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3& 1 OtTKW JOtftSAt IF JAfLMI 4 GREENE COCMIES. P K. MAYERS, Editor ocramon. Miss: 4 CI FKiDAY ..Deccmbei ' '18.-1885. TO ADVERTISERS. The DEMOClt AT-STA It is tlie oldest newspaper on tho MiMissppi Gulf Coast ; has a large bon fide circulation tMm mj otlier newspaper in this section ; therefore, it is ths BEST advertising med ium. Advertisers, bear thin im umid. TO OUR BU8IKES3 MM. For the next issue ot the Demo crat Star we have hi ranged tor u special feature in which we 1iom to have 'he In-arty cn-oia-ration ol the business men of Scranfoii. It being the last. Issue for the y ear 188.1, we iioM'r publishing a gen eral review of the business move UU'll'S, KUOKW, taillllCS, HtlVMllt. ages ami disadvantages ol (lie past year with the result anil present financial Sllltllaof Hie (liftelCllt in- ilustnes of the town ol Sctnutou so fur us we can with tin' lights be foie uh. The issue will be. much larger than usual, us we propose sending out quite h number of extra copies on our own account, anil linye it I -ready orders for ii large number in addition, ami are exprct In ( more. Deeming ii, therefore, a most 0 ortuiie tiuie for judicious advrr Using, uiiil believing our busincs wcji will cheerfully cooperate wiih isin tin c nterpiisc inaugurated loi I be general good ol I lie community we ehali set aside bo much as ahull be necessary to be devoted exclu lively to the use of our local busi nes with an appropriate heading In thin space we hope every busi ness man of the town will sen thai hia business is represented. Ah we propose coining out a (lax eniJicr to avoid running iut Cin iet uia day, will lie compelled lo require ibai all w bo lesire apace jit this department will band ii tbeir copy m t later than Mouda next. All whom we have sect hUoiiI it bae spoken for space. bit don't wait lor ii h to come round If it ii arelelt out it will be then own fault. THE dead millionaire, Win. 11 Vandei bill, wan buried in a ver, plain coffin. -rgj.. . . - Sknatou Colquitt, of Georgia 18 an active leader in tbo temper mice movement. A FHoLICSOMfc young couple ot 80.uk! GO weie married in imsiaiin the other nuv. VK l.ave on file souie "wlnfei actiyr Irom Ilanison comity wbicli is filed tor imr next issue. ('Al'T. J A. lOSKIMS, ol B.O ik haven, advertises loi hfry live live 'possums for which he w ill pay null M. .1. M.Foid, brother of At tornev G tiers! Ford, is m ennd) dale Inr SnM-iintenileut of the eii itentiary. HON. J. U.t'FTB: B.of Coahonia county, is a candid, re lor Sieaker ot the Mouse tf Representatives Still tbev come! Mr.'Wm. Gkihjhk, one ol the proprieiois ot i lie Yi.-kshurg Her aid, has ln-cn apiiited postmaster at Vickslmrg. We have received Irom Colonel L-Q C. Lamar Ids iuiiiumI ifxnl i4 the Interior Depart men i, for: be fiscal J ear emlin June 34), 1883. We are itulelilejl to Hon. Daniel Mauninc. S-cn-tary of the Tieasn i, lor a cony of bis annual report on the B Lances t.r litis ear. JIlKS UEM2IK T0L8O5, of Enter prise, has isectired a clerkship in tlw Tresstiry Department in Wash rn,' ton. A VI DDI NO look place at Walls lak last e-k, with the tiHde. Miss Cordelia VaUfbn, aged thiitern jeais. We tiavo vii tw lor our next is te unoriginal Mory enltll.il: "Out of Woik J A Domestic .Story t f To .!y ;" by v'Lo,v cur iiobile C-rref;:f:H '. r.i. THE FORTT-NINTd OONOEESd. It is si bioiii Congress opens with so lltucli life ilud spiiil as is lleliii: mamleai) il at pit-Mi.t. While lite -eiiitte is wn silin will) the Hoar Presitleiil ial Succession bill, with the result extremely doubtful, the House is in Vol etl in a hot iletmte of the (picstlo'i of cli..l!i(lilM' lliell Code of rules. Tlie lolnier will p.obably be passed wiihli'ile or , no change, while tlie Uiter will pio b.ibly not be so loi Innate. Several billa of jieueial interest have been inlroduced in the den ate. Aiuonj; these is one tor the admission ot a portion of the Da kota Territory an u State of the Union, one by Senator J. Z. George, ot this Slate, to pension soldiers of the .Mexican War. This is the lull tliJt waa pasneil liy (be House dur inj; ita last session but not aoleil PIMtu by the Senate. AnotLer waa iuiroduued by Senator Ensti pro viditi( lor the appointment of a commission to examine into ami re port UHtu the merits of a method of iiioculaiiou lor the prevention of yellow fever, which bill waa pre pared at a meeting of the Ameri can I'uhlie Ileulth Association re cenlly in Wasliinlon Cltv. On last Tuesday Senator Vest iu'roduced a bill to incorporate the Atlantic and Pacific, Ship Itailwu.v Company. The object ot this bill is lo carry into effect the plans of Cupt. J as. II. E.nls for Im Idiujf a railroad acii.ss the Isthmus of Tc liiiautepec aud lor Hiving it the aid and eucouraeincut of the Govern meiir. A bill embracing a code of joint rules of the two houses of Cou ureaa haa b en lepoited by the Semite Comiuiltee on Kules. One remarkable feature of tins bill seems to have for ilsolijeci the pre Veiitioii of di uiikeuuess in the Sen ate. There weeuis to be aeteral diSiculiies iitteudint; the use of In toxicants by Senators. One nideti- nite tleb.itc, uiiothcr abrupt ami iiuiimely adjnuinmeuts, aud third ' ly the iuabiliiy of Senators to shed l heir giant eoiiceplioua in the lap of the universe when they happen to be too diiiuk to rise from their seats until the whole thiuz b is got ten cold, whic'a is exircuii ly ae lioutt. MltS. Ll'CV KlDD, for many years connected with Whilworth Female College, id lit link h.i veil, is a candi date tir S'nle Librarian. No lady n the State is better qualified or moie deserving the position than Mis. Kidd. - - i Capt. W. II. Uihdy, of Meiid imii, Is now rresuleiil ol the Gult Hid Ship Island Ii.iiltnad Company, and has just returned Irom New York where he has been looking ifter the iulerestsof the enterprise, It begins to look ns if this load wil tie brill ere long. Mil. Tandy K. Watts, of Me idian, Miss., who was well-known along this Coast as one of the jol best of our visiting commetcial lounsts, died very suddei.ly a' his home in Meridian, on the 12th. II was very ixipular with his patrons lo-re, and the news of his death will be leeched with general re iret. Mrs. A. G. Cowan, toimerly of flauibdHiro, died at the residence of her sou, K-diert Cowan, at Hal liesiiurg, a few das ago, after a lingering il'uess. The lieceiiM-d waa a me m I er of the MelhodiM Church ami die) in la-ace. She leaves four cliililii n mid many tela lives to iikmi ru her drain. To the bereaved, we tender sincere coll doleiice. TUK riesideut sent to I he Sen- ste, last week, a list of several bun died itiHiiiitalioiis made by him luring the recess, and they were n ferred 'o appropriate committees u nci ion. The polit-v a iopted bv the President has la-en lo at tit si send in such apMiiui incuts as will not invite criticism, and he has in vir'ed Seiistorsw ho desire to opiMise any of his seli-cliotis to give him their :vasotis, sod if lie cousidels Iheni Valid, the Mbjoctitiiable lioill iiiatlinic will be wiibdiamn. lOL. Jt'HN F. VrA.CE, ol the n.izleliurst CopUikan, one of the honoied Vetera ns of the Slsle press, died at his home in Haclrhiirsl, Miss., on the 13th iust. Col. Vance masalHiul COyesiaot age aud was the founder of the old Uazlehuist Copiaka in 18G5, of which lie was pltipilelor until the fire (it a few weeks ago. lie had long been a promiueut ttieuilwr of the Missis sippi Pleas Association, Slid Ills eu kas ever Iwcti recogidxed as a brave ami mighty factor 4n' the watmest battles ot Mississippi De mocracy, of wbi. h he wsa ever a tact that a large numb r ol ot ii Stall exchanges came out last week with supple- meuls of the President's message supplied I hem a! a s u.ill c si by Iheircily c(MeiUi"l'ai les wuile the Dkmocuac-Stau oiil.i cnu;.noeii a In let out line id it on ita nwii i s, ousilil:i,v, e jaal tepiad out Monday to see which article came nearest being "all wool and a .yard wide." We put the lathel imperii ueut question to about a h-i f dozen ot our business men, oflicials and professionals: "Di I oii read I he Presi"leut's messaue t" ami wit botif. exception received lor an swer either tho uiouoMylable, "No f or ''Sot entirely," while every one hail read ami digested our skeleton. It is one ihing lo dish out a good tiling in a iiaiiscaliiig profusion and entirely another tint more diHk'iilt thing lo administer an exact tlo-e. Oui motto Was "the greatest good to the greatest iiuuila-i,'' ihough it was much more liifUcult, ami we ticl a s.Mi red that we accomplished it. We publish elsewhere an article from I be Houston Free South, ot the home county of Capt. Fiank Bnrkitr, endorsing that gentleman lor Speaker of the House of the next Legislature. We fully concur in the endorsement, as we verily believe Capt. Ii .rk.tt to be the man most lieeileil ill that position, in the present sf.ttusot iitlur-i. He is it bold and fearless advocate ol what he conceives to tie right, and hence he dared lo criiicjse His Ex cellency in i he last campaign. For lb.it lesson he will doubtless be opposed, bill we l cully see no cause lor , ny opposition on that score il the administration is all right, as we are told it is. Bio. liuikill would iloublless be ileal h on doin his duty, but who isafiaidot thai 1 Tlie adinliiistitilion being from West Mississippi the eastern por tion might have a chance lo drop something in the balance. No wi"c man would knouin-U buy fine jewelry from an irrespon silile vendor, and iioihliii, is mine appiopi i.iti for a Chrisi mas pies ent I It. ill a choice piece ol jettelty. Hence ii is that we recommend to our readeis the establishment of E. A. Tylci's Son, No. 3 Camp stieel, New Ot lean-, us being in every way reliable tor plies, quality a"d Holiest dealing. Mr. It. F. Wlggiu who is well know ii to many ol our leaders, do a Hie repairing ot watches, chionoinetcrs, etc., lor lllis establishment. Reference will be had to the new advertisement column for further iulormatioii Ihe well-known inlegiily of 15. A Ty lei's Sii is 'he lu.i for this, our le.Miiiiiueini itloii. Give him a trial The only addition made ta tin Pieideutia succession b.ll as in iroiiilced in Coligtessis a piovistou lor the repeal of the sections from 117 to 150 ot the Ketised Slatlites, w Inch sections piovide for special elections to be held III case of a vacancy in the offices of President and Vice-President. Their lepesl will have the ettecl ot continuing the successors to the Presidency, as provided for in the bill, in othVe unlit the following general election. CAPT. W. U. Haiidy, Presideni of the Gulf and Ship Island Kill road Company, ainvcdat Missis ippi City last Monday w ith a corps of engineers o begiii a survey ol a route tor the road. The great question to !e determined is the lermiiial point, wb-ch may Im al most any where between here aud Mississippi City, according to the siH-rioi terminal facilities oQeietl. No doub' the Cipiain will have i.lclily advis4-rs al! along the line. nii we retrain for the present. Tuk Floiida Ttlegropk says: 'The lellow who recently sen! u a tail trail ol himself ami oilier medi cine men and f$H s'eil us lo pay linn lot it in adveitisiuu i latlier mHlest.v Medicine iim-ii a'-e pro lerliiaby UiimIi sI ; mi much mi, in- .leetl, lhat e bse to track IM.-in like Ihe mole by their liolca in the louud. I TRAMPS have rights winch other Wol I hless s-ople at e boil ml to le- ssi t, says the Supreme Coart ot WiM-onsiu. ' They sie eXH-cted, however, lo keep trsaiping. It 1 bey stop loo long la a neighlHir hoisl I hey are no longer tramps but viigiauls. SK5AT0U 1SLAIH, (si New Hani shire, lis lutio-liiceil a tiiil prons- ing an asieiMlinenl lo the coasltlU. lion ol (he Uai'ed Slates extend j iug the unlit of mifTriire t women, j st ' Lot WlA."A rugsr jrTowein are ' i . . T. . ( 1 1 i . a to "rtP ... i r i'i;i i fciTHirr sou l. view of th prices ate ru on g timber tbao ei THE AllfcUK AN EXPOS. 11 UN t'ruai our Special Cnrressiniti lit. Akw Oki.kan, Nov. 15, 1C Neither rain nor storm ran dis courage enterprme. Despite the murky weaiher of Ihe past tew (I. y-, ihe woik of uulo.Kiiug cars ami placing their freight in a lion in ( bo Kiposti ton iiiniiiiogs, has goue'oii" with a vim tb.it a ows wonderful results in itew display,' ami finishing touches. Tlie chaos ol a week or two ago, is last resolving into creations ol novelty , beauty inn! attract ions of eveiy dcscnpi ion, much to thesur prise of Ihe cmakeis who were mi loud and fervent In expressing it as their ''opinion Hi it this Fa p. mi lion wouldn't amount to much,'' u ml greatly to Ihe pleasure ot those who believed trotn the first that ir would be a "gruml affitr." It is pleasing to note the rapid de velopment ol all the eleme ts of success, pal t'ciilarly us so milch bait been said about the imlitt rence of ut her ' sections ot Ihe country J the backwardness of prcparaioii Oil the pail ol ( he exhibitors al ready on the grounds; the paucity of exhibits: ihe lack of em-ruy, ami the general eir of depression lliat prevailed tlltoull the bull. I iugs. Let mi one be deceived by the grumblings ami fault U uliug few. Tins will Im as kiiiii.I, as ricii as extensive, and in every way as iiaguifticeiii as the Exposiiioii of last year. It is the duty, of every journalist lo keep Ibis fact Indole the eyes ol their readers, especially is it the duly ot Southei ditois to do so, and iet the world know ilieiiniueii.se results ot this gte.it enterprise. Hie Government Building pre sents a tine appearance, most of Ihe Stales ami Teirilories having heir exlnhi's all in place and in pel led order. Missouri s showing etc. iles a "ood deal of merriment. It consist's! of tix great float cocer ed tcithadceftisement. "(l ily ih-se and holding mi lie." Mississippi has not yet received all tier stores nor been polished up as is intended by those in charge of ln-r eleyant and v iced exhibits, so I will have to pui oil mi account ot her Im in lies and wealth till a Inline day. lo'.vi) is making ii mighty etlorl for supremacy in display, bat is 'ic ing hard picssed by her sisler States, and it is im possible to pre diet which will carry of) tin-palm ol victory. There is a liltle more struggle in the liieinllv livaliy this year I hill there Was last, and tile results are more pict in cr-qtie mid . leyanl displays. The w niter meeting at t he grounds promises to be one of tare encii.iiit meiit. Some of the best stables in the country are already in readi ness on the grounds, and many mm a are on their way. The wet weal her ot the past day or two has not spoiled the track in I be least, I with the tlisi burst of sun shine, the favorites will tesi its coudiliou. M. M. . Mb. IIknuy V. Wall, ot Merid ian, and Miss L'.ztc It. Pierce, of Jackson, were united in mat riage at the Episcopal Church, iu .lack son, on the 9lh Inst. To the newly rtcilded pair we extend our con gratulations Hiitl 'vi-h i hem all the happiness and joy tho married state may Initii'. TlIE Dispatch fcatje, of Li.mpus. sas, Texas, has been di-sohed by mutniil consent, and Liro. M. B, Richmond is now sole pro; lietnrot the Lnupassas Eagle us be tore. I'he Eagle is now a neat. 7co'iiiuu paper. We hope Ihe "Duke" will soar loltily now, and eventually rest his weary bones in the luxuries of a millionaiie; and we will just bet he ilia's. Thanks to Senator J Z. George for a copy ot a bill iutr.Mluceil by ii im in l lie LT S. Senate, on the 8th iust., tor the extension ot the grant ol altera. te sections ot public lands made in l&jti, for tile Ix-nt-til ol the Gulf and Ship Inland liail road. for ten years from its iassaue. Ami we are also indebted to him lor a copy of the proceeding in dedication of the Washintoii uiou umelit on Februair 21. 1885. SCIKKTJSTS have discovei-ed by the use of the iuicniscoie, l hat the wisppiugs of Eyp'ian mummies deMsileil two thousand years lie lore Cm; were labrics 'Voven from the ramie plant, and that they were not made of silk, as has bet n sil- poseil. TnE II itiiesbui Dfmncrat, 'a alliutne print ltem.siatic, newsy family paia-r," as it calls itself rath er iMiastiuglr. iii its 1 ton 1 sarins. ' w hieli is st retell, d out in all entire coin 111 11 along by tlie side of its patent matter, atvie us to Miteml in our own business ami let "al ent aide paH'rs slone. Well. sr Haisi we are indulging in a bad h. il.lt, Ion it is to h ird to resist the temptsi ion, tor we esn almost im agine we ran hear the martial nnles of "Dirie" slid can r. j .y it -o u.oeO better than if voir s- ae fjte away tbe"Yitkee knwiisas-ka." If , , ' ' ciawl from nmler. lor Ibe Di" p t- Hl .Sl'lCAItKHhlllf. From Hnnitleu Pt-eu Sou t!u The Jiiauiion liepvbliccn In spir it unwoili.y the imal enltisr of Hull ji.uriinl, assails the i inul r.iney ot C jn. Fiank Lmkiit loi Hjn ai er ot the next House, slid, wnpislly, we lliink. ellaraea liiiu will being a iii hi ol "strong I reiiiilic. s and ini l.ible letii) erauii'lil.'' l,'a I. Kniklil is a man ot posiiive ruin ictions ami a bold, oiigmal llituk.f; lie has, loo, the I out age of his cimtictious under even Ihe urosi adverse cir cumstances, hul we who kisiw hi in well uiaiutaiu that be is actaaie.l by principle and Mot preimlice, and iusle.dol being ''trralable in lenr pciMllieal" lie IS exceeilingly tolet ant oil lie opinion of others, ami ttie very sool ol eourteay and bou or. We think we itndersf.rnd t be real ground of Ihe Republican' 0tposi lion to be baseo Upon Ihe lacl. that as editor ot the Menxemier C.ipl. Bnrkitt saw proper, al uuesriir bis tearless, otlt sookeo way to criticise ihe aids ol certain Slate nlbcials, ami brother 1 null apprehends I hut it elected Speaker he would appoint 'joiniint teesth.il would give Gov. Lowiy serious annoy a nee and i iconvcineiice. It is true Capi. Bui kit! has not agreed with Gov. Lowry in in my ol his public acts, out in the mosl iiriiui.ite relations winch has existed between this writer and ihe editor 0! the Memtn ger we have never heard til'U scak ol Gov. L'twry, ssiially and person ally except iu Ihe very highesf leiii.s, an. I in ihe h cited canvass made tor I lie nominal ion iu tnis county Capt. Bnrkill, ilhe reteired lo the Govei not at all in his speech, always spoke ol him, as a man, iu the tuos. complimentary language. It is. i eo. iv lot ion with Fi ink Bur km Unit it u a da y wtiti'b ill.- boa est journalist owes the people, lo point out Ihe errors and sdolt com 1114s ot public officials, even if they should be memoeisof, Ins own pal ly, and lie does It williont tear, la vor or a (lection, a. id a pny it is many 01 her newspaper iu mi in the country are u .t aciuated by the same moilvcs. Those who know bint well are uwaie of Ihe fact that he does not con line his cillioi-ons 10 tue opposiltou party, nor lo person, al ennui le-, but wilu a fruiii.n"S wlnull we think commeuilable, tells our own lolKsot Itieir mistakes and lilies a leiormsl lo". Ii Is hue, Capt. Bnrkitt did not I'.ivoiG iv. Lowiy's. leuoiiti latio 1, but wUeu 1 lie coir cut ion spoke he gave to bus aduesion to Ihe liomt nee, us (ltd all (..aid Democrats, ami we maintain that Ins opposi tiou to Ihe Governor Iwlore n.e noiuill it Ion c. 111 .01 legltnualelv lie made a bar lo his promotion. The Holly Springs South Coiuiilendiiig Li 111 for the posit ton oi SS-aker struck the key note wli.-n il, Slid: "We tiehevehe would make an rx. Cellenl presiding Ollli:ei', aud . he lacl ill. it let oppos d I lie uo.uiua tioiiol Lmty lor G.iveruor .ton d not make him the le a so. Men are not to be ostracised for the cxpres sloli for Uouiliii.tion ot an honest choice within 'he party. It so, ill -paity has lisell become subject lo a ring ami im meaiOers ill bedlv id etl and 110 longer obligated iu a pai ty sense. We usserl the opinion nnhesita liugly, 1 hat it Frank Bnrkitt should be the tie xi Speaker ol Hie House, he would appoint cotinulll i'S who will make Hie piosiieiily of th- Slate ami the well-iieiH (it its eiti isens then gin. tin- siai, and of tick no mate ojjiaai mould be afraid. e spins 1 11. 11 we 110 Know when we say, that he would not allow his personal h ellugs, if uuliieioliy lo tne Suite House people, or any one of Idem, loconliol liiiu in Ihe discharge ol a solemn duly to Mis sissippi, uuy more than he would appoint a coinnnttee 10 while wash a delinquent public official who might be his triced , aud iu this Mniou ot the Slate bis bitterest (a-r'MMial euein es will admit he could not I Hi I ml need to (lu Ihe latter under any soil of circumstan ces. In short Frank Bnrkitt is a man fine eopic, and a tneinl to iheir iuleiest and ad v aiiceio.-nt. and an enemy tonnes, coui'i nations and iiiouoiities, ami in uie dis naige ..f the duties ol SHiiker would have 110 friends to reward nor enemies lo punish, but pursuing ihe even leuor ol his way would put fortli Ins remarkable energy and sii nor ability to promote ti:e tajst in teiesiolihec tnouwealili. That ins prosp:is for elec-.oa sre immI we are assured li llle tone ol the preKsilirougho.il ihe State, and that he may lie elected we de voutly lo-. A LUtrtldN special says: "Al-tbou-h uut generally known John Wilkes Ii. 'th left a Ismily wife ami two children, a dauehier and son, now grown in wonianhoisl and maiibiMsl. This lanjily In.a lived in aeclasion and on. lei a false name for IWeO'V Veais. Thehk .re I6i iiieiiib.-is of the ! present Congress who were also the last. 113 of the old uiiula-rs air UeiniN-rats, anil or Ida new : memlsara 7. 'Total IVmooratie air DeiniN-rats, and of Ilia streogth, K't Tiers is a risli which is known aa the '-leather carp. and ihey are l.ll.l. ...ua. 1. I 1.,- L .... . - r ' N..r lin limine " a companion for ih ohl las'iiooe.l U-i ther-slesk GKS. E.'BT. TlMIJCBS, ot (e.rgis, died at IU home In Wiisldt'fr.m, fi (-. Tim&Lt t .nl . a "eo HVV V. i NEW ADVERTISEMKNTS. lirifina PreM'iifsI Where and now to Buy E. A. TYLER'8 SON Teiiir fbetrvf Jn IrfCrmfrgttc fvttlc cf rVTc cvOllctrrrs at No. S CJr ir'p f ttret, tr.d Ir Hc atf rrf (cntcftl cntiiefv rJZ stock tfXttWCtitS, CCiO rrd CILVin tVATrffrt. Z FIWE CCIF V I IF. V, ell cf ite latoet cSedgnc tma petteZP Kffy etccfc ccrsis of chotco artlcfc, which l.ave bek Selected wvHh Csie, erd will fee cfTcred at aa tcwprlcetaa! flrst-clacE ecce cert fceelbfy fce eold. All ratw gtxxiti no old stock. Irepectlcn of same earnestly solicited I MR. B. F. WICCIN will pay rpeclal attention to the re. pairing of Fine Watches and Chrcncmeters. Jewelry reMJp ed by first-class workmen at lowest rates. AMERICAN WATCHES AND LOW PRICES A SPECIALTY f 3 CAMP ST., NEW ORLEANS. DO NOT FORGET IT! IVeBmbar 18St THK Mississippi ConferencA Of ibe M. E. Church south met at Me ridian lust Wednesday, prewded oer by. Bishop McTyeire. Rev. C. O. Ainltews, of Vicksbtifg was vrs re-Hectetl Sreretar.v, and tl.e at muling commiitees wer sppoinf. eil. Tbi re were alamt 150 members present including lay delegates, among the latter Is-ing tjnile a num ber ot prominent citiacus of the Suite. lUAKItlED. At thn riwiihiiicB of IbM brsU's father W. Z. !.. Kau . iu AmitM minnty, near Lihertv. Miss., on llerenrls ri. 1SH5, Klil.-r li. N. 'Hall, of Knnimii. soil Mins Makt Km ma LkA, of Liberty, W. H. Tsektr, oflii'iHting. Tito uiuiiv frieriU of Brother HaH will rejoici) to koow tltut he b found h. b miit In svtry wsy wan by of liirn ml woll qu ililiwl to m Ioiii tlie station "he tins Iwen .-alio I to occupy. ff. B. Tucktr.in BaptM llrcvrd. f Ths (look down her over which Mr. Hull wits oiicb the.bcloved iliepbent wil bo ilrl tabled to bear of Ids bnppy union. Wo extend congratulation rnid best wia'ei. MARINE. Okkick or tuk I'kmisjkat-Star. PasuaiIoci.a, U.-B, IS, l.sso. ( UsHirt for tb wevk onitiiig Deo 17. AimivKU. Kor l.k Kilwiti Arutunu, 3-W toils from Pul- ma (o llotiry. Nor lik WuniuiTK, s)linii. 9ii tons from Kio to Jiim-iiii to Hn iter. Am uh L M Uiintzler, Alhert-i, 66 touti from Key Wea I I. N Hanuler. , CLKAKANVKH. Ami ftcb II Bu lilig, Vo.-,s, 14-2 ton for lis by uiiiHtxrwitb HJ,4M fert I'lin- li. r vals ii 1.1 1?&0. n sch Honlus HnvBr, Wright., 4GS tonn fa- B.liiin.nB by lluury with 4.W. 1)00 f. et 1 11 10 her. ' Am wit h'i'eit H.itiw, Morj;iin. I PI tun f- r Key West by f nit.'V.-ut. Sl Kavru with lU.h'JOfeet 1 11 111 Sew .fdreri'ntcii". MihrrltT's salt. Y. M.vaitNKX vs, W. A. Iawso!( By virtue of sn execution directed to nie in the sbovo Hinted 011 use, will sel. it t public sue. ion, 1. 1 lhebi)h'st iiiilili-r lor cash, ut the Court -house, in s, ranton, n Monday, the Ut day of t'vby, ISSii within legs I bnurs. tins fallowing do ncriheil pri.piirtv, to-wit : W. A. Ouwwn'ii Htorn Iioiim. mill dwell-itig-h.iiise, with a pnitian of son lie.-ml cornel- of lot il. in Ihe Kb e Kt'el.s ti f 111 m.'1'hiiioii. J.M-ks in o.mi ity. Al,., f.onlin 4. feetou Krelw uveinio. liy u ilentU ot J5 leet, l.i satisfy plaintifiTs J.lill'llelll for Ut.:!3 and all eon . KHN E. CLARK, sli. ritr. DeceiulsT IS. ss.'. 4i-4t LA.I -OTIfJE. Land :)rKica at Jackson-. Miss., i UwenpH!!' Id, Ins.1. Kolic in bernby given that Ilia follow ing UMinod settler bus tiloil linlii-ii of hm lot.Milion to umkn hiiul nriMif u nilio t ol bin claim, siul that mo. I proof ill H1 maile Iwloi'ii t'i .lu.life i in his aWnce the Circuit Clerk t Murnutoii, Minn., ou Jaaumy 110, Iiisrt. vir.: Jobn Fairlev boni.-st. al entry No. Q,,t, for thn a Id'.. HBqr.. seclion 11. anil w hi'., aw qr., see tion U township 2, soiuli raue 1 went. Ite limin-s lli.i tollowiiij; Kitnesnea to prove his eoniiu-xuia renidenco iiniii ami cultivation t naiil Isini. vii.; tieiloriek Msisball. Mai Mixou. Iain, Cotton. Anion Mixan, nil of Crona Koads P. O., Jackoni vonutv, Mih. JA U. 6TKWAKT, Kflgintsr. Deo Pi, ISA,. UAit f '"EEi;'3 READING Fi. . 1 H tlX GOOD FAMILII8. - uAnw nd tb nttufl and adri" ul trt tiihh.m or MD(U oil a poslal j A rt, frvr tor younell an4 I u(UMBa)waunBeop;of .Uk l: : ii Hirrvt u lFrirr ' 'TkalllMiaU PiuibWiiUbh H I lib nllCilia UUIIalllUUUtll OUR THREE HUMOROUS WRITERS "UKCU B(HU)t" WarS. fimm Mttokat al aw ffeva. laM I "ILL Rf 'I" Nmim la trt tor Iha NM ana laaa. ETSYSll.TnJ lull taM la vt Car" War Merle, BkllM-s mi TrmvL K- rswma, rn, Ailv itwM, "The Farm. Thm Hvlifi1i!, Com-tfifils)M Tw-H 1 45ra. 1 hf itf np n1 Beat Wvt&tV tAet 9 ty liww.kr iA the tamUy. mo a rg- iL r& a fptcii'c copt. frci :;Poilevent & Favre, S I VAKL FAC1 CHEHS AXB tU(R I r a . jCl'2.&.iSSE3 L'sSi!t Mots.'m. t laMtr, LMiU. Itrrtri Vimhtr. Ele. rxroMTMMJor cmdam asp mafogam m karat Wr? a.otitiM rs-y, a-aea 1'l.nnr aaA Vahnc. Lumln-r rairwa la rrw. .TMn-.nl arttHm inud la tnf aai lnrp tM rwnfl- I ,n rv l--r Alw Crwa-rwa. Hm Tinw. PiUajj. rta., faraunVni. lit if F-rlir, m fiti I s, ksiirftf. raara (.S.-.y I -(' .. t,i.i.n v.Hoa. al IW rii(, f Wta.Uii. rakSr kj J - a-' ' WS-ii I I MAM, Apcttwrj. tcRAXTon, Mtmmjppi. Wb hVB jntt nceiwl eoniiilHWi wt of Meilivm.-a. ClienilcsU. Pulrnt Mll uilien. .to W teHpettfnllv WIiei , Kf MMt of Phvuarmns. 'milie suit .u miMeiiM ia .S.-TSIHOB nd iiiiitv, nml hmw to trB rot ire MtlHiiou In di tnme h' iy faH nwWl Iheif ntainm. Mnti. emii onf onfy of tBe W-n (ptHlitv. but nt 'lw tBWeirt prieen tmy obliii tut ash. TVu ar fully nrensred criptiotm ami lUsteuM uUiiue. J '".i. or mgiifr Lioreniber I , IStJS. .jy Petition fr Licene Itetail. To tho Honorable, tbo Board of Sappt- ' iii""'i. rwaiuiy onaniaiiiuh . W. tlie wixlrraiKii si. lenal vlrufibo 4tk tii-rTrsorn Uistriet Jarkmo. ...,,., Htittx afnrenuM, nwowctfully raeoniiiiw'iir CHABMlTJ Ii (XK-HKAN ami A.NT0NK KKAMt U, (airtnera doinu Inioiia aa awler the Dim name anil sty (a of L'oe.irau A franco, ia lsj of gisst roinitutioD , mil sober sod sinluMe jiemom to miva ticeiHO t refuii v.uona unit fpiritnuH li.pmn In less minsti'ien than one (fallun, Wi, tbrretore. ask tlmt yos grant In-.hw to the said CoelirHU Jt f'ruueo .lri;iiii an nfo. nuiit in their sulism, in rlsi tawnnf Ocean Hpilnga, for til" peikat of Iwtlrw montba. slid iu duty bound will aver jirjy. etc : R A Vanclrare Geo Brown L Viinitht H P MatlmMi Win Loreliz.l (ieo Kuirlev 0 . A Cox. I) O C.Mie ) II Minor V Buitm'r J) I i. k -on T It Kriar .Im Koiziun Mike Jmn Ji.bii Slninnahaii II V ICansell 'I lion IUii a. n Deliniis Seymour Kil MiiiiiIh K M VYenl W K Hiiiiiiioua H V Iyi.wil Jon Laudi-riLiI ,ohn Kr.'.-inun (ircen Ssrlier J H Cniilmt J V M'ller C N Kellaode Jobn ( vWktn Gisill Tanly II I. Wealbnmk .1 I. Clark K jStiipleisL ISillnai .tioiieH Kyan H lli-anxn Sr S.ilin B lleiiiijti z B Kyan' B J Itjni. Cal vin Kyan K. Ileaiigex L ( Mmiin l Ii VI llenporto Son tiellauil,. AIiiIioii.su Beani Thou Anns V I) Bnll.K'k I. CCo.ilr.vl Ayei-a John .1 Stiirks I' II Adoioa S.-m I' Slarlcd L W Armstrong I'M T.p Ii W Brown I' K lioujiini Clin-. Il.-iiii.ut J I'avin l'.li Broiiiiim i I eej in nir 8 II Bml .In lea finite A linwon II Colnxici T .1 ls-ll r' li-o-ipie M Chihls Tinio lioir. H. J K('. le.v Kiigeiii, liorreas Ch ls T t ii' Kdn Horrcan Thon ilauniry ri lian lleKiHirii. .M clieiil Kml Li.tiia Fountain J II r'.nni l:nn IK Gulb Aliclnnl Kilhi:nr, V Ii Ui!l l.ouin (ini. e (im. 1 1. or 'I John A If u -sen K V I ailuier J 1 .ViPboll mil .S.-v ni.nir l.oni-y ins V'iin .S A Mo. r ,). 1(.mim.,.ii I 1! .Vionilo s.-iii v r Keymo .rar.Viayi s'j inoui jr Iv cbnioiiil Molt lint Colliim K J .'loniHll iStapliN Kinieis Miiitin John Snlni K.linuinl .liiilin Paul Fergoiim Moi-icl yUluiiii I i link Ki'i'om-n Julin Mi'Dowel Jul. a Kyan Henry li (ii!lrn', 8ou Welilei Albei't Melanin liriiml il 'use P II Oirell Wanliiii'tloii II. nine I'.-to: ii.ian Eiig.-ne Tibleiinx, M.inziloMS Beau ses, l' A H.iiii.Siiy I ntaim t-'ergniies J M liolnTls J w elurk, liih-y B. oil nlias seal I II"-t.i-ie John seyinour CI rlliij K I't'.-tf. ilo R w Siiiidl.y cl.'inoa sovinoiir Loui')' moiir Alex hliowers Iiaviaoiiil ncviiiiinr w I liniiimn win Ames l.ouis w stbronk W M Bills, jas u i-bb j N Uanm n r, a'"n AIi'i-imI liyuii iU'iirjr w aril nionin l(a I. . ion Kyan J i- win e bite Lo i l.yan f win vvalton il.-nry l.'y.iii au! 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A i Uar.v inon Kvan It C B. llnniii l et. rcinift win n.yn.onr MC (; . loth Alex Mnll.-y Mall. y'Ueo Mnlley lloiiry Malloy A Ualhii" Tbo UullotU Jim Nobles i. in I'i.elpa L-v I'helpa Bei-naid llaxpi.i as.vinoiir Biinq" II. jll. ll. r.rco l'rlcr J S...VUI0III' InTW.KKV ".viiK.nr Allred seynnair Lazarnn aijaionf iu A scA'inour J"bu K.van Mi.niu K)ii Pol. te Kyiin K L Tanly A i w-HHlcmk t M Dick 'aimeou (jeoige Oeo w 'lbiu Kuiile Envtlmrtli Tboa 1 Kerp Lonia tijm A Kg in Jas V Cania M A auuiaoiis H It Minor in wsil.riKk elms K nehraiilt toyle A catohot M'sms Seymour J "" .erg- Arn.lt J B wiggiiilou It nry K L 1'evlps W M Mill bleu l RichanU Mayttohl Koht Oreyer Pbil McDonald lieiiabaw Jake Carey elare.lcs wanlnnKt,,!! nam Fernll win Toehe D-iniel Ul ' Bcllande l JHillA V K.maialiesB u Jeiikiim E Ladnier H Bellioan B..HI O" Uaborno Uva mu- Va teve-U Alex (" era Stephen Nation Geo Kami C '"'""'J nacber Emaniial Keya lrM L,"'"w1'"" (ieo williama h i Melnuia Kicbanl wliiw i a IWhe D Ladnier L K-yant onrt Ladni r a-ha Aimatrong jas u..Mea o.r all. war.) . J On lm, A Him fc moiid Qa-ive J. Uall-tt C LD Hi" jeiikeiiab Oarric E-lwaitl MKiior.. j.--. HlclniM Noel KlPliam a a -"""', ,. in. c -ev u. U IVlaiicy - T 'M"l Z H ..bl Oeo mally John uoble H man u i A P.-rii. jiai Bumey Laocaater f H dloniai. Cat.- ealviu OVorire A i Ui' " ware J a b M.Uae a w K-.anay V priest sam K ware v buruey H K w.HKlmaa Homer B'trncv, w U Bills, j M Hnrlls-rt J ii. (i..v.siTb.,Tner Jo. w..h Hrai? jW Th. wel.li Lenin Kiutiey Pr.r.ln Iwm-T iebn Undmrn Tb. w rilliaiu. Jri''' Us.k Klebla. B William. "' j ynave G-o M n.ro maim Q""" VM ihaniber. m rha.nle-r, CM ! metb. Elliar..flreo Pb-r-ou KW la Oeo Kubla Alfred B.-g .J Tboa eliauiu.m asm Tbomin K rair TU-Richanla Th.nx will.ama ar W fi Qnave jerry almweiw "l ,T-J S And lJu wm Qnave Oliver Hra.l " Oalb.w.r jalaaOalloll Ch- G.aba" m ael H aurtSo Oo MelviuGrego". rw miH-r 4. 15. - " ts:.p notice. Land Orrica at ctml'.J?" Ing named a. ttler row tiled .erf- inMiitlon to a.akr flnai pr-sa .a aorr of nia rla.m. and tb aai.1 trm mate tn.(..re ibe Jo.le, or ta " . lb. Circuit Clerk of Jscknor rV',,: sraW.ii, Miaa on Jannsry ' . f--.,. I U Da. In. L..me.trf j, th. . hf . w .,r and - bf lr' '"" toa onhip . r-.lllh ra er wenl. He mea tbe dh.wmg J , to ,.rov bia cHO.i.n..... rht and cnllu .1 ...a f s-.-l '"'l4- 'Z, M' -Holland, Km b-rd " 1 fc. "Zl S.s-1 . Jack-, -;4;iVwAT. t- in rna...!.' It. t-'V SalHTibs STAt. chainpiot). Teaco to bis sbc! Jpectwl.