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rouL&tai n ra got er w$ p. ic MAYERS & rKorrJiTi'RS. CO, M. B R1CHITK0 Editor. P. K wAYLRS, .-8vs Manartr. C. W.W! (($, Miwcef Job fcpafwit . Fa'cagnula, Miss: FRIDAY .April 7.1SS2 THR DKMOCsUT-STAB tl eld est uewpaper ou the Mississippi teacoast bus it Isrgei bona fide cir cclatien that any other newspaper in this lection ; therefore it is tbe let advertising medium. Adver tisers will bear tbia in mind. CiscriT corsT will conrenc at Leaksvffle, Greene county, next Monday 10th, Judge Hatnm pre Biding. Our aolicitor Mr. C. P. Bw man, will be on baud te look afler tbe interests ot tbia office. ' . Congrhs passed the Chinese bill, bnt Preside ArtLnr retoed it Wednesday. MAJ. 0. W. IlOWARDy of tbe United States engineer corps, died in New Orleans laat Wednesday. !L. I. Judge Tkrbal'8 flrt court will be held at Mississippi City, com. inencing May 13, ami coutinning Bis days. OEM. J. It. Chalmers has writ tes a letter to tbe Vicksburg Com mercial iff which be states that he will not be a candidate for congress from the Fourth district. . UATHERiXK COLE returned to New Orleans the other day from a trip np the river In the ot. flowed districts. 8ba is wrilingVnp the overflow for the Kcitiune. Jesse .Tauks, the notorious Mis souri otrtfaw, was betrayed by one uf his w men last Monday, and shot dead. A terrible ending of a terrible life. Am editor of a newspuper who follows, rather than leads iublic sentiment, is a poor criterion, mid the people generally have a pour opiuiou of him. Last Friday nrornhig the steamer Golden City, while lying nt the wharf in iMemphis caught fire and burned to the water's edge,, About fifty people lost their liven by Using burned and drowned. Where shall the convention to nominate a candidate for congress from the Siith district be held! We would suggest Magnolia as a very suitable place, that towu being about as accessable nod central as auy locality within the district. It is probable that a convention of the citirens of Jackson connty will be held at the courthouse the first Monday of our circuit court for tbe purpose of electing delegates to attend tbe congressional nomi nuting convention. , THE Uandsloro Adeertker in as nrticle last week comes ot forCapt. Thos. 8. Ford as a candidate for congress and says it will support aim lor the position. CapLFord is a good man, and would make a formidable candidate. . We see from Washington dis patches that the house committee on contested elections reported that Lynch was eutitle to bis seat, and that General Chalmers was not elected. This decision will sot please the people pf Mississippi in tbe leasf,bnt will give great dissat Wactfon, The First National Baukr of Co bimbos, opened Its doors for busi ness on Thursday morning. The lollowiug are the officers and direc tors: C. A. Johnston, President: W C. Kicbards, Vice President: R. T. Williams, Cashier,' Directors W. C. Richards, C.A. Jobasteur,W. M. 8nell,T. W. Johnston and R T. Williams. Mi J. B. WalIpole, president of th Mississippi Press association, assuiea the brethren, through the columns ot tbe Herald, that the fuse aud plaoe of holding the next meeting of toe association will 'not be changed under any circumstan ces. Natchez is ihe place, and tbe first 'Wednesday ,in Jane is the time, and the ckieena of Natch' ez 'have' th reputation of being e"ry"iiot8pitu'ble,' we feel" assured tbe Fiess brethreu will be highly entertained. u old nrroa lmtises. Frutn last veil's Braudoti Repub lican we leara itb regret that Col. A. J. Fntnti has withdraw!! t'roui editorial name?, and will m future devote bis time to other pursuits. Thus after a life of over thirty years sirt in editiug a liiper and trying to huiUl up his town, county and 8tate, Iw nuds that tbe people do not appreciate his e&ortsaud will not give him that eneonrage- meut which he deserves; therefore be is compelled alter his long life in advocating the people's cause, to seek other bosiuess. Col. FrauU says: l or thirty yearn have labored un ceasingly to proiaota the iutereata uf oar town, county, aud Hint, ami we have Wa libarall; patrouiird by tlx people f other eectious, whilst oar host patrou age aaa ebowa that uur efforts were nut appreciated, fur tax reason we deter mined, eevtral aaonths ago, to move uur oflica to another locality, but the place ae Ireted ia aw oversowed and the ear founding country ruined. We have tlu-re-fun leaaad am establishment fur oua yrar ta our !, E. E. Kraotj, and will devote our tiiu to th settlement of uur outside Imsiucee affairs, alma have been sadly eglecled. We bavi ovor tifty tboueand dollar due as, euattered from Maiue tu California, aud wa waut to try and eollect b portion uf it The eiperieuce of CoL Franti is similar to that of tuauy editors aud publishers, which If attested Iry the fact ot tbe suspension of papers every day. No man cau expect to publish a paper upou the credit sys tem aud keep up very loug, for everything a paper uses is cash- printers' wages, postage, paper, ink aud type aud these things Lave to be paid for either weekly or urouthly, and be w ho attempts to put out advertising, job work aud subscription ou ciedit will sooner or later be swamped. We have no doubt but what he says about the amount owing kirn is true, because there tire few country papers - that do Hot credit a great deal of the legitimate earnings ot a newspaper ofllce. Most people had rather pay auy other bill before paying tbe printer, and in most instances after the printer performs his work he has to wait lor the money, thus seriously embarrussiug hint, and kuockiug bis calculations Into a cocked hat. Debts due a printing office should be paid as promptly ns any other debts iu order to enable the pub lisher to fulfill his contract, but somehow people will not feel the importance of doing so, aud will try tottave them oil. We are sorry to part company with our old friend, and hope nt some futnreday be may nsstimc control ot his old paper, lie has leased his paper to his son, , E. Fiautz, w ho is nn able mid worthy young geutleiunu, and who will no doubt conduct it iu a manner wor thy the patronage of the people. We w ish him abundant success. wHY A PUBLISH! TAILED. The following from lln Deiiisun (Tes.) Demwrnt, is mi tine and pointed that we iransU'r it to oui editorial colnsins. Perhaps no ed itor iu our iSlate will read it with out vivid recollections of some sim ilar incidents occurring i bis ex perience, for we are certain many cirou in stances has occurred in our experietc-e which leads us to be lieve the inau who wrote tire article knew from sad recollections that there was more truth than poetry in what bo wrote. In editing a journal it is impos sible to please all classes ot people the tbiug can't be did and it is simply a throwing away ot oues time to attempt it ; therefore the safest way to couduct a paper ia to do what we think is right aud trust to Providence for the rest. But to the article : "There is a man at present living in Damson, who thought he could run a newspaper. Ilia Idea was to adopt the sensational style, so he let out, and in a week his partner dissolved with him, but he still kept on, and in two weeks he had bee whipped twice, had locked biaMelf up in bis room once, had been put into the calaboose three times and bad paid over a hundred dollars iu fines, lie saw this would not pay, aud lie dropped down to tbe conservative wbiue, and all his old customers quit reading the pa per. , Then ha published an anti prohibition 'article, and all the churches aud temperance people sat down on bitn. Then he lets te in- perahce article go into hi paper, aud the .whiskey mcu at once re fused ltim credit for drinks, -ffheu he tried blank Verse and his ex changes published him a fool. "Then be wrota a poem and his wile threatened to leave him. "Then he went in on obituaries, ) aud tbe relatives of the party de -1 erased mobbed him. Then he did tithing tor two wteka, and aJver t;ers all withdrew their cards. Tj.it uiau was outsell AS EDITORS LIFE. Alter all, ' e life ot au editor is olieu amusing 4 w-II usdangerons, and we otteu hear of many mci druts which, ou aper, have the Heariuta of being very funny, bttf to eiperieuce such is altogether dilereut. A case in point we clip from Peck's tfaa, which says that tlKre is a young editor wandering up aud dowu upou tbe face of tbe earth who published a paper at Storm Lake, Iowa, lie left there th day after the issue ot his last paper, and is supposed to be cross ing tbe State on foot to get away froia au infuriated female populace. It seems there was a concert giviu by young ladies of the city, and the gallaut yoong editor wrote it tip in splendid shape. The same day he had visited a herd of sboit bora cattle, owned by a farmer la the vicinity, and be wrote op the cattle also. The cross-eyed foreman of the office got tbe two articles mixad ss follows: "The coucert gives last evening by sixteen of Storn Lake's uumt beautiful aud In teresting young ladirs was highly appreciated. They were elegantly dressed aud saug in a most charm ing ttauner, winniuf the plaudits of tke entire audience, who pro noaneed them tbe finest short horns in the couutry. A tew of them are of a ricb brown color, but the majority are spotted brown and white. Several of the heifers were fins-bodied, tight-limbed animals, and promise to prove good pro perty." ' Ok the tweutywntb olt. Col W m. lioyles, an old citizen of Mobile.died hi that city. Col. Boyle was one of tbe leading members of tbe bar of Mobile, and a fine gen tfeinan. lie commanded the Forty- sixth Alabama regimeutdariug tbe late war, was boru in Storkescouu iy, ioriu uaremia, in tne year 1319, and came to Mobile in the year 1842, where he began tbe study ot law aud waa two years afterward adinited to practice. The Register, near tbe close of its eulogy upon the distinguished de ceased, says; "Ilia own life was work, aud his language rife with rugged maxims hawn from life. Iu the end all this honest and unre mitting toil told its tale in the his tory of his success. Step by step te climbed from obscurity to the bead of his profession his prac tice became large and lucrative, his name was known in the highest courts In the laud, his friends were among the great men ot the State, bis form lootaed up among tbe heroes of the civil war." TliK liberty Herald bus the fol lowiug npon the subject of a sub scriber discontinuing his paper, and it is sensible to the last: "It is just the easiest thing iu the world, but like luoat things, there is a right and wroug way to do it. Tbe right way is, to send to the publishers the amount due him for the time you have taken his paper, and ask for its discontinuance. The wroug way is, to take the paper from one to five years, aud theu get your postmaster to return it before yon bare paid for it. Always pay for your paper before you decline taking it oat of the office. It looks mnch more honest to do it that way." Don. J. W. Denhah writes as from Angosta, that the board of supervisor of Perry county have petitioned Judge llamtn to preter mit the spring term of the circuit court of tbat county, and thinks the court will not be held. We do not think Judge Hatntn will com ply with tbe request. -As this is his lst term iu tbat connty we think be will hold tbe court aud finish up all the business. Hon. C. . IIooke-r will accept our thanks for a pamphlet copy of his great speech in tho bowse upon tbe Chinese bill This speech is a masterly argument against passing tbe bill, aud gives reasons why the government conld not legally pass a bill totally prohibiting the emi gration of Chinese. lie believes iu restricting emigration, and would Tote for such a bill. As a great many of our pePi$ were divided iu opiuion about tbrt exact time when Judge Uamm's term expired,, we wrote that gen tleman, and learned frm him tbat his commission expires May 12, 1882, therefore his last court will be held at Bay St. Louis. The time on May 1st and euds May 1-th. A ccKREsro.XDEsr of the Vicks burg Herald saggesU the name of M. jor E. BarlsJa'o as a caudidate for cougress from theSeveuth dis trict. There is none better in the district for the position, and should he consent to run we hare little doubts of Li Domination and ck tion. lie would make a dignified, high-toned congressman. Last Tuesday night Col. R. W. James died at his late residence in liiloxi, aged 70 years. Col. James bad been a eitizen of New Orleans for the last forty years, but had re cently moved to Biloxi, lie was buried Wednesday afternoon, aud was followed to tbe grave by a targe eoueoarxe of citizens. We bad tbe pleasureof a call this week from Dr. Charles Peleaz, formerly of Harrison couuty, who comes to our town with a view of permanently locating. Dr. Pelraz has the reputation of being a fine physician, is a clever and sociable gentleman, and we welcome hiin to our commanity. The "Ilinda Couuty Gazette" is no more, bat then we still have tbe same dear old pajwr under another name, and under tbe same manage tneut, viz: tbat of Uuele George and his worthy son Sam. D. The paper Is now called tbe "ltaymond Gazette? a more appropriate title. TllE Lexington Adecrtiner states that Wirt Adams, Jr., State rev euue ajeut, has made the discov try that CapL J. 8. Iloskins, a former Sheriff of Holmes county, is a defaulter to tbe State of be tween (6,000 and $7,000. ' We are requested to state tbat Rev. Jonathan 8. Haskell, tbe evangelist, will fill h" appointment at Uandsboro, on luesday, 13th day of June next. Tbia appoint ment was made last Jnue. He will be there promptly on that day and preach. LATEST NEWS. VlCK8BCUQ,ApriI a. The excite ment attendeut upon the overflow, and its evil results has uow entire ly tilmtod. None but good news is received from the overflowed sec tions contiguous to Vioksburg,aud the planters from North Louisiana, from the Kagle bend country, and from the Yazoo, Sunflower, Talla hatchie, Deer creek aud other trib utary streams, are making prepa rations for general planting, which all maintain will bo tliorottgly in augurated by the middle of the presenter thr-first of next mouth at turtht'Nt. Asalready mentioned, all the landings ou the MisMs-sippi above here are clear of water. VicKSBUttG, April 4. The river at this point heiiaii receding on March 21, after reaching 48 feet i) inches above low water mark, aud bait fallen since tbat time 22 inches including twoiuches iu tbe past 24 huiis. Tbe gnats are playing sad havoo with tbe stock generally iu m tny portions-of the surrounding coun try. 1 ., Tributary packets bring news of the water falliug in all the streams nt au average rate of two inches in 2i hours. Helena, April 4. Tbe river falls steadily aud the outlook tu the city is slightly improving. 'The ground Is peeping iut from the water, and iu many places boating is a thing ot tbe remembered past. The bus iness outlook is about the same and it is hoped that the future is to be a little brighter. The hides of drowned Cattle are being broujut lu by bun areas, aud trade In this item i strong. Alio suu-coinmissiouers are dis tributing rations daily and tbe Com missary is the uiost extensive pat ronized business bonne iu town. Morgan Cm, 1. April i The moruing brings tidings of uew dis asters more suflLeriug and greater dangers. People who retired to rest upon the elevated floors of their dwellings awoke to find tbe flood sweeping over the planks water, water everywhere. The on ly remaining laud visible is tbat upon the new railroad track to the bridge, and tbe old fort fiats bave been in use todav taking aoods lroin tbe stores. Xue depot m be ing used as a place of refnge for several coioreu tamiles. WArttllMGTON Anril I Tim nouae elections committee to-day agred to a report iu the case of Lynch against Chalmers, from the KHxtb conpreBsioual district of Mis- Bissippl, tbat Chalmers was not elected and tbat Lynch was elected to the seat, and ia entitled to it. JWI . I A A I 1 . jus committee aiso uireoteu a reiwrt to be made to the houe iu the case of the Third South Carolina district in favor of Aiken, tbe sitting member. lo-morrow a meeting of the com mittee will dispose of the case of JUuckey against Dibble, A majori ty is iu favor of Mackey. New York, April 2 The police were uotifled to-night -that Cor noli us J. Vamlei biU, brother of W. H, Vanderbilt, who contested the probate of the will ot tbe late Com-, modore Vanderbilt, had committed suicide by shooting himself through the head at Glenham UoteL Tie coroner was notibea ana gave a permit for the removal of the body. Dog v. Sheep. Kditr IVtu"Orat-Star : Ou Monday, April 5rd,a vigorous discussion took place at Mr. U. Labardeu's store, say five miles from Pass Christian, and lor the benefit of the public at large we will remark tbat a stock compaoy has been started in the above named city to build and sn-r una large hotel for the benefit ot North ern and Southern health seekiug element this, at first glance will show that tbe couutry surrounding is not a wilderness, far from it, it is really thrifty aud busy ia the es trone, houses, farms, gardens, manufactories and stores are very a dimerous, and exteud as far as ten miles east from the coast. Further on, we might say from fotirtevu to forty miles, the habitations become more scarce and isolated, and among the inhabitants of this Elys ium there are some who en oy the "dolce far nieute w of au illusive mind, they being pOAsessora of nu merous flocks of sheep. They cau swing in a hammock or recline in a rocker with a mind sereue and full of large expectations from tbe fleece tbat will be shorn in due time the only care tbat disturbs their placid mind is to keqi their flock away from their own snrrorrnd ing, tbey owning but a little pat-eel ot land claim, of course, they could not dream to support twenty bend ot sheep for one season, ami be sides tbey must have the luxury of keeping dogSfOt eourse, those dogs of theirs do not kill sheep. Iu fact tbey ttihe good eare to drive their sheep so far away that their dogs like the masters are too sloven to take the trouble to trust them- so far. Those sheep then roam at large and seek by natural instinct the tat pastures of the lam owners near fhe thrifty city ot Pass Christian. They pounce upon and devour every Wade of grass avail able about your surroundings, the very land that you owu and had prospected to teed your own stock on, i laid bare by th sheep of your neighbor of fourteen miles distuBce, and it thoso sheep have tbe tenter ity ot quitting your own pastures, he, the sheop magnate, will fiually make an effort to rise and make a little necessary bodily exertion with the intention first to drive back his flock on his neigh bors, of. fourteen miles, second to defend himself against the plasne of the presence ot his owu wealth, and third and last, bnt not the least, he wauts to have a pack of nogs at Home ami imcU ot sheet abroad, for undoubtedly, be cannot Keep Dotnj either the sheep will kill tue liogaorthe (loirs will kill the sheep. Itut in his uncharitable feelings the sheep owner torgets that there is any other interests in tho laud but his own, his eves are on everybody's dogs not ou bis, ami it ins sticcii alter teedui!' on your laud, replete, redoulunt and filled with your owu grass, fatigued ot their bouutily samd-v should stray leisurely to suitl around your yard feuce. and your watch dog line most reliable friend and guard ot your family, tho only true living thing ou earth which we all iiilniU will uot fail wbeu danger is at hand, the oue tbat you trust beyond all doubt wbeu you are away from uome, ami to which you intrust your wife and children's safety,) if tuat creature ol unworthy breed siiouiu ilaie iiiMler au anxietv to defend his own domain mid his ignorance of the intentions of the snifly tat fleecy brute of your neigh bor ot fourteen miles oft, and jump over the feuce ot your yard and before you cau bud out the mean ing or purport ot the cunine's exbuberance some one reports u mouth later that somewhere around your house, ou your own premises some sueep uave been killed, and uiai. j our uog uas ueen seen ruu mug after sheep within voice dist ance of your house, the man who owus the sheep, your neighbors of iourteeu uities, comes down from bis altitude aud picks out your cur ns victim oi uis aroused Indigua tion: it shall die I , lie does not unn aider that your dot; waa cliaiimd aud blocked iu such a manner as to make it impossible to Overtake a sheep, neither does he mlud that at ditlereut places uear where sheep killed bad been fouud there are ten to flfteeu dogs, ueither chained or blocked uor contiued. he wants to destroy that dog which has block auu cnaiu on, because he has heard somebody aay tbat they, had see too uaews .ot ttae block attacfaarl to the ucck of said dog' around or aoom where a sheep had been killed sometime ago., Ueuce this neigh bor of fourtcon milea urnnnnea tn buy tbe dog. .Not beiug. in thia, vuotiieoa j,sS at present the owner mildly declines and in a Itlmi ,.,! sorrowful voice says he will tak stringent measures and mean to aeep uis tlog at home, and forth more, that be cives him and ll hi ueiguuors or tourteeu m lea or tiAt. full : it, ' niLiiwivo to it Pit uis atitr otiun found outside of, bis vard. uot off his premises for bi hlniiimi a far aud wide. This same sheen owner who does not carry concealed weapone (for it is against tbe law) will tell you that he would arrest any: one carrying the. jewels, yet u.u,aGli Huerniu stripe wuore tbe euds meet under his long ouat, he commands neremntnrilr ihnttiiA dug man shall km his owa dog,, or he wUl sue him aird fefcoTer a fhr- tune-on all dead sbeep.past, present and future.- Now Be all kuow your perspicacity in all tbiug and really desire you to pass your ver dict." Shall the Uog man kill bis owu dog or will he have to pay ike foituuel Ql-AKEK. Kctweea the IVtH and tUe St-av Deep Yazoo C'uv ll.iulit. We aie uot inclined to take kind ly to the suggestion of the Clarion to elet-1 ex tieriKr Alcorn to con gus ut the next election iu ease General Chalmers will uot serve, (.lovernor Alcorn represented this State, in part, iu the United States Senate osce upou a time, and bil there he did notbiug to commend him so far as we know to tbe ;ood grace of our peopb. He sat iu his seat like some muzzled thing aud refused to open hi.- mouth in de fence of hisa people when ho tould bave done so with his admitted ability to tire confusion of ear ene mies and greatly to bis owu honor, lie left it toTbnrman, Bayard airtl men ot tbat stamp to do what he should have done oil bis owu mo tion in behalf of tbe noble, patriotic men and women uf Mississippi. We aru io urtleut admirer of tbe sagu of Coahoma." We tlid vote for him once it mast confessed, but that waa when we weie In-1 ween the devil and tbe deep ta and couldn't do auy better. The chute we then took was simply a hoiee ot evils only tbat and nothing more hence onr action. It is nt the correct thing to presume that because two of the congressional districts lioast a majority ot crtoied voters they must ncccswirily go against the Democracy. Tbe Sixth district was notoriously composed of this class of voters, but has it uot Iteeti represented in Congress ever hince 1H7." by a Deiiiwmt iu the pvrsoii ot (icuetal Cbalitffis. We thiirk so. Tit for Tit IMrt Oilxnm Hi vtllw. The old man ot the Natche Jhnt (unit wrote a gtrsbitig article Mime weeks ago about tbe exeeted over flow of Natchez by tbe Press-con v en tion in Jtine,aud he promised the m among other things to show them wltoJV'Aanni lJunr was brought to trial; That was a stunner and has puzzled ' the red cravats and stovepipe hats of the press. r Tliey have all heea consulting John idinyatt, und Ua tier's Saints llest, and Webster's unabridged, and cant find a thing about "who the dickens Aaron llurr was. Advertising Pays, Orwit West. It Is a positive fact that tho busi ness mv it ia Denver who nuilwt (hit most money nithoewhoikleviise the most extensively. It mho hnmly to send for go.l when the na-nte ill tho person w ho 1ms -ootls Is fami liar, and it is so bothersome to have to hunt mound for what ion want Advertising biings mwe enstomefs while holiest dealing keeps the old I A I . . . one, niui inns u mans ousiiiess is sustained and increased. Disputolies from Washington to lire iCKSinirg ui'lUin HIIIMH1UCU Oil the authority ot Mr. Singleton tbat no is now a citizen of Scott county 4iot Madisou and that hist Irerud- quarters wbeu not in Washington", are nt the towu of of Forest, and that he is a candidate for congress in tn null District. The tender will lw ir iir mind that the Fifsli is Mr. Singleton's old disoicf, Madi son nluiic. his old eoimlv. h.ivi.i-r been chopped off in (he interest of the ling. Mr. Singleton mows lo Scolt, where he ons a largo hi, til ed property, nnd heads ofl the con spirators Riujmmul Omitte, The aiicultuial outlook for this Best ion is not so diseouragiiig j-aitpnry or Dinner lroin all parts oi litiwiitieisvMiu adjoining couiitics developed tire intovuialion that laborers are working better than for inarty yetns past, and l br-tter purpomv All our land need to iiiake them produce well is proper tuiagp, una we may therefore n-as wnmiy expect a gooxl crop. vviumuHW impatck. . A Jackson corresnoiident of Kew Orleans paper think h11 the members of our late Missistiippi tegisiaiure are prospective candi tlates fer congress. CMi, yea, t hr Voiids are full of em."-. Rnymud They are All You CUaim. Nr Ol'liulll. Inn. M IjMl Here- Honsuh, Esq,-, f,o rt. ClnaW ;, . Dow Sir It sflorda ma pUatNtra to In form yoo that I ara well p4eaaad wttrl tha two pair of spootaclei I paratiamd from yon dm ;w tgo. 1 , aomMUad t um tham daily, nud partioularljr lor night work, a ixl find them cool ami fcitUv iH g to the nerrea of tins eye. Thev r everything yon claim for then. Yauri retpvotfully, J as. E. Hamct, 74 Tan.l V n-l.... Tor aale by Geo. W. Wllba A fJn.. '""i r mvmt rotni ana tSeraiHoa. The Queen of Bwerko is suffer ing from heart disease, aud bat gone to Amsterdam tv anderge treatment , . Uow many lessons of faith and beanty we should lose ft there wete no winter iu our yeir. Some ciruautstau'ual evidence ia very strong, as when you fiud a trout irr the milk. The candler sayst m be Woed if 1 go out." An AirnwaMii Dnlnn fin- tli Hiitr. .Irtn U bllli kM imm lout nmrht tor. I'.rlim''. lingiii.liijil lui n. jHii itj , luil Hh il... vllL nt iMlllni IHira Uila wint J". ?o -WITH- LIEHHAUF & STHiUs DEY GO UBS AHD KDTI01I HOBIIP At. V1UJ4j MOBILE, ALI, Anril 7, l- : a , aJtuiuihJfati. WM fruu ,., ,1 aiiciuNlfno thaeatata uf UrLt'M a h, tb. r4..TY am,t'unnty. ta tb Jim d. 7 19. MLvnurnhnit. ik.L"". wileHtat4ar rit,a v lT"" rwitii rvif h ... i. IO k. a w ' vaaiavu. n April 7. 15t NIGHT SCHOOL! Forthd bant-Bf efaoma af arr friVuda who ara rmpk.yM durinVtiTS I haa opni-4 aM txmK .a.ii" reaiitnire, Muota from 7 an. t,? p ,vn-h 54, 1J M. BOOTH. I D. 3IOYE, RED HOUSE HOTEL GAINESVILLE, MISS. Meala, 25 CU. Lodging liat,- av .3 j YOUNG MEN wlio rliMiira to inatirw in tha Marriage lid Ansoclatlon of Wen! I'.iiiit, mil flKsaliyralUmai J,W,5TtVAKT.Astt, . M.a point, JTaa. 1I Mi h at. laf ritT'a Salt. IiH W. 1'i.rter I'm.. va. Jurin II, Turner, atrrul urnilWi Amnirtrt of Jwilysa-n.... Inrifvut....... v Laaa trvA't.....,,....,.,,,..... hy virtus of a Ttlitionl ntpouiu t pl In me by O. ttaailslt, Jiwtit-a a( tin rVne, M'a iiint prwim-t, riiatrtrt N.i Jaikwin county, MiwisHtppi, will, oa th lt day of M(ty, 1882, nt tha ilnor of tha aoMrthoaaa M mi touiitjr. bctwevii tke bourt prmk-riM kj law, rxtMMa to (niWic outcry ta lb hy, f liiiliW for iU, Im folluwuig rial a l.tc aixt inwovMiai.uta, ia JmIuw fomity, HiMwiipi, boumlril an Ut aorta by a lot lat Ut W. At. Want, aa tht ! hy rircr, on tho annth by Frita Ls nlmril, on tha wi-at tha naliU roul, an! kiimtn an tlia 1)iiiU ('Mitral Ho M, toaNtiKl.T Ihn above jirl(;miit. itittN t and nil i-oota. f J.K I'lJIMK, i Vh-h a J k mii, rimnty, Uiwiwi ppt Man h 31, Un. Coaniasiaret'i Sale. , Mm Loiim, it. Ohvit-r, guardiait, itiriliau, 1 i., silmr. j iW. va. JoM-ith Allxirt Olivier ct ale., fly PWii nt a (Urn af the thanrrrf nonrt of Jltckaon eonntyr MiMimiiiaii, m ili-rod on tha 8th tiny of March, I will, ou Monthy, Aay 1, 18S2, At the fiout itiNir of the cnurthnnM rt Hrtsslmi, at tr honr of Vi a'clork . aelf f eavh- to the highest liiddrr, the fullow ino. fid Iy inn ' Iu llm county t Jift-kann iu tho Mlnla of Mimimippi, ami dearribed aa lollowa, tvitl Btnuing at the norlhweat corner of c 14 1 H K weet. and running enthiit hundred fmt thence cant shout fl-''' hundred fet up to fonre iMinUtiu mi a Mad, betanp' iiiH to WB Taylor, (Sirmerly toJantm l)iiril) J tbcnra north ouw hunilred trrtto tK- fin whirh divtdV tbo pnirwrty pre traiwly hrsil tri that of J C Ji'iii'l tra'iire wi-f aton'n Iir. of division lv Hie iifiiii-miid northwexe etflHTol' aMtlair 1 1, Im-iiij; the wiw iroMrty anld liyJa tin lmvl to Victim Olivitr, Jr., an thaiOd d.,y t Ktil ruary. A. tl. ln.M.8, Commiminnw. Mhii-Ii 31, UK. , (0mmt$iMer' Sale. IV virtue of a decree of th thnncrry roirrt of .luokiKin connty, Minwianippi, t llm Jart-h trrm, l tliennderHiKiit ui)Hiinted specHi) catrnniwioimr in the cum, of Walter Denny trt als. v. Mi Mollio 1 lirifttn et afs-hill fur diaaola iou of purtneroliip 1 will, on tbe i'iVf dag of Jiffy, 18- st flm ulace of V. Denny A Co.. bet few the lioivrprowrilMMl lr law, orl'er for nt jmhlic outer fj,r caafa, the jlliwit Mil s:,d pemonwl pniperty lying '' ' lug- iu Jack-nM cemiite, Miieipli, n4 ih-w-rirwd as fiwtiKwitt , Ni of lot No. , of aec !!4 tonhipT oiil li rann II w -Ht; aliMi a certain tract of kind lmnKWt of Joa. W. mttK i K til aoire iiMtr or leas, to-wit: t I tliv.tr nf ttinaw Jofaee Mand thee of th....-, of t he a i nt mo M. aad tn of la-d wwimnrioK tkrea acrre lo ""J11 "J tin north and runuiiiK tla entire wi""1 ll IukI alNwe rfeecrilie Irtid et eet aim, lot of lan wwrc"in? tlA- iw cner f tlir shove deacriMH liMid iwrd rnnning due north twenan drett ami fmt feet; tbenca runnine WeKtwasil fuliirwing certain r" feiicir atfd kra alonn tb neargin turn ritvine rr awatemakmi a turn ""Tf ward following toe awandering of fence keepkiRvroeooo tbe niargla of " iwamp nntil connecting the Hue iw7 west of the starting pointthe ewt-W the pmm wt begioing; of tli, Uutdeaorlbed lands being. In eectioni i w ud 14 townnhip 7 range 6 west, '"ud" on the aontbby landi owned by W. PnT Co. on the eaa, north and went by formerly owued wy Hatbew OofT- AW tertain tract ef land boanded by eoroimmclng at post on the aont" " of Dog rivet aitaated between the h lake recently oocupicd by Daniel rj1-" and tho bwyon between said lake and T tier's etore, theaee annth aeenty-one w baJf degrees (714) west ni "J the wee drte south twenty-three (W thence to Doz river, tbenca along !". or to tUe pkee of beginrrlng In -cU, " township 7 aootaraugeftweat, such portions ot asiil rands h" sold by W. Denny Co and planer therm together wtth ftce lurntture, awnas, esrta, tools, lu logs, acbooner loci wool, t iimst. r Horae. and half Interest liTte Daiaey BeU and Georga. a :.i rMiiiaioner. March 91, im. DJIVVW JV rtJL .Inn Pui-c iixa in allltS branuli9 executed neatly nd at reasonable rates at tho Dkmocbat Star.