assess
melits under the laws thereof. lid.
All debts due to the State in which the
proceedings in bankruptcy are pend
ing, and all taxes and assessments
made under the laws of such State.
Cases of involuntary bankruptcy are
provided for in the following cases:
A departure from the State, avoid
ing the service of legal process, re
moval or concealment of property,
arrest and detention for debt for a
period of seven da vs. confession of
judgment, or suspension of payment
of commercial paper for fourteen days,
shall lie deemed an act of bankruptcy.
Penalties are provided against bank
rupts for concealment of property,
falsifying books or papers, fraudulent
assignment or conveyance of property,
spending in gaming, permitting a ficti
tious debt to be proved against him,
obtaining goods on credit fraudulently
w ithin three months of the commence
ment of proceedings in bankruptcy.
These are to be deemed misdemeanors
and punished by imprisonment, with
or without hard labor, for a term not
exceeding three years.
We think such a law demanded as
much for the interest of creditors as
debtors. There are thousands of honest
men w ho, if they were relieved by a
judicious bankrupt law, would, by their
energy, accumulate property and even
tuallypay their debts. We are not ad
vised as to w hat the fate of the bill
w ill be in the Senate, but think it very
probable that in some .shape or other,
it will become a law. In the mean
time, rapacious creditors, who are
struggling for judgments with a view
of coercing principal, accumulated in-
so unfortunate as to be in debt, w ill
consult their interest by endeavoring
to compromise with all except those
who are undoubtedly solvent. In en
deavoring to collect the whole of their
debts, the' maybe able to realize only
a very small part.
The dividends obtained in bankrupt
cases, will be small, while the court
gives the debtor a discharge that w ill
be conclusive on all creditors.
T We publish this morning a let
ter from a valued correspondent, con
taining and enforcing an important
suggestion on the subject of a Nation
al Convention. Addressed as it is to
members of the old Democratic partv,
it demands their candid and patriotic
attention. So far as the South is con
cerued we apprehend there is no lie
cessity fur such an appeal. Old party
lines here are completely obliterated,
and the masses of the people sustain
President Johnson's policy with an
unanimity unknown in the past histo
ry of political parties. As regards
the Northern democracy, we believe
the course recommended the only one
that will insure success. There is
great danger that in the attempt to
maintain the democratic name and or
ganization, they will drive from the
support of the President a large and
respectable class of republicans, whose
co-operation is absolutely necessary to
defeat the radicals. If a National
Convention is held, we think it should
embrace all who support the adminis
tration of the President, without refer
ence to their party affiliations. In
this there need be no sacrifice of Dem
ocratic principles. The welfare of
the country should lie the paramount
object with eveiy patriot, and not the"
preservation of a party name. All the
friends "and supporters of President
Johnson, whether republicans or dem
ocrats should stand shoulder to
shoulder in vindicating his principles,
maintaining the restoration of the
South, and driving from power the
Jacobins who are plotting the over
throw of the Constitution and the
degradation of our people.
The Woodville Republican and
Wilkinson Journal have consolidated,
retaining the st'le of the former, the
oldest paper in the State, and now pub
lished by John W. Bryant ; W. J. Kel
ler and J. S. McNeely, proprietors, and
J. S. McNeely, editor.
Fkeak of News. The first an
nouncement in this country of the
death of the Princess Charlotte ol
Englantl. in 1S17. was made in a little
country newspaper in the town of
Northampton, Mass., about one hun
dred miles from the seaboard. This
was before the days f telegraphs,
steamships, or even regular "sailing
packets. Iu this case the new s was ta
ken to Canada on a British vessel ;
aud a passenger, who Jiad a London
paper in his pocket, with the news,
traveled by stage to Boston. Stopping
at Northampton over .night, he acci
dentally spoke of the news which the
country printer was observing enotlgh
to take down and publish the next day.
The Princess died November 15, 1817,
but the fact was not published in this
country for about six weeks.
X&'It is in the Sparrowgrass papers,
vre believe, that the lady, ruralizing at ;
Yonker?. is represented as inquiring of
her hnsVand. "what am I ?" Had she
lived at Po'kecpsie. she vrouM have
mainder rank under -un. wuuuut uic
Such are the Delawareans. theTennes-
seeans, and the
New Mexicans, with-
(out dispute, and a proper regard for
the rules of word making win piate
the Arkansans, the Coloradans. the
Dahcotaus, the Iowans, the Kansaus,
the Minnesotans, the Xebraskans, the
Nevadans and the Texans with them . So
it would be with the people of Arizona,
Montana, but Arizonan and Moutanan
have so uncouth a sound, that we must
even be content with giving them one
more letter than the law allows. Let
them, then, be Arizonian and Monta
niaiis. Of the names legitimately in !,
on.- Illinoian is often incorrectly
spelled. In the derivative, the otiant s
must be discarded such a form as
Hl'mois'ian cannot be countenanced.
Ohian.tothe eye, appears to belong
to this class, but as the is part of the
radical word, the termination is actu
ally ", the final o being elided.
What to do w ith the anomalous fol
lowers of P.righaiii Young, and their
Gentile neighbors, is a question. I'tan
neither looks. ier sounds as well as
" Copiau " would : and. perhaps, we
shall have to take the hint from our
Ilazlehuist friend, and say I'tahan.
Of the remaining Slates and Terri
tories, about half belong to the -rr-ing
sisterhood, and their people are called
Vcrmonters. Phode Islanders. Connee
tieuUcrs. New Yorkers and Maryland
ers If Wisconsin. Idaho and Massa
cliusclls uon i come in mis list, men ;
list, their
, , , n ,,,
people have no name at all : but shall
1 1 1
we say Massachusetts,!-, or Mus-r.rl.n i
setter?
nly Maine, New Hampshire and New ;
Jersey remain and only one of these
names forms anything like a smooth
derivative New Jerseyinan comes as
pat as Virginian. The people of I-'es-sendeii,
Morrill A- Co's State, are some
times called Mainiaes. and but for that
title, they are strictly anonymous;
while New Hampshire, intractable as
her own granite hills, refuses her chil
dren an- appellation, sportive or other-
i
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;
it" Table showing the value
Greenbacks from par to ITS:
'I ! 4 i J I I
s '?!? i
101 i ;) ' 1-27 - l."3 05 i;
102 1 i8 ; V2H 78 J l.'.I G.V
VKi j 7 12'.t 77 : 04 ,
lot ! ;u;i i;;o 77" l'0 ; 01 i
ior. or. i:u 703 i:,7 : c:r
100 )ii l;J2 70 i;.S I 0:f
107 ; u:j r.v.i i: 150 ! o:s
108 ; .c) j 134 74;' 100 ! 62 V
loo n i;:." 74 101 ! ti-
no oi ; i:o; 73i 102 ; 01-
111 , 00 I 137 73" 103 ; 01 i
112 i 81) J ! 138 721 104 ! 01
HI ; ,ss' ! no 71 i loo ! ;o;
11"..: 87 j 141 71" 107 ' .V.n
110 j 80 142 701 leg ! ,V.).V
117 j 85 l ip; 7Q- jfj;) i
118 8lH 114 dOi 17(1 ! 58
110 I 81 145 00" 171 581
120 s:;i no 08 .V 172 j f.si
121 ! 825 117 08" 173 i 57,'
122 ! 82 IPS 67.1 171 j jyi
123 ; l p.t 07 J 175 57 J
124 ! so; i;,o r.o; 170 56
125 j so l.-.l ooj 177 j i5A
120 70', i;,2 05 i 178 50 i
To use this table, understand that
the column - Greenbacks." contains
the value in greenbacks of SI 00 in coin,
and the corresponding ligures denote
the value greenbacks in coin. Thus
when gold is 145 thatisSlOO in gold
are worth H5 in greenbacks the
specie value of greenbacks is 00 cents
on the folhir.
I'or the Clarion ami Standard.
Caukoi i.tox. Miss., May 21. 1800.
I u the last weekly Clarion and Stand
aid you take ground in favor of a Na
tional Convention. This I think is
rirht ; iu fact, my opinion is that noth
ing else can save us from utter and com
plete ruin. P.ut to enable a Conven
tion to do it, the democratic party
North must abandon their organiza
tion. About this I have no doubt.
Now, sir, 1 have been a life long dem
ocrat and regret very much to believe
it necessary. I have always voted for
the National democratic ticket; for
Jackson in "32, for Van Buren in "30
and '40, Polk in '44, Cass in '48,
1 lerce m ..2. Buchanan m 'oO, and
Douglas in 0. But I believe the
time has come when the organization
has to be abandoned to save the
cou!ui . co, ii ii.ai is so, now can
, H- ll '.'.l-., ,
we be most a it to bring about that re
suit'. By sending democrats to the
Convention who are in favor of the
reorganization of a partyi. composed
of all the supporters of the Adminis
tration, whether they may have been
democrats, whigs, or republicans. I
think a democrat would be more apt
to succeed in persuading democrats
to overcome their party pride and
fraternize with their former enemie
I do not wish to be understood as
saying all of the delegates should be
democrats; but the democrats should
be for reorganization. If the friends
of the President attempt to sustain
him by supporting the democratic
nominees, we are gone beyond a con
tingency. For instance, do you be
lieve Mr. Seward could be elected
Governor of New York, if he was
nominated by the democrats ? No.
sir ; the republicans would curse him
for having gone over to the dem
ocrats, and wish that his throat had
been well cut. I have taken this as
the strongest case I could think of;
no doubt such w ill be the case with
all. You can't carry Republicans to a
democratic organization, nor can you
carry the democrats to a republican
organization. Then we must have a
new one ; "and as we are trying to get
into the Union, and the President's
supporters are trying to get us into the
Union, wh- not call it the Union par
ty. But I care not what it is called,
if we can only get up an organization
that will win, that is all I care for.
If you agree with me, there is no
time to lose in trying to bring about
so desirable a consummation.
. I, am yours,
PabUsBrr' cTeiB.
.Tatkox. Miss., June 6, 1S66. j
Pursuantto notice, a meeting of the
members of the Press of Mississippi
was held in the Senate Chamber this
evening, at S o'clock.
On motion of Col. E. M. Yerger,
Col. I. M. Patridge, of Vicksburg,
was called to the chair, and Col. J. L.
Power, of Jackson, appointed tempo
rary Secretary.
On motion ot Col. J. J. suannou,
the delegates present, then enrolled
their names as follows :
Brandon. frpubliean A. J. Frantz.
Meridian'. Tropic Jere Gibson.
YlCKsBlT.O. Herald I. M. Patriae ;
Journal T. B. Maulove, J. W. Kinsley.
Ha'ndsbouo. Democrat P. K. Mayers.
Lexington. Jdcert'uur J. D. Houston.
Canton. Mail Singleton Garrett.
Bp.oOKHaven. Southern Journal S. .
Dale.
Jackson. Clarion and Standard J. J
Shannon. Jones S. Hamilton. P. F. Jones
in, 1 .1 I. Power: Miippian E. M. er-
: hri,ti.,u Uahkmat-A. X. Kiml.aU, H
M Ak
Col. Jones S. Hamilton otl'ered the
following resolution, which was adop
ted :
11, -so col. That this Convention now
proceed to elect by ballot, one Pres
ident, two Vice Presidents, a Secre-
tarv and a Treasurer.
The Convention then proceeded to
the election of permanent officers,
with the following result:
President I. M. Patridge.
1st Vice President A. J. Frantz.
Ld Vice President M. S. Ward.
Secretary. J. L. Power.
Treasurer P. K. Mayers.
Col. Power offered the following
resolution which was adopted:
fiesore-l. That all gentlemen here
tofore identified with the Press of Mis
sissippi cither as editors or publishers,
be invited to attend the meetings of
the Convention, and participate in its
deliberations.
Col. Power offered the following,
which was adopted :
..,...... - - -
be ap pointed to prepare anil siii.mu
1 ' 1 . , -,,.,.
lor the consideration ot the tonven-
U(m a c011t.t(ltjon and P.y Laws for the
government of this organization, and
that they report to-morrow morning.
The President appointed as said
committee, Messrs. T. A. Manlovc,
.1. L. Power, K. M. Yerger. S. Y". Dale
and P. K. Mayers.
On motion of K. M. Yerger. J.J.
Shannon was added to the committee.
Oil motion Of J. S. Hamilton, J. I).
I j
! Houston W.HS added tO the Committee.
j '
i Col. Hamilton Otfei ed the following ,
' i
resolution, wliicli was auopled : j
RcsnircK That this Convention I
. . , . 1
elect, by ballot. One Ot Its members to
deliver an address at its next meet- j
ing.and that another member he elected
i in the same manner to deliver a his-
toiical discourse at such time during
the sitting of the next Convention as
may be determined by the committee
: just appointed by the Convention.
On motion, the Convention adjourn
' ed until to-morrow morning, 1(1
o'clock.
I 1. M. PATRIIX7K. Pies't.
J. L. Powii:, Sec'v.
j We continue to receive the most i
discouraging accounts from the inte- j
! rior regarding the prospects of the
: Lrrciwing crop. It is not o.it of place j
'. to remind manv fimnwin.1 with the
I ..ttoii interest, growers and factors,
! that before the effects of bad seed, the
j late rains and overflows, that they es
i timated the yield of this season at on
ly one fourth to one-third of 1802. At
this time, with the numerous draw
backs, untoward weather, bad stands,
and further confirmation that Sambo
is indifferent about working, careless
about engagements, estimates do not
appear to be changed that is, one
fourth of a crop will be realized,
which means the fourth of the yield of
lStjO. There are some exceptions.
From sections of Mississippi we have
views expressing that the yield may,
according to appearances and pros
pects in that State, be 1,000,000 bales,
while from other sections thev talk of
800,000 bales. However, it 'is useless
for parties, bulls, bears, itags, and all
interested, to be making estimates.
They are not, in our view, worth the
paper on which they may be written.
That the crop or yield w ill be short,
immeasurably short, so much so there
will lie noway to measure or estimate
it, there is not a doubt. N. O. Times.
The Princess Helena's w edding (be
takes place July 5. At the last draw'
ing room of (.Jueen Victoria, she wore
a train of pink silk, trimmed with
bows of pink and white satin ribbon;
petticoat of white glace, trimmed
with puflings of white tulle and link
satin ribbon; head dress, pink roses,
feathers and veil : diamond ornaments,
Victoria and Albert order, and order
of St. Isabel.
We are informed that a man. sus
pected of being a counterfeiter, left the
city on the train yesterday morning,
and that a detective is in pursuit
There has been 'observed a lare
amount of new fractional currency In
circulation within a short time, which
has doubtless been brought here and
disposed of by some scoundrel un
known. These counterfeit bills (most
ly 50cts pieces) can be easily detected,
from the inferiority of the engravinir
the lines being very coarse and bad
ly executed. A gentleman of the c ity
carried some small bills to the amount
of 15 'into a store to dispose of for
notes, aud fotyid that there was only
8:5 25 of it genuine. Columbus In
dex. On the 22d ult., the certificate of
limited partnership of M. Ilalstead -fc
Co., proprietors of the Cincinnati
Commercial, was received for record.
The firm consists of M. Ilalstead, C.
D. Miller and John A. Gario, genecal
partners, and Mrs. Lydia A. Potter
and Mrs. Julia Pomeroy, special part
ners. The partnership to terminate in
lad. 1 he special partners each in
vest in actual cash the sum of $57,726.
6S. Mrs. Pomeroy is the daughter of
the late M. D. Potter, senior proprie
tor of the Commercial.
The British authorities in Calcutta
have just completed a census of tuat
city. The whole population, including
the suburbs, is one million souls. Ex
cluding Hourah, the Surrey side, and
all the great suburbs, like Garcfen
Reach, there are said to be 379,006
inhabitants, of whom 11,007 are Eu
ropeans and Americans,. 10,950 Indo
Europeans, 33 Greeks, 822 Armenians,
40S Chinese, 113,4G5 Mussulmans, and
23S,3S0 Hindoos. Of these there are
100 cluldren to 475P adults, and 100
females to 159 males. All live in
15,970 brick houses and 42,917 huts.
Mns. WiNslow's Qceex Hair Re
storer. This admirable preparation U a
most efficient remedy for all diseases of the
scalp and hair. By its faithful use, gray
hairs, which have long usurped the throne
will disappear, and hair, the natural color,
soft and glossy, will resume its office, and be
a "crown of glory," a Joy forever."
a correspondent ot tne r. J. a lines,
writing from Shreveport, May SO,
says :
I have seen and conversed with,
many intelligent planters from differ
ent sections of the country, and think
that I can give you a very fair state
ment as to the prospect of the grow
ing crop. I find among them a great
variety of opinion as to the prospect ;
one stating as his opinion that there
will be two-thirds of an ordinary crop
raised, others less than half, while
others again believe that we can
scarcely expect more than the fourth
of an ordinary crop before the war.
From the testimony of all, and from
what I have seen, I am inclined to the
opinion that in the absence of serious
disasters hereafter, we may look for a
crop in this section a little short of an
average half crop. The planters, how
ever, have many serious difficulties to
encounter. The whole of the Red
River bottoms or pretty much the
whole, will have to be replanted, and
may measurably fail. The hill lands,
too, will undoubtedly fall very short
on account of bad stands, grass and
inefficient labor on the part of the
freedmen. Such a season as this, too,
is likely to oreed the caterpillar, and
o their insects and worms, that always
prove destructive to cotton when they
appear.
Tribute of Respect.
At a called liieetiny; of fSrookliaven Lodge,
Nil. -J 1 1 of A. F. A. Masons, held in their
Hall on the bith day til' May, ISoO, in the
town of Hrookhaven, Mis., I'or the purpose
of naying the lastMiibute of respect to the
n mains of ltrntlicr Hay wood MelWris, it
was resolved,
Vi!k.i:kas, It has pleased our Heavenly
Fat her to take from our midst our worthy
limther HaywooO Mkdkaius, whose losa
to our fraternity and country cannot be re
placed ; it is therefore
AVWro. That this Lodge has been 'be
reaved of one of its brightest and truest
member and mourns Ids untimely loss; and
that the members of this Lodge wear the
usual budge of mourning for thirty days.
'?( f. That in the loss of our esti
malile Brother, his family has been bereaved
of uiie who was a kind husband and father,
and that they have our heartfelt symiithy
in their distressed situation.
i:,ioliit1. That the Secretary furnish the
widow and family of our deceased Brother
a copy i f these resolutions.
lirmUal, That the Southern Journal and
Clarion and Standard bo requested to puli
lish the foregoing resolutions.
J. A HOSKIXS, Chairman.
I tune by order of the Lodge.
B. S. IIvdnai.i., Secretary.
MAKE YOUR OWN SOAP,
By Savinj ami I'sin; your Wnsfe Grfase,
HI' V OXK IIOX OF T1IK
Peiihxiilcdiiiii Salt J'iiufucturiuf Co's
s a r o x i f 1 1: k,
OH CUNCENTHATEU LYK.
It will make U imuiiila of excellent hanl S,aD. or
-'; K"lli the very bent soft JSoap. for ouly bout
.15 cents, livery housekeeper should luive it , lor
washing rUthes, si nihl.ine Hoors, cleau4B. pants,
Ac. -ery printer hIiouUI have it for Vleausinr
type. Put up iu nbeet iron boxes with acoonipany-
iiifc: ilirectioi h. For sale at all lirug ami GriK-ery
stuns.
J. MEAD & CO.,
l(CiV lilt Chart res Street, New Orleans.
Wholesale Agent for the South.
J'""
j ) ' KltTISEMEXTS.
j . - .
IIUMIY !)I. SWAS,
C O L L i: C T I X (i A G K X T ,
TWA. atieinl to the settlement ami co
collet
tioti n!' claims of merchants or others, fii
Jackson, or the adjacent country. Those who
mar ile-ire sis service", may find him in the
iaw ottii e of Jiiilu'e (i. T. Swaini, at Jackson.
f. K F K li K N C E S :
Hon-. . Verier, A. II. Johnston t Son,
r.
: J. U haitou. c...rs. J. A T. Creen. John W
Koliinson. .. Vilileii, W. . Allen aiul Kilwai il
! Kit hanl-oii joTilff.
X 0 T I V E ! !
Mayor's Okfick, I
City Ball, June 4, l-tiu. S
flVil K I'.oard of Mayor und Aldermen of
I lack vim, i--"nW.iiir wreat necessity
rorfciviiiir u new hridire placed across I'earl
riveihj next fall, and the importance of the
matter ilia liu-iuess point of view, to the mer
chants and citietis of Jackson, have consented
to offer the following liberal inducements to
contractors and capitalists to undertake the
jo!.:
Tin I'.oacd of Mayor and Aldermen of the
city- f Jack-on. propose to lease forthe term of
l.'yars the iTu-simr of the l'etrl river bridge,
and the turnpike road connected therewith,
wiui all the tollsand revenues derivable there,
li '..in .under a taritl of tolls to I.e. adjusted by
the lii.ird of .Mayor and Aldermen, according
',i. the fluctuation ill value of the paper cur
rency of the country, oin e in each year the
in i Hi ia i in rates of which taritt', shall remain
during' tlie w hole term of the lea-e, us follows:
cents.
Ko reach person on foot, : : : IU
Koreach man or w oman and hor.-e. : : "JO
I at:le, hor-es and mules in a drove, ( head j in
shu p, '.'oats and I.ol's, : : : : &
Karh four-wheeled pie isutv carriage and one
horse, ::::::: 4U
Kai h foiu -w lul led pleasure carriage and two
hor-es. : : : : : : 50
Kach four-wheeled pleasure carriage and
f ur horses, :::::: 7.r
Each waon with one yoke of oxbii or two
horses, ::::::: &0
Kach wau'ou with two yoke of oxen or three
horses :::::: 75
Wairons and teams of more than two yoke of
oxen or three horses, : : : : T".
All other vehicles not enumerate in this
scale, : : : : : : il l
one-hor-e mai k. t-w atrons and carts : : an
Tood-wap.n.. cmrajft-d exclusively in the
hauling of wood. - half-toll.
The party or parties to whom such lease shall
I"-granted, w ill be reiniired to construct a;iiod
and substantial Lattice I5rid-.ro across Pearl
river at the .site of the old b rid ire. and of the
same style and dimensions of the old bridge
that was burnt duriiif: the war, and to build
t!ietre-tle work lrom the bridge out to the
turnpike road - and to keep the bridire. tres
tle, und turnpike road in srood order throui:h
out their extent, to the hi(.'h lands immediately
this side of the Kcarn plaee, durinsr the said
t. nil of 15 years, and to assume all the respon
sibilities that now rest upon the city in regard
to the keeping iu order the said road, bridges,
and trestle.
It will be found that it offer a very safe and
eleiriljt? investment, inasmuch as the annual
i revenus from the bridge will, in all proba
bility, increase in amount year after year as
the business of tin" country resumes its nor
mal condition.
I. X. UAKIJOWS. Mayor.
Jackson. Miss., June 4. lstjtj. jeTdtf.
CIK rr il SAW JUL!,,
IN CARROLL COUNTY,
I.TVE miles from Csrrollton, on the Vablen
road nine miles lrom Winona.
We are prepared to furnish good merchanta
ble lumber at no per l.o"o feet, payable in
frrceiibaeks, or our own paper.
The ;rrit mill will be in operation every
saturiiav. ,
jeodtf.'
JoXKs .fc MARSHALL.
Alt.llV RECOKO..
undersisrucl will send by mail or ex
A press, the necessary blank rolls for the
compilation of the History of Mississippi com
mands in the late war. lj-t all who feel inter
ested in the completion ot thisareat w ork, end
to me for blank and instructions.
J. L. POWER.
jeCdtf. " Jackson, Miss.
Tan lard and Farm Tor 8a If,
IX CARROLL COUNTY.
'PIIE undersigned offers for sale his excellent
X ly arranged Tan Yard, near Carrollton. in
cluding two and one-half acres, pood shelters,
tools, and a!out 1.1m) pieces of leather in tan :
3ml acres of tirst rate up-land, three miles
south east from Carrollton. on the Vaiden
road On acres in cultivation, irood sprine
and well, and well timbered, lie will sell,
crop, stock and implements. Possession given
lliliieiliatelv. Titles perfect,
je.iil.wam. JAs. B. ROZELL.
For Sale,
1,-V.RTY aiVesof land in West Enterprise. It
is within the corporation, and part of it has
Iwen in cultivation. Applv to
THOsJ. WOOLVP.ETOX,
Enterprise, or
J. J. SHANNON",
jelwlm. Jackson.
S. TRtSffEll, L. L. L. ALUiS, J. V A1 NORSTHASD
.Vrw York. St. LouiM, St. Louin,
STKIXGER, ALLEX fc CO.,
Manuarturrrt and YkoltaoU Dtalert in
CLOTHING.
100 fc 1C2 North Main Street,
nmrl0d3m ST. ZO CIS.
A. J. XOBLE,
, Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
Wall Paper,
TBJ.XSPABSXT WIXDOW SHADES,
FIXTURES, Ac. Ac.
Xo. 64 Kortli Fifth Street,
Under Mercantile Library Hall. ST. LOUIS
Southern Orders promptly attended to
Mrchdly.
MEMPHIS
AGRICULTURAL
WAREHOUSE.
MILLER & SHAW,
inioiMiiirroiJH.
1
V. W. S1IWV,
MEMPHIS TENN !
JAS. A. VlLLef R.
LOUISVILLE, KY
EVERY KIND OF
FAKMI A XI) ILATL(i
1MPLEMEST8
ALWAYS O N II A N D
WE BUY FOR
AND SELL FOR
ALL SOODS
AS DESCRIIiED
We promise attention to all inqui
ries and onlers. and ask, as a favor.
that
Dealers and Planters
Will send for our CIRCULAR ( de
scribing goods, ) and our PRICE
LIST.
We claim to sell Goods at the
Makers' LIST PRICE.
TRY US.
MILLER & SHAW.
dVwly.
Mar26,
C. DOHERTY,
JliSrFACTlBEB AMD IJIPORTEK
O F
Bonnott-. Hats. Mantillas. Ribb?n. Frnthers.
Flowers. Pnraols. Ladies- Inside Gar.
ments. Hosiery, 4e.,
-v 338 Main Street,
South East Corner of Union and Main St-.,
jeMiim. MEMriUS, TEN'S.
TV . R . H U T C II E S O X .
(Late of Shepherd ic Moore, of Vempliis, Tenii )
EVANS, IJARDXER & TO,
(Formerly of Xassville. Teun .)
IMPORTERS AND BF.AIF-1IS IN
Dm Goods, Gloves, Hosiery, dc. dr.,
3 S O Broadway, SEW VOHK.
Juno 5, 1;. a;!"'-
i u . t iTt i: y .
Dl! . J . 15 . W A S S O X . PFXTIsr.
Memphis Room at the well known cur
lier of Main und Monroe streets. No. :U-.
Further relereuce is unnei e-.:ii y . :is our
reputation for unsurpassed skill and sirecess.
fill operation-, are too well and lavorably
known bv the many thousands tor whom we
have operated durin? the pa.-t twehe rears.
; it. lh.ift mistake the name. assuii.
and plaee, Xo. 31:!, eortu-r Main and Monroe,
M. niiiliis Tenii. Also proprietor of the -Mem
phis l.ental Ilepot.
Rvdtf.
. II. JII.. &. '.,
A i y. S T S l o K
lirkNburs and New Orleans Packets,
COMMISSION and Forwanlimr Merchants.
and General steamboat A-eiits, ri-peet-fully
si, licit eonsigrments for .-ale or re-hip-
lllellt.
tulice on f'ACKF.T W1IAK1 4 I .
JC.
III'. IcK-IUU'st. Jllss.
mt. o. j. oitit.
s i; it o i.; o x i k n t i s t .
Orer I'.Ut, km !1 , lUu bcr ,f i-'r '..) ,
Front Street,
ME1.II.IAX. MISSISSIPPI.
OF E It S his services to tlie itieos ot
M.ridiau and surrounding counties. Will
! attend to calls on the dill, rent .railroads,
j His work is-uarantecil. Arlilicial teeth in-'
! serie.il on Cold or Vulcanite.
! 1' RICKS IIKIH'i J
' Entire full set. -( carats on p.I.I. . 150
; Full upper set. . "'
Full set on Vulcanite. llK'
Vulcanite half set.
Vulcanite, partial si t, per tooth. '
The public are invited to call and examine
specimens. jedtt.
' S T It A i: I .
"MtoM mv iirumtiU". iu thUritv on Munl;iy :.
-th in .-it . : r.iUir small k Imowii iii.ih
M V L K , with old h.nf part ly unhi-d. and oi audd
with ttn letter "J" un out ol thf shiii!-Ifiw Anv
out lindinir .said mule tor no-,
.ill Im liberally ix
warded.
.mux nr.vn.i:.
l apl. '
v 4.111 si
i l. K N 1 ior Way linironinoni..i
K N 1' for
Peru, lias leti .)m kson. dii.i win
eft Jackson. I)li
some Ls-ks. All 'nrniiium..(tioiis aanns.oi
i Ii.. No. 111. Ja. kson l'osl Otli.
w ill leceiv .' i.rniM.t
atteution.
iel.lt..
Di n va: .iauui:s,
MAM FA I L UI'.PS OF
Fi ll AXI UOOI, HATS,
li Y T II !: C A S K .
A lo Jobber, ami Wliolesule Dealrm In
1 1 A 'V , (' 1
AM.
N t 1 IX V (i 1
o 64 and fitf I.lsprlliil li Sli tf I,
i First Door l'nmi Iboatlw ay. 1
new mi;k.
rj? FAC'l'OKV Newark, X. J.
.Jkh VII. IiKAU. late I Jeoi'oe W A .Icliial Kea
May 2-li;iu.
Mi
Ml'liliAW,
ib.ite
Mi'lliinin-I Si Mriirio, ,''
!,ul,.-ulr 1KmU-i- oi
i'ii ami Wi'lo-- V'arr, Cm ,1a-- ot ti'i
w
!!,..! i. id-. CI. .the.. Ines. Lines. Tn it W.ik-
! in,:, lliui kin M:ili'h. . .Selves. Mais I'.ni-li. " lli.n in-
mill l.eto-r l';it"-r. i'.n .-l,.p's, ititk ami I an
! Huk..t, Mniisi' 'I'raiis. I'i-li Ib.i.ks ami l.i... s.
All kinds of Fish Nets and Seii-.s, ( oik ami
Cellar Floats. Sinkeis etc
ST. Oravier St .. let '.v. iii.ifT.rln. ii. S- I .v.-.-
n,l,V!.,il:iin M.it Olil A .(.Vs
i ) 1. Hi . I 1 :s v 1: 1 ., .IK. I li I i.ssii i:. im vi ( .Ml I
II. li ltd I' US A li 1 ' .V I'D.
t'Ol'TIISi FAtTlllls
AM.
(jENEliAL COMMISSI! )X ME lit 'HANTS,
I. f Front Lev i c I".
lUtuwn )'ii,tui,i II,, I,.- ,i !:,; , ,U- ,sf
-'.'.11 iu Or!eitisj
NEW'PROVISION STORE.
, XI ,lm.r tVW ItrrtuWrr,!' a ( SUM sl.llL .s I
We liave just lereiveil a I li.tii e lot oi K.itieK
; Oriwen.-.s. ennsistllii: ol i'.llnll H.oiis. i-:o .i 1 lino
t.'otleH. Sugar, Tea. Canities. H.iv, ii.its &, . A.
j We vv.iulii l.e pji-aseil toliae mil i.I't tin niis ;oni
' former ctlsti.lliel s. ami till- public 'i-iiel ai. . to i '. t
US a e.'lll in-lole J.UI I'll.islll elsew hrre
It. II li.V I I K A I 'D
Ja. li-nm May il-illiu
I lH'TLEK'S"l'ATl:.N'l COl ION TIE .
l'nteiiteil Nnveinliei I."), l.si;,",.
K.lt hAI.K I'.V-
K. liLKAKLKY A
(JO.,
( 'omer Povdras Jt Tchouj.itoulas t-..
lan.'-ly N . irleaiis.
123 North Tourth St.,
i
ST. LOUIS, MO i
Au Immense, stork ot f.'.t U1ETS ami Oil II 1 IIS ',
AT !
NEW VO..K PLfi I S
A very large sto k ol
STRAW MATTING,
At tlll'LoVVest, Fiolllcs.
Snd uh a di.iciaiii f your flixr. and v d! -it-nd
tLr ytod-s ou want, ut tlie S-iujo m : f. us it' u
liuicLaseil in person.
t'A UTICCLA K A TTKSTIOX I'.t lb To A I.I.
ORIiEI.S FKOM THE SOUTH.
Write to
A. Me Do W K L L ,t Co,
1-2:1 orlli Tourtli Stil,
Manhrdliu
W E Ll.-S
ST. LOUIS. MO
tfc M A X N I X C.
Nll' t'S-rrt to
CHARLES O. WELLS,
Whol-suU and Rntail DtaiT in
CHLN'A. GLASS ANO OUEENSWAKE
Silver Plated ami Britannia Warr,
7evi Tray, Iathrr Dittrrx, I'aw I.hihjih,
I'lX.t'.B. TEA, A.D TOILET SETS.
CHANOELIEP.S, TAliLE CUTLERY,
HOTEL ANT) STEAMBOAT WARE,
('sunlnallr on II no it,
N W. Cor Fourth & St. Charles Sts .
ml.'.T.l:im .sr. I.yl IS
W AY' S
Improved Cotton Irr.
VMOI.EL of this Press ran be seen at the office
ol the Ail.it. Gencia! f the Strife. It claims to be
the cheapest, the most portable, theeasiest kept in or
dor. the most simple and the mint useful press ever
nYred to the public. 1 will sell it on such rcasonnl.le
terms, that it you want a presn, yon cannot tail to
u,rs. in tins one.
For full narticularSL ,:u.U unit, i.o r,r,,l..;s,..a
the office of the Adjutant General of the .State, room
, vapitoi i.uiiiiiu.
C. C. CAMPIiELL.
Apt-iit for MiHniHHipil
E A K X E S T T U 1 P I N,
Manufacturer of all kin.U of
VAHCV 4.MJIKW, NVKI HM.
DROPS, JUJUUE PASTE AND
SUOAU ALMONDS,
11 y Steam.
No. 9:i, Old Levee street.
Between St. Louia and onti
mar21.!l.i.nl SEW (RLE A XS,
IIWE k DODLEY,
S MAfHIXJSiS,
cixcixxati.
stationaryVportable
Steam Engines
CIRtlLVR SAW MILLS,
WITH SIMVLTANKOl'S AND INDEPENDENT
Wrought Iron Head Blocks,
ECLIPSE SHINGLE MACHINES,
Wood Working Machinery,
COR It MILLS, MILL GEARING i SHAFTING,
Wrought Iron Pipe k Jottings. Steam Cocks, le.
QIFFABD INJECTOB,
OIL WELL MACHINERY.
Steam Fire Engines,
Applicant for Dwcrlptrn Circulars, will tpacity tk
HUcMmary they Dead.
MOBILE.
U South Commerce. Mobile.
I
AGENTS FOP., ASb
have alwavs on Lamf
a large STOCK of t!1(r
following
A Rrge assortnient
of -The ToniUso;,
Oeinarest i Co s''
CARniAGEs
BICGGIE
-A.VD-
A K . K S 8,
of most superior wui
tnauship
COLT'S, SMITH
WES.SO.V.sj
PISTOLS,
SHOT GUNS
All kinds 0'
AMJrtXlTlo,
Locomotive ,,,
Machinery
O IL S,
Winters' Sa
WHEEL WKii.Hi
MATEKlAI.s
file Pioot' I'AIM
Aiiiiin;i JAM ; i
Califoti,,.! W'LNJ'S
UKAM.jfs
IHKV.
IN. Ac
" liter l'r,, ,i
Utioiis,
ri?"Ail of H Lich ,
S.-1I LOWEKthaliHUV
llOFSK Sll ( ,,J
NEW iiiklv
IV'Wlll O I ,1 ;
(il.i'I.S, payable ,.ti
arrival in M. .'..!,.
A 1
v loitK
ll . 1 s. , i e
pkii i s
April l'-'.lit'
P
4
C
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a
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1
X. M HroaihKiy, vm Voik.
A. M M.), .1 . W. or I lli.s ,.
MMiiX ,v il?IiNi
W.lTl'llilAKKIIK ANU JEK1.I Kits.
MM M:uii lii n S t rent.
Mobile. Ala.
A la. m U;.i v ifl'liHk, oil htlol. wliiili v w ,
s-..-il to ill ret, ills at yi i.r, that l'y con j.et itn-L
Call Jain! -e tf.cL!.
l i 'S I- 1 II
W. HI. 1.1'.
V li,.!.-, alt. U.-nl.-r in
B U O T S, S II O K S A - l II A 1 N,
No -.'7 St Francis St reel.
, MOl'ff r.. ALA.
Mv Sjntrtin h. ijiw.k Sslf. ana S.skII Pn tit- LaH
CASH. A ).i il I .!!
l'l.K t: & m.. "
No. ST. FRANCIS ST KELT.
j Jfltthiit, i.
i COTTON ' -A- CTOKbj
i AND
COMMISSION MEKC1I ANTts.
I1HKKAL KiivHtir8 Diaii wu c.'tten wbi.L lLt-!;
J ITHTrnu- uny iieai ntjiptt-t to New W-rk '
! Livei ol,
.S.''il utt'SnU'-iL ijrcc'n all Cotton co)i..'i ,"uj tKc-i
ijuirk Sales a nil P roniijt Kflnniv.
V'.i.lel,'. A liaust iVI.I. IjJM.'i-dly.
! ' c aTi; h p h ice,
; Nos. -Jii, J an -J4. South Water ."stie.-t.
von ill: a i. i
HAia.WAUK. ( I 'l LKin , N AlI.s,. .v c ,
1 t'tipjur. !l r-. I'm-I'lutf. ami Shut mo,
I u: kiuir, Hall and Tarlor Stuvrs.
1 1 o ii - e-Fu r ui s h i i is,
SAMI, HEINT.S, AXIl In IKS,
A I, nine A.sorl mriit of Tln-Warr,
. i W'holsi.il.- anil Ht.-iil. .I'a.
I. T. TVKEK,
M..ln!... Al.ili.oi.a.
r. t.
. r. in h i.v.
i.uter.! 1st. Mis.
,t Co.,
TYKFE
o r t : v a i' o it a
ENT'.UAL COMMISSION MlilJCllA.M
Ollice No. Ill, St. Michael Sheet.
MOUII.E. ALA.
Will uiv w J.iuiiipt attention to al! I.iisin, s- i
eii Id dui' eaie, ami w Ul aitvam e on I otlon In
Inelil tn New Vi.lk, Livel-Tioi.! or liani e
Mai. li-4.lt t
0
STATIONERY.
I.' North Water Street ! )
ISKAIiL 'ITV, J AUKS K. ililOM.
'ale nl llrillin. Oa .te i I CoffeevJle, A.
I'l.'TXA.M & MALONK,
i K l,i,l, till, and i;, l,ttt l, ulrm ,,i
HOOKS A.M) MATIOVKIHI!
I
I'll I o T O ( K A P II S, A L 1! I' M -
in
j ur t' lrm-r pl&fe of bii'iiM4. No S'J Dant- &
j Ktrt-fl, bir.( 'Dil-r-d unt-iiv'li- ..y lh tirm ou it
isn 1 imt, Wf UIVK rf 111 ia It in IftrftH mid ':!U
WB .ill be !e.H , nT rrieH ,hJ M. ' ,
1 t oui-h hadiy hurt, w - "not dil yet
will rudouol- our ttforu to Uniltl up a
F IRS T C LASS 15 O O K
s T o f: 1.
In the OuirClly!
While will mikeSClIOOL BOOK S our !,.
ty, ill a keep ou baud Hiandanl ami v-.f-.
u " Hook liibl. s, l'raver and ilyuin Book, oi.-
and 1'i.nej MutiDuery. Klauk Kioka, pui jr.,:.
A-I.un.g ai 1 Pictures, 4c.
'I'd luerttiHTits in thu interior who are tuyii.K ' '
ifaiu we will offer the test indureuimit
specisi rates m Tac her- anl Clergymen
LwBd Medltal Uuaki iuii.j t -r
at nhorl notice.
OnUr.1 ttoliritrd and promptly Jill,, I.
TERMS CASH '
Pt rSAM A. MAI.ONL
l'i Noilh Water street
April i ! IA wly Mol.'.le A s
W. II I'..:TH1. who was stationed at P. ::'1'
Ala. iliiriiii; the war, is with us and w.l.;!
pieasesi loss- his fiwiuls.
II. Ol'TS. .
II.
T. K SCMK.U.I
(ii-:rrs ,t co
WHOLESALE--CAXU
V MA Xi'F. K'Tl 'li EL.
No. l'i Iau.liin -t.. siH ,f li.ilder; !.!; :.y '
MoIilI.E. ALA.
KEEP coiistiintly on baml a U.i.'e :.-- "'
incut ot Caiul y, (iroceries anil Li .c r
S3T Orijers from City or Country ! r- It-'
lor any article of Meiclianilise will re
prompt attention. nicliA-! ' ,;'
r wot.ru,
Mobi e, Aa.
W. 9. THICK, sr. J I v
fcnterpme, Mus t Muud. J
WOLFFE, PRICE & O.,
(Formerly F. Woltlc.;
COTTON FACTOHs,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
And Dealer in Xaral Storeg.
N o. 2 2 Commerce S t r e e t
(Corner Commerce Ic St Franc Su
April 1 3.11 y MMle. A'
W'M. T. AYEIiSj
( Late Klu Aycrs &. Co. )
IMPORTER AN1 WHOLESALE DEALKR
SADDLERY, HARD WARE, li-
XESS, SADDLES,
Shoemakers', Tanners &, Carriage Mat'1'
Tools, and Materials of all kind".
TRUNKS, VALISES, AND TRAVELING B 'u"
of best quality always on hand.
Siyn of the Black Horse Head,
14 St. Francis street. Mobile, Al
mch'28-daw3ra
TUOS. r. MILLER, a. D. WILLIAMS, W. A.
THOS. P. MILLER A CO.
U A N K E K S
2$ St. Francis Street,
MOBILE, ALA
diilcrs in
KUUEIGS . DO-tlKSTIC EICHi
GOLD AXDiSILf'ES COIN, BAXK XOTES,
BONDS AND STOCKS.
Prompt attention gftrsn to OoUaetloa. apUld'1'

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