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rtm khhi or ikisa c?f!rr. Mayers 4- D FKOPWHTOIM. EES uvk rut un ikiKNM ; cornTwr m: ri ro sunk. AMIS H. S. RiCBtCIIO Editor. H"-f?l Busiseu Maftirtf, Pacagoula, Miss: FKIDAV Martli 4. 181. The Dexotkat Star is the old- est newnpajr ou tie 3JitMttniii tt, has a larger hm fide ir rnlatiou than any other newspaA.r in tbis aeetion; therefore it U tbe bet advertisi-jr milium. Adver tisers, bear I bin in mind. A stkoxo rail all aloaj the line is what wt wat.t. The Cvmet't candidate for gor trnor is Hon. Fraiicie A. Wolft, of Tippah. . , Congress adjourned jt-otf rdiij. TVr ilt not be sit extra session called just rrt. Our neuitW. li t lLiMl.Urn; Adwr ttwr, toiLiKlr ,t. lb aUvaaoiid Of. rt in Ik spui. I hat rrpn-ttUMia. in our state arnaia shoald to board apoa Wealth Mut trtTTU'WT and puLtMM. Juwr wm. KHI to tike for paper paj,. I fced ia Him sectioaef tit Mitr. Fwrai it Ion. w pressst tk AirtrHmw ia willing l. hi lk wahy bWk cMktM - U-iltmc for Th poor m hit fount !. iniotmlar. twN, .'tUUr. w protect that that d,HjK "1 . begin to do among p-atle- ' ".' "hi i.urcnr never rx- prrni Mien ay piuum, and lb AJtrrLtrr h. W suggested that I . t n l . . r ..... . .. .. . : . ,,-.....,. -rri iry oe reureartitr( ia th bouse, and pormlattoa aut tsia . iWihI, te) U repi-earnled in lb senai. nav lnir that "th Wealthy hi., a -.... .i n -i.. .l - w .uou hi a u iq fc-tklaiiiijj for ibHr while maul-. " -rn poor nitvoHtDtM-,'' " nw ia irt(i(uiiiiig iut -ib ulark COulltir. A nA kn. ioumut, kirk will gW Ik Huim t -mi conn" ana is araate jht bap to tb black muntii-a. W prvtrr ua in iejt(x.BAT tTA ikania set Bjia- We did iiott,iuteiid to misrepre sent tbe Gazette at all, snd still sd bere to hst we said. The Gazette Frtnt Sew OrteMus ta Stranr.n. SOLAXTUB, UtJS 1, 1L We Ml Orleans Honda v. Frbrasrj 14th, in tow of tagG. V. tbilds, arrival snd anchoret! oS hud or the raises Tuesday aud Irtiil there till Saturday wben tbe tK t'ol. Iiiffslls from Pa iSr'tkif arrivMi ,ok ' . n o settuint ot wiud aud leather bad to t-otne to an anchor off Pass POutre light-house, mliere ww bid till tbe next Tnelajr, when the weather lieing fiivoraltle we hft for S ntnton and run till 2 a.m. ou Wednesday, when we come to m. cbor oil Chandieliuer islMiut. weighed author at 8 a.tn but had to ani-hor ajtaiu oft east end; the lux having run out or fuel and all bands bad to eo ashore ami bu wonL Aiidioikjs bere it wmil.l tk. well to miy that from fishermen on Ax extra sessiou ot tbe senate has been billed bj Mr. Hayes, to meet at is m. to-day. Uoy. Matt. Carpekter, repul- tican u. h. senator from Wisuonaiii, uieu in Washington last week. A BILL has pussed both houses ot cotii'it 8s luHkiitsr nn am roi.ria. tioniora public building at our capital city. 1 KEIDK'T UARFIELD will be inaugurated at W ihiii;ton to day urana preparations hare been iniule lor the inaugural. ... The Mubile ilardi G'as celebra tion was a ei leit. suetess. The weiither was perfect and the tify was full of visitors. The Mardi-Graa festivities pnss fd olT pleasHiitlj in New Oi leans. It is estimated that there were over 60,000 visitors iu the city ou Tues day. The Cnntou Mail baa almost a Inll page of lands advertised for Hie lor taxes. Tbis Is a baa show "g for the people of MuuUu county. favored representation in the sen ate uiade non tbe basis ot taxa tion; and tte CVdrws so u-derstood it, aud answered the Gazette tar gauieut in this language: " lVr- ons, uot, projierty, should be the basis ot representation iu a gov. eminent professing to bo a govern ment or tbe H'pIe." In the above quotation from the Gazette it says: "We suggest that population and territory be represented iu the boose, and op ulatiou and taxation, (land, etc) be represented iu the senate.; Why add "tantiou" iu the senate if it does not favor a money repre sentation iu one branch of the leg islature! We said the Gazette fa vored a money basis as representa tion it our State senate, and the Gazette icjieata it. It that is mis representation, then we do not mi- deistaud the inennini? r i.l.iin ... i ftnglisli. Tbe truth is our veuera hie contemiorary finds that be has matie a mistake haa taken the wrong position, and one that is uiiKpnlar and is now attemiitiuir to get out of it by charging the ukmocrat STAR with dodging the issue. If there has been any dodg ing tbe Gazette is the guilty party. que! uiuc uoit iu mak utxtitiction iu tsvor Ol ow-ctita-tt rich couuiir over heir powrtr iteiAsblwi so uUsid iu auy act, that il tau fiuj but w, if Jiy txud atlvocatrs. lil'STlC. Lui0.r.ltTJM !lf1! "Il'' l- i..ein:olatio,,bVa..m7!-lf,d." I tU Hak iA UtxtltlCtlOU U t-vr ( i. i..... I .. HUH I... J. -.1- Tlti- IT. .11.. o. . ..... am3 oj rings aVihm favors the, uouiiiiMtioii ot Gen. Feather "; governor in tbe event Al corn is nominated by the republi mus, gieenoackerr, etaU. ins annual fair will be held at Arlington fair grounds, Mobil... u.e ursi week In May. The com- iimtees are actively at work. ....) Hsstire the public that the lair will oe ueld. After a lonir HtrilfrrlA, in l.il, r "taat-wsii I Ulll houses ol congress the river and t I u .i..i.or4oni whs finally p,iH8ed last lueauav. The bill nppropriiites ii,m,wi tor the purpose ol im proving rivers and harlwrs. Last Saturday Mr. Job.i P.nt. man, city editor of the Vieksburg wa8 married iu that city to Miss Marie ,McMillen. We wish the newly married couple a long life of happiness and joy. Uol. E. II. AIcbfek, superinten dent of the Mississippi Military In stituteat Pnss Christian, was over ut New Orleans this week with bis cadets, aud took part iu tbe parade of King Moinns. , HOW.THIY 8TA5D. Thr aruate enmniittaa nn k. lata follnwa: Mer. Vhurman. irl,.,.' man.) McDonald. Bataid. Qarlaud, La, mar. Dana, of llliiui . L n -7- -"-1 MMuauuua. aud Carpenter. Waahlugtfiii rivapon(tita atat that tb ommittM aland aa followa on tb question ot eonffrminir Stsnluy Matthrwa: For Meaora. MclXinald, 1 amar aud C'ar IH'iitfT. Auulimt-!. Tbnrmsn, Bav anl, Garland, Da via, Kdmmiua aud Cook ling. Clarion, We presume were we to censure Mr. Lniiiar for voting to confirm tbis sectional agitator and chief radical conspirator iu the nreaideu tial steal of 1870, we would be told that we were going off at "half cock," it we may be allowed to ns me expression or some ot our La- mur- worshiping contemporaries. ami that if we would nnlv s nut j wait awhile, bis reasons for so do ing would be shown to be the liest thing for the South and concilia lion. The tact becomes iilsiner to our mind every day that Mr. Lamar (area more lor the applause of the North and republicans than he does lor the sentiments of his State and the South. ' ,-' years; the breakers washed cleuii over the island, washing nearly all tbe sand hills vrr an. I Mti;.... Isrge gullies through the Island.- A OUrL'H Ol IIIII)ll-r a-hll-ll hn.tu loose during the storm at Mobile was washed clean and lies safe inside. Tbe man who was in charge left her thti ami i. turned to the starting ioint. After getting fuel enouu:h se ran o onio isiauil where IIih tnv tained coal from the shin U.lr lufieriii. We then ran to I lain islnd and came to anchor at lt D.it'.l we tilled anchor Ml Hum uo.l arrived at IK-Iinas' wharf at 1 imii. T"!. .1... a' . . . - luiirsoay, reortiary 24, lnsl. . We are here to cut a channel at the moiitu or the river uml aid keep you lasted as the work goes .. 'Pl . ! ... . . n. a tie onicersoi me tireilgo are . u. aiitciiell, captain: Ed rlood: UDeriiiteudent. V. Miliar eitirlneer! Ed. II. uu h crew oi len men. To Whom Tbis May Coine A HALF interest in the Macon Sun is oflered for sale bv Mr. J J Haynie. Tbe Sun is one of the w-Ht papers in tbe State, is full ot advertistntents, and we should judge, would be a good and paying investment. I he Oxlord Falc&n says : "There soeins to be quite a desire exiresd on the iisrt of many of t'ol. K. waipole'a liicnds to have Lint be come a candidate aguiu for audi tor. ue ha, B Brpt lnuI)J, ..iciius hi hum pmt ot the State." Another represeutative in the last legislator comes forward as voting against the adoption of the new code. We refer to Col. & Seal, of Harrison county, who says thnt her toted against it first, last aud aUtua time. . . How. h. Q. a Lamae has Intro duced a bin in , the I?. S. senate granting tha right of way through the public lands along its route to tne ew Orleaiu and Northwestern riiilivad from New Or let as to Mtridiuii. Hon. O. R. Singleton iulrodiiced a ttiutihir- bill in tbe house. ' THE WHIRErOES. OlltHid of Mlniaulmil tt.- T'.. pri-Mii. iiimtiiini.ua in opping the Oinnt " ncio w aimi uivttrailjr Here, but lor tlm moat nart tha or, i. ductd with a dun regard to the com te- ttlMU ni (ha ! ll'l i r. ... . i.ruiraaiuu. ,1 uo U-ant tjat Bouthern tlemocrsta ibonld quarml about llim I .rieiaD It is not Grant, at all. fiien.l Clarion, that these cautions naoers are lecturing their brethren of the press abont. The idea is this: The lion. L. Qt C. voted lor Grunt's retirement, and he never makes mistakes, yon know. Tub tows of Pau Manchao, L, wa awrpt from tb face of tbe earth l s torm on tbe loth lnt. Every baildisg iu the plaea wa swept sway.aiid, atraiiK aa it way suets, no livea were lost. The citizeua lnat ivnrviMmt ( .v.- bouaebold effucta, proriavma, etc. The above, which wateleirram to some Northern puter, has been going the rounds of the press lor the past two weeks. When it comes to be considered that there is, or was at tbe time of the storm. but one bouse at Pass Mauchuo it will not seeui such a calamity as soiue may supiiose. The onlv - bouse ut tbis station was a railioad telegraph house, about 13 by 15 feet. - Grant's Subscription. ChlcaRO Tire, , : , Gen. Graut has snhacHhoii am. in to the stock of the World's Fair as sociation, of which he is president. It is meant, of anddo likewise suiteestiou. Of course we association will rebate tbe money and charge to advertising. Hiniccr Machine seedlt-a. ut fitewari'. 9 for 10 crnta. Greeting : The constitntioti of the United States says: Ait. xv. sec. 1. " The right of citizens of the fini- ted States to vote shall not be de nied or abridged, by tbe United states, or by any State, ou account of race, color, or previous tend lion of servitude." Art. ir. sec. 2, suya : " The citi zens of fnk Nate thall be et, tilled to all privileges and i mm tin it its 0' citizeua in the several StntcB. The constitution of the State of Mississippi says, iirt.' vii. sea 2. "All stale inhabitants af this State, except id.ota and Insane" persons, aud Indians not taxed. citizens of the United States, or naturalized, twenly-one Vcars old and upwards, who have resided in (ins Stale six months and in the county one mouth uext preceding mc um.) oi enciiou, si willed said inhabitants offers to vote, and who are duly registered, according to we requirements ot section il of this article, aud who are not dis qualified by reason or any crime. are ileolared to be nualitied ei... tors." Section 3 recites the lint li la quired ut the registration ot voters. iu i ue course ot events, this State will be agitated ttirai.i with ti... eleclioiiol a governor, reiiresenta! lives and cnuntv i.rll. i . i , - "t Issues w ill lie sprung and old ones may be revived. Al leiltlV it uvm. there are some who want a change iu tbe franchise of voters. Th newest, aud 1 think one of the most iiuponular as well mm unri.ua. oiinuie, is I he limitation ot the ritht to vote ou the property a citizeu hanucus to own. A restrict ion that 18 tint, .i Ljt 1 1 fia be met with miieb favor, l' tutu hardly realize how a oiiod. intelli. gent mail can have the hardihoml to put forth a doctrine so subver sive of the rights ot all American citizens. A riant nlread V Meeiiivil uiui iiii.N tiiieti iu the constitution of the State and the Unitl Even (iiiiHt lil. ith tliu ui.iu i-.......! oi ossioiiiues oeiore bltu, did not have the assurance, nor do I be lieve Ins ideas ot the lights of citi lens , would have suggested the niivice to tbe colored delegation to Mentor, that they return to their uuiiiesmiu acquire property, to lie', come rich, iu order that they could ue a representation. it our poor counties are to be limited, in the wwer of legislation iu rati of property, why not let tbe rich counties do the legislation tor us. All- men are born tr..u,i eejual. I hnagine a representative iron mie oi our poor counties would leel cat t&tbe qoivk if any question should arise in the legis lature in which he could uot have an equal voice. There is enough of toadyism to lieues, and exac tions from the rich without such an outrage ss the oue just now iu question. Then, to put aside the const it ut ion, where is the Hue to be drawn. No doubt thosu i ii fkii'ii of projK'ity rij.ht would draw it sa they would lie wilb the imwi-rfiil side. We see enoiitrh of thia u in rue euort ot th lie I. Niwti tn tig to legislate tor tbe pooler oouiu. uas t i s seemed rhHir. nr S it riL'llti heunilHA at. fin ww u-o have to submit.' Tt change In the la that might, with safety, be made. Do away With the reiristmtinn tau-. an.l w a full tax reeeipt le exhibited by the voter at the poll before be lie allowed to rote. I thhtk thia OYEB TS1 STATE. W point Kew. The grand jnr- of Aleortt coun- ty reporteil crime ot the iucrMse in I in l count v uml atlriliiilMl tl.i. tact io inc pmt liquor law. Koaeiuako Sta. The board nf ailtxrvtnra t V.. I olMasha comity have levied a tax of ...... .i ... . mie utiiisr a nemi on the .i.x.. . tbe county, exempting oue in a family. Jackaos Clarion, ihe MissisMiiii.i Vutlr raurotiu ran its nrst through Ham irom uig ittack river to Vieksburg nit ihe 21st. The ulii- ItllltiA A..k t. a! . Sa . a... 1 1, i 1 T i i , , " ' '""'I'leiKHi in rort unison is " - .-i..r mm mr isie sum win ue made lit uiuetv davs. storm wss the severest relt for in,f r , . ,P - , t-ui-a.ti.- i.....t.- i...., ... i Oxford Falcon. The new code mnkes it a miikle. measor for auy one to kill, wound or maim a deer lielween February 1st aud Sepiemlier 13 b, the same penalty for this reaching to the carrier, seller or buyer or the meat, or any one having the meat in their possession. Weat Puiut Kewa. ' , The uiimurtied men or West Toiut have orguuized an insurance company, -he policy being parable at the marriage of u,e insured and not at :he death, as is usual. That is not a bad idea, and ir rl. I would do tbe same it would facili tate the increase of matrimony as Winona Advance. .'' Auditor Gwin, ot Monticello. is --.ni v see in me piipers the names of Iio. rii j. i'iii IV. nl AIu. -.. T V Ui idires. or Choctaw ! K. WkIiu.l v :.... ... i. ,! ... Amv.n,, .uosoy aicuae, of Lauder dale: James Kiiii'uirni.H r,r i'i.s..i. ' ... UIIIVR' asaw, and Mr. tSbiclds, or Wash- ingiou, ineniioiied In the same con- mcliioii. i ue .more the merrier. They are all cood deuiaemta compeieHi. -.r- Vlckaburg Couimercial Ihe UIIDoilltlliellt tit- f'.nv .j-.i .; -y. Ol J lie 110 II. A lilt K. f n.n.-.r I.. ..... feed Judge George on the bench me an oreiue cni it i j in ., .. pi, is received with general tavor im i ue nresM nr inn siuiu v - cnngratulate the Judge upon bis promotion, umh wish Tor him an hoiiorahle and brill iu lit I'ill'ftkaap li aa v a at" an exMiunder of the law, and the ii:..UI...i . i ... . 7 iiMiiiniior oi justice "pure aud uiioeuieu.' , . Enterpriae Courier .i Interest in tlm New flrl..,-,ih,i 1 Xnrtlioiiutapi. v..iln...l I . i...: ........... I. ifiiii.rii.i ,n oeut rW viveil. Hill . Ill II lew I uva. u-u o.r.. the survey Iu sr DiirfV Will Mfurt nut iiepi. uml ..... n . i i . r ...... v ipi. uartiy, viee-presiilent of I lie road, went, out .Thursday morning ou a prospecting tour. Tbe route from Meridian to Enterprise has not yet been decided ou, nor has il been settled aa yet we believe whether tne company w ill make an ettort to obtain the use or the Mo bile aud Ohio railroad track from Meridian to this' point. In case this is not done the line of the road will run parallel with mid near the M.uudO. traiik. The seem very confident that the New r. t we . leans ami iNortiicasterii wiil soon be under way. - Special to Si. 0. Times. . Louisville was the Hen 111. nf u double death on Friday, the Iweti ty tilth instant. Geor'i (!... ... was hung at on o'clock p, m.j tor mie nun tier, auu just before the execution confessed bis guilt. Ee.ytliiiir passed utt quietly until ".out me p. in., when oue Thrash er, a white muji, riding np and down the streets, which were packed with people, created con aideruble disturbance when Depu. ty SherltlWilliiitu Tripled, attempt ed to arrest him, whereupon Thrash er drew a nistol defvimr i.ii T. i... lett being unarmed, retired, armed nun set i ami returned where Thrash er was still disturbing tbe peace. Tbe deputy sheriff again attempt ed to arrest him, wberruioii Thrasher fired at " hiip. (he ball taking effect pist als.ve the lieart. 4 al. . .at . . . a ' iiom i ue eneuts oi whlcli Triplet t lied in half aiiuooar. Thrasher nisescirtie frrm th atieiu. nt Mie Biuider. TUtfe sheritl,. W. B. vooiisoii. pursued, nun ior miu1 miles, overtaking biuf when Thrasher took t-vtmru l.:.i.wi and commeiieed tfriltg at olinsoo, uiscuarging ute entire contents of his pistol, noun of u hH.h tiKiii .a.... bllt OUe Shof. wilii ll ai.ni.iluil tl... sheriff's horse, after which his ar rest was made. Great iudiiruation injury. I n.tie never seea him iw the least out or the way at.e 1 hate been bere. Contradict the reisurl." That Jiiroliarouat. Man Emery's Eeply. is felt over the occurrence, and the efforts of the cooler headed citizens were necessary to prevent moo violence. Tlinmlier hum in )nil at last reports, vesterdav . t . ' r morrftirif, wnen everrthiuir waa comparatively qoiet. The tie NaHctL Kaymoud Uazette. ! A former reslt-nt of Ruymond, no now lives in. Washington City, was written to some days ngo, by A gentlemen of this place, and questioned asrto the truthfulness of the report recently circulated couoerniiig the alleged misconduct of our representative iu congress, Col. Hooker. His reply is as follows: " I have ascertained from those Who know, that Ihf i la nr. tenth m the statement thnt riot, flunk done anything disgraceful in the bouse of representatives.- The re- Oca 8riu3iN Mtsa., Feb. 88, 131. Editor Drmurrat Siar: Stl C K. I Itlt-rr flnmulan ..... . 13 w. and naar. I.l. tk. . ..l. . . waater aud imelleeinal iliuBtiuat. of the nam generation ( Paaragoala. baa Wa "T'l imUh ,he "i,cS cTil.lir.fi' Slid bttbbiioit aver With koar! ioalixiua Uow eiHtw forwaH in y.Hir cluaoi. M heacbuiaa ft Orran ,.ri.., ...,ioirt th fittHirlifsi tiiin arria-f nruj .t .a it u "a A UllfleUUaa. .Sow, aa I n i a Jir. Knry pretend, t. b . . renam amount of lociral " I i'l proeeeii w .liect andaoa J him, iogually and categorically ; and, ... ..... uiare, bj way m preamble, be lii r ail ex-liuila i,t th. i . . ' an u.e, I bo n i;li framinj; pby-il-al a well a - .u..a..n a-aiiini roiuienna, that Be doe Sol ret furi't-1 l.. ..k. i. .. I j , 1 " f aauiriy, mat he alloalil av a hm Xaaui, and tliat ".Tie aboulil eome iuto court with clean handa." He aela ont ar.tk tl... . t. . i i . ..... .u.ra.i-uare BIH1 bitckueyed phraseology of aiuall writer, in .r-.)-!, n.ui ntouiy ueaignated ur- a-iiacn. that wn iimii r....k .... ty" or your readera h would hav.com- ...It. u.l u ...... . . . . - wx.cu .mi vnTin opriiigs letter " to s on ot aiyAAaraMf allrnie I This, indeed, i au exalted estimate of the rending pub-' lie. a Oil U...V ahunl.1 k.. I . .. mi r . --a-an-iii, iu tueir uriiHioua jDomaa- tor tlna ronipli ueutarr iniiemlo. It. I.. a-nie panigragn, ana in tbe Mine breath. ue aaaerta itie lettwv hu ..... . - ..'.. ieimif ..11......... ;...!;.....;.... . . , .. , nuisuaiM, ami lutueeou coouutt paravrapa ne writea, "your com-Biuui.-ati.iu baa gone forth, and ere thia uua u.ii.m wnat ittn ... . . iu. - - - wuour un done:" and Too rnnniit l,..t ..I...I. " .1 : oKirai uair-apnii. r WDO ao egr.'giotl.ly eautrsdicta hiuiaeitileuc ! Ou the eou trarc almoin uot an.-h a unJu...;... : riouly deuiaud notice, but certainly uot e aa no emauuieti irom tbe eom uire et C. V. Kiiixrv'a l.ru u i... . .. . " , . " ' "ut. me mereat tyro would not perpetrate aut b a "K-V". uaui.utjr, ml H n, fouxe IKniery " Th aaaertiou thnt my letter haa cwateil tk t.uiltai.a. AA a ( aa ... - uunrat iiiiiignauou - ooks big ill priut, hut let any impartial and eul- ........ k-.ii!i:ujuu euu upou tne etlucated aud ruapectabla iuhskitauta of thia com uiiiuity to ascertain their opiui.iu. and lu. .ill A...I ..... l. ... .wvj u.m uml JJr. r.meiy howl ol boneat in.li.ti.tii..... n im lit. i ea. lulu iv ot a yhhou," aa unetioataiitial as ...a og.e, aim a. much or a myth aa Mrs. Keith. I flu n..i .lM,iv tl...t . .mi, among fcw or three niciuuvni of the lower at nil a of ancie- . "' u oeen ail ebullition of vulgar "'in trot Hiiasi ue ran nrtuii a.. si...... llf.i.a...il a.... a...i.i.. i I j i. nBony.anu irom ttiea (on kearfA t. F. Euiery ha. taken bia cue and untuuliictured bia cituot of boueat India, tuition, receiving, aa it rumored, s paltry lee lor hi. uieutal parturition a til-noi,, fotua. l'arturiuiit numL. .a....... uluium. "lb. niouutaiu ar in Ulsir, ml an inaiirnitlranl num.. i. .1.. ...j.. u! There ia u b a jumble and coufuaioti of ""-'"'"' paragrupu wuicu eomuiencra With the Worila ' In. iml..K.,i.. . n aud aiah uureaiHiuahleui-M aud iguorance attiiliuteil to tb 'general maa." of rrH,l. ere. with another eiuiiea ...... ..r alugiam, aud a puny effort io ( h,lo opliiz. w.. ... ......aniT oi uuiuuil ait a, pliu'a- rireii, aa well I euu now nrnteuiber, in a mutilated form from Blackatoue. com-Bieiilsrii-a that I have genuine pity for I lie BlmifMl aolulil.i..n ..I Ik. ....... . .i.t v, llv mi.,, WUUW1III- ilk an .hurt a auuee enuhl h .....it- .1 ,. 4 arnifTo of ineiiuaattem ieiii ami aulti.-ct I If. Ml. I'll ulu..r...l..... 91 . i J ... ..,,,., anaeriiona are ao ia.riHi now cau V. I . Euiery logii aily come to t!i l..rn.i.l..l.l. i.. ... . - v..u. .uaii.ii lutlt my eoiuiiiuiiiculion hu. produced erleela m.wuo min enuuot lie uiKloiie I Wbr till, in 111' h alio li limit noll.ii... ...I.:. teiiip.'8t ill a.fea iot f but tint i.MUiilhtr aiM-cituen of login a' .'Emery! Why thia Hllll'- ti.irilia.t.ii al ai i . -rt -"aiiiieiv uciituiio.rui 1UIJ III CllUi liigfi with whick th pHrj(iHKh brimlr t a in oi unlit inai in v iaari.ii nna t.ii... ftiitl hch'4i to the quick. tr tntrh to wttHiK-tiocii ia m$ b.ttur t 4mj ltJ kltlil. llllaaa tlw.a.. A .1 wvul aud tliemm-lioiialiouof his kind, mimI tV Mil IOI) If WholU llM k-sikkillatM l . " - Tiraa, aaj UTJ- purja to encoiuitrtr lh tlunof tliiiruobl li'W ikllil tliAi aliurta l't.:..,. " " wi i. uicihi ion, wen to fHurrililT. of the w r ,. Ili11IUa4 ! umhciouM. I in arcnwil hv C V V.mm ...!;.. blow. iM-hind tl ah. iter ot roimenoa. ami i am giaii mat my iiiowa have im piiugtsl iu tbe right direction, but when I iliil ao i conaidereti I wu. aa justified in iisauniiug a mm de plume tia Flip-Hop, whose items I undertook to critici, and not Mr. C. F. tiuery, Jiid any cluasieal school-boy coald very euwly auiiniae, uii.i.'f vu ainiimi iruimpnri'iii word l'oitne uoa, the real vhiiracter and luune of the writer and Mr. U. F. Enifry pretend, to be learned in cliMwit nl lore ! If be nndor .landatlie Latin uotution at the end of bin lucubration, which ho doe. not trnim lut for bis "gi n. ml tn of credulous rcud(m," he sse. lt. that be ia swum of uiy identity! and if an. lma- t.i. atoffiiiter Morsw mauler of morula and aell-vonstitntud in loctrluutor of Chria. tian cbaritv. aueiiae nn. t Ui,i, .,;- - nil i. prejudice in penning uiy li tter f From n.y poamou i mtiai: Deceaiuirily feel a moat intenae iutereat in the moral, aoi iul and religiou. well-being of Oi:euu Springs, eurueatly desire that it wonld advanee iu niaturiiil prosperity, and by every legiti mate mean, in my power encourage tb ilium of visitors. I aa here a. a nubile Biau ( I have here loau itoadi all my v . prescni centereil bere. t . r. Kuierv baa tan .uuiitl.... . n. 1 - I " ' . vi,m u Bpnngsi he does not receive bin living be nee ! ha Anm tut u.;.i.. u... i i all. occasionally! he cornea is contact with very few hi these urr nndiugn j all hia labors and iuteresti are centered at Pascagonla in the capacity of aenoolu-a ter ; and yet this i the roan who Quixot ically comes to the front to Impeach my veracity with s quartette of clMilleuge. tlie first, to mmm one, who, a I ata'ed iu rny letter, after a brief experience, left this nhtve : the a.m.H tr, .rU . . I i- any viitM- who left here with nnfavora- " ' ln,t 'o ftpecity the e lllbbsbmeitt. wLirb I alL.,1 .... ... ditt'ereiitly coudm ted, sud the fourth, to anow mat the Downllng hoase. near the beach were not patinuicml, Row td tba .M.. u hi.u taw cnatkuHaVt). Mr. Emery heillir a loiriciun. ai.anrtu. ... kl. ..... k ..... si."' . ;'""9 " u.a wwu u.iu.v, niu oiiuentiunu tue T.h,u aav Ara.lu.at A.b . I. .. ... . i . . v - i" . is i. ui uu rum. tbe three others. Aaall.ni. or II...... 1. I ask him lu all earneatnusa, is it possible t hut be i. ao .hallow as to indulge in n- h hcercautf As reicsrda the first. l..t him pine a few days Irom , the school room and imtitnte the Inquiries bava made, nlii acquire iiiesame liilorntatioD. As to the a.e..t.ft aiwl ti.i. .I...M...: . '. uuniieiiiuea, tM IHUI1 llll eaa han.0 ,.f hi. ...... i" - . . . . un, ounsi-a ,im iij-- diliary biiman discretion and public do cency would so stultify himself, hi these M...,, tuxuiusiaiicca, to intriHliice aamM III the Volllmll.l a ni.n.M. 'I'l... n.. ffstloiismilllfl Wnra f..ti...l...t .... f..,.i ....I . - wu ...v. . nun c" uerience and nn k....H k. ....:.. . .. . 7. . V hud uuuiiu oy a responsible writer evirlenee oulte anffl- i "1 h Intelligent ami wiprejudiced mind. Hera lt t... ..l. it., ,. c ftmery, henchman and champion of a eer tain cIims at Ocean Springs, if - yoa have coma into court with clean bunds f Let jng your memory a little, and permit to ask van If vu. nl. ........ - " iniunHiwi au w;i'ai.iu Oil Whurh Tau uf r.mnf (....I . i r .' If you do not thrre are those who do. Ut. 1 Or.IT Vott utt the Wf.1,1. ..III.. eroteb bairt; 'if. wa.iaBir power that iriltie H'tr Io are eurheia aa II kt-rs aec u. ti,4 iUoImo.1 tbis a.lvKe of eii.k-p.-are -Jv,tt that I km.' ksle aud hi.g a ealf-aaju oa tlioae rrcreaut liiuna. Yu v.ni.t iu italu- tit ataay bniUliur. taM aaT nmrranii aer Aluca lastsuni arrr a a ptoof ot the pn(nty aud pru rM this place, and prrit iu farina tl... li . L" . . . i. : . . . . .. . ra u m.a. aDim ia mil BBIlu I allow rf no Saalliug-boaae of any a. eon at that has bees ratard her il. e last AUluiu. r but one, aud this ou ia owned by an indi vidual a.utrd Mrs. Kerle but, perhaps, yua rau ace SiaUe. 1 bere ia no atu. a wo siau kei that 1 wot ol a Mia. Krilh-.lie I a WM-Sr figmeut of the laiagiuatioa. (.'. F. Fiuery. yon aeeiiae uie i.f wuut of Chriatiaa c liarity, aud that I should H-t alutl air IM-Eirhta.r'a iiuiiiau u. poaitioa aud aiy duties as a member of . VU1...I. u i . , wmmg uiwa ui iae ata reaaitr of rl.aa-lv aitMiolhn. to ....l.li .1.. J ...... sw fawiiv UC ' coram and morality, aud eonarquently el.wlv to my aeigbboni' ouaiiteu 8ge expuaiiorof Cfariatiauchaiity, le. us hav sample ol your charity toward, me. Yon eroak out "Thera ia au u. my iu tha camp," by a miaapplieation of your u Iran.Iut.'d latm iinotation, you threaten physical fotce, and you seanh the vocau ulurv of amrrilit and liilli. ... pais aud to hurt. That is your Christian inarilr. lnil.ed. at ..n tin.. I k... ... - - - - - , . .mi giiai sympathy aud compaasiou lur you bea . - ju ubt auer way weuiling your way to your law-box, aa old Hotuer wya. -wniat una; as run want fro. .. inoognir- anil silting all day long like "Fatienee ou a an.niniM.iit " ..;!.... r... - ioh. You say "that yos fear I mnst have hail au attack of iudnrestion nr a-..ni .... s......i.i .i.k .. ..." 7 y " t. auoniesiie tempeat when I wrote mv eim-rimm-i v....- .. 11 - ; .w in taniun- al close pn.xiu.ity to the treotukul of " w n.-iia. oniue. must nave iniouea yonr U1111U with tb.-se distemnerwl tta Sttlal AHll aaai a-aaaa a. . A r., ... , , .,.,a-aria oe s) well np 111 Ihrm, 1 would advise you to abandon ... n.uuaairriiig ousiueta kiul try our band aa 011a .,1 tl.. .I..;......i .1: ..... ' . - - -- . ...j.. n,i iiiM'iuies 01 old Aaculapius. A. to Indigestion, 1 1 L M I . . ... 1. ..I I I . . " . I V - a--"", ubt no sueu stomachic uerullifrment. I dn ..1 n.... .1 .1 " - -. -vw iu-.tv Minus nae a nmu that would be after awallowin a iI.m. ..r ... n...l. K.i.i..i. ... a . .., . u,tu peculiar gait w. I believe, svnintoniaiii. ,J iki. .. 77. . nor uoi I u'sti ...Jr 7.k .k." . . . " . ' wise mv locuiuol .... n.i-k. it .... . . , ". umt aouiewtiaA similar to th description I have heard jour inooe ol pmgreseion, "that y.-ii lifted your fcr.faVr like a cluck ing hea stmttilla- over a lair nf .... I...J .u.-e ui ....-. r"f-' ' BO WIIH to iMlfhar mi le, and therefor.. 11.. !.... .1 ... -. Ml . II 111 II, M I I lemuest or row ov,r the quantity of tea and sugar consumed ha a. .. " . . -- " HIT i.i.u.i.'i-a. iiime no... . . 01 .lOlir UUSIIIaa. your Hi rests I H.Mi.iu 1.. . i.,i.-.. . ' "U-T nimoraine . .h...o..v. voincsi i never U ucbed I Bill alwuva nr.. 1 . ","' ..riII Tr W. u.eetmy peers. v , waiue to aus filer." .."tS.. ni. I, - """imiuuii, wnh Pn!.Ht now n'8' I'litsied Nor fools nor foil lata. La, tat. in a a. av- J I li liiHiniMtA al...... . . T B,,.ir",fkn,l0," 'so .bunged I Thernth;,Utl'iUkD,, 8M",y ,Pe,k I. cam il In ili. riil., tk. ..:.:.'. . . . A ...I i,..! ' "," ssniiTnoree forim 00 ,b" Whw:, b8 m"'u To spun, the rod . scribbler bid. m. or care if court, aud crowds ai.,il,.,i ... Illsa." .. ' IOIMKKOS. MOSS POSST. t'alim IL.n.M T ll Fmnkllii ,um Uhrary.'! S.-anulr Ubiary Kiwlb-'a l.llirsrv rx.ribH.rA Muothly mig ijHiv Journal frank Iswut'i Lady's Uairaslne. . A Altl. The slanderer of tha r.a,...u Spring, and my wouhUbe traducer, writ Ing under "Poimonos," is J, g. Ahtn of Ocean .Sniinva ami i.. i , , , " anow wile re j can lie found. This renders further news psper controversy unnecessary. ., CF. EMEKY. Jast Puscagoula, March 4, lssi. 60 It CHEAP ZlEADUra Each. '10 Wilts . . IU trili .10 criils arrsts ernis , -411 mats P......I.. ii 7! essls raH:;::::::::;-;;; tiv.bw L .n..y uaTM,r , WM. th.TaUteK.f"1'' rMH la Jw ur tlnrsla kept ousuntlv m sale. 1LKK8 & Cu. SPECIAI, hotice. stds suiling to the Island of Forto Kico - Wollce IS lleral.r ..li-.. . . ..I. i...Tj . 'nasinra ol Ves- of I if "" H,rU ,0 th W"l iri,t . .1 V 1 .lu,Mme require -ribedbyibnnnf'Z v. KOSH, Spanish Vico-i ousul. lascBirouia, an., March 4, IrtHi. no.tf TT. a.it I.Mst l'i. .. - - 1 ut- ,as.r v " 0. A.ldmu, ' r ilOcS POIlsy Hiss. Druggist and Apothecirr MOSS FOIST, Miss " LValer ia " Irg,. Chemical P.tnt . Paints, Oils Ib6t.jrs ToiW, Art f cm.U) agent ft Jackson rownw a Holmsn Live, Pad ta4 a, Oil. 3. tn79. " . - Hjf HAND & BLUMER xosx point, mis&. 1 Mannfacturera of STEAM engines'- OAXOASDCrECULAll.:: Brass and Iron Castinct, FORGIISGS, ETC. tGE.YTS FOR . American Twial Drill C, Celebrmteei f SMerar Foraumming and Sharpening Saw Tap. and Diea, JfiAehlnWFarnishinrA. Kte.. Ga Pina ...rf II Vu.i. ,Tllf"W' !"'? " luch U l" S! Rubber aud Leather Belling, .t.. ' " A,i?,k "nr hM dawe a. cheap a. ran ba dnna Hn 1 1. U .ui ' rim reipi U done 8oatb. Monthly ' MrJ,.u I red. and anaiMla . J...:-.: . tlusrnle. Prtrantiias. dknat.k ..a .. rates is isir nratla. Jniie ll.trwe. M Aitr I wish In rail tl.a .iuhI... . iu. . - - - . 'i vi turn ps. lie to th fart I fori. In addition to bat i! reatiy vry large stock of dry goods; notions, Aud Ladies' Good, of all kinds, MItN. IlLTJMKn Has re-opened s Millinery and Dress-Maiinif M a a Xi8taoiinnment, Entirely sepnrnte from the store, and hut selected lierst.u k of Millinery Goods hi person in New Yoik, and will receive thea eonstawtly, fresh and of the latest stjlet ..miio. iiaine. i)emore.t's rslisbls patterss aiwaya on band. 1 toprietor of the Miiifstani Tanaerj And Shas Ksf uf-Morr, M0b8 1U1NT, iHSHIBSlPFl, Alan dealer In OEKEKAL MERCHANDISE. Haviutf my sbo factory again ia full nimratiou. I Imv. .'ore, where shoes will be sold at factory rv"i ""j person wishing a pair f hOIJCSt, llOnie-lllada ah.iaa .1 b.t.11 ... theiu at ro-k-Uittom prices. All I ask il sfn . Come aud eonvinna vnnlf. Sept. 4, im. ' fj.ij PROPOSALS ! Proposal, are solicited for the hiiildiitg the Paseagonhi Ptiblio Wharf. Buect- II lions can a...., n..... i, . . ' .. v.ias. ooaiur a. I he Coinpnny reserve the right to re ject any or all bids for smne p ".!. Jmuji-EK, Secretary. Poscugonla, MiM March 4, 18t. 60-at HIoss Point Bakery. I .ariAlkv . ... ' huva aolJ U u 11,8 P"U"C t,'I nl JTTn11 Ca,ry on ,h bu: ness to its fullest extent. I w!ll keen .l t ines a.,,1 w,lic(t , coutium.nce of the pu 1. 1,0 patronnge. Orders promptly filled at the lowP,i riUok j , A Aii am ...MoBSpolut, March 4, 181. GAS! OAS!! .MiMf k . H.VuLr n , HJ,r,"ted sgent for J. C. T " Lrsting Machine, pared to In mink k... "w !'" from live lights totiOO lights' cimacitv at Bu'rfZ". "'W Ata 1 iSuriteni. CBamtfltssrst ttt.w..v..ia. 1 s n TZZhi tT f,?"" ,n ration ciira'ad'eni''.! '?.!.!? . i "-tWApothecarr. """""i miss, Mxrtnt 4, liwi. ay.", Job PriniSaar. i WE PRINT. At lower ratua than .lu where in the South, Cards, i ii... ... tiii ii . i an. i niu new is, ,- telnpea, Proirraiumes. Post ers. Briefs. liUultB. f lets, and every other class nf printing. Send as yonr unier. Batlslactlvn given. Dtmocrt-SUr Job OfBce. 1 Job Printing W. A. Anderson, PKACTlCIA'U PHYSICIAN, ', tkrunton, Mii. Offlce-At llr.C.Chidai.,'. d,a Will tlTlartina. H hlJ,--aa.-t .7 , ' . 'a a.v vvinnimi HI HI III Ofa& r.S. wtiaai. t . Charles E. Cchnidt, neKiHos, MIH8., " ' ; " Dealer li, pi vT,nta "' ''''"ated Jsines r ninl, t ' th" ?m,tl,t Wat-htng C ompowirt ever kiveots.L . ' F-U, AiJWf NOTICE. Lakd Omci at Jackso!, Miss., t ' Febniary W.lfSl. i vtt.. i. k i i . i. M -a.-a . " muj aji eo i owi im iww ing Lamed settler ha filed notice of V I li tun tif, . t. - a l . r I .. ..nMPf w iM.fl susi provx iu b of his elaia.aiid secure dual entry tliers- oi, aara pfoor to ba made befor the elorx of tb circuit court of Green eennty, thw county seat, tm Mowdny,- tha 98th day of Maruh, I8f, if Ctailioriie Hnger, nomesteiM entry H K19, tot the south half of lot. 3 and V , section HO, township if aostb, Sang 8 west ; Snd nanw. fbe foRoWrss h4 witnesstsr 0. H. Baltoo gamut,) fatsm John Wash imrtoa amf-jk.rl. uj. .it . intakes' " ,.u ., mnm wm rill, OreJi eoanty, Miss. Febwsry l,im. , 4M JWOTICE. Lajtd Orncs at J.cesos, Mtfv, I , February 4, 1HHL J notice la lun,1. .i... .. tl.. follow Ing named settler has filed mrtfc ( h ll.tntinn . L. . . I - 1 ..nMll r k MK" mi at fHas pb "i r" "m claim sua seenre Snat antry m"T of, said proof to ba asarW befora the olr of the chancery court of JscIkkw Birtw at tb county teat, ru Tuesday, th - ' day of March, Ml, via . Alt Taosr7 f sw tiraecSOsndB hfaw qr and sw qr a qr section 89, township 3 south, raufrs. f wear-, ami names the following as r w li ne s Joseph . Bogers, Jolis ft TcS' er, Alfred T.Fiucb, WHliH. Finch, sl of AmeriomkVarkeon county, Mlssiss'l'Si. Hr C, k tm, Keatstcr. , IM. Iv's-t . ... '