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u.Tk.al Journal of Marion, , Prf, Grn and Jack son Counties- t. tuu. saa w. wiuas. MAYERS A. CO, PRCPRIETORS. W C. KcQllSTOil ?. K. HATERS.... GEO.W. WILKES. Editor ...Basin Manager . . If anager Job Dop't Addrraa letter and tommnniratleaa of ,wry -hararUr Mf.K. U AYLKS CO., muurcvs, men. Pascagoula, Miss: FE1DAY October 27, 1M2 DEMOCRATIC NOMINEE. For Congwu-Bixtk District t HON. II. & VAN EATON, or wiiaiitoi. TBI Dkmoceat Shew the old eat uewspaper an the Mississippi seacoasl bas a larget bom fide cir culation than any other newspaper in this section ; therefore it is the bent advertising medium. Adver tisers Ht bear this in mind- now do tbe rads like tbe news fro it Ohio. Omo settles tbe congressional question in f.ivor of the democrats. New York will go democratic by a Urge majority. Sit down, Mr.Lyncb. m. - LYScn una little hopes of being counted iu since be heard the news from Ohio. The radical party is discour aged and ou the full ruu. Whoop ein np, boys. The cotton mills of Selma, Ala. Lave just shipped five car-loads of goods to Cbiuti. The Qui tk Id monument fund r.f tbe Army of. tbe Cumberland iirnouuts to $lfi,o)0. ' AT a cabinet meeting last Satur day President Arthur gave it ns bis opimou that New York would go democratic. ALL white men and well dis posed colored men should turn out on the 7th of November and vote lor Van Eaton for congress. Frank Queen, cditer and pro prietor ot the New York (Hipper, tbe oldest and most prosperous portiug journal iu Ibe country, is dead. Col. K. L. Adams, a prominent figure iu the early days ot Missis sippl Hilitics and journalism, died in Summit, Miss., October 16, age 76 yeurs. White tneu ol tbe Sixth district do you intend to remain snpiuely at borne on November 7th aud al low a negro to be elected as your congressman 1 la 1865 white men and old citi tens of Jacksou county were driveu from tbe polls by Federal bayonets. Lyucb represents that party of to-day. Yesterday's telegraph report 38 new cases of yellow fever and 2 deaths at Fensacok. Total nu in berof cases to date, 96: total number of deaths, 170. The wholesale discharge of gov eminent printers ! JVjLtdy!M?ton j8 ueHfest rJulilican outrage. Tbey are shoved out to make room for others alio have more political In fluence. At the eleventh hour a demo cratic candidate for congress ap pears iu the Third district in the person of Hon. V. B. Waddell. There being two radical candidates in tbe field iu that district, he has a chauce of electiou. Last Monday Collector W. G. Henderson, tbe Arab! Pasha of re publicanism in Harrison county, was over in our town holding a consultation with his colored brethren, Cruzat aud Gregory, rel ative to the appointment of inspec tors of eleotiui. Henderson Is im plicitly doing the will of Lyuch, bia negro boss. Whik the radical tauty bad con trol-of tbe government' In 1865 white urn who bud been bom and v 'V2L Jackson county were : IZ data0"- ba0UeU moats will Noderal soldiers. . a they would at Will V to preveot 1 1! i ( I tot for Vhu .' ' Kf Ism bow pi ,eppr, bra sdAldaa,! . - it.E LANCASTER IS. C-) RiCT. On Weda -stUx, 27th Se-teaiber hist, a terrible riot occurred at th" above place. Outhe day of the tiot over one thousand negroes bad collected there to attend apolitical nieetiua. TU speaker wag Col. E. B. Cash, iudejieudeot greenback candidate tor congress in the district. The stand for tbe speaking bad been erected about a mile from tbe town. Besides tire negroes present, most of whoa were armed vita guus and pistols, there acre a'tout twenty five a Lite men, including Mr. D. J. Carter, editor of the Ledger, a dem ocratic newspaper. During Col. Cash's speech he fie qnenily turned to Carter to verily bia statement. C.irter finally re marked that aa be (Cash) bad made Vm the butt of bi8 remarks, be asked an opportunity to repiy, which reply was reudily granted. Soon alter Carter commenced shaking, he noticed signs of dis turbance, aud declined to proceed. Ilowever, Clinton, a negro snd the presiding officer of tbe meeting, begged him toeouMnue, promisiug to protect him. Carter, coutiuuing used the tollowing laugnage : "My colored friends, let mo tell you that as long as grass grows upon the soil of old South Caroliua, as lo the past so will it be iu lb future, tbe intelligence aud wealth of the State will control." At thia tbe euite ment auiougst the negroes became iuteuse, especially amongst tbe wo men present. With loud cries, braudishing pistols, etc., they call ed upon tbe men to attack Carter. Several shot were fired at tbe stand, aud finally a rush was made for it, demolishing it. Carter was saved by the luterterence of Cliuton and a few other negroes. In tbe melee a bullet passed through tbe heel of his shoe. At this juncture t was reported that a negro hud been ar rested in tbe town and tbe crowd started for tbe town with tbe avowed Inteutiou of rescuing him. Seeing tbe crowd ot negroes ad van ciug in such a threatening in miner 'be w bite citizensarmed themselves and uwnited tbeir coming. Just as tbe head ot the column of negroes got within shooting distance ot tbe whites, a negro named Bill Crocket pointing to a white man in the crowd named Donnovuut said: "Yes there he is uow,"and was just about to fire ou bim wbeu the whites open ed a general fire ou the uegroes. The uegroes returned tbe Are ; in few minutes, however, they retreat ed precipitately and dispersed to tbeir homes. Several negroes were killed and about fit teen or twenty wounded, (tome of the wounded have since died. The New Yo Herald, from tbe report of which we have condensed this account sent u repoi ter to the scene Hnd at ter examining carefully till tbe facts makes an elaborate report ot tbe af fair, completely exonerating the whites from any blame. QUAEANTINE AQAT9ST PEN9A00LA EAIBED 5;Tcil to VickiburK Herald. Biloxi, Miss., Oct. 21. The nniir antiuo at Ship Island has been practically discontinued. Dr. Scales, health officer at that place, has re ceived orders to no longer inter cept vessels from Pensacola, but to lermit tbem to pass on to New Or enns without hindrance. This pro ceediug is regarded here as rather premature and dangerous to the health of the entire valley. Jlefering tojUeVdve,'we have to say that tbe correspondent of tbe Herald ought to have known, if be did not, that the - quarantine station established at Ship Island by the Natloual board of health is merely a station of retnge for the purpose of (uking care of eufected vessels sent tbcro from other ports, aud not for the purpose of iuforciug quarantine against any port except when requested so to do by local boards of health. Dr. Scales has been enforcing quarantine at that station by re quest of tbe Harrisou comity board, and would continue to do so, we have no donbt, as long as that board might desite, had he not been ordered to close tbe station by tbe National board, aa we pre sume, tor tbe want of the ueeesBary means to continue it, congress hav ing failed to make a sufficient ap propropriatiou at the lust session. Tbe Harrisou county board ought, if tbey have uot already, to enforce a quarantine there at once. We presume tbey are doing it now. GEN, WEAETON. The appointment of Geu. Wbar tou to succeed Judge Calhoun in the Ninth Judicial district aeetns to five geueral latilfaclion. - Au ex- wa, ami w.u wtrnoy 01 B S-ly 1 iron Bittara change 111 s-e.klii,: til Uttf -,-i i meut say: "As a juit.t, lim. Wh.rtou has lew etpials ii ibe State as alawyer, profound in ti e knowledge of tbe law, he is sevoi't to none iu t Lis district or State. Io tbis aiiH.iutiBut Governor Lowry bus not ouly great fore thought, coimitleratum and wibnu, but add ai.otbcr testiinnni il of h good laitb to tbe ;teoil; As there will be only omeiore paer issued before the election, aud as that wilt be issued so dose on to tbe eve ot election as not to reach subscribers iu tbe iuterior before electiou day, we again rail tbe at tention of those of our readei who are interested in the welfare of our district and State to go to work in earue;-t. You have neighbors, per- apt, who do not take a puiier wbo feel little iuteres;,tber'fore,iu what is going ou iu tbe political world; men who will hardly take uotice that it is election day. If let alone they will not vote. By calling on them,however,and representing the condition ot flairs in this district you may induce them to tjome tq tbe olls and vote for lion, II. S. Van Eaton. Just tell idem pi duly what the issue is, a white or black representative i'i congress. If they would just us soon have a negro us a w hite man to represent tliem,tlieii let tbriu stay at home. If, however, tbey want a distinguished white man lor a representative, let them come out uud vote for Van Eaton. To our readers iu M.irion, Perry aud Green we suggest the propriety of lor in in ; a cub like tbe one formed at Mos Peiut on the 23rd, reported iu this paer, nnd select ing meu iu every neighborhood to see that every uniu is registered aud goes to the plls with a vote tor Van Eaton. The thirtecutb, fourteenth am fifteenth amendments of the cousti tution of tbe United States made tbe negro a freeman, a citizen aud au elector. And whatever max have been tbe opinion of the South em people as to the wisdom ot these ameudmeiits they are not now li posed to deny the negro any ot bi rights nuder them; on tbe contrary all good citizens are auxious that he should be protected to the same extent as the white man. Not only are our courts freely open to bim but in the capacity of juror, hot I grand and petit, he helps to enforce the law. His children receive the advantages of the free schools nu tbe same terms that the children ol the whites enjoy them, although h pays but a very small fraction tbe tax necessary to support th schools. It is not only the natural desire of tbe Southern people, but their best policy, to live on good terms with this people, to protect them in the great enjoymeut of life, liberty and property, to encourage them to strive to improve intellectually, morally and materially; experience having shown that so long ns friernlly relations exist between the two races, both occupying their proper position in the social scale, the whole country prospers. But while we say all tbis, we say further that we never intend to accept the negro race as social equals, or per mit them to make laws for us. Iu acting In tbis determination the Southern people are doing the wisest thing not only for tbeir own but for the negro race atso. As there are Baid to be some white men ealliug themselves dem ocrats Iu this couoty, aud perhaps fu .other counties, wbo profess to believe that Lynch could procure more favorable legislation tor the district Iu the way of appropriations for internal i m pi o vemen ts, etc. t han Van Eaton, we desire just ou theev of the election, to say a few words ou tbe subject. Wethink there never was a greater mistake. Lynch has power with a tepuhlicau congress simply because be is a pirt of the republican machine As long us he works faithfully for tbe success of that party he will have the powe. to appoint any renegade of whites who will desert the democrat party to some federal office, or turn out a postmaster here aud there, ami appoint others, bnt (he moment tie attempts an independent course ol action, advocating any measure for tue true interest of this district he would find himself like Sampson shorn of bis strength, aud his party would ait down ou bim without ceremony. The uhanoua now are that Lynch's party will not be in tbe majority ia the next con gress. Ohio has gone democratiu aud there is a strong probabili y tint both New York aud Pennsyl vania will go tbe same .way. , If they do the democrats will have a m -mm ' "Vsr UBSCaiBENOW, H "rOWU m 1- n iuaj-)ii(Y 1,1 i ue licit euujjiess, aa i Lyuch's iudueuco will scarcely be felt. Dout be cau,;fit by any such ctuff. Ket. IUBT. PltSS, i-euior bishop of tbe M. E, church South, died at Aberl-vi, llivt, on tbe l'Jtb iust. Bishop Paine was bom in Person uut),X. C. Nov.,12, 1ST7, aud as therefore 83 cars of age. Be fore he passed bis "teens" be was converted under the ministry oi the lv. Tbo. L Douglas, at Mt. Pisgab camp-ground. II was a member of the general conference f the M. E. church five times from 1321 to 1314. At tbe memorable geueral conference of 1844, when tbe church divided, be was chair uiau of the committee wbo report ed the plan ot separation Bishop sine was an able minister aud a refined, christian geutleman, aud devoted nearly 65 years of bis life iu tbe Master's service. THE report that Postmaster Gen eral Ilowe bad been asked to re sign, turus out to be untrue. Hon. II. S. Tan Eaton. Mobil Item. 1 saw au extract from a Missis sippi piier in tbe Item a few weeks ago, iu reference to the Hon. II. S. V an Eaton, w bo bas been nominated tor congress by the democrats of the Sixth Mississippi district. Al though more than uuieteeii years have passed since 1 last saw his genial face, bis uamo carries me back to old scenes and associations. Van and 1 were members of the Wilkinson KinYs during tbe late unpleasantness. For more than twenty the years Judge Van Eaton has been a prominent member of the South Mississippi bar. He is a bold aud eloqueut speaker, uud it elected will make u representative ot whom his constituents may well teel proud, lie Is a distinguished mason, and represented Wilkinson county in the legislaiuie before the war. uud 1 thl ik has beeii a State senator since then. At the present time be is chaucelloi of his district. 3ouie lime ugo, in looking over old newspapers autt extracts, i came across the enclosed, whit b I i lipiK-d uoin the KichmoiiwEuquirer dur Ing the war: Alter tbe battle of Gettysburg Lee's army bad retired lo Virginia, ..nd were encamped around Bunker Uill. Oue day there appear.-il in t lie Enquirer a letter from the Kev T. D. Gwiu, chaplain of the First South Caroliua reuimetir, ealliug upon " ibemau who stole bis bntlaio robe" anil sundry other baggage, to return the same if ho valued a clear conscience and au unproved prospect ot future salvation. Van Eaton, who was somewhat of a wit and always loved a joke, sent the following response to his appeal : " Sixteenth Missisaim Uegi MENT, Posey's Brigade, Camp near Bunker IHI, Virginia, July 16,1863. MY Dear Uwin I was inex pressibly shocked to learn from sour letter iu the Enquirer of the fourth instant, that the temporary lossot your 'huuMorobc,' blankets, pillow and shaw l should have given you such inconvenience, ami even suspended your arduous duties in the field tor a week. But supposing from the mark 'captain,' that it b longed to some sior officer ot h' line, and knowing that it was more baggage than he was entitled to carry, 1 relieved him of it from motives that will be appreciated by any officer of the line in the field. On my arrival in camp I divtdod the blankets among my mess, and in a sudden fit of generosity I re tained 'the buffalo robe shawl and pillow for my own use. The other members now join me in returning thanks, and feel that to your warm and gushing heart those thaiiKs will be ti e richest re compense. We are all of us ex JLhffiSiVtSiltiSSi toryoutd tfuaTiKe- your field of I-tbor to this army, where the duties of chaplains are much higher than they could possi bly be anywhere else. Here they ilevote themselves to trading horses and collecting table delicacies with a zeal that eminently entitles them to the appellation of 6iru of prey. 'I am now patiently wtiitiug for your coat uud boots, which I pre sume you will Bend me iu accord ance with the following injunction : "If any man take away tby coat, let him have thy cloak also.- Mat thew, chap. 5, verse 40. For the regulation of the amount ot baucage which it clmpbiiu in the army sh mjd carry, ve refer yo t to the billowing! "Provide neither mild, nor silver, nor brass in your purse, nor scrip for your Jouruey, neither t wo coats, neither shoes, nor yet stoves, tor the workman is worthy of his meat"-- Matthew, chap. 10, verses 9 uud 10., , "Anything you way have in ex cess of the above allowance will be moaprespectfully received by me. "1 remain, dearUwinuv. with sen limenlsof etetnal gratitude,' The vian Who Stole Yovtt Bufpal Robe." ; , , Mr. Gwin was a mau ot much h mor, and replietl ; aud that reply iu return drew from Major Van Eatou another humorous letter,' the copies of which I have lost. Thos. T. Roche, , "pio, sir." saiit the man, yon needn't tell me a woman ever Bad her dress pocket picket. I don't believe a thief could discover it, I know I've tried 'for to hours to find the pocket ot one of my wife's dresses, ana hud to give it f p." a XT aa . . . aid the maiij 1 . . r ' n- I aud boats oat quiet toD iwver aw vo'fc tiki tbera. Rkhmtni iiaiicxi Cir. ait Cotrt It?nH. k n.'Mt. The Hancock rouuty conrt bas a very heavy docket, the largest uamlter of anie.il cases ever kuowa. Muy ot i best involve small amount, bur are full of principle or spite, and are stubbornly litigated. Oue I - J dog ease bas twenty wit nesses, and tbe costs will foot up two or thre hundred dollars. There have already been two mistrials be fore "bob tail juries," such as ex ist in J. P. Courts. Two rich New Orleans merchants are having a resolute eoutsst over a collision of carria.-es on s shell road. Tbe damages claimed are ouly $23, for which neither ot them c.tres, but it is a fiht tor principle. A small land suit will be desol ately fought, though the value is small. There are some good sized civil suits, iuvolving considerable sums. Many of tKese eases bring up enough law questions to make au ordinary lawjer's head swim with legal ver tigo, ,Ttereisiiofoolingnrpalavcriuguow pi law suitsalon this coast us there used to be. Law, now, means busi ness and blows, uud somebody hurt The State docket is also consider able. There is oue case ot official embezzlement to be tried, and some other felonies. In Harrison county the civil dock et Is uboul an uverage one uot much but the State docket is im mense and overw helming. Most ot the rases are the Sunday 1 ,w prose cutious. Some of the defendants seem bewildered aud don't know what to do about this business. Probably all ot them are iu tbe same fix. The cosunifrum seems to be whether it is best to succumb, to bulldoze, or to make a square, stand up tight. N.ishville, Teuu., proposes to get up a National Industrial Expos! tiou. Tuis is what the Nashville Aitixan says ubout it : Nashville bus finally come to the front and oiguuized a company for a great National Industrial and Me chanical Exposition. This company is composed of gentlemen whose names are a guarantee of success. Among them ou w ill bint those i f the representative men of Nash ville, of Tennessee nnd ot the South. M.my tit' them are names known over the whole country; men who have succeeded in cwrv thing they undertook (except perhaps a little premature unpleasantness ami lam ily quarrel ol a few years ugo); men who have never achieved a lailure, aud who will make this the best, the grainiest i ml most sue- cesslul Natioiial Exposition ever .eld. In tbis connection in regard to the adaptability of Nashville tor the enterprise abtv, indicated, tie same paper says: It is the center of the finest ag riiiiiltural aud fiuit raising section of the whole country. Here the stock farmer and breeder can see the finest hetds of blooded catile. the best sheep, and the most valu able and beautiful specimens of horseflesh the continent ever pro duced. Here the tourist and stran ger can find fhe most unbounded hospitality ami lavish entertain ment the schohir nnd the scientist, the friend ot instruction ami the ed ucator can see the best ami most thorough schools ami colleges of the country. Here the uvui or wo men ot culture, refinement and taste can be gratified and gladdened to tue Heart's jyntent. There is no clft y any wlienTwTlefelte-tiirii YCr po-rty can be go secure as here, or wJiere a visitor or a sMauger can beVassafe aud free from intrusion or nliscomfort. Public Speaking!' The tolltiwintpfrieakers will ad dress tl.echizeiisof HaTrismTcoiili tj iy me lyjimwing times and place, viz.: j , , U4. T: R. Rockdale, h, Stone, u 'T . A1"v- i Hlt,o t i-t iVUUHl mil. at niirht nf ........ l,fl I 1 . . . Ur'itU r.S. Ford, ut n;i . ; ' vl mime n I .I,.., I) It ..: . . - .. 1V. hvih, hiki ot 1 era. "it AniHininini. iikiiji.i., u 1.....1..1. . ovumber fl,- ' ' f '1IANCOUK COUNTY. ' Hon.T.Ii.8iockdule. v41lr. Friday, Nov. 23 at Pearling toit, Friday 11 ubr. Xnv. Hon. T.J. Ford will the people Mt Bay St. Louis, Wed nesday, Nov. j( during coUrfcweek. Otim'n Dem. Ex. t1nnimltf.AA n.n cock oounty. " r A "'mm OniAT aaMatatiiMi I. .1 tbn or Btnini i. h;r; :s fpvt- bis witUout losing Its efflcacy. tC . (. tb I oa With PRICKLY ASH BlTYMS. thartlo ropertiea, they ai a better adapted or Raneral una than m. .k.. itiai raajiPlai hut. ajaiiiUTTWlTlT' tv'iivt mi a wav "IT " t ..t.t..A -.s M t VV b-iltu'o uj retail dtilt-r la CLOTHING, GENTS' FlTliNlSUING GOODS, Trunks, Umbrella, Etc., si aud 83 DB(ibia L, oj p. public inut, MOBILE, ALA. JOS. FELRATH, RACTtCAL WATCHMAKER, Aud dealer ia Gold szi Silver UTatcfcsa, CHAINS, ETC., Nu. 31) DjBphia (tret, MOUIXf, ALA. W.ttchi', L'ltM-k and Jew.Vry tTijuiptlv reaiml. t Job work HMtiy tifeuuj' and war- nnted. U tubei -Z7. l2. FOKSAOT! One New House, On and a half ttofin higb, with 160 ACEES 0? LAND, Oa Fort Bayna, pvxwite Col. Gill'a place, aua aiilea Horn x-aa Spriug. Applj lo GEO. COL'SINS. Btloii. Mi. or bEO. W. WILKES, icranton. (XI. U7. IHrtJ. 30-tf Cil'LF ClTf FOIUDRY MOMLK, ALA. MAxriACTiKERs or STEAM lSlNCJKVISH Aud all uWrii'tionn of Catlings and Machinery Fur auw mills, grist mills, buildings, ceme- t nr and plnututiou nwi. A.i-nU r jrouwaii ifit in tiiimps. Jutl-rttii'a gnwrtmw, Ivua'a and liray col ttvi pit-HM'S, iiflser uiiimiMi'titring com pun euiiies, birse-Mwi-nt mid ttvimra lors. KC'KAi METALS HOHillT. Hvcoiid-liiind IhiiIit., enginrit and ma cliinrry feu milt) it verj low liricts. Htlit. l, Wi. ST-lv Ira W. Porter & Co., ;l aud '.n K. Wul. r Mrrot. and -3 St . Mitliut I Street,' M;iMiifiii tmer' Agi-nti for miIm f Kentucky Cane Mills, C(X)K8 EVAI'OiiATOKS, Dis:toas liill Sc Cross-Cut JJab k'icliiilwii 'a Mill Filet, t. . Hswe'i ritform and Ccuntor Selves, Alt-o. thtt Favorite Cook Stove, tbu mily Htov.m dd with n written Kuar anfw, has Mil llio ini;r iviiii iits any oilier tintiH Iiim nlovti liitHiiud mitiiti tlicv liavs mil. A 1st llenting flDvtii, lor w.hxI and coi.l, Uiiblter !!t ltin,r, K'iiu and ('inilnge, Mii.-lr n.ul tiri-t't'li-inHiliiig puia nt n dufnt prit-, a very largo slock uud vuriu ty ol' 1'ni'kitt i.tid 1 -jlilo 1'iillery, W'j now have in totk nnd e.an 1.1 prompily nil nin of AAU..S, 11 1 so Doora, Sash aud Blinds, Wood Mouldings, Etc. I'riett list I'liiuii-hi'd 011 appliesiiou. Muil orders trill i-ret-ivn cifreful atten- 1 1 011 at lowttxt p'wiblti unirkel ratua. Wetolmr J7, ltWA .a fiin JotIce. Land Office at Jackhox, Miw ) October s. ltftM. Notica la hereby civeii that the lollow- iug uitiiit-.l Biitt.ci ban tiled aotice ol his 1 11 1! nlio u to make Uiml proof iu auiiiiort of hiitcluiin aud thai aaid prool will be niailo bel.iie A. O. Uuluiaa, cirvuit clerk, ui ourunum, num., ou Ubc. 7, imii. via.: SuiiiUtIV HuLniim-r, lAtniwteudituirv No, VliU, lor tint u lit uw qr aoo 6, towu hip o south, ritune7 west, and a fat aw qr two Hon M, UwuU p nouth, rngt 7 woal, Mint liaiutta tlie IuIIowiiik wanttswia to prow iiih ooiitiuiirtim rt-8iilei.ee upon aud villtivatiiiii ol aaid luud, via.) Joseph Uurhu, Nalliun Bilbo, Ueorge "' Uvi., Jusepli Kofin, nil of Yauuluava postntlitio, Jitck.uu oouuiy, iias. K. C. KKKR, Krister. Oct. a7, 12. ;u-6t Laso orrics at Jacksos. ) Uotobt r 27, lrttfii. Notice ia hereby given that tbe follow ing named aul tier Una (fled notice of bia iuieuliouto iimke Dual proof in support of bis claim, auiltbul aaid proof will be maui.lteJl01.A.U. Uelruua, cimuit clerk, at bcranlou,.'" ! uu tecemvW T, 18.-', vi. 1 I, .l.ti lOulllL'ur. hoUlHHt.'iul Hlitrir i. 9104, for th u 'lr Hin 31, towumiip . 1 7 Hunt uii.t ........... jil 1 rlA eoui'U, r t " - -"-1 u uMwn tuo inc. lowing witrU88,) t0 Vrov, hi coutiuuoua reniduiiue rPuD aiul cultivatiou of aaid land, via: JusBpb Uurlic, Nalban UllUt, tieorae WVUavis. Joseph ltofcers, all of Vanoleava tust"n1ou, javlcaou county, Miss. C. Kk.KK, Uegister. Out., 37, '- . S-i-ht SHERIFF'S SALE. Austin dvltii fi Fs. A. Wat ami 1 6 e of an nxecutiou directed to By ntit ci0Ik 0f t, oii-uitit cm rt nf ii in oy mo a . . - H r41 estate to-wit : 'T' tu'l"wln, and etuht, iu square i.ora one, sever oji a plan of tbe same umber forty-uiutinieiu, on the date of made by J. It,. 8aeaHuriug Mveuty-flye Uecember, 1H50, ,l8treet, ith tn8 S8pth feet front onTrotitjiu,, baek to tbe see f one mile exttiutf tiou hue, )d situated, lying and Two lots of grouif PasoaKoula bav In being on the eiut oih, rauge Ave west, township eight aou,nty.nvefeetfiontby aud uavinireuch KevArtuiiriitur t .,.!..;, oue tuile iu depth, e uue aim . V .r.t ),.. Southeast quarter oi vinht. mi..,, s.. tBotiou live, towiishiilvalwres, aud more wt-st. coutuiniii K titty bv rtu "tJ of doeda iu tbe luuy uesenbed by r i coiiutv. Daires clerVs office ol j. d partioularly 14.1, 144 aud 146 Bo W SJnj, to t kuowu as L). fion th. abova- tbtvty a..iuf Herat tou, Mi i" J Oot. iff 149 Common ttrwtt. Oppotita Ladles' entrsnos to Bi. uotei, NEW ORLEAKS, fnr nil PoiiU atuuiioa la UwuMt AU work la tha toaaorial art artiatlo n)-ner. Oct.6, LJ. va Btate f , " vuti'nwiaIMIupi, 4 Will '-ckaoD "'""Huotion to tbe high, at bidd.-r e.l at in bl cue courthouse door, iu the tor cash, Mt i)ton, wi.mu utat uonr,. on i t.V lHMllf M ia.Lu.t.nl T ..til Uheuj d nil if UliUlll Browl n. 1 Petition for Lice.., . Retail. h Youf petition W j T firm t Mj XT; . (o ol)t pinto AWw ia U, 1 t ,d lb- pr, s,ff bound wilHenei r, I.- 14 it t, Jonlj KiltU rank R.;.,. Joseph Hiood Lm P .w.. mat Mtlnia wm Suiiltx -. - -.iai si. ADaatsl,, 1 ti HajvkiuW Hfnr Hvtla T B cttal worta Krai, a. 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