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/ « • ■ / V * -r Three Dollars a Year, in Advance. ■ (WEEKLY.). Single Copies, Ten Cents. HANDSBORO, MISS., JANUARY 13, 1872, BY P. K. MAYERS. VOL. 15— NO. 38. —18 THE— OFFICIAL PAPER —OF THE COUNTIES OF Harrison, Hancock, Greene, Jackson, Perry and Marion. \ The Courts. CIRCUIT COURT— First District. Geben C. Chandler, Judge. Daniel B. Seal, District Attorney. In the county of Jackson, commencing on the secoud J/onday of February, June aud October, and continue twelve days. in the county of Harrison, commencing on the first J/onday of March, July and November, to continue twelve days. In the county of Hancock, commencing on the third J/onday of March, July and November, and continue twelve days. In the county of Perry, commencing on the first Monday of April and the third onday of September, ami continue si* days. lu the county of Marion, commencing on the second Monday of April and the fourth Monday of September, and continue twelve days. CHANCERY COURT— 1st. District. W. G. Henderson, Chancellor. In the county of Perry, on the first Mon day of January, April, July, and Octo* ber, and coutinue six days. In the county of Green, on the second J/onday of January, April, July and Octo ber, and continue six days. In the county of Jackson, on the third J/onday of January, April, July and Oc tober, and continue twelve days. Iu the county of Harrison, on the first J/onday after the fourth Monday of Janu ary, April. July aud October, aud continue twelve day«. SECOND DISTRICT. Are G. S. McMillan, Chancellor. In the county of Lawrence, on the first J/onday of January, April, July and Oc tober, and continue six days. In the county of Covington, J/onday of January, April, July aud Oc tober, and coutinue six days. In the county of Marion J/onday of January, April, July and Oc tober, and continue six days. Iu the county of Hancock, on the fourth Monday of Jauuary, April, July and Oc tober, and continue twelve days. A the third in George W ood, East Pascagoula, Miss., Attorney and Counsellor at Law, WILL practice in all the Courts of the First Judicial District. January 21, 1871. S3 tf W. A. CHAMPL1N. I humplin 4- Henderson, Attorneys ami Counsellors at Law. WILL practice in all the Courts of the First Judicial District. Januuary 21, 1871. j. J. KR.lDf'UKIt, Attorney aud Counsellor at Law, Bay l. Louis, Miss., WILL practice iu all the Courts of the First Judicial District. July 24, 1809. ELLIOTT HENDERSON 29-tf 13-tf If. SEAL., Attorney and Counsellor at Law PRACTICES A Judicial 1 Ï®. Address—MISSISSIPPI CITY (upril 14-tf) in all the Courts of the First District. J- P. CARTER, Attorney amd Counsellor at Law, AUGUSTA, PERRY CO., MISS.,' W ILL practice in First Judicial District. September 28, 1868. the Courts of the 22-tf A. G. M A Y KRS. MAYERS Si LOWRY, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, BRANDON, MISSISSIPPI. W ILL practice in the Probate and Cir cuit Courts of Simpson, Smith, Sool t and RauUiu oountiee, and in all the Courts at Jackson. Brandon, Mies., Jan. 10, 1869. BOBKKT LOWRY. tion— As tf V. B. DEASOX. D. B. SEA!.. Denson A- .Seal, Day St. Louis, is«., Attorneyr and Counsellors at Law, WILL promptly attend to al! buBiness «Dtrusted to them. July 24, 1869. The re 13«t. Three Sister» Saloon, Biloxi, Mississippi. Soda Water, Ice Cream. Candies, Nuts, Cakes, Hot Coffee, Cigars, &o. t &c., always on fcand. Drop in. J This rarely ol her larship terms JOE M. GOMEZ. 41 ly fiilsxi, Feb. 24, 1871. July Valuable Place lor Sale. Saddler C repaired, Leather Price» done March I OFFER at a great bargain my place, containing Eighty Acree, with im provements thereon, situated on the line of the Vicksburg, Pensacola and Ship Islond Railroad, within one mile of Ilandeboro aud two miles tYom Mississippi City. The land is high and dry and especially adapted to fruit growing and marketgardening. Apply early to „ J JOSHUA JACOBS. Handsboro, Sept, 9,1871. 2U-6m DENTAL NOTICE. jfe. DR A. K. NORTHROP, Dental Surgeon, Office at Pass Christian, Miss., WILL visit all poinls upon the Coast— giving notice whenever he moves—at pres ent at Pass Christian. June 4, 1871. June and and on third si* the 7-1 y Pass Christian Fottng Cadit s'* Institute . Miss K. A. Monroe, Principal. IIK Annual Session will consist of three quarters, commencing severally Octo ber first, January first and April first. Pupils may, however, be entered at any time during the year. There will also be a summer session of three months, begin ning on the first of July, for the benefit of such as may find it desirable to spend the summer months on the Seashore, Terms —Payable every three months, in Ad - vance. T Tuition in English, (with board, washing, fuel and tights.) per session of nine months. Tuition in Latin month. Tuition in French, German or Ital ian, per month. Mnsio on Piano, (including use of instrument,) per month. 10 00 Private lessons in Vocal Music, per month. Y'oca! Music in classes, free of charge for those taking other Music Lessons. Drawing and Painting, at moder ate prices Tuition in English, for Day Scho lars. per month.. April 1, 1S71. at be 5 00 *° and j $275 00 Greek, per Mon Oc first 3 00 3 00 3 00 49-tf LIDDLE & SEAMAN Are now opening, at the store formerly oecupicii by Messrs. Rutland & Barthes, u fresh and select slock of Seasonable Grooclts, Consisting of DRY GOODS, JKeadrj-.Hade clothing, BOOTS AND SHOES, A good assortment of ü T S , in great variety, direct from New York. A complete slock of Crockery, Hardware. Carpenter*a Tools, Farming nud Gardening Implements, Furniture, Provisions and Feed, all of which they otTer at greatly reduced prices. Call and inspect goods and prices. «-No trouble to nhow goods. Ilandeboro, April 15, 187f the to 51-tf HAND'S FOUNDRY, EAST PASCAGOULA, on Board be of dress Mississippi. Iron and ISrass rounder AND MACHINIST. Manufacturer of Stea xn Engines, Gang and Circular Saw Mills, GRATE BARS, Pass SASH WEIGHTS, Forgings of Every Description. Desiree All kinds of repairing done with dispatch, and warranted to giro satisfac tion— As Cheap as New Orleans Prices L. M HAND. June 3, 1871. G-ly JLive Oak Academy, MOSS POINT, J ACK80N County, Mississippi. The exercises of this institution will re open FALL DRY Monday, October 2d, 1871. BOOTS This School possesses local advantages rarely equalled, and unsurpassed hy any ol her in the State. The standard of Scho larship will be thorough and high. For terms and other particulars, address W. WIRT THOMSON, I'rjncipal. "14 tf And, household, cash July 29, 1871. Charles Wagner, (Successor to D. Wagner,) Saddler and Harness Jltaker , Bay St. Louis, Miss. C ARRIAGES neatly trimmed. Harness carefully and substantially made and repaired, and all kinds of 8addler's aud Leather Work promptly attended to Price» will be as low and work as well done aa anywhere in New Orleans. March 25, 1871; A Biloxi, perty. from from For , «»•ly 4. 4i % OUR TERMS: THE DEMOCRAT ia furnished at the low prioe of Three Dolars a Yiar, in advance; ir Afi> at end or Six Months, Four Dollars ; at end or the Year, Five Dollarb. ADVERTISEMENTS inserted at One Dollar and Fiity Cents a square, (ten lines or Itsethis type),'tor first insertion ; Seventy-Five Cents tor each subsequent is insertion of a square. Marriage unci Obituary Notices, of over ten lines, will be charged for as regular advertisements. Coast— pres A liberal deduction made to those who advertise by the year. All persons handing in advertise ments will be charged One Dollar and Fifty Cents for the first and Seventy-Five Cents for each subsequent insertion of a square, unless a special agreement is made pre vious to their publication. t&T All advertisements not having the number of insertious marked, will be pub lished till forbid and charged accordingly. ÄÖF* Announcing candidates for office ; $15 for State and Distriot; $10 for County and .$5 for Beat—in advance. y s'* three Octo first. any be begin of the Ad - OUR JOB OFFICE. 00 We have just received and put in splen did running order one of Gordon's best Job Presses, which now enables us to do much finer job printing than was ever done at this office before, aud a great deal more expeditiously. Having also been greatly enlarged by extra additions of other Printing mate rial—Stationery, inks, Ac,—with a few more fonts of the latest style of type—we are enabled to turn out as fine work as be executed anywhere. We are prepared 00 *° P nnt on short notice, and at reasonable prices— Posters, Circulars, Bill Heads, Business Cards, Letter Heads, Pamphlets, Legal Blanks, Lawyers' Briefs, and, in short, every description of Job Printing, plain and in colors. Cash on delivery. P. K. MAYERS, Proprietor. j Ilandfcboro, Miss., April 22, 187* 1. 00 00 00 00 ean ed of the the to ed, will no to the the sary way sea ducts for New too pose three and sailing both at part and. I'ass Christian College, DIRECTED DY THE Christian Brothers, PASS CHRISTIAN, MISS. Tho Pass Christian Hotel having been lately purchased und converted imo a Col lege, otters to the public every advantage calculated to induce patronage. The spa cious building, the extensive aud well shaded play grounds, the pine forest in the rear, and iu front the Gntfof Mexico. opportunity for sea bathing, together with its proximity to the city, are among its advantages The course of study comprises all the branches of a complete education ; special attention paid to those branches pertaining to commerce. The Annual Vacation will commence on August 1st and end on October 1st. presenting Terms : Payments to be made half yearly in ad vance, as follows: The first on on March ffret. Board & tuition, per term of 5 months, $150 Washing ... Entrance fee. to be paid once only.... Vacation at College. Extra charges—Music and Drawing. N. B —All arrangements and business connected with Pass Christian College may be transacted at 8t. Mary's College, corner of Pocyfarre and Foucher streets, New Orleaus. For particulars, see prospectus, or ad dress October 1, and the second re to 0U BROTHER GEFFREY, President, of the College. Pass Christian, Miss , Feb. 11, 'Jl. 42-Jy THE latest: WALTER Ii. WEBB, Columbia, Miss., Desiree to call the attention of the public generally to hie immense 3d. freight causes »EW STOCK miles. sound, sissippi Whip Gulf 25 vessels New water. ment 60 1,000 cess ing On cargo, —OF— FALL AND WINTER GOODS! Just arrived—consisting ia part of DRY GOODS, FANCY AND DRESS GOODS, BOOTS and SHOES, HATS, And, in faot, all things necessary to a household, all of which he otfera low for cash or cotton. Colombia, Deo. 10, 1870. 'flf-tf Idind for Sale. A VALUABLE TRACT OF LAND, taining eighty acres, near the town of Biloxi, and known as the Rutland'pro perty. on the Back Bay of Biloxi, one mile from town. ■ t. Also—160 acres, on said Bay, fonraotl»» from the towns of Biloxi and Handsboro. For further particulars, apply to P. K. MAYERS, JHindsboro, March It, 1871. 46 tf the in Months, Year, One [From the St. Lo-lis Times. The Merits of Ship Island Har bor. Mayor Shryock, of St. Louts, asked and obtained leave to pre sent the following comimmication, (ten prefacing.the nuns by • appropriate ; remarks, and the communication, hy order of the Board, was referred to the Executive Council, and ordered to be spread ou the minutes of the Board : To the Natioual Board of Trade, as sembled at St. Louis: Gentlemen : Coming from the Gulf shore of the State of Mississip pi, where there is no board of trade nor community of merchants in suf ficient numbers to justify organiza tion for © mmercial advancement, I ask permission to introduce to y oui' uotice, for future consideration, the merits of" Ship Island Harbor an outlet for the products of the Mis sissippi Valley, and to invite inquiry iuto its adaptabilty as a sea port. The harbor is well known as the best and easiest of access of all the Gulf harbors, and is formed by the island, which serves as a breakwater against the waves of the Gulf; and is a basin of irregular form, immedi ately inside the island, varying in width from a half mile to two and a half miles, its length is about six miles, aud its depth from twenty to forty feet. Its general course is from southeast to northwest. over regular who Fifty Cents square, pre the pub ; • Is best do done more by few The channel at the entrance over the bar is more than half a mile wide and its depth is twenty-three feet at low tide, and twenty-five feet at full tide. ean By the natural chanuel a chip lead ed to twenty-one feet may sail to within seven miles of the main shore without the aid of a pilot or danger of grounding. To complete the connection wiih the main shore it is necessary to ex cavate a channel through the bed ol the sound five miles in length, and to locate docks and wharves at the nnrtb end of the channel so excavat ed, by reclaiming the laud fur that purpose The entire cut for such channel will be iu a bed of pure clay, with no log nor stump to offer obstruction to the dredges; and in a substance which, while it offers least resist ance to the operations of dredging machinery, gives the liest and permanent material for the sides of the channel, And for the stability of the batiks which it is proposed to construct for the location of the docks and wharves. An inner breakwater will be neces sary to cover and prot. ct vessels ••"S lying at the wharves, and a cause- w way to connect the reclaimed land (comprising the docks and other im proventents) with the main shore,for the railway and ordinury purposes of transfer. The question rif a cheap outlet to he sea for the rapidly increasing pro- uellt ducts of this great valley lias en gaged the attention of ryir citizens for several years, and its solution is anxiously sought and desired by merchants, farmers aud manufac turers. The disadvantages incidental to New Orleans as a marine port are too well known to call for any ex tended mention. I shall for the pur pose of comparison allude to two three points only. 1st. The distance from the and consequent cost of towage tii sailing vessels, and loss of time to both steamers and sailing vessels 2d. The insufficient depth of water at the passes, and consequent cur tailment of carrying capacity on the part of the larger class of vessels, and. 600 in must Pint or as 3.000 4.000 24.000 rates cotton, on ship bor Net And addition shippers freight« M' I 3d. The compelled high rates of freight growing out of the two causes above mentioned. distances from sea. New Orleans, by the river, 130 miles. Mississippi City, crossing the sound, 10 miles. depth of water on the bars. Southwest pa«s, mouth of the Mis sissippi river, 16 to 17 feet. Whip Island pass, connecting the Gulf with Mississippi Sound, 23 to 25 feet. Expenses incidental to sailing vessels ai riving ut or departing from New Orleans : Pilotage, $4 50 per foot of draft water. Towage, $1.25 per ton measure ment up stream. Levee dues or wharfago for first 60 days, per ton, 20 cents for first 1,000 tons ; 15 cents per ton on cess over 1,000 tons. Stevedores' charges for discharg ing (as per contract). Harbor master, 3 cents per ton. On outward voyage; Compressing, where cotton is the cargo, 75 cents per bale. Stevedores' charges where cotton ex in is Hie cargo, 75 cents p ei . Lale. Towage, 40 cents down stream. Pilotage, 84 50 per foot. Expenses incidental to vessels at Ship Island harbor after Completion : Pilotage—not compulsory—seem ed hy charter. , ToJ'age, from 820 to $50, contract. Channel and harbor dues limited per ton per Har Louts, pre hy to the as the trade suf I oui' the Mis the the the Pilotage, 17 feet, at $4.50 $76 50 Towage 1,500 tons, at $1 25, 18.75 and Harbormaster's fees, 3 cents in a six to as per hy charter to 25 cents voyage. Wharfage, 10 cents per ton voyage. Compression ou cotton where cot ton is cargo Stevedores' and receiving. Inwage out, same as inward, Prolnrma statement of charge a vessel of 1,500 tons, driving, dis charging, loading and departing, at the port of New Orleans. (Owing to scant depth of water on the bar at the mouth of the river vessels of this capacity cannot carry more than one-third of ber cargo in grain.) per wages, discharging 8 on • Is DISBURSEMENTS. On arrival: the bile is on nor craft "f 10 per ton, Port Warden, watch Levee dues 45.00 survey 3.00 1,000 on tons, at 20 cents, Levee dues oui 500 tons at 15 eeuls, $200 75 275.00 at full Amounting to Stevedores for discharg j|*K cargo same as at other ports. On departure: Compressing 2,000 bales eolton, 75 cents, Stowing same, 75 cents, Do on tobacco flour, &c., 82274 50 to ol of Gross earnings, $18,660 ••"S comprises about 1,300 tons, w hiuh is us much as a vessel of this the ol»»s can curry ou 17 feet. Proforma statement fur a vessel of ,mv the same capacity at Ship Island Icet Harbor, having four feet greater j depth of water, the quantity may Klr:,t he increased if requisite to 40 pu- s,, uellt - excess over measurement. States 81,500 00 1,500 sure 500 Tow Age down 8tream, 40c. per tbn. Pilot.» «re over bar 84.50, *000 76 50 4176.50 Total charges, Earnings on outward voyage: 2.000 bales of cotton, trage 450 lbs., Jd lb , ex. and primage 600 hhd tobacco, 37s. 6d. per hhd , ex, aud prim age 20 cents 12.000 bus wheat, at 10d., ex aud primage 20 per cent. $6451.50 at uv ami per $ 10,000 .if 6,000 «''Util the that 2.060 tails DISBURSEMENTS AT MtS-ISEItTI CITY. On Arrival: Pilotage (not compulsory) per contract, say Towage, as per coutiact, not over Channel and harbor dues, 25 cents per ten Harbor master 2c. per ton Pint Warden Wharfage, 10 c. per ton t al and into and behalf and great oral the I St as 8 30 50 375 30 3 150 ■ Amounting to (Stevedore for discharging as per contract ) On departure: Compressing bales cotton Stowing same «stowing on tobacco and sundries l'owage and pilotage same as ih'd Total charges earnings on outward voyage. 3.000 bales of cotton at £d per lb. ex. and prim age 20 per ct. 4.000 hhd. tobacco at 30s. per hhd , ex. and prim age 20 per ct. 24.000 bus. grain at 8d. per bu., ex. and prim age 20 per ct. Gross earnings This comprises 1,040 tons, and at rates twenty five per cent, lower cotton, and twenty per cent, lower on tobacco and grain, giving to a ship sailing from .Ship Island Har bor (at reduced rates of freight). Net gain on earnings And to a ship sailing from New Orleans at full rates, a net gain of Difference of favor of the Mississippi port, in addition to a reduction iu favor of shippers of 20 to 25 per cent, on freight« ; Droving conclusively that $638 3,000 $1,500 1,500 500 ed to death, days 80 3,580 $4,218 noisy would mated "If wing and in the go," many not published impudent Pomeroy these of the they ury, large 811,250 8,000 4 200 823,510 I ill $19,292 12,209 87,083 in at : limited per vessels may carry freight at a re duction oi 40 per cent, on New Or leans rates, and make more profit able voyages than from thaf city. When tho advantages of reduced expenses and inçi eased di p'll of wa ter aie considered with reference'to vessels of 2,000 Io 2 500 .tons, they will present still more 50 18.75 per enconrag Steamships of the largest class may enter and depart with full loads .iic uding lu.'l for an European or ,'H h American voyage, and cm ployaient will thus he given to su, -I, j vessels us cannot make profitable a ---— . 1 Mobile and j J and , ing results It is susceptible Ilf proof, that the V hat hot- can offer to shi light a hill of charges \nrk or Bostuu, perhaps lighter than either. cot dis at bar of than Hi ll 11 w I'IS per as as Ne on Viyages to New Orleans shallow water on the bar. They save also the time ami fuel, the consumption of which is inciden tal upon the distance from owing to sea. Immediate availability of this port for connection with railroads : The New Orleans, Texas Railroad is in connects at New Orleans with the Great Northern and Mississippi Oi n tral road«, at Mobile with tho Mo bile and Ohio road, which with Selma Chattanooga, Louisville, Cincinnati, Paducah, Columbus, Ky , and with the Iron Mountain ami iili- j nois Central roads. iperation, I For direct connection with the J ! Mississippi river and its tributaries: | I lie Mississippi and Mexican Gulf de,oHrel!r. P ' l " y /'"T, , T a '' 1 l - V c, '. n " lUed their canal and lock, by which the river will be connected witli Lake & M r' pp,S,, " n ' la " d ' J1 "' bile Bay. The entrance to the canal is twelve miles below New Orleans on the East- bank of the river, und when opened for navigation will in shipment without breaking hulk to the wharves and ,.f warehouses at Mississippi City, at j t y which port there will la- no channel nor harbor dues exacted of such craft as navigate the river,their draft ,,f "f water being within the limit of 10 left. 3.00 comme! 8 50 The distance from the east end ol the canal to Ship Island is f,,n v miles— there are no obstruction« to ,mv 'K'ati"ii fir vessels drawing 12 Icet water the entire di«t.i j "ever change, as de Klr:,t "'l 1'Y comparing the earlb s,, Ù"dini>s with those States ( 00 to will ted sure tlirotinrji qnii both »he waters of Lake Borgne and Mississippi Sound are landlocked, ' navigation is proverbially safe at all Season*. ami There are not more than ten <lat year in which river would be qoru'fielled t< winds .if the Cl'nft lie by tin' luliy Harbors nbiiuinl cm tin ! deed, UI'C «''Util side >f the lake, menais haynus and passes anintig the islands which form the shine on that side. in the in upon Idle ing lit aud . °The , .• n*n v *f t Ik: United t>t survey, which is very Complete and elaborate iu all the de tails be in cite t respectfully ask of this Nation al Board of frade that this comiiiii iiicatiim lie plac d iipnuthc minutes, and referred to the appropriate com mittee, witli instructions to inquire into and report upon the feasibility and importance of the work of "de veloping" this harbor, claiming iu behalf of the Buie of Mississidpi, and iu the interest of people »I this great valley, that it is (he .best oat oral harbor oil the Gulf of Mexico, adustined to he the grand outlet for the pioducts of this vallt I have the honor to-be Yuitr obedient servant, RIOirn F. tlARRISON St Louis, December 8th. 1871. nd such ized habita, sinn their In J cy ; ions,;_ all dnlge It was an Irishman who want ed to lind a place where thel-e death, that he might go aud end llis days there. wa« n<> down nobling It is tiie set and 8ÉÇ 1 Peter Cartwright, tho pioneer Meth%list, Used to he annoyed by a noisy but not over-pious sister, who would go off mi a high key every opportunity she got. ' At mi a.,'i mated class meeting one day the surcharged sister broke out With, "If I had Olio more feather ill tile wing of rny faith I could fly and bo with tlio Saviour; in the feather, O Lord, and let her go," fervently responded Brother Cartwright. Brick Pomeroy.— There are u great many fools m the South win, could not have died happy unless they had subscribed and paid for tho paper published hy the basest and most impudent Hessian of the age, Brick Pomeroy ! It may he gratifying to these fools aforesaid to know, that of the many thousands of dollars they have Contributed to his treas ury, Brick Pomeroy has given tho large sum of ten dollars to the Lee Monumental Fund ! pure them which the away " Stick lishes nent taken German vote ouo ducah party, word of the lowy in sited surged re Or Zdleaess and Industry. profit wa they , There, is no question but industry is conductive to .virtue, while idle ness, begets and fosters crime. Idle ness, no mattet' from wli^t cause wl.ethej- tl >0 remit of afflimncv, !i*|! M<»»or poverty, is inisdiie immoral vous and in it« tendency ami effect. I lie rich person, no less Poverty-stricken wretch, who wastes his time in idleness, j s a „ j UCUIU . brance Boih are depredate niuuily. class up nis sons in idleness loads so many lirebiamls among or The rich idler imbibes habits and in cm- dulges in practices wii eh -I, j him not only useless In society but a detriment to it. Hi H dissolute, profligate course of life will necessa rily degrade him to a low level, while at the same time, In's influence upon his associates will be in the last de gree deleterious and shameful, opportunity for a,'usual indulgences 1 being proportionately extensive w ith and j J ,is P uls . e - "f means i.f gratification, and , ""bridles bis passions and rushes headlong into licentiousness of eve shade and type, carrying II his downward the than than tlio I'IS Ne and disgrace to society. tijH cum who brin^H is seiidiinr is up. Tin; rieh man render fuel, to port the n Mo , iili- j His ty Jth him, career, all who are weak enough to copy ids example, lie is therefore a viper in his neigh borhood, the sting of whose fangs is greatly enhanced by the praltisjiiess I with which' he the J ! "" ollff T , ,' l * HC0 "'"I )I ' | .V, „ , , , Gulf vagab.mil or " seeundrel, thief, rabner or „„«uasii, The uffiu.mt p.-isnn who spends his liole j„ ldU .„ altlcugh m abso "' lately a criminal, is n,'vc tl è e s dangerous in " in ,.f its products, at j t y to pay for lit luxuries should y.,t entire them to receive them. Every healthy™, ,,f either sex, slnmld not only of some visible means of 8 • utters hi.? money in dvbaucli r idler r luafi r will a greet less nr v Lux y or poor, have tm right to I've any where. A person who will nut work, should not be permit ted to eat. Labor alone is worthy community. persons, net Tim simple 's necestarie CltpHC s and support, but show that a largo } is occupied in >r prut qnii ing physical, moulai or annal ac ttvity. Industry s! both sexes. should be able- t. portio ol lheir ti some* useful trade Slop. re* »U b* the rule for While |.hms : Ilse luliy ein piny ml, llu-tr ibuiigltls will s it'ily l e part ! deed, they have and UI'C no turn upon alight that is vile, corrupt. I agitato •ive of ill Miene mischief, he 'ever is tin; mother of it, -fully, vice and crime. Milieu, therefore, ifpre ■ !l pillage Idle me I nr dise,.«, ,) to do V. i deeply into sin i f eveiy phase, sink ing lower and lower, day by day, un lit they become a close to tiieluselvos aud enemies of their race. v The mind vv ll not Im idle. If it be not active in the right, it will bo in tho wning direction It will litheu devise or invent something beneficial, or plot mischief cite crime. ;mal and and iu wh'iso evil Even those propensities are by in ascendant, naturally, by an idle life nd vicious surroundings, will easily s to low and debasing habits; while im the (eher hand, if such usure unfortunately so organ ized can be brought under healthy influences and fortnimtu stances, and led habita, they will avoid the sinn of crime and ultimately outgrow their wicked and groveling desires. In brief then, Miene* basing, wicked, and immoral tendon means m the become victii circnm into industrious commis has a do cy ; vice imii emili: arc its ions,;_ it is injur all times, and to lompt tverywhere, at ms II pi rsi dnlge in it, and therefore slnnild bo discouraged by every good parent, teacher and statesman I iu nd frowned down by all good cit :ei Industry, however is exulting, nobling und purifying in its , It is the Contpani m of virtue ; tiie wise and grew! slu.u'd constantly set Before youth the. glory, grandeur and excelle en 1 fleet. 1 and :« ol labor, and thus by pure examples and go.,d advice lead them ail into habits of industry, by which lin y witl become blessi the world and an honor to tin [Ciunnnali Trade List. to ate. Stÿ- The Berli Cross fr.iccf.Vpub lishes a communication train an emi nent jurist, in which the ground is taken that the constitutimi of tlio German Empire confers the right to vote oi* every woman over twj-nty ouo years of uge. ÆSf The local editor of the Pa ducah Kentuckian lately attended a party, and according to his own word saw nothing toward the closo of the evening but, "a beautiful bil lowy ocean of. foAning skirts, which in their virgin and and unemtamin sited purity rolled, and puffed, antS surged in tho gaslit air.