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1 1 UQWfy& (fTi: "vj I ft t - x - I "rn.vci:. noon wii.i, and prosperity- .to ari. mankind." PASCAGOULA, MISSISSIPPI, FRIDAY, JULY 8, 1881. Ti:H1S-H m Vrar.'tta ltJta. NU3IBKH 1 VOLUME 31. r. C . , 3 M M M i If II M Ml 0 1 . . fc, -',4 J! aJ 1 "j V IZ B, m , M M M- -v . -e nan' . . .- ... j..... -..." ......... J,: T 11 ft C O U 11 T S . IH,I LA K II KM. cii;cnTf"ui.'Kr .Kvtsm iutukt Thomas i'uiut, District Atumry. : lait.kriWe'-otiolv. uiul Muutlwy iu Ki.nn-rt' iitv. Itrl Mi'tiibv iii Mart h iul tii'pteuiwf. rfllitliiiiWK ltli.vt. t'Urke rr.ty, thirit MuutUt in Manb ' ....i unrnlM-r. rontinni'j V' nr. 1 Vvu .-tity, tnt'-Hi, y iu AimtU tiivne tfiUBtj't i Mn' ill Atri4 tuil th'toijcr, rwniinuuiK o lVrry county, Uiu4 le . suit Oe'tuiMT. cintintiiorf .( . I...." . ."-..tiril i JIMl'lll lUUliij , J 1 iVInlutr. coutlll'r1" UanctH'k cxiuutT, I, f.iurttl MiiiiiUy of ' tiiniiiijl W '' Hiinisou cirfc f.)tinli MniirUv iY " litmiiitf t flyt. Ul. Jikiu tniityf-w. he in., lii- liiiirtli .utiiiim.T tin iiug 13 titty 1 ' I a- niAXCtr.Y C()l l!T-i Mobile fitoteGB Wtrf)D, Clitiiifillir. .hu'Vw.in cnwily, Hntl Mmirtiiy nf Mart'li ami Si-it-Mlr, mntinuitiK i iluva. j ihirret'ii county, wtuml Mmiduy in llarch toil Sup't mlifl, contltinittji tlaya. j Huiifi" k fii ittty, Ihinl Muutlay in i J!:m li mul !ii ll i ltil't'l't cotitinnliid tlnyn. j Mutiun ci'ini'v, wcmiri Mmiihiy atn r thtfucrtfc Mon iav in Mrth ulid Scit:iu. I Iur. rout iiiiiiiiif (5 iIt. ( t'rr cmttrty.liritt .If.iiihiy aftT the 4ili VmkiUvv iu Mmi:U ntl St-pfcniln r. t on liiiuina 6 tiny. tiryt'3w t-nunty. fiiirili Moin'ioyit iu JhnvUiiinl "iti'iiilicr. ctmtiintiiii; li ilaya. Wujire; ruunty, fmutli Momluy after tin fiurtk Monday iif March nuil S-'iitt-iiiWr. nintil.niiig 0 ihiya. t linku iiuiity.l!it Mtnittny iu May ami .Vnvcmbcr. cflutiHiiiiiK t) tlaya. I. inili-itliili! fortity, tliint MmnlJiy of Uv ini. Xtni-inWr, conlitmiDK 12 ilays. K. uiivrr enmity, wcoml Mouilay in May Xnvcmlier, enntiuaina fi ihiva V.nitlil.T Hiili nf thuiiorrr Cntut o'i lv mttituil lUiitiilnv in fai lt liiiuith. MASONIC MKETINGS. l'a''Ri;iiila I-tutt; A. V. mul A. M. N. IW-Slwta tit Mm I'liint li- tlilrtl .'attir iluy nijilit In em li iiioutli. II. 1.. M'iwp I'lmptcr Mccta at Mo I'liint the sim.-uikI Saturday nijjlit in cuiti l-i.'iilii. . Cull' IjMljftj Kulhti' uf Honor t ! nt Miihh 1'iiint on the fu-Ht ami I' mi 111 c'utnr . tliiy ulyliti nf fail) mouth. Itiit'rint 1?fV I. A. Hxihy ill jiii'm h i t Viijm IVinl tint liiKt jiV Jliirtl Hithlmlh i t 11 A. M.. ntitl the Hthiil at 6 A. M. ; nt NiHiitoti the fl.-itt ami tliird at H I". M., mul I In MM'initl nf II A. M.( t Orraii NiiliH tho tmutli tuiil II ft h fiilihiiflm, iimrniiiK nuil liiilit l'riyer Meetiits nt fi'rantoii every W'etliieatlBV utKht al -I uf!i fic'io.il every S.ibbtitli nt 0 I'. M-. All Writ invitfd. .UVthoilint Pcv.J. P. Duueer will pieTii h tit .Vrmiton Hint Dimitfe Cirove lb i aecoml mul fourth ftSnbhatliaof eaeh iiinnth, ami at Oorfiii Kpriuii" t1'" fift and third Huh hntlm. Kee. .1. M. Weonn prearliet ivt Mtms ''iillil evei v Sablmth iiiorulng anil night. rrelilerait Kev. A J. IJiucrinm .K-acbc at Urm Point the moo ml ami f fritirli gntlatll nmruhip) and nights of eutti mouth. " " PRorKSSlONAI.. tV. . .Vriinlxlou, ATTOKXEY-AT-LAW, RcrautoH, Minn. ill iiictica iu circuit mid chancery imirtu nf Hani'tH-k, liiinitini, Jai'kntii, ttrcttl nntl Wayne. Pimnpt itteutioti ifivcli In tho folli'Ctioit of cliitnia. i Zu iTT lanagan, T ' DENTAL SL'KOEOX, 1 " ' ' OainariUc, Mm. l'ri'pnivd to tin all w ork in hi profession, f'ld trim mn teen aatiafHCtion. " It. HM'al,7 A rroiiXKRY & COUXSELLOIKVT LAW Mmissipp! i.'t'fi, Mm. I'lnrticer. In nil the C until of the Seventh JmUi,ml District. ; Ur. .! J. Hai ry, . I'J:actk:i'0 ruYsiUAX, ' Ulliee at resiih'uce, on Gulf atiwt. Dr. XV. IJ. Bratf?, 1'IIYSICIAX AMI SUKUEON, llcnidetm i Moi Point, Minn. 0flic,-(i-st4.W!irt'( alnro, Afnm Point, mid Cox'a rtrtiR atoie, Scriiiiton. Will practice at A tea Point, Ncrnntoii, Hie SenKhora and vieii ity.x I fJAW nil,, tiromotly nUniili , to. Jc; li. Wood..; A TTORXKY A COlINSELLOIl AT LAW .... . . Mom Point, Mm. I'ravtint iu tliu Court of Jackson, llairiivoii, Hancock, Perry mid Oreene. , i . J. I'. Ilriili'lhrrc r Attorney and Councilor at Luw anf v ... tioiiHtor in Ckantn y, ' ,P,?'f A'lOlLA (Jai.kson county), MIS8.' , 'ujj" t,ri wherever ho may have .. " ill Hve MH., bil atlelitiou to t'olloc- "Mi and CliHiirrrv liiiHiiiomi i Hi Hte. eaiiihilii( hu 1 il i li'scul npininiHt. 'iii ir ol'tahiinit divoie.es, ct T"it anil Cliuiirt. i..;...... .,...1. u. ..t. tj 1 it nd titles, and iiiirting" til U-a to etc. "oi'FIUri PKAU , 11, 1!,00MHKI.D. Sral & Illoouifirld, AITOUM-Vsi & CUUN8EL0K8 at LAW ticranton, Miss, Will lirnetleit In nil II... I'. ...i. ,.r t.,..!. 'ii comity, Mississippi. Kaeh partner will . " iraeiee in tit Imltvlilnal ca tn'i'IV J""11 ""' fooiH til I he Kcvelill '"'heiiil Jti-fttlit-l J. A, AmlrrXHi, 1 ! ATTOHXEV A (OlIsKI LOli AT I iw W;M ' tl 1 . , , ; kib autl ailjantit fmiitie. tll '1 1 " fc- ' lri nijit. aitvntinu to tlio t.illn tiun ,f tLlr iM'K Klikwrr iuiiiiri. . ul mu.lv tnf proiuit!y. wit., i ' ' .llKll:,.l, PKMISt, 2!vs Vuiut, Mix. v t-i'l H rnltii al tit. tht- iwii in . .i'i n. .. -t 4 MMMMMMKHHMmiWWMWMMM nn: laws' its. ilt, T,i " 1 "wt-ttytiuti,t nijilit " '' " Nn,' tii in inoriiiiiK, t'.t, 1 ; tliroOg! fu, Mt. by camtlf li-t.i, JlOI't ioj V;il nut lm.k tl:v saiiK! 4 tlay. Hy 'bc tbt vitilx tila)M tfi. ;r t.t, 1 LatiiiWiilKiVftiiiil 1iiiij;Ii vliiw, ' ' l.uvi uic imi'.ih1-iI like a jMt', f- Fit for vi a m fit fiir no. i full uie falsi' or call me fit it; , Vow, hiitcverlhjiht m iy uliine, Xo mnti on your late shall i : Any ri iel'for i'liain;e on wire. "i i t the .i:i I. on iik Imtli ; . Time to r.uiii ii in nut to woo : Wooing li(lit uml.tn fti-kle troth. Scura of me in oils ou you. Li ill u to w iu a lr.ily'n taitli Nolile, us tlis lliisij; i hih, linivtly, u f.ir life mul death, With a lo.Mtl gravity. f n:A her from the du'ivtt himrds. Point her to the Many tLirs; (.tiuirit her by your trnthtiil word Pur from conrtnliip's tlntteriea. I'.v your trutli alie hIiii'.'i tie trne. Eur hue us in i f , ore ; Aud Iu r eyeH, ouie buitl to you. Shall be Jr for evuiuoie, ASSASSINATED. The IVesWcu. ol the l iiiteil S'.uU u Shot by nil Asm; a iln- Vonu4 cl in the Vriiinn I SuK' Tlic As.assin in ,1a 1. 1'tf. WAstiiNtnoXttluly 2. I'lcsiileiit (iuitii'ltl wns fluil in llns t it this iiioi uiny nt I lie lialtiiuore ami I'u tiMitne tli'Mif, while on his ii tn New ICnulanil. He leceiveil one hull iu the mm, mul one between the hips ami hi'lucy. The ih,si ciaiis are in iitte'uleiiue, mul have I'liibt 'l Ini tin- Lull v itluM.it Miwstt. lie is (Iiiiiciiinsly wotiliileil, but limy iTcovi'i. The Klinoiiim was tloiie by ii hleiult'i' limn it bout 5 let' I 7 inches, in luiltt, mul it is riaiil by those who prolecs. lo know him that hi name is U'rttctin, mul that be Is ex consul to MarseiilcM. The limn w:i!5 m rented iiunicdialely Hint ciiniiil lo pelice heutliiiiariers, hihI Mib.-cqueiitly T'liiuveil to jail. The flliooiiii'j occtfiiCil iu the la dies' loom ot the ilepot, iiniiietlii.te ly lifter the president had entered silting tn in iu anil with 8ecivlai', Ulaiite on their way to the limited rxpics train, which wh rentiy to leave. 'JliHiie, on heal injf the pH to shuts, two iu number, rushed in the direction from w hich Ihey t:alne with the view of iim-trting the us siissiu. liclore reaching the man lie noticed the 1'ifM'leiiL lull, mul reluriicd lo him tintl lilted In in ii,i. lhdli shots look cilfcl, (lieliisl in the tirht linn, mul the Keeotid just above the tiht bip, mid near the kidiieyH. The physician prohed for the bail unsuccessfully. Two eoinpa nun ul regulars were indeied from the bariucks. mul have been posted around the executive mansion. Great excitement prevails, iind the street are thronged with anxious eiitjmrers, eaer to le.un me enn tlitioii of the I'lesiilcut. Thes'ioot iiij,' cccitiied iu the ttreseiico of lii'lV or sixty ladieH. As noon n Ihose w ho Mirfuuiided the president recovered their 1- most paralizeil sen sen n mattress aS brought down ltotn I be l ull man otiioc nnu tue i resiiieiii w us laid upon it. 151 toil was oozing troui his wounds nnu mukitij; llirough his clollifS upon the flo tr. He vomited profusely. lie wag tenderly can fed upon the mattress throtioh the lariie waiting room und up stairs, into one ol the pu cite tiftic.es. The oftieeis succeeded hut poorly in keeping the crowd back, mul' the outer doors of the d pot were closed and Listened against them. Physicians weie immediately summoned. Those called were Dr. 1). M. liliss, who was puiceti in cuaigu oi im- Dr. C. M. Funl, Dr. llurlington, U. S. A.; Dr. J. J. Wood, U. S. A.) Dr. Townsend, llol ort llo.vburn, Surgeon General Wales, Surgeon it. mil N.,i-fi. lie l.ine.olii mid Dr. t i ! . I ..I .1... . . n Patterson. A prelimiuaiy examiuii liou of the wound was made at Ibe ilepot. Meantime XUE ASSAHSIX had not been allowed to escape. After filing the talal shot he start ed at P-icc tliTotigh the main waiting room, iip4arcntly in- tending to i'm',iih iv i lie f ntraiH'r ''" &ixtb sln-vi. He held the liimikiiii; ri'nlvrr iu liis luiul. but 1 -.. ....ii.i ii.kii ..ij-hii ll lilt.- . Uu lil'i itt.rk..l tr.nti -tt.t. I.i- I M 111(11 lllllll M?1tl IM I 111' . I'l itU .1 I. 1..lt t . t . I. ... I l..y II... I pushed low arils the , ....4..i .. t ' 1 " r fl'"'"! us IJllI;. I ir iitiitrti Mii.uii aiiuur, M.issfii . 11.. I .1 . . t .4 t I if ltii4f.t iwitliin itn Iff t ot l is victim u-ulat-or ti'iiiptfil to iii,; by ttit U w're -t ! to tlit iiil tttr tlie piirii'i tit' visit-j t-tiiiii!it-t', hosi iltscriitioa is in , iM!traiit i, tli-oiili w liii'li tltt. Pirsi ' iir it, Imi w as iK'tiseil ailinissiini i the hanil of t lit polit-f, Hint (nr ilfiit li.nl Just jiassoit. A ji'i'ice- i on I lit iouihI that it as not visi- j iher ilfvihiiiuifuti ai atiiou.i!y i man ii;i!t'i! hfiiifv Was st.initni"; ! mi tin ftiriuT tf Shtfi "iiinl . . ' I'1"! ' t elltl'.UK'e H'l tilt) I last iiiinifd ti'.rt'i t just lu ti-iu" to nu't't (iuHtiMU us lit was rouiiiiK , out ot the tlnur. Without know in; thai he ft as the nxsasMti, hut at- j tiat te'.l hy the iiihuV th'sire to j;et auiiy, I he I'llii-er .l alilii'.l him ami hi'ltl him us in a vise, (iiiittr.ni ! ! stinut'lt-il little to uet aw iv. Ins ! .sl.ii t Lu-i tiyr tui n iu the eiifouiiter, 1 but npici.il ntlicer lcott came to Kearney assistance, mul theinnr ilfter sniiuiitteil quietly. "Yes," s:iiw! the iissas."iu, 4'1 HAVU KlLtr.l) OAuniCM). Aitht.r is president ol the United i States. 1 am a stalwart. 1 have ! n It Iter that will lull. n.i all ab'iii! it. 1 want J on to take it up to Sec retary Sherman." His pistol witt tukeii troui liini, and he was removed without delay to police In'iiil'i'iaitf is, coiii'-r l'i'iui8 Ki'.nia MieiiiiH mid Four and ' Vine Half Mnct. finite u crowd follow t'd the otliccr and piisoner to heaiiipiai iers, Jmt no v iolence towards him was attempt ed. Jn lift bat a tew of the p-o pie who saw him rolled through I he streets were ware of the prmi ty ol lit obelise. He w;is entered on the police books ms I'tiilows: '('hiiiles (iilille.i'i, in rented at !',):". a.m., J til v 1S.S1 for shool iuj; l'lvsidi iit (hti Held ; ujjeil W ', w hite; liiil n ill the United Slates mul n liwyer by prob scion ; weight 1'jil pou nils; has (I. II k blown h.iii, thin whiskers nnd sallow i o ujilexinii ; dii sscil iu u link suit, with a black sl.hieh hat". After nnswciiii Hie questi ms wiu li led to the entry nbove quot ed, (iuittfan was ce'tu lr-d ui d pl.f. vd in one ef the cells at h I tpiai'eis. A iiuuiiit'i ol papers were loiini. upon the assassin's person, all but one til which t lie antli.n II if refuse lo make iublie. This tdiow clearly that the niutdei was pie ineilil.i.eil. iu rn KAt 's 'iii8i:vNfr.. ,1. K. Oriidean, the librarian ol tlie navj yaul, appeared at the tie pitrineiit el justice Itvduy, and made statement wilh regard to (iuitteau. lie s is he has been in the habit of cninin'y: llu re to read, and has also talked Hi the employ ees. He win iihtiiyscomiilainiuot (J.uueld and Ulitiue, pint' ciilarly the letter, lli said he was with (.'barley Fit well iu the Iliiiiois t j 1 t tor Ulaine, and that the lattef had promised him a consulship, bit had nenlected to jive it In mm, und h id treated mm very badly, lie aid he would have his ivveiiuit jet on the administra tion, talking ii the most threaten in;r manner iiIwhvs when be men tioned the j;oernnient, so that (irudeatt was not sin prised at the deed of to day. All thrse state ments lead to show the man is a lunatic. FCEM OX TIIU StUEKTS. The Hceiies on the streets, when the news ot the assassination was received, beuis. description, rennsylvuuiii nveuiio froui the ciipitoi to the execulive iiianaioii wus lined with pimple. Uusiuess wan entirely suspended.' l'eople lornied in little groups and listened to the latest reports brought lrom the scene of the attempted murder. Persons w ho were seen coining tl om the direction of the depot were slopped und compelled to give the latest news. Mutinied messengers Iroiii theditlt'ieiit departments it'll- loped tut ion sly up and down 'the n venues, snouting a worn now nun then to acquaintances ou the sfilc walks. BOMKTHIXG ABOt T Til 12 AySAMIX. The district ail was visited by an associated press reporter shortly alter 11 o'clock for the purpose el obtaining tin interview with Chas. Ujujui.'ini, the assassin of the Presi ! .i.tnt. The ollicors refuse I admit i . ... .i... i... ii.i ; .f, . ut.ttii... ,tu tt litllCe III lUC W III HI I II , nulling lia tl reason that they were acting under instructions troui Attorney -Oeiieral MacVeitgh, which were that no one he allowed to see the prisoner. Iu formal ion baa reached them that a movement to mob the jail was eiiiitemnlated. A "dartre, luiard oi t I ... ..........1 ttttil in, it .,tt t,.l 1 1 it il .regular uwi" iuvhii"m p0ict! was momentarily expected, to ieiel any nitaek that might be ! uiiule. Charles Guitican is iibout ; ;w years ot age, nnd is mtpposed to i he of French descent, lie is about n feet 5 inches in height, mm is slight, weii-hing not more than pounds. He wears uionslache ami li ..lit chin whiskers, mul has shrun ken checks and eyes far npHi't, which fcive hit" sullen, or, ns olll (inl describe us n 'looney" nppeur mice. The nllecr in question gives it a hi opinion tli it Guittean is a t'liiM!;u roiiiinimUt. nnd stated t!i:it In; Im ini:ii:'i H to U' vh IIHI I ' J ' I II - iflt - ttft;il-i till In It llli-'l' fll.ll j their eyes .ire set far apart. mil i' J ,t - ...it ui t.t .l-u Ut.l IIP lll.ml f . tl! I . I Ifiio, ui .lltl, ihmu nn u.-jn nui . .t :t. .. III Mii rill. II IS 9'.tltM Hull MM) . . .1. . I I . I t 1. . t to nil run. t f'-nt'i iii.hihu tlim vt-fk njro (.oitiei'i nt ; tors tlay. . lie, l tliat Unit, uieii- tinni'i lii ?s'ii' as (.uitti-aii, iiilvl I 'Mitt TUrti tT tis from 1 liicajjo. Wlifii liitlit to j iil to il j he was ' aihnittt'il hy I lie itiir who li.nl i in'ltitlly irl'usfd to niltnic liitn. j Mutual ifroiiiilio'i took pliu-e, ! (itii'tfitn way iu, "You i tin man that wontil not let nu tluounli ! llit j til noun' tiaio ao.-' The only ! other iftntii k he ntaile In foie ! i n ! plneeil in iiil was that tit'li. S.'ier- man wouM arrive at the jail moon. The oflh'er w as in i-harye of t lit old city j ill nt the time of the assassi nation of President Lineoin. The following letter was taken from the prisoner' pockets .it bead quarters t ' Tim Wr.tr Motvr.. Jily lt. "The President's tragic do. lib was a itad lu'eessity, but it will unite the republican party und save the republic Lite is a llmsy dream, and it matters link t hen cue goes. A human I fe is of fiinnll value. Muring tin- war thousands of brave hoys Went iinuu without il tear. 1 presume the President wds u Chris tian, aud will he happier in p iiadisj than beie. It will bo no worse for Mrs. (i.ittield, dear soul, to part with her husband this way than by a naforal tb utli. lie is li.ibln tu go at any lime any way. 1 had tu ill till towaid the Preside!. t. llis death was a politieal necessiiy. I urn n l iwyer, a tht'iiloi.iii mid a politician. 1 am a stain art of the stalwarts. 1 was with (ien. (traut it it the test of our im-a in New York dining the eanvio's. I have a tine pnpc.s (or the press which 1 ttlmll leave with liyroii Andrews ii it 1 1 bis eo journalists, H'-'O 'ew Veil; nvi liite, w lit'le till the repnit-t-rs can r'f i lieu). 1 urn going to the j til. Sailed CllAHI.l'.fl (It UTKAf." The papers rcft'iivd to have not been given out for pnblieaiion. By ion Andrews, who is the Wash ington e('ires;ionileiit tf the Chi eago Jntvr-tktHH. snysthut a pack age of papers is in the hands of the police, iteeompiiiiied by a Hole addressed to hiuiselt (Andrews); he has no personal a ipi-riiilaiii e wnh tiaitteiin.ond never heard ol hiscx istenee until this morning. Fiom what lie has gathered from the po lice, Andrews believed lli.it Unit ten ii is from Freeport, Ills. Tbo follow ing letter w as found in the street shortly alter CiuiUe.ui's arrest, the envelope unsealed and addressed to General Sherman, or his lirst assistant in charge ol the War l)epiirtmeut : "To Ihiiaal fhcrm'(n:l h:ive just shot the President. I shot him scleral times, us 1 wuhel linn to go as easily us possible, llis death was a politieal n.'e.essity. 1 tun a liwyer, a theologian mul it politi cian. 1 am a stalwart of the slal warls. 1 was with Oeii. Grant mul the rest of oiu- men iu New York tinting the canvass. 1 am going lo the Jail. Ph'.isu order out your troop und take possession of the jail at ouee. Yery respeetliilly, -Charles Glitiijai:.'' On teueii ing thti above General Sherman gave the following en dorse uieuit. "IIK VIXJCAKIKIIS OF TUB ARMY, 1 "Washington, July H, 11 ll;Jo a.m. ) " Tliis le'ter was handed me this minute by Major William J. Twin ing, United States Engineers, Com missioner of the 1Kb riet of Colum bia, ami Major Willi mi G. Uroc.k, Chief ot Police. 1 don t know the writer. 2Jever heard of him or saw him to my knowledge, and hereby return it to the keeping ot the above named parties us a testi itioiiy in the imse. (Signo l) "W. T. SHGUJIAX.'' There is a theory, that has many adherents, that the attempted as sussinalion was not the woik of s liinnlie, but the result ol a doi much deeper and duiker than has been suspected. It is cited, iu sup port of Ibis theory '.11111 Gnitteiiti, nrrnuged bcfoicbnii'l with a back man to be in readiness to drive him swiftly in the direction of the con 1'iessioiijl cemetery, as soon its he inado his appearance ou returning from the depot. In the meantime he had a bundle of papers iu the baud ot a boy with the view, it is maintained, to create a belief iu his ios.iiiitv in the event oT his endure. (iuitteau said on his way lo jail that the I'resiileiit s assassination wus premcttilaled, and ill tl hu went to Long Brunch for the purpose of shooting' him there,- and was deterred by the enfeebled mid sad dened condition of Mrs. GarHeld, which appealed ho strongly to his sense ot humanity Unit ho came buck without currying out his in tention. Those by whom Guitteuii has been examined since Ihc shout iits iy thiil li .slui'4 n) syrtii)!o:ii i tit iiis.iuity, wiut if i tiiiitrrtoM , tbat tii h-tter viliit h h.i alnaiU )iuii ft tmr.ili ii.. I .(ll,!f.....l T . ....y...., i, Il-KH V I li.t V lUU In. 1 1 ... I . II... .... I . 11 .-. ,. uu-iu in mi- i:iiui'nni:i i:ti'!l KMjl lull I S I lit I It'll! I nt llls.llillv If ti tl... ! : . . . : . . . (nil iur uifiiit iii iii.s.iiiiiv It is ; it'imi tl tli.it (iuittfan li.nl ait wc looufil tuf. ... - raOK A2EA!JSA. ArUuu.ai tilj Travi I of i:tc, in -. Note, ( I'ofT i-'MllH, Ark., Juui 15. Ltlilnr l)i iniH'iat f-'tar : After a pleasant ride on the new est and f istt st of the Anchor line ste,in'.ets, lM!e Memphis, your cor respoiideul. was in dite i me lauded in a mud lude known as Arkaiisnaj .,', spirituous liqums iu lesaqnan City. A Ufcessity tihli'eil us to j lilies than one g'ulon. remain in this Selectable place tor t v cnty liiiir hours, we will endeavor to give you some idea of tiie up pea ra nee nf I he sa me. Tin1 site nf this embryo metropolis is a clearing in the swamp, extend ing about halt a mile along the river, and running Lack about four hundred yards. A new elevator has JuSt been completed at the landing fully us large ns the one at Yicksburg. Passing through the elevator we Und the railroad built upon the leiee, and below lis we see the pliilfipill coinnitTci.il tstrci't. .Induing final the iiiiiniint ot drift wood mid number of boats ly'uij; about the same, we infer that tliis lliorotighfaie was n ivigable but a short lime picviously. In fact, we were informed that I he magnificent steamer Grand Tower had recently "been their guest lor several weeks) ha'.liig pas't-d over the levee in tit templing lo hind, jtnil being unable to get back into the river, w its con strained to accept Arknnsiau hos pitality uhlilti freshet released her tro li captivity. The city cousin's of two streets parallel with the river, and each street is four blocks in length. We counted nearly I'm t.v houses, not including H it boats and b irges. This is a rising Western loan and its ambitious citizens build their Huhkcs pretty high from the groiini1 iu mitici,iltiou ot the "rise'' Hint they know is inevitable. It altitude above the sen level renders n place healthy, this city is certain lo become very salubrious, because every influx ot nign water naingt .. i,i. it .. i,,,.,, v .!,.,.. .lit iifolltiviiioi All lesoee'talih. travelers are. ol I ....... .tl to,! i,i ivirister nt t tm A.U.'.nsasfirv hotel, wliich is. liar ......... W.--. - , , . iioiiso of the cilv 'ii... a ..I...L- tu-..,.M .l i.u-i impressive impcii'-iace with his pen i behind his year ana pantaloons stalled ia his boots, and we pre sumed he bad temporarily laid aside his six sunder while en gaged in assigning rooms lo his guests." Alter having four times ineflectunlly requested the dignita ry to have our bi'Jgge Carried lo our room, he finally v cry graciously permitted us to hunt up a small boy to perform that service. Oar hill ot tare lor breakfast and supper consisted of colK-e, a la Mark Twain, a Mist class nriiclo of old swamp heel steak, oleomarga rine mid regulation tried potatoes For dinner the same, Willi varia tions iu the way of snap beans, boiled cabbaue, and bread pud ding. Ww must not omit to mid, tor t bp honest reputation of the Utilise, that they give good weight in the matter ot bread. Tne chief article of trade lu re m. near lo be quinine and whisky,!1" omei n suuciimi., mm u was I I . . . . tt.tt lit., ft-w.ltt jit tint . I .at uiu I ,i i I In I iic re beiai' two drug stu.'tM ami thirteen saloons. In the Judicial department they I... ..it i.l a llMtrii.nr mul tllllli.-Oil4 i. .'. .....i ,t ,iiw. . iii,.ii imints Ull a fill. 1IV. tin n v iiimv-" I 'i . . . ttr -. nub pride to the court bouse, a """i"1. " :.' ""r ,,rt ,,,1r framo 20 X Al, railio nl sti le ot : refusing to chnrgo m other Inn mchitectme, and has n jail u.ljoii.. i k''a "'c same ideas. Judgment ing, which we at Urst th light was nfth uieil. ' the cistern house. Neither build-! 1' ilzgeral.l .W hit held, for up i.t.r U ilKI'il ill-oil II I ! lollllt. Ill' lli to tn-t I - - . whitewasli. Ihey have no schools yet, but think that tne !jtate uui I versity w ill be lo.;ateil hero us sooij j as the ground dries suHieieully to1 prospect for a substmiti.il toumla-; lion. We were obliged to take our j departure at nine the next morn- ' i I ii . , anil renew co. our Hes,ein j.iur i ney over a rod that, with its ago ni.ing contortions mid depressions, is a paradoxical study tor any mod em engineer. We mailt) the first five miles iu exactly one Hour, mul ho ou at pretty much the same rale of speed until we arrived at Pine r.lull at 5. ii.ni. Oie time we cot nil the track, mid tlie bumping ol the wheels over lint cioss ties invoke sniufof Ihc pansi-af rt. lint we innill.v gut luck on the track mul rtrtmitl our i-oiir nitlntut iinvtliin tur- llii - r oci iinin to rIii ve Hit uiiin- I'ltFll.t. fmf It J-'H n 'l T ti.it M i I -it.: .IM Ill, llU lIllS, t I'l I'Utltilllll'll," lillS- ' tH - i wit I "lie you lifxt 4 l' -it . t.. ' tiitio:iiil one of the Cues; ft-elion t'llliMti!: nt .Iflatiii flLt T'lii1... MHllilll of fountry out roiili! tsu ti if ,n! ulKIUt. YOU lit, ! IU'StlKE. , Itsiipreme Court De-l.o.t, Ari ; j Term, 18S1. - 1 ! Ja.-Um Otiriou. . J. 8. KiiiR ati'l all . tjtattr l ..iwiii.l, X.i. i.4. j ." . . ii.t.i.ii ti-.titt t lift 'iit-iiit fttftin t ui Grenada county, Hon. Samuel Ptiwel, Judge. I Appellant welt convicted of re tailing without license. Th" npill ' ion is uiveu iu tit it. Cool'TUt, J. Tne iippelhuits wi re indicted In the circuit court of Grenada coun ty for unlawfully nellui' vinous 'in... ...:.!.., ..... .i,.,t. ...i tit.it it.u I Alll- Ctllll.lll.Vi l-ll'Stiiii til It L ftftm,, defendants sold, in qsaiultit's of from n pint lo il quart, a compound called Home bilUis, which they claiund w is a proprietary medi cine, which, though containing al cohol, it was law Inl for them to sell without obtaining liccnv to retail uttiier the provisions of the Code governing the retailing ot vino is ami npiiituoits liipiors. The evidence iuttoil'tced by the ih-tviiditnts themselves showed that the compound sold contained thirty per cent, of uh ohol, and that the other ingredients were water und various iiarks und peelings, mul seed of trees. Unit ami herbs: that 'the eoiitpontul was sold nt any I oilier merchandise, to be devoted j by the purchaser to biiub purposes us he ilesircd untl withoui inquiry by the seller us lo the purpose lor w hich it was bought. The evidence for the State showed llistttwns iiuichnsietl bv the State' witness because of the alcohol it contained, anil was used by them for Hie pur pose (.f procuring intoxication. The court eliiny-i'd the Jury, in cflecf, foi I lie Stale that if I he com pound was intoxicating und was said by tlie I'.clciidniits as a spirit uous beverage, and not us a meili cine, they o-jjfbt to Hud the defen dant guilty : anil for the iletcuduuts it instructed the jury that il they believed lite defend. inU S"ld the compound in good .faith us medi cine, urn! nut as a b.'verage, they on-lit, to be acquitted, although it eonl aiueil vinous or spirituous 1'iiuor BUlhcit'iit to intoxicate. And this wt' think fairly presented Ibe law ot the case. J One iliilhori.ed to sell metlieinesj ousht not lo b; guilty of violating the laws iclaiive lo retailing be-j .i ... , t- i . r . . came Iliu piirciiasi r oi a uitoiciue , coutaiuin'' ntcoiioi unsnses tl nnii becomes intoxicated ; but im the other hand these laws cannot be ' I evmle.l by selling ns a beverage ..., , 4. , fti ft.i . II lOXU'lit IM'l ihii'vm tmiiiinm' druu.'. balks or seed which have med'cinal finalities. The uses to which the compound is ordinarily put, the purposes for which It is iisii illy bought, unit its e licet upon I lie system, m e material f.iuis lioui whicii may be i.ili rred the inten tion of the seller. If ihc other in gredients nro medicinal, ami the alcohol i used eil lier us it iiuc.t sary p.ese. ..iitP " theifi, mul il tiom all the tncts and il.... . ....i. j-..- , circumstances it appears that the sale is ol the other ingredients us a medicine, and not of the liquor us a beverage, tbu seller is protec . ted ; but if the dim; or roots are mere pretences of medicines, sha dows and devices, under which nn illegal ti n Hio Is to bit conducted, they will be but shadows when in terposed for protect ion against criminal prosecution.- Tlie instructions rtiluscil by the court on the application ot the de fendants were substantially given t.,-,rii,i,,iuo propouiui tne same propositions ui iliflereiit phraseologv. The law I ltii P oa run mug oh hu un ..itiiiiiia ia ti, .i.'.i'.iiwn K..t no i usually largo nntuher ot papers hatl been correctly and suHieieully IM Il lOlt. T. Ct Ctttchiiis, at loruey -geucral, COHfW. - "Any liiirgliirs iu this town?-1 a traveler nsked a villager In Wes tern Tennessee. " Well, no, not now, sliattgei; they was a cou iile of 'em here last spring, but one nii-lit ll, ey broke into the (Minor's house iind t-.tiirveii to death belore tbey could get out." ! ' A tree w.ill not Knly lie ns it falls, but will lull hs it leans. And (he ' great question every one shoifld I brim home to himself is this : !" What is the Inclination of my soul." Doc it, with all iia iiflee Hons, lean towar I C1 , in away Ihmii him I' Mor Wvitder.ul than IIms Cutuet. NVw Ortfti TiiK.- . One nf the j;rt'.it attractions tl v eniiift is variety, tthirh l-uils to eai-h sueeeftlin one the charm of novel tv. WfiM tliM ft-ii-iiiiit aikifftt, ,ttetl witb iiiitlt i with lotiir How tnjj tails ftirvin in rat'i'tttl mteenii thiousU upaci, llu-y wouhl not Ik looketl iittuiiriiiftflv in ion bv tbo in ,isse f the pi'ojile, nor wouhl they be uimefiniieiitly tbemibjift ( f t iiuvci'iatioii tli.iu the star are now. C,;t f ineseut I be w orhl U .v ioii,..i...i u. ra!iiillv i-nii iii nh... n; iionit'iiii. Ibe celiiiM lias just j passeii, u noltly Mutant couiur is visildj in the iiortlier i skies, but I what is ot still greater import is, that the tour planets which hio nearest the earth, Venus between us und the sun Mars, Jupiter and rtaturn beyoud our orbit, are alt strung out in line of battle us it were, iu Aries, the first nign ot th Z ol inc. This is a phetiomouoii which may never have occurred k, . I'..,. . ami w hich, if it takes place a;ain, i!t not be Tor hundreds or years. Next year Yenii will be the ev ening star in the west, of course, anil Mars, having completed thtt li ilf of his circuit round the sun, will be on the same side with bet as he was ot old, w ben Homer sang of tho tall ot Troy. Jupiter will be in Taurus and Saturn will hu left itlone, to bo butted iitoug by the 1'iim. So nil who sppiecLittv utieouimou things should rise t three o'clock on a cloudless till't to witness the marvels w bich tbe heavens nre displavlnj;. The onler ot the planets, ns at present ranged, is Venus, brilliant, us a bu by moon, faitbest CHSt or uesrest the horizon, then Jupiter, Saturn, Hiid flerj Mars nt tho top. A little to the north Veuus tbn Pleiide may be found, and be tween the Pleiades mid the comet, Capclla snaps and twiukles, sceiu-i ingly coi'scioui that it is uue ol the most beautiful of the Qscd stars. Such u w underfill ly craml ."llocutioii of celestial bodiet will j never bu-Atsen nt(iiin by any one now living, mid the opportunity of witnessing it should not be thrown away. L i.t Monday night was exceed iugly favorable for observations, and I Lose who then saw the heavens have cnust to conjratu lute themselves. Now, niifortu uati-fi, the nights lire frfqnojill.r . cloudy, and Ind'nrn long the iiiotnt will iipiieiif upon the scene mul - iovel power willi bet'. light tlie glory ot the nunc distant oibs, so tiuttj Luuu(1 lfot 1m, 0Htt Patent Sides. fere is Miiothe r testimonial ,,at,jlllit ,e Uf,e t u;c ot patent ouUMe papers, and cowing from a pper 'hat has , been using them the West Point Vf it's of considera ble w eight i , For the past twp ot thicv, months we have been Us.!ng wlmris willed a patent outside, but we are hearti ly disgusted with it, nnd lime gone bnet; to our little home sheet again. , Tlii.t is not because of any opposi-. Hon to the plan but because it wus so Huuoy ing iu our cuse. For in stance, one week, by mistake, only , uu papers were sent us, conse- i jquca.tly wo had to issue, u halt I '.... J m. , sheet. Then the price was raised nfter receiving a le.w issues. A lit; , tie later two packages came about' the same time, cue tint t 1 J u nu 5t It mul the other June lt-'tlt, and with ' out noticing the date, tho papers '. tinted tbo l-'lb w ere w orked off on the 5th, mid those ol tneatb.ou the 12th. This broke the camel's' back iind oitr bea ling us ordertd bulk, arriving in time tor this is- sue. We have no objection to the sy etem, but the annoyances attend ing it would .have run us entirely crazy in three months moriv . The proprietor of a newspaper it I . 4 . Hint he sent a keg ot beer to the,' boys iu the composing roipu.. -Ilii' is h in w nnd rather nuexpected phase of the extra 'ditioti trca,f, cli. A eorrespondent wants to know ! whether tho iissasinated Czar cot i oft uny appropriate aiust words."' Wo ore trot certain, but think be exclaimed, "Well, I'm blowedf",. The new revised edition ot the gospels hns--done (Treat gooii. It has opened the. fountains of cisr-.' i,ty, and tho poor me leceivingan i abuudaut supply of old Bibles. A iiinu went through the bank; ruptey court. He tintl owned u m lie i so ntid gtg, and they both disappeared tor a time, but by ami by the horso iind gig were doing. service; tor tlie same o ner agniii. ! On being asked what this meant, - ; the man reply wii.:i?I went - - Lhvougb the btiikrupt,cy Court; but . li- Ituir-e aod gig neni rouiHt"