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"jTa y e n s fc Dees, iPuscagoula, Mies: FRIDAY APK1L !. Entv'ed at the pm.tie, Kraiiton, a!ia., Second-cUis wail matter. TEIS or SVBSCKIITION: IV nnum (in advance) fcsx month 44 Hub t six, Pr yer, AlVEin"ISlXO KATES One .nar, flrt insertion 1'44U a,iiliwincrt itlricrt UiN. ...... .-.r.o 1.50 , 75 Marriage sud Obituary Notices, of over inline," will bo charged fr m regular advertisements. A liberal dcluetioa wade to those who advertise by the year. All person hatulintr in adTHiniiit will Ui charged One lfcdlarand Kilty ft nt .. .1,.. tirl n.U &ivmtv St Cent tif rSl-h anbseiiucnt insertion of n inch or iquare, uules ixtcial rcwi;ui. m . kim n their nnblicatinn. AUadvertntenientiuot hring th num ber iuM-rtious marked, win o puun.ucu til forbid, Mid charged accordingly. r Kneri.nl Notice. All fetter relating to tlie hnsinrsaof the .1.1 It.o.lsluivo lk-mturnt nbould l ftd- lBcl U P. kVlUyem, Haud.boro, Mum., and all matters )w rtatuiinj to the '''- Id to Mayer & Dees. Pa.agoul ilia. PnocT TimP Tahl N 0 &. IUI COaSt limC-iaaiB n. U. ot m. 0 aud after April &, 1. paaattiger Irattia nil tlinK. t. and M. railrund will urrtve and depart followi : OUlXO BAST. No. 1. leavlnir Kew Orleans at 7am n.vt!ivPt. LouK fcOt a.m.J Patw Clitiatinn,'J:30; Mihidwippl City, 9.5:1; loxl. lthlfh Ocean Fu iiiK, lU!M E" ...... 1 I) ... Wl.lV. It.. engonla, iw:i4; uranu imy, n.. MnUilo, li: .t) p.m. iruula, Ml; Grand Hay, Wouiic, OOl.NO WKT. - Ko 1 iuir Molili at 3.00 a.m., ar- rivet at Grand Hay, 3:47; F.iwt Paacnguula, i.-M; Ocean Spring 4:53; lliluxi, f:tH;; Mi.ti(whli City, f:; rana Christian, 6:42; Bay t. Louis, &:!; lew urienim, x. i Wvinif Muliilo at 4:(X) n.iu., ar rive at Oraud buy. 4:5f; Eunt Piiscagouhi, R-:il: (Vt-au SuriiiL-n. ti:U; llilnxi, (!:; Mimimiippl Citv.:47; Pawt ChriHtian, 7:11; isay et. iamih, u, ew umn, Noa. 8 and 3 atop ouly ut above stations, and ajtenta will, not aell tiekeU for any other ut at urns. Nos. 1 ami 4 atop at nil t;Tioua. t - . , t LOCAL 1 1' AH A GRAPHS. -PleaRant. Business so-so. - Drapiatics to night. Preaching Sunday night. -Snnday-8chool picnic May day Wilkes & Co. will keep all the latest periodica li A card "to the public " will be found among our new tuls. Tho Tascagoula Amateur Dra inatics la the attraction for to-night Whooping cough is prevailing among tho children of this village Bead the slierifl's sale in this issue. A chance to buy a railroad is oQored. ' ' -' ' Tho Ijco Association excursion passed over the road Wednesday from Mobilo to New Orleans. A frost fell In this viciuity on the Oth, but did no damage to trnit. and but little to young vegetables. Cologne at Dr. W. A. Cox's drng store at $1.75 pint Also toilet soaps, tooth brushes, etc., it low prices. T V 1T..1! -,111 nrooAl. af. the Seashore next Sunday after- boon nt 3 o'Clooki and at Scrauton (Academy nt half past 7 p.m. Dr. W. A. Cor has just re turned from Mobilo with a fresh stock of drugs, chemicals, toilet ar tides, etc. He is prepared to fill prescriptions with pure drags at city prices. Mr. L. It. Hamborlin, of Clin ton. Miss., will accept thanks for an invitation to be prcscut at tho anniversary of the Ilermenian so ciety of Hisslssippi college, which takes place to-uight. The 6m of Geo. W. Wilkes & Co. will open op their new store next week, whou a stock of notions, periodicals, sheet music, etc, will be displayed. Their motto will be 41 cheap for spot cash." To-night (Friday) tho Pasca goula. Amateur Dramatics will give au entertainment at Scrauton aca demy.: 'Read their advertisement and then go and see those ladies and gentlemen on the stage. . - w Dr. S. Bullock, Jr., of Grand Bay. Ala., iuforma us bv letter that lift will lw. I.nra fi.mnPrn ont all V,n ,1n!t,iu f..;., 0.;n0 yr r'-v." ".. ow cau naa.iiiin at Chldseys drug store. He expects soon to locate ' , - ' permanently at this place. Dr. Jjnmbert requests us to , correct thb statement made iu these columns hist week iu regard to the rumor of him and Drv Pelcaz, of Ilanusboro, forming a co-partnership. He suys tho rumor is incor rect, and be does not believe Dr. .relunz intends moving to this vil . r. . aitives at lUiy 8t. Louis, 6:."4i; Pan fliria tiaii, 7:i!7; Mlwrtrtiippl City, 7:4ri; lliloii, iu. Wo Itaiu that Mr. I. S.'Ostwm j has been rtmovt'4 Iron tLe possiilo'i of iKr: i;isKi'tor at tUis port. IVpnty (.Viiet'tor Liu.ey LsaUe :i 1-iu-z to tLo duties of u:s ettor an,! collector. We regret to k.irn that onr feliow-towusuiiin, Mr. v . J. duty, accidcuUlly alippod and tell while at work uc.:r the old S.irraziu mill, last Weduestlay, receiving a pain ful hart in bis hip. lie is confined to his bed. Mr. Fred Staples, of Ocean Springs, and Miss Katie Lewis, ot West Pascagoula, were married at the residence oi the bride's iuther, CoL A. E. Lewis, Thursday of last week. We wish the toai-lo a long life ot happiness. The Violet Social club of Bi- loxi gave & minstrel performance at Arcade hall, ILindsboro, on the 9th inst, aud was much enjoyed. Wo regret to hear that the pro ceeds wcro Email, and hope tho next time this elub gives one of their performances that the hall will be crowded. A dance ful lowed. . . t .... capt. A. L. Kimball, of Mobile,! was last Saturday awanleu tna eoutractfor cleaning out the bar at the mouth of Pnscagoula river. The channel is to be oue hundred feet wide and seven feot deep at low tide. This will give a sufli- cieut depth of water for such schooners aud steamers as wish to enter tho river, and will avoid many delays to which vessels have heretofore been subjected. The contractor has sixty days within which to commence work, but we understand he will be ready to be gin operatious within a few weeks. Tf vniidi.Kiri.oRrMiil unl.msiinr. i evening uud bo highly entertained do not fail to w itness the dramatic performance at Scrauton academy to-night (Friday). The Pascagoula Dramatic troupo has, withiu tho last few years, given Beveral enter tainments nt this place, nnd lias always pleased tho public, aud while tho acting of the diflurent members may not have como up it tliA at iiwlnrit tf ti m-nfi'tifcilnnula " yet wo venture the ussertiou uo company ot amateurs in the State excel our home troupo in tho ivudi tiou of tho pieces selected. Dr. C. Chidsey, tho veteran in amateur dramatics, is manager, which is tin assurance that everything will go off well. Heireskuieuts will be ou the tables to bo had ut rensouallo rates. - Wool Market. Ilelnw wo Rive the wool (imitations an tnlsen from the Mobilo and New Orleaii paper of tho latoat datea: Monn.K. April V. Wool I nwnxlitd, 3()'a30c; washed, 40150o; burry, 15ii)'A'io Nr.w Orlka.VH. April 1j. Wool Hurry, V.)a'2c; lAiiiiaiana clear, .t2'3.)o; clear lake, 3137o y, IB. Gainesville Dots. BY RUSTIC. Dr. DloomQcId, dentist, has his shingle huug out at John Moore's drug-store. A Bay local wants the regular . f . ... .... ,. ...... . lei lll OI UOll I U VO uo uum ui , and KOCS Oil WltU UCSCIVlIlg piai0 ..,',,, ' ',,,. u.mm. saw. that is too much Uieso hard tunes; we might ask whero wo would get another l'o no, another bo nnet, or seme other easy question, but not another nam uo never. Mr. Chas. Mohr, au expert ap- poiuted by the U. . goverument, has been throueh here. Lie Is em ployed iu makiug a report that will be lucluded in the cousus reports, of the forest growth of tho coun try, but more especially a ocscrip- of our piuo its diQereut tmn vaitinies. etc. Mr. Mohr seems much interested iu his mission, and is verv iudustrious in his re searches, lie will crosff Pearl river at Pool's or Leydou'B bluff, and from thero will survey the eastern bonndary ot Bogue Chitto creek, and from thenco ou to the samo side of Amite river. Doubtless ho will also make a scientific exaiuma tiou of those bods ot plastic clay in the nnner edce of Hancock county, which may sottlo tho ques tiou as to tuoir value in a commer oial point of view, Pearl river has run down so sud- denly that scarcely any logs have reiMJ,ieu U'1U8-, J) I nA n.ivlif in tlt.i cltmilu anil niuiiv tlin mills. A irreat nianv a vv v. v 0 v mo vauuv in v duuihoj twin otiier8 lodged on tho sandbars from Columbia dow n. Tho river seems to DTOW in a WOrSO COIldltioll OVCiy year. I noticed that a bill Jias been -...-ojucoj . tie Louisiana legila k. mvumimt nf vvst i i.i i m 1 1 ir Lurj iiiiiiv vmvuK P.mrl river. It seems our only hope for any improvement to the main river must come, if ever, iron the U. S. govern incut. Sometimes wo hoar a whifJpcr ot it thou it dies away. The time has come wheu a large portion of our Stale ia interested iu tho question Bniigs should be cut out, -cut-oil's made and, some bayous closed. Then we may hope lor an era or rnn.i Mint can -never como without Point I le.as EY In ."!, !l!ss Litlie l:y..n a..l Mrs. IV;!j vent, ef Oiari Spriti,,", tavo Im n ?M'in.lin a few tl:i s w ith fiiotiJa bete. Sundav moruhij ll-v. It. S. u.u will preach at the Pantiat church in this place at 11 o'clock, public are cordially iavitud. lte.t One of oar merchant has found out within tho pa.t week that "there is music iu the leir." He has a little girl to call him 'papaf Per. S. J. Bingham loft on Tues day morning lor the spring meet ing of the Sew Orlcaus presbytery, which convened at McCouibCity on Wednesday, the litu iust. Ou Monday cveuing a car track gave way at Mr. Morn uiill, pre cipitating a car loaded with lumber to tho ground below, making a ter rible noiso. Una of the mill hand had his jaw pretty badly cat in the ta'.L That delayed "0. C. C." has como at last, and will be fotiud tor salo at ISinLhara a drug store. If your poultry is sick don't fail to purchase this chicken cholera cure, Best recommendations given ns to its eOlcieucy Sage winter seems loathe tolcave the chair of state to gentlo epm aotl aa a jiwie, we U0IMS) qnite the chair of state to gentlo spring, show of frost, the emblen, of his hoary self, made its appcarauco a few mornings since, and tbcro were sonio apprehensions of a blighted garden, but no vegetation seemed to be uij u ted. Ou Friday morning (!)th) the dead body . of a negro numod Joe Johnson was fouud lying ou the floor of his bed room in a position that iudicated that he had rolled from tho bed. Judge O. Itandall, nfter summouing a jury of iuquest, proceeded to the house uud went into au examination ot tho case Alter gathering all the information from witnesses and other sources in regard to the deceased, tho jury cve a verdict that tno deceased . . I l .1. I ...,. ',! came vo uis ucitiu uy uu utt ui viun from some unknown disoaso .The deceased had been known to bo in bad health and a cripple. Ho labored under the impression that he was bewitched, and no modo ot argument could ever induce him to believe otherwise. Our town which has experienced A dearth ut business bo long, uas now assumed tho most business like nir sinco the fatal fall of 1877, For the past week it has been alive with loinneii from up tno rivers The recent rains have been the means of bringing down a perfect harvest of saw logs, ot which tue mills have been sorely in need. All the mills nie now busy, some oi them night aud day, cutting bills to suMly the demand for lumber, Heretofore the mills wcro alraid to take a contract for a largo bill of lumber lest they could not get logs sufficient to cut itj but now tho wheel of fortune in that respect has changed, and logs are once inoro plentiful. Our mills are now nrcimrcd to cut lumber that w compete favorably w ith any market as to quality and price. Upon the whole everything points to a uioro prosperous future. May it bo "ever thus." Ocean Spring Items. BY KEI'OUTEU. The littlo negro boy who was shot bv his younger brother -died last Saturday morning. Col. W. Ii. Stuart left last week ou a visit to piasuTUie. ve sus pect he is utter inoro ot those hue merinos. Grand ball at the christening of the new nud elegant Vnncleave hotel next Saturday uight. Send P. K. over. Slicep-slicariug has commenced in earnest, and w e may soon expect to see tho wool coming into market. Hob Lewis is here with the cash anxious to exchange it for wool. Mr. Fred Staples, our deservedly popular young merchant, did honor to himself nnd our community last week in bringing homo as his wife Miss Katie, tho lovely uud accotn nlished danghter of Col. A. E, Lewis. Fred, wo always thought you a young mau of excellent taste and judgment, aud uow we know it. Rev. Joseph Nicholson has been very sick at his homo hero tor turoo weeks, and very littlo uope is en tertamod of his recovery, no nas host of friends throughout Mia- sissippi and Louisiana who will regret to hoar or bis precarious condition. He is au old aud faith ful " Soldier of the Cross," aud universally beloved. I think we can boast of more substantial improvements in and about our villago than any other place on tho coast, xonr cones noudont will inako a risit of inspeo tiou before uext wees, ana iry to . . . , A. - furmsb your next issue with a list and dcscriotion Ot tue new uuuo a , m ings just flnishea aim in course oi erection. Uar DusincBS men nuuci pato a tine season, and eycrybody is cheerful aud hopeful, wo cer tainly have oauso for congratula tiou. ' Seashore Camp Meeting. The regular annual camp meeting of Huhk bore cauin irround lor vwj win no noiioe on Wednesday, Jnuo 111, and con tliiA from eiirht to ten day. ThlM Iminu- a month earlier than usual that earlier attention aud timely urtinn be mado that all tbinttS may 1. in rmullneKN. Annlieatioua mado for loin or lor buildinir, or for routinn tent, ,,ii i.. iiiiuln to anv of tho trtiHteoH, or to 1 n... L.....,i-..n tho LToumU. "J. 1. liniuil ' toil, heaahoro UH"I a,,"""!.'..".?r1" ' MiM." 1 W , II. F IKTEK, l'rei K ',,, .....,. ,,,.mi, t.,,r Uilox 1 vv , II. fustek, rret i'lllLIl' HAJXAKAJN, bec y ! Mr. and Mr,. !!o!iy, t.f N Or leans are visiting at CVdateruft. lleivy Yot on Friday ni-lit. (.'onsiderable damage done to the trait. li - veaiug iu the M. L.taaii.h by Mr. Briggs, ot Mobile. Squire Bonifry nuited a couple in matrimony at the school house one day last week. The scholars tl were the bridesmaids. Our school closes on Tridar of this week; Mies Alice Bull, the preceptress, has bn encaged to teach iu northern Mississippi. Miss iiuil is a good teacher, aud Ala bama eauuot have too many such. Llltle Josie Vaillant died on Sun day morning ot dysentery and w hooping cough. "LiUlo Josie will never be forgotten by those who knew her, for she was a sunbeam that lighted up the thorny path wavs ot lite and made, the home circle approximate au Eden, (iood bye, little sweetheart, while the rosea blessom npon your grave and the gentle raiu shall drop its tears, your smiles will illumine our hearts, and the echo ot your laugh ter make music iu our ears. The sympathy of all a TO with her friends. -xo Board of Supervisors. HASCOCK COVNT. Proceedinga of the boanl of nervior of Hancock couuty, epecial April term, K. Latham, Jo. A. Favro aud C o. W. Favrv, uiemlier prewut; Jo. Martin and P.J. jautliay, memliei abxrnt. tieo. W. Johimton, ahvritf; K. II. llotl'man, eleik. Ordered that r'lort of coninawionera to examiuo bridge aerotui it'aviue Favro tttkd uiake plana and upecitk-atioiia for tho name be reeeived, and that the clerk give required uotice. Ordered that tho amount for retailing vinous and piritoiw liinor iu town ui' Hay St. Lou in bo tixed at J'J'NI. Ordored that pi'titions of FraukTaconi, Claude t'atonl. Uiacomo Monti, iSiiuou Litwa, Joint Monti, C. Uarrutini and Messrs. Lnx &, Fudury bo received aud tiled for 'M daya, aud if thero be no coun ter petition liloil, tlie rlei k to Ihmuh cer tificate upop their complying with tho law. Ordered that the unit now pending in the circuit court ni'iiinst aurctie of John J. Saucier, (tccraaod, late aherilf and tax- collector bo and the mime i Iiercoy com prountiud and aettled, aud eeuiilie fur rvt r relcaiu-d from Raid bond ou paying tho mim of titty dollar and all r.M, aud that tho dixtiiet attoruey be inducted to UIMIIIMMIll SUIt. Ordered that the proposal of E. V. Odom for iiublishinir iiroi eediiii'H of Imam to amount of S'.HJ per annum bereci-iv. il. Orilered that the following amounts ho allowed auu paid out of county treasury, to-wit: Geo W Johnaton, aherilf, ttationery Murch term chancery court & 5 00 Geo W Joliimton, thi'iitf, ti iimiitlta ex ollloio service chancery court 95 00 Geo W Johunton. tiliei il)', 3 itav tit- totidaiico chuncrry court fl PO Geo V Johiihton, tax collietor, for himla iniproiierly mid !) f0 Mra (J Laiwabe, pauper, W mouth. . . 10 00 L A Di'Montluin, piediciuea, etc,, l'lirnihhcd prisonon 11 '2 K Liithnin. president liounl, I iluy.. 4 00 Jos A Favro, member .. ..4 00 G W llollcinrtii, member .. .. 4 00 U W Jolinstou, iheritt' county 1 day, '2 00 1 H llotl'maii, clerk comity, 1 day.. 3 00 Ordered that lioard ad ourti nutil term II OOIII80. I-.. l,a i ham, i re, Atteti K. II. IIoVKMAN, Clerk. Marine & Commercial OFFICE OF THE DEMOCRAT-STAK, rA8CAU(t'LA,Thuihiy, April 15, leiao. J For the week ending April 6. AliliiVKt). Ger bk Iim. Miedbrodt. ho,! tons, tiom tiicemuu, (Uor.) in ballast to A L Uaii- iii r A Co. Nor blc UiiNocr, Olncn, 3n,J tons, from Am Btenlnni, llol., In ballast to A C Dan nor A Co. Am lij( Carrie E PiokeriiiK, 1 orrey, 278 tour., nniler enrollment ami license, in ballast from Gulvestion to Thnaiaa A Gauso. Exempt from cinttoinhnu.se entrance. CI.KAI1KD. Nor bk TorileiiHkjald, rnulHOii, 44l tons. for Cherbouri?, Franco, Willi itnltitf snp. teet lumlH',l,(iUO cubic njct timber bv llercier ai Dchmet. Aust bk Aiiria-Aiinn, Kcoponich, 40!) tons for Liissinpicoli, Aii8.,witli Joiou sup, tect lumlter, ami rJ.U cubic luettuu ber bv L F llibrard. Nor bk Donirla Ciwtln, Jolmnnewni, fi'.Kl tons for London, Eng., with 4'.ti,i'.u up. teet lnuibftby GuyUovan ft. to. ol Jolnlo. A Vtamii in pout. Nor bk Helaiia, Thowson 1163 loadinir at Mini Inland Swcd bk Ernst. WilllM-rjih, , . . . .4:iU Fr bk lvrvcnchn, Antoni IB Nor chin President, Lie 100.' loainnir at onin laiauii, Am bk Morcedita, Thateher. HM Koaaela designated, thus are cxemiit from enfrance at the euHtomhoiiHo, and ai therefore not included in tho records thereof. LUMUKll 8TATUMKNT. Cleared from Bcpt-i 1, TH, to Sept. 1, "7D. .28,040,509 Cleared since Sept. 1, 1W9 . Cleared sjuco April U, 180. ..ll,it.r.-i .. I,09'i05 Total i ..12,280,75! Seashore District-Second Itotmil, T. 8. WEST, '.'residing Elder. Snnnhore. at Uiloxl churoh, Apiil 17 itnH Iri. llamlsboro and Hay t. bonia, at nanus l..,.. ,.l,rl, A, n il !2i ami 25. I'lMirlinn-toii. Gainesville church, May 1 and 2. wl PnHcmmnln. Mav 8 and 9. Kiiinvlllc. Shadv Grov churoh, Wed Euon, Cn'ion Ihnrch, Thursday, May 13, Weatvillo, WilliamsbHrj:, May 15 and 10, f 'l.iim rinive. Honcw ill. May 22 and 2:1, Mt. Carmol, Columbia church, MayiW and 30. ..,,. Pxarl Pivr. I'leimant Valley church T...... 1 Whitington, Sloop Hollow church, June ft and (. Kimt. Piuu-iLimiila. Juno District Conference at Ocean Spring, Friday, June It. Blanks! Dlanks! Justices of the Pcaoo will And all kinds of legal blanks for salo at this ollice, at low down figures for the cash. Grand Bay I to tut. IVtw Advertisement. 1) raiiirttic KnltrUiiuiiU'iit ! IH'.S .Fri.iajf LVLNiNG, April IC, AT XCHAXTOS ACAUI'.V, hu Ml til ur l.Ulir '.t U' CtkBK-8 III i a'UI. I , IilY WU'E'S DETIST,,, T (ODelnde ai'h THE BARRACK RCCH." AJminni.m W emt tor mitlemea; 85 rrntK d,r lad.ea and cliiltlreii. Alvi refn-ahtiteiit ti uln. lkMirn np.-ii at 7:'K, f immcnc at M5P. WANTED ! ! ONE GOOD SAWYER. ONE GOOD FILER. AddreM, Itox 2130, New Oi leans, La. April 10, IrvH). 4 U To the Public. We, the undersigned eitizeu of Mux Point, laving known Mr, Kd. Ilnaa for tome leiitli of time, b.-lieve bun to bo au hourwt, nimht i)ntlenian. Aud further believe him cnliroly itnioeent of the ebarge prefvrrua agamt uiui ou tue llth iut. John II. Turner, J. W. Stewart, W. U Ward, R. U. Pel man, Chan. Nelson, K. T. Kogers, A. t'luiner. Moas Tomt, April V 4-lt H. P. BUCKLEY, 8 Camp St, New Orloanj, WATCHMAKER, And denier la fins Witehet, JKWELmI, Silver Ware and Spectacles. Try Sr f Wlclwa R'ih Jawolnr mle to order. Wamonrt nej In the newmt style. AH i nmim yrloe ud tuUy guaranteed. April Hi, 171). 4-lJ rSlierill' Halo. Lonit Mailo vs. N. O. M. and T. K. It. Company. Ily virtue of an exi-cntinn to nirdirecti- from tho clerk of the circuit court of liar- isou county, Slato of Mississippi, Iu tno a'uovi) stilted cause, .1 will null at iulilic auction. t the Inirliest bulder lor ca-.li, trout ot the court liouso in rciiiuton, J.ick- sun county, Miss., on Monday, May 3, 1SS0, within tho uniiul hours, all of the Ian now in the posseHHioii of the said New Or leans. Mobile aud TcXos Kailroad Com pauv, witu stat loniiousrs, seciiiiiiiionscs, etc, In Jackson county, roinmeneing at tho Alabiiiua line and running west to III inn iliviiluiL' JackMiu uud llairisun conn ies. a tlie inoiu-rty ol t lie aloresaul New Orleans, Mobile and Texas Kuilroml Com- mm v. siibh ct to a ib eil of trust mado urn executed bv tho said New Orleans, Mobilo and Texas lhiilroad Company tho 1st day of Jannarr. WJ. to Jiitues A. loiynnr niu E. 1). Moi-L'tiii. to secure the pajnient nl our inilliou dollar. J. r LI.A1K, Klierilf Jacksou comity. Suantoti, April 1, I'M). 4 3t liiKolrcut Notice. Thn est ul i of Thonuui lial owav. ill eeiiHPii. imv nir neeu iiiuv r miih-h iiiboi . . . , , , .i i i vent liv tlie administrator thereof to th. in nccrv court ot tlie county oi .lacanou ii the Stain of JIisnissililil. at tlio heiite.m ber term, l7'.l, thereof, and the sumo said cutiito having been so declared Insolvent by the said court, at the Marett term, vxu, thereof. . ... Now. thcTefinw, all the creditor ol saiu estate lire hereby respectively notilieil ami warned to come foi-wnril mm imve .tueir in, is dulv moliatid and recistcred in tho register kept by tho ckrk of tho court aforesaid for that purpose, and any cred iter whir shall not have hisclaitiiorclainis ao probated ftiul h-gistered by th" Dt'i day of July, 1), shall bo forever barred so as the law directs. This tho tith day of April, IrW). J. E. CLAKK, Adaiiuwtrator. Anril 9. I'M). S-.r't D WKLLIXO JiOLJSli for 16ct AT 11ILOXI, MI89. I will rent my dwcl!iiig-liouso, furnish- cd, by th year. , The hotiso contains six tiioms, Willi all ueeessiiry uuiuuimio,,. I'hcre are oi aiige and other fruit trees on tho place bearing. I also otter tho saloon adjoining for rout. This property la e -gil'ily situated, within a few minute walk of tho beach and railroad depot. Ad dress, MU8. NELSO.n ULiv, Dliuxi, mi. April 0, 10. . 3-2ni JOB- jjl'BIMTlWCg " " 1 vi- f . "i 'fin J" iP L- K1 IS itfl OB1L13 AND LAKE COA8T KEGULAR WEEKLY PACKET. Siiaiuuer Arrangement. k i For Mobile, Hay m. 'm .lr....i ..... r-i.pt;,n tli. oxi. Kiidt i'usciiaoula uuu woss l oim tho now steamer, CSeorgia 3Itincy .1 f!. Wkavrk. Miistt-r; H. C. WlUOd, i'tniW Will liflV Magnolia lirirtiro. New IWm. nverV Sa tlirdll V. Ut, 0 A.m.. UIUI Lake End on arrival of tlie ::) a.m traiu. Keturning, lor.ves Mobilo even Tuesday, at 7 a.m., and lliloxi every cd u.1 v. at. II n.ln. 'i'i,'l,.,vn triim will bo rociilarly aiade, unles proveutod bv bud weather or low water. """i 420 Delord street. BHOCKETT .St. CAKTEIt. :W MairilJSluo street. iril (I ihho 3-3ni I offer tho well-known CITY HOTEL, in lliloxi, for rent. It is within a hull block of the depot. Also tho taior saloon attached will bo rented with tho hotel. All of tin? above property is iu good eon dition and will bo rented for one year or a longer time. Address, h MU3.C. u. worn, lliloxi, Miss, Ai.iilf). TPfsl. ' 3-lm HOTELS. lYorriit House, Near tho lopot, Miiitpt Vitij, Mi$$. This house is kept open the year rouud for the reception of poiiunnout or transient boarders. Good tare and comt'urtabl? louuis. C'luiK'' Vllljv " asouablu. J. L. NUiiKIb, propriutor. No. II, 1ST!)- . W- .J Private I5onniii.ii A f,-v ! !. r-. 1, u.m.ll.. Uli -r U a- I.,,-.,, 3 prix it, id .! ",I. ..u. Mi.. rin.i lir M:,r. it, 'i... 2i! -fin f, N-ri'il - :unlaiie itl: li r til l r... hl a:x. 7- ,M. .uomi.i:, r. c. r.unKixs, ruorniKTon. I'ut the nh ut t-C-7'J thu well tM Hotel, bavin hvru thoroazhlv retiovaUd. olT r to the trivtlni'' iulilir rst-eliis 41 einiii:ttion. aud tiMriir Ti-Ilftiee of t:n rnarjutevins to ai it .itrou pruitt. r,irtwi ami aatUfae- tutv attt iitivn to all their wautit. Utn have Iwn wo.Vr.ite.1 to ntt tbe df-Miani'.. of lit times. Katen for all roim aUivf t!i Tarlor floor TW O TO UlliKK lxd.lJIK.H 1 Kit KAY ifce. la. lrt.-js-tf Spenglcr House, The Only Hotel I p-Town, OPEN ALL NIGHT. (Opposite the Capitol Rooms renovated, repaired and fnrnUh d with n i-w furniture tl.ioutioiit. (imlt cau cuoune the Ameiu-au ur Lurom-au plan. Lr'Aone but nulite and attentir or- vanU tuiployed. 8ample Kooui fitted up especially for commercial men. t tYiK Hack from and to Sit trains, day and uilit. 1 erins. l per day. When you come to Jackson and want ninam nu-nl and cleau bed, stop al th SjK-ngler lions. CI I KIS. I1I.NCKLC, Manager. March 5, I". M-f Slontross House, BILUXI, Jllsa., 1. J. JontroM. Prop'r. This well-known and lopnlar resort opeu tlie year round fortr.iusirnt and per manent Biii-sts. It is tli lii'litluliy situ aled, direi-tly uu the beach, fmntinz the Celt' of Mexico, comuiuuding a tiuo view of the Guit ana the alaecnt "islandsr mid tho salt liri'i-iin coming from the sea impart new vior intothomisutlVriiiK from "bioi.xliial coniplaints," and ia peculiarly favorable for rheumatie complaints t ami, lu fact, is conceded to be ouo of the most healthy spot alouir the whole roast. It is Kituated eighty mile east nf New Or leans and sixty-one miles west of Mobile, on the New Orleans and Mobile railroad, one of the liuest roads in tho Southwest The hotel, iu it appointments, is first class, lar'-o, pleasant rooms and best of Ih-Is; table supplied with abundance of tlio choicest of Iood, nicely served. W have Ktvrral llu-conlitionul rouds, load in- tlirouch beiiiitii'iil nine couutn.-, and also to the ucantitul Hack liar1, allouling most pleusaut drive, for w hich we hav every i'acility. I'-.tlhlnn, hunting and linh- uij; of thn hurst kiml, and during the season it Is the houiu of count less uiiiu bets of sail and row boats, peopled with Hay and happy crowds w ho assemble here to spend the hot mouth of summer,' when pleasure grows more and more ftelight I'ul, and one never tires of the continual round nf pleasure! aud cnjoytneuf that hero present itself. For terms, ete., ndilfrM the proprietor. February (1, lKr. 4'.-kf MISCELLANEOUS. Dr.TUTT'S Expectorant I IN aaCTS. AMD SI BOTTLES. Ita prorerttoare Demulcent, Nntrt five Salaamlo, 8oothTnand jimvilnj. 'Combining aUtbeae qualities, it im th piost'efroutiTe LUNO BAT.SAM ever offered to auffurem from pulmonary d iseaecfl. DR. J. F. HAYWOOD, H Now York, toluBUrily tudonea it. -READ WHAT HE SAYSt- pr TU I T I New Yr t. Koyt, 19. 1WT. Ui ir Mr Diirtrur liilf rmt I f ai'd u m imndrej fnn.-Liof IuHk d WiUtiM. la tin. )- wra ol Ur etty Uie ei to of vry nvtm tri. It ttir myrUmino wiaoitlk'iltnTutt'tViptWttirant, ki ll 1 cwittmn ii jr turvTiw at ta wtmd r'ui owfjr. liutind m iri'ctic of twtit ytm, I days tiT. tntiwii ft mmliuiMti Ut 1M11 rrfnn.ily.ftad with mir.h Ht.f AfTitots. U intntlvanli Iii-mI tlie nmtt rioU'rjf lit a ot eunithint, aid inTnally owrod tli tttawe in th wU vya, 1 ctipnoiiindoiiwit aaUia bt latkg u.Uu. 1 JWunAYWOOD. M. P. A NEW3PAPER PUB. WRITE8. Othtft. 'tvtiins News, AtwnaU. pr TUTT: Hip-My lutla tun, tw atUrk4 ih pituiuoDii lot wintrf vM( h taft him witb viulent tntiRb, that lctr4 till ttnn n rnooth atn for bu cum at vrlilch I atn irtdoutnd toyrur vaiuabk Kri-t'r-vr-t. I bad trind ntoft wiw t'ing rcirn mtilil, out. noua did aitjr Kd until I mod gmr Rjh ptcl-r.iitt, nnn bUl of whtcil fomufd tha euugll ur. With ma tUav U rnig tyUj Had terrible NIGHT SWEATS. Mempfiia, T-b , II, 18fl. Dr. TUTT r Bir I hav? bean NunVruw fnrnoarlf lw Ffrtr wif Ii aruTir tntujli. V linn t tiommeiiara lav K.tifC ur Kipactoraut I warruduoiHl Utouv buudrwd ai d B''-itD itniiiidn in wvutit. 1 ltd tritl almoai atu,inf : iiwi twrinwhtairottta. ilao takna hl? dM u hnfi.t. Thnhibt nwaiU haro left tue tLtfctuwh baaiiaaipMArmi, nt I h ivouained tift a DsittiUlul!'Mli. 1 ruouiainonrf it te uii iny frieuda VitliffrtinlKt, ULiVKUUlvJii. IMPORTANT QUESTIONS. tt'ii'ltir, hflvg yon caught a coMT Am yam iTl t i Trf isi Ui iihh'gm T Ht yuu a IrriU koultTiiwIliroiitt A aeuw of oinirerwiou oa tliol ii uffa.'wHh ihort lireitilit Tu you hf.va tiCul coiurliiii' on 'yji( (Iohu f A aharp a,in noiv it -ui thtfiilu tlio n'Klua of thu Scatl, Khwo) tVJiWmiil bsu.kt If asu, oar Aivt' U ttik jU u.i- a Uow orfutt'w tevpwtofdit; Tw' jf P becltlw to raiwi tti plilcm in at; huuf tvpeftl t7.o iixpcotornnt, pi -ny n hot iron tu Uin fi)t,iwkii twont "Tutt'il'ilta," V mi will wjon fall into m pTtir.it ttop Mud wuk ii.i hi Um mommfr oougb 'oiieTTuuB wurkiiikf fni?iy ; cuwy breath ln, nnd Uh! Uiw-ila tiiofint; in uu-tturalniatiDar. To jTi-v. ,t & roturu ui tUm ympknn w tfa fiTJitt.Haiil Ativan! du bce,"35Murray Street, NTT. PSLLS ( l llK TOIIk-lU M VtiU. TUTT'S PILLS (i uu vsr:isiA. TUTT'G PILLS TUTT'S PILLS CUUK I'l Vfcll Awn A.Ufc. TUTT'S PILLS 1 1 iik mick he n.i uu. TUTT'S PILLS TUTT'S PILLS t.lVK AHPE I'ITk. TUTT'S PILLS 1MH(I V THK KLOOW. TUTT'S PILLS (Ihai- lUiit o Wftmifttiri eiiamrwl ta a ULOel Ilack t y aaiua-la aypluiUion of Una 1vr. lb im lart a NntUTttl (.lolor, att inrf-aitUrmmtttr, iu4 ia aa Mannixna aaatiHrttf vatMr, buli by lirutftftattt Of lent tkftiirana on trnvmyn. oint. OlficB, 35 Murray st it., Now York. April 18, 1879. 4-ly TAD rUINTiNCI dona at this offlca at JVI) loss than Now Orleans price. Manifests. A largo lot of Outward Foreign, lnwnrd Forei"!', Ooiwtit!"; nml t bhiiier'8 Mauitcstu for sale ut, tli I olilut', (.'huap lor tuo cusii. MISrwUI.VNEOU. WoolenMills ISayt. Loui, Tins., AW IS FULL OrEUATIOK, MAKISO .Iran. FlannrU, Shawls, Blankets, AND Other Woolen Goods. Would be pleased to bar aorchante la need ul the alo-e good compare them ia price and iiuality w ith thoeetnade further from hoiuo, and it found a kmmi, aud a little CHKAl'EK, I would be glad to favored with order. 1 hav prnenred the beat skilled tabor that eouLu It found, and u I have ntanf facilitir for nisunf.tctnring in this place. I intend to tnru mil HONEST GOODd, a CHEAP, IE NOT CD KATES, than hy cau be had North or East. A. A. Ulman. Sept. 13, 1679. STILL TO GRANGERS And THaBALAjtrmoT MANKIND ! f am still at UUAXGER8 LANDING, nmi UIVER. niHH., where may bo fouud every description of GOODS nminll-r kent Inastnre. at O ran ire rale and even lower for CA.SIt. I have paid and will pay, the highest market price lor Country 1'roUnce. Being thankful for pt patronage, solicit a continuance of the samo. TH03. Y. GRAYSON, Agent. Jnne l m. 18-ly IIif.ti inter; .Hit., WASH C. MYERS, Proprietor, General dealer in UROCEKIES, Hats Cain, C'lolliliiff, Boot nnd Klioea, Hardware, Notions, Crockery, Food, etc. In fact everything necessary to country trade. Highest rc paid for country produce in cash or in trade. It 'oof .Hade a Specialty. August t, 17'J. 19-ly F. W.1LLING, OCEAXSrRIKQS, MI8&1 TKAt.KK IK GENt'INE SINGEK SEWING MACHINES Machinu needles, Attachments,' Maehin Oil. Thread and Keady wound Bobbin, with Sea Island Cotton, whito aud blaek, and tho celebrated Sloan's Six-Wheel SEWING MACHINE CASTERS. Agent for tho LiuilTNiNU Cul'Vl.NO llisiM .FaEeandaud Lkiiitsinu Lkttbi lil.NDKRS, Et0 EtO. tV Sewing Machine sold on monthly instalment. Liberal diacouut .for casu, January 'A 1H80. 4-f.in jon. 11. snviJL, REL ESTTE jGEHJ. Person wishing to ell; rent or purehaao real estatt, will Slid it to their interest tn call, or eorroepoud with a, in referenoo t samo. I will give Special attention to busine before the United State Land Oflfiee Homestead Entrie, Final Homestead Proofs, purchase or locate with Cash, Serin or Warrant. Any and all kind of land busino solicited. . 1 Will furnish Map, field Not, at. Certified copie. from tho original tot leaa than ttfey tan be nae) eisewuer. f. U. ilUi. IV, rfacsoa, um Jan. 10. 10. 43-ly rrupoisala for the Improve me nt of rascagonla Rlrer, Miss. U. 8. Eic.hskf. Office i Moiuli, At., March 5, lc. ( SEALED PKOPOS klA for Droilifing a ; tho mouth of the Pascagoula River, Mia., will Im received at this office antil 13 m batnnlay, AprU 10. 10. Information and blank neoeary w bidder, cau bo had by application to thia Otllc. UAHUr-ilj, Captain of Engine. March 19, lQ. 59-31 H OlSE FOU KEJJT ' With Comfortable Room, 8itualel oil the Pascaaonla, river, sfao-. venicnt distauca south of raiload djipot. . Haiu-noiisu aim out-nousoe, cuuura,watr aiultVuit tr.en. For terms auiily to V DELMAS, Piaut, Mis. March 5, lWiO. 60-tf vsw4aMWanA I jod WK PIMNT. At lower ate than else, whcieiu.the Bouili, Cards, Letter anil Bill llnmls. Eu- J A'elope, Programmes, Post- nn.. Knnm. Hiimka. raninD- let, and every other class J of printing. Send yonr ? onlor. SatlKtactiMi given. T Democmt-fcir Job Job rrintin?. 111 lago, this much needed work.