THE PASCAGOULA DEMOCRAT -STAR
BV P. K. MAYERS & M. U. RICHMOND.
PEACE. GOOD WILL AND PliOSPEHITY TO ALL MANKIND."
TERM8-I2 ISO I'ER ANNUM, IN AIVANCB.
PASCAGOULA, JACKSON COUNTY, MISS., JULY 12, 1878.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
HaviiiK pcrmuiH'iitl.Y located ut Ocean
jJuriuiia ollcra liin rufi-aaioual service to
the people of town and surrounding
country. Thirty years extiiHivu eaperi-
w.re In the valley of the, MtniM'l'
. .i itv ut' N..v Orleans, enable nim
: . ,v.. i.niii.iuiiiiiiil cxDcrieiicc, an con
sultinu lilivMieiun t tho iiiemlc ra of the
liability who are practicing ut the towna
aloiiK the caaM. ;
ATTORNEY A. COUNSELLOR AT LAW
win ..r...-ti.. In all the Court of the
Seventh Judicial Dlatriot. Prompt atten
tion paid to all collection of cIuiiiih.
Refercncca-Ilon. VV . ili'inli-ranii,
Haml-dioro, Misa., and Hon. Roderick Seal,
A. M. Dahlffrrii.
ATTORNEY & COUNSELOR AT LAW,
Biloti and Bean voir, llarrixon Co.,
Will nrai tico in nil the Courts of tlio
Seventh Judicial IMatriet. l'roniit atten.
tion iriveti to the collection of claiiiw.
- Reference Cell. Joa. R. DaVM, llnndn
fioro: Hon. Roderick Seal, MiHaiaaippi
Citv Mill. W. T. Walthall, lleuvoir;
Jude W. A. Cliampliu, Pans Christian, und
J. J. Harry, M. D.,
PHYSICIAN AND 811 lid E O N,
Ocean Spring, Mi.
Oiler hi profcaaloiial service to the
otizpii of Oceau Springs and aurroiiiiiliiig
country. ,, ,. , , ,
Ollice Opposite the Methodist Church.
W. A. CIIAMI'UN. F.U.IOTT lIKMlF.liSO.V.
liamiliu & Henderson,.
JlTrORNEYSA COUNSELLORS AT LAW,
Vault Christian, Mix. .
Will practice in ull tho Court of the
Seventh Judicial District.
ATTORN ERY . COUNSELLOR AT LAW,
Mi! xippi City, Mi.
Pract ices in all the Courts of the Seventh
Judicial District. ".
C. II. M ood,
ATTORNEY & COUNSELLOR AT LAW,
Mo i'nint, Mi.
Practice iu the Courts of Jackson,
Harrison, Hancock, Perry and (ireene.
J. r. Carter,
ATTORNEY & COUNSELLOR AT LAW.
.1 ugusta, Perry Conmiy, M(s.
Will practice in the Cuits of the Sev
enth Judicial District.
!. A. livorllirop,
uljliceut '( t'hri'lUni, Mi.
Will visit nil points upon the Coast,
giving notice whenever he moves, ut pres
ent at Pass Clirislinn.
S. JIOOI'. D.,
rilYSIClAN AND SUKIiEON,
Ollice and rcsiilcnoe ne ar the Scii.-diorc
Hotel-, residences and piwt-l)lcc.
rTlVriiimiiii, ni. i.,
PHYSICIAN AND SURUEON.
Respectfully tenders his services to the
i-iti.ens of I'a'srjijjuiila, SerautoB and .Hons
Ol KICK Ok I'ascajtonla street, opposite
the railroad stoshuijs, Scranton. Hours
pi A. M. to 2 T. and ft t'i 7 I. M. Resi
dence at the Se-shnre.
NEW A RRANGKM ENTS.
Wii have i a-d the Hahnks Hotki. for
live years. It isthe finest Hotel Huilding
on t he llulf Coast. Acciuniiiisiiitions for
tire hundred persons. Never has been a
rase of Yellow Fever at this place. Itath
ing and Fishing unsurpassed. Ililliurds,
J en Pins and all other amusements for La
flies andt'hildr A full Itrassand String
fiuiii'.. Magnificent Pie.-Nic and Encamp
ment Grounds of fifteen acres. Live Oak
Shades, and Springs of Pure and Sulphur
Water. Hathing and Fishing privileges
frrr of tliarur. '1 lie Haines Hotel will bo
first-class iu every respect, lernis reason
able in accordance with the times.
( II AS. E. SM KDES. ? 1r( ,..:,...,,
JNO. E. ROWLAND, 1 r"''r" '
May 1. W. , 7-:tm
OCEAN SPKINGS MISS.
He will repair all kinds of Fire-arms,
ISowing Machines, and general blacksmith
It oik done on short notice.
Also pays the highest ca.ih prices fisr
h tml., BEESWAX, HIDES, ECUS, IHOX,
VJU.S.S, OOri'EH, LEAD, ZIXC
Haa on hand lk Stwves, which lie
Will sell at New Oifcvins prices.
April ifti, lfflri.
Kakakl Sanxiio. Nicholas Tali Avrix.
Sancho & Taltavull,
C'OXFECTWyEK V & BA KElt Y.
There ia also attached to this establish
meut UN ELEGANT SODA VATEE ui VI MM SUM
The public ia respectfully invited to
fcive us call.
fV All onliTS for Balls, Parties, Soirees,
tfc, attmtdMf n short notice, and at
April ltf, 1H7S. 4-fsa
, tfr. C. (IkMM'V ha resumed the
Wax-lice of Dknustkv in all its Ismocheii.
Particiilur attention paid to the inserting
of aktikicialtkkth, froui one to a full
May 1(7i. , O-Hiu
lOHN V. TOULME & SONS
llmt HI. .flint,
.3 '(tuners ww? Mtnnf(K$ttrer8
OTS, SIlfJES ami HAUXKSS.
"Order Milieite4 ud "promptly filled.
f-utir SMtisfwtMM gtisranteML
T 1J K COURTS.
. RKOtli.AR TV.KM8.
CIRCUIT COURT SKvr.NTH IhsTtticT.
Jam i-.s S. IIamm, Judgn.
Thomas 8. Komi, Dintiitt Attorney.
In the county of Ijuidcrdale on the sec
ond Moiulay of February und August, and
continue, eighteen day.
In the county of Kemper, on the first
Monday of March and September, und
continue twelve days.
In the ?oimty of Clarke, on the third
Monday of March and September, and
continue twelve duy.
In the county of Wayne, on the first
Monday of April and October, and ron
tinue six days.
In the county of flreeiie, ou tho .icennd
Monday of April and October, and con
tinue six days.
In the county of Jackson on the fourth
Monduv after t he fonrt li Monday of April
and October, and continue twelve days.
In the county of Harrison on tne tnmi
Mnudav after the fourth Monday of April
and October and continue six days.
In the rnnntv of Hancock on the first
Monday alter the fourth Monday of April
and October, and continue twelve days.
Iu tho county ot .Million, on iu- Miiriu
Monday in April mid October, nml con
tinue six days.
In tho countv ot Perry on the third
Monday of April and October, mid con
tinue six days.
CHANCERY COURT 7tii DisrnttT.
GEORGE WOOD, Chancellor.
In the county of Jackson, on the first
Monday of March and September, and
continue six days.
In the county of Harrison, on the second
.Monday of March and September, and
continue six days.
In the county ofHancock, on the third
Monday ot March and September, and
continue six day.
In the county of Pearl, on the tourtn
Monday of March and September, and
continue six days.
In the county ol Marion, on tnt in
Monday in March and September, and
continue six days.
In the countv ol t erry, on ttie nrsi
Mon lay in April and October, and contin
ue Mix days.
I,, tin imtv of Greene, on the second
Monday in April and October, and con
Iu the county of ayne, on the fourth
Monday after the fourth Monday of March
mil September, and coniinuesix nays.
In thecouutvof i inrKe.oiMiieiii-si .'noi-
ilav iu May and November, and continue
Iu the countv ot l.nuiteriiaie, on me
second Monday ol May and November,
and continue twelvedays.
In the county ot Kemper, on the tonrili
Monday of May und November, and con
tinue six days.
RED : T 0 R E
Fass Christian Miss.
LAIiG EST ASS0inM EM
AND CHEAPEST PRICES ON THE
Having moved into our new and co'oiniu-
dious Store with the Inrftest and
Bint ac.lcctcd stock of
Saddlery, Shoes, Hals,
WILLOW Si WOODENVVAKE,
Hardware, Tinware, and Cutttcry,
At New Orleans Price.
The Red Store will pay the Cahii for Cot
ton, Wool, Hides, Tallow, Beeswax,
etc., and if our prices for goods are ,
not lower than tiu y can be bad
elsewhere, we do not ask
any one to buy of us. ,
Come and see for
Wc have no branch nlore.
JORM'S IiED STOKE.
May 31, 1H7S. 3
TIIK B.I OF II1LOXI,
Near the Ocpot, Biutvi, Mrss.,
Jfph F. frrrrn, rrrritir.
IT Bi-st Win Lienors and CigaTS al
w avs on Kaitd.
May 1, lr7C. '-"h
' M OSDKU.
A child ran lauglilnn on the beach,
The sun shone warm and bright
Upon her waving golden hair,
Her tiny form to slight,
" I wonder why the world's so fair,
So full of sun and song,
I wonder why big folks don't laugh
And play tho whole day long."
A maid was walking on the strand,
She gai:el fur out to sea
Where, o'er the sunlit waters rode
A bark ho gallantly.
" Ah, love is coining o'er the waves,
Is coming soon to me,
I wonder how, in this sweet world,
Old folks such shadows so."
A woman stood upon the shore,
Her eyes with weeping, red,
Looked sadly on the cruel sea
That ne'er gives up its dead.
" I wonder why the world was made
So dark and full of care,
No wonder that life's but den seeuu
Too great for one to bear."
Near by tho window's ledge there sat
A grand dame old and gray
The window looking out to sea
Where ships at anchor lay.
" I wonder hen mine eyes shall see
Life's ship at anchor lie
Within God's harbor peacefully
For ull eternity."
W7r SOMK 00 TO CllVKCB.
Some go to church just for a walk,
Some go there to laugh and talk.
Home go there the time to spend,
Some go to meet a friend.
Some go to learn the parson's name,
Some go there toovouud his fame.
Some go there for speculation.
Some go tin re tor observation.
Some go there to doze and nod,
Hut few go there to uoitihip God.
A Sequel to the True Story of Kilty Mo
IIV (JAliK 1IAMPSTKAII.
CHiief tliil not sofU'it tlio lawyer
iiolitician. Closing hin iIikiis to lie
ytize of tw world, lie was wrapped
in impenetrable gloom, mayue, or
t I 1 1 1 1 1 ir over liis aiultilioiis
scheiiieK. None could solve tne
mental Ktate of the man who stood
beneath the fearful shadow ot
Alter a time lie c.tmC fo!t, and
threw himself iulo tlie contest w ith
a uiant's .strength, lie gave- him
aeil no rest, but hero, there, where
ever his strong, liiiidiny liand was
iieedetl he Hew. Jle won the day
In liin hour of success people forgot
the dead wife's tra ,ie end, and cried
hurrah lor tho brave, invincible
Gol. Calmer. Alas! that sinew the
days f our Saviour t tie same voices
that nnir tiomMtiiu to-tlay. can to
morrow cry, " crircity iii ? "ciicUy
Hat tti'e hoarsest guttural voice
cry i lie out the name of the new
leader, was sweeter to his ears than
the divinest music. It was not tor
liiiu to patise nml philosoliizeover
It HpiiearM the simplest, easiest
iiertoim.inee for men to marry. We
are constantly aniazei neu witne
hideous Mr. Snooks, or dilapidated
Mr. Jlt'own, enters the nooso matri-
moiiiiil. It was ot contse Very easy
for t5ol. Cslmer, now that all eyes
were bent upon him in admiration,
to choose whom he would ot the
fairest ot tho fair. He was not to
be hoodwinked this time bo be
witching fairies, coy home-lovers
like Kitty McClaue.
W hen a year had passed a stately
queen, a world-wise rasnionauie
woman, entered tne Handsome
dwelling as Mrs. Calmer. She
brought into the wealthy little tow n
i new life by liergay balls, splendid
dinners, theatricals, and more than
all of th6se, her undisputed reign
as married belle. None could dress
so well, glide so gracefully through
the dance, or display sucti general
ship in system of manotivering
that won scores of the disaffected
over to the coioneis suie. one
would hnve been the queen of lob
byists at Washington ; as it was she
was purely a splendidly successful
woman of tho world.
Verily the colonel had found the
pearl for which he sighed. Was be
satisfied 1 Surely be had sacrificed
the teuderest love ot the fuudest
heart tor this cent. lie bad uo
cause to complain since sbe was all
he bad craved lor so long.
Time passed on. Kitty McCibiio
could not always be a bride, neither
could her sucurauir remain forever
in mil dress, aikI company maimer.
The queenly torm must needs be
sometimes attired in every day
garb ami every -day ways and Mo
tions. As it bad beeu impossible
for Kitty to play the role of a grand,
queenly woman, so it was beyond
the present Mrs. maimer s xwer to
become the endearing, busy
thoughtful koma body Kitty bad
beeu. There waa no disorder in
the how almost gorgeous dwelling,
mere pride kept (Ittiigs iirescauWts
but there wan scruly ltk 1
btwtiDess in the lioioe ways and
feelings. Col. Calmer was waited
npo like a prince by the best of
servants, but beyond this mere ad
ministration to his bodily wants, be
was starved like n pauper. No love
word escaping from an overflowing
heart, uo tender caresses came to
liini now. He did not know he
valued these little trifles once, but
now they were magnified into very
importaut blessings. Mrs. Calmer
had lived so long in the hollow at
mosphere of the world that her
heart hail wasted nway into pain
fully small dimensions. Yet she
was justice itself to her husband.
She bargained only for her fine,
attractive powers as a leader ot the
ton, and more, he had no right to
expect or demand. Mis. Caltner's
life, since girlhood, had been given
to the tasiitonauie existence ot
courted belle. If her miud had
dwarfed iu a true, deep sense for
want of culture, could her husband
complain that after a few years hail
passed he became weary of the little
sparkle ot wit that at lirst so
pleased liiinT Jle saw too niter, a
very long time that his wife, the
better to win lor In in or herself,
could resort to little tricks, du
plicity, and often downright false
hood. Whatever sins he elung to
himself, he was unmerciful to the
sins of others, especially sin in his
wile. Once he got a gliuipse of
this dual nature he condemned her
entirely. Itut ho could not banter
and torture us he had dune the
clinging vine Kitty. No indeed ;
thfs imperious queen had a way of
turning upon his delinquencies, u
sharp worldly way that was ever
lady like, yet the effect was potent.
The colonel found but one sine re
treat from ber quick, ready tongue,
and that was down at his office,
where like a caged bear he passed
most of his time.
The years sped on. The heads of
this couple were silvered with grey.
As time subdued the fiery pride and
ambition ot Col. Calmer he found
himself yearning for a true heart to
love and rest upon, lie remembered
in the far off time most vividly a
love that hail been once given him
a heart that could not live with
out his smile. At this late day he
saw things with tctribledistinctuess
saw Kitty's love, grand, noble, pure,
saw Kitty's death and trembled at
last to feel it was his own work.
But all this time Mrs. Calmer,
true to her instincts, lived iu gay ,
scenes, am? was growing old, ou!
paints and hair dye came into play.
Time did not improve hef temper or
her morals, but i?ople f'voni habit
accorded her the palui as a fashion-
(iotnr to Stump the Stale.
Col. E. W. Upshaw, of Hollv
Springs, whom we had the pleasure
of meeting ut the press convention,
has takMi out a patent for the fol
lowing exccHvnt national platform :
'The iitow-lioldersagin the bond
holders, and greenbacks a legal
The colonel fiays (to tainting to
sttimpthe Statu ou that platform,
and wants the press to invite the
ladies w idows especially to come
out and hear him. lie is a fine
looking gentleman, not more than
i.) years old, has a handsome in
come, been a widower twenty years,
uo incumbrances m the way ot
small children, and thinks he could
make a handsome and intelligent
young widowquite happy. We w ill
give timely notice when he visits
JL Butt llewson, a former editor
of the Jackson Pilot, has brought
suit against ex-Gov, Alcorn for the
sum of $S.'!(0, alleging that he con
traded with Alcorn to furnish the
brains and write his speeches for
the campaign, for which he was to
receive half the proceeds of the
office ot" governor and senator,
aud that " Windy Jim " has failed
to make an honest divide, llewson
writing speeches tor Alcorn is de-
idedly rich. While we have no
use for Alcorn, we know that he is
man of ability, and needs no one
to write speeches fof Imn. Jirun-
The tollowini: letter ia selected from
hundreds on tile in the olllce'of Messers.
Kerslew & Co., Proprietors "Jnrgiele
wici's Anti-Kheiimatie Miituro," P. O.
Box 140b', New Orleans.
Mr. John McGintv. corner Julia and
Water sts.. New Orleans. La.. avs: "I
was for seveu months so completely crip-
pieo wan uneuiiiutiHiji, Muit I count not
walk uor staud up straight, and could only
ot aoout Dy crawliu(oD my bands and
nees. and was almost eoimiuntlv suf
fering agonies with pain. I took two bot
es ol tne " jurirlelewicx Anti-uneumatic
Mixture.'' and was cured. I bad several
physicians, but they failed to relieve ate.
One injected morphine, which only relieved
we temporarily. It la now three years
since i waa cured by your medicine and i
have had no Uaeu mutism since, althonb
my business ia such, that I am constantly
exp-ieed to bad weather.''
The tnoat exquisite pleasure is derived
from Ir. Price's Cniqile Perfumes. His
A'.ista Bouquet, Sweet Cloder, IMliea'
Favorite, and other handkerchief odors,
are as fragraut and natural an the flowers
from which they are made. They aee truly
A tittle girl was reprve4 fr
playing l tloors with boys, and
informed that, being aeveii years
old, she was "too big for that mw."
Uut with all imaginable innocence,
he replied : 44 Why, the bigger we
row, the better we like 'eiu."
NEWS OF THE WEEK.
MORMONS FOR HALT LAKH.
London, July C. Six hundred
Mormons, including five, hundred
Scandinavians and one hundred
English and Welsh, bound for Salt
Lake City, sailed from Liverpool
ou Saturday last.
The Time Paris dispatch says
that one thousand two hundred and
sixty-nine communists have been
allowed remission or commutation
of punishment in honor of the ex
position teto : nor were the poor of
the parish forgotten , 4(1,1X10 francs
were distributed among tliein, bo
sides grants from local relief funds.
San Francisco, July 8. Great
excitement prevails in the neigh
borhood ot Ileppuer, Lmatill
county, relative to the Indian
troubles. News has been received
that the Indians have attacked
Carson City. No particulars. I'ar
ties have commenced moving their
families to places of safety. The
Umatilla Indians have put their
women and children on the reserva
tion mid ioiued the host iles. Every
body is expecting a general uprising
and a prolonged war.
San rrniicisco, July 2 A Tort
land dispatch states that Governor
Chad wick received the following
Canyon City, O., June Our
scouting party are surrounded bv
Indians, mid are fighting ou the
south fork ot John Day river. The
Indians are pouring in John Day
Valley. Militia force is not sulli
dent to protect us, and are in the
rear of the India is. There are no
troops iu our valley. We have but
tew armsaud but little ammunition
Order the State militia out imtne
diately to our assistance. Forward
arms and ammunition with an escort
to arm our citizens, liaise them at
Dallasit voucau. Time isprecious,
(Signed) F. C. Lecs.
(51? MAT FIUR tN MEMPHIS ABOUT
Memphis, Julv o. About two
o'clock this morning, a fire broke
out near the boiler head of the
Anchor Line steamer Capitol Citv,
from V lckNunrglor St. Ijouis, while
lying' at the elevator here, and iu a
tew minutes the whole boat was
wriMit in flames.
Ihe olhcers, crew and passengers
barely escaped with their lives,
leaving clothing and evervthinir
behind. A strong westerly wind
was blowing at the time, and before
the fire engines and tugs could
each the scene the elevator was on
ire, and- the gale drove the Haines
through the building, where was
stored a thousand barrels of oil,
bagging, and other inflammable
articles which caused such terrific
heat as to speedily drive back the
firemen, but not until one named
Conners had been dangerously
As soon as tho fire was discov
ered Capt. Crane ordered the boat
to be cut loose, in order to save the
elevator, but the gale held the boat
hard against it until pulled tilt by a
tug, when the boat floated down
stream a hundred yards among
some trading and wood boats, and
burned to the boiler deck. After
setting these boats on fire, the ele
vator soon burned to the water's
edge and together with a large
amount of valuable meichandisu is
a total loss, despite a heavy rain
which was falling at the time.
The body found ou the Capitol
City, this morning, has beeu indeii
titled as that of Thomas Kwing, ot
Colfax, lud., by hisued wife, lie
was seventy -three years of age and
was returning home from the South.
Capt. Crane put his wife on the ele
vator w hen the fire was discovered
and told lit in to follow, but he
turned back to save something left
behind aud was lost.
Mr. Kobi iison, of Longwood,
Miss., was severely but not danger
ously burned. All the crew are
sate, and the only passenger known
to be lost is Mr. Ewiug.
The boat was crowded witb pas
sengers when she arrived here, but
a majority of them had gone ashore.
Another body, supposed to be
that of a lame dock passenger for
St. Louis, from Point Lookout, was
fotind on the wreck of the Capitol
City this afternoon, with a leg and
arm burned off and the body burned
to a crisp.
Some twenty bag of govern went
nail was destroyed and the re
mainder more or less damaged.
The boat bad -0 baloa ot cotton and
200 sacks of cotton aeed, and a lot
of miscellaneous freight, for St.
Louis, all which was lost. There
was in tlie elevator two thousand
pieces of bagging, a thousand bar
rels of oil, a thousand barrels of
meal, five hundred barrels ot flour,
two hundred bales of hay. aud a
large amount ot miscellaneous
freight, little of which was coveted
by insurance. It is estimated that
the total loss by tbo fire will reach
a quarter uf m million dollars. .
HOW THE AXNOCNCK-VKXT OF
DEATH OF THE QUEEJf OK
BFAUf WAS RECEIVED.
Lo idon, July L The announce
ment of the death of thoqueeuof
Spain was received with iirofoond
sorrow nnd sympathy throughout
Europe. The feeling in Spain al
most approaches consternation.
For several days Ihe palace in
which the queen lay dying was the
center of incessant and vigilant
inquiries. Hopes were raised at
the crisis of the queen's disease
that her vigorous constitution
might triumph over the complica
tion ot maladies, but her condition
was doubly perilous by the fact she
was expected to become a mother
before the end of the year, and fin
ally became hopeless. She died In
the anus ot the king and was sur
rounded by the royal family. Her
remains lie in state to-day and w ill
be conveyed to the royal mauso
leum at the Escurial Friday.
OIIKKCK PREPARING TO PROTECT
II Kit TERRITORY.
London, July C. A Poradispntch
to the Time says :' Owing to the
alarming spread of the brigandage
in Thessaly, Gieece is reported to
be massing large forces on the
frontier to protect herown territory
THE MONTENEGRIN QUESTION SET
London, July (J The Times I5er
liu dispatch says the Montenegrin
question was settled at Monday's
sitting of the congress, iu accord-
mice with the Austrian program me
Montenegro received aconsiderable
increase ot territory on the north
and northeast, and acquired, sub
ject tocertain restrictions, Autivari,
with its harbor. She does not ob-
tain the shore south of Autivari,
and care is takeu to have about
twenty miles between Montenegro
aud Servia, for the contemplated
Austrian railway to Salonica. This
territory, ceded to Montenegro, is
about halt what was allotted her in
the San Stefauo treaty.
WHAT AUSTRIA DESIRES.
Constantinople, July C Oflicial
intelligence is roouved that the
Austrian plenipotentiaries iu the
congress stated that Austiia soul; lit
the co-operation of the Turks, and
did not desire the withdrawal of
the Ottoman troops. The conceit
t ration of file latter at Xovi Bazar
therefore would be useful in carry
ing out the object aimed at. The
Porte's representatives did not for
mally protest against the occupa
tion. They only hiaile some ob
servations which are now being dis
PORTION OF BESSARABIA TO BE
CEDED TO RUSSIA.
Loudon, July G. lie titer's tele
graui company lias received the
following dispatch from Berlin
The congress has decided to cede
to l'ussia that portion of Bessarabia
which she lost in 185b, extending
from tlie t ruth to Jvilia alive.
The congress also decided to trans
fer Dobriidseha to Kouinania.
The frontier of the new territory
is to bo advanced so as to run from
the neighborhood of Silistria, with
out lncludm;; that town, to Man
golia, on the Black Sea. liouirjuiiia
will thus acquire a fertile tract of
country, and be established ou both
banks of the Danube.
The congress him recognized the
iidepoudeiice of Itoumaniu and
THE PORTE URGED TO YIELD.
Berlin, July 0. Iu the congress
to-day the representatives of liou-
mania were present And made a
statement of their Hainis. It is not
expected their demands will be
granted. The congress will acknow-
ledge the iudcoeudunceof Kouinania
only ou condition that all religions
be granted liberty ot worship.
It is anticipated that the question
of the occupation of Bosnia and
Ilerzegovinia by Austiia will soon
be brought before tae congress
again and carried ro a result. All
the Euroneau I towers have in
structed their ambassadors ia Con
stantinople to urge ttt itorte to
London, July C. A Berlin dis
patch says that all ersoni, arrested
in conuocUon with NobelniKS at
tempt upon tbeeuiieror,H life, have
been libor.ited. Nobehug syouugest
brother was discharged last week.
Rome, Jaly C. The ministerial
organ (I)iretto ) emphatically denies
that Italy intends to seek comiien
satiou in Albania for the Austrian
oocuiatioii of Bosnia au.1 Herzego
RESIGNATION OF THE GREEK UIN-
Athens, July 2. The Greek min
ifctrv have rcnigiied in consequence
of the objection by the premier to
some promotions mad by the min
ister of war. lung George has not
yet accepted their resignation.
Publie Health Jeopardized.
Tara are hakiai nowdnra now ia the
sarkrt wkica conUaio oubtJui iujwnoua
ta health, and the public abonld he warned
acainat aaing them. Ir. Priee'a Cnam i
Raking Powder ia known to he free from
them unbalance, and ia naed in the fa ni-1
lira ff the meet earefnl and i;ci iua
nedical aro ia tbia country.
THE NAUTILUS SPOKEN.
The Daring Little Cuff a Quarter of the
Way Across the 0?san,
New York Herald Jnne KM.
The dory Nautilus, tho smallest
boat that has ever attempted to
cross the ocean, was tpolteu on the
19th inst. by the sfeaiier Adriatic,
dipt. Jennings, of tlie White Star
Line. It will be remembered that
the little craft sailed from City
Point South liostqii, uu Monday,
June oil. It contained only two
persons, the Andrews brothers,
expected to reach, Havre iu safety
and exhibit the. vessel iu Paris.
Mr. Win. E. CUCrayburn, purser
of the Adriatic, gives the following
account of the meeting between
the big steamer and the little dory:
On the 19th inst.. at 9:15 a.m., lati
tude 44 degrees 42 minutes north,
longitude Ti'J degrees 30 minutes
west, the oQlcer on tho bridge
sighted a small white speck on tho
ocean, and soon found it to be the
sail of a small boat. There was
excitement a lining the passengers,
many believing .ft to be a shi's
boat with a distressed crew. Tho
officers and wiser fronds ou board,
after reflection, came to the. conclu
sion that the sail .belonged to the
Naiiti.'ns, mauf et by the brothers
Andrews,' from Uoston, ou their
voyage to Havre. 1 he t to vessels
rapidly approached, and in about
fifteen minutes the Nautilus hauled
alongside and one of the brothers
oaught the rope thrown them from
the Adriatic. Kind-hearted Caot.
Jennings inquired. , their wants and
pressed theiu .to, ree'eive supplies-
These they refused, saying that
they had stopped inerely to inquire
the latitude and longitude. They
were somewhat impatient and
seemed to chafe under the delay
they experienced iu getting the in
formation they asked for. Neither
was inclined to be communicative,
but thev said that they had been
becalmed three days since leaving
Boston. Iu about ten minutes their
position was handed them over tho
ship's side. Then their limited
can vas was spread and away they
sped and were soon out ot sight.
Ihree ringing cheers aud a tiger
were given them by the passengers
aud crew of the Adriatic as they spoil
away. , The brothers looked well
and happy, and bad all the appear
ance .ot hardy American sailors.
Thej'jSiiiil they bad provisions for
sis uiouthb, but where it was stowed
one could hardly imagine. The el
der brotheV seeuied much rougher
than the younger, who hail an un
commonly handsome face, with it
mixture ot sadness and determina
tion 'in 1iis countenance not often
seen. .Many were tueopiiuous giv
en during tho day as to their jour-
iit-y, and many termed tlio exploit
tool-tardy, but one and all wished
thein tiod speed.
1 he Nautili s was built at Glouces
ter, Mass. She is 19 feet over all,
loh on bottom, and i inches deep.
The sails contains 25 yards light
duck or drilling, bent on a boom
23 feet long, 2J feet in diameter,
and is what is called lateen rig.
Her mast is 8 foot long above deck
tud S:i inches in diameter, tho hoist
ing and lowering movement being
identical with that ot a jib on a.
schooner. Her other sails consist
of a square stormsail of 5
yards, rigged on a boom 9 feet
id a still smaller one 011
yards, which is bent on to a rom
running from the mast-head to the
traveler like a topping tilt. She is
copper lasteued throughout, is
buovantas aeork and weighsabout
five hundred pounds iu complete
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association, called to be held at
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day in September uext, are hereby
aunouuoid. As a mutter of pru
dence, authority has beeu assumed
to name alternates.
The secretary ot the State asso
ciation will issueaud furnish certifi
cates of appointment iu conformity
with this auuouuceiueut.
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gate. . P. Tbompsou, Aberdeen,
W. J. L. Holland, DoJJj-Swings,
delegate. Pattou li. -Murray, Ox
II. P. Johnston, Kosciusko, dele
gate, is. jr. wouea, W inona, alter
J. J. Shannon, Meridian, delegate.
J. L. iJcCuIlum, Yazoo City, alter
nate. FIFTH Dlb'TKICT.
J. L. Power, Jackson, delegate.
P. K. Mayers, Paocagoula, alternate.
W. II. MeCardle, Vicksburg.
delegate. TbomasGrattou, Natchez,
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