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V-X.i Journal of Marion,
f'cr'-y, Green and Jjck son Counties. r. i v GUV W. VILKKM. MAYERS & CO, niorKiKDUA. Editor . . Bein Manager . Jl?l3t-t Job IVp't . v. AYi::t fr(i.W. Wtl-KKS.. Addr-ae tetli-r kad rommtmi .atluaa uf -. tar. tr h V. K. MAVfclLS 4 CO., KCIUVTUS, Ml.Vk V -vsyoula. Miss; IRIIUY, Jsrnmrv 12, 1883. TBE Devi'V-RAT-STAB l the OKI- n: i-wsr-aia-r on Mi Mississippi v. . eonsi hits 4 Israel losti jfiV eir-uut-.a than any other newspaper in hi rctinn ; therefore it la the Af advertising median. Adrer t is r wi'l lr this in mind. OUS AOETTb. The Ml. inr centletnen nre an Ihorizfd sent for tbe PEMOCIAT Btah. Their receipts fur all dues to thin efiiee will be acknowledged: F. Helena. Ibtv St. IiiIk. Lewi J. Owt n. Mw Foint. A. O. Wei h, rolombiii, Miss, N. Bntchert. l'as Christian. n. H. Minor, Oeean Springs. !1. M. Mel'al'nm, Aunsta. John n. Byunm, Ellisville. CHRISTINE Orleans. Silson is iu Sew Tun Si'jxinie court isiu session t Jackson. Texas invested $2,000,000 ua' i Hiiiiiiiiil insuruiiee. i'i The i-cul-' lever is makiu; ter rible lit von iti BrtMtkl,U. MtBILK semi tier tramps to i he will mines for nix mouths or "re- W'M. A. BEAVER, editor ot the Drawer'' iu Harper's monthly, in dead. JOHAJtN MuST, Dim German socialist, la to make u Southern tour. L'OL. Uk'ENDON, congressman Irom Mobile, ia seriously ill ut Vss'iiiiKtou. THE (If a th ot distinguished Alul'umlHii, Don. F. W. Sykes, is ItllllOllllCt il. Nut Orleans ia to have a hi chit-ken fltjlit in Febmirv in which 10(10 ebb-kens, will pnrtitiipttte. The major of Sew York refuse to grant a license tor tbe perform mice of the " l'asswu Tiny.'' DCRISQ the pant jeur 100,000, 000 pounds of limbed wire have been made in the United States. IIarrt A. Garfield, rou of the late presidi ut, bus been elected ulitor of the Williams College Atheneum. Ox Tuesday, January 9th, a suow norm prevailed all um Virginia, part of Kentucky, and aat.ir aontli a Pome, Ga. Kklly's mill, five miles from Eiookbureii blew up on last Tues day, wounding one white nnui aud five negroes. A COHvENTfoji of citizen fuvor- able to the cnliivatiou of jute in this State will bo held in Jackson ou the 17 inst. Feepahatioms are beiug made to celebrate inanli-graa in New Oiieaiis this year on a grander scale than ever lfore THE remains of the noct. John a ? Howard Payne, author of llouie Sweet Utime," liav been shipiwd from Tunis for this country. lit a card to the public Col. J. W. Tnunghlood announces bis withdrawal from the editorial stafl ot the Vicksburg Commercial. THS sixty-eight ntinivernary of tbe battle of New Orleans was cele brated iu tbat city Monday by a parade of the State national guard. TnB United Suites has collected from the ta 1 on tobacco since 1802 the autu ot $389,730,447. The tax for the current year ia f 17,391, 1)88. - Last week the bi itish brlgantine Fatiiiie C, arrived in Mobile with 112,434 eocoan a ?s, the largest car goot tbe kind ever brought to that TA3LI3- Ltt ye.ir notwithstanding tbe i!,r.r.is-t prutlui-tion of fruit ami t;T tatdes ibioughoiit the Cuited Si:tttr, tbe.nppiy of tlirs artU-les saita de lor taeniae tell short of Hie Uewauit. TLuaoiii iinci'Mll to t0 eaasr tin" iucrraaeil rt nuujptioo oi ine trenu fruit aun vejjt-tuble- aud tbe increase iu taui'ing Mini drying factories. It is altoj;rtber ptobalde that tbe de maud ill Ihs uiuth greater thin je.tr tbju last, and next year tuau this. 8o that no matter bow much may Us produced it will find a aiarkvt, rapid and cheaii tranaior- ta'iort aud a remuiierative pru-e. Tbe bt-st pajiug prmluctions ot tbe panlrner aud uiall f.iriuem iu Miui-tropical hit ii mien like tbe Gulf roast of MiiUaippi, are tbe early fruits aud vretaMt-s ahipted to Northern cities abile winter atill linireis in those rol ler resioiia. Tbe iiureav! and increasing facilities for anfe and riid trausit oft-red by tbe various railroad companies 'iiuble the pit)dmrerlo place bis protluctioDs in tbost ilisraiit mark. ts as fiend aud upiietiMn;; u when plucked from the earth, and to real ize for them luhnluii 'price- Why then hhonld not ttume of ua around Mosa l'oint ami Scrautou nbu bare bonier, and eveu an acre or so ol laud turn our utteutiou to tbe pleas ant and profitable bniueKs. Ia the matter of large fruits oranges excepted, we could not compete ith other sections, but there is no better sectum or soil for such email fruits as straw berries, raspberries, blackberries, etc., and for every kind of vegetable. Let every bousibolder then convenient to tbe railroad devote a portion nl bi lot to these. three berriei. The bliicktxTr.v, .as well as the others, can be greatly improved both in size and flavor by cultivation Plant early vegetables for fresh eating and later viu it-ties fur sale to canning and drying establishments There Arc maiiv parents with a large family of children to support, wear ing out their live iu the struggle to "keen tbe wolf from the don" who could by engaging in this bum ness, making the children perform the light and healthful labor, be, come easy and iiideieiideiit in their circumstances. Again, many .ot thosei engi'ged in Other purmnta might supplement their incomes aud Kve tbeir children healthful employment by attention to the same business. Don't be afraid of producing too much and glutting the market. There will be n ready sal' mid fair price for all. Tbe only caution we give in this connection is! don't go into tbe business cure Icssly, and expect to manage it urelessly, iind succeed. It will re quire daily attention, although the work is not hard, especially, utter planting, neveithelcaa some time must be given to it daily, and the fruits aud vegetaoles.ruust be ted by applying suitable fertilizers to the laud. We have MKrzested herntotote that this section poa sensed miiay undeveloped sources of competence and wealth. The fruit and vegetable, business is oue ot them, and if well worked will we I Link prove a "bonanza." A DEFAULTER- Marsh T. Polk, treasurer ot the State of Tennessee, diwippeured from Nashville soon after the ap pointment of it legislative commit tee to examine the books ot State ouVeis. An examination of his books shows that he is a defaulter to a, very largo amount probably $400,000. His ottkiul bund is only a, a . .1 i... . . r. .. . too.WU. Home ot tbe missing tuutla were lost in speculation ; 11 considerable part of i', however, it is said, was loaned to the friends of Polk. M. T. Polk ia it nephew of the late President James K. Polk, is fifty-one years of uge j a gradu ate ut WestPoiut. lie command ed n company of artillery in the Confederate army, aud uftcrwards served 011 tbo stafl of General Le onidas Polk. Late telegrams from Sau Antonio, Texas, state that Polk was captured by detective otlicer Joe Sheeley, uear Webb Station, Texas, eighteen miles Irom the Rio Grande, aud conveyed to Laredo jail. A detective officer named Cameron, whom Polk bad. bribed to guard him out of theconutry, was also arrested. Cumcrou tu turu ottered to bribe Sbeely, but Bbeely couldu't see the money, Tbe Times-Democrat of yester day shjb: It was stated lust night that the detective, Cameron, who was can tured iu tbe act ot nilotlnst Maixb Polk into Mexico, was at one time notorious in lids city, He, it seems, frequently signed bouds toi disrop- tin d. fe iti g 'the eii.h ut jn'.IN. W&e'i ini ! heard ot he w-s in S Antonio in ' theeinilov Ot John I'lice, TUO HC- toiillu to a s.-eci-d fr H w An- tonio, wlJ out to I oik lor Detective Puce is ell kii-w io New Orleans, and was recently eou- lietted will, M lirivst tletettivr seucy ia G ilvi-ston, Texas. Ix coir pi ia nee with a prom!- maile last year tue Ja:Ksoii uiar. kiu rame ont on tbe fiisi seek tbe New Year in a uew dre, aud i soeigbt pat:e (taper. It has also reduced the subscription to il 50 per j ear. We congratulate the publishers of the Clarion on this evidence of prosK-ntv. Ihe Clai Km certainly deserves the supmrt ot tbe people of MiMsippi o paper has labored more earnestly aud jmliciouidy lor the jwlitical ie- geueratiou and material advauce- incut of our ln-ople. It has always. ami Mime times under trying cits enmstauct s, had the knack ot say ing tbe pioper things at tbe ngni lime. V'e hope that coming ears may briug the Cluiou lucieased prosperiiy. Joux U. Goigu, the great tern iterance ad mm ate aud its most ebaiuent aiaiittlf, is bitterly opposed to m .king u Mliiical iue ot the cause be ehauiptoiis,that by so doing he antagonizes tbe veiyelasatb.it be set ks to reach and convert, and builds up it it opKisition to bia pi t theory luorf ilimcult to combat than any resistance yet encounter ed. He sajs: 1 am a moral sunsioti-ideu man, uutl am couviuoed by long experience in the lectnre field Unit o may be able to coax thousands into tbe fold, but I have not .Mt seeu a wuu or woman coeiceil into temperance by legis lative eiiaftuients. BtKCUI- B pleached ft selinon on Sunday upon Sabbatarian hi a, wherein he "look the broadest ground in favor of ieisoiial liberty. Aa a Iriend remarked, an abstract uf his address rea l lltce a i til itorial VOUL'M. llivcliersaya.be is looking tor a religion that will suit everybody a religion Unit wili be as good tor oue man as auoi liei a religion that, stripped of its bigotry aud superstition, will serve lo bi d humanity in a bond ol universal brothel hood. When he has found such a creed he will discover that it bus few of the feature of lelijiion us ut present understood. A WUITKK iu the Mobile Register warns Ihe people agaiuj.t the silk culture people, lie says it is nothing but a I'niiiil,-thui the cli mate ot the gulf states is entire ly too damp for th proposition ot tbe silk worms and that it. is an impossibility to make the industry a success iu Mississippi and Ala bama. A PETITION will be circulated iu ibis place iu a day or soakiuu Sit peri ntc n i lent Ilaiahau to extend the trips of tbe coast accomiuoda- tiou to" Sciantou. We hope tbe prayer ot the petitionets wili be granted, as it w ill accommodate a large chins of our citiens and at j the aame time benefit tbe railroad company. Tiie Indiana legislature assent bled iu biennial session Thursday, ot last week, 11 ml both houses elected democratic: ofuVera. The senate, by resolution, deprived the lieutenant goveruor of his power to appoint the committees, and iu the house a bill was introduced to give tbat body tbe right ot numiiig the di rectors ot State institutions. THE National Tobacco Associa tion ot the Uuileil States want the tax reduced to eight cents pet pound on plug and tineVui chewing and amokiuu" tobanco and snuff; tu tliree tlollars per thoiisniid on cigars, aud seveu'y-tlve cents per thousand 011 cigarettes. v. Last Saturday the well-known house uf S Marcus & Sou, ot Mobile, dealers in millinery and fancy good, with branch houses in Brook lyn, Birmingham and IVnunnila, made nit iiSNiiitinmeiit tor the bene fit of their cieilitius. It U Mippoa ed the liabilities will reach $10(1,- 000 The assets are not leorted. PkNSACOLA'S elegant netV opera bouse was opened So die pulil c I'nr tbe first lime Tliursilav uig'n ol inst week by Ihe Ford, Cuinn- u'ih-u (uiuipauy, The building is thit-e utories hih, with a frmita" ot 103 feet and 143 feet depth. i Judge 11. W. Foutk, ot Mucon, N ixutvee L'ounty, has a fine iui potted Spanish Jack appropriately uatned Ueury Ward Beeehcr, ' ut.tt!e cYincfer, Otki 2"vO,Cva pers)aa fo!l)wed tbe rtmaina of (Umbctt to their lat rcsiiug place Usi iVid. y, aisd bnsitiessiu the city- ct Ihs was entirely sus-jilnl. The tiotly ft placed I'i the bears amid the booming of eanunu, . b-ating of drums and sound f -trnmiirts, tbe troops presenting arms. Is the Sixth Louci.iua cougreits- ionat ilisti tct to b!l tbe v aney in--iSrioiM-il by tbe tlesth of Major Ilerroo. lion. E. T. Lewis of St. Leitdry was tie nomination by the late democrat iu com vent ion. The last (28th) bwllot stood Levis, 30; Sample, 4; Kd wards, 6; LOiis,l The imported negro teachers far II irrison coonty did not get posi tioua iu the public school of Ilauds bora as They expected. We en dorse Superetitentleut Latncastei'a course iu this matter. There are pfvUy eoneteut teacher in tbe county who deserve tbe place and should have them. A YAIATABLK cow belonging to tbe Hon. Harrison Daily, of Ken tucky, b" -e into a cornfield and gorged herself so that she was about to die. A surgeon made t incision in her aide aud took I six bushels of com, cornstalks an grata. The 0eiiing bualed np, am the cow is doing aa well us ever. Tux cause of tbe inns in the A. and M college at Stsikv ille baa not been made public by president Is. We cannot see why the pub. lie are that kept iu the dai k. This institution is fostered by the State and we tbiiik the cause ot the ilia rnption in the college should be made public. Jl'DOK Attsoi'X, of New York, in iiiteipietin the, Sunday cotle Saturday, declared (hat icecream saloons iMinbl be open, but that they could not deliver their goods to customer' houses, nor sell can- li s. Express comp nies sere permitted to deliver packages. Germany last vear drank MO,- (MMI.00O callous of beer, cq ial to eighty quarts 11 v-iir tor each individual and making duo allow ance tor the no'lien ! children, eveiv male nut pnt umlor Ins In It not less th. in a half gallon 11 day. Til IC contemplated newspapet en terprise at Mtyt Point tias been abandoned, so we are iiiloriued bv the iNterestetl pmiien. Tiie cmnbi nation did Hot pan out en It ex. pet ted. There whs no "long felt sunt" at Moss Pohil, it see am. Dr. Warrln Stone, n well known and (lis iiiiilMicil surueou of New Orleans, and son of I lie eminent Dr. W irreii Ktttue, St , whose death oeciired ten year ago, dietl suddenly in New Orl'uus a few day s ago. Gkn. ClIALMibKS has about wound himself op His nrpoint merit as iihsisnui' TJ. S District Attorney, ditl (he the Inisiiics lor ihe little fellow. We pity tin-pool wretch who would sell out s iche.ip. l'HK ninth and tenth regiments of ltbode Island volunteers, having never been dUcbntged pro forma from government tiervioe, claim pay ami interest to date, or alio it five miilioii ot dollars. IP our saw mill men tin not onvr better prices lor logs, wu fear the croi will la) short next spring. Many of the log-getters ti e quitting the business because they find it is not reuiiuierative. THK new revenue cutter Waiter Forw nl Moore, master, lias ar rived in Mubiltv Sbe is the firiet cutter iu the service having cost $72,500, .nd will coait iioin Mobi'e to Key West. Thf. New hall House, Milwaukee, six st mils high waa burned 11 f lour p. m. yesterday morning. Fifty or xixty people wi re killed and uruiy n ore wounded. -a lUKOtOATKa tot the va;tons uUl.-va ol ttie sea m.asi ctiiiiuty tire iMiiinijt out tti Ui.sjtlii n(iy There will tic no hit k of uoil iii.i'ci tor Mil tin- uftle.es. I UK on 1 Ht-t It in tiiiu 1 1 ; r 'c .si li I' "" tt a li 1 . a I : jr-' : ' ,Vi :l I -.r .' !' fi ) fli lil'll Cll. O.NB of 'h' iii i!ei C'liiiino Cilleii'lers we h-iv'' l.ci'lV'il ibis yeiW came fro-n the mdl-ktntwii natter dealers, Messrs. Muitb-r & HolmerVj St, Lonis, TbriiiVH. Gesmast hi recently un-ler gone cm of the m.tst t-trriblt scoargea ever giiii rio" law country. Th Uhlus bu lik tha f trlter of it -r, burst it biiU, hrokw orer tlik--t s id overd iwtsl t!ie whole Un tom country, inflict pig great hvus of life anl property. THE total num'ier of i si mi grants lamlin; at New Y-n k mI year w.ts 4ij.SH. The grewtest Dumber of arrivaU in any month was 84,764 in May, aud the smallest, 11.212 iu Jauuary. SlNATOK George charges Presi dent Antbur with inconsistency in 1 T W iw W7 IV AM ltSM I r im provements. Some of the French journals claiw that Gamhetta died poor ; others tbat be had large accumu lations. MAJ. It Walpolk, baa sold the Yazoo City Herald to Mr. A. M. Koach. Col. J. L. MeCullen, will be retained aa chief editor. A sM-cial't the Times Democrat dated Memphis, J411. 10, says De tective W. O. Prjde of the Mem- phis mlice force, at tbe request of State Seuator D. T. Porter, joined Detect irer Field aud Porter, of W.T t f 1 1 t .. . . nasuvi.ie, uere tuis morning, anil the trio left by the 4:40 a.m. train for Laredo to bring back tbe de faulting State Treasurer, MARINE. orricsorTH Dkiiih.'rat Stak, I'ArttAOol LA, J.ttlMl J J, I8KI. fieKirt fur week entliug Jd. It. AKKivro. Ocr tk r C H.ti:, t'ruha, 47H tniia, (roni J'oitu (iramte, l'aw d Venie ikIhimI, IU lll.lMer. Swi tl bm k Knitt, Willberir, i'ir tons, from lit nn rsrs, ttiitisli liuisim, tu 1J hiiiel. Ami lri UtlorilU, UnlUntl, 414 tuna, fmni Vt 1 a ( nix, Muxuo, iu Uehiut t. AlU aeli Atlnliti Klukf, Snow, 4i) toll, from w Ul Itutlla, to fc. lAMuel. CLKARKIi Am brig Maria V. NutwoimI, m igniic, 4T7 tiHia, f.M BiirbwIiH-it, H W 1, with LIU, UU sup l, ral. H,6' M by A C Dau nr A cm. Am M-h II Umlilin, Vinw, l".0 tuim, fur lta- vuns, tulia, witb lll.j'.i) dip ft, val tiu li) A II ow. VKSSKIJI IN POUT. N'nr tili Pauline SiuIh iii. thtli ii.n-n,5:lj tuna PaiiisU ii.-iIK- Ansera, Aiuvra, una, Am mil r'uii-it Iikiiii-, Kunt, IU lint Am K b Ne(uiu, K 1. Iter U7 toua. Am itvli J K tlittry. Milih-u 17 .' t.m .Vir lik llivilwh rll, MualBSD), iHi lima, iNr lik liiiralalili. Nana, f.H I.iiih. bwril lik Ouliir, Mi'lliu ti- Inna. vksm.ls i r aso i LkAiir.L) roa Turn roar, .Nur bk ValkxiiK, iliH-Jh, Itm.-, Sii,) lu-ra. Lf. Aiu wli I.UiUi liver, Harrington. 3.i0 Inua, tiimi t.alvtXiin. Nur lik A i)L, i1ukI.miI, Ct?tl Uiuh. aailitl lioia Oi-n.-t it I xl. N r tiJt'n- u, (li-i-n, iO- tui.i, s.iiK'il IIUIU It.ll'H-Ulll.l 111 I 'J.i. Nuv lik M.iv, Mi t'Ui-iwii, ivll tti:ia. mi 1 led I111111 Li.,ili'ii Utl Ul. r hk Vi.Ul, iiiiliiml, 4.0 tuim, nailrd from Liniil. il Ot t id. tuw .Vii.iiu.i.mivn, Lillia Irvlnti, WJ ton, Kill) .1 .NuV S3, ,ui m:Ii Lama, Uiiiukuii, 4S5 tuiia, auiliil IMIU OlllVfUl.l M MHKH SI'Vi'KMliNT, Jli'ini"! fivai n (ii. l,'.i . luM it. I I 1.! IV I . iu,ii,tr.i.i t iL-ait d salts .-M (l. I, 1-vtf .. Cli'urt'd aiut u Nuv. .S, ls.-. . . . ltU.4 5.1;. .. l'.t,,uia lutal 11,1,-117 Foil Charge. Pri-Nh water le inr tr.tllua dulivend ulo in'.iili-. Puutiiui- i I i)-r lout, uitii.il ilrult, i-uin piilMory, llio bomm-iter 1-.) eiu-lt Vtuviel. All veaa-ia urriviiiu bet vtreua tilt) tut ol An il suit l.ait ol NuM'iulicr must report ut 4 iiii.tntiiie mutioii lhj'rt) tbey will bo ! 1111 1 c-u '11 siiuiiur. l li.talvlun a c 11 11 r iiit f,i I t ImiuiiIIiis eai'li Vewtrl. Ail extra ebarire uf i.i, and coat ot I'lit'tiiicalM, tor lmiiimttion. Axi-ruiru tlriitt 01 water on tba bur, Kttumntet'tl, 1,-4 leer. Veaai'lH coining to hlnp Ltlnnil usually ontur at thin port. limit of Water at Mil 11 1.slioul, 'il feut. I'liiirgt'R at Sliiji lluinl hi.iiih h above, I'xcriit litcbtt-rHKo of ualmxt, ;tle, suit witter If" ir unllou. BtovedoruiK HuS Minlii-r l IU nt-r load, auwn titnbertl 06 per Ittutl; deala $1 n) tier Hltnuliml. LuuiImt, euunlwiti itnil West Iiidii-a, 0c pi r thiciautul. l.luhteruue uf IiiiIIhuI buo lirr ton, l.iili'ii- m i tiieiii Foreint-u 47, boldora i-'i. wuiibiiien (3, Rate r Towage. IIIIKN island pass. liiwmil, tier tun ... 5e ...10t' Outtasrd, uuilcT 17 feet tliai't.... tlutwunl, ovt-r 17 feet tit-alt...... SHir IhLAXD PAHS. luwurtl, per tii.i Oui wartl, under la tout tlral't Outwuiil, over U f.-et ilnil't VK8HKLS IS 8U1P IbbANU HAUUOS .10c .If Moving vewMil $1", Oil Moving t'i.1 fruui Qit.tidiil iue iti 00 RIVKII SATKS. VmhwIb over !i0 and uiitler 100 toiit, tip 410 00 v Bunt-In over Ml ami nuder mo tout. down 15 00 Vt-HHiila littu 100 tit 15" tuuii, np. . . . lb 00 Viwwi from 100 lo 1; tuna, ttowu. '0 00 V.'hw-Ih from l.'iO tu -tK) tuim, np. . . . lf 110 im li out l.'.U Ut Unlit, ttuA'll, -to 00 Lumber Ularkel. 4.4 Pli)..!iUjf ," 4 flmirlii)?. . . . Wi-rt-ii'ii H on Sii't It 'l ull It' 1" .. ilii I'miiId-i l...'..l-!.-., Hi.i.,.-..--,.!.- -t I'ini t i- il. w 1 iVu "I 4" lull h ; .10 (W to yi'l 00 jiff il I . Hi' 1 11 11 I (II l II Oil la IW I In no to t-c Ut) ., , Da 1 ' Ho p-1 milt. I 01 !. mi ti.T M a .i. !( . '1. S. CO pi- al .in, till."; ;w : I to jC I'V. t . : .1, t li il'lm..l ill", tl t.i JU Laattsti-' B !.. pi 78 - tnmlii-i' tui'liilmtiilplila, $.tn U- $-J,00, I.umb 'r to Hiittiiiiini'D H ill). Liniiiiiir 10 M-x lm. $12 00 10 It :l 00, to tlnbit, 10 00 to fit 00. l.umuur to Toxo poriM, 7 U to ll .Vri .IdtrrtitemtHtu notice to Creditors. P-trtica ialrltnl fo tb nllll of J- E- Sarraim, iet--a.i wilt (4ui f"f wanl asa aetiW mtma waa mi. n. Biouta aVUl. aaiWurd t a.,ell ion. . U . L' K . .HV J.a. li, 41-U Vice Consulat de France a la JIoMle, Vour rAliUtt4 tt le MUtutipyi. auitrM at ronaproatairM da Na- mirrm r'raBcaja ai ant ma BatHHW. ra rati da IWafc'oula prar Purl Ua Krauca prcBt oblruir lesra paijieraa atMtiiiwa a r coualal, et pcaat au.l y regis' mi L-arMavrlanliuaa d'arira at autw. autvaul tas loroies rtaiaea pkr Vt Urn I raucaiara. fH. PJLU.HODT, Vtca ', Ko.33Ba6I.Mibel, Jas. li. tMy Mobile, Ala. If. V. B. Carey, Ovlmaa Areuaa. SrrmtOn ."titM l)slcf la DRY GOODS I NOTIONS, SOOTS, SHOES, BATS, Frcnh Groceries and Feed, Caunrtl Ooutla, Tinwara. Hani vara, mmi avarytbiiiR eon n-tad with a KissT -Clans Stums, wbicb will ba aold low dowa hi Iba caah. rfA!o Wlora, Lienors, Ata, ate. Gir at s call ami aae for yoaraalvaa January U, 11. 43 ly TUB Git LIT SKELLpY ! The Southern WIZARD ! Takta tba pleujiara of annouui ing In (ba cituriia ul bcrmitoo aud TloiDily bia ar rival tor Most Point, on Thursday, . January in. KeranCon. Friday and Mai urday,jan. IV and 'JO, AT THE ACADEMY ! Jan, 19, 1S3. 41-11 SELLING OUT -ro- Quit the Business Having eourliulvtl Iu rulira front tbe nii rcintilc buaitirm 1 will from now on, until all il iMpHM-it of, uni-r my etitira atot k uf Dry (ttMHla, Notiuoa, (jrisierii'S, tlolh iiiK, Tiuwartt, Pueil, ate at Figures that are Bound to Sell Goods. Now ts th lima to aeenra bariraint. 1 will slau axil tlw lionmt and ii'S-w (tli leat i bus hv yi siv yrt lo rnu) or I will relit I be hulls fur that limn. All h rwim letU bttHl tu m t will yUtm ull uiul s ttlti by the l"lli ol Kel-rmiry, t t. K,T, KiXiKKS. Ja-i. ,V 1S-I3. 4J f!o Whiskey I 1 Brown's Iron Bitters is one of the very few tonic medicines that are not com posed mostly of alcohol or whiskey, thus becoming a . . fruitful source of intcmpen- vj ance oy promoting a desire for rum. Brown's Iron Bitters is guaranteed to be a non intoxicating stimulant, and it will, in nearly every case, take the place of all liquor, and at the same time abso lutely kill the desire for whiskey and other intoxi cating beverages. Rev. G. W. Rice, editor of the American Christian Re view, says of Brown's Iron Bitters: Cln.,0.,Nov.i6,i88i, Gents : Tht fooluh wait ing of vital fare in buaineu, pleaton, and trtdout iodul. gutcs 01 our people, aukct your preparation a necewtty ; ad if applied, will save hun dred! who retort to lalooai -for ttmpoi-ary recuperation. Brown's Iron Bitters has been thoroughly tested for dyspepsia, indigestion, biliousness, weakness, debiU ia ity, overwork, rheumatism, neuralgia, consumption, liver complaints, kidney troubles, &&, and it never tails to render speedy and permanent relief - $5 to $2U a r ilit) at aoiiw. SuuplM tent IV. AdlrM twnwa L. THE -OHIO. HAL" STAil BANGLED "LV:r Th.' oldt mthtt nnpnlwr, bt-t ana rtti-spt lly Pi'w, bi- ti e Iti mitt vrer wttli l4. .1 i a l.ir,i. n l eiilitma, lllaAtnitMt. Itt-wv ttin-r, ir of tiit, "Lid -' Cmia full of .i,.tturit c-j-rwa, Hart, h a. Cnmia, Wit, liumor mil ki-iiuIini fu... Kit. 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