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Pnscaaouia. Miss: ver tt.. i last 1 JL;n tS W f" I H"'" oren HTM! I ZZ. mt insert 11 l.M TS , . KlZ::; t 1 .mbe cUrjed for rr,mlr lcU i725"itwa mad to those who I ih. tear, lsiocaoi laurr zoous. notions. etc r'Tr-Il. .L.tiii i adTerteir.ota I 'wZn-rOMl)inra4nftyOiiU iflm-- . a.-.tv.fl fVnta furl k '"T'tT L-a mmutU mad L.mTS. - ir 7.7 . t,; bvi th nn- o"T. j -i..r,l amordlUKIT . til (WW " - , Kneelal NotlCCi IU letterf relating to tb. "-f .. ii. Drawer! tbonld to TtVn.att.-rs pertaining th !"-'naYT-lwa ahuU to .ddrea S. I lees. Faseaaouh. Mis. rd t .1 Coast Time-Table N. 0.& M. . -r., V,.v 88. WHO. pawantrr "-nrf.nartM follow, ruBninj by rLl-vill. time. whU-h t tweoty minute. (Mtrttbaa KwOrlen.timJ r.oiNO KAT. Ku. 4. leavlnit K.w Orleana al TflO . au, j ,. Loin. 9-.il a m i r ITJ. " ifi MuyiMiDDl CitT. 10:16; Bi- iii, io-ji; ucu r", i'"' 7;:,?.. MV.r.iT. (ir.ua Ik,, r . .?.! "i i ru. -Jj! RiIiimL i tiHB,7:K; "t tt(M; Oca l,rw?vr-",r JTTi" riiitOrud Dy,&5Ri Eart Pawagoala, in tan 0wa8ir.n, Tiviq L ;? Uar dt. Unit; ftlS; Kw Orleana, t:J0. I N. I, n-aving 7' rive. t Oland Uy . fctH Eart F.c(p.uui. -U.T St. l!o..i,:!Ot New Orieana, 10:00. !" . . , i a. 'Ml. 1 ki. n.n3fniiaMlvattMvcttiou, rttST Zrt & urout t Eaat PacgouU. ticket nay " . . 1 I tl.MIU.ll tit 1 wared and DanC'IT enecneu .....- .11 hp;, i,l no iii tm Kurth ana d jiviiif lumeieut notice lo bar tlivai for- unled from the city. J.K.HaXLKY,lll LOCAL . I AB AUBAPHS. March. , , t New moon. Graaa getting green. Spring vegetables in order. Lent began last Wednesday. See Wilkes & 0o.' spriug bd. -Doai-d o( supervisors meet next Monday. -Sl nf ilidlnnnent tax Iniida .ill take ulacA next Monday in front of tb? courthouM door. -Attention is called to the ad Vertiaement ol propoaala lor build lug the ubli wJjart at r-iacagoula. -Kev. J. P.bweer will preach i t Sera n ton academy Sunday nigbt tit theubUal bonr. All are Invited -Capt. Jas, Smith will soon have bia new tug readl to go to work He placed the machinery iu ber this week. Sunday school at Scranton academy meets at 3 o'clo'ik every SahVath afternoon. Tbe public are cohlially incited to attend. -there Is no doubt but many of the young orange trees have been killed by late cold weather. Some few old " trees have ' tlo been killed, but not to any great extent The old reliable hackman, Win Maaters, is always ready to convey passengers from 8;taiitou to tbe Seashore. Moss Point or anywhere else, in quick time and iu good order. ' A spirit of Improvement per fades our commuuity, aud almost very householder la making some improvements. This is a good iu flitation that onr town is ou the upward tendency. Tbia ia from the Yazoo City Utrald : "Prof, 0. F Emery is in charjt of a" large 'school at Pasca gonla. He i is a splendid teacher, ul we are alwa;s glad to hear, of nu success-l m : Cbaucery conrtj - urith Don wood, chbiicellor, will meet tt. !.- .i. ... vuo vunnnouae next nontiayi the ttfi. We. understand there la lull docket before tbe court. ou wUii a good shave, hair eor, or auything doue iu the ton- orial line, don't fail to call ou our rbr, Mr. Frits D. Becht, He i du your hair op straight or iu rur, t moderate price. Mardi-Gras waa celebrated In oortowny'ad the streets were full f maskers. The Pigrogroiuititiik Hot parade, as we. exacted, 0wing to the faut that a ball was I'i" lor tbe iiigbt. and they oi'flmed it, best tiot to bate a street Pg'ain Everything piwwd oil lasaotly, and without a single "win taanee. -apt. S. E. Tburapaon'a back drirer, Job a Montgomery, it ae com ntoda ting aud rrliable, and pas sengers wUliihg to go to Moa Point find hi John a back dri wort by to be frosted. A tiew advertisement o( the SI ok Point bakery will 1ms toaml ia tbU issue. Mr. J. L. Lamu baa .!., ..... s... . i.. i . bakeiy.bot vi ill carry on the luiaiiiMa. anil j.li..ita tl.m .u.l.IU " patreuage. Our Idy readers would do iu at Geo. VV. Wilkea & Co.' d Mamine their ew and select , M . T , ' ' pnrciiaaeu ill isew urieana mis ....I I.Uk !.- --.-.1.. iu. unlHsct ion to-atorrow. Mr. Oiie nulcbiiiRa, o( Ocean 8irinpa, baa sent ua aume M-ci- meoa of tbe fineat yeara of rant we bave aeen raiaed in thia aectiou. He ia a good fanner, and alwaya raiaea ttienty to uiiiiiv bla boine want. lie will accent tbanka for eomteaiea. Tbo citizena at tbe Seaabore are workiue rigoroualy to raiae money to build a good and anbatan- tiul wburf from tbe abore ont to deep water. Tbia ia aoinetbing badly needed, aud we boe they may be very aucceantul iu mittiugr tbe required amount. All public- npirited citizena ougbt to subscribe and beip build tbe wbart. The Mardi Gras ball given by tbe Fk't-oiiroiuituu society at Do iitiro iiiiwu anil it miitit iilKtiauiit ' aBulr. Tbe ball waacrowded witu tbe ligbt fautaatio moved to tbe tniiH of e nui8i0 til, n UU) hour. An abundance of refreali uieiita were served to tboue. prea . . 1 -1 . I. I . auu mere was enuuvu mm iu Tbe gentlemen wbo uian- Mirod the ball deserve credit for tbeadmirable arrangement in which every detail waa carried out We exceedingly regret to leiirn oi tbe calamity that befell Capt. Burton Ooode, wbo resides neur Moaa Point, yesterday morning. At about lmlfpant 2 o'clock a.m. ho waa aroused to find that bia dwelling was ou fire, and barely- bad time to escape, bearing bia sick wife iu bis anua. lie lost all bia furniture, bouaehoid efiecta and a arie number or Deid note oi land aurveya which hfl hud been accumulating tor years, and . Iiicb were very valuable. The fire wna mipl osed to be accidental. Cupt. Ooode bus a large family to anp port, and his wife being quite sick at thia time be is hardly able to bear the Ions which baa befallen him. He has the sympathy of the community, which we believe will be expressed in a suitable mauner. The an! nlace in Mom Point to buy fruab li'iiioim I at etewart'a. e doieu. Mom Point Items. BV liOCToE. Beautiful spring I . Look out. Mr. Editor, for urn a teur sluing poetry. Our clever justice, O. Randall, bad bis lunula tail awl his court room crowded last Satniday. Mist Ueitaie Borden, who has been viaitiug relatives in Eutiiw, Ala., returned home on Monday. We are slad to see our young rriend, Frank El r, o tbe streets again after a long aud severe spell of sickness. Mr. J. L Lumaa inlorms us that he has not wild bis bakery and business, at this place, as wi s pre viousiy stated iu these columns, but continues the same at 'be old stand. .' We had the pleasure on Tuesday of meetinir our esteemed .former townsman, Mr. ',J. W. Grifflii, from Kiitei-nr ae. Alias. Mr. uriinn is lookiiij; very well, and his up cop ii try life Seems to agree wuo him muchtu. Messrs. Dantxler nnd Evans are eatablixliini; a brick yard at Wash away Blutl, on Pascagmila river. about two milea aO've Mint foint Thev bave purchastMi a brick-mak ing machine, and exiect to turn out 20.000 bricKS ler way. flir, Evans ia our auuioniv lor mis, uH you see! : On Sunday our people) Were well entertained at the Methodist church by tbe misaiounries from China, Dr. Lambuth and wile. They showed us many lutereating amfcuiiona objects of woishlp nnd use among tbe Chinese, aud gate us a toll description of their cu him nnd wants. The Doctor anil his wife return to tbeir tar oft mi-. sionary labors with the liest wishes and prayers of their newly made friends at Mosa Point. Alston lot of freeh dt-tlRn, Inks, psperi He, just received at Stewart' dritg store, HoMfolutt . ,j m ' ' ' ManifestSi A hietrn lot of Outward Foreign, Inward wunl Koreitfl. UOUHtllli: utiu 81. Ipnei'e Manifests for sale at thia lee, cheap for he cash. thee, look oufit: FOR OUR NEW STOCK -OF- Springs, Summer GOODS, TO Aip TO-DJIY, AXD TO BE SOLD AT CLOSE FIGURES FOR THE CASH iy Tbe lanrest and most coin- 3 V plete atuwtnient of Ladies' jj T Fancy Uooda and Motions A ever brongbt to tbia mai keL j .W.Wilkes&Cq Ictaatoa, IUm., Hurk t, 1W1. liiloxl Items. BY DON JUAN. A stranger came to the residence of Mr. ira Clark last week, tbe isit was dot wholly unexiected, therefore preparations bad beeu made to receive tbe visiton Mr. Clark aud lady seemed highly pleased at the uthcutof the young geutleman. Fearitig to incur tbe displeasure of King ltex, many of our citizeus availed themselves ot the reduc tion tu fare on tbe tailroad, Slid are iu New Orleans paying homage t.i the King aud enjoying tbe fes tivities of Mardi Graa. Last Monday the services nf the Rev. Father Chevalier were called nt requisition to unite iu tbe holy bonds of matrimony Miss Marga ret Callavet to Mr. Heory Collier, of Dauphin Inland. May the sun of proHM'iity and bappiuess sbine iioii the happy pair turougn lite, s the wish or ye reporter. We have la-en shown a comic valentine received by one of our :itizeus, upon the back of which was written the most obscene and iiHiilt ins lanifiiace to tbe recipient of the same, and tbe valentine was sigaed, witb the name or aiiotber citizen. A person must have de- seskded kiw iu tbe scale of human ity wbo would villify another hv meanaor an uconymoiia commuui cation, and much more so one who would sign the name ot an inno cent naitv tosucb a communica tion. The party should be fere ted out and punished not only by the receiver of the missive, but by the person w hose uutne was signed thereto. (.ainesfllle Dots. BY BUSTIC. Pearl river is s'ill high, and logs continue to come in. Tha steamer Lolie passed down with ulKnt400 balea cotton. She left 2.10 bales at Walkia bluff. We want a good, solier shoe maker in onr town, or a sober, gooil shoe-maker would do. It is curioue how very disinter ested some ieople are about things until von lind out their object. Deliver me from one of yonreon- fidential one of those kind that tells you a whopper about some body,' and then tells yon not to say anything alaiut It. Last week, Eugenia, son of Mr. George Ganse, of West Pearl river, was buried here. He was drowned while at play with some other chil dren. Mr. Ganse anil wile have the sympathy ot many trieuda on this side. The measles has taken this town by storm. Ke serious cases, but mv stars, it makes otic so awrul sick. King's book says it first shows itself about the forehead or the edge of the hair some aaye It don't. In breaking ft block of logs In the river the other day several men were hurt. Mr. Jackson Wheat, ol Biecville, had his thigh broken 5 Mr. Rotten Femca was severely bruised, and two or three others received slight hurts. Mr. Wheat, in addition to tbe broken thigh, has taken the measles. Now is i'?,f-m?!dlle's time for drummers, V.7y Wt they cornel Cat-squall. Mr. Wise had a cat that could go up a tree, but did iiot know how to come down. One day that Thomas Cat went about twen te vuril nn a ol in- tree and I here remained several days aud niht. He ..onldu't come down. From the advantage of bia elevation his cat calls could be heard until they grew very monotonous so Mr. V. took his axe and cut the tree down. wliMtlire it waa tbe long fall or the t.ii.niitir mo siiddeu Is not recorded, but BHvhoW that Thomas Cat lost out of his lives. Het quiet call MUSIC I at SIC I w it&v Biawte rriiEPrtnt With th (-rprt -n?nrt Mimic l'erfoll, fltaUera. et, 1 0 1 A g unpp'J " Sua For Kal. eotiapqnroee of failing tealtb arr- Vatnl by tbe artlMua dulira incidrnt tu lb Buaititfuaof editar and Ituiiuna auuagi-r, I bare hh laUa la uBttm lull inierrat m tbe AU uffle fur wie. Tbe 8 ia bow ihi a amtad (oetiiic, baa baea rujojrinj( an annual alrliiui a rrxiL' of f AKOi haa eicbt hnndrrd tem fUU aubMribrn, ami vilbttnt ilieilatuu, iiae alHiat SUIO rtn gTleb work e aunam. Tbe office la rty eowiilte. bavinr Biaa-euluaa Wabiogt band pmw, a MouaOHratat iob-pnea. 65eara lii foata of Bewaattd adrrttiainK type, tea east i route or JiiV type, aee caae atauda and everything needed ia a ewuDlrt otfiee, moat of which i enmuarativrly aew. I am anthonaed tooaeraaali Interrat at tbe wteririeiug price uf ltJO. Noue eea apply aoleaa tbey caa anew Bp a good moral rerwrd, aud are willing to work, a the paper baa won IU reputation by aurvmiltiug labor u tbe part ol tUoee managing It. tor further particulars apply to J. J. HAYME. DueitHrM Manager. Maeon, Miiav. ajarch 4, 11. Fine Goods and Valuable Presents. Teaterday oTeuluc, while our well know and moat worthy secretary of Mate, ilr. W. A. Strong, wa on bia way home be entered tbe atore ot Meear. Shaw at Knglnud, No. 94 t'aual street, and par enaaed a package ol tlietr pnte tea, -ana waa aareeably aurpriaed by ifindinjr in it a valuable w aWh. Mr. Max Soreaehine, of rliiladelphia, who waa iu roinpany with Mr. Ktrmi ir. alao iueretnd one dollar in priie package of eotfee, atid was the for tunate winner of a beautiful chain, which he presented to tb aec-retarr. Frank Waylaud, lot) Sooth Kamparl street, a lit tle boy. waa aent for con.-e and aeleeten eaa with stem-winding watch ; Martin Leonard, engineer, 3Jrt White street, one of same kind ; Jacob Holt, butcher, Mies Mock. IU4 Kclirity street, each found Hue chronica, framed ; and ten persona fonud eta of silver plated knives, forka and spoons; M. Solomon, bokber, one tool cheat ooiitaininK twenty t tuola, and many others found valuable presents. Krmember D4 Canal street, where they eell tbe beet quality of te and eoHee which all of tbeir patrons pronounce tbe best ever purvbaaed ia Ibis wily. Tbeir goods will be aent to any addrnM upou nt eeipt of prtcti f 1 per can. Adilrena DliAW St r.N01.fNt, No. 94 Canal street and biM Jagaiiue street, New Orleans, La. Go to Stewart's for tbe besi cigars and tobacco. " ' fteasliore District Second Mound Ocean 8princ. t ck-ran ton,. . .March 1S-13 Maudaboro, at Haiidnooro. . . . M arv-u West Paar;oula, at Mt.flaiiaHt, Apr. a-10 (Sunday, at 11 am., aieuiorial of bister iurv Roberta.) Whittinatoli. at White Plains. .April 83-94 Pearlinajtou, at Pearllugtoo...... May 7-M liiloxl, at Utloat., ,..tay u-ia East Pascaaoula, at Zion May Moss Point, at Moe Point. . - May i District Conference at Jfoas Point, May 27, US and Ws tspeet to have two sermon each day at the district conference u at a.uu one at 7:M p.m. Tbe coufrrenoe will meet at 9 a.uu adjourn for 11 a.m service, sud hold au afleruooa seasiou. T.E.MT,P.E. THE FINEST ASSORTMENT t Latitat', MlamV au4 Childrrii i FINE SHOES, SLIPPERS TlkH, SAN'DAL1, tIA I, morals, etc., Suitable for spring and Summer1 A ad at usin cti) firlw, st GEO. W, WILKES A CO'S lie sure to call at Stewart' and exam ine his stock of fancy soap and perfu mrry. It will pay you to do It. MISCELLANEOUS. The Charter of Incorporation ot the Pawagould Public Wharf Company. See. 1. Uuder the provisions nf aa Act entitled an Act iu relation te corporations and other Bmoc-iations, adopted by the IcL'inlntnre of the State of Mimiiwiipiii, at its biennial semion in IHrtl, Urorjm W l airert. W. 8. Dodson, B. r . Undscy. tbaa. lloster aud S. B. Hull, suit tbeir aanoctutea, ticccsmirs and aHsmns. be and they are hnrliv made and constituted a tXKly oolitic and corporate by the name of The rascairnuiarMiino vnn company. ami bv that name to sue and be sued ulcad and lie iniiilcnded iu any court of this State, to have a eomnion seal, an the same to break, alter or rereW at plea sure aud said Company It aereoy au tlmrized and empowered to enct, con struct and build H Wharf from the shore uf the bay of PaRcagoul extending to the channel of said bay. " - Sec. a. The capital stock or td Com aanv shall be rilH-en tiillMrea ifujiara, With the privilege oi incr.asiug lue same to Five TboiiMiiid Dollar aiai to lie cli- vidutl lllto Share nf twcnt-tlve dollars each. Which shall lie deemed personal prop -rtv, and be trMusicrrcd in suca man ner a Mi by-laws of said Coinpuny nay direct. . Hit). 3. Subscriptions to said stock shall be paid in snch sums and at such times aa tb director ol said Company may re- Sec. 4 The lmint(lltconiroi aim uirec turn of the allium of suid cohirthhy Shall be vested in such nmnlier ot persons owb ing stock in said Company a the stock bolder of the same sbull deenl expedient, aud tbe election of the same, Mud of tb subordinate officers of the Company, to gather witb tbe Mxingof the salaries and compensation of said officers, shull be overued b the by-laws, rule and regn utious Which said Cinithy May from time to time onlain and establish for tbe government of said Company, which aaid by-laws, rules Sud reglilittions of said Cortpatiy shall hav full power nd an tbority to make, aot inmnisisteirt with the laws of thia State and the United States. See. 6. That It shall be lawful for said Company, from time to time, to tine, regit lite, Chruge aud receive reasonable toils aud wharfage, npoa all goods, wares and ia nf whatever kind in charac ter, which may be lauded upon th wharf ot said Company trom any snip, venee. or water craft, and ion all goods, ware aud merchandise uf whatever Mad or character wbiuh may be sliipped from ox laden ou board any siwb vessel from said whrf and tn churire tolls and wharfage niHHi all ships. v.w)l. and otlw-r water cralt wbieb mv Uy sl.wgnide and b U tar bed, fastened M moorwt to Sttid wharf. Feb. ito. 111, w JOB PRINTLNO don at this ofllc at lima then New Orleans priS Interect in the 31 neon MISCELLAKEOL'3. m1 Day St. Lttta, Hit., SOW IS FULL OPE RATIOS MAKtSQ CaeeiiBcrct Jnsne, i'lanacls, Shawls, Olatikrla, Other Woolen Goods. Wonli! he pleaaed to h ve merchants ia erd ot tbe above food, nmpare them ia nee aim quality with tboae made fnrtbei nnu home, ami it found aa eood. and li tis CHEAPER, 1 would be glad to bo ravot-rn wiin onier. 1 have pkorurrd the bet skilled lalxir that could be found, and as I have mail facilities for maunfacturinK In this place. I intend to tnrn ont HONEST GOODS, as CHEAP, IF NOT CHEAPER, tbaa they can tie n l Buna or bast. A. A. Ulman. Kept. 44. W3. Vlr STILL LIVING i T J GRANOERO And thk balakck or I am still at GRAXGER8 LANDING, niLOXl HIVEH. m.. wher muy bo found every description of GOODS usually kept in s store, at Orange rates aud even lower for CASH. 1 have paid and will pay, the hiirhent market price tor Country Produce. Being thankful for past natronaas, solicit eontiuuauce of tbe sam. THOS. W. GRAYSON, Ageut. Jnne 13, 1SP0. lily H Helta . BiUxi Hivrr, .Tfiss WASH C MYERS, Proprietor, Oesersl flealer in ' i GBOCEUIES, Hats, Caps, Clothing, Boots and Khon, Hardware, Notions, Crockery, Feed, ete. In fact fverything necesearv tn conn try trade. HiKliest price paid for country ptiKluce in ciikIi or lit trti.ld. ,ndt SpeeimUy. AnKnst 1, w. 19-ly EARL ItlVKlt, Fmm Lookout Stntion on tbe N. O. and M. Railroad, fur Pearlington, Logtown and Gainesville!, the fast propellurj ydS5V3 If. V. Wnrmntli. K. S. BOA RDM AN, Master. Mskes daily trip to Pearlington, and extends liips to Logtown slid Gainesville, Tneadavs, Thtirsilayaand Saturdays. Connects with the ciiant accommodation train, morning and evening, and also with the cant bound trsin from New Orleans daily. Feb.aS. mi. 19 tf Diamolntion Notice. From this day, February 1. Wt, EMILE DkSMET, liiuidaUir of tbe Him of BKRC1EK & DkSMET, in liquidation, will continue in his own name, at Moe Point, Miss., the saw mill and lumber business generally, asunming all indebted seat ol suid late timi. BERCIER A DlSMET, In liq. Fsb.,, 1881. , , -I" Plycaoulh Zlochf I The rivmouUi Bock is th fowl for th Soath, lie'ing haulier, mature earlier, and tu Met layers than ny other breed. No fovls or chick for sle. Egg for now nt l per sitting ot 13. Sale rrivl 't'r.'cOCKKILL.Jr:. Nashville, lean. Feb. 4. I1. -" EXCELSIOR HOUSE On Psscagoula River, MR.UTTOX, .WIS. 1 have Inst moved Into tbe ExcfcLsiolt u...m rvir. Kllisnn nlaee). on fanes- gonla river, witliiu live minutes walk of tbe depot, anil atu now prepared to accom modate boarders uy uie ouy, n ... month, at tbe most rensrtnable rah-s; - , n r, 1. A 11.1 It It . Feb. 4, ISHl. 4fl-tf MOBILE. E. T. COWART k BR0 CommisslCrt Kerchanta For th sale ot WESTEIIN and COUNTKY PRODUCE, No. 38 and 40 North Water Street, MOBILE, ALA. tutor to Dnnn's Commercial Agency and sll Banks aud Bankers of Mobile. January 7, lel. . 9- -on Jcha Gcrst. Ajcst, UATHERaRdU:FJ""SS - Mnnnfuoturer of " ' GAITER AND SHOE UPPERS, Best of Western Sol Leather. 41.... Btor Sooth Royal Street...... 4 MOBILE, ALA. ' Dee. 3, tm. , , 37-3m MOBILE. The Sincer The renniur Sinrer Machioei kite wnnttd ger Maunfactnring Company. The tact thai tbo only SrWing Macniao aaatrapainas mea bbto evw "".f " imitat is tbe Singer, i sufficient svidene e. its eaperiority over all others. There is no longer any exense for buying any of the eheap machine hawked about tbo country, with no claim for netronaire bat their rheapaeen. DEAL OXLr WITH IBIS VOXFJlii ITS A VIBOSlZCu AQ&3IB. THE SI50ER MFG CO Mobile, Ala. Not. Iff. KJ0. McAULEY, HUNT & CO., AGENTS FOB AND DEALERS IS Sawg SeUtiig Oils rackiug, and all other 91III StippHet. 158 Dacphin Street, MOBILE, ALA. January 7. l-Jt. J. HIRKBSWK. M. f. KIMKBRWK. IMA w. ruMTB M IRA W. PORTER & CO., DEALERS IN Hardware, Doors, Sash Blinds, Agents for B. F. Avery aV Sous' l'bws aud Implement, Kentucky Cia MHUt Ihirt'i Vlatform and Grocery Scale, Qaltanuei Barbed Fenct Wire, Uubber Mtig. Crou Cut aie, AiehoUon's and Diton's mill rile, No. January 7. 1HM. Zadek & Co., .VvsVtle, effaiM Fine Jewelry, sterling Silrerware, Diamond I Gold, Silver, and Nickel STEU-WIKDIKG WATCHES, SILVER PLATED WARE Of tb bent quality. TABLE CUTLERY of superior finality. French and American CLOCKS ! also MA RINE CLOCKS for Steamboat and Sailing Vrseel. OPERA ULAKSES. Spectacle tad Eye OloMies a siiecisltv. CHRONOMETERS cleaned, repaired and rated hv transit. HAIR WORK, and all now work in Sil verware, Jnwelry, Badges tor Socie ties, and Mi-dals, promptly executed at New York prices, and Designs fnr- nlnnefl when required. DIAMoN t)S RESET in sll dcairahl styles. Orders from the interior respectfully so licited and promptly flllrd. Watches and Jewilry carefully repaired and warranted. Prompt attention paid to tb lepairing of all kinds of Clocks. Dec. 10, 1HK. aS-Hm LILZIeEIXTlTET Manufacturer of Saddles. Harness. Btc., 0 Dauphin Street, MOBILE, ALA. Dee. 10, IS. 3W-3m .jonri n. pippdh, ttfc-Ba.... .Dauphin Street mi FINE JEWELRY, Comprising CHAINS, BRACELETS, RINGS, BETS, LACK r"l. BtJAItl ri . AND KINGS, ETC., In Rohian, Etruscan and Enamel, DIAMOND, Stone Cameo and Coral tioods GOLD AND SILVER WALTHAM. ELGIN AND SPRINGFIELD STEM-WINDING WATOHBS! IVrreganx, Montandnn and Hotldel Watches, Stirling Silverware t French nnd Americaii Clocks; Uold Head Canes; Gold Silver and Rubber Spectacle and Ey-Glsse ; Sil ver Plated Ware, Table Cut ierjr, Etc., Etc., Etc Watches and Jewelry repaired by ' pcricuced workmen. Conutry order so. lieited and promptly tilled, Good aent o aster Hon when desired. January 7, Wi. 42-Cm (Sncceuni to tb laUt U. Benin jou.) LV. W. Cor. CousepMoa and Coat! at. MOBILE, LA The largest asaortmeat of Metallic Caaet & Carets.' Also. iUHOUA.NV. sud all klud oi! Woop Coffiss, and every thing oouuei't I I with anratliHwestaUiudimrnt. Order roid aud attended to St a) I liMUM. Night-bell atofllo,abwve,ni. ..t. . l.l .... .AH n....,l,lu LA...JH,,, 'l t BIHVlH.rH iU . .ill l.HJ-l!!., WI "j rVarren ami Dearbwra treet., I .Inns MM. 14-lvf 1. f Still Triumphnnt ! G aei Sinner Machines Wert Sold Dflrlng the Yf 1879, Donble that r all the Other Comhlned. on V of the Arm th words: The'Sia . 19 North Water Street, MOBILE, ALA. 4ty McDonald, March & Co., 5gv MONUMENT8, TOMBS, GRA VE STONES. AND AIAN1LE8, In Marble or Oranite, Is Stock or Cuecuted to Order. PAVING and CURBING promptly at tended to. OUR WORK'S ALL WARRANTED, wa wiu. COMPETE IN PPTPFe WORK. MANSHIPwithllUvftOSiiy Marbl or ton Works in tb United State. ; Parties desiring work in our lin : ; will confer a favor on ns by calling : ; and examining our large stock uf flu- ; ; lulled work, and looking over th : ; many elegaut designs ill our oOic. ; : IFPsilies at s distsnce? from Mo- : : bils will, upon application, be fnr t ; Dished with.tliagrams and pric list ; ; by mail. ltlcDonald,lTIarh Sc. Co., ! ROYAL STBEIT. Bet. fit. Louis sud St. Anthony streets, MOBILE, ALA. October 8, 1&. S0-lr DAIVIELL' hi Mm lmi, AND Santa Clans' Headquarters I'M Dauphin street, MOBILE, ALA. Toys of very description, snek aa Molls, Baskets, Velncipedea, Goat Wagooa, A'ul keys, Doll Carnage, Wheelbarrows, and in short everything ia the Toy and Fancy Goods line, Onr 5 10 C:nt Counter On which may be found th greatest as sortment and bargains over ottered. Framb DerASiMtxt. Picture Frame aud Window Cornice, etc., ete. Country order solicited aud satisfactory prices guaranteed. JA8. W. DANIELL. December 10. 1W0. S8-nl fifa Gull CltyOftter Xl7 Depot. B, P. ARDOYNO, Wholesale aud retail dealer in t -w at rtc ma mm. mm . At wharf, foot of St. Francl St., P.O. Box 354, MOBILE. ALA. Oysters In barrels and ess hermetically sealed. Country oruera proHiptly atleuded to. Dec. 10, 1SW. ' soticttcsl aud s8-6m riobilo Hair Ctoro, MrtkE. OUINN, Proprtetrs, No. 113 Dauphin street, MOBILE, ALA. Keep on hand'and makes to order, of human hair, CHIGSOSS, CURLS, CRJMPS, Switches, Cnrled Hair Net, Coronets, Braids aud Curl. Ladies can, by ving their combings, have tbem made into braids at very low rate, j Dee. 3, lHMU. 374m cp.3. tsnt CAU-nzrA Millinery, And Fancy Oootls. No. 43 Danphin street, MOBILE, ALA. - Also Dr. Waraer'a health. Corset for sale. Country order promptly attcniied J. im. ' 37-tm When yoa gi to M..WW. mIUhT C r Dey6.loo. No, S-Mltb Ru! H"l; u.r roo can ad the best bramls ot wines, liquors and hot Toe and Jerry, Irish and dcoteh whiskey punch In the oi v. Be sure and call tu see Turn. fe. 10, j:h" AND MANUFACTURERS 4 , r' T .