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gf r. K. M. A. DEES.
"PEACE, GOOD WILL AND PROSPERITY TO ALL MANKIND." TEBXS-t9 Year, la A4iuc. VOLUME 30. PASCAGOULA, MISSISSIPPI, FRIDAY, MARCH 4, 1881. t-rtew of " Datls' forth eoniius Book-Topk-s Diseiissed (U u,e -Bise EU of tbe Confederate Governlueut.,, Ckksg" Lettr 10 8t VuU EePuWin-, ti, Timet makes public the top ic discussed by Jetterboii Davis in K history, "TbeKise and Fall of the Confederate Govehwiwt," soou w be issued. Jit. Ddtii'intrudiic tion i 8Dorl oue ve'in uot suite to page. U dedicates tbe vork to the widow and orphans 0t the Confederate- dead, fl e eeives it to t hl&Uty tt fciaWu trTBJMi o prepur this bistCsf of the rise and failure of tbeir cause. Be finds in the structure or the thirteeu iu.dependetitSUte .and their relation to 'each other tbe ..riiimrv uriuciplea and vented rirhu on which be rest bia vlndl cation or tha Caofederacy. lie evidences tbe doctriue of State nflrsreiirurV iiif 'the l-ttfpaeC y which the States voluntarily guve their consent to ftfJerattou 'with no deiiiti expressed vr implied ever to become iracuouai parts 01 tue nation, and be believes that those who resisted the violation ot this original compact were in fact tbe true friends ot constitutional union. The author, discussing niiuciules aud eveuts in tbeir na tui-al and logical order, Hist gives Lis attention to Atricau servitude aud tbe loug ami bitter sectional strife to which it gave rise, lie then take! up tUequestioa of State rihtl, giving .constitutional ami historical arenments ou which he rests the principle or State sorer eienty, aud quoting copiously from nil authorities, op -the subject. These duestio M uiwlra Ml stlte meiit ot the immediate tiune! of the wat oocuiij-ouo-iullt tb first volume. ! ITbe remainder or tbe work is given to u mutative ot tbe struggle, including the fullest stateiucut yet written from 'the Southern stand point or the fierce dissensions iu the- Confederate councils, nud of hi defense ot the prolongation of tbe wur for inutiy mouths alter many ot the ablest lues in tbo Softtbwete fully con Mnceii that tueir struggle :wns a boneless one. lu tbe opening work he trout ot the early legislation on tbe subject of slavery, lie Acquits tbe South of all responsibility for the exist euce in its midst of THE riiCfUAR INSTITUTION, Hiid calls attention to the tact that Virginia was tbe first Stitte to pro liibit the importation liifbato terrl tory of blacks hmughttolhiscouu try' and reduced to slavery,' am' that Georgia was the tlrst State to incorporate in its constitution the prohibition ot tbe African slave trade.' Alt ' through tbe work he treats ot slavery not a the cause ot the war, but ouly as an iucideut of tbe secessiou movement. Tbe paramount question be declares was enunlity in tbe territories and the inability of tbe South to main tnia ita equal rights iu tbe territo ries, and new made States ot' tbe Uuion. lie traces the conflict which intensified uutil it burst iuto 6uen war W'bilion tWb enb ict be swaks in condemnatofv terms of tbtf Missouri compromise, which he regards as n surrender of the rights which belonged to the South, aud which it should have dittiutained, but nfter ft was ndopt Sd h believed it should have been udherrd td, and be urraigus the North and the Federal government for the failure of the compromise wbicu was practically repeated by the bills orgattiewig fh territories of Kansas. ad2febraf1(tt' hi 1859. It will be dlwerveil (hut Mr. Davis takes occasion to declare in uimiy places throughout the work els de votion to tho constitutional union He iimtanues iwehes which be wade in 1851 floring his candidacy ior governor of Mississippi iu op position to Henry 8. Foote. ; These speeches contained renented do claratioiis of his aftherence and de votiou to the Union -mid ba affirms' iuai uis public deads were at all times actuated by this spirit be fore the general government began Vl. ... - - . . " violent encroachment on the rights of the States It was during me fierce administration that THE STBVadUi is xa.aV betweon Ui; Free sdS tR Pro verr iiarties euluihiated in bit- lertiess. Thil Btracale Mr. Davis mids (he beigirruhig of immediate causes ot the war. He devotes t'OHsiderable uniio to a deaeriotiou of what ha calls the risurnatioii of 'Me aeueraJsotliorftie, , Oongress, t Will hit mtUnri,lfiv,A,rulrtxuii "agnize tile dlegate chofwrf tro-in tionl sf Un jseverelricTHt Kaosaa ou tlie irronnd that lis dec- uUdd the conduct of Secretary Jion by ibe rru alaVtfry party bad own procurfd br frauds Ire m g.ards tp JfepeliTi ot thtf . Missouri compromise as re opening tho ques tion of slavery it the territories d as precipitating the conflict OHtweeu the 'opposing" parties pal 11 v' Almlitionists of tbe North. Slid wbfen finally compelled the South in self-defense to tale a decided stand. He holds tbe violent Aboli tionist largely responsible for the final breach ot tbe peace. Bring ing bis history down to the election of Liucolu, he finds the Federal government iu te handsot s party auder which tbe soutueru States could uot live. Liucolu was elect ed upon a plattoiui of lesistauce to slavery exteusion. A party antaj- onistic to tbe Sooth aud believing in tbe centralization of power in tbe Federal government controlled tbe executive department. Having devoted bait ot tbe first volume to the exposition ot the causes which led the South to de sire a separation from the Federal eovernineut, Mr. Davis proceeds In several chapters to defeud tberight ot secessiou. Iu justification ot this right be quotes largely from Yebster, Calbouu, Douglas, Oree- ley, Seward, Benton and Clay iu luaiutaining tliat tue compact be tween tbe Stateswasof the nature of a confederation. lie draws largely lor the basis of bis argu ment upoti debates iu the constitu tional couventiou of 1789, aud for tifies himself with extracts from Storcy,ou the constitution, Elliott'b debates, and Bancroft's history, lie refers to TUB MEMOEABLE DEBATE ou the purchase of Louisiana, when Josiuh Qu'nej, ot Masrachusetts, asserted in tho house of represen tatives, that tbe net virtually dis solved tbe Uuiou,so that the States were treed from their obligations, and should prepare tor peaceable or forcible separation. He gives tbe bist'jiy ot the adoption of the tenth amendment to the constitu tion by which it was provided that " powers not granted to the United States by toe constitution uor pro hibited by it to the States are re served to the States respectively or to the people." He vindicates the light of sooessiou us perfectly com patible with the constitution, and claims besides, that the general government has uo rightful power to prevent it. lue question ue maintains, rests with the people, trotu whom all power i derived Arriving in tbe latter part of the first volume, at tho period wben hostilities commenced, tho iiarrn- tivo makes rapid progress. Ibe author refers to tbe Northern pro tests against coercion, in wbioti connection tue name ot Ureeley figures proiniueutly. He maintains that the South did everything in its power to goout of tho Luion peace ably and quietly. The couscrra tive temper ot tue aoutiiern people, he says, was suowu in tbe early acts ot congress and the adoptiou of its constitution. It was tbe de sire aud endeavor ot thu Coufedcr acy to bind and uuite the two countries together iu friendly ties He takes u friendlier view of Liu colu at the beginning of his ad ministration tbau oi his control's iu tho Federal jro'ertimeut. 4 Ho sneaks of Lincoln's iuaogurul ad dress, aud Buys that Liuco4h did uot so far violate the traditions ot bis country us to defend coercion. VYbire arguing against the right of the South to secede and stating he would use torce euough to pro teet United States property, be did hot intimate thai an invasion ot Southern soil would he nudertaken. These extracts from Mr. Lincoln's inaugural led the South to bope that tho separation would be brought about in a peaceful man- uer. Among tie arguments with which he supports this theory be cites contemporaneous debates on the subiects iu the senate of tue United States, and quotes Senator Douglas' resolution ordering tue withdrawal of tbe garrisons occu pying Southern forts. He accuses Seward and others of BAD FAITII 1 in representing that no hostne iu- teutioo was iurolveu in tue succor which was Bent to garrisons and forts, whereas the real desigu was to enable tbe troops to bold ont ffcaiust the demands of the South I - - . . . . . . li . a... for the restoration of hff property He characterizes the acts ot Lin coin's ndmluistrntioii in sending ammunition to Fort Sumter as au act of fraud and prevarication. Defending them and still justifying tbe right of tiro South to withdraw from the Uuroti anuiorm aovem- Bicut of its owu, he lays the re sponsibility of all tue - bioonsuea upon the Nortbv He speaks at leugth of the jdhtney ot the peace commissioners, wlitf were sent by the1 Confederate government from Moutcomery, then its capital, to WSshiugloii, .to negotiate , lor , a 1 ...liat,nunt . nt tlia OUeS- Seward and bis colleagirrs during these dalibfiattousi'arj pserts that ttotovertorcii;ilM3 itioati were not hiet lu a frank anltgndid spirit. 6 : A few nice Triimntd Hnta, for Ladies, ut HOW somr ox thm BEAST. BR VISED How tuftly on til Wuue4 heart A word of kiutlueM falls, Anil to the dry and parched aoul The iuoit'ui>eitr-4lrop call ; Oh, if they knew who walked tho earth Mid sorrow, grief and pain, Th power word of kiudueia hath, T war paradUo again. The W-eakeitt and the pooreat may Tho aimpie pittance give, Aud bid flllghl to withered heart Return j;ain and live ; Oh, what.U lifejif lovo be loat f If man' unkiud to man Ob, what the heaven that waits beyoud This brief aud mortal apan t At atara upon the tranquil tea . . In niiniie glory shine, So word of klndneea to the heart Kefleut the source diviue ; Oh, then be kind, whoe'er tbou art, That breutbest mortal breath, And it .hall brighten!! thy life. And aweeten oven death. A Southern Grace Darling. Galveaton New. Capt. Classon, of the sloop Tom my, plying between Clear Lake aud this city, gives tbe einau account of nn act ot heroism by a young girl that is emiueutly worthy ot record. He says that duriug the last norther a small sloop, In which there were two men, was capsized oft Edwards Point. Both succeed ed in getting upon the bottom of the boat, aud in this perilous posi- tiou were buffeted by the wind aud tbe sea. aud exposed to tbe cold for about 24 hours. One of tbe men, utterly exhausted was ready to succumb, but bis companion bound him to the boat with a rope, aud thus prevented his destruction Finally thev were carrieu uy me waves to witbiu about a mile ot the shore, when they were seen through a sypglasa by Miss Evans, a lOyeur old daughter of a gentle man residinir at tue Lawrence piace ou the bay shore, between Edwards point aud the mouth ot Clear ciecw. Tue brave gin, realizing nieir im minent peril, anil knowing turn there wus no one ou the place to go to their rescue, herself launched frail skiff and set out to aid them. With such a sea as was running. this would have been a hazardous uudertaking for a strong muu, but the little heroine wus not daunted by danger. Fulling through the billows uutil exhausted, she would drop her anchor, rest,and, hoisting ber we cuts. woulU start anew, in this manner she slowly worked her wuv to the men. whom she relievou from tbeir dangerous situatiou,aud safely couveyed to laud, attending to their wants, aurt gently cuiing for them at her lather's noose. Talked to lliui Like a Palficr. A Detroit lawyer, famous for his wise nud candid opinions, was the other day, visited by a youug ot toruey, who explained : " I was ad mitted to tbe bar two years ago. and think I know something about law, but the minute I rise to ad dress the jury 1 forget all my uoiuts uud cau say uothing. ow 1 want to ask it this doesn't show lack of confidence lu myself, and how can I overcome itf Tbe wise attorney shut his eyes aud studied the case for a moment betore an sweringt 4,My youug friend, if it is lack ot eoiiBueueu m yourseii u will some day vanish, but if it is the lack of bruins, you had better sell out your office eilects aim buy a nick axe aud a Ion 2 hairdle shov el." "But how ami to determiner anxiously asked the young mm. " I'd buy the pick axe any how nud rou my chaucest" whispered tbe aged adviser, as be moved over to tbo peg for his overcoat. If Ho Only Uadi Auguitu (Ga.) Newa. A naval officer who was present at the presentation of Gen. Long street, our Turkish minister, to tho Grand Turk, writiug to hfs brolhet rn Teniessee, gives a graphic de scriptiou of the scene, which was " urrayed in purple aud gold," and naval "Gen. Louiistreet delivered a very charmiug address, aud was the finest looking tnmi preseut. The truth is we are all in love with n,u niil anbliur. mid feel verv nrotid of America's representative." We, too once felt very proud of him. and weuia ao so sun uau uo ie inaloed steadfast io bis democratic principles, Kepublltan Intimidation. Jackaen Clarion, Oen. Weaver,' late greenback rfltiilldata for uresideut, in the hosse of representatives the ether day said, that Southern bulldozing Is as nothing" compared with' the 4ti ri in 111 ution of voters practiced by the republlcap mill-owners aiid mannfflnturers ot Massachusetts, ...t in. Weaver said wbut ift strictly tro. The Way Sbe Identified Hint. Detroit Free Praia. A tew days ago a man called at a bouse on Fort street east, and asked for a little bite to eat. He was refused, and shortly after be left a cloak was Bussing from tha tree. The police were notified, and thu other day wbea they arrested a mau ou suspicion, tuey seui ior the w,inan to come down to the ity ball aud identify him. When he was asked it she was cert iln that she conld identity the man who had called, she somewhat In- ignautly replied: "Ideutify biral Why, I could pick him out from among teu tbousanu : ' She was then confronted with the prisoner She gave him a good looking over and called out: " Oh, vou cau't tool me I lou've had your hair died from black to red since you csked for cold pan cuius, but I'd know you if I saw ou it TexasP Tbe captain beie observed that he never heard of black hair being dyed red, and otter a brief examiu atiou he asserted that the prisoner's hair had not been dyed ot all. "well, I may possibly be nn taken about his hair," said the wo man, but I'll swear to bis over ooat. I took a good look at it as he weut oQ the steps, and I kuow it's the coat and the man. I par ticularly noticed that the third but ton from tbe top was missing. The captain quietly iuformed her thai it wus au overcoat ue uau oor- owed within the hour aud asked the urisouer to slip ou. The wo mau wouldn't give iu ior sometime, .... . but finally said: " Well. I migbt Have been mis taken, but I looked square into bis eves, ana 1 kuow iui is me oiun " What color did you Bay bis eyes were!" ' Blue, sir.lisibt blue.'' " But this man's eye are black- coal black !" So thev were. Tho woman rtna dumb with astonishment tor a time, but Dually rallied and saidt " Didu't this man wear a slonch hat w heu arrested V , " So. ma'am ; be wore a cap." "And don't you ihink heiibe man f " 1 don't think uuy thing about it, as I never saw bim until an hour B20." "Is it positively necessary that! identify bun as tbe main" " No. nia'm " " Theu I euess I weu't. Fact Is, I was a little Hurried that morning, and I don't think I sot a fair sight of the fellow. Besides that, I think thu cloak was stolen the day betore I missed it by uu old woman who was selling notions." Tbe CemliiK Struggle. Holly Snringa Reporter. It is currently rumored that the discordant political elements in this State will toine together ami form a line iu opposition to tbe uemo cratic party In the coming cutu puigu. Ex Gov. Jus. L. Alcoru is spoken of us the probable candi date for governor aud it be should accept the nomnratroti,' whtcb will likely bo tendered bim by tlihJ new nartv. there will be a ueateu cam imieu iu Missrsiriupr uexl fall. The attetnot will bv made to draw the grectibackers, indepemtents and republicans together under one banner, and should the scheme take well there will unquesriouabiy be a close coutest. It is useless to attempt to disguise the fact tbat a combination of the several ele teut referred to, will endanger tho BiKx-tfua nf tin- deiuof.ratic nartv :.. . 1... ,....;, ul,.tl,,ii . If iniiat liu IU IUV vwmiiift uluia tn avvrvlulv that, mirll n eombinatiou can ouly be defeated by tbe utmost efforts ot the demo cratic party. To defeat Alcoru, bucked by the green backers, uide pcudeuts aud republicans the de roocracy will ue torceu to put a stroug ticket lu the field on a broad aud liberal idatlorm. Abe were office-seeker must be driven to tbe reat aud tho best representatives of tha nartv called to the f root. Men most be uomiuated whose re cord ure stainless, aud whose ua itacity and iutegnty are uuques- tiotied. There must be no more snarling aud buck-biting iu our ranks. Ibe utmost narinouy biujsi prevail aud tbtr hardest sort of work must be duns. The demo cratic newspaper men must work together iu uuity,and the demo cratic masses, furgettiug an past, differences, . stairU shoulder shoulder. to One of the new brauches of iu dustry that ddmauds no capital and no special eudowmeut is the mat trade. Tbe way topbtahi a stock In trade is to remove from i,a frnut door rrf a dwelliug a mat, tuko it home aiid wash it, and then return and sell it to jtno ow uer. The profits areMmmeuse. '; ' e ! A'wipe' innu may learn aching or, two , from" p Wl' .o ', has been reared, Ht'igtiomuce, , . Nt Hasae-Lilte. Albaay Ar;na. 'Is this a bar room r asked a snapping fellow in a coon skin rap and a butternut suit, aa be eyed the piles ot glasssea and glittering bottles. ' "Certainly, sir; whatll you have, hirf answered and inquired tbe winte-aproned atteuduut 1 reckon not resimuded the coon-skiu, glauctug around suspi ciously. m w berv's the barrels you sit ou r " We keen tbe barrels iu tbe eel lar!" " Where's the gang si ttiu' around the stovu aud ready to waits np at the sight of coin 1" "we don t allow any sitting around here. When a gentleman driuks be goes out. " w here's the ma a with bis eyes gouged out r demauded the coon skin iu a w bisper. "we don't bave such parties here. Can 1 do anything for you P Am t yon cot any ouj noses somewhere t" asked the visitor with a worried expression. "No, we ha veu t," rcspoudud the bar-keeier firmly " w ill the man who tomahawks strangers bo iu directly I" interro gated coon-skiu, after a short pause. "Don't kuow any sucb man., II you waut anything, ask for it." " Hut tbe fellow that snoots Hie ulass out of vonr mmith without spilliu' tbe p'ison: where might be u r " Tenia s yon had better go away from here, l think you uau better "et out." " Say them word again parduer That sounds like it. That's na tural." " " Get out. or I'll throw you out "Oh, now you're whisperin', stranuer I Sing it over to me Club mc once or twice. Put a but- let throuch this nigh Inng. Pnt skewer through tbat lett kidney ot mine, kou're a shout iu now Gimme some judgment sunrise Talk to me nuaiu. Why didu vou declare vourself at first, pard ner! Whv did von bold buck! Throw me the tun-bark." And be poured out au allopathiu dose and dowued it, paid for it and walked Oft. A Montana mnii can't enjoy his whisky iu a bar-room that doesu't some way remind him ot home. .. ( ii, !!. Boys. .4 .... I Sunday School Titnea. " ' Get hold of the boy's he'i. Yon-1 der locomotive with a tbuuderiug train comes like 11 whirlwiud down the track, and wrrgitneut of prmed ineu mrgrrt seek to arrest it in vain. It would crush them, and plnnge unhecdinj; on.' But there is a little lever in its mccbaDtmsm that, at the pressure of liiun's hnud wnr slacken its speed,'and in amomeut . . ' ...v.. 1 ...:n or two onug u puniiug iiiiu sun, like a whipped spaniel,at your feet. By tbe same little lever toe vast steamship k guided hither ftiiu thither upou tbe sea, lu spito 01 wind or cutreut. That seushive od fesooiiBible spot, by which a boy's lite Is controlled is his heart. With your grasp gentle and firm on tbat helm yon will pilot him whither you will. Never donbt that be has a heart. Bad and will ful 'joys very otteii have the tea derest hearts hidden away some where beneath incrustations of sin, Of bemud barricades 01 priuo. And it, is yonr business to get near that heart f keep hold of It by sym- nafhv. emiBdllitf 11 hMfl. irianiiestiy working only for his good,'by' little" indirect kindnesses to bis mother or aiHtf r. or even his net doff. See I ' - - -, . I lilui nt Ills lome. 01' 1UV110 oriu iu 1-, VI vonrs. Provide him some little little otoamire. set bim to some service of trust for you $ lovo him practically. Any way and every way rule bim through his heart. His Owu Successor. Uayinimd Gaaetts. ,, . . , Some of oor State papers are taking a very heavy t at Senator Lamar lor his vote to pension Grant aud seat Kellogg.; They are dia posed to be as severe on him on these); questions as toey wre ior his votes, ou ,tu silver bill, or bis agency i procuring the light soi l ot a saceessor for Bruce. As Gov. Stone tOsitively refuses to call tbe, legislature together, that Lamur may be Minstrueted? out of bia seat, aud as it is evtdeut tbat a mau has been tonud who agrees to take Judge George's place ou tbe suuneme beucb, (with the salary attaching.) we believe we buy this nnliiiou only to express ou th'b sub ject : Mr. Lamar will be kit 9 ten tuccettor fA seaale, ., i ;,,:) .lu j ,1 - 'i IIL ', ", . ' , Mr1. C-ubell, a member of congress front Virgiuiu, lately 'feeeitetV the fbltowlug request from a cohstittt-. eutV " Mj, frioud, Mr. Beaxd.'yeais ago tlibved West;, Lean uot, Mar from; bj(uj.; tiii you pleaso go to theceusus ofOoe, look ovefthe lists aiid send mq word whew he i'ltj 8CKAXT0S. I'uwcaqoula Corn and Grist Mill, !" Jo (Scrautuu:P. O.) ttfiss. CORK, COBS FLOUR 0E1TS, MEAL and BRAS alwayi on ban 1, ot delivered at the depot, at prices aa low a caa oe any w here eutaiued All orders from points aloug the Kb. road promptly Hied, and are rexpectfully aolieited. JOlLMB.DF.UaAS, ' Proprietor. Scrtn, April t. 1V ' -ry SCltASTON, JIISS ' (Sonth aide railroad), P. BLALACX, Pioprietor, Dealer in rura Winea, Llquora, Frrnh Lagor Ber, tigara, lubaeeo, Lie. I bare lu connection with my aaloon an oy.ter.taud, where 1 will aapply euetout era with the beatlfrenh oy.teni, at any honr. . R. P. BLALACK. !n. XI, m. M-ly M. V. . CJVBKV. J. W. UCKEXDIXK. . , , l)ttinaa Aveuuf , ... . Srranton, , . .Ttiu., Peateraln ' DRY GOODS I NOTIONS, BOOTS, SBUE3, HAW, Fresh " Groceries and Feed, Canned Ooode, Tinware, Hardware, and everything eoonecAod with a Firt-C lass 8foRE, Which wlfl ba aold low down for the rah. Or Also Wiuea, Liquor, Ale, etc. Give aa a cull and aee tor youraulvea. Jan nary 7. ml, . 43-ly ATTENTION! F. BECUT, Tonsorial Artist, PASCAaOVU(DEl'UT).iIISS. With NEW CHAIRS, Now Kaxom, etc., be will be happy to attend hit old cue. tonicra aud m-uiy new ouea... Support the Demockat-Star and your barber. Hair CBtffng ' ' ' eetita Shaving .15 " , 8hauipouiug '....,...36 " Hair ilrraaiiig .10 ' Monatache djed X .60 " rw Tbe Celebrated Hoyt'a Geruiaa Co. loune alwaya on baud, ana tiie beat tiait Ou. Inr mle ebenr ' , July , lsnrr iwy The Riverside! Hew Store! New Wood!! DELMA8 BRQS, lrojt. We have in.t built B nw atom, and oneued on tliu river, near Uelmua Dial, a BeW aim complete aiove ui GE5fiRAt MERCHANDISE ( , , , COKSISTINO or ' (., ", , Tvy Ooods potions. Proceriea. Shoe. Clothinii,tCroukerywar, Painta. Oils, UriiHboa sua general snip r . 1 -ia Oiandlorv, all pf which will be aold Call and ace our hi ecu neinre purcnaitin); elaawbure. Country produce taken in ex eha:.ire for roods. . 1IH1U)II. MIS.. WOT. o. law. .K-1T . . . . ft. 11 m . H. KHEBS. H. B, KSKBS. II, KREBS & SON, EAST PASCAGOULA,' MISS., , , -Dealnni lu- ' ' ' )if peons ed joTuas, CLOTHING, Boots and Shoes, Family Cfoceries FEED, HARD WAKE, TINWARE WINES, LIQUORS, ETC. Higheat u,orkt pfice puld for 'Country PriMlue,,.. ' - " Juminry U, 1881. . 4My HOTELS. ST. JAMES HOTEL NEW ORLEANS,. LA. - After haviug been put la complete r aair la now oprn to the public. , Tho nn- dcniiriied la fully, aware Unit clean rooma, good table aud strict attentiou to gueeta la Deceaaary tn biaure luocew. Terma moderate. ' ' . I. B. LOKGLET Frop'r, Of lolier a, 180, ' )-ly Montross House - BiLoxi,,Misa;n fr 1 P. J. ITIontrosa, PropV. , Firat-ulaaa iu all its appointments. One of the flnaotand heoltblcht Irtattoua on the Lake boro. with aulluidiU view ,of Lake aud Forest. Fittbing, huutlug aud boating of tbe nnvst aemsrtpt4oui ' Term renaonahlo, Speaiul ratua to fam flloa. lor tiittker particulam, aiirts 1 p, J. NOMTB088. n Antf:6.18H, SO-M h ..... ... . ! 'Spengler House. The Only Hotel L'p-Tow 11. OPEN Ait NlGHT.-HOppotHs th Grpitok) ' R)Ui renovut'jd, repaired and fur uUh 'd with aowiuMiituN throtghout. (GaoaU esii) chooaa the- Americau or Europcau plan.' V. ' 1" ' " nKone bi 'polite fend ktrotiva ee anra erapluynd. ! Saraple0oui fitted ap C? Fro II aok from aud to all tratna, da and uigbt. Tefnia, tj par day. , When you torn te Jackaua and want a aquare meal and clean bed, atop at tbe SpougU'r rRiuae. , 1 1 . f:HRl . niM'KI.E. Muuairrr. Sturctt 5, IS?)." , Wft' mm Mim, THE COURTS. BKOCLaa vaawa. I . CIRCC IT COURT Bkvektb Distiict. Jauks 8. lUMM,Jdga,- - . Tboxas 8. Foud, Dutrict Attonry. Lauderdale eonntT: wevond' Bfooday 1a February aad Angtut, eoBtiaaiDC IS days. Kemper coanty, &nt Monday u March and SeptembHr, continuing itfdaya. ' Clarke seauty, third U0U4UT la Maroa and September, centinaitif 13 day, j , w avna county, nm nonaay m apru and dctobt ca Lis sins dav. . .. Ureene county, awid Uuaiay U Apnl and October, eoutinning 6 daya. Perry eouiity, third Monday to Arll and October, centiaaiaf daya. i Marion county, fourth Moaday m April , and October, continuing ( days. k Haueock county, rlrat Monday alt'rtha fourth Monday uf April aud October, eoa tinnlog ta dtywt ' ' " ' ' Hart lion esuntr, third Monday aftartba fourth Monday of April aud October, eon- ; (lBHin0 day. ' " Jcka(fi bounty, fourth Monday sXlar fourth Monday of April and October, eoa Unplug 12dsy. , i " ' " CHAKCEKY COUBT-Tra Dibtmct. . OEORGK WOOD, Chancellor. Jaekaon cmtnty, first Monday f Maroi' aud 8eptemler, continuing 6 day. '" "', Harmon county, second Monday In March and ScpniheTl eontiBuIng 6 daya. Haueock co'inty, third Monday la March aud Svplfmbcr, continuing 8 dajrs. , Mriu county, second Monday' after the fourth Mou lay lu Mrch aud Bepten. ber, eoutinning 8 day. 1 Perry couutr.nrat Joulay afW tt 4th Monday in March, nd September, wo tinolug 6 daya. j J . , Ureeua eouutr. fourth Mondaya la March and Stiptember.'eeutinutBf days. Wayne county, fourth Monday aftet tha fourth Monday of March aud September, .nntlliniflff fliaV.- ' Ai r ' Clarke couuty, oral uonnay is jnay mau oTernber, oontinin daya. "'.- '.i Laniturdal uoSntTr third Monfla ef - - . " ... . l. 1 May and November, wntinuiuft- 13 0.vs- Kemper couuty, m:oud Monday in May November, eentlnulm dava 1 Monthly Huloa -if Chancery Court on the Mcoud Afoudatt lu each inBth. ' .v ' PROFESSIONAL. J. D. Flamfany DENTAL SUHGEOK, ) , . , Qainettil U, Afv., it Prenaied'to do all work In hia'profeaaba, aud'suaxanteea aatiafaction. Y. IT.T1 rlntosh, ATTOBXEY AT LAW AXD KOTAET run: .ic, . Xo. 40 St. Francit St., Mobile, A to:, Vilf practice iu the court of Jackaoa count - ' ' ' ' it. ATI ONEE Y k COy.NSELL6B AT LAW Miuiuippi ,7y, Mint, . , . . l'r&rtioea iuall tbe C lurti of the Seventy Judicial District. . , y - J. -W. Thnrp, ATTOHNEY 4 C0U5 5ELLOK AT LAW Ho. 11 South I oyal atreet, Mobile, Ala. , .' ,, Will nranticei in the Circuit and Cliau- eerv Courts of Jaclow 11 ,iiirty,;jfiaa., aa well aa iu the court of JVobiio couuty, la. Correaponduce aolintort. , ttf. W. D. Brass, ; ; , PHYSICIAN AJiD SURGEON, JCetidcnce : Mot Point, Mitt, Offlcee Stewart's dxui! store, Afoaa Point, and Cox'a drug atoie, Bcruutuu. Will nraotice at Mm Point, Svrauton. the SeaaboN and viuii,ityj - J II calls promptly attouued to. . i J. C. Heidelberg, . . Attorney and CoMtueUor at Iff end Solicitor fa CAoaetry, i -, PASCAGOULA, Jackaoa county), MISS, Will practicajabawvor aa way hava bnainena. ' ' t ' ' ' Will give apeeial altentiori to t'ollee. tiona and Chancery bsaiit, aneh a aaUt tlinii natatea, examiuiug land tlt aad jiving loglopnirona "naienng" ituea w and, obtainiug di voices, otc, ,i . ATTORNEY 4. COtjX6ELL0 AT1 LAW,' , S6i'To'MiMUt.T, , k I'rscticea In the Cotrrta of Jackaoa, rTMTif, Hancock, Parry n4 Greene. v KooKBica HSal. . , s Mras"BU , .Seal &;Dlomflcl4l, ATTOKNEY8 h COUJJSPLQKSatLAVVV &TflKf0,lflW,:. , , , , Will practice iiv. all tho Courta of Jaete'-" eoncoftutyjAliawsaippi- Each piu-toorwiU confiwno to practice la hie indlyidoal e naettriBull tha Courts of tha BeYentti Judicial uisirici MIELLASEOUS. Geo.,, ,.Wt Cllanpllnt , ., , , WlthP.lLAJiD, i ; , " , JTmlf Toteta. .tWU Dealer in General Merchandise Caab paid for Country Predocs, Wool k apeolulty. '' ' TTbli Tmum, .tltss., Dealer in V7ines and Liqari1. ' Aagwal is, IM. 1 n ir Stuart & Snyder ' i JHOKOUGMBKED MEBrXOS, tha only kiud aaitod to thia olimato, con atanlly for aale. " rov.rc Mttcxcs tma r wes of tiuporio auarityaod uudonbted purity, old at maaouahla pri" AWeo f; om fpringa, JIih. Jamlnry 1,im. ti-.'-'n lnr'0!ir.I2Tl tin wiiitcK en'.