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I.K Hill lieltl nil t!ie PIJ. -1111.1 Mill!' liY, "f flllll linn, ill. A S-'Arli'iriiu'll, .lnt.'. ; 0. W. .''c.iilni.,i.w:i, V-nTi'Iiiry. Ar,.,;.lti Munii.'... T!ie ivi'ilni' mi'i'tin.s uf An-.,'!., t; fHiiire tt'P In-lil nn t!, 'Ju l rial ui'diiv of :.i. li mini: Ii. K. U. Uliii liwi-'il. M i-l"!- ; ll II .M.-vi'1-.i. S,-i-lt;liii V. S i'i'iv ilill '!.-; ,ri'- -- ni1 ri.' 1 ir weptim.". if s-iriiy 11 ill I .i ii't .-y nr. tii-l.l mi Ih.: MiUui uuV lel.iiti nfti'.ilnl ;i : :nv nl' uiii'll juiulli. 1. '. A iliiillf ; .lrtif. ; j'.- 11 CiJi, .S,:,.,!lury! :0MHl;l!rlAL AHESTS POK I-AT1ION3 OF MIHSISSII'M i .1 Viiiu-liHll. "..1 Kri iit Sfroet, JIi-nipMa. A M lliuuiii. A K I'm-. 1'iiif A- '-'1, Si l.mis. II K ril.j Hhi, k, 111 . (ViU'tii-n Si. .M-liili,. V, lliiriin'lun Ai t o., 'i'J Cai ,'inlt let St. Mi-w llileali. if Endorsements of the ''Star." nv Tiiy btatk uuancu. Hesolvkp. Thut wo n'com nioiiil tn tin introiitiro oinl Blip I'ort of tliu Onlrr throughout the tnto, 'Tliu Fnrmcrs Vinilioatcr', 'Tr.o Siuitliein IIiiio,sto;nl', 'lhe tar of 1 'iisca iron ! it nr.,1 'Tlic IV lr'n of If u.slijindi-y, and paid jour "als lire ri'(ueiteil lojuihlish the I'loccoiiiliL'S of tha 8tat (3 fid t!ie boi-rctiiry is iJin-ntoil to liiriiisli sniil piipui's with eopios of H circulars ami othur ofKdul no- iee required fur iml-licuiion. At a raoc'ini? of Bii ffGrsrg! the fol 'og reioluliona were uuuuimoas'.j iJ"l'td: ItKio;.vi:D, Tlint the Stab op Pasoa oi i a tm cbi nun hh the i,f,i..iiil :i,in nf niufl Gmne, m, j (but tbi Kicrttary be ijrucui. Ui futwiird a coiiy of th.se r.si M.i.,ti Hid Star Rksoivmi, Tl.at wo l i.il wih natinfiie iu il,M sMcintioo of Brother C. K. Muwuit.g 8GrnK alitor of the Stab "i'l rwiimm,.Drt jr. , faithful and niile xrn,nt of tlm dmus-inil iuU-r. st of u Ur-lur i. IVtous of Huebaudrj aud 0 th fupport nf the Order. OllAVOK OltANOE XfKETISa. TI111 follow rpsoiutiiing wr h.,.tl by Oringe l"Kt uieir regular luteting on Mun IjK oLi-KD, That we t.,ko p!..nr in mi-t.liuK to ad m. raler of our ord- r, ii tin: til:. r of the ever..!!.-. fciAB op rAsoAoi.t LA, journal d ! "ur c,Ufe; ud iartmrricm ilii n V ,ra''rul,y il" fl" '' ciate 'IKD ffuwoiurf, a true acd criKSt lii-siiu-Ea, That. w rh-ct faid litpei lhe 11111-lJ Vtmu of nnr n..,r. eis ORAS(;b MnrT,yaAt , Higulai ,nT"l 0'M,,", Grane -s"-i.liJ. J -Iilcd ,h fo'llJiu3 retolutiou as IttsoLVED, That tk heartily recommend II p ",rouKe and utUutivo pirHs-U of nnrV ' 'Di to tie f uro-r of onr iinuy K.-ncrally, the Stab or Pahca mril -" J-t d to the iou rt-st of Von!' n "Ll1 er,il", ia iiorltiy Prnti... ri t- t 1 J In i?T',"1'L'ce n " "l'i ot iuter f tl . ' '" the co'umm hat I? ,BP,'r Iriicnlarly request rAni'1'"1"" ""1 SweUrie. will have cdall OfWniEtioii ol Oranges I 0ur " rfuoicg Io the progresa f ... .!'. 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I 'aci IiihI in c.iinr-tlv ici'ii'.-l"i to mill' lor iIicStaii, ini'l liy i-o iluiii": , ni'l in in iiikin it h wwy, intrr : ('-lii;)' Hirl In; ll lic'liyo i i IT. Il.ivinif niii li l.'.l i ho t nt (JiatiRe iiinl li' i'ii jiitt in sion of inatioi f "' ; of roii.-i l i iil.li; iiiii-orliiiic" to I hi; ( ! i niiL'i'-t iii l:in -it In hi . I w ill, if ili.1 : iicil, viii imy (Jr;ni''i' ini'l i n s (. r ut 1 1 , i -1 ii in liio run i t't workinirs of t he Or.lcr wiiliciil ' ''iiii,"', n ov i'lm! llit'V fiiicnd to coi' v y-npr mi! Io und fiorn till1 j 1 :; of n i i ii r . AiJtJicfS C K. i!i'()'iiinj.', Hiloxi, Mic tl' W. L. Williams, R iTntarv H'ii'" Oon co Rikszi, Miss., J.iu.i ii. 1.S7-4 tf ' Bjicukt.uiv's Omit, Kiknzi Mrs, l.iy 2:!rd. JST-1. I Two folio wiiis p.ii.ier u itii''iirit-s uro (-ivi.,i to nil coiifii-rii,1 1 : Hi-erntariin 'ami Trfnnnrprn' Q-i'irtoily U.'imrfn. Hud H'r.t (Irii:,'" dio nir.s In .lii-i'iMi-l in ll,.) is unu i'.i vei,pn n:id Mtiit di'.i'tl.i I ; i odioii, Hud nut in Ti"KMnr of Stnto flrnujj'i. lit.'f-'iil'iiiiio-i in thin riv-piHtt omsi'S ("."nuii'iy bud delays. Thii 7'ri-Mii'i r kiH'i' no HOO'iunt iia nit H .Ii rli:i'il Or.:;i-s. T. icnure proiuot r. I'lii'H to coi'iinunn:.iiii)rin iuvi nurd t ii in in i uvelupo with Q iaat' ri.y R"p'ir'n. lu tbi b:irr,v of this t-fTij.?, reporis iiii)ih-tiiu-6 huv.i t.i linover a P:k or tcu day... L-t-.krn f i liriusr. m m aru mk.ii luki-ii up fi. -if, and II iporis aro attended to nf, l isnco tiro"F. Any en. inly in this situ lmving thre-i a'lh.irdin.'t.n llnuii', i'i ttood Htiiudiiig. iii.ii no I finiy in ij nrii''.Y 'l,n nwirent l)i,u:y i-j mgiiiiizH n Cuii.i'y (Irangn, W. Ii. vVilllims, Si im tiiiy tittilu OmBRe. I'llllonia K'li.lin NniU Homlt, inc. THE 11 EST ASI TUP. rllF.AI'EST. Itcgiilii will lie prnjir r:y Sfmniinl. Always Addiiwi 0. K. Bimwsisn, J3i!oxi, IIirriH-iu Ci. Mis. The f.);lowin, will buna'tur bo fnrnifih pd nt HiU I'fli : New Kiliiimi i.f Ilitiu.ili, f.ir doz. ?1 !i0 mi no pircjiy Pali m ' Monitor " Soi.it ii.ion ( .vith tniisie) r'o:h " do do jiajior " do ( titlmut do ymiat " Trayi ln.g Car l, t.lniim, " do wit D Seo'y c T. " di ui'in-coo cdtits " 15 25 15 ID 0 25 50 no 25 D riiii R ai.ks. per doz n liiunk Pcliii ma per hmlwi d 1 00 No order fur Pntron'a Moni'or Mad nula will be Hilled ticept uadur iioal of OriiUge. "He is Only a rwxTun." The foliowinir tribute to tho r.ohlo pre-seiyalij-e art, we find in a crmterupoi rary, and we commend its strong contract to the intelligent rcudcr : "Lie is only a printer." Such was the sneering remark of a leader of aristocrary tlio codfish aristocracy. Who was the Karl ot Siunhime? Ho was only a printer. What is Prince Frederick William married to the Princess Iioyal of England ? lie, too waaonlya piinter. Who wua Wil liam Caxion, one of tho lathers of lit erature? Ho was only a printer. Who were G. P. .Morris, N. P. Willii", J. Gales, C. R chatdson, J. Harper, Horace Grecly, Llayard 1"J lor, Charles Dickens, Their, Jcrrold, (ieoixe D. Pre linn, and Seuutors Dix, Camerou, and Nilca? They too, were printers- What was Beujamiu Franklin ? He also was a printer. And last, though not leapt who is James Buchanan, who occupied the most enviable position on earth? Only a printer. Every onccanuot be a printer brains aro necessary. -IE. ' f ' I 1 ,',( I tl ... - ! ... f f..s 4 ' f I i- r, (' ' -f f . i-fl f .ii (. ir '...(! ,f : i I i f Ii 1 I 1 '" I ' " '"t i I Ii' ' ! ! -r I . ,. i ' f t i! I II ,i i .' 'i i" ( I 'i 'ff r. It f. I If . II. i 1 Hit I I ' l rl i! i i. i i. . r . i 'i V ( - I . ' mt I fi-l ,'f .n'rii . n Hi i fit ' ' t,n ' f it fi u, in I n( .ii'' mn i a .f"ii .'! -if tin 'ii 'if I;!iii'i., in. i kk.iff'i !i ininji fif "uf rUi'-iii I , H !' rni In M i..i".;.i,i f,,r Iih li',ilt'i, .t J m'li'f a n'mri t - i .!. tli'-r, I."' Mi l ii'iff l of I'll t i ili i J lift I i;i!tii.if, .,'! (. r ci'ii'.' Ii ! Iii...i ni'iiri.lji cnir'l'','l in oiiii'lui ll," (Till-"- of (it mi fi"ii of I o r'liii' f .'.hi Ii. A I llit c!hc of ll.i ur, mil whi'ii it mi known liow inn .Ii of i. h ' ol.iiioii rxMiO'l, in my N'ifllirrii p 'o- ( If) wrnt l' Mi"i-iipii witli f x ilini i'l' H' of the nun in Wiiii'Ii tlicy i'ioiiIi livoniil .iri'iniuliilo iirnii'Tly , 11 Willi! i nn pmclira! know li-ilxo.nn I o l ip t Utioii. a gical many nu:!i fuili.' l; ilu-y i i- i .i ..i.i i vi', i'i n vijiii v.' nuai i iii'i'i : iii' ilinconraijpJ, returned Xirlli Id inveigh dirain-t tho ."outhein section. Tho cotton iiinnia. which brought many fanner io the South, soon ex- ploili'd. F,irni'ir. who had linen unc-cc.n-iful iii Northern li.liiudes in culii Vatini; the eereal, found a r-nd lack of lhe know lcil.'e incs-ary Io make soo Cesi-lul flops of the (rieat Hoiithcn staple. Those w!') failed, liud did not return North, threw themselves into the maelstrom of politics; and, being Northern men, took iho h ad in reconstruction measures, th:n ugiiut injr, lh South. This they did the more readily, because many of the o d time Southerners, who had not yet re covered from the animosities engen dered by the war, were not content to "accept the situation," and uyoided politics out of ou,osition to the act ol Congress according the colored pooplo eqiml i ihtsi In this ihey had acted unwisely, and the singular polit ical condition in tho South was large ly to be attributed to this fact. For the condition of affairs in tho ."'oulli, the colored peoule were not wholly to blame and much might be said in justification of the Southern people, but he tliei'iienkor did not propose discussir.fr polities though it might be stated that reconstruc iotl best suc ceeded in Minsissipp, but rather in a plain, Btiaghtilorwaid manner to present the advantages and resources of Mississippi, invitio'i immigration. The Southern people were honiti Mo and Jlississippians would welcome all Irom the North who came to iden tify themselves with tho interests and prorpcrity of dial state. (Tlio speaker here dwelt at some length on the agricultural resources anil climatic advantages of the stale.) The speaker, in response to inter rogatories, gave a history of the Vicks burg afT.nr, and ihought both parlies Io the conflict were culpable. The colored men generally were behaving themselves well inclined to work, and some had aruas.-ed considerable wealth Replying to a eolered man in tho gal ¬ lery, tho Colonel said the negroes of the Suuth were very kindhearted and disposed to do right. Tlio Colonel spoke at sorno length, and excited no slight degree of inter est in his cause. He predicted a bright fulure for Mississippi by the infusion ol Noi them men and Northern capital. I slept, end dreamed that life was bennty; I woke, and found that iile waa doty. Wua my dream, then, a shadowy lie f Toil on, sad heart, oourayoously, And thou ah 11 Sad thy dream Io ba A noonday truth and light to thee. The Mex jvb Want. Carlyle fitly says: "The courage to die is of little moment. It is an animal cournge that depends not on our character, but our constitution." What people need now-a-d-jjs, ia the courage to live and meet with manly valor the enmicg that draw up in line to dispute their path, and to carry their t expansibilities nud duties with a fidelity which will the plaudits of their foes. ' . - ' .f ,1 ' " . I i " y . I -I '' 1 1 " .' !! It!' t . . tf i ,. , i I f I I l ' I ri- f i M I if 1 1 '"' ' I 1 ... If ' I , !. ,'. f' r i'l '. t dti I j i n;.. ii if .1 . I I i i'i.. jr 5 i'i' I' i k'' I l!..i I'f.i'H 'i l'l Ii C H h i I -i t; it r'l I'm i of A,'i'ti f I il n Hi (I'll fn Ml fill h.i'l f ; i Ii'' J . ! in ;li it ill li'o"in. uii I t'r i ti ri r'f'illl H ! f M.'r) ! ri'i'iMn id. i "H ii'ii 'u fi'iim Si iV, "Wu'vo ll . ll'l Will'."; Ill "i-iri 1 1, i f j p Ii 1 4 In... ii r in ii k il.'y no J .' 'V i w'l'i i T liul n lli 'iii ji ni'li', Willi li oiioy in llirir i". k'l', 'in I l".'lli iinlt'.'ihu. if I'd' if-:, 'iiiiriili' I. mi'f iu'i'iiri; al'Uiit I io Miti.-i of f hi! i' Cliiir! viiiinuli, St. A nif ii-: i n, J;i' inn. "'Hi Villi'. Kiom the in-lie iti ins Ihus f.ir, the ', I n'u'iTif't, iiiiiiiIht vi-itin K'oii.l i 1 tii tn-.iit wil! rrac'i ll,0;lil,or eoim." thin,' rather in dcccm ol the loul !or ', IhCHiatnof .Mis-H-ippi contains listyeiir. A few st n ted 'ibout the j sum" of the Ii I'M tint'i'T I.i lei fount! iiii idh; of N ivmiilier, un 1 th- re was i tho country. Tl -! I ii'."i leaf yel some inoicas'j in Diwtnbnr, bu. there ' '"W pine aboiimh there, mi I its mag is always a dhpo-iti hi on the part ol ; '-ili -Vit ' 'o.vth is ot.ly surpassed by S'io touiisH to delay th-pni'lii' until after the holiday--. In .la.mary the I'ashional'le liavel fairly coinmeiiee', wry inany arranging to visit tho most attractive points on tho seaboard and Si. John river, bringing uround to New Oi leans in season for the great J P 'aH and l'.ineagou'u. Near the festival of Mardi Gras (tho last day mouth of the la'ter is situated tho belore hen:), which this year -comes city of the same name, nt which are on February 9. Mauy curious inci located a number of saw-mills, dents may be witnessed, with giodjSouieof the pines growing along effect, in St. Aui'inline anion'' lhe old these, streams are to said to reach an Spanish families, but the modern ac-1 cessories found iu New Orleans Bre "stuiini.-isr." The -rreat rush of travel lakes place in March, stimulated by the approach of cold, seaiehing winds, so prejudicial to tlio health of uuny. Accommodations by rail and steam ers are now first class, including every luxury. Rates areas follows: AJ1 rail from New York to Ja-ksonville, $37 50; by steamship, via Cluilcstou or Savannah, $27 75. The St. John river blooms with oraugo groves as never before. E ich year the groves aro inoro extended. In a word, orange culluro, if properly inani'god, h-s been demonstrated a success, ami the interest is now cou sidered a permanent one. As to ac commodations lor travel, considera ble improvements have taken place within the past yeur, particularly at fhitcrpriso and Green Cove Springs. Special attention has been given io the culture of pleasuie giounds, though in some intai ces bui dings have been extended. Travelers will experience a hniiuy deliverance in the substitution of iron rails for wooden ones, and steam power for locomo tives ou tho railroad from Tocoi to St. Augustine di.-tanco fifteen miles which many a tortured victim re members with sorrow. Tl e comple tion of the Grand Hotel at Jackson ville, with balconies overlooking the placid bosom of the St. John' river, is one of the noticeable events. After all, the rival attractions of tho piuey woods of Southwestern Georgia ou the lino of the Atlantic and Gulf railroad, should not be overlooked. Such a spot as Valdosta, for example, brings health to many a languishing invalid, when tho moist atmosphere of Florida, however bewitching in ils blooming graves and dreamy mirage, could afford no relief. For pleasure Florida is inimitable; for health there are other regions, where the aroma of balsam fills the air, which the physi cians would recommend more h ably. He who receives a favor should never lorget it ; he who does one should never rememlier it. If we could read the secret history of our enemies, we should find in each man's Iile sorrow ami suffering enough to disarm all our hostility. We sh juid act with as much ener gy as those al.o expect everything from themselves : and we should pray with as much earnestness as! lima tr Vi ia aviiAi! as aat ti I n - frnm I yjod.-Fuller. x ' f " '' " I ' , ' - I 1 '''! ' I'l.'- ' I '"' , f 4 - -f . ' 5 I . ( t . ' . . I . i, ! i I i : ' - I . j I ft I . I '..' I .f .1 ,1 . . t f 4 t 0 I- . 1- .1 1 1 . 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Kl i , no I Pu'i iiifiiiilu, Ms., hiru li.vii the chief umiiuIhc- ... . . . lui'in' an I nliii i-in,' points lu tl,0 Gulf Sia'es. 1 th-i famous "big trees i tllil Sil'I'I-HS " I '' he laie contn'ii iiliwai'ds ff three thou-iin-l miles of water course-", nav igable lor rafts, and rendering uoeersi ibie a vtHt otnoui-t of lino limber. Tne chief lumbering rivers aro the altitude of one hundred feet without i a crook t r limb being visible. The ! hind in these southern pineries is of a different nature from that in Michi gan and other uorlhwesiern stales, it is a course sand or gravol, ami so hard that no ruts ure nude by a loaded wagon pising over it. There is little or no u.'idergru wth, which is a successful preventive of forest fires which prove so destructive iu our northern pineries. It ulso precludes the necessity ot "swamping." Largo tracts of land, where logs would have Io be hauled but one or two miles, may be purchased from one to live dollars an ucie. Noi ihwestorn Lumberman. The Lumber Supply. The lumbermen of the United States awl Canada proposo a despe rate remedy for the evils which seem to envirou their business with dis heartening and adverse results. Tho plau proposed is sinii'ar to that, adopted by the coal oil producers of Pennsylvania somo years ago, when they found the market overstocked by the superabundant supply nud prices depressed fai below a profita ble average. This seems to be in part the condition of the lumber trade to--day, and to over prodncthi may be attributed the inter stagua tion af the businesj iu all parts of the country lroin the Gulf to the Britisfi provinces. It is a question of doubt whether the plan suggested by the recent couventions at Nor folk and Ottawa will be found prac ticable. The large producers with abundant capital may find no diffi culty io holding on to their etoiks far an iudcunito period, while the small mill-owners, laboring under a pressure unite in consonance with limited means; and credit, will be lor'td to realize ou their products at any eost, in order to meet their obli gations. Mauy of the mills iu Geoi eja are in no condition to lock np their material and wait (or a rising market. Tha oljcct ot the adjournment at Norfolk was that there might bo a larger representation from Mary land, the James ami York Diver dis tricts, the different railroads of Yin giuia and North Carolina, Wilming ton and other points, all of which, together, represent a f rodur.tiou of more than 1,000.000 feet of yjllow pine lumber daily. Savannah (Ga.) Republican. f. O f I . i I . 't -. f'i tut v I i ' I f. ft rf f . ( 1. '' I f "I . - ?,-'. f ... u ,-i ( M at I', V ..''k r . - f kt r- r ., .... f, ,, I fl I ' . ,' t ' t ', I I I Ft f t ) n tt, t, . ( I' ; I I f n', ' I i . ' I l,'"-- f, f 4 'r i' f 1 mi I I i i . i' 'f . f t ,1 -! ft - I' ' I'l '( t - f . i .i I !! oi f I ' " I ill III I i( I I, f J ' f.f I i' fi, m I, i I. t ii'.i nl 1 . ,1 I. rl . .f 1 1 . , , f . .,, t I .' ,'!, I 11'.. . '"It of li- . i if -i i . bir-i ii i.'it ii ,if I.-.I l...f. I r.,fl.-' ,. III (i'l , i i-i ,; I.. . "ii. ; .', ',.. I ..l h;i n.f I.-.. I'lf.'f ..i I U i I I.ilffe I .lit ml f ii r, H, i,i. i' y m i- I il i,f,,i', win, in nn I tl,4 i-.im, Oil in l. i..rin I fit I i....ii Iw nfy . U U of )! .rr I.Mf .iM.,-ir-, I..'I k.',-..u !i" li'U' nom 'il .Jrr. I ' ih-'iJ li" ir ,'i for li"Jln Uii ' li'ir i nti l T' ; I (ml ii aru-iu I mf I grape viii-s I'i k-ep d iii gfn-n nil ' weeih, and the guonil inoint. Tiie I in''i improve I won l-ji bl'ly. So my I pile of siw-ln-t i us- I up and it has i . .... .-i'i pai I. Ii' I was to have a mill again 1 would nuke (he bargain to have tho fawdnsl left on Iho ground." Yo r sandii't, we suppose, is main ly from p'lio tim er, which would render it less valuable than would bo the ca-e were il fr .m hardwo id, but Ihero aro sumo fertilizing properties even '.n pine sawdu-t. At Waynes boro, .1iss., there is an immense de posit of rino suwdust where a mill ran some years ago, and Dr. Pi.ts, of tiiat place, has a garden, over which the wash from tho sawdust pile flows with every ruin. It has a marked in fliietue unon the soil, making it unu sually productive. Mobile Register. Tub Moo.v as a Fahmeb. Afarm or tells us that full v one half of tho tillers of the soil in this country be lieve in tho good and bad influences of tho moon in the development of vegetation, and year i fter year they follow the directions that have come down lo us from far-off generations of men. The same remark will hold good for agricultural communities the world over. Products that fruit under ground, as poiatoes, turnips, Ac, are duly planted in the dark of lhe moon. Tho same rule holds, they say, in the setting of feucesposts and tho hying of shingles ; if set iu tho dark of the moon posts will last longer, and shingles will not curl up, as thoy say Ihey will do if laid the light of tlio moon. "Hitch your wagon to a star," is a tranceudental sentence of Emerson's. Agricultu rists do not go so far as that at least we never saw a wagon thus "hitched'' horses, mules, osen , steers, cows, heilers, ifce., bei,.g the usual motors : but half the agricultural world seem to take more stock in astrology than chemistry. They claim that there is a great deal in the moon theory. It is furthermore claimed that moonlight rapidly dcteriates meyts and fish ex posed to the beams of Luna. Kuccsss Means Habd Work -In 1855 a young gentleman regis tered his name in the largest hotel in the city of L tuisville, Ky. Uo had a pretty good wardrobe, sue!) as young men usually have, including a g3ld watch and chain. Ha was in search of occupation. Attheoxpira lion of two weeks he took aa invent ory ol his personal effects. "Out c-f work and no business." He bad a brief interview with the proprietor of lhe hotel. His trunk was left is se curity for his board bill ; he hypoth ecated his watch for the loan of $10, and having kissed the tip end of - his coral fingera lo a kind i-nd sympa thetic landlord, he "went diving for the bottom." He found "bottom" on Water street, where a steamer was being discharged of cotton by Dutch, men, negroes, and Yankees. Having purchased a heavy pair of boots, a blue shirt, and overalls, be com meuced rolling and piling cotton at the rate of five cents pc bale. In three weeks he was promoted lo the position of "marker," with a salary of 1 1 per month, and at tfia expira tion of nine months he had a right to gruf.rrtOW over a salary of J I per mouth. To-day this jcdle isone of the largest basnei3 vh-. UorB in Bay street. .- - - j j c f i ,',. . . ,..,,. !",,. , .,-. .-. .:.il iti mmm4 "-! !'. ft' . 4- t'ff oft 'i 1 in i hi IK-' ''. "Trtritf ! f'l.t.v'i f, ,( ;'. titpi-f ii ... i .ii r. wfi'-t ! ((,i'j i ' '.f irf. .if i " ' il ;" '.k.o'r',.1 if i'. j'i!;h f imi r : ( 1 , , . T fr". 'i-l "i !' ''if .f , ..f U tt. i f i .f,i, f rnt'i I'l i H. ',, ft' ir" .11 l lr.'i!H rtf 'lilftjf, ( I !'' " I f" t fit w lfi lii j r f1;'" '; i-a-'-oieiiw j -'-H."fM i:..ffr..m, fc.,1'1 Ii (T'lilf ' r---."!K mk f,r mi, 'in ff f.kli mrnf.f ifiomtlfW. Tnif t',i rol'.r"! "t M ofn lif'fa '" "' '"'' !" I l'-'l"r ret for flip l"r' l; '' '"'' I'Cfijfriiii.M, Art fiu"i"ri" i!fy in ll.u d'n l-inl In tli! . S 5 '!""' ' r'""' '"' "r llifl nlttnulh tit j'l-t inu'ti wh.ch wiil i0 with ll.l -iih- r si I". IJ-!i'l" fl-rrn ro un In-eon'i-li-fat.le nuinb-'r of colored lm ' pnyira who when lhe pinch come, will reinso to m dragooned Into ft nylein of public robb' ry nl wldcU ll oy, as well as (he whites, will be tho victims. rwi'M Witx Tei.o aoJ everybody lelU tha prion, that ttie Campoit aai hunt Clotbiiiff ea be pnrebaaed only at lhe Mammoth Clothing Tl'iuae of M. P. LEVY A CO.. Not. Hi, 11, and 20 f North Water street, Mobile, Alabama, YiCKSBUito'd Greeting. The fol lowing diapatch was tent lo Gov. Randolph yesterday upon tho receipt of the news of his election to the Uni ted States senate: vicksburo, Jan. 22, 1875. nun. Theodore F. Baudoljih, Morriatown, New Jerney Your old friends in this city send greetings and congratulations upon your election to the senate of tho United States. We rejoice with you ' and congratulate the country. W. II. McCardlo, John Armstrong and others. Tha re-appearance on the political arena of so pure, patriotic and honest a man, is an augury of better and brighter times and as such we wel comoitin this day, when the "land and tho fatness thereof" seem to have been delivered up by an indignant and outraged Providence to the creep ing and crawling things aerated out of reconstruction and the slime and corruption of "iho war," and when (to use their own jargon) hones ty and patrioti;tn are at a discount and "what pays" is the only consider ation. Vioksbarg Herald, CcMPETiTtos Defied. Goods and Frio a ore guaranteed as good and as l ow as the same can be purchased East, North and Went, at the Mammoth CJotbiog House of M. P. LEVY 4 CO.. Noa. 16. 13 and 20 North Wator street, Mobile Ala. A Ten Thousand Dollar Dauoh Ten. On a certaiu day, ou a Penn sylvania railroad, a belle of a thriving Pennsylvania town, the daughter of a wealthy lumber merchant, was traves ling in the same car with a shrewd old citizen of bcr native town and an agreeable gentleman from the West who tells the story. The latter had been talking to the belle, but as the night drew on and the young lady grew drowsy, he gave up his seat to her and placed himself beside the somewhat cyncal Pennsylvauian. The, latter began conversation by pointing to a high mountain, past which they were whirling, and said i "Yon seo that mountain? Six or eight years ago it was covered with as fine a forest as ever grew, and worth $10,000 and upward. Now, without a tree, covered with stumps lhe land is scarcely worth a conti nental. The net produce of tha mountain lies over there in that seat," and he pointed to the recumbent belle; ''that is my calculation. It haa jest absorbed all of that Umber which her father owned to raiui.ftTwC w " oate the girl, p.y fo jewolry, bring her oiwyjj mamtaia her there. young me.i, it yf-...w.,m-B1 , . , . . ,Wl "W-l'W ktM ftp. choice between li HI IL II iW H.1UU1 ---- I on that bCiti rf'S!Sfr?S?rt"rr' 1 duce; but, & ' stumps." . ....... .iiiir-