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31 IVEBS 4c W. A. DEES. PEACE. GOOD WILL AND PROSPERITY TO ALL MANKIND." r. PASCAGOULA, MISSISSIPPI, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 1881; OLUMK 530. ir k-a ptineootlTotiA. BOrt HABTWICE THOKP1, IV , ... owu tired of play, 'Lj i,y tb e ""' d ll iurblsVite. and.triui;.; wtimcaiutii.et graver thing.. M,Uvil.iliiUU t'lw'ir reach . .U boat tsud upon tbe beack. Mhrwkelter, Willi wcny diu, iu idea they elaniberwl iu -.UhhbUugW, nut-brown hair - ' . d 1..1 rii 'with lrr sweet lacen""" .Uiuiu fii " l,riuJ' dc,'P' Lrer, nearer, tb. great wave, creep rchlii out wilh their iaut band, .Ming it up unU out to ma. . . t...:.i f ,,t.1. mi went uowu mm n...- b , jhtcame, wilh footstep uump ami com j unlnwued; the hour erupt slowly by J now, ncroM tbe uiiny ky, I blf k l"u "'cbe far '' ud.liuts the golden e,uteol nay. l rtorm eouie on with fltifb and roar, Mile all Hi y shruuUeu o or lie grl wsve rolliujj from the west, riuiu nitflit ii1 darkness oil thair breast. lull Hast the boat through driving tunu, -rotwited by God powerful Arm. , Iriie lmie-botlnd reaacl, Seablrd, Ilea ii rciilv trim, 'twist eea and akloe. Iler captain pace natloaa mow, A troulib'd look upon hia brow, Wliili' all uiii nervca with terror thrill ; ' lie uliailuw of toiuo coming ill. mio mt ctnM up to wllere bo ataiuU, lAud grHi his arm with eager hand J A bunt haa Jimt awept pant, u he, 1 Bearing two children out to aea ; Tit duiiurriias uow to put ulMiut, Yet tlwy ciutnot be aaved without." Niini-lit but their naft'ty will anfficd; rhfyuniitt bo aaredf' tha captaiu orienj Hy tvery thought that'i Juat aud right, llr lipn 1 hoped to ki to-ulght, I'll pi'ril yescl, lifo and men, .Vtid God will uut forauke uie tlut," 'ith anxious faces, one and all, ":ith mm ivnponded to the call ; Anil lieu at lal,.Ua'UKh driving atorm, Tlii-y lifted up each litt!! form, Tho captaiu atartud with a s?roan, 'llj Ud!" ho tried, " they 'rjmj own" -J - (ohiiiioiiwoaJth Gocn iut the l'ubliNliiiiK I(n.sincM. rriiitttra'.C'irculur, (Hiiladulpuia.) A new dcimrture in tue I8hiiui of Btate laws lias wca WKi'ii 03 tlie Coiumouwealtu of Mii v'PI'i As ii HtuiulD. the uovL uoviW sh' erratiu cbaaKe, is iirovocutive ot profound HQrjirise. It Las witLiu it tlie Bccda of unnrecedautly uuique law Huita,aiiJit tho quaint eiaamle wbicu uau ben 11 set is iot lowed by huj othvr State ot tlie Luion. is sure to nrouuco couiu Biuii. and tho anuiliilatiou of one briincb ot Ibe nublisbiug busiuoss ia the bauds of private enterprise. At its last Bession tbo legislature t ilississipjii adopted a revised code of statutes, properly prepaied by comiiett'iit bands, calculated 10 meet uew statutory wains mai uau juiseu, aud which will arise Vn the wurse. ot Years. IU every oiaie. Co lar bo goou. AU meir w ibuuui the uieuibers ot the Mississippi legislature took a long step further m hii untried dnectiou. As a rider to the enactment adopting tho uew statutory code, the law-makers of Mississippi passed a law-uireciing the Governor to lane oui a copy right for the uew code 111 the name of the State, and to prohibit all persons, except by authority ot the Couimouwealth, from printing tbe same. Hnre. then, we have the sovereizu Commonwealth of Mis issippi converted into a law book imblishiuif firm, with the Governor, for the time, being, at the headot the concern. H seems scarcely necessary lor s to say, that it has been the prao uce of the Skates ot tue umou from the touiuiation ot tbe govern input, to encouraue the publication of the laws not to restraiu their publicity by tbe obstacle of a copy fietit. If we understand tho con Mitution nroperlv. this Is speciflcal h' declared to be a general right. however, this tH-aiel of the inter eating question is one for lawyers to settle ; tbe broad fact rtuiaius that all matters pertaiuingxo the administration ot justice tuftugh ft the length- and breadth of tbe 1'ind have, from time to which the memory ot man runneth not to the untrary, being adjudged publio property. This wholesome 000 trine has been applied from con gressional aud legislative enact iouts to onlnions ot iudires: in deed, it has beeu fotmally decided thattheopiuiousot Judges, express ed on the hennh In tli causes thev decide, are not subiet to coyright, simply because they are publio property. Though not, so far as w know, legally determined, it is generally held- that publio docti hmh, pwpHred by orhcials on salaries from tlie people, do not come withiu the scope of the copy right laws. MisftisMippra uew coue was pie pared at tUe cost ot the tax payers of that State, and would seem to be their projierty, to be printed by one, or more, or all of tuem, aud scattered broadcast if tltey wished so to do. Cuder tUe peculiar ac tion of the legislative body of tbat State, tbe uew code is not tbe property of the eople who paid therefor, butof tbe State of Missis sippi, wbieb,'lite au individual au thor, reserves all rights. The as sumption Is quite fair that tbe leg 'tlative ik) veer w hich instructed the K.iecutive tocopyi ight what sbould ;je as free us the air, has the right to fix the price at which the State copyrighted law-book shall be sold a figure which may be fixed at five hundred dollars an exorbitant price, a prcpuoieiouo nuui, uiucvu , but 110 more absurd than ine 110 complisbed fact of tho State of Mississippi copyrighting us laws. That Mule 0. Tiiiuw. Yesterday there was a sick mule lying iu a vacant lot ou Sixth street, and groaning dreadfully. here was nothing remarkaole about the mule, except that he was as thin 3S boarding bouse soi'p ana appeared to be iu tbe kst stages of coiiHumption. A crowd gaiiieicu around the prostrate form of the poor animal, aud one man enquired : " hy uou t soiuo oue snoot mm aud put biiu out of bis misery V " lou can't tlo it unless you see the board ot health," replied an other, and then tbe crowd began to siuuaso the cause ot lue mules sickness. " It's the botts," said a little man who.se complexion was tlie color ol a dried gourd, " see bow be heaves.'' " More like the cholera," repueu another, whenever their neck's swollen you cau just gamble your at cent on Us being tue cnoiera. TIim crowd divided on the ques tion, and one-half swore It was" (&e botts, aud the at her were equally as til 111 111 tl". ir belief that It was a pure case of cholera While the argument was going ou aim tne uiuli! groaning, au ohl negro wnu a rheumatic curl iu one leg twin a whitewash brush in his baud, edged lis wav throusrli the crowd, ami ut ter looking at the mule, carefully said : "OcmVn.dat mule's 'linked with do line 'steamer. I km tell it He iiiiuit I sees it. Dat s a powerlul likely looking aunriniil, an' I'se raised 'em an' handled Vm ever . 1:1 r...1l.. - since I wus crcune, uu 1 1 jn i-Lirht now ef ver cit dat mule uar on his feet uu' cib 'ini U s'lutiou ob tiirkciitiiiin an' cunimwder ues gwino ter get well, sho's yer stand iu' wbar yer is, ,It am er rauk biiruin' sin fur er yalerble aiiermul ter be ler hyar ter ne. .nj,i clar' fore de Lord, dat niulo ilaram wutt er hundred dollars at dis minit an' it enny body'U help git him np I'll 'tend to '1 in my set." Three or lour negroes voluutecr ed their services, and getting around the inrtle began to lift, but about the time they got him ball' wav uo be tottered, his legs gave in and lie fell to the ground with a sepulchral groan. " Look hvar." said tne ageu ne gro, "sum 00 yer ooys mini uu piece ob scantlin' an' we'll jes put . ' 1 t -.... it under bis stumusk an' prize uitu uu. dat's de nropah way ter lilt er mule ennvhow." The piece ot timuer was urougui and placed under the muio, anu ine old negro taking a hold ot oue eud said "Now'se de time, let 'tin come kinder steady. Dat's it, be keertul dar. Look hyar, yon niggati 011 tie udder side, yer niu't liftm er pound. It ess inv sou I. mau. 'tore tie um why doau' yer drap yer feet in do M.wi.u .... . (Trillin' nil' ll'H' PIL (II I11UIC U1P UU Minn fonlin' 'bout it." The men tuggeu-wuu a win, aim . , Ml 1 the uext iustant the mute stood on his feet, lie braced himself, put hia tail betweeu b legs, aud be lore the cTowd could realize what ho w as about be cutaloose with his hind leirs and knocked tbe old uo gro' who had "raised mules" over two furlongs of ground, then laying his ears back be hit tho crowd as a body and laid out four meu who had last retuned from a drug store with guupowder and turpeu linn in iriv liirj. After that be snorted a couple ot tllllAH. shook himself and began feediug on tbo grass as it uothiug unusual had bappeueu. "Nmv. lat W shows- yer do Knott? imv livHil meanness ob er inula mai the old darkey, as be cot ud aud shook tire dirt out of bis hair, Dat jos' piuts out ter fokes dat dar aiu't no pendence ter Iia nut in 'em no time. I 'clar fore ,do Lord dat dey'll kill yer while vr ia irviilff' tor hlD 'ell Olltell dere pain, de nasty, contomptcrbul vilyuiir" . It i wonderful how cheap Wtlkea A Co aell fineahiiea. Theycsn't lie liea!- Ptaudard: A young (erniau countess, who lived tbout a hundred years ago, w as a noted nulK'liever,aud especial ly opiHtsed to the doctrine of the resurrection. She diet1 w ben about thirty years of age, uud before ;ber death 'gave orders that her grave should be covered with a solid slab of granite; that around it should be placed square blocks of stone, and tbat the corners should be fasteued to each other and to tbe grauite slab by heavy iron clamps. I' pon the covering this inscription was placed : " This burial place, purchased to all eternity, must never be opened." All tbat h 11 111 in power could do to pievent any change id that grave w as done ; but a little seed sprouted, and the little shoot fouud its way betweeu the side stone and the upper slab, and grew there, slowly but steadily forcing its way until tbe irou clamps were torn us suuder, mid tbe granite lid was raised and is now resting upon tbe trunk ot the tree, which is largo and flourishing. The people of Hanover regard it as with almost a superstition, and sieak in lowest tones of the wicked countess; and it is natural they should; for as I stood beside that grave iu the old churchyard, it certainly im pressed mo more deeply thairl cau express. Is It 1'M.pcr! Kemper Herald. When we first took charge of this paper it was with an intention to make au honest living. We en tertain no ill will to any member of the association, wish them ull a pleasant aud profitable journey down the stream ot lite, and this is our feelings towards them now. The rate for legal publications is little enough, goodness knows, but we have reluctantly published these notices and received thereto!' the compensation allowed by law, aud we were foolish enough to be- icve that uo one in the newspaper business envied our work, but imagine our surprise not loti since, when the chencery clerk of this county luforuicd us that a certain uiriial in hast Mississippi, not published in this county, bad in formed him that it would publish certain legal notices lor twodollars less than we were doing the same work. We are not an ancient mem ber ol the association, but hi our opinion such a course is not proper, but ou the contrary is sloopping pretty low. M e ask the brethreu of the press if such a course is con sidered lair, uud until we have uu an expression 011 the suuiecr, me name ot the jourual shall not be revealed bv us, in the hoiie that if the course it is pursuing Is wMtigf it will put a stop to iU Little Sins. Piek up that oyster shell. Do little bole in the hard vou see a roof ot the oyster's house t That explains why there is a shell but no oyster. A littler creature called the whelk, living in a spiral shell, dropped one day on the root of the oyster's house. " Iho little inno cents," some one has called the whe ks. "The littler villains," atr ovster would call them, tor tne whelk had au auger, und bores and bores until lie reaches tho oyster it self, and the poor oyster finds he is ffoinsr ui through his own root fie goes up, out no never comes down. A writer spenks of noticing ou the shores of Urittany the holes iu oyster bored by its enemy,, both biiiL'lur and nturdorer we should call him. "A little, sin, a little siur er es a lov wuo may irave oeeu 1 caiiirbt saying a prolaue word, or strolling witu a bad associate, or reading bad book, or nipping a e ass ot beer. wxnt mane too much of it F be mits. Y011112 friend, that is the whelk on the oysters uacs. iou uam given the tempter a chnuce to use his anger, and he will bore mid1 bore until he reacbos the center of ail moral worth iu the soul, aud draws your very lilo away. A ltelic of Barbarism. Yaioo Cify Herald. The Oxford Falcon characterizes one ot the provisions of Campbell's new code the oue we mean wuicu subjects tbe bed and bedding- u-pou which tbo wife and children of the teuant sleep, and every article of household aud kitchen furniture aud wearing apparel to the process 0f Rt as a relic ot barbarism. It is tyrannical and barbarous aud is disgraceful' to-the spirit of the age. The sooner it is eliminated from tho statute book tbe better it will be for rhe interests ot the State. If a man- winks his left eye at a prettv girl, and' she likes it ought not to be indicted. ReeorH. Fully 100,000 pounds oleomarga rine are weekly produced st the works on the grounds of the West Philadelphia Abattoir. This is at the rate in round figures of 5,000, 000 pounds iu a year, four years ago a yearly output of 1,000,000 pounds was sufficient to meet the deuiaud. Now tbe eall is iu excess of tbe stfiiply. A market could b found for 50,000 pounds a week if a sufficient supply ot necessary ma terials were forthcoming. From 25,000 to 30,000 rounds ot beef fat, 1500 quarts ot milk and 1500 to 2000 pounds of dairy butter are1 daily consumed at the works in the manufacture of artificial butter. Two-thirds of the entire amount ot oleomargarine made at West Philadelphia is sent to Europe. Loudon, Liverpool uud Glasgow are the principal markets. A few consignments have been sent to Italy, China and even to Calcuta, ludia, but tho Europeans do not take kindly to the American article. A good trade is growing up with South America, and largo ship ments are made to Kid de Jauero, l'aru and IV rnauibneo. Some of tho West India islands are ulsociis tomers. In this country the bulk of the supply ia takeu by New Or leans, although shipments are oc casionally made to o lots anu liodton. Oulv a small pereeutage of the entire production ispatupou the rhiladelpbia market. Oi-gaiilziUioii Ysznd IferaM. tlllHt lA MaUlUlilied, The dfHor-aufidng proposition of tho two Icksbnrg papers, looking to the running ot the man who may chance to be their favorite for gov ernor, whether nominated by the democratic couveution or not, finds 110 favor with the democrats masses. Tbo organization of our party uml a strict adherence to its usages must bo maintained at ull hniirds and to tbe last extremity. With us men are nothing pnuci pies even thing ; for men may come uud men may go, but democrat') uvea on forever. lire idea ud valu ed bv the papers referred to is a nioiiDsilioii 10 issue letters 01 . . . ; I maiiiiie against the ileuiocralio party, and it successfully carried out the authors ot It uiigui wen congratulate themselves upon be- in'' the most "skillful architects of ruin the world oversaw." Noth ing that could be devised wjmld more effectually bring about the destruction of the democratic party than the success of tne scheme proposed by our Vicksburg con temporaries. We advise them to call a halt. Cumplx'U'8 Code. A quantity of the true inward ness of the Campbell code is com iug to light by means of the press, The code makes a cruel, nupisi uw crimination against the laborei. Vickburg Herald. Yes. it is safe to say tbat the new code is against tbo laboring man every time, from the juior all round those w Irfr work for a dollar a da v. Put,!wlien it conies to those who net $5 aud $10 a day tor easy services iu cushioned chairs in fine' aoai tiueiits, it is as liberal a book ua we em miw. Tho three thou aaud five hundred dollars which were thrown at ndge Campbell's bead (by a eiifltnTitt legislature) tor reading the vroofsheets and ar ranging the chapters a service which could have been lar better iierforiiied bv any intelligent prin ter iu the State lor one hundred dillarH is a very lair specimen of thu whole tlrMic, aud a true index of the code's liberality with tbe people's money with a certain class. and its desire to starve another class out of the State. Raymond Itcfraetory Witness and a Habeas, Miiriiliau Mercury. F. T. Sanford was cited to nppea yesterday before Cameron, circuit clerk and emuutiwdoiiere to give evrd-enee for defendant in the case nf C. 11. Wil rams vs. Planters Iu Balance Company, of Memphis, auit brouirht for damages for wroucful prosecution for his alleg ed burning, of bw liliettiix hotel to obtaiu the lusurauce money. Hanhird appeared before the ..urn milliner us ordered, to have his deposition takeu to be used the case, aud whou asked to state the facts be knew, deelinedj-for the rU,iu,.n o. tin mil 1. that lie wouiu iTimiimtH himself and make him self infamous were 1m to- Btate tbe Ami stilt refusiiiff. the coin- inissioucr ordered him to jail for coutempt. Sanford immediately sued out a writ of habeas corpus before Judge Ilatnm, aud upon bearing of tho writ was released for tbat rcuson. You can be cremated at Gotha, Germany, for f 10. i"u 11 " 1,1 he ' cost yotf eoosiocruuio w sw 'Gbtba, Morrill & PIcrritt, Fast laMfii;oula, Mis., . runbaarra aud bbippera oi Hewn and Kawa .Timber, P. O. Aiturraa, MOfS l'GlT, illSJj. IV. 3. 10. 41 -Km IV. K. DrussM and Apothecary,! Mo.ss point, miss, lVaU-r ill PtHij, C'AeMuYiik, l'ukut MtilivtHet rainta. Oils le-Stutl'i, Toil. t .rt!ili, Catulira, Uuiduu N.d, 1'uttv, Wnnlow ilai, rlc. Sole areut fur Jui'kium rimntr for the 1'oluiau l.iver 1'ad and meilu iu.. Oil. 3. WJ. 3-tf rlAND & BLUMER. MOSS VOI XT, Jirxs., Manufui tunrs of STEAM ENGINES GANG AND CIRCULAR Saw Mills, Brass and Iron Castings, FOIltiirS'tJN, 12TC. ar.vT! ton American T it ! l' ( o. i'cUbratrU i'.mrry iri, For Gnmilllng Ki(d Sliarpetilng Sawa. Tiipa unit Pica, .Vacliini-ta Fiirnihini;. Kte., Una ripe anil (iaa Mmiia. an Ma-a; 1 tolls and Nnta. finiu inch to H iueliea ; Kubber uud Leuther Hilling, etc. All work hi our line ilohe aa eheap aa villi bo done South. Monthly paytn.iita reiiiired, and jwi'iivfy no devnilion lioni Una rulo. I'loiiiptiieaa, iliputeh mid low ruloa ia our motto. June 11. ls-0. N-l.V Millinery AND I winli in rail the nltention of tlio pl'ib- lie to thu f.vcf that, in Bdditiou to my al ready very laigo atotk of DRV G001S, NOTIOXS, And Lndiea' Good of ull kinds, MRH. 1ILUMKH lUa ru-opeued a MiWincry and Dress-Making Establishment, Kntirelr aepnrnle from the at ore, and hint aelected h. r atock of Millinery t.ooila Iu pcraaii in New Yoik.iiml will receive them ooiiatanrFv; freah and of the luteal, at y lea and deirna. lme. I lentoreat.'a reliable put turftV ill way. on linurt . Proprietor of the Mississippi Steal" Tannery And Sho Manufactory, MOSS POIST, Ml.lWSIl'n, Also deulor in GENERAL MCIU'H HnviiiKliiy ahne laeloiy Hjiuin ill toll nperiitioti, 1 have opened n luru," ah"" atore, w here alioea will bo aold t tactoiy prices, mid any peraon wialiinn a pair ol lioneat, honic-iiiade alioea at retail can get them at rock-'-ottoui priuea. All I nk w a triu'. Coiiv' aaid sonvlue. yotuaelf. dept. 84. W. -'.Y MISCELLANEOIfS. STILL TO GRANGERS Aku tiik bala.nck oi Jf.f. W.V.' I am atill at. ..,-, 0 RANGERS LA A VIS Q, UILOM RIVEK. MISSm where mar bo fsund every di m nption of GOODS willnav, the hiKheat mnrket peieea tor ?! . Zi'u i..e. Heititi thankful foi-pmit M,.t. aHlicll A cmitiniiniiee of the iamV. TH08. W. GRAYSON, June 13, IHO. " - fob sace; Tmitf desiring to piinthaaw lots of ,..i iw.tli i'mwovnd and tuiimproveo, till Hud it to their advantage to call ou uraddroas MKS. M. L. 1'OL. Bciaiitou, Miaa. .iimtai lt,lcl. il0i LIVING J 'axon ijoulu Corn and Qrist Hill, ittcagoula, (Straiitoul'. O.) .Via. I COKN.CORX I'Lorn GK1TS, MKAI, and HUAN alwayaonhan I, or delivered at I tbe dcMt, at price, aa tow aa caa be any I where olitainrd I All urdera from ixint alona th f!a. ro4l promptly ill-l, ami are rt-tt'ully : aollciteU. JOI1J U. I'l-LJIA!", i Proprietor. I Serantmi. April t iy $(11 ANTOV. MISS., w (SoinN aide railroad I, R. P. BL ALACK, Pxoprietor, I lenler iu Pure Wiin , Liijioii, Knali I.aytr I. er, t'ii;;ir, 1'idiai-er., I'.U: I have in fotinevlinti itli Inv aitloou an nyater ataud, where 1 will aiipply ennloiu era with the be fieiU ovii ia, at tiny hour. U. I'.'HLALAl'K. Kuv. H, l-. :U ly m. v. b. i io:y. j. w. i.ai kKMHNr:. pAREYY&yiiiUREHDINEj Didlinta Axenue, S4TtHt0H, - .Tlia IValelit iu DRY GOODS NOTIONS, UMTS, 8UUK8, II J TS, Frtsh (innorics aiul Fet'tlj Ciiniiftl trtiWH, tinware, lluMwale, and Fverythiuit eonneeted witli a KiuaT-C'lss 8toi':k, which w ill ho aold low dowu for the ra.ih. tfr'Alao Winea, Miinora, Ale, etc. Give ua a cull and aeo tor youraelvea. Jmiiiiiry 1, 1HI. 4M.T ATTENTION! F. BECHT, Tonsorial Artist, V.lSCMWl la (itr.vim, MISS. Wilh NKW fit A IKS. New K.ora, etc., lie .'I linnpv to attend hia old rna- lonu ra un. I , any new ouch. Ktipport thu Dkmih n.i-M.n niiuyoiir iiutber. Hair l'nHiii) ;)5 cent Shaving .l.r " Sliainpooinj.. I'.".. Xi " Hair ilrcaaiiij 1 Mount ik lie lived .."0 " t The C'elelirilted Hoyt'a Commit t'o logiiu ulwnya ou baud, and thu beat Hair Oil. for auln elii'ai. In I y The Hiversitlc ! rw More I Sew oohI! JWLMAS I'ropit. Wo have Jnat built, a new afore mid opened ou the river, ueur Dolnuia uiill, a new and complete atock of GENERAL MERCHANDISE C'O.NKISTINO OK Ir- CJooda, Notions, f roeeriea. Shoe, ClothiiiK, Crockery warn, Pilinta, Oila, llruabea ami ui-in l ill hhip Cliaiiillery, all of which will be aold aa I'Awp ua fir ( ((tf. Cull und ace our attk la-fore pure hnain g elaewhere. Country prialuce taken tn ex vlial.Ke for gmala. Scranlon. Miaa.. Not. S. IiWI. S-W II. KUKHM. H. KREBS & SON, EAST l'ASCAGOl'LA, MI8S., Dealer ill e. CLOTHING, Boots and Shoes, Family Groceries, FEED, HARDWARE, TIXAVARE WINES, LIQUORS, ETC. Hijshcat ii.orkct price puld for ;Country Produce. Junnary 14, Wl. 43-ly HOTELS. ST. JAMES HOTEL, NEW ORLEANS, LA. After httvinir been put in couiulcto re pair ia now open to the public, lue itu deraiRiied is fully nwain tlutt elenn nioiiia, ood tuble ami itnci. iiiieniiou to irueaia noceaaiiry to liuino ancceas. icrma modem to. J, B. LONQLEY, Prop'r. October, ISHtl. W-ly Montross House, 1ULOXI, MISS., P. J. itloiilros, Prop'r. Kirat-cluss In all its appointments. One nf thu nnant and healtliiest locations on tho Luko Shore, with splendid view of laike and Forest. lalilinr. WHinilit atlii boating ol tho rlnost description. Terms reasuinritki. 8iHciiil rates to fain Uie. For fui filer" psrticiilun, sildi-eas P.J. MONTKOSS. Aiit. 6. 1HH0 -tt Spenglcr House, The Only luitl f r-twn. OPEN ALL WIGHT. (Opposite the Capitol.) v n.novuted. renaired aud furnish ed with new furniture turoiijrhotit. GuesW cau oboes, tne Aiucneiiu or .iiioc.m fiNone bnt polite and attentive ser vants employed. Sutnple Kooina llttod up cspeciidly for commercial men. (7"Frue Hack from and to all trains, dav aud uiuht. Terms, fl P'r day. When you come to Jackson and want A annul meat mid cleau bed, atop at the1 Snootier House. CHKlS.IUNt'KLE, Mansfi-r. Marehr,f19:l, , TUE COUKT8. , . . . , . . ciKCiirrotKT skviKTHiniiTsicT. Jamkh S. H.vUM, J'hle. THoMta S. t'oatt, Diitnil Attorney. . LamUrdale eoniitr, aetoiul ilpnday U fVlrury and Angnr, rohiinaing IS daya. Kemper enmity, tit '-,! Moiiday in -March aud S. iil. ini" r. i out mimiu I'iiljia. finite rot'iity, tlird .Mi.ih'.uv iu Manh and September, cbiuiutiiii ! ilaya. . Wayne county, tir-l Muilay in April and Ottiiber, e:. tinning li ilaya. ' lin-ene tnnnty, areimd Miiuihiy in April aud Oi tubrr, rouliiiuiiiK S ilaya. .': l'erry eoiiuty, third Moiniay in pril and Oitolier. eon tin nina S ilya. Marion ronu'y, f.uth Monday in April and Octolx-r, rontuiuiii( ilaya. llaiirixk roniiir, rip. I Momlay alter tho fourth Monday of April and Ortuber, eou liiiiiiui: Ull.lll. ' - Han iin eoiuit r, third Monday after tho fourth Monday of April aud October, cou- iiniuiij; ti day. Jai ktvu eoiuitr, toiirth .Mon.l.iy alter fourth Momlay of April and October, cuu tiiium 1'.' iluva. CIIANCKEY COCUT-Ttii Distuict. GKOKGi; WOOI, ChahceUor. Jackaon foii'itv, flrat Momlay of March aud gepti-mlier, roiitiunin); S ilaya. ., Harriaon coiiuly. aecoml loiinay iu. Man b aud Sep' enilvcr, roiititinlnjr H duyi. llam-oi'k eninty, tblnl Monday lu Man h aud 8 pleniber, cotitinuiii( daya. Marion onin'v, aecond Mouduy after the fourth Mou iav in Mnh and hW-pk'tn-ber, eoutiuiiiiift 8 daya. , l'erry roiinty.lin .U'tulSy iifUr th. 4th Monday in March nd ie4en;uer,eoa tiniiiiiK ilaya. Green, county, fourth Monday la Man b and .September, eoulinninx daya.. Wayne county, fonrth Monday after tho fourth Monday of March and tVpteniber, contitiuinii 6 ilaya. . Clarke county. lirat Monday in May aril Xovember, i'outinuiiir H da. , Lliudenlale county, third Monday of May aud NovembcY, eoiitiuiiinK 14 duya. Kemper comity, weond Monday in May Novernlwr, eoutiuuhiKKdava, ,. Afoiithly Rnlea of Chancery Court ou the aecond .UoudikV ill each mouth. PROFESSIONAL. J. II. Flanagan, ly;NTAL Kl'KGKON, iti'(itkv Mi. Pre, "i-ed to do all work in hiaprofcaaion, uud Kiianuu , aHtiafactioii. AV. ATTOKNET II. is-lnlosh AT LAW ANU NTri i '' AKY 11 it: ,IC, Xo. 40 M. FrancU St., Mobile, J ft. Will practico iu tliu courts of Jutkauu ATTOliNEUY A COl.'.NSKLLOK AT LAW Minixippi Mix. Piai tii'i ainiill IheC turfa of the Kiiveuth Judicial llistrii'l. J. W.TIiarp, AITOKXEY X' COUNSELLOR' AT LAW No. 11 8onth I oyal street, Mobile, Ala. Will practice In tho Dlrcnit d Chaff. eery Court of Jackat u couuty,.lfiaa., aa well aa in tho coitrti of .Wobilo county, Win. Correapoltdeiice aidicitcd. Dr. W. I. Ilrugg, PHYSICIAN AD SURGEON", lienidence : Moi roint, Ji, OQIcea Stewart' drug atore, Jfoaa Poinlf, and Cox'a dniR atoie, Kcranton. Will prartie. at tfm Foiut, tkrautoli,' the Seaabore and vlcit ity. . AW culla promptly att -nded to. J. C. Ilcidclberff, Attorney and Counsellor Laic and Solicitor in Chancery,' l'ASCAGOl'LA (Jackaon comity), MISS. Will practice wherever ho may hav. buai no. Will irive atiecinl Attention to CoTM- tioua und Chancery hnainesa, such M aet tliiiK eatatea, exainininj hind titlea, and riving tegid opinion "ipi!e.tinjj" titles to laud, obtainiii( divoiecs, etc. C. 11. YTootrY ATTOUNEY &. COl'NSELLOK AT LAW. Mom ToM, Mis. Praciicca In thu Courts of Jackson, Harrison, Huncock, l'erry and Greene UUDKUICK SKAL. It. lil-OOMKIKKOV (weal Ac Rloomlield, ATTOlwNEYS A. COUNKEL0118 at LAW, Scranton, Mixs. Will practice in all tlie.Ci.mts of Jadr ! sonconiitv.Misaiaaippi. Kacb partner Will continue to priietwo iu hia individual ca piieity iuall Hio Coorla of thu SeventL Judicial Diatriet n MISCELLANEOUS. WithP.U.IUNU, , Wolf TotPH,' .WiM ., Dealer in GeneralMerchandise Cash paid for Couutry Produce. Wool1 aaiH-oialty. . .. Krancoiss) Iarrizette, UVf TPH, .Tf., Dealer in Wines and Liquors. August in, im. . i 'y Stu'Sf t & Snryder Gl'LF rO-fST Sheep Efirmr THOUOUGHUKED MJSRiN'M. the only kind sti.tod'th' tills climate, con stsntly for sale.- ' ' re VA'vf- ft t'cus ivas .if superii quality aid uudotibted'purity, Oceaa tlii'llist Ni.-s., 4-ihq Jauumy J, 1;?L 6 1 r t Nrx rl 1