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FFACK. G()( WILL ANI PROSPERITY TO ALL. MANKIND." m3-T Dollars fet Year f A4vj-ei VOLUME ao. PASCAGOULA, MISSISSIPPI, FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 14, 1888. NUMBER i28 rROPKSSIONAL. A. Parker Chapll,JI.D., BAY 8T. LOU IS. MISS., Oflic and review ftu struct, wioud 10. !. tt--w T. IV. Bra me, ATTOUSEY AT LAW, &rranM, .Vim. Will practice la all the courts f tba Seveuth judicial district, ami the r'edural ml Supreme eourti ! the Btstw. B. F. IIE00, practicing physician, Offer bia professional w-rvicrs to tbe citi aeus of Mxa l'otiit and Scrantt. Orricis Oppas't Mumre A IWa store. - MOSS POINT. Dr. I. A. Thurber. DENTIST, ' , . - ' ' Offlr and Residence : i . ' ' TASS CimiSTIAN, MISS. Call from any point froui Hay Ht. Louis In .Scrsnton prouptlf answered. . , It. Seal, t TTOBXERT 4 C0UX8ELL0B AT LAW . MiuUiriwi City, Mi. Pruc tiees tnall the C mrta of the Seventh tiidicial District J. A. Anderson, ittortry and Covmcltor tit Lnir, . Screnton, )lit. "Will practice la Ml tli court of tlie Vate and dwlrict. Will glva prompt t Vntmn t the collection of del-Island a ukefemUfanc.- promptly. ' TtS At fit nOEON, (GuJMe, Mia. Trrpivrea to do nil work lu biaprofosaiou, nd guarantors satisfaction. C. C ChMwv, 4TT0RNKY & COUNSELLOR-AT-LAW, "Wtn pm.- In all J-lw of the -vi'iill J ml Wwd nSarrW. Olliee lit Chidsey's drug store. Written ami verbal mpiwu'iif givvu nil 1I i(tjeclseietrd with r"hipuig uml Admiralty sml Marine Insurance.. Seal Ac HlooiM, OlWEYi V OWNSEl.OllS AT LAW Ncranton, Mi. Will practice In nil the 0 of Jack Micouutr, Missis!"1. Kswbpartwwwil) eaitiatH'ui practice in his individual en tiaclty In stl tlio Conrta of the iScveiit! mi iciiil District Dr. n. iTIoore, MlttANTON, MIS8.. 1 1. is rstnb1ihtd un olHee nn Ditlliius ir e tiw, here lis win? lie Umat km wanted. Will attend rails day r iiVglU.U out nf town anil at HciiHlinr. MuviiiK lwrn I'oiitinnonsly niK'ntC'l In tli pinctica of inedicii.e fur twtitjr-mir yuars In tlio iVmth, fmOsjsMiliAimt of Im-Iuk nltlo to rc livaU ami cure iimiiy. Muki a spvi iul tf in tn'utinj rlirouia Jiaxusrs. Ho in vites consultation . iais trial. J. t). iiritlclberi. iUarney and Couneeltorat La ' Solicitor ui CkMwetrj, A8CAGOULA Jackson connty), MIHS. Will practice aboruvM ka may have iMiaiil'aa. tiunt aad Chancvry buaiuoat, inch on srt tliiig etata, exaiataiaK lafxl title, and civilly k'gnl opinions, "quieting" tillt-a to U4a,iitainiuii invoices, ews. . Dr.HI.C. VniiRlian, ' DENTIST, f ' ' Mots Pointy Mint. Will sttonJ all calls alone the roast In bis profession. Partiea dosiriag his ser- rices enn amtress mm uiu. n C. II. Wood, ATTOIWiEY & COUKSI LLOU AT LAW Mom Pointt Mm. Practices In the Court of Jackson, Han-toon, Hancock, Ferry acu wooue. Dr. W. D. BragKt rilTSlCIAit AK.D SURGEON, Residence : Moti Point, Mm. 6fflcea Stewart' drnt store, Jfoss Point, Will practice at U wi 1'oint, ecranion, the Seashore and vlclrlty. ' , . , iUcall promptly ati.iri'indt. " Blalacfe Hotel ,. . v . . . AND , .. Livery Stable, Boutb Side R. B, Depot, , crunton, Mississippi. Jan. 19,1883. ' Canton Bank, H, r. Kreb8 Ifgnaier, vi;; Scrtnton and Fascagonla, Hian. Wfll deal io . FOREpif , A pQteTC, ESfCLf INGE, Collect Draft, Hills, Account, and do 1) description of Uuuking UusiiieaM, 8HIP ANp rJJSpUAJJCE BROKERAGE Jan. 5, 18Kj, " ' ' ly Notice. 1 bare a supply of the Mariner' Mcdi ci Quid, and fem prepared to fill ship medicine cbettt ou short uotloe. J. W. STEWART, . ' t - Druggiat. Most Polut, Miss. Atig. 31, 1BJ3." -? Warn THE COURTS KEGllJiR TERMS. Circuit Court, Seventh District riAMl'EL H. TERRAI. Ja.l-a. THOMAS 8 tVK'X Dutrwt Attoraey, Clarke county. Intt Monday ia rVbtaa-jr anil Aapiss, eautinnio twrhre 4;i. Keaitier etHinly, Brat Moatlv. ia alarvB and rVptcmbar, eontinuinir tvlve Uys. I jml, rUl- rssiiity, first Monday la Ju. y ami January roiiliuuinj twiuty-t'uur judi cial ilvya if Lnaiurse rruirr. Wsyan county, ana Monday la Apr) and OctoWr, n.utinuiug ri tl.irs. OrwD rouatj, second MomUyln April and October, coutinnini' six days. Perry cuuuty, third Monday in April and OctoWr. contiuwiug six day. Murioa county, fourtb Monilny ia April and Octnlx-r, cotitiuninx six day. ftaacork county, first Monday alter tb fourth MomUy ot April and u (over, con tinning twelve da). Ilurrisou comity, third Maaday after the fourth Monday at April and October, continuing six day. Jackauu couaty, fourth Monday after fourth Monday of April and October, coj tinuing twelve days. Clinncery Court, Severn u Dlstrkt. BVLVAXUtt EV4NS, Cl.aucilW. Jwkson comity, first Moutlay of Manb and 8'pteuiber, eontiuuing six days. Harrison county, arceml llouday iu March ami Keptemher, contiuniug six days Hancock roiiuty,tbird Monday iu March and oVpteniber, contiuning aix days. Unt'iieeonnty, fourth Moudaysin March ml A'ptrmln'r, continuing six days. Marion comity, tccond Muuday aftertbe f mrth Monday in March and (September, conliiiuiiiK six days. perry comity, Hint Monday after the lourth Monday in March aud September, nntinniug lix deya. . . ... Wayne eonuty, fourth Monday after the fourth Vomlny of March and Heptemlier, contiuning six days. Clarke comity, hrst Monday in May and Novciulier, roiitiiinlng six days. Laudenlule county, third Monday of May uml November, continuing twelve days, Kemper comity, second Monday in May and Novemlier, continuing six days. Monthly rules ot Chancery Court on tbe DC ind Mo'iday iu each mouth. Church Notice. M. E. Church, Dev. Thonina Price pas tor. !M (tummy 7 P.M., 41 Ii Kumlay 11 A.M. and 7 r.M. 8umlay School every Hunday nioriiliig. liipti.st Church, 11. 1'. Ilemlun, pn.-dor. Prem hiiig lirst mid tlnrd Sundays at 7 p.m., ami m-coiul aud fourth Humlays at II a-ni. I'l iiver meeting on i'riduy uigbt. Humbly srbiHil lit 3 o'clock p.m. Chicago, fit. Louis AND NEW 0HLEA2T3 3AXLB0AD. The ST.WDAKD GAK.i: trunk line between the North A South: The Only Line ttttttntHw TOLLMAN PALACE Sleeping: Cars l lronsl . FROM IVtrJ Orlfan lo VinfiHtmH, St. Louis St Chicago, Without Change -f Cars- Only One C nge ! IVewYorkaV astcrit pilics The ONLY DIRECT KOlrrK to 8t. I onis, Chicago and ALL POINTS NORTH AND WEST: Many miles shorter, and many hours quicker than any otlinrllno. DOUBLE DAILY TilAINS leave and arrive at Calliope Street Depot as follows: LKAVE I AHIiJVR. Kip. Ko. 8, t):ir. A.M. Mull No. I, 7 1)0 A. M. Mull No. 4. tr.M P. M- I Kip. No. 10 4.S A.M. l lied No. , :K P. M. I Mixed No: 10, M.' r. M. Nos: J, U, U and 4 run daily, Nos: Hand 1J daily except Sandfly: Ticket office, 'ii Camp stroeot, corner Common. A. D. SHELDON. Ticket Agent, J. W. COLEMAN, Acting Geu. Paw. Ag't, PEARL RIv'ER. From Lookout Station on tba N. 0. and M. Railroad, for Peurliugton, Logtonw gild Giiinesvilre, the fust propeller, iialRICE FARMER, - ; R. 8. 110ARDMAN, Master. Vttke diiilr trips to Peailington, Log town and Gainesville. Connects with.tlie couut occoiuinoiUtioii tru i, morning audevoniug, and also with lbe euitt-liouud train yotf New Orleans daily. Vov.Zi, :l-t -y NOTICE. All person dcsiilog - Live Oak Timber for 6tilp Building, , Will save ujoney by calling on , A.PpWELL. West PaHcigouIa, Jcksui Co,, Mis. May K Itm. 11-tiui SCHOOL NOTICE ! Tho sixth regular Sussjon of mysobool will open " ."TJ"", Monday, ifypfember 3, 883, at my reaidauee In .Scranfon. T)iking tho citizen for their, patrooRgp in the past, I hop to obtain and to mprlt tha in tae I inure, lernis reasnimuie, jKi3. d. nwm, Angnst 3t, VW, 5i6 lm, A nOl E TO XET. "Is thin LoUmjIo letl" Mttl Mliuj Cornelia Cilf brook, Kc0,,y at firmly. "No, luii'um, it iut" apstrprxl the old colonel uan who shufilwl to tbe floor ami briil it jit riactlj an iiicb uml tbrre qu.irtcrw cx-n. "Hut j ou tun it be mift icn, my good BiHn suit) Misa Colebrook, Iu Hceenta of gentle rmi (lustra net. 'There U bill 0 on tbe aide of tbetliwr." "No, rua'am, d.ir ain't," il Hie oKI refo. Wc's ain't goiu' fur to move disyear." "Come out tiere and look for yourself, Mid the touiij lady res olutely; and old Julius atrpping outside, was confronted with tbe black inscription, "To Let," on a white crouiid, pusied up alongside of ; he door. "Well 1 neber!" aald Julius. "Who done put up dut dar t Must be eouie practicai Joke, Marae Jobu'a jounjr college tiieuda is a play in ou biui. , Cuu't be uuffin elfe. Mia Conieli.t looked fixed ut Julius. "My luau," Biiiil she, "IbU wou'l doT "What won't do, ma'am V tie mantled (he old man. in surprise. "All this!" raid Cornelia, "1 must see the liouw. It ia adver tise Ho let,' and I have u right to go over it. I know all the cin-mu. stances of tbe case. Listen, Your master is detuncil. You are uot so in nib his master as his ke'ter. The landlord has received repeated coiiiphiiuts tioiu the neighbors, and ia determined that you alia II ko at nil hazards. I was (.old that 1 should find difliculty in getting iu. Dut I him nut one to be easily discouraged from completing a thing which I have once attempted. So stand aside, please aud allow me to enter."' And old Julius, overpowered by this torrent of w ords, was forced to surrender. Miss Cornelia Colehrook was a plump, prvtty girl ot five ami twenty, w it Ii dark gray eyes, black fringed anil solemn, a rinu square chin, w ith ouezdeep dimple in her cheeks like lores. Old Julius stared ut her iu blank dismay. "J uli lie," called a deep aud not niiiunxic.il voice over the stairs, "who is there f What, is the mat ter I iMiy are you tietaiued so iour "Marse John, 'clar to gracious, I doesn't know' groaned Julius, i "It's u young lady. And she would come in, And sue done determined to go ober tie house. And 1 ain't done tidied up jet, and At this a tall, rather haudwme geutlemau came down stair iu velvet cap and a. ciimson dressing robe, lined with old gold plush. ("Lunatics always like bright col ors, I've beard," (bought Cornelia.) "May I inquire wh it has pro cured us the honor ot this call t" he nsked, politi l.v. Cornelia look ed hard ut him, remembering the old maxim respecting the power of human eye over unsettled winds, and auswered calmly t "This house is 'To Let,' I wish to go orer it." "About this beiug to let you are mistaken," said tho gentlemen, liolitely. "I have, a three years' lease ot it." 'lint I here is u bill up," urged Cornelia. "Then it is through some mis take of, tbe real estate agent's," said the geutlemau. "I wish to 8co the bouse," firmly repeated Cornelia. "But" "1 wish to sec the house,'' Bhe reiterated. The geutlemau smiled. "In that case," he said. "It would hardly be gallant to oppose a lady's de sire. Julius escort the lady wherever s'je wishes to go." "Walk dis way, ma'am, please," said tbe old negro and with a thrill ot triumph at her heart Cor nelia followed hi at. A very pretty house it was, with parlors hung with pictures, deep- colored plubh draperies, old bits of tapestry; a library well stored with sumptuous Bets of volumes, dark wood bookcases, aud leather upholstered easy chairs; a studio, where piles of canvasses stood agaiust be wall, an easel was drug ged into the middle of the floor, and a clay figure ii) an imperial ermine robe, made Cornelia start back at first, before she realized that it was ouy a wooden counter feit. She turned with a stui'p to Julius. . "Your master Is an artist V1 alio said, ;. 11 - '"Yes, ma,am,V, npdcrj thp old Rinu. Vis be geuerallf pretty quiet and docile !" "Bless your rouI, boner.V gnid Julius, "yea. Why shouldn't be bet" Lunatics are apt to be violeut ut times,' observed,, Miss Cole brook, mildly. "Tbejp torn dangerous when one least eipects it. "Ma'am T luid Juliuo, Lis eye balls rolling like ivory spheres in hit head. "Has he been so all his lifer said Cornelia. "Been how, bh'h V demanded old Julius. "Craiy, of toulae', tiodded Misa Colebrook. "tie ain't crazy, ni&'atn !" short ted tlx sueietit negro iu desperation. "Nor ueber wasn't. "My good man,' aaid Cornelia, aiildly, "it ia no use to attempt to blind me with regard to these mat ters. I know hll about them." "Bless my heart," cried old Ju lius, tugging with both hands at his white wool, "if I doesn't beliebe we'a all done gone etazy togedder, au' I ia de maddest ob de lot f , "It doesu't signlty," said Corne lia. "Only I w ish you to compie heud that I am uot to be deceived. 1 like the looks of the bouse very much. I thiuk III take it. The rest is " "But 1 assure you, ma'am," aaid the geutlemau himself, who now appeared on the Bulge, leading a uiaguitlceut stoue colored English bound by a Rilkeu curd, "it is not to let." "1 will take the bouse," said Cor nelia, with a pitying glance at this modem llamlet. Aud then she eourtesied low mid left the place rather glad to have escaped with out a persoual conflict with tbe crusy man. . "I daresaj the neighborhood will be delighted to get rid of him, she thought. "But really he was very pleasant aud gentlemanly. I feel very sorry for hi unfortunate mental iuOiiuity," So she went straightway down to Mr. Let tern's, tho realestateagent. "Mr. Lettem," said she, "I have determined to take No. 90 Portland Place." "No. 00 Portland Place," repeat ed Mr. Leltem, fixing a pair of ponderous silver iectucles across the bridge cf his nose aud opening one of a pile of gigantic ledgers. "0 I'ort-laud-Plaoe! Bat Wi Portland Place isn't on our list, Misa Colebrook. It's 94." "But you sent ma there t" cried Cornelia jumping oil ber chair iu a sort ot panic. "I don't think I could possibly have doue such a thing," said Mr. Lettetr. "Tlie house placed on our bauds by the landlord was No. 94; of that I am quite certain. James!" to a long legged, lank faced bov, who was teasing (he cat in the trout office, "what house was that yell put thu bill ou id Portland Place this morning !" "1 forgo, whether you said 94 or 90 when I got there, Boss," con lessed lie, twisting himself into all uiuuuer of apologetic shapes; "so I put one ou both the bouses." Mr. Letteut caught up bis boot jack with an exclamation ot wrath, James ducked bebiud the desk and Alias Colebrook uttered a cry ol dismay. "Then," she cried wringing Iter bands, I'vejbeeii to the wrong house 1" "No 94 was the one," said Mr. Lettem, till with veugelul eyes fixed ou the unlucky James. "Aud I went to 90 and asked the respectable colored mau there all about his master's insanity," said poor Cornelia. "Oh, what shall 1 dot what sliull Idol" , "Go back aud explaiu matters," suggested tbe ageut. "Never," said Cornelia. And she went away in tears, and the agent did not let any of hi bouses, for nothing could have per suaded Miss Colebrook to go back to Portland Place. It htippeued that she was that evening eugsged to a little "parlor musical" al the resideuoa of her friend, Mrs. Overbangb. "I'm sure 1 can never siog 'Ives Belles Vieuuoises' after all I've gone through to day," said Cor uelia; "but I suppose I shall have to try." But the very first person she saw in the crowded drnwiug-room, utter she bad exchanged greetings with her hostess, was the crazy mau of 90 Portland Place! "Do couie here, Mr. Melton," said Mrs. Orerbuagh radiuutly, "and let me introduce yon to Miss Colebrook. Conuey, this ia Mr. John Meltou, the artist." Cornelia tntned scarlet aa be bowed to ber, "Oh," she "jried, "can you ever forgive me fur that terrible blunder I made this morning T It was the wrong house the stupid man bad put the bill on, and I supposed you were the lunatiu who lived iu No. 90. ... . . ' ' "' ' 'Praj don't mention it," said Mr. Melton i "or it you remember it at all remember It as merely a joke," But are you sure you lor give me 1" said Miss Colebrook implor ingly. ' ' "Quite sure" aaid Mr. Melton. And then qe led he. to a com fortable aeat behind a great lemon tree, aud brought ber some led water. Ami sho never nuug "Lea Belle Yieimo e L 1 11 ao well a I aur mil mar, mgDl : i "Hoar dn jou like lierT said Mr. Overbaugb, cottiftetiti illy, to1 Mr. Melton. 1 "She ia charming mid Mr Mel-' ton, toiiBdeiilially, to Mis. U"er bingh. A ad when the music was over be weiil to sit by her again, and told ber of a little b iy-wiitdoed cot tage iu Harlem, which he knew was "to let." "Ami I thinh it will suit you ex actly." said he. "But I would ad vise yon not yon not to rent No. 94. That poor lunatic has pulled the place all to pieces, aud the land lord fetuses to make any repair. Shall I go with you to look at the cottage to morrow I" "Ob, I should be sojiniich ob liged T said Cornelia. "Mamma is an invalid, you see, and I have to do all the house hunting by my self. 8o they wont together and Miss Colebrook engaged the bouse. And they became excellent trieuds, and Mr. Melton ofteu came up to ll.uletn to call on (he two ladies. And wuen next May . Day came aiound there wasn't any Mis Cole brook; alio was Mrs. John Melton. "Aud it all done come ob tl.it lucky mistake ob Miss Conny's," a id old Julius rolling It's yellow white eye balls iu gte.it satisfae lion. Uen. Abe Uutord'a Impromptu Address. Grayson si;ino. Aug. 7. The folio ing eloquent and graceful impromptu address on "Love aud Matrimony" was deliv ered iu the parlors of the Gr.tyson Springs hotel, by Gen. Abe Butord, to a fashionable and appreciative audience of pleasure-seekers. A unanimous resolution was passed, by those present, requesting that the address lie published iu the CouritrJourtwl. The General said : ' Latlic and Gentlemen : Tis a compliment to otie like my self, who for the lust few yeais have met with so many reverses, and whose heart ha been saddened by misfortune, to lie invited by so cut tivated a party of ladie mid gen tlemen as I find before me this eve ning to entertain them for a few mo menu iu this elegant pavilion. I am indeed at a loss to select a sub ject with which lam familiar, and on which uiy tumbling thoughts might in a meisure interest you. Wo are all here, nuviy with hus bands, wives and children seeking relief from the arduous duties of life, and giving the mind the privi lege to d ell uiHM such liht sub jects as will give it the muctt pleas ure and relief. It is said a water ing pi. ice is where many contracting widows, maids, w idowers and bach elor do congregate with tho hope of meeting cougeuial parties with whom they might cuter into con tracts that would lead to their fu ture prosperity and ' happiness. Bold dragoon, boo; ed and spurred, by her side, wiih his gauntlets on, w hip in hand and mo tstaehe curled, is the giaudest scene I ever took part in since a boyf and oh that 1 could be a buy again. Then ray sub ject for this occasion shall he ' LOVK AND MATRIMONT, as it doubtless more deeply interests my listeneis than any other. It is an acknowledged fact that the wa ters of Grayson possess many vir tues and more qualities productive of good and happy results than those of all other springs in tbe world, uot excepting tbe Haw thorne aud Congress Springs at Saratoga, Une ot tbe most noted qualities of the water from the Bock, or Love Spring, is the power to open the hearts, quicken tbe ac tion of the mind aud luisten the throbbing of ajbosom full of love aud affection. Tis from this spring that we notice every morning the unhappy widowers, callous bache lots taking their copious drafts iu company with the coquetisu widows and maids, hoping that effects pro ducod will be io opeu the heart and allow tbe mind to give veut to the expression of thoughts ou the sub ject of matrimony and love. Aud when the couples walk away from the spring, ere they reach the park gate, full liberty has been given the tongue. Lore has been acknowl edged to hare been 'fully returned with all of iU gushing brilliancy. The meal at the elegant hoiel,, on brown fried chicken and sweet Al derney buttermilk, is vigorously en joyed aud the day agreed upon for the consummation or tneir happi ness. 'Such is a pen picture of the matiy parties that we nave 'seen withiu the last two weeks and will doubtless continue to sue visiting this fountain of water so full of love, May we not auk why is it that there are so many oouples ' m fortunate, and but a few, Ilka ourselves, are so nnfurtunate, and are, though quite willing, still' left out in tue co!d. It can uot lie that the waters are partial in the t fleets produced. or may it not be that something stronger than water ia require! be fore these gushiug cell of love will open, the tongue nu'ie its If and give fall expression to the thoughts of a mind full of candor and devo tion f May the uufottniute not ask or inquire into the motives and reasooiuga that bring about these results, that give so much bapja nesa to the fortunate t Is it cil ture, education, pro-itective oliti csl (xwitiou or gold that baa the greatest influence with b th man aud woman in reaching the end so much to be desired f Let ns see for a moment. Culture and education, auiqtorted by energy ami enter prise, should most assuredly have more weight in the consideration ot tbis subject, to say nothing of the effects of the waters, than either political KMit ion or gold. The first will last lor all time to come, and hould financial troubles overtake the parties their original capital will at all limes bt at hand, whereas politic.! I Nsition lasts usually but fur a day, and is full ot vanity aud weakness. Gold it bt true, may last always; but oh, how ofteu do we see it take wing and fly awayl And w hen jtoverty enters the wiu do, love, without education, en ergy audenterirtise, drifts over tbe fails and i lost in tbe dark and misty clouds that wll ot c impulsion hang over the doubled cataract. 8o wheu tbe valuable waters of Gray son are ou the eve of producing their desired e fleet a do uot be so weak us to ask how much gold can he or she put iu the scale, but aim ply iuquire as to his or her moral character, education, energy or et terpiise. These qualities will in cur position and gold. Age some times woiks gteatly to (he adrai tage of many men ami women. Slid if they had retained their en crgy and enterprise, do not ask the uumber of years tbey have lived. But if tbey tire still a young ns a two year old iu leeling, aud can cut the pigeon-wing iu the hult-room, aud are willing to set aside tbeir dignity whilst at the springs when they come tor a trolic, to be happy aud make others happy, all yet will be safe, provided the widows aud girls dou t nut too much. Such is my position on thu question of love and mtrimouy, to which yon wi I all doubtless consent and agree. Before quitting this subject I will ussume the responsibility of giving a sliott piece ot advice to the boys and girls ot the South. L'euienibrr that you are descendants of proud cavaliers of old, whose sole capital iu life Was honor, iiidustry,'eiiter prise ami integrity. Remember also your pedigree anil keep thctn pure, unless yuu might weaken the great mental power of the South ern intellect iu, the coining genera tion. It is true yon ure at the bot tom to-day iu (he cstimatiou of the weight of gold, but none other. This great superiority of the iutel lect which is conceded by all the world, will ere many days briug you to the trout aud on top. Ladies uml gentlemen, I thank you for your courteous attention, A Bachelor's Suit. Uuffalo Kxpresa A most remarkable suit ia now pending in the supreme court of King's county, N. Y. A Brook lju bachelor has sued au nn married lady to recover about three hun tired aud fifty dollars which he al leges she borrowed. Both parties in the suit are said to be "wt II know u." Tbe old bachelor and the lady were on intiinute terras Tor a very lung time. Tbis Intimacy ceased, and she was engagad to be married to a lawyer. The old bach elor came to the front and lent his money to buy the wedding clothes- Something happened mid the wed. ding did uot take place. Then the old bachelor and tbe young lady re ne wed their former relations. . One afternoon tlie old bacliolor called by appointment to lake thu young lady out. Bulng ou intimate terms, he went into thu basement a 'id sat in the dining-room chatting to the mother. Thu mother had previous ly told him that ber daughter was getting ready, and would be in soon. Hearing I'ootstepain the pur'o.' overhead, he asked who that was, ami was told must be the servants and tbe bouse-cleaner. After a while he beard voices which excited his suspicion. Saying he would be back soon, be went out and watched Iu a lew minutes the front door was opened and the young lady was seen bidding a tree ami tender tare well to a middle-aged male stran ger. The old bachelor went buck to the house, and there was a scene. He departed vowing that he would tiever set toot iu the bouse again. He has kept bis word, and sues to recover the money lie ad- vauced (or the lady 'a trousseau. Over 100,000 boxes of Dr. Moffett's Toethlua (Teething Powders) will be sold tbis your, and thousand of children will be saved from' an untimely gmtt. Onr drnggiat can supply the trd,'. An Interview with is late Yellow Kever Germ Hunter at tlrrant' Springs. Far tba DraMxral Star. Rcorter Hats you any objec tion, Doctor, to give m aoane imor nation for publication in tbe Dt4- ocbat Star t Doctor None whatever, sir. Oil what subject do you wib t.i b en-' lightened f tor I i m a fait oi all; ami 1 am aoiry to say that the edu cation ol the ople of Cswn Spriugs baa been aadly aeglevtetl, especially about quarantine. Kep, It was about tbis matter, or ra'lier your snore. in catching yelio1 fever genus, that I wialted to have Mi benefit of ytnr etluca 'jon and experience. Doctor W er,ir.you must I now that when 1 qimuHo k tbis job at tbe oor pitiful pittance of ten dol lars per litem, aud extra pay for Sundays ami uigb's, that I intend ed to find those germs if I bad io make them. My first effort was down on the' beach, where i understood there was mii old hull of a schoouer. I un accompanied by my chief lieuteu ant, Cupt. Bosh. He Informed me Ibat this was the reraaiusot the vessel with which Cv.enii Springs" a discovered. My suspicion' were at once aroused, in fact I should state that my suspicion are very easily aroused. WeiL sir, I' gazed Into this hull, and there, rable dktu I I discovered the long ' sought yellow fever germs, but Capt. Bosh said tbev weie sand fiddlers and devil crabs. I at onro'' raised his salary to three dol'tir per day, and he agreed with me. After some lioublo we succeeded in catihing half a dozen of ibeae rare' 8iecies, which I have named: "Yellow feverii grand! eospicioni." You must exense me for cukiig to yon in Latin, but between you' aud I, I get all my Latin aud med ical phrases out of B ill ami Lyons' almanac. The uneducated here ate' not up to that dodge yet. Kep. What a wonderful discov ery, doctor; your name will go dowtr' to posterity, us we say, "Unwept, unbonored and unsung." But what have jou done with these germs I Doct. Ahf there is where ttm wonderful comes in ; after securing these yellow feverii grnndi stispi oioui, J placed tbein in a boltltv tilled with genuine iurorted bran dy, -for which I paitl thirty-live ceiits a quart, and placed (his in charge of my trusty man George Washington, who was ou duty quar antining a road; on visiting hftir' two hours after, I touud that Geo. Washington had drank the brandy and filled the bottle with brauvh wuter. Kep. What was tho consequence,' doctorl Doctor Why, sir, as unaccount able as it may seem, the branch water had brought tbe yellow tc verii germl grand i suspicion! to life. and the brandy bad laid my man George Washington out aa effectu ally as if I bad been attending him" lor a week, and next week I will give you my experience hi over hauling schooners and fumigating charcoal. Good morning, sir. Kep. Thanks, good by, doctov. Treble Ex, He Obeyed. Aber.lecu Examiner. . ''It will be remembered that at1 the last term of the United. States district court, iu this city, Judgo Hill sentenced a man who had been' convicted of a etry revenoo of fense to "go borne, make A croty aud then coma back to Aberdeen and go to jail for thirty daya." . Well, the man obeyed the man date ot the court to the letter he- went home, provided for th WrW laje of his family by making a crop; and then, after the crop was "laid by," came to town lor imprison ment, and was discliHrgvd last' week at the expiration ot" hi term. It Is tbis wise and humane habit of treat jng petit offenses thu tem pering or justice witn nreTey tuat has made Judge &, Ai illllot the United States district court thf most popular oi MiscisipiutiH. While tbe ootton aud coru crops of Tate eonuty will fall tar below the yield of last year, barieople are really in a better condition than lor several years past. List year they paid 50 per cent more lot pro visions thau they have done this yeHr, besides having to1 buy their com and meat ut ver.r high prices. This year they have bought no corn and very little uieuf, and will clour more money thatr tbey did last1 year. Semtobia Reeorill , s i aoi ; UondOverae.rs." ean hare road summons printed'nt' this office promptly, In good stjlev. nrpl at reasannbla priees.. v