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I TAX TITLES. An Important DwSicii. Tbe following ia hu interesting decision ou tbe subject ol tax title, now ot great interest oil account of the large purchasers ot Statu tax limits. Tli in decision whb rendered liy tbe Supreme Court o( tliisSinie last week, in tbe cas ol L. P. Moody J. M. iloskius, tin mim'mI Irom Lincoln county circuit court. The. Supreme Conit reversed ami re-iaiiucu u. xhf ,,,,, 0f case iu substance nm a follows: Certain laud involved was sold to tbe Statu for taxes in Jauuuiy, wunu belonged to infant woo, nyine statute then in force, code ot 1071, bud the light to re ueem mesHine within one ,eai aftc nttainiD nil! ate. On Ai-ril 13 1876, tb;it pnrt of t lie corlo of 1371 was lepealeil, and all lands belli by iiiu r l u r e lor luxes were declared to puicba.se, aa provided by that act by winch tbe State proposed to . convey an absolute title to tlio nur chasers fioir it. The land in ques lio.i Was purchased from tbe State in December, 1878, in pursuance of t ins act, mm is now he-lii by nppel lee, who denies ibe right of tbe in fauts to redeem, as provided by tbe cone oi icwi. ue conn siiys: Tins presents me question can tbe 1 isla tore. uiier a saie lor taxes uuder a law which secures lo (be owuer tbe light lo redeem the land, take away ii nd destroy this right! We answer in tbe negative. To admit such a right is lo concede tbe power to transfer valuable rights from one to another by the easy process of leg islation. By its purchase of this laud on the third of January, 1876, the State acquired uot an absolute title, but a condition or contingent one, which was lUble. to be defeated and divested by the redemption of me ooikis, uy act of April lo, 1876 Tl.Ia .;..!. ..1' I .: j. ii 10 ii.ui, ui ii-tiL-iiiJiioij was ne strayed by enacting that the title tbe State before that conditional and contingent should be absolute and unconditional, am) held free from any right of redemption. This is not legislation, but confisca tion, and is beyond tbe power ol the Legislature. The right ot re demptiou as secured by (he law in force when the sale was made to the State, was altered by act of April lo, 1870, and the purchaser from the bfate took the laud subject to iuis rig nr. Xo More Tree Pufls. Chicago News. It might just as well as not be understood Hist as last. The rail- roau men ot tins country are not going to yet any free pufls in tbe newspapers after the Inter State Commerce bill ioes into eifVcr. A.s soon as the tu-e pa.v .steuf dies the custom of retelling to Col. tue general pa.-feiii-1-r agent ol the & railway, as "a talent ed, geuial and popular official,'' will fail into disrepute. There be bo gniii.il no, nor any culrured gentlemeu in the railroad business unless they pay for their geniality and their culture at regular adver tising rates. Nor will there be any more colonels in the railroad pio feat-ion on or after the 31st ot March at. least, 6o far as we are concerned ; every man enjoying tbo title of c.olo-iel by virtue ol his al'ili'y to issue a free pass will be degraded to the rank of a plain mister us soon as this Inter state Commerce bill becomes a living, breathing, seuliueut, desolating thing. '1 lie gtiniing monopolists suull be brought down to the buai Hess level ot the average meek aud lowly patrons who stand a. on ml our do its wailing to get into line lor their turns .:t the advertising win dow. When they seek pi-raounl uoti'-esiu the papers they will have to pa for them, and when we in turn tiud it necessary to patronize tue r;u 1 1 oi d we will walk. 1 WM. V. i.J.ROU JON I UNDERTAKER . y J J .:l II Northwest corner Concetios and Couti streets, .MOBILE, ALA. 9 a mil supply of every article iu the trade. Panetnal attention siren to V orders received night ur day. A full supply of Burial Kobes kept iu stork. Prices reduced iu accordance to tbe tiiuea, and far below city prior. July '2, lK. !W-l v Hi H. D. TtlcCown, DKALKR IX .Ittm'M 1'oMlh't Mf Bw' Clothing, Hats, SniHTS AM) FCXSISHIG GOODS, Corner Common and St. Charles St., SEW 0RJEaXS,A November 12. lSSfi. 37-tim Tilrs. E. Quinn, Xo. 99, Danphiu St MOBILE. Has fast received nil the 'utest stylus iu Liidiea aud Children a HATS, BONNETS, BIRDS' WINGS, Etc. Also Embroidery Silk at 7c per dozen, Zephyr Worated at c per oz, Killoaella Arraaoue and C lienollu at c p-r dozen. rP"All order by mail promptly attend ed to. November 19. 1S6. 3rt-6oi T. Cowan C. L. COWAHl. E. T Cowart & Bro., TUE iTkaDINU Produce Commis'n Merchants OF MOBILE, ALA., 38 3t 40 N. Water & 16 A. IS St. Michael St. Have constantly ou hdud all kimliof Western aud Cunutry Produce such a choice Apple. Potatoes, Onion, choice Tab'eTea. Pecans, etc., etc. Order and consignment kiudly solicited and will bave our pergonal attention. October's. ISaS .TJ-6a Henry Hamersen, 8occeaaor to Fenrinamf Smith, RESTAURANT And Oyster Saloon, No. 3i North Roval afreet, MOBILE, ALA. Ladies' private diinn saloon up-atairs July 4, lfU. l-tlm Orleans , Qarber Shop, GEO. BU3KHE2, P??prietor, 149 Common ti-et-t,. Opposite LadiiV eutrauco to St. thai I New Orleans. Polite attention to tram-iei-t ento All work iu the tonnorial art done rtiattc maouer. Oct. lo. 1T. 3-i MItS. KE.VA SANDERS, Millinery, hq AND Dress Making, 4,' Pauphin bt Mobilk, Ala. Also Z)r. Warner's Health Corset for ;le, COrdcr promptly filled. t ebruary 't-. 17. 52-bm jriTDeittERITTT- kiLerGoma's'n Msrsha&i 21 Sontli Ruinpnit, bead of New Gasiu, New Orleans, La. PontoOlco Box 3V17. Drawer No. . M n. and t,. Kxc hangii. Oct. 19. loi. S-i-ly GbO. W. WOKWF.R. Al'UL'KTl'H Chaft. Woelper $c Craft, SEW OHLFASS. Manufacturer and Importer of HAVANA & DOMESTIC CHi ARS And Wholehule Dealera in riug and Smoking luboxco. A few of onr loading brand; Apple .lark, Clnnn Sweep, Angel Food tobacc o. Great Miusissippian, Tiin.-g Uemm iat, If. linoi Cent rut, Planters l'ride.Jervel cigars. May 14, lHe. Il ly J. H. Carter, WITH ZUBEKMER & BEII Wholesale Grocers And Contniission Merchants 33, 35, 37, 31 aud 41 Pstcr struct, . Comer ifUruner, NEW ORLEANS July 4. IrteVi. 17-1 rr t t- '1 McKay ifeRoch riorRiErous WAVIiKLV STABLES AND I UNDERTAKERS AU1AL OIRLLI, f Bet weeu Register office aud lluttle IIou MOBILE, ALA. 4L ,J; MT llieireieiiant liuo or UndrrtakerVTS.im. aturi- lira ui-oii are seiecten irom tue oet mannlac- ,f ,nu ..... th department aecoud to none. Mr. h. r . I'lC'KETl', at Scranton .i authorized to act a our agent, and orders through him will have onr prompt atten tion. KcKAY HOC HE. March 7, !Sf7. 7 ly A oiio : i.nlv .ni'l .: sih.iII, biixul- "r'ye.l -ntru-il a mn-fl i-nr oil "Like men lie l In iilln-r iilli-l uuii. Tlif Lilly ilrMi.siii-il lirr fMleniiil lue Iii'k mill I he ItfH imi. , 'Aunt Ellaaniil tbe boy, "what iinikeM tbe tn-ll line; V 'The ih iter riiiiM the bell." was the reply. 'What iIoi-k he ilo that fori" -Yhy, be iloeti U to l cj itii ft- tbe r:ire. "W ImI iloeK he ilo that for f T.ei-aiiM! lie ban io." "Oh." Then there wn it-Rili-iice iorlmlf ihiiiiite. Presently the boy huhI : "What is tbtit round tiling ii there V That ia the n'RWlfr." - "What is that foi I" "To reaister llm late." "Von naul the rinsregintereil the fail-." No. I iliiln't nay that." -Yea, yoa iliil, Aunt Ella." "Now, Johnny, ilou't yon contra- !ict me; you are u naughty boy." , "Well, that what's you saiil." A ailcnce of two minutes follow ' 1 '""-is broken by the boy, who jly, Aunt Ella, what made -me thai tbe ring registered i-V I ilou't know.' jit iliil say so, didn't you, Anut j'H, Johnny." jieii what made yon Bay you f ., it !" didn't say that 1 didirt say so. k bother me, Johnny." Jut number brief silence the ' wet ii rued to the attack. "Say, U Ella, did yon jjo to Sn inlay -;l ubi'ii you was little T" es; child, of course I did." "iil you take any prizes V l'es, lolsot theiu." JJiil jou tell wrong stories then finch us yon do now!" 'Johnny, you nie a had boy. I tell your mot her." lsli you woiiid tell her two s ; that s w hat I wish." Vhy, Johniiv r use . you wouldn't ti ll the E. ii. TYLER'S1 SOfJ Takes pleasure in informing the public of his establishment at No. 3 Camp Street, and invites attention to his entirely new stock ot ifMHiunuB, wku ana silver WATCHES, and FINE cold jewelry, all of the latest designs and patterns. My stock consists of cho ce articles, which have been selected with care, and will be offered at as low prices as first-class goods can possibly be sold. All new eoods: no A . . - - 3 - - oia stock, inspection ot same earnestly solicited ! MR. B.KF. WICCIN will pay special attention to the re pairing of Fine Watches and Chronometers. Jewelry repair- w UJ iiror-ciass worKmen at lowest rates. AMERICAN WATCHES AND LOW PRICES A SPECIALTY! 3 CAMP ST., NEW ORLEANS. NEXT DOOR TO CANAL. -ly December 18, ltMtj. CAVANAGH, BARNEY & CO., WHOLESALE DEALERS iS Machinery Mill Supplies OF ALL KINDS. Also Ageuta for Boston I't-lting Co., lioltiug 4 Hose, Heury Diuton Sl Sons' Sawn, MOBILE, ALA. Novemhi-r 6. lStS. Fr;i': Hoase aid Rsshmit,; LVTUE OLD KELIADLE. 106 - St. Charles - 1 06 WM.TROEUEL, Frcprietor. The Rcntaurant at No. 106 St. Char If ntm-t. known a FKKU'S HOT SK. having Iweo thotunuhlr rvHttfd auH rf!MfvatMl and Bupplitl with thn Ltttwt iniprovnititn ftr me voaiiuitoi m patrons. iuoiu atyie counttTfi have bfn removed mi . iviiluvel bv tblfs aud tonifortablel cliatri. The Met-vi.-? of su ext'IHUt Cook havn bn cunil fur the aeanim. Xo iuriva Iu prirea. Loilifiue up itiaira. Meait at an u lira nay or iiigm, Ihia buutv hiu no fouoet tiou with any other of t)io stuiie uanir. i KEMKM13EB TDK NUMBER ni r i ui niMi-.-.i,-'!fi;. 106 ST. CHARLES ST., t wo iloorn ubove 8t. ChrleV Thtatro, mi 39-6UI GOAL! COAL! COMPASr, 1LABAU COAL t COO Succewwra to ANDERSON k DA BBS, SlCiirondelet St., NEW ORLEANS. ALABAMA. lilTSBCHG, AXTHKACETE Coal iu liotr.lie.Kls for shipnioiif. Willntmi duliver Coal at all ntation on L. & N. K. K. jetn e n Mobilo aud Now Urlrau, at the folio id prices, viz : fiteAm Coal in r.r to.d lot, per toll $4 00 ;ite or Stove liuU br i-itilout lota pnr Ion.... 4 75 Septroln!r 10, li:ti. a-tim limes; that until FURNITURE ! PH. SCHOCK, Sutcrasor to .11. I. HORRES, IKALP.R IX Furniture of Every De scription ! Price lower than any other honso ii 'he South. .12 Dauphin street, MOBILE, ALA Dpc. 84. 16. 43-ly Peter F. Alba, Undertaker Mississippi' Jewels. Bill Arp, wiiting to (lie Athintu Con stitutioii, li.is the tolliiMiu to ) ubout a spi-ciiui'ii of tin .MLssissii;,j girl: ".Vliiii host tit Nfwton keep-s n niodf! hotel ami J paid hit bill with ii iicdin moil siii Uliiei inn. 1 Buy u modil i-oiintiy hot f I ilin best I have fi-i-r toiiiid, for nil the work' is lione by bin pirtt.v iliiiili ters, unl it i.i ilom merrily an I neatly ami ibi fare wrt-i just wjili-n dnl. Tlicy mi' not iifiliameil i Im-Io their tooils i)aie"t make a livin'. Thi-y urn 'nai t iml pretty ami uehiireil. How uluilly u-niiM 1 hi-I come lliciii an mv il.iuliti'i'K in I in' i r . ... ur t nu in iiiimi Kiiuir tli.it mv oov8 woio sati. atn triim want mid sale IVnai coci.il folly." FKH.A.'U S. FJtEntIC, Parisian Dyer, 99 St. Francis St., MOBILK, ALA A Younq Traveleu Little Hiss Lilli.m MoAi thy, a little irl ouly ti-uyeam ol.l, inula niece nt Mr. ituJ Mir. Trescuti, ot Viuls. bur?, airixeil in this city by the II litiois Central railroad on Sunday Hlttrtioon, all the way Irom Wash instoit City by herself. The little lady seemed to be peifecily pelf .nsses.Heil. and resumed her trip to Vicksbui n yesterday moi ning alter a nieht'si rest at the Edwards Ilonse. Xeto MiemtiipputK. At Brooklyn, iu his speech last week, GoveruorUill said: I would remove Kepublicwig from office, in proper eases, not upon technical or tnnnped up charge or false grounds, but because they Hie Republicans, and are opposed to tin-principles or my j arty and to its buciei.8, utul their retention in inipor'ant plat es Is detiiuiei.ta! to the public interests which ie seek to promote. "My dear," said n friEhteiied phisiciau in the middle of the nigh' whete did you put that bottle of strychnine r '-On the Kheif, next to ibe .epperniiut' '-Ob, Loul !" tie jrioiiu.-l, I Lave swallowed it " Vell, tor Goodness Sake," wbixiwr. d hw wile, ''keep quiet, or you'll wVe tbe bsby.-lyorMkttee TeU-tram. A Chicago mauls said to be writ iu bookio fhowtlat widoss tsvesom. mjsteri ,, ,s .0weroft. tra. tiou formdi-ent n en. He will ire l,8t 0f U ,e etujDeot h ure m.rri ilows. rje LixlieV. Gi-uta' sucl Children'! Clo'.lies cleaned hv the Chemical Dry ProccM with out takinr to pieces, and warranted not to ink. . Feat hem bleached, Uj ed aud Curled. Puraswls Cleaned aud Dved SilUa. Velvet, Fine Laces, Lace C'nrtaina, Cahuierrtt, Blauketa.otc. Gloves cleaned. IIES WARKASTCD FAST. LtrAll ronntry work eutrntel to me will receive careful and promjit attentio.n ucrouer l, wi. 3l-m Heaflanarters for Country Mercian!.! Hotel Rayals MOBILE, ALA. JOUN C. POLLOCK. Proprietor. (10 yeara with I he Battle Honat-. Th llOTKL KnTAL ffornnrlv Jm Kt. Juuies) has lieeti en'ir-lj re-ltttd aud newly fu uiHhed thioiii(hint, and is the most central aud comfortable hotel in the city. CtyRiit. timod ki.bO per day. fovenilT 19, l(v6. 34-3ru Mm. Jf arch. M. J. Lawler, T. W. McOosalh. ii. J. McUkrmott. McDonald, Harch. & Co MAxrrACYuKERs or MONUMENTS, Tombs, Gravestones, DTantcls, Etc., Royal St., bet. St. Lonii and St. Aotbanj-, -AND- IYERY & gflLE$TABLES Nos. 43 and 45 South Rival St., Mobile. Ala. 3 L'iu.n l.ul II..... I f -I- . . - i KCaitea, the latest at v lea of Metalic, SI a "Very irrade of cheap cofllna. Mavin(f refitted onr establishment with all late improvements, and huv- inu now ine larceat grocs on Hand we are ena'ded to sell at reduced rates. Customers eoti aoling their hwle to n will be guaranteed aatlaf.ir tiou. umers oy teiegrapn will receive prompt attention itml satisfaction iri.aranteetl. Special attention paid to the buying. aim aeiinijf oi unrses ana velilclea. March i. 1.. - 7-lT II. I. BUCKLEY, t Camp Strt, Vw Orietns, WATCHMAKER, Aud Dealer iu FINE WATCHES, Jewelry, SilTerwrc& Spectacles Every sortof watches repaired. Jewel ry made ro order. IHamond. re-sa in newest style. All at reasonable price and fully guaranteed. April 24, 18M5. 8-ty JAE7IS TUEKEE'S SONS & CO.. MAJI t r ACTI HKRS OT- t7l r? MOBILE. ALA. Jannary 14, 1-c7. 4lm LACLEDE HOTEL, MOBILE. .11-1 Ererglhing Sew and Modern Batew, f Prr laj. C. P. KMKDLklH. r, , ri li . . . . v. L The Habit of Co.mplaixi.no. The williiijriies.x, cUeei tiilni'SH mid dctfiiiiiiiHiion to do onr tltity, with wlni li we ;i-i;ept nil tin c-oiidiliuns of life, is the pmvi-iful lever with which to lift the weight, no matti r how lienvy. 1 here is :i (jreiil denl iu habit, mid some women ure in I lie hiibit of constantly complain iiijr, "intil I hey really believe their lot in 1 1 to is burner to bear t lun a 113 body else, nnd they j;i-t to look uk)ii I hint's us "just their luck.'' I in sril ol 11 cniiveicutiun once thiil llluMr.ites this idea. An old Ind.v who was telling her tionblcs to ii frieim nnd siiiinp she wusso tired, there wh so much to do it sveiued to her she would never h;ie any res-, win 11 her friend tocoinlorl her. said : "Never mind, my sister, this wearisome life will not Inst always, there will be lest in the grave," to which the oilier replied: "1 don't kuow, it would not surprise me if tue nay alter 1 was buried, it would be the resurrect lou and I would ha e to get riy tit op ; it would just ut) tuy nick," said she really bo lieved the resuriectlou would be called tor ber annoyance. Don'1 fret and worry, mothers, over the crres of life, make all the stiushiiie in your homes you can, take time each day or cveniiir and zather your children around you aud make tbe hour au enjoyment for them and yourself. Atlanta Contitutio. 1 jX TO PATRONIZE I . . OUB FIRM 111 :-Sr We are Kind ! V ' f to OUR CUS- ViV -oiJ TOMERS, but f -.. XV"fc. ,"t . VaaMaVnaMHaWIBsj. Tha TERBOF feijU ) ofoiT COM- fffil'-hs .vTrv i PET1T0RSI Uif-:r : .fl My namo Is 1 jVv. - M low prices 'f r r' ' j Whoargyou7 j V i-j Nashville American. One sometiweV 8nds . .Mstbe castaws-H off" .' years. The fullowiL tory letter to a , ff, ev. of marriage u xtJ food: "I am holding board iu my bauds-threl plucking, from tbe bush oil,11' ny. I am gaiinc uikju . upon your itb was lost. about the a uame- name with , l? Ke-tlo Ito beg! , hli tour throhi. .." .""t There i. nothing. Card. Thu inuiTi. W still looks up from it cali ternary, as it look, ou i1 friendly visitor as it li.-a i 1 loriiial basket. "a'Ii "I am gazing, too, upor,'a here the nearer ... .. "f" nearer imiei.i world she will h u, h. " "'""H aud that is nothing i sere "borne one d, I isuuolher card " f sliusr there nut u tn., . . ;hf i.i. " " ""c"iaitm. " i-ucucuoani com i n crisisi .i.w limul that i.j- Nos. 37, 39 & 41 Royal Street, New Orleans. TUB CHEAPEST FURNITURE DOUSB IN THE SOUTH. Doors, Sak, Blind, Moulding, IM- luter$, Door A it inflow Frame, BraclctU, Etc. REGCLAB hUA IX STOCK. 1 Valera ia BniHerV Hardware, Glass, Patty sod I'nm M iwl Paints. Jakvis Trsxss's 8ois A Cn Cor. Pt. Anthony st WateraU., Mobilo. Ala. April 30. lt-e. -ly 44-1, Job work oestiy executed at ibis oSce. y The United oiates Supreme Court holds that wbeu au iusaue iertH(U kills hiinseli it is not suicide in law. lt ia not bis act not the act of himself. It cannot be held to be otherwise thau accidental.'' Hence it is death lor which an ac cident insurance company which bus insured tbe deceased is bound to iMy. - mm m Noticing tbe attacks upon him of sundry Georgia editors, Ueory Uattersoo remarks: "lruly, we never know our owu de illsU wick- eiiDess until some vo:ce, crying aiouii irom out the tleptbsof a jug ot ijreorKia mootisbine, comet b in tbe darkness oi th uisht to tell us." Tbe present Sultau ol Morocco is a strong an auti-tobacf-ouist as KingJsiotS tbe First of Englaud. All the lobaiM-o shops have been closed by n. al order, ami sundry Moors who bad tbe i.udscitj to bandie llt furbidilen article were flossed naked lliron;li tbe streets of Taugicrs. What made Susie g nffoo hrr ear ywitetihu , Mibmilf asked Amy. "Amy," replied tbe high school girl, "please do uot say jo e o0 ber ear but 'ret I re ou ber soricn- nm henby a c MANUFACTURinG DEALERS en ei BOOTS -OLD rrsr- 'AMD SHOES. LI1DL 20 VE1RS EKP is a ER E GE I 121, 123, 125 CflaClflf NEW ORLEANS. 8l Anjust 7, 18S5. 232y A . K L 1 1 G , HOME INDUSTRY FOUNDRY, 8. fc. Corner Water anil State Streets, MOBILK, ALA. Manufacturer of Steam -Jills and all other Machinery, Brass and Iron Castings of all Kinds. Xroa E&ilirj, Ccnetcry Fezees, VerasiAla, Cci Sailiaf , Eta. DOORS, SIUTTCns. CTC. Prouipt Altrndon .iven lo ISrpnirinsr. c. w, Al Conn try On I cm Promptlr Attended to. that tells us that these cardsare batt t w 't iruna uauua. auu plucked flo-.r- ,. r" close down ou one to i,... , I will bj a frit nd and flown- rn,I?. alter. "1 send you a few fW... . adorn the din iiioinenis ,.f . single life. They are the get, type of a ilehcate, durable f.ij ship. Ihey sprniiir in, lr side when others bud deserted ii and will be lonnd watching 0v onr graves when those win, tmu have bven there bare forgotten oi -It seems Id ime. hat ., calui and pure '-' nlmi,i pire with a kiudteil sweet i.esssbn.l it, that flowers aud music, kind friends and earnest words should cousecrate tbe hour when a ..,; ineut is passiug into a suurunieiii "Tbe three great stages ot oi-r being are birth, the br ill a,i buri.il. To tbe first we bring oulj weakness; for tbe last so bate nothing but dust Bui In-real ih altar, w hero lite joins lite, the jMtr come thiobbiug up to the holy nun w liiH-nug the deep promises lU arms each with tlin otuer lisan i help on in the life btin "leaf cat and duty. 'Ibe beauiilul will be there, bor rowing new beauty trniii thescim tbe gay and the frivolous sill look solemn lor once, anil muili ill come lo xuze ou nil tlui iu sacred tboiit'bls pauts lor ami age will totter up to hear I tie old words repeated over attain, that lo their own lives have given tlx cli.iriu. Some will wi cp over it m if it wi-iea lomb; home will l;iii;li us if it were a joke; but tstiiniit siiiud by it lor iti f.ite, not fin, this eveil.istiug liK-kin ut thrir hyes. 'And now, cull ,1011, vim bum queened it over m iiinny bemlnl tonus, route down i-t IhkI in tin lin;il diet nl a mii-Ii- In-all t Hitherto yon bate bi-i-n a cluck, giving .onr liino to nil the siirbl. Now tn ;ir- watch buried i'l one piiiticulur Ixisoin, mailing only liciirsiiud licking only lotlieUwit of his bran, where time and lerlKig f-ball be in unison until there lorr lies are lost iu that libber wedlock aheie nil heurtstre united uiuiuui the great iculral heart of all.'' The Alabama black cut sclirinr, us published iu the tate, bus gona abroad, and a company in Ciililur nia that knows sumelhiug of tlio value ot fin 8, proposes to form a "Consolidated Skunk cummiiv." The plan is and it is a bourn plan lo ptm b.ihe some ilesi-i t laud tall otsink boles and place iijion i;, sufs iy.aiiclosed, 500 Aoici icau ile cats i-oiiiuioniv called skunk. Jue skunk lur is, as every person should know, very soil and tut, and commands (provided the fur i free ot tbe peculiarity of th cni), good pi ice iu the niaiket. it is es timated that at the end of the sec ond year the company will bsvt 80,04)0, Ibe third 320,000, and tbo filth 5.280,000 cats. The skins,, it is claimed, will bring t2 each, mid therefore the profit will be imiuenta) in view of the fact that tiiewlor the cut is to be placed on the uistk et as a sovereign remedy lor rbeu mutism. This ia a California est boom, and it would be well for Al bania to look to ber laurel'. J' Orleant State. Among other good tbiugssaiJ b Dr. rban-e, in bis s.dress befort tbe Fruit Giowera'Cotirention, w copy tbe following: "For crow in? cattle, sheep.syflfe, horses and moles, for rapit-fffoli souuducss sud good t'Oudilion lbs year roond, we -cu do eicellentiy well restricted to BermndagrsM snd Japan clorer slone; indeed 1 would uot exchange them tor nj other twenty forage plants. For lire stock no other one plant bs the principles of nutrition so rately proportioned sud adjasted none is so oear complete sod pof led tood as Japan clover. Fmfessor "Xext lime, ladies,' will bring toyotir aPcaiotanceiw ol tbe great men of the past-'' D lightfnl younc".rtdy to bernei? bor -"I should urefer tomsk'11 scqo intauce ot one of the joaff men who hasn't passed yet." The borne of Mrs. L. Q. C Lr at Macon. Ga -aloed at i,v wm destroyed by fire a fe since. Vhen a man U glns to elief ' beownsder earth, it Tastiiei nut kin. r, f..r m ,A i.tnl KM C' rx.5E AT THIS OFFICE, Isr i'pendajf.' stable ood let bira see bow lew sW mirsrt be bag.