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TEHJiS - St Oft a Ywr,Jn AlTRce Volume sJ8.'-; PASCAGOULA, MISSISSIPPI,. FRIDAY. APKIL Ul, 1882. -NUMBER SHS&T riOLKTS. Y IWIS. .1.;. hiarv ''. lurka faireet lMTtlfa..tW.o 6Jr Je Wen; ju houie, .W-H titheriug At wild pur- , v Nature Wxiiriatm la wddfst tiioort, VkiWthi-M'pbyrt floating bay slouds -til Uik't. ' . ' ! 'th'tit r-tt. lulUby ! , i irBurmK "u otw u ft t0D ln ' Wilf t tUu UrMry ever Muucuuig fpiui 111 enliuehi M. n the hill , iVir waviiin jine-iip I'riuee of I fur trw, back and forth. In thu bat Kiiwot' blu kjiaiigielm thelousli B,in!:h tiH-d with . brisliti tuM-U frinwd with zUiwifiit civi-ii. V brr amtH r-buttt c'ouilluti. nil rijiyW mil rollitl, " jrt fijlit royally flrt-knl with imrjile :inl Bjwiu th fn'sU warm wiml-wet buiiiiteixu xri lxlit, ' Of tirhxt viTiinl ncruU-ltii Arf"' firiht. ou wbrtw thin fchouMjiiT rtnln, on the jruwy ,i di-vut uj. whilst uui;lig 'with hit in.lie rod J t Ami peoplf Kieut ctiitlft " li build iu the uir," lufcttiTed with lu!i(Mord, taxation ov wiring lor gold clutched l miiwrly br of (W slinvrii noW , or uarit of Undnt But iulmh weet odiHw, fwm knotn of rliwi'iit '' Frnh vluh H i iilli d iu ' w ild wield Wnrrt, ir Ho wen tint were pluckeil, fur from lialllltn tif lllell ty l this nilent, duiknonie, woii'Ied jtlvn, , t , Itrre Were, they fnUltd mttllilijl ill this ncred dell, . Auilwcri' (i.ulaTnl for oni- that lovetll bim well. thfir vl'iVt hiii'it, lm tr.,n:i, mift ejCH, i i li'nr Will tra:isim jiiIhh ttiiulit ki; of f.iir, (mile (Hue, fur from emthly taint ,"". . l'we we.-trili liiini'int of a hciivcilly unliif, ,f ' i hu h.u UuKlrd hi brui t lu a lieuutcoiia Nuire. ' - IT'iilrii ua lit wave of ber anhurn hnir, - . Anil lm drMiiin whilst tliroHdin dark meshc ot lifv. . j -....'( Thu fund queenly nwideii will ou hit lovwl wif; . thccn br fetnrln dim riitu piinl, bote wiettl-like witchery, bitU arouud him iMt, - . 4 ii'-. "- . i ' A spell . binding th toil I, In iwect liMiilril' fast, Of fondest memoriei ' thut will time outlast, . . i . i - Ung thu soul pulsate, with a waro-li'&tt throb , , n . . . .' k tho neu-benteu aborv, with it suig- Inn nob. . i . Oh! tlnr t naught through life, that will the hout eulrance, . , l-e tlume iirnt, pages in love' yonug roaisoce! 1 '. '' -' 'l"";try of Life fhl'lntorjJHpaKo1 . "s Prathiininn ty thiu ot tlm Ooldou Age; "hen the soulia aucluintod with the U!, deeintdoei :, ',,' t fliiph Is lotelieTXf Ihuli th tiV.ure hue. m ports oa Me ot Iu. lUliwi skle , ' Witching color of uweot violet eya. fcntn, Miss.,iApfni5j 1889.'' , J Siitrirdav eveninir h tinrtv of re- lird vi i cHDtamH M-re Rented fwiinl tbu stovti iu a dowu t6wa ry Rituuiinif. varus. Manr poiidcrful stories ot walioff nn'd iwling ndventnre were told, ieof whieti were more 'thrilling -'uuiiiiui. , at last one ot the "IHUi't ninrinfrM Kturllml hlilm.ir. hy telling almnt a Kpern whale i luu W.MU''4lt that , it ue earned under his arm, '"Was tim mn..K n aI.I unl,u fallow, and they immedhttely " v ' 9 lll'llie lil UIPC, no until one,,grai-liaired son 'ptune temarked thnt fhut' "emlys'.that there U Hlonfor a.boarc'ing '.bouse t;n,l";Sa.jiul,,,Bd no Virthly 'fftful .. -. " ""ncr nuiHllHII l lie iVh.T' ino Ma'tilean: May -"tu tun diiv. hu i... .... earn j f "f kune iur ii .AiiiiiXTf, liS w cnfiv ' . w .meiT.iiaiit rwcm Tukrb as frost luMemybulat Snnday niortifu;. IjOok out tor tbe coinrf. O.ie mill be visible to the uaktd pye wilhht fw days. i Gov. IiOwai'a efileient Ben lces rtiiioiig tbe ovt i flowed eufiercisis desi't iu j tbe highest praise . , UES, JUETIS no th Xutcbei and Jrickwti rMilroad mill be fin ished us far ti Raymond by tliO Thg kivjii of $J0,0(X has been dov iiiitfd by uousiexti for the pin jioko of buying -'ed tor the nfferers by the overflow-. : r . . .. . . ON the 24th the ' di uggiHts of Louisiana mill meet in New Orleans for the iiurnoHu of forming a pliat uiacettticat imMocitition. . . ! IloTtL Le' pet a ou onr coast tire looking for n large number of visi tors this sumiuer. . There is room for all who demie to come. Di:. Wkt Joii.NSTo.,or Jacksou, wan elected pie.sident of the State Mt'dica! Association la.st week. A deserved coiupliment o tt worthy gentlemuii and able phsiuiau. 1 Tirw WHtiM urn lillinir rmiidlv " , ' i', along- the MiitsissippE and tnuti- tnrii'K, and planting oi-ratiou jiie being pushed rupidly forward. It is iiresumed tlttl good crops will bo made. What has become of the Jackson Xae tlisiippian t We bavo Hot sefn a copy of this paper for two weeks. We liojieour good-lookttig contemporary has not shut tip shop lor I ho summer. ( TUB Chicago Time says truth fully: " .N ood-cut portraits in daily journals arc very much liku Artetuus Ward's celi-brated wa statues. Tliey'cait be said tore jiiw.sent'aiiylmily." 1 '' ( '' ' A MiW Methodist churchhonse is soonto- lio built tit Jackson.) i The building will bo of brick, ninety feel long, witti a seating capacity tor 570 pcruiiiH, .tuul is to have u tomer feet high. , i " Tun Oxtoid Vicvm of last week says, Senator Lamar, wife aiid daughter, MinS Jennie Litmnr, ar rived home fioiu Washiugtoit on the l-'tli. Senator Lamar has en tirely recovered his health. LAST week a petition to President Arthur itHplauiliug his veto to the Ohiuese bill and asking him to dis countenance all such .legislation was circulated Vji the' Cotton Ex change of New York and received thu signatures ot nearly all the members. I A FKW days ago Postmaster-Ge-petal liowe rifmyvefl from an. em ployment iu the money-order bureau at Waiishingtoo, Mrs. Wil. cox, a daughter ot Andrew Jackson jjonulsoiif uud a graudniece of President Jacksoiy. She was born in the White House wbileliertather wus tbe president's private secre tary ' ' ', JtiDGK Yowno, of Minnesota, in u charge to' a jury in a libel Jsuit, against ther St, Paul Pwwer-iVfM, laid down tbe law as follows frlf a ue'tspaper publisbts an item of news truthfully, without; tiny malice without. anyj liitetitiou ,of injaring atij body "it mill Le piotectel' in that, publication, no mat tec if.it seriously reflects upon tho personal character or professiouul reputation of tht5 person named.' 2 ' ' ' , M-J-J t. --LJLJI. " TltE ' Memphis, ' Atalancht sayi every where in the Mississippi delta are to bo fotind traces of the eii'gl ueeriug skill ot the mysterious race vaguely called ;Koutii) ' Builders. Artiflciai elevations, iuilus of canals, And long'-'ret,' ins of M. ; protect dig' levftj't 4 b seen id nearly every county bordering oq the river from Cituo to New Orleans. Would tiott modern 'engineers 1o well to t,udy carefully the ..system", which iLiix; illicit, lit i'to'c bo Juuut !uuu3 to, bo an efficient remedy lor de vastating floods! ' f Tor the Dcmcx'Iat St. EIK0PE.1N J01TINGS. BT Dl' K M'K('I4L COMMH.410XKII. The result of the Frencb elections ate considered f4voralile toM.I'ou Say's plans ot pittance. King Humbert will be one of the first passengers tbroagu the S. Col hard tunnel, and will he attended by a brilliant stall. ' ' The Havre lite boat iu proceeding to sea to rescue the ere of a sloop capsized, and both crews, niur teen meu were all drowned.' ' '" Ltirgan, has oti the Tunnies, de feated the Uuited States sculler (loobiii alter a very ausatisfactory rae. Fouls abounded. The hotly of tbe late eail of Craw ford has not even yet been recov ered. It is many mouths novviiice tbe sacrilege was comiuitted. ; In Berlin the fashion of wearing dead birds in the ladies hats shows no signs ot abatement; 30,000 birds have been ordered by one French dealer. . In the French chamber some lit tle excitement bus been caused by M. Schusluber during the debate on compulsory edticatiou duclaring himself an Atheist. , ( i. The scenery of "'he Lyceum? fot Shakespeare's Iloiueo and Juliet is on a soalo of surpassing tn ignifi cenee. -W. llenty lrvltig'a deline ation of Uo'meo Is considered dU appoiutingv , , , , ; ., ,. , ' The Italians wboassanltod Huron de Saury, and other ollleialsf of the Tunisian French consulate having apologized publicly, This disgrace ful affair is now bushed tp. A bat talion ot rouavtta baa left Tunis for Uusa, - Jumbo's " carriage Imr been constructed, and is iu his deu that ho may get used to it. . If be gets fuiutioti dnriug Ida rule through the streets of London, the coiino queuecs may be serious; ho is an immense brute. ( ' Uarribaldi bus gone to Fa!ei too, and all along hjs route he met with tbe moit enthusiastic receptions, tbough bo was noiniually traveling privately.' Palmeruio is very gay, and full of visitors in anticipation of bis coming. , The Young Men's Christian As sociation da ve decided to invite Messrs. 'Moody and Sankey to Lou don for a year. . It is to be hoped that they will not clash with the salvation army, at present, canting so many riots by their unseemly behavior and mark of reverence. The season is eculiarly mild, and a good liny crop is anticipated, and it is hoped , the wheat which looks well at present, wiil also yield a- good crop. ' The fanners have had a' bad time of it lately, not withstanding tho facts of rents having beeu reduced in many cases twenty percent. -t u ' "', h England's new ironclad tie " Ma jestic was launched at Pembroke on the eighteenth, iu the presence of their Royal Highness" the" Duke' Baichessed of Edinburgh. This ves sel is tho' largest ever built at this -yard., The duke was at tho open ing Df the Fallstail club, Loudon. W. Fowler, an American,' resid ing lu Frftnee, ha been traveling from "Boulogne fd Sangatte in a novel machine cousisting of two large cylinders connected bf boi per tubesJ1 He stands erect uud propells : Li machine by, a paddle. He, is now going from Bordeaux to ipiiMV via river and canal tu Oette, nud thence by sen. .. , - , " An interesting article on ''shav ing! appears iu the Daily Telegraph of Ma roh 24, comparing the prices paid tor tho so-called Injury., It mentions how that whereas i Eng-J laud a man, can bu shaved for two oeutsotfa penny, ' in1 America the bitt ber will 'probably chiirgo.'hi'ni "a qiMirter,'' 'wiicli ttiis1 paper kindly ex plains means twenty-five cents. The fpieeti taks dally Walks and drives liroutuV ' tho ' "ChaleS , des Rosiors a'"vIeutou sod l)r youtig est boh be puke i of Albany i has uow joluod her. !IIer Majesry 'lias been visited by T. R. H's. the Uuke and Duotiess of 'Saxe-Coburg.and Las aJso , Jtepui'ved, bis Excellency Viscount Lyons, the English am bassador to tbo Freucb republic. " PUBLIC IAT7S. Aj act t authoriiie the Board of KuprrYi ur of t'rry touutr to Irvy a sptrial tax tor tho purpoav of obtaining aiwt plying tut towiuhip laa"i of said . oiuoty, aAreuirt4 m awtiuu a.' of the Code of I'vO, ; . Svction T. Ik it t nutted lm the IaU liture of the Mate $Iiiiimppi, 1 hat the board ot snerviHors of the County of Perry be and are hereby authorized to levy special tax.iu addition to tba humjuuk- that they are now allowed to levy by law.not to exceed one mill, upon the real ami personal etitaie. of said county tor the purpose of obtaining and paying for township mapsot the County of Perry, as required Jit seetiou 4!j of the Revised Cod of IJ58U, . ., Sec. 1. Be it fnrthet tmvki. That, tbis net take rtWt and be in totve from and alter its pssage.' Approved,' Mareh 7, 18.S2. ' ' " An art to autl.ri tho lloanl Hupnrri kors of tiiveiiecouutv t" luuka aKjweiitl ; l'vy'iintto nCwl Kve null, to pay the miNtandiu j liHl-bterfuessf of said couut.v. . , i n ... Section. 1. lie it emtcted kg the Mature of the Mate of Mmixsippi, That the board 'kit uK-rvistHTj nt s aid county, be and they are hereby authorized, in addition' to levy al ready made, to make a levy not to exceed Ave miils to fay the out standing indebtedness" of -said C.reeue county. V See. 2. lie it further enacted. That this set take effect aiul be' ii) force front and after its passage.' Approved, February 23,' lSSJ. Au aet to anrliori the Mount of Snperv i- M of Itaucoek mniiity to rm-eive the ii. liniiiieiit tnx lint i,r f;.... v i..i... stun, jikta shm iti' nud tax cllvir of . aam roiuny. Section 1. Be it enacted by the h q iuhture of the State of Mmimppi, That the , board ot' supervisors ot Hancock county, lio and they are hereby authorized and empowered to receive the drlinoiii'iir. Iisr. iJi (Jeorge W. Johnston, late nberiff ami tax collectorot Ilaucoek county, for the years IS? and 1870, or so much thereof us they may flail, to be correct and iu conformity with the law. . Sec. 2.; lie it further enacted, Tliet thisiict, take etlect nud jn foicc from and alter its pnssage. i A.piovcd. March &, An art f limit ths number nf. iind se'eiire iiiiiim skilPul 1'ili.u im ,lio buv unit . baiimr in'i;.n;oiilm , .,,. Section I. Be it enacted by the Leg iuhture of the State of MLtitisin,'tL That hereafter so long as there ate tour pilots fit for active service, no person shal' be commissioned as a pilot for the passes leadiug into the bay and barbor of Pascagoitla, nrt-' less tbuaimlic iot shall havn an upprentioeship of two years With the pilots of said bay and bar bor, and shall nossess a fait- k IIAlV I. edge of .amuslii Prvrided. that the lU'oviMoiis of this hill apply tolkieused pilots of the enittK ties or iiancoek and Harrison, pi lotinij. or desii'iuir tn' i.il.ir in Pascugoula Bay ir auy of, the passes leaning thereto. ' ! Sec. 2. Be it further r.iuirtrJ rUu this net shall take effect uud be in force from uud alter iis jiassage. Approved, March 8, 1882. , ., Au aet t ameiifl sedHnirtt. fctiuptnr 42 of p in in vi, qniuMa uu aotto oi v ti a ttourd of t'ilotiVomuiiHHi(ii8 lor 81rtp Isln ad harbor, and a4ier iiunio ns,ln Mamsou coiinry, Mississippi, Section I.' lie it e.nanteil'hti fh Mature of the ' State of MMnninpi, That Se'ctiou'S, chapter "12. of the arn iif'IOTT f !, a,. : ,....'....i...i' '.' , ... , , iri sn li rend after" the word vesscLn'n the tenth Ijtttt ; Vidvided, they shall be allnwed to charge not more thau , four dollars for pilotage of any ves sel of the ilratiiiht of eimhteeu feet 1 and upwards. Kl. ''A ' lie it flLVthw uttnntmt That this net shall take oftect and be iu force from uud fitter Us pas sage, uud nil acts iu conflict with this net bo and the same arc hereby repealed. ' , , ApproredMarch C, 18S3, Au net to iimnnit seetlun 41(1, of tho tn- vised t'ndo f lasn, in relation to cir :,. tain lunula in Perry county. . . , Section lie it enacted by the fog Mature of the State of Umimippi. riiat section 410, of the; 14eviseil CodeotMiSHO, be Hud tbs same is hereby - amended, in so fat as the same shall apply to. Perry 'cbnuty alone, by inserting alter tbe word dilutable, in the liftli line iu said seutiou, " supei iuteiideiit of ptiblio eiluestiou, surveyor, coroner . and ranger. -! See. 2, Be it' further emcied,1t this act take 'eftVut. anil oe lit force froin nud after Its passage. ' ; 1 ' : 'Approved, MaWii T, 18S2; ; t ! r t. ,1,1 . . , , , '?.'!. Au act to authorize thu Uoard of 6HprvU , , , sors of ceruiu coontiiw to cri.it log' ' 1 1 luudingn lu ccrtaiu ciues. . , Section 1. Be it enacted by the fsij Mature of the State of MmkimiW,. That any three or more fre.ioli(i- residing in any county bordering on tho Puscagoula river or any river tributary to thu PascugouU river, or any crck or stream trilnt tary to either l s.iid rivers, niav letition the board of supi-rvisors of j suen county totalise a lot f ground on the bank of said rivers, tiveks or streams to be designated and set apart for the use of the public iu the bns.ine.ssoI logging or rafting timlieriin said streams; and said board shall then-uMin appoint three disinterested freeholders of the county, to lie commissioners to ex amine and determine wUtiUr sach big -yard or landing be reipiiied for public convenience, and if so, to lay oft and mark such lot or ground, not exceeding two acres, at such point as will be most convenient to the. public cugaj-ed in such busi ness of lo'giuu' or rafting timber. Sec. 2. Be it further enacted, That till the provisions or chapter 2, Revised Code, IHHO, as to the con demnation of lands for public use as is in said chapUr provided, lor, shall apply, so far as the same is applicable, to the eondeinnalvou of the lands for public use as Is herein provided for, i Sec. 3. Be it jurther enacted, That public roads to said log-landings tuny be opened upon the pet i tion of three' or more freeholders in the manner that public roads tiro opened, under the laws nov in force on that subject. See. 4. He it further enacted, Thut this net take e fleet from and alter its passage. Approved, Match 7, 1S82. Mississippi Itailroad l'ndects. The Kew Oileifns l'ieayune, Which takes great interest in everything connected mith the prosperity of our Slate, has the following to say upon the subject ol railroads w itbiu our borders : t . . ... itts to ue unpen mat congress will grant the request of the Mis sissippi legislature, and waive the retprsioiL, of the lands donated to the State by tliea it of lSoG, lor the purpose of iiuihling ar41ho.nl liom the seashore to the interior. Not withstanding the fact that Missis sippi's requirements in the way of seaports ore suiliciently satisfied tor nil practical iai poes'by Mobile and New Orleans, Mill it is a matter ol State pride to build up a port disiluctively Mississippian, and we can understand and sympathize with such a desire. Besides, the greater the business of the coast I lm greater becomes w Orleans. The building of the Gulf and Ship Island road wiil not injure New Orleans, while it wilt furnish railroad enm muliicntion with New Orleans to a considerable portion of the State, uud wjll supply coin petition ju transportation, as well as facil'ty, ,, . But, atter all, the more important roads projected tn Mississippi 'are those which, like the Northe istern, run from , northeast to .southwest. Tho Natchez, Jackson uud Colum bus, and the Illinois Central's pro posed branch to Aberdeen, will lie ot great service to the State, in bringing out her products and for warding them to tide-water. Ulti mately the great channels of tratllc in the South will all be coiintruCied ou northeast; and southwest lines. The "Louisville snd Nashville will have .to make a cut off tin this theol v. or it cannot nerinane.utl v j 1 ' compete for through buMucss.. , llie airssisMpjit .Mexican unit railroad, .recently chartered by the leglids'tlire, ; ' proposes to take iid vantage of this theory by building a ahort lino from the gulf thtougU Harrison and oilier counties, to Connect with tun New Orleans and Northeastern.' ' la this way it, will utilizo tbe Krlunger system witiioiit delay. J.t -is ttoi be esimipt from taxation twenty yyars.) Among the corpotators we notice tho mtmus of tiromiueiit citizens of Harrison. Hancock, Perry add Jf-irlon eonn ties, and J. T.'lIaMie, of 'New Or leaus. ? . . ; , . i ' . ' ' It is said by the leoublican or gans that Jesse Jaiiies ?as a dem-, oerut. It docs not seem to occur to the democratic orgms to retort that whilrf Jesse James,' mnitleiei' ai.d outlaw,1 has been dispatched under the administration of a dem ocrat ie governor of Missouri, one Charles Cutlteati, assassin and dead beaf avowedly a 'republican, is stilt having tt happy lime of it, sclliiig-itatojrniphs iu the Wastiing tou Jiiil.r-CAictiio Timet. Ind. 1 As nn evidence of the growtug tuate for testheticisni in . New York a love lor tlw soulful atid beautiful since tim visit of Oscar I'Vildc, it may be uieutioued that a sparring exhibiliou for the hem-tit of a prize fighter, a few nights ago, was attended by 4000 persons, ami preparations are being made at o.ie of the theatres to give a so tson of the " Black Crook." Jay Gould is :nid lo'eslimale ttte bis reputation t $1,000,0(10, and It wasn't muclt of a reputation to start' with, either. TUK COURTS. triil LAM TKUMS. CtKCriT (Ol KT teh Distkict. Jauks H. Hamm, Jmlf. TlloM.i S. KotiD, Iuk t Alteniey. Ctai tfl eonnty. tint Motidav iu frVbril arv and Aiiga't, eoutiuuius Vi day. kemptrcoiiuty, art Monday iu Mareh i'nl SiplenilxT, -ntiii.hi I2iI.it. l.audrrdaif -unl , tirit MondaT iu July and Jauu.-.ry. continuiug it judiuiul dT, if buiiuess pflnin-w. Wayne county, Urt Monday in Ajiril and OetoVr. coi.tiuuiiic 6 dav. One u county, aeeoud Monday iu April and October, eoiiiinuiug 6 day. Tu-ry eoutitT. third Mon iy In April ami tnlK-r. o.ul i.i 11 io'j a diiys. M.iriou i-muiiy, fourth iiouday m April and l).:tol r, coutiuuiicj 1 dnv. Haiir ";k eouuty, tirl U.ir ilay atter the foar.h Monday of April and Oetohvrou tinn'tns! I- Uys. HaniMiu county, third Ifondsy after the feiu'th Monday of April and (X-tober. von tinning ti days. Jai kou eoauty. tonrth Tifondajr after foarth Monday uf April uud October, ton Miming Vi da. CHANCERY COl'KT 7tu InsnucT. GKORG1' WOOD, Chancellor. JaeVHon cnuuty, fii-st Monday of March and SepteuiUer, eniilinuiii); K days. Harrison ro inty. eond Monday in Mnrcb and 8pvmer, eoutiuuius o day. itaneoek eointy, third Moiidny in Mahh and 8srtnihr, toiitinuinR fi day. Msi'ion roun'y, aveond Mouilay after tile fourth Mon lay iu Mrth and tk-jiteiu-Imi-, ruiirnntlii 8 day. ' ' ' IViry rouncy,tiit .Von lav !i-r the tth Monday iu March nd Sptuiber,eou. tiiininffCda.vs. ' Itreruo eonnt.c fourth Mondays, in Marc- c,it &'ptt-iulier, cout'ninitit ti itavs. Wayne raanty. fourth Monday after the fourth Mouday of March a,nd September, entitiimlDg 6 days. ( lar!Ounty.ttvt Monday In Mny and V'nvviuher, colli iuiiinx 0 days. . Laadei-ilala county, third Momlsy of Maw ami November, coutltiniii:4 IS di . keniprri-niiuty. weond Monday lu May fovumlior, rontiunini; fi dav ionthlv Rul of Chanrerv Court ou .tho HMjond .1olidav iu each, month. , , " MASONIC MEETINC.S. Paca;oiila. IjhIji" A. V. mid A. M. No. 1 1 Sit-ets at Mos IMint the third 4atur ay Biijht in each month. . H. is. llowu Chapter Meet at Mo.s Joint. the aecoiid Saturday mailt m month." ' ' ; Onlf Iadg! KiiiKhU" of Honor nwvH nt Moss Toiut on tho "it anu jounn caiur lr iiifhta f aeh month. ' mm. I'ROFESIoXAL..,,. ti a fit. j. a. Axtncnaox. ISicc A. Anderxoii, AttorneuH and Covnwllor at Imk, n.ii(i.M'...i Will prnetice In nil the eoiirla of the ui.,1 tim United htute courts. Will pivo jirouipt attention to ths collcotiou of debts, anil msKs is-murnm-en )""niui'. it. Seal. '" " k ' mORVKRY Si COUNSELLOUAT LAW i ... Muiippi City, Mini. -Practice in all the C urt of the Seyeuth Judicial llistrir.t. . W. . "fScUiiiloH, ATTOHNEY-AT-I.AW, Mos Point, Minn. .. Wilt pructiue iu circuit and chancery eourt of Hancock, llarrisou, Jai-kaou, 'Jreeii aad Wayne. J'rauifit ention iven to tho collection of cluinis. Uflice iu 1hi) building foiincily i-t Sfs-'W-art's drug stme. - ' .1. II, Flanagan DENTAL SURGEON, Gainenrillc, Mm. . Trapared to do all work iu liiajprofeaaion, and 'jiui rantwes satisfaetiim. , Ir. IV. II. Bragg, PHYSICIAN AN'J SURGEON, ' " Residence : Mont Point, Mix. Oftlcos fitewfirt" driij: More, Afos Polht; ,l ami Cox' drug atote, Ucrauton. . , . Will prae tire ut J mmi Point, Scrantoii, the Seashore uiid vioit ity. ' 'i' "' 'Alt all promptly att-m led to. - ... t. II. lVood, tTTOIfXEY A COUNSI LI.ORA'f JLAW Mokh Point, Mu. I'mctVes ill the Courts of Jackson, IIiirTinon, Hsncocli.PiTi ? snd Hr,. i J. J. Heidelberg, ' Attorney and Counsellor at Lute an? Solicitor in Vhanary, I'lii.. fAUCAUUiJl.A (Jackson loiintjrj SttS. Will practice wherever ho may have biiHrnnns. ' " '' ' 1 ' 4 Will (fivii spncifll atlntion to' Colleo- lions and Chancery business, such a set- tling eMt.a, exstnlnin tahd titles, nud l'rfi legal opinions, "quieting" titjes tn land, obtaining divoices, eta, , UollKIIICK Skal. , 11. ll.lOMFU:l.l. Nr.il A Sllooiufield, AT'ipivNifYs' a. votsmxxm AT LAW , I J iSoraafoii, Mk. 4 1 'Wilt pradtirn In all tb Court of Jack ism Muuty, Mississippi. Each part net will eonlinns to practice Iu hi individual ca pacity i all the Courts of tb Sirvenll Jiff ici at, I itriej 1 1 -' , ') a.-, j Ills 33. tVVansliaii, l i ' ' " DENTIST, )( ( n .JIom Point, Mix.' ' Will hJ tend all culls aloiiifihe roast in hi prolMMion. Partie desiriiifc his ser . Vh:escirt address him at Mon Point.. Mips. 1 , ' E t'hiilsew ' " ATTORNEY & COUNSELEOIl-AT-LAW, ''-'. ,. ". ! 6crfo,'Jm. r Will practjea lu all tho c"jfc of tho Scterul- Jtnlii'Uil diNtnvt. .i i- " tliiiCu st Chiil sev's drni; stmn. ' . i:du;u'd IS. nriiishk, . .' ' Dealer lu . FOHl'.IGN' A,( DOMESTIC ENCH.VNi.il', Cui..il?l .a.. .l.,..J,l.-' Oil III H, I I Jit itill Of i ..ikllljg liiirtille., ' ' R11U' AND IN'tU'RANCE IUIOM'I'. PuMtujonhi and Scranton, M .vf. bCMAXTOX. IC.&C.E. CJDSI,2 DRUCCIST3, I Minna avenue, SCRaT0N. Jaikvc Cocuty, Mimuauppl, HEADQUARTERS FOIi . FureDrt3js& Patent M-j&CHrss We propiiK to keep the tot e"i .plr.te , aiutortuient of Urugof any hon .1 iu ti.e i-oaiity, aud give tti best bargain f .r t ie lenl niutn-y. te.emr9, 11. ' "' ; ' a'lv " F- BECH'J V Tonsorial Artist. - VASCAinVLA (DEl'OT). l.s. ' ' With NEW i'HAlKis Kew Hars :., -he ill b Ua,.;iy to aitccd LU oil in touier aud mnuy uew one. Suppc. : tho Democsat-StaM aud your barber. Hairt'nttiug , X c;uts shavinu .15 " sliamtusiinc.... :1ft " Hair dreiaiin .....10 " Mium'actie dyed..,. .M " ft" The Cetebratetl Hoyt' Oertimn C'o hisrne alwaya on baud, aud the Iks! lia r Oil. for aula cUeas. July 'J. loJ. fi-ly .tf. I". B. Carey, Dehuas Avenue, . . Scraulon, ,'JL J., Dealer In D?Y GCCDSf r?0TI0r'Sf(!l 1,00m, snots, BATS, Ircslt Oroccricfl nnd Feed, Canned f'ooilv.TtUWsra. KarJwitfn, and vervlliiri-coi!nccted with a I'lKst-Crasa,. SrnRr.'wbicb will be ioht low, down for the CBjfh,, . ,'i ( I'Also Wiuos, Liquors, Ale, etc. Give e cult and s-e fcr yoanieJvea. " January 7, IwJ , ,( ( ii-Jy , , H. KMKPS. . r ilr. f. KUKBS. h; krebs 1 m, , , t.Al l AhCAUUt.LA, illin., Dealers ln- CLOTHING, Boots and Shoes, Family Groceries, FKEP, HARDWARE, TINWAiD ' t WINES, LIQUORS, ETC. Highest ,ai-ket price paid for Country Produce. January 14. 1M 4:i-iy i.U. D. Di'lcss. Wtiitt Dtli'J. J. F. k'.iz. DSL HAS DROS., 1 RIVERSIDE STORE, ' SHIP CHANDLERS, , r .. Dialer iu Dry Goods, Family Groceries, ,YclioH.t, tlnrdtrnre, Crockiirjwara, Tinwany,. rainls. Chin llrutJirs, Cigars, Tobacco, Hata, Bouts, Shoes, Etol li itliust market prices paid for country produce. Riv. , ti ty MISCELLANEOUS. feii d'- Mis" 1 IILROAB LiNE. ' The Quickest and SJiortsst i Routato All Points , OttlifOHe Change tir to - Chicago, Cleveland. . Detroit Pit t.btit g, riiiladilpltla, iVeir York, v. 1 1 ' ' Joftton, - "! I'uud the best route, to , A 4ltia9 tal-TTariTstoi.. , Su Change of f'ars t ' " ;' ! Louisville 1 x '-'" Cincinnati' or ' , I t, , ; Columbus O. i , , - : Asentant fl stations can give yen f ill and rtiliittd Information an to time ai.d i-oiiueetion to all points, ftud,w ill ptoev o yon rule and through tickets on np,a,:a-tioh-. For turther inforniatlon adilrewj1 ! Ci P; A1MOKK, O: ft An u , 1 ' ' " Luiisviil , Jy, Oi; ; : Eor the oeneftt iif some t.f mr vounu frieaila w ho are emplcA'f'l during the day I hav opened an eviunug arhoot at my r-Jldonce. Ifonrn frntn f p.m. tilt 9 p.m..' Temis ONE lX)LLAJt,.rF.R MONTH. . ; : M l-'S. 1SOOTH. I' n h "1, i-r i ": ' " ! C I). tOYE CEI) HOUSE HOTEL; O AlVeSVIfi R MlfM Hell j, 25 Cts. lodjiri I ; ; Jiirch VI, K-i. .t ..." ' "t If' ii