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iiuty.fUrtU M.d.., ia April
"i .ountt, Monday aJtwtfc.
W 'April .n OtoWr,
""Itunlv, Uir.l Mi.Uy after th.
hufay- -
CHLHCKRV C0UKT-7TO imcT.
CKORfiE WOOD,' Ctncillr.
of March
MdihIuv in
PEACE. GOOD WILL AND PROSPE1UTY , TO MANKIND."
PASCAGOULA, MISSISSIPPI, FRIDAY. APRIL 7, 1882.
TIIIt.n-l ft a,Ui A4Tm"
NUMBER 8
6CEAXT0N.
Isliii W FXRIl
C.&C.E.CmDSEY
DRUGGISTS,
DctaM ittiut, SCKASTOX. Jackion
County, Mittiippi
HEADQUARTERS FOR
Pure Drugs & Patent Medicines
W nrinioM to twp the tnt eomiitrt
wnrtwtiit at DrK f any aone is the
rouuty, and Riva the Wt bursal ua lor to
lhrmr 9, 11. 'J
LKCAL.
,1
iMkwafty, firat MomUy l
...,-i..r MtMtVnniue nnya.
im pi-""'" .
.. It u rutin
W.Hi Mil 8m-""'", '.
ulL i.'.v. atwi.ua Monday aff.r
(b"f..rta MobUv in Mrch m Hfjrtam.
w,.""'"" r.:.j;;...i-. .1,.
p,rrr couuty.nra "'" "
1 ..,uvl,. Mrah ld AlolitMllBr,Con-
in
4tL Monday iu MuroU wlv
ftmrth Monda.
.. . . t ...1 o........ir fnutimiuiu: i dnva,
- .. wiilv Court a Monday aftt-r th
t,mlk Monday of Mamk and Butmbr.
I Utk muty . Hrat Mondny la May and
i.UnUla eaantv, Ifci'rd Monday of
if ... Vni'ani f. roittinnins 1 .V
mBef eonaty, Moudoy in May
.....,iu.r luiKtlaulnit II data
tf.rt.thlt RnliMi f ChancMt Oonrt i
tliw:iid .tfonda a aarVi awBth.
MASON 10 MEET1KG8.
i, ... , - ' - .. S' ;'.i
atragoiila I-odee A. t. and A. M. N
I tf-Mwti at Moaa Pyw,t lua ttiinl atnr
fi 1 H..z rlmi.iv Mi'ta at Mo'a
th. .,n.l hatunlr iitlit, U i'" "
nirnth. 3r
(inll WW K..IK1.U' tf llon.-r mtrra at
iw Point ou lua w ana im"
hi nlflitu nf earn mnnth
I'KOI'KSRIONAU
U.A.11!. ' , i. 4. StWW!'
Hire Ik Anderxon,
s :uan ruiv. MIH.
Will brattice In all tbo court, of tlia
Mttti-amltlwUnltfit Rtata aoiirta. Will
tivc ir.iii.r attention i tlia r.illti..ii i
il. hu, nrt Hmkc ntmltlanriw .ronnir
A'rroKN'KKV COt'NSKLLOUAT LAW
u.;on tstu.'Mh.
I'mti.-a iuall tlic C ui ta f t HV',,1
Judi. lnl IMti lct - .
1 l'oif. lfi'.
win ....... tl,- m rliunit iMd cham-el-y
O..... ,-... U'nVHv. l'lHllll.t rttootiou
... .1... ..MWtiim nf tUllli.
Oftlfa Iu llic building loiuiaily Stow
it' drug l"f
F. BECHT,
Tonsorial Artist.
' PAStr.4r,OVLADEP0ti.MISd.
AVkNEWCHAlKS,NwtUura, etcM
1 will U happy to atteud hia old cux-
touiera and many Bew on. (Wpporl tnc
Uemih-baT-Stak and your oarour.
Hair Cutting ' ' &
SUain)f
Shampooinir ,
Hair ilrnwuuK
MnnKtaeh dvml "
rsTh rvihrata llorfa Caruian Ca-
l.iirrw a wuva ou aanil, anu lue nair
Oil. for mtU clieiw. ...
July 1, llf- ,-M
herill',t Sale
Mi-a J. ValvanU
Mra. Jlunnrlla Pol
Br virta ot an ix-utum to direct-
nl. frvac tba otliea of ihe clrk of th cir
cuit court of J.n ksim connty, aud Slata
af Miisiili, I will, oa
Monday, the 'ld day of May,
within liral hmira at the courthouse of
JackaiMi county, at rkraoton. cxptm to
.la ki uaMio auction, is tba hi sr West bidr
di-r fur cash, thn folio iug laud aud ap-
aru-naucra to-vit ; Known aa oonuort
Tla in ownhiu aonth. range 6 wtwt
Iw-rinninir at tlia uorthweat corn or oftha
liaa of Kae KreW Utida la fracUonaJ
arvtuui a. to a piur trca on the bauk of the
tiv..r. and ruua cant aud at twenty-one
biciruMd ou pin thcueo aonth.
aud at ail ebaina aua Uftj Hum, cartierea
outtPoit tHitc wmt, aud at tvatity
one chaiua to the river, on i ml cedar
tout : then ui.rtU with tts river to the
. - . . , : . . ... I
puica1 01 DgmninK, wub ihv ,n.p....w
uienta tlwrreait, to katiay pUtiutiS 'a judg
ment tor tbree thouaund tivahnudred and
aeveutecu and W-V do utri ami all coat,
J. E CI.AKK., Stitrin.
rVrunton.'Marfh 17.1HW. M-w
II. P. B. Carey,
DcVinaa Avcune.
hrrantn
lValrr tn
DRY GOODS I NOTIONS,
HOOTS, SHOES, 11.
FiyhIi Groceries
fa.,...l flmxlu. Tiirwnre. llurlwar .nl
iiyUkiau coancctwl wttb a nitHT-i,i.a
UroiiK, which, will ho uld low dowu lr
the rash. , ..
IV Also Wiiira. I.I(iMra, Al,to. uic
me a cull and aee for jounadvea.
Jumiarr 7.l(fi. -.
herin',Sale. j
L X Pitiitglrr
va.
John H Tnrncr.
ll virtue of an excention to ma direct
eil, from the oftlce of lholerk of the cir
cuit citurt of J Vmib county aud btate wf
Miwaaippi.lwill.oa h w .
Monday, m lt uay oj jiay, nvj-.
'iti.tt i.M.ui nonra. hi, me v.iui ..'" v
aiiid county, at jferatiton, cxpiwe to aale at
piildic auetiou. ta tlie nitUfaF nnmiT i"r
. nh. ....rtin bntol t al IcilYlui Lmjituwpu
Central, at loa Poiut, ia Jai ieuti couutv,
HiaiMippi, lU'wrrjeil a louowa : iwmhi.i-
..l mi tl. north bv lamia or Mr. ih-iii
Honleii, on tb eant by lg rivrr, on inc
iuth by Iwtae of rtita Lcnard and land
f ur. Itorili-n. on the wiift Uy public
mi.l Piu.il Ll lviulliiB' frimi KaiidaU'a firry to
l.v .l..hn II. Tiiriief from MIA ItHtle Hor-
il..ii mm the nrtiiiertT of John H. Turner to
(,.iv uiuh.titt'tt mi uiui-iK
dred and thirty-four und t:(-lW dollar.
and cost of unit. "
'r. J, K. VI.ARK, aiieriu.
Rcruntoii, Miirch 17, li ,
Hancock Comty Items.
Bt peael" occasional.
rUuititig is prOi.ifs.si it j rapidly.
Th verual floweii" have ap
peared.
TUe sweet sougi of Urds re
benrd, . ,.;.....,..,";.,. ,. .
Tbe Uigator baa been awakeued
from liia lethargy Vy .Jtl ahowera
of apriug. Tbe oiocrniu slips into
tbe water irom the creek, bauk Iim;
be ia creased fur tbe occaaiou. ,
The verdaut pine . forest ia tbe
picture of life ami proeperity, ami
proves to b aacb i'.b tbe animal
kingdom, i . " , :
Work on tbe Sew Orleans and
Meridian' ruilroiul 14 rapidly pro-
Horrab for tbe Gulf aud Ship la
H. IMKHH.
ll, v, Kiiriw.
Sliei in a ale.
H. KREBS & SON 1 1 Opio Hiitchlnira )
EAST PAHCAUOIXA, Ml.,
Denleni in
Rf fjoops ikd Notions,
Hv virtue of an execution to me illrect-
ed from tae cli.rt of tlm circuit mart ol
Jjn l-w.il comity, in the State of Miaaiiteip-
pt. 1 will, on
Alonarn. lite in o m .uau, aoo.
within I. ...nl lionra. at the cimrtbonii at
in.liMiutiiv.it Hcranton. axtMNw to mile
tit tiuldic auction, to me nii:nii mimcr
...i. . t ..f 1 .. ...1 -mf 1 ia 1 i till tU
Family GrOCerieS, Uof aw f inaeolbu IW towmhip Taontb
.MMM it a if It W AH R TIWVAUK r"nK,)8 vw, ""''," "'''"
' . . . ;.;A r..r . aixty ai rcn inure or h m, hi aniiny p.'"
Y1'1S IjUiHiua, iav. i fiB-,
id for Country
CLOTH ISO,
Boots and Shoes,
I(i(t1mt luarket prii e p
Prod nee. ' "
Jannury 14, l.
i execution foi cost in the nbovo at
i ted cane and all an laieiirten trout.
I . . J. E. Clahk, Sheriff.
' fccrutitou, Mie., narch 17, lisrti. 6M
.1. It. Flanngan
liSTAJiPl'KOEOX,, . , ,
0ifierl'', Mm.
Vri parcd to do all work in hia profaaion,
nl )iira1itea autiMfsuio'i.'----
"r. W. . Bras
rHYSlUIAJt, AM) StlKGKON,
Rmdmuci. Moti roM, iti.
OIHcra-Stewan'a dr! atom, ifoaa Point.
nnilCWadrugatme
Will practice at
I'uHcacoula ,
Corn and Grist Mill,
Pascajoula, Scranton P. 0.i Mitt.
COKN.COUX FLOl-U, GB1T8, MK Al
and UltANalwuyaou hand, ir dcl'vere.1
... ,i. iiu.int,. at, tiriceaua low aa cuu be
mv . ,' ... , ,
....MlirM nlltuilieil. '
in frimi nointa alouii tlm Kil-
road or niutly tilled, anil are reepectliill)
-.H.'i Ll r JOHN U. HELM AS, I'rop'r.
raiiton. Auril rt, ldl. 31y
4f .. . . tC!lk4t4lV t
, -AND-
BAKERY !
His. M. L. Tol S B. B. Valvetli,
Delinaa Aveinie, '
SCRANTON, M ISS.--
VLf.. I... via nttaltrl. II tl the e ntir ol Did'
1, ll iw i ; -j ,
niia avenue ami unity
........ Mt.n t ..nip. i unirrv. nii..i-
Uliimi i.wwv. , i . . i
we w ill keen ut all timca me rai
' vvvau KV.V.V ANU .BREAD
I jii.r.l ever inoniiuil at the dmira al
our iimtrulia. l'OUlli! painmape i H. v
..ll--,.li,.llll. I'ULA. AL,tJH.
IH.1J "''- . , ....
iiiiriiur m i . i
. IVOTlUi!
Land Omi'B AT Jai KSOX, Mlhe.,
. March 10. J
Vtii. I lirrehv Bircn that the tollow
nig-lianicd acttlcr hn tilid notice of ln
int.-utiun to make linai pnn i nia
claim, and that mI proof will lie mauc
l...fnre w. K. inomaa. cimnr riern in
fj.iik.vllo. Al na.. on April W, iws, it
U 11 Mnrrv. iiinicatem . eutrr fv.lK'
for the uw or aertiou !0, towuahili 'i north,
range ft went, anil nnniea tne loiiuwiup
.itn.Mi. to nroce ma enntinnnna rrei
deuce upon, mid cultivation of, eaid hind
, x ? J an, .Ml liuun . 1. 41C1.COII. onu J
llclnnih. John J. AcLeod, nil of Leukca'
villa 1. Urocn comity, Minn.
K. C. htUK, KOClMer,
ifurrh 10. Sl-M
"JVOT1CK. t .
HnvliiB' iMirchaand from Mmm. W. 0,
Wheeler and . A. KrelK all their right,
title and intereat in the one-eljjhih mtHr-
ct in the eatrfta of Ridirine KrulM, I am
prepared to plve a clear title to any one
WIHUllltl 10 IMirrueee. ruriui-mw
Inn hihpIv to I). TUAIN. Iix 55. Murtta
f'ltv or Ho. mCuuti atreat.New Orleam
' ........ . ' atW t . .
March 10. imi. ' Ofim
MISCELLANEOUS.
Hcruutrtn.
Jf. Point, Bcranton,
ih Heathora and ticil U.y ."; !
ill ualla promptly att.mdwl to.
, G. lit Wood.
ATTORNEY &. COUNSELLOR AT LAW
Mom Toit, Mhs,
twu... l.. all Ciinrta of Jackaon
Btitiiirl,-Haneook. Perry and Gieeno.
' J. C-Heidelberg, .
Jffor fliwl VwUr at Imw an?
rAiftOLIlA fJaciaoB county), Ml
vui . -k..v.i he may have
. . . , ... . . ...
vnF.IT.,,. . .
WHl gir apacial attention w
i;,.. .. . ..t. . ' ... micli ua aet
SSSlfS iiORTH -AID EAST. "P
H. BMHwrwatD. w " , 7. , , .. , Z ... .. . ., ..i -J CZZ.
M18CELINEOU8.
-If
RAILKOAD LINE.
The Quickest and Shortest
5 - . a .. M I. l. ...
Route to aii roims
'dnka. SriMncia. and
MMrof the Mdi.
cinct known An om
hiivtdiB Parkcr'tGincer
Toeio, int a lacdiaaaj
t Hen Tanca pswera,
tO HAM It UM paw
ninM Vtmdet and th
DMtntal!hStrctal
. Butoror Krar uwa.
It cunt Khatinialiea,
Blwnlemnna, & diMaata
PUBLIC LAWS.
, f
a Act to define the right of partic etiii.
ed iu ruuuiug tunU-r and ur other puri
paaai-a. t , j
Section 1. Be it enacted by the
IfgUUture of the State o Jti-vsi-,
aippi, That if any pt'rioii or-is.ini
aliall put or eanse to be put iutt
any H.tvljr.ible riv r within or npol
tliti bim ndary Ititu of tba State, or
lutd (toy iivek or etieaia within
this State, or tsbull b.ivB in any
aucb river, civek; or atieam. miy
log, ItimtHT or timber for any put-
j)0!s ami ahull uot make adt-iiaate
lrovialuiia ami put on andicievt
force for driviuK or running the
Mine, or tor bieakiuj; blocka at
jains of atich loj;, timber or ld'O
ber in or upon wieb river, creek' ar
streams, or aliall for want of aih
qnate proviaioim, or want of anil
tii'iit iurce allow hul-Ii losa, tiiubtr
or lumber to jam or niTumulate or
lot-ru in Mock, thereby obstruct-
iu' the miviiitioii of aucb river,
erovk of stream, and tbetvby 'ib-
iiid railroad. By all ttiJt ia j'iftJ Htru.itinjr. the ririvinf- or rtinuingr of
and reasonable let ua have this
road; wetbiuklt ot greater Inter
eit to tbe State tban any road tbut
an e built in tbe State.
Tbe law regulating tbe vractice
of luedicino ia goiiic to redutje tbe
uoiiiberof M. D'a, ttoiiaidei'Hbly. If
tbe 1). IVa and LJi.D.'aa ere com
pelled to go tbiou-li a .imilar ttat
their iiutiilioi a would be oiminiabed.
Mr. A. A. Ulmati. tlm founder of
woolU'h niilla T Jlay.aU Aaliua ts
reoting liiipi KiiwmUl ou afoitlaii
iiur. lie will aoou Iks able to
qiiite moMopoliKe tbe lux trade, ot
that liver, should be be ua tmeceaa
tul aa be bus bet'it'tii Kottintf tbe
trade t Hay St. Louis-' Competi
tion ia tbe life ot trade and benefits
the poor. Home uiercbunU say -Mr.
Clman is ainking money, so uiueb
tor that : Unit ia bis buiue, How
ta it they are ao deeply inteieated
iu IU proaptrity. . Tbe money , he
ainkx. Mini t lie lariro uuatoin lie
7 " ,
drawa lenvrt aonre otbera resting
oti their oars.
We once hoard of n man who
went to mill and rode it sin.ill homo
mid took iwo aacka with com, one
.villi n bushel ami tlie otlicr wun n
hnlf buabel in if, and t attvo hia
horHf frtiin bi'iuir orerlmfileiiwl he
lii-lH on with' Mur large one anil
takes the Ruiun ond on 1ns oaii
shoulder, 'mid .Bceing his horse
would fail with, all, the Hid he had
iriveti hiiu. be lelt tletermiiied to
make hia lojrf HghtiT,' and thtia hi!
exuhuiiEud sacka and went on. The
moral of this fable houUl be we
matured before the November elec
tion of 1883. Let ua aeud men to
llro legislature to inn leu room in
the aaj luni for aucb tui'n Instead of
seiiiling tbe mail that welit to mill
to make lawn for it.
Eyes Which bleep One otu Timo
. !
Uaoon (G .,) Meiwenger. "m
There ia a Ulau ill Macon who
na na a pair ot the most rctnai'k'abli'
.Parker's taa1
Hair! RoUflmi ueuIyditrlSi
im. Mm luxta w-wa KM ai udatHiM
Seal Sc llloorafleld.
ATTORNEYS Jk C0Ul!i8KL0Kf AT LAW
. tScranivn, M.
Will ........ i.. oil ti,. fi.ni U of JiicU-
..... ..a,;Dvra ... .. .""! ...
MBeonnt Miuimluid. Emlb PlUt.lier Will
ronlii.u. (.. ........... fu l.ia Lnilividllill
villi 1 1
Ji icial l)itrlc
Cuurtai f , tba v
y . llil 'i ! .
Dr. Jfl. C. VaKhan,
i ;,. ..DEKTlST, .',
' Mots Poiaf, Mm. '
Will .ll.,.j all ..11- .li.n.r tli roust In
lilt nrolwmi.m. Purtii doeiriliK His or'
ricija ckQ addrcw him at Mom Point. MiM.
" .C E. Chldsey,
atXuHNEY & C0UIiSELLOK-Al-i.A(
""' ;' Sctmm, Mm. - ''
.WittMwatiM Win the court of the
BeTnt4. Jndic4a4 dMrict. - , ,
Oflloe at ChidMwy'a dmy atore.
Edwartt 13. Ilrtmble,.
' 1 ' ! Pcalerin '
fOUElGM 4V JDQMtsmC EXCHANGE,
Colleotor of Draft. Billa. Account, and
til description of lWtikiiiff bueinnw,
Ontv One ChmnftCmrn f
Chicago, Cleveland
lirtroit PlttKburir,;-
Philadelphia, Iew Kori;,
. JloMlon,,,.,.
itnd the beat route to
Baltimore tn4 "WMMagtoa.
- ' 1 No Change of Cars to '' " ;
Lonhvllle, " ,
C incninaii. ur
Coinmhus O.
yan ,tili
and will nrociire
.i )
t nil
,1 ni.
; Asentaat. all atationScm gi : ,"M
,,dSreli..l.l in K
.n.. rair. inn in wt' . .
MOW
J!
For tnrther tnhinnatMin aiiurme.
U; C. P; ATMOHK, 0:P A'
Loumvnla, Ky,
.... '' ' i
BTWPTOM Or A ,
TORPID tlVGR.
toaa of Appetite, BowaU ooattya. PaU m
tST llaai with dnU aanaatton to,
bbada.falnai. after aatinf. with a dtna
ehlitionto anartten o(Wr Bind,
Ol H""i -. ' . ..
han.-c neitected aoma duty.
.aa, 'luttaln at the i
l a.iuw OK .Ha
eiination to axwrtton
IrrltabUiar of tnRi.
taltn or nai
Wuiua. Dii
Heart, Pout oeiore 'J .Vt iL i, , Z.T
beatleaaBeaa, wiw M t 1
otorad Urli. and
, rtrrrs 1 1 ixa mr v"?
1 (mI ma aa aaanlab ar
TUTT'S liVO.
!i;2Zr.W In I f; J?
SwattiaW.'-r
eyes we have ever heard of. Tlieir
peculiarity lies in tlie taof that one
of tbem goes to sleep before the
other does, and e'o'iiHcqneiitl,y olid
wakea tip in the tuoi'uiug', sooner
tiiiiu ibqoHier;'.;,-; "r." V
i It iii ust b very, interesting to
have such pair of eye.' The right
eye got'H.to ale pnd sleep aoundly
wbilethe othi r lies restlessly a Wnke
ati iviiigljy all manner of rlevloes to
woo "nature's sweet restolW,iwlll).t
sleep." Nov aud ! then 'the toft
nntic. wide-awake, looks bvefUhe
bridge' of the man's hose at its part
ner, sees the tliried citi'talit of-iue
tight ivr couch tightly i'tlrawirj
hears tin nierpiug jo """".'
into tbe very bowels ot sleepj and
.i.mi1 wixhe to' tracioos it 0iiW
drop Its cut-tain, too. "Aud then it
ami takes cat napsl to befteoa
sionallv aitakeieU by tneeonmineit
tnortugof its neighlMir l " Finally it
denim .(ft lllt.O a (1016 WlU UOIB 00U-
i.... lUmnnstrstioiis .dream , until
hen aiiotber difficulty
a..eai. t The, riaht eye awakens
and wauta to get up, but the lett
peeper tarn over iaJto bed and
MwWi. wonld give 11000 for jst
ten minntea mow sleep! t . ..!'
i Surelv a man witb suiili apair of
aa ,ht, to - havo dead toads of
fun all to himaclt.
certain.-
I -. r r""r-i '-
Tbe girl who saveura um i
Iowa by lioisttng a datigef signal,
is to marry tlie .conductor, so it s
iirobable she'll. WW to wish she
bad let the ol.L thing go to smash
and bim with It. .,,..7
Eatin"w"rTire"meat ail kinds Is
now mirised sgniiiat by phyaiclana
as diseases of tbe lungs or scrofu
lous virus affects nil tba lunaculiir
tissue of aiiiuials so afltcd.
loaon such river, creek or utoani,
then, aud iu that event, it shall be
ittwtul for any poison or persons
having logs, timber or lumber in
such river, creek or stream, the
driving and riinniiij of which ia so
prevented or obstructed to caq.se
such blocks or jams to be broken,
snd such logs, timber or lumber to
be driven, boomed, ratted or ran.
at the expense of the person or
nersons owning Hicb" logs, timlier
or lumber, and such owner shall Is
liable to such perso j causing blocks
or jams to be broken, and such
logs, , timber or lumber to be
driven, boomed, raited or run.
for nil the cost and exuenseH of
musing such blocks or jams to
be broken, aud tor all cost and ex
panses incurred for driving, boom
ing, rafting and running such logs,
timbor or lumber, which rhall be
and conatitnte a Hen superior to all
other liens on said logs, timber or
lumber, against such osrner ami all
other persons who may have aetu
l imtioe thereof, tor the eniorce
ineut of which the party entitled to
take and retain possession Of saoh
logs, timber or-.lumber, or so much
thereof as may be neooessary 10
Sitiisfy the iiuioiint of such charges
for breaking such jams or blocks,
aud for driving, booming, ratting
und miming of said logs, timber or
Inmlier. an l exneiises and costs
thereon, until the same ahull be sat
isfied and paid. . .
J5..C. 2. . Re it further enacted,
Ti,,.r auv oeison or ueisons having
ii lien ui" '"n timber or lumber
noiii.r the-Ptdvisious of the Mist
section "t thiaaist may pim eed to
enforce the same uy selling sucii
timber "t pnnuo nuouon 10 mr
i.ireh..Mt bidder, for cash, upon giv-
ing ilt le'st twenty da a notice of
Mm time, place and terms of stile
bV posting nonce ineicoi in mree
public places i the couutv where
said sale slum nine jnuur, im.iu
ed. that, the owner of the logs, so
tn !. sold, shall have at least ten
davs notice, in writing, of the time
.ml nlwieof sale, and of tbe mini
of uioner which shall be due for the
..r- ..l.Mi L'es and expenses store
Kni.l: sod the puicbaser at such
sale shair, npon payment of the
amount bid by bun take sncn iog,
timber or lumber-so purchased by
sa e. tiee iroiu au
II f It . V ' T
liens or claims whatsoever.
Sec, 3. Be it further enacted, , TliHt
i.ij ...r . ill f:iki etll'Ciauu ne in
mm i.v. r"....
force from and utter Its passage.
Approved, February 28, 188'i.
buying or e-lliuz, either by aent
or otherwise, any future contracts
commonly call i 'llltures', ab.ilt b
fined not less thin flfiy dollar aud
uot oer five hundred dollars.
Sep. 2. Rd it furtner enacted.
That no money advanced tor tbe 1
purchase of futures, Uor any agree
ment for tbe payment of any sum
for such purchase, shall tie enforwd
in any court in this state.
Sec. 3. Re it further enacted.
That this set take effect and be In
force troiu aud after its passage.
Approved, March 7,
Aa Aet to aiotuid the Honieatea.1 Lawi of
tlua State.
Section 1. Be it enacted by the
Legislature of the State of Missis
sippi, That every citiien of this
State, male or female, being a
householder and having a family
shall be entitled to hold exempt
from seizure or sale ituder execution
orattachiueuL the laud and build
jugs owned and occupied as a resi
dence by aul-h debtor:' provided,
th quantify of land shall not x
ceed one thousand and sixty acres.
nor the value thereof, inclusive of
improvements, tbe buiu of two
thousand dollars. '
Sec. 2. Be it further enacted,
That this act take effect and be In
torce from ami alter its passnge.
Approved, March 0, ISoa
Bur Meettac
V would, for
who Bated
i. ... ... ......,.,1 aiirtinni oio nnu en.
A, ... "
f!hnt.r Si of Code bf in reia
Hoa to protucti.m.of wool growing iu
thia State. , , . .
d.,..n.. 1 "fl& It enacted bV the
tegiafrtturelof the Stati ot Missis
eippU Tbat sections 810 and l7,
... ' - , . .-..il.wl K, uilfl.
Cods Of 0" anie uo "j "
r. tn aKuidi oue of sain sewions iuo
'"and such owner
.i.uti t.u b-nilri-' OrH nilsdcineanor
i,iivii'.ti.ni shiill be. ttiteil
ft. till Wt " " I
.. -a- m.,At ittai fi tv. ai unias
pt Uonel not more than sixty bi)S.
,1 ," - . 1 u"... ixtnritf.lll.
or bv both sncn line t
inen't; )rovUl.Ml,jhat the. paymei.
. ......i... d.nnnL'es nrovidetl
t-r leimi i vi w . :
for In this sect ion, or the pa Vmei.
r ai.rti dainairos a may be agreed
upon between tlie Im'P;
.:' .i...n i,.tr .1 iirosecntioii lor the
llt-9 eiiif.. - r . . , .
inisdemeanpr herein proviiled foi,
" . ....U.,iflori- fiir flio misde
"",u:j" r: :r"h:,e aeivew of
liieaiiuc on". ... ,
ai-,ifi.rt' rtwtiHuea under this t hnp
i.r ,t net a bar to.Uie nMioyary.i
ofjotoal4a.iiagef"f!;1 v .
, i 8r.. -Si., Be. U iiirtbef enacted,
That this act shall .laae euect iroiu
aud after Ita paasiig. ' ,
Approved, MarcliD,liS32, ,
- - - ' ''
Anwst tV prohibit tha aula and purchase
of "l'nf nres" in tha Btnta ot M iaalMippl.
. Section 1. Be it onacteA by the
Legislature of the State- of Missis
sippi, That It shall .hereafter be un-
lawful for any person, by agent or
i otherwise, to deal iu contracts com
monly called futures, in !this
1 Stnte, and any person convicted of
Aa act to ammd acction 1KH of theRa-
viaed Coda of Miaataaippl, la relation
to aclling liaUre wine without liceuaa,
Section 1. Be it enacted by theLt9-
tat me of the Mate of Mmimpin,
That section 1098, of Revised Code,
be umeiided by adding after tne
.word grapes In sixth liue the words
'and other fruits," and strtkiug out
the words "grown by himself in
any quantify uot less thati one
pint."
Seo. 2. Bo it further enacted,
That this act take efteef and l In
force from and after its passage.
Approved. March 0, 1S82. - i ,
An Act to eatahliidt Public School for tha
' Indium III Eaet MlMiaaippi.
Section. 1. lie it enacted by the Leg
Ulaturt of the State of Miunitnippi,
f list auction GST, chapter 16, of the
lie vised Code of 1880, bo so coil
st rued as to apply to Indians.
See. 2. Be it. further enacted,
That the county sutorintetideiit in
counties where a eullicileiit nniuber
of eduimble lndiaus reside be 'au
thorized to establish one school ex
clusively for the Indians, and to
provide suitable, teauiiers ior me
same time as other free schools are
taught. ! , - , .
Sec. 3. Be it further enacted,
Thut this act take effect and be in
force from and after its passage.
Approved, March 8, 1882,
t i mi aa mi '
Female Brutes la Hard loves.
New Yolk Spiicial to the Cincinnati Com
mercial.
I', siK'cial invitation of Mr. Harry
Hill' to-day, I witnessed a HcientlrJu
set-to between two younjr nunc.
The little theatre was orowueu un
sporting moil, laai acnes., uimi
ubout town ana otuers iirann iw
get her to sen the two young women
fighr with gloves, me giove, uy
tlie wav, are uot nioe, sott gloves,
but villainously bard and cnfoKind
made to hurt. When me two wo
men stepped forward Mr. Hill ex
hibited the trophies to be battled
for. a silver cup and a medal, aim
' . . t rut.....
jtbeu yelled "time.: A.uei r
au.u.l in ttilk ttiiuts. linn wrie
, .1.. II...IAII l!j..
muscular aim coning. toi"
.i.. nia tul ee or the two, matie a
At a meeting of the members o!
the Kemper county bir held ta the
conrtbon, Saturday, March 18f
1882, F. r, Sntflccor, Es., waj
called to tii ebnir, aad J. U.
vtile. Esq f requested to st as w
Ou motioiw a coiaaiitte cofrvist-
ing of Honorable. T. V. IWl, W. P.
Eviuia ami T. W. Bnnie, wa a
pointed to prepare euuMe re vIu- ,
lions espre&dve ot tou sense ot tue
meeting. '
Ou motioa Ilotiorable T. 8. ForJ
was added to- the eotutnittee. :
The coranittee retired, and m '
few moments retortt the fotlowiut;
resolutions, wbiua were aaoi)Ui
aad sigtietl as is stated: . ,
We, the meiitbersof the bar prac
ticing in tbe circuit court at Ee
Kalb, learning with regret that tho
time hat cooie wbetf we shall t'.ave
to (mrt.with the lion. J.imus
Jlainm, as judge ot .said court,, C:
sire to exaresa utir.. high ap; .-e-ciation
of bim aaa profound J ir.ii,
an upright,'fearks and lmpaif:tl ,
judge ; and "we desire also to ex-
press our aumlratpm for mm, :K
only us judge, but as a man ol b g-
moral w orth ami rpotleasehui'Mi.-te.';
and that we indulge the bo( 9 t..i
his exalted taleurs will nv oe itkt ,:
to the State : and , that iu tba fu- ,
ture he may be elevated to a bight?
judicial posiMoa than he uow b )ld';
slid that we extend to'him person
ally our sincere wishes tor his fu
ture welfare aud happiness t aad
that tbe chairman ot this meeting
be requ.et.ted to present tboao reso
lutions til'ihe CtHirt with the re
quest thai ;hy be spread ttKi the
Diinutes of tbe Court, sua that tno
clerk furnish Judge liamm with a
copy of the tame: and tnat the
Kemper Herald be retpiesu-d t y
pnbltsb these proceeuiugs, ana
that the MerKlkn iapera plenae
opy. i ir. iv dseukooe, -J.
II Nktixlb, '
. U IV Ewans,
. , T. W. BtAMB, r
T. P. Bkix,
T. S. Fobd,
Jameb Watts.
The. resolutions were preaetfte'l
in open court, and were pprpri
atelv ie.oaded tobv HouorubloJ.
8,I1amiu. , . E. F. SjJKnaooii, !
Chairman ,,
J. II. XsviLtH, Secretary.
oreut show of her knowledga of the
tl.lMIU'M of boxing, until her New
YnrU. antHCfimiat got nuJer .her
.rm.nl sod de iverea sucn asiun
Ming blow on: the nose that she whs
knocked over iiacswn-ru. vininc
i.nnntered oil the other one's lip.
mid thev came to the second sound
.villi flnahed itud bloody faces. ... To
Hene.ribe the i-est of the match
would be disgusting. 1 It was brrital
til the extreme, and 1 tnnut say that
if u. ervina shame that aucb a
thing should occur in a Cbristiau
eimutry. ,j 1 notioeit s one iumg
when the drls were "pretty el
ImAten iip.thetneti spectators yelled
to the seconds to pntl them apart j
but. tho women who looked ou,
urged tbciu to fight it put. , , ,,
Tiie followiiiir'ts au extract from
a. 'mieecli delivered' in tbe 'Good
TemnlHr's hall, on Tuesday uight,
bv Mr: WS. 8. Christy - "The at-
tenures of the geutlemau who bus
fust taken his seat, Worthy Chief
4 . .. . . j-t...a
Templar, euaoies me io nnnnawu
a truly Hoble work U the one iu
which we are engaged. : There can
bi. tint (litis more noblo tlnui to re
ciiiui th fallen and stve other
from falli 'g- VVhen 1 think of this
T tulil wMtld stretch out mv ; arm
and biig tbe whole world but they
are too short. Therefore, with
their lreriuission, I will gladly con-
teut myself with hugging alt tbe
sistei s' in this hull to-night.
High spirits-!! 60 a gallon.
Home New Geography.
"Of what is tlte surfiioeof tba i
earth t:omoscd V ...
Ot comer lots, mighty, pvor
roads, railfond trueks, base ba'I ,
grounds, crictel tlcida; afid skating'
rinks."' - - ' ' ' ' '
What port kt of tbe glob is '
water 1" ,. , , .f ....t
"About tureefonrtns, Borne-,.
times thev add a little gin amf nut
meg to- tf " " ' ;' "' ''
What is a townr' ; ,
A town fa a cnnsldefable collet;'
tiou of houses and inhabitants, with .
four or five men who vruu the paf.
fy," and lend money at fifteen pef ,
cent, interest.'
"Wbstisacityr ;
A city Is an inoorporatPtl twn "
with a mayof who believes tbst tao .
whole world shakes when be hap
pens to fall 0at 'on a cross Walk." r
- wtiat is commerce i"
"Borrowing Ate dollars day or ,!
two and dodging the tender for
ear or two." t . i,, , .: j i
. " Kame the diflerent races. ,. , ,
Borse race, ' tont race, bicycla
raoe and racing around to timl a
mau to indorse yortr note"
" Into how mnnyehistrs; la man"
kind divided T, ' t n r
"Sis; being etdightened, .civil.
lzed,. lialf citfliited, wtvage, toa.l(
nt fer, not worth a cent and Juumn .
sgeiits, . " ' '
" What nations are eiueo enugut'
" Those which nave nan tue most (
wars, the worst laws and produced , ,
the worst criraitwls." '
"How many motions lis"fti
earth r """" "
That's according to ho'.f yon
' a . a via
mix vouf iirtnKS ami wnict. ra-
yotl go iiotne. "
what W tne eartu s axis r
the lines iNtsslur between IStnt !
York and Chicago." , -., . i . j .j
' What causes nay ami Btgfctr . ,
" Day ts caused by nitfht ratting .
fired out. ' Night ' w canned by
elrerybotly taking tlm street ear
and gtndg home to supper.' '. ..i
"What is a map r
A mauiattdAwiugloshow the
jury where Smith stood when Jones
gave nun a nit under tne eye," ,
li What' ia a inariiiei eompiiaaf "
' A Jng bolding four gallonV '
; Wby Is a certain kitwl of window
called a bay wiudow! Becansa
people go there when they look
oat'tose.'" ' '." ' ., .
The motto, "pay as yoa go, ia
said by an exchange, not to apply
to a theatre. The manager iaoU't;
id to make people pay as t-;j
come.
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