Newspaper Page Text
mm jorasAi or urn m mmi conm P. K, MAYERS, .....EDiTflh. x Scranton, Mississippi: FRIDAY January 22, 1892. LAWS C0ICCIIIIH IKWtrirEEI. 1st, BubscrilMni who do not f ir express sutiee to the contrary are considered wish i( to renew their subscriptions. 2nd. If itibecriben order the discontinuance of their periodical, the publisher may continue them until all the arrearages are paid. 3rd. It aubtcribfr neglect or refuse to take their paper from the office or, place to which they are lent, they are held responsible until they settle bills and gire notice to discontinue ance. . 4th. If subscribers more to other places without informing the publisher, and the paper ia teat to their former direction, they are held rttpoaeible. Mh. The courts bare decided that refuting to take a paper from the office, or moving and tearing it uncalled for, it prima facie evidence of intentional fraud. Ith. Any person who receives a newspaper and makes use of it, whether he hat ordered it r not, will be held In law to be a subscriber. Ith. If aubscribert pay in advance, they ; are bound to give notice to the publisher at the end of their time if they do not wish to con tinue taking it. ; otherwise the publisher it au thorized to continue tending it, and the sub scribers will be. responsible until an ezprest notice, with payment of all arrears, it tent to the publisher. ' ' 8th. The latest postal lawt art uch that newspaper publishers can arrest anyone for fraud who takes a paper and refuses to pay for It. Under this law the man who allows bit lubeorlption to run along for tome time unpaid and then ordera it discontinued, or orders the postmaster to mark it "refuted," and have a post' card tent notifying the publisher, leaves himself liable to arrest and flu the tame as for theft. Pobtir's census cost the country $7,000,000; and the thing is not much census either. .Maroi Gnu will be celebrated with great pomp and splendor in ' New Orleans this yearton Tuesday March 1st. - Railroad passes connot now be issued to government officials, is the ultiratum of the Inter-State commission. " Thanks to Gov. John M. Stone for a copy of his biennial message to the Legislature, delivered on jJanuary 2, 1892. z'Thb grand jury of Warren coun ty indicted the members of the Board of Supervisors for over- drawing their pay. Gen. Rosbchans, Register of the ' Treasury at Washington, says the amount really due the Slate of Mississippi for direct tax is f 113,- : 324,60. - We are indebted to Blorlt Bros., ot Mobile, for one 'of the neatest and sweetest calendars for 1892 we have ever seen. We return our thanks for same. Thb Fulton Reporter has sus pended publication, "on aocountl of the low price of cotlon." Mr. Horace Lawrence, the publisher, will leave soon for Texas, to try his luck in the Lone Star State. A -poll of the New Jersey Legis lature shows the following prefer ences for President: Cleveland, 31; Hill, 9; Abbott, 6; Whitney, 1; Gray, 1; BenjarmV Harrison, 7 j J. O. Blaine, 8 ; ntm-coirmittal, 6 ; no choice, 6. W have received the first num tr of the Mississippi leader, just issued at Jackson. It is an able edited and well gotton up "all home print,1' and we wish its en ergetic proprietor, Bro. B. T. Hobbs, abundant success. l.ane, a county treasurer in Iowa, instead of turning over the funds of the county to the incorn ing treasurer, took a train south. Experts who have been working on his books found a shortage of 130.000. Lane had been county treasurer forty years. Cardinal Simeon i, formerly pa' . pal secretary of State and prefect general of the propaganda, died in Rome, Italy, on the fourteenth in It ant of influenza. He stoodvery high in the councils of the Roman Church as one of its advisors for The spread of the faith. Lowky add McOardlb, of Jack ton, tmblisbers of 4 A .History Mississippi," have secured an in junction against the . Goodspeed Publishing Co , of Chicago, to re Strain the selling, delivering or collecting for the recent nublica lion, ' jvtggispuicai msronutu Jiemoirt of Mississippi," claiming . it Is an infringement on their copyright. . i.rv . , , tt ' i i i Ei-Presitat Grew Mill HIS PICTURE. Ex-President Qrover Cleveland, a distinguished private citizen of New York, passed through Scran ton, Monday last, at 11 o'clock, A. M., en route to Mr. Joseph Jefferson's beautiful orange grove, near Iberia, La., where he will in dulge for a week or so in the sports of gunning and fishing. His coming became known a few minutes before arrival here, still ou te a number of his dmir rs assembled at the depot to welcome him. Upon invitation of the Democbat-tab reporter.whoboarled the train,Mr. Cleveland stepped out of his pri vate apartment of one of the Pul man coaches,and descending upon the station platform, shook hands with those around, amidst enthusi astic cheering and friendly excla mations of respect. Mr. Cleveland said he did not come South on an electioneering tour. He came simply on a pleasure trip. Mr. Cleveland looks well and resem bles the picture above. Hear rived in New Orleans at 2 P. M., and left that evening on the South ern Pacific train for Mr. Joo Jef ferson's country home, accompa nied by Mr. C. B. Jefferson, son of the eminent comedian. We hope to see Grover Cleveland in the Chair Presidential ngnin. He is a snnnd Democrat and a Statesman of the purest type upright, hon est and fearless. , ? " The New Constitution of this State imposes a tax of 82, to be used in the aid of the common schcols, and for other purposes. very male inhabitant of this State, between the ages of 21 and 60 years, except persons who are deaf and dumb or blind, or who are maimed by loss of hand or foot; said tax to be a lien only upon taxable property. The Board of Supervisors of any county, may, for the purpose of aiding the com mon schools of that county, in crease the poll tax in said county, but in no case shall the entire poll tax exceed in any one year 13 on each poll. Cardinal Manning, of the Ro man Catholic Church, died in Lon don, England, at 8:20 o'clock, A. M., on the 14th instant, at the ad vanced aire of 84 years. He was noted as an author of many reli gious books, as a strong advocate of the cause of tmperance and social reform ; and for the part lie took in the settlement of labor disputes in London during sever- aTyears' past. Tie was' caTfixPthe father of the modern church,' and regarded as the most eminent of the English speaking priests of his religion. He died of influen za La Grippe. Every one is steadily making a death march in the sense that every step he takes in life brings him one step nearer his dying hour. This fact, while it should not make life gloomy, should make it one ol constant preparation lor that honr. He who practically lives as if he were immortal on earth makes a grave mistake. Mr. A- B. Rawls, the father of Pearl River county, died a few days ago. Mr. Rawls was a prom inent figure at the State Capital during the session of the Legisla ture of 1890, and to his efforts more than to all others, were tile people of the new county due for the creation of the same by the Legislature. . J.M. ShiviRB, of Pearl River county, declines lo turn over the office of sheriff to N. Batson, who was elected ia November, gave bond and took the oath of office January 4, Mr. Shivara giving as his reason that the bond is insuffi cient. The Board cf Supervisor reconizid Batson. COAST DELEGATION IN TEE LEGISLATIVE. Our coast members were honor ed by being placed on the follow ing Uommitieei : Hon. II. Bloomfield, in I he Sen ale, u chairman of the coinniillee on Public Works, and member of the followinz commit lees : Con stitution ; Judiciary'; Public Lands; Public Health and Qtiar tine. In the House of Represen tativep, Iioii.(ieo.V .Davis, on Rail road and Transportation; To Inves tisate State Olficts; Ways and Means. Harrison county's Repre sentatives are on the following committees: lion. A. M.Dahlgren, Annotated Code; Public Lands; Commerce ami Fisheries. Hon CD. Lancaster, Floater Ironi Har rison and Jackson, is on the fol lowing committees: Public Edu cation; Liquor Traffic ; Commerce and Fisheries; Insurance. Hon. J. A. Mauflray, or Hancock coun ty, is on Commerce and Fisheries. So it will be seen that our Sea Coast delegation lared very well in getting on some of the mo, t im portant commit tees of our Legis lature, and we believe our delega tion will compare favorably with those from any other portion of the State, and we hope that each and every one of I hem will do his duly to his constituents and look afler the interests of the entire State, then we can s.iy, "Well done thou good acd faithful servants." Princb Albert Victor, Duke of Clarence and Avoudale, the eldest son of the Prince of Wale?, and heir presumptive lolhe throne of Great Britian and Ireland, died at Sandingham Hall, ou the I4th inst. at 9:15 o'clock, A.M. His death has occasioned general srw4o the Engli-h people, as he was held in popular iavor for the mildness of iiis character and iris charitable disposit ion. He was to be married to Princess Victoria, Mary of Teck, oiujlie twenty-seventh of next month, and his untimely taking off excites a universal sympathy for for the sadnes it occasions. Tue Rip Sa w U the newest tiling in Ihe Si ate.' A weekly six column "patent outside" with this cogno inenhas appeared at Ellieviile, in the eood county of Jones, by Dr. W. L. Lee, Sawyer and proprietor, and R. T. and F. E. Lee, town item catchers. So the Rip Sato intends lo rip up things in Jones county. It lakes the place of the Alliance Eagle, formerly published by the same parties, 'ihe Eagle hat, gone dead. The Boston Neict says Postmaster-General Wanarfiaker kissed all the pretty girls at his .New Year's reception. Waim knows enough lo appreciate and embrace a eood thing when he Bees it, but if he tried such a thing'ou our Southern girls he would get it is nose pulled, and perhaps a load of buckshot in his carcus. Our Southern girls are not built that way. G. F. Bowlks, (col.) Represen tativain the Legislature from theM City of JNatehez, bus been appoint ed on the Judiciary Com unites. being the first and only colored man on said Committee since the Democratic party has had control of the ..nfairs of the Slate, it is said that Bowles is highly respect ed by "his" white Democratic col eagues. , A bill taxing lottery tickets 75 per cent, of their face value, to be paid before sale, has - been intro duced in Congress. The penalty for the violation of the same $5,000 in each instance. Of this the informant is lo get two-thirds, We hope the bill will pass. Judgk J. A. P. Camibell, of the Supreme Court of this State, re ceived $5,000 for pieparing, index ing, reading proof,and superintend ing the printing of the Code ot 1880. Wonder if he will get the same amount for similar work on the new Code for 18921 ruT away presumption and pride. If they assail thy heart think of the beginning and end of life. Narrow, indeed, are the era die and the coffin, in both we slumber alike helpless, to-day a germinating dust, to-morrow crumbling germ. . A bio horse race will come off at Big Creek, in Harrison county, between 'Cannon Ball," of Pass Christian, and "Jackson," of San Antouio, Texas, on Saturday next about noon, purse $200. Result will be giveu in cur next issue. HUE Sll AS 1 rUISTSK. Washington, Jan. lGth.lnsl. Repreeeiitalive Scott, of Illinois, has introduced a bill prohibiting the Po-toflke Department I nun tiling a stamped envelope bear ing Ihe usual printed request for return to the owner after a liini'ed period. Under the present law," said Mr." Scott, "llie government is a direct competitor, but il uives itself a monopoly over every print ingoflioeiti ihecountry. The gov ernment furnishes the envelopes stamped and printed lor the same price as they are furnished without thereinm card. This is an un warranted trespass by the govern ment upon l he private business of every printer in ihe United States. If this ia fair and legitimate why should Ihe government go into the business ot printing deeds and mortgages! Why not make cotton goods at cost and sell them to con sumers ! Why not go into any other branch ol private business! It cannot be been why the printer should be thus discriminated against. This bill does not ask protection or favors for ihe great printing industry of the country. U simyly asks the government to lake its strong arm oft" and give il a fair chance. Many millions of dollars are thereby annually by this act taken from ihe priming business. 1 his does not seem lair or just. Il is asserted Ihatihislaw secures a better return of letters. The clars of people who use these envelopes are bankers and others who are not suspected of inability to keep their correspondence in good shape. The government re fuses to let "Sam Jones, hardware merchant, Podunk, Ind.," appear because it advertise his business. Il he cannot see through a barb wire fence, and he usually can, he simply says, "Return after 10 days to ihe Sam Jones Hardware Co., Podunk." This is legitimate, and goes. The government should t a ke ita arm off and not oppose one of Ihe greatest industries of the countries." Tliia is more in the right direct- ion, and we hope our entire deleea liou iirCungress from Mississippi will heartily and zealously support Ihe measure when il comes up for action. The editor of the Eupora Vrog rest is a hilter from way back. The billowing is Itislateset against a dead beat, and we heartily en dorse the sentiment : 'We met one our ddinauent subscriber.!, who claims to be a Democrat, in the public road the other dav, and we came very near running over rum, yet, in spite ol he-very nnr collision,- he -never saw us. His eyes seemed to he ivitedou the Ctlesiial elements n the heavens, and had it not been I hat his mind was, for the first lime in life, tending upwr.rd, we would have made ourselves a ersonal introduction lo bim. This unpricipled scoundrel cunie o us last year and asKed us to send him our piper stud he would settle lor it this lalw-anrj . now, behold when we pass him, he knows us not. It may be good lor his man to dwell here en eariJt, with redDinizmg Insellow-crrat ures, but if I here is a place in heav; en lor turn, we don't want to go here : and besides, if In si man don'i pay his subscription in thirty day, we propose to let the pejpple ol Webster know who He is. ,- - llwTHEt riCTII. Z Shubuta. Miss., Jn. .18Uv Harry Hinton, the negro 1 that was captured near Demopolis, Ala., some time since and placed nisLtn don jail, Maringn County. Ala., was bronchi to Butler Jail Inst Friday by Sheriff Gavhii A" mob 0f some one' hundred men took him from jail and brought him back lo the List nrio-tree and buna him on the same lijQb on whichJ Bob Sims and the three oaT-"- were hnniod on ChrUtmaSic.iv in ihe presence f three. Jmodred men. . -. . . , Miss Belle McKejle, ,- - wounded at the nr" d ied and w as buried vested Ileal Sims is stiDD08ed to b- Cake county There have been 6 persons ki;i by t he-Simr g2. d- jn revouge for this. 14 ol the Simils have met their death al the hand of the citzieus of Womack Hill, Ala OMTM jMitn. ; . ',; The Qu9,Wwrmto froceedirijt before Judas Hanrcti H. Terral, in vacation this week at ileridufy Miss., to remove Agriol Cststaul and J.J. Clark from Coe of .lott of Piwcaeonln bay, the Vnrt leli that the Pilot Oom&Ja:cHufMM no authority to appoint CtasUnt and Clark a pilots 5 fcecia had not served two yean rprr. ticeship on tii bar Willi ''V-jjfcltH pilots, sni 'sred Ciat r jf kal. ousted from nia C 38.-., - SKVKKAt ' Cxten tf Cti near Code have! bser, rucifd tl-"-'' the Legisiiiar wHontV... read. As a viols tl' Cod r::;ti with much farcr fcaong O C Ions, but ti Kz:zzly any thing t Rv. . cr tootsy J.ames f LeakevU: :.ift"t 'k r t :) trie: v"r::"' "k "f. if." (Ireland . lUeWai l' MISSISSIPPI LEGISLATURE. CtadtastS Report ( rmeHlift up te Tharasay Latt. Jacesox, Mlm.. Jan. 18, im. The second week ot the texaiou of the Mi8iniiii Legialatni-e closed with a splendid iM'gmning. Ihe committee hare got in mtue good work and made their reporti on the aeparute aeotiont of the new Code. In the Seuate to-duy the report of the Judiciary coiuuiitlee wat taken up. 1'ue report approves the adoption of the chap ter ou "arbitration and awards" aud the charter ou "uaaignmeut for benellt of creuitora." with an aiueuduieut which piovides that creditor may crose-file a petition for a peraon against the assignor for the ainoout of bit debt, but priority of tuch decrees thai) not affect the distri bution of the assigued efleotu or the pro ceeds thereof. The commit'ee on Agriculture recoin mended the puasuge of chapter ou fertili lew. Committee on Penitentiary recommend ed paatoge of chapter 1(H) ot uew Code. Committee on Teinpenince recommend that the chapter ou drum shops puss, with an amoudment. The report of the Finauce committee was tuken up and chapter 7 ou succession and chapter 13 on auditor were udopted ; chapter ill on cnuuty treatHrer was under discussion at the time the tseuate al ouruedj TDK HOUSR. The fallowing entitled bills were Intro duced, read a iirst and second time aud referred to appropriate committees : Act to wcure light of way to n foot path lor school children aud teachers through the intervening lauds by the most direct route. To exempt certain property from taxa tiou. To prohibit the sale of liquors within four miles of colleges aud schools. in reunion to examtuation or teaohers. Keluting to the levee districts of the Piute. To empower the board ot levee commis sioners for the Yazoo (Mississippi) delta to issue 1500,000 of bouds. To amend an act to secure safety uud brail h In the State. Providine for the collection of delin quent taxes iu the State. lo prevent too encumbering orrow iug crops by deed of trust. The report of the committee on Acricul- ture relating to the chapter of tho Code ou fertilize! was taken up and discussed. The chapter was adopted as a whole. The owner of Mulliou is give-t lieu ot uiue mouths on foal. Tho chapter of the Code relatiugto land oi land tenant was also reported In tuit same committee aud adopted, The following eutitled bill's were intro duced and referred to the appropriate committees: An act to provide for re-distnct.ng of Congressional districts: to nruish cliir tered schools with statutes; to umeud road laws; to divide the State into Con gressional dstricts: for the electiou of mem tiers or tue House or KepititaUtes iu Congress iu pui'snuuce to (he appor tionment under the Constitution lu iwtOj to abolish the office ot couuty Superinten dent ol Education; to cua.ige boundary iiuo oi rauuiaj aim laiouiiguaj con lines; providing for sepurate assessment of real ty and peraouHltv in nonaties having more than one judicial district, and sepa rate rolls for tho lands for taxes iu such counties. The following bills indefinitely post poned : . For relief of John, IL Sloan aud two other relief bills.- Sloan is the destitute Confederate soldier of foutotoa of whom so much has been said iu the papers. - ine House concurred iu nenute resolu tion providing for m joiut comuiisaiou oa aicmry (iisiriots. . The House then comme'iced the first discussiouof the new Code ol uirricultnre chapter, which cousnmed the reatV tbeJ If Its aotion on the question of femes passes the Senate and receives the ap proval nf the Governor, the almost eer tniu effect will be the abolition of a 1 the feuces in ihe Stat. Kvervthiua? went aloug smoothly enough until the section ntuunziiig board t os supervisors "to re quire any and all kinds of auimals and stock to be coiitined within ante ewdos urcs, and to allow craps of all kiuds to be cultivated without fence, in their re spective counties, or any part thereof," was reacueu. . When it was. several members were ready to jump on the proposition jfllk uotaicer. . -v: . Mr. llemy, of Yaieoo, led tho fight against adopt ilia this seotiou, couteadTui tuai u eouierrea too tuneu power oa tue board by putt iuir It abaolotely iu Its pow er te say whether they wanted the fences or not, and that it was contrary to the spirit or tne overiimout v McAllister. Klern. Bur kith fjlover aad otuora, w toe section wat OeteMe, The sext aectiou Drovlded that tin board ahaold only order all ihe feuuea "dowa" wbeu a Majority of freeholds! petitioned it, or said by an affirmative vott they to desire J. In such avoat tat) stuck was to ba 'ioDoad in" aud the BrT ?trv i aot Itls eclon wat slsn te tut a iiveiy xdobidk ueoate. i-r. Mdler, of Coplafc, took the In1'. tive y nMViir to strike oat f A- relecv oefora atwtlsblBS tU feooaa. ...a Mil Majn. VareUMaa, Q jIbhsh and others ravorefl tM ameviment, wiiti sir, xaai 0 led the flgbt far tfcs oomotittee re nart. - The amendment was lost fry a yea and . L . A . , , 1 x & jras passeQ awn in wdiod ujauy ia to mock trooble tor tbe fomra, retds ! "Oa the Bullion or owtkf iru- ativwvoteof a arJority ot tM fr,old- era 01 we oouary, or 01 asy pars w of tva aaanty whieh are 4 by t- "-'1 V-Budnrl, tba hoara ' wr t J,: y order duly its rH tr v lar the atosk K.- to la la i "tatba wboleeonaty. attajaMak towut. 01 towaeklpMrt4rpt-avtlef--ntj' . m loaatotiaa Bsaa re omiii t vt m Jet, It ia ntr.t r IMt i. iJUraw. aSr B- 7 of tvp k" , iV 1 j,"v.J sal iv u t ' i. i c ; an t, er a e-t ila-k -. afM t-t ttf . - lot , "I. i t "t.'. it I9S f.efif- I3tc:r oa t,::r" . v C'-itcs C:;;;i l :;t r. , i v SHIP CHANDLERY, FA2TCT anOCEEIES, 1T0TI01T0, Ory Goods, Shoes, Feel Hardware, Faints. Crockery, Tiiwan, Etc. PJTHONAGB SOLICITED. - SATISFACTION GtAKAKTEEtt ' oaonfl nw.nrmitiTi vnuTt Scranton, Mist.. Octobers, 1891. Mayfl. 1891. DIED. ' . On Knudny, January 17, lhJ93. at the residence of her brother, the lute Silas Tarn, Miss .Iknnik Tam, age 00 years. Fort Wayne (lnd.) aud Lancaster, Ohio, ptipors please copy. . It is with the most syropathetic regret that we chronicle the death of Miss Jen nie Tam, who breathed her last at the Tarn resilience, ou the east side of the riv er, no Sunday, the 17 lb inst. In the death of Miss Turn, tho neighborhood in which she lived, sustaius a material loss, In her capacity . as public instructress, she bus left such impressions ou the young lives that were lur years under her guidance, as only a woman of her loyal, generous nutuw, and truth-loving, strength of character, can do. ' It cuu be said of her most truthfully, that her life was lived to its lull capuoity in thiukitig good thoughts, aud con verting roe goo erons thoughts into more guneroas. facts I a woman of the most serene temperaineut , aud fine nieutut equipoise.' The character of Miss Turn presented Itself to those who knew tier, at a worthy example of one who held within herself the great se cret of true Hi ing. She fluished the days of her pilgrimage as oulmly at aha hod uvea mem, leaving oentuu uer goiuen heritage of llviug thoughts, deeds and a host of tonowing friends. Wllo cauuot bat estertttin forth bereaved family the most siucere sentiments of condoleoes f Uon Point, Mit, Jan. 90, 1993. V ' CREW HOTICE.' Neither the owners nor Captain will be responsible for uoy debts contracted by the crew of the German Bark Leopold shall. ' A. BRANDT, Master. Pascagonla, Miss., Jaunary J, 1892. , - 48-lt "ITA l!5 t 4 ft i U-MH, - 4 t 1 Faint, sad - AS-ly 1 i t JfrP TEIEI f f1Ar,10TII HBUlB A COMPLETE LINE OK- DeJean & Mitchell, Prop'rs. j M-ly C. H. ALLEY, SOUTH SIDE RAILROAD, COURSE DF VAS A YKNVE AXD FJUfDEBJCK ST. SCRANT, MISS, --".''f '' -DEALER CX ' - -'VV t Dry Goods, Notions, Shoea Ch oicc Family Groceries, FLED, HARDWARE. ETC. Stationery a specialty. Fbotcher's celebrated garcen seed. PATR0XAQB SOLICITED. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. . CXTGoods Dolivercd Free ol Charge,- H n-iv LAIVD NOTICE. . Laxd Offick at Jaoksox, Miss., Jauuary SO, im. j Notice Is hereby given that the follow ing named settler hrs tiled notice of bin intention to make final proof la support of bis claim, and that said proof will bo made before the Circuit Clerk of Jaskson comity at Scranton.Miss., on February 27, l,vis: . ' Kichard 8. DavU, Homestead No. 10,6-Vt for the east i northwest i and east! eon tb west , aectiou 5, towusbip 2, south range 7 west He names the following witnesses ti prove his continuous residence opto, and cultivation of said land, vix; . . Willium HowhII, Thoaiaa ' Holland, Riohunl Wood, Ed. Moody, all of Cross Kouds P. O., Jaekson Co , Miss. DKNRY K I'.KNAUHAN, Kegister. January !, 1M92. 4H-8t StISHORE SEMIMARK, A 8CHOOL FOB BCYS AND GIRLS, " Will opttii it first Session ou tho SECOJTD OF FERVMtV, . , ,. , 1S0. We have loom now for a few boarders, For further particulars, address. .; i'rj REV.B.JONE8. . Long Beach, Miss. Jnnaory 8, 1WJ. 40-m Cwwrlan's Wale. W. M. Dunxy, Onardtan, , ' ) vs.1 Pelitlou to Sell Heal Estate. Miia. InAMcQiiJSToa,eiiil. ) ' By virfoe M a 4 xtffie of tho Chancer Oat, t of Jaokr-n Vomity, Missitsippi,ieu derad pb the tdtb day of August, 190 and od tU 17th day of August, 191, 1 will; ,4u Monday, the Fint day of February 1892, Within tho hours prescribed by law. al the front door of ihe Court-house oleaii oouuty, sell at publie auction, to the hiyb eat bidder for cash, the real estate' in Jack son eomi'y, 8tnte of Mississippi, describ ml as follows, to-wltt That piece of lam lying iu section 115, township 7, sontl range G west, nud commeuolog 11.S cbaVus north 79 west from the southeast eorucrof lands of Mrs. M. R. McLrod tbence rovth 11 east 6.ftj chains to auctioi liue; thence west 1.77 cbuius; tuenci son lb 11" west bjii chains ; tueuce sontl 79 east 1.65 chains to place of beginning oontaiulng 1.04 acres, and known as Lo 5 iu recorded plat of Burton Goode's tut rey, July 1, 1479, Book No. 4, page 127. Also that certain tract of laud sitnatoi iu section sfii, towusbip 7, south range i west, in county aforesaid, described u follows : All ot Lot 0 (n said section, n Showu by plan of survey made by Burtoi Uooue, or tne lunus or nra. u. k, Mobeod recorded in Book No. 4, page 127, of thi iceoont or ueeaaot sata county, excep that portion of said Lot 6, which was coo veyed by M. C. Yaturhan to Urn, L. V MeCartor, the deed "of whiuk ia recordw In Book No. 7. puses 330 aud 340 of Ke cord of Deeds of said county. It beini understood that the fence at it thei stoid ,..tjj. divwling lia- Itetween thi premises touveyeu aud those oj Urs.li V. MoCarter. . . . Together with the ouHdinirs and im lirovehients ou said lauds above described w. M. UlNNY, t'ommtssmner. January ti, 1H92. , 48-k MILL IHE UK . IN ALL THE v ' H ' Latest Shades and Shapes Just Roeelved, per Btcamers and Espresa, by . MME. ROSA REVNOIR. - . - AO. 0 CHJRTRES ST., ' ' ) Eir Prices are h Lowest iiittCK As aha owns bar place of basinets atw gives htr patrons too benefit of b tduod ezpanaas. . . - , : COVSTBY ORDERS SOLICITED ' ' And 8.Ultfaotloo Oooraoteed. l?rcr.ch Corssts a Epsclsltj Not. 20,1801. - 1 , Mb STRANGERS T i:;LB,and dealrif "3 LOD3HG2 lstov a- . ' f--V appotH " j.i.uciot Uo..