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BT P. tL. MAKERS JW. A. DEES. PEACE. GOOD WILL. AND PROSPERITY TO A1J MANKINIV TEK9I-e SO a Yemr,lMA4Tanre. VOLUME 530. PASCAGOULA, MISSISSIPPI, Fill DAY, AP1UL 10, 1880. NUMBER 1. V.' t !; 1 V A a 1 iff , I . I; , - . -V- ... (,.., .V '- ' A A A ? A. A A A A r- M 7 A " C & Fleeinz From a Fortune. Mrs. D Bruse Bellingbam laid down tbetelegram a wrvaut had just jirewuted on a silver alm. "Augusta! It is terrible ! What can possess tbe creature, and now ot all times! Your cousin, Peter Bellingbam, l actually coming to visit us actually coming to ritit ui ! Mrs. Bellingbam's tonea were piteous in their horrified despair, uud bhe let fall tbe yellow envelope that so seldom is tbe harbinger ot tbe good news we want, with a ges ture of impotent rage. Angnsta Beltinghain litted her beautiful straight brows iu a horror of questiouing. "Ob, mamma, coining to visit us! Sorely there is some mistake t He never would be so stnpld as to come nuleu we sent hltn au invita tion P Mrs. Bellingbam picked op tbe telegram aguiu,aud read it through aloud: Will be at your house Tuesday for a short visit. P. Bellinghiiiu." " What mistake can there possi bly be I No its directed plain enough 'Mrs. Do Bruse Belling hani. 8835tbaveuue, and it is sign ed plainly enougli. I can't receive him. I never, never could intro duce him to our friends." Augusta looked thoughtfully nt tbe carpet, and tapped one of her pretty little feet. Suddenly she lifted nphor long lashed lid's to her lady mother's face. . " Ferhapa be wou't be so terrible, after all, mamma. Couldn't you manage to keep him in hia room most. of the time, and let Bessie take charge of biml It would just suit her." Mrs. Bellingbam ottered a little shriek of dismay. M Did you ever see your father's counsin, Peter, August P M Well, no maiutna. I have nev er seen him, of coarse, but I should think r . ... M Yon should thiuk notbingubout itt I will tell you. Peter Belling bam is middle uged, and Augusta, he actually wears t lie same suit of clothes ycur in and year out I His hair is loug, dowu to the top of bis colar, and plasters it tight to his head with horrid pomatum. Ho wears red and green cravats; bis hands and faco are freckled, and you couldn't keep him from going wherever wo went, and poking into the parlor to be presented to the company. lie visited here once be fore years ago, and I declare it al most killed me. , Wby, Augusta, he insisted and your poor, dear pupa had to permit, or turn Lira bodily out ot the house be Insisted on reading prayer .before and after every meal, guests or no guests." "Oh, mamma, I don't wonder you are so ncrvons over it. What shall we dot. Why, its to-day this very afteruoou bo's to be here." " Jt seema as if fate bad a pnrtic alar grodge against me," she said pkeously. " When I married yonr a it was distinctly understood that was uot to be troubled with any of bis poor relutious, and before we had been keeping house a year his grandfather died, and tbe old lady had to come and make her borne with us, because De Brnse Was able to keep her. Then your auut Ade laide died," and De Bruse had to take Bessie aud bring her np. Well I will Confess I have kept Bessie pretty, veil down, aud made ber pay her way' by 'helping me with the tewing and the chil dren's rnnsie. ' But now, it seems to me this viBitia worse than all. He'll stay six weeks at tbe least, I kuow." Oh, mamma, I know exactly what well slot The idea ot know ing how to get rid of cousin Peter. Wby, nothing could be easier. Put up that dispatch, have our trunks packed this morning, and lets take the afternoon boat tor LongBrancb. Send the servants away, as we al ways do, and when old Peter Bel linghant comes to the house to night, he'll find nobody in it but Bessie. And if she wauts to enter tain bim, let her. Ot course, mam ma, that is the only way to do. Just insider we never received this telegram." "Mrs. Bellingham drew a long breath of relief and surprise. "How, strange I never onco thought of such an easy, natural way out of onr dilemma I Child, jroa're a born diplomatist, do yon now u V - muu n t,uai, ui a anil h bnt . never wanted to go to LougBrauoli badly, because because " uiuaueti anu nesaateu. 44 Y, I know, dear. A certain Kwiueiiian, wbo shall be nameless, mere, or will be shortly. Well Augusta, beia rich and handsome Well, I some, ii you BOc(5e88. Of CO we II go. King for Pancbon, f course and Wo "ujr lunen ordered, only have about five hours i to get 'And aft ? j.1m1. tt..x - .... . uiin even Mrs, De Erase Bellingbam and evening, licr lovely daughter were eatiug their dinner in tlio Ocean house, while the magnificent mansion of 5tb avenue was dark, silent and desert ed, except one maid servant faith ful old Uannnb, who only staid for company's sake, and bright, cheery, pretty little Bessie Bellingbam, w bo had been left in charge. " Its just glorious to be here all alone, monarch ot all I survey, and nothiug especial to do for ever so long. I'll have time to practice, time to read and time lor delicious walks iu Central Park," said Bessie, going np to the pier glass aud stop ping to look at herself, "and I thiuk I shall fix np a little and make believe it is my bouse, and I am a '.rich, grand lady like Aunt Helena or Cousin Augusta. Say, Bessie Bellingbam, have you any idea what an awfully ordinary, old fashioned, ugly littlo wretch you are! You bavift uny frizzes, or bangs, or a big back comb, or anything but your pug nose, big mouth, and horrid red cheeks." - And Bessie stretched her mouth to its widest capacity, tailing to make it anything but a sweet, fra grant, fresh, kissable thing, with tiny, pretty teeth behind, and dis tracting dimples before. Just then a loud, hearty langb rang out almost behind ber, nnd she started in amazement and pan ic of terror to see tall, handsome young fellow, in irreproachable traveling fashionable cut and color, standing iu the doorway, arryuig a light satchel iu one hand, nnd holding his hat fliulfcnuo in the other. "Oh, mercy J" BcsSle exclaimed, flushing, more in girlish shame thau fear as she saw the laughing blue eyes aud the am used smile on tho handsome, gentlemanly face. 44 Allow me to apologize for start ling yon, Miss Bellingliain. I pre sume you ate my Cousin Bessie ot whom I have heard t I am Percy Bellingbam, another cousin, in tending to stay over night with the family, but tho wnuiau who answer ed tbe door tells me they have just left for the ncusbore. They must have just missed my telegram." Bessie hint entirely recovered ber sav r I froid during tho explanatory speech. " Well, its truo they are not nt homo, but I guess llauiuili ami 1 will do just as well." He laughed again. 44 1 guess so, too." 41 That is," Bessie went on grave lj', 44 if you don't expect a very' elaborate dinner aud breakfast, nnd will be content to sleep in one ot the bock rooms, for Aunt Helena said the spare rooms were not to be used." "I'm the easiest fellow to suit you ever saw, cousin. And now suppose you continue your panto mine I unfortunately interrupted I Or will you play for me and singf Two weeks later, and tho mid Miinmcr sun shining golden aud warm over tho dancing sea, nnd Augusta Bellingliain, sitting on the balcony of the Ocean bouse, just opposite their suit of rooms, gave a little exclamation of feigned de light. "Manimn, how delicious t If there isu't Percy nt last." Her cheeks were flushing exquis itely, aud a glad, happy light was in her eyes, as Percy Bellingbam came np to ber, extending his hand in welcome greeting. 44 We heard you were to be here," Mamma Bellingbam said gracious-1 ly. "Indeed, we have been quite counting on your joining our party." 44 Well, yes, I have been coming tor a week or two : bat somehow I was delayed. But here I am aud so glad to see you and bo of service to you, my dear cousin. Onr party will be a delightful one," ho said almost eagerly., 44 Yes; delightful, now that they are come." "Because I have brought Besate with me," he added carelessly. 44 We were married yesterday, aud she is all anxiety to see you both." Mrs. Bellingham held her heart in a momentary grasp of chagrin and amazement. Augusta's cheeks blauched to such a whiteness that it was painful to imagine the agita tion that conld have caused it. Thou the women ot the world rose equal to tho occasion. 44 Indeed," said Mrs. Bellingbam, 44 what a charming Burprisel Aud the dear child is actually here P j 44 Actually here," be said, looking at Augusta, "and waiting for the welcome my wife deserves." 44 1 am delighted," she murmured, and then smiled dowu the horrible distress that had threatened to overcome her. And that was the result of the mistake about tho telegram. The worfl trade has assumed vast proportions iu this country, and bids fair to bo nlorniitlable rival of 44 king cotton." One firm in ISew York city now holds live million pounds, and one Boston wowl house is known to have mado $-30,000 profit this year. Ft tint Dcmoerat-Star. THE JtVSIG ox tuk n jiiits. BY DR. gEYMllCB HILLOCK, JR. If toy one wilt viil PMraj-oola after night-fall, tru.'-, nt)'uriuua niusie nu) be heunl u'rr th ter. A Ii-jj'Ul .iv tlkit a trilxeuf Indiana ilronet tlirm rlvr here in order to avoiila life of w rvi tud, lM-iu ilrtrutnl iu tattle, aud ttiat this music u theetbooi tlitiriii athtLa.it. O, liak'B t' that ('.aiutiventruiu O'er Taiwauula'a water! The echa of tUs di ath n fraiu i Ot warrior brave and daughter! Where ttill lbs curreut ruua and deep That DieftKur wild U falling To tell wore the vauiuiah'tl aleep Aud to their w rutins ncal!ing. Twin iu the dim aud long aj0 No soul may tell tho atury, How well thiy fought, their ahanie, their woe, Their proweaa or their glory, Of vie turn, or of ialU'U biavea That 'neath tbe water uliunbrr Thin ui "tic music on tlw water, I all that truth may number. Athroaj;h the nilciit hour of night, Uluuid that wail repining Amid the (iuca a lurid tiht Of nKtial tlame is ahiuiug; Ami w hen tho moonbeams aoftly fair I.ioklei'ping ou tho river, Th" spirit voice iu the air Their chant of death deliver. O, liearkeu to tlio-te penaivo (Wells, Amine tiie water Htcaling A loft, as sweet as silver helU Iu lummer evening pealing! So low, ao clcnr, to fur, ao near I hear it humming, humming, Tia niuttie from a hiddeu aphero Tie coming, coining, comiug! Ileneath tho w arm and pleasunt wavca Ot rawaguula' river, Are Hesliletia Lumlii iu clammy grave, That clap their bow ami quiver; Hero they hall rest their sou Is nluill roam TIiuihi Imtilis o fair uud Vernal, Till 0d tdiall cull them to a homo Aud huppiucKS supernal. Though sunn may aliinc and biidH may aing, And odorous hroezea gladden, 8. ill o'er Ilia wrvo that song shall ring lis uiea.Miro weird to sadden, From j cat to ycur, fnnu nhorii.to shore, I'oiever uud forever, Shall sound the mimic Uonting o'er ( Kwim t ra.icugoulii river. (.'mJ Iluj, Ala., April, 11. I'roiu Old Marion. Coi.rMiiiA, Mlts., April 3, 10. Kditor Democrat-Stur: The steamer Lolio has mudo a trip up 1'earl river as far as llr. Dale's lauding. Ou her way. np she called at Columbia, having freight lor this place, nnd gave our school children a steamboat ride of two miles, taking them on nt the lower end ot town and putting them oil tit the upper end. I don't meuu to say that our town is two miles Jong, but there is a bend in the liver two miles around, and Columbia lies iu the neck of this bend. The school children took tho trip as a grand treat from our esteemed friend, Capt. 8. 11. l'oite vent. Our school numbers itbout seventy-live scholars, and is taught by Prof. John V. Watson, with Miss Inn.i Terrell as assistant. The Lolie curried out about 300 bales cotton, und will make another trip immediately ns she has orders for a full load of freight ou her up trip. Our town is improving fast, and we still invito persons who wish to go iuto the sheep husbandry or turpentine business to give our country a trial. We have as fJ ue a range lying e.ist from here as can be found iu tbe South. It is also very extensive and cnpalde of sup porting thousands of head of sheep. Wo are hoping that congress w ill do something towards making Pearl river navigable nil the year round, as it will be a great advant age to us. Kcspccttullv, J. V. II. Save Me. 41 Save me, Doctor, and I'll give you a thousaud dollars." The Doctor gave him a remedy that eased him, uud be called out: 44 Keep at it, Doctor, uud I'll give you a check lor five hundred dollars." Iu half au hour more ho was able to sit up, and calmly remarked : 44 Doctor, I feel like giving you a fifteeu dollar bill." When the Doctor was ready to go the sick mau was up uud dressed, lie followed tbe Doctor to tho door and Baid : 44 Say, Doctor, send iu your bill on the first ot the mouth." When si i months had been gath ered to time's bosom, the Doctor sunt in a bill nuiouuting to five dol lars, lie was pressed to cut it down to tbreo; after so doing he sued, got judgment, nnd the pa tient pnt in a stay of exocutiou. Oli, what ingratitude I riiilincriliii fot the "Jf.mochat-Btak. uaruuiine law AX AC'Tsupplemvutary to au Act entitled au Aet to amend ilie, Matute iu repaid U Hoards of Health. , etion 1. He it t uacted by the legislature ot the State ot Missis sippi, that the governor shall, ou rt'couiiiicudulitvn ot the State buard of health, appoint a board of health for the county of Jackson, to con t.ist of not less than three members, wbo ah.ilIlioU their offices tor two years or uutil their successors are appointed. St'e. 2. Ue it further enacted, That the board ol health nppoiuted as aforesaid, shall be subordinate to the State board, as all oifer boards in the State, but shall have power and be required to enforce quarantine at the ports ot the State iu said county, ns hereinafter pro vided to commence whenever, aud continue us long us tbo Statu board of health may deem necessary to prevent the introduction ot conta gious, infectious, or other diseases among the citizens of the State. And a quarantine physician shall be appointed in the same manner as the board of health. Sec. 3. De it fdrther enacted, That it shall be tjie duty of tbe physician to visit, aud board, between kuiiikso and sunset, nil vctscls arriving at tbe portI of said county, and order into quarantine any vessel which shall have visited or departed trom any port, at or iu w hich any conta gious or infections diseases may be prevailing, or uny other vessel he may suspect being infected, fur such length of time ns may bo provided by the regulations of the board of health. - Sec. 4. Io it further enacted, that it shall be the duty ot the board of health to designate n suit able place for tho location and es tablishment of a quarantine station at the port of Pascagoula,ut which place there shall be erected a Hag stall (.bowing a yellow flag; and it shall be the duty ot tbo quarantine physician to esibit a yellow (lag conspicuously in bis boat, to des ignate her character, nnd if uny vessel arriving as aforesaid, - slmil pass such ; boat,before h living been boarded by the quarantine phy sician or shall refuse to obey tho or der of such physician, tbe master or person iu charge of such vessel, shall be held to answer in any court ol competent jurisdiction according to law, iu a tine not ex ceeding one thousand dollars and may be imprisoned until sucu line together with the costs nro paid. Sec. C. lie it further enacted, That thoquarantiue physician shall not permit nny one to go on board or leave nny vessel w hile such ves sel is iu quarantine line, except in case of necessity, nnd as provided by the regulations of the board of health, und any persons violating the provisions of this act shall be held to answer in n fine not exceed ding three hundred dollars, nor less than twenty tive, by required proceedings iu uny court havingju risdictiou. Sec. 6. De it further enacted, That it shall bo the duty of all pilots at the aforesaid port, bring vessels into said tort during the quarantine to. display a Hag at half uiast, at tbo fore, mid said Hag shall be kept in said position until such vessel shall have beeu visited by tbe quarantine physician. And any pilot who shall neglect this re quirement, or wbo shall bring a vessel to anchor in tho midst of other vessels, or who shall lenve such vessel so pUuted iu by bim or nny person who shall visit and board, or who shall leuvo uny such vessel before the same shall have beeu visited und discharged from quarantine by the qtiarartin) phy siciau shall be liable iu a flue not exceeding three hundred dollars nor less than twenty five, by uny court having jurisdiction. Sec. 7. De it further enacted, That any person visiting or depart from the quarantine station with out tbe written permission ot the quarantine pbysiciau, shall be lia ble to a fine not less than twenty five dollars nor more than three hundred, and may be returned to quarantine station to reiuaiu (lu ting quarantine. Sec. 8. De it further enacted That all vessels iu quarantine shall keep a Hag at half-mast during the day,anda lantern iu tbe same posi tion during the night; nnd it shall be tho duty ot tho quarantine phy siciauto cause all vessels in quaran tine, and having sickness ou board, to be anchored at least one mile from other vessels not having sick ness on board. See. 0. De it further enacted, That vessels in quarantine requir ing provisions'or other necessaries, shall communicute with the quar antine physician, wh shall procure the same under tho order of the captain or commander of such ves sel, and see that no communication between such vessel and uud the parlies furuisbiug supplies or ne cessaries shall take place except through bimst-lt. Sec. 10. De it further enacted, That the quarantine physician, shall bo authorized to demand nnd re ceive tbe sum of five dollars, or such other sums nut to exceed that umoiint, as may be proscribed by the board of health, from tbe mas ter or person in charge of eerv vessel visited by him under the provisions ot this act, aud such further sums as compensation for disinfection, medical attendance, chemicals and medicines as the board of health may fix and pre scribe. Tor the payment of such sums, be shall have and possess a lien upon the vessel on board which he shall have attended sick persons, or trom which such sick persona may have been removed to the quarantine wtation; and such lieu may be enforced by attach ment of such vessel to be prosecut ed as in other cases of attaebmeut under tbe laws of the State. Sec. 11. De it further enacted, That in addition to the provisions ot this act, the hoard of health aforesaid nre hereby nuthorized aud empowered to prescribe such fur ther rules and regulations for the goveriiieut -ind enforcement ot quar uutine and sanitary measures at said ports which they may deem necessary nnd expedient; und such regulations ami rules prescribed and Hot inconsistent with this act, the law governing the Stato board of health uud the constitution of the State shall be valid uud bind ing upon all pci sunt coining witbiu the spirit and meaning of this uct: aud every violation of the rules ami regulations so established, shall be punished by a flue uot exceeding threo hundred dollars nor less thriii twenty-live dollars. Sec. 1-'. Do it further enacted, That every pilot bringing a vessel into a port of this State, in the said Jackson county, during the exist ence of quaiaiitiuc; shall, so soon as he boards tlio same, liii nioli I'm master of such vessel with a copy of this act, together with the rules and regulations which may bu pre scibed by the aforesaid board of health, tun? tor every neglect to perforin tho requirements ot this section the pilot so neglecting shall be liable to n fine of not less than live dollars nor more than one hun dred dollars. ' Sec. 13. De it further enacted, That the boaid of supervisors of said county of Jackson shall have full power and authority to levy u special tax not to exceed twenty five per cent, of tho State tax, to bo collected as other taxes nre col lected, which tax, when collected shall be paid over to the secretary of the board of health of shid coun ty, who shall give bond with good and sufficient security payable to the State of Aiississippi, nnd tiled with tbe clerk of tho chancery court, in double the amount of tbe public tax, that ho shall safely keep and pay over the said money accor ding to law and tho direction of said board, and shall pay nut said money on -the written requisition of the president of said board. Sec. 14. De it further enacted, That in ordeniiore effectually to en force tlio provisions of this act, the State board of health shall, when ever they may deem it necssary, as sist tho said board so appointed with any mouey subject to their con troL Sec. 13. De it further, enacted, That this act take ellect and bo iu force from and alter its passage. Approved, Feb. 28, 13S0. A liood Job. Jackson Comet. , During tbe .hey-day of republi canism iu Mississippi, a certain politician high up iu the ranks was unpointed to a (at otlice, and of course bis followers nnd henchmen had to be provided for. Among the number w as one who uot being able to write a Very legible list, and all bands being required to pitch in aud beln make the transfer of thj olllce, it was necessary to find a job suitable for hi in to do. Among the many necessary things to Ue done, was a lot of oOiciiil docu ments to be stamped und forvvanleU to the department at Washington. So our man w as put to work licking stamps. The rest of tho party finished their labors aud adjourned to the nearest bar-room to jollify over their success, and left our friend licking stamps at a2:10guit. After remaining uwny for some time, they returned aud found the licker sitting in a chair with bis tongue utmost protruding from his mouth, and be mauaged tosar, ,4I can't htb no mo, my ton done swole all np." Alter giving ;him a little breathing tune, they furnished bun with a copying brush uud a pot ol water, aud bo completed tbo job, with the remark that 4,ifbe bad only known that it could be done that way, he would havo been through some time before." Job work neatly doUU III thin ollkU I'ASS t lltilsTIAX. L. L. Jordy, Dailey, Jr., Paw Christian. KewOtleaiiB, JORDY'S Cheap Store! Pass Christian, Miss. NO Fresh Stock! . Lower Prices! IVc Sell at Low a JVcw Orleans all Kind 4 ol Groceries, Dry Goods, noTions, SHOES.HATS, HARDWARE, Willoware, IVoodciiware, iroeucry, liuivare. Cheapet in the State ! We Buy for Cash: WOOL, COTTOX, lflli:, TALLOW. BACKS, 1IKKSWAX, UAME AND i'OULTEV. NO BRANCHES ANYWHERE ! v8 Stand ca Our Cm. llorits. THY UH! RE. JORDY & CO. My at). 1H79. 10-It n net Pass Christian, Miss. TIia nmli'initfiicl tuk plrnanro hi an nniinoiiiK to tho public Unit tlu-y nro rc I'l'iviuj; und opwiiiiK iii, in iho "OLD Ki:U KTOKE," a Urgo ami will-aclecU l Uck of STAPLE and FAKCT Groceries, Dry Goods, SUCH AS CI LICOS, Dlearhed and Drown Domestics, ALPACAS, Whit and Colored Lairnx, LINEN forlrtdiaf Dresncs, J riQVEti, 11WSH LINEN, Etc. A LARGE STOCK OF- Ladies' and Men's Hats, IN VARIOUS STYLE3 AND QUALITIES. SHOES, FltOM INFANTS' SIZE UP. Hardware, Crockery and Tinware, SaddleR, Ilridlos, ISeady-nadc Uotliing", Stationery, Etc., Etc. Onr Stock hiia bonn bnuiilifc at tlie low- mt CASH I'iroM, Bnlccted with grunt care, ami will be ollorvU to cnstouiura at COME AND SEE Ot'K fiOOPS AND II 10 A U OUR I'MCKS. WE GUAR AN TEE SATISFACTION. lirWill iny CASH fr Cotton, Wool, lliilisH, Tilluw nnd IIwkwhx. J Onr Motto itt "Honkht Wkkiut axd Mkasi'uk." WIu'H yon vt Tarn CluUtliin don't fnrijft to cull at tlio OLD RED STOKE, Ui'liiiiK to run it n liberal nlmro of tliu public mitrouago, wo rmnuin, vry its HHrtfully, ' Eaton 43 Gillin, April W, ltjy. 4-ly rdces ikai Defy CompeliiisB THE CO C BIS. RKOl'LAR TKIVS. CIRCUIT COURT SfcvEKTH Disriticr. Ja: S. I1a)im, Judg. Tuuma 8. Foku, District Attorn.-j. Lamii'rdaU comity, actoml Monday ia rVl-ruary aud A njjnst, routitinjng lrt daya. Kraiwr comity, hr Mond iy iu March and S,'iltil-r, continuing f-idaya. Clark touuty, third MoiiiUy ia Marrk and 8rit-Bilrr, continuing t iluya. Wayne comity, Hint Monday 'in April and Oftotx-r, eoi.tiiuiiug fi day. (IrvruD comity, tri-osd Monday in April and Ot-tobrr, continuing 6 day. lYrry county, third Mun.ljiy in April ami OrtulMT. continuing 0 day. Marion county, fourth 'Monday In April and ik'tohur, cwii I inning, ti darn. , HaiM-m k ronnty, tint Monday altrr tha fourth Monday of April aud October, cou tiniiiiiK W daya. llnrrinon county, third Mondny after the fonrth Monday of April and October, con tinuing 6 daya. Juckum county, fourth Monday aft-r fourth Monday of April aud October, con tinuing W day. CHANCERY COURT th District. CEOROE WOOD, Chancellor; Jarkwin ronnty, Bntt Monday of March' and Kcititnihrr, continuind 6 daya. HarriiMiu comity, second Monday in' Marvh aud S'truiler, continuing ti day. Hancock county, third Mondny in March and September, continuing 6 dajra.' Marion county, itceond Monday after the fourth Mondav in Mrvh and Septom ler, continuing tfdr'ja lVrry comity, flint Monday afW tha 4th Monday iu March ud September, con tinuing 6 daya. Urriie county, fourth Mondaya In March and Septumbar, continuing ti daya. Wayne county, fonrth Monday after the fourth Monday of March and bVptcmbef,' continuing 6 daya. Clarke comity, Ural Monday In May tad November, continuing 6 daya. Lauderdale county, third Monday ef May and November, continuing U daya. Kemper comity, aecond Monday in May November, continuing 6 dava Afouthly Rule of Chancery Court ori the acCood Afoudav In each month. PROFESSIONAL. AY. II. Mcintosh, ATTORNEY AT I AW AND NOTARY ITIil.lC. No. 40 St. Frunci tit., Mohile, Ala Will practice in Iho 'couila of Jackeoa eoiintv. ' - IE. Meal, A.TTOKNERY A COlJNSl.LI.Olt IT LAW Mississippi City, Mins. Practices In nil tfirCourta ol tin -.SoeutW Judicial DUtrict. J. IV. Tharp, ATTORNEY A t'OUNSELLOK AT LAVT No. 11 South liny nl atroet, Mobile, Ala. Witl practice in the Circuit and t lian. eery Courts of Jai kson enmity, Alw.j ae well aa in the cotirts of Aobile coi.uty, .11:1. CorreHpondeure solicited. Dr. W. D. Bragg,, rilYSlCIAN AND BUKUEttN, Residence : Moss roint,'Miu. Office Stewnrt'a ding storo, 3osa Total, end C'hidaey'a drug store, Scriiutun. Wilt jpmcticc lit AoKS.l'oiut, Berauton; tlio Scimluiro and vicinity. mil promptly nlleuded to, John J. Curti. UTORNEY & COL'NMELLOK AT LAW, I'uss Christum, Miss, v Will practice in all the Courts of the Kerenth Judicial Didtrict. l'rompt attention given to flic eollne-' tiou of claim. Dr. 11. IZIooKHlcld. SURGEON DENTIST, Itoij tit. Louis, Mississippi. Oflleo ou Front street, near Delorv'i drug store. Will vlHit all point on tho scnconKt. and attend to all calls from tho country. J. C. Heidelberg, Attorney and Counsellor at Law and tiohator tn Chancery, PASCAGOULA (Jackson county), MISS. will practice wherever ho may have bntinestt. Will give siieclnl attention to Collee tiona and Chancery biiKine, silch as s't tling estate, cxiuuining land titles, aud ffiving legal opinions, "iiuieting" titloa to nnd, obtaining divorces, etc . i:. t ltidKey, ATTORNEY & COUNSELLOR AT LAW, ticrantnn, Mississippi. Will pv.ifticit in all the court of tho Seventh Judicial District. Office At Chutney A Son's drag store. Sevmoiir Rulloekt Jr., PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Uraud Bay. Ala. OlFem his professional servlros to the citizens of Grand Hay, Ala., and vicinity. Call promptly attended to. m Will beat Sc'rautou ou Wodnosdays and Saturdays of each week during the sprinjr and summer, and attend to professional calls. Orders may be left ,t C. Chidaey'e drug store, Suniutou, Mias. . D. Lancaster, A1TORNEY &, COUNSELLOR AT LAW, lass Lltrtsttan, Miss. Will practice iu the Court of the Sev enth Judicial District. C. II. Wood. ATTORNEY & COUNSELLOR AT LAW, Moss Point, Miss. Practices in the Coiuts of Jackson, Harrison, Hancock, Perry nnd Greene. ir. A. K. Northrop, DENTAL HCRUKON, Ojfice at Puss Christian, Miss. Will visit all points upon the Coast, giving notice whenever he moves, at pres ent ut Pass Christiun. KollKHtl'K SKAI,. H. ltLOOUHlXO. Meal & XSloontfield, A1TORNEYH COI;NSE1RSatLAW, tieranton, Miss. . Will prm lii in nil the Courts of Jack hoii county, Missiwipfl. Koch partner ill ceul innc hi practice, in bin individiiitl -pm-ity In nil tho Court of the Revputh Judicial jistiict.