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K. L. McK'kon. F.. M. Bicrminiuiam. i:. ii. iTiciti:o.Y jl co., I KAI Kit IN Jfj, Grain, Corn Meal, Flour, Cotton Seed Meal, A.vn At.i KINHH OF WESTERN P1CODICE. 45and47Fronf,"and46and48 Fulton Sts. nrar I'ovdras, XEW 0 RLE AX 8. ""Oct. 13, IH77 23-1. v H. P. BUCKLEY, 8 Camp St, New Orleans, WATCHMAKER, Anil dealer In Fine Watches, JEWELRY Silver M are and Spectacles. Kry Sari af Watches Repaired. Jewelry msdo to order. Diamonds reset In the newest style. All at reasonable prices aua iuuy guaraineeu. April Vi, 1H78. 3-ly SCRANTON. II. KREBS & SON, I;at FaMcnyoiila, irliMw,, UliALKKS IV dry Goons, " .'', Hosiery HOOTS, SHOES, II ATS, CATS, CLOTHING mimI CHOICE FAMILY 5KOCKIiES, LIUOUOltH, provisioxs axv feed, hardware, tixware, crockery ware, wooden ware, AM) CUTLERY, Highest market juice paid for Country Produce. Miiy 27, lMTli. H-tf WALTER E. HEPP, iNo. 101 Clavier St., New Orleans IMI'OltTKK AND HKALF.ll IN line Wines and JAquorx, Street Oil, Yer month, Etc, , ALSO SOLE AGENTS SOUTHERN STATES . FOB Till! W'IrroyYChBjagii; OF RI1E1MS. December 15, lt77. 32-ly 7 1111 W COLEMAN'S CORN 3IILT it LAPIEB' STOUE, Kcrnnton, 3Hkm. I wnulil i ii form the public, tliat I linve opened a im c 'ml m, m rw m z m AND VAHIETY STOItE for tlin especial benefit if i. adits uml Children. My goods consists of French -Millinery, Embroidery, Trimmings. Hats, llonniitN, Split, Zephyr, Ladies' and Children Shoes, I Calicoes, Domestics, Gloves uml all othi f poods Hint I. allien and Chil dren may want. I "Splints and Bonnets trimmed to order, uml iu the bent stylo, Mhh. F. A. 11LAKE, Serantoii, April 19, 1S7S. 4-if Kew Store ! Sen :o: 'ooIm ! : ...J. W. l.AI.HUNIH.NK. m, v. n. Caiiky CAREY & LAURENDINE, Near Railroad Depot Seranlon, - .Vi. We aiiiioiiix e to the public (hat we have just 0)eiied at Serantoii a new mid Well-Selected Htock ot Dry floods IVotioiiw, Root, .SHOES, HA TS, CIO I II ISC, EU:. Also Groceries, Canned Goods, Tinware, I hud wiiie, Corn, Oats, Hian, anil every thing connected wit ha FiRHT-CI.ANNSTOIIK, which will be sold low down for the cash. t tAlso Wines, Liiiuoi-M, Ale, etc. Give us a call and see lor yourselves. Nov. 2:t-77-ly. A RESPONSIVE CHORD. A Well Remembered Incident of the War Between the States. Rev. J. William Jones, in mi ad dress before the National Sunday school convention, Atlanta, (in., ro latetl tlif following incident: In the early spring: of 183, when the Confederate and Federal armies were confronting each other on the opposite hills of Stafford anil Spott- sylvauin, two bauds chanced one evening, at the same hour, to dis course sweet music on cither hank of the river. A large crowd of the soldiers ot both arm it's gathered to listen to the music, the friendly pickets not interfering:, and soonlho hands began to answer each other. First, the band on the northern bank would play "Star Spangled ISnnner," "Hail Columbia," or mime other national air, and at its con elusion, the boys in blue would cheer most lustily. And then the band on the southern bank would respond with "Dixie "or "liotniie Blue I' lap;," or some other Southern melody, and the " boys iu gray" would attest their approbation with an "old Confederate yell. lint presently one of tho bands struck up in sweet and plaintive notes which were wafted across the beau tiful Jvuppahuiinock, were caught up at once by the other band and swelled ii to a grand anthem which touched every heart, "Home, Sweet Home!" At the conclusion ot this piece there went up a simultaneous shout from both sides of the rirer cheer followed cheer, and those hills, which had so recently re sounded with hostile guns, echoed and re-echoed the glad acclaim. A cord had been struck responsive to w hich the hearts ol enemies ene mies enemies then could heat in unison; and, on both sides of the river, " Something down the soldier's cheek Washed oil' the stains of powder." NEWS OF THE WEEK. VICTORIOUS HOSTILES. Portland, Oregon, July 8. C.ov. Chudwick, who is now nt Umatilla, telegraphs here under date of the 7th: "Volunteers under Captain Sperry, (illy strong, were defeated at Yellow' Sorinirs. thirty miles south ot J'endleloii, yesterday Capt. Sperry was killed, and near Iv all hiscoiiunand killed or wound ed. We can hear of but seven left." TIIK HOSTILKS BTKOKGJ.Y FOKTI I-'IEl). Portland. Oregon. July 0. The lollowincr ilisiattch has been re ceived from N. JS. Sinnolt, dated the Gill : The stages in ironi Lan you City state that the hostiles are Btrongly fortitied twenty-five miles from Canyon City, waiting to give Howard battle. Howard's forces are expected up to engage the hos tiles on the 5th. There are, about lliOO Indians, of whom 1000 are. armed. (Jen. Howard has directed Gen. Wheaton to hire a steamboat, equip it with artillery, and patrol the Columbia river, to prevent the hostiles from crossing. ciiAitiii: iri. citiz.vr, ItKTAtt. DHAI.Kll IX CHOIt'K FAMILY GROCERIES, AMI riMUINOr AL,I. KiiM'n, DRY GOODS, AOTJOXS, . AM. . READY MADE CLiiTHlffi, 'BOOTS and SHOES, Whiskies of all Kind', Cigars sltid Tobacco, Wines, Porter and Luger lleer. SCKANTOX, - MISS May :i, 178. fi-ly To the Fronlt! Vieloiious in every I'iir from New Vork State to Texas, over t'lirty-threo dif ferent competitors during the piiht twenty- eigni years. Awarded tun only Hold Jledal ever tiwarded to any Com MilUn the United State. Siin)de, strung, dniiible, cheap, with solid French liurr stoiies. Send fur circular. II. DUDLEY COLKMAX A MHO., New Orlcmis, I, a. Oct. IU, 1877. Sll-lv When von wart to purchase that you get TIIK liKST, and vou will iind it TIIK CUKAI'KST. What Does a )ii rson want f A good ri lialde es tablishment w heretfoods cimb'e purchased fairly, without any overcharge. You can buy v ith us : Ladies' Foxed button Hoofs at -JI fiO a pair Ladies' Serge SMjijm is .Srt a pair Ladies' Leather Slipiein (10 a pair iuiics Kent nor Mippcrs onajiair j u i ciiase i ne very nnest siloes at our es tablishment. Our line of Hutton Hoots, Newport Ties, Gaiters, Slippers, is unsur passed here, ltuy Nothing but first -class shoes for vour iliil dren. Our sales of cnnimnn shoes arc made at a light advance, und all on consignment This enables us to undersell even whole sale prices. The Oneprire system is a strict rule with us, thus avoiding to customers the trouble of anking for reduction. We deliver shoes free of charge to nnv part of the cilv. Only first--class salesmen employed at the CORNER CUST0MH. & BOURBON STS., One Stiinre from i'tutal Slrttt, NEW CHILEAN'S, LA. Sept. 22, 177. 20-ly GEO. W H1GHT0WER, i'ascaiioiild St ret I, fkrdiiton M iitititixipiti. Keeps constantly on hand DRY GOODS, NOTION'S, HOOTS, fSIIOKS, Also a general stock of GHOCF.UIES, TOBACCO, ClfiAKS, S.MIKK, TIXWAKK, CIUCKKh'V, KAMI'S, 11 A) ,tUK.,UA IS, lilt IN And everything usually kept in a well regulated store, all of which will hesoldat LOW PRICES FUR CASH! May 111, 1875) 7-ly PfrnfiTuriri!!. trUuiHiiMiiriluS KM A positive cure for RlieuuiBtism, Gout, Neurulgia, and fill diseases arising from impure blood. The Jurgielewicz Anti Kheiiniatie Mixture is the must popular nicdn iiie iu the ronutry ; more or it is sola than all other Khenmatic Medicines to getlii r, md it is the must rosily patent medicine for th rire in existence. It is womended by all the leading physician, and is a pure vegetable mixture. Should the patient find no relief from the use of me or two bottles, he may feci assured that he is not snnVriug from unv of the aoove diseases, and it will lie of nn ne tit footinue it. Friee, ?1 M) er bottle, l'or feale in 1'ssengoula bv W. H. Doilson. FFKSLEW A VK Proprietors, F. O. ISox 14i Si, New Orleans. Feb. 2, 187H. :-jr 1 jj sea 8 u I n- Corn 1 Grist Mill, M'asragoula, (Serantoii I'. O.) .Hiss. COKN, C'OKN FLOUH GHITS, MEAL and KUAN always oil hand, or delivered at the depot, at prices as low as can be any where olitained All orders from points along the Rail road promptly 'ilh d, and are respectfully solicited. JOHN 11. DEL.MAS. rroiuietor. Scranton, April IH, 1S74. Iii-tf RAILROAD EXCHANGE, , ( Ann n Mdeliailroiul) Srraiiloii, Mississippi. Kl'.STAr '? AN'T and BA R ROOM. Good meals furnished on short notice. Liquors and t igars ot tne. best hrauds always on hand. h. G. HXE, Proprietor. May 10, 1WS. " 7-ly The Tallest Coupie in the World. Capt. Martin Van i5ure.il Bates was horn in Whiteshurg, Letcher county, Ky., November SI, 181G. He is seven feet eleven and one-half inches in height, and weighs 418 pounds. His father was about six feet tall ami his mother was a lady of ordinary stature. In 1X4!) Miss Anna H. Swan was born iu Col chester country, Nova Scotie, She was as tail as her mother w hen six years of age, but she continued to shoot upward until to day she is exactly the same height as her hus band seven feet eleven and one holf inches her weight being JK5 pounds. These two were married iu London some years ago, and on returning from their bridal tour, found an order from the queen awaiting them, requiring them to present themselves at Buckingham palace. They had previously ap peared before the Prince of Wales, and the iinjiiibers jof the Masonic lodge of which he is ii member, and it is probable that he has aroused his mother's curiosity by his de scription of them. She made them both bridal gifts. The captain re ceived a massive gold striking watch, the case weighing nine ounces and the entire watch over a pound, while with the immense neck chain the w hole weighed over three pounds.. The bride was presented with an immense diamond cluster rings, containing seven white jewels. Both the lady and gentleman are perfectly proportioned, every mem ber corresponding and aiding to produce a symmetrical but colossal figure. Mrs. Bates requires for an evening dress eighty yards ot material. Fever of Lwes. A voung Scotchman and shep herd, Mr. Charles Scott, of How- ford- Kt trick, Selkirkshire, Scot la ml, made the discovery a year or more igo that carbolic acid was a sure remedy l'or the fever ot ewes, pro duced from bad lambing. He com municated this intelligence to Mr. Henry Woods, an extensive sheep- user ot Norlolk, Liiglaud, and asked that the remedy should he thoroughly tested, and, if found eftectual, to make the fact public. In the last, issue of the Farmer's Chronicle (London, England,) this gentleman gives his experience with the remedy, and eites several very hopeless cases that were speedily cured by the treatment. The lirsr symptom of puerperal fev er is dullness and decrease of milk How; the latter condition may be known from lambkin showing signs ot hunger. No time should lie lost when these symptoms appear ; the remedy should be applied at once alter this manner: pour into the uterus carbolic acid, one part; olive oil, two parts, a ml bathe the outside well with the mixture. It is well to notice carefully the con dition ot ewes for three days nflei lambing, and if found to be droop ing, with signs of inflammation of the uterus, apply same remedy, but iu weaker solution, and repeat every ten hours, Puerperal fever is a common affliction, particularly with young ewes, and heretofore has proven fatal in a large majority of cases, and this discovery should have the attention of sheep-raisers. MteCKLLANKOlTH. JenkinV Amiiliilntor Tim tlieat, Southern Uemedv lor RHEUMATISM. GOUT A NF.l UALGIA Those terrible enemies of liuniiui hitppi lilii imi illsin. Gout mid Neuralgia heretofore seemingly uneoiipiernble, hiive indeed found their master in Jenkins, All inhibitor. W have the testimony ot men of the highest standing in Louisiana nun other States, that after sullcring inilescri bahle linins for years, from which they soiiL'ht relief in vain by visiting tho Hot uml Warm snriiiirs of Arkansas and Vir irinia. and bv using dozens -of remedies more or less liiirlilv nriiised, when, in fact hope had almost died out, they have found relief from pain by the usu of the Annihi late!', and hv continuing it for a short time, have been iiei fectly cured. The An nlhilatorisa nrcnaratioii purely vegetable. nirroeaule to the taste, and may be taken without fear of any injurious results by the delicate us well as iho robust in con stitution. Price S1.00 her bottle. For sale by all Druggists. Ask your Druggist, for cir cular containing certificates, or send to N. JENKINS it CO., Proprietor. New Oilcans, l.il. FlNI.AY & Thompson, Wholesale Drug gists. New Orleans. La., Gen. Agents lor Louisiana, Tcxiim, .Mississippi, Alabama, Arkansas and Honda. March 9, 1878. 41-ly STILL T 3 GRANGERS AND TIIK II W.ANI'K OK Solid Check. Virginia City Chronicle. " Speaking of gall," remarked an Eastern printer -last evening LIVERY STABLE, i'asraitoHla Mtrpot, It. F. PICKET informs Ins friend' and the traveling public, that he has estab lished his Livery Stable at the Depot, wnere lie is prepared to lurnish nurses saddle or to harness, with vehicles, at any time of the day or night. Also, hauling ot all kinds done at snort notice on rea sonable terms. With prompt and careful attention, and moderate charges, he trusts i to nit nl the patronage ot the public. uecvi-iy Pest Office hmm W. B. Schmidt F. M. Zikclfr. Schmidt & Zicg lcr, WHOLESALE GROCERS, IMPORTERS OF II incs 1 No. 49, 51, ii.3 & M New Irvr, Af.il' ORI.EAXS. A(e i i, -n- u KIC'H D r. BLALACK, Proprietor, (South side Railroad) Scranton, .... Mis ty The best of Winks, Liqrofts and Ciuars always on hand. Customers ac commodated any hour, day or night. j.v.Vlv THE OLD R ELI AISLE St BOOT AND SHOE MAKER, SCRANTON, - - MiKKiswrm, Will do all kinds of work iu his line, such as rank'ngand repairing boots and shoes, at the lowest living rates, itnu in tne most fashionable and workmanlike manner, noMy J. MIll.sO, Watchmaker & Jeweler. Wat. he, Clocks aud Jewelry left here for repairs I will not be responsible for over three months. April 10 ly SCKAXTOS, MlSSlsinTI. C street beet saloon, "talking of solid cheek, I never saw a man who had more ot it than Fete, Ulivcns ot Kansas City. Three of us used to room together there in 1872, One night in July it was so hot that it you'd chuck water on the side of a house it would si.x like so much hot iron we concluded to a:o (low n and sleep on one of the tim uer raics on tne river, well, we got on the raft with our blankets, just oeiore turningiu i'ete Ulivens said he guessed he'd cool off bv taking a swim. I knew that the current would snatch him right Un der, but didn't want to give him any advice, and he dived oft the end of theratt. The undertow caught ami sent him out of sight in about three seconds. As soon all" wc saw that he was drow ned,' the and the other chap went tor his effects.' We found S 00 hi his pants pocket and nu old watch. We took 'em up' town soaked the clothes for $!), aiid the watch for 112. Then we went 'round town on a sort of a jambo ree and spent the money. About 5 o'clock iu the morning we were drinking up tile last dollar with some of the boys at the Blue Cor ner, when w ho should walk in bat Pete himself in an old suit of clothes t hat he'd borrowed ot man three miles down the river. And hang me if he didn't demand his clothes, aud the next dav he was 'round dunning us tor tho paltry $8 50. The gall ot some men's enough to paralyze a Louisiana alligator." A witty gentleman, speaking of a friend who was prostrated by ill ness, remarked that " he could hardly recover since his constitu tion was all gone." "It his consti tution was all gone, said a by stander, " I do not see how be lives at all." " Oh," responded tho wag,- " he lives on tin; bv laws. A Story of the Trail. Detroit Free Tress. She was a tall, stout individual, and sprang out of the wagon as lightly as a spring chicken after a grasshopper. He, was a little with ered, dried up weasel, and followed slowly, bringing a basket of eggs with him. They entered one of our stores, and she asked : "What are ye giviu' lor eggs?" 'Eight cents," was the reply of the counterjumper, 'Well, hero are three dozen," said the fat party, "and I'll take it out in calico." "But I want some yarn to mend my socks," put in tin; old man. "Go barefooted," said she rather sharply. Then turning to the clerk, she changed her tune, and leinaihcii: -loung man, please count out me eggs and give me four yards of calico to match this 'ere dress." "But" flic old man was going to continue when she raised her huge index linger ami-.said : "Hen ry Winter Davis Spriggins,' them 'aid eggs are mine: the hens what laid 'em ere mine; the corn what fed 'em was mine; and iVe going to have a trail on. this 'ere dress as long as Jtsy Gowen's, if every toe on you? feet turned into gum biles. Now shut. And you young ster, yank oil four yards of that 'ere calico, or yon will hear a bumble bee a buzzing." The old man shut, and the clerk yanked off the calico. 1 am still at OR A XO ERS LAXDJXG, itiMt.vi uivcis. mss., where inav be found every description of usually kept inn store, at Grunge rates anil even lower tor CASH. 1 nave paid and will pav, the highest market prices lor Country Produce. ISeingthaiikfiil for past patronage, solicit a continuance of the same. THOS. V. GRAYSON, Agent. June Hi, 1877, (i-tf New Orleans & Mobile R. R. MOIULE LINE. The great through Route to the East, Noilli and West. Fix LOUISVILLE, Via ATLAXTA and Via ST. LOUIS. Cauiiyinu Tiir. U.S. Mail. Trains arrive aud depart from depot, font of Canal street, New Orleans, as follows: Depart : I Arrive : Mail 7::i(l A.M. Mail and Express. . Mail and Express I daily 7:."0a..m. daily rnOOr.M. Express '.1.15 p.m. I'lilliiinu I'alaec carsdaily, to ( iiiciiinat i, Louisville, Nashville, St. Louis, Washing ton, lialtimore mid riiihidclpliia without change, and only one change to New Vork and Eastern cities. D. H. ROHIN'SOX, Snpt. .1. W. Coi.i .man, Ticket Agent. MOSS POINT. HAND & J'.l.lDll'li'iS FOUNDRY, .71 o roiitf, iTli. IRON,BRASS FOUNDERS AND MACHINISTS, MANCFACWItKHS OK Slc.uii Iviigiiie, Gang ami Cirri-Jar Saw Mill, CRA TES, fl A RS, SASH, II Ell! UTS, Eh: Associated with us, is Mr. J. ILLING- WOUTH, ;i tirst-class HOILEK MAKER, SIIEr.TIRON WORKER and ISLACK- SMtTlf, and who Is also prepared to do all kinds of GAS and ST EAM FITTING. Orders giiarnnteed. ii'ld-V, 1877-ly elicited anil satisfaction HAND A IiLU.MEK. NEW GOODS! NEW GOODS!! E. T. ROGERS' CHEAP CASH STORE, .71 o Point, iTli. NKW ORLEANS, St. JtllilCK I No. 40 Mauazink, kkak ( OKLEANn Mitel Ori'OSITE MORGAYS TEV,B . STEAM-SRIp Ol'flCS, I W.N, Bum '7A.fyTWl Iii Ofllce, Having leased this Hotel f. it is my purpose to keep R ..,, '' ' sons, and inako it a ilesini ,L ,1 , guests, both transient and ,, 1 ' very reasons hie terms. 1 Miirch"',, D. Mcrcier & S011! Mknk, Youths a.nii llmv DATS, BOOTS & SHOES, FrRXISHIXC IMiit COIiNEUDAUPHIXp, & HI KN VILLI,; ST, i -tirancli tSf,rei XEW ORLEAXlS, ,,; tlT Orders for Coiinlrv .', . . . ' ""iri proiupuy ixeeillt'd on most !,. terms, Deoemlier 1 1877. Come and See M, li7 Common Street, Ni:v 0iu.i;.iSf The best brands of Wines uml I; always on hand. Lunch everv il,,- 101 a. in. to I n, m. JAMES N.llOGART, l'rqiri,!,, J 111 u, , ,,, n. I have nst received ii new stock, con- sistmg of sinph' uml finny Itry ftfOrf, Notions, t loTlilllg, Hats, Shoes, rookery, 1 in and W oodenwine, etc. A full stock' of Choice Family Groceries and Corn, Oats and Hian, always on hmul. Al so, Tobacco, Cigars and Pipes; unit, iu act every thing usually kept lu.u lust- lnss store. 1 invite nil to exiiinine mv stock. No trouble to show goods. Agent for J. V. TnuluiciV Sou's Soul hern made Knots and Shoes. April 211, 1M7H. jaH UREA T J A CKSOX ROUTE ! vew Orient!, AMI CHICAGO KAILKOAI) DOUIU-I St. liOiiiw LINE. DAILY THROUGH TRAIN'S. Tolniceo Siuoke for Gape. The tobacco smoke has saved all of the chickens sick with gapes so far the one almost dead when the remedy was first applied seems cured They have been smoked sis tunes. A lew live coals are put in an old iion pot, and a pmcli ot tobacco placet! on them.' As soon as the smoke begins" to rise, the chickens which have ru'eviouslv been placed in a basket, and' put over the vessel and covered with a cloth. They, or any one thus af fected, are made to inhale the smoke until they tumble over par tially insensible, when they are re moved from the basket. They soon revive and tho spasms have lessened. Will arrive at and depart from the Calliope street depot, New Orleans, from July 15. H77, as billows : m.i'AUT. Aliiuvi:. Express No. 1 .(!:(! p. in. No. .. Initio a. in Express No. :i.7:00 u. m. No. 4. . ,-:lf( p. in No 1 and ti run daily, tl and -I daily except Sunday. FULLMAX PALACE SLEEPERS through without, change to Cincinnati, Louisville, Chicago, Cairo and Milan, leiin., and for St. Louisa Sleeper is at tached at Milan, Tcnn., enabling passen gers In go through without leaving the Irain. ONLY ONE CHANGE TO NEW V ( RK AND EAS'l URN t i l IF. Friday evening train makes no connec tion nt I it Quoin for Chicago. Aceomiiiiidation Trains between New Orleans nnd McCninli City. Leave New Orleans at tittIO n. in. Satur day, iind7:tlOa. in. Sunday.- Arrive at New Orleans lit 9:o() n. in. Sun day, and UtttO a. in. Moudav. i ii kets lor sale and iiiformntioii given at Ticket otrice,'"jy Camp stri ct, under the City Hotel. A. D. SHELDON, Agent. .1. C. Ci.AliK. V. P. and G. M. July as, 1KT7. lJ-tf 71 i s s i n m i i i BOOT k SHOE FACTORY, A. BLUMER. Proprietor. ,1O.SVS 1'OIXT, MfSSTSSJI'l'I. A. II..KIMVOLD,4ct. Corner ( uiutl and Royal Mretl TIIK Cheapest Place in New Orli niu h V ntchcH, T-velrtr SILY EJi AM) PLATKI) WAIi A large assortment and every aitiiti ly gnaranieeil. Jcc. ti. 177. J., r.ooos and siior.s at wholesale. Having recently enhirged my fieilit ies, and added the latest und most improved niiiehinery to my faelory, I ion now pre pared to manufacture HOOTS ,V SHOES in ,1 , . s r ri. es a xi i x a s i o u. i .v rv. and sell to the trade al WHOLESALE RATES as low ns any house in tho Saulh. 1 assure the public that all lealln-r used in the niiniiil';ii't lire of my Hoots anil Shnrs is OAK-TANNED, and of the best iiiality. Inspection of my goods is soliciii-d l,y I Hade, as I giiiiriinlee sal isl'acl ion as to ipiality of yvork and prices. cap! kp! h: J. il. Siellrr, Maiinftirtiiret 1IO Gravier Street, IV'W (l-l'lllis, Ijn PALM, STANDARD OLIVE, OLIVE, MAGNOLIA, GERMAN OLIVE, CASTILE, CARIIOL1U , 'I01LKTS, SO.yV'IN.V. SOAPINA; The best of Snaps, is free of m,iu specially adapted to yvnsliing el Wi, Goods and jiue fabrics. I V Flannels washed with it urn i as when new. Jim. Ill, 1H78. J. T. slillt.VS A CO, . . I.KAt.VtllS I.V. . fjf. IMI. Corn IVIt'sil. JlsTJD FLOUE Dry N'os. ! to ilitl New Levee, t'nr. l'ei-Jni NEW ORLEANS. J.-in'y fi, 1H,"M. I alsi o.vic corjivji: HOARDING IIOUSK, Oman Sprines Hiss Is now open for the season. This tirst-class and pleasantly situated boarding house lias been put in splendid order, so as to otler unparalleled attrac tions ns a in nun and pleasure resort. Thi- uuii iircezes, sea oat lung, niiiierul waters and general healthlulness of this coast resort, makes it desirable above all others Hi tins count i-j , . , . , Mas. J ULIA WARD, Proprietress. June 7, ll-4m "Doctor, my daughter seems to be going blind, and she's just tret- ping ready for her wedding, too! O, dear me, , what is tobedonef " Let her go right on with the wed tliug, madam, by all .means. - If anything can ojh'u her eyes,' mar riage will." . .Well Known. As it is known that Dr. Price's SnerinI Flavoring Extract are not made up from cbvmical poisons, lint mwnral flavors, deli cate and grateful M tkemof cnllivated palate, they are growing rapidly in mpu- ur lavor. It is only uocewtrr to try these liavors to be contineed that they are fine Mid (Hire. i BUTCHERS ! - Mt.0 if'too.n tr co. Will ftuiiih the vi'icns of Moss Point. S'.'iant.ln and the Seashore with fresh KEEF, MUTTON, ETC. at loyv rates, and deliver the same nt their places ot residence. Delivers incut at Moss Point Wednesibiv nun r riiiay inonnng", . mm Mituiiliiy eve ning, j At Serantoii and the Seashore and iuvervening points, Tuesdays Thmsdiiys am) Saturday s. . , . lieef supplied to the vessels or others-st wholesale or retail. . . IRA K1IOOM A C'. May 24, li7i?. $MV C.fci.IIiitdiert, PASS CIIKISJIAN, MISS., DKALKItS IX DRY GOODS, CROCER1FS, LIQUORS, Fruits, Feed, Linnlxr, Shingles, Lime, Plaster, Cement, Laths, Nails, &c &k., always on hand. June l, 177. 8-tf Ii on baud a full suiinlv of DRY GOODS. GROCERIES, HARD WARE, Etc. Particular attention is di rected to the lillin(ry Stock, of Mrs. KLUMER, where can be found nil the LATItST Stvi.ks of Ladies' l!at, Koiim-ts Ikimminos, KimsoNs, E.Mimonit HY, Ere. I also keeii on band all kinds of SEII IXtl MAC1IIXES, Needles and Oil, which i win sen at ji'ii' til-loans prices. Muss Point, Mi-w., Oct. 2.'), W7. lv Orleans ISaibrr Mnip, ('oiiiiiioii St., opiosite St. ('liiirlt'ii Id XEW ORl.EAXS. SlIAVI.V. Sll IMI'llllNIMi. Hunt nn AMI Dvitl.Nti IN tub MOST Allllsill Ml Also, the eelebliited gellllinr Elifl Hair Krusliiiig Mschiiie in stirecsnl'ul 'f ation in this shop. GEORGE lU'ltENER, I'roprii. Oct. as ls;7. A. n LjVvi. & to. John IVIcDonald; UNDERTAKER, Nos. mid litl North Conception St., bet. Dailiihine uml St. Francis Street, op posite liieuville Siiiure. .Mobile, .tin. The LargeMt Assort liieut of 7Iefallie Cnkels v Casew Iu this city. Also Malniptnv, Black Walnut and iH Kin of M Coffin, And everything conn, cted with s first-rlass undertaker's cstahlishn-ciit. Ih-ders w- eeived sr.d lirnmptly stt-nded to at all hours, day of night. Ivcsiilenee up stairs, over otlire, July !, 1K77. . ly Ihnkr in CLOTIIIXG, HATS. AND eiifV riimis.iiio; f.'oori. Corner Royal and Daiiphiue Rtrools. MOKILE, Al A. Nov. 27. lf-77. ly A. J. R A. UK AY " STONEWALL Miss. w hoI IlSaij; t KKtAR. HKA1.KUS in 7' (Joods, Groceries. Cloth inn. Kooti A'Wt, Hats, Hard tain , etc. The highest ( ami price uaid lor WfMH.. inH sll country produce. April vj, l7S. Hi,,, LVJoh Printing of every description. 1 watly tjti cilled. LAND for SALE. Ilie nndorsigned ItMChean Ri a. h I.ts and Sntatp I.a.ms forssle near Scott a fit a tion. New ul mis and Mobile Railroad. tar turlner p.irtioplnrs, addn-ss vvm. Mr'A ugh a v, I'aes Christian, Miss. Fe& .tS, 1ST 8. v.7i. v. iii:i:oi .i, fil l' ftr.XTO.Y, (Siieoessor to C. llonMijnn,)' UNDERTAKER, SMS No. 3 St. EmauiiA Stn-et 1m-i. Dauphii and Conri The largest assort ment of Metallic CaoriA CnoLel. Also, :.lAHf.ANV. and all V,.,.! .., Wiwin Covritt, and ex, rylhi nr. r,ii,f-.-l til will, a tirsl-cl c5.Tfl,t,iShm.-,ii. Orders rec-ivct th illcndi .l at a! Iilirs; Nijlit N-H st oce. as t rv.ub.Bee. No. 875 liaunhiii. Iviwr. Wsrren and I'esrU.rn lre, is. Juris '1 , SuccesMiv.', t. Sle'innb, IliiliUin A' IMPORTERS .1X1) HEALERS IS Pistols STEEL; XA1LS, CASTIMS, Agrieultml Iuiiil.'icnts, I'nints. ( Motels. Tinware, Raihoiul Sup plies, rilucksniilhs' and t'nr ueuers' Tools, Etc., Etc. Agents l. Si VetallieCartridireC11" 71 Caiial & 9 0."5 Comniou St. Adjoipinyvtv Hotel, IS'KAV OKfUA.MS, LA. January 11, 1H7.H. ' SEEDS. K. F. TIRCilX, DKALItK IN GARDEN Fl.OWKK AN1 GlIAH SKKK, Fl.oWK I g'aiuikn lMrl.:Ml'.N,FnlITll.lztll',',1 Chufa Sect In nhantitirs to suit psn liasrr AWM, jj Ettvsliiptii f,7.s r Frff Trit ! ai o ;ema ier , .- j All orders bv mail wiU receive rf sod careful attention. UH meter Stren. , . Betwoeii Camp and Magaziue XEH ORLEAXS. . Feb. 1ft, Is77. -Jr OYSTERS IN EVKYSTTtf 23 St.- Chirle Street Ikwern Canal & Conine- NEW OKLE.VS. LE0X LAM0TJIE, Wf Frivale Dining Kinims ai Tonus iiKsieraie, rvt.iti, is77. , UH' C.!"nTplin&Ca ,Htin" COMMItiSlGX No. ;i5 C-Motidelet rtreet. )rlen e w g.-itAt u t t f ttV Vble Addrrj..- HAMLI Jarv I.,. l-."i.