K. E. Frazer has been at Jackson during the past week, engaged on the defense n the seoond trial of the case of the Jackson County Bar vs. Robt. J. Haire, prosecuting attorney of said county, on a charge of receiving bribes. The CoUKiER goes to press Friday moming, at 7 o'clock, harp, neceasitating the closÏDg of the forras Thursday afternoon. People haviog notices or Communications for infertion will confer a favor upon publisher, editor, and printers alike, by not wailine until the last minuto in the ai'ternoon before handmg them in. It is an impossibiüty to put the entire paper in type in one half-day. The annual meetingof the Ladie. Library Association will bo held ia the library ropm on Monday afternoon, April 12ih, at half paat two o'clock. A full attendanoe is desireil. M. w. d'oook, Sec'y. Tlie annual electioa of officers of the fire department of this city will be held at Firetuan's Hall, od Tuesday evening, April 6th, at 7J o'clock p. m. L. F. Wade, Sec. C. B. DAVISON, Chlef Eng. vThursday evening, April 8th; the Boston Theatre Couipany will present, at the Opera House in this city, one of the most intensely realistic and effective productions üow known to the modern stage, "Drink," or Charles Reade's dramatiiation of "L' Assommoir." The brilliant young aotor, T. W. Keeoe, will appear as " Coupeau," and his impersonation of this character is the feature of the play. Hif simulation of dcleriuna tremens is said to be incomparable. The play is in geven acta, and its main purpose is to Ilústrate the deva.stating consequenoe of' drink, which levéis all ages and conditions.