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PSiVpRlEToiH UiTt Km nri rvtrrrxi rf rv-nr y Al t ! rr . r " r-nw p. . tuvrjr ..." FRrnT.. fv.jvx . iwn. Thr Democrat Star i ly far the brtt nrivrtiine miNlinm in South Misiii. It hit a Inrvr honaftJe Hrrnlatinn, and ia now tM'iity nine jaar old. Ailvertis rrt. War thin in mind. Fok nil death notk-ea ami mar rinitM excelling ten linen iiiiniuti type, or alniut wvrnty words, we charger regular ndvrrtiHiug rutea. Parties fending aiu-li to tliia office nill Umr llii in mind. BAIIALA iontftic, un the Jack kou road, liia been thanked to the name of C anrepiirit. New Hampshire has lironght suit agaiiiDt Loiiiciana to recover 100,000 alleged to Ik- due her. AYoNDKR what liua become ol our old friend and correnpoiiilent, Siiiip Henna T Let ua hear from hi in. THE national ietititkuii con veil tioii ill meet in Chicago June I'd, to uominate candidate for pieal dent and vice-preaideiit. THE coiij;reaioiial cuiuinitteeon public bnildinga haa recommended an arot iatioii of f 100,000 lor tlio erectiou of a imblic buiMhi". ut Juckrou. TllE Martli Uraa eelelnntion ut Mobile next Tueaday ia mill wil be grander than anytlniii; ot the kind in the hixtory ot the Uulf City. Thouxauda of viaitota from abroad will be in attendance. The Muidi Uraa eommitlee ol liatidaboro will m-vc id our thank for a coiiijilimeiitary ticket to I licit cat nix al eiiteitaimcut and to tin ball. IlainUhoru a yettinj; up a big tamivul entertainment. We ate requeated to atate that cue J. M. bonlcn ia nolicitiii' for Mibaciibera to Vicke,'a Fircniilt' Visitor, along the t onal, nnd Unit lie doe lot lultill hia eoutraeta. He propoNea to furnihh the paper and four cliromoa lot $1, hut niter collecting the money he ia noi heard fioin itptiii. licwureof him. Gen. Bob Toomdh, ot Gcorin, has been uiiauimonaly elided li.v the ntudcntrt of Oxford univeiHily to deliver I he annual oration to the literary aodelica in June, and lia accepted. The auliject of the ml dreaa will he: "The Dulica ol the Hour, and the l'roHpectk iSelorc Ua." THE diMroa aiuoug the people iu Irelaud ia very ".teat, mid lelicl ocieliea ate being organized all ever the United States for the ben efit ol the hi Bel era. The New Yolk Herald otieii ed a aulmciiptiou Hat Wediieadiiy and headed it with $100,000. The Sew Oilcan Demo crat lollowiug the liolile example opened a lit lLuiday beading the Mine with $000. These paper Ut nerve Ibe higheat credit for the ex ample set. TOE largest printing press made and I he most gigantic printing ma chine iu the woild haa teceutly been put into the preaa room of the St. Louia Republican office. It ia the iloe Double Webb jerlect jog preaa and folding inachiue, which printaand tolda two peitect pueia at a aiogle oHration. It baa a capacity of 30,000 ertect pa leri. . prints on both aide at once) per hour, printed, cut, folded and pasted. This ia considered the neplm ultra ot printing pteea tri ninpba. THE philanthropist. Dr. 0. M. Vaiden, lias now seventy-tour stu dents at Oxford university whom be ia supporting at bin own ex penre. Their average coat er sea aioii on the me as system, ia $10 a piece, which ia about thirteen cents per day lor each. Dr. Vaiden has been supporting a number of stu dents at the university for three years, and, baa nent Iu th a way over $8000. He asks the legisla ture to make an appropriation for the erection of cottages tor these young men to live In while at school, which should be gianted by all tiiesua. The Doctor ia doing a (real work and should receive the etivM)rymnt of our legislature, STATE PEIS05. Li-t week i. Hjiiii1:hi & Co. publhed a lull elatemeut ol the leanuciirent of the iiiiteiitia ry under their lease, which r.hos uj very well, M-cuuiari illy and other is', both a regard I la ir in terest ami that of the State. Thia atatemeut kIio that there er fewer ewaia-a muter me preaeiit leading aviMcin than mule the old plan purxued by the State, am) also slniws a net income to the State instead of an ei;eiise ad formerly. The legislature will aooii undertake to aolve the problem or determining which U the best pi u of o. erating the eouvtcta, th 't of leaMug or to let the State manage them a in olden time, and a the Hiibjci t ia one of great iiiiportauce, we au'geat that our legislator t'onhler the matter in all it points lK-1'ore thev dii'idt to aladiah the preaeiit y stein, which seem to lie yielding an unuual revenue to the State. We have no axe to grind in thia matter, neither do we profea to have the wisdom ot deciding which is the better plati of luiiuing the K'iiiteiitiar, jet it would aeeni to be pour policy on the part ot the State to all. lish a system which lieldi an annual income and adopt a plan which, to any the least, ia doubtlul of bringing in a revenue, or which probably would run the State in debt to maintain. On tin subject the Vickabui g Herald has the billowing to ay : In Minir uf the 8tutt- I'himth tin re luivc Uh-ii nburp tritiviui of ttm niaiMKi'im ut il I lir iulriiliur)' by Mi-urn. H.uiiiIi .ii 4 lo. A mn lul H ru.il i.f thi ir uil.' uieul iiiu.-t t'liiiviiii:)' it uiui rity nl tlu pii-U- tlut thinr iriln 'loiiM hi the miiiii lnii riy lilijiul. Nt s) Nti-iii we liitve rvi-r lititl in ; in Mule, or e limy Miy in any Hiatv, tMiuir mijw ln-r ir (ii ilVc I ion. 'tliii umuiii iiii-ut I iy llitiiiilliui A to. inn, ui-rliii. Iwiiiiiriirl in tmin- pur- lillliul, Ulll U tUir t-OIIII HI'lMIII III it Willi tliiMc ill' nil I lie jeurs mite tli liinllliiliun win mtulilikbetl clmrlj nrove tliut it lm Ihtu luili r ami luurv rt'iiiiiiiini'il uiiili-r Die irrwnt Inw- tlimi i-ver liefure. Tlie k'iwe kIihw (iluiiily tlm ('' mlH iiiltiea tlu-y Imil tn einiti-iul w ith whi n llii-y lir iibUiiinl the lew. Tiny ovi-r-rmiie ull therte, mill the iimf itntimi, liiiw, iunleml ut being an t MH to the 8tuli will briiiK in an umiuul n vi nue. 'I In n-urc grave iliubt8 that it cun be nmil.' tu evi-n pay expi-iiheu in any iilin r wuy than by the b-aitiiig kyuteni. Tim jit-rei uliie uf ewu- tire ninullrr now tlmn evi-r Ih Ihh-, but the punmliini lit of crime by the iok-L-nt iiiimIk ia Jimt a nt'Vrit ami ,im ni"i h dieaihJ by vnmiiuiU, ua if the priwimi :ulili Lie ki'pt wilhiu the Wall. On the last point made bj the Herald we must differ with our coiilempornry. There ia a larye percentage of criminal sent to the nciiiti'iitiarv who no more dread j working under the mica establish- , il, outside the waua, than they no woi'abig ' iuli iiluals, fordo they not liHVt' ' "'"' niiiiiual In bor for a bring, anyhow, and ua for lire iliasrnce of being aent to Urn peni- teuliaiy they cure nolhing for It; in tact they are not disgraeeif in their e.c nor in lheee ot their former Hssociatea. Then an lur a the put.islnneiit ia conceiued vie consider that a naught ; they pet their ictuuls, clothea anil a jihice to sleep, and do not have to labor any hauler than bclore lieiny sent to to the State's prison. Men and women are aeiit to the penitentiary for the purpose of being punished for criiuea cuiiimitted, and there i no better way of aubji eting them to punishment than by keeping tin in coiitiued within the walls, especially those who are under sentence for murder and other long term iiapiisoiiiiients. If it be practicable, which poiut we tlo no pretend to decide, all couvioia should be made to laboi and serve ut their terms within the walla. EETTJEN LETTEB OFFICES. Hon. 11. D. Money, Iroiu lUe com uiilteeou post offices and post l oads haa introduced a bill iu the lower house ot congress, w bich ia a very important one, and one which will greatly facilitate the delixety of letters 4iid the speedy return to the writers thereof in case the) are not delivered, should it become a law, w hiuh we hope will be the case.; Tuuusdiids of valuable let ters are sent to the dead letter office every j ear which, uuoer ine present system, are never returned to the writer, while under the system to be adopted uuder Mr. Money's bill these letters wilt all be returned to the senders. We ate indebted lo Mr. Money for a copy of this bill which reads as follows: "That iu old r to fa cilitate the delivery of letters and the speedy return to the writers thereof of suoli as are Mimed or can not be delivered, the Post mas terUeueral is hereby authorized and directed to eatabliah not less than tbre, uor more than ten post offices aa return letter offices, as he may-deem necessary for the pur posea of this Hjt, and to prescribe such rules aud regulations far the government of said return letter offices aa he in his judgment may jdeem proper nml neocssary." LIGI3LATIYE. Friday the senate judiciary com mittee reported adversely on sen ate lull C'J in provide) for the pay uient of ato. k kiilrd or injured on . railroad. The joint ctuumittee of the sen ate un. I house, In whom was leler re.l the reMirt nl Ibe governor in repaid l.i the i-xecuihe cmtiueni t'llud fur 1S7S-D made 111 loll.iw iu reiMirt in Fiidav : 'There was mi baud the 1st ol January, i.sTS. J''i! 70 Aaiouut appropriated in 1877, an drawn in S7.S, tbr.H). Total. $1J2J "0. Tber was paid out of this IU tail during the years 17S and 1S70, including I0M) p.iid to commissioners lo ascertain the cost of the construction of ihe .Mobileaud Ohio railroad, UU? K'X lea ing a balance on hauil, J.iuu.1 r, lS.Si.1, r 1IW SI. The appro priatiou ol $li(NNJ, ui.nle last ses sion, tor the years 1878 and 1870. ha not la-en touched. Iu the house on Friday M . Sea brook moved to reconsider the vote whereby chapter six of the IJev ised Ciale was adoptel in relation to bnuda uf certain public officer, which motion revailed. He then oQcivd the billowing amendment, which was adopted: "Provided lhat,in the counties of Hancock, Jackson, Marion, Perry, (J ecu, Smith, Jones, Wane nml Coiiug ton, one hall' the penalty of the bunds of sheritiH, circuit and chancery clerks, assessors, tax-col- Icclois, treasurers, magist rates ami constables, may be b.ist-d upon h i sonal property, at the option of the board of superv iaora or the coun ties nspecliely.'' 8. mini. iy .Mr. liin hctt, chairuniii on part ot the senate of joint com mittee to consider the practicabili t, ol calling a constitutional con vention, presente. a report, siiml l, hiiuscli and Messrs. Perkins ami J. P. Cartel, of the senate, ami Mi. old', of the house, unfavorable to calling such a convention. A re port favorable In the convention was presented, signed bv Messrs. Martin, Seal, Moiituomerv and Me laiuriu, ot Lauderdale, members un part of the hous( ol joint commit tee on coiistitntioii.il convention. Mr. Seal, on Saturday, intro duced a bill entitled au act to in corporate the Spanish benrwjlciit assoo ntion of Piloxi, which nasi passed by the house. On Monday .he (loveriiof ap proved the act to repeal au act in corporating Shieldsboro ; also bill aiithorizinjt board of supervisors ol .Marion county to increase the leiy lor county purposes; and the bill to uuthuiUi the chancery clerk ol Green county lo register certain warrants lor Mattie McLeod. ZALKIEL's almanac for 1880. aiiioug the piopliecies based on as tronomical deductions, pr dictslhni in Mat i'h the President will U.ni ample scope tor the exercise of all hismoder.ilioi) wisdomaiid patient e, for po,itics will Ik- very .lively and embittered in Anieric.', and United States soldiers will have to take the warpaih. "The square ot Mais and Saturn'' will cause leverisli excitement iu New York iu May, and "the marshaling of troops will louse the martial instincts of Hie Amelican people." Iu the Oid World the outlook i no brighter, the liiippcuuig or thing likely to happen during thia year being rather dismal all uroiiud. THE programme for the carnival thia year in New Oilcans, is laid out as follow a: Thursday, Febru ary 5th Night parade and ball of knights of niomiis, in mask ami costume. Monday, February Oih A 1 1 iv d mid reception of Uex and hi court, and ceremony of taking formal possession ot the city. Tuesday, February lOtb Carnival tiny triumph a I procession of Uex, his coin ! and ret iuer. Grand al legorical display. Carnival uiht parade ol the mystic krewe of komus; balls of Hex and the krewe; general festivities throughout tie city. Ol'K Slate senate niirl house ol representative have passed a con current leaolution requesting our representatives in congress to urge the passage of a bill now lending in the latter body to piovida tor Indemnities due the several States under net of conjures upptoved march 2, 1834. and March a, 18.17, relaii ig to swamp and ovet flowed lauds. We did not learn whether this resolution applied to lion. L. Q. C. L. or not. MAIUMKi. BEAUB BK1.LANDI On Thumduy, January W. in Ocean Huriuusi st the residence ut the briile'i liareuta, by the Kev.Dr. Dnlilsp, lr. M. Ki sim, nl I'aaca guula, iw., to Miss Aiiilie K. Bollando, ot -Qvftn Biirijc, MIm. Mar the a- path b-tiwa tnrt ttnir hjppioeM lartfbMTg. . - STATE CAPITOL for. IX iuocr.4t-St.ir : Ji-aso, Mi&-., Kt b, i rvaw.-rjt-.Mar: 1 have seen all so 's of e.itln i. but I lie dimples wliicb I havt- wi. liess4Sl since 1 liavetK-t-ii l.i J.ic. sou gi tsaway w i.h any lliie I h iw ever ntfii Is foie, and lia.e b. en eu.iiiK'l to et ,m.i m.ii ill.- lie mania Amiri.-.i. Di.-.l.iy will o lues liatmy siiiiiut.-r O.ij , iiiiol li.-i cuunty,' out y esi.-i ii.ty .nnl I -I . 1 ruin, Ct.i.t. sl.-.-l, slilil snort lAe. head a'lul mud in. m l Ion! uas'.t ten delicy lo IVe a HI in tin- epuno.'li-, and 1 know nt very lew men In own,' that is ol thus.- mil luoi oilhly accii.iiate.l, but wli.il ui sutfei'iug with an i.ttlc 10,1 wui h so nearly approaches iii.il . tlbeii n that 1, know nl no oeitcr uauu- tut it. A man wakes in itie moriiio and st u B.-.l up is the on y t xpies sion 1 caii use which will h.l Ibe bill. I ilon't know what iemp-r sin e ieiipledo in I heir eases, lull 1 know hi some who have tu lake in a Unit a hall a dueu cisktahs U--lore breaklasl i I nier lo llnw 1 hem nut sti tliey can et clean. -.1 .ml in order lo take iu iln ir umii iuK Uial. 1 don't say that this pecnli.ir aoll of weather is J.M'ksou's spe cialty, bill, pelh ips, the sinew alks are. h.icli prupri.-t.ir keeps ln own sidewalk lo suit hiiiiseit ami some limes ke- ps it i i tip-top order, iiil in outer cases i lie children amuse tiiemsehes making lo houses ol the loose bricks during the day and lea.inlhe results ui liicir day's win k in the middle ol the walks alter they go lo their lit If beds. Now I make it a minl to watch the piogtess ol voulh daily, particularly in His buck Imsiness on the si reels where 1 am interested, but anuie times missing a stm t fur a day und not knowing (he change uf bass made by these juvenile architect 1 somelimes ot I lil-lit tilililile over the little darlings' toy houses, iu.1 w hen 1 do Unit II always masea me sick, and w hen I get sick I get mad. " Hut to a man who knew Jackson as well as I knew it ten years ago he marked improv emeiit made on its streets are niosi iioiieeabl.- not only on the streets but iu the build ings and business houses. I be llexc Jackson to- a.V lo be one of the most go ahead Imsiness places in the Stale, ami one reason 1 line it ia that every man, woman and child here are hi boor ol the rail road which will connect this place wit' our " home sweet home" the seacoast. Hi Honor, Mayor Mctiill is now oil his fourth term two years term alnl thai fad is sufficient to show bis Niiulariiy with the masses. He has run every time independent of Hilitics and been elected by a handsome majority . Newspaper IJnw with lln !n, (Vwr-f, h'fpublim. It ptinl htLvrd and InilepiHileut, 1 will nd say in this letter that it is a ki ely place, made more so at the present I him- liy the presence of a large number of peregrinating priureis who always tlock heie during leg 1l.itie session, altiaclid by Id takes n nd the ! her sit tractions ot the town, w Inch nl one lime was l.hou ii as the printers' un ecu. . Oi legislative liroceediiigs hali but III I le to report. The daily im pel und li b grains keep y.in ad vised of Hie routine woi k. I lie prospects lor a cousiitiiilon.il con vention are slim. Tlie code is dragging slowly along H.l In; hands oi I ii cot hi I emu iu it ice', sini to the nouses, itmemled, then rccomiiMi led. but it is taking such a course that when it comes up for tin..l ,ic lion it will go through like a Hash. With the except i. hi ot tln-Jpr.--uiiFiug eatiirialil fever, all our rep reI'talives are well and on deck. Coi. St.il has a lew days leave ol nbaeiiee, he having suHeied most severely since he has been here wi h the prevailing cold, but as General Feaiherslou of Norih Mis sissippi is also otf on len te of nb sence It balances the power ol the legislature and the country i safe. 1 almost forgot to mention that the "iufii'il Sunnel" visited Jack sou last week an I ui.ile h ist ol fri 'iids. . 1 hope he wont want to pull hiy woof for thia. , . . DjEMOdltAT .STAK, if I could only get. on a train t -night anil start lor the laml of the inusie of the PasoHKouliia, s'eam wouldn't brii g me faat riiough. , : ' yiwj:?.flt l.v, . wFL(llKDEtt. Stock-Proteetion Association. I)eireilatiouH noon stock in the tieiIiboiluHMl of (iiniiil May. Ala., In-coining so frequent, the citizens of. I hat vicinitv some time since organized what is call the "Grand Bav Stoek-Proteciion assiM-iatioii,'' iu onler to protect themselves from , the thieves. The following is a list of the officers elected January 2.1, 1880: .las. Coiilsou, president ; J. IT. ThouiiiMin, vice -president ; A. S. Carriniftnu, secretary P. Pfleger, treasurer: Geo. Cnssihry, P. Pfleg er and J. Schmidelhiick, directors. M.'Rouifray. W, W. Blackmail nml J. L, Stiibcr, finance committee. sr f' Heiisliwre Dislrlet. MrSHissirn conkkhkxck-fikst nou.Nn. Mt.'Tiirmi'l. Fetnuiry; 14Mi and l.'ith. West.ville, I'lcs-mntUiiive.l-i liiiary 2Ut and !Md. ' ' : Chins Orove, Hartiim, February 28th and 89th. Pnurl River, Stimrt'ii Miirrk (ll Ii ami 7th. . Whittingtmi, White Pliiiiin, Mnrch Cllh ami 14th. West. HimeauonlH, Marnh '.'"th nml 21st. Ksat IWauimlii, rieasunt Hill, March 271 and. VMli. ltktfKt Ctewunl'a nioolinir at Ocoan ijua, January it)i. - - ' ' " 1 . ,1. t. i.-'i , i . r., .lt TCAIIY. '..c AM; iii .i-- ... . - - . . ,-s.i at Ui r-MW-"'r m tiri-ru i-i.ui.t.v. l.x., Mr. AUijini. i M.L.ui-w Mr. .ilm.i . Iniru iu Bi.liiiiniiit -uiit. Ni'ith I iiri.t.ii.i, 'ii the litti luy .it irmlM r, l-O-. It. brougbl into .in-, a i-o.iiitj at a It-n.U-r ae, ln-re tie .-wiitniii. il lo iviile until the liuii- ot hia I. rh. Mr. Mi Inula ii one of thone m-ti h- tr au oiuuuiut to tbr n.u. i.u.iit. ii. hit U th.-v live. II.iiimI anil n .1 ill .11 le.a .1. -aims, nil an. I i lia-it-m i 1m- (M-. r. U!i.Iel an. I inilitilllM U lil- illlrleolllM- sitb but fellow -rllll. ua. i. t.-r e. kin ruuai.i, bul ! !' .litu and .l.-eeietl cli i tutlo., hia bom ,i ln it. Iilii..inil elm llv aiitna it Iml l..nl irr.-ini I be "prill Ilia life. All af I' rtloH.ite linlmiiil, I kind am! itiilulg-lit .utti.-r, a tiriu mi l tl. iotetl fneiul, none .:e lull. luf to (ir.iM.-; ut bint tnutiee r. r fc-llt il. (w. iis.no .1 .-.lli.ft . Ili I u - tun l en a un -uils rof I lie IV- e.t r un ih iuh. anil thnoiub life unnn I .un il a pur and iiiiblaiiiuble r uination ait!i...:t -.t i.i l t. inih On the lst of liis'.l.aih be .nt f. r bio his leuial avo v.itnni. and wbiU sii-n rinleuiliii; nin- re a r be Kink t" rim- no utnr-; aiibnut J m l or a sib hiintil aai'l aa av. I he bire i-0111-.oirM- of ueijjlili.ir ami fiieinU . Ini uiieinlid hia fino-iul, ami tlu-..-. i eiuolious they khowed, fully allestett the Iimh the roliiiuiliilty bad amttailie.1, ami llie;rief eibilnted bv tlu- clruken wiilniD ami large rin le of rbililreu and ri lafives. proved hoar dear he waa to r li. iti . Amid Ibe tears anil ir .ii-ntnf hia neij;lilMirs and riemU be was laid away in Ilia lonely rekliui!'iliO.'e, there to alee. until I lie la-t tail ahull kiiuiruoii all to n. w I fe. A t'KIKNO. IVbruary 5.10. lN'-w A (lvi'tiKfiiiontH. JUST OUT T Hood's pRiAT Jook or the w.iu. ADVANCE a BETHE.VT, Personal K.XM-ri.-neea in the fluted St u tea ami Louti .Urate etatra Ariulea: BY iil'M'.KAL J B. HOOD, Lite l.ieiiteiiuiiL-Ueiientl Cimfi ill-rate Male. Army, iublii.Ued lor the Hsod Orphan Memorial Fund, UY GKNKHAL U.T. UKAtritKJAUU, Nnw Uiilkans, tsO. Tlie entire iriMieils arising from the Mile of this work lira ilovoteil ( Ibe 1 1 null o iibuu Mi umriul liiinl, whii-h is in venleil iu United Sliiti-n K, iHtered Honda, lur the nurture, .-are, aiiiinoi't anil ediieu I inn nl' the leu iidunla ileprived of their iaieiitn last aiininu-r al New Orteiiua (tlie me luiu-luily tiit'ideiita of wlui'li Mid tie ri uvi'iiii ut are atill I'nab iu the public iniuil). Tue lUsik h an i-livant wtnvo. enniaiii iii .LSI paea, with a Hue photograph I k'ln ' un.t a Hue aleel eiievavini;, niaile eXiiie-ly lor l hi work, four large tmt ol liuitleliel.la, IhiiiiiiI III liiimltMiiiie gray eloih, at TIIKKK lMil.l.AKS,r m a Hue al i liiniloiK, with inurbln ede, fl ud; in h.ill' b ninil innriM-eo, library tle, l; ur tu bent Levant Turkey morocco, lull uilt hides and in, . Un the receipt Iroin any person remit ting by mud or i-Npri KM,..!' the m-ihmi.i iu a leinteieil letier or by a poetul order, inn ik dralt, or eiie. k u copy will be iui Bl ui.il ly Mint live nl' pomade, registered as -rf-.'eU..-1'litiH ni.il Ur. I ne Volume i nll.l.hluil ill the Is at Hi) In nf lypi'Ki'iipb.., nil i li'g ilil paper, mill lllu-ilialloiis, Kei-utv-d ua hiueal Hiei inn nn nl ait. The mil hoi', the ailtejeer, llin purpiise. ill ulike rt-nder it wort.i.v a place ineveiy iiiir.iiy mi every n k or upon t tit. isiok tiielt nt evi rj hi'itie iu the eoiiniry. Ai iiIh WHiited in every inivii and -iiuii- tv ui tlie l. nited Suites, nml a pn b ivnee nil! be iri veil tu liniinraUh .Il clnirj il lerans timu the miny. in be Indies, who l i l a ilesire tu ex- ii. lli r n mpiitliy wth Tlie llimd Ui pnan A.eiuorial I mi l. lb.- u!e ol lit, a lunik aniniiu llieir ei.elo of liieiul-, n id all. ml an i-xt-ellenl w iy of i-oiitrinutiii sun- it i it tat nid t' ml ilim rvnu a ruu-e. t or terms, ralen in iieuts etc., uililr.-ss, n ull lull pa. Iu nl,. in, (iKN.ii. T. IlKAl'nKti.VKl), I'iiIiUhIm-t. U.i tieintil "I l liellonil Al, iimriiil I n ml, ,.- New UrleaiiH, l,.i. l i b. 4ie.ini ltlCIIl.AI POULTHV YARD liieels eliolee l.iht ami Park liSAII- mas, I'aiiiiiiikik and hurt' I'OCUINS, I'l.TMOCTII ll.a'KS, Silver A'pnule, lliillll'lirni, Hudillestnll Ouiiit'H, II II. K. and Silver Uuikwing. (jame It.inlilllM, ' Al. Will i K (it INKA FOWLS and hllKPHKItl) l KiS. KllliS Two Dollars jsT setting of thir teen IT Write fur w hat vim wnt..J 11. V. C'OCKKKLU J a. Feb. fi, lHsO. 4;-:tm NOTICE TOCHKDITOKS. We lnva liirtre liuinln-r of liilla ut atiiiuliiu t" ir ui -at fiii-iiiiliixl our eiiHtoui ei. mid thia la In uive notice tluit we vi hi! huve the iiioiu y on the muir w il bin the next thirty iIh.vh. We huve to ny i nk tor our In-even. Iui oi ite., and i anm t ull'oiil to wait twelve in inllia ou en ditma. I'm lien owiii)( us will aave ciwta and troulilu hy aetthiiK fnrtliwitli IliA W. IlKOtJM A CO , Uima Point, .Vliaa. Feb. (5, '80. 46 Ii Mohtross House, 1JILOXI, MISS.,' P. J. flonlroNs. Prop'r. TIi'ih wi 11 knnwii mid popular remirt ia open the year round lortr.innii ut mid ner liiuueiit giientH. It ia delightfully sitil Hled, ilin-i tl.v ell the lieueli, I'rontin the ( lilt' ol Mexico, j-nminiiniliiid a him view of the tin 1 1' nml the mljiiretit " ioluiuli;" and the wilt bivnca einniii fruin the M-a impiirt new vinr into tlione nH.-rinj( tVmii ' brouehinl . oniilint," and la peuuliurly tiivurnlile for rheiiiniitii: complaint!.; aim, in met, a conceited to he one of the. iiumt b-althy Hpota iilu.iK thu whole rnaat. I m nitunleil ellny uiilea eant of New Or leiitia nml aixly-olie nil len went of Mobile, on tlie New Orleans and Muhilu riiilruail, una ot the tliient ruiida iu the Nnilhwrnt. The hotel, in its Hppointineiitn, ia rirnt-1-la.sa, lurHi pleimrti.t riHiniR and beat uf lieiln; tnlile aiipplied with aliiinilniiee of the ehnieenf of IiiimI, nieely anrred. We have aeverul Hlii- iniilitinlieil Muda, lend ing tluniiuh a laiiiiitifiii pine country, and hIwi to the lieiiiitilul liiiek lluy, affording a moat pli aaiiut drive, lor w hich we bare every IncilltAHulhiiiK, hinilhig and Hnb iii(j of the tiuent kind, and ilunug the wniMiii it ia the borne of counties Hum hers of ami ami row bouts, peopled with gny Mud huppy crowda who aaseuible here to aieiil the hot luotitha of ainniiier, wheu pleaaure grows more aud more doligbt fill, and one never tires ut the continual round of pleasure and enjoyment that here prcacnta itself, For trTny, etn., address the proprietor. l'rlirnnry . mi. , 4n-t( U0BU.E WHEN YOU GO TO m03ILE HO .NOT FAIL TO Vlsif T.IS ELEJVNT NXW DRY GOODS STORE Of L. II A MM EL & CO., No. 41 aad 4 1 Pauplnu t . HOIULK. AL V . v ' ln b. Lw t!u-ir fjr jj ;r lajii W IIl;Ui: VOL WILL FIM) The Larsfl, llainlomel and Chrapeat Stock of Dry m mm Ilia t All I liAMIB I ' Alltllaia' M UVU III IIIC Vtltll V WUIIIIj! CAUPKTS, lCUliS, WINDOW SHADES, MATTINGS, ETC.,' Iu the ereatet.1 variety; : - - . Jan. I'M). KLENG & BELL, ; - Home Industry Foundry, S. F.. COR. WATFK AMI STATL M KKtT-H, MOI1ILF, ALA , laiint;M-lur r of . " ' . . - Steam Mills and Other Machinery; liKAsS AND IKON CASTINGS OF ALL KINDS, ron Railing, Cemetery Fences, VerandahV. OFFICE U ULIMJ. UOoK.s, tdlUTIEKS. Elf. ' " Pninint attentiou giveu to re(airiug. All country onler promptly attended to. ' Jan. it, l0. A L A B aTtTA" ST E JOHN T. MAM'FACTI 'K Crackers Fancy Biscaiits M iM and 00 Cnunuerve, , il .1,11 klid i.i- r. ulh ater Ktri . t. Jm, lu. .nOUILF.. X. O. DUBOSE & CO., Wholesale Druggists, 7 .Vrl Wttrr Strt't IHE OLDEST DEUa FZZUX X2T THE UNITED STATES. "' " 1 in ii i " . . Pure, Unadulterated Mndictn Oa'y Sold at th'i House. Nratneaa, acraraey and diiati'h in.ttie .-leeiitien of riVr rharaeterin. inr Imai new. 1'riteaaa k aa if.aidaol the aatue tnaliry in like quaulitiea mn be konKktany- Ler. May Id. ltf -B-ly J. KlUKKBU'E. il. F. KIHhtiltUth. tA . 10HTLH. IRA-YPORTEK & CO., -DEALLKS IN- ' Hardware, Door, Sash Blind, ' Ap nt tor II. F. Averv d Soiik' rieaa and luidi oietita. Kentucky 1'ane Mill, llotce'n I'latfom end Grwer't iVoiw, Etc., Koulluimt Corner M. Fruiieiaand ateratreeta, ii(lila.f ALA. Oi-t. :. 1"79. a-lr MOBILE STOCK TABD I R. L. MAUPIN & COy Commissionilllerciiants For the tale of all Kinds of Live Stock, , Cr. ttowl 1datnn Ala., - - . .llOltlL.E,4Li, f-cinl attentiou (iveii tu fieilintf utixk aliipiel through $rw Oi leana. Men fiimiitlinl free of charge tu liring atia-k tu and finiii ran and boat.' 0. t, at. IM79. " ' W-Sia 'ew Advi'i'tlwemontH. II I I offer the ell known CITY IIOTFI. in liilnxl. Inr rent. It ia within a hull liliM-k of thedeiot. AIho the lieetaiilo.m aitiielied will lie rented wit the hotel. All of the uliove irni rt.V Ib iu nd eon ilitiou mid will he n-iited for one year or a Ionizer time, ddri-aa, MltS C. M. BOOTH, Itiluxi, Mian. Fell. H. 110. 4Mm NOTICE ! There will In- a meetiinr ot Lnjraml Mill nu n ut JiTiinliui. in Jiu kin cnniity.ou FiWiij, l ib. SiO, 1S80, at to h.iii , for ill- nnp'i of iidoitinir a (lin.illenlinii of InKa and for upointiiig an .liHei'tnr to tni'HMliv and iniret ull ltH milil to the milU at rw iiKoula. Ail wrtie direetlv Interfiled iu the hg liiikin. N. areeaiiipatlv reqilt Hted Iu attend. Feb. tl. I')--M V .11 Itotk-Uottoin rricttt f will deliver the (Mebrated SLOAN CASTKK8 to anv addreaa at the nniiee dented low price of 1 f.O er art Adilreaa all ordeia to W. I. WILLW. Care Denuu'rut-Btar orllee, ikrautoO, Mine. Feh. , 10. !hL' OXJE Entire Stock -OF- HARKED DOWIT, E JWI ARV 1st. We Shall Offer Some In Every Department! We Must Have Room FOR OUR- which will be coming in soon after Febru ary 1, 1. Douotmlsa this opportunity to select Hue Overcoat, Ulsters, Sulla, FurnisliiDg Goods and Huts, lor lien, YimtbaJJoys and Children, from the largest and beat assortment In the oily, at priuea that will aatonisb you. Leon Godchaux, Hi ami H3 Cauul street, .veil oni,iutJ', x. rb.6,lt0. , . 30n ABilosiHotel forRent SiwiaJ-M'ss Casters Hsu k HIE WIS . l tm 4l ly A M BAKERY 1 ICE3H3ST. OF ALL Kl.Mw . - ' w Wm. V. Bcronion. (Siiee. uxor to tlie lnle C Id rmijuri,) UNDERTAKER . W.Cor. Cnnrejitiou and Conti i . Till1 lllllfl Kt BKlMlllllll Ht lf Ttfl illlr Vnen X nLrf . A!mi, IT, inn. ant. anil all kiuda ii. imii('ukKIS iindevervtliinn cmiMft ill witi a linit-elaiw eataidialiment. - Onlera reeeived a. id alteuded toatil linn en. Niirit-lit-ll at ndiee, an almve, aim nt ii-Hiilenee, Nf. 'I'i luniiin, lietweei. Wiirreti ami Dearlmru atreata. . June 7--,!l. 14 Iv r . W. ILLING, 0V.vAS .N'A.Vtf.V, - .-MISS Ilt.AI.tt IX fiEM IXEflNtiKK HEWING MACHINES iMiiehiue ui-rdlen, Attachments, Machine? (III. Th re ml and Kcndy wound Bolitini, with Mra Island Cotton, white and black, mid the celeliruti-il Moaii'a ikiix-lVbcrl ' SCWlNd MACIHNli CASTEIW. Agent fur the LloilTMNO CnrYINO Itm ii FlLKSund nml LinilTXlNO Lr.TlEH Hindkks, Etc,, Eta. fj? Sewing Machines sold on mnntlity liisliilinents. I.ilieral discuun for CASH. .Iflimary 4'l, 1M). 41-nm At prices ranging from JQc " 40c! " Pr age and nnality. J. H. UEAK1) LEH, . rJr.AKl) Lr. n, Mesa I'uml, alias. Jan. 30,'f( .4yiir' M LEGAL. caatiuii Police. The State uf Mississippi, Harrison county. Chancery Court at Kules before ibe Clelk iu vacation, January 7, ltft)0. Mrs. A. G. Boesel, Complainant, va, Lauisa Waters and George Waters,' het 'hps band, Kespomlenls. Bill lo ftwtroea mortguge. No. la. '' " Fpon reading and tiling rntDplaiiiaDt'a nill of eoinplaiiit in thin case, and it p lieuriiig by affidavit thereto, .that tba above mimed deieiidants are n n-residi.-iits oi thia State, so that prucrBa cannot ba rved n on theiii ; audi that si.l defend mis. reside ill New Oilcans, lu the Htaf4 of t.nniaiiuia, and that tin ir puslntliccaililteaa i. at -alilcity ol New Orleans in s-inl State. Ii la, then fore onlered.'that SMid defend uiiU Loaisa Wuters and George Watetw, i.-r liualiuud, be, ami they,aj-e aerebv re-liiii-eil to be ami appear, bet'H,a the Uliaiioery Court of Harrison county, Mie isaippl. on the tirst tiny of the rfext tgtt ur term thereof, o be held t the four rlonae of suid county, lu the town jnf Miar sissippi C'itv.oii the secmid Monday of March, A. U. 10, to plead, answer or de mur to complainants aid bill of eom liliiint, or the same will lie taken aa P l'eMii'd,iid net for hearing exparte. . It U fnrt4iat ordered that thia order" of. notice be published In' the FaacagohU Deinot rat-fetar, a puWic-tMiwspuper,- print ed and pabUelied luthe tpwu of Scrautoa, iu the eountv uf Jack, sop, State of Missis sippi, for the spate f bnu ronsectnive weeks, and' that a tree eopyif this order, so pulilished, be sent by asail, postage paid, bv the eletkjl Jthk C", M- auh of said detetidauirvperiy ajdmae4. to their imstotttoe, us aforesaid.' ' ' , Onlered aud decreed, ttii 7tb daj or, January, lae. '- Attest'. K. 8. llfiTVEa, Cierkv A Una cony otthemiuBtes. 1 i'. H. HttWF.8, Clerk. Jau'y 9,'im. "'.