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WllfCIUDMfS SATl lIUAY, - APltlL 10, is;j An Art to rcjuire Aaoii of tbe several counties' cf tlii fctate I o nmke an enumeration of tlie edueahle children in each ami cverycouuty of thu State. Section 1. lie it enacted bv the Legislature of tho State of Mi sissippi, That each ami every a tuor iu tlii State, when they make the assessment for the year 1875, shall Mule au enumeration of all the cdueable chihlreu In carh aud every county in thi State, ana snail make out a comidete lUt. - Riving the names, aj.'e, ami color ot cacti cuild, alphabetically, and make out two copies of the same, ami file one iu the olllce of the Chancery C0Urt of the county and ono iu the office of the superiu ilent of public cducatiou ; aud for itch service the assessor shtill be entitled to receive the sum of two reuti for each child enumerated, payable out of tho rouuty treas ury. Sec. 2." Pe it further enacted, That this act ha!l go Into force and be iu cfl'oct from aud after it passage. Approved March 5, l!s5. Au Act entitled au Act to amend sections 16(U and 16S3 of the Revised Code of 1871, In relation to tho returns of the ascsiutut rolls. Sertlou 1. CJt enacted by the Le-;Ii,laturo of the State of Mi, sis-dppl, That the tax assessors of the several counties for thi State and ole uing through a h.y-s!ach, when vou fit to fraction aud rout I'm awful 1 weiL a tou and a half and tet III prowiu'! i:i:b inetj's my favorite study, aud I'll jrive voir lirty dollars to tin J a man Is Eitrzoriinary Pari. A Kintal Ei.-ijW rta Etili. are satisfied that due diligence ha beeu u?ed on the part of said col lector, shall theu allow him the amount of said insolvent or deliu ijuetit taxes as remaiu uncollected, and the clerk of the board of su pervisors shall make out and cer tify to the li.-t of Mich allowauces ditor of public accounts ; and the him, aud the uiemU r I auditor and count v treasurer shall say there was no vacat pi ve credit to the collector for such ent, but he wouid take Lis name ; tiou young WJiig, and Samuel allowances and said collector land consider his case as soon ai j Butterworth, an equally promiu tliall be fiuallv discharged fiom -one occurred. I rut IViuorrat. aud 1. $. Attorney any further ripjyiibility couuec- j " I'd like to commence right off," ted therewith; provided, however, (replied the man, "but I'm. willing that if at anytime tht collector j to wait. Here's my came, and the cau fiud any property, real or per-1 minlt I get your letter I'll come a sonal, belonging to such Insolvent j flying. If you pet me you doul or delinquent tax payers, be shall 'get much style, but yon get solid ffi.tr'ti.l mi.l ft. 1 1 tit alli. f.ir tlia atl.l .jtt.iniM a.J .r.. m n n. .... ....... ... - - .... . -. . - v v.utMvr vu-- Ml.'. vuu.w. amount of taxes due thereon, aud education. You wou't ee schol said collector shall report aud pav lars flavin; hidc-and-cooo around overall collections ou account of 'the wood boi or marbles oo the insolvencies as other taxes collect- floor no vou won't ! " ed by him. Aud lie went down stair. Sec. 8. Be it further enacted, ! Li.1 . That all acts aud iarts of acts Helical Rogers laude Tf15. The most wonderful scries cf fe.i-u.i am! at'tidtuts that ever who'll saw wins iu two ami plane! occurred m due! characterized "em doH (i as ijnick as I can." a aihiir which took place iu Mis His steeeh took the wind out of' .-K-imil iu 1n7. between two lead !t.l ., in.ii...r i-t t .....I ... . :.. .i:.i. T... ......... :.... a sa? there w as no vacancy at rre- ! rsl t.'rar.l. a i.roinin. ut and ambi- ent IViuorrat, for Atl.-Mssippi. He Is the gentle man who afterwards had charge of the Assay Iepartiuent of the Uuited States iu New York. The cause w as a political one, and as the parties audtheir friends knew that it would attract much atteution, they determined to ac couipauv it with an unusual dis play of gallautry and de-pcratiou. The terms cf the meeting, as ar ranged between the seconds, Gen eral Peter 11. Starke aud Captaiu Leech, were that the parties should THE DEALERS IX ITovidiui! for the ariH!iitmeiit of Uelimjueut poll tax collectors by the loarvU of sii erviMr of the several counties of this State, be and the same are hereby repealed, t tgcther with all acts in relation thereto. ! See. 4. Be it further cuactcd. That all acts or parts of act in C-jTtrttr C It Cjj ftr Ttiatl Trt.ft. Hardware, Tinware and S!; ' All kinl ol rechanic's t , ') Havo opened in the Old Stand of A, Loek. Bntts, Strap aud T Hinges, Nails, Horse j Nail, Rope of all sizes. Guiu, Ilemtk. and Voun. e UH18. lieu nooKi, oeu ruu-!ies, liiveu ami Unrs TiH Lamp Wicka, Chimney and Burners, China .j Ware. Stone Ware. Wood aud Willow u-.l . V ervthin" kept iu a flrst-class House Furnishinlsr8 , ' Oakum by tho bale for cork in? boats and 'K We have aTiu Shop connected w ith oar business all kinds of repairing il0il6 A good stock of Plated Spoons aud forks, and Ivorv nv r.o.ima. Haskcts. Churnes. f 'h:iintup Sl-.tto t ',,1 1...-. UB. V. vka vuk). PUMPS, be placed thirty yards apart, w ith j four pistols loaded, and that they"j should advance upon one another iu a hue marked off bv stakes ArsTix, Teifts. March SO. To Hi Kxefllenrr P. !i frul PrcsKleut of tbe Tnited States : j driven into the ground two feet organljeJ bsmls of robbers from J minutes to fire their four pistol, the RcMiblie of Aleii.-o. bav n(, v.- )... , . . ' rtrrj auu ucii tsev appearetl on the ground coudct wh this act be and tle '.-.ntT to aa tcnt which threat- 5n Alabama, just over the Missis santeare henbv reiealcd. and tit .i ? I . ... .: .... .r . i i. , . -rv.. vi .r wh nrp, iaf, 1 here was a Urge ga- tt , r! SKi C1 ,r!r- TL l5srm of rcoi le to witness this from auu after us . v.. .1 . - 1 . . from and after it M-sJte Approved I cbruajy .V l7i. 1 khog:aatcr lrtui Uf. ' is tie foactrr hctarxra tt. n ;iJ li Ri Grande, eon seueut tlee raids, in which our upon iwi )e are WiUs. in ril.!e)v uiuriiered Tnm U tMn . Trw fmi 1 our or eve tla iv desperate affair Ittweeu two di tinguished politleiaas. The secouds took their princi- i pa! aide and thoroughlv drilil S i A11d Pump Fixtures, Grindstone and Fixtures. 1 fall Um of Boose keeping Articles 3TWe invite the ladies to eall and examine our complete stock as we keop many articles for HOUSE KEEPING USE. . Ml Terms Posi'd Old Iron. Ca&tivn t' Lead, Brass Bou;ht. Job-Work done to order? "j 1 v- a r.na tti tifir rrerrtT forcibly taken; them iu their particular tactics, by thrM! fv-rtsfiw desneradoe. is-1..1, n..ttA..AMi.. ...t -.1 . r i. - - j-.vm, tiui v'l I H W UVUU, III' ?Mtnt f.iri. -i.. d. 1..:. - ' W i-K-TTir4i? SKil t!i!t.44 t.fTi. 4- ! , I- r . .? - . , , j ,r, uvi.if , ' -"-"-'j ;c-u jTi.ic.pai ic imuiuaiu ins ...nu on or ueiore the first day of i at if be had !! draws ever rnoes 01 f.roteetioa are given, ! position and receive the shot of Muauy lucreai-jusif uoor sor aa seer cr tvo,!"" "'" s' ri i-rrak-np j , aavcrsary vithout iueurrin? ter, return the ascsmcnt lHKk.ea'.k4 imi ce of lie Kieicrr V settlcmci.u. On the Vfith ! ih hr.t f .I5i..ri,t.. th .1 litrd of rdocatioa. aad ftl.ijBc -Kth a large) arty of th-e curacy of his aim bv advancing. the to tho elelks of th t MI4r.L ... tf tV - . .. . j.. .7.j r i . - 1 1 mil vi ui aim iv mil' Tcrvisors of the several couniicMctrvdsicri Vxsh'J as Wiilitm .r1' " pctersted into the into-j Two pi-tols were placed ii vci iiled bv aflidav T' lV i Kt'.J rty :vcl aB I he ccitrtt j Corpus Chrisii, robbiup , jn their belt. Butterworth iu- TT i2 i.Be 11 furlter wjsL kw f rrapj.-y ,T , 5, : ; mJ ram he, nsnrdering and . gted on the two In the belt hav l hat the board c-f ajrt f;' IV, a l.x4iuf Jw a t-.tnatir-n i ; l':of tlihea, atid rapturing j iv.g the hair trijrer sprunj. His each county ioil &cMt.r ' -'l-w4 tenJwr." JestrojiB IVued State n.a..nmuti.nt nnM..ii. ai me coaritosKf. ii All ;nt.l. I i renl to vcur TtmII. n.! i . . t. ., ,i -uouaay of y, 4K"X1 fctio- w-M,.rhif wl.y U,e man tiw'i j'T proteetioB for the people of) ,t Li friend' ol-iections tLiukir"' .a 1, n . I. 7 E 1. 1:1 iitr a . ru.n t.iii. the asse-Matat Wfl., t U u V 1 1 ef.r.id haveWiijrht a idle f lections i. v.v'k. . ' . . . . - - jectJOtlS, to V tuw raitnmi.i.iti. 151. .... .: i Kieut, and to exaailse ! rtIve .he o,an. HTwurinj? w i;h Lis hands llit Unit. 11 t.ilr I wri ' J ', . - Ur. ... I . : l ln .cca.BM.J don't a-mcunt , " ss-ia ciaru fcLiJ li n'. ii.Bi rouBiy apuns-i uiese inva sions of outlaws. Since they have been of wetk!y occurrence for iveral months past, aud are in creasinr in force and boldness, the ciiircns of that rountrv Lave been , r p that he doubted his coolness and ucrve. The liitgcr were set, the par ties took their position, the w ord was given, and Grant aJvanccd slowly, took deliberate aim and ., . rm.i wi.rjiM'i i sisceu ine ucml-et. 11 mi " ' ,M w em-i.t , I want 1 get la hcrf In !, roll, as examined and ron-rrtiil tr.u ' , ..1.,. 1 .1. . one or w hich he hr.:i transmit to : wain s do vou pav y the Auditor of Pi.Uk Acrt.unis. j " I'm afn.id-"' knn the ni m. u or before the Ct Monday of! her, hen the chot,itaaer inter. Aujrust fuliowing; the ojht-r hr'rupted: -I - l t i. 1 utui urnvrr to the tax rollector, on or Kforc the rst dsy of Au gust, and the original he shall 10 tain a a public record in 1.', cf- tce; and should tijiy clerk foil, or mere to the towui or t roiection. es no security exists outside of these towug for life or rroivrtv. janrt the to 1c in the towns even (hold themselves in ronstaut rcadi i ucs for defence. I trust that your I Eseelleury w ill deem it proper to -('hi well. I spose you pav',r!V' w:Ma,!r to the people on goii.g vnge. and that ail 1 is'u ,b rjo G border, ia view of -K lor. I elon't w ant to put oa 'u' uw j,ive you U;at nyle sud live Llsrb. as I'm t.uu - i"9 tIlrtK1 aece s..iiy exi,t fvr ii. . 1 .,. . . " r 1 m ir oiu, ana w !! to save miih same are hereby repealed, aud that this act shall Uke effect and I iu force from and after its passage. . Approved March 6, 175. An Act to amend article lit thup. 2 of revised Code of 1S71. See. 1. Be It enacted by the Legislature- of the State of Mis-sis. ippi, That the tax collector shall present to the hoard of supervi sor at their meeting on the first Monday of March, of each vear, a report of all delinquent and iu solvent tax fryer?, iustead of the first Monday in January, as pro vided for by section ITiX) of the lievisod Code of 1871, aud the hoard of supervisors shall meet to receive and examine said report on the first Monday of Match, as herein required, and a list of such allowances as may he authorized oy tho board shall bo allowed t the tax eeillcctor by the, auditor of puuiie accounts and the county treasurer, in his final settlement with them, aud immediately after the auditor ami county treasurer shall have allowed such credit to the collector, they shall re-rhnrge him with the amount of such in eolveutand eleliuquent lists; said collector shall retain a list of s 'h insolvencies, and proceed to col lect tho sniun ,...,,!.!.. 1 1... 1 11 1. 1 1. j,,ullulll Uy cc- "ftu-uuoiv, Pain linst u lir.) ,.,. Uou 1723 of the Itevlsed f'n.lo nr tho .0-, - -----i -" wuimicuons; And. Eec. 2. Be it ft,r,i. " .1 . V. Z ':"' ,,,al' Thatsaid co lector al.nl! ....t..... .t . .. "i-'lt ou wevooer ri,o member was gcttimr elen. followimr. when ho shn . aspe- ttl.. i 1 r . 1 , ami as soon as lie cenild c.-t V the hoard of raperviwri a nal i Woi he mU . 8lt nt of such insolvencies ns still "iwiiii.t. ,.... remain unpaldf Vcrifled by y, Jx J -d wTu. Mmt- rc1"lrc'1 b "Ad 1 know- ,iM,u.,u ci 1871; and saldrd, npou au WaSHIXOTOV. Virli S1 To the Governor of Texas : Ve-rr rcsnectfullr. reiOM' Horn j:t esase to eomi li 'iutnitr."' Kjchakd Coke. uh the jirorisicw of this act, he -'As I wr$ .?.? to rcuiaik-" ' Governor of Texas, shall tot fallowed atiyeomKa-iskid the member, whrn the seW TLe &wtarf f War eut the auoajor uis labor ia transeriKug I musier snddeiilv ianuireJ i lowing answer : u.e a,a MU; and tt is hereby -Io they allow licking in ,Lc made the duty of the auditor of school, here ? 1, thevelo I'm he publle accouni. to report to the man you waul todies the iZ board of ...pervisor of any conn- down. I've had 'em come for me ty any clerk who shaJ fail nr r. l.r n. a , . . , f - ... . '"l ii,mi u f ouw do voiir t 'J - w , Uid 'eml ..ulawfud'fohe Vrl Z l h " tisor of any county ia this Statel ,tl;'. , .!... . , 1 ifrouticr. to make any such alowar t..iii .s.i... . , . , : 1 i .i hk meiveeiust.es recite. rte ret ?" " screamer, I tell vou rece.pt of the auditor for said as. c.,.. ' . , ' cessment rolls. , 7! MUeU y, c m t. It ' v " i'ni ! j i !M-c. a. Ke it further eun'-iWI I .t i . rr- . , ,, . , . miuii mint commenced Th&t all laws and 1 arts of laws!.. v. i.. .. . couaiel Wilatlus act 1 unit iii ...... . .... 1 uiu rr tun iki.i nil . . . .. . . . VI eet:re you won't take mp unless I pass eiamiaulion, but 1 wunt airaid ofne.t iiasiug. I'd The President beinsr absent, vour .T" coat' shirt a u',(ler- telegram has been scut to me.' Or. . .OI .""erworth, without ""t1"" " ceu scui 10 me. ur- ... derswill he given to the militarv ,1 T , . r ,,rIU"g authorities to take imn,1L.; e b.clt "t where his two spare people of Texas on the Mexican n . W. Eelksap. Secretary of War. Italita SsleE:t Ktrrjisj lasritaa Htirtfs!. There is a pretty piece of scan dal in Nice this year. About six months ago two young Italian gen- tie men of rank came to Nice and . 1 i "iueiTes very conspicuous in society. 1 uey w ere handsome. 11-. . - c - - v.veUU u 4icir manner, troll o-e aword I ran't spell! dressed aud Very amusing One or instance, CV.enrh: C-a-t-a-r- was named Maruis Laurfati, tS r-h D-a-n-J-e-l.u, IWdion, other Count Uggolino. The other I'lCS. L-U-ff-U-b-r-iw-ii.. 1 .,.. brioua.-Uh! Icunknock the socks right on a thee swellhead tear).. ers and not half trv." " I should like to help you," put In the member, "but' "Oh! you needn't think I'm be hind on geography," interrupted the teacher. "Forinstnnee ; V. i.ni is an Isthmus? An isthr.iu U. narrow strip of land connecting two larger hoeiea. Is th Prld round or flat ? Bound. Whv it it round? Because it is. Which is the largest river iu the world? The Amazon. Which is tho hiirh. est mountain? The Andes. 1 might go ou for seventy-five days In this w ay, and then not tell you bn!f tint I know." "You seem to be prettr well posted iu Geography, but ns 1 w nuted to tell" "And on trrammar too"' iini.i. cJ tho teacher, jumping np again. ",u " noun r A nouu is the name of a person, place or thinir. fi'i'i tiU .... . example. .Man, dog, lug. Oliver is rierriwiiv r!t.i 11 1 Wo havo liiiilntiiii.o,! n . ... eetlon 1720 of the liovisod C.Ja ,vn. T " . . "r" '!n!'lic from I,ccl' fr "ndor it in n mn.i , " "S lTc coIu,,," last cf 1871; and said J.-rd..,nJ ,11 "c n,mcd the Uu way. Ah, well, ho l.i Z . 01 T y. Jlut 1V fmlmg tip ngalu. "icuu S uie tal.lcs like light. iiimiA l..i A nii: ii.... . .v0,Lllc,, iviiiug nun mat unless he sent 500 francs to the postoffice to the writer, certain secrets of his life would be published which wouid render his immediate with- urawai lroin ice mporative. me nouio count took the letter to the Chief of Tol'iec, w ho told him to send a bauk noto to the address given, which he did. A detective was on hand, and Immediately seixed'tipon the person who uskeit for the letter, w ho. to the surprise of everybody, turned out to be the Marquis Laureati, w ho was at once sent to prison. A trial en- , uu iu me course of its pro eeedings it turned out that the Marquis was a hair-dresser from I alermo, Rna the Count a lackey. ioth gentlemen w ero engaged to young American ladies. I fancy Nast is something of a philosopher from the last cartoon, where he stands bowint? at el..' door bv W hich his old friend Andv enters the Senate 1.1 , . ' "'" oiem 01 tyranny) has fallen dow ver mi nose, while ho tries the wher pistol into his right hand and advanced a few steps lurtlur, when I'iitterworth. rest ing his pi'tol ou his left arm, took deliberste aim aud fired. The ball grared the upir lip of Grant, causing him to recoil, lie quickly resumed his self-possession, aud advanced with Lis second pistol of of uturworth fired aain, aud the t-uiict entered the mawl Grsnt piMol, caused U to ex plode, aud knocked it out Grant baud. Grant immediately drew one of the pistols from his belt and at about ten paces, his ball passing step toward the probection of thJ!nto1! causing them people of Texas ou tho M.;.. ?Poaef withthe muxzles iilovn the contents loelgiug iu the earth an t rairly enveloping Butterworth with dirt and dust. Butterworth was then left with out a load, aud Grant with one. But Butterworth. with m-eat sp'f. possession, stooped aud picked r.p one 01 themscharged pistols, cock ed it aud leveled at Grant, who . turned the compliment with his remaining pistol. Neither desired to fire, as it was a great point to have the last shot, which would have placed the party who had discharged his last load, completely at the tiiercv of hU . tagouist, who could have walked up w ithin a few feet and deliber ately shot him. Bntterwnrth't second, perceiving his ruse, and anowing mat the pistol he held In lusnauel had beeu fired, felt elecply concerned for the result. Itn it was evident that neither Grant nor bis secoud observed the ma- ueenvcr. All that we have described oc curred in about a half mimiio. when the parties were brought to a ianu with their last shot, n pause of nearly a minute cnsueel. There were consequently eight and a half minutes remaining for the combat, when a parlev was called by the seconds, and it was proposed that they should with draw their principals and load for another shot. While tho seconds were prepar. ing for this encounter, the crowd S!'. ,'aa1bcc,' kept off for some ,7V i ,l",0,' Hie lines and T 8 T tw,H" me comlmt end there. The allair WR there tore adjuuined, but was never re- lln llltlal I. .. utitad rrimlv to "hi u . other picture, liniRhed but never luLa' ....., i,., TOie w ent the other .j,ni.u uie impeacumont failed Ti V" V, - This cartoon, now in r...i. jL.T1 ' hU Argus says that agcntlemnnof hisci.;,reprV;;t ".T. V" "olmc, 1,1 n r-Colmubiatip.Bi;--: 2 ou oue oi eue rresiUential chair micai instincts havo a iiliv-lii. and as he slides down tho stens of nfV . 1 , ,( sl,i,fttio". ' 'e the White House, his crow if 2 of b.lh. liuway, Ah, well, ho laugh, ; ZV ' T j!ut " who lauahs la.i IU-..I.I..1" rc.,1!,vr '"-'V'r Mumbled UorrespoudenceNewYo,lcv: I .l,VT k !,t we w ere liking aboi.l.-Cyunu Journal iWifS ;s. coLDsnmrs amoukcio I have just rilled my "j STQRE HOUSE FiAiiJ . With a choice lot of FAMILY GROCERIES COMPRISING everything needed or desired by tho pmobJ villo and vicinity, for table use. ..r" I beg to call the attention of J fefchanta, Planters and H generally, to call and examine my largo him vwW atoek, which Is undoubtedly equal in qualit y and ' lower In price thnn any ever ottered In tills Mar. ket. I buy my good direct from hirftest dealers for CAH ONLY, and om en abled to sell them us client, as any dealer South of tit. LouU ; niul , respectfully invite country Marchants, Planters and ths Put TO examine my stock and prices before purchiisliw pIscwKmi T will from n.nl i(l .!a i. .. .i . , above St. Louis figures. (it. 10 1875 Sarins' - w 1 AND look out Fait orn NEW STOCK OF SPUING A.W 8D11EBB SC: wtueu our Senior partner C W LEWI3 IS NOW ENGAGED IN PURCHAl lTl Tt . -w-isi - I Consisting of tho latest and choicest stock of 'Dry Goods, Ladies' Dress Goods Gents' and Boys' Clothing ever brought to Grc: And all ths Latest Styles i KT 1 1 ... v I novelties 01 tne season. fcTCall at our n, p W . DESBIf Tf 011 Wnshlngtou av. and see for yourself. lZl v A HOME INST1TUTI0S With ample Capital, which AD1USTS AMD PAYS LOSSES PROiSPTU E. RICHARSON, Presil A. VAN HOOK, Secretarf 02 02 4- es ) Co. cf Mississk OFFICE Cor;i8r Stats i STREETS, . J Jackson, Eh H o ' MfytJH'r ' S-S Insures ttnlnfitlossesr rMiJ'-" K-$-&cMn dwelling houses,1 Im?W 5r-fc4-ita'i'l ware bouses, gh rjmKf.-.vtW..: .;, 1 nercltaiulio, cotton,'! JW' Vi.-.1 ihaznrd of marine. CREEIMVILLE, NISSISSIPFL DEALERS IN ;(' obkJ AUdiVM i t AND pimosoMjj -v. ISS221 ook3' Stationery, &o.